Orange County reporter

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Title:
Orange County reporter
Uniform Title:
Orange County reporter (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Reporter
Physical Description:
v. : ; 73 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
s.n.
Place of Publication:
Orlando, Orange County, Fla
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Florida -- Orange County   ( fast )
Florida -- Orlando   ( fast )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1878.
General Note:
Editor: Mahlon Gore, <1884-1892>.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 13002171
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ORLANDO, ORANGE COUNTY, FLA.. APRIL 10, 1890.


PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,

Office In IIudnall's Block,


Orange Avenue


.. Orlando. Fla.


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W. W. TOWNSEND, b. D. S.,
Graduate of the Pennsylvania College of
Dental Surgery.
OFFICg IN DOLLINS BLOCK,
PINE STREET ...... ORLANDO, FLA.
Gas adminliered.

LAW CARDS.
EO. R. NEWELL, Attorney at Law. and
1T Maswr in Chancery 1.,r Orange utiunty.
Orlaado. Fla. f.'s i
E jNAR[I D BRUoVNE.ALtiorney auni i'uiii-
selloral Law. Office. Empire Blutk Or.-
lando, I Ia. yS-I
ERCY JACKSON. ALtorney and ,otinasel.r
at law. Menibt-r of the New York bar. if-
flere In the Roblibon Building. Pine street. i.r-
lando. Florida. tmbl0
J HUGH MURPHY, Attorney al Law,
y465 Orlando. Fla.
(11115j,1"'" A 1pm 91itS.AMjnley at Law,,
S. ~- J --"'4S Orlanda. 'lortda.

iJ. V. Bioes, dtateal Atly. W L. PAIMER.
n, "EOG8 S PALMER, Attorneys at Law, Or
;. .J lando, Florida. Office In Armory build-
.n ; tng. eaat room on second floor. 41b
RIT ANNO. Attorney at Law. Office. Or-
VV. lando Loan Exchange. WIll ptaretli.e
Sealy In bthe Orange ('irt u. Court. State supreme
Court and the United taHtes Courts. Prompt
attention given to Collections. Examin.tiun
.. of Land TItles a apeuialty. Loans o) money
neglotlated.
P. SHEPHERD, ieptity County Sunreyor.
S. Altamonlte. Fia. Landa legally aurvPsed
Sand subdivided. laps made. Leveling, ditch-
.k.. ing. &c.. attended to. 476t

ARTHUR C. ALDRICH,

Architect and Surveyor
Brnwn Block. Cor. Orange and Cenlral Avea
ORLANDO. FLA. *
iowu Plats. Map, and other drawings ma.e
-.r Photollthographlng.
Any Plat or Subdivision cord In the
,unty ('lerk's Offli.e. if sen. me, will hi-
r'.mptlt espied to the Pal Bio k a.nd returned
A a reLsanhae hbarRe vtl,'

IROBTA. MILLS,


Notary Public,
CHIULUOTA. Orange Co .


FLORIDA.


Taxea paid for non reslIdena. Conveyancing
a- 'eeialiy. Titles examined-abtratirs fur.
n lihed '.'ltf


SAM'L C HODGMAN.

Surveyor aud ('ivil Engineer,
Memberof Mich.Am'n urveyor A &Eng'rs.

HAINES CITY,
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Careful and correct work guaranteed. 31



DeBary Line,

ST. JOHNS RIVER

Steamers.
LEAVING JACKSONVILLE DAILY, SAT-
URDAYS excepted, at a:90 p. m., making
close Oonneotlona for ALL point. In South
Florida: Tucoi. St. Agustine, Palaiska, and
on "a. So. Railwa-y: yto-a. Ornmond
plalUlx River point; Wela, k.Georgetown,

q ^ all points on So. Fla. R. R.; Eniterprle.
ivllle, Rockledge, and points on the Indlan
r; Key Wealt and Havana
.so. .S0p.s.. Jacksonville. Ar. 12 W0m d'lt
00 ToCi'i. Lv. 4 4' i p m
900 Palaka t "
980 .. 8an M.tt-u I \
11.00" Wehl ka w,10
12.00 inmd't .Georgetown 4 i '
S'30a m. Aster "'
446 De.Landri Lauding ' lIirnoon,
5.30 BlueeSprings. "112 a m.
9.80 .Enterprise.
AT. .00 ..Sainford.. 9 u0
GaO rariL. Ceas. I. MUCGOAN.
Oen'l Manager. cn'ol Pass Ag't.
P. HOLLAND, S F. & P Ag't. N YV.
Office and hbarf lotl tof Laura Strert Jack-
sonville. 57i


Connoisseuers and judges of fine
whisky the world over endorse Paul
Jones Old Rye.
For sale by Cooper S, salmonn and A F WilI
llams I tI o y610




Soliuth Florida R. R.
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In Effect March 1, 1890.
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TRAINS LEAVE ORLANDO AS FOLLOWS:
NORTH BOLIND.
6.3 QH n m ,eeep p uniday, ror-Sanford & Jack
,J l vllle, coun.i:tting withb 1 -0 p m.
tralu on F. & W. for Norther p-int,s Ti,.-
da.8. Thursday and] iaturivy$ eo)uneceis ith
People's Line Steamers [or .If'ksor lle
1 a 'cept Sunda) i lor Sanfcrd and
116 0i. i JarKS il, (okineln[ i wslli
S. F e ve. evening Irain, lir all points.
.uuen n m ecept Sunday, fr ,anford. arriv-
.UU ii, mtng Lat anfiord 4 i-'. p im.
11 Jfln ,n m Faat MailI Diol ft,r Sanf,,rd
IluA U IJill and larks..n,tille. rotnnectilug
wlhI 7.uu a. in. Rain on F. & %W for all
point: has Pullman SleppliugTiTar for Newuo'k.
nOI.ITH BOUND.
ffinn (eee,, Sdayl accomn.o.iatlou
I. alllu efor kii imee und Intertu-dile
points.
10 m except undan tor Ban.rt TA-,pa
.IO ,itlsi and in r ,la Tpln n nus.
dais wIlt Steamer nor Mobile.
S45 pM exceptt Sunday i arv,'omm..idiatlti lOr
>,tU 1 a KtisimLnre atid ilntrmediate
poluts.
C. l')n i dailyl) fr Tampa. on Molitindays.
UiJd llli 'Thursda, a and iatur.layBlhiltrain
couti, b t lih *teamer, fnr Key iest and
Havana at Purn 1amps.
t' r ill inl .nrl..rm cell On or addri s
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Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West

Syt.c-'t ixl.


From ORLANDO and all points on
The SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD
ro JACKSONVILLE.
SAVANNAH.
RI.HMOND,
WASHINGTON.
BAL'TIMORE.
PHILADELPHIA
AND NEW YORK
Without Change of Cars
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Only One Change to
MACON, ATLANTA, ALiit;USTA. MONT
GUMERY, NASHVILLE. CINCIN-
NATI AND ST LOUIS.
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unly 5f hours
-BETWEEN-

Orlando and Jacksonville.


Equipment and Scrvicc Uneiclleid.


PIANOS TUNED.
S p
SPlanos tuned and t't In first cls. order
By the year at reduced prices.
All orders promptly attended to. In or out j (he city. and satl'farflon -uarant d. It
Is better to.have yourt tuning done by some re'able house, than navirn y..'ir -r'leon ruined
by aoms so-eallgd travelIng tuncr, who Is hele to-day and an'l hbe found nest week
Address all orders to
42 J. H. MOONEY. Orlando, Fla.




H. H. BERRY,

COR. MAIN AND CHURCH STREETS,

Orlando, Fla.
Ra, Just r.rel -i.i a lot or NE.W Bil111IES and Fl.%RNE-, U, Hlh Al..t.. I ru
,a lot I i-D F.ARM t\ .1(.i. ( 1it ,-i t rn. t e rlnal. n I and ill -.0.- \'', A .lti ,,i --1RI\.
SA'A ON.-. all .iI wht lh I propr..e to a-Il at a loto. neurc e ih.:i. o 1'" t..? r. ..t,,
Also d'-as aIl Linda of Blackbmiihlng aind H-rse n ,. -. in a ,tl , l ,ii .u.ir.iu .. .1 11
every ,I'e
SOLE AGENT FOR THE COLUMBUS BUGGY COMPANY.

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SINCLAIR'S LAND ArENCY,




CORNER OPPOSITE M.hA.NOI.IA AND CH ART FST'ION hIl]FI.LS





Orlando, Orange Co., Fla.
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If y u wanit an tlaa)R vNkl r ve ffromn 2'0 to $2.ttw iu value


If yfnIi ant No I lIhGi PINe I.Abii. in heuthby morality. Cr.
up 'u i[ tocatin aud c( iveniPr. of utLranpo'aritl.in. in any qiqua


If ou want-im-Fs' or SE(c OiD QUAI ITY H AMMisa[ L.Kte


It you wantll BEATIFUL .LAKa FRONTS;


If y)li waitt [OTzi SirTE or MIKuaRAL SPRINGS;


If you want Saw MILLS.


If you want 'T,:N LOTi:


If you dsilre VAI ALE INFOSrMATh.iuN as IftI-':' *11.i iMATE r
DA or ExapKiNa or L'LiASlsm LAND, I'rl-iF oUt T A-!.%. tu F'jA
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If '.isl',blrf tie uLne-' :'tI m id n .as "'I rel.l-. n ," .f i.-..r.l.- i
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IUi v wish for a Dl-Pripntifrn n ir Ilr ith Pri.-a .1,-r,.. .i .-


Royal Palm Nurseries.

Sondi fur our CLatalogue Oft everything ail-
al-ic ,r Floh rl ih i iiiLn t hi:h.r


FRUITS, FLOWERS,

TREES 01 SHRUBBERY.
i cau Clpply i. ri" thern ini

NORTH or EXTREME SOUTH FLORIDA,
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'. S. L'ENGLE & CO.,
Jacksonville, Fla.


CROCKERYM AND LASSWARE,
Holise Furtlishliug,

Lamps, Oil a Vapor Stoves,
GATE CITY FILTERS.,
i uh.,iit, t.',,. s 'nIi'n 01 flr n .tcbom of
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OrfqdffSl010 Works.

A. BARBER & CO.
%%ill furnul-i ano ltirug re"qitredl In the line af

Artificial Stone.
C( INC: E 'E V I.K .
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FLIiWER VA':-E,
BI'll [,ING "-1TINE,
('U I' B- I)N ES.
lIi.HNT.,IN BASINS,
WI\VlNrW ('AP",
HOiLUSE PIERC,
. n ri any cri cr ,p --r ta r ,.:rl. \\r e &:.'j m ake
7",:MB-IIIN EP
a hi t ;'-,i a> f ,r 'a n' ,: ihtyi..' J I 1 i-r.--t re-i i
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Faclory near the Gas Works,
6m-'t.,- R ,LANIi)t, FLA.


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Professor HENRY OLIN, M. D.,
it tI -,.A. i I-. L .,:. AT il.
In Orlaindo, Pla .Ira sit Genial Climate
AN[-. r-"I 1HF I Nmr f'P TRFATiN'.
All DIh aZ.:, ol ithe [) a, I Nre, Ihihal., dhce dnd Head.
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Int-ri-i Ey- La-hes.
t-i. n-uyli..ma.
ill. .ym a,
rir PitrcLIIONs OF sOt'TH FLOMtl rnr.idiir ni.i-l.
ii fb *s; ,thI| rauIn -jl their Cornea,
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If yoh dfsrerelial-le nfcrmaution s-i auy p -i,, ,:.l ini-rr.-'Lt l t i-l',r .]I rtiu I.', s.- ,i j
Flhiida. ap-.]y tu


People in delicate health and wish-
tug a wholesome stimulant are ad-
vised to use Paul Jones Old Rye


Whisky It is recommended by the
highest medical authority in the
IUnited States..,,
SINCLAIR'S LAND AGENCY'. i-u.,..'d S..-I '..O-tates-. . A I '
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First Natioal Bak i Otrlanl
-TENDERS ITS SERVICES TO THE PEOPLE IN-

ALL LEGITIMATE BANKING BUSINESS.

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JOS. H. DURKEE, Receive

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NE%% BtOOKS BEING, ADDED ALLTHE TIME.
etoiinl-hand t,),bkr- bought ant m.ild.


TIHE BOYS OF CONGRESS.

THE PAGES AT THE (CAT'ITdL AND
WHAT THI'EY HAVE TO DO.

PrecociouA s Otlhas IWho Know a Great
Deal About Pointles-bheir Pay and Their
Perquloiies-"TIpping" In Large Figures.
PagRs \t'1 Have Risel.
The- ,.tigs 'oif i;he senate and house are
a SU'rt oit understudy to the statesmen
Each lia. crine ,-naitor or member whom
lie aduiiirea and imitates, and it is not be-
yond the range of his ambition that he
may sum", day ,-ccupy na eat in congress
hin-aI:lf Thi-y Irive a sort of fellow
feeling for SLnat,'r Ghrmau and other
stiatIn,en i% ho hate risen from a seat on
the st-pf', by tilhe ie prasihlent's desk to
a chair .t th. li:- Iat-ltt'.e body. All tIhe
pages -re' ,t,.ten-.m-n in i their way, and
are up in.politi's Tlhe-ir fate is depend-
ent upon the ilfare of their members,
and tlhey rise and fall itleh their party.
In a R puil.'lican senate the boys are all
Rltepul.carit., and in thIe house they come
and go as the mujuritie-s sllifLt.
The senate Ip i.-t' have a more secure
ternire auil huld tIr'iselveseto -er-of e-
little more importaiuce x1ian the boys
who uait on the representatives. But
the latter profess contempt fora class of
young mnd;viduals lito don't take the
chance. of politics at evpry election, and
pride tliemnelves upornr their own close
alliance to their par'ys vicissitudes.
They look upon the kiee breeched at-
taches, of the Cenate as< fogies without
knowledge of twire p ing. They are
them-elves tau failt on matters politi-
ca I
They arelte I"legs"of ie congressmen,
hut tlIel have Irads o their own that
are ciosdi-d wtith sch aS to their fuJll
capacity. Tlu-y are no usually well up
in book Ie-.rimiin. but re well up on
affairs of stat- They .iter public life
at t le mature age of TO r II years, upon
a salary oI $'*2.50 ada and such per-
quisitesa. fall into tl r hands, and. if
Stlhei political t'ortunes good, remain
in service until they ar o longer boys.
Timen they go out into e world to be-
come politicians, dr era, railroad
presidents or congress a. or else take a
downward turn Thej[ ually enter the
field of pohuius.ias they\ B familiar with
all it-. branches TMeyi fully equipped
for the po-it on of sen or representa-
tive, but lelicientin a t all other 'use-
ful knowlh'te le
The average page of'| or 15 years old
r'ounts in his wardrobe beaver hat. a
'air of Liite breeches a cigar case. a
Lord Liulmooey over; arid a hlorn
handledJ cane Many these have a
brilliant career during ir tender years
aniJ hiive g,,ne thIrou ,all excesses of
nature mnanhios.i bef they are old
eliuluit to vute at an vell regulated
eleut'LInm "
On tle house side -nre are thirty
[ir..es. lifteei who sit o8 right of the
eptaiter to v'-ait on ihe mocrats and
tilteien on ithe other aide respond to the
call of the Republicans.; ey are under
the cominuand of itwo - pages, who
nave been protnoted fr gbe ranks, and
a one armed captain-, is chief in
collmand.
The chief page of : e ate side is
almost as old as the Itself and is
cusitodian of the anu and all the
antiquities and rpmi of that
body. while tlie-jagei -beo are under
command of Cape; a..jar aftW y
very ermll "'*iSJi;-.l.- -_-- ..
When a s'-nator claps his hands half a
do ,ini snall Ieo,.^u-hi oit fIrom diffir. ntnL
dir-cti-,i-s. coming LO ulltui i in tilie
center aisle, at,- If- I,"one v to f-ustain,
the shock and p|ik liihellf up quickesl
tJOlls the secrel couIilci,_LC wit h tlehes.-n
ator and then with a p'nipons air start.,
od on a private miasiju-to thIe document
room for a bill or to the library for a

It takes almost as much political in
lu-,nre to) be a senate page In congress
as to uget a foreign mission The usual
age is from Iu to 15. and very few remain
alter tlny nare 18
S..tie -of the ir, after outgrowing th-ir
p.ritLuns., ituvev done wAell in il- t vworl.I
but many have aequir'ed dissipated ial.-
its wliicli have tenied their career dia.
triulvy at ani early age. Familiar con-
sIticuouo examples of success are thoie
of benal.t:r Gorman, ex-Representative
Scott. of Erie, and the late Representa-
tive Towsnshend, of IlIlino.is, who became
eminent in public life Others have been
quite as successful in business. or protesa
sional life. thoughli not as well known.
Pages u-ually make considerable money
and make it easily, and they spend it
with freedom Besides their salaries
they ruin a good many honest dollars.
They complain in these days that they
have not the opportunities they used to
have for making extra money. Rich
and liberal member, often pay them
large sums for small services. In the
house each page has to file the records
tor ten members.
This is part of the duty for which they
are paid by the government, but each
member, at the end of 9he session, usual
ly gives the page who tends to liis 61,.
from $5 to $10. If a member sends a
page off to buy a theatre ticket or make
sotne small purchase he often gives hbit
a $5 or $11) bill and lets him keep the
change of the transaction. Some of the
rich representatives and senators are in
the habit of making presents of money
to the pages at Christmas time and at
the end of thie session.
THE AUTOGRAPH DUSUNESS.
The autograph business used to be very
profitable. Every morning the pages
would g" around from member to mem-
ber as they reached the ball and solicit
their singnatures in big autograph books
A took containing all the names was
woriti from $5 to $10 to the page whith
had it. They found a ready sale tot
these b,'oks as fast as they could fill
them, and it did not lake long to get all


the signatures. One of the regular duties
if a member was to sign his name about
thirty times each morning. An auto
graplt book is seldom seen in either ili-
huuse or senate now. The fact is that
there are not now as many chances ['n,
Uithe pages to make money as there used
L., oc., Tie ntw- ni-,'aber 1i ite game
Limited by hthe .pice.
Onu Id tirnt a-ipp-arance in congress tlhe
iittt irjnr i ihhei..l, if lie ever intends t':o
b, ;,)e at all. lThe young men rush Lowrait
rn hIm Wien, anid if hlie does not resp.-,nd
,4LUkLly they know that he is not going
to be a paying investment for them. and
thiey are less assiduous in their attention
afiern% ard. As a member grows older in
ervic.'- c lie di-.covers so many ways of in-
cr.a.-ini his expenses above tlhe limit of
hins salary without gi.-Ing away i nouey
ILiSt to imprnms these little men that lie
gradually gets out of the habit :-f "tip-
ping' The pages, too, have suffered
through tlie gracelr,?s conduct of Silcott.
The m-.mr.ers at thIe openingg of tili, ses-
ion dil niout fee-l that they could afford
to be quite a. lilK-ral as usual.
Another source ., revenue :fr the
boys is from the distribution of circulars
and pamplhlets through the house. Near-
ly every great proj-ct that is brought to
the attention of congress from the out-
side is supported, and generally opposed.
too, by the circulation among the mem-
bers of pamphlets and various docu-
ments. Tlhies are left with the door-
keeper to be placed on the desks of the
members. If they are merely left 'With
the request that they be distributed they
do not appear on the desks. If the m-
-.-A -- J ..... -J -A --


POST-NUPTIAL.
Before t, e glowing antmhrac lL,.
That 4W reflects enchanung dreanim,
Coren, dearest. alt by me to-night.
And banish thoughts of household themes.
Of perfect peace this Is the goal.
Ttae sweet lulfllinsent or the Joy.
Trat in the red. prophetlc equal,
I .,ketared when a lore truck boy.
A many niood'ed girl were you
jIn u Lose devlici.:,usa virgin days,
So rnmuiaul I nardiJy knew
I he' aa tu w,.:. arni wooed all way&
tYo'r .mo.-ds enbanuced your words to me;
14V Pbhung-.tui 'Sti., I will not cbhide;
Whe btVt:,uJ' a seethePan's fancies be
Le s captivating In a bride?
What If the dimple heanrted pinks
Have faded rom your cheeks? I find
Them in a richer Mbtom. methinks,
VWit.in thie garden of yojr mind.
Y.,.u arrt lhil din.?r n.w.- for,,ot1h,
1 -*an it tt It aut nuptlal tLube!
WitLi ii tn U4lt r-tpi hr>-a Ol' youth
I dfg 'ULLr p.aiaeu in ardeut rb3hyme.
May ut,-lier inrpiraiions spring
I- r:n io' nie made perie t by th, year sl
AidJ may y.'V ir iutiireait. live t1 atiLng
I Somugs morei dlugLittid to 3 otr aears
-Montreal Star
The HminUan Eye.
Science gives us interesting details
bout what the luu:an eye has betit and
wvt.m lti-av-ay'-oitm-. TIe VerndTLsa tf
India, which a're thie tmoilt ancient writ-
ten documruents, a3ttest th at times nuost
remote, but still r-corirdoJ In liistor),
oLnly two color04 were knuo n-iblack andi
red. A very long time tlap_-,d before
the eye could p-rceive the i.oluir yellow.
tid a till longer litte betore greeu could
be distiguielied. and it is r iuarkable
tha.t in thle iest ancit.nt language tilhe
rErm which d.'sgnated yellow insensibly
pas'-:d to the einiifilcattin of green. Tlhe
lireeks had. according to the generally
recuiv-l oipini.,n. thle perceptirtn of colors
very highly di-veloped, and yet authors
.f a more recent date. as.,ure u5 that in
tile time of Alexander the I ;reat tilhe
Greek painters L'rinw hut four colors.
viz.: white, lil.' k, red and yve-li.w.
Tie words ti *lee-ignuate blue and violet
were wanting to Ith.' Greeks in thle most
ancient times of t li]r litstorv, they call.
ing theoe colors gray arid black. It ii
thus the cult ri in tlio raiiibtjw were only
dJLstinguinhed gradually. and the great
Aristuile only knew four of them. It is
a well known fact that when tho colors
of the prisim are pliotographied there re-
mains outside thie limit of thie blue and
violet In tihe spectrum a distinct impti's-
sion wvlncb our t-.Yes do not r-co-nize as
a color Pliti.ologLits tell us that1 it is
reasonable to suppose that an thie color
organ becomes mure highly developed,
and even before thie hiunian -re becomes
perfect, lhis outside band "ill evolve
into a color perfectly discernible.-Phlila-
delphia Record.
PapaJn and Thalltn In Cancer.
The anonymous corr,-rponndent of The
Lancet, whose bugge-,uon if the com.
bined used of papain and thallin in can
cer was noticed in a recent number of
rhe London Medical Recorder. turn out
to be Dr. J. Mortimer (Granville. Lie has
since supplement-d bhis firati statement by
furthercommunication, in which he says
that if the solvent or digestive power of
the papain ta to be brought to bear on
the morbid growth it mwit not be ex.
hausted by being first mixed with food
Re therefore recommends very frequent
administration of the papain and thalUln,
and their combination in the form of
pills. 'Theaim is to get absorption of the
irug. not local action on the stomach
In- eser-of that organ Dr. Mortimer
R -""-jm-a* bea -u'|i.'rit,-d in tate-r l timtillin anti no
.1lk ill
W i\lti the, vi..-\w of furtli.-r prt.-'ehitl[
xlh. ui-jttdl) if the l |ilp lin hi' dJte',ts tli..t
thie idti..-lit .dlall be I'..d a.s t.\ lt-ir-ly a,
|,t >lbile i,.ii a ,-4t Labit'l diet, auil that tle
pillschill Ie taken belre mi.ls t,.r ill
th i r: i ,.t ':uil I.,.t t .-u Hlito Lie ha nlot
f,-uri,] t tl, Lt lei' lhallihu _NIt-tc ;i' d-,.l'.rjleJ
-xeiit tsanu' iijuriunou'ly i,-,pre-six t-irpect
on tliL- (ira t ail ;d s ,a >'irl :-. Theli vital.
ity of tlin i l, hij gri.>'--[li '..LIu tj .) be
d eji.,.-d i., y ..jt[ur.it,.,n ti! tl lithallin
aid i II.e i I'o,;ilI',. tli 1i ,.tt li,-ted l.Y
S-i.t,', Ija str-ongi pazt. oft' t.of drug sin
i..i l.,Iniii t,,i l, .,or. %\hlt-re ].r.i.. ]..able.;. l.%
tlih,.r mn t,'-[i..ii Tie- r- ullt ,I o.'taared soJ
far a'e jid to be eticuliracinb, and
'*make it cl-i thliat the m.:tl'."iJ Ill di-t
ser'e a lull a.] l"fir trial Iy the pruft..
Blon."- L.,ndon Medical I 'co der.

.%loon Mlvth]4.
In .,uthliru e seai atlhr.r-s varnt intrepid
"land lull'-rs." 'i hio F:tr ilt iu elhet-_it-ig
in op,-.n air, to always .'ot the dr'aw.,
god uithr an awnoiu_; utlit-r" it.e 'I ltl
miglit liat'- been a rel reshLng b Jp-l may
teruiniate tn tvmlporary lu-. ofsghtL. I
say temporaryry" for thie reason that it
has nevc:r turni-d out to be a p,:rmanent
calamIty. 0lli.oui.h it frequently caus,-d
muolt trItlIle, and gives tIy 'i,.ttin a
scJare hj i',.membera the remaInder olt"
his life
In ret.a.rd to the way ti- ,utron aftlt ti
the w-.tiltt.-r many curious factt aale-
recorded. It is an old Baying tha.t "one
Saturday" moon change is enough for
seven year-." The rearer the time -I'
the moon's change to midnight, says tin
old saw', the fairer wil the v.'eather li
lhe ,cveil dj- l'uloir( Ing.
The nearer ti.( midday llie l-lia.se.of ti,.,
moot. li hi[|:l, the tu.,rd f'.,l the reathiti'r
may bhe e-s',ectd. TIh.' space fur thies
calculatIons., acc,,rdlin to thi, ''-et'[hii,'r
WtLe." i s two Itiurs bulore arjd two hours
after midmgtli and ih..,u n llI tie rnes"
moon stBnds on its p,.,int, "'..o that thye
strap of a to,,wdi-r lhorut ,iuld n,. L/a[i.l
on its 'horn.' tber,: ill bte muchlt iet
weather. Ii' the rew mool.lie.-S l.at (in
''"li ba.'k it will ho1' Ill d.-tmpn< au,
a dry spell may be pected. Farmters
wlio 1ilauit und reap 'in tlhe moon"
always plant those vegi-taLles who.,e
roe..i are used as fo,.'d in tile decline o1
Ilst quarter.-John W. Wrighit in St
Louis Hepulblic.

HlIi FIr- Ia.tlter.
A writer in 'l'h,' i-'t Ialta Unironi zi't-i


Lin ault int aolciC ,uli t .. i, [l,-t ir[. [..Lt, r
ev- tr i ritt'n pr h,- i I i .-l -rltt I1 I.i' I
l i:[I]ei l1. I tIl. ti t...I ,I I I li.-1 .. t .- I



mUIu at -i.- atuue.sit'J
'- Pa.1rtt in all r 'l. t ii i. et r ia lI.
yourII "I' '," at IJi- i 'o l p ". 'lun ln- .l.'gi



nfelv tr I'v ire'%141ti I i "rte tio.'a litne anI.
let met krinw1ow hiiw ni'. -r ticr- j-.mrinuv
I'llto at ue rel.t \ ?f ip R'- i ]t'.il] t i.
\Vf'rl6 sle win- prep ni-t ,a Liii rt Ot n I'i.
memabout that.L. l I it. '.\ a to ie
Pam.II astibs aekan. faithful .i
"isPa, you nse, lie s rult me a ltt e r. It r '1




thus:
'RawFCcTbo LADY: I go telre satfe
yand Iur il v. %tn' I s-l. anti I ip.-n yon at
afelyr tih-ride of the sir i t., mhI a linean,
let mu kntwho ruin the nation. GJ.allrt1it
I'll buy t a z.yI t t,,f pIper an pus t upin
wth:irr, c ,) yg-.u won't hIave e c [raur]ha dl
about thiat."





Pa it rh was a insect a week. and. Itdhful t
his promise, se onsnt f l'emculer. It r%-.ri





feed 'a pig.
Ncplie'w Ablijith has a propv-n diary or
Itorsesi. aut' I hias id i all os'er BostonL
There ssa'n't no need o' putting' them
briughten buttmios tin my COW, fo~r nobiodyv
thu :














noticed 'ur i. I art]
"'REPCTED LADY: I gTi here sAND."f
and m Afery iell. and I Shoop y. u a
the irunm:-. [.hall be tglad tj h~it h,''m-







There watl' : o the a pairf tht voriden clog, withr
Arabic in.uriptio rui ihe nation. Ghichl twer
wf'rim -.iU fo~lk? are t,,., +.Vaz li, St't Uf, 111
th,-ir carrii. -a. They 1"1 ldJ ck and ].:,uL.
a? It rh-y w.'i i;.:,ln' to sleep, and I dull i
s'pose one o+f 'era couhil milk a cow ,_,r
fe-ed ai pig.
"'Nephew ALij.1.h hia a prop,-r diary of
horses, air" 1 hbie rid all over Bo~itiu
There w'a'nl't no) need ,o" putting' thiem
boughten buttonison my o.uar, for nobody
nOthcced 'era. J atii
"*VOUR RE PEC'TED HUSBAND."

A fr'ian Shoes.
There was a pair cf wooden clogs, with
Arabtc inscriptions on ttumm, w+hiclh wert


Modern Reitern oglec.
The last issue of Thie Jo'irnal of the
Antltropological society of Bombay con-
tainti a eariot i lper by Mr. Rehatsek on
t%%eitly of the brancli-hes of eastern nmangic.
till of which are in vol.t-e at the present
time. Tne first of these ts the "Arcana
of letters and of names," by which let-
tlers and figures are combined into magic
squares, incantations, etc. These derive
their power front thle "'arbitrary u-e of
thelm made by thle spirits governing the
natural world. in such a ay that the
ninety-nine beautiful name-s of God and
otherr iLine words formedof letters con-
taining the Arcana, which pass into ma-
terial substances. intercedes." Tihen ma-
gician. of course, is thie sole interpreter
of the uses amni significances of the com-
binationis.
A.l'hemny comes next, and is followed
b- an-trology, the most popular of .,ill the
E.wttrln occult sciences. I1 is practiced
,-,in aill ticcasin'hs, to discover thefts, to
f,'retell thle result of a journey, the fu-
ture if an infant, etc. Another popular
practlicei is soothsaying frum the sacred
lcoks by opening one at random an.i
placin"- the finger on a line. This is al-
ii,)ost the only one of the sciences which
costs nothing, and which every one can
practice. Thej.lectioupf days is a sub-
oi'Jdirlte branch of ailrolgy, and lb emn
played to ascertain what -lays are lucky
or unlucky for the commencemLent of
certain enterprises, the wearing of new
cl,,les -. and lie like.
Divination and tihe interpretation of
dreamt are common everywhere. Sum-
monina antl subjugating demons is the
most Eltearful of the magicr.l sciences.
There are t, o kinds-one dangerous and
emnbracini unlawful magic, the other re-
hligi., tind consisting mainly in con-
fitning demons in flame, so that they are
cormu-llci to l.bey the commands of the
magmiin. Geouiancy is practiced by
means., of d.,_t. made with a pencil and
arranged in complicated combinations
sot tliat they answer questions.
Thle art .:,f invisibility appears to be
only known vy mnamne to Mr. Rehatsek,
for Ii- dos nit ,deLire it. Jefr is a sci-
tnte ,% i hli is ouily known to one family.
It 1i dii.l J-. as "thle general science con-
cerning tlhe Table oif the Eternal DIe-
cree and of Predestination," amid enables
adepts to know all ti;tit has happened, is
happe.-iing or will happen in the most
remote future.-Lonndon Times.

Fealhered Policemen.
The description give by The London
(hlobe of thle cari.tamas or soriemas, lo-
cated in theeastern aviary of the Zoolog-
ical gardens, will amuse everybody
while it should not surprise any one.
That the-ie should b\ among birds a
pte,:;'j- whi.-lhi- fitted to perform among
Its kind thie duties undertaken among
tnu,- by p,,lic--nien is a fact fo.r which all
tug;lit tI, be l'repared. \Why should not
el.IL.' tiinerly of tr:atei I things have in its
il-.'t lie samine sort of functions and
fun'-ti...uariet;. mniodified according to cir-
cunstarnce_ and halitl? More than one
pictorial artist-as, for instLnce, C. H.
Beanett in this country--lias hli-wn us
what marvelous resremblances birds and
animal can be made to bear and actually
do bear to man, and if humanity linds it
necessary to have policemen, why should
ntt thle "-'feathered tribes" be similarly
impelled.
The cariama seems particularly well
fitted for tile post of public guardian. He
perambulates his cage with all the regu-
larity and hauteur of his human proto-
type on his '4&:and if at intervals he
Il-, ',r he"hinm.i
,..Ir t, u tat sl gy. This, no-lou I.
SI.I' \ i ,'a I lowing the Ivlihstwe. andt
Is i- i lihe .I- I'- t irn lhi c'aen '- it i, probaltly
fruin ijr-[iirn'l .r l'fr.)nm itm reliu.t..il .u' -
toni. 1 .Ili.i, ailr-adY iu:een atchlinti.iZ -d
In ili- |i ihtry yard. wli,,re Ih- If.itlt"fLilly
p ie It hI, lit; dut a-', llie [,r,.-.nr',.i ,i
,.nr'- r If t v,..i tin ci.. I-. n au: ht or
Iatt,'r ea cli othir lie tbe .-s in tet[ een
thlni .ini .tip.3 the contitr "'' a serhr-
'"f I.!,; 'divdiided iipartiiilly at thlie head0
,.'f I.,t I."
hllipirtility. of course, is an excellent
lUIa]I.1 it ;i puolicem3u, li-tiher lie be
'itdr 'r i;lII: wouId there ',\cre more of
it. ii.k.-,-r'-iu, of the 'ariania i.. it seem-
l -t ,-[i l i .,c-ur yt : l uL it iS adim itIdly
ani'i-nt, ..ui'd poF0sil.3 lie may I.e a li',tl
il.-c,-.ridant of the judge biruls of ornitlio-
logi:al antiquity.-Denver Republican.

Toilglh Old Zulu Chi fi..
The old i'hiefs in South Airica know
nothir, cabouit trekking, aid on s,.veral
ori-.aOio s became so iuip.t.-int that, they
started i offil ftiot ahead on t[lie agons
One Jay tiey hail to "alk thirLty-seven
ain.I's belorie reachiing t after, and then
had to wiit tvwo days on scant i r'aiIone
li-l'..r v e c'ime up with them OiP utr
th,-s e it[i ii 7.57 years old. but thile i.gli
.,.1 Zulu it lie Matabele rulers areot Znlit
original wan none the worse for the -...-
patie.
On another occasion, in spite of tit
sarniiiigs, there left us. arited only till.
ai-e-jat ,-., in the tto-rst pan ,'f l lire h, i
',.'in 'ry. \Vlhei we allowedd a t lit it -
;Afterw-ard we a'' to iur u ririor lit.l
ihi-r I'rtprtnts in the 500nd ti.-i Le.,-i
iartiall.\ ottliter'ite-, riy tlie ef,.K-,r ', sr
lin FLtrtunutatiely, however. lit: itt',i fr-,I
l,,'s-d thu-tu only for ome- hIuattJr'-.l
ya:rl -.aliiiI ieh-n, prrIlably not b- tnri hurt
t.v. lie wandered off toward a pool .l
t\ :iltr.
Such vaganea were to us a source ol
Cu'l -tAnr a[siety, for how could we fa,_.-
tihe kilte- withiiiul briniiig b.ca his It
,itart-? Our o'wtV live-a woould not hat,-
LI,-mt. a-afe. We ah.,UrJd have been pro
dlaimned as Imposters or accused of
u itlicra ft.
Ihtwi-ver, we managed to divert their
tliuds and ke-p thit-t employ. el Pt ih,-
w:uc..ns by shooting twarnn. tsi.i gia'
iiioke'ys fur them. The skins of thii-
particular species are only worn ba
royalty o0 Dig chiefsa-Cor. London Tele+
gi -,ph. ____________


A cashmere shawl does not depreciate
bLy nge: 'on the contrary, it gains a cer-
tI in mellowness, for the coloring Lbe-
cotmes toned by time. The true worth
of the vegetable dyes which are em-
ployedn may be seen in other descriptions
of shawls which are imported.

Itui) Out of VI ik.
Boyvs have little chan,.- to learn ai.
iusLiJesi by whicli they cnn earn th,:l.
daily bread. One trouble is that the
girls, who ought to be at home doinA
housework. have taken the places eof ti-.
boys. I might metniiti d,.zeas ot tra.hi-
where no great muscular ef'fort is. reqjuil
e, tl.bt 'ar taken up by girls ani w;-hcl'
slrould be held by mven alone. How can
the ,br,'y secure apprenticeships "hlien tie
places aie already filled by girls? While
the cirls are at work the boys are idle f'ur
want -'f it, some of them sit around the
hunse, while others are loafing, stealing'
ride ,n tamns or devoting themselves tin
othtr t'orms of mischief. A friend ol
uiitc lihas no work, but his two sisters are
,do) n town in a store. I know of a hus-
band that is idle, while his daughter and
ister-in-law are cmployed.--Cor. Detroit
News.
Rare Good Luck.
Fond Maitmma-Why, what have you
in your apron?
Little Daugiiter ibreatbhl-sl) Oh,
mammal iSueh good lu,-kl Dotty Dim-
ple's cat had six ktt tih.and her mamma
would not let Iei kt-ep but one, so she
gave nie the otlit-r five.- New York
Week ly


THE COWBOY'S LAST RIDE


At iNCIDENT OF LIFE IN- THEE*LD
DAYS OF THE GREAT WEST.

Jeff Dasol. Saved the HEorne--Das4lDng
Mtare Back aid Almost Naked Th'ongh
time ilanka of Murderous Almaelha and
Bringing Hlia Herd Safe to the Raoth.
If in those days any of the boys had
been asked to pick out the cooloat and
bravest member of our wild, woolly
gang, almost any one would have been
selected before Jeff Dason. Gentle,
smooth voiced, freckle faced and red
headed, our horse wrangler was chiefly
remarkable for his love of the cabailada
(horse herdl over which he had charge.
Every morning sunrise saw Jeff swing
to his saf4dl'and drive the band to Cajou
canymt' and sunset saw them rolling the
dust back to the big corrals. It was only
five niles to Cajou, but the Apaches had
raided the ranch itself, and Jeff's posi-
tion was no sinecure. So it was that
one glorious August morning, just as
the sun came blinking lazily up over
the great eastern plains, Jeff and the
bshaA Hatarin.tfmrlb rk a vhs to iwrs-iwa-a,


In amoug'thle mesqultes a fe daNint-
less songsters were protesting against
another day of Arizona sun, and the
earth was trying to smile in spite of the
fact that another fourteen hours of sti-
fling, gasping hea twas at hand. Across
the broad, white, alkali fiat swung the
band, raising great lazy clouds of the
pungent dust, and finally rounded the
canyon point, out of sight. It wascool in
Cajou. for the cedar-crowned rock walls
were untouched by the sun kiss yet, and
the fragrant breath of a restful night
still lingered lovingly over the green
gra.ts carpet and along the red rock wails.
The forenoon passed like other fore-
noons with Jeff, the horses drank, graz-
ed or lay down, while their watcher
played mumbletypeg, or gambled with
four pebbles against an imaginary op-
ponent for fabulous sums, or dozed with
his hand ou his horses' picket rope,
About 2 o'clock Jeff discovered some
pinion trees on top of the canyon walls,
and tying old "Bonapart" to a mesquite,
proceeded to investigate tlie condition of
the uuts. It was a hard climb, but after
he had re.eched tlie top and found the
pinions would be sticky for a month to
come, hlie lay down to gaze on the long,
level stretch of plain below.
APACHES ON TH 'rRAIL.
Perhaps he lay thus fifteen or twenty
minutes, when he saw something that
brought htm to his feet, wide awake.
Off to the southwest, about two miles
away from the mouth of Cajou, came
five oustedd Apaches. riding slowly
toward him. With beating heart Jeff
watched thorn until the point hid them
from view, saw them come in sight
again at the broad mouth of the canyon.
watched them as they stopped and ex-
amined his horses' tracks, and noted two
dismount and start up the rocky point
afoot and the others start across to take
station at the mouth and turn the horses
when they came down away from the
ranch. Then he started down the bluff,
slipping, sliding, jumping and clinging,
until he reached the meadow below,
bruised and panting, hut resolute. To
escape without his ponies was not to be
thought of. The Apaches stationed be-
low will finish the stampede that the
two creeping up will attempt. But they
shouldn't have his beauties, his pe..,


I just then.
lHad he not broken many of them, and
did he not know the faults and virtues of
ever woolly scamp among them, and
%;. here ono in the lot that should be
ridden, beaten, starved or saddle galled
by ll,.,tis, med devils? Nol No! Better
death t,.ice over than that they be thus
atWii.se. Vith quivering lip tand sobbing
bireath hlie ir.-v. old '-Bonyu cl.,se to Lie
wtall and %%ith trembling hand hosens
thie clic.'ha. Ili't- the saddle intio a rift
of the ca.iytu wall. and stripping oi all
clothing sve drawers, shirt and stock-
in;., huIrls tLtiem aft' r .-the s.ddl,.-. Slip-
puing the bridleou "'Bo-ny" and throwing
a double blanket over hiis sliaip back, he
slides six or eight cartridges from his
belt. catches up the revolver and stands
waiting. Pres-ntly Broncho Duke raises
his li:t.d fr.m thlie grass and sniffs the air
surpiciusly, then with a wild snort and
a nervous stasnp of his forefoot lie is off
douwn the canyon with the band close fol-
io s tiig
THE ACEK FOR TEE RANCH.
RiPghtl b-ehind them are Jeff and Bony-
part. thie- old ';ar horse, with nose high
in time air. chating under thIe close rein.
Has lie not won many a close race, and
wslhy usitild hi, young rider strip and ride
with only a blanket unless he meant to
showi tlitese young upstart colts that old
Bcny %aschiief still. So they race down
thu canyon. splashing through the sep-
age pioea. rattling over the pebbly dritKs,
swislhiig through the- sage and tmew'uite
bot'.tin-, aurl whirl front thie canyon's
mouth liku, b,-.unding bowlders. A start-
linhg .-11 trum the waiting Apache-, and.
Jelff tighti.n hits grip and digs his bare
heii in Bony', tflanks as theu watchers
sweep out loward the band. The horses
snnort and shy, but theold racer isstretch-
ing hii long leg s on the opposite side and
Jeff's ipitol is hurling a stream of fire
P.hal hiu.,lls thiemt steady. They race thus
perhaps een.ty-live yards, but old Bony
cros-is them nio clo-ie that. bewildering
and confused, they break and sweep be-
tween thle howling, astonished Indians
ani tak, a bee line Ior the ranch.
As the victorious horse and rider whirl
pa-t the.-s receive- i fl ight of arrows. Jeff
st..-pmin, tssoand the horsecatching one.
wlic]-i lie n.-'tices by a squeal aniid a kick
as I.e tinhude-rs.1o after his mates. How
oilJ Boiy di' Jid i'y that race with free
rn ittiuid thi- long, level plains before
thi ml How lie chowed those conceited
y'jlug hioi'rst-s ho.v horses ran in his day!
Frui onie aide of the band to the other
Ili "'wevted," ssithi ears laid flat and
ey-.i fairly bulging in his excitement.
As to tlho0e Apachei ev-er overtaking
tlt.n, hlie sorted at Ithe- idea.
i.) tihe raced, and the sorely wounded
rider, cirLk unto deathi, gamely clung to
li, ll i.'k, tlouilii thi]l anl ] .,in were
crying out wli iitheir burden of narrow
each awl tih' ltr.hil was oi hits pirphling
lips. \Y-t a littl- further anid they would
be safe at ti.- r i ich. Yet a little-ar.ij
here i; thIe c,,rri I gate, thle boyn puriug
out i.f Ilie cabLii., the I)orses nbavt-.l anid.
evni'ii ai hlie stups old Bony with a shurp
pull, his -trnugtli forsake hIim and ther
horse ru-tler of Cross L ran liaI pa-ts-d
the dili.Iv actrosas tim- rarn.-e, while thi
shll hlie tninted so &#ell. uand that we
called him, fall, like a sa>,k tiL va heat intt-
our eager, utltretchlied arni..-DInver
iCol)o.j 'or. Philadelphia Press.

The MIaerly Shah.
A Teheran correspondent of The Lon-
don Times. in a long article on "The
Sli.sh and His Government," writing of
the pers.:.,l character of Nasr-ed Din
says: "'Hi; least attractive feature is a
miserliness which induces him to hoard
large sum, of money and bulibon, a frac-
tion of which, devoted to the practical
.egeneratiou of lits country, would nsa.ke
his name live in history. In addition t.i
the masses of jew els contained in tleI-
royal treasury, he hlas a private fortune;
stowed in vaults or elsewhere dep,.,sit,:d
Shich tls known to coualst of ani last
three million tcnling. This treasure is
being contlnuallr recruited by the nrPa.


Before my eye. they sect th hall
Upon my Rreen pomnegrania teua-
Upon the bough where bllt Jun Ow
A r).,y apple beat Lo Ie'
They sihuok my beauty al almondb'tree,
Beating Its glurlous BWeam to de1.5-.
They atrewed is round upon mte ground
And mocked its fragrant dying break
I waa a mother, and I weep.
I ae.k the ros w here neAmjeUi none-
,No more isla heard the singing bird-
I have no lilje golden asn'
So fall the shad&wa over me.
The blighted gardeEn, lonely net:
Reacb.hipdown ia lbve. 0 God above.
And fold my dkrUng to thy i-east-
-augene PFletd.

The Bride BIdes Mqja.
A marriage celebration in Algeq l '1-
an Interesting reli of,. tcient. cusr


........ ^^' "" err ++, t Ji+,-
and the guests e led .
house will walt for bscoaii" $osl
sound of pipe is heM.4 oniftitm
summit of some n4Jpilt1hill.
the marriage prog p beef
bridegroom's hou.:;, :. .'
The pipers alwa rs cos l'",.Itn th*'"'.
procession. then t ri^4$1 tfys upfh
a veil. riding a mule We-i1 r lovr. -.
Then comes a bevy of a eed';
damsels, parklini with i fer. orma. ,'
merits, after which the f aw f c he. S ."
bride follow.
The procession stops In 1k: ot Ihe t
bridegroom's house, and the girl's fiads
line both sides of t:e pathway \The
pipers march off owoue side. whill'the
bridegroom lilts the girl from the Inise
and holds her in his arms Tlie 'pr
-friends thereupon throw earth a) l4
'Wridegroom when he hurries fobmvl'
and carries her over the thresholdW if,
house. Tliose about the door bea*. hjim VL
with olive branches, amid mtlm hut"h- 4'
ter. G ,
In thle evening, on some occaalo .b' ,".t
pipers and drummers are cat *it:.4'
the women dance.-two at a t-t- fp :' ,
each other; nor does a 0q .
until. panting and exbausted,tii IMeIAO
aside to make room for Bdfr
dance has great energyfof moven
though the steps are smtt,, ad ehangs ,
of position slight. th&e daicesc .r. .-.
cling round occasionally.
But they swing their bodies aboRt ws.b
an astonishing energy and VP,3e06 .
As leaves flutter before th, g'et. "T 4 /
they vibrate to the music: they ih a. ^
they sliver and tremble; they ezifd 'i
quivering arms, wave veils, and VtIw *
minds seem lost in the abandon il s"o
frenzy of the dance, while tihe othet w*
men. looking on, encourage by thr i
higi. piercing, trilling cries, whici l
to tihe noise of the pipes ad drunaa
New York Journal. 4

Wellllngon'.i PsIq fl^^^:i
Before the battle of Wa....
was probably more u
Uxbridge. who, if Well qgth
killed, would be called upos-
htm in command. aSJs-1Bd)lu
whatever about Lbsa d1 l s"'
"I am in a Ve i


mander-in-chief. I Wiltu ji
in thie world to know t'hedW kqba ti ''
,and yet I dire not ask hims rpu tgn .
to do'
After some consultation on t*II5... y.iJ
they weit together to Wtellil6 t .- g
trankly told hi.m the difficulty I h .'' . ...:.
The duke lIAtened without impateftbn ....
and at t hlie end of Lot-i Ux bridge's sfra-h "a
lie caid. ctilnly -'WIiho will attack the,
first to-inrrros.. I -.r Bunaprte?"
"BoRna.,iparte.'" rephlr.. ILord Uxbridge.
"\V'l." continued t [lie duke. "Rot1a:
parte li:is iot given nit- any idea of hie 'st:
projects. and. as ni'y plans will depend
upon Iis. hl-wv can you expect me la tell
you what mine are?'
Lo)rd Uxbridge bowed and made no
reply. The duke rose. and continued.
touching him iu a friendly way on the d
shoulder:
"Tlhere is one thing certain. Uxbridge
-that is, that whatever happens, you
and I will do our duty"
Hie then shook his hand warmly, and -
they separated. Lord Uxbridge no wiser [
than before, yet feeling that Wellington
ihad trusted him exactly as far as his
reticent nature would allow .
Yet tlle t dle did depend in a k
great measure un o lu t-tea
common -sc-m- to t ie nceeds V&io. N,:
ment. W lieu he wvts once asked how he
succeeded in couquet ltu Napoleon' mar-
shals, oite after amithir. he ri-ilied
"They planned tieiir caiump.tigns just
as you might make a lilendid se-t if hatr-
ness It hioks VI'n' et-ll mIand answers
rely w-vel until it gt-ts broken, and then
you are done for Now. I tnake my '
campaign tir role1s If' anyitlinig went
'sroig, I tied a knot and went ou."-
Exchantge.
Adolphus Trollope'. Cni'k.
Mr. Trollope w&as forntliuaLP in seaurWng ;- "
attatlied servants Ot,.-. wht-n he pa id ,
a I,.,ng visit to Venmt.. Iti devoted Tu" ''u .
,an attendants t,..k positive pridt in
lighting it out wii i tie h' thaoreign'" tir ea: .
people over lire anid cirtesimii Hut 1 .',
.-'asioually lie tumbledd on a sad excp 4'. a
tLion to the rule, and we have one .trk'7" ,
ing example of hIow sulaerstition may 'P
'at side by sido with irreligion and r ":. *
.ality A cook had been ,obbirig hi,, i-.5V
right and left Thle 's worsil It +' A
fragaist lthat .fLh tn ...-2,and it c5r! '-
', a case of hard swearing in court be-
tween the master and [he aerva.t A
.-rucilix 'was handed to the cook und be
,ias invited to -lake oath to i-1 allega
tions He twice raved to nitl.-i the
lalselhoid he litet Ic-h' ti t. s \i;II ',I1
twice he waas unlie to uIttrtl
turned as lte ii 1 ,i11 te. ,
t, theu Hoor in a IhrtMIl,;ii h


Earliest Form of ladle.' Headdl--.
The earliest form of ladies' headdr '. .--.
is said to have been time overchief or het A
htandkerchief. Then came the hood, Ia- .''
cers.illy worn during the Fourteoth &
century, a revival of the Angl .J.xos...
head covering The '-'l,,se fitting .."c1 .'S
s4aid t, have originated in decking
corners of thle hlio.d lIr the samke of o-.1.-
fort andil conveie're.- Chamtbegs oi
serves t hat "'thl1 iHii Of caps and i. l
referreeJ ts lith year 1449, the fU4' "
in these pai tout the world being ief'
unty t C'limirles VII in R 1u,:;4i T
that tiluje ulli,'- b'v ._.hv littl.jaA Vd J

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SA Historic Shoe.
Joseph F. Gialianm. of New YorkA,-
Ships possession a shoe and a
Shichi were wvorn by Queen
ore than 8il) yeais ago. .
The shoe is in a wonderful stut A]
Reservation. It is a No. 1 in i- ke
ut rather too broad to be cond9
shapely at the present time. It is Tit
of yellow brocaded satin, lined w1ihin[
stout canvas. The sole is of oak ta r'4
leather. The heel is exactly like th.3'
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ES, Notary Public, CIIAS. LORD, with Taylor & Bowen.
ith Orange County Reporter.

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'0 JESSUP & OAKLAND

FADFR:--Pince work commenced on onr new Railroads we have not had time t
orr til .I vertisentit. -,.1., l n 1 say that we have the LARGEST STOCK and
'RICES cverotnered., ,. a t, Florida.


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Diamonl White GrapeVinem.
Niagara cuttings for sale Dec. 15th.
tDW Send for Catalogue and prices.
HAYNES, YOUNG & BAILEY,
Pioneers of grape culture in South Florida.
603 P. 0. Box 49"2, Ortando, Fla.


ALDERNEY DAIRY
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WHOLSTALEDREAI T,
W, U. PIPER & CO.
Fresh New York Milk nliul on hand In
an1y quantity required. riic and Hotels
supplied.
Day board at reasonable rates. Lunches and
meals at all hours. Oysters served in any
style and at any time. 610t1
GORDON R. ROGERS. H. F. MARTYN.

ROGERS & MARTYN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Importers of and Dealers in Fine Foreign
and Domestic


WINES,;LIQU O1S,

SCigars, 3g^--_b* _
Cosmopolitan Saloon, Ro ers' Buildinf,
Orlando. Fla.
We import our wines and liquors direct from
Europe, where we have a special agent. We
buy in large quantities for cash.
--THEREFORE--
We can sell in any quantity, large or small, as
cheaply as any firm in the country, and guar-
antee the QUALITY to be as represented.
We Day special attention to Me j% trade.
Agents for se-rJ l'.'..nl Ilrwii't+ of Cham-
pagnes, Scotch fnr.i -r, \ I.l%. ..and direct
importation of t H-,,I E _.EiD.-,N TEA.
Why send away for your liquors when we
can do as well for you here, and you know
who you are dealing with. 599y


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A' A n[,n- L,,r i ,- lri.,l-'. \V ,- [,3.I I ,'i r ,le
man fashion, as a side saddle is almost
unknown here. Arrived at the hotel a
lantern greeted us like a beacon light, a
warm wood fire in the open fire place,
and a red hot dinner, refreshed us s,) we
hardly cared to go to bed. It was not
easy to sleep, for with open or closed
eyes we saw continually, the great,
almost bottomless cracks we had passed
over, and heard the blowing of the bel-
lows at the forges, which sounded in the
distance like an engine. I must not
forget to mention the sight of a beauti-
ful rainbow by moonlight upon our re-
turn, and the "Southern Cross" in the
sky on the other side of the Caldera.
We made the return trip to the coast
without incident, and embarked on the
boat at day-break in the morning, when
the water was so caln that we made it
as easily as if we had only rowed across
Lake Lucerne.
On the way home we were to take
cattle aboard for the Honolulu market.
We naturally wondered how this would
be done, as the ship could not reach the
shore. The cattle were driven to the
wharf in a herd. A rider throws his
rope around the horns of an animal,
then with the aid of trained dogs it was
driven into the water, the man leading
the animal by the rope until horse and
rider almost disappeared from sight.
Here the animal was secured with its
mouth barely above water. It took
nearly an |our to secure the first one,
after which the others followed less
reluctantly. Once the herd is in the
water a dozen or more are fastened to a
row boat and dragged through the water
to the ship, where they are hoisted in a
kind ot sling, which passes under the
body and around the horns. One died
before they got him to the ship, one had
its horns torn off and one its tail torn
out. I could not look on, I was too in-
dignant.
While we were waiting for this, na-
tives came to to the ship with fresh pine-
apples, oranges and bananas, all of
which were very nice, and reasonable in
price. The pineapples were the finest I
had ever eaten.

The Fiber Industry.
ORLANDO, Fla., April 3, 1860.
EDITOR REPORTER:-In this day and
age of rapid progress, the main idea of
the majority of mankind seems to be a
desire to discover new fields for labor
and investment, rather than to travel
the old paths and follow established
precepts. To a very great extent this
is commendable and in many cases
proves profitable, not only to the indi-
vidual but the community or State. It
has been but a few years since the re-
sources of South Florida were jestingly
said to consist of Yankees and sweet
potatoes, and it was not far from being
true. The hastily formed impressions
of the majority were to the effect that
probably ten per cent. of the acreage of
South Florida might some time be avail-
able for agriculture of some kind-but
they did not know what kind-and that


...I..'I.. ........... I' .-.............. .-- Hii]|[:s1 L4,L1.;t It"ll" U 'ill] Uillt uLy. -.- .......-....' ...... ... .... . . -L ",
I~, I" .,I.. I i .-n l I -It, ,-h -. .i, ,[
th plt t n 1 never hasbt mach"in which has a record fi that line that is pro-
the lateau, there neer as e nach II ': ie ^vrbial. The society of the neighborhood is TIllg"a:' Sk lrl. to extract the fiber, hence only a small amount first-elnss in every respect.
has ever been gotten out, simply by hand, to The water in nse on the property comes from 1-- ALL TS OF THE STAT. ,,21
meet the local demand. I don't know the a thirty-foot drive well, aD is perfectly pnre. 1N ALL PARTS OF THE STATE. _621
cost of this tilbr machine, but I think when it The street mains of the BflllllllllI llIl!llll I!!!! ll!: tIulllliliI lI l l l nI nnu l- .
is put in condition to do its best it would be 0OR 1, AN DO W\A T ER WORKS E ^ & ^DH PG/L SALSE^Q Df -
considered an expensive fairi. Of course, I ..... -..... the north line ofr the property, en- E O RIA NH E5
can tell you more of it in two or I'hree months. ........ .. purchaser, at smAll expense, to pro- .. 1 1AND RELIABLE I AND
. . .. ....Ou tfo feYu ca tan ,1 1efiberu fntb e t oyo fl e b f:1-t froIe p ip es fo r th e h o u se its w elln
OutofYncta, te ibr idutryofMc itos the grove. N. B--No lplumber's bills for W TI:E WOLYlr FIRM OF MANUFACTURERS8 IN AMMIAIO A N0 1
is substantially nothing. * G.0 ROERS." frozen up pipes in this country. selling direct to Consumer. From Factory to Family at Wholesale Rates on Terms to SUN Purchsler. 5
CITY OF'AMEXICO, 27th Oct., 1889.- * I wish The house will be disposed of ..--- o ...............J.I.......
I could tell you more definitely than I am nowpvmilpl0 TiTr ch d ^ ^ a ~~l EXACTLY FOR ONM LY ||~jafSSf'^ ^
Icudtly~mreeiit~thna Cvom pletely Furnished T7L ' "
able to do, aboutthe fiber machine-yet I think e ::Lt 50|IKI
I know all any one does to date. 1 feel sure if purchaser desires, and at figures lo suit, as TH TTH CU 050 S
there is LARGE oney in it for soni one whoit is to the interest of the owner to board for 1O T OR -G-i-A -i
there is LARGE Tioney lit it for some one who I^ .1_ ,;, va nlidokepghus. I -a- I:3 I I E jporl.Et wi BB amBBllB^ Bs
has money, push and patience to get the thing i._ ..i Ii. hr, .. 1 shape. Probably there l$ t ai tBK BB g B M
to fully cope with "'I.i-- ponderous fleshy agavaIt "'. .i'.'III II idt ehdi)tw.and the I~l
leaves (the pulque plant). The main principle, The subscriber means business, and If any- | pi 8a $3S. to be paix 7 7 2monthl aL
body, at home or around, wishes a eomfortabh'i, l F AF:$ I
which ha; never been gained before in a ma- aind1] I...; IIIhome in thelivcstoiltynFllordu-, =s tlment ofS each. O IFCHISSE WITH
chine, is, I think, correct. It will extract the they .i .-i i ..iceommodated if thiey apply soon. =.ORDER, WE WILL SPECIALLY ACCEPT .0.
fiber with ease and facility from, I think, all For6:,,r... i.r,,..'. .,ionioaddress -i
the low land agava plants, such as the sisal or ,I N(E, F l loIn. 100 tn3sOc h 0,hstmal t, oned isnato+y
Orlando. Flga. ulsyRsd Ot fes C a 50S a n' S tlveD3 ~tvC~
ch e rst E. I ,and Treb.le) neSei~n lLktelp:vlo.
hennequen plant; the huasteca, a wild, ntlmost N B.-The property corners on two ol the best 01-^^ no-" nhg on 1 anfd =
unknown plant tound near Tampico-a beau- residence streets in the city. If desired the por- = i gb,, 3 =
tiful fiber, from a long, slim leaf; from 5 to 7 tion containing the house.,which stands at the E VrANTED FOR TEe LONO YEARS,
.D head of another street, will be sold separately. = jOLT'D WALNUT OAsr, HIGHLY FINISHED.


- .i .i -in a .i Iw lr-,t-.'t riv l.\ SI X ,i l~n, h
had ever gone up this way, the accom-
modations were not equal to the de-
mand. Two took horses, but we were
still eleven in one carriage, together
with our satchels. So we were glad to
get out and stretch our limbs at the
Half Way House, where we took din-
ner. For dessert we had the Ohelo
berry, which grows all the year round
on this island. This berry was sacred
to the Fire Goddess Pele, who was sup-
posed by the natives to sport and bathe
with her attendant demons in the sul-
phurous waves of the crater Kelanea.
One of the Hawaian legends says:
"'This, too, was the scene of Christian
courage triumphing over material and
supernatural terror, when the converted
chiefess Kayiolani, in the year 1825,
dared the anger of the invaded goddess
and the dangers of the way, and de-
scended alone into the crater, casting
from her hands into the seething lava,
the sacred berries, as an open act of
desecration." It is a species of whor-
tleberry as large as a cherry, scarlet and
mealy. It is eaten with sugar and milk,
made into pies, and used as cranberry
sauce with chicken.
After dinner we scrambled back into
our carriage and tried to be comfortable
for four hours more. About 4 p. m. we
came in sight of the Volcano House,
amid sulphurous steam, which, for miles
around, comes out of theground through
cracks and steam holes, in which the
landlord lost twelve horses, eight cows
and a number of calves the first year he
lived here. The steam is so hot as to be
uncomfortable to the hand, yet a species
of fern grows surprisingly close over the
edges of the cracks. Nearly half a mile
below the house we got out to walk up a
rather steep ascent, as the six mules
were pretty nearly tired out. The alti-
tude is but a little more than four thous-
and feet above the sea. Yet it affects
the horses and mules so that they can
be used only a few years, although they
make the trip but once in ten days and
are well fed the intervening time. To
man, however, the air is so bracing that
he feels like a new man. In front of the
hotel are. lovely flowers growing more
luxuriantly than in any other spot I
have been. Immense hedges of pink
double roses; also your own Cherokee
rose, which seemed like the greeting of
a friend. Heliotrope seems particularly
at home here, and fuchsias do well.
Before us is the Caldera, into which we
have to descend to reach the "lake of
fire.".
In the morning we visited the extinct
crater, Kilanea Iki, (Little Kilanea),
twelve hundred feet deep, nearly circu-
lar in shape and about fifteen hundred
feet in diameter. It is a pit sunken -in
the plain and connected with the great
Caldera by a low-lying neck of land. In
the bottom is fresh looking lava which
ran into it in 1832 from a small figure
that opened in the bank opposite us.
Our guide, the landlord, took the gentle-
men over to see the fisure; but feared to
alarm the ladies. Once as he guided a
party to the lake of fire, and when re-


[;.,. l.I)l| .d* rnil,..Ln ll H +I i1 .I .1 rie '_, t-,- l11i lm'1 "
date improvement.
Dr. Ripley, of Washington, D. C., is
having his trees set out since the rain.
The Patterson grove, and several acres
of land adjoining it, have been purchased
by Mr. E. Stewart, also of Washington,
and trees will be set as soon as possible.
Our Easter concert Sunday afternoon
drew out the usual large audience, the
school house being well filled. The
service included a scripture exercise on
the death and resurection of the Saviour,
quartette singing, solos by Mrs. Jaehde,
the beautiful "Resurrection Song," and
"Angel's Hymn of Praise to God."
While Mr. Jaehde gave two fine selec-
tions which were much enjoyed. Rev.
Mr. Moore, of Apopka, was present, and
gave an interesting talk on the origin of
ki fie Easter observance, and its present
!n.';6,|; .at;.,. The service has been
highly praised by many who made a
special effort to attend it. NEmo.
Circuit Court.
The following cases have been disposed
of in the Circuit court :
State vs. Chas. Netso, selling liquor;
nolle prosequi entered.
W. M. Tyier vs. G. M. Clayton,
assumpsit, damages $300; defendant
withdrew plea and court ordered dam-
ages assessed at $384.10 and $6,18 costs.
Marks & Co. vs. S. B. Hill, assumpsit,
damages $500. Jury found. for plaintiff
a verdict of $253.46.
South Florida Foundry and Machine
cotupany, a corporation, vs. J. H. N.
Guilford, assumtpsit, damages $250.
Defendant withdrew plea and court
ordered damages at $143.95 and $7.28 to
pay cosls.
S. J. Morrow vs. L. H. Geer, assump-
sit. Jury rendered verdict for $784.77
for plaintiff.
Mary Bricknell and Win. B. Bricknell
vs. Etta L. Matthews, administratrix of
Etta A. Gilbert, deceased, ejectment.
Plaintiffs through attorney asked that
one of the jurors be withdrawn and case
non-suited; whereupon plaintiffs were
assessed $6.96 to pay costs.
C. H. Smith and C. A. Haley, doing
business in the Orange County Bank,
vs. L. P. Wescott. Alex St. Clair-Abrams
and Nat Poyntz, late partners doing
business as the Tropical Construction
Company. Plaintiffs requested the case
non-suited, and court ordered the clerk
to collect from them $15.13 to pay costs.
City of Orlando, by F. S. Chapman,
mayor, vs. C. T. Gooding, assumpsit,
damages 3,000. This case was non-
suited and city appealed to the Supreme
court.
state for use of Orange county vs. A.
M. Hyer. This case was referred to G.
R. Newell.
N. A.,Cliff vs. J. H. Livingston, et al,
M. 0. Grumpier claiming to be prior
judgement creditor. Beggs & Palmer
were councellors for complainant and C.
F.iiP-iin for defendants. The case was
argued before the court and a decree in
favor of complainant was rendered.
State for use of M. Gore vs. J. R.
Montegue, et al. Suit was made on
bond for payment for advertising tax
sales. The case was argued on demurrer
interposed by defendant to plaintiff's
declaration, the demurrer Was sustained
and the plaintiff refused to amend decla-
ration and appealed to the Supreme


l I tlll i,,,lr I- 1, ,.,ill l. r I j.[,, lL 'i I ., in-
Ij county commissioners. It is hell
t at when county boards of health call
)',,r apl,,,];d,, iii.. to cover expense of
giaintainins! the board and protecting
the public health, it is the duty of com-
ri[~'.,,ir-t' n,, nnik ti, Ii. l-vy called for,
S |,I tl,,-+, hi.l f- il' .o liL,,r.rty to refuse
iI i n.l r lu ,,|ltr I I\ords, in such
'1 c s,, tII l.....,r~l -,I I,.ealitn are ,higher
aulh ro llii h,,.1,1 -'-1 L-immissioners.
Thn- I- I,.- 1. m1111. *i h,,, i lI ere has been
L 6'ilile ,]i]f-- n,,i ,ft,,it t r In the m inds of
a .ll, Ni l r Ie i 1~"r i v \.ent up from

,. ,, ,..,,,.1 ,t,,,,, i ,N.i -in D es
MNIi,--, Iowa, last week of iw r-- t'i
tion republicans. There we,.-..r,i hu,{-
dred and ninety-six delegates present,'
most of Itemn being temperance men
who had been prohibitionists, bntwhaving
found that prohibition does not prohibit
it, now favored the regulation of the
hlu,,r truill,- by high license. In his
pi-li'.. address 'the temporary chair-
man, Mr. G. M. Hubbell, of Davenport,
b,.1i- ,ll it. h I.1 been a life-long prohi-
'bitiiui-ti h-! hild done all in his power
t,., e O ,, i l. h I 1, -iiiiii. ry law in his
cif%, arnd hI.i himled. He was ready now
In .j.k llie- I'-i.itl re I,.ir some relief for
r.,',nnr,,unniu,-- ,i here prohibition is a
fjilor, 'I Ile ,,n\nvr tiion ,,l,' ,l resolu-
Ii,,ni,, -.iinr_ iii rth, :itl,., ,,' other things,
tli.ii oz-. ....l.,r ,',,il-, not, w ith i honor
to then,-r-i\ -, l ,..ihnger lend their aid to
irn ,.i. ,- ,,,t] Irian,' i.,inmunities all the
f.,..ll-,' ili,-'lts_,Il, iiniestrieted and un-
. .. 4 tii .| .... hu" ILt "k_.e tO i:.
. . ~rir, i .1 .,, m i ,, 11" in session to so
ail,-.iiirli. ;. ..n ," liquor law as to
giV." ['' I ,- O w i i l] ''is that so desire
to;irl Olw- i' %,,,-r, .iil ......t to a m inim um
h:.u.ii'- t., l,, ^'+.- I I.. ilhe legislature, to
r, ,,i.,t,. !1. I .. ,M)xicating liquors
through the medium of high license.

TaE confirmation of John R. Mizell to
be United States Marshal of the North-
ern District of Florida closes the first
chapter. What the succeeding chapters
will develop remains to be seen.
Swayne, Stripling and Mizell, to ad-
minister justice in the federal courts of
the State, without fear or favor or parti-
zan bias. The cunning hand of Hamil-
ton Disston seems to be dimly discerned
through the mists which hover about the
sa l-...ininii.t of Swayne, while Stripling
a nod Mizell were doubtless selected on
l i l',lli ii,- p.,im,. al t. ,re', I \\'r- once heard an ir-
t.,. - ..... .......... >. t "satain rebukt- r,._

1,A L I 0 l 4 IB1i'I' ll'l thcpt tPlla I I1'
EI|,, ]v' 1,-n Tl,-re were other KRe-
pill-Ill .111 1 1- it i t -i w hose -le i on
",+,,Ll, l h h, .a r,-.litable to theA ad-
iiiiiiit iir it l l, .ii A -.,i rce of .;|ir-nitn ? to
fill p.ri,,ll.h, .,I, pirty. There Were
oti|,r ,,,-, I 1 -I,, i .,, keeping per (i nal
fl i idilt,,.-l iiner.-l- would haye b en
eu ,-\ ,d.'\\ I .....l d have beex .
l..>i ttl .l 1a ,..1 -. ,inlirum l-d w ith o u t a 6 1k-` 1-
nizin.) lhe t,tet ii.-nt of the ReptI'h1"
< an i.pjr|', ,i'ii '.% ll.it begetting a,4eel-


..'",e stooltand lar ge1.struatl faB
= a Uivium M USICAL OutaBe
II= i nU ll )IlU lnliS y our respozslbllitry rom. iiiWS Se
!* fny.l Banker, ; stmater, M 1erhant or Exprasf Agj'
anl urpnnwlla be himpped at once on 'I' Days"
| Test Trial, and if not, after trial, satisfaetory, yoa -J^iliiHlk
l urn an ilayfstjh~h iolat
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tueet Iuog, frolm 3 o 4 iich \vidue, t and from[


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Of fine high pine land, having a bearing grove
upon It, with a 30 acre field under good fence
and planted with young trees; a nursery of
about 5,000 fine young trees, some budded and
most ready for budding. Every variety of cit.
rus fruit on the place, good tenant house of
five rooms, good water, and positively free from
all malaria.
Pine neighborhood, good schools, public and
private, and bhnrphb- of all denominations.
Postofflce :, iLh-,, D ,-I a mile and railroad sta-
tion 2Y. miles.
Property absolutely unencumbered and titles
perfect. Terms easy.
Apply to
Col. A. J. DALLAS. TU. S A.,


Orlando, Fia.


Just think of it! ONE bottle of Johnson'a
? TL A I ) AChill and i, ,-r i'.,t1ii-ir. 50 cents-is guar-
i, -' anteed to, I J.,al,' ..1--I i chronic case of chills
:0:_ __ and fever and PR9VENT the return nf the
-- :o: fever on the usual 71h 1]I "l-l. t, l ,, lr,
oachlnery in good running order, we have the following special brands dispensing with th" *i.. c :..t pd r. ]rlit,
re highly spoken of by Messrs. H. S. Kedney, J. C. Stovin, A. Hopwood Qninine and Arsenic aI.I Il.- |1-k....... ; .ir.
e, and others. This Rem edy is not ,Il';, Snt ,hn ,,- t Inil hie
cue anr ald preventive. t--lL 1 t-,i~, m. ii % iI
XNTERS' TRUE VALUE, No. 1, Tonic and appetizer. i tl ....i,iit Ihl-", ^ rl
of the Liver, clears the Skitn ,i ,,', ,'.l. I appear-
For Fall and Winter Use. Ane-n of wl(h 1,, th." ,hpt 1,n.1,1 ,L,...,j ,.s' a torpid
r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ %l I".r'l', ,"[1,... ,.,,,. power.
RANGE PLANTERS' TRUE VALUE, No. 2, Mr ','%%-,. ht,.a ,,.Pr. .r
For Summer Use. h, :\Oa- 1 -;:;,r^^ CL
Snr I 1, 1 rn 1 -.-tl low ,,,- a-lt,'[Ji h.- i.[,0the fact
d Q -'nnt .n T Ih, ,i i.. .r,...r it 1 n r.-Ri-lrii[ n'f the pre-
E and Nursery, , ,.i.... 1... -;ii,-,., thiat .t had
61 t. I h .t- i hr- d i- l l>nt
getablet 'Fert'ilizer' >" +' 1-,It i..... ... -,l,.rur Flat. called ottr
ge le Fertilizer, attention to the fa. In i i M,'t.],-, the rem.
edy had proved n-JtlIi" I- I'ptLi Investigat-
Peach Tree Fertilizer, f nthei... -.-... .. 't.....Malignant
types of 4...1." 4 it ctfhtr,.,1 tf- ,,nra
trying fever and prefer, i,.,.1 t, hql. '''htl
P in e a p p le F e r t iliz e r ,,, .... lie Liver is eu, i:^ ,';-;-L,. . ii,? i,; -i.'. .
toil lIIit ifew days ihi., r. r pti.~ Il u[,, l '., il1
RE FINE GROUND BONE, DISSOLVED BONE, BLOOD AND BONE, clea "i ryfrcby -- "sonrlo
e ear skin very forczbly shoW'Kw zseoto over
HlARD WOOD ASHES, COTTON SEED MEAL, TOBACCO STEMS, &c. "), ,,r+'t
l and prices. ,,i,.\ l- \ N'TEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION
LITTLE BROS.' GRAIN STORE, OR MONEY RETURNED.
FACTORY, COR. GERTRUDE AND ROBINSON RTR. FoR SALE BY
L. P. LAWRENCE & CO ... Orlando, Fla.
i^^^ From the "LAND OF FLOWERS."
'TT' T' ~~> d 'T A ~^ T~\Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29th, ISM9
11EE R- I S L -A- I* -;-I Mr A. B. 6trardeau,
l Savannah, G(i.,
)E N & U R S R I S Il D., x:-"va" "
kTG^'WQ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I- i haveC TTOTG^C! Iea l'-r'S fully testdd the Fe%*'r rTon le
Sr ,N Uyou sent me and have 1,, r,.|.irt :'- ii,., .,"
']"Ej N S* ij WJIJ Iii &ull,- 11tl%,[ tiihiln FV-1 t r itni[ i has enred.
MN -I ,'1,- I',ln Ir \ llr, .,1,h1,1 l,)i.,ri. n s- s to
E. CHAMPLIN, Manager. illv, it, in. I ,e,,ri ...[.I ir-r I hl -t;,4 espe-


HAINES, IOUNG & BAILEY,
4L STATE AGENTS FOR
NIAGARA WHITE



[GRAP VINES


Groat Succms wit Babis'
Pictures at tba BARNES' PHOTOGRAPHIC
PARLORS, Hudnall Block, Orange Avenue,
Orlando, Fla. 619


Selling out Sale.

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ALL GOODS OFFERED AT COST ON
ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL. to-
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N O SH A M SA LE. L" "*">'"
*.' ,iiinnnlllimlilll

Having decided to discontinue business A. H. CAREY.
here, we will offer our entire stock at cost. SOUTH ]
We do not wish to move any goods from U TH I
here, hence this clearing out sale.
All goods will be sold i...,t .,, at cost,
and everyb(.I, ; . .. .. f our r anm
l .can l i.l i., ..ir... .[.. what bargains
ItI., offered. T .

TERMS STRICTLY CASH, 0--

STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES avii(ngdournw
I. P. Janion, Dr. Henkl]
FOR SALE. ORANGE P
_:O.



lm625_ Young Tree

SLEMONS & TAYLOR Ve
--ARE RECEIVING A LARGE STOCK OF--

mTnPLr AND riAuCv DRY GOODSWe have alsoPUi
POTASH, STEVENS E
Send for pamphlets
STAPLE 4ni1 11111 I DRYl GUO HEAD OFFICE, LI
584tf
AND NOTIONS,

MAU iHtl, tats, Boos, Trunks, Itc, D

--WHICH THEY OFFER--;- GUARD
At Extremely Low Prices. .


B40 Acres


599tf




V


Orange County Reporter.


THURSDAY. APRIL 10. 1890. a
RI.ANrt) DIRECTORY.
ii 't ,iFFIEitR
tlayo' %t i Mia r k ,
irrs- .liin a K Lt le
qlar iml-- I. b~BeDinelt
,. e.(* -u r- -.' 5 B 11. N tli a g e r .
rOIIietor-r- i kelti
Trithr.:r-Ja' A. Krnx
lit, S,li iitir--.nn M. Cben" y.
,,letrmireu-E F %ptrr. i Ogilvie, D.
,,lcman. i E. I.tt,..onr. Gtee E Macy, Benj.
F. Bt..- .n, H. H [Ritk u.in.
,T >,j~ Nl0 :r~ llT E
Finrtn i-ti- 'lch-1. B." D an" l .41i"" ryi
.iireis. .anittii .l i,,J impT.veiftfnL-Macy,
Srperr) And l-Iith limn
I Iart and rool-H.:,lman. Johnson
and I i,. it.,n
kiie,. uL.j rdinanrtei-Bo,.-., [it kson and
J ohI n,.,-, n
W' itsr illd Fire pri:eil.,-:-ohiflon,Bowen
and Holeman.
City Cou'il t meetp first and third Thursday
.igDs of -thb moittth.. W. M. Ogilvie. Pres't
SHI 'iO I ES
Ii-Lhod si Epis.o ,as it tur,:h. uouih.( nrnerof
.l' il atil Jd( ks..t"o -tri l- -r ic.: t 11 a m .
S ti p.in. i-iD ,by , i t i a t I ( lass
m .[llrg al I F.rr irV T . t i.i- i 'elnilay
CtteriL., at7' .. It'
B i a I .. k % 1. M1. I .,ai I aatur.
W. G. Johnson. Chin t, B'I If -tewards.
p'r,.t.,ltert: ( hi i. -,( r eIes ( very Sanday
eill a M. 'JI iad .tN'..Oi at9t:SOa.m. Evening
I,.i i a 7 a in rr'avir meeting everyWedines-
da ;i V- it t. J. 0G. Patton, Pastor. .
Baptist Church Pine street, west of the South
Florida Railroad. ServlCts every Sunday at
10:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednes-
day evening, 7:30. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.
Congregational Church-Robinson Avenue
and Main Street. Services every Sunday at
11 o'clock. Sunday School at 9.45 a. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
J. Chris. Williams.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Main street,
north of the court house. Services every Sun-
day at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Ardh-Deacon S. B. Carpenter, Rector.
Episcopal Church at Conway. Services every
Sunday at 3 o'clock p. us.
Arch Deacon, Rev. S. B. Carpenter
Mrthodisl Eil-.t,.al Church- Services each
Stinda inu t't ^ Eni l Miion Room at10.45a.m.
aii.17 iaip in. Hur.a) tioolat9 S0a.m. Class
mr(lii,g at rit p In Prayer meeting at 7p.m.,
Thiirda eveliiit F. M. C. EADS, Pastor.
t .Jate-' aA tholi t. church, Orange Aveuue.
Miai lu o'cl. k a in cry Sunday. Evening
v.1,1ierA anda Ietne-ili LtiCn of the Blessed Sacra-
a -. Pi n, Sttida. Mass every day at
- ai.7 'a -. FatnerJ..J. Creed, Pastor
Y M. C. A.
Holds service every Friday evening at 7:30,
and Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rooms In
Lartigue building, corner of Church and Court
streets. Good library, Illustrated periodicals,
etc. The public cordially invited.
J. W. Anderson, President.
A, N. Adams, Rec. Sec'y.
Milton Dovel, Acting Gen'l Seecy.
MASONIC.
Orlando Lodge, No. 69, F. and A.M., meets on
the second and fourth Tuesday evenings of each
month. James M. Lane, W. M.
John B. Nokes, Sec'y.
Eureka Royal Arch Chapter, No. 7, meets on
the first and third Tuesday evening of each
month. Chas 0. Myers, H. P.
W. F. Barnes, See'y.
Olivet Commandery, No. 4, Knights Templar,
meets in stated conclave at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Fridays of each month.
Wm. H. Jewell, E. C.
Win. Frank Barnes, Recorder.
Orlando Lodge No. 20, 1.0. 0. F.
Orlando Lodge, No. 20, meets every Monday
evening at their hall on Orange avenue.
Frank Eaton. N. G.
E. A. Richards, See'y.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Welcome Lodge, No. 9, K. of P., meets every
thursday night, in Kuhl-Delaney building.
W. R:'OI'eal, C. C.
Carl Warfleld, K. R. & S.
Uniform Rank, K. of P., Orlando Division No.l,
meets in Kuhl-DeLaney building first and third
Wednesday night in each month.
W. H. Nall, S. K. C.
J. L.Bryan Recorder.
G. A. R.
U. S. Grant Post, No. 10, G. A. R., meets on
the 1st and 3d Thursday evenings of each
month at Odd Fellows' Hall.
J. W. Anderson, P. Cr.
A. W. Barber, Adjt.
KNIGHTS OF HONOR.
Orlando Lodge No. 3,189, K. of H., meets on
the first and third Friday nights of each month.
C. F. Akera, Dictator.
Geo. C. Munger, Reporter.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Stated meetings, first Monday night of each
month. Payments received during business
hours every Monday and from 7 to 8:30 p. m.
itooms in First National Bank building, cor-
ner Orange avenue and Pine streets.
Chas. H. Munger, Pres't.
Carl Warfeld, Sec'y.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
SOUTH BOUND.
Jacksonville Express arrives at 8.13 p. m.,
bringing Western and Florida mails.
Fast Mail arrives at 6.08 p. m., bringing
Northern and Eastern mails.
T., 0. & A. Mail arrives at 8.30 p. m.
NORTH BOUND.
Local to offices between Orlando and Sanford
I n t l hdi li i li l'. d i ,d r ta i t a t 1 1 j % it n a il
for ihi ILi-rmrui tliht "- 0'tii- A. ill r'e isliverei
F iil M all ilatt, itll 11 !T,. itt
U. A. l&na 'i. t .i i ll ir.
B 'e roni1 Ile 6 at 7 .llI I m and a. ri elt E
,on TUn .liv [ii.I Fridliiv.
ldall arri'ti it m s,..1 d ,i ..i i
tir'iad '. Wt -1 tiii itit ntl _ad lir.,]q
Wi-t. Wd, i u* a! h nr d ', l,rt .,rrlr li
rnd all iman t for rilrtnt ir ii, (li.-ir: al
[ h ^ ^ iir,--,-littrii itlint- ^UJ, a, 1 a.m.
a Di in '. unrilul ail.,r i rriliT niTlh i distri-
ibniI <.f N.rlhern mall. Money Order-Open
fr i.t w, ito 4 i. hi.
Sufficient time will l.,t glirn fi.r If livery of
mails when train is "ati ir s'"i*laynlght
mails. jA I 'LANN EY.P.M.
COURTS.
Circuit Court for Orange County-Spring
t1,ni .io,.tnire the nr-i Tuesday in April Fall
1 lrni, tih .liilrh Titti,ilay in October.
John D. Broome, Judge,
J. D. Beggs, Solicitor,
D. S. Shine, Clerk.
Criminal Court of Record.-Convenes the first
Monday in January, March, May, July, October
and December. C. G. Butt, Judze,
rJ. Hugh Mtrphy, Solicitor.
M. R.Desha, Clerk.
County Court.-Convenes on first Monday of
every month. J. L. Bryan, Judge.

DIED:-Arthur D. Stevens, of Clay
springs, April 1st, 1890.
GEN W. D. BARNES, State Comptroller,
\ of Tallahassee, was in Orlando on busi-
ness yesterday.
OLIVET Commandery No. 4, Knights
Templar, will meet in stated conclave
to-morrow night.
MARRIAGA licenses were issued last
month to twelve white and four colored
couples in Orange county.
ELMER BENNETT, son of Marshal Ben-
nett. after a tour of several weeks in
Georgia, has returned to Orlando.
MRs. E Hudnall left Tuesday to visit
the relatives of Mr. Hudnall in Jack-
sonville and attend the military drill.
MR. I. S. Murray and bride, the for-
mer an attache of this office, returned a
few days since from their bridal tonr to
Cincinnati.
MB, C. R. Whittier, who has been
passing some weeks with his friend Mr.
A. C. Aldrich, left yesterday on his re-


turn to New York city.
Miss Nellie Wilson. the popular as-
sistant teacher of the Orlando public
school, left yesterday to pass the en-
suing summer in Reynolds, Georgia.
THE following are among the Oviedo
representatives visiting Orlando this
week: Messrs. Joseph Leinhart, A. P.
Farnell, 0. N. Larson, Fred. Nelson,
C. 0. Swanson and James Holtzclaw.
AT a meeting of the city council held
on the 3rd inst., nothing was done save
auditing the list of accounts and order
ing them paid. The next meeting will
be held to-night.
Mg. W. E. Giles, brother of Mr. Jas.
L. Giles, of this city, and Miss Rosetta
W. Roberson, both of Zellwood, were
married at that place last Sunday, Rev.
M. A. Jeffcoat officiating. The couple
spent last Monday night in Orlando.
SERVICES in West End Mission Room
next Sunday. F. M. C. Eads, the pas-
tor, will preach morning and evening
on: "Keeping the Faith," and "Moses
and Christ compared." A cordial invi-
tation extended to all. Services at 10:45
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
THE Shine Guards, about fifteen rank
and file, under command of Capt. B. H.
Kuhl, took advantage of the "uniform"
rate, donned their "fatigues" and left
Monday night for Jacksonville to wit-
ness, not participate in, the competitive
drill at the Sub-Tropical.
MRs. Gilkey and daughter, Miss Susie
Gilkey, of Jefferson, 0., sister and niece
respectively of Mrs. E. L. King of Or-
lando,with whom they have been spend-
ing several weeks, left last Tuesday for
the North. Mrs. King and son, Dr.W. S.
King, accompanied them home.
JUDGE M. B. Wood, wife and daugh-
ters left Sunday night. They have bepn
stopping at the San Jisn for about
three weeks Mrs Wmod had hpen
quite ill but had nsufficiently recovered
to be iaken to T niomasvill', Ga., where
she and daughters will remain some
timn until tie Juilde gets back 4rom


MR. N. A. Cliff, of British Canada, is
visiiing Orlando, I,,nkinu after his prop-
ertv interest here.
THE Euchre Club will be entertained
at the residence of Mrs. Bidwell, south
of the city, to-morrow night.
PROF. N Robinson, State chemist
from Tallahassee, is spending the week
in Orlando among his friends.
Miss Myrtle Nichiles, who has been a
guest of the San Juan for several weeks,
left last Friday for hier home in Bristol,
Tenn.
Now is the time to make returns on
your property to the assessor for taxa-
tion. Blanks will be furnished by the
assessor upon application.
DON'T neglect to pay your taxes. It
is now tints that both county and city
taxes were paid. To neglect it too long
involves expense and annoyance.
MR W. L E. T'Nlor, who has been
visiting .I .. ,- Mr J. ). Taylor,
.t Witil, P tineii .i v ral (lays
i this cit* a iAlr.W. P Kyle, leaving
last Monday foi his home in Aiken, S.C.
HIRAM Beasly has a cow that beats
the record. She has had four calves
in the last ten months, two at a time,
the first two having lived but a few tlays,
but the last couple are living and doing
well.
EUREKA Royal Arch Chapter will meet
in stated convocation next Tuesday night,
at 7:30 o'clock. Companions should re-
port promptly, that important business
may be dispatched and the chapter closed
at an early hour.
OVIEDO growers in the city this week
make very favorable reports of the pros-
pect for a fair orange crop in that vi-
cinity. They say that even the trees
upon which thp bloom was frosted are
budding out again.
EASTER services at the Episcopal
church last Sunday were largely at-
tended. The music was very fine, the
church was beautifully decorated for the
occasion, and the discourse by Rev.
S. B. Carpenter, rector, was able and
impressive.
THE Congregational church social
given by the ladies of that church at
the suburban residence of Mr. L. Steb-
bins last Friday evening was attended
by quite a goodly number of people from
the city, and the occasion was a very en-
joyable one.
R. J. GILLHAM is taking orders for
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. The
copyright upon one of the editions hav-
ing expired the price is reduced, and
Gillham is furnishing them at prices
which should secure a large number of
sales: $4.50 delivered
PROF. C. C. Case who has been hold-
ing a musical convention at Winter
Park, closed his labors there last week
with a concert which was largely at-
tended and which gave the music loving
people of that place much gratification.
The Prof. has won the esteem of all who
made his acquaintance.
Mas. H. M. Granniss and little daugh-
ter Hattie, together with Miss Emma
Granniss, left last Monday morning to
join Dr. Granniss in Macon, Ga., where
they will spend the summer and perhaps
reside permanently. The good wishes
of a host of friends go with them. The
REPORTER will follow them.
MR. F. J. Kennard, the efficient
draughtsman of the Peirce & Torry
Investment Company of this city, and
Miss Annie McLeod, daughter of Mrs.
J. P. Hughey, of Linden, Sumter coun-
ty, were married at that place last
Tlhoi,..l,\, r,. Ird i ri-, I r I ,'-i ..i -
Idtlilg. Thnt e-tioile % ill re,i.j.le in ir-
.n, til,..
T iI..' new school hiile at C.hililii 'Al I.
rnearl. i..mplrlu-,. Ni'.- a orknt.-n ',re
emplh.'e" i ie It an,: ith -.a. n-<- h m.,:
run.he.I TI-e l.iiIl.hing. i- eitli.-e.I anl
floors laid ant-,now t or finis,
is in hand. I he P .iii fffi r a sub-
stantial and roomy one, and will beable
to accommodate the public schools of
that thriving burg for a number of
years.
A BATCH of Orlando bachelors recently
called at a house at which were several
young ladies. While the boys were
deeply engaged in conversation with
some of the ladies, another of the girls
slipped out quietly and hid the boys'
hiats. When time came to leave the
boys could not find said hats, and
started home, but when near tie gate
found them on their canes stuck up in
the sand.
FIsHING on the upper St. Johns river
is reported specially good. Thomas
Laubach recently caught a wagon load
in a day. ant other parties are reported
to have done equally as well. It is re-
ported that Sanford fishermen are to
take their nets Up there and go for the
fish for market. Residents of that sec-
tion are not pleased at this prospect,
anil threats of putting snags into the
river are indulged in.
Mu. F. W. LYMAN whose donation of
a gymnasium to Rillins College was re-
cently noticed in these columns, let the
contract lor the building last week. It
is to cost five thousand dollars. Work
will be commenced at once and the
building is to be completed by the be-
ginning of the next school year. This


act on the part of Mr. Lyman is a very
graceful expression of his high regard
for the college. He has from the first
been an active worker in all measures
which would advance the interest of the
town or the college. He has been gen-
erous with both time and money, and
he is having the satisfaction of seeing
the plans which he has aided so gene-
rously mature into substantial forms.
AT the Wimer cottage, on Lake
Minnie, this city, last Friday at 7:30 a.
mn., Mr. James A. Dickey, of Frankfort,
Ky., breathed his last. He came to
Orlando in December in the hopes of
being benefitted in health, but con-
sumption had become too far advanced,
and he gradually grew worse until death
ensued at the time above mentioned.
He was, during his last illness, sur-
rounded by relatives, his father, Mr. M.
Dickey, his brother, a sister, and an
uncle by same name as deceased, all of
whom are from Independence, Va.,
save the uncle, who resides in Bristol,
Tenn. The deceased was twenty-nine
years of age, and was a successful busi-
ness man, and a.good citizen. He lead
a consistent life and his death was that
of a devoted Christian. The remains
were taken byhv the sorrowing relatives
for it, riiinteni Independence.
S. L f:vB A itr was in from the east
side of the county on Monday last. He
reports the trees in his section rapidly
recovering from the effects of the recent
cold, and expresses the opinion that
people were more scared than hurt. He
says he had hoped that some one would
find phosphate in the vicinity of the St.
Johns river, but thus far it is not defi-
nitely known that any has been found.
Upon his own land lie has found an
unnamed something which he is a little
curious about. He brought in a sample.
It resembles some of the phosphate of
other localities a little in some respects,
while in others it is entirely dissimilar.
It stands the arvid test, is of a light grey
.ii>r, s-,mewhbat resembles clay, is free
ft-t o ilirs. ibut contains millions of
lniiiig pa srti'les which look like minute
fl ek4- 'if mica. He haIs nrot prospected
I -r "n, ohti t, ascertain the extent of the


Miss Anna Bockee, of Orange City, is
visiting her friend Miss Mamie Bidwell.
"THE Value of Time" will lie a sub-
ject of discourse by J. Chris. Willianms
at thie Congregational church next Sun-
day morning.
Miss Naomi Forsythe and Miss Salie!
Mullins, who have been visiting Orlando
several weeks, left this morning for their
home in Harrodsburg, Ky.
MRS. J. J. Hammond, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hicks, arrived in
Orlando from Indianapolis last Saturday
and will remain several weeks.
REV. J. W. Lynch, pastor of the First
Baptist church of Danville, Ky., is
spending several (lays with his friends,
Mr,. and Miss McAllister, at the San
Juan.
MAJ. J. 0. KERBEY, author of the
"Boy Spy," after a stay of about two
months with his Nfriends, Mr. and Mrs.
Wink',nian, left alt night for Wash
Ing".. I) C.
.MRS. I'riuible and daughters, Misses
Ella and Nannie Trimble, after several
weeks' sojourn at the San Juan, left
yesterday morning for their home in
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
THE Orlando Building and Loan Asso-
ciation adjourned its regular monthly
meeting to next Monday night. Mem-
bers wishing to borrow money would do
well to bear this in mind.
THE amount of rain-fall for March,
1890, was 1.40 inches; amount for corres-
ponding month of 1889 was 1.77 inches.
The rain-winds during the mouth were
southeast, northwest and east.
MR. Chas. Lord, who, for so long has
been the obliging clerk of Taylor &
Bowen, has given up that position, andti
after a little respite fr tn business cares,
will e-m 1ia -hliin -,.-I. buin business upon
his own hook.
MRS Brown and daughter, Lula, of
Ocoee, have been with us for a few days
enjoying the Easter service on Sunday,
the San Juan and a trip to Winter Park.
They know how to get the fullest meas-
ure of enjoyment out of Florida life.
AT the Presbyterian church last
(Easter) Sunday morning the beautiful
pure, white floral decorations were
arranged in prodigal profusion about the
chancel and pulpit stand. The ladies of
that church always excel in that partic-
ular department.
MR. PECK, who recently purchased the
John Ivey place about four miles west
of town, has set seven acres to Niagara
grapes this spring. In doing this he
has acted wisely. He is in the advance
guard of the men who are developing a
new industry lihre, and will be among
the first to reap the benefits of his en-
terprise.
THE reduction in telegrahpic rates over
the South Florida telegraph line, went
into effect this week. A day message of
ten words can now be sent to any point
on the line for twenty-five cents, and
two cents for each additional word
Night messages are twenty-five cents
and one cent for each additional word
over ten.
MR. Frank W. Taylor, of Morristown,
Tenn a cousin of Rev. G. Taylor, of
this city, and Miss Laura Feamster, of
Lewisburg, W. Va., will be married at
the latter place on the 17th inst. Mr.
Taylor and Miss Feamster will be re-
membered as having spent the winter of
1888-9 in Orlando.
THE closing exercises of the Orlando
public school given at the opera house
last Mondlay night, drew a very good
hi.,ii-. The program consisted of good
rin-1u,. t ie..ch r-i and pupils, calisthenic
cexort ,- l.iwn tennis driUl, recitations
aRi d.laliii,,>., all of which gave
l ~ ld,, li.q. hand1 Ii, hti l nlh i rd,,
Pr..f& L (i.'i ir *lhh ililil liti;ii alIt-
^^^ ^^^ rr.r .*.' 11. -dm 1,1.m aidi
] Pi-,aini- aandQ t-p-Lpils one

UPON application of Mr. M. R. Deshs,
during the present term of court, for
license to practice law, Judge Broonme
appointed Col. W. R. A.ii,.. ard Mr. W.
L. Palmer as a committee to examine
said applicant. They reported favora-
bly, and Mr Desha was admitted to
practice law before the courts of the
Stale. He is a self-made man and has
in him the essential elements of success,
and will some day make his mark.
Miss Mary Fleming, after a visit of
about five weeks, left for Knoxville,
Tenn., last night to resume her place
in the choir of the Secoud Presbyterian
chur,>'h. During her stay here she gen-
erously contributed hitr sweet voice to
several musical entertainmnents and to
the choir of the Methodist cthurcht every
Sunday. She is a great favorite of the
people of Orlando, whose good wishes
follow her to her East Tennessee home.
Miss CUSACK was greeted by as large
an audience at the Methodist church
iast Sunday night as ever was in that
building. Not only were thle pews and
mauy extra seats arranged about tile
house filled, hut all of the available
standing room in the aisles and it tilt-
rear of the church was packed. Thie
lecture occupied about an houir and was
attentively listened to. As advertised
she spoke of her experience as a nun.
Many have expressed the wish that she
might give a course of lectures on the
subject. The music was especially fine
on that occasion.


BESIDES the routine work done at this
week's meeting of the county commis-
sioners, a resolution was adopted author-
izing Judge J D. Beggs as State attor
ney to advertise for plans and specifica-
tions for buildings on the county poor
farm, said advertisement to be put in
one paper each in the following nlaees:
Orlando, Sanford and Apopka. Another
resolution was adopted authorizing
Judge Beggs to advertise for plans and
specifications for the new court house,
said advertisement to be put in tihe
Manufacturers' Record of Baltimore,
and any other paper in the discretion of
Judge Beggs, he may see proper.
MR. Robert Anderson and wife, of
Idaho, have just left Orlando after
spending several weeks with their rela-
tives, Miss M.'-C. Logan and Mrs. Helm
and family. While here they visited
Winter Park, the St. Cloud sugar farm
and other nearer points of interest, and
were much pleased with their visit
Mrs. A. especially admired the orange
groves, lakes and flowers, that all seem-
ed so different from the arctic weather
she left behind, and Mr. Anderson wrote
very interestingly 0And pleasantly of his
Florida experiences to his home paper,
and it is among the possibilities that
they may turn some of their extensive
Idaho interests into a Florida orange
grove.
A CASE was concluded in the circuit
court last Tuesday that involved some
intricate points of law concerning prior
judgment, and much interest was felt
in the final result. The case was that
of N. A. Cliff vs. J. H. Livingston, M. 0.
Crumpler et al., and was a case in chan-
cery. Crumpler set up judgment pur-
chased from Nat. Poyntz, cashier, and
claimed that the judgment was a prior
lien to mortgage of Cliff. The com-
plainant claimed that the judgment had
been paid off and extinguished. The
case was argued Tuesday afternoon and
the court decreed that the judgment set
up by Crumpler had been paid, and the
answer of Crumpler was ordered dis-
miased.B RPegs & Palmer represented


One hand painted drape, Mrs. .1. B. Nokes,
One silver tea bell, Mr. W. L. Wescott.
One photograph album, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
White.
One set silver teaspoons and napkin ring,
Dr. and Mrs. James Green, Kentucky.
One photograph case, Miss Oma Coffey.
One mustard and salt spoon, Miss Alice Coffey.
One silver molasses pitcher, Mr. and Mrs.
Coffey.
Napkin rings, Mr, W. F.P Way, Sanford, Fla.
One sugar spoon, Mr. J. B. Nokes.
One steel engraving, Mrs, J. S. Cook.
One Dutchess lace handkerchief, Mr.J.R.Peel.
One pickle castor, Mr. Alex. McGregor.
One silver syrup cruet, Dr. E. Jenuings, Day-
ton, Ohio.
One set silver spoons, Mrs. J. B. Parramore
and Mrs. Cruteher.
One sugar spoon, Mr. Frank E. Bowman,
Pittsburg.
Two napkin rings, Miss Annie and Mr. Thorn-
well McRae.
One silver butter knife, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Beeks.
One hand-painted ( iit.t'tli drup. Miss Nel-
lie Beeks.
One fascinator, Mrs. E. L King.
One butter dish, Mr. and Mrs. Gore.
One silver spoonholder, Miss Eva Gore.
One sugar spoon and butter knife, Miss Liz-
zie Gillen, Pennsylvania.
One bronze pitcher, Mr. and Mrs. C J. Hicks
One umbrella case, Mrs. M. R. Thorne, Pitts-
burg, Pa.
One sugar spoon and butter knife, Miss
Newton, Kentucky.
One paper rack, Mr. Charles Wimer.
One clock ornament. Miss Nettie Foster.
One hand painted bannerette, Miss Clara Fos-
ter.
One silver lettuce fork, the Misses Lindsey,
Kentucky.
One oyster ladle, Miss Pearce, Pittsburg.
One pie knife, Mr. Waters Howe.
One carving set, Mr. E. L. Sears, Dade City,
Fla.
One book, Mr. Richard Gaines Pryor, Ken-
tucky.
One beaded jacket, The Cook.
One hanging tlamp, Mr. T. H. Waller, Ken-
tucky.
One silver vinegrette. Mrs. W. H. Holden.
One set silver teaspoons, Misses Mary and
Cora Holden.
Sachet bags, Mrs. Abbott and daughter.
One Cathedral clock, Col. and Mrs. J. De V.
Hazzard, Eustis, Fla.
One gasoline stove, Mamma and Papa.
Marooners Returned.
Mr. A. C. Aldrich, city surveyor, and
his friend Mr. C. R. Whittier, of New
York, returned last Sunday night from
a pleasant marooning expedition of


mee, sailing from thence down the Kis-


Brilliant Wedding.
Several weeks ago were isstsed cards
announcing the approaching nuptials of
Mr. William H. Nail and Miss Olive
Blanche Foster, and in contemplation
ot the brilliant event which transpired
at the Presbyterian church last night
Orlando's society circles have been upon
the tiptoe of pleasant excitement.
Long before the appointed hour, those
of the numerous friends of the popular
couple who held cards of invitation had
gathered at the above church, all eager
to witness the merging of two young
hearts into one.
The church had been tastily deco-
rated with evergreens, moss, palmetto
palms and flowers, the beautiful ar-
rangement andi blending of which pro-
duced a feeling little short of enchant-
ment. Running over the arches of
and gracefully falling in loops between
the windows on either side of the church
,,r( testoons of evergreens and flowers,
x, ntling across the rear corners of the
building and reaching between the win-
d(lows in the back of the church. A
handsome floral arch spanned the space
in front of the pulpit. Perched on top
of the arch sat a floral dove holding in
its beak a bow of ribbon, from which
depended a beautiful monogram of the
letters N. F., deftly woven in with red
and white rose buds. Back of the arch
was a table banked with flowers and
evergreens, surmounted by a cornucopia
of rare exotics. The large vases about
the stand were beautifully orna-
mented with choicest flowers. The
chandeliers were elaborately decorated
with hanging baskets, antd wreaths ex-
tended from and looped from one spray
of jets to another.
At 8 o'clock the bridal party arrived
anti, to the swveet- notes of Wagner'e
wedding march, "Lohengrin," that
welled up from the organ under the
master touch of Mr. Carl Warfield, filed
slowly into the church in the following
order: The ushers, Messrs. B. H. Kuhl
and E. Kirby Smith leading down the
center aisle, and the remaining four
ushers, Messrs. Gus. C. Hart, H. G. Gar-
rett, C. R. Coffey and E. S. Scruggs,
leading in couples down the side aisles.
Following them came the attendants,
three couples going down the right and
three down the left aisle; Mr. E. M.
Shepherd and Miss Cora Holden; Mr.
W. L. Palmer and Miss Mary Holden;
Mr. J. Edward Allen and Miss Mainie
Bidwell; Mr. H. L. Beemnan and Miss
Eva Gore; Mr. L. P. Lawrence and Miss
Nellie Beeks; Mr. T. S. Coart and Miss
Onia Coffey. Then came the bride
leaning on the arm of hier sister and
maid of honor, Miss Clara Foster, tak-
ing the left aisle, and the groom upon
the arm of his best man, Mr. J. N.
Bradshaw, going by the right aisle.
They met in front of the pulpit and
stood in the shape of a semi-circle, with
the bride and groom immediately under
the arch arid the floral love, while Rev.
J. G. Patton advanced and in a solemn
manner pronounced the ceremony that
made them manan and wife.
The bride appeared a vision of love-
liness, being attired in a dress of white
corded silk en train, with brocaded front
and covered with a silk tull- veil.
The bridesmaids were all beautiful in
their costumes of white China silk.
The groom presented a handsome
appearance in a suit of conventional
black.
The ushers and attendants were ap-
propriately attired in black.
The ceremony over, a short and earn-
est prayer went up for the newly made
pair, and the bridal party filed out of
the church to the music of Mendels-
sohn's Wedding March, and were
driven to the residence of the bride's
pnr,,nt!, Maj andt Mrs. P. A. Foster,
At .,-ti a t.i..t..-r 6f invS v' a-'- jtaas i.sc' r-.
bledtto-extend their congratulations to
the couple and enjoy the sumptuous and
elaborate supper prepared for the occa-
siotn.
The supper over, the bridal party
were driven to the South Florida depot,
where the bride anid groom took the
11: 30 o'clock train to spend a part of
the honeymoon at St. Augustine.
The bride is too well known in society
circles to necessitate any extended men-
tion. She is the daughter of Maj. and
Mrs. P. A. Foster, and besides possess
ing all the intrinsic qualities ot heart
and mind that most highly adorn and
ennoble womanhood, she has the at-
tractions of personal beauty and mental
and artistic culture that have rendered
her a pet and favorite in society circles.
The groom is well and favorably
known as one of the leading social
and business young men of the city,
and is universally admired and loved
by all.
The following is a list of the presents;
One berry dish and berry spoon, nut cracker
and tnt picks, Mother Goose and her Goslings.
Ilandsome onyx clock, Mr. Nat. Poyntz, J. B.
Poytntz and 0. T. Poyntz.
Bronze clock, from Presbvterian Choir.
Silver and gold nut basket, the Groomsmen.
Silver cream and sugar set, First National
Bank.
China tea set, from Shine Guards.
Dinner set, from Mr. Jas. A. Beal.
Onyx clock, Mr. and Mrs. Herron, Mononga-
hela City, Pa.
Chamber set and bed spread, Mrs. Jas. A.
Beal.
One silver cake basket, Mrs. Landrum and
Mrs. Allisos.
One set silver teaspoons, Mrs.'A. I. Bidwell.


The above named gentleman, who has
been recently called to, and accepted
the pastorate of the Baptist church of
this city, arrived here last Friday from
High Point, N. C., accompanied by his
wile. He preached his first sermon to
the congregation of the above church
last Sunday a. min., taking his text from
the 25th verse of tilje 73rd Psalm:
"Whom have I in Heaven but Thee?
And there is none upon earth that I
desire besides Thee."
The discourse was not only able and
terse, but was characterized by an ele-
gant diction and depth of logic that
carried conviction to the hearers, and
convinced all that the speaker was not
only possessed of rare scholarly attain-
ments, but of a genuine piety that is a
pre-requisite to a successful pastorate.
Pleasant Receptioln.
The Ladies' Auxiliary t0 the Y. M.
C. A. tendered the members of the
association one of those pleasant re-
ceptions at their rooms last night. The
musical program was of choice selec-
tions. The quartette, "My opening eyes
with rapture see," as sung by Misses
McAllister, Fleming and Curtis, and
Messrs. Guernsey and Curtis, was
highly enjoyed, as was also the beau-
tiful solo, "When the tide comes in,"
rendered by Miss McAllister, who was
followed by Miss Flemint, who sang
"Anchored," and upon being encored
delighted htier hearers with "Suwannee
River." Miss Bettie IDIvis, of George-
town, Ky was prevailed upon to recite
Longfellow's Lady Wentworth, and her
auditors were thrilled by her earnest
and unaffected style, that captured
every one in the house. Miss McAl-
lister seemed at her best-in the solo,
"Annie Laurie." Miss' Fleming then
sang "Sweet Margaretta" with fine
effect, and afterwards "Margurite,"
which was also well received. Mrs.
Jewell ably presided at the organ. The
socia! as well as the musical features of
these receptions are always of the most
pleasant nature.

Methodist Musicale.
A large and appreciative audience
assembled at the opera house last Thurs-
(lay evening to attend the musical
given by the ladies of and for the bene-
fit of the Melhi.-lit etilirch. From the
published announcements and the attrac-
tive program arranged fr tte ocu'asion,
every individual member of the audience
very naturally e??-'i'dei something
above the common in the way of a musi-
cal entertainment, and none were dis-
appointed. The participants were at
their best, and each one seemed to en-
deavor, and successfully, too, to'excel
his or her former ff.,riTn-. The enter-
tainment opened with tle beautiful
chorus, "Hail! Smiling Morn," which
was so beautifully rendered as to pro-
duce an effect akin to inspiration.
Miss Fleming and Mr. Rodolf sang the
duet, "Miserere," in an excellent man-
ner that won perfect storms of applause.
The quartette, "Little Johnnie Hor-
ner," sung by Miss Fleming, Mrs.
Guernsey, Messrs. Curtis and Guernsey,
proved one of the most pleasant and
catching features of the evening.
Miss McAllister's, rendition of Schu-
bert's "Serenade," was an exhibition of
artistic and cultured vocal talent that
even professionals might covet. This
was followed by liberal applause which
was continued until Miss Mt-Allisitar was
recalled, when she sang, in a manner
none the less catching, the old, but ever
beautifully new song. "Annie Laurie,"
Miss Pomeroy and Mr. Cheney won
golden opinions of their vocal culture by
singing "Fly Away Birdling," and the
unstinted applause that ensued showed
what high appreciation of their effort
the auditors entertained. ,
Miss McAllister and Mf. Allen were
heartily applauded for their decidedly
creditable and beautiful rendition of the
charming duet, "Maying."
The very able and beautiful manner of
Miss Fleming's rendition of "The
Message," by Blumental, was of a
nature eminently calculated to bring out
the beauties of the message and illus-
trate the rare talent of the messenger.
She was encored and sang in her own
peculiar manner, "Jamie," much to the
delight of her hearers.
The trio, "La Carita," as sung by
Misses McAllister and Fleming and
Mrs. Guernsey, was well received and
roundly applauded.
The solo, "Non-E-Ver, was rendered
by Mr. Rodolf in a very praise-worthy
manner that plainly showed him to be
no novice as a vocalist.
The last musical feature of thie pro-
gram was the male quartette, which was
well tendered by Messrs. Rodolf, Curtis,
Guernsey and Warfield.
The several tableaux, Pygmalion and
Galatea, Joan of Arc and Jacob's Dream,
were well put on and so arranged as to
produce the most favorable spectacular
effects.
This article would be incomplete with-
out a special mention of the very credi-
table manner in which Miss Edgar told
"How Reubenstein played the piano."
Mr. Wimer's humorous selection was
well read and much enjoyed.
Mr. Warfield, as usual, did himself
credit as accompanist.
The regular exercises over, refresh-
ments were served and the tables were


liberally patronized. The net receipts
of the occasion were of a satisfactory
nature.

Assessor's Notice.
The appointment of Deputy Assessors for
Orange county are;
F. G. McMurray. Dist. No. 2, Maitland;
Dist, No. 9, Longwood.
Win. Beardall, Dist. No. 3, Sanford;
Dist. No. 4, Paola.
Philip Isaacs, Dist. No. 5, Oviedo;
Dist. No. 6, Geneva.
C. T. Steever, Dist. No. 7, Chuluota;
Dist. No. 8, Gabriella.
J. R. Wise, Dist. No. 10, South Apopka.
R. J. Wright, Dist. No. 11, Apopka;
Dist. No. 12, Zellwood.
All persons liable to taxation are requested to
make-their returns of real and personal estate
to the deputies of the district in which such


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utetsils and camping appara us, and
were completely at liome when and
wherever the shades of night overtook
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specimens of plumed birds. Mr. Aid-
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too crooked for good sailing, Lake Okee-
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hundred miles, and that it is at once
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enjoyable. They sold their boat down
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ance. They advise those in search of
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Florida, for information as to si .r .. i, r.,I
chara( t r .1 i..i.l,,_ Plans and "i" i.. ii, .
to be ,i.i-,it, .i i'. 2d day of June, 1890.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all plans which may be submitted.
By order of the Board of County Commis-
stoners. B. F. WIIITNER, Chairman.
Attest: D. S. SHINE. Clerk.
Orlando, Florida, April 9,1890. w628



Nursery Trees,


Go toW. P. KYLE, For


STOVES,



TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE,

Roofing, Guttering and General Jobbing,

AND THE CELEBRATED GALVINIZED WASHING TUB.

Orlando, Florida.

AW ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF WORK. 611


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I have been ih ir it 1. Mrirtin Liter Pills
in my family for i..r\ i a, ar. ,ti.l1am i ati fied
that there is n.. ., t fo ii. I i ii, o 1 lira.1 ea.ed
of this climate. n M I. |
Paul Jones is an old, rich, mellow
Rye Whisky, positively warranted
pure and wholesome
For sale by Co(ol.. A .,lm-.. u.i \ t I WIt-
it_ tltn. A i,. 5610

Orlando Price Cllurrent.
Below will be fiundiil list ol prices of
many of the it-ailing arit hl-s %\ which will
be needed by ilie ue %ho C.nie Io Florida
to make new huMiie-s.
II \ ,I AARliE.
Plows, Oliter chillei, $- 5, 11 25.
Southern Agrirltuiira.il ,; 5i I. S 10,
Starke's Dixie $l. 7.iii .iit, lifli-ley''s
-.range plow $i, Kalamazno cultivator
$, spades and hjuvels 5trO-l ti23, rakej.__
: .3i, boss 4Ocjflri.3 <- W SSH
Barbed wire lencing 5c per pound,
wire netting, several vhilihs, t&i.-4Uc
per yard.
Axes 75c@1 25, Disaton's handsaws
$1 75, narrow crosscuts ,.." per 1001,
nails, 20 stylesand sizes $2 '.sit 4 0 per
keg.
. Stoves $6@ 35 00, refrigeraltirs $1)
@25 00, rim knob locks -'\. iris e 2.:e-,
buckets 15@60c, pumps $2 ')0,.7 0.0,
drive well sand proof poiiints j 4.-'i,, 00,
shot $1 75 per bag, powder *5 per keg.
BUGGIES AND I%, AGONi.
One horse wagons $40,. ii 00, to
horse wagons $.rit( 1'i 00, bugh.,
$50@150, carts $35@50 00, liarnie,
single $7@25 00, double $18@50 wt, bit-
die $1@5 00, saddles $3@20 00.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS.
Rough pine lumber $13 per 1,000 per
feet; cypress, $30 per 1,000; dressed
square pine $18, novelty siding $16, dry
flooring $17, ceiling $17, monldings 50c
to $4 per 100 feet. These price apply to
material in the yard or delivered on
board the cars in Orlando. The better
quality of curly pine commands high
prices, and for finishing panels and other
fine inside work it is more desirable -
even than rosewood or mahogany. It
possesses a pearly luster and richness of
grain that cannot be i.,artril lh any
artificial process hiiiheriu dtr.i wIOt-
This curly pine is worth from sth1 too .1O
per 1,000 feet, and tihe demoii urous
larger each year. Very good cabinet
lumber is obtained from native ash,
hickory, magnolia and red bay. This
last wood is known as "Florida mahog-
any," and has a rich red color, with a
close grain susceptible of a very high
polish. The trunks of cabbage palms
are also sawed into material of different
kinds. Cedar lumber is quite scarce,
and brings from $40 to $100 per 1,000
feet. Cedar posts for fencing, 7 feet
long, can be had at from $17 to $20 per
100 by the carload; 20c and 25c apiece
singly. They will last a life time.
The prices of building material are, of
course, liable to fluctuate, but the pres-
snt prices are as follows: Doors $1 10@fi
LRJO, l 1t, t CHI. hllinii I N'cm 1 50,
Sii'lu ,t ., reeni, .. 1,,. I Otl, dor screens
$1l 2,-' a i i, pajil~ .fl 41.1-,,:; (ilii w al, r.iw oil
'i.i', buried %.-, irrlhi .1f I .'31 u t 4 00 gal,
u hlile lead 71. 1._? 1 .,e 1 t,, p iil3 .'I I.-,
Porl.inld celnrrihl i I.il, hi.,hingler A '-- t5i'.
.i i.') per bl.lti), hrick t.'i3 ll tl p-r 1,i)00,
coal lar 'ji) t gal, IhI|lI .* ,F-i 1,000.o .
IIOrPL- ANI' MUIiEa -.
(i.,-i( tilt.S v \i .,r l i l- .-, _.->.^ J : _-


horse saieri price ;, "ut, i ul-t-N l.i'i1
Florida anid Te "le p.nies *t.,i.i1h. 1il.t:; 1 ,
lhtse1 last miim ell e Lr4--ils of i'iit a irate
small, but quite active and serviceable,
and are inexpensive to keep.
GRAIN AND HAY.
Corn $1 40 per sack, oats, white $2
sack, mixed $1 90, wheat for chicken
feed $1 25 per 100 lb, mixed feed $1 80
per 100, wheat bran $1 40 per 100, hay-
prairie $1 20 per 100, choice timothy
$1 40; wheat $2.25.
FERTILIZERS.
ere South Florida Fertilizer Co.'s (Or-
nd lando) brands, manufactured to order if
desired, orange and vegetable $38@47 00
ton; Armour's ground bone $38 ton,
Bradley's orange tree fertilizer $43 ton,
cotton seed meal-bright $28 ton, dark
$24 ton, ashes (Canada) $22 50@24 00
per ton, sulphate of potash (48 to 50 per
eat cent) $42 ton, kanit $22 ton, tobacco
stems $12 ton, land plaster $16 ton, salt
$14 ton, Mapes' orange tree manure $43
ton, Mapes' fruit and vine manure $43
has ton Mapes' vegetable manure $47 Ion.
0n
FARM PRODUCE.
of Irish potatoes 35c peck, sweet potatoes
to 60c@l 00 bush, onions 50@60c peck, Io-
matoes 5@15c quart, squasht-- .c I.,
turnips 4c, beets 4@5c, cabbage .'c II.,
egg plants,;: 3e.n mi c '
d o z n un p 7 a n r I .1 .71,'l )c ; u a r t, p e a s --. -
okra lii ,1,, n5..
Pitienp.leit-s 10@75c each, guavas 20@
50e peck. peaches 5@25c doz, pears 15@
Zc doz, Florida lemons 15@20c doz, ini-
portedI 2.5@30c doz.
Ik i:tridla honey 15@25c lb, chickens
S30@50c each, eggs 20@35c doz. There
i1 is always a good demand for eggs and
chickens here, and the prices neyer fall
below those here given. It is very rare
that:eggs.bring as low as 20c; 25c is a
good average selling figure, althcaiugh
they stand at 30c for a good part of the
year. The raising of eggs and poultry
is one of the most promising industries
of this section and can hardly fail to re-
munerate those who engage in it judici-
ously. In winter the price of eggs and
poultry rises very high at times. Tur-
keys, ducks, geese and guinea fowls are
also raised here, but not in such num-
bers as to warrant giving their prices
Here at this time.


GROCERIES.
Flour $6@6 50 bbl, meal $4 bbl, grits
$4 bbl, pinhead oatmeal 5c 1b, oat flakes
6Clb, rice 5@8c lb.
Dry salted ha,.-fin Si' f1, sng:iir cnr,-i
mer -'2,.r. c, mIres-F l.'In_ 2-,-'l teulidrnsed
milk $5@8 0 i .i.-e .,f 4 .l-t.
Prunes I,_'.-i I-., eaapit.rai-ld apples
12>^c, raisit.- 21-'. l urraiau ]ii '.
Canned i>..l--2h i..irnel .-pef 25c,
116 15c; ro l..- i. 'lt. ;iir, 1-, .I c ;tLthip-
ped dry beei '2. c, tli.1 hi i.iigu,- .It. -si-
mon 20c, sardines 10@20c, mackerel 15c,
lobsters 25c, oysters 15c@20c, tomatoes
31b 12Ytc, 216 10c, corn I" ..i..'i, peas
l.'ii"t.t A succotash 15c, peaciles 15@35c,
pears, gooselte.rries and other cnined
fruits at about tile same prices
Coffee-green Rio 22 to 25ilb, roasted
25 to 30c, Java 35 to 40c, Mucha 35 to
40c, tea 30 to 75c; sugar-granulated
lic, extra C white 1Ocb.
Soap $2 to $4 box, starch 7c lb, kero-
sene oil 20c gal, Florida syrup 50 to 60c
gal, New Orleans 60 to 75c; salt-Liver-
pool $1 50 sack, fine tale 2: Iti. ; vinegar
30 to 35c gal, baking p,, h-r 2.5 ) it .t ij0 ..
Tobacco-choice 60 to 7.- Bl., g,,od 40
to 60c, fair 30 to 40c.
FISH. 31KE.%I-;, r.rt.
Mullet-Indian river .%on ice,, :, fir 20c,
Gulf 4 for 25c; shieepehead 8 io VIth..
pompano (the moat dehi aiel- flatireol
and palatable of all fi 1 1) l an i
freah water bass -. ti m tt
o it4lers 2` to r
Beef--Ioin I' ,
chuck rosst' eak and roa. 12',- th,
r1' t %, flat ril, c, Irmik L lc
mnIonI \. zantd Chops 20,c H., ,qiew
S.'-'," .ison 20e: pork-freilh c.iops
. as '"east 12L.,c; .eal 'ih,,ps 2'c It,,
roark 5c; ssHsage-Bolr-,na 12!. ,, m.iure
p. askedd ]5i', meal 12, lril, 12 'c,
pgSet 10cl, fresh turned beel 211. tit,

I SUN DRIES.
...* 14 1- ) 1 pnr uItl, arap-
[ ,an 'fs II it 1Itl t-ieam
e boxesU t.51' i1l0, i.an, ge
.1 $12 it. $4t, grintl t, ti-es
$6i to $1.5 a head, ct'niaon
eaillpe $7 io $10 a lead,
25 to $100


LAKE


FRONTS,


and can be converted into

Pretty and Valuable Homes
if in the hands of people who are willing to work and improve them. These lands we
selected by an expert. They are not "low, fiat land" or swamp. But high, rolling a
healthy. They are offered

ONLY TO THOSE WHO WILL IIIMPROVE THEM.
I have nothing to sell to speculators.
To those wanting homes and who will improve their purchases, I will make terms 10 p
cent of purchase price down, balance in six anniu payments, at 8 per cent interest. Inter
payable semi-annually. These lands are offered in

Ten Acre Tracts,


BU B 0" BIT T T OKl 7 because ten acres is enough for any man who depends upon his own efforts. If a man h
BUIJ J & iLl TO .plenty of money to hire help and work a large body of land, he does not need to buy
BUDDE & SEDLIN STOK. Installment plan.


Buds of Hart's Tardiff, Red Tal..rti... f tlg-
num Ilonumn, Maltese Blood .,i..l I l.,h1i..-.
Trees located within t mile of Orliando.
Buds two years i.. n .. Iuu -tock all healthy
and in good (,i'ili,..ii t not harmed by
cold. Apply to J. N. %% IIII ]' l*.
i i.,i ,|, Fla,
March 26,1890. mn626

Whiskies
-OF-
The Old Kentucky Style
are steadily increasing in favor with those
people who seek absolute purity combined with
that fruity and mellow flavor to be found only
in the genuine product of "Old Kaintucek."

HARPERS NELSON COUNTY WHISKY
is and has been for years before the public, and
has as well ni,-rii, .I a .,, i,,-i-, in its own State
as it possess asi-ri.,i. ,i, agentss.
COOPER & SALMON,
ORLANDO, FLA. 4m624


SPECIAL BARGAINS
-OFFERED BY-

W. F. BARNES & CO.


o nn0no within corporate limits of Winter
8 dlti Pi trk. h / art..; ,if which are in grove
with 200 '*...r ,i; lii..- ii, balance -r...r., i..
cleared, ,' t....i..i. sitil situated it'lhii ItII
yards of I tkt ii,,itii.l Also, 2 lots within
200 yards of the grove, situated directly on the
Lake, giving privilege for toat house, bath
house. &c. Lots cleared and grubbed. Will
sell cheap, or trade for good city property fit
Orlando, Jacksonville or Tampa.
m nnnn mostly haminoek land, seven
Uor alus miles west from Orlando, near-
ly all under wire fence. On a large lake.
Good buildings.
Di Rn(inOCs An established dairy busi-
firyBusneslllUA ness that pays at least
$2,004 per year. Owner in bad health rea-
son for selling. 2% acres ground, good resi-
dence, stables, sheds, &c. Fruit on place.
R on Irene Avenue in
An E1eant Residence sothernt part of the
city. 5 acres of land, assorted fruits, Pretty
lake in the rear. Will sqll all or part of the
place. City water.
A lfl anma |ant"of fine land near city lim-
A 11al Lflul its, all set to choice orange
trees, most of which are bearing.
An 8 r tract 6 in choice orange trees,
An 8-acr tract, near city limits.
Eleren acreS near city limits, all cleared and
EleIG ln ll i fenced. 60 bearing orange trees
and a number of young buds, and 360 young
peach trees. A fine piece of land.
ai c sor f splendid land on Lake Under-
1* 1 1rst, ill 716 budded orange trees,
'i.an, li esrite Choice property.
PnlC known as Winter Home, on Lake LiT-
la cerne. House has 10 rooms and ser-
vants' uqrto-I 1 acre of ground, 50 young
orange tr,- ia water.
Tn n one mile northwest of city limits,
Tln acres onear Niagara Vineyards. 4 room
cottage and good out houses, Fine grape land.
4 acres bearing grove.
A tnO PRes onidence in fine condition, in
i2-sUtyJ RcSllUlllO southwest part of city.
1ouse has six rooms besides bath room, closets
and Kitchen. Lot 105x124. City water.
i n OnapT all cleared, 1l miles southeast of
10 acrlbs city. Lake in front. Grove of 130
choice budded orange trees. 2%5 acres fenced.
S nV nice residence lots on Magnolia ave-
Resid nue and Concord street.
Roeilrdnce Lot of 1/ acres, set in orange aud
Ui ljll hUl other fruit trees, just coming
into bearing. Located in northern part of the
city.
Look over this list each week, as It will be
-h-nood - n -norhA ..r- A^id and.. now... -


These lands are not "way out in the wilderness," but are in the midst of settlements
intelligent people'who have established schools and churches, and who are working
improve their homes. Lands are worth from
$20 TO $50 PER ACRE,
according to situation and quality.


Now is the Time

The winter of 1889-90 will see these lands all taken by actual settlers. Come and ma
selections early. Let no man make a purohasp until he has carefully examined the ..
Avoid traps and snares. Buy only good lanl, make only good improvements, and you a
always be in the lead.
MAHLON GORE,
tf Orlando, Florida.


CHASE &.SANBORN'S



EL BRAND






ICHASI&SANKBoRNJ


COFFIEEI



IS THE BEST



IVES & FERGUSON


SOLE AGENTS,


ORLANJDO, FLA.


T. A YANCEY,
Stalls 2 and 4, City Market. Orlando, Fla.,
KEEPS A FULL SINE OF THE

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ON THE.


INSTALLMENT PLAN.



HOMES [OR L S
HOMES FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS


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I have three, r htuln.rr1 acres of very choice, well selected land, adapted to


rtnus ru ts,, rapos and VYontablos.

Some of these have very pretty


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Dr. E. MARTIN'S

SOUTH FLORIDA

rs, MAGIC VEGETABLE

Liver Pills.

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L1 VINi;VSTi_,N, FLA.


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