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Jacksonville advocate
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Title: Jacksonville advocate
Uniform Title: Jacksonville advocate (Jacksonville, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
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Publisher: M.J. Preston.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1896
Frequency: weekly
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Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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S, JFor Secretary ofSate,
: '". of Orange,
.' For Superintendent Public Instruction
S ""of Alachua.
; '. For Treasurer,
"" or. t of Duval.
'For J|tstice Suireme Court,
..^ of Brevard.
S For Commissioner of Aggriculture,'
: .' 0- ,' "

Ftor controllerr, ., .
of Maron. ,
For Attorney General.

crank," feet, ankles nmd trousers ranr
two cranks, two pedal axles, two keys, sixsere
piece. ]From 5o to ioo per-cent, of all troub ,
oose and pedal axles that break from clamping connections. They get looseno mat
ter how much pains is taken to key and tighten them. This is caused by too many
parts, and it is entirely saved by our device, which is but one piece and made from
tough rolled steel rods, impossible to .break. It has been proven that when other .
cranks break from accident, our one-piece crank will hardly bend. But if t anfy \ '
person can easily straighten it with a large wrench, and without removing It fro1i
the frame. ; -
CHAIN.-Humber block pattern, best quality, hardened. 8SROCKET
W EELS.-'Best drop forged steel. RBEACH.-Shortest, 28 inches; longest, W .
inches GEAR.-64 or 72, as specified. / .. .
FRONT FORKS.-Indestructible. Our fork crowns are simply a section of
gun barrel steel turned up to size, then bored and bent, forming a perfect fork crown
that cannot be surpassed for. strength and beauty, also giving a support to our s9lid
cold rolled fork rods that just limit the necessary amount of springidess required in a- .
! front fork and which can only be obtained by the use of our forks and crown." \
HANDLE BARS.-Reversible and adjustable, a marvel of simplicity, readi-
ly adjusted to any position desired, with best cork orcomposition handles. In bnyig
a Bicycle it is always a vexed question whether you want dropped or elevated handia
bars. If you wanted one kind you could not have the other. Our handle bar en*'
ables you to have either at will.. Will furnish Ram's Horn handle bars if preferred,
SADDLES.-Gilliam, P. & F., Reading, or some other first-class make.
PEDALS.-Rat trap or rubber, full ball bearing.
FINISH.-All parts are enameled with our own special enamel, nrubbed dow |
and baked, giving it a handsome black, glossy appearance. All bright parts re heavy*
ily nickle-plated; these, with the jet black glossy parts, give a handsome a=arace
Which cannot be excelled.
ACCESSORIES.-Each "Maywood" Bicycle is furnished with leather to *
bag,,/containing pump, wrench and patent oiler. *j
WEIHT.,-According to tires,-pedals, saddles, etc., from 27 to,'30 pounds.
The6Maywood" has successfully passed through the experimental stage.
During the past three'years we have pit out over 5,o6oo 6Maywoods," placed io '
the hands of riders of all classes and widely distributed through the country. Expert
riders and clumsy riders, heavy men and light men, on smooth roads and on rough -
roads, have given-this wheel every conceivable test, proving it to be the best wheel on '
earth for every day use, a wheel that can be constantly used over the robiughest and .
hardest roads without showing weakness and the constant necessity of-repairs. It
poqstruction is so simple, its vital parts so strong, that the possibility of breakage W
.reduced to a minimum. 1 .. .--
Do not imagine because it is not high priced it is not high grade. We do not ta _
expensive hollow tubing, besides, we belong to no Combination.or Trust. We i
own every patent, pay no royalties, manufacture the entire wheel ourselves and are
satisfied with a reasonable profit, employ no expensive racers, but depend upon the
good commonsense of the American people to appreciate a good thing when they e 4
t. We can afford to make the price we do for we expect to sell ten "M&awoods"
to one of any individual make sold. We simply say that the OMftywo is a per
bect Bicycle, containing more originality and genuine points of excellence than ca -
be found in all other machines bunched together. *
CasH BUYERS' UNIoN. EVANSTON, ILL., January 20, x8g6. *,
Messrs:.-In regard so "Mayyood" Bicycle, I will -say that I have found it to-'
answer all purposes as guaranteed. Last summer I rode one from Chicago through
Michigan, Canada, and all over western New York and northern Pennsylvania. Not-
withstanding the fact that I rode it over all kinds of roads and in places where man
more expensive wheels would not have stood the test, it is still in good conditions
C. B. SEELY, N. W. University.

Let us now enter on our duties in the
spirit of F'raternity, Charity and Loyalty,
the groundwork and never dying principles
of our noble organization.
It is gratifying to me to have to report
thatnotwithstanding the depression caused
by the late unfortunate freeze, and the loss
to many of our comrades bltheir accumu-
lations of years, the orga ization shows a
healthy condition, as shown by the reports
of the Assistant.Adjutant General and As-
sistant Quartermaster Ge eral,.
All the Posts in the department are in
good condition; one Post has been rein-
stated and active c0rresIondenceqis now,
in progress for the format on of a new Post
on the Indian River section.
Because of the financial e i ssments
with which the people ofF
surrounded, the DEpartni
would respectfully requ s
,make all efforts possible -
bers on the rolls who
and use evpry diligene ed
members restored toip,
as under the liberal pr the
Lou'sville Encampm e no
valid exetise for com ; out-
side of our organize
orwe do ouraduty o our
organization and 1 d see to
it that ever-y dese -1d sailor.

Good news for Cuba Gen. Weyler has
taken the field I What a splendid target
for Maceol

Democracy is not relying on campaign
buttons. It relies on votes, and will get
them, too.-Times-Union.
Just watch the breasts and coat lappels
of democrats after their presidential nomi-

The edict prohibiting the export of to-
bacco is likely to get Spain into trouble.
American property rights are involved,
and American property rights are very
sacred things.-Times Union.
American citizens' lives have been, and
are now involved. If "old glory" can't-
take care of them, it isn't likely that
there'll be a row about tobacco.

Vote the democratic ticket and make
good money, silver and gold plentiful in
the land.-Times-Union.
The same thin was.a. aa.L hm the col-

vote for
de, and
in the
nd no w
b beg a
-..4--- i-

W~S wrs m irmne or narc street ta-
bor tor 75 cents and a $1.00 a day from
six to six.
If certain anti-politicians can lead their
convention by singing "Praise God from
whom all blessings flow," as the Georgia
Baptist informs us, the Eagan-Lee-Long
combination can safely close theirs with
"I need thee O my Saviour, every hour
need thee." '

Many thanks to the Richmond Planet
for recognizing the fact that the editor of
this paper contributed largely toward sav-
ing the life ofpoorWash Smith, who really
ought not to have hanged as sentenced.
Wash now languishes in the penitentiary,
and the Advocate, together with' hosts of
sympathisers of all classes, live in hopes
of a further extension of leniency.,

The-Washington Bee, a bold and fear-
less exponent of rights and wroIgs, doings
"-,and misdoings-of -the. race, and an all
arounddtwhole soul publication, comes out
broadcast for Hon. Wm. B. Allison of
Iowa. Our man for frst place at the St.
Louis convention, is as the flag at our
masthead 'annoupnces--Levi P.. Morton;
"but if all the good things the Bee says of
Allihsn, together with his historical sketch
as it prints be correct, suppose we don't
object to the second place on the ticket for
William, provided the Bee willfiot turn
tail and sting. .

If the Savannah Tribune is correct, and

aism.eint ,n uI ,val erly love to capture the hearts of the citi-
disease coracted o or by the zens of that famed city and to aid them in
hand of old age. shall be placed on the makin, the Exposition of Southern Indus-
,, 1 .., ,making the Exposition of Southern Indus-
pension roll; but to make that demand, tries a grand success.
which we consider s our inherent right grand success.
which we consider is our IIn eren. rint.

we must see that the roll is roll ot honor,
aul so guarded that no one with a stain of
fraud upon his claim can have a place
thereon; and we pledge a willing co-ope-

id bl d i h 1 f

$40.00 is our Special Wholesale Price.
Never before sold for less. To quickly introduce the
1Maywood" Bicycle, we have decided to make a
special coupon offer, giving every reader of this paper a
chance to get a strictly first-class wheel at the lowest
price ever offered. On receipt of $35.oo and coupon we
will ship anywhere, to anyone, the above described Bi-
cycle, securely packed and crated and guarantee safe
delivery. Money refunded if not as represented after
arrival and examination. We will ship C.O.Dwith
privilege of examination, for $36.oo and coujon, pro-
vided $5.00 is sent with the order as guarantee of good
faith. We send a written binding warranty with each
Bicycle. This is a chance of a lifetime and you cannot
afford to let the opportunity pass.
Address all orders to CASH BUYERS' UNION,

'rate with the constituted authorities to see
that no fraudulent name is placed upon it.
After a careful and mature study of this
question I have always been convinced
that a service pension bill will be the most
satisfactory to comrades and wes should
at all times, urge the passage of such law,
and until such is placed upon the statutes
of our country our utmost endeavors must
be exerted to see that the existing laws are
fully and honestly executed by the Depart
ment of the Interior at Washington.
Many complaints are heard, all over the
land, ot honest pensioners having their
allowance cut down on IW.one
of the reasons why I alice
pension law that would of
I am exceedingly gla ote
that the beautiful cust and
decorating the graves o :om-

ss6 West Van Buren Street, 1098, CHICAaO,;ILL.

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By Preston & Christopher,

GETER BUILDING, Forsyth and Bridge Street.

The Indestructible "Maywood"


" Coupolln No.1098

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Dealer in Fine Whiskies and Wines, Aiken's Rye O
Hauartr for Wins. Lior and er. Im r and na. .e_ Jm
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of Duval.

T.-VU. '
For the last thirty years to the present
day, it has been taken for granted the
wide world over, that South Carolina is the
most mischievous State in this Union; and
Sit is now beginning to be conceded that the
Times Union is the not only the most mis-
chievous, but the most unreliable (unreli-
able is a mild word) paper, calling itself a
newspaper. on the entire list of Geo, P.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Directory.
When an infant, we remember mamma
saying to us little ones: .
All liars will be found'out,
Which ever way they wind about,
So always be afraid m., dear, .
Po"%r iLW.s near.
Se8-Union tells the world of the
-fthitactionS of things, of daily occurrences',
of everything that happens under the son
and the moon in the city of Jacksonville,
not as they actually occurred, but as it
would have it appear, and, forsooth, the

outside world, seeing just 9t that time no
contradiction, takes it for granted.
The Tallahasseean, a weekly paper of
the capital city, caught hold of the Times-
- Union issue just after that indignation
mass meeting was held last Monday might
week ago, and without seeing the other
side of the report (which by-the-way it did
not want to see), also proclaims it broad-
cast that the meeting was a "failure," and
adds this:
"Rev. Bailey, of this city, must feel con-
siderably disconcerted when it is made evi-
dent that his attempts to stir up strife finds
so few sympathisers in a sister city the
size of Jacksonville. The time is near at
hand when the negroes of Florida will not
tolerate such men as Christopher and Bai-
But right here the Tallahasseean is off
its base; or, to use Beecher's words,' on the
"ragged edge"; or, perhaps better, to quote
Victoria Woodhull "nest hiding ;" or still
better, as Frank Moulton would have it, "a
dotard go between." The Rev. Bailey
need feel no disconcerted feeling whatever,
for the bold and\ manly stand he take in
the Tallahasseean's city, for he has the
sympathy of the entire mass of the colored
population of Jacksonville. The Advocate
wonders whether that paper saw the reso-
lutions passed by a numerous body' of
Baptists of this city, when that outrage of
Leon's sheriff was committed. And, won-
ders also, whether a copy of the Jackson-
ville Advocate of last Saturday, giving an
accurate account of the mass indignation
meeting had ever come under its notice.
One side of a tale is all well until the other
side is told.,
Of course, the Tallahasseean saw, or I
pretended not to, see, nothing of this, but1
takes the Times-Union ipsi dixit for the
whole business*
As to such men as. Christopher, etc., let
the Advocate inform this "nest hiding" t
sheet that M. J. Christopher stands in this (
community, a man not of a mushroon's a
growth of yesterday, but whose ability, hon-
esty,,virtue, morals, christianity, combined i
with education and zeal for the welfare of e
his race, places him upon the high pinalee
of estimation among Jacksonville'scitizens h
white and black. -This man Christopher ,
transacts more commercial and other legit-
imatebusiness among our Jacksonville bus- (
ihess men in twentr-fopr hours than the w
Tallahassbean can possibly do in ten years! 0
And further, he has a most noble standing ;
amonglhe colored race, and the position
he now occupies, as Secretary of the Re t
publican State Central Committee, gives
himnthe greatest prominence among the
people. '
Is this the man that this Tallahassee t
week lypredicts that the time is near at i
hand when the negroes will no longer tol- e

Th epubcans of Florid


A Full Ticket of Able Men Is Placed B
fore the State.'
The State Convention of Florida's E
publicans met in Ocala on Wednesday.
Two hundred delegates, representii
every county in the state, responded to t]
roll call.
Over one half of the delegates arrive
on Tuesday, and a caucus was held i
Mitchell: Hall on Tuesday night, which
lasted until, midnight. In this meeting
there waiuch important business tran
The State Central Committee wns cal
ed in session at 12 o'clock Wednesd a,
There was a -full attendance of member
of this committee, only a few being re
presented by proxies
SAt 12 o'clock, every seat in the Opern
House was filled by the delegates and visi
tors of the convention.
The Ocala Cornet Band furnished mu
a#. Amidst deaining applause, H. -S
Chubb,Esq. chairman of the St ate Cenira
Committee, called the convent ion to ordei
and delivered an address which was loud
ly applauded, congratulating the Republi
cans on theif large attendance and the ney
vigor which the party has taken on t(
secure better government for the entire
The call was read by Mr. M. J. Christo
pher, the secretary of the State Centra
Committee. The temporary roll wa,
called, and it was seen that the state wa,
fully represented by reputable men, whose
standing in business and social affairs o;
the state rank first. There being no con-
tests, the temporary roll was made the
permanent roll of the convention.
E P Axtell of Jacksonville, was elected
temporary chairman. On taking the
air,,---MNr Axtell delivered a spirited
speech which w -oa dand elicit-
ed the greatest enthusiasm. Ph-rt"-WAL
ter, of Jacksonville was made temporary
On motion of E R Gunby, M M Leweyi
of Pensacola, was elected permanent
chairman, and was escorted to the chair
H W Chandler and E R Gunby. Mr.
Lffwey delivered a speech that was notable
or its broad practical common sense and
good judgement.
On motion of H S Chubb, a committee
Df eleven was appointed to bring in a list
f Ames for the plce on de Stalt
They consisted r- Ar i b d e
'lannery, Gov. 'eed, V J Shipman,
WV Chandler, Wm. Pells, A M Jones, 0
W K'nne, H. L. Anderson and M J Pres-
on. '
This committee retired and brought in
he ticket as printed at our masthead.
'he nomination of Hon. E R Gunby was
he signal for the greatest applause. It
Nas nearly ten minutes before order could
v restored. This distinguished gentle-
nan was escorted to the stage, and being
introduced by the chairman, he spoke for
three quarters of an hour. Florida knows
fthe eloquence and intellectual brilliance
f Mr. Gunby. His speech on this occa.
ion was a credit to himself, and furnished
fresh inspiration in every delegate to
sel that the state will have a Governor
hat is the equalof any of the ChiefExecu-
ives of the union. ,
Each of the nominees responded to calls
or a speech, and all of them showed that
bat they are such that both democrats and
republicans, and all who desire good gov-
rnment will not hesitate to vote for them
ext October. Rousing cheers, amidst
ie tossing of hats and hurahs were given
y the delegates for the entire ticket.
Hon. P E McMurray and, Gov. Reed
rade speeches to the convention, ,and
oth of these prominent Republicans were
heard .with marked respect ard applauded
>r their timely words. ; '
The manner in whibh the colored dele-
ates took hold of affairs, and the absolute
harmony that prevailed throughout the
'ssions of the convention and caucuses,"
ut an end forever to the bug-bear, "Lilly
h i t e s "
The Hon. John Wallace was urged; to
scept a place on the state ticket but he
persistently declined, preferring to fight
the ranks and thus making v etory
ore sure.
Additional accounts of the convention

ill be giyen next week, together with
important resolutions that were' passed.,
was after six before the convention had
completed its business and adjourned with
any a lusty cheer tor the ticket.
It was remarked by every one present
at this was the most"orderly convention
-the Republican party that has been held
nee the days of-its incipiency.
Big Gus Waters declared in open. meet-
g that it was the first convention he
er attended and did not get into a row.
The chief of the Ocala police force was
ard .to remark that he had looked in
in to see delegate drunk. Every dele-
te left, feeling that the work done in
pala was not childish play, but that it
oIuld be actively considered by the voters
The annualsermon to the students of
e Baptist Academy last Sunday, week
announced, was preached by Rev M W
ilbert, A M, of Savannah. The sermon
as preached in the chapel of the Aca-
my a 3 p m, and a large and apprecia-
ve audience was in attendance. The
music, which was excellent, was furnish-
Sby the students, directed by Miss Sarah
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A cordial and hospitable greeting await
ed them by the citizens of this progressive
city ot the "New South." Looking over
this brief review of our Encampment, none
has ever been so successful in using every
endeavor to heal any difference that may
have yet existed between the two sections
of our country. It inculcated a spirit of
patriotisid among our people that will not
soon be forgotten, and it furl her demon-
strated that, no matter what other differ-
ences may exist, the old soldiers who wore
the Blue and those who wore the Gray are
a unit in the preserving of our national
integrity, and whether assailed from inter-
nal dissensions from home, or from foes
abroad, the old soldier will be found stand-
ing shoulder to shoulder when their coun-
try demands them and the unity and the
integrity of the flag rallies them to its de-
The next National Encampment will be
held in St. Paul, Minn., and I bespeak for
the new Department Commander an earn-
est support in making the representation
from this Department a cretitable one.

the Btatea
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Ffrst Olrat Jobblng
Department. A val-..
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One Yeart .-.*1.80
lSix Months -.100
SThree Montho 50



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30, 1896.'



VOL V. NO. 20


political machine, it is dead wrong. This
institution was not intended for that pur-
pose, nor was the president and his facul-
ty engaged for that purpose; and if per
listed in to the aggrandisement of indivi-
dual personels, it is rank injustice to not
only those for whose benefit it is intended,
but to those who contribute toward the

From whom and where the ADVOCATE
can be found on sale.
Rev. J. D. Peterson,.......... Pensaeola, Fla
W. W. Oolllns............... Apalahebtoola, Fla.
O.P. Wilson.. .Centerville, Leon County ,a
J. R Jacobs .........................York, a
J W. GtUlIa&s ...................Arcadia, Ila
K. J. Stookton....................Welb-rn,3r a
p._WBrtght .................., Hlghland, 'a

G W nwo................. K
UAmte Jae6b.... .............
A 0 fPrter .................... o

zF8tio e, y a A BRA rE DEFENDER.
..Hibemiaf a
dar Keys, ?e a The action of Jack.Trice. colored, %ho
fought fifteen white men killing two, and
[UNITY fatally and dangerously wounding two
S others, is worthy of all commenda&tion.
orrespondents Themob came to regulate Ti,:e's four-
11 sections of teen year-old son and the fator defended
liberal per him as above stated A%
liberal per We admire the spirit of this#noffensive
money, for colored man. What right had th e white
op us a'pois- men toattackshis home? It" was his, cas-
you will be le and the relatives of these misguided
outlaws will appreciate the lesson received
while the demons of darkness are singing
pseans over their departed souls.
Jacksonville, Colored men, defend yourselves against
er. all lawless comers. Shoot down the lynch-
ers jack Trice has done, and take the
This-one example will be the cause of
ON saving-thelives of many more colored
." ..e Southlaud.
^V- u ^ei^ -wd ^ Jn^^ ase hel>. sbot-e
,'O guo y', and thP'e militia, lynch law
.' must go Inch law must go l-Rich

y. ,The above clipping from the Planet
speaks for itself without further explana-
tion It seems to us that if colored men
Sin the out of the way places in Florida
would have their homes prepared against
KET. these lawless attacks, and fight manfully
congress. 1st to the death with a determined spirit, the
rict lynchers would very soon cave, and real-
ize the fact that there are two to play at
the game. These coroners' verdicts of
)ngress, 2nd "death from gun shots in the hands ot
ict, parties unknown," is all a humbug, and
an insult to intelligence.'

'We solicit agents and co
S or Tax ADVOCATE from a
he state. We will pay a
i t s' 4 at.(. "-" i
oB do foi us. Dr
^. '" ., "asking our terms;
.rp ind at onr offer.
"+ *;,, ., +
.k En. reO-t the postomoe at
Fla.. a* second cla mail matt


SP. E. McMurra
H W. Bishop.
H. C. Bailey.
' J.N.Clinton.

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PATENTS J Feb. 24, 1891 Oct. 8, 1898 Jan. 21, 1896
PATENT May 17, 1891 Jan. 1, 195 Others Pending.
A Bicycle constructed of material that is solid, tough and wiry; that is sitm*
ple in construction, easily taken apart and put together again, has few. parts, is.of
such wiry material that its parts will hold .together even in an accident, no hollow
material to be crushed in by every contact; a frame that cannot possibly be broken-
a frame so simple that its adjusting parts serve as its connecting parts; a onime-piece '
crank in place of a dozen parts, always ready to give reliable and rapid transportation..
FRAME.--Improved Double Diamond. What is a Double IMa.'"'
mond Frame? Simply a true truss in every direction for strains that octr"& .
Cycles-the outline of two ,diamonds in its makeup.. The frames are constructed jod
/-inch cold rolled steel rods, the toughest and strongest metal for its weight known,.-..
and the parts are joined together with steel and alumih-um bronze fittings in such a
manner that it is impossible to break or any part to work loose. A marval of novelty,
simplicity and durability, the greatest combination of ingenuity in bicycle mechanic
-to build a frame without brazen joints, and tubing, as you know"'that frames con*
tinually break and fracture at brazen joints, and tubes when they are buckled in can -
not be repaired. We guarantee our Double Diamond Frame for three
Years. You cannot break it. Standard size steering head and wheel basef
ball bearings both ends of head. I '
VIWHEELS.-28-inch front and rear, warranted one-piece wood rims, best quale -
ty piano wire spokes and brass nipples, large barred hubs, fitted with "Arlington' .
.hose pipe, Morgan & Wright quick repair, or some other first-class pneumatic i -
BEARINGS.-Indestructible-ball bearings throughout, with 148 hardened stee'
balls. Crank shaft bearings are fitted with our patent ball cases, which are inter*
locked and support each other and cannot possibly come apart while in use. Are neat
and cover the bearings completely. It has been an acknowledged fact that crank 1%
axle bearings are susceptible of improvement, as threaded cones or crank axles aret
continually crowding or working loose. We save this entire nuisance by having no ,
threaded parts whatever, but a clever device in frame for adjustment. Ourinventido .
is most perfect in simplicity and must be seen to be appreciated. The sprocket ad -
chain are on the inside of the frame and ball bearings. Great value is gained byti Z
Arrangement, ease of running, double wear sa-- -
,om from contract with chain and sprocket, s"'
- lp-a*i ti andlost motion- hence arf-*- -

Representative .55th C
Congressional Distr
of Escambia.
Representative 55th Co
Congressional Distri
ot Orange.

S For

S For
!" .
'. .,. .

commanderr G. A, R.
pregnate and raise th

l East Depar'tnm at
delivered by Departmen Commander P
E. McMurray, at Daytona, Feb-
ruary, 18, '1896.
COMRADES: I bid you welcome, with
soldier's greeting, to the Twelfth Annua
We meet in tV e beautiful and hospitable
city of Daytona, on the banks of the Hali
fax River, amidst those stately, moss
p ees that lend grandeur to this oc-
casion, and-vjW are assembled here
no harsher sounn;s strike ur eir than the
roar of the Atlantic billows a,;_ymadly
roll on in their interminable race after
each other, while our Nted
by the sott breezes w this
beautiful river.
We find here alo Ii ov-
ing people, who, wo extend
tothe old veterans hearty
greeting. As. this" d sec-'

"to a great degme, 'w war,
no bitterness candy 1,ta of :the
people here, andI]wela
right royal welcon every
side, spontaneously utite ed by the good,
people of Dayton ne'"hat willclongbe
cherishedI in the min-d of every comrade

e glow of patriots

. in our minds and hearts to a more emi-
nent degree than the devoting one day in
the year to the proper observance of this
a beautiful memorial day? And we, who
l survive the departed, who have answered
their last "roll call," can rest assured that
e our graves will not be left forgotten byv
Those comrades who survive us, and upon
Sone day in the year, at least, in this busy
orld, memory will recall pleasant
thoughts of the past in which the dead and
Sthe living will intercommune with each
other once more, and the living can rest
assured that a grateful e' mIr.r and future
generation will not soon lfurget the patri-
oti' service rendered our glorious land in
the houof need. I hope tha' Memorial
Day will observed as lon. as our flag
floats over the lof the Fee."
The attendance at the National n
eentp il I Ky., probably
one W ga.rgst and most s ssfuI ever-
held. arid, although the location was souw
of the Ohio1 river, in what wasformer '-.
termed the "Enemy's Country," itis a grat
ifying fact to every comrade that the
pledges made at /Pittsburg by Henry Wat-
terson and others were faithfully carried
to a successful conclusion, with compound
interest added to the principal. The les-
sons of patriotism inculcated, and the gyn -
eral and widespread display of the flag of
our country by the citizens of that place
left a deep impression on the minds of
comrades and visitors that will not soon be
Florida was.well, represented at the en-
campment, and, notwithstanding the ex-
treme heat, the "Land of Flowers" made
a creditable turnout and I desire to return
thanks to the comrades who participated
therein. Tho Senior and Jumior Depart-
ment Commanders were both present and
owing to my own indisposition, caused
by a recent illness, were of much valuable
assistance. While the regular business of
the Encampment terminated at Louisville
thd general celebration came to an end at
Thededicaliou of the Cbicamauga battle
field at Chattanooga was an event long to
be remembered in Tennessee The Blue
and the Gray fraternally commingled, vie--
ing with each other-in deseribhing the dil
ferent positions occupied.by the various
regiments on that historic battlefield.
Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge
were again visited by many ot the old sol-
diers who, participated in those battles.
From Chattanooga the old soldiers took
up the line of march fo Atlanta, not this
time came they "Through Georgia" to con-
tinue their marph'from "Atlanta to the
Sea," but they came in the spirit of broth.

For Governor.
of Hillaborough.

The Sea a Vehicle fotj
Distributiokt ahd Prova
-bIany Uses to Whl
It is Put,



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AL~~t yields on incision' 'a quality of dell. Taqt, who found it wasted flooff their The width of this house including "^ ^^ ^^ -- -C: f
kA X ciono !iqtitid that; when friesh, is 6alle i |81 a&h's 6entu Res bbfrbibtltey knbw df feridg I 0 n tb e in- ,..
rtoddy." This liquid on ferments- | source in the Seychelles Ilaids.-- ltidiiig front fefandd 40 ft. 6 ins, Its : D ISCO ;,.^
?bOANUT tics produces palm wine, a delightful *cago Times-Herald. foundation $ 0 Stone-fi bfiol+, The A
&BLE, drink, as well as a usefaltyeast for the first story, lapboards, the 06o69d. D cov Cry
baker whd is fortunate enough toave t iHOT AIR HEATING. 'story, gable, dormers, roofs and ver- i .....
I tcca SumBeitlaon ody yieldo d --- anda enclosure, shingle: n gThe cellar- thg 8 O
station about twenty-five per cent. of i nar- in oWal rsion Joses. o frs i M9 meaure7ft. 6 seco.d st-ory-Pf.6'o r
tch rack," the true "strong drink" of the of Warming Houses. firstStoryi.9 ft.; second story, 8 ft,
J~. (Copyrighted 1896.) ins., and the Attie; 8 it,- It is finished Kv v^ ^ KL tl^
...- When a man starts out to build a throughout with Ihieezcoat- plaster. -
io nn +use, after having settled the ques" The flooring is of North Carolina pihe |
ore kno t an of location, size, price and gener- H eainh
ut^ pac is ".. the Anstlportaft matter sh; kitchen and bath room, wain- {
acefh~h hat remains to b6 dbcildd i theheted, The laundry is in cellar un- means so much more than
aisd the "ib -. od of heating. The largerpror- ei i 'l afild the kitchen has a -yo imagine-Serious ande i
is tree that -^W^\\ //\\ poftion of dwellings make use of the yuortala ng. ie 1 i^ i --
his Pilgrim- + 3 ,irystem, andi all things considered, a"e fatal diseases result from T,
o eaere is nbhe that is dre eatisfactory; 1.fling ailments neglected.
,bne wrd*f -- itr furnaces .bfie .veiy ,onveiient j 1 o'f lav wi_7 a 'I OsZONIZED '1X MARROW
World, of 9 eans of communicating warmth to 4 R Ji t playwith 'Nature (C.^OHTBY rAJNZBoO=OAO.)'
alditliL they 10 "41 1 e .. g ,-= th Ti :wo',udertul halr owade Is te onl
dwelling of almost any dimensions- i V alth. !. _1y nab
ships." A ^ -its special advantage being that if it V, a bove .It rendOe r sth e a ir
o uses is At arde i !i ingnght g w ab~p t hr e raorsm nr
ous uses is \^^ i i///s *1B properly managed it constantly ,o1--0 Bed R. out of sOrtsweak f m -b andiu'9 0o r. 0" L e Sn 1!t"u t
I-b-r-.i 'land general ax-
^ 1i ^ W N^ hinto the house a large body of e-O ,z":1a n 01 W ^^, ,o- wow arie^
4il B o i =o. Their /lV Io pette r-,-v'lr'tPatiton Is a guarantee Illui
would finl ^s^^^ ^^W freA air, and so contributes most ma- Raveffl,, I .-- ftav no appetite o o.rtl ei .
claim that texily to the ventilation of the build- o p j i M = l begin atct k- *Weof imaons. "I...etatheir name to
areT day iCIO. ingthemos~relia. bpOWa intaebottle. VLk ouaands who have used
are 11 days^^ ing V39.i rc 1-7 a Ong 1116'J qlffey Ozonized u.marowestif toit
of which .^^^^^^^^^ This is effected by a furnace placed ld b strengthenini s i f'^.^t oirlre ot
1d'4 Colum- ji ittie Idwer portion of the house, j FI UA116421, Iron Bit.- d tkeepItw
9s43 f. this whi#t being duly provided with f!ues Bed ?. ,beAw drag-o 4 6 f jc,
i 4t 10 lees cure--betiefit|"yewinclose n s o nt e rlorder, a 'we
oand registrf,; heats and distributes j M 4 r r comes .Ifreo. or o for 1 .
that have |vryOrs dse-if edil no ltt e Adreoo&
that have ,*A, i throwo gh all parts of the establish- i l o IPS tainLour alaaeian. Addresd ,u'
toe prehis. ^^ men t quantity of fresh air in pro- 7 teet, an dit's SLCK
of the Co- f i... portfin to the dimensions and eapac- ., pleasant toN take. TAT ADIONSTS.. CHICAO
I doubtless -. .J ity c0othe Air chamber in which it is
3 group of p* I..^o^" --" place A fundamental point of this, Mention The Advo, _Iu
or the In- *--'- --- syst is the supply of pure air to --cOr^dF *LooP Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver? a
fc difficulty GERMINATIN COCOA. this air chamber, which should be ......-- .... ,
due-to the provided by a duct or air passage The first impression of this house i, Neuralgia, Troubles. n *
fhas made native tribes. By boiling it is con- fo fat side of the house on which if built in the northern part of the TConstipati6fi, Bad Blood O WIVEN AWAY TO INWMV 01
lion of the averted into a tolerable sugar, or jag- the a, is hkely to be the most pure. United States, some people might say Malaria, Nervoes AAiments, $150.00 everymo-th given away t any whwws.
ng n t .3 out W o en s c mplii ts." through us for the most meriktot us p t ,mw n
to Of fact gory, the only 9weeb knbwa to him that, the chimney being on the out- Women's complaints. fh un rtemung.
would seeo F eight gallons of wtoddy yield the Ci, s Bide of the house instead of being run Get only the genuine-itihascrossed red J iW7W.e thebeist)atenateorour entai
oast Indian tia Eig t gallnso td yild the Ci J up through the centre, that the open lilnes on the wrapper. All others are sub- aidd V6I tf Ns offer is to encourage inventorsw
pres-. 91116se two gallons f it elilcods liquid >^ sL j firfinlapd in thea fi~rlof wduld rn oivl stitutes. On receipt of two, 2C. stamps,,, w e d && baryfeffrightie. 11hsmeiiw
.at Idianr ghich they call "perovins ,' a d e otio f *11i.1id ^ replace irl the parlor would not g ve & ill send set of Ten Beautiful World's wish to impregan thm de public the fact that
ath Abitpes- hiU ihap te syrup e6 to speak. S heat; it is idt so. If the house face? '| Fat Vte~W and book--free. MD -T'S THILP,r IAwN t ;
h Afr.hica is a pib orien ;otan speable p :r ohenortther furne shounld ne'about othenorththfunacehouldbMbut-
ds ntheedfulThe shoel h he cocoanut takes the he centre outh pl d ) .T . D'

ts slnheirh possbles Nrsbridngi ntos c ~ropes or plan, drawing principally through the realist 1T /to "thi'- ^ "*^^ tointovent. ,.
Iiseda Serabhighplesespci lrydraw-%Abes chimney shown Tn the foor plan run- IT K ^ BW AS IT SEES._ "
ik in a are pracia ind* esrut i ble f n by nig through the kitchen and the1bed- \ P
Patents takehrough h us -chimnespecil noticeii;
in grace waer. Onf ofethseucablesefourhenesuthe"lNtionaluleor 010-ubit tipstWa-igt

tsgrowth hiee afulvessel. ,te theritb room in second feoor, and if the cold n eTr e .shiA
round--i-ng irdusestirgeinhar t BLOOD BALM. ntrstofent
crow ofi numertousk otheroir'b aidn nor opes, cnr w : i tdhot air iseshowe itery r oom shoul !'edontothd isoalfe fol mi.rltoxe

ga drthery en galle r o h e l u _T S Bn t 0T An, be sufficientlywarm enough to heat r houshrtosth toinvent._o
Its se ndue.r c twbi a l lse umh. ca b oleiibsi n .floa..t Ski diseases. iurnet werees ip n ru,, S lrf wihws o off pe Ha MAnSdhu nd SEEKS.tOM y
lithated h wist and braid this c ber into small e by t the objctions cited against stoves -p 6use s andlevery formhof Blond Disease tromhthe sfcAof thew"analand a descriptiontid ids"of hisc-y ia
at quite a cords that serve in house construction when shdh with thin plats df metal u ichestmplest pimale to thefoulestner. Fifty sattret throughout the United State, a`3ong
u~n~u~ru i th wou~t :ay inin tiiiprotetthes ime This house would cost about $4200 rears' use with unvarying success,, dem-. caloYitaslesnd manufacturers, .ths bringing t.>et
witrout ab yloming r to potect ap wthe m _including the heating apparatus, -flaitcaS ts paramount. heaNC ng, tu? "Nfy- atten alReio r&e"t ofth e.invtnthn. gm,
to / e from eo a hot majority ofwhot mleso e Yorkkyaltog h ny othr knd. buildlog up tgthes. Ohe bottl lcte estn t cnAmerica
airange and mantel-built within 100 nas more euratU ve virtue than a dozen of : Address
Of numerous other co articles, c an frnac now in use. air pipes ev r ro om s ul ad strength B A LMn thep n tors dhige.n freT^e costtegw hfo o wclient s-e
Sfeathery seeninthegalleriesoft he7 V CHETDB ARAhosod frces now e.tAir d c many sections of the country the cost So ,o AmerianUrwtkn rateocs*.
beredfrom a furnace should never ex- J, suficenly warmenougor. Boo of Won. W f618 F Street, N, W.,
i iii teed the temperature indicated by 12nozd ber mclsswe r o labor or66 ae g CuresRh ents eeon Ctpptr- Boxl38t-, Wasigtn, D. C.
mater;iS r heaa e ver y om o lq ies fom t-e....... inner,--d a d eci ptionA , a

,t quite. acdtteen degrees Fahrenheit; wbere the heat Iater-als-are cheapafe f notk oocruise &_-_ ^ef;t! Et. .....
so constr o reaches 10degrees to 1i0 degrees at A Ti1,00foralarge otle. c.eer Fiftoty-
a 3Tisha ol thepoi0teof delivery, the esects are A l htpth ougho' .TrICK. -he and mpdQV vM
ca- tiet, gdnmanufacturesrthti bringing, freig6t

wh undoubtedly relnind oupo A etytr mho h-n au office, in the e, it paLm un Alln a d merits o fte ie io
f^w //^ ^ ^ ^The principle to be attended to in New York Life bAilldiBg.lMl aib party at00rl B0. *Jnfie.tML
ran ,, ean ate bil ihi 0 hsmrocrtierteTanadze f Adrs

"'mieo Y construction of all hot air fCrnaoeao the otheBhjiw te prncipal oer "kin. I bui u
greatest amount, o .frn t wsld .-1e mcany s.to tho lawyer's mind one he crIt-Br oWol618FSt X, W-9
iled quantity m otf furel-itnldidt .pbodt 1ing used ,ld e e when he was a schoolboy ^CAVrfls VW COPYRIGHTS .
'^llh^^ '^ anychagfeTiT^reahia prooary bek a Mane.He alle 1'r awhis ^ ^Nr OBTAIN A PATENT? vor a
It degfees A common f;ult i that Larooiandlthenlayiganickelintha o Ohio Rf2tseSaei^dnoe stopino, fWrkt
-A empty, so that the heated a8r has that aLy. o n the pary who would sweep I is; atli fact w idbaloleadngphsi
dry and stuffy quality of which many it off with the broom. Oneof ocheacon; it ieis out whIch nl t lednga phaJ'tieaiforman conook soentt adeoo
undoalotadnythemnsent free. Aerwhohwasixooffice in the
The principledtoie attendeditoeinNewsYout Lifeteniaipatter| dbic. arty kscientBALM booksAffant le6.

cpeoplenjustily complaint But "with editions was that the broom iust be will cover without the assistance, of a Pa ifethrgh it^Alar +
':'B~y water constantly evaporating in the -,or. Wittewadoeaoeowf ci tienthnnrwe
greatesdgeapoontlofubeatrsjnd berterh what to da Jo tcostawoer's mindvenno he /hi10s 1endm pape

S furnace, with cold air drawn from out- t for theselyes. Mdicie n themseles uewe, eea itrt ,has
an dh poerybakinMin.Heclldfo -wik laretcIrOBTAtIoN ofAPAscENTiFiwor alm

i .'i ^-J.,^ doors, and wtth such an arrangement .can not cure; Nature alone can cure; but world. $3 a year Sample coniestnentre t 'o
i.o of pipes that every room will receive t mediaineh help Nature. Take an fllust--. s ech. E Daverdnubearfft
__'W''sic.W!'- '- ._ ~ [ its diia DEoportion of heat, there is no +l\ ion. Let ussay you have, sick headache-s .(nul plates in colTors, and photographs, os. arew
11 .tH^ ~e i "~"' ; -/ -- o. ccasionally, with dizziniess, sour stomach souses, with plans+ eniabling iuildera to ssWth
s- 1 [ -" Boise?, npr is aiy more economical \i r ^ ^ \ 1 go to a doctor, for every one will tell you it
w-an important consideration. bcm c of h is biliousness, and tiat "what you need is a in -
May l~se-oldes uge ojecion \ n // C/ \, 'ier ill o cean ut he bwel andarose strlictly TlandbaofV[koleft

rives best where we would use. nails, while the to the hwthair system that at, first f h. he ot-nid ler toasct totn. 0n tct fr
lumbers was that the 0 rIn tofs wehol ykou tanedss miany o difaerent u t^\ ^ S ^T tk, x l
where it lengthwise to form an excellent pair themselb's, have these furnaces and secure the liver pills and alseo'some TONIC GENERA L
mature a of scrubbing brushes. The utility of they never tire of recounting their / PELLETS for purifying the bloo and nf a
nuts, each the nut does-not cease here, for the tribulations with themW They say a toninguptheosystem, s" that you willnot InsueranCe es n B0 ih ers,
wion until ripe meat yields, on pressure or heat- that other are certain rooms in their tbe troubled againA x t N-3 wih
om eighty ing in the sun, a fine oil for cooking houses that never get a particle of ^^_....-e dYou can get ooth ofethese media c No. 607 13th Street, h T. W.,
frctheminselvJaes. bodxies -frin tesles p ric e s icloofaycenfcwr th

ilorlumiuain urposesas elasfr et atog te orete unc .-'.///^ ^- "- = (2 cnts) i5yu skyor rugit o W ashingtonl, D. C-.
.the finest the toilet. Nothing obtainable is so that it eats up coal by the ton and [/g/f/L//0 ---,-"') amontfrolT ^^ ivSI^| -
provident more refreshing ueder the blazing makes the rest of the house unbear- [/////|^ .^ - and Pellets. Together tiley cure E~epresent only the best Companies
ad natural ttopid sun than anointing the body able; and often fu impression exists ,cao.t. biliousness and constipatin. u" and place insurance .on al classes of
oit being with clean, sweet cocoanut oilp Large. tha certain pipes and registers will re iv, Ataudealerlpormatfor25o.,,boxleio ,airA rnrth r 1
lrtured to quantities of this ofl are shipped to always be favored, and that. one or tE IMMOVABE NICK^. BBOWN M.FO. CO., New ork. insurable property at from 15 to 20
a floating various countries, where it is used in more (generally the one to the north) per cent lower than local agents. We
Ir held-straight upiand-uheeroinkswept

Sife that makingpharmaeeutic preparations and is bound to go without he1. Such ihthendsolthebro rfon i deal directly with the property owner
ip6 and ihthe manGV fracture, of candles ad people wi1 at once dispute the asset- Oh, I can do that," said a young a snando a a a o and save him the agent's commission.
eight and soaps., tics that each pipe can be made to io n, an shtook athe broo ayng S f|jv |L TAv .e mke a speciatyrof insring +
th thedrw wt ht bI....i^liverto"action.'

ed with a external. *daltres narei hl read- air heater is that the cold air box is he anther, eac p I 1- maied upon application..
or,which ily converted into a system of water very muh too small, The size of thisPYr ito ,,p o h rnte aneisoflherdpilosomotothebstuS before insuriuge fir ratet.
Siteng thwi sebroom would not budge it. l pisE, frov the heart, for heseases ssSolicitors Wantued,
in++ a thin, old and+ past fruiting the whole trunk tTO carpenter and builder, and is of the heNrt.
matureaof scrcubing he s wd o me, utiity of sy ne t yi cl o f aecunti thtn te mkLE h prck, and i rT fro the teistesor diseases a
Rus a che the nut omes-nrd otmceasetherel-fornt mae t sbuati onasnith th em.n They way. tnal atysmoesos th oningitthe. system.so, A trlha"fthe....ourwllnssot- Israc get_dBokr,
tinutlrp ea ils npesueo et h t t 4 r crai y.sntei etruledagi.)

i finally much.used where the trees gow for more hot air can be sent out of the 'No. ome oSries. 9
-ormaV-coner posts nd atr o wlig_. urna ethataneveolar goes ntfteoue oedo odr n ms-.UCL .tyoioec

wa+o aTnd. Th l"eaves usually from twelve to col box, in hof whus apertur aoe fivtatae The.physiological ,f..........n, ed by, a _. /. .,'..^* ,,.i
ace where Jfte+enin number, of which from five square fdet, and the hot air k rck Kna ingleis~rmr aritatae o Th erhY ibrcinea e ir aeieafotIP-s^l? PrBueeb T -t..^
ag oUtandi six-are produced each year-as the pipea ag'regate ten _square ,feet. -^'^'J0" Bhow *tbe + trck ....a + ^ Xsgeoso2ee??^ bl-""^inewecelrtln QS

)red Irom old'ones drop off, are from eigbteenu stands; to reason ttail nat o1 .... ...... a ifdcre..i.1-.irve'crfi,,M.nuimenfnllon'- ser a *
ered holes to twenty feet long, and make Oan ex. the hot ai^ pipes will be starved. An The Chinamnan- an d the Piano. *;ins i^^ i'^^n c'i reN sRsO f^S ^ ?
readily ac- celient thatching for boththe roof and easy test the matter is this: '-Wait "-%.amen14 t"":' l" i """.";, ly -e"p,..
Ther wa 4 hin men -- ha a -nd,-.r .;-.1r -.nt
i,andthe sides of buildings. Before unfolding .untl You ave a hot firesin your fur- di ias a e apo%,r aT ah in.
ocoa palm these leaves areinclosed in a fibrous nacs, aad -hen open all the -registers lah "- a- -;-- t*^,iiam0 n,-A, Er "
lyfringes sheath, which is used as a sieve or and.hold lighted candle before each to a muscalt iw days ago. n The %,,,, nehi'i^. ^,e nrtle
__=.. .. #^ .' ^ .^ +-.^1 . 4literatur.--o.it'bL ;utjee onaieelptof prit..
t remote Strainer, and again for clothing and one .in t rn. If there is a down press agent for the show struck up by o-oadysucpdB
bedig, whil dr dmg a ugh t trough one or more of the quite an accquianfcance with John and wily 4bir, c'O 1BTA' CH EMICAI, Co., 0 13 blt.B~nfbe'bw
bedding,,while the young unfolded draught thIrough one or more ot the V to n., --to the busy man or woman; an
gave him a ticket, so John went. waIf,!into,. 1D. C. +
contains leaf Is, cooked and eaten like cab- registers, ;the furnace, starved for cold + Demorest's Family Magazine pre
I happened to be in the laundry X^^^^^^O^'K^^ff *. pares especially for such persons,
er, afford- bage. -The base of the old leaves is ex- ftir, is .rawing through one of, whole volume of new idescon-
*om the panded until it halt clasps the trunk, thoseiwith the least upward draught when John returned from the enter .* r densed In a small-space, eo thgt the
tained in and the midrib stripped of its lighter in order to discharge it -wb en heated tainment He pcoun s ero han e THE record of Abe wrld' s work
j~otbeenin his ounry vry ong,*HE ODEL 4 for a month may be read in half an
leaftissaueformsantheanadand'drunebleavefiefr hra ab rg eoers. If your hot air andit waste firsttimeJohb ad -" hour. The Conical Type indicates
shovel or paddle, as need may require, furnace failsto give satisfaction, and aen it wa h s time Johu had, e culture, and afaloveso
heard -a+ piano. I won't attempt'to "P RI E music, poetry, and fiction. Aperson
By splitting up this, expanded part an is of a rel able make and in good con- I I a with this type of thumb will thor.
excellent br00m results, or by remov- edition, investigate your 'cold air sup- give the dialect, but this is the way he o.oughly enjoy the literary attractions
L xolln boo eslt, rbyreo- i in ivetgae ou oldar sup gcribed the instrument-to 'his fel. -- 1 geoef a~zie. Te
ing it and sharpening the midrib a ply first of all; then see that each of descunbet han:Sto hs fe' 0 will buy the ODELL4TYPE K 4 stic Type indict a l of
spear or arrow is readily formed. The the hot air pipes is taken only from TYPE Xtan : beautyand art, which will find rare
M, leaves are also made into fans, para- "f which the people could make sing at for the SINGia CASE ODnL;, warranted .ureofroses,16M x 24 inchesreprateo
-sols and beds, anad the sheathes into whi the A man, orp a woman, or evens to do better work than any machine duc le from the ros hiclpaten by
fi nets 'n h feeble girl sits down-in front of the made. be eu toevery. subscriber to
leathers s"*H!8erve as paper when written ^ 8 animal and step on its tail, while st It combines smpmciTY with DU PA e (- Demor6st's Magazine for1895. Th.
upnwt aSapnd'ic o h s'wietet IIYSED AE.O .cost of this superb work of art was
uponwith a sharpened6piece of te the same time hitting its white teetS BITT, SPEED, EASE OB- OPeRATIOn, $150.00; and the reproduction
midrib., Te smaller ribs are con- ...xitt.... with his or her ingers, and then tht wears longer without cost of repairs d ` cannot be distinguished from the
vetdbysltin nonethi original. Besides this, an iefqluisite
cmverted bysspittint g ihw o neaf hair | s anI creatures begin to sing. The singing, than any other machine'. Has no ink oil or water-color picture IIapub
\' ombsWhile th whole leaf makbs an Dining though much louder than a bird, it, ribbon to bother the operator.' It is lished in each number of the Maga
excellent torch, whose resulting ashes -j j ^"Q pen++t listen t15, ThN beasts doen NAT, SUBSTANTIAL,' ni kel-plated, per- < f use zine, and the articles are so pro
yie/l d a' I ioah. i-ithat *j* n turn converts pleasett to listen to.- The beasts doet .SI, bBin n~ickojel-itd e- ) / yield a potash, that in turn converts/ ^ .not bite, nor does it move, although it feet, and adapted "to all kinds of type. i the Magazine-is, in reality, a port
th il-f"h ntinoon f h fnst"w folio of art-works of the hfghesl
S the oil of the nutinto onsetof the finest I, I was not tied uu during the whole even. writing. Like a printing press,-/it order. The PhilosophicTyIeis the
I -of soaps. i]e n n b i 6x( | \, f ing. "-Louisville (KY" Commercial, produces ,sharp, dean, legible manu- ofthumbi of the thinker and Inventoit
Vy"In the collections in the botanical 1,,> oit8 wo rtepnpsPT f of ideas, -who will. be deeply inter-
"^ depament oh Field Mseum my i Parlor S scripts. Two or ten copies can be, X tested in those developed monthly
department of the Field Museum may Useful fRats. made at.one writing. Any intelligent in Demorest's Magazine, in every
-b"on wns oe.mtcltIipro a eoea one of its numerous departments,
s,Ratrushind susmohrlu -ats have been. found very useful person can become an operator in two fhich-tov&-thentre artistic An@
rusbusesad.aios teru"l scientific field, chronic ever)
1n;icourse -zattonsoth'oeb fiber as well V: A ri8 i ton mills where the raw cotton da ble y .-1 ani Sesent
In~curs +ztios o th 'ccoafibe, a + ell' n~Cw;N-. fact, fancy, and fad-cf the day.
.his water as many of 'the nts in section ,' has been imperfectly ginned. Jn a eliable Agents and Salesmen want- Demorest's is simply a perfect
iswater as many o te nuts Special inducements to Dealers. Family Magazne and was lag
le consis- showing the various useful port-ons of S + Spanish cotton mill the storeroota wal ed. Special induemeTs to a + ai Ma crowned Queen of the Mowa lnea.
deposits the fruit, together with other kindred- 1' ^ invaded by swarms of rats, who pulled For Pamphlet.giving Indorsements "Sendrin your subscription;eitwill
a thick palm nuts that yield oils'and products it rLo the bales to pieces to get at the seeds etc., address cost onl $2.00, and you will have
letintecotn'ell-i hewr W. JzN~iNos DEXOREsT, Publisher,
relatively of somewhat les, extended use. Among left n the cotton. They did the work V Yo,
ring con- these -the- most curious are the the c own of the furnace; that ea ch thoroughly, wPtho ut5 Enurin g the fibr ---'" T og no t a fashion aS rzneeet,
d of the- quadrangu ar coooanuts.of the South pipe has a distinct pitrh,(the greater in any way. 158-364 Doerborn $, CHICAGO, ILL perfect fashionpagges,anl itsarticles
id that of Sea Islends3 andtlhe great coco de mer, the'better) and finally it may be well -*----Ta-- le Ieafly.nde of superlative interest to toIO
Even the or sea cocoanut, of the -Indian' Ocean, to cover~the pipes with asbestos in or- tiesTles a. hubbhcidcae istapossessing the Feminine Type ol
etects in' the latter being the largest tree frmit 1 der to prevent them from losing heat The tallest man in Maine is W. H-. T which Indiaess In n<
n oppor- known,' often weighing over fifty by radiation. If you have a good fur- Kelley, of Phillips. He is six feet ten smooth, rounded tip, thornstraltl
kick will pounds. In-shape this sea cocoanut face to begin with, do not give up un- inches tall,, and of symmetrical build gentler sex, everyone ofbwhom should b g essntiallyratBrot th
e should much resembles a 'twin -growth, and ftil you have mastered theproblem:and weighing more than 200 pounds. Ha o emorest's Magazine. Itywou are unacquainted wil
Pro pt03S Its m e rits, send for a specim en cow y f r ,) M W
break it, its peculiar form, as well as its great obtained the results vou should ob- rides a bicycle, which he had to have ,d. Labels rek.;d. 11 admit that aeingthese TH B8 haW
the shell size, give rise to many varied and sa- tain. made expres.ly for his own use, be, s yecuredor notfrueeofb cene. Ourtffenordue you'"1.thewayofelg e bfindin1nha!
ra ..-n.^a n ioe u aedornto is Ffeha everyreeth. itgo te wy o ng L9 satisfy b y: W1111111 1
nerstitious llends namonwcyt-he.... -ona.is Thte coraranvio-' rl1ri is for a cause of the ]ength of his legs. HQ ii tntl~pa tV11tt1.9lw- 6 .. orneva AtIM~o2. ef" igini ever-igt~sylely q

h: _hdeman-d for European soldiers
,is oreasinge emialetion to the United
:" Sates. ",
The Atlanta Constitution thinks that
theb lpient year-is- likely to produce
.-,.tjhe biggest crop of monuments on
The French courts have arrested
and fined a race-course bookmaker,
and the fraternity is seriously con-
corned about the, future of their in-
"dustry. _
It is in vain to suppose that the
poor should adopt better methods of
Choosing and preparing their food till
they are furnished with better imple-
ment and utensils for cooking, wrote
Couni Bauford.
SA4rhurumphreys. manager pf ono
'of thfgreat London publishing houses,
,when asked the other day what sub-
jeots were of general and lasting inter-
Ost to readers of bobkt,' -replied&'
I "Sport, tookery, ghosts,- gardening,
Battle, murder an" Platonic 4friend,6

One of the-notable advances of the
la quartet century, remarks the Ohi|-
o.dgo. TimeS-Herald, has been -the
raditl emancipation of the higher
-IaeseB of' journeymen tradesmen,
.'railway employees ete., from the curse
OMtfiutneliness. It has come about
0.sirently as to be hardly noticeable
-to many, but the change has been very
real'and very important.
The New York Tribune notes that
r improvement i popular in New
JeFet, 06neotioat- and Massaohd-
zdtman WiAks there 4s ho reason
-why it should not be popular in New
York, if it could get a chance to be.
In .some oases a' public undertaking
cannot demonstrate its utility except
upon. a:large scale and after it has
reaheli completion. This is not true
of :highway improvement, A short
stripI o -good road is a convincing
argument-to all who traverse it, and
*h&a& small expenditure makes advo-
catesfot obobjectors.,,* This has been
th*r i'verialI experience,' in other
S ttates-and'the rule would work in
New, York as well as it works else-
Where. '-"A little more courage on the
part -of legislators apers :to be all
that is nioessary.
i Borne-he1 profesiorfl of Yale are
Condootinjg n series of experiments,
showing -that hallucinations can be
lproduced at will in the minds of most
people and that they may be made to
mee,.h4er, aste, smell an feel 'thing&
-'. fch. are withoiat any basis in reality,
oboerves the'New York Tribune. It
is;.doubtlulifta soieuce: ---o-kort has dny p,perpleinsh
'^ S0p;.Q ? 'lp.ce in suc
,'., .i 't o.."a 9ej~snfl e~fl.able agat,0f learning,

%^ .ruente.l. e~v oannofc

OP the 980 or mc
palms) thb 0oOoahi
at once the most g
most picturesque
most useful, It is tb thi
Purohas qualhiny refers in b
4g6, when he says: "But
admiration is the coque tree
most profitable tree in thi
which in the Island of Me
make and futnish wholb
furtheyt idleh bfoits number(
hinted at in the oriental sa
,'The attributes of the coco
.a volume.'" The Ceylonese
it has as many uses as there
,the year, in substantiation
they exhibited at the Worl
bian Exposition just 365 us
wonderful palm,
With many other plants
been cultivated by man -sin
torio times the exact origin
roa is not known though 11
came originally from some
islands either in the Pacific
dian Ocean. The greatest
in locating its first home is
wonderful provision nature
in its fruits for the distribu
species. The preponderant
and ancient historical data v
to point, however, to "an E
rather than a Pacific source
ence on the east coast of So
ica, on the coast and isW
Gulf of Mexico and the Carl
Sld on the west coast of
known to be due to recent
tion by civilized mien.
The cocoanut palm varied
from fifty to 100 feet. I
trunk is never rigidly erect,
of the royal palm, but leans
fal curve, ascending in it
Its fohaged summit is a
drooping and ever wavinE
leaves, always grandly p-
Although the tree is now *tl
all tropical countries) often




" t.r ^^^ '6 -T- distance from the sea., it th:
,htm. ,..i. oFwt rt. ake and produces the greatest i
h1il~ot ... Orlt,adpr fine fruits near the beach,
hapsdtiinishsomewhapt' the. self-doa. requiress but six weeks to
fldenee, whioh hass oustomarily been crop of from five to ten -
the badge and '6rown-ing feather of tree continuing this produce
their la. ,-,KWhat amuleb ,ia to' be -its annual yield aggregates fro
to 100 fruits.
given -them that they may distinguish nTh o f r enso o
bet"' J& realitie i'ahtcl'nreshtiesi when 'Texat of nts o-O1
both make the same 'appeal to their measures for seed sowing ai
peroepbtions. i" Prsfessor Scripture, of distribution of seedi the ta
'the psyoholboi6oab'0or~it.ory, their in. carefully anmd buIcessfully nu
t.. ..t in .i -ore.d th ati may become s
-t uotorf may know,. bUt vehicle for, the germ of a new
^sses ordinary c6gition, Perhaps it contains. The nut, Wh6n
"^ '0o, is a. hallui0nation, and the ready-to fall froni its lofty h
tales, of ",his experiments are Mo.on- tk011 'hto the sea, has a ban
t: hiet0~ te;ke helj,,inolosing considerable
S phine though they are -, got forthwith oa and tho Iemene s of- growa l
riousness andncircumstance. .If he former a thick white albuu
be real and they be true we are likely .mea ..This nut is-surrounde
to hear+presently that a chair of, hy i-* sns of lightly meshedfibe
"notism has been instituted in the erth- -still iturther augments its bI
-and the'whol0 is invested i
odox an d conservative O1d university, 'w iteijnroof shin 'whih;, ,n.
and that he has been ma.de its oecu.- fruit to float about in the our
pant. ... e an indef'nite period, until it
+ ,. e cast "up on some far off isle
9 The English are',frequently accused land and, rolled inward by:,
of exhibting a want Of fairness.' There wiind n findsI a final resting pla
could !Mot be a better mluifal.rft1io of It Waygemiat by throwingr
*i,, *i* ..XT' v *. T J pward & single.-eaf and rocl
thie trait, the N 0w ',ork ,Journal one of the tlii-'black-stoppo
thinks, than is.afforid] by. iheIa- ; in ,its slallar trod. This re
fjaon Time&" atlas for 1895. hi't 0uoutjts for its Wa&Wistributid
O n M ft s i s s f o r 8 9 6 N l u x u r ~ t l o e ba v ig o r o f t h e c o
said ."o be theliektatlai of ",+end is e tleldaat~s ojt :oidfgrolpth that tmom~teristica]l
nexisteneo-p, 116tohe -latest date in even ... ,_.. "=- an m
al lrepeots. +'I iWs1i *intesti nga, Atherje-' coral islet in *h tropic seas.
fore, to ekamrin, its map 6f theArctio Each nut, w.en green,
Crole, it which the points reached by about a quar vicious wat
Ing o, ,lpot out fri
put down with aRcurcy. IThis map'
-pts the. English exp-dition ofd'eau-
.-... mont thirty-three-miles further Noith-
.that.t actually, gotUo. -A nolte on the
m.!states that Athis was- thie6 highs
norlthinig# up' to' 1816.' The :tef eTeace,
-' iSa:to Markham, another. Engali-h.,ex-
plorer,. to whose'name the date 1876,-
is appended. Thdis it JS madeto ap. \
pear that Markham's was Uth6 highest.
,,north. Loekwood is puft ddwn without j
.BMentiOn Of the fact that 'he was an Amer- \
ica%,and without acknowledgment of
the trfling. circumstiuce lthat` his +i .
northing, -unequaileJ up to date, S-
|was considerably beyonds Markham's. -"----"S
=|-Iookwoed, it'.tDf.retam rdwas +, ,, :^
lmember'of Girele3's party, and was o 0COANUT va SK.;
__san northward :with. sledges from the drier tropic countries.: I
.reeley'S Jast camp. It'was he who--of tima, as the fruit ripens, t
discovered laud to the nqrth-of Green-, beoomesain most part of th
land -.the. ultimate Arctic-achievement; ..,tence of crea m,+ .and finally
.^ ...... .K within the great embryo sack
up to the present- time, unless the "
*........ ,+, layer of 'meat" in which the r
xansen discovery is true. The Times', tiny embryo lies. This coat
map is titended to deeieve.' Juat now stitutes almost the entire foo
tho-Hydrogrphio Olice of'the United natives of many countries,. an
the-,Hydiog their dom estimated a nim als .
States Navy is preparing a huge chart + o .... .
of .h ""* w i 1. .d Sl i nny, fearsome dog that de
Sof the ArotiCnole, which is de~inged .hisevery approach to man. a
--to shew tin routes taken by all expe- ttunity to receive a cuff or .a
t' ditions, up1 to now. These comprise rnish frantically.-o your sid
seventy46Sir traom of expeditions, in- you pick up a coconut and b
+ 0liag sled'e.laoks :and fortnight hinpoormeal withinI








'TheAtlant-Jo.n.alBas-that a syn- 0_0 1 IAUJAL Mr. Hardtack-Well, what we want "alwy feel sti t o," s e,
^ ^,Truth loves to be looked in thie face. O is a uightwgutchman' ,hatoll" watch.
iaeoNoYokcptlssaePLUEASANT LITERALTURE FOR A sunbeam in the heart is bound AlPPC ) NTRS EAIE ert aoso nd iton othburgars, gae," sai the slgt isl f ello oigoto icnoaerpy i'
aBout to purchase the grounds of Pied- FEMININE READERSs light the face. TO FARM., AND GARDEN. 8 omebody that can Bleep with ole e e on wherestaurand o We ht beent s u a n im med ite n(
`etoet Park, Atlanta, on which the Ex-- One who boasts of his hoonesty will onen brothers opeey 3 not hafrad t f
position was held. It adds that New nEi's AN ODD oAnINa. bear watching. 8.^ I__. '_aliib M In," replied his friend, who Jad been. Ing to change its name a
York capitalists already hold large One of the most curious professions Fine sense isY not half so useful as u at (tretmulously)-Ithe Pc -Yonke State coal-has-bsen.o"--Wnshingto
interests in Atlanta, and thus New followed by a woman is that of Miss common sense. r Where there ire two persons about (awe auously)--I ge.' en an.
York caital is destined to out a large Fannie Vilkins, who prepares anatomi- A covetous rich mani may be said to work oc the senthe rack the Nobomost o frind are go ing too
gure ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r wor ohe buslie metrpoli the raof thattshat anadpcmnUoes~frnhwrmdelfez bfr h ie iue ilpleeceigyc n-qe"Si 19 Miss Wmosar origtinoalge o- oity a-N n,
gueorin. thes bstlingmentrpls, c ofmtuents soleges Sh oe l oilsrats medical He that wants the earth will be sure venient. When there-is but one pair woman I ever knew."1 .'How t~i that-?" sidered a brahI oreTt wmni ertscev
the New York Tribune, are especially books for the publishers, to get it when he dies. : doesn't talk."-Life. seein eriment etrtri? was misunderstand. They ttrh
Interesting, in view of. the foct that Miss-Elkins's studio-for the work A boy all his life- is the object of Jl CommerciS ?ell secrets.Philadelphia
requires more than ordinary artistic, some one's suspicions. C mMOTOiMAN'S IF c
!ihile the Fair was in progress last fall, skill--is situated on Fourteenth street. There ismnothing in mourning a loss A rolto -O T imAYS m LIF, P E
everybody in Atlanta was predicting She has been situated there for seven that cannot be restored. FUL OF BARDSHIPS, EXPOSURE AND -
;that Chicago capital was soon to come years, making her physiological draw- Many a supposed giant has turned ,,,. CONSOTANT DANOGER.
'to Atlanta and revolutionize things, ings and charts. She was formerly a out to be only a shadow. haThe Great Strain on a to n W 'Nerves Snff-
1"tahro cec nPcadIi ohf crent, trIn Islton Wrc. HIM'an'sre auf-,
and New York was denounced as slow teo~ f6inei akr t- Love never has to be watched to see of-hands to do- Wie work, a *.beelbar. l- twek-l"naMBH B 8 B WSiw^
because itfie d tor apprenounte its sop.t ute, ec~in fBrooklyn.cec inshe akrwas Alwaysnti thatL vit doesneehonestha twork.bewthdt e row wheel couid readily be Oi'ttd to Short Tille-The" Ex.perience
because failed to appreciate its op- l interested in physiology, one end, when a *convenient garden ra MWell-Known Motorman. I
portunity. Chicago money, however, and so remarkable was her skill in Arguments are like bones with dogs. "wheelbarrow would result. The frame Prom the Oincinnati, Ohio,S nquirer..
is still far from conspicuous down making the somewhat grewsome They st men tgether by the ears. should be made eightt but strong, and The life of a moto'rmau is not bed of Mrs. Anuie T. Rlsley, of N.
there, but it should be added in fair sketches for physiological classes that One pound of learning requires ten the legs braced'*ithsmall iron braces. roses He Is subjeoted tomany hardships, es- Bouth 50th St., Philadelphia
she was finally commissioned by cer- pounds of common sense to apply it. peclally in the winter, whenr'he is exposed to wifeofa prominent real esta
thtthe Chicago apor wote up tain physicians to make a large chart Somehow people always applaud, MENDING fASTVRE TIJ0.S, the command snot e ven int r the ammer whih mvesinhihsr
uh, l ];. in flus style, to illustrate a lecture. From this be- singing, whether it is deserved or not. Mending pastke fences is often f beats down upon hiu. Considerable nerve Bhe isalsoa mem~orofthoI
ginning her work grew. It is easier to be brave in time of prominent element in the regular inn teaiar Chh Mr.atey
Now ase visits hospitals with camera anger than patient under suffering. summer work ofithe farm. The boards good motorman, for the lives- 'and
Ar appearance@ Were Deceiving. a.n. note bookhenevr operations Do good for your, own satisfaction, used in pasture fencing are usually of oe are a se I we ro.' fo r the
4'We, don't seem to have any N'o. 13 istobpefred.anShema r receive and have no care of what may follow. a-cheap quality,, and eithrdea rap lib of his0 passnger areS ate .>stake.'
aveany o 13medal and diploma from the World's annnv ocr Iwa;mylloa ha uhyn ihrdcyrp One of the b.st known electric motorman in o e
S dollars said the haberdasher, after "Peoapholorer work An ass covered with gold is more re- idly or warp and twist out of shape, (hin c ity is Wlliam Frazer, whoisat present ; 01: 5 a Irarlyumuer
colors and models patoloica Spew aete tenann a os"iha'aks running a car on the Cumminsillle electric- )ith a bete nesadn f h .
otokwearingthroughshiSStckhPeopleare colors and am els path ial pected than a horse with a pack-sad- to free the" ed of the boards from line. He is not' only well known'to his fel- traubetture of the aphs-oa..pe
"I....nk. no, stiflyanwerd. done mainly in France. Better than he who wipes away a the posts is but" o temporize. They lonwhtsmopar.! r.Faseru t the pepl whoun ran labt orts--gentlefot-pehnefrs- aigiom yosah
young ma:n ontheutyasiderof the In spite of her peculiar and grow- tear is he who, prevents it from start- will soon be off again. A much better twenty-six years of agand residesewith bs, rightly dire(td hr scmoti ithdal a elta
not. "I ay have a nittle necko but I eomecallyig Miss Elnsh isb herself a ing. way to mend such breaks is by using wife and hild at 144 Betts Street, Cinlnaaati, the knowledge that so many forms of leaving me. My complcxon
ter. "Ia mayw hav ah littleyin ne kOu About a year ago Mr. Fra zer was t en sickness are. n td e o an c u ldi. ...i da d e l1", ,a ."
manot a clam .t very womanly woman. She is, aogut- He that speaks me fair and loves me the plan shown in the accompanying with s e ariu soach troubl~eas. H aen 4uteas ae, bu t du oay culdis hrvJadrellk
,,a noi a ciam. thirty-eight years old, with brown not, I'l speak him fair and tr,, st him illustration. St" galvanized wire is ewith erioua stomaoh troubles. He o bought ease, but of mply to a eonstipated rendi- r .....
He stood at the top of the steps, hair touhed wit gray, fra-blu eye not' s " lusr aon S. savtie iei several kinds of medicine which were roe- tion of the system, which the pleasant woi--wi ] n ,
He stod, a theln of t st i tepr hair touched with gray, gray-bluer eyes no. ommended to him, but none of them seemed family laxative, Syrup of Fis, prompt- psnt a., t a revenat
he Btld, in telling about it afterwards; and a nervous but pleasant manner to ThatIs why ite the only physically regenerated beAnr
Nund I mustered up enough courige to Her studio, which she prefers to call o oa er scontrest -fstimo nie s jud- thuslatto admirer of, that famous remedy remedy'with millions of fcrfitiea, andis tinned), MBB. A, BSLB-
m.ay: 'You know, this is leap year?' her workshop, is free hom the artistic one-o une suesu testmones ot u known as Dr. Williams'. Pinke Fill for Pal estee
'Yes. What then?" "Then he leaped embellishments of the ordinary studio. ; i -; People told him to try' the. Frazer was ho value gwer hesteed so by all ""
almos valueaod good health thes benvice. To,-iotbcnabx.h t
"' n Ib an't seenhlm snce." bicng7 To, familieB With baies and families _, a reportderof egud, buttothe aidvae.fects are no to tthincbuoinrNo ldy
^^- .at ^_ "... ^ ..' -*''"''"'' ....... ___ *- without babies are so sorry for each- W .a reporter "I can roosterteer~yrem~dgqi he saiyrmed: Dr. W1Ul- onee etremedyar which t hpromotesatht internal BMth U>aatiC rUJ. 11~", ona Sr t
-other.-- lams' Pink Pills. 'They are all that- is cleanliness, vithou debilitating the ,..
Pery Patettic (in tho road)-W'y O PANS. claimed for them; in fact they advertise organs on wi
On't yougso in? 'De. dog's all right.. The fan again becomes a necessity ,sThere is Osilv one sure cure Ior ft .Ihemiselves bte n fai t any m edicine Irever' all important, eto gt is tereo [ _
*tbin't you go in? p oy eerita., p t is g t saw. I was'seized some timoe ago with a bad ficial effects, ko eny p"
"Waywn't Watou see them g ate)--hi s ta ll? in pac of amm l wik eso many oherit Ssp ., attack oflIndigestion. My stomach hurt me chase, that youh( h eun ril, %-) -
,' ha'twrnWatsn' (at the gae- Ys Arl godtin% s tHam Lie Wso manye other sl eep. hetitelcsepai -' nearly all the timoand I could not 'digest my I which is manufcue yteaiona
tan' Th' pgrowlnn was thm saneara nd Fig Syrup Co. o... .
.don't know Which end to believe.-Cin- fan from the Orient. .Despite our their thoughts in the simplest lan- .I/^ <^^ found nothing that would give me relief. I utable druggist r
'lnnafi Enquirer, progress, we have :never "yet equaled guage. "- =_-I nkpateIhbOgtonfldt iff in the enjoyment of good health, and all ki of vege
rer.~ therth artisem and reg lar the laxa- ofo that far Earges yiik PlsIha nt m c o ll nt er u ,t e
th atian ad rtst o te arEat We admire a, mean man who gets "efficacy because I had tried so many things
.Tei'e's only one girl in the world foz in making these little articles of com- outrof town and does not try "to live without success that I was almost discour- ties or othersremedteteieasnedn ntened.
me, fort and of relief.hadtaken oe bo was de- If afflicted with any actual disease, one Ihest quality are prod
Ts the song he was oft heard to holler; cdedly better. Two boxes cured me entire- may be comm
Ani, come to find out, the one he adored learned more than the rudiments, of Many people have so much business -'--------.---SW ly. While have been under the weather physicians, but if indeed of a laxative, the liberal use ot
... .. -fan. "In '. from other causes My it n the on hu h, the best, andwith containing at least::AO
Wanse tompted out, tH onen e arre fan.sI those od c Ouw u, ohand that they never, accomplish returned If otevero t q hat o

wem^ i ~ la~f~wy~eansnnwecednl ha;I reut urne d Ifitverh oulh" 1 "st wht the well-info:ihutthlbra .s
5 a l afid strong fan for the onl. .i ^^-^ ^^ to dol toaesmhifno h

o..o ^H.. c mm.gn "s ar lghet fans ..... "eur --- --- Figs^ stnd higes and iind most-]'^..KK a rgely, veeals ul
-Yonkers Statesman. -- -A y-Ia toe g onri M. se e t he wel-nore confwiere, IS t u o mts
h g~o~hild, one ) I flncy of Pink Pills that, if I ever get! isd i s tndsed,i~gvs~teeas~sat~.
he p.o Sentimaent costsfor in dan ab o sick again with any disorder I sha I use some use audS,
for the youth and nre r o proeany other s fo oi llae "oai n^ S c e.a.... of Ih0m. It is'a p measure for Me I assure
Tin busy man may he tempted by one devil, as toh men ah e ,ing in
fans to suit every purse, from that 0f~a Pink' Pil.hy': n on h
orye~arsDobinsetrle apssnthe- pauper to. that of the prince.r A ayenanco an 4no e ei ly, *a Is i thhs but Pilate T hey ow elsond the c t. -o,- to the le s
r-r 8 D Elecoric soap time been p ed who material Io use in making repairs oa e mtad rseat efthora.6and ayt ....

^^fe^ ^ ya~~~~~~~~t^^^~a of mil eauscular." ......t Th Enasts ass Loden saome Journs, itrog 1Se hc upr ^ NwYr ^^ S~ rietyyal OD AHNR EARD ^ n
imitated by unscruputlous soap mak~ers.., Why? residence in either Japan, China pr answer, but you ,,. "

M~l~ ^ ^a tqet f te fa whc recg suc bor foiteh vleo vry rb ne.es._ 'Secr heo r. Frazer dtetioaln means, Something.^ ^v BADeYS,
Because it ti best of.Ar, p awl, has an immeniie Korea is a liberal education in fan- will only sparea, thd tothe0 0ei-fee risst s\th sible.V. tonilGT means sroits, ing.i
8 1.he ape,%ks from personal experioioernd any A Miqillg
iotle. Yourer hisOI 9o w an Ota i i n traft. ano West. v e don and is it one who doubtsthat he received the benefits g egtbs of qulit
.Ther. w ay grea ofcal whiorequirde on lip ...d and -e bind r it i'"tarted.can ily verify the assertion bylcall- 11 Mc e E
otinr. Your grocer l~s it, or will git. The street gea farn whithe tereuires; santo ay be .indled into the ends ofg'sth IngonMr. Frazeor seeing hri some time' |I S aWicll,

Mr Wiso' aoothong Syumoc~l~ri d a n orft an abeodd wourn, an- ex Iarain ci~vesiety. I.i co'mmmandmwed the betesttd pnc~o~9u~u rKS r-B MW^" "^^ <*"^ "*J^'1""1" "1*
We do not always have the most reason for in Ja pan I b interested in a er shown, makiug while he is on his ear.
virowing when we areysorrowing most. to wield them, and still larger, is the "The property owners of a'village Dr.d h i iaai- B Ou r th'a
"J e0eent Simpsar toagive W.e Va., dn By, inu lannet Even ore 0he willt ic oTe fgound a nd o otahe bt a nd :-o \.
Hall' Catarrh Cure cured me of a very bad is suspended from the ceiling over ment than inl the- maintenance of a Is es wire mai &Is' be-feciveess They alod an rers, terd In uf ult fr i7a
cae bof tiarrh." sruggletseedit, 75o. the tableorthebed,and pulled like well-organized ImprovementSoiey," i e ls the l res eyo enr if SUPLIE t 1z Iro nt 50
It .'stofen dfreeculD. Kto convice great swing by a cord' in the hands writes Joh w Gilmer Speed in e so the centslea box,t or six boxes forr r$2., ande may I AND 1 l y H,1 Jj u WO,
-tRERSTR. stopfpsafre e b fD.ri stdayluE. TO famuscular servant. The East has Ladies' Home Journal. "Through sta"es "hc su r M--Newor 7011"o 1l drgitrrcl ymi OLD MACINEYRPIE
Nu pure s. iT re, antil dbt- p Tribune. ae from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company,'t Write ben over f 2 c hv su
rlroe.Dr.es Treat, i3se and St, trial, Pao. am etiquette ofthe fan which recg-- such a society the value of everypiece r
nize attitude, angles, movements and' of property ina village, and the neigh- Har w e-Tynel s on r ^ahn ^a if'- a .a.9
noses. There is a wa of handling it borhood thereof, may bewenhanced in THE roots. BE'- l RS
After six years, sufafserieng war Auree bton Gooe Dog is Worth'bc ook0ng After.
io r-MARY 1OSO, 29 Ohio -presenoe of friends, another value; villagence ad be mall to w o n as '6e, re- in writ in- wor a n the lest Rem
,Ave.,'Allegheny' Pa., lMarch D, 184. way before, official superiors,- a third take, on new interests And, now digni- wrie" bed alleviate or ed. Ifvy ado and thim nthlure
B- in the street, a fourth in the theatre ties; stagnation. may b6 kindled into The ground in-enoy I e ill, a nd h understand. ohim' suflt- a 9 h
Mrs. evenslow's Soothing Syrup forchlgre ob and a fifth in a church. an exhilaratingactiity. Itorgbe- ans om plas is t dog doct r book written by H. Clayr ,- Glove r----,. .. -

redething^ ^^^ soften theain gums orrselves Butla wea auecnan hcnt n whihaet ml.ado p1tis wh0 S S^ a ^^^ t) ^ ^ ^ A ^^^
teethind sorn s theu. pedacs r at- Iwas, amused to learn in Japan that ple b horse Interested in a Villagre Im- use fertilizers on'rtis So account D. t, os., specialist in canie diseases to the
tin la s p i %cre ind colic. 25c. a bottles a -pi~ lk n e lbs %11frih ti n
adyoung man oould express hialove pravement Soll ety An d they will soon the avse bot of tese, that mar "t, el pri nceip a kennel clubd will furnish thisy tn be o" i

besb ok ain rl with srfe, b shis. f, either fd uded tondiscuss, wit n and policies the manure. There is'& o way oflsettolg illustratedf book and weil, /oe -0ent post-n
with a feI sboald not hie ..a, au- of begin to -" plans an --p-a paid bysthelBook Publishing House, .184 Leon-
y I ungwomn culdretrn r rjec wit agraifyng aletnes.,Thedthsetpant thw iYquckkndCirey, ont receYokiCtyonoe cip0of,40nent
o i -Soit- in the same manner. Even the i hil- will discuss t ow best to secure a pub- This is to firs t fit the ground snd In restage stamps.
a r t d t edren are adepts in fan science. Japsan- lie library; they' will talk ever the oevelit smoothly, t ihe ot bhe .. B
ese children use 'ans to keep paper ways and means of getting running rows three feet apart. Then with a A PrTnoess Who I4ly'Sixboter.
.l hi lo i mue.ni dread- upon .dainty little shuttlecocks. fire department ; they will study drain- to one side, then spread the root-- height being over 0 feet 2 iniche h'
e_1o 'hen Orietan or eai .d. Thiey whirt the m oon is less tnano nther kin of th1pan Bar T ey uad r A i t h Houshop tftc-iag a s it

the. oelbyathe fabricse oforh Eags. Fpon thesundesthions aseyondlrote with en- rotekns gen th o depth thynee eacnide hof eventually becam Skience of ao n Rern and Me aiisoe ansr oft Pr.Aevectingesu .
fiA fro eHhaustj ingay~o ithsupyweareo tire' intllien, an- -vlnd the wilgow rk t ,s do .mne er quiai acky. diayond Swdnapolarge alayamns reist scits Exlnain ofBtnha rciche,' t nrwil aleuatte Spitor cuinr e.Rm
.* .-- ^s^ ^M ~tyes tencasesl Thsufc he parn wex-fllowh s they thae horeapwr, nd wh pat they plnsibeingc or t mtwsees orlantsThez hectln lan helped her hsa ndu $4o0ut os ewEi ion eie n nagdwt opeeIdx ihti o

efirfiercean sre.Th oco aust-ko er ittles of birds wonderful wioh aoth hosevete mlow .Tewier oatteranhensupply the feaera st.llate varieties --^^tehos hr sn xue o o nwn htw~oi neegny

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W.I l i fishes, landscapes, forests and mount- adds that after about one hundred ties wit t f pl a 'ia l i io m b vutt^ H ri ktann fut I p p "" a w Pke up in wa- t yo n this vll~lum ONLY 60 nrdNS POS t-PAID. sead 'ti
ains. He may embr-oider it in silk shots the cannon is put out of service, thus secure fruit. In pr rng plants vrfound, and was picked up In Bra- frti aubeylm.OL 0CNSPS-AD edp
built me-tp and restored my health so floss until one would swear that it was and its total active life is therefore this.distinction is to e" sidered. god a weinegd 3 n00 carat, nor o poste
that,. although the doctor said I would a creation of the taxidermist and not only one second 1, In large modern The plants should set eigi teen inches abound t weghed 3,00,carats, or BOOK PUBLISH11KS HOUSE, 134 Leonard Street, Na Y. si
not b0 able to work hard, I have since of needlecraft, or he will tint it in cannon the-horse power runs as high apart in the rows, tha r*imers made aboutfl tce kis uch as th e di est covre .^^^^^^^^^^^^.'Vb^^^
done thework -for, 26people. Hood's Bar- wat rpXi cover jit with applique, as. twenaty-four miliio4,_ Ifthwir duiI the swrritenrei hees~eftekn htet isoeeS A
saprtla urd m hsbad of.th bols work, and pye4e dravi out threads here had ca tried out thes clutinsil spaces to fill up the row, evIogteWti abSou t tAv e afeitndsoey
Msand we sregard it a w odlerful aimrmedicino,'Ka U- ad. ..teedmketinto. a dai 'ty -further, he would have found that, plants nine. inches apart -f only one aotfemonths ago, It lost nineteen ,
.: ... and filmy piece of lice. afe lti 40000hrepwrrunner is routed, and -the others cut grme.1is egt vdently, by(\
^ :^Off^^ ^ a ^ as ^s 8^S HI ^ S, the evpoato of waercntle
and -royal fans'wn u t 10 w Pearline. -Twould be absurI
and ryal ans orn p to1860]n eergy, as it would be just efficient give the strongest plants. tbuths1sasnoceedIt
Japan, and also inKorea. These were to run thirty-one incandescent lamps To have strawberries in perfection crystallinefo naypr isnt necessary. Pearline contains p
made of metal, in order to be Appro. for only one day. a new plantation should be made every sembling that of the artifciathat's needed
: ... rint tothe ilitry carater f th "year in tho spring. It is osbet formed by the cry stallization of car-
Sarsaparilla wearer. They were. made of copper, A Novel Door Bell. save one or two ofr goodtogowithit. And Pearline isso
w p brass, bronze, steel, silver and even A door bell for deaf mutes is the in- made after the fruit has been garb- b. I b
IS the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1 gold. One typea used by the great veto fada ue hr sered for the new p lanting But- it is l etrta opta thstewr l
tarior oaytooiate. n athee ed which be stwaytoroot t ohe s wi thusclen s a beore simpl s oawmb ing Come Froe.y .
Hood's Pills take. easy to operate. t^c. could be used for about the same pnr- gestion of such a thing, but it exists, made in small strawboard boxes with. Fifteen m YOi re arw'
-es as a dagger., The bodyof the and has a very reasonable scientific outs bottom. 'a mere roll of the board Printed annuallyby a firm in Brooklygo
CE C E Mfan itself was so Strong that if 'needs explanation. -rtied with caring or a pieceeof, the who v *Irtually monopolize this pecu-
I FWere it could be sed As a buokler. The ear of a deaf mutes handy bobbin wire. All other runners liar business and give employment to something, though it iSn't mch Use n
ib '[~ I , _.__.There is still' another type of ex- tiveeto'the little vibrations of air that are removed as soon as they appear. ,Most400 at i1 and cleaning, when Pearline's around
Dealers, druggists ald confectioners- who wish to quisite beauty, the tortoise shell fan in the normal ear is recognized as leaving those saved t- make, 'good Most of the Iiu t1r0 n^ "f. a
rave ice, iocwarean, labor an money,anawhoappre- of Nagasaki and Kyoto. In this the sound but it instantly perceiyes any- plants that may be set in a permanent this plant are, drawn by a well-known l
cite neatness and conveence, shouagasend for Kyo.o. I ths h on bti ntnlyprevsay
our Alney litrtted catalogue of ICE CREAN genius of the East almost reaches per- bed late in the summer. They will' magazine artist who says 'that he de-
CrAB"( TW -or' REFRIGERATORS. TIT]E thn lik a jar orsc .tga h
E.T o O, d n f o Out of the ,crude maCritar lingofatr 1 then make a firm hold on the soil and signs them only when he -is out of
the artisan produces a finished shell goeS tolthe house of a deaf, mute and will go through the winterwith safety. humor., Instead of venting his anger in
u ar o to s e in of mlrvelousbeauty and resplendency. pulls the 'knob, no bell rings. The In this way, by a little attention, one words he draws diabolical pictures of ^ ^.-^ ^. ... ,^
YO aebud oSt~em He models and shapes it to suit his deaf `mutes ear would not perceive will not: need to buy plants every the person with whom he is angry, and A
making HIRES Rootber if you taste. Usually the ribs are finished that. But a heavy metal bill falls off year.-New York Times. the more horrible the picture the more ( .
follow the simpl dirctions. Easy in hail-open work, whioh is almost as its support to the floor. -fendishly happy lac e V IT WON'T RUB OFF.
fo.ow theamlediecton, delicate as lace, while the outside It makes a vibration and a jarring FAM MAND GAR-DEN NOTES. work affairs that hold Cupids and Wal Paper 18 Unsaaitary. KAL~eOiWJ
to ma delight to take. sticks are decorated with dragons, inothe floor -that is at once perceived There is money in. raising capons. hearts and arrows and carry sunshine TA T
.- ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ da -Into thousands -of homes are designed dIlIrir'rllPI prpra~tada
Ud only by The choice M.Hir.. C., Philadelpuh.. flowers, faces, or anything which the by the sensitive nerves of the deaf The Indiana Live-Stock Sanitary byawman who also super nds d A e-bing inycol ter.
a.... soije eraoer,#. wearer may desire.--New York Mail mate'housewife, aind, answers all' the Commission has issued an.ordert0 the thi csruction. "
and Express. purposes of the bell. Thelcontrivance railway companies requiring them to their construction.o r -p ry iteaerS er
.Whic ---do has been patented,-New York Jour- disinfect all. stock cars oomlg into the ^ce FREe /uverocse Vonyen gs
-...." Tette~r, -ASH0 NOIS, nal, the State to guard against he." James Russell Lowell's Home. but cannothive. AlABATIarK CO., Grand Rspld.
-:Ezelaa" : "Buttons will be a- summer craze. T cholera. There is-concern in Boston about the r
or ... The Largest American Mule. -f............ .... --

-J. T. SHUlPTRINK, Alsiatian bows are lovely.. JohnSon, a Pfarer living a few miles pries'thema fediaugls e:hter hosei the proend o tadjoinngt i ^ ae n os ,aihyudo' ul ndreeretnces ind thch
0 savannah, ca. Ducks and piques are seen in a east of Honey RGreve, Texas.L l His abe omget bor twenty-milke t d the t tads frelsan ad gents, apd audoooks wp you domopt buol wdrtn and wihe
algood assortment. Some of the new of- muleship is exactly 18-hands, or 6 wald e m the. nehdestate wllrsoon tcut up aitoad formation na ifewYlines?_no ptbe obligedb towhandlewt &twie

aPIIttlleu.Noryfia!. e, buiwlvding te lotssie uenlessesinhegh, eig xahle proptle eow^rty lIA bili eltnuoyo th oontrydslaoolptd oscttng$25or 3.25 orn la $set o0.O
X~etersw p Parisian milline reyh.aesrp ee ice~negtbigeaty' At aroingmi m a eefd th o sowin to-t
;.VbbmilfrWB J'$E50Ec 'L""n-Oh and lappet dimities. 7 incehigher than. the famous Los Wel looked.fterwith r. See thag he-wa TOhSE, 134 Leon-. C ard Street. N. Y. !
Am." ,U ..No. 21. 1896. notched designs embroidered with so, widely advertised in 1890-91 al straw to make her nest. S t- catawo efroman Illusratdy o a ,with co ple te the Index. booo, yon The o th t
beads with an edging of plain or plait- being "the most gigantic specimen Of frim a manger n iter beiws^^ 'amily -at we strathi-ed, who b plt handy Ind w he n o whon Cravus 1 aS fep
"aanb Ga. , 0n strelhe htos! backd twnt-fv cents the daugmids, bill when? lant adjonid traet 1is5at

Xed chiffon ; the rurhings are finished 1h mule. family the world has ever over by the horse wisl gso.'Jnmon to cuts. Mar- What is the longest river in the world? That Marco Polo invents,1 the fompo
f on both edges with e a narrow plaiting; feet tangled Thes "n-eyGrovbeh de side Atsl pigs wfo Pes taaet sow nhta
s.. Not/e esys till cured Mag Polo was Wha buidin Gordta KnotS wtse Theop.oo totan Pn a c
which gives a soft illness. Ribbon not slim ansd raw-boned, but is built *lo ok straw. ^ ^oa elaimedI dcbI C o( "p'ana1ions Of just such matters u wonder H.
B.,ffma Boabdrggd bows or jabots of black r areailace in proportion to his height, weighing France has b06 co-ooerative soeic- zetB$'4rt.f , er."--Jdde, about. Buy it at the vert tow priee1f
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F Stops on signals to discharge passengers or freight '
D Day telegraph office.
Connections-At Taltahassee with trains on F. C. and P., at MacIntyre with Ock-
locknee River Steamer, At Carrabefle with Apalachicola steamers. At Ap chicola
with Chattahoochee River steamers. U. S. Mail Steamer CicEcent City wil ave Ap*
alachicola daily at 7.30 a m., returning leave Carrabelle 12.30 p. m.

Flori da Ceotral ar d Peninslar

Lv JacksonvilIle Time Card in Effect April 19 i896C


No. 34. Daily--
4.15 Everet, 6 55 p m; Brunswick, 7.45p m.
p. M
No. 36. Daily Everett, 9:15 p. ; Savannah, 11:15 p. ; Brunswick 10.80 p.m Augusta
S -. .... Charlotte, 8-50 a m.; Greensboro, 12:05 p.m.; Danvillel,40p
O.U0 Richmond, 6.40 p. m.; Lynchburg, 3:35 p. m.; Washington, 9:40,p.m.
P.M. Baltimore, 11;25 p. m.; Philadelphia,2:56 a. 14.; New' York, 6:23 a. m..
Boston,3pm. Also with thrologh sleeper f.r Cincinnati via Aslevlle..arrive Ashville 12
m. Cincinnati 7.45a v No 35, return, arrives Jackso.. ville 10.25 a.m.

Go to-R. E. -BLAIR'S, ,
749 FORSYTH STREETto have your
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
Repaired. Repairing a specialty; work

OIiNTS. uOnly Through uar between Jacksonvlle and New urleant
9 55 Baldwin, 10:40 a. m.; Lake City, 11:56 a. m.; Live Oak, 12:36 p. m.; Madison
1:30, m.; Monticello, 2:45 p. m.; Tallahassee, 3:35 p.m.,River Junction
A. 5 15 pm, Pensacola llpm, New Orleans 7.35 am, No. 1 ar.Jacksonville,705 a.m'
5:5 Baldwin, 7:05 p. m.; Lake City, 10:45 p. m.; Live Oak, 12:15 a. m.; Madison
6:55 2:0o a. m.; Montleelo, 4:20 a. m.; Tallahassee, 5:30 am,; Quinhoy, 8,10
P.M. am,; River Junction, 9 40 am
No. 21 arrives Jacksonville from above points 9.25 a m.

SWANTED-by a colored man a posi-
tion as a stenographer and type writer.
Can make himself generally useful in
office or stores. Address P. O. Box 553,
Ocala Fla. Apl 18-6w.

No. 9
No.38INo.9ptNo.36* N.2 Dally. No39* No91+
Lv Jacksonville. 7 a8 45 a 50 p Lv Fernandin;.. 7 o a 9-00a 60p 4
Ar Fernandina.... 10 10 a 10 10 a 8 50 p A r Jacksonville.. 8 35 a 10 25a 9 00 p 6 10p.
Daily except Sunday. + Sunday only. Trains marked thus $ do not run on Sunday.
Tiketofce202 n West Bay Street, corner Hogan. Tickets sold and baggage checked to a
point Trains leave Union Depot Station. -
J. E. Marshall, City Ticket and Pass. Agt. Walter G. Coleman, Genl. Tray. Agt
R. W. Campbell, Passenger Agent.
N. S. PENNINGTON. Traffic Manager. A.O. AC DONELL, Pass Agt.


Ne. Boo. 3NO.s 8o No. 18
Wah'n short I. ,LMinltl No. 7
An tam asmany. ana Une ras All Trains Daily. and 'Floride
W. Lmil'td. Malt Fl.Ltd. Expr's.0

I ml 00 am 60 pm L. Jackn ille, F. 0. P. 7 pm 8 1 a
6 ---m. am m9.0 pm 6 E pm overett, Southern ..... 8 pm ig 10 am.
m---- 4 .r ._ M.oon, Sfoutirh. ..... T-m... T. ....

-I-S 4- E -- .'o o j ity,5 10 am 7 s. ,

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. 11,1 IWLH

Officers of the Masonic Grand
Lodge of the State of Florida.

8. H. Coleman, Most Worshipful Grand
Master, Jacksonville.
E. I. Alexander, R. W. D. G. M., Ma-
J. H. Dickerson, R. W.G. S. W., Ocala
A. A. Rivers, R. W. G. J. W., Apa-
A. J. Junins, R. 't. G. Treasurer, Mon-
Jesse McClain, R. W. G. Chaplain,
St Augustine.
H. W. Chandler, G. Secretary, Ocala.
R. E. Robinson, Grand Lecturer, Fer-
T. H. Duncan, Grand Master Ceremo-
nies, Jacksonville.
John Jackson, Grand Senior Deacon,
G. W. Hawkins, Grand Junior Deacon,
Kissimmee, .
M. B. Bradley, Right Worshipful Grand
Pursuviant, St Augustine.
J. W. Anderson, Grand Senior Steward
R. B. Ayer, Grand Junior Steward.
E L. J. Banks, Grand Marshal, Jack-
P. Johnson, Grand Sword Bearer
Robt Johnson, Grand Standard Bearer.
W. M. Neeley, Grand Tyler Orlando,
The next Annual Communication will
be held at Orlando in January, 1891
Masters and Secretartes will be known
in the regular order without the official
vrefix in the roster below.
Abrahamt Lincoln No 11, Key West-
Francisco Camelon, Jose Fecho Negual;
meets 2nd Tuesdays and 3rd Thursdays in
each month.
Beaty, No 35, Palatka-A. H Finley,
PH Slerges; meets 1st and 3rd Friday
evening in each month.
Keystone No 44, Ceadar Keys William
Canty and S L Condry; meets 1st and last
Wednesday nights '
Cocoa Lodge, No, 55, Cocoa-A M Mid-
d.eton, W B Young; meets 1st Friday
night in each month. :
Hiram, No. 17, Jacksonville-E.
Williams, High Priest; R. Woods, King;
G. E. Rockwell, Scribe.
Mount Moriah, No. 9, Jacksonville-
A. Glover, eminent Commander; R.
Wods, Generalisimo; H. T. Romans,
Captain General. Meets 1st and 3rd Tues-,
days in each month.
Beatrice Court No 20, Cedar Keys; Mrs,
Dorcas White, Matron, Mrs. Lucy Allston
Sec'ty. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday nights
in each month.

AN ')Ss.
Continued u*Ptvs gQie.
a Soldiers' Home in Florida, setting forth
as a reason, that tnany of our comrades
who are now feeling the hand of "old age"'
and suffering fromin wounds and disease
contracted during the war find themselves
unable to withstand the rigors of a severe
northern winter; besides, the large number
of the Soldiers' Homes are filled to their
utmost capacity,
I would, therefore, most respectfully
suggest that some action be taken by this
Encampment toward establishing a Sol-
diers' Home in this State.
A little over a year ago, in my adopted
city, you honored me by electing me De-
partment Commander, placing in my keep-
ing the welfare of the organization in this
State. To the best of my ability I have
tried to discharge that duty with which I
wVs entrusted. I intended to visit every
Post in the State and intermingle and give
words of encouragement to the old com-
rades who were so nobly battling to main-
tain the organization and carry out the
principles of our order; but, unfortunately,
I was prevented from doing so by a serious
indisposition which overtook me last July
and from which I am now slowly recov-
ering. I wish to convey to all of my Staff
Officers my sincere and profound thanks
for the manner in which they performed
their duties, to th* Past-Department Com-
maniders and Pa Commanders for their
valuable aid and assistance, and in an es-
pecial manner t6 the Assistant Adjutant
General and Assistant Quartermaster Gen -
eral for the neat and correct manner in
which the acc nts ot the Department
have been kept,-also Comrade Fox, who
was Quartermap,tefor a portion of the
time,4but who compelled toresign in
consequence eof absence froth the State.
The Departmlsf is, financially, in good
condition, and notwithstanding the great
calamity that befell the greater portion o
our State the 'membership has not de-
creased to any great extent. In a short
time I shall step back into the ranks, a
willing worker in.onr noble order, and be
fore I retire beg'to tender to you, one and
all, my heartfeltfthanks tor the willing and
hearty co-operation you have always, and
at all times, extended to me in the good
work of maintaining our order.
Yours in Fraternity, Charity and loy.
ty, P. E. McMuRRAY,
Department Commander.
On Monday night occurred the marriage
of Dr. Arthur Walls Smith and bJiss Sar-a
Valentine. This event was yettnessedb:
a large concourse of bibIen guests, whi
showed their appreiation in every way
Rev. Sweareni0 officiated.The ceremony
took place at he residence of the Doctor
They left on a bridal tour on Tuesday am
will be gone for sometime. They carr;
with them miaY a benediction.
Coon--A Full Bepresenta

and when convention met a'
Jones' Hall o rhday at 12 o'clock, on(
hundred and three delegates were present
and ready for harmonious action.
S A brief, address was delivered by oth
G. W. Sadler was elected secretary at
C. H. Smith, assistant.
These, with J. C. Greeley as chairman
were made the officers of the permanent
A committee of nine, with P. E. Me
Murray as chairman, was appointed o:
This committee retired and brought a lia
of thirty-six, eighteen to the State an
eighteen to the Congressional Convention
The principal speech of the day wa
made by Mr. Wilber of St. Nicholas.
This veteran Republican has stood firm
ly in the party lines for nearly a half cen
tury. Hti remarks on the money ques
tion were heard with much interest
The convention was characterized wit]
much I Hr much business wa
- Res ssed endorsing th
Leon B pat Tallahassee an
M. J .iecretar of the Stat
Cent anld' instructing hth

Among those who came over on the
St Augustine excursion last Monday were
the Revs. A 0 Wdilliams T A Glymp, E
E Jackson and Prof, Capponi and wife.

Rev. M. M. Moore, D. D., one of the
leading African Methodist ministers of
Florida, was elected financial secretary of
that connection at their general confer-
in Wilmington last Thursday, his strong-
est competitor being Rev. Rev, P A Hub-
bard of Colorado.
St. Luke's Bantist Church in East Jack-
sonville, has passed a most prosperous
year. They have done much improving
on their building and has steadily increas-
ed in membership. Thair pastor, the Rev
J H Newman, was called to their pulpit
about one year ago, and has proven to be
a most zealous worker, winning the co-
operation of the entire membership and
commanding the respect of that commu

First-Class Steamboat Service between
Detroit and Cleveland; and Cleveland,
Put-in-Bay and Toledo.
D. & C. Floating Palaces are now running
daisy between Detroit andgCleveland, and on
Mayl, will commence to run daily between
Cleveland, Put-min-Bay and Toledo. If you
are traveling between the above points, take
advantage of a water trip and save money.
Spend your vacation on the Great Lakes.
Send for illustrated pamphlet. Address A.
A. SOHAmZ, G. P. A.,Detroit, Mich.

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LBWIs 1866,




Time Table i Effect April 16, 1896

GnIs, BUMS, MALT LIQUORS, and everything in the Liquor Line.



Lv Jack'ville
Ar St Aug'st'e
LvSt Aug'st'e
" E Palatka
Ar Palatka..
Lv Palatka .

No 31 No37 No 209

STATIONS No78 No 32 No20p
Lv Miam,.... 5 60a, ...... 51--0a
' L. City... 510a ..... 533a
".Ft Laud'rd'l 5 57a ...... 724a
' Linton ... 6 52a .. 38a
" W P Be'ch 7 30a ...... 11 10a
" W Jupiter 8 07a ...... 12 40p
Jensen .... 8 59a ...... 312p
Eden ...... 904a ...... 3 26p
Fort Pierce 9 40a ...... 340p
S ebastian. 1039a ...... ..
Melbourne 11 23a .. ... ......
Eau Gallle 11 33a ...... .......
IR'kl'ge H. 12 06p ...... .......
Cocoa .... 12 09p .... ......
Titusville 1250p ......
N Omyrna 200p ......... ..
P Orange. 222p ...... ....
SDaytona 2 38p ...... ......
Ormond 245p ....
E Palatka 223p
Ar S Mateo 5 50p ..... ....
Lv San Mateo 3 00p ..... *
.............. . .o...
Ar Palat'a... 510p ...... ...****
Lv Palat'a.... 5 15p ....****
. . ...... ...... .... .
.Ar St Augusti 5 "lop ...... ...
Lv -tAugusti 515p 7 00a...
I r Jackn'ille 635p 8 15a --*

1000 a
10 65 a
10 30a

8 25p

Ar S Mateo 12,20 p
Lv 8 Mateo. 9 40 a
Lv Ormond. 12 29 p
" Daytona .. 12 41 p
"P'rt Orange 12 52 p
" N Smyrna 125p
" Titusville;. 2 27 p
SCocoa. .... 3 06 p
" R'kl'eIot'l 3 09 p
' Eau Gallie 3 40 p
" Melbourne 3 50 p
' Sebastian. 4 35 p
" Ft Pierce 5 45 p
" Eden ...... 6 11 p
SJensen .... 6 16 p
" W Jupiter 7 08 p
" W PBeach 7 45 p
" Linton.... 8 22 p
' Ft Lnd'rd'i 9 17-p
"Lemon City 10 04 p
Ar Miami.... 10 15 p

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... .......

......... o,



4 10a
5 31a
8 07a
9 30a

...... 3

Trains 31, 32, 37 and78 between Jacksonville A.& W. BR NCH.
and St. Augustiue daily.
No 3 No 1 STATIowS No2 No. 4
ra obeten Mia.i and Fort Pierce............ ..... ,.
daily except Monday. 2 05p 9 20 a L v* N ew irn A i12 -O p
2,50p 10 5Raa Lake Helen L v 12 31)1400pp
All other-trains south of St. Augustine 3p 11 22a Orange City 4 1 3 38
daily except Sunday. 305p 1130a Ar Orange CityJ. LY 1220 330p
These time tables aihow the times at which trains may be expected to arrive at and de-
part from the several stations, but their arrival or deparure at the times stated is not gnar
rlsanteed or does the company hold itself responmilble for any delay or ary consequences
J. rising therefrom TT, JOSEPH RICHARDSON

2 New Steel Passenger Steamer
The Greatest Perfection yet attained in Boat
Construction--Luxur ous qulpment, Artistic
parnishing, lDeoration and fficent Service
insuring the highest degree of
Toledo, Detroit and Mackidnal-
LOW RATBS to Picturesque Mackinas ad
Return, Including neals and Berths. Prom
Cleveland, $18; from Toledo, $15; from Do-
tvoli, $13.30.
Between Detroit and Pee-Jni-
Connecting at Cleveland wi.h BarliestTrains
for all points Bast, So n and Southwest and at
Detroit for all, "P,= North and Northwest.
*,,.4,iytripS'Junu,July, August and September Only.
Cleveland, Put-in-Bay Toledo
Send for Illustrated Pamphlet. Address ,
A. A. 80HANTZ. e. p. A..DETROIT, MIOH.
T eo1811011ot 1 18eveld Stelam llv. C
Six months after date I will present my
final accounts and vouchers to the County
Judge of Duval county, Florida, and ask
for a discharge as guardian of Hattie Hop-
kins and Willie Hopkins.
Eliza Holland, Guardian.
. March 13, 1896.

S-General Passenger Agent

Vice President.

Garrabelle, Talla'hassee and (icore ia Rail Road :si-!<
VTime Tablels .No 8 Im Erw^ ~rJ a f-o/

. -.;_

A 016VAtuc v.3 n K ,ffec. elan. w5, 189. \
North Bound--Read Down. Bet. Carrabelle and Tallahassee. South Bound--Readtp.
First-Class. First-Class. tirst-Class. First-Class.

INS = 00.

Z z

P. MP. ...
530 600 ...

O. 5 No. 3[NO. 1 .....- ...
XK P. F,2p --- ......... Carrabelle ............
0 45 6 P3 -i e 12 01 0".
,I 6 15 12 15 Ar
a -Bd45 6 45 1245 5.0 Lv ............ Lanark .... ....
705 703 1 15 13.2D ....... McIntyre ............
.... 710F708 121 15 ... Curtis Mills ....
.... 725 718 185 19.2 .. Sochoppy ....
.... 7 30 7 28 1.42 21.4.... Ashmore ....
758 743 205 29.5 '. ArranD
.... 8 05F 7 48F 2 10F 31.9 .... Raker's Mill ....
820 800 2 30 37,.... Hilliardville ....
S8 30 8 10 2 40 40 2.. Spring Hill ..
.... 885 815 245 41.9 .... Turner's ....
8 55 830 05 50 ... Tallahassee ....
P.' M. P. M. P M.

5 45.::
F5 20 ...
5 10 ..
5 08 ...
4 45
F4 40 ....
4 00


WANTED, persons to "accept GRATIS, in
view of future orders, rubber stamp of their
name for markingclothing, books, etc. Write
plainly and enclose four postage stamps to
efray mailing, packing etc. H. P. Maynard
16 Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio. Agents wanted
for rubber stamps, rubber type, pads, daters,
white letter signs, "Bottled Electricity,' for
catarrh and pain, electric belts, etc. Write
for agents' terms.
~ *WrA'-Tnm aADMI ATION. j
In County Judge's Coura, By the Couni"
Duval County, Florida. I Judge,
Whereas, J. R. Campbell has applied to
this Courtfor Letters of Admimnistration on
he Estate of Sdmuel Benlisa, deceased,
tate of said County of Duval.
SThese are therefore to cite and admon-
ish all and singular the kindred and credi-
tors of said deceased, to be and appear
before this Court, on or before the 30th
day of June A D., 1896, and file objections
if any they have, to the granting letters
as aforesaid, otherwise the same will be
granted as prayed.
Witness my name as County Judge
of the County aforesaid, this 15th day of
May 1896.

Everett, 9,50 a.m.; Darien 12.20 p.m; Savannah, 11:40 a. m.- Columbia
4.00 p. m.; Charlotte, 8:20 p.m.; Greensboro, 10;48 p. m.; Danville,12,00
p. m.; Lynchburg, 1:58 a. m.; Washington, 6"42 a. m.. BaltimoTe
8:05 a. m.; Philadelphia, 10:25. a m.; New York,12:53 p. m.; Boston, 9p m
Jacksonville from above points at 9.00 p m. Through train to St Augustine.

No 38 Daily
N arrives at

: :

No. 36. Daily Through, Sleeper for Cincinnati, via Macon and Atlanta.
6:i50 Everett, 9:15 p. m.; Macon, 2:15 a. m.; Atlanta, 5:50a. m.; leave Atlanta
1.50 p m, arrive Chattanooga 7.05 p m; arrive Cincinnati, 7. 20 am,-
Leave Atlanta. 6:00 a. m.! Birmingham, 12:00 noon: Holly Springs, 7:55 p. m.: St
P. M Louis 7:44 a. m.'; Chicago, 2:20 p. m.; Cairo. 2 l1a m. Memphis 10.20 p. m;
Springfield Mo., 9.43 a m,; Kansas City, 5.10 p m. No. 33 arrive s Jacksonville 8.35 a m.
"nrwP h-h-AW

County Judge.

Nzw BanBB NI. Q, Feb. 18, 1805.

Z ,wamnfacturigOb., -.Brookl-n, N..
* Gentlmemen.--I used Mexican Mustang Liniment on a mule I had that was
Tfy bad off with matches, and it cured him completely in about three weeks. I
med plenty of the Liniment and rubbed it in well, for I think the liniment should
be thoroughly rubbed in when treating cases of scratches. I also use it in my fam-
fy and fAnd it the beAt Liniment I ever used for sores, burns and sprains. It in
specially good for drawing up of the muscles, and if used with perseverance will
surely overcome this trouble. Consider it the best liniment in the market and I
recoommend it to everyone. Yours,
Bere and Queen Ste. : JNO. H. BRICE, Grocer and Butcher.
.- 0,BOo. and $1 per bottle. or saltb by all Druggists and Storekeepers,
! e Will e sent by zpres, charges paid, to your nearest express oLo on receipt ot prtea
Wttfor JbfAy Btory Bwk-maSdfrWe
Addrs your letters plainly to
S L"419 43 & 45 South Fifth St., BROOKLYN, N. Y.


No.u.,Daily Waldo, 12:22 p. m.; Gainesville, 1:40 p. m; Cedar Key, 5:45p. m.; Haw-
thorne, l:16p.; Citra, 1:44 p. m.; Silver Springs, 2:27 p. m.; Ocala:
9:.5 2:41 p. m.; Wildwood, 3:43 p.-m.; Lacoochee, 4:48 p. m.; Dade City 5:05
p m.; Plant City, 6 01 p. m.; Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Leesburg, 4:14 p.m., -
X.M. Tavares, 4:40 p. m.; Apopka, 5:26 p. m.; Orlando, 6;L0. Winter Park .
6,35nm. Train No 10 arrives Jacksonville, 3:45 p; m. n from. the south.
Waldo, 12:11 a. m.; Gainesvillle, $11:30 a. m.; Hawthorne,12:55 p. m.;Citr
No. 13,Daily 1:30 a. m.; Wildwood, 8:53a. m.; St. Catherine, 4 51 am,; Lacoochee
5.18am,; Dade City, 5.37 am,; Plant City, 5 47 a m,; Tampa, 7.55 am. In
y0 Wildwood, 4:30 a. m.; Leesburg, 5:45 a. m; Tavares, 6:35 a. m.; Apopki, '
S 8:34 a. m.; Orlando, 9:25 a. m.; Winter Park, 5:55 p. m.; Lake Charnm.
p M 6:45 p.m. No. 14 arrives Jacksonville 7:05 a. m. Parlor Caron day trail
Jacksonville to Tampa "
SLEEPING CARS-Nos ;35 and 36 carry Pullman sleepers betwee'aekJc'ville and New '
York: also day coach between Jacksoi vllle and Charlotte: also the ib'ouch -leuez-tar mm
Cincinnati Nos. 1 and2carry through s'eepers between Jacksonville and New York and
Tampa and New York Nos. 1 and 2 carry sleepers between Jacksonville and,New Orleans

no man's name to be
ticket who will not
nvass of the State.
ny spectators present,
Swas a complete success.


Notice for Final Discharge.
Six months after date, I will present my
final accounts and vouchers as Adminis-
tratrix of the Estate of Eli Hart, to the
County Judge of Duval County, Florida,
and ask to be discharged.
Adminix. Est. Eli Hart, dec'd.
Jacksonville, Fla.
April 18th, 1896.

f .

* *

To introduce fast' selling articles needed
in every family, (Canvassing not necessary.)
WVe trust you and take back unsold lots.
Business lightand respectable. Profits large..,
$18.00 made in a day by one person merely
showing the goods to neighbors.
When you write, be sure to mention that
you noticed this-in thb Jacksonville. Advo-
Address on Postal Card, N. Y. T. CO., New

e will send you Sta f'(i d' New Maga-
zine fer one year, and besides will send
you fifteen complete books for a premi-
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bound, not trashy pamphlets), are sen,
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full of good home and general reading)
once every month for twelve months.
The premium books which you receive
all together at once when you subscribe,
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SANITARY.--The public is hereby no-
tified that I give my personal supervision
to all sanitary work given under my
charge, and satisfaction will be Oven toaQ
whogive me timely notice. Charges mo&
rate. Alexander Brooks, 815 Kin?*
Road. t








Smoke LAWRENCE'S CIGARS, manufactured by NEAL LAWRENCE, 204
Main Street, where a full line of Cigars, Tobacco and Pipes are kept. You get acou-
pon with every 5ts spent and when you have 25 coupons 1ou are entitled to a chance
on 2 Volumes ot Standard Dictionary, worth $18.00.



&.....< a..s

- 204


37 West State St., near Mai&*
OFFIGE HOURS'7-9 A. M., 12 *4 P. -!"
6:30 P M-9 P. M. .,
Urgent night calls are treated with dl .

thing topatent? Protect yor ideas they '
bring you wealth. Write JON W*tDD]6
BURN& CO., Patent Attorneys, Waahlat,
n- 1 fnr 1 tha.o 0rfize olffer.ap

Formerly the
Jacksoniville, St. Augustine& I-ndian River By.

~z n a i~t En a a ~o

0 AX. A. M.
. 10 15 1005
13 9 50 9 t0
15 9830 9 30
19 9 20 9 21
21 907 9 12
9 00 9 05
80. 8 40 -
32 F8 80
37 8 15
40 8 00
42 755
50 7 30
A. M.

UL~se Srve land cured his mule of Scratches
MexicanIn three weeks.

stang UsesIt in his family.
.tn Considers Mexican Mustang
Liniment Liniment best in tnarket.

MONEY Saved Is


So if you want to make Money buyfrm

e g

who can make and save you more mon-
ey than apy other house in the city.
You get 5 dozens clothes pins for Sets
at our store
You get 25 good envelopes for 3cts at
J. D. Horp and Co's store
Buy good lamp chimneys at our stor
at 3cts and 4cts each
You can get 6 good tea spoons at our
store for 3cts
Come to our store and get a paper of
good needles for Ic
Remember,we don't keep trashy'goods
Se sell a large dish pan for 10 ce ts
worth 15 cents
You get at our store a large wash uan
for 5cts and 8cts qech
You get 36 boxes best parlor matches
at our store for 10cts, elsewhere for 15cts
Ladies' Hose 4cts pair, worth 10cts
Come to our store and get a bottle of
good ink for 3 cents
And we sell pearline 4c package
Laundry spap 4c cake, such as Ozone,
and Octagon
foY ou get akes toilet soap t our store
for 5 eentso
Look at our 60cts lantern, now 40cts
Come and get a 20c broom for only 10c
We will sell you a good rake for 23c
You get a 35c Hoe at our store for 256
Come and get one of our 25c gallon oil
cans for 15c
Look at our 15c buckets for only 10c
You ca a get a good market basket at
our store for 5 cents
Sell a 10c linen towel for only 5c
A 15c towel for only 9c
C / and get a 10c pair of socks for
Remember I

we will undersell

everybody. If you

don ot believe it

come to our store

523 West Bay and,

we will convince,

you of the fact; we,

get our goods di-

rect from the fac-

tory and give our

many customers

the benefit of the

middleman's profit

J. D. HORN & 00
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B ORailway.



Three Links Groer

Found Cor. State and Cedar Sts.
A new Supply of Groceries at Lo we
Prices kept Constantly on Hand. Sa ti
fation G guaranteed.

, Anderson & Brown, ProD'rs.




Main Street

a Jqrtt kvTerBTt forBrunwi:f. m., 10:0a. m.,1 :l5p. m., 4:25 p. m., 9:40
p* T g Mnl ,e.per a, &onovlftU to emonnatI via 4aheviM.59
For AlU Information, applyto any Agent of this great Railway
System, or its connections.
. A. W, ..iR EOElt, J.M. IOULP, 8. H. HARDWIOK,
$1.M M pewItsndat Trafo Manager, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,
WOhIO O. WUton, D. Q Washington, D. (I Atlanta, Ga.

I'rd&Pisuger Agent,
213 WeatBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, LA .