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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY,
Subscriptio# Price, $, a Year.
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- Note to Debtors and Creditors.
A II dmiMslll Burliln-Ithe (.sinle
T Y.flOrtte, iceased. will preeim ITiu
iolhouim ralnl ed as p wmre ried by law, or
Ilhls notiee till b e plead at bar LhoreOf.
*, F. EM. BR ow?.
0. J. H. SUMMERS
Attomaeyand Councellor at Law
386 West Bay 8t., *
Pratieea -in aft A. taAe mad Federal
C ::oalqs. V-ly
TaMA, T A
I .. -
)Bradley Fertilizer Certlelalem.
DARBYVILLE, FLA., Jan. 9, 1884.
Mr.- Oo.rge E. Wilson, State AgenV
'Bradley Fertlliser Company:
DEAR SIR-Having used thr
Bradley Fertilizer the past two yeas
I pronounce it to be equal to anything
in the marketfor all field and vegeta-
Respectfully, W. P. Hopw
0. A. IXNLlE:Y.
DAItBYVILLE, FLIA,, Jan. 10, 1884. ,
. I have used Braiey's Superphos-
v hate of Lime for two years, onvegt-.. !
table and ground crops, such as cot-
ton, corn, cane, and sweet potatoes,
and r can truthfU.v say I have found
it superior to any kind of Fertilizer L
have psed. It ixot ouly meets .the
waitasof the crop for which It. 'l t"te
for thai yekr, bat iU efflr en.M,bt
.,qeeo even thve a fS lkflt
crops planted when ftwo i w a ,o
would wtvir Ijfyone w o Inftend : ,
usinga CommerO&A Fertiptfr to if) g"
Bradley'& believi. th y J
nearer gl the evisk m of e 'r
money f t't. At l lit suc Is my
experience, and I hTm. ufed several
-brand :- : .. : '*** ,* .-
'-. >: .H .L RCBD
"WALDo, VLA,., Ot.,ri 1888,
MR. G. E. WILSON, JacksonvUll, Fla: "
SIR-I used Bradley's rertateew
the pasti eason on my cotton emop,
and am weir itisfed with the Muft.
It not only afted to its grosrti but
pushed it along ewee a sare w Sh to
kmaturily tman eatAt not ftilzed.
ani so satisfied with it, tat I will
it on my entire vrop next se.tm.
^ WN. N*"IN ,
'WALno, FLA., Octoberai., I8?
George E. Wlson, Agent Bradley'* *-
Fertilizer, Jackmnvllie, FIl.: '
R1Ft I have used Bradley's Fertlili.
zerta the past season with the niM"i
gratifying result used, itn;I. ay' ,
garden on corn and orange treep; am
so thoroughly convinced 6f HlA WHity,
lhat I would, not plant any iind -of ,,.' '"
crop without fertilizing; thinkit Will" ,
nearly double the yield ordinarily; it
is tiheteat investment a fariaer ciat'
make. It eflae.s on orange trees are
almot nAgieal. I don't think any
one trying it will ever disconilnue its
use again. .
Yours truly; ,
(Signed) OEto. H. A MBROSE..
Devoted to COLUMBIA, BAKER, BRADFORD, MADISN, HAMILTON, SUWANNEE AND LAFAYETTE CbuntieF.
Ompa ot Uss o, Election Dia-
,Clit" 60Writ'. May 6th, MM.
RIe=tptlo of Caft*le of Line of Election
" /TMfOTIOtto It was ordered that. the line
eIb edXLrt flfetlon Wihltrea No and
HfcW. h e iCeo tth Uw Fktfla Cn-
-*li M WV -ltltroad dull lbe thrNorth-
.'- It-.lor bmadiuar7. of cleellom District No.
'15 lam Wot a x ln North of said
I. ten i1 lailtute It n ai. m. No
J-L. K. Lowni, Chairman,
4L II. ht=one.
h kTE OF FLIOD&I
CuuraAOi"Tr.l I HEHKRBY CER-
yia t41mth!iJI-MI1t,11, CopY of an or-
W^'W~fJS~aiH=I. an appear" or.
rMM~eufrI'Mte w% tMl 1, 111"d and
seMtera llHlieiaai thk MEs 16th. JIM.
JOHN VISXAT.3 Jr. '
fl f~ l\ >'. r.
3, I1 -ch-Oft=iCiotf of Board.
z-- Cow-isni~p.iner's Sale.
viot ,o.one fMtr p c kio
aeOI= o (aimlaaa IVouny. Florida,
Firelartw 6U>. MI!. I WILL",9LLat
Icrtery, *t tits nrt Hlowe door, In
Like tlt. -oi ffty. th, T d of July next
tlh t i l t / w &" 416 n t'oi um -
b1 Rila i r a TldIto-rKI OE undvided
lW-ttnGMt LtI- No. One In M~tinn NItie.
Ia TTreianrl ve In Sectionn r : .%I In1
V1o'imtilp One, Ior hLI of ML1tn Mi een efthL.
*nd the north 6I1f of [.el _t ;e ,, In iw l ,lon
Thlnt-Al lW!jklbI ship twro, PW l-
>b$ llroper-t7 m. .daslit. deeciand to pa%
d aer s.ecuh. Put, rrh se 1o4pay for
tlUt, A W.R. BI .H.
UwyU^Wl, t. om ilit u Dlijiir.
IN WPCtM=l COUNT- 3rd JUtDICIAL Lit-
ruhi atau~s i~triTwid
Raymond Alvarestes P'itlion to re-establish
Issiadolph Alvan t laot deod.
The defedaults ia" Sn 'others Interested,, will
tlke notice flt I will apply to Ron. R. J. Vann,
losdes M!aMCiil'ilCoyrt, for an order re-estab-
tmhing nie copy of tho ded filed with the petition
, In the abve ease in the Clerk's office of mid coun-
* t Raid dead made by the Sheiiff ,if V01u ii
county totJoseAnto'PeMut,. to l..ndu& m i
county, Fla., about HIS, described a the V&-
o! section 8 township 6, 8 of Rang- 1 1 14 w= .
Italf of we<'llnt o nhhin 2 6,8stt if -,e i L" the
southeast qaa er tf~etlon 386, ut tuo 'a. 8 of
A*rf. Application I=b !n thmw 2iS'. 1y 1 f
July a.U.1114,t III mi, N jer wihover
kh. Cotut may theti bet roi-otaliah iaid copryof
dlr4 in lieu and stead of Oe original, so lost or do.
dl.d .BAN"qTID. r iSANT,
,,bT~lhfa ttey, A. B. Sugain.
CUiI.Ui(BIA:COV->x lhavivli-gbeen Teprewet-
'- Aa*-l it, reside lr Havaina, Cubai, or the
Btet ia, but not in the >rd Jndliial-Circult
it1 oaltdy the Court that notice of the :ippli-
eat fa r rsitab e stimeat prayed for in U s eti-
tionanthis8sutbejob Miedin the L,KB CITY
# OBTUR for the god o ui.ed by law.
rlhieM mp hn Ua senlt is 17th day-*of March
A. D. IM.' JOHN VIN ANX,Jr.
S' Clerk Gt. Ct. C. C.
CO.U l.BlACOUOy| I hereby rtify that the
9t1s i,jl rder in o- 'eat copy ot the origissal on
fit' in l oe inte" mT han d senm of court
this lTfidnyo a (y*ehA Dof
JOBN VINZANT, Jr
ByJ D Fut,'h, D C clerk C1i Ct.C.C
i Notice to Iebtoat and Greditors.
A 1t persons tnving clans a win.-i the ea.
tote ofeleiry P. Stlsrlghtlow. dsceas-ed, will
-}.fstenlh t oaet.1 t4se asadernitfird. w*tsr1
Ilse lime reptirtd b\ law. or thih n,.,tlce w1ll
1,e lilpatm hi r. March 4, lft.
Mi. fi. 8Ti~lxtollloW ) '
niid >-. Admntil-ato, a
G. M. Wam-ros ), .
JUDGE WALKER98 IMITAKE. [Ca'municated.] Mir. BR11TI< 1Bl iMf# tiofltn. by treaty between the United Statan
--- The Man Resolution.*- Editor Reporter:-.You will oblige andSpain, and survye^d,and app re-
-- o Ri m .a_-ng To the ) rOf the Reporter:-- ny allowing/space in your valuable Stateofyteoridavenothenerar OFt.S
eratic Principles toSend the --S"ae"of Floridainth y4ar 148
Knee toAutocraticRule The putieatn Iln the Tallahassee columns to refute certain enunciations sho6;i by ihe road and was o m Csoq-
T . ^1 r ,. ^ h ia v er., ~ab e F lor id ia n 's lit issu e o f an in te rv iew p u b lishe d by C R K in g in th e n .ed by t i s to v ern n ie n i. T he
Judge alker, n h ver'thy ableCCDyeform t, e "oSt ar"oflte1lth init wherein he United stare, granted to the State of
charge, on Monday last, to the Grand f .......... w Florida for railroad p rpove,. the land
Jury of our county dwelt long upon editorof tuhlmer, and a delegate states that he is not in a syndicate lying|alongsaid railroads which be-
thuy of ou oty, GreandJT. lon uIVti from Leon, tqtthe Galnesville Con- headed by myself and-others, to enter longed only to It,
i Clerk, Assrnsor Collecto, ,t o h u g landscinmthayArredinleorptuiah LanndI
Commissioners, Justices of the Peace, HernhidsGry, as to hi being the company, in the district known aant, than it o dgra ,lan i.
&c.,nlehme. author of at.'kure which gave to the Aarredondo Grant, lying in thisEN,e, belonugi to some private
, .. .. the voters of dominant patty a county. I state, for the benefit of Mr.Individual,
"Te---,l, ~ a n v r e refused=u -D a,* - e m n r ano -
... .m , h ....n' asem blaiw e, at past, of the privilege K ing, eor any other person interested, roadthen ~ ~ e repeenl w "th t the
for removal by hthe Grand Jury of a of selecting bnieunumbents of the mi- thatLhe, or they, are not in a combi- went into effect immediately."' ]f'
count." Thev GrandJur, of ..olur-. nor efces, vised by the existing natio= or syndicate with me to enter such was the case, why did the act
....unt, f or........ le of 13 Constitution. The-quetion Of itsi- out any person, or persons lIvin in, specify that "If the State should not ,
bi co n y~ o th %1 er o 1 8 ,roY __ i n. 1 outsi e 'reso u" io" remitting in, or on," id A rred ,ond o buildibte Railroads inside orf% L P ipe.
presented Sheriff4. W. Perry, for lax- ~~uu.e*~ titre~~o,' ., lated Itinme, that the lands were to re-
ity and mismanagement and ra-u,. after it bad b~a ,roeet ad a part of Slpanh Land Grant. ven back to ife Oovernlneut pf the
tet Goveo .. t 'o dem.nd i.;red-the platonrm U the committee, and But state for The benefit of all Milk- United States," wich of rii.if pr es
. ,: : .d"'"" ,"1. r" the histary of a adoption by theCon'. earned, that I am one of the 4or I ttobe a grant Is future, and not one.
ign~tion." With the Orand Jury, Of + otheu"~ e preemt.
SMr.Ptrry,.ea,_n .hgT vent io ey < uy 4rtoi td e not- neyrepresentig one of the tu ll He says,.Ttr In t1.87Q the Legaa,-
in.. Lll, ... kn ~... w6.p,,e to eve the Coal- settler. onmaid Grant, who areU'l~ng Lurf Ohe Htite of Florihi, pa$.ed ilk-
,aisP ponJudge W alee snt^. t- r. t m r ,s .and their 9sme frot-mnnthe several ,
ment,~~~~ anDteat faIenicoeratiolug'".rt-':. ... .. ... a 1PI +MP.:. ki,-.. ,a-iro l d(i, -ho, sof the |&fldstind O
merit,...dntheta, cs t io obt :'!(4& may Lie left Spanish Orall hlve laid their home- R aKr ilroadhCktfiipf m of Iflic lande and
Governor, in Ignoring Thle unu idi f~ledis, .. .the ti--: [ ... t les f i lieftm o, r ea' t ed b the
.... ....so apepe i (,g fill- -tr luatnr"a to dif..ou., it he sienai, aud ptt.-ertiptions on said 4andts U Ited Staiftelo th e *ate of FlriA
........ peo.l ep i iruhegh t 11li t'cieitl Importance; andtlhatthr-.re now fift, ilamillei fr Railroad Ipt by act of Co n.
,"'" bill thet ikltI man r III whi..h the living ,1n li.-e lands and hotlc gress,. "ay 17th sBad ac ratlflfl I
Grand Jury. Governor Walker, in l'snmr 7,.i Tl, hICtl ileragra' -fa, ur, ,. from the United a confirm, to the purchasers, t m
bis purity ioifsolu nl/aldfathf/ulalner- 'A h iiell l i. I[if -.. s i -and asig a in s nd-i
"pi ul falbfu, tllhel I,, i.,,,,,,It til e begins ingr, '/ a \."-e v v to iyl.y railroad thereto. ,- T h above o t don't
ance Act De ora ". ant] Repu.li.an tile ",'I "'I'"e ', 'v" e", t'hnr1. .....Alitt e sing la r that amount' to &Lny consideration. If
princIples, not dreami.Ig that a ID,i>- tl| r-,,th.I 'll -a "fihle-,hoHv," auI ,,oR11. ,of t/... -*railroad ,.lanmantl confirms, only the lands belTnghlg In (
ceramic tGovern, r %would nl n L.L.rIe- out ,I... .,.. .. ..the United States on May I7th, i18M,
")f' I. tl', r hl a v n giv lu ii,--,,4 i t ure, fcdb(ig,0on (thflad in iueslo n "d granted to the State of 1i htrida
coe nfuenced1by" the Autorai x"**"***MJa "!vn "" ;* --*" "/^- d ^"h ^
co.mnflu ilh b the,,irlrtI w. glaining' littlee I wish all persons to understand for the purpose of building Rtailroad.
Constitution under, which we are ,, /
.tra ue uehques ionabl,.o, or ,,.r-tyrft rr hin- that I am representing the ctal set- by a certain stipulated time. 1/ did
trampled, unquestionably, to our -I,.If," r,,,,.l ihr III, til,,, l,.idian's tersonsaid Grant, againhi all rail- notcwnflrn$, nor, could it c.,,Yrfirto F
mind, made the assertion innocently, I, a ,,,III, u MoW-, is. roador otherifi,-s, find fti"rlbcrmork-, an esn rcp tin fd-
not suspecting that such a state of at- n "', 11 which the grat i not carryt:.. wit:
.. .. .. wr ..... (r n, nlil ro-,' ll>nv-,th,.sneers I am for right. t&, A rrolralo, Spanish Land gffant,
fairs could exist.- We ask the simple f i, r r th U, o our d t h I th I ,
(,1" ," 1 r0 v rInth'l- lich the Under th-elaws of Our ;,-inntry, the ,.ere i "not being oth' "'rwix a -
question: Whydid Go-,'erior Blox- D--in t i,,.,,,ocratic person wh., .-.u. of ,e rai dropr~frd f the yewor a8 Ki g
ham so scornfully disregard the re- ,^ >i .i ,1 ,. says..,, ,, c ;>1, l.-....inoae, w hin the (ioternineut
.. ..~ ~ pir~y t -1l ,I-|i. i~lU'inllilt"Blockl'l-be~lt," purchasedu iththII l..Ire'yt'-oplen, ahe ,rne o rtI~n riF~lt
quest of Columbia County's Grand ,, grant ed10 Arr"ono re- r-eeen.
I.,.% %i, I-- LA I, re I. Iim-' nw l>n ing all the-%% ilk. thait the A r.iolmid, [Ie noili I to beI I ii- a Ied ej iB, f 4- re, ian
h g es bo y i sh ould y t rou t heir \. ', F ,.r t./ 44h --y -.ti.ed in Spanish Land Grant-. l a 'ha lit-n -f Wti N 2 0h, ,0 00 trre%, I tl lefl til e '
Alg es bo y ou c miY, and 1.. -r in4..t d r lv l fm i ..t < I,, ; l" .rK r in th e ltitu'l e iit l .rld -
through te th he people, with such 1tl ,n "10 1 ;. h -. l d 1r s- 1 r i i*'d, ,th in had stles an t not ,h side ,"
markll) I*n Itnen fihfi,,i.[' AI "boom" of Cogrss ay 17, 1&56, did not con- t,l, on, it." No%% here j,, whe-re f
marked.a .. stinging e.-ute p A .if .. theh ;-io% ,. ,r ,,', Blox- vey lands to the State for the, ineflt .ir ,ler ,ith hint.
Governor should heed the appeals of I ,I l jr;Iwv, ni,,v havoa of the railroads, which it did ne eI'IK. Vnltd Atale graintedi tho
his people; should fly to^ their relief. d.iri Lo.r.,. i .aldlv, %%l,.,.,:.hances or had disposed of by State,. o' the-^ mid fedoumthen, belonging
g&t least, a (iierrvir -.iulil truit u t I7 i It 1, IX- u ot o lherwl re pl n t pria-
BD~ealswith curtew nd i- vrp th>r11 ra-.i.e~ lp. I.l-.e.- by the entry, or otherwise, among Nvlikh was IRA,, uithin ui ml[" tin fea.li side of-
appeails with cour tesy and respect, vi-lepn-i. I arit.*-if r.. r,an.iil,, dil,i<,000 acre Spanish Grant. This k;>idl Rfdilra4 lines and if the- Stlate
tu w, ... .. u th ';.htl\. ,,mt-r, tit ith.y A rredondo Spanlsi I an- Grant was .l. i.or get enough land to make
er yestcd in him by anAutocratic : .. I .. .. a t t ,.grant -,ki-, It hal fi l,- privelege I
2ito'act of a Governor, ruling with iron Q .. respect .s .vy a t of going as far as 45 miles from the ,
band In the dark days of Rdicl..il ',,.p i,n1l'i,,:1?''-, h pear- ants Feb. 10, 1848, and was not a. part line on each side and select the bal-
-JUAI ll cJ& Ul _l i^~l~ ~ l u~ln. [ (~ll i i~ v~li I Pl.^. a'rti v T 7. Jai b |-l' JJl iTh ia t' iliIiri i l3l ,1 ,. .. -' i - -'1
SI. ond i,, e [ -......" ,I ...... oI iII '. ilities of of the public domain of the United dance, now when it came-to this Ar-.
was.more fla^-ant, oppressive, and ,,,,,,|^*,p^i,., hc ttsm/cht a fMy 15,redondo. Spanish land grant, there
he | ,,e apaet when the Land Grant -Aid was'given Rirot ac omiany,"I
i.c- pl- .lia n the supreme contempt n- ,haIi t th s rr t n, Si lithe Atri _. n ihnd great, in the 15 mile
11c thea, Unt e u premny contKempt I Irt.11.1 I "-e A
with% Ir in this appeal forIthe remov- e--f thei paty to the, State of lorida,' to heellmit yandh--.ierlandse in lieunoftbhe
i f ah -f *' i *i thlighi;i''-' ftqir'..--'tatv. build railroads. Arredondo grant lands, and if they c
t-e orane xcur in w ee ,'h hion't.i c described "Every n.ti .diet not, they should have done o, for c
Govelrno'llr. Thei speople -r-wil-lillnoic not over-8uje o i~ % .
III itoe, han nl D uo e v ;V ..ii i f i t dif 4li and ed ,3.- i- a. tov Congress ga # v e t.e. he
look.s.uch": ", ""onr" "ght outsinode b dt "n, t in a ainslofthand
..se p e denn- ]umbers forsix sections io width oi f theyignored the Arreddo grant
had he bee.n p ,,s ...se.d o;ih tf.icr tsa t ilia.al'e .- I u i closely each side cf the ioayl, belonging to lines they of course took nothing ando.
would have hesitated ere le a uked the hifsuit. i .,-1,.,matte-r the United State.. ,but i. ase it. shall their titLes to parties who mayaR.-r-
Grand Jury to subject themselves to y3.5. ._ .... "- c-v"p "a. t t U S .. a bought ofthemare a nullity, for it isn
a similr humiliation. y should a wi e s aah feah te I sate oaactThatno tte
te twl t hat and Jr e ntaend g ,l.| ",i. l.- ,i ,lc sold any parts h,., granted as runs against the Gvernment The s
... ...~ti oti~n n ... tors In tn TL ie aforesaid, or "that l>- right of pre- United States after buying, ot trad-
on invt~s.Jignrlonand purec~sentteir-gnrlon ofruivwat ,,ruiad aloa li hintyb ru'
tn T Deio re e si sc this o m o fL ,s-cn .led *,e .d ,, "nt I, c..,.,%"i h emptiong has at ac oed to the same, ingan the Arredondo Spanish land t
official, when the Governor will .is ,r 2laz _e 1dinthi 1i 1i lthn itrIsl awful tobel pet i subjc.t t grant, lying, in golumbiol county,
make a farce of the matter by a to, l a, Florida, -i. the year --saw fit- to
havl,-rtsof wo a-#s i Jak~o< .L, t-na: itne if it %In rmett,.e, butthe o, tCC.v L of turherSecetaryofthe,-ta lrsptoheyrllt]nd
indifference and disregard?- n lbi" ftr l f erhov erSeet of th e protect the settler, who are now red
pa -.n Den.]i *in take Any stock T ta, rior, within t inlles of the line, siding on said grant, and have from
usiness .. I ... o-o w I h -ra ... .. qua tit w hn t tim e to tim e applied to enter and
"4What Are The -wildNatWve.ssar- iri^ .* ',, who now hold entrees by Homesteadc
..... ...... .... eoreu c,u 11111111,11 >Fl oh.,-or otepapurioe appropriated, anid pre-emption urlon It, and the tin-
'I ye r i, 1 1 ,1 '" i I I,, -, I.log of I Inter- tre,-mngi-, who bad bought landth fron
Aufipi-ine, on June 3rd, to ftTi -rsK. i^ C' 1.:'l' 6** .- '*- t -. 1 .-.4 V6, 1 It-r .tV r mel o h- Ig antb
.,... ln a fkils li -- -thel.o1" s55, .I lfkh t l",f i re&Zea-t irads ordi-
y n w u sit O n t h ue L m en W Ft e,- ti ef- ., ll m uim l it b l ea d .-irs h t ie p nr- ther sev era l nra ilned a th e. nir -a mex t ei o ns, hl g d a viin s id e oh r l a s o cDla i4an d
theCea, foe rnuit .i a, o i r. ry ,uAru In t, Ret tmoF Uraud theirao. lands granted to the State, and you whatever, let them be who theaI
the Grand oon .tio. wp n-h e.or.n ,,vide t d ,hotni,| rgi- will notice that it sey., "subject.to all ."MY-. a y o n ,.. w .
on June S. "hutheing Shelld b the d to pri.isi :af l ,,t~he, N ou f It is a well settled ps)In-O of tbi!
this~th conditions, ,and .. restest ho'vricton onte iual eyr I
Sea Shore", can only be done by Govand a es rinfom the Government to protci Hi t ae 04-
hor, 1 cn onye poe II tnt'u.lDn lh ,,littlerv f,,uard :aod actdra Congre th aking said, grant, identfh reWidagion-t all other, and
those going on the excursion, on June f 'lt ei r. It.nd l h Lrev b u and the acIbt of Congress, 'May 17, 1856, theparties whmy ln the Arredondo(I
3,-when you will be "Rocked Lie i.1 lunianl e, no-ably,-in ote t the odd sections of. United States grant,-ieo h feore-atderp or pre-
Cradle of the Deep," for only $3.50. city ., l ii[I J -a~~i, ,..ii ,,,,i and th lan on eac sid of Pid r for 6e-mpted lQAdi tilln uow residing on
We trust that all Who Intend going t"h", tnland the overnor o h demand, and will be pringated
on thi Pxpiiaion wll niiphni hir ""' o rl:lhy0 it"* ha not LIOlelt't miles8, barring such as was otheri,( find co) red for !if profftrwf to any
on tis Exusin wil pu s their! general isl opportunity %%As want- ,,,(r.(.Railroad claim that may be brought
tickets before the 1sat of this month. I ipprooiald.
ee from the posters that theywill d ad pl
ee t ebeen o .l"hertl-o Irk prai-, mamtirrw-inge S,. 21. Be iat furi her enacted, that ,t"r giupto the year 1o1, to lands
have parts of two days, "in Jackson- k .i v ,hole- furlocal l hir-govern- t ,o'd thGovernment Of the United te itesto ng f thnirda, hwhi.h wait granted
villethus combining pleas re et t_ .. ........ .1..... deet sran oand t theoStale of themby the Arredon at or Congress
Besides, the celebrated Third egi- -<"d v r-n prai -. Floridafor the purpose of aiding in uch sae&ec- rg ""n lorafAot
h oi r. Franr icanlleoy -inlafteeountlar iuwhere the construtontoution of the liner of rail- tic & Gulf Co-sfitailroads? Vor did
menBandiwin, deourne oWret .- h- eo.nie" reality, Wut 4hu
fsictionalthe, GorandsuPdazam ndoJhTuensdnyJrtil'ee f th Ci,
gress fron the Gand Plstria, on Me-a etin o uceaful a te ftbrlt to by general or special act, said lines of 9r ut, dbut was covered by the ithh
afternoon. We hope no one will ntia,8 + 1 i_ .. iti.^' ..',. .. passed by Congress in 1856, which
thisnnono i tonfroth tdi thew.hred vote, night lo railroad sha be entitled to all the oes to the egncriv f tia
Fo fourth patclr 4 cl _- mine#. ha<**bve pillivn a solutiont of the benefits and advantages arising from the Government protectsr its, own. citi-
Dfsrsee ton..Lian ,1 n,11 wllb has intervened forao said Grnt that the State of Florida, -ens who reside oht-thtelands, and not
tlas! Dimlye yenr to prevenithI revision of Would be entitled to by the construe- parties who may claim and hold (non
at nw e w ten ...... ,,.J.i se ure re e tion ofsaid lines of railroads and their residents) fospeulative purpaeNorjn
of enatorBrys Conention. ura b d"-,i.uto lput eI ty %%ere not, extensionu, and the Governor of the doing wtelrti tfaids in devti:loping and
nm T adv. ^* In l of attemupting it, the State is hereby authorized and requir- opening up the country.
The Indepcndinto of Florida-will old g tHarc,-Seil" policy 4-f drawing ed, should such act be passed by the h M king n wants the people to un
meet in Convention at i LivepOak, i imh, color-lin" was a-hnesfd to, and Government of the United States, to derstand tat he had nsNiaeg to do
rlenator Win, Bryson'sotce, on June candiijate" &r Iegiolature Naere nom- direct said railroad companies to e- 1 (filhe Arredonydo grant, w tc. Did
for odesy an etiuete reuirelie;i~i,,.L~ith~a wh6sn,,esed t rsaidlnse, andO afte:Aprosuh ela e porieon fotgtupr pttiown forit) wichBowa?
'.....i.a..te.Mr.,.FranPpeof Inated ie I hecy
Madison, for Governor; D. S. Wa .lk- o.nti e ".h t ysole purpose Of terior notice of i.ch selection, and y r od prt and wat eot pre-
er,Jr.,ofLeon,Lieut. Govrnr, and keI up an organization, andw wth- furnish him with a list of land.% eo se- n i
J. S; Stripling, of Madison, for Con- Ilteerriiiotftterofe fof the es i -ted,-the number or earr, section, Hitipno S out Feor e
"Ill ~~ou thebabl-ta!,. t eihedout-tttthll of Their Did 14. Kin nsavsfurtherp"erhabefoke
gress, from the and District;, Mr. Me- election; or thke least effottrt to aceomu- fri14-tional qeetion, or subdivision andl J ohn\'Vinrant, Jr., Cleek of the Cir-
Kinnon n. W~lointrton, front the 1st eocasion-h othiver action as may be nee- cuit aourt, and send Ietehm %% ith the
Io modte 'te broad, and arheralt, e. lahreo fully secure the grant of recessary fee, to the rKegieer of the
District and he-illc policy
gal:on, we learn, With the exetion fhet u,,L,,,,ir ... % ip Aeur- reshcta- lions of the act of Congressa-making tering the East half of the Nor-ni
of Senator Br ""-a, whose wetilinn an d. eve,'- 1.su ,h grunt_.", weil quarter of S oe n .I3 Townrhip
.....o __f....... L2.__- andi' Ith ri-ipre'luilation hih ti le You see from this that the Arrolon- 2 South Range Iet, oEtt or (This his the
host of the ocefasion, places -him at a r[|m. a li.d t .-1 -11i- do20,)n acre Spais Lad Grant, land ent-re h- Jame fbl.k fr
....anag "n prssn el la giead r I.bv 1" te n Iane~ir sof muhe "mas | *ng in h eonsrU~lbiong oltherailroe basted conty wantso hi the eaesttvi t
the voesty able edtoiauetanagequien he "Bi,..ck thoell. whhey wanted it b entpiwtled to ithe benefits and sdv porKiong ofoury OIton ondit wuhtc doa
o.>i..thf MrB n Harison, ohisinh strict -'" s, ma ans Ino ugthe ,irow lane.aihgt,:r,: fr,,n,,ibiG i do o he reoc,- any and un e ofrythbing A,, e-t h
nfrai dtp" to of Li .ue t h ee I'Iiu.. g upo .s erhkyr in s-,;; ,u ,,ch c ases wa y voiretute def peo pe, than t islande r ai
sensre fthes phrse a meritru can b n- eun v~~ir ttb ,,)ddb he rilroa coman nie tpin selecthe wads moey haorgpopartye atahed cotempla-
yaned aby hidelf. wittheledoringt-l!.r ,,e th a latter of fa t,, the massesm earmn ofsleton, etc.,"^ ralteIuy, r o"s~o whch is rip Plaete Sothe Foloridgabshudtrae
wlsendrogiabl; in. debate, poiuted so th nag. lhatu\. no injusoftihe wislt, or"hindsy thatther Unied htataesm ame haen L. e acrepso d, Actin I',rfuri-
aendouteoruls.ts opnons, evient aenre tS,-; d, ,.-..ny cituizen, flckor a rsntgattoteStt fFlr-stnro S the Genel %au. I^..ce
-odn i sl "eev "o Ator whit,eay :t y 'i<- L ii .-~< .ne de-Bar i f Florid, whih as dir ecd by Wan shingtonntedated Ma- te1t
liy Grb'ase l, maurdereflectPope' adis n e wi/ tak ,/.clarerhpa of the eiln.
and i presesth radr wMih' its in "I'i,.r. irsblcievd t wefir mehainil the co-fteaefFrida'wateuloln takaddpne pnefalbcrtaini ^doando wranti then cases -el (Ifde
Trise valueas a jourail. ewshoulde sad, rbt.[ t,,i,- whif impeuled ofentrsi Istipducatinmentioned threin.ad shoul Rairoa h Wealknow the and bMr.
sense~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~n othphaea etruca-.iniari- ob rrdyterailrd otpaners, who selercta the lands conerey o a popularizyated panish
likae tor septisvaula avbe afyinthfare Ms- I r~oviier
hieandse everycamly in ourba etiointidon.;.and whchha ve eoinuser sice or hefnstat h ntdSat es .ad Unied taeoth^GeRalxa0nwasnot
The subscription price is only $2.50 see-mMIl I- govern his course. He is He further states, immediately after subject to such Raiiroaa grant."
for the six months covering the cam- e,,,itled it,,the credit of presenting the passage of the act of 1856 by Con-' The question and difference at is-
SUi (.111u p s. u the pgreethe railroad company in pursu- sue, in a nutshell is this, "Shall a
Pg i. only ustitute possible under the a n of said act, .vlitIi,-,,,uni- few. non resident parties, who bought
Connti'ti.,n, as it is, to softenthe bered sections of [h- ll nltcd .11:11.-' of --the Railroad an assumed
our Ne'w oad. hardships of its vicious and undemo- lands along the fin,- 4,f ti-,e- 'r., % ith- title to land on this ,Spanish
C .............. .... ....."=- -rd h n=t-"-'e bein six miles, find so, notified thee- grant, nold the land;, against
Our people are encouraged that the cratic provisions; and he ay yet be- e See -t
roa bewen L ke Cit a d t e onj. fiech mpin f t atlare on- rear- ....fthe Tnterior, which land was actual resident citizens ., '/, en rre
road between Lake City and the eol,, tt? chanmpin of that large con- withdrawn from the'market, and not of the United States, and- have been
,.Gainesvilleline from Branford, is be- tinvk-nt of the Democratic party of allowed to i, -,l1, by the register of living on and i pnn ing the land in
boeawasinposeciefythast-st g prvk othe railroad was constructed Whic'i they have Lunilr and .cleared
bone, always in prospective by the andState government which prrv l- the linds were sold by the railroad .since they have been residing on said
Florida Southern, the Plant Invest- ed WJefore the flood, and whose defects company." Of course, the railroad land? 1 say no. That the United
ment Company are building under are accentuated and inte-.sifted by companies selected the odd sections States, should, Sha, wilt.pro-
thecharter 'ia substantial road, well their unholy union' with the provis- of l. nds belonging to the United aeeah eactusalsettlers, aglnt aony
irnd n wl bded heP Iinso orprsntCnsiutohav e St1atesin 185, and.they eould select n alprsn wobugttohl
ironed and well bedded. The P.I., ions of our present constitution, ha none other- Therefore the Arredon- for speculation and not for actual set
Company is a business corporation, held sway long enough, and -h. u ld do Grant was not selected. tlement.T
and when they commence work, that be'o ept away as the relics of a be- King further states, "that in this You see from the above our posit
work is rapidly, as well as sub- ni-lited and unprogressive period, transactionnorekervati6n was made tion, and if it is not correct the courts
l o ....i l .ly .s h ed .... BU.- nited- and unprog spiltyand by the United States, nor by the State are open to settle the oases at issue
uctantlally pushed throug ny unuieto an erao prosery anol oi on "count of Arredondo." whihall pei soa will now have tW
them. progress like that, which has Iquay (bat the Arredondo Spanish abld.e by "
... o..... ...* dawned upon our beloved State. Land Grant for 20,000 acres was con- *'' K,; e ctfull,
AI.-rs mc ker e Mx... ....... R.tT.'f. l, ,Arredond, or biassigns, .
-Potsdamer still buys old gold, sil-
ver and mutilated coin. 31-2t
-It is whispered that work will be
commenced on our new railroad, in a
few days. Hands are being actively
engaged for that purpose.
-For the best Cotton Press now in
use call or write to A. C. Porter's Res-
ident Agency, for price, &c.
-H1%ve you called at Strooy'a?
No 7 Then by all mepns go at once
and look at his magnificent stock of
chinaware, crockery etc. just opened
by him and offered *ft remarkably
low rates. tf
-We present in this issue Of the
RIEPbUTEK a lengthy communication
from Mr. W. R. Bush, touching the
Arredando Land question. The sbo*w-
QR he makes is anything but credits-
Me lo.the parties nieutuaed stertrb.,
We bel eve Ia owtinal thhe-HigMxp
Bible upon this matter.
--i-tock oteverything always com-
plete, and never out of awf article at
Potsdamer's Red Star Stia6. 31-2t
-We met quite a number of our
farmers in town last Saturday and
they report the crops In their neigh-
borhood as in good condition, es-
pecially the cotton.
-Many of our truckers have met
with loss this season, on account of
the many mis-connections, but by
another season, our new railroad will
be in full operation, and we feel sure
the management' of the S.- F. & W.'
Railroad Will give us a vegetable
-A. C. Porter's Resident A-gency
sells the Milburn tong-Cotton Gin,
the best in use. ,s
-0, ye denizens of dry towns, lend
an ear and order your "'little-brown
jugs"-the best in the land-from Gus
Potsdamer, Live Oak, Pla. ProniptI
attention given to orders.
-Goods delivered fIr'e ,f. charge to
any part of the city, at Potsdamer's
Red Star Store. 31-2t
-Live Oak is being tIlephoned.
The progressive Mr. Gus 1',0-nler,
of that city, being the inauiuurator ,,f
the movement. Gus also runs a fine
livery stable, billiard and pool room,
and the "Pastime," noted for refresh-
ments for the inner system of man-
kind. Read his local announcement
Our active county Superintendent
of 'Public In-lru'vtiili, Mr. Julius
Potsdamer, returned from Jasper last
Wednesday evening where he had
been in attendance upon the Teach-
er's InStitute now in session at that
place, under the direction of Hon. H.
N. Felkel. 114- reports a gratifying
*nrut.- rWItiqW- H-tened t .-.me
fine adhdre".6es upon (.ClUC'110i, fru;i.
Hon A. J. Russel, aud others.
-One of our citizens last year
planted about one eighth of an acre in
sweet potatoes from which he gather-
ed enough to supply his family- until
the new crop of this year is large
enough to use,
Denth of Mrs. Nannle 19. Henry.
D=,ath's shaft has pierced another
fond and noble heart! Mrs. NANNIE,
R. HENR Y, wife of C. M. Henry -died
Tuesday, May 20, 1884, aged 33 years.
RestI Lay down thy weary head
On JEsI'sbreast! .
Kr. Editor: The petit jurors who
attended the Spring term of the Cir-
cuit Court, desire in this manner to
testify our appreciation of the consid-
eration shown them by the Honora-
ble D. S. Walker, while presiding
May 22nd 1884. "
IExeurslen to Xt. AMgutine, the' 3&
From Live Oak, Houston, Wellmirn
and return, $4, From Lake City, Mt.
Carrie and Olustee, and return, $3.50.
* From Sanderson, Glen St. Mary and
Darbyville, and return, $3.00.
Leave Live Ok, 6 a. m.)
Lake City, 7 a*ml 3d of-June.
Arrive at St. Augustine 12.30
Returning LeaveSt. Augustine 10.30
Arrive at JacksonvIlL1 p. m.
Leave Jacksonville 5 p. m
fives~ample time in Jaekeonville,
goes though Orange Park and Green
Excursionist has option to go to Pa-
latka instead of St. Augustine, for the
same prlce. -.
S'Thle committee of Columbia county,
Son the New Orleans Exposition, will
meet at the Court House, in Lake
SCity, on the 1st Tuesday in June, to
.devise ways and means for .exhibit.
By order, M. M. Scarborough, Presi-
*The Reporter For The Campaign.
'We will send THE REPORTER from
'now until the close of the campaign
, for 50 cents cash, to each new sUb-
scriber. This promises to be a oslet
,exciting contest, and the REPORTER
purposes to march at the head of the
e Sitreet'a New Departure.
Mr. Street, with characteristic en-
terprise has added to his ample stock
'of Hardware and tinware, a choice
and remarkably tasty supply of crock-
s ery and china sets, and the price run
a remarkably low for the splendid
V quality of the goods. The selection is
the handsomest and best ever made
for this market. Call and see it.
Lumber, Shingles, Lime!
Parties wanting lumber, rough Bnd
dressed, for any purpose, shingles
lath, lime, and cement, can be aceom.
i- modated if they will, pply to A. B
t- Hart, at his-office nwr Railroad dec
a pot. He has a large quantity of sea-
e soned dressed, tongued and grooved
a- flooring and ceiling 1 ano 1 i inch 0o
A hand for sale cheap.
t, Lime in any quantity always on
dhe,l a mad emnmentary on the con- Having ued Brautley's -Orange
dillon of the todN- politic, when one ree a inperphofphateo, with good
Lecann.t eet another without results, eniule rph si.-, with other gOm-
its being put down as a "Job" for a mbrcial fertilize-, and found the
*,boom.X. but it .ertlnes our positlo best result frnm the u, of your ma-
iv the REPORTER' arthle last weU k sure., and t oulh rt-oinnleud ito all
uponM the i" tuot. The lntlneut or thwe who wish something they can'
I"ondsf, ye maui|"ulatore," en- red u pon, to use your standard Fer-
tjtrtaith d.l., the people, i.- but .efleet- tiliz r : -" *
ed ar wt are di,|>o*:d to consider it) jag. Skinner, Wagon UAker'. -*
in lhe _.,'itr thio unju-tly and without t (;eo. M. Blitch, Merehlmt.
niatun. relt~tion, directed against I1t .Chas.. --Bu..night, Mer.hant.
in peson. If the article in the Star J.'U. N'eal.. '- r
wabgtti.n up with the sole purpose I. S I. U av --ay
of creating a sentiment against us, in A" B"3Snavellv y "
order to "boom" itself, we have To E.E Vol'e, Agnt Bradley' '
naught to ay, except, that if we ever Fertilizers, Archeer, Florida, De.eoi- "
engai in battle against the -Star it ehr 11,t ra0 .'
( be on a square basis with argu-, .
mu'im rou O ini-A on fact and not jumped ca nfter a r C aovt Democ...ra. earst-
upc",ntlu"ii-.ne. We f oay i because weili L li -
acconithe Star the charity to be- c,Z^ /. lh
leJue tIai, ideat to have been fotelgti "
to. it : ,* Thie CuB<-rvative Der-ktrfiiiMaf PArly ot-
^Ir /- ~Columiali~ c'rtnty, Floridan. art- lirrrby nofi _^
Crcuti~teeCort. ,fl.i lo I,)i.Id primary laretinge o at heir sei-.
_* ,' : ial %olinig places Ill Ih@ corial.; ufl 40ur.
On Monday, ir-uit Curt conven-
ed, Judge David *S. Walker% of the elc del-^ Ka .L. toteCuntV Cu,ntrtil tw.
Second, Circu" it presiding. M be held atLakeCtyon urday. Jun.'s.-;,,
The Grand Jury selected Hon. J. M. the 1th to &Upend to the ,ilowin bhaei-..
Grand Jur, .xtso t e ,-. e best to' .x*l- ..... .. ..
yr 0Y01e i i; -est- eto l llielt|t' S
which vie h hi e ever lialu ned.- It. wa 9 r .. .. .. .
, .... I-oe~eL'fl-tn(jo, Qigalev to the ts&
a lecture Onu w ant practice, whicl on t. b< --- t -- '
= Conventnun to t b le kc dat PtnaftrAla. JOt"n--
posses3ei1 thie merit of sound puptical 2,'net.
instruction upon some of the simplestTo. ..... (4 the. t t
as well as I[h most important duties ., .... .. Co tion ph"
of ciItizens. ead ad ndhsnc othar bBeB v a maas ay-
During the first three days, very come before the Con.n, iot --
little business of importance was 419- ..... Di ..ric. ppei the.
posed of by trial. The replevin cAee ...................I.. to the .u
of W. 0. Tison vs L.. E. Meyers, re- ,onveuti o.viz,
suited in a verdict in favor 'of Mr. District, Delegats..
Tisou, fojrseventeen head 91f cattle; Blount' Ferry, I 1 "1
and Mrs. Meyers, for ten head of cat- Benton; 2 ,/
tie, without damages. The criminal .. sh.. i_, 3 1 "
case of the State its J. K. Koon and,....... -B].. 4 "
Thomas 'J: Stalnaker, affrIay; the hllmn.ner, 6 V 1
plea of guil'y.was made. The Court, 'h, rr- H llS
having examined- several witnesses, i.e.. iie. -, .
fined each defendant fifty dollars. Pasco : g "
Among the.memnbers of. the bar r "' 9 ig- -
present, we noticed J. N. Stripling, of skeCity, I .,"
Madison, John F. White, Josephs. JAMES E. YOUNO.
White, Win. Bryson and J. C. Galla-o CilrmniaIn Deiecrai' Ex. Om
her, of Live Oak; M. C. Pickett, of
Apalachicola, Angus Patterson, of 0 .
Madison, and B. B. BMekwell, of F ror Sale !
Jasper, State's Attorney forthis Cir- The Swift Ten-Acre Ltd. beapitfolFut RY .
cuit. tedtnearAlligator LAke, aSdilatg the .A99t-
Very few crimes of impor4tanee hav- "^ Buildig. A tugain u,^aw
ing occurred sinte last C`6a0t, But lit- ^-A py BOT.nER TrouPsOx.
tie husinens of a serious nature was, .
brought before the Gmihd Jery.- ,
.. ir ifiln RIV WEi !1T3 HIM:
ITA ZuA, (NA S.9SAQU V 0.) FL A.
f Orderi by mall sollcited and promptly
The Jewelry Noveine"t.
The public are requested to take
n,,tice that the .undersigned has re-
moved his select stock Of JEWELRY,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c., from the
corner of Marion and -Hamilton
streets to next door to A. W. Curry,
and opposite Hunter & Son's drug
store, where he will take pleasure in
-erving his patrons.
29-tf R. H. LOViEB.
*This Idea of Golng Went
to Colorado or New Mexico, for pure
air to relieve consumption, is all a
mistake. An)y reasonable man
would use Dr. Bosanko's Cough and
Lung SyrTup for ('onnulnptinn In all its
first stages. It never fails to give re-
lief in all cases of Coughs, Colds,
Br.>-lijit it, pains in the chest and all
affections that are considered primary
to consumption.' Price, 50 cents and
$1.00. Sold by Chalker Bros. &
We herewith publish to our friends
and patrons that we have removed
from our old stand on the Square,.
and will, until further notice, occupy
the store just vacated and run as a
store by Win. H. ,Wilson, where we
will be glad to greet you. Chalker,
Bros. & Price. tf
-Pickle codfish at A. Davidson's.
F. G. Wiliams, X. D, desires to inform
the-citizens of Biker and adjohning eontiea
th'at he has loctted at aMrtyviite. Chronic
and kindred diseases speetlty. ]Highest
testimoniAs Sf"ishe&. w reetive prualpt
attention. 421y c
Tickets By Mail and Water..,,o
You save Time, Trouble, and Money
by purchasing at the Union Ticket Of-
40e6attbe Poat-Qflu,"ei 2--tf
A first ela.% Retaa nv: t*t*y and emst -
in apppintlnent; with attsadve waiLers, ex.
celleut'euisiue. is kept tqii| aiuu the ti lt- .
by the'uuidtrr-ie ,]. .
THE BESt MARET-
IN THE CITY,'
FOR BEEF, M U7 TOY, SA U-
SAGES, STEAKS, ET(,-, ETC.
Priv"ale families supplied wilb ex-
cenant, rlw meats upmn appli -.tion. ,
I respectfully solicit your patroji-
age. h ; .
3 .. ROBINrB i.
:l,,.tf. ; f- ____ '* .
T0-DAY'S M-KET RE OfT, -
/*. *OF **' ,
DUVAL SELPHr r'
I-" "GENiERAL DEALER IN- ""
TFANCY AND FA MILY GMLOCERIES,
TOBACCOS. ('I.\RS. DRYt'\ GOOD.
HATS, U 'lT.-, 011, >E e-
25 Laurt street, jlcoAnillv,. Fla
PRACTICAL. EMBAL MING.
Metallc-Cuskets, Burial COnesWood Coffins,
Marble Monumentp. Headstones, Mantels,
Qmrtes. frlrKORailing, &e.i Pfives low and
, ^ e. So. 26: Redtience, No. 61..
Regular Market Report of
Prrpared Expresily for the LAKE, CITY
|I.PORTUB, by .
MIMIS &c CO.,
6 WEST BA Y ST.,
New York Offlve, 98 'PM Place.
On application to our reporters as above,
funl market information will be cheerfully
furnished. Dally reports from various mar-
kets kept on file.
Six O'clock P. H., Wediwmda?/. .
Marion St., Lake City.:-Florida.,
Revised by the above, Fthiay. May2s3, 1884t.
D. 8. C. R. Sides ........ ...10e per lb.,,
Smoked C. .R. Sid"es..... Ilie 1
H am s ..... ....- ..: ..... ;l6o .,
RollerPurPcni ....... : .... $8.00 per bbl...
Half Paut-nt ........... 7.00 "
Good family............ 6,00 "
lArd ............... ..... :.....leper Ib.. "
Butter .... ............... 30@4,w "
CoHLees .................. 12,/20 16c '
Rice ............. ........... 5@8c- "
Soap............,. $2,.firstname.lastname@example.org per box-.-
AW All other goods in the Dry-
Goods and Orocery Departments at,;
proportionate rates. Inspect his linuli
before purchasing elsewhere.
ORANGNsper BOX." eta
O p B --Fresh mackerel, 20 for 25 cents,
Bright: Fancy, $8.50a$4; choice, $3.00 to f
:.s25; poor, $2.00 tot$2.25. Rusty: Choice, A. Davids '. 26-t
7.15 to$2.00 ; poor, $1.00 to $1.50. -Those splendid and cheap stoves
LKmo-s.per.Box. at J. D Streety's are being sold at a
Fine'budded stock, small slzes, $2A.to to .
$3.(A); large coarse skinned native stock. $1 lively rate. Secure one before they
to $1.50. all go. 24-tf
Limes, per box ................_ .90 to100 -Pickle codfish at A. Davidson's.
Ftrape nuit, per box,.............$3.50 to $5o.0
=orida Syrup, per gal., by the bbl., 37 tO 45c 26-tf
rida Eggs, per doby-thecase,ISto0c' -One car-load of LIME for plaster-
Chickens, 35 to 40c; geese, 50 to 60c; .ur. andbuilding purposes j ustreceiv
key*. t Ito0.40. '-ed and for sale at special rates by A. G
Cab, e: peritr bl40.) to $5.00, Toms- Bigelow. tf
4t1.t50to$3".00. S)iuaihes: $1.00$to $2.
,'a". $"".la Pens, $l.o0 a $l.50' -The Fire Department have ap
W .umbera. *3 50 a !M-uw, per box.-pota_ -pointed an efficient committee on wa-
toes, $4.00 a$4.50 prr 'bl.lz: 5(mberries; ter supply, and we mnny look for a
:10 a 25c per quart;, Caultlfla er, $3.00 a $3.- speedy solution of the problem. 'The
50 per crate, it Council and County Commis-
Our C.'lago laget telegzrapl aW., morn .
it,,?- pasnone in th" wnrketL .Tum*t 1ssoners and our citizens should
*er crate. Cabbage $8 per barel, tlliihr*. combine with the Fire Department
perp1,uad, "*Pretty good prices." extending aid to obtain the supply.
LAKE CITY EPORTER
VMR1 IENOCRATIC ORl,
f* Umbia Coonty," "
LAKE CITY. FLOREIIA. FRIDAY,.MAY 23, 1884.
I hetr ih-,. a Lbal follow Irth and doath;
i hear hu&r pestllame draw his vaporous
"Reiratm, pr apnre. "r ehwlk e> alhll.
I he.r mui, lt'OirHW *n die;
Andldn,',,ln l. aL N n' cr-Y.
Th,. wid,I nls iund -ii fard' Acrlr 1 W
ullk~f. I- no, the prizer rejotr e to win.
Now airy ewWS Of Autfering drf8s .des-
cend r ,- ,.
On frntl, HIre =W ii on trees, ind have.io end.,
0 *od' o ,allure dIuanna u defend;
PIl rail onI h &t rW a-h" f ra in ofdre -ms,.
.\11paallanAkvwL-,re tie loving bieam
Ofllbtoln tp me ig woods and
Iat ,WMSr WllriMmm ,-- v .
The 4W bas impulsivcel jumped
at a CoticlWa in in pretummiog that in
meeting a & d mtp week, w* em
WNs4f 1o create *,Waom w GQvMtW
Drem. or any other man. We are not
*wire-puller and do.rot tolerate the
dfilxpisition of foreatalliag the free, un-
ertolifled expft|rm c pthe'peopie
Ewilting id ft wrention to express
Un2*prefereceM. We are oppoeied to
It 06 principler We have not ego-
illa enough to presume we could aO-
eBirpTlsh a boom, even if we tried,
In Me Drew matter, the ,expression
a the people Is unrtieser'edly for
hiBm! Why then should we attempt
a hooi iThat is already In full force?
W might, witlf tde same lack, of
charity, presmie that the S'frr \I s i-
ng 11 uier orders fflom Drew'z. oppo-
nvPt, and imightannouunee such at
hthng wh tn equal foundation un-
derly ug ithe assertion of the Star rel-
ative to th, "Conference." It. is in-
CITY AN14 COUNTY CHAT.
Now search your handy pocket-book,
You'll need to look, I ween,
If you qrcuyk on June the 3d,
To0ldr R/int Auguitlue!
-R-t. Is needed.
-Oh, my! that water.
-New moon to-morrow.
-The 8wp1er last night was a pleas-
-Haddock "lieatA. Davidion'A.
--Haddock fla at A. Davths6n's. `
... .. ... .. 2 -tf
.*-,TaiplP Extrpt;it .at 7r. nTeuter
Son'g. A tf'
-For first-cloas machinery of all
kinds,write or call on M. M. Scarbor-
ough, representing A. C. Porter'sRes-
-Assistant 'Foreman Adieks is a
"dandy." I I
=-The best and freshest Fancy Gro-
ceries at S. D. Roberts'. tf
-Dried Apples, fresh and nice, at
Edge & Porter's. tf
-Fine Patent Flour, the best in the
market, at Edge'& Porter's. tf
-Do you want a first-class Stove ?
Go to Streety's. 24-tf
O,.-Th,- hle,-t kind of Goshen Butter,
9tant-ed, at 30 cents per pound, at
Put Samer's Red Star Store. 31 2t
--Crates and crate materialready
for construction shipped to any portion
of the State uponorder. BAYA &
AAST.'R'. '' tf
-Remember the lSWtival Thursday
-A car-load of new stoves ofthe
best manufacture, cheaper than- you
can purchase elsewhere in the city at
J. D. Street's. 24-tf
-We were shown a cucumber, this
week, grown on Dr. Appell's place,
measuring sixteen anil a half Inch's
-Flour3 of all grades can always be
found at S. D. Roberts' Family Gro-
cery Store. tf
-Send your orders for vegetable
crates to Baya & Masters, Lake City,
Florida. ,' tf
-Bacoiv and meats of all kinds kept
constantly on hand at the choice Gro-
cery of S. D, Roberts. tf
-maThli pykv-o f a,-MifL~iq.o.Hhi bg
er' Be8t tar Store. 31-:'t
-A. C. Porter's Resident Agency
sells all kinds of'machinery supplies,
such as shafting, pulleys, couplings,
-At the meeting-of the Fire Com-
pany, on Tuesday night, Captain Jog.
F. Baya was unanimously elected
First Assistant Foreman.
-A new lot of Hoopskirts, Bustles
and other drygoods just arrived at
Potsdamer's Red Star Store. 31-2t
-Old papers suitable for washing
windows, cutting patterns, and lining
bustles, for sale cheap at this office.
-Grits, Meat, Rice, Salt, Coffees,
Wpos, Crackers, Sugar, and everything
li the grocery line at S. D. Roberts. tf
-Vegetable Crates, manufactured
by Baya & Masters, Lake City, Flori-
da. Send in -your orders without de-
--The Episcopal Church Society
wilt meet at Mrs. Bigelow's, Tuesday
night, next. All are invited to at-
-If you wish neat and strong crates
to pack your Vegetables, order them
from Baya & Masters, Lake City, Flo-
-You save money by purchasing
your Railroad tickets from S. Boteler
,Thompson Agent for Leve & Aldeg.
-Beat Goshen butter at 30 cents per
pound at lotsdameri's Red Star
--A peck of' wrnms have been
known to pas from one child. Shri-
ner's Indian Vermnifuge was the rem-
edy used. Only 25 cents a bottle.
--Lemon, Sarsaparilla, Ginger and
Strawberry soda water, also, Cider al-
ways on lce, at Potsdamers's Red
Star Store. 31-t2
--Anyone desiriug a rtore of tht
best manufacture, will do thelnselve.
an injustice if they purchase before
inspecting and pricing Streety's hand-
some line. Call at once. 24-tf
--The beautiful china and hand-
somely decorated, crockery-ware
Opened by Steely is going off' like
"/hotlcakes." If you want to secure
any of it call and purchase at once.
before it is a'll sold. tf
-We hear already of parties who,
will erect one or more saw-mills upor
our new road. There is no finer ticr--
ber to be found in the State than be.
tween this city and Ichetuckne
BYRO E. OAK,
DEALER IN MARBLE E,
P ru! I llUKnill'
'S. St. ROBINSON',
Ja O- BE S SA-NTT,
No, 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Oldest and Cheapest House in the State..,,
*R 13'OnfSY MAI POMPTt. IPt LD?6^ 's:
CITY AND CLUB STAlRW.oS..
Bay Street, Corner Cedar, Jacksonville, Fis.
I am now prepared to frimish at short notice the
LAJNDAUS AND LAI'+DAULET-S;
BUGGIES AND HORSES,
ThIat there Is In the city.
Partles deslring a nIce turnout will do well to call and examine my stock before going elsewhere
Orders left at Stable orat Ofice, 22 West Bay street, will receive immediate attention. Special atten-
tion given to Boarding and Sale Stock.
:ME. X. JKA.ItRXIIDGE, M3na1cr.
For ORANGE TBEBS, to secure a vigorous growth, full fruitage and bright fruit.
For VEGETABLES, the Special Manures adapted to each crop, prepared with the greatest cars.
making a Perfect Plant Food In its most available form, so that it can be readll..drawn upon by the
yonngrootlete to nourish the plants.
Send for Pamphlets giving Testimonials, Price-list, and full Information.
PURE GROUND BONA POTASH and COTTON OEED MEAL, also for sale by
I*. iqoQUAIJD, QenofIl Ag&Wnt,.
SCIENTIFIC AND) INDUSTRIAL
Mr. Alan Cole, an expert in lace mak-
ing, has been traveling through Ireland,
under the auspices of the South Kens-
ington authorities, lecturing on Irish lace
and giving instructions in the method of
imparting artistic design to this beauti-
The Astronomer Royal of Ireland, Pro-
sessor Ball, after reviewing all the differ-
ent methods of calculating the distance
between the earth and the sun, says the
!in,t ,robable distance seems to be 92,
700,000 miles, with a probable error of
Borings for salt in Northern Germany
have revealed the existence of immense
deposits of the mineral in some of the
most neglected and forlorn localities.
One of these drills reached salt at a depth
of about 1,100 feet from the surface, and
at 1,500 feet it had not yet penetrated
the deposit, giving it the immense thick-
ness of more than 400 feet.
Apreparation of artificial cork is pat-
ented in Germany, by Grunzwaig and
Hartman, of, Ludwigshaften-on-the
Rhine, and is made by incorporating
sixty-three parts of ground or powdered
cork chips with 180 .parts of boiling
starch paste. The result is a plastic
mass., which is pressed into forms, and
after being removed dried by means o
Some English scientists have been try
ing to explain why it is that persons who
become lost in a fog, or who are for any
reason, unable to see their way, usually
walk in a circle ir,4i.ad of following a
straight line. Mr. W. tLarlen thinks tha
the cause may be found in the strength
of the legs, the stronger of the two out
walking the other when not controlled
by the wilL In .confirmation of thi
view, Mr. C I I Darwin. rcounts .-c
experiments in which several school boy
were blind-folded and told to walk
straight ahead, when the "right-legged"
ones circled to the left, and the "left
legged" ones to the right, exactly as they
should do if the theory is correct, while
one boy who seemed to be neither right
legged nor left-legged, but to use the
two limbs with about equal facility
walked irregularly, but deviated much
less from a straight course than any o
the others. Another writer, Mr. Thoma
Hawksley, supposes that few person
have both legs of equal length, in which
case the longer limb must have a "ten
dency to outstrip the other in walking.
THE PRESIDED TS HORSES. Wul'.
Judge not; how much of wrong is done,
A BEPORTEWS V13IT TO THE WHITE How many hearts with sorrow wrung
HOUSBE STABLES. Purer, perhaps, than thine;
Because suspicion, like a blight,
e How they are Situated and What Has changed their hope to gloom of night
f they Contain--Miss Nellie's Indian
Pony-Hornes of Former Presidents. Though brightly hope did shine.
Just south of the State department, on Judge not; how many a soul has been
Seventeenth street, says the Washing- Driven by scorn to deeds of sin,
ton Star, are the White House stables. Which had been pure without.
e The building is a two-story press brick, Believe not all reports as true,
c forming three sides of a square. It is But give to them what is their due,
- set back a little way from the street, and An ever-honest doubt,
I the stable yard and drive way are paved
"vith asphalt. clear to the side walk. Judge not; what right have we to say,
y The building is reached through an iron "Our brother meaneth harm always '
0 gate from the street. A private telephone But let us rather give
c wire runs from the office of the Presi- That Christian grace of charity,
1. dent's secretary to the stables, so that a Which we would were given, if we
h carriage can be summoned in a very few Under reproach should live.
minutes. There is nothing remarkable Our judgmeitt, what a hasty thing
d about these stables. In fact there are A n d dh! ho w hde a its tin gI
scores of private stables in the West End Andd!! how deadly is its stngl
far handsomer, more convenient, and The one it strikes must bear
healthier. A deep cellar extends Perhaps for years the wound it gives;
beneath the stable portion, and the And still the scar the wound outlives.
d moisture soaking through its walls is Oh, let us then bewareI
I apt to make it unhealthy for the -The (Tuid
9 horses. The only interest attached to
the stables arises from the simple fact HUMOR OF THE DAY.
9 that they are the President's stables. De-
" siring to know something about their A false profit-Ill-gotten gains.
d contents, and knowing the antipathy of Always getting into scrapes-Nut
f the stable employes to reporters, the Star mess.
man sought the kind services of Colonel t s m of t ,
- W. H. Crook, the executive clerk, and "Do take somemore of the vegetables,
o was accompanied by him the other moyn- Mr. Blood, for they go to the pigs, any-
y ing through the stables. The central way,."-Harvard Lampoon.
y part of the building in which the horses Colored waiters are the best. What-
a are stabled has stood, as it now is, for ever is said at the table they will be sure
t many years, but the wings were extended to keep dark.-New Orleans Item.
h a couple of years ago to make more car- 'Half a loaf is better than no leisure,"
riage room, as President Arthur needs remarked the tramp, as he settled him-
d more than former Presidents. The north self for a nap on a park bench.-New
is half of the stable proper is devoted to York Life.
le he Presidint's private horses. There Tight boots are aid t9 cause the blood
4 are three large box stalls on one side, and to moWntto the face. 'mat's why sotiecy
k six stalls on the other. The President's girls are all the time blushing.--Burling-
" riding horse is the occupant of one of the ton Free Press.
t- box stalls. He is a sorrel gelding, seven A young woman is about to open a
y years old, ana about sixteen hands high. c s in w Y ork We hpen o
c There is nothing remarkable about this cgar store in New York We have no
b- animal. He is simply a good-looking, doubt she will have capital to back her.-
e easy riding horse, his principal gaits Boston Bulletin.
', beingpace and canter. The President Jay Gould's income is reckoned to be
h frequently takes a ride on summer even- at the rate of $9 a minute. Whena man
f ings. He is a fair rider, and is fond of asks him for a minute it means some-
ts the exercise. He has four carriage horses,. thing.--Statesman.
is two in the box stalls and two in the The sunsets are still red, which is more
h stalls ofl the other side. They than can be said of a great many scien-
'- are all bays, about sixteen hands high. tific articles being published on the sub-
They are very stylish, and arc groomed ject.-Cincinnati Times-Star.
to perfection, and either pair hitched to A Japanese woman dresses her hair
any one ,of the handsome -carriages, with only once in four days. This gives the
Albert on the box, make a very striking rest of the family an occasional glance at
e turnout. Occasionally they are driven the mirror.--Bismarck Tribune.
four-in-hand. Two other stalls are oc- When freedom from her mountain height
)c cupied by Allan Arthur's buggy team, Unfurled her stanciard to the breeze
. one a Hambletonian gelding and the She gave the ladies perfect right
other a Black Hawk mare. They are To do all things-just as they please.
,e driven a great deal, either single or ChicagoSun,
o double, by their owner when he is at A man has been arrestedin London 0r
home, but while he is at college they re- simply laying up something for a rainy
h ceive only the necessary exercise. Allan day. In his room over nine hundred
l1 Arthur is a very daring rider. He not umbrellas were discovered.- -Norristown
only knows how to ride well but has Herald.
r- plenty of nerve, and it takes a good A preacher having married a couple in
ir horse to get the better of him. the church the other day, unfortunately
In one of the remaining 'stalls stands gave out as the very next hymn, "Mis-
it the little Indian pony which the Presi- taken souls that dream of Heaven."-
dent brought back from his trip to the Chicago Sun.
;y Yellowstone country last year. He has "You can lead a horse to the water,
not yet made his debut, but is. receiving but you can't make him drink," says the
f course of training at the hands of old saw. You couldn't make scmni men
" Albert on the White Lot drive. When drink, either, if you took them to a
t by patience and careful training he be- hydrant.-Hawkeye.
comes perfectly docile he w-lI be driven A young dude once went to Tahiti,
by the President's daughter' Nellie to a But the natives all thought as a sweetie
st dog cart. He is a cute little thing, with They would find him so good,
s reached mane and banged tail. His color That they used him for food;
s is what is termed in the West as I 'painted" Or, to put it more plainly, they eat he,
or "calico," and what the children call --The Judge.
d "circus"--irregularly marked with white There is probably nothing in this
e and brown in about equal proportions, transitory world that will yield larger
a He was presented to the President last and quicker returns on the amount i-
)r summer by Sharpnose, an &rrapahoe vested, than poking a wasp with your
chief. finger to see if he feels well.-Chicago
i The south side of the stable is devoted Sun-
l to the office horses, six in number. The "Into the lilt of love's blithe measure
pair of tipped sorrels usually driven in there has crept a curious jar and halt,"
a the secretary's carriage are very good sings Ella Wheeler. It appears that Ella's
d travelers, pa, too, comes down to the gate some-
.t "A great many people think,"' said times in his largest pair of boots.--Gour,
t;Colonel Crook, "that the expense of ier-Journal.
it keeping the President's horses are borne A Philadelphia man compels his
by the government. Such is not the daughter to eat onions every night for
case. The government keeps up the of- supper, and thus assures himself that he
n,"c "tn leo c.-L.r.,-J~~^ "<.? ?[,-.. L4086,"W*,^lTapmqro
. pt,,p,-rr ,1 and the r k Llt ^ng ,11-d I ,r f-,, b ', *p: ..
,,. ".r" P p.... alYtwo Krupp is building a'hammer that
-U.".ea t. Wh no loert needs feed weighs fifty tons and will cost over two
he buys it from a private firm, while the million dollars No-doubt such a ham-
d iuartermaer' s come r t mer will come handy during house-clean-
d quartermaster's department. ...we...uldn'tl"ke to hold the
General Grant had very nine horses tc 1 ...11,,9",ln U e uuon15l~ 0 00 n
when he was President, continued Col- tack. -Philadelphia Call.
- onel Crook, "and it was very seldom Kaiser William, King George, of
f that he was passed on the road. He Greece, and King Christian, of Denmark,
g was a splendid-driver. Hayes had only will meet this summer in Weisbaden.
a four horses-a pair of grays, and a pair' Opposition summer resorts will have to
- of bays. Garfield had verve nice turn- hold a pretty good hand to beat three
outs. He had one pair of -bays and a Kings.--Norristown Herald.
1 gray and a black. The latter were used A Canal street storekeeper conceived
mostly for saddle horses, and the boys and executed the plan of putting up the
(t used to ride them a great deal." sign, "Admission Free," over the door of
e The south wing of-the stables is used his store, and his place has been crowded
s for the President's carriage, and in. the ever since. The average human being
second story live the watchman and his does love a free show.-Picayune.
family. The President has three car- Some one says "no thoroughly occu-
s riages, a landau, a victoria and a brough- pled man was ever miserable." The
am. They were all very handsomely Iin- Philedelphia News is convinced that that
ished. President Arthur's coat-of-arms man evidently doesn't know what it is to
f is on the doors with the motto: "Im- attempt the feat of keeping twin babies
s pelle obstantia." Allan Arthur's Brews- quiet while their mother goes to church.
ter trotting buggy is also inthis carriage- ," si h English nobleman, "I
Alet h rsdntswl-nw l the ate ntonAer sbecoin
drvr a S yactd fi th~at aait too overrun with uoblemen.-BotoPst
.ful servant and a thorough horseman. He Immunity of Generals in Battle.
is very fond of horses, but he dislikes re-
porters. If he thinks a question, is asked A curious article might be written on
for newspaper purposes, he shuts up like the immunity from wounds in action of
'a clam. Honever leaves the stables at some generals, and the ill-fortune of
Night until he is certain that he will not others in becoming the billet for a bullet.
be needed any more. In case an emergency No commander was ever more forward
.should arise and his services be required, in the n~ghting line than Sheridan, yet he
the watchman always knows where to never received' a scratch. Skobeleff,
find him. He is very dark, but a fine- who, many a time went at it with his own
looking man, and in his handsome livery good sword, and in his white coat, and
looks well on the box. R.0 r1 v Lamas, on his whte charger, headed every
a handsome mulatto house servant, acts clagewt ekesesta e
as footman to the President. President called madness, had as complete an ira-
Arthur's turnouts "always look well and munity, as it he carried the charmed life
always attract attention. that his soldiers ascribed, and was
; ~ wounded only in the quiet" trenches by a
chance bullet fired in the air nearly a
A Cure for Diphtheria. mile away. Wellington was but once hit;
.. A correspondent of the' Bcdtimorean the bullet that carried away his boot-heel
writes in the following confident strain : sac ^ macnuin rn a
The following is said to be an almost cer" never: struck; no more was Napoleon..
tain cure for that terrible scourge, "diph- Ba'zaine was a man to whom fortune was
theria." If it should save some dear not stingy in the matter of wounds. At
child, or even one of larger growth and Bory there came to him thei leaden re-
mnorn mature gears, I shall be more-than mind.athatihe was .mortal, thou~zgh this
compensated for the httle trouble to time it was but a gentle hint. Thetrag-
w;hich I have been subjected in prepar- ment-of a shell hit him on the left shoul-
ing it for the columns of your journal: der, butt had been well spent, and be-
Should you or any of your family be cause of the protection of the epaulette,
attacked with diphtheria, be not alarmed, gave him but a contusion, from which he
as it is easily and speedily cured without had pain for several days, especially when
a doctor. When it was raging in Eng- on horseback.--Modern. Age.
land, I accompanied Doctor Field on his -- *
rounds to witness the so-called "wonder-, Lead Pencils.
ful cures" he performed, while the pa- With the improved machinery now
tients of others were dropping on all used, ten hands will make about four
sides. The remedy to be rapid must be thousand lead pencils of the cheaper
simple. All he took with him was pow- grade a day. The cedar comes chiefly
der of sulphur and a quill, and with these from Florida, and it is received in slabs
he cured every patient without exception, of pencil length, one for the lead to go
He put a spoonful of flower of brim- in and the other to cover it, as may to
stone into a wine glass, full of water, seen by examining the end of any lead
and stirred it with his finger instead pencil. Four little grooves are sawed in
of a spoon, as the sulphur does the thicker slabs, for the leads, which
not readily amalgamate with are kept in hot glue and taken one by
water. When the sulphur mixed he one and inserted in the grooves. Then
gave it as a gargle, and in ten minutes the thin slab is glued to the leaded slab,
the patient was out of danger. Brimstone and, thus united, they are run through a
kills every specie of fungus in man, beast, molding machine, four pencils coming
and plant in a few minutes. In extreme from each slab. After the ends are
cases, in which he had been called just in rasped they are run between grooved
the nick of time, when the fungus was wheels at considerable pressure for the
too nearly closed' to allow the gargling, only finish they get. This burnishes
he blew the sulphur through a quill into them, and they are tied in dozens and
the throat, and after the fungus had boxed for sale, mostly in pllin wood,
shrank to allow of it, then the gargling, and of three degrees of hardness. The
He never lost a patient of diphtheria. If graphite used comes in a fine black pow-
a patient cannot gargle, take a live coal, der, and is mixed with german' white
put it on a shovel and sprinkle a spoonful clay, about half and half, and then
or two of flour of brimstone at a time upon ground with moisture, forming a paste.
it, let the sufferer inhale it, and the fun- This is pressed in dies into lengths of
gus will cLie. If plentifully, used the four leads, which are. cut and then baked
whole room may be filled to suffo- at a very high temperature. These sell
cation; the patient can walk about in it, at 85 cents, $1.50 and $2 per gross, and
inhaling the fumes, with doors and win- are very good articles, writing smoothly
dows shut. The mode of fumigating a and evenly. The manufacturer makes
room with sulphur has often cured most about one hundred per cent., selling the
violent attacks of colds in the head, pencils at eighty-five cents a gross, and
chest, etc., at any time, and is recom- the retailer makes a good thing selling
mended in cases of consumption and asth, them at a cent apiece. The graphite
ma." costs about twenty-five cents a pound,
and the clay little more than the freight.
"Now to make a point," said the para- The more clay is used in the leads the
graph editor. And he deliberately pro- harder they will be. The cedar lo cut
cded to sharpen his pencil.-New Yoh mostly from fallen trees in Florida
Commercial. swamps. -- Geyer's Stationer.
3E. H. CS HO FIELD,
Fine Florida Palmetto Hats,
AND AGENT FOR
olostic, Ition hoid a1g Now Homo Kwu achuK.
The Best Needles for jS11 Machines.
No. 73 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE. FLA
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numoerof in'e. oaurszjuirrld. Lcoat notices
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Energy well directed never misses th
That virtue which requires to b
ever guarded is scare worth the sentinel
To be indifferent whether we embrac
falsehood or truth is the great road t(
Vanity keeps person,3 in favor witl
themselves who are out of favor with al
Undertake not what you cannot per
form, but be careful to keep you
"When you measure aught, give flI
measure and weigh with a just balance
One hour of equity is better than seventh
years of devotion. '
It is only necessary to grow old to be
come more indulgent. I see no faul
committed that I have not committed
myself, says Goethe.
What the country wants the most jus
now is less religion and more piety, les
politics and more patriotism, and less
pedigree and more pluck.
The desire of power in excess caused
angels to fall; the desire of knowledge
in excess caused men to fall; but it
charity is no excess, neither can man no
angels come into danger by it.
"American society," says Maurice M
Minton, 't4o-day has lost some of th
sterling qualities of yesterday. Our an
cestors clung firmly to their convictions
but much of their posterity has decided
to pass under the rod of fashion.impor
the old follies of Europe, forget that they
are Americans, and sell out tle birthrigh
of their nation's individuality."
A. olt; sailor reemnir-r,, clam r -le
Never neglect a cold. -The attack may
not seem severe, but a cold is a cold, and
therefore an enemy to be looked after
with the greatest watchfulness.
A correspondent of the Liverpool Mer
eury declares that an ounce of cream o
tartar dissolved in one pint of boiling
water, drank cold at short intervals, is a
sure prophylactic and a cure of small-
If baby is hoarse at night, take a small
piece of oil silk, rub a little lard or ani-
mal oil of any kind over it and fasten it
next his skin, over the chest. It may be
pinned with small safety pins to his
For the-prompt cure of ringworm, Dr.
Foote's Health Monthly advises sufferers
to try Dr. Taylor's prescription, composed
of four grains of bichloride of mercury
to one ounce of tincture of myrrh. Of
course this is only for local applications
as a paint.
Franklin and Adams as Room-Mates.
Here is a funny old story which has
never seen print, and it is true, having
come down among the traditions of the
old families of Massachusetts, says a
Boston lady: Some time during the revo-
lutionary period, or a little after, John
Adams and Benjamin Franklin were dis-
patched from Philadelphia, I believe, to
this State, on" a public errand. Adams
had a mortal antipathy, shared by -him
along with the majority of mankind at
t t day, against the night air. He be-
lieved that if he kept his bedroom win-
dow open even a crack at night he would
surely die. Franklin, on the other hand,
was a disbeliever in the theory of danger
in the night air, and he had many argu-
ments with Adams thereon. Circum-
s-lan-es and the crowded condition of
many of the taverns they stopped at on
their journey eastward compelled them
frequently to occupy the same room,
and often the same bed. Adams
always opposed raising the window,
and poor Ben nearly suffocated and re-
viled Adams on waking for his wretched
theory of the 'deadly effects of nature's
universal medium of breath. One night
Ben slyly raised a window in their com-
mon-chatmbber, hut'Adams," on the alert
for his friend's little games, insisted that
it should be closed at once. Said crafty
Ben: "Now, Mr. Adams, we'll go tobed
with the window up, and I will show
you why it will not be harmful to us to
permit it to stay open. If I cannot con-
vince you of the reasonableness of my
theory, I will myself get up and close
the window." Adams weakly consented,
and Ben began to reason with him.
Finally poor Adams was talked to sleep,
and Ben tranquilly resigned himself to
slumber. Next morning great was
Adams' horror at finding the window up,
but not having died during the night,
and feeling no ill effects from having
breathed the night air, he became a con-
vert to sly Benjamin's night-air theory.
The author of a history of America dur-
ing the colonial epoch told me this anec-
dote as something amusing, which has
hitherto escaped type.
"Plowing Day" in China.
Wong Chin Foo, of New York, tell
the world, through a newspaper, in
pretty good English, something about
' 'Plowing Day" in China. It is celebrated
by good Cele'stials wherever they are. In
China the emperor celebrates it as the
planting time. He takes hold of a plow
and furrows the ground until the sweat
of his face wets his shoes. It is the
Chinese national holiday, and the cere-
monies with which it is celebrated are
partly devotional. According to Wont
Chin Foe the Chinese are not heathen at
all. They believe in a supreme Joss and
in the immortality of the soul. They ex-
emplify" their faith in immortality by
decorating the graves of their dead rela-
tives and feasting their famished souls
with roast pig and wine. The banquet
costs them something, too, which stands
them in proof of their sincerity.
They have a species of water-tortoises
n China, with hair growing on their
>acks, specimens of which have lately
>een forwarded to England.
A.RLES, ET. 1 RTAOTT.
77 West Bay Street. Jacksonville.
ORD ES BDY MA IL 1VILL RECEIVE PROMPT A TTEffNTmj1.
E. I-3. TOB. 'x"
FRUITS AND PRODUCE,
No, 27 N, marke, 27 CUMntn ani 55 Morcantilo Sts, Boston.
The Sale of Florida Vegetables a Specialty,
w- Particular attention paid to Southern Fruits and Produce in
Wholesaleand Retail dealers in all.kinds of
Northern, Western and Southern
1 -Produce and Frulits"
--Foida Froils andILffts
ORDERS AND CONSIGNMENTS
;" .' SOLICITED.
POST OFFICE SB X No. 1_O.
M-" State Agents for Gould & Company's Fertil.
D. W. TRUMPELLER,
Recently from the North, now the leading
In Jacksonville,has received a complete stock of
Spring & Summer Goods
'or gentlemen, which he will make up for those
who will favor him with their order inthe latest
style and of the best workmanship.
A Perfodt Fit and General Satisfaction Guar.
Give him a call before leaving your order elsewhere.
51 West Bay St.,
-JACKSONVILLE, ,. FLA.
n"-ly. D. W. TRUMPELLIM.
Opposite Railroad Depot
Flours of all grades, Coffees,' Teas, Sugars,
Butter, +Ld,.,Bacon, Rice, Canned Goods
O of every variety; in fact, everything to
;" "tbe fobindin a progressive grocery store.
IPo0ol aud 11 BUliar-d. Room
is fitted up with especial care. Greatest attention
paid to guests. Everything new, and
pleasure of patrons kept in view.
I also dispense the finest
Wines, .LCquorsF, Beer, Etc.,
tobefonma in the State. Remember, opposite
4-ly WM. TAYLOR.
&. .. O.RE EN. ASIILEM SrANSRI.L
G GREEN & STANSELL,
m .mJttceoimastf Merchants
"7r-9 BROADD STREET, ATLANTA, GA.
Special attention given 'to the handling of
FLORIDA FRUITS and VEGETABLES
f ". We give our entire attention to our Commission
Business. We always remit the day sales are made
and get o patrons the top of the market.
Stencils furnished on application.
We keep our regular patrons posted in market
GREEN & STANSELL.
John H. James, Banker, Atlanta, Ga; B. P.
Frost & Co., Cotton Factory, Charleston, S. C.,
Hon. G. B. Lartiguc, Blackville, S. C.; Paul E.
Fielder, Cotton Factor and Agent State of Georgia,
Charleston, S. C. 23-3m
Eo T L REFEREnMorES. B
Editor of THE LAKE CITY REPORTER, and any house In Boston.
ASHtLEY PHL OSnP -1AE O.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SMALL L GRAIlST SPEOI FIC.
A Highly Ammoniated and Complete fertilizer for Wheat, Oats, Rye and all Small Grain Crops
AI-LXEjBV [A-S YI LEiXENT,
Of Superior Activity and Effic'ency. A very cheap and Excel!ent Fertilizer for Small
Grain, used alone; or better still, with Cotton seed or
Stable Manure to supply Ammonia.
Ashley Acid Phosphate, Ashley dissolved Bone, Genuine Leopoldshall Kainit, Floats of Highest
Grade, Product of the Due Altomizer.
COTTON-SEED MEAL OF BEST QUALITY.
N. B.-The above Fertilizers, especially the ASHLEY ASH ELEMENT, have been successfully used on
oranges by some of the best growers in the State.
- or Terms, Hand-Books, Agricultural Primers and excellent Articles on peas, Ash Element, Floats,
Kalnit, etc., address 17-1y
THE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. C. PORTER,
RESIDENT AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS <
Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Pumps,
AND ALL KINDS OF
FIl-IST-CLAS MACHI-INE; IY
AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED BEFORE.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Parties in want of any of the above Machinery uill consult their In-
terest to examine my prices before purchasing. For the present I will receive orders left with M. M.
J. H. BAHRENBURG. C. H. BAHRENBURG.
J. H. BAI--El-RE:B'BU;RGr &f R
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Fruits and Vegetables,
108 XinRRAY STREET, NEW YORK.
Special attention given to the sale of Florida Vegetables, and prompt returns rendered. r-WNSend for
J. T. TALBOTT.
BI H. MENAOGLt
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TRAINS LEAVE GAINE37ILLE.
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PorPalatka. Ocala& Leesburg ...... 1100 1
31 00 F x
For Micanopy .......................... 5 00
Trainleaves at.......................", 6 30 A M
Train arrives at ...................... 6 11 P m
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West R'y, and i rr r \.. "-*,-- fo, " .\ ......
tine, Green .:., .r.-.,,. .i .'. i, Rw.i a..i sd l
p o i n t s -n o r t h .t r .' l r '" : '
steam ers for -,,,111 -1; r l Al:.j *,i ir Y .. ..
Twin Screw I-:,o -r,: ,.-i," t.', ". ,-[, ,. i r
Charleston, S, ", ...ii L',..*.-.. i [,l'il.ln3. A''
A t W ait's C r **. : I '1r, I' V '. ,r. 'r l fo r
At Gainesville, with Trana*& railroad for Cedar
Key, Pensacola, New OrleanmMnd Tarapa
At Ocala, with Transit railway,, and -aacks for
At Leesbarg. with the boats on Lake "farris for
points on lake and along, the St. John' & Lake
Eustis a'y. Also with Graham's hacks for+1 points
in South Florida.
S. CONANT, JAS. D. HOLLIskER,
General Manager. "Superint ndent.
0. W. BROWELL, G, F. it A.
r. f'. 1.I'N.Y -.3,
A ,rood Stock of Patent Medicines,
School Books and Stationery
59 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.
Savannah, Florida & VesterntR'y
WAYCROSS SHOIUT LINE.
All trains of this road are runjy Central (90th
meridian time, which is B3 mlhtes slower than
ON and after Sunday, Nove'iicf 1", 1883 ..am)
senger trains will leave anderrive as follows:
Leave Jacksonville daily at.....;......... 8:00 a m
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at... I........ 10:00 p m
Arrive at Callahan daily at .............. 8:42 a in
Arrive at Waycross daily at.............. 10:40 a m
Arrive at Live Oak daily at....... ........ 6:30 p m
Arrive at NeW Branford daily at!I....... 7:45 p "I
Arrive at Brunswick daily at....,i ...... 8 00 p m
Arrive at Jesup daily at..........e ....... 12 1S p m
Arrive at Savannah daily at. .......... 2 2-) p m
Leave Savannah daily at ......... ....... 2 45 p m
Arrive at Yeranee daily, at .....-7....... 10 p m
Arrive at Charleston daily, at........... 7 50 p m
Arive at Thomasville daily, at.. ........ 325pm
Arrive at Bainbridge daily, at... ....... 7 15 p m
Arrive at Chattahoochee dally, at .-r..... 6 36 p In
Arrive at Pcnsac1a dally, at.... ....... 1145 p m
Arrive at Mobile dally, at..........,,...... 4 30 a m
Arrive at New Orleans daily, at. -,.,,, ..... 9 60 a m
Pu Inmen Parlor Carp on this tr aeaksonville to
.,.,i.n a, ,1 ,.,;r ,,..... "fT, ,, 1- itfa1l and
,r ,,, I ., ,o .. in r.iti.\li.at.p p ,.- PI llm an
.. I s.:.' e p...( .r... ri.-.... ... | ..,. W across
This train connects at -..,P,,, f.-.ra with
steamer Caddo Belle, leaving ] *.1 `0 .* Iey and
Suwanee river points every Friy morning at 4
o'clock, arriving at Cedar Key thwime-afternoon.
returning, leaves Cedar lcj-.l]nday morning
after arrival of Tampa steamshipelt
FAST MAIL. '
Leave Jacksonville dally at ....... ....... 2 20 p m
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at .... ....... 2 30 p m
Arrive at-Callahan daily at ...... ..... 310 pm
Arrive at Waycross daily at-. -, 0....... 5 05 p m
Arrive at Jesup daily at ........If, ....... 6 536 p m
Arrive at Savannah daily at ..... o f........ 8 17 p m
Arrive at Charldstoil daily At..,.. ....... 1 05 a m
Arrive at Washingtont, D. C., dill at...... 11 00 pm
Arrive ait New Y+,rk daily at..... ....... 6 0 am
Pullman Falace Parlor cars On is traint bsLween
Jacksonville and Savannah.
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THE FLORAL r OTE
Florida Central' aesterrnRly
(Central, or Ninetieth .erid.an, time).
JACKSONVILLE, F]a November 18, 1883.
COMMENCING THIS DA B, trains on this road
v^i .i.. I I hl, 1 .' [.**,l ." ,] l i uu ;l f:l l i m
V,,I t ,I,, ; , 'r k '.. I.' .,,. ..,r r .
No. 3. No. 1. No. 2. No. 4.
AccoI. Mail. Mail. Accom.
r. M. A. M. Fh T. 1. A. X.
340 Soo ;''^**r k; 7-80
5, 45 ,, 14, 1 1 i lll ,_l"I I, 00
950 1042.. 0ll',l l ,h h- *'
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70",i 350 irl, .440
745 400 1, l55.1
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Ji 15 545 A., r* I. 1ni a [ 1210
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10 10 Il,, i, I , 1 ,: 1
P-- Mo. .A. .11
7 15 Ar. Na.-hville.-44!. 1;5 2
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6 45 I r ... 00
Trains I an j I, l rJ 1 .11!; -ex-
O.ly line W I ,A -I I If r! rl I.. ren-
Encola daily; a I --i i A r : l i. i i to
New Orleans .l. '
t11 54 A / .'>l, .:Ir ..: I I ,s121
1 Jacksor -. 1 ,, ,. 1,,. all
points North .. .. and
Jac ksonville ti.i'r .,. I,..r Fll, lr "0 1 u ith
It 4an e 4s to al :-I., Ir h, il i I r, St.
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to n ew i n. a ,. [I. I'll be i.. rel
N~ewt So.11e ..s (*, ,iM.'.. ., ^i *l 'il
.o Ap l .tr** N N T~iIri 'i u''. l1i~
points Westh.r *". ,,. ,hy *"^ .] z
Ja ks nille the ,,Ir. ,I .1 r.r F. t "~ i,,, ,,,, wit h.-r
itea e v s to al i.r. 1. r Oh I ..rJ t Ol-. ]....ir t.l
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The OrangeQ~.'.., Be.l;t i R1, O aie
GOIits Wes. Si.
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THE LAKE CITY REPORTER.
Millinery, Fancy Dress.Goods,
Notions, Laces, Worsteds, and a ine lne of id Gloves, I
67 West Bay Street, Corner Laura, Jacksonville, Fla.
]Prompt attention 01'ven to Ordea's.
LATEST AND BEST
Drew's Map of Florida.
THE MOST COMPLETE SUPPLY OP.
Music, Toys, Fancy Goods
In all parts of
Government Lands carefully Selected and en-
Send for Price List.
BARRS & HUNTER,
20-ly Jacksonville, Fla.
9 and 10 City Market.
PRINTING & BINDING A SPECIALTY INVITES TOURISTS, STRANGERS AND THE PUBIC GENERALLY i
m NEHRU a WI M WE wIV . ... .. ... .
TO EXAMINE HIS SELECTED STOCK OF
Im0rtol ang mBostic Fino Wines, Brants, whislios
Gln, Alto, Porter, Mineral Waters, and other Goods usually sold In a first-class Wine Store.
iM:ORTED & DOMESTIC CIG-ARS,
and an assortment of
FA0RY -RO SERIES.
I have the agency for the celebrated Pickwick Club Whisky and Diploma Rye Whisky, and the irlglnal
Budweiaer Beer. All Goods warranted first-class and sold at reasonable prices.
Wholesale and Rotail Dealer
Northern Beef, Mutton, Pork, real
and ]Fse Satsnges, Poultry
and Game in Seasot.
The patronage of hotels and boarding-houses in
the Interior solicited.
Orders by mail or telegraph promptly filled.
P. 0. Box 343. 6-6m
S U .J$SCF IBE
M. J.Christopher & Co.
Lake City Reporter,
Onlyr $2,00 per Year.
Fla. Vegetable Headquarters!
R. W. WOODRUFF & CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
42 and 44 Futon Pier and 43 Merchant Row,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET, NEW YORK.
Florida Fruits and Vegetables a specialty., Consignments Solicited. Stencils Sent upon
Application. Prompt Advice and Returns Furnished Upon Sales.
Orange and Vegetable Growers
+ + WANTING TMB
H. J. BAKER & BROTHERS'
S. 13. HUJBBAJD _c o0.,
Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils, Pumps, Lead and
Iron Pipe, Belting, Packing; Mill and Agri-
cultural Supplies, Harness, &c.,
WState Agentf for Wshbhum & Moen's Barbed Wire, Harzard's Powder, S. 1,llern & Co.,
Planet Jr. Goods, Johns Asbestos Ready Mixed PaiAte, Adams & Westlake's Oil Stoves, Kalamazoo
Spring Tooth Cultivatore...M
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
W-We\are making special efforts to Colonize the WBSPERN COUNTIES of FLORIDA and with
most surprising success. We advertise largely in Northern papers and possess umisnal facitities for the
cale of Farms, Plantations and other Improved places. To this fact the attention of all property owners
M-We are the sole Agents for the sale. of property at MOUNT CARRIE, GLEN ST. MARY and
J. Al. 1 ERR On N,
Southern and Western
A Watch Free
READ OUR CLUB OFFER.
The New Waterbury Watch. Stem-Windfng, Nioele
Oanehandsome, durable and warranted to keep Wr-
The Waterbury Watch' ompanyhas a national re u-
tation fon making the best cheap Watch in the world;
not one ie ?ent from the factory without having' been
raw for six days and arefuIll regulated. It runs 27
hours with one winding, and will last for yea".
This is the Faner'aWateh, the Miner's Watch, the
Iaborer's Watch, the By's Watch, the School Girl's
Watch -in fact, everybody's Watch.
Upon receipt of $3.51 by registered letter or money
oder the Watch will be forwarded by mail, regis-
tered or express with charges prepaid.
SPECIAL OFFER.--Clib of Six. ONE
wATCH FREE to the getter up of the club.
Any person sending us club of six name*, together
with $21.00 will reoebve one of these latest improved
Waterbury Watehes postpaid.
As to our reputation for doing what we agree we refer
to the publisher of this paper.
NEW YORK NEWSPAPER UNION,
.....-...a -...- 134 Leonard St., N.w.Vork.
Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Vegetables, &c.
FLORIDA ORANGES A SPECIALTY
What's a' the Stear the Nee wr Davie ?
He keeps the Choicest Groceries constantly on hand.
lie doesn't sell "cheap trash" for good articles, but keeps none but the BEST, and makes you pay
i small profit on it.
He can supply you with the choicest of BUTTER and LARD.
FLOUR rLOUR- FLOUR rLOUR
HOMINY AND MEAL, Homemade and Northern, can be found at his store.
BACON, HAMS, SHOULDERS and Choicest WINES and LIQUORS.
The best brand of Condensed Milk at DAVIE'S.
T-IE BEST OF EVERYTI-IITG
That's What is the Mattor wi' Davis, and Don't Yon Forlot it!
H O LT" -q P H. A. R M A- C Y,
31 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.,
Has constantly in stock a full line of
PURE FRESH DRUGS,
The Finest Line of Perfumery and Toilet Articles in the Market
.= rdersby bail Will receive prompt attenfom Bend for what ye want. price ,rexiaan
a.K Z. aca b Old., ni
ier had FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. another .$ 8. ee I ts have NEWS A D NrE FO rN of T RD HOU E.
11 r ... he Its Good and BadTt-emrs
KIM T osesposed was her real moter, hdn. reac .3.nemla im
KIm T.tJ'nt;yu r tefis om ntoswsho..m __ I.^ ever proposed," he huskily said. died in the insaneasyl~um ravig,- ,Fedngfo Je.uael to n byare rswo aebe l xeince21.C'. ro t
Fate, paying over Earth one nigh ,That is true though I have almost Poor Janet believed that she had inhern-. venerable John Johnson, near Ge- izers.
Aid his sternsealonthree wlin ; r ed id age ited the taint; the dreadful visitation ed .u ,ivsss oyuo.C nova Y was a conspic op.relilIrano
Ono died a King one k fight, ,rea edmidve ago sir," she answered would come some time; she, could n o economical, sY stematiw and successful used.-p o an w n he High and high cior a all 'No c u the A eia cnie has a
One wantedhi; elon gyves. humbly regretfully. "I appreciate the bring sorrow to the life of a husband, or oien g m Sodnfarn enr n tos wysn ostif o ura.eI
T ^ tir, n heManatan honor you have paid me. am sorry." shame and suffering to her offspring. odamn i n i Goldv annd rOed. qull are seen ont. hats for Cong*res twnty-fiv thousand p ople wh osehol n-I r'urp^Bal
san wi h g od f i ng in is na ivela d o seh 31d R ec p e a d H nt itt e ir s.hom es are in various parts of this an~d other n )
Iedidnot w nt her pity He felt he placedahigh u p t a r Clear, boidid not wi her tey He felt n
like seizing her and flinging her. own v r.-THP CRASM BBIDGFD. made from fattening cattle to enable him st ai n o water wil e ov ttman y van age s R e city omehere attracted the ad- T I
IA DONtEeURTSHIP theeomb en but by a great effort T e was a great crowd at the church to raise large crops and an aPO t hro g the s tainniemilaie vevived the cit offers for making the-ac
.1 P e mO PI P R& ~ "I am too polite to insist upon know- fabric. ....eroronneassadefremitablenderbutwonoushelaymsowhihh ohtenwraised present, whle
^Northbrook ....m e tinderthe auction- Ing year reaso," he Said, "You might a Germac bro, a ssed wfrothe tabdes t u nahaysi eotnrie rmnmsadsae.tegetmjrt a'irhra h rw
Ver'shamme by oreclsure f motga sy I hve nt therioh to dmand tabe, chttingwiththe ldies nd by- seentyfive o eigty bshelsof conspeonahhas frnitueasholdabowashdnBosonlhsiatwmanlsxophneosooist flocktoothcarion, hor th osol purpso o
It'wa .a.... .bley "coYun r y ..t.a .E d, and dn' know butthat would be the ing their wares. acre, and made his fodder of corn stalks ow ith _wam after and s woip the n a getfong a m orse l wi c ttep r ib e lat-
It I .am goat a od anddi don't knt at w o id Once a pair of soft, sweet gray eyes and straw; but at times, he states,ofe pi c lto t o beesw and sw it oi, H en y th M ajor.m er class, as a genera l th er igente the
T n he lf u ha t it was worth truth. I am griucouso y d l ad sucho t met him from amid the festoons of ivy. used forty-five tons of oilcake in a y eag.I ,nd; polishu rde ei ,cero. o,
T h e., p urch a .ser - "M C lc ,rd ne an and it such a .novel, and SU "T'h A h-- h e k new to w h oln they b el ong ed W h en h e p ut up a lot of three-year-o ( ^ n T e l d es o anm.m k e l n h c he b a k m alno o p rai" o Inrui e to s a e fr m t e r t e b h s m~ t ,an ~ a
& i n l t h y s l -o p in^ 'i o p cnat e d cn w r e t c h e d e x p e r ie n c e to m e t h a t I d o n 't fi n s hpuhb l f r tar een t u ryd h st ie e s bo a nd pe meg an wit h tw o or e v en u o f c t e ao l o
a meuben atny etS^-io mt,- -pie;e^ ort a^ c for~ ''* d. ............^ ^ Y^^ ^ ^^ ^^-^ ^v ?
an wo.ld eg e 1i eon wh e, to look d the st eerslte of 0 e aday he. n withto f p oa r, t wa ft e pe ln g it, ano
m o wo u l d b e a am ai toyo m e i m snctly his fr n d n h e r et o l o redre o o tr fg nt whea rt a c h ed f o r bm e ant, p p l In d i a n T h e w ad i e r i a n a m sok e v l ong pi hnt e d ha e e i t c o r p o r a t io s o rv
"the German blron;" not because ni c n r , "A lletse co fooraterg Mr. Carmovel, orco e o.c akea, andkthen toasiv ponce se o smeal, xi er draen de cigas tn t themstreet.sweipate e cnter p ories mahirdlr
Sof G rma decent, but robabl be- stand that a chasm yawns bte,, u- t he s tr f ace betal e wnrdo r all uto was ince ased cae S w eep ouosel T cna ps have four lids otr case s ane ore At so e ing wdown Pi ae s
c nau tof boos de d fan j te, fin ep hysquue, cWhich can :never be broiged, com-f rom the lit tle wtSmall tte ten poure arranged every day. o reer- myseifiedl h hd
hand rusqu, posi ative mannde rs t uche latter pletcd she, her tone firm, thoughwshe Of i -o pret h ierdedidt h a po ta ge h t e in p ounds ofacrnm earel nga s a an d -n of s c ou m crck d orns Thee grouen din, i od e, rs is re here hsmade hi m.unuastuly wl acuainte da ito a
w mi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l walkeds thitheroha of otarid the tpostaged the too com m on practice of feedinng a sth eein-poo sf loa with the operationswha bllsdo ouret rP thoarafg me ts f t ehppo ntobtby.1 ^
,w pl tas b warosd voe o x luiv nght n receivedhi le ttero. Ite conaneh u tc acros fobjec, however good do nit m ay l a~n a nit madd n qano for fih s ma de. b vv ed n owdem sasof nbb drnesses. Having made the wantulgs bills,~ f oart i n; evr y i et e o e h n gia ^ o .
verging uponludenme when his passion trembled, as he could see in the star- ly saupe, ,,- letter It on b ut g l l foo it aoev erg d lt m ading a t is p u I tf
n s aih hta o n Sself. H e g iv es h ay on ce a d ay an o so m e- th e o r,! a sp oonaf yeFv g lo n s are n m a d ea to- kn w ,
.- he la ^^ cp O d k ^ l on e lineg n to aC rd n e grd ^ r u h-e sauce^ of^ ^ dra ^^ J ^^^
by a barouts edm.nt,- wwhtea nd. s h lest s .i I'T he ,cihas m has been br idg ed I" tim es bran and pea m eal as a chan ge, you m yet ih b
iabout is advent at Northbrook, for a yo. Aaty h d drus mnd an ing. o .. ............ .. .e ac ewi te -
prophecie ore wa mad i ch were. o- She was having a fiercetight with her- A.tremul s h d d n e ait came to himntehsudde ny f aborty thear usnd Thafo ed m lcthat o.t hee td th e a. s i xe d is th e two a re hown hewok dy ,goods Hanythinl se ith th at workings oauc i
in~ ki ~ very co mp ct an plai ly c ad ; S e~ h oo ^ ^ .n reaiditme h an? I ae t ou have m ad so sud enly fo tendy fars erd th as on d th at l b y ito hn e th m it r cucum bers*w fine t as ond u m ix Decupes. h y c s s h g s $ 0o 't e j b t e l the hair ofa m a h m t c coul theac ast six ionss term ed and could
"Yculadr soreime, nt r ayh st he. felt that he was trembling. could put upon a g rade c Shor orU steer As t garnish f orc ad o lm. tell you of earnings.o su s h l
o t.. a .--lo po i ting.. i l P^ns ou e Th"e ev n w e ahe way;,theskrowdidb ... ni wo re an w ay h ahe crow ndt hreIound uol ch os oereaydpec .... uoic o ta r ."
i e l atr o d u ced e r r an e d. no t i on s l y o, tde s a in A- p s g a r a n s. a i s f o r r oa s t s p a r te n r e apo t fo r A w a n d e e n t ly d i ed a tBel f ast Ire I Y o u d o n o t r e g al s t h e l b y a s a o d
i. foo l ish e x erintdis erased ; the ladles covered thhe table of 150 days eights, drb them, aftersere are g0 e:d
1 ywoudbes asy i th e e falay either in tenderness, not because she foro he morrow; the janitor began to put--- p l ,h o bod heni ry ea
,isfi he oreticd frmig'and.theolike... .. l .ookd o-hildlike, nor because he was a out t......t. Producing Late Fruit. boiln afvwe n rsto teousdebd e cm riig ht oy;yt-hr
e sn,, an s h e e l c a m e a n os t aaod ,g o ue a n e. y e a r s am e "ni.r m f ore t I A n w m atwr ia l isasin t h e b e t w h e n it m t ei t
Ip Id d of C ale C ard on n e h ng ered i. J an et ca m e r d w iay a s ie d rain in exq u isitely tinth e fl o w ered n an S m all fru its can often b e con trolley fo r th e m whe : an d sen d to th e tab le h ot. h as ove rri ddnd te l l of th e perh a p
'them, ndnothing of the kind occurred. "I am very miserable loverilt, bu.et c to the door, drawing her shawl closely a period of two weeks in the matter of [t in in that the ned the oft 'Third House
'l, lft arming on, rations to an ex- not blame you," he said,"unless it may around heir, h r face unusuallt red, con- setting fruit feeds. Late strawberries An o oPe ia d t h e s pin t end to be ve d with su mei r mal- ^ rke-t of as l can be Feen in th
b aie .d h a n d H d e v o te d h i s l e i s u r e m e b e b e c a u se y o u h a v e n o b u si n mes s t o b e a s unt r o du c e aoy s o v t m f o whetea r e v e r y f en g tl y t ot t hp re vo u s f e e dres se s. d e ss whi o u d a
siderng itwas u uallyso whte.hosping raisiseataligh
t r y i ta i s t f u a nd a t e n d e d s o m u c hA t oB U S h i s l i p s .R a m u l c h a r a u u e r d c e y ^ su r e don t h e r p l an t su t yi l ot h r l n t s h ei t r o n t ^ o n a n d ao hal p o n ds o f s um m r o os a rei l n b r o c a d e S oei i f t ho w t iae t ha te swu l b e ad i s c o v ee d? "t n i t r o i~ Ot mE t n ,Sm n lW
SartrbyTho asveryidle evning ether f, an d hetho a nro^ nr a I cs of severe, miam, th c s itOry, Easilyen h to tve elrs on wh o a
t n hb aiusi reanda n go to uc that o o o he s li fted he.. ..... ...nwe res w an d Iand a are in flower. Blackberries and rasp.- of flour s. po p lrt g r in, m o t we a aPd
i s rd r etoh at ofS i othe r the latt er nar a hmi-l dsl ba hstew berries, as also grps if pruned to tiwth m th e thig a stenet t their so Do u e r ho au p n n y h t
ltht he was voted too exclusive., mg way.. he at ld ro te huch acostb at cglanacedn"nfa a
T ha re w s a r al o dinway st a tio n at N north "Th ere is so m eth ingoIkM u st te ll y ou ," T h e path l odoromuh e c u h a r s f o bt can g g r owi ng in f crintit a w m a e A grb e a d r ib bn in tlie d w ay of e l m e wa t bills b eoueor?
8 eFon lustered loops and et n do bsaceTeorinrd cdortpro
brok and oe day he? ran has netil qup s 8 r th ntetp o o t he' meal d otetw aso ro uswihc lover and betke up quntllvey lod qalte in spwreng I ^ i ,^ tr attetrnltro h re ln' Weam- take tohe annu a consu blted t f dor s rin ertr asbtegtog hDRSARCIOD ^
send .... e s-age vac- put.. a dst visn Jstihe smea oki my wset wm eo t and flau tin t h dan del wion blossoms, thereatmt s ge n. l by pnting n Engraving (1873). mixarellew`ds stance. rindered lEDte CO., phoeing Prf t. ^,
t s te ps o f th e to w er to s end aomes s ag e va1ncy ump onf. th e-s u m mek n un b rfooun ce x p e ofi ns se d, s n c o n b a cnar oe e-ion s ul ted taei? cum p a n y I D e aFa d z J
^ do not l onsid erbr I hope you wont think me bo ,' re- s qanu ken e oh t ran e of s t ua d- on re s oil s or aon a ithe uslop e IPen t a of tae for four ou goT e to re i a n n v esti at in
.S.o ..t tied with_ soft ly twin k l in gnstets.ch localitiusr.uo .....the effec.. of"hal"" "Pru of 1u46 h venterand tJohnd Ifant cloastu e omposed alto ma whichad ianev heramu ts anyforthin juaa_
"train .withoutthinking of the valise Jected ndy et__Y lov eyour. rer schnc t Co are s produc ing i fer i c, r .a c l thrt
-w which h hehad laced onethe eat beside deeply,etw a ordgi ale Fromte d ucing, in for fruit, weve .. .rt arc w t rd e < n p on o t vvr th a J u t he tr e
-o-mg repl _lae him. He'l was stand-n di-0 arm. s fr m 0e m m n, o theexei p i tdli eant hor r e d is ropt to andh ifs< pe getnp wcos^ 1ithtleetvesin are ien som hee c ases f- o .B d n' they I r Lo -eiv yoI -i ; ,- ^ ^ t-- .O P
Was anxiousto ~wrccio it byih eturn- he ]! ~ett yeat y h,, w low in them. "IIIreceived- yo~raletter." he said. grow too much an ertoltl.Trea.ux2 ir.j.., ,1h..o.,.dI ~a %iou nt&weoree LvAtby te retun h e .; tic on S of oid-7.0 .... "Yes.", ,, ( maybe retarde a b.Io, eepiIg,'o.tancearsal..'
'Yes.- !s r ,- abeMoo u or "n- ap e L I whe n -a p mrok e nts hingto n" poi
s r nt neartgav"e I didn -t n ,t yo yaung cure i conea nt n s mu 1es on t ere t nh aIor a alsoseb _$ Io on-61l0 t1b
ar0 how -intheNew ior -dr-g toforc"nyhe ab lse o this hue itho astinou 8th
cvre wt i:. -p uI
havees.ecoesidseres?"ig14.,'3$90 .... t their own tastesb t11141l
titled toit ~~~~~~~~~ ~ulo i l di rf nt e si ,h sp p i h u n t e e ot t h r nf s on t he av grni g l a c li a m l en m e s adoundefor ao u goo d^ ^tanceB & onl^ .' S tentW a shn gto polit-o i chih aeb en suofwci sa i vl al e e yf r l~i- I_ _
-"w e h l a d e T h ere. w a s b ue fo n er in t en d ed "as to th e -ti ors o n lyu h gcros m1 ts, w hi ch had w t p ub lic a ti n oou the h a nl ie th e d p rbo n
e operatge wa sersia eambretide wit vvd frook hanet, r d a e a. d bt on m ea te cse .oI i r ee
i ng w o~ Ii h c o s i e o u r s l v e o f^ tt ,a M i e w osl t h e b ex t oa a rea t 'r ohes s o i n B u rh e N ewp a f a u l t i s- g o d t h a th i m e l see d i n t hsl l i ne-n t y w e e h e^ ^ t h a a loo s u s l s .teh i n]% ^0 a c u e o ~ t ~a d ~^
kirt, ve y com pa t and pl inly cl d Sheshdeeherhead. XThs tot eriala fis w ork s s o h r n h s .
saatch yant d.the trp in go t th- T y u a veSkim l anc ased ytIon ow e he had pasped m der me t ig oex p ce cne sifAea
th nare J so n s r o us e ss oftbuesteat..." w was li t br ie d inqu h y s on a trer aest itg i th e- e A l o o ne t s po f fe stores. T h ey cost a s oftgh ash$90 "h sthre snth e jtb to r elaim the hot
to iaelo inohr indicatin il-ha lt. sin .8hajlte p,.g4011. User- boilingeop water, but do rpily.Dresses are madeot, oud kit i o t efolrslshd veuewil elivtprtplad girlas ofore all S, w^ ^ S S~
,,Oh Hes ow ed the n deren ded t o w nd a pn sparelecameadin t ....aare n er t o f sk s h erure oru it in is l atSr h la it, leaves apon y 3 fi roee
%n I h a v e l o s t.it i n S h edi d o a s e r h m T e r a s uot e a n s e w i lnge so m o n cri a nues t t t ho ly (I m c f t
u t ifa thed vaiser". ey .. ^a s a r eath erby kn w theabn early days of .ong nis.
STe tw voic~sound et clear s a ftell, that. o net, why I nan so-sensiti Oha ,yeed to.cua ted Ca e. "s eu cal ate irn sracis a vorw, an decis dedla, nln ewre am._Ue d cra by the
T h to e han d beaf t oyhe trga e g ot Sheat t "u he h adcultural so in. exrc ted. aoy ote e r E zarety aear Te acqu ai o b Th aeili I ponloo
11bye, was Jane t ol n i reli o ie. -h n sm brow "How_ wacs it brid ed? he inur ed.t An int eres tin a i nsac of. the ~n pretard ing ait vul* -d hmad ctt e r s tung and si tal fo summ oer. wtselbeand willrfaizd tie p L on on e of that-ala. malariaeae etin
and~ t, p y ...... "How sp arkecm nt o toko wis ir, that Iptooeforeoit is needd;I t,,Shefruit a montheheastsothucusua
w~tn meout Ino' Ge gl,-m,...... monschrring, she s
'Youare.eve....sk,"wasCu iae'". .
m ent am uffe ing, she said in h I it? in ull ruita m o th p st t usu l ti e, g aellt whi ."W el, wh le I have n.t.t.al tim s e
dog ..ss houhforntt sl Mrs. U pshur w"ife of Colonel Upshur, joyedgodhatImceai tathei
ynm iso it"h Sad meritrd..o .. "thas given me more "At the time it seemed horribly real," accomplished his object by I st rain.ing a wadouading n a through fourme processes wasIft r
A d y o rn a m ^ p a i n t o m a k e t h e c o n f e s s i o n t h a n i t d i d J a n r p l i e d .,,t. . ..ud d e r Tha nh ea m e n owoa nr t h e n tho e r .. .. .. .i a ,
Ca len dy o ur n a m e --yuito ea r i. ". ,G od it w a sn 't real! ,. t ree an d et in t e.....w a r g i g ro n d l r--. it wa-s m e h i g h a h d-^b l
S~he had heard of him but had never She walkedrapidly wa, a.d- he ._,- t inning wane rs e, ingi n ,. g+- pi' eor i ns
.. nT mee.'ransfusinFo osu pio.1r euiean ob ,% y ih aman e wud ot
iehm Shsurveyed him in a specu- started after hn-, slighty stpefed w at thesnn ern ro e le ing The d.-'-igh,*s;A houdawy e puino Lremlad nskhnkrcef Oea
latie wayth wi.th nos sgge"tn f"Iti e adoch t sh r perfect tesny fo Ylcin pn teo0%bfr tpssstruh te o ek erhaebreso bih le m wt ieew ud egetrde
A n.. . i n o e s e a d r t at S h p n th u siastic y o u ng su rg eo n in th is e b e r es t e yirwb th g e t f m n aia nt e b radn th t c s ... .le v s p in e r u n h d g h a a d .e* g o h e p r s a d p r
b e a n e s s w a H e r y e s w i re s o f t _gr a y .. . c h a r m w a s h i s h i s m e n t a l c o m m e n t .,.t.e b e rr.. ., t h eyag r'wvbltthe ar ent f o r t h e n e.. .y t he, -e fb eao r ahe v l ed g oute nI
,wthe fneabuloueys weeptsadjsthentingred ~o ,.City has .......... ....vl teamet orweevery long- be.fore they hagottn he allobe 04 avigtesgri t fadwl evr rtywt umrrdrial f hnaani ol
thfaulus ephsandjut hentige .pulmonary consumption, or tube~rculosis., ,theirnpeomeeparticular -aot.ofmy body-.
wihwsflitrs.I.A OUBRST OF TEMPER. their redfete b cr mae stco mi; ndgwhenh lowdt asiotevnusfr na- rse.
V A O n for which great future"ispreite y ws6ssreIo h6 Y ob...tai n oo'ho,. tepouc edens hihwud eln
iihwsflitr st flowdndwsasuedo erjst o igh i 8ga getnoet iresmteilisTernoldbneesa
A ew tikng soundsCalellowed, addbut one congenial his admirers. His first experiment was remove,, the tent, and a few sun y. ay, ra il opo n favradi rv efatc
th ns ef n onedwt att hekm ssag haa_ m n'sardon rocahd.dome Oftt egtme tat. woudibeafficteuwlh an in
frnie no nedta hemsa e nh d a certa +in Dr.rWeatherby, a man a undertaken four months ago, in the case brought them to' their full maturities." quality; --pls cl& aer.....fo hi itigkn f anta w udcm
been sent and acknowledged. Ile flung lItte'rthev'ua joil od-oayong a f2, h nyso Cdtvtr +rn c
Ckdow p a bc oki whin c hmc she evidandtlyhen arted fellow withal, a most excellent wealthy dry goods dealer, who was ............ly Atu carotrasto be t a lle d rse oaum e er
pei enl hyscin a. el r adno o ly in the gone ,with the disease that m medical con- htw nty-fur hou s. Th rt Icarroth ve so
daydu abo hihse Y very ia adlwelereningoethe oul nd es,_ gn...... .. only a .....stion o ew h......k "ran bshswilbeef bonet a nckeofgal azed i lv npeeec a hs uigte a o ih ~ou ol
1 been reading. .. ... ,, clas~~~~ sics, butdin the polite literature ofthte Saltaton had pronouncedw hu ab, hkrcrancosnveryn las h ehtoopcedwae
"'Sartor Rcsartus, by Thomas Carlyle?" day vey dl vein eterion tss aoucak... l e of vea-l; hagowalotvnyheeae. ndr. at AfS~tfe
'hnxlieredn h i lean in-oThgow almot anywhre and nd11 eerayl~ eas t hwiarso od ae n pe-wih r nrssd ik adsl nd olg t i pn ybc orhus
li ecaieCrainlteti ea "ardonne in the office of the doctor weeks. T _e".mey c _ns.s....i" the re- atmentsmotindesconsequele.nveryUni
naio f uprsei. hsvoc.. "You Cl sutufrmteatIa y- e 're orad
natron f srepld g tr ough this v I e. _or the latter in the library at North- pealed transfuson..om..h artrial ..s more a in po ulasagedrthanot .anye.opasgov" my bdyler drild firs rom;
a re- lo d n t r ug @ s brook ... te rn o f a healthy young m an, h~ o c o thngmo re wi usg ." Bthan anyo thr I Igreesn l ln 'e r ba rly b e pper ,
a k d st m e ing n his choice eof tharingsen egroowing."(one Be u t forse his ea sowh n i growrd fom as as o i c n
w or ed ,st.m e in "C ardo nine, you ough t .to get m arrie s. ..t ct as do o -- of rom four to should not b U P d t a ....ro longr .e m-a ybl e s train edfrbu t ft e m sc e n o en s ft e b
words the dctor said one evening. six ounces of fresh blood, accord. ..ing unoer neblectsa recanusy annwonnod, wa- one
"'Yes It sh.e....... answered. ,o~~dsvl:areio~vnu. iT n de.-, negle ...ct a nd abue t wilro scarveowt-mp, tbeso lo hesi.... oesadevnmyeealsbcoes
,"se nwe u. .They were seated, inthe library, little th.........styled artei veous. Then .11"S-,DSoe o themostculivatdwo en ouan"disoossdsmngretly hehonrnin
: "And--enjoy it?" was his next ques- morett andtproducefthasdabundant crops ceatsrrOst::e '_ gchd in pliitat anf ooup.ualace.gOIenbecatmasiwhn-bemptereds.
moreletlmanut he t smofkte dwctr'sbadpaietwacs xcednlyfebedhe t reatmpetr Saead ilb rmmee
i, A fait pik fush amei t.he hek... head visible in the "sm ke wt..........h firt rnf r ansfu sedgoodn-eat entis "ve ....... e ase hetanltr fChre Bae' Gri- "O ous ucnsle tedotr
"A t f ai nt pI n ko n ot a nc a m nonsi er t h e r ea d h a d e n v e lo p e d h im se lf. o n ly f o u r o u n ce s w er e tra. .e d no t an A t e i1i1oc e pIn r u v
I "Whyde tsoraa ,, Wethrb?"sequence of thedisturbanceof h cin A ter it is atonbetplatedr ub uarb e- t mro anigadE gaig(83. g~dWyu ifc~y
igo itaninfitonot "'"shrbrejo........... uires little cutvto.b timuth v Fe-a an teM dosCnuldUp i w lIhudsyId
!scrc ly ere ptible.s. ile abo.the reoi ed, They sod Weamhia. wy .... c allin g of the heart that immediately ensued. The .. ih si..th riheri t ng ofInsie o th lag im rainof Fne 'd eIhdnuaga;testh
p .. ... dhm H a tn- You migtlgo...........reand are moweveromFheromen, fthe dttexp bePl~ -tivter Infed cl ture an thoed.crop.ae osumsInmpseandsvealha i*
Her replyplasd im H ws tad- worse," remarked te doct oru. aos,, th mo en, o e xpr- patdaotfueeteapateeac waythird- -' "" pdto oteW s n atrarfgo ult u t i m ie n httm lnwudi
"You have some onee ftose ws reci ommend?" ment the patient began to improv. Te" ndhsardenr ee veyhee
iatd H ntce -theo ,finelyt. cc Ppoyised dt~a-the family garenthy hod e late osfatyh 'sstofd a boutr sxym n itetimnIad "Btintte r orleeyu
Cale we lalodene satid,!interrogativ[lely. et~":ndency toneaciationdisappeardeandtI I aretmstaworngy women wo aranco- crier.
.,. I, .
, hear se tu t c o l o r e d h a i r w i t h A y, I hv, rh p i n e d e t h e sd o c t ,or u e d i s y y ."l a ntre c 1
eas, ....,t- ano Onwhois worthy, i vryres~pect, of + ....ne d tinse e rvu rsrity.on was- Pd.. .....fashion...... e bundaseddoussweet, exee
lurmngsnaaowsox~ u. .... ," tanyvhonest man's love. I mean ...... .....ed, and.the nervous prostration was - s..2 _..
s r n o u t o f p la c e ma y byr n c e t .. t e e r a i st e d r ola c nm seed m, .e.na g.
a strani urd o a lt he and corac f l and T horn e ."wh ch gre t y r le e .' T hre e w e saer t operation w as t .re s amittle reln e t as the p aredl ngs wih e~ rni astro, w cm plmcs c u t d f rsni t e i h s im t f u o i o i a l e o e ?
.e f gee ws t c r .fst t e n s m e h n g h p p n do.. .d, t h+ e in g o f t ht.Y .. ... b ee.. . .t ed+i n a ,i rP' s a nd-h adn
her air modest and self-composed. Hils rathe r disturbed the doctor's complac- repeated, with six ouncesobei,; lng fthesaiiio fme vriety s th e paent no ca ap rea?% TSr hc toetm hrce snw codigt el a.afin iigi ihgnwo
. .. .... .. of his -wor h dd n t uer" he rc n R ... im eh de n o we tte ln a f roaatio....- = .. .. ;n usually adopted. Any month start a norm to visitt eCl um i. tn obep et elu deso dt a nd a vsd m t)te h e ey
Sh ro pel~ uned a smal -. .himcnc .t withrconsiderawby le iolne o cteoftrnsuoninth Uitd tae. pee frotwt bdo cow ilo teF f lmt ak ewswoa h s.-lbaedfrhrclte uedhm roue- otl n
to .........te heswr tddnocasel. h fe d .... from his h chairthen replaced setr Joseph W. Hoet ng l a dmg vo- ,;.. otwtabdo rw wl n
to de recrtethreelw .in "mo T wihe d ct o nsdrw a a ,sable l em n ,c.bu ctT e r s l sof t hen s eon d ex eri nt grow if planted about tw vo in ch _s ov erta, k l e t n n il s i ,w o i no n f r n t i g e s ,f r f w h v en e t s ,t k n a l s o n u
it the oin hihuedas a dlpra e dr onthrew m h T ed co mal m n u h eut o h od ep rmn deep in mellow soil firmly dperesse+ealan. at o3eltnem Iahad us
"n t ouhe a tnnsbal w th vryl"te weemore encouraging than those of the ma e s l a d e olW lotthecoanrwich heehcontiandottouthasa ennis ball, wihdveryhtttepwre _ev.era.g .......abweekaoundn I.nRootsd. a . ,sc
temd ade im t r per or......eobutaasluggish one. Ile fist. Three transfusions hvenow- b...e n arun it.mn oo ts e ar y bsprig lant ed enhdp hn htwrhd if tdrcinadi i sehutd t3srns ftejit n eea
table, *an- hndd im th po er es... a. th ououan s ow oure
_change. .. ... m,ho isladjusted hiss hirtcollar,.undertaken, a~na~d te ougmai o w i pickdgephisrape t ions are usuallvyrenewed every fus o in a f -vQaio-ai osbe naohr. "Ral o oIcudmv rudwt
... "een it.," he said, witha to... ..slof u his Dso ims lf, andt recrossed his imprving...o rpdl o.th, i" n gen h. fieralears, yeI wold -ynfri ....hat,,
"I legs.- "health and local sy mptoms, that t.... .ve y arsyetwhn a lbrv al d esn f1 the roots will o whe I
tite da o it i d ,nea notdi-n'tgsno,. that y u yo ucng surgeon is confident of success m anure is .. ...ve n e er al mo t i dei i e s obliie ld e s uc w ig t o p is n ur l iv r w h e. I is o th 18 m cit ny e ..
indunotlgedrepien prd o fane i dnty,"he owid hi Ypegth ut.no h.rres rt.o.he.ran fuson produce a crop for a l.s .dfn te sb liis ee.h ow ,s t y th IA u d o-irga d y ur c r a s
+ o I a r n t li ,, g i e it, o on e m r e n -h s m u t h B ysai.h i-ni e w t h u a o h epes or ioo da n u H e a v y m a n u r in g c le a n c u lti v a s m o l d e r i e m b e rs a d c u e l d b o t r $ 2 a n u c m r e h n i s w ig t n B t p
t -" ut I a n t t l ibert y o e tto yo .'gc-eive .. ...it,, srin ge d a i o a n w o e b e- tio .. ..n d liberal spa ce are the essential their fut o r e r u d t e a l B e c h t l a r i o t n y I' e t i l ,I h v n tb e : e l i
Bh n w re ,I'rrah r Id n t w s Did I swear? You aretr blame- 'IT. ......nc N t rl aro ,or iay a a o ,a d lh ,ib a eb e
t . d o a h r I d o.t1)i s h u .. m.". 'm a r k e d i n r e s p o n s e t o a r e q u e s t f o r .n r q is t e o r r a s i g la geTu c u l n t v at hiri e ti ew r p p d i n p r f o n s a d s i s w o t h f o m $ 5tno w nl e o r e u n t anrs v re:h n
.hl -. ... of~ "asked the doctor. formation. "Dr. Howe was the fnrstto Ibr. oThe vnn as ri .eti e ns ivest ykn own mar ket:u onshlumbed. F w af li b st recei0ap u d v te bsw neIh v o ett
'c~ceutchngwt.f~n Very innocently so, I assure you. Duel- try transfusion ina desperate case of t~u- inaccswl grown.exenuse tisvelfomarly key ieetnt. F athignew adtee-tehi olce niain01tertr Im h
"You.. ,... ..w my n i ,,11he said:" itf I i. ..nd r an in -this c mmonwealth bercular consumption with such s ee.ta.well as h me ^use a brisk e v favrl lerydi e r m aut lou. f tene s h d m e th i"D yo c to he p b ca on f
-I u n e x-,i d o f "aibi sk ,ns p i cyofl a v o r l e a d er.. .c a-u t i o u s H e.-f ,- e lo w h ar o"
k n e v y o u r w e ig h t c o n sid e r o u rse lv e s a n dg .. .Sill I o u ld b e e x th a t th e la te P ro fesso r V a n B u rs n' e x.- P an lt is oth at itt se ede ofsoifre en tyche wsasfnh irco u nt ry win teritweInratsh les n
o Lain~ted '' ..... fora s .king for an explanation of hibited the patient to his class i rincip:t atu lesal l faltwers h italseesaore ely s he owna s ir scoun rf h r h ai e a nt e ah o Yod n N ta al
"',:". TfitT on. h e '-.,,,. ,cal lecture at which I was peet n .. .t hey a nnear thef crolit.oilld deterioratesurs t .
"Heboed tena e 1 gowedCae ardscribed the operation. 1 firmly beheve hyaperth rp eeioae hmbsgrea t poet] fteftrhs A rtyadyuhu oie so oe = rnis a sIa be n n
joined, in her quiet way. -I-1 d se ed t ew d- "She "ilted, me ro leIC lmCa e .P .-rapidly. l-bs- w(p n ik a d s f r y c s m r h c in e adn y sm tm
] d t a es end d t e w d on e- h is pass "n 'p gt.th at transfusion of b lood is th e true V w irta ifataigreash er too.aveay
,I, b o w e d o n n eforsc o n su m p tionaa n d d is ea se s V c o i i.a e,....g r e v s a n o n b t i e an l s d hi:e v r d s i t is o h s l l s ede u w l e e v e p opa d c r f
Jant!"herepatdetihmeef.,fI.rJan tonore.umptiotaksnanarqtiesver rcheraheaeyses per In thtrslethmplayathe.ed eeitethsnrro Srip thata:
m esa r w y ~ It ed aylied"t... a nd.. .. .... ha v e th e o p o r st alk srarecrt.l M r.Y i
st Jaid t "i hen ree, a ted it osu itsherf. A ."SotT one'au -t t an1 v.. .-heavy ground for its development. .. thee sleeig fr so Rch d Ow n, tu frm d ra n n e.fr iga 11J gn- rmI
"Nonitsher.dime-'," ,, doto idwith tunity I shall test it in tep :osy. --N "-anewevarlet ororn- uuelencurativeprop
hw I felstrangely iterested inthe aragon. ThinsEn sl a newvarietyo rigin-ro u ci pen EwlKtCroAe.mdy eiso op ne hc sarne
hw Ife gYemphasis.,YoktSu. Igb. .tth.smediine
little thrushe", w it h7e qullem phash i s." O ughaed th e . .......road .here. T he stalks are brigh t red h eavy, C rane an others' of .those _hard y o n T h dr p y is a o of t e c hm e m re orl g r t a d d d o o e h s e
1+1,-RWEMI e nhsD ugtA ne ,e aand produced in quick succession and, talne'ers *h o had trapped t he w oe a parostefotad ie i te gv m eif"0te rgnlsbe
I not I'_ to know? I 7--- =[ ,,-erwent it! ... ;.. l... iradwih ~,., ..ii earlier, of more Western "I ., Togetbac
Sh w et f equ nty after that- That's just why I am so'ses itvn e. 11h eas tibeen Balancee ral roa w ich gret aue n da~e n ce tvse --- r. n .---and o g t t e fr ft ofl n te ah s flig A he u ps o e h a ef;
The tw e tfr qu tIt f.y,, g-then-s"irareic usofet loenes, ando
. u~l c t~a ~ ot "S ed d n t tl y u, pe m teithe the agricultural show im, Paris, co tha* anylootherirrgrlety-Nonot.sq muc aseyoy i
an~tve nt H'~rmo--~rwa dctr sst o ainleba o ion spprt 1 wthan nyuthe aietysmost rem a cquKao int d s yonanen ,y't
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C a l e C a rd o n n e 's p a s s io n a t p".J a n e t ? a.. .o + an d p o rt t h i s ....ap r o u t in th a t w a y a n d i n a r s -sh w in g th e a n a ly sis a n d c o n s t i- hi s l u h i o o e e p a t o m a _e u --m. _
sa h oo oeadg nhr iace. iha llmnated face a, w ets0x Beleslin hight.
Hesawthoerolipscoighen. .ag e ,tha ua .o"I'llconsider it willbe easilyunderstood.that if it was t o o;otnS. T11e ames oul
H e s w h r l p l n e .I 'l l g e t o n m y k n e e s t ,,o - . h nsyo u .o a s c n e e n m o hn. .o w, s W h I u ; ~ imn r i e t a e t r e o h e ew iefa b e i h a
III am so sorry ff she said at last, with myself your debtor forever. I'll-- r uac~epr y su~ech thbingsob- steps will be of THE MA"K,-,.
.auumi.r frame trembling. "Oh don't be so profuse, iterrhipted |the one-linerailroa.d .thereca ...... A al-ihim-_deadsuB. thaontI .l othic ,, st ,ai c-..... t-- bas
y o u "b c c u c j ct o n to th ert lo aew d w ati ci o n b s e t d h c r a ioet c iohf o
gecause Ie o_ the- purityOofERISN h,3OOnly .ne. ble four feetonwide andDthirty-ninte inches Beefctcattle, garmertomay th
7-- urz o fter, ushe I,,v ,,poed toovrdtiswkgrundaitste hl farm iwhreit mayfaoleno an fehhzerI|.%i,.rmie oghg nwihtee st eaMl-Cletn opiev
Y " ~ d b a er o sp a h e e J n e D W a h e bb eca ug ea e t o n l r ,.serf h eir rep ut ati o U; ,. 0 -' 'y
.. .. to be risked for the onpt-lithifinitUto.refuse r. Caruonntheybe em lordeforodivrs purpose, sucncasuonsisoftate exper.men..........
der~l~~eMd: Ct: sberaat a i aH~~ows in oerth wee o is [ma onyure. my uletingcamelchani r awoe te h-sgetinlwhtbheenpaingsorbold
"Beause .am cnstraned ...deln YO OTERIS'TYORbaskR t entsy eachvhirty loaedwagn bal s ke ts.an d o this fa rt alone dtetinifan sumca ie i w udnav fre bdlowth tesatedaltn he to O hiyis...............
youreloever," nosh ngs enaid. Its utility... -,^+ +o .. +'.... in thro eai upse a d lcomf ort-A...ny,- anferilz r maebyar.spc-aysbtnrtl a p otln Oe)n lcl os-ie.........
d nthi n t som t, e he loa hle:l eriae, ne t....once'st...pra'ct... icesF moldn-^-'re wll b a c Dr..... ity .......di
wors, ictated.... uy,. w en lve nd ---ab-inyo to e fueM rone"b ml oeford d ivroproe.s, sthas blemi Sa te expuer imente station nof w ite.a- W t chice.3 _
d iesi r ue w antedsomuc o ee.......vhad "s... .. ...ed i heroenes naf-|hecottageoreaFd and havsA o rq en it epanalyzed and n orteece i enr y Clay 'sHeoc on n imeer.,rou d d yeihtcl.n
fc' a vr t h e c. / a r1 l ri a e t hoffr o ts t o e r s a g otne r e g a rt kel l edsH e n ry.. . . -.-.- -. ..-I- -
oo`-lg,o-7:` h- l.s" .. .., z -h +,r wih a nure...... put.. .... a chaianufatorthe wilapshelnmentrmersh tolaknow wnaate .ey..gra...a.e
r H ceslifte ishn d 19 tI l o ne mat s fao gndth w sl ean ng ovr the .wheelelnnofeshis 'eDo.l'you kn,o.wjw hat- w hite- m arble rom er- e,,, r
to releve a hok, th .nve cedbfoe91r9 ofh.shudes bmg adsekt)efed eietstheircleisure h iu s wact alo neai sffcinteo eur-te, boe h clun tee reto os .... -Fu-rwd tae-
IIcn o otin'bt sub i, e Thefin blo tood ildhrfacether e ftitame arryen wo me Kitheaslae and cmotsm uiyofayfrtlzrmaebllrse-ase ethtte.lfnthIwlzeleierosnTi rd esrix~~, 5
oo-gt rCrdod e ee t~th !. .. ._. Lby kitloe-.lyinou .. ...ig_ off9....okent .....,enotsbb-trttefforirgeargoma. h..on-,the
slowlyaruefullytwihe senn oIher voth b ht marbleewh ite, stable manwufsnaUcantanurn ..... .... -^ore. Thesience of fo r peidnybtartinc-ecounsSffcenl t ak hebse otwit tae.."... 4
He Sstodeunliehr own.Didntou ohe r "sewo olethink slargest.O Thes totw ine nr isn no well u......... d .... tued cue for ie et xinhsinMxe esen
stppdtrnd n cld u: eninY t? seasedrereyssnp- ThaelphneFftbYasegoenelottriaehsfahe'siolaonheinS
.. .. e w m n u is n g.. . s t o uw h e re han n u n cm ee nr, T h is b ashe d t h e mew ao lt hinsh os't h r e d u.a rto pp r.. . ....
h er a y gla, J n tg re u ntPpl n t narn d breferecnce s tinhri r tw s e Ho~ ~ no a~ ~ n a r p 7 n ni t l ~ a o . h e nrit C l s ayJ .
T ersg neptfu" oe ma e hr "Lg ty" tcrsinedcosi tent a A "itle, m netdan toftyhearsaglofthe w adwho ism teri hee clunheaa en o Wette otrw rnm ned-ihY al ffow r n h tw N ,R e ..... 6
hart a chen allorith dn ever fac he eoe shrugdofct s so ulders v. IIa ld w m loy softe. ArmsY ..... ....ryhel arm e irsuseoisknow ha steyn ga dua ted e se cndtn is clss A te
wee'-n h o o oi aeme whn foanovea K wButner-wtateOreamery ...--
b ack ,i m rob ablatth epsound o h er loicesby k ite-fl ying acnee. ,omp.. .. fe rtili ers had e P fi rst-'11 ent ur
it was so unlike herown., h etoe t ae, Phy ou r amohr w ese nt gail ",and ettenstrirethas bto to serv ea s asubttuefor n o f r dinr y ea ;rth d i ahra A had o h upti t etaantoe o h
I. ... O Ivt wJsane atound ingtood ouncemen t, nahenvlargesthg. .. ........ ad te spci .......iersforpallhi s ba ttl nof nBu ena stuc ypo isdbtarl ilrso h aterlandwlntacoy....... i
Sh2 weksoo lone fr a few..... ute.- i. isn't ou mohe!"Beewh crildesthege t --n e t e uTra .. --
and m adeth e in o tothroo .e .. .br.. t w ay u V'sua i h e spun and tw i ted by'h e-ad-s th- + 4 e fee hiu h eof rcat etl be, a nef m ad bei g acu ierb th e trace tolh eSk ms-...,.-..-
a n a sh e n. ..a .or n"h rrfa c eay errsy it.y. .a rm rs.. .a w areb o keeo umh eiw agdote r W e sten..... ... ..
thddcorliIvasaeicnsseniavllg.dn dy tote alafthh. ho- fullear ofltabyexperie nc e she poi tld nsfthrmdunmbecinbsar.egs Satrn.Pn ... 5
impobaleimpssblestaemetandOn he ivhconer ofthldinithithPtates-Staeuble...... 7
g YE ,ILO EY u.BR I e anend f t ersto d ip Fo ,, o hIerges kiewas att ached h the a s w d d d an h e ". at shetooke Ye, e.dostleu..i.g th oem wheirhuse iha ds t e en s t hrd ghbeg twentnoiceutttas l fr m m ? ut d t e h a m of he se ofy
and she seremed bhooef t of pehadm -]I acnatawt etto P .cing o artena reasnto scekfrnow far merwe vrethd hefs.K nucy egm t. A te aeexo dteewilbGticaop s U AO 5
w eekr l atr aet,. Tho..r ; n ren, "T een ve-a y nemY ktetsvolce, .an heno t he kite a s. .. ..ent supply hfsanur e pfor- al is btteo f c env ~sl a t n a ih a d b a k t n e h m u p ri g Ser- dt h ie...60
T h n k y o u e ri s ly st, ,,m o utth rhned n oto| ga ive dit f o r -- s nm e 2 0fee t l a s o r Imst.t e s o f f v e Lr -C ah.-- __ .- W e ter n .. ... ..
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'H o k i, b te e e s ac, his facene ,,a nsp-ed.. .. nn -[ Un ont h e= mont s p ofta ble.n ButAsa es houle o the mo er Caykeu h a d-"t sh s o is ilb ih y pa ee ,i o hi lu ,r u id~ r~ es5
+rigid ,--. Hnoicd at sh lo ke esJa e ct."dsievher ythose h-e "v fr w a epy- hsm nyan e i e tws"aln ak so et syeteclm so w ih sw l a"f W et oI-ad u h11
was rock dclslveStmingwhyy the, twoulnots__s o fhte inD ve r wmo r-kn o f the staNons, th followewrom....
woredadtare an h o .A dftohe.rq e ptgitfroJa me ?" w.a.st ant trib utedom heo h aring o. .. .se o....hose whch he ofsthe :bst teof wh oth legs H~er w sntm ral h seo h aois il e plse as No ,MxdW sen 4
"W hy issthereoneed no w ?"ave oue(ledmanddtmanmnameickoynhim M exicanconyx. el... .. .... ariStafe
, 0 rdnne red- h ere b e venright. anysaeed one-e gma e yn 19sm a 1ito
to in an bgi g. w ase appliedth r -m re l ot er mfot ok the brutfe lds (Ma ss.)Th for them .f A ndthiz s e he h sg n o py o tureh m ff th fel tSon[e- w il e of a ic G thc"r ce y; th B ST N
"g a a b a n o"ad s e An swe. thty y ure lfY ^+, JYn t T at ntheoM exicanswould.g.oups bove the panesswill representchngeesa-ex pfatovard f,,il ....5 0
6I ads on77ne .. Unih n r r e m o h r as s e i sa e o n.o l w u y~ u u~ : t un ity of k n, o wing th rmougre s tthan ex-mi eai n .. i dentht"
a W o w t g h ttin g e d is.. w h-y' yo u lit etl e d o ae." | h e w e nt t o t h e att ic ffrlt ng e gsu rm ouote d -a, . -.ld in.. g +L iv e .. .. ..n.ft e r.t h..r
H r to e w'snkuTckedecisie, nt pte rdollars tatin.e A ax a mple o f h vrae tem 4Sv oNrhenDesd..
ri l ofthd s ergatio "_yes',Fath eri anh a en; 1tha dnot ranuthe starroom ofand tl i D n e or fteras"a,.. .. s t e f lo i g fo -h ad n a ig th it l o n m n e,-h c st et p o t ep l o k E .P-re p rb l..1 5
i O,"eauatdCleOrone ed aebe lt o ae use h staoelggdmnnmd on.A teWeet e ortoftatofteSS tat e fw- i fte hd gve ihe pt ForWitr hetpt'.62
de in, aIfI ndewiti gh is ureason lipa r -on dasa werescians ole ly,h er haps.stwre anger oi neth re w ho mousute dog wih h sca e N w Jer se y mcu a y b .. ..n: 93, am... 0- t t o eo;h m n w t hec i ie .. .
onsi t : e e a i ,an d -sh e A n d .m .m o t h e m y r e l mi ker",. . r et"rh oie ltwe r e w o rwhHmo r ee akae s s.e0se ttin g p r i.e .c., 4 1
H O islha n od ... ...antb n fteanh e faoyhneg too.. a k Ith e b ru te' a t. h f the... .. ....rs of eig....thr e m u a e xth is or ye- ta t .. ....d y
l~lnl aci ghe ran,.. i c e f sit tl att e dot r g folloe ad Coyne allneday, sa vedw hen F icuel ad ex pe r esent ingsals o ovr ell h; ...: i m av o fuckedeasu e. -. tER N (M S. C TL
l texss Noe,,ner- little one." It im erih es ae e ponso is ,said thatdn y hog t o t..heogare wa..... .s .. .. onncoetefetlie cst Pe o
sawhow tightlyith calosda nt heupperwtrue a m.. hr- was hetinsanei p" I ieentr Z; o wnyrn n`oe
rai of nt ohe rh ndgattee.f inot he dweoodttotor ther. ttict ..... ..tlh sinigt he and, ha0ftons ot ofest hanl ilo ihta hydope i taqaiy....
b e s e n s i b l enen o u gt a i rs e ae a y-o rm s . . . .
:1!, 1 ker l h~g ke .reason" heask d-a d cawld.i to.he-ollrs Ilhaferrteertre tindtr opse wop-n-eweihta......
c,"satchingter br eateh. "treveawas renlyu pliftedn.her fcestp ohinn ierewh whowhlmrosngSraoa colhen c ...
raph w~iref beaten&
bt orders on oar 1now-
t inuacement- ever
ow's your tineoau
r our ceebt U
nanm or Mo~soeh
or I~a. so-
13 AN TIi
. Our -4610
'Kfth _v ^.
E COMBINES BVBR'
maks a Model lFniil
tares and A-1 on%&,.
ons, stories bythe best
ors discussions a
N Bow is tle t Nt!
'yeaily, $8,W JN
ublisher, T East 14th
o TAKE it W
mreo In cit rcnty
k, makingods o o
end 16c. (ofapead
o., aeSijth Av. .v
ED on a new7 prnpeo
red. Send 2cstmlo
with Reaorto 0s.
LD. I) lnighiano, .V
ier &Helr.Sn tm
oulawa. CO.. Id
Att'y, Washipgcp .0
Liniment. rc 6cns
Best and Fautst-aln
es Prices redce38er -
aO CO., Philaepa a. y
are your coush. rc 6<^ l
* tamp_ for our Me ol a a
ats L. BIGA Pt S
-11y'Biui~n 9. a.f
iin the world.
FARWELL & PAGE,
General Agents for Florida. [7-ly
18 & 20 Bav St., JACKSONVILLE
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TAKE CITY REPORTER
C. A. rIINLBX, Editr. "
W. M. IVES, Jk. 460oclale.
NO 3omnlunicatlon will be publi-. unmcls ic
etOB(oted by the iull name.inid addre. of the wi-
rexr. "hew are not requattcd for publiciatiun. but as
a gulst ntee of "oa f., iit h:
We ar not res poeihule lrlr t he view, if onr our-
FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1\84.
CO + SO V ARliC N, .
P. 0. BOX 257, L3HT STREET,
'BALTIMORE, L Mc
Quick Sales and Prompt Returns.
Stencils and Quotations furuislhleon Application.
5E|*In -.'riiirttten YeiarsExperience in Selling Florida Pjodnqr, wo ru
fer to the fruit and Vegetable Growersi pf the State. 21-SOatv'
AYDELOTTE & -BAKERIV,
N~o. 18 5 Cham'bet stieef Noew Yoirk,
WW PROMPT RETURNS GUARANTEED! '
REFEiRENCES : R.E. COCHRA.N, C096 Park Place N. Y., and BAKER'& & LAR.
833) Greenwihh street New York. 1 "., < +
GENTS: EMPpRIUM !
And exainine 'the finest line of
3ents' Boots andi.00/3
Patent :Leather Dancing, PumPI aS Slippers
In the city. Styles and quality unexcelled. Latest shapes in "
"SOFT AND ..rTIF if 4 ,: -
,,** ,ot ',--**LL : *' "'*' "I .
A fuRlSineof SHIRTS, COLLAR? and CtFFS. "An elegaljlZil iflat.
t.lst, blackto inmeasure, fl"r 6.00. Ski of tile bwt 6 hliris in Annmrm ,.c
Z .60. Ctue see and be coLiuced. '
97 WEST BAY ST., Jackohnville, Fla.- -' ^
S^BBBIV fflE^I COUP80,s ASTHMA, ,BRONCHITIS.
S B1JOHANSON SA.OD '1,13NIMEANT willinstan-
-aneously relieve these terrible diseases, and ill positively
elite- nine cases oat of ten. Information that will save
**H ***HHiimany lives sent free by mail. Uon't delay a moment'
H m *i *Prevention is better -(.a cure. '
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE 'lIN iMEHNT.Zow 405
Neuragia, Infaena, Sore Lungs, Bleeding at the tungs, Chronic Hoarseness, Hacking Cough, Wiooptn (Augh,
Chronic Rheumatism. ChroniceDarrhoea. Chroni)yseatery, Cholera Morbus, Kidney Troub ef Dtsease1 of the
Spine and Lame Back. ,.ld et r..hre.S. ind for |.aml lurt w 1. 6. J,.Hl&GN & ( 0 BufFN. W M tB.e
It Isa Welt-knownl lr~i irnra 1 *r-all f *- *M6I
Bone and Latinl Pu.J der i,.. h in Ird. l "
-.ountry is worthless; that zI"nJsun. -. B
Conditj% Powder Is absolutely pure and A E E S 'A
ry A. N-othing e" eartit I -
will rilS h",en* 1y7 Ike Sherdan '1Condition Powder. D. ),one teas Bl to eh Bnt
ed.. mwrhert, orMat by mtiR for Ct1., intamps. R S. Jonsos & Co.. zo MuW
over the dam at the nill, would afford.
Among the company assembled, were
a number of young ladies and gentle-
men representing the Mikesville
High School. The mill pond ib, a
considerable body of water, being
from two hundred to three hundred
feet wide at the widest place, having
a depth averaging fifteen feet. On
the surface of the pond a well con-
structed skiff could often be seen mov-
ing along loaded with merry oecu-
pents, intent upon the pleasures of
"boating." Althougll feared by some
of the lookers-on the excursionists of
the boat were not immersed by the
lack of skill of the oarsmen, as they
did right well for dry land "tars."
Groups of ladies and gentlemen were
gathered here and there, enjoying the
scenery and the pleasure of associa-
tion with each other. Some of the
older gentlemen entertained their
groups with scenes of thirty years ago
about Leno, when deer were so plenti-
ful that after killing six or eight dur-
ing themtorning, would suspend op-
erations out of economical considera
tions, that they might find plenty
more at their next visit. Old persons
are very apt to refer to scenes in their
earlier experiences, as being so much
.more pleasant than those just passing
but I don't think the hunting scenes
desc.lbed so vividly by those gentle-
men were really so agreeable as
the pleasures of the pie-nic at Leno
to-day to fts young $eop!eJ_- "'
One of the v&Aedure_. enjoyed by all.
wag he reinrt "goiJd Uliigasoephfid
out on a large saele, by the kind and
agreealdle ladles present. For variety
and quality we 'have rarely seen a
table so lavishly supplied at an im-
After dinner, many persons visited
the vast improvements near by con-
sisting of a large saw and grist mill,
run by as fine water-power as the
State, or probably any other State,
affords, and a cotton seed oil mill run
by steam. A large store house, and
a number of small dwellings are near
by. The whole property is owned by
the untiring and hospitable General
A few persons visited the point
where the river sinks, about six hun-
dred yards below the mill, and then
commences the longest Natural
Bridge in the world, it is pronounced,
being about three miles in length.
At the lower end of the bridge the
river re-appears as suddenly as it dis-
appears at the upper end.
We observed at the gathering
many, ladies and gentlemen
' from, Mikesville and Providence.
' Late in the afternoon the party closed
the day having been passed very
pleasantly by all.
,A Letter From n"&lmle 1e.'ren 7 Cabin
TTUSTENU.GmEE, FLA., May 14, 1884.
e Editor Reporter:-You are doubt-
3 less aware, if somelof your reader are
' noti the wigwam ,of Tustenuggee
War Chief of the Seminoles) wa8s 1
A bygone days located hem. 'The Great
s 'Spirit has long since called him t(
r Join the warriors in the happy hunt-.
s Ing ground of 'the Red man, but hii
e name still lives, and double's will
* .while water runs, or grass grows
* Some thirty yare ago;, a small Churec
was built in full view of ,where once
stood his wigwam, dedicated t<
his memory. Said Chureh has since
e l Prn ix,.inip.l l.rr a ..pc., A q e. but
the old namne iq retaine 1. J .,
e The Mefhodists~of this'Distriet ex.
- pect to hold their next District Meet-
Le ing at 'Tustenggee, embracing the
! first Sunday in August next. A good-
ly number must certainly ,be expect.
ted for a committee has been at work
a; for. the last two'months, aseertaining
s how many of the expected, each famr
n ily in the neighborhood could and
1; would accommodate with bed and
i- board, during the meeting," and so
it well haveythey performed their duty
4 that one would scarcely know where
- to find a vacant bed. Rumor has it
g that the buildings near the church
Witl be occupied by some independent
t' parties, who like visitors in Texas
n years ago, will bring their own robes
, and rations, rather than putting up at
i Sprawls. The citizens of old Tuste.
' nuggee, are hospitable in the extreme,
(regardless of the differences of opin
ion In politics or religion) and no fear!
!, ieed be entertained of being left oui
'e* in the eor-d, particularly 'In August.
The pastor of this charge is desiroul
that* his people should +attire them.
selves in very plain apparel during
.the meeting, and issue no rations cal.
.oulated to~igve any one the gout +-
winkc is said to be as good as a nod to
e -blind horse; so you who have finor
if to exhibit, will take the hint'anc
e leave it at home, particularly if yot
if wish to be in the fashion at the Tus
t tenuggee wigwam.
a The crops that have had proper at
g tention are looking -well. The earn
s. erop is a little, short, owing to loss o
i- seed; last WVinter.
hr The fruit crop is ato, short to divid<
eWith the gormandizing wood-peekl
ce and jay birds, but ti-ey will have thei;
a share,' if we have to go without 'i
if During the first four months of thl
Year, we had nineteen inches ef rain
l, fall, two and a half inelr being thi
te grtratr-t fall at any oue time.
e (orihe period mentioned abuoe, fifty
e three and Mu (third degree.,. Tbi
71o l est, 25 degrees, and highest at
i- gained, 80 ',
e When the Ichetucknee branch o
I- the Rowland Bluff road is completed
i. to your city, your citizens will be at a
d loss what route to go to Gainesville
n whether by Ichetucknee, Baldwin
r Live Oak, or foot it through. I pre-
a sume the latter much the nearest, saf-
est, and cheapest, route of the four.
I- "'UNCLE TOM."
TOWN TAX SALE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
N following described lands will be
sold at public auction on the 2d day of
June, A. D. 1884, at Lake City, in
the county of Columbia, State of Flor-
ida, or as much thereof as will be
necessary to pay tile amounts due for
town taxes, for corporation of Lake
City, for year 1883; herein set oppo-
site the same, together with the cost
of sales and advertising:
Anderson, John,nw. cor. lot 101 $1.78
Closar, Adolphus nw qr lot 97 $1.37
Goff, J. W. agt Margaret Goff e lot
Harris, A. J. fractional lot 8 & 9 n by
it. R. 4.67
Ivey, Jack lot n of Lake DeSoto, e of
J.' D. Callaway 4.67
Johnson, Mailicia 2 fractional lots in
blk. 112, 3.10
Kirby, Dan agt for wife lot 57 2.57
Masters, Emanuel nw cor lot 73 5.20
Robinson, Quash ne cor lot 94 1.63
Spencer, Romulus agt Winnie Jones,
n .1' lot 106 2.57
Also agt, Sarah Watson, se cor lot
Thompson, Andrew n 1.2 lot 106 2.68
Taylor, Wm. agt for wife fractional
Thomas, Diavid nw qr of lot 112 1.53
Wilson, E. D. qr lot 48. 1.37
Wilson, Hannah lot 178 ne ex 1.53
Wright, E. M. lot east of Methodist
J. D. FUTCH,
A. G. BIGELOW,
LAKE CITY, FLA.
GEO, E. WILSON,
SW ConsIgnments Florida
Vegetables solicited. i
LANGDO .TURSE1I ES.
[Established in 18.41,
J. M. lULIFSO_,Pre "p.
(Suctissor to C. C. LA.* "' '
S .... ^ard Flhwer-
Every varl.) of Fruitrntt Treea ,
ing and brunnient:, Shrubs al4 Will be lti
South. Prices lor 1883 an' I1hS er in the
low as those ufanv first-clarss N t
Wr'"atal,,guea Free on Apin
All wants and inquiries ]p nt V an-
swered by addrlesing ()N,\ Ala
J. M. RUTL] 6.Mobile.
8-2in P. 0. Box b
ELAM JOHNSON, SO & CO-,
COn 'iSSl o ; lB M IS,
etables, 31tim. iJr
,'Poultry and pr,' ie l .n
o Now i6 the/lime to snphi Cabbage
and "tlher Vegetables be-,,re they
mature illGecrgili. .
STATE NEf :.
The water in Little Lake George is
'VO feet deep.
The Tampa Tribune fund in aid of
the Confederate Home now aggre-
One train of twenty-seven cars of
lumber left Live Oak a few days since
The Sydney post office has been
moved to Cork Station, on the rail-
road, and the name will soon be
The people of Mount Dora and
Tangerine are very anxious for rail.
road communication with the rest of
The cocoanut trees injured on the
Keys by forest fires are beglnnirg to
sprout and they will probably become
HB^oS_-_--^tf__e Oak soid
|-^O1>year _6U__VM SSBrtf1geet-bfans
enough to make alone 10' eratet, if
seasons had been good.
8. r*. Wreford will be an independ-
.eutcandidate, and J. N. Coombs,.the
Republican, candidate, for the State
senatee from Franklin county./" ,-
W. M.- Girardeau, of Monticello,
who, ham th4 largest watermeiontpatch
in 'Florida--abut two hundred acres-
has orders for 4,000 pounds of melon
-seed for next season.
George ]H. Meginnis,,of Tallahassee,
has shipped since Octob er last, near-
ly.$4,00-worth of Florida furs. Most
of them were otter, the balance were
coon, skunk, and other small hides.
Jones Carter, v whiteman living
twelve miles from Madison, was call-
ed out of his house by unknown par-
tlps, last(Mondav night, and killed.
The cause of the murder has not been
Wm. Cannon, agent of the Disston
Company at Kissimmee, has sold 32,.
-864 acres of land to different parties,
-including 18 lots in Kissimmee City,
on which buildings are In course of
construction or will be, inthe, ours
+, ofthe Summer. "
The Gainesville Advocate has dis-
-carded the pioneer press, and is now
printing on a new improved cylinder
and has entered upon a prosperous
-career. GainesviIe is destined to be
a great city, and the paper that holds
its own there how, will be whole-Toot
'ed in the future.
The Rev. Dr. J. B. Cottrell, hap
:been on a visit to Tallahasseeand hip
lecuse an "Boys," pleased the editor
of the Econopisi, almost as much a
-ft pleased us. "'The Doctor," says the
editor of the Economist "possesses a
great deal of originality, independence
and boldness of thought."
JOHN E. HARTRIDGE
Attorney and Councellor at.Law
Practices in all the State and Federal
Courit.- ; .
,R. N. i .i.i .-- AE. McC n,--
...LI-1S & MJcCLURE.,
Arehitee( and civil Engineers.
PLAN, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTI-
MATES FOR BU[LDMNGS OF ALL
Water Supply, Dr binge,'gewerage,
J. S -TAYL&R.
PRA CTICAL P.AI.V7TER,
Lake City,' Florida.
EslimuatesI Mude and Wor.kJ1narantee1d.
Calsvmining a SAecialty.
YOUR WORK Is S;tWITIPA-D!
D liapatolh is ny'M
THE ONLY BZCLVSIVE
IS ThiAT 'OF
6 VFST itAYi$TREE
INX> ALONG YOUK
'"CAHH.A(;ES, .- .
TURNPS. 1 -
S L"',% .[.
," E ri%.. ETC..
And gol our higlhi r 'hth l'l(i, a, i] n,,.n,,.
kGG;S anl PALTRY
1-IA ILFI>E WlII I'M(T llrf.\T, II.
f. i oi. n.,'- a,,,l rai r T|,P, ] r, (," t.
I1AS J'TEC:'l~t A, NE A-
SORTiIK N 01
SPI:ING AND SU pA i GOODS
,',ono i-tiz of Drv ,"(, ..'o l shy. s.-.. Ha.. ,
Re ,!v Mtalde Chothii,,g [, iaf. |',. *hbl'I
mnil 'Tinware, Sa 1-14 I till. 11 .r-iw-
W ...d> iwa.',('Clocks, ti i '' 1 liFl N.o i, I j,
every article u-i;.illv ..l! iv a ",i-'l Cla,
Est>ai-llhoie ,t. .il" ,t .: '
Ocll -lv IV.
J. 0. MA'STERS R prietor,
LAKE CITY, : : : -~: FLOP IDA.
Wagons, BugEins 44lachinery
IRice chlansd ., ,I t.,i, ro..,.! .I ih. Fir..
C. BART &lk CO,'.,
Wholesale FRu. Dealers
commiss ion plants,
Rr[pHtfillliy l-Ii, it1. m I.1- of
FhK llla l'illi ai,,d E vriy \igcela-
lIies. '. "':.
Ani experit-'ce off irttv ,Yearh
warrants us in alyipg 14t 41n Inudle
whatever goods may besent its to
Correspondeince pIO.ar. ac-
knowledged*and iiifori'myn cheer-
fully given,. -
Lake City Fleridi
J. M. WILSON, .- Propriadoro
TmI house house h s recently been Refitted, Imp.roved, Eh ntrl3 Furnished ndd n
large by Mr. J. M.-Wilson, who respectfully asks a Liberal I'utroi.age of the Travuhs4
Public, assuring them Good. Comfortable Rooms, and a TablW supplied ith everything cu
delight the eye and please the app-tito which an eiperienctd Caterer eao provide.
Only Fifty Yards from Railroad Depot, and 'a Good Samlile"Roum fur Cuoinuut-rTal Trav-
elers. 1 .
Regular Board for Residents on Reasonable Terms, )7-Om
Bridges, Rixfs, Ac.
P, O. Bux 784.
R,,om Nu. 12,
etto, Blhck, Bay Pt..
DR. 4. A. WATTS
Offers his Profeosinal Services to tOe Citi-
zens of Lake City and immediate vicinity.
Marion Street, over LeteIr's Jewelry 8tore.
J. D. STREET
--DE&LIM IN --
-Stovos, Tiawarr, BIal i Paints W woodw are.
The~ Best Coffee Pot in the wWorld!I.
Makep ('otf in one mrnilte ? RtV. n unt -fou h u th utne au entity, and giies a Stronger an
Cktrer Driuk th&n an) pot marulm. tuo". U-urhrur-4 Ind old by '
J. D. STREETY, Lake City,, Fla.
rlooffing, Guttering and Eepairing a specialty. The "-Iron King" Stowe a Speeialt)
This office Will be open dally, (Sundays ex-
cepted, and duringdistribution of malls) from
4 a. m. to 7 p. m.
-Money-Order hstnOss from 8 a. m. till 11:00
A. m., and from2ti V. Bm. till 4 p. m., except
Saturhty, when money-order business will
clog" pym.n "
Malls to north and northwest close 6 p. m.,
mills to west close 10 a. m.
Malls south and east close 6 a. m.
S-NqO malts arrive or depart on Sunday.
-.m6O LAKE CITY TO LENO.
(John B. Dell, Contractor.)
Leave, Lake -City Tuesday,, Thursday and
Saturday at 8 a.m. Arrive at Leno by5 p. m.
Leave Leno, Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day at a.m. Arrive at-Lake City by 5 p. in.
FROM LAKE CITY TO BLOUNT'S FERRY.
I (W' 1t Co~te, Contractor.)
Lfa e Lakr C11. Yueidu i a y..Si Saturday at 7
;.n. \rrii,.c,, Bhlii" h.'.I> lby~p.ni.
Lc-.t<4" Itfciiil ... r..fo '. .if- and Friday
at 7u. m. Arrl lit Luke. "17 5'6 p. tn.
|'i McI.E,.i. IPostmaster,
L| k, Liil Vim-'la.. i.\ fll 11, 1 1.
AnlgTIl k offlc, will op[ n on Sundays pre-
<-.,-.I m o'el..].k p. in., rcinilnlng openano t
"GARLTON & SMITH
PRODUCE AND GENERAL
No. 11 S. FORSYTH STREET,
The Confederate monument waw
-_ unveiled at 11i.incy, on the 15th inst
ered the addIress ,n the occasion. The
:funds for the erectio.n of thejmonu
ment were gotten;' of principally
through the efforts of Mrs. Gibbs, on(
'of the most estimable and cultivated
ladies of Fl~rida.
'Mhe Times-Union has just now e
superabundance of llbel suits on it
h hands. A verdict of $2,500 was giver
against it in favor of Mr. Townsend
and now, Mr. M. C. Jordan, who dis
tribute funds where he thought i
would "do the most 'goad" in boom
Ing him for Mayor,' i bringing'a $10;
boo suit against the T.-U. for niftion;
.the matter public.
The St. Johns' Weekly, comment
Ing upon the Republican Conventioni
.which was lately held in St. Augus
bine, says that the "Independent spirit
*eeims to "have full place and power li
the minds .of the colored republicans
of-tIe State, and that a coalition be
twien the so-called Independents amn
Republicans may be expected in thi
,Atate andCongressional politics thio
-4Woman',, Christlan Temperael
"For God and home and native
.laud." The Womans' Crusade e
1873, ttmt Btrck consternation to 4(I
hieu-as and purses of soloon-keeplrp o
.North and West, aud astonishment
-4o the nation, has at Jamt assumed,:
regular I fornm, and is approachini,
-slowly, but surely to the desired issue
Women no longer go in masses to un.
W holy places, an.] come in contact witl
the vice therein, to pray and imuplor
him who has, been (licensed by tI
-law t9 deal out death and destructiby
,1o the people; to discontinue his curs
,/ed traffic; and, perchance, some o
.them who have been sorely tried
pour the "fire water" into the streets
to be washed with other filth Into tho
.4,fera. They have ooaie to-the con
Pir1MALV.UI uLL-40 Lleal t0e tcater, t11
-" ce mil!? be removed, therefore, havr
organized into a "National Union'
for the purp se of educating the coam
ing generation up to the honors of th(
situation, thereby to exterminate al
cohol by the ballot, from our nation
The women of Florida are not behind
their sisters in this work; aye, ever
the wives and mothers of our dea
"City of Lakes," have formed v
union; and in order to aid in some-
inspiring enterprise, are working zeal
ously, having organized two Bands o
Hope, one of white and one of color
,ed children, and are endeavoring t(
unite the colored women in the tern
y~erance cause. Their work is a glori
ous one, fraught with difficulties, but
'ifor the prize set before them, endur(
the cross, and despise the shame."
MRS. J. W. FUNK,
The Hollies, May 8, 1884.
Fun at the Pic-Nic.
Dear Sir: On Saturday, thE
2. 7th of April, the first pic-nic of the
season, in this neighborhood, wae
held at Leno, in the southern portion
oi" Columbia county. Where were
assembledd many of the represenative
i-idies and gentlemen, who had ap-
pareiil;'.left all care behind them
resolved upon the enjoyment of ,such
recreation as a delightful day, in
an attractive live-oak grovezon the
margin of the .Santa Fe river, in hear-
Jug of the rushing water as it pas.ced
Watch and, C'
Cor. Putnam and Marion Ss.
1?O-R OTs' cssvTOT FLAe 4"4
Bradfield's Female Reg-
Is a speciA remedv for all dilesses pertaining to
the womb, and any intit-isrent wuimn
fcl:u ious in ,rases of iuppretised or painful menstru-
ation, the wlhites andl T.rtial prohapus. It afford.
immediate relief and permanently reitored the mens-
trual functions, Ad ;i remedy tW' be used Adurinir
that crili al period known six "chst,ge of life," this
it.Viluabie I'reptratiou hIs 1no rival.
Is an inestimable boon to ill child-bearing women,
a real blear-ng to suffering femna'l-m; a tiue
When applied a few weekss before (-onfinemenot it
will produte-a safe And quick dtivery, (,onttrl pain
:and mlieviAte the usual dreAd, *gonizintf auffering,
beyond the power uf language to vxpres.
IT a sure is .d ptsitdy cure for blind or bleeding
Pilt-i a .sr^, uh.S.-, lumors, fistula, burns, orav
Ielons, sore nipple. ete. Itlaeffect. are simply mar
velomz undittian inexpre-stbl.. blessing, to .1l ;if
alcted with either of th Above complaints. "1iy it.
For oir..ulars, testimunials And full particulara
j ddrea sole proprietor and ,mnuY+acturer of these
Three Great Remedies,
No )fill South Prir street, Atlanta. Ga.
For tale by the dJiuggislt of Lake Ciy 241y
Dealers In Graln, Flour. llay. &C.
pecial A/ttenton given to Country Prxdace:
-FLORLIDA FRUITSand VEGETABLES
Prompt Sales and Quick Returns.
Atlanta National Bank; J. lf t'1 it,
P. & T. Dodd, Garrett &,Bro.
We keep'everything usually belonging to a First-Class Hardware Sti)ck,
'And can furnish dealers with all goods in our live
.--... a -- at lowest prices.
Rates and price List sent on Application.
GEe. F. DREW & CO.
At Bed-Rock Prices,
And the easiest ternls of payment.
With prices, and terins, avid be convinced+
that I willsN you a first-class inst rument for
less nioney than you can buy farther North,
and besides save vou front $5 to $20 in
freight, &tv. I will ship any respectable
ci'iiea. (%hu nmean bueinei). a pili,.u or or-
gan on trial, and if ?',t E-Wi-latt.,ra I will,
.4,a In+.1*U An.t 5l u u tt i il|ii.h .,ti r i nct
...il' fair &ndI liltrin' 1 should like to know
liatl i-. I car lite largest stock In the
,State U1. "
SHEET MUSIC, STRINGS, &-e.
Cataligue free. 6-6111
*24-3m: I I
E. C. CPU"
823 N. Muttr t
Makes the Sau l of Sutllii n ]"i iui. a
J. E. IHeldricks.ii, I'lt mi t'ii Phil-
adelphia Prodtui ct 'l.iig'.
E. Roberts ai.d bU,> 1 6 ai,,l 228
N. Delewalre AVeftie. Pniliilll-i'la,
Redfield & Son. 10 Vii..et ., Phil-
Prompt reli'ns of Malket Prices.
Send for Stencils.,
l9-31 1 '1
The most suc.es-ful reu.. ,1, ,r -isisiie,^id. he,
it is certain iu its fdtl. 1 j i.i-ij un.t ishster. Lcead
S,%VL'D U1M tr",'<,ti!
Ad.1.1-, V Jn.u.r) 10, 16:.
nrB,> lfcr, u..ili,;n-ti".., ....... -* ...
nm~urUtt g 1o .-,,1 ..i nour Kcn lJ', fpj-
ini Cure witbh great ufeisE, I thought 1, would lot
youi know what it daue for me. Two years ago I
had asst peedy a colt as wits ever raised in Jefferson
county. When I-.was breaking him he kicked over
the cross-bar and got fast and tore one of his bind
legs all to pieces. I employed the beat farriers, but
they all said lie war spoild. He had a very large
thorough-pin, and I used two bottilts of your Ken-
dall's Sptavin Cure and it took the bunch entirely off
and ho sold afterwards for 1I0.00. t have usedit
for bone spavins and wind-galls and it has always
cured completely and left the leg smooth
It is a splendid medicine for rheumafism. I ree-
ommended it to a good many and they all say it
does the work. I was in Witheringtoun-& Kueelan's
drug store in Adams, the other day, and saw a Very
fine picture you sent tbem. I tried to buy it, but
could not; they said if I would write to you that
you would send me one. I wise you would, and I
will do all the good I can. Very respetfuliy,
E. S. LYMAN.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE,
ON HUMAN FLESH.
Vevay, Ind., August 12, 1881.
Dr B J Kendall & Co-Oents:
Sample ot cir'ulars received today. Please send
me some with my imprint, prii ted on one side only.
The Kendall's Spavin Cure is in excellent demand
with us, and not only lotr animals, but tor human
ailments also. Mr. Jot. Voris, one of the lending
farmers in our countY s.ziained ;au ankle badly, and
knowing, the value of the remedy for horses, Iried it
on himselt, and it did far better than he expected ;
cured the sprain in %ery hort order.
Respectfully V C. 0. THIEBAND.
Pile $1 per bottle at 6 bottles ft.. *"* .0i drug-
gists have it or en itget. it for you, .. ,- ..,a| i.. sent
to iny address on receipt of price by f he proprietors
DR B J KENDALL & Cu,
Euo.burgh Fu_:s, Vt.
Send for illustrated ciicular.
3lly SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
CURE FOR PILES. -
..".elm^^ mptom of Piles is amlealse
itsiing at ht after getting wa jcis
pleasant sensation is imme telVy -
l.ved by an application of DBIA.osankV
Pile Remedy. Piles in all forms, Itch, Salt
Rheum and Ringworm can be permanently
cured by the use of this great remedy. Price
50 cents. Manufactured by The DI". -kisanko
Medicine Co., Piqua, 0. Sold by
CHALKER BROS., & PRICE
| TI~l mi Sendbticeents orpotageaud
rtIecive free, a costly box ot
goods which ;will help all, ot
l1 PRIZEt Ieither sex, to more money
ri0iht away thAn anything elie in this world. Fos-
tunes nw*it the workers absolutely sure. At once
address TRUE 4f W, Augntst, Maine. 21-lyr
J. S. CIIAMBERLINE,
II. E. CIIAMBERLINE.
Parlor Mantle Bed.
REFERENCES.-- T. G. HILER. Fa,,euil Hall National Bank, Boston. RICHARD-
SON & BERNARD. Agents. Bostn & Savannah S. S Line, Savannah. GIa. H. .C, DEN-
TON. Gminesville, Fla. "B. W. POWNELL, Micanopy,.F)a. J C- W1SENBAKERt Vafd...-
ta.Ga. R. F. KOLB, Eufaula, Ala.
[AXAKIE W EW ]RIOHE tBICI- LOOID,
And will completely change the'blocd in the entire system in three months. Any per.
son who will take 1 Pill each night from 1 to 12 weeks, may be restored to sound
health, If such a thing be possible. For curing Female Complaints these Pills have no
equal. Physicians use them in'theIr practice. Sold everywhere, or sent by mill for
25 cts. in stamps.. Send for pamphlet.. 1. S. JOHNSON & CO.,, BOSTON., MASS.
Jacks .-,. ille, Florida.
Oppofilt Astor Building. [36-.13,
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
NO HORSE will die of COLIC. BOrs or LeSo FiG-
"B, If Foutz's Powders are used in tame.
Foutz's Powders will cure and prevent HOG CnOLzRA.
Foutz' Powdes wil prevent GAPzS Is FOWLs.
Foute's Powders will increase the quantity of milk
and cream twenty per cent., and make the butter flrm
Youte's Powders will cure or prevent almost xvBuy
DISEASE to which Hores and Cattle are subject.
FOUTOZ'e POWDEnR WILL iOE SATISFACTION.
DAVID B. POUTZ. Proprietor.
Convenience and Lconomy Com-
House and Room RKits R(-duced Th,
Cheapest, Most Comfortabe bnd EleI nt
LOANS madu ,pon approved collateral
or satisfactory Business paper. I-
DRAFTS on ENGLAND, ItRR4VD, ;FRAXC
md GgamA.SY boualhtand sold. ;
N12. -1- LLIN'a,
"12.-lye "" C.HMEB
Prodnc 0 omDiI34,on
.. e r eh nB
ss PARK P. 7 ',fE.
N EW:::--YCR K.
HALF OUT OF HIS HEAD.
"Blessed be the man," sdid Don Quixote's
weary Squire, who invented sleep." San.
cho's gratitude is ours, but what if one can-
not enjoy that excellent invention ? "Nerv-
ousnegs in mne had become a disease,"
Writes Mr. William Coleman, the well known
wholesale druggist of Buffalo, N. Y.
-1 could not leep, and my nights were
eithr passed in that sort of tlestosne.-s
wh;ch nearly crazes a mnan, or in a kind of
-Lupur, haunted by tormenting" dreams.
Having taking PAKEe'S Toxic tor' other
t oubles, I tied it also for this. The result
bth l urj raised and delighted Ine. My
letved were toned to, com ert pitch, and, like
Oaeesar's fat men, J fell into rIanks of those
who shrep o' night.-. I should add that the
[I' nie speedily did away with he condiLiun
4, gee'erl debi'ity and dyspepsia occasioned
by previous sleeplessness, ana gave loc
-treoglh and perlecL digestiin. Iu brief,
the Use of tile Tunic thoroughly re-estab-
Iithed my health. I hve used PARKEIR'8
I'ONIC with cntt"e Success for seasickness
and for the bowel disorders incident to
ucem Vn voyamts."
This preparation has heretofore been
known as PARK. R's GINGER ToNIc. Hereaft.
er it will be advertised and sold as PARKER'S
F'ONIC--omittinir tile word "ginger." His-
cox & Co., are induced to make this change
bv tile action of unprinciipaled dealers who
have for years deceived their customers by
iubstitulitig interi,,r preparations under the
usine uo ginger. We drop the misleading
word all the more willingly, as ginger is an
pniulpor taut flavoring ingredient. in our Ton-
Please remember Ithat no change has beev,
,,r will be, made in the preparati p it-ell,
wnd all bottles remaining in the hands of
ealers, wral ped under tile n Ime Of PAK-
Kia's GISGEH ToxIc, contain the genuine
medicine if the iac-simile signature ot His
Cx A; Co., is'at the bottoml of tie outside
Time to Mtop It.
L ItF! loo bad, Sir orlMadam, but don't
get frightened. Your hair is falling
off-that'i certain. A glance at the
mirror, or an investigating committee
of fingers tells the dismal story. We
won't discuss the possible cause. It
is enough that Parker's Hair Balsam
used now will prevent further de-
struction. 1s your hair somewhat
gray,.too, and crisp? Alas, yes. The
Balsam will give back the original
color, softness and gloss. Not a dye,
not oily,' elegantly perfumed, a-per-
MILLEK,< COMMON -SENSE.
Mr. F. B. Walker, Of this County, has se
cured, frm Prof. J. H. Miller, all rights and
privileges pertaining to his copyright of the
"Common Seise Arithmetic," in the Cn: -
ties of Clumbia and Hlamilton. The work
has been highly commended by cornpetlnl
autho- irea in all parts of the country. And
,,ti tre'eiy and oinnplic.ty is far superior t.,
the standard works used in, the "ablic
Schools. Mr. Walker has engaged a com-
petent instructor and $will visit various peor
tions of the counties named above in 'tile it..
rarest of hit work.' Believing as Ae do it
will be mnutually beeieticial, we commend
hin and his systia, to Iie public, 23.3m
ARE NOW PREPARED
TO FURNISH ON SHORT NOTICE,
FOR LOC AND FOREIGN BILLS,
OUR MILLS are situated seven miles south-west of Lake City. ORIDEBS
mailed to that Post-office will receive prompt attention.
W FOREIGN ORDERS ESPECIALLY SOLICITED.
$. BOTELER THOMPSON,
E~S, ~~, S1~~~%~3a~P~4~'Ji~sr
Produce Commissien merchant
Nos. 117 &118 South DeLawate Avenue Market,
Special Attentior given to the sale of Small Fruits and Vege-
CONSviNMENTS RESPECTu ULLY SOLICITED. SALES REPORTED DAILY
RETURNS MADE EVERY MONDAY,
St3[ S iiil, fu'jrnr-hedi od ,Applicalirih7 *" '/ ., *' "* ... L ft -Sni *
,.p+,._M 0lory IS. S, Le,
\\^ V^^^ r ONLY LINE OF STEAMIERS RUNNING
\Brt6B Floria an l N tYorP.
FROM FERNANDINA, FLA., EVERY THURSDAY EVENING.
FROM NEW YORK, P. 21,1E. R., EVERY FRIDAY, 3 P. M.
Rates of Passage Lower than by any Other Line.
RATES OF FREIGHT AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
One of the Fast and Magnificent Iron Steamers,
STATE OF TEXAS.............. ............................. CAPT. JOHN ,RISK
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO,... ............. ...........CAPT. WILDED
Vii slal from Fernandina every Thursday eketniin ater arrival of paVenger trains on the Florida
rransit & P'eninBular and Ferniudina & Jacksbnwlle Railrotds. offtinl to the TRAVELING PUBLIC
and SH[PPERS thi QUICKEST asol ONLY DIEErT LINE TO NEW YORK AND THE EAST.
r.-"Dirw.t conwetfon is now made at BALDWIN by the Florida Central & Western Railroad
witL the Florida Transit Railroad for Fernandina.
"13P~ iOMUGH TICKETS, ,ingle or ex,.ursion, and etaterooms seeured in advance at all prinei-
pal stations on the F.P0. C. W. R. R.
13W TdROUGH BILLS OF LADING isvncl to and frm N'Mw York and all points inFlorida.
tar Remember this is the ONLY FLouiDA LINE, and 8hou~ d be patronii by Floridians
Shippine tr Traveling.
t'- All FREIGllTS ny this line will rectve PROMPT, DISPATCH.
For Freight rates appll to Freight Agent of F. I For I'a-ttae rates apply to Tit ket Agents, of F.
C. 4 W.BR. I.,.r to I C. & W. n.R.., or to
1. W. SOUTIWIICK, W.J. YOUNO,
Gen. oiuth'nu Frt Ag't, Fernandina.FLt., Geh. south'n Prai. Ag't, Jacksonville, Fla.
I B mmUL~g AND S.TATI MU ''
yewsdealers, Printing, Binding, Tobacco and Segars.
I ..... Ih, 1m erm,-el Niot& and Best -sdrhnw-nL of Gonde. in uur Line l r
I kerp f 'fblhe I"ii,,pal Dailvyaiid Wevkly Paparr .AiwvI afHi .tf E '-
take i-uhb n-n ln h .Ior iir.) fu ir..ti'-~ Rt iubl .;.i.-n [briCOn.- ^ ,. .
&ehoo!Bjk l~ toir ana & 1,,ul supplied at lowest prices. *'*-
Law Blankg-i^-A full linep alwayrr in btwok
"Don't Forget tu ei-1 on me, when in need of anytbiog in our line.
C. P. TATEM.&
8. 3~-IE. _&rlOra;lIE1R;,- -:.:
u-EO. F. DREW & CO.,
SUCCESSOR TO.GARRETT, BOWEXN t VAN BUREN.
Wholesale and Retail
H A PDWA RE HOUSE
54.and 56 West Bay Street
Stoves and. Tinware,
D<~s hand Blindls,
Agricultural Impinitls and ilt Soupples.
Gas Fi-.tin'g, PhtrmbiugjAlieet lion work and Ti, Rocifinia promptly at-
tended tq, in the best manner.
Signl of the Golden at,
THE MUSIC, HOUSE OF KORND.
A. C B.C BELL,
THE CELEBRATE DRY 4G00DS.-HOISE
+ ."- .//. OF- ,
DAVIDM WESBEIN & CO_,0
Begs .to call attention to the fact, that our house is first-,elals in every
respect and that the manner of our dealing our reliability, fairness and
low prices have nad e ns
THE MOST .POPULAR HOUSE IN THE SOUTH.
There is no excuse for any one, no matter how far from Savannah,' to
pay f>wr their goods, at home, almost double the price, when the same or,
even better goods can be had of us. Shopping nowadays' is made very
easy: write us for samples and be as explicit as possible as regards prices,
style and colors of goods desired, by observing thi, we can execute your
orders more satisfactorily. If you order 10 dollars worth of goods and
enclose the money by P. 0. Order or otherwise, we prepay the freiglit; if
you prefer to have goods shipped C. 0. D. we will pay the freight to
vour nearest Express Office on all'orders of 20 dollars and over. Any
goods that do not come up to expectation you ean return at our expense
and we will refund the money. Another thing pleare bear in mind: In
your small country stores the assortment of goods is limited, whilst we,
whu sell a million dollars worth, receive daily the newest and freshest
styles; this in it-elf is worth the attention of every ladv, and should se-
cure us their preference. We have our representative buyers in New
York the whole year round, whose duty iXis to look out for bargains
We call especial attention to our immense lines of silks, satins, dress-goods,
lawns of all kind, parasols, falls, gloves, laces, embroideries, Ladies'Chem-
ises, Night-gowns. Drawers, Hou,)e fn'rnis'iing g*oo,ls, Geutletunn's Un lei-
wear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and Neckwear.
DAVID WVETSJBEIN s rCO.,
153 BROUGHT .STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA,
rJU- To show how we do business, we will annex a few testimonials.
We have thousands of them!
Apalachicola, Fla. April 29,1884.
The goods received 0. K. and I ame much pleased.
0. W. WAKEFIELD.
King's Ferry, Fla., March 14th, 1884.
The goods have been received and I am much pleased with them.
MKS.. 1,i. WRIGHT.
Jesup, Ga., April 2D, 1885. r -
hTegood.0'calue safely and give entire satisfaction. lease accept
MRS. tsABBU-A WAKB.
J, S. CHAMBERLINE &* C-.,
VFRUIT AND PRODUCE
C COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FL.ORIDAorth Mat AND ViEnTAreeS, A,
NO- 5 North Market and 5 Clinton Streets, '.
Watchmalor and JwOOr,
179 \Vil. Bay Street,
THE LAKE |.CITY
LAKE CitY, FLA.,
WILL DO A'
General Banin uisMmg,
COLLECTIONS itle on all pints on
favm-ra ble terms.
DEPOSITS received suhject to check at