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The Cedar Key Gulf-Coaster
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054176/00001
 Material Information
Title: The Cedar Key Gulf-Coaster
Portion of title: Cedar Key Gulf Coaster
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Gulf-Coaster Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Cedar Key Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1893
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Cedar Key (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Cedar Key
Coordinates: 29.145556 x -83.041667 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: T.R. Hodges, <1893-1895>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 42 (Jan. 26, 1893).
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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..h g..r # -h.i -s ; .s Aaor.. asible + enc
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t h e D ..eI . .. .1 -10 M a ll
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pne 8gr~h' 900. Tnrtk
tdilpr ciiitk-d4 iXrm n ,hip a1i~imlt& 01i-* w&-l-jVi pr5iclrh would r. vidgon ?-- senioust
-'-,-- A i ,-, .+ ta ,,.,. . C m ) -' 4 it; d ii g im.b ate -chvirdiI s asi an tpporbP d-sdov h:e
"pe n aanota etall ,r1",-" .-A 1t)Y Aor' --etf
i4r W M ed l re. t I mya~b + --c',,11na [u .t h .f [ ]ttc ,l't t : 'i-a ui t, 4 3 r u at i 't fo d ig a rea.. goo th :o't o n c ~ U, p d ~ A
TV 3.'2, atd would Avp anD.
~ ~ ar e m k*4 V I A a mud..An r-mw:ejfla :r-~ e .. i ires+, i -- van.. e.t.. ,. .. .. .. 'of +s d.w confihe the operations v orbp
-t~ nA-Vhhc4i-M1U tOAiPUhe&? I)rfd"dew Aw g0
., 'e 4 th-..--
.. ..... "mth-a ,....-.>,' "to the IziU to sdch i'ireduction df tat "..,~ q4o .fr~' -, .<
-~' 'iv -ao- .1ff'j:LZU
"i.." -i-.. J -. 'om g h, win ..... ,e as would render tkem th .ee ..a.et ..y, :_
Y)4tulg._V,i4't ti4w. A..."'q. [l:oie, if ,'.k1 :iF e the Dencr'atic par os V'"Or.v
4-. SHF,74 AT possileserice. t o-'
of ththe o ti iamauci fOa
E' -"- IPia. middle groun that- Pnigfrhr
: A, :eq asei ....ou.ledtgtuhe- discsror the su6.eUonCosPt e u l.es
Ra al euand from which we e went oguhd i
Pm~~~~h Sour~ui~iurn ~th* di Ddainit el-i -
.4 rit vchnkfu r : jeaa went over.n
-- S Pr.. DiO'nl) Yn 1 i if~2 9@1fl better adidance the interests of Sta *.. -a'__- ,...-.
M., d
-'~~-' Itw Al' -'-snow-ct-t' Iiii, ai ~- tapbtte
:Tnt,,. r,.-r.Vcih "I1.. h imjn CV e h] u try by, doing A R O D oa'va" o i y ,lnI haann
r P vii+,ofthe]Deniocraey?r Io
nor ib4~~~~~~~~th3 1rm 'illt; xf hja- so h .vw~ r occupation of a-toy r
+.,.7Fnoaik 'l't a bccar' -ich position. It is in poli4qtheathe is an abandoned ., blood.
HUze-;, 4'*aeq it; is inr sprituah r i.. h
.- IiSI 'et.ate i~ oi@i
a U4L R 'i t t h -. +I s i ~ i s i s t u @M : p r o v i n g t h a t h e i s o n',, .o" "wo e e e a it.6 ; V i 6 6
-W~t i'a W to honest. i4us prom
"me is against, .e.-. ,'wow Dem.
tiZA on n17;s M
e R'he thati is -not for. th, +':i ol '' .. wo d 6he hf br. )cr
S'at o10 against. h Kelly is very 'bonfidentoo
+ -Oamice t -a1 culd on and that of Tammany, "on "'&i'"
Y 6AiTIi i &7i. h~ b A erminna ion to t--
'o,,I -o was defeated-by his over-wee rat does his. -ryo P
IL' dow pbl .tbe S4.w. g..- 'fidezjqd in his own owe.i no
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',a_. ,.'"-The sovcilocold sends 'the tourkt.-
"'..,', g- southward. a.
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. 'a. PIoriCla't a1bt mnil giRts no f ..ter' daily.
t'- h a Sonth jardlir. cat. L :. 1 is C>, iUtO ol ir,
13.. '-f 111' I-*

t ,, -6,'Our fLieid C.ha-ie H.lavens keeps
;''liis -section of theF C. & P., track
:W{jGapi p.1le. pie ord 1er.
B ar ;. '. -.
"i-t' e lle R 'i-ilican who ties to hol'l
1 ..-b 'tb a ljhoA under Cievelantd will
lry-'kp.'it d,)th"o im.possilile
a .a% a-# a -
al,''" ,. v. T.'E. Sriiith will p ireach'in'the
.N J.i-10orbs itt..r fl n chi rt cah cNt' 8 una .av,:
ii ''. "' bolh a m f'i ni g at,,[ i.i";n. ".
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? e.: /a' .t e U iLte Sj.Tite- Seonal,..
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C,. aouunty .su ,ei 1tendl ut.. a't 'v 1S allI ri:A.i',i.
A ". t for htW- t. tei 'l, i iu tin ruti t t Lut it i 'a at .
i 'j' ,all w i.rug' oxt itti'' t:' do -U ':. Why i-
t his") : .
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Th-- cunlv Pure Cream of Tarar
Used hI Millions of Horn.,

those J til',. -. i- i i.. l I '" ,
through the C'.,,L', a--a'1. ,- ,-i.
This. is as it l.. 'ili ,'.4. d\ II
no one mann power ig Floria.
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Sc nil liais-'i'a i ;1a* 7ella,-
',Conipetition Ia r.. t.' ai .i11
In ac?.'orantD'LCe with their Lii' d !i-;,_-:'ru
for Sc'ui Vea,'.e r,; .tt, the- p1 ili-..,1 L' -,I t l I
oiMl ia, -cl rI-l:.I pukLli:wta ,r, Thte ('al. aLi'i u
Ag piricuiltiuri.t .v pi --W;re t itS 7- .h i; i '.i t
Half. Ye rly Lit-rary C iom.,etitiiou fa.r tl,
ittcr ,.f l'93. to the peop.Ie Ift the Unit.:-..1
.it.iem and 'Canada. The folio,., kg is tith
prize list:
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S~i'jn Gold
th ...... 1'.i in G ,,I.I
,i3U Elegant Siller T.1 SA.rvie es, I-3in,.-,
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slr'.t O o t' 1pa].,:i int' lh..'.. ;i' tite w iorl-
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tlh.-ia tto n n- t; .:l, i' 4,,t I e .I.-!l,'r t ior -.i:
fmouth-. sul.->:-rlpii n t.", th. A.:.ii r ,'t.i t,
*r th-..e Ladie' "H.:.II I .[ia '.:tiiu- .l'wo of Ihi,-
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lhe nppt:. ir in the t'., -, &.1d, Calatni'i.,iii
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4. J a4' l 'i- f' It i t i
P_..lit:"l'J"P i't.. 'Jis Eth.Ii Dr. Kii i a-na F. X. Lli er, tot'
ri-;viue res'. t. E l a ,.,:' roun :u t lie are- ;ito- -
-"S-c retanC,_2 i s (a k'-truni. Li .n(1- .iiI ,t atea \!l otih, 1 to. ,; [.a..,' ..i.; .a
5co're'p.,tig a.crl,-v, .Iss :illfer hias ,male a prorup'laiio l,
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.ai- i.L- T iit-D iii a I ,: it-,t i, .....
0-1 '. M 't'. 1 ... their. "til -Ir his vfii.:.,. But i ii;g,
,'-^ notI:"-- jt--t. I",a D ii is tIhlo).L .it. f is t I,, Ijile ,.t hl'is
F '"NitIona, 'Edito'r'ial .1-s."o iatiou. treual.h with Seatli ('all, i ,avii
'. ,. : lc i-' ILL, uJilull'ry 1(-)I "tool by liui iln his re,:ci ct u;<-s'.
-e Ia: of06 N.
t .Diecial Poi0t .ie of the NKatiounii bIlore the Le2islature tor u i ;or1.
l.E ut r ,,o,: t t.1 oite. \ r1.e ipeopl6 hlow2ver, SwSB 1 d ;ikL. tI.
ih ell't '1 I-,_
,f,",-th& .1^ oa!- 'imilL.tei ltb OLtLber have thp tualter settleil aL t ji,- l1
t"wt ;f:leA 11, laeIC1 o l lthe which they believe to be the oilv
"" ~o t h'e Il~ I'1 r. ""h. .,
',.n r athtile next. onual 'tii, i, va'by. which tradi a iui ,O 'tlic- ii
. ..*'V et. at the Tremont hc.rse iu tlii.- ,rhe matter of pislifi .,, a l oitt., (ita
-, ,..'~.-ayq.'-N' o tdny and ilecided to hold it- be sq.uelehLied. A lir,.ther of Dr.
a tmri Cbiqcrci'mi
'41 ue1 1 C'.. C fajj f i ti l at ro ituf
'. xt IUeet.lnl inn v ,, Ivow *"inz is ey1 ,lheritn l.,r tlie post,_,ice
4 jj'ato thIe 29, the hiit. 5ei? .to 1 de. .it (_ axui -n. l .I .his br.i,-,t1 r-ini-laVw,
V,. otud to IthLi busiue-_s ,t il s-iciA !.4.nator ,,. -_.ebor'rou-'h, oL \Winls r,
S .tiot, the dletion of ,tti-.is, ete., tnd is1 trying to -l lt'e hi'mlsclf it, ,_ [ir
,-,..t e second week l)o part [,i:I.; in It laudthi o -ti:e, :I- also .-x-ce: ki ot otiI
.11,: ,he 1Wor.el. s [lit I? rbs caol,'ress, court, J. A. Carii.le, But. "Jeewm,,
v hh h CO iV : 0 Y uvit ia'na E:iick," it is sail, claim.- t hold
.. I.B1&v.e e tui. t.oUL. t.be ke 'If all t Lio,,- 1 0oot'.
A '.'!'. ." ."* '-------- .- a S,:g at.a Cafl, it woli.i seem, .:s
f .S ." ... hOW (O 1 t--.''LIIV l'n a iiwith a Feder
(/(itity '.nii'iiat-.iouels'. Select-
".ew.. Bo.rd... :,i ainPnyau:u-i.i wh a:-s.iste, i hilL in
z--.A..~zie ..l_'tm l Board
N i -tje; .t. ," .' a > l,.,ti,_u u ",L.'-'-. ago. It iJ a
N. N FL;x., Janauary IS.- The !,1- 1.-1l t., fil. -
,*! fr t 0.'a '- *' -. ,
siJ-nA0',U' Oti'ity democrat exeu- a.- ..lo -
w'i"h"i' hich' t 'a a....BO-
a~ernon I-lIxiI AND I"a 0,.OIIS.
t'6 Ii .ill-- i... t I I
4ad ljlu.d.ltbe .'e uea.t. \herne
.. qU0t UI'f. t .t1h .e. t sn et i for L
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f^.w'^ ''1 :.'* ".: '*'" "* *' :'- :,' : H-'11 ia .:' '.,:[.t.;',ivy ( 'i il
cfgintyc issiouers, to be appoiit- .
.!'e Gove,,.rnoiJtbfthell, the follow-. 'a,..,-,;,.. : .. ,:
ngnmed geatleiemen: .-
I'1x.i; \. ; '-i ~ 1 .
fJac -i.- ttherr,' B. Colvi" John 'TiL aI.... ., ..l p. "-t bill.
l- n 'a aa .1' I a '''.u ra i' L.t, .- .I.. Baiti,
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are the iol(.,h',itzlia: .. otf the il:r lttith-
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rn l r ll "u, 1.11 t 1, St.. X oit has :. I:, .. u "c-n
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harbor, ,:li'-i u~ ,'a Stllsi '. i .,,,' ,.he w'it, l,',w of ,-t:the
'a ,1. the M r.. PlEastkt .h'or,., ,' ,' .nt'. Ste d Mii -:,
;i~i). ted ttw:S -quickly.

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hauil 'ot', $1,O t'ih. ^ U I

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A ..? '-'t"H O .n f,;,ollow ed-& 'i ju tantiv, had notl L or1in D avidsou in ii is "u-r p ti,' t .. v t ,',ii- H ,
S,,; .just, then come uplu the sCeCO. and will give hi -ti !:ar._'-'ei vote thisf;.i ,-tl 1 ';1 ..-.. l TVA SIT fi lO D
C D KFX, driving his horse quickly between the than he has ev...r vit reeeiv.1. Ear- wiilt tlw: Li. ;,,rv ,,i <.,1,.-,!iLt,[,iX T_,n- .\An iL ENN LAR.J. D
J.--1- driNvinculi hi ls e quu1 -, thA nh a A-I -- w ._ 6,11ND IENINM' 'LAR. %ND
CEDAR Y, UdUAT.5. 1882. anp-rv men, (all moutInted) ber'ed idson is ithe i'iht mrnu iu the riI-ht w. fi,,. ,ill om.1ii14"Ih, id', of fl E N Ni 'lLLE 1.. R.
-or-Oi First 'ongr'esi.on, 1i t ihem "Gentlertin. oF lorida: H hi > i; -l it i Tun ti
"'0" : of Hlorida: ":. (Eodis (ioKe, yo tk-,,-ny- vo,.' .:Sv: L _0 ^ -2 stion u rc:ir. t. ^L-. thai. :U i T, ],., r' it e P,,.,,<-. "id ill In ... :i.l \ t
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ON. tO[T. H. 1. DAVIDSOX 4. i-tJn s' witness foI t 1h. ;: ta.i .- i .
.1 .el, aid helped d to f-n ', 1ij1 lh nr- of ( 'ij _it. t tite fr-m .H i .. uf ,-5 ,. ,'t 1, .r,' i -.!. Lf ,, ,. ,. ,, j. ar 1 *
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S& camr e offsa oi1ion es, neither w it ou dsire v a ,a l w t- rvt;- *. it tite- w':, L,... .l : 12 .,
The efforts to rec'-ticile thecoute d- It i.I e t (&uert l Aiould see tlii, er- o ,itate .,o M;-,uth Florida io i i 'rmv ,. 1 d- fl- iav, ,-ec-. i t ,-t its iiiiici t .-- L ... p .-o i.- lI.',.-, .. lu:'.25 :a Li
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i6 have proved abortive er t.s 8c to wn we Lt._ i t
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bus0 nit u vr )Hl )outeve Floiid & Maids :e h a s' tI) f-i' I,] 12i its fllidlo- IL;. : ; La'x *c *. 1.' ; it,

*tijC of w., 0 .J cu s e learned to take i>ut;'hlr huo toipn vi-- .oillAi ur-~ at L U( Ii:,:, t. till ovf .iin 11101 .\~iOiv ii h i~h.Lik,l. r lr
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i. MSt elhes The should bIe Ic 'ic e 1' -m. 1 -. ...i e. .i .. p '. L :o ,.L V t..... l :I
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bireahes .tbe liurest, D tm~ a. wh ti e bll ,ti 'w hi -ee,- -Th P"scl "liietca {:" a ";_ L,"- -I "(' 'i~&i L--"-'- i l''i. '. 1 f1'-.i
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e tothe 'ralELasee c'ou uin xentichpor.rce'n : 1fk t i'u he Coj.jj -11 rd1tonofte11Hibr- L- ,- Dl \ ^ p
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prove. ,^ 'bii-h ispai^Bv< 'tiTI::-. Iu~.*TuC veiit-ii1~-m, LaS, ^iri' au COneitC oui a4 they~~h /o do5 punkiU ^ k, I n
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little t/-turlh CV #, I~l id fo- at- tI ,,,I. wi"" i' ;v l~i1 ^ 1ll qn-iidu ou' -l *ti n l ,.(, :u~.- M a wbij i *t i^ I> G,.1 -
.-t x a ,V'

eUttee aft:c iis chelv i-- ,it,: i,,n Pala_ ic ,s, e are L 5e-ni 'ti, P L,-- -,-:- -- h_ :- .. '-i g i...ld
veen a."ti u r. Llr -Ga it-a-yllaae h tv* t n'-' et 1.vi .. I ,k i t h "! (...i.. ,',-,--s e At .\t I P_ e o u

I iiniba the ealt, s.e -.- -.ti.- f .....i..th e fur n ce,.t-at th n 0_it os Be ,alltloOt'4..th- "se . .'T.' ',e-.t 4-1'eI k--
^S t-|a eoniVeatU .io;u p'^m.e Trbun {hi !1~ Wa.-1,!nltd - n.*h.ni.'S,, \Ui-h ..vl. r uph~ ,- otit lj.-T.... .. L,- ^ ^ :*- **ah,.l g n.,;II :50^2. ~,

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011-ia Wi;i l C ed a .. II' .-2 ..r .L.t T a.. .I f !. L.- .. i S: o fii..- -- 2 j-i

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c.- i t"h r t T J st t'h- f I 1 c w-ea- Cq 1 st- .,., L .-....
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...- -,' "i.' *-",T ii ,^ sh p ,... t. .u ?* -Y r o.n [v at9
... .'. li t) ,l . .

"-W .u' a the good ltooksI v nt ;a

aaotte .^ 1' tvese 1"iJt4Jaer -* 1 o t~io*iiJo (the**L- mewrej oThaelt~ nt tit^^ rn ado~fic- l~ u^ B l ^^ M a 11v ea-din 7.') aw 7r.30 ,m: 5n.l) po
fa tne 1llreg RaiW wchnds thw eat.m Y P In a t Lv q ou4&tJ6
t--!j --_ttf L .-y ,v.'I' -l "t -a[ Ae-a tha. ar a Ja i lu
A .he fro'ihl ..-:ii .(isohl Diuh, -q o te off ,'), :

a1ti~Y ~ nc ~ tlal1'- to h -l ie td:F,-^ -tWdbe. lo -i e:.' piu 'atio't .. .-
.. .. . D .... .I.v.L: .d- ,o 15n W

hr V0n wdtle>"'-^ tor ete mli gh T wj- -, \ueieai -'til.a i wa Pul~osa rndtht, toith aipirais to giv e rauna Wati .1
a 1 sw e -hc A 1*

Jiy M M i wella%.qr i th tobea t % u f Ofd hllst 1 $ CofNr('TIO
,lil % ever: t,) < h ul d fd e- k1gio r I i th t e l atim d, e hi .... 'rLIN L
-t4 "l.i<- "f- tti ("tlh 11 "te 'fol .ii vr i .-ih f. tiiith e t u p t t o a u t .hA. T

t/' *1. I.. i..i. i 4 L r1ian. .'.'-_ Yor on.... pto 9p
"i .h .l s t-' t h" :'1 ,_' U d Tt'''! la T thi -t o,'f. .th- -i U.-- 3 .. 1. t o 5 I 1 I

--- ^^ffll^^' ^ i.' '*" I%11 l co"u**"'- t.v Iinutar~ uaoi; he 114VE -pirv it

notIngOR to tvui-^ca c: tuot 1 Ui Rer p sdilvtalt as eitn of the L.ou2? p th of al ga touveutio New b a k Thmiad/y at 105i. wn.,

dowpar the i~i~i inaeK Ge-nte r iii d. tl dru ti/. t the Flrd Le is jt the Legisat- r is wat. nit. Aio tseCK Hoetetr' i..^st -nl mo cntdrpate ": Witha~ 'A 'rga an Flrida o ah 'nd Steam -
hiri, t un ;v-tienRenJ Iof. or loke ow P.E-i of sa ll ow tuk ri,. iti mnl tha ant ka ura letit bt a'd .. .i Ina
atit a, n s in tl- ..is mI'st an it. I, r.- appet. ine .nd Mr now d,, t i .n .-,ih dt orm
,'.'a ." ,p'to-tu i --f l'eeit 'e P~t,. ..^ \f .....e ... T-h -as-etionus As "ho niaof 1.i.u ou ri-- LJ n e 34n:... r d.r. i

for a ny Deia o irrgl t,m Be.eh r,. fli~iul -- *ike tUt 6 1iiie"Th, bnta ,hort 'to pl age dthe inuino," aln d..;, wom whon the ep incedst ---ur .. andding ,a.. Sunda
'l_' ) f, ..Si. c a l a e w hu ar bu k ,, .l.e f r- M i
S iS go" -, t -?'. i T. P Ct ti T 0 was ei s ; t "t f.is The Bi r a o gv a

at i.-r -1 bin lista ll-re is nI h-ia-i -.3~ -MIR I -E hea dltfl stIulut o the1 urinar o rgans. the ATiz CALL5HA

11-" t' ......1 ci"i at u y'r "'d tn" t' "--.-... .... ...' desir"able',,,:, 0
,- d ehtild h.is I,. e-- --- t Fo sa"e b all 'ru.". % .. .. DealerI

its. I.l we ld.w bs i- i 2

Vi.-a in L t& (6 It.s...n-ttat.., .lEN. .
vote 0as -- TIft., -t a% Ip'ii f-' IIst--a Di-d _r AP.AT
-h -ot-.------ -f -'IJ unl.- h p.;-1 l-'8 Oa

:(,JEA,.1111,t-L.t? I"C. 'tucl r fd5.- wu.u-mu f-_ 'rl~z. 5_-ton,, 1i-to eeto. tiia an deatuh fki[6"t 4to" ness .. Cji'k n e'c~qHalcr rn To Jai fwrom P9.ta t1 0.5,, n
,w o tnJ, - ... In-. ,nd .. .. I1.Vv ,d~v TJ ,, of txr enn c- ta l Dcr-, .n Los,'fmmoy prnli- 30
7 f01 I l l }i W. io l- I 1w1i the 9.50in' -L M ~I $f IflftD~,IvlnayE isos TSLE pno

Jf.lur,' eaa~hm wh. in th'e+ Ut n,; -.. al,,ea ut he',+ t:Ol>.ie8f0-.igst objectin t tw jta r .na e+,t tlrioi .t- tl-' Yoe exrion With rathe,, ;m, Sivr Sprin & ,, Lee.ru,
-, .. ..I,' -" e"-,-vh'n""( ...!-." "... .. ''' i" .. tm-l'4t i isi- Dltigfe? .s'~ led boat Corn pancy~n's S6..n!5 --r o 8' I',' Lesb rg
St S, -I o L da,
.I'... ..ibellm-""1-ll- it i 1a ik lean i bef and tire org-n6c t t g all r u r ri'k-i sE.t Iy r"i''- TU r da 1 S.4t itrkand nor nnd't
15" D. q.o .ta C.a t-c41',._ untu Ai'f, ntt Li n n -o i
121. ltIt. e -le iI ei h Sin orio.jvr ous ..e. e.e..but...TT

agis-I~'.r -jeT, 3 sh ,"e Jer-. I? hi n,'rese t- .i-Th6tItf, byra short.aide uco~!ns.d)~ dla; ewBec h ucaeorrt and a~m.,pa u daily6Xi a0p4 A4m n.1t
iw..erot~~a: of the ,,. l p mo' ., Lm

t.r t 7,,g i o- eh the,- c..e.t -- t r n t-n if the A T O K SL 'R.
AtW timed to the tll T tWsade 'eln 703) tat i -'7.s 3o d ,0 k a r Oin .
lzio remtv Man)i la C Mpm o rtd 8.a5 n,h M al eep
an t.] ![ k'a -- ytipie -opt I|A])v trk- po p et nanad
i.r atl- aow em, w "e ) -1.- .... .. .4- a&&;.'.." 'ngeto s 98io 'll] f. c u ty e

WINse bkua e~s ,j s lu ac ,.,r ,:fta l,;. ~tta ,+i o n, ctbg deals Fortibl the ... aT ect.
par vjjuv,.1 5.3.5u 8a m-,h am ~nlstnn
21..~. .4 e ILI] -uid ct 6. k" .1.3 pDiN, 46pf

at,.. --* J4.t, ), '. .-.. but ,1 e.. .. i, (is tv iro t~tk ats- 10.5a m. In h l F R
for- the' jt-ic cv j- lv' Hil) u -" fraw the Wihe York~l~n and Ftmr-dn ,- Stotau-!~ Ls, m mr prm!- .(5p m
') ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ld --,rit is I ..- ] -I I. ofr Dr. J. J.' :V, ar .1- Inot]V1aSID A IVRS 2O
ao--u~ -- 'e **- Q . L. '" "" Tla "fl'"() 1u u]_ -' dc- c .e r , l-t}ie rlr ore 5d.3g0e piic le: a ddso
'c 0, 'e t. e ei'l. n -lnd.. G ._1e,'I he : -l .. to ,11- e. n_. e,_.. "- ..I... ._ ... ,i"l." or ..-U.- a da n~ ~wma"t d vr ig'froh:Se& '~''usI s

dJ,;, th of el --.'-m~~~~~~~~~~~~~lj alt oui t't aftxeri er'waacno lliklnv;iereau itspeerk out .-w'-th" -an"d 1'.,| rit "'.., .,,:..r -a ...n. ..lorTurday ,Inland-d y mStenl

) ;.'d ~-eat i sa in taidl iaD?!e sin to V =ffIle FlwI -- laa io-.T I~ ~ n me.io% that was.n co sure ai 1. i t ie.t- et~ b1,. nL, rtI,'c fro eStr. Otrv'-

- k vhimtt sifsiat so': 3 ir z re" b'A w aiia' F JI hLton' tiorbe wper ded, it may, n tee is.snul oo.ni ..v -* fi.. John
- --'.' .'.. c. u" t-. e. et a. e ore N WOOLDItIDIE. Druggist, -aturday; from vana
.. .. Ordor'by ii.,regular-priue. [ap--ly r -. ..-
Shp -tor ooMa
i tww. I __j} lU eT ''iO C trIT'I0"" lu ilt t w, I A a W%
'.0 .i~~coi 1i-flv i Ift S.-Lkw

wh,,. -, -IRQ F. Co "pr
.. e. 15,-air4
11.nlrn t'AJ. the 4i wi4." o._.4 t h. al-1'1Y k "
d ~ l~ ~zohap-tsrj oi*4+ p h" I i" VliM, ....eh sx a f1 ne"cusof his imaL" '
j, Aiex ag fo .rfyjgp5pft A'tt"rYlorida id tfedco 14 bibn iitntxViueujg
jtwu'd ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~h itil oubwanrmm~ ~~d~fiuije-~-ts& n:'ta rfjtf lit'p kV11 D. E. Al12
C6144e q['il 1Vt~ ta 'a*13S-.Mt 1a i -p
a p^s fit'cf^
*- Wer.i s',a Ipe- ,qm In. f n.tbm.em t count wh o reIb. I, j oi u t, T'
rT i -in -e-a t -on- ti-ib~ L. Pv 1g 11j
0 If Uoirvb Uei o -e- .o, ,-,,,o not -a -, o .o "v rzi'. -O--- S 2, T. 1i 6.i I 1. 1 1, ., ":'A
*'I Llr r- !swt8ro11 e -- s-v$ hatii n biedanh "n es' 'why t he ta o nt N OIi. U .-.
m ofuhen 4 sa c. e-O timedi should assme. I intend no. _S.LObe iore trustworthy 'o M {a 1. .
.te .a-'oufI-.oat& oai .. -. ,.. one. aapacty thaa the t c u Bu o ride nce upon, and ealtivAio i -immed settft w .
^; W ^,^d ^nglo- the|njo iona islpp$thic,- nowledoe aytha is gh/neraliy Wt ti t H iu-"g 07^1
--. I. pilk" -, w'...fl .nn .' ;t t reau'o tstw e 'ilstiu3 ly aong t ei n thei land, viz: -i r o o n to moake fi n e ou .
l ; T I I :^ l ,so -- 'ei --ted ". ,. l' ,osttnio .-me bv an c..,.., t-'*^ "* tlt To .vn ip l ys -th R ,"ge 173.tr climrE me ad e g otl. eft
o '"I?r tnc Aet lnoD ethtxae, inf t a-ne wo.. L. 1. Pui-n -,um, K. ays. FL .li, and. mdade tle -
,.+ e' Foiwe~t.,: .. reaieh tiw rl u. t ie with his chances of A e locate at convention, and I presute and John D. Ship.,,rd. ,,t L' vy fore .. cda C erk'a1nit Co.t .
S hsi e tr ,-u-oi... jnd t -tnTlieusmeiness ienof Jaekovle, ac d.i-ous .. to be .come.membe rs j.l .- L. A. lBARNi Bronon, Fla., onSatr rdav Iti, 2,'188 i
e^^ ~ --'^ ^^ Ipn -Caevenh vize de.civ G.a b Sg^^^^e^
1 e ,, _. rO.. 191 -0.trim),,.11( ft I<.(41d .. .,un c. -,>wv Re,4ter. Miln- Id. M fox D ',
u%' O rii xet t e lnoeratb as well. a4a nh on__-~ -R~itr -a C oilu d d~f~t*S~
a.. oe 0r r R u i sd ary were vet. tht I-do n, ,know who .----A Se.. 2,, T. 12, .S. -. ..
..h.j th iom.a'",ther .-. b any filtane ss for the tfao LA. n o thnaeh oeodne W.. Gup on
,, h,-t.a2. u iig i-axsing a'e '- 'olid a 'ay, has -i NOTICE. H H nainerso tboa fofloie gwxt.e... to r-,e
,i a tina --The-Pensakla e-bztte he otdassume. I intend no- di U.S. LN O -Vo "'' "
,CA- ha a to, ut i th ner- o 'h : ., a" b.t thend GAtNFA' 1 o.E, FLA., Junet i 2l, i_,1H. -. H Tn l
.-- ,,__ ., of It eie weich oesieht to any one, but t formnatit i e. -+ , e L
Ch'ngeath tc" g e Nqlc is htr".'. given th.t thle 4of L-s h ,a.
ia L..., td. ing l othe ., #s: .D. .. f t.. t$4D) n am )lnr ,p t eed llILlon iillt O u
Par:-n, Clr Ci'i .our. lit XM.
HuP) his I 1,oo ,, ~ a -n oior e
{i;e,'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~e .erst of stt '- wor r.e...~ 1 ijwinu.ilroo_""J .' no,.e o
-lJlt, citap o't+of the4 Jly1.. C" pa-' -" IcC of... th tkv1tITZ e b +to ~ nevcen o, e'a, efeta wier" 4itanFL's,.( on,,! Mi-nr-y. -Jly29 ,t l~ h S'4 AdJTJVTA GA, 'Mt 1 a y I-.
e- 4
f.fS &phr'in,, ,ah a wideheud, t.'1 WetS F re, e-inn, 1 nd ou __ D 11aft. vh Clmektinoy 4H l -'t
_P- t. o t I 1 ,nibi C, lSm t Ln 13 je L. tet-n i ing 'di Goy Itl yhe 1. itto
t- if u tha t hel isq~ t h uim n e,y knwed ge andn ie~ s .perll s411Ft of 4i~z~y ofl 29 I-2 r.r .

+"4t 4 e NV.M Ff, 1& i P. 1 .. 01i6 '
Wf. of( S E.... inf ue 40
~i~& ~ l? ted:''"' constitution, h-awed by any I2 .a-lh.f~oia~iinse~i rv'Iws a ~ ~ e~i

Mket, eY4,.) MY on' ff"
L ,-- es n, ad LThe lMaaianiAls Coui'erS ic IVn likely to be assembled, ou4 is Iibl- iv'Nvixil-r' upon, and iti o awll- 16f-ai llet siff $baynvy wit!HV var

-t d" 11':'. '
. 4ISZ'a1?. /, lrMd ,fI. W -$. oi C -.la fr... .de n eeta St"phO H H. d As to the W4-. k tble.
P ubu 11 Jpj10 rendaIa em-r
Mpiust Wee n to h heW"'~ nde'r which its ae -s
M!A~~tI 1 'PuM 4'& T-Il uts onrt~
..... a th no.at~ .n..ii..-... Tb# coA Q 6g theM assembly was~ W. 0 w, (JAMLAND, ~t~en ,.
tuJi. ~Pt ~ c;utg s t MA W 'fof Pthe ntdnrove. Fgin~. tc'eng- mi
-, 7.

VA -\xAY(V.I;OSSs-, S10__LflNE. ,
O',, < fi.-r Df mberth, I,881, Passen-
'-:r 'lil"lNii'n \hii run over tr 'Way'ross Short
Lint ,, a- tx llowss: ". '-'
FA-ST MT.I. EtlEsBa.
LI-,av,:.ick-sonville... 9.00 a iii 5.410 p) m
-,..ilarKi-v.JFla.Tr-n i'tR.R.) 7.45 a im
'i-, '*am. ." .. -'. 8.10 a n
(T, .._ n ill- .. .. *,-.10.55 a m
'ml:lm ..a.. '" 7.101) p m
.Ai iv., WV.cioss .... 11.57 atm -9.38 p m
L I-----...-... 1.20p 'm,'11.40 pm
1;r,'-tnvick ... (,.0,p'm :.' .ft3o a m
i:vluinih....... 3.(40 ni 2,35 a mn
L. ;.r t.silton 9.10 p i'"'; 9'05 a mn
A \IIlstat ........ 12.14 ai '1' 4i 5 p min
Ma. n .. .... ..75 I p.m :: 7.0'o a m
At ila ita...... ..- 3.50 / 12 .5o p m
Louisville...... 8.0o a in
('ii,-inn.mti -- '7. oanm -
\Va t-li ...i p 9 9. ulo "h.L'L
.;.jtii..,re .... 12,2 p, nu 12.0115 1 .
N, w Y ,:,ik'k lli iit,..(:rL-p'esi)'.a'4. J.p l'
.. Ln^-.:;*v [res I 6,).e" -& ..,
N. ^ *Tln!..... ....... -; ,, ,
O '* i St ai..I ..i..,, ........ 4 *7,00 p 1 M :'- "
7o'&H ,m.h--, ..','... :.;,_*d^1.;',. *Syt aa~m : .''.
Wo Tewtork -... .. .iji.^ P .4 -
/to W i~:.ington ... ... -- ..,:,
'To 'f. i, .t. o a
To 8t. .,Ils......... ... . , -
S .THI.OGH,, .. -

r PaeAngers taking. -a"'
reminun in ,)he ciii"' "ur'i1
\a-nn.|h. i\.t10neoiniu .daily .iriL:t1>.i'-t r i 7^.^ *'
Paror 41DratLing OR' x 'J

SPullli,,!u slt.-p;trIor ,Tu York'. -7 .- ,.'.' -;
Tib- R,.itrst ran'.ut&:' atw &.icto t,&etbahik
aitfrfrd-s tiii,),. c-.umfoirt n. y... an y.
OnlJy ,,uI cLaugc. ofcaf New Y.o ri.
Pa'etcgers going to Mci.dfinmeiy aad New. '
Orleais 1-lta<- the e-venng t1ift '-." --
P.l'sigt-us, f',rtiu line of Tyansit Railroad
t:;,k.: ibE t-rinu i Ca llahall -
Pa -..-.ng..-r' f- ro.i, line tof Jacksoai]le, Pei-
;ac. '1.1 :muJ Moi.ilh .Raiiroad either take trainn
at +-AID .
iit Live (~k fleeing 2.20'p. m.Lnmt.-a~aiving
at S;Ivi,};.th at 2,3aa. ru., .or n at .Aaok-
,:,rinvijt,, living ait 9.00 a it.taiil ittkving,'
at Sa-.anunab it. 3.40 p. ma. '
C(:-nrnt.ctinat Savannah with- steamers
tfor Nw Yourk, PhiahdelphiaA,.ostoi .,and
r>:-di~ nore.' '' .
Con',<.eting tat 'harlestaon with stfaj' era
for N w Y4I-k, Pbiladelphia iid Basiucore-,
Tmr1i 'ii kf-l sold to all points by
Railroad Sil(-naship cintections, arid Bg-
gage Cheek-ed} thrtiugh. Al-oi SldeJiig Cars
i.bri'ths nai nd 1ti -a securet- at- Comupamy'a
-Ofice in. Astor's building, 84g,. ay gteet. and -
D-pot Tie Also at depot Ticket- offil&4 df Florid,
T-1i RalJrmoad at. WaidpcGaineeville, Ce-
^. kI^ ?, "J.^PERAYTON.
" it. -' Ti et Agens.
S, kt. .-on iUle, FlAIda. -
. w, *, .^ +*.^ .*--_
S,.lIDA tCentra'i-A& WesW .-
F IItirit d( ComIpany.,
* ~ c; t FL'~xi~ji A., Ins A I

W& .TARID ",. '-
Nio ". 30A1. -. ,?
Acoza ,;-. d-o
A. .x. f ,,
5:15 7:a4 .Le h "
6:80 8:40 Ar.iajdwia ."
k.'UirAi ( A_ aL Sk. .

* c "O -4 0 4*. : ,
. -- .+.;-..%- o ,.5S 15 .
Passenger tr4an aiYes Ja tsonville 1 1. m0-
an.irve tB-aldwitn J'jO-4 a m. ".
Retnmi,;. ffayves Baldwin *3:45 pvs2,,- '
Bvos at JaeIksonvile 3:30 f mjo.tahkirg dSevp-
eotliqNt.-io-s .-ith: Florid Transit RailroadA'1
tor (iaiiaeexille1 Ocala, Le4bbnr -and Cedat j'
Keys, -* i -
-, LsE P-fl @N RGJ. N T 'tAINS.
At Jacka"oville with Wavycrosp Short
Line, for idl-oints North and 'West'witha
tho Fernandina ,and Jaoka&nvile.-Rai-6ad,
for Fernandiaa, and with teamfers for all-
poinik, on the St Johns Rivdr. I
At Baldwin with the Flori4a 'Irnami-.ail-
road f-t &U all South Florida; Iekiaitaha liv-
3r, or Gulf points. i
At Live Oak, by trains 41s.5 and 6 with;
the Savannah, Flouida 91-.Wester ia3il-
road for Albany-and Sava]na.
At Ta'lahiasee with St a#t4 ,BranchEail.
roa on Tueisdaiys, Thursmaywand'Satirdays.
At C(hattahoochee Riv4 yith tameas-
Thattaboochee on Sun ti l d erigbam
OIn. Thursday fow'--A l.icola,'.ind re-.
uring on Tuesdays an S ,aturday for oj
imbue, Ga. Pr'p. LntD, .'
W. M, DAVIDS.0 / ..
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Come, corn?," said the shabby man.
"you're too old a bird to be taking on
like this. Come along quiet."
I pleaded and threatened, but to no
purpose. A crowd of street arabs were
following at our hecl, and people pass-
ing by stopped to l.ok and smile.
. "I have been a fool," I protested fran-
tically, "but no more than that."
/ "'It was rather lame in you," said my
shabby captor, "but, the smartest of you
slip once or twice in a life time."
I was finally allowed to order a double
cairiage so that all three of us might
ride,t9 the central police station, in this
manner avoiding the humiliation of be-
ing dragged along the sidewalk.
At the station I was searched. It can
readily be understood that on a wedding
trip I carried'no business letters or other
papers of identification. The only name
in my pockets was on that card which
Evans had given me.
In this card my two captors and the
several other detectives present appeared
particularly interested.
S"The same to a T," said my shabby
acquaintance. "Getthe telegram and
,let's see."
The telegram was from the chief of
police of Philadelphia:
Arrest Link Murphy, alias Stoop
Meadows, confidence man, forger, safe
expert and murderer. One thousand
dollars reward. He is twenty-eight
years old, brown curly hair and stoops
slightly, He was in Chicago two days
ago, but believed to have left there for
Cincinnati to-day. Just before he left
here Monday night called at job print-
ing. office for cards ordered, that morna.
ing. There was only one, -which -had

A dream lay on the rim
G the horizon far and dim,
Where the sea and sky together
Shut in the golden weather;
The ships with stately ease,
Close to the steady breeze, \
Drew on, and on, -and on,
Pierced the limit and were gone.

I Presidential election years are proverb-
fally bad on sport, and amusement enter,*

Arizona naturalists affirm that the
dreaded Gila monster is gradually be-
coming extinct before the march of civi-
Chile is importing Short-horns from
England, and the whole South American
country is reviving and improving the
cattle industry.

The aggregate capital surplus of the
companies which have been buying Lake
Superior mines and transportation in-
terests is in the neighborhood of $50,-
000,000, and, what causes the Boston
Transcript to marvel, not a dollar of it
is water.

There are not less than twenty-five
factories in the State of Maine where
green corn is. put. up by the hundred
thousand cans. The New York Recorder
asserts that more sweet corn and'better
s, weet corn can be raised to the acre in
Maine than anywhere on earth.

A Canadian electrician states that
Electricity causes the tides and demon -
atrates it by electrifying a rubber comb
'by rubbing it through the hair and then
drawing it over the.top of a glass filled
with water, the result being that the
tidal wave follows the comb.

The Boston Transcript suggests that it
would be a happy thing for Europe if
,the Franco-German duel could be fought
in Africa. Recent news that the alltgel
interference of Germany ina Dahomey
will form the subject of a serious diplo-
matic controversy suggests some *uch
possibility. .Africa seems destined tq be
the arena of bloodshed long after bloody
reprisals are discredited in Europe.
E3pgland herself fights bloody campaigns
in Africa, and eves the last exploring of
S hers under Stanley waded ankle-deep ina
native gore. Then think what a gain it
would be to have the old cities of France
and Germany, with their architectural
monuments, escape injury, along with
the crops and homes of the thrifty,
hard-working country folks of both
The man who was really the founder
of the ca-operative system in trade died
recently at Bisham'Abbey, in England,
at the age of eighty-three. Mr. Vansit-
tart Neale was educated at Oxford with
Mr, Gladstone. At the age of thirty-
nine he convinced himself that the so-
lution of the labor problem was to be
found in c.-eration, and for forty-four
a '-ev edheimself to the pro-
motion of the movement. "He founded
in succession two societies, one a Cen.
tral Agency, the forerunnerr of the pres-
a' nt Wholesale Society of England. The.
.original agency failed, but its successor
has shown the correctness of the found-
r's idea. His various experiments
drained his own fortune, but he peristed
and gave to the movement assistance
which could not have been obtained for
money. Modest and unpresuming, he
devoted himself to his object so quietly
that few Englishmen really were aware
of -his existence, though none who knew
him failed to honor him. His natural
instinct was for the life of a wealthy
require, but his devotion to this principle
overbore that. Efis defect was over-
confidence in human nature; but disap-
' pointment neither soured nor daunted
him, and he died in the belief that co-
operation is she industrial instrument of
the future.

Chittese do not take all their money
away, states Rev. C. R. Hager in the
Missionary Herald. "The Chinese liv-
ing in. America have so often been
accused of carrying home to China all
the money. earned by them' in this coun-
try that perhaps a statement of the
liberality with which those who have be-

come Christians give to home and foreign
missions will not be amiss. We find
that, with a membership of 161 in the
various churches of Califormnia the
OChinese have raised $6290.40 for all
benevolences, or $39.7 for each mem-
ber. For the expenses of their own
association they have given $2029.90, or
$12.60 a member. For home missions
the apnount raised and expended has been
S$1913.45, or $11.83 per member, while
for foreign missions they have given
S$2118.10, or $13.5.4 per member, an
amount which, if equalled by all the
members ot our churches, would not only
put $1,000,000 into the treasury ot the
American Board, but $6,863,505.28
annually more tnan all the missionary
societies of the United States contribute
Sto foreign missions. The Chinese have
dadqe an ext* dinary effort this year to
raise money 14rder to build a chapel
.in Canton, and* have secured $1913.-15
for this purpose. But suppose we-deduct
this sum, we find that they still give tc
Foreign missions $638.80, or $3.96 per
; member, which, if made .the basis of
o, Contributions for the American Board
. "by all Congregationalist% would. 'give us
'- $2,007,054.72 for the work of evangelize
A g'-tho hec(then."

Ireland has occupied one-half of the
British House of Commons during the
last twelve years.

One-half of the West Point cadets are
obliged to wear glasses, it is said. The
state of affairs, according to a scientific
authority, is largely due to the fact that
the barracks are lighted by electricity
instead of gas.

The rumors that the Empress Freder.
ick and her son, the German Kaiser, do
not get on well together are quite with-
out foundation. In fact, in Germany,
the accepted idea is that the country is
in reality ruled by Hei Majesty, and that
Kaiser Wilhelm takes no step without
first consulting his mother.

King Humbert, of Italy, has written a
letter in which he asks that the ex-
pressed intention of his subjects to gather
subscriptions for a gift to himself and
the Queen on the occasion of their silver
wedding inoApril next shall be changed
so as to 'have the funds applied to vari-
..'table institutions and objects.
< Seech like this," exclaims the
1 .1 Picayuue, "is better than the
fa^, golden silence."

The fishery dispute in Bering Sea
seems likely tc be settled by the seals
themselves, without the arbitrators
This season the seals have almost entirely
abandoned their usual haunts round the
famous Pribylov Island, and, unless this
desertion is temporary,, the sealing in-
dustry in Bering Sea may be considered
practically dead.' Sealing experts de-
clare that the seals have followed the
Japanese warm current, which this year,
from some unknownri cause, has been de-
flected toward the south, off the Aleutian
archipelago. The fish 6n which the
seals feed hlive mostly in this, warm cur-
The death in the White House of Mrs.
Harrison makes the second case in the
history of the Executive Mansion in
which the wife of a President has died
there. A little more than a half century
ago, on September 10, 1812, Letitia
Christian Tyler, first'wife of President
John Tyler, died in the .White House.
She had entered it in delicate health,
unable to perform the social duties of
the place, but her death, nevertheless,
came as a surprise and a shock to the
country. The tolling of the church
bells the following day announced her
death. The funeral ceremonies took
place in the East Room. Two Presidents
dlso have died 'ih the White House.
William Henry Harrson, the President's
grandfather, ended his days there just
.one month after his inauguration.
Zachary Taylor, the old Mexican war
hero, also died in the White House ni
July of the second year after his in.
auguration. There have been a few
other deaths in the historic building, of
which deaths two were of members of
the President's family circle. Lincoln's
little boy, "Tad," died there, and so did
Frederick Dent, Mrs. Grant's father.
During President Arthur's administra-
tion the Hawatian Minister suddenly fell
at a New Year's reception and died in a
very short time. i ;

A Philadelphian, the manager of well.
known metal works on Callowhill street,
has organized a society for the eating oel
horseflesh. He insists that the nder.
taking shall not be greeted with ridicule,
as it is the experience of himself and
twenty-five fellow-members that horses
flesh can be made into very appetizing
dishes. The society, which draws its
voluntary membership from Cincinnati,
Philadelphia, Chicago, Pittsburg and
other cities, is to meet once in three
months and eat a horse dinner. Among
the members are Captain F. I. Kelly, of
Pittsburg, who, while on the "trek" in
South Africa during the diamond ex-

eitement, was reduced to eating horse-
flesh' and liked it; Clyde M. Allen, of
Cincinnati, whom circumstances forced
to make several meals ot his own horse
during an expedition in the far Aorth-
west; and Henry H. Fulton, of Chicago,
whose experience was obtained during
siege of Paris. "My own friendship for
this maligned food," says the founder,
S"dates from the breaking of the engines
belonging to the steamer St. Kilda on
the Indian Ocean ten years ago. The
ship was carrying a number of Australian
horses, from Sidney to Bombay, when
she met with. the accident. I was one
of the crew, and when our provisions
gave out, we tackled those horses. I tell
you they beat salt junk and weevily bis-
cuits, and when we were eventually
taken in tow by a friendly vessel, we
were fatter by several inches, in spite of
our long drift." He adds ihat "great
difficulty was experienced in inducing
any restaurant keepen to serve us with
the dinner we, want." These men tear
that heir business would be ruined if
it were to leak" out that they cooked
horseflesh. Finally, however, a down-
town caterer, who, as a soldier in the
war, ate horse himself, agreed to gratify
us, on condition that we kept his name

and he is to reach here at 6:10-one hour
and twenty minutes to wait."
Gradually I reasoned to the conclu-
sion that this must betho work tof Link
Murphy himself. That wa the telegratin
he had sent Mr. Pearson-a message that
was brinu2ng the old gentleman on post
haste to Cincinnati.
I was too happy to care for my shabby
friend's disappointment or profanity. I
positively smiled at the thought of
what he would do when he learned that
I was really not Link Murphy, and that
the real Link Murphy had swindled him
out of $100.
There is little more to be said. Mr.
Pearson, taking hold of the case in a
businesslike way, soon straightened the
matter out. I was kept in custody two
days in comfortable quarters under
guard, postponing the marriage just that
long. I was happy and miserable, of
course, until I walked out a free man,
and then I was altogether happy. I even
forgave quite heartily my shabby friend,
the detective. .
The night of the wedding we found,
among scores of letters and telegrams of
congratulations, this note:
"Mr. and Mrs. Parker M. Leonard:-
I wish you a long useful and happy
life together. Be good enough in your
happiness to forget and forgive the suf-
fering I have caused you, and to accept
the hearfelt congratulation of JouH
LOYD EvANS."-Chicago Herald.

Uses of Cottonseed Oil.
Atfirst cottonseed oil was tried as a
substitute for all the more expensive oils.
It is intermediate between the "drying"
and "non-drying" oils, so that it is dif-
ficult to substitute it for linseed oil,
which should dry quickly, and still more
difficult to adapt it for lubrication, where
a perfect non-drying oil is required. By
different processes of refining and man-
ipulating it succeeded, in a small way,
in both of these fields, but its
greatest success wag at first as a sub-
stitute for, or adulteration of, olive
oil. In 1872 the production of cot-
tonseed oil in -the United States
was 2,250,000 gallons, half of which
was exported, mostly in a crude state,
to Italy, France and Spain, where it
was refined and made into "olive oil."
The business flourished on this de-
mand tintil1S80, when the production
was 10/,006,000 and the export 7,000,-
000, gallons. Olive growing countries
becoming alarmed at the extent of th..
cotton oil trade, levied heavy duties
upon this product, and thus for a time
depressed the business, reducinE our ex-
ports for the fiscal year of 1882-3 to less
than 500,000 gallons, though the pro-
duction had grown steadily up to 19,-
000,000 gallons.
Refined cotton oil i3 still used in
Europe for adulterating olive oil, and
also used in the pure state as a substi-
tute by the poorer classes in Southern
Europe. It is used in Holland in the
manufacture of butter and cheese, and
in America in the manufacture of butter
substitutes. It is largely used in all
countries for seaqp-making, one of the
most widely advertised brands of soap
containing it in large,proportions. But
the most important use,%( cotton oil now
is the, manufacture of "fetined lard" in
tha United States. .
Stated in a general way, the process
of making refined lard consists' in press-
ing the. oil out of pure lard and supply-
ing its place with cotton oil, which is
cheaper than the lard oil replaced. Oil
is expressed from the caul fat of beef,
and the residue, known as oleo-stearine,
is mixed with the above compound ty
make it firm and to bring it up to iWl
specific gravity and melting point to
those of pure lard. Cotton oil generally
enters into the programme to the extent
of forty per cent. The United States De*
apartment of Agriculture has taken up
the subject of lard compounds under the "
general head of "Food and Food Adul-
terations," and a most careful review of
the work done in this line, with a full
discussion ot the physical and chemical
properties of lard, cotton oil and other
substances used in the compounds, has
been published.-Engineerin.Magazine.

Summer in Mexico. "
The Indian summers of the Mexican
tablelands closely resembles those of the
southern Alleghenies, but in the land of
our next neighbors that outing weather
lasts from.September to the middle of
April. New York is celebratedian the
greenwood shade.
On the day before Christmas night the
streetss are enlivened by a gay proces-
sion of masked characters, figures repre-
senting the pastures, or shephards of
Bethlehem, receiving the -glad tidings
of the angelic messengers. Next comes
* the Tres Reyes, or "three kings," with

their cargo of miscellaneous presents,
arid a company of jugglers brings up the
rear with a assortment of trained
animals, including a trick donkey, that
insists on kicking the image of Herod.
carried at the end of a long pole. The
youngsters revel in outdoor sports for a
week, during which the weather often
remains absolutely cloudless.--Cincin-
nati commercial Gazette.

It Opened a Mine.
SCopalguin, in the.State of Durango.
Mexico, is much excited over the fall of
an immense aerolite that occurred near
there the other day. The lower classes
consider the event with superstitious
alarm. The meteorite struck a hillpand
plowed a furrow six or eight feet deep
down its side into a ravine, a distance of
100 yards. An enterprising American
miner examipin g the path of the aerial
yionster immediately afterward found
that it had exposed to view a rich vein
of silver ore. He took up a claim with-.
out c^lay, and is already taking out ore
in large quantities.-Picayune.

A Natural Icehouse.
There is a point near the fa mour
Stony Cave, in the Catskill Mountains,
New York, where ice may be found on
any day in the year. This locality is
.locally known as the Notch, ,ani is
walled in on all sides by stcepmnountains,
some of which are more than 3UO fee(
,high.-St. Louis Republic.

WVind ot the wanin: year,
W'hoi whisperings glide q,: chill,
How tle 'reJ, lait roses fear
"T'he dewdrops ye wautonly spill!
Hark through the golden hazi
Of the autumn dreary day,
Ail echoing music s.trays,
Like the ghost of a rouudeldy.
Over the gorgeou heights
\"ere the ugo ar nla"'le flanme
V.'.tb a fire that swiftly blight.,
Like a passion betin.;ed with shame-
Donrra the .linini: treams
SWith their faded willow fring,?;
In fields where the purple glearnms
S: Of a.sters na';e golden ro crin.--.
Ever I hear it ,rml *
tVith a .-w?et yrt lethal thrill;
-., 'midst crul- now, inioull,,
'I L" lost pilgrim smile-, celd ani still.
-WVilliani tStrutr.--, in ll ?reait. p ree Pea's.


A blind imau-T-he dealer in window
Secoudin(l the motiou-Taking lhe
time iof a *printer.- 1'rutlh.
Don't be deceived b)y the bi orange.
Likte ac urch bell, it is mostly peel.-
Boton Transcript.
Since all the wall' sastagc and At.] i
held it up. h:e must therefore be th-- big.
gcst thief on record.
Many a man thinks he can real n
Woman like a book till he triei to shuL
her up.-Philadelphia Times.
A restaurant mutton chop nievr- looki
halt so sleepish as the waiter wh) serve-
the micrjscapic object.-New Yor.c
HFlow soon the millennium would comK
if the good things people intend to do
to-morrow were only done to-day!-
Ram's Horn.
Parker-"I know a girl who married
a Chinaman." Mr.s. Parker-"IMercyI
How could she?" Parktr --"She was
Chinese herself."
"Silence is golden," thought" the
newsboy, when the custominer handed
him a five-dollar piece in mistake tor .a, .
.new cent.-Truth.
"Why do you suppose Mrs. Flyer
wears such loud clothes?' "So she won't
hear her husband growl about the Lills,
I su oppose. "-In ter -Oceau.
Wife (proudly exhibiting her ne. hat'
-"Why my dear, you seem to be as-
tonished." Husband-"Yes; but not
surprised."-New York Journal.
Poet-"I have a little poem here, sir,
that has been indited'--" "Well, sir, [
would be glad to see it convicted, but
I can't try it.".-Life's C.alendar.
Every woman is sorry for some other
woman on account of something hei
husband told her about the other
woman's husband.-Atchison Globe.
. The reason why a woman always addS.
a postscript .to'her letter is .because she .
is bound totajethe last word if she had
Abwrite it heAlf..-Bstonu Transcript;
She speaks, he understand her not,
4lc;1ciga&'heis no tool;
You see, the only French she's got
iShe learned at boarding school.
I -New.York Sun.
"I-wonderwhy he didn't kiss me
when I accepted him?" '-Prehaps he
thought the occasion demanded some-
thing unusual from him."-Life's Calen- ,
"Sophtie is badly troubled with dys-
pepia." "That's because he is solgul-
lible." "What has that todo with it?"
"He swallows everything."-New York!
Watts-"This has been a great year
for recod bre baking." Potts--"Hasn't
it, though? Mudge paid me $2 he bor-
rowed, for instance."-Indiinapolis
Journal. .
The secret of oratory consists in the :
power of so expressing yourself that
others may be induced to do things
which you do not want to do yourself.-',
Boston Transcript. '
He (at 11:30 i. m.)-"Your father h
an awlul jofly old chap, isn't he? Can't ',
you arrange it so that I can meet him?
She-"Yes; just stay half an hour
longer."-New York Herald. "'
Husband (aoing off on a hunt)-"I
know I'll miss you while 'm away,
dearest." Wife-"Of course you will.
You always miss everything when you
are off hunting."-Brooklyn Life.
Lady-"Bridget, I suppose you know
how to take care of cut glass, donjt
you." Bridget-"Indade, ma'am, an' I
do. I'm always perticler to put all the
broken glass in the ash bin."-Chicago

The conscience fund has been swelled
by the receipt of two cents, which the
sender acknowledges having made some
years ago by reusing a postage stamp
that had not been canceled. i This is al-
most two Ventsitive.- Philadelphia
Ledger. '
HusbLnd-"Helen, what's wrong
with this pie crust? It doesn't hbftf
cover the pie." Helen-"Why, dealr-
dst, I asked your mother all. about hpw
to make them to suit you, and she said
to make the crust very phort."-Chicago
He was an old merclhant who devoted
much time to advertising. "John," *
said his wife, "what do you, want put
on your tombstone?" "Oh," he an-
swered, "it isn't important what the
text is, so long as It gets good sEace and
is well displayed. "-General aMlnager.

An Appropriate Name.
The founders ot Phoenix, Ariz-na,
"builded better than they knew" in
naming their infant-town. In some re*
cent excavations there the ashes of pre-
historic residents were found inclosed in
urns. By the way, this evidence of the
practice of urnu burial by our predeces-
sors, if not by our ancestors, takenin
connection wita our recent discoveries,
should silcnce the complaint that this
Country has no .ait.-- an Fia-ncisco
C Chronicle. -.- :_ ...- -.


The headlands in the sheeti
Of orchards waxing greet,
Were like billows of rare bloop;
The air was all perfume; ,
Ureat sea-birds overhead
On silent pinions sped4 ;
.All was so sweet and cal ,
*That mere living was a alm.'
But somewhere, far aay, .
A hint of sorrow lay; ,
A vague, deep longing stirred;
Some strain, as yet unheard
,(Of music strange, to shake
The heart till it should break).
Was just beyond thefa rim
Of the horizon far add dim.

0 land! 0 sky! O',sea!
Is there no peaca for mI ? m.
Wtiat shadowy drei is this
That hovers rounday-bliss?
Far as my ,tlsid '
My tide opl .flws,
What lies, byou rim .
Of the horizol pd ,di a.? I
-Maurice Thdnr t.,.Uq Century.

THE WR 1,-
p r l..r.

Swe plul been taken as a proof lor himto correct..
Chicagid e took this with him. It was in old
aman about english type on bevel edged white card,
six years Ilso gilt edged. When he left here
I V brown, c' ore light overcoat, dark felt hat and
s shoulders ay trousers.
|stooped, I listened to this as to my doom. I
light overs bewildered and desperately dis-
Sdark felt b lrtened. What would my bride do
I was a y, nm to-morrow came and no lovers
about t -a1hen I thought over the matter, pay-
years old,wit little attention* to the conversation
curly hair, e detectives, I caught the words
slgh I g h t:I and "deserved it." I wondered
wearing a !co nnection" they could have with
coat and a dark. felt hat. ease.
I noticed with some inter i "Yes," my shabby friend was, saying,
several points of coincide ery clever fellow, seemed .to me.
finally, in order to get a squar ed to be on the force in Philadelphia
the stranger's.face, I passed bhi self. Shrewd fellow. He put us on
ing for a drink of water, it. Come in asiin' if Link Murphy
brother could not have reset isn't wanted-said he believed he'd
more closely in feature and e an him. He showedup all right, and
The likeness was wonderful. let him look at the telegram. He
He looked up suddenly and d it was the man' and named one
astonishment was reflected in ndred. We put it up dowh stairsand
"My double," he exclaimed e waited there till we got back with
ly, "even to the- hat and coat. nau. It was a plain case and he
almost frightened me. In athe money."
Loyd Evans, of Boston." Ias he gone yet?" asked another de-
"And I," as we shook hand e.
Parker M. Leonard, of Chicago." is train left at 12:35," said the
So," he laughed, "if onl tor, looking at his watch. "I guess
names got mixed, there woul, ted pretty soon after we came and
tangle, ehlt" over the money to him. Any-
He-b.had handled rMe his card, anu be's gone now, for it's exactly 1
after glancing at it, I put in my p ." ,
The name was printed in old listened, in absolute amaze.
type on thick bevel. and gilt ..." .. 01
white cardboard, you maan," I asked, "''that some
We soon became quite confide t $100 froth you for pointing'me
He told me that he was a stock
and man of leisure. eclsely."
r. I told him that I was senior ust have been my double-no
keeper for a big Chicago. packing than Link Murphy himself.
that I had fallen ih love three ye_ t me interrupt just once more,"
fore with an Ohio young lady and "I must send some explanation
marry her next day. s young lady's family. You won't
r"It's pleasant to hear you ,talk, telegraph her nor her father. Let
11," he said, thoughtfully; 4' wi Aldthe message through the chief
Small happiness." ice at that place. He will know
He was silent for a second, busy with Howard Pearson, and surely you can
his own thoughts. Then he asked trust the chief of police.
abruptly z "Pearson 1" repeated one of the men.
"Don't you stay over in.Cincinnati un. -"I think that's it. I thipk our man
til morning?" telegraphed him over an hour ago. I
"Yes; leaving at 9 and reaching there think that's the name.
at 11." "What did he say?" I gasped. f.4
,"I never liked Cincinnati," he r4- "Who?"
joined, "but your dreams there to-night "This man who pointed me out to
will be pleasant enough." you. What message did he send to Mr.
"Yes," I said, "but don't you go on Pearson?" '
to Cincinnati with mee" "Don't let it scare you. I don't know
"No; my ticket is for Cincinnati, but what it was."
I won't go that far. Leonard-or Mr. The impudence of that man Link Mur- '
Leonard-will you humor 4,.ancv yf phy He had thrown the police offil his
ml' n own track by having me arrested, he
"In reason, I ps i. had- put $100 in his oW-1 pockets as net
"What is it? profit on the transaction, and finally had
"Register to night un ." taken. in hand a correspondence with the
Call yourself John Loyd ra ily,of my betrothed, leaving me pow-
ton, and let me register as Parker ealesy to interfer d e
Leonrd "erless to interferel
Leonard." I was led to a cell finally, still hand-
I thought he must be jo but is cuffed, to stay until morning. For five
face was quiteserious. Its e ed a silly minutes I was left there., My cell mates
request, but after some little hesitation I re two men one a negro. The white
consented. man was beastly drunk. He waked up
Five minutes later I left him to re- as the door was unbolted for me to, enter
turn to the rear car in which I had left and then bolted after me. -He grumbled
my valise and parcels. i. at being waked and curled at me, and
"No," he hadreplied to my invite- presently he was snoring again. The,
tion, I won't go back now. 1 muster- atmosphere wa sultry and malodorous
joy an other cigar or two here.' gv toper a utyan aooos
joy aoteThere were thieves and cutthroats for
ever, I will see you aga-in presently."! company,. I was one of thdm., To-'
He didn't, though. Just before the morrow'morning I was going to Phila-.
train reached Cincinnati I went (orw re delphia with my shabby friend. I won-
to look for him, but my double had dis- dered vaguely if my double would ae-
Sappeared. innati I registered according t uall, fake it into his head tomarry my
In Cincinnati I registered accerdingto bride, and then I wondered if I was
promise as John Loyd Evans, Boston. goificr crazy. I was afraid so.
For an hour or two I lounged about These thoughts were interrupted by
the hotel, meeting no one with whom I another clanking of bolts and rattling
was acquainted, and was finally upon of iron dors. My shabby friend and
the point of going to my room and to the turnkey were coming toward my
sleep when I noticed a shabbily dressed cell. The detective was swearing vis-
man at the clerk's desk staring at me'. iously.
Just then another man joined the one e,, ,
at the counter and both stared at me. "Well, Linky," he said to ne, "the
After second'sconversation-aboatme, lawyers will get a whack at you after
I thought--they approached me to- all. It's habeas corpus I reckon.
ether. "Thank God !" I said, huskily.
g a e 3 ,i,. L in k y ," th e d e te ctiv e c o n tin u ed s e-
"Good evening, said one of t ,bn. riousLy, k'wht's h se f th Yu'r
.What is you name sirsy, hts h seo hs?"ur
"Leonard I answered, thoughtlessly only making' trouble for us, that ain't
and rather curtly.. your best game. v Go along quiet, why'
The shabbyinan laughed boisterously,' don't oou? A day or two a week ain't
nudging his companion. 4 t P
"That's good," he said, "that' "But the chief said to hold him any-
clever. But isn't your name John Loyd bow," interrupted the turnkey.
Evans?" learned* thne1 that a telegram had
Iam registered by that name,' I had bten received from Mr. Pearson, my
to admits bride's father, and that the chief of po- ,
"So-we want you, Mr. John Lojd 1'ice had ordered me held in Cincinuati
Evans. We wvAut you end." .uutil~the case could be investigated.
Before I could protect I was haud- "The old man's comiu' on himself,'<

cufeto. They state out with me, one added the turnkey. "'They tell, me he
on o each side. -..., .chartered a special engine. lor the trip





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*lhe Stt- "- f -. 0 ` 01t. 'r -j il ti C"pt. S. r..r r uch ehari- k4$t.-e Pot o'f e K(t et tA&
Si S, t ii. -rf Mr. L ..- thh .' W. k Ending Wednesda. Aug. I 2,s H. A N D RS Q NA
d .^W i^ 11'-' inlrED an C*)t ", obrlet- 41 fr
Rt AUI 5 5, 81e in rti..t thad t I "t. h .- f ;r.holf, Paul, Cle.ftr .tr. --GENERAL DEALER IN-
Suri' e tt" 4 i i bruthVlttlred sri grl'oTh turtle. Ans. th ':' a.ttT .so l k
CEDM K" AUGUSTW F, ,% 1 r.'
*' ~~~r U ttq~f li, u -.1 bis N m-.iL pto ] -it t- l I L" i*al:,j~ -,fi t rih t L W f a Pa h (. Cle~rii Witci *< ^ r -A
Loa. iPta,. total ten, ill. tthtti-p4 re th1,. Dom estic I Fancy Dry Goods, s
.. ": . ...M / 1lil 't~h,. total d1,-pth att.-,inod iz, boat-in Hantson, ten, th1rt .1'ln, p -" .,s.''t.... .
.... Benson [5 ,. 11 "( -P.BOOSSHOES hd NOTIONl I I

-Dr. C Ferguson of Bucks Iland sy S. Laitre t yie Dear beintiruk 1 a evelee. S S At ite. Stowart, New Orleaub. CH O ICE FAM ILY C R O CER 4S
was in tJir city this week. T S AI N.a.,tw ithhintandiu. tie little t. nt
h ned cduS.B,;;^..... "C.... "o!i; ro ,u CONSTANTLY ON HAND. t rh
-We,, Pl8.e.:' alendid ralun on Tuesday and The U.S tBhoy Teneer S. S. ? Lax at.:\ ti'le tip:? b i : igetit-ia sevul'! 11111t ieg':.h,"s S,:hLeti hkv r~e~"e S Fir~l H--nd. Po:rt Limon. CO(NSTANTLY ON H,0N.
Wwas. in [.),.It thi v On the all- d and clai to have gained much in the S y iciurLO Ray, Ctevasqe. C. W. H.
ednewo SehW11 -,1.ra E ILM, Piuree, Clear hWtter. I--FINE SHOES AND HOSIERY, A SPECIALTy
"Wed~as~y, ~i.'o was uch neded." I n.,.l ,'oad of talking til and plac-iu-, down .,yo ls. ieCDR EIL.
-We imed that Mrs. Sarah T.- n _____ Schr CurtC Hard Crt v Nov. ti-tt. ,_-Next dor to J. S. Bodiford's-drug store, CEDAKE
-wern lppost Sea Horse Key. M Ind 1 ..'a Schrhlo
ner, in *onon, has a pecan tree in trip trol Key Wed to PCnlarol1 plaCe Th Lton e. th 5'" P," SeIr o, F,'gri'ty, Key W-.,t.
**^ be g^vapm..downq~posite Sea HoreKey, a 2ncl Ala-.-- na Adv R M C "AEE KTED.
..sur of aecordeans. violin matic whisatlig It01031, notice Lt w0 T W, CF'A.ER
4 ,pl o a violin aot A week or two ago., for the benefit of S Jlhr J R. Wolfc,, P'.l. Clear Water, "t" M *L
Al, hpar h iesadOtTl given Ltt JOURNAL. lihua growrw. w' suget~aied that the pear Shr len, Nth. ('',;. Water. "- .-
.....t x''-eIQd atGore's boo .. Wilt Sr Er Rluli& Ri r., .-
Cene r' i ( o tt r l t l x.... .. 1- .I....
uni"vu"fori7 ae'i" .. -" l)2..i "i .... ddht. e L'"r LII "z l Ke -VsL __ -- -- '"'": "-
.&'^-'-ieft on nhrdv for -., 'to t bweelbs or rat..hr distincti>ti.u tween the L,;nte and thle sand '" S S L i'Henderson. 'aclkson TatpE. r -. .
no'j',.'0.wj, bnng p- vo- .Col.ryu friend CI'. J. L. F. The ntitulr 'of Floridian, who is ".*--. 1 5. ; R Clhafer, McTflvmne, Suwanee.Rivr. .. '-A D D E -- '' .
toC Ci; Cy i"tor. 4 .. t. sf yioung-. r, ecaue. h i deuliti'.)t,. thel. to- g.r F.ti.os mendtionted. .' ; Curti Hardn ryta v,. M L A0DN.' A A L R "
tn.man 6f th-.. deeain t hosiljet thu y. f ios th tiz
~CrL~ V .1 h'-* twou h two ".Lris i onc-
-,torpnslo tells of a cpl .) 4t;thf )CYfrlesgi)31i CorIventi".i -S The'tr1" p-ir i- -innfr quality $, us i, C M ILLLt AND,. "- L',tM E"N S S UPI. "- .
yfrhi>m Coloaeolcv to that o.if fli lit, I&%e'lient tot coi'kirt TI' tir is a 'Fever may no sqg t '

Wrt. k. -tm'e vilriet; oot 3 .4'0 t.yI;O. I i & U) I A W.
'v,", ".t -r .. .. L.C tt .. I "."w R 1 a:
,'He ia.-b--s-' aSht.ore'" t "'^ lC 1e'r 'l ..ray^fi. 1 AI.AN.A. GA., February 0, 1879. L-on and Steel Niails, Spikes, Bolts; NuI es, ) 1 Leather & -
sh r.V t C ......ron. ri s,, i,, ..il T 's mr' roh e & auodn. h h Be -ing. Steam Packngn ib .: ra
^ '** e at~ a .e U rf l Btt; b 4 t ih & tlc ta Ie .c ^ .:'n i~t c i~ta w ln k th e (le u c ~ra l u p o n h i- ijr(Ii no 'vS h ic h M r V ll ^ w a s t .-u l -l li u l g 're w t'ro m iu 'ai nr e u ra ilg in '-"' in fu e ra irz ;'t' u ge s a n d _______ _i .________. .
-Oa; Diii'4, the will upon. his 1-11 1on' A r y'.tedenttiir1'jt.ii i -bri., 177aha- u,1,1 it nlie R,-t rN&N to& B -irii nti --, Vf A .
fth1!0 jl Ir:-L i4. aa rfk n 'DStrl I e i
l- -.B. L.lfae.kbup rn-' tt F.Dae M.- \ hh' .e. iti .. Thp r ttit ; rt tlore-reagdi t.oin due to ne ,o f th.,:se unplea B la:it effects -
'vew i'lt lntn 4 11,1 7mhtha Ifn I ftleCl.-at i-cr4 -
.Ntt.k r'a til due 1ve i4L1IItJ~ev
nger a emr ii ;o \ Wt:.ilindut-3 tro__ th. LiC;ute., ,nl fturni-h wood or roots? ft.r tlda ys Lcep it in any office, and take uemuch
Montieeflooo, OIhie way home. Mr. Blacktburn Iene i'ar. grtfts ,ir bals ,.t any variety. LiIe th, L,- ph;:.urr in recommendigit Lo myptients. "
delegate to the Talse Carnven (',tue. ithanever h- kma to bli-4it. 6 0. S. H.0LLAND, I. D. -GENERAL-
-. iadelegatetothe Tlase A citiz.n ot our town formely it president It:s fruit is rougih'skinned, while- th:t- oL tit 24 Whitehall, Atlanta., Ga.
tion and tqnied awhile at his old house in On l, the following on1 the pjx- other is smooth," HUT 'HINSON & BRO., Proprietors, At-
Motee.. *.. plo of tIC latter place, which shows to .O Na ta, orgti'.
MoauceiipHU BRO. onPr.topwLh letto-- -nba ^ SHhVPING AND COMMISSION ROft HANTS,
-..-Whrt tonight to be thought of a young man what ent the fears ot a people caan be Dengue Fever. old S. Bodit'ord. W I\
Who will prowl the streets begging for dimes aroued: ETO OF fOLTPN&L: From prp-I.-,.L
a', o won c[ng WeterainAlada. o.f working. WNL opdae A lada fomm this pl.-e went oAn a viG;- ,earAan, G., AgtaDee. 6. 1879.?-N D EL ER\N
ifrer1int a th favt -wrviti ile3 ;-D A ER N
disostiug.case of rhis'kindl this week. To it to her 'Ither and in pc rfte v t.~*I~i'ae~ ftt .V'' cr naialli W. H. 1RfIIR~rr. lrmiggist. AuigustaI, Ga.,
., dgstih.. e this-kind ti weweki To it to her her, ok or too longer, oiur little city will be Dearsir-I ve'ryceheerfullycommend the the !"
'thpt alv dcpulat'll; quite a number wilft GILDEt PILLS as posteasing all he "ir- aC0 00000000( IOo 0ir OOOOOOA OAOOO
cedit. oftuio [iI, r Pmrt ti tt that t, e .... "ILD4 PILLS was pos*_'e'tveing all the -'r-
S.as a .os resident. low feve ail for days. -" nday rnig. and othrs tiles isi'lid to them in the circulars -Awhich o C A
.-'Thelol.t the boxes that. contai them. S "t T, 'f
SThe oshurn Ensterpriae t.t Mr. lbe idea that. dengue fevr 'Lheir ac ion is gentle and lasting. I say 0oi,0o0i 6 e t -o oooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooo
B Barco'tif tat place lit 1A t the firit abot er 'nditi-in if she S-.I i i''e iy yellow feer, and in- this fro i personal experienced and from '
l *ot oewoC brou-ht, toinarkt. It wa Tb, repet T'.t out that hmr htisle.l 1 w i-. .t ,r "vi,.as N w'Orlea s. ...m what 11 ye heard others say who have used AGENT FOR
,between 50 atid 100 pounds. It wts raised nnow loi-in, Uil, the Suwunn.t ll. di.,1 p'hi. &e., where dlen.u.' first rpreailed al them. o better and morti effectual medi
..; (ite ou 1 lA e ,:lesir'ed.i by those -who suffer
by 'rnW. "Hnandbn an'Mr. :Airri.s-,. It. w.s,.. with the Vyl,:,w ftever. The fis l.,t ,-,t this a e mpieni, aintnd wans followed by yellow trom a t 'pid to f-,d indition of the liver, anO S I u s.,faia itr -I. W. JON S Asb&. 14-8
a goodartiel .1 t nl:,:1'r!,n st,,.iy w>e hdlily think Lcr..dibie" Iofi e it fever. But aloeut as many instances can be trnst ve will have still glrater sueelss in flT R L t.-wi.. ^_
..-,-Ool.W.W l5 tnl,.ot'Ia- gineif the people of Gaiuovill-. th,-,ught en of degne r'iin epidemically, sogreatable ingtothose'ho OTTRELL ON
.- there w '. yelloww fever their .suffer frpu a derangetment of that organ d FIN
:.-: fte, :.n i e- th i wasa '-a,. o, yellow, ever in their ,,h e.' no yellow, teer f,,1lowed. The anl- ws^ e r'eWhar action is sso esential to health. -, s to h
i ii lie to, I. iTt l It ,',,ing r i l t .' 'it h,, -rities do .e thLat thc,'e is an.y Ve.ry Iesp ,e
at. "'1 t '' t ab cut it. th,,' w,'ruhll ,. ,'anto.di th,,,.in t :-he. ].n,-,,,i hw el loc ii 1 le piV :lencue, or ap- h, 'I SIM nTHE -DE .LERS IN-- '....
.wh' .tsimif I tW in e,,ry lir.tn. loweve ouhi iitorint ,.,rn,-e .f deng a:.u it way have ..
-.ru h ,ti t. ter,, b- or
.'1jle time a Or I .a--Entei i- a greater r man than Georb.ci Wahi ,;ttn ,t e importc-d. -ui ;hrr' by or Woma --How-Pre- -'1 IT 1 n i P[JI ''
-' f,-r while th-father -of his tiCountry etold thr,:ugh our (cotii virt -hrloecalities serve eAa Beauty. I l "l UI*IU *L IU*UU 1 l l I
I.-" ek V -,t CIA we .av u by, i ng n nt tell a lie our inti .Lrmiut c-.tu .lo it .lilt fr as it first ma .- its tt.ppa'.nee at Key One who hs l6ng 'nvehtratea this sub- On .E -. A 1 ti .u1
i. 1'.rt of I i il ot. W t, then tt T ', ani finally at, thi ,elt give -the result and is happy to say it : -: I
place. ilt wo 0k~ Tbt -ANDl
V) th? lice itw ldggt the idea that it h id SUuPLY 01 "oe' B Fi end."lI i- -AND A S -
44.' 3,..ig., gu t.' t. rt,.r lit'' !-#,"j sugg t iv '.pte peci'.ii? Lt, LL it great Central, all. -
ip.i'. l .L i' th opin- bl Lo een brought here, frr it ,.r-arii I-, is rea- o..rtrolli r orpau. tPe wo il.-, correcting its, __ c' ,_ .. .- .
1* V. r T.:.1Lhtb -. hthat h L, '*"Fvr. ,'-'.,.. '"..1- .-,-,. abe to, suppo,,, t3 1'"- a.,M a odf the BiootrdsR d Mcd i6th _& nt6 Shoes.o
itl effect int s"'.ti.aa- nca yAgst2." .roigin of the fet .-. it any) at T ampa. 2 NAu 68 'tb o'r Dr. 4. Bramfielda d ; I
Xvo Eatt .salutat3y et~eel ta F e _w, .ator acts lie...m in white's,
_IS E l $ 5 h eE S C a s eo:i saE aa aTI l It s l k ea.h l
,. *.v t rISE.,E. --,,:s. r-.,. ,,.,,.,,1e the cause of its dp- sndan en or gradual checking, or in TOBACCO AND IG
Vvcstv 0, 7 r;i-"' D,:nnruc.. .. 73 pea.,. The idea then, obtains. entiree sta 3ageo the -monthly coursess" .TO ACC ,. "1IO-.' '
L^.,.-4 t Remittent fewer 4 ,, ... w .-l saga to this place. Now by Pra C.u qp."Igtltropble. orliko ac ss ,l.y. -t. .., ".-.-.-, -.. -. .. -
"a'Tpirli l .. a" -, Ii" retinathd t.-vral discharge in eenin- Give us a ra id .M ne .......... 1 what. and by ,,'beret Can ,t .. ph-,ossble nce. Inchrcnic cases, so often reulting clever und obliging clerks at your service. "S"l :
.', ri ht* tt a to e e. ^ Fever, typho-malaril... 1 1 that our linDe of 01oO4t staLnmers, have at any h ileeti-m, fslliig of the womb, its action t ..... "; _
"* ... ,.1 i h tr laceration stomach........" I 1 w time become infucted wiib it and are the 1 pr, t Aand d .-cisive, saving the constitu.-, ":
(4a. ." Etarik' (typhoid) 1 nmens of traii'tting it to thr ports which d ." fro mlumnrs e,, ,nd premature i MITCHELL .'.
e m i r. i. tdciih ..ropn y).t. t litey visit? if si t why do( not the oWeeers and ta, (. Price: trial aiz, 7 -; large size l lB k -
-..i-cik. Ga., "Ac eid,.n ,- alitr sufr fre the infection? Jhst $1.50. ]For sale by al drug. t "t .-
AE' ^ af 1 1 t, l.r the Hen,-.errn carried oar pie nic v .
., iuii nl~il ~n. !Cbuas'hAiy. Re-v. Air. L' G a' H L S L N E
$'- Wb st$.'bn a b turbines U t 1ip t o Manatee Et.h fron all causes, ii ui aeanc .? s 1 there is nothing to .Sal -1. ', 'ud Organs-,- ] i 1 o 1 ...
*,' viitingrelatives there. Mr. Sanders. Pobpalatio.,f, ., ,'t- tat was, the t ock B on Eay ooO ooonoocC.o;ooooo,: oo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o
Q. uo:inty.was c ont giriettls the r M r.ativo erat Detth,;unat i ':fi.v.. 3ma,.1 le te. atirilute ay ,i pnSLarticu- By l itd pa" X-tton comes in. i j U 0 J I P1A & 00- -
whos in charge qI the Methodist eliehl D0e0aths-- bite 2. ea,!,,'redlI. M,- Ati su i' \ ti:an'artien" uyi-nTe a 000 ,. I 00
..+atQuinity, wias vn isit. also to r;!ati,'e.; tit 1-,eths under.fi\,-, ycar'. 1. .t-F -. .I.. G -1 C.. .
S.inate .' sanitary conbdIition --ithl r.ft;rnce t.) loca .i cause. And ofl i, hit it has almost dis- A small cash pa3nirt-nt aitn' alanpe Novem- ooooox:oooox :,joooooooooooo oooooooooooooooo(ooooooooooooooo
.. .. .. .. .......u'i. ;....f er lst.' 1,000 staandird Insirnments. Ma-. | ,
--W tue~otenskd I th:roi.5a..t,. [I nd climati L-ondition et[eetmin hiuphe aippeared. fromJ qu t ............. an t" ,t-lk c ."' 'aM1 ?.
-We aroft ki if nt linati ndiin etftiriplic d kers' ames on all. -AND- .
boat eotn ldi tIhs 11th, not gool. Y. Taaex, &Kty lifts, so we can take a clearer view i me.. : Oe i."..
boat eomamnieate)n betweenOhi.- l andEf le n of the field,g the question arises, what is to Sopecial Mids1ummer 'fer., ,. ...
Noew Orl. a think tli-re is a steamer lie done? and I expectit isa aonhaunt-; PiAnO $25 cash and balance November I Q I HI I P B R OPI K0 T t S p
......the...r... ai. heero te atres nt. einpn unh'tes.quisu n 1st, 182. LJ** I IA..... I ".' I+"* ..
We the seenr, n ou the m loutat present- any ing the most of vyur readers. Stories ot OR-ANS, $10 cash and balance November '1
''o a,,.ti y -.a-n quarantine, AntI! threatened quarantine lst, 1 82. \ CEDAR' KEYS, IA. 'JL' /-' "
".wher e 'o-ste i 'fenet a nd, litis n e n 't a y ... ...
where nto.. tirt "fe1et, and have nof Roy Ws air- U':ai th ', tlattt al t,1 n reach us from points up the roadem, which is Lowest Cash Rates and no interest. Can't attentionn of merchants is directed to the prices at which Iee can supply thom. "-
been ntfed Iby"he :t^t~ whoever fKy V^ ae^ r.,sn:e:e-,us ,f pin,:'dic!tabl e ^5ence( that C.edar I,,ey )'Coingott oreduestoekadke wor "; '.,, -----,-- ,----------,
-Pile atth ela-us' f tu'ti"~ -hi if in.pual ... ..ene tha Cea Key buy cheaper next fallt with cash inn hand. --',o'
,a'ttnsit.ered the yllow tever gate to the ate. frce employed through summer... ,-Ayt'^ '] -- ] '''
tTb* are (:o ttshot thaanful of citize- of ai,,'irctly itre and every oneems very anxious to have epeiial Midsummer veersioustohav'p-i.Midsumfers to Installment :-- SDTlFQt Dl
thke~al atie l quaanin bu es Send ..,-- ... .
SGainesville whtatleatntcd to get Fernancli- JOliNa.L iaa ae| h,.'t-, stttrtio-' -.r roves, tha gate shu, Up the road. Lae, and trne uars ginfor C f on r .ri-e Ls A' -
na and Jaeko le tmu qurantine ag.tinst iieah an, perorehau.ls. ate little to us our trade has giving f iotiotn Ad-
'Ceadar Key taa i~s to v issued the nark: I:.oton AND REA )Y" frightened "off and an unp '-e-edentedlvsc HT use Savannah, Ga. Thehgreat whole- an ndS- CEDAI IEYS, FLA., /
,'"ear.-, K.sen ,., toward tuhaitin- ek w ill inf<'r Rough antd Ready thni.\Cdll summer is upon us. Then why not sale Ilano and'Organ depot of the South. v *" .
.-iga,inst thsplah'e ,n we dare ,l'ty there think tat ,,n, rman. h-e.d is level who ill "shut the gate." Call upon the Board off I -n ".I T A$1r rsA IES ....
-mbu~ ^ .. *,,
..*oursihl aines-ille Ihaould~hve the ti,'.tir- an, not.lvo h n to ti, s. Gn,:d withot- 'cert^ieate of good health, and o( Allunmarked raves thaKtare not enlos ...
"t; .odo. d. ,, v-rny unu n one of the essential'topros- cei-'u'oudnnd to irfkdctious or coaiwe f 7 1 -ATO p-- /
"-%We lrn fromap~t. J,_ck'son that a perit~y an-e think every good citizen -licasesl. for at least the preo^ding thirty, Nouralwillb pnrmitted. o gon n r -
v'oreU,.ji by th, na* e ,f i'pst Sh:in.atn :,uhi it." ri ,su 'eent interest to seC th..t days. If we cannot allay the present state poitted out by \ J. E. Rh.LEY. peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeoiee"O
'^ itt^ ^ ;^ X ^1 atc' Toil''cn-'cutti^. B. J ol 6 r. o Co o S-, n: e MhiesCma lToiletAtesSurgial mentShp Ba
+'- )Y'',a- .... rv- a- tht ofti.':re f cdleyh good and compotent ,:t ,alarm, let. us not lie charged. with negli4 1: orde of th ,oirit -" LiieCeia ol ~ d tria naue~,S]me...
.tr.;- nt wnk lrownod. The Capt. h. 't There iit time to look after thase geencen the administration ot quarsntiq -' eeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee o..
... ". __ -* ', .- .. .. ... -. -, ... u .. .. .- .t.. .:., re-,ult-ions. We mti ,,t remember that tho4 l Notice. .: ; .

..,',,,,bt~e al ',, t., .. .. ...
.-t' ..... ,4,.al, wre f'ailaw_. or ine-a0pl l' ePl)ple awa from the coast, and up thi I -.ave this day sold mnty tero t, In the f'Physleiana' prescriptions Mrefdly ompounded, and orde aw we t& .-"
... .... ... o.r. onot lok. .p t this matter as w nit4J. )R. Mitchell & Co., to Mr. 0o .p
':rt us. bk'his d t, t -.. .o rd o other ount', do not look upo this matter a. w Mkh l i h s' dispatch. The public will find our skbf m i e complete, ourt t
w-l be h*:i, b thxiyea iaothnesac plt is do o. 'n. Ethin use the C Anr hell, who atind ume all liabili an '
wa*... .i. ...P b r bfrb 'Wi -will o0g rinue the business tb qth na ot the btt quality. ., .

at. w S^? ^ia s bt4rorfebg^' Little Sagas4d. whore caution, and extme viglc A gre, J 4uaceoLfthei. ,r pmi -An aT .4. .
.. rd y 'e,. .. .... t,-'z- loae h d b eig n m of ur bet ie n ae a an d I i T. -' .J.R ITC.E L WjE D.LE S IN ,' .
a ari^^ tkrrzet yitMra to~^- 4ftethat wwJ1pd n, pl thecontry' should theiever make its appearance here, (ear Keys, WMa. Kl~- iANDESO. 'f
a ., ...lm, 'c .... *%( a(. pL I"
* -^ wnS Ab^ l K i a6' ~ ^ lt _htzBt r" *e c l uc'* o w u d a t r l r "1U "-- -..-----" -- ''' *;' 'i ". ,-"'t '
:- *"^^ o lftono ~ tm^ a =einit --i 'o nn "cbte cu n o....- :'^ T f)U "daahoaiamlswot .. -- 0 -0 ----o .o...---0- 0^i
'While "i atrds..amaki2il staeu ue'lt.o trom a trip-ssouthdoCptlcularsavthc tiwet tup g b knce fdo ene fr m ou -f Miene

>';bone. 4f 414g t- its worst' If he i'p',l th Cat Wiga thoe hositle -- U "^ ^Vteaoerwr o n .
coia the present tIe, hs o t l f H ,ak us e wh ,,i -o I fH h. to t se Co. en rt ,, of Sick r A n"' a
.'pe ;.hete pyhaboverear forany Little Saras6k where oil -&eat, itane .

fdhi tantd *te aI Mn ..-.dige sti onstipation or .os- .
a,,-. eoo ilrR-yia,leas.tasgood a et-.rhtoat pleasat br them. BE IT iRDAINED, That the Health OSwe. cannot cure with West's Veg,- A TTEN T| .N PAID DT OR DE
d "I, As w a l "or7.Y 0 1.,j"
:T h e y n a n stotp p e y rV e ld at- Bhie"'. I slan d P s h o u l tb h e if e v e r me b y e its a p p e a r a n c e h e r e W Mer P ils w He n tl h e i r e i oar.e
a tlbo m pid owith.hTheyrare ur y w would not r tr ti.

hhs enot th Boar ofd -e-t "* and fl i i- le oSP C A

'J A"... -d. v e r a 'id .isn l J w h r ie igd a re peswo ant ,hig At thi pa- home Inrm wort n e t a0
iw n h Staaifr.f o afhate tf nca elei-a'r two Bmontes cntero sd the time after f bs. And our litle toNh Co-artnershi PERSONAL! TO MEN Y
and l, while. y In a ndin his gunul be k~yeey e ne ckday o roftne ifanye ctso T he g255fenie. mAnadtdreds onlyC
"V -k ;uttst' tdf e thjiisjas; ar -..& 8 W Mtiso S.,Chcao C ouel, y .Fielylonud Mih.tit.ed, psro~mu *

g...- 1 te ate it nm 'C'-thle5 and de ie copious "fdow of blocI. 'rai cur. package sent by mail prepaid on J- N. evasse, under the finananie oE Cc$'. noVornzoflBlAmnwEBaaen

,- ddi', tes he* eve hai It is strage' wiogt hi ti haosp ict a ndt s!3or dt dli- BEt to Onave usw Thatlnl co hsoysickn~ecsso B i al 3 cen srn Soldtbyue trole Fi nlays nis un r thes d aymisl ed o n rtrialo for eathit da t m enl orl A
.0' th t -so u tr srto reqn yirr years to repa w r ei th6 i- aonsuet J. N. '
fr P .c ..e Ab e tam a widntr ueyarcr hd two or three days were badl e Fea Ct ut l d a aff ited wi t on
..., #:.Whl W , n' I' '.sr.l 'b li"c u k! 1 L' '
w orstt Uf -" ftr May Dtpt iVingat4. the fimNotaiaiyenAa-od.a:
""" 0..!e.' pliefihere Rt. the lpresent time, ]host. o'. the Gulf Haniwoek House., who: pa the,,. aboveA reward, for1k 'any;!'".
"" t ." et p Boardt of Ho'lth. .lt er Comphaint, Dyspeisia, Sick

he um ir that dtb m e, Indigestion, Coe nstiiatlon or tuos- CEtA ; KEYd F1

'-tO .e i rer os ot &y n tom all iadebtE dIr as. abat Nh Hea--No
'. h6 1M usicar'Ka it least as d uood as w cic ske it foleasant r 3 d. "we cannot cure with Wedt's Velee
a. -aao '- I.D'r .. "T : as pled u nd, tee. is hereby required to rep(* er Pills, when the direction t aure thE ANA

it; a-4l Veth 1882 instrment fu m. h, iSEIL. F.CTTRELLIO PAwekl
+, '- .~eib':t'. inak whr a, -v in kill :::"'mplied wilth. They are purely
b i h. n t OsthO Presbaent ot the Board of Health,Jul
"reachin t i C .yn ,. tl, aad never fail to give satisfac- wereagain us a ll at our New Stofrm c
is.H -t win st. ruen a ets W red .-i. PlD.' F Y cVntsd Fo Wu by all.
;:. ',,.!e. ofhelt cer. taep,. eou .iaur of himself andthelip U iain for aeic Betwharee f h isa of co_. B wreo ctteflintimerfsoJ" a.nfa-mrn rhl. P R ON l-IT lf.l".O '
':.'"'i;,_. br+e-nsem, ~ ~u nt wh,+,ile. in dling his gill) eident.-av every lnesday, or oftener if any c4 . The genuine manufadtnlred oul .. ...oim te shp, E S
j'u lm,r irtnt'e.;]. lust- r existin bp T' .I..
v,. ; s orl~l infetiou dies 'ho> C. WES & Co. "Th Pil Ma .. T" pa
'i este sI p-rer de a instu s wer hot ed o t S s w- r.-.-B K u. j &., Potd Main.! "p..
., ., it never ss and al-e I eopo ,tow of blood. .. r.. ,py ain J.N. Crevasse, ude.the nam e ,of ,. C
fthe ever had5 It is strange' t ot hihs tini had corn,..mndao did Cali- BE- .IT'ORD&IrND. That all etscin cetofa3 cant stamp. Sold by r d.m ysnt hidydm lod.! on trial for( it aat a 1 o
."' g t, rd-Pn~ e '41 ela w'aitter- tsnbi inot turu out.riousty. They pruetieing in Codar Key are required to re- X WOOLDRMDGE,, mutual conasent. J. N. Crevasse retirijig old) whom fltt ih m,
uwer theyer port: daill toatr
tteo.z, ~ """ -"?e~1|'I "' :': J...T. F. Cottre~llan~d W..D. Finlavson wrilltroubles.. mn~e > ad~i ,
eh'qztke #. set 4.ut tq gie a e % wieery, hospitality. ",'r.3 or' I dau-. I 1st to"N vm r1tal cseof ic esl[_ol uet uu ne ntr, e..m t reorio ohethddmll J 'd+
"t "-we iOm hold or" evr 1jeld, (pt- Str~pbar than sailed ior M111ateI3wher and their character, coming under their no- U Musicala "C '"k: o9-ttrell s n & Finlaty.on ;mr.n oU81etionss g fall imdebt-l n- tdram~lrym as o al' T xsl i rl
:,9-ad ".-...th No gril Instrumients .counts due the firm. ,. ."
44 -,a? e-as s po acedoug det,;iiharode k a, 1:1 A otede.teBadofH atJl
Ad45-Ae in MA solhJ Instruments ,J. L.F. COTTRELL,, ~~~ ~r oni$
'i- f o'l Ifr, all? The -.Ad- right. A ter things were again l,:ve,.''ts2t 88. ,.F E AE Instruments .D IN A S N
s,eji~edmir s u.,were ho+ed for Little Sara-sota, where 31r. Secre~tary- At re'ss Book Store. 1C :. odar Key, Juno 7th, 18,42. r O, otk h .

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There are tq-day more than two hun-
dred thousand women in the United
iStates earning a living by professional
and personal service outside that of
mechanical labor or workshops, in the
practice of law and medicine, the teach-
ing of music and art, literature and
science, and in clerical work of different
kinds'in Government and other official
.'places'-j-New Yiprk Commercial Adver-

The bonnet has diminished to a mere
aigrette or hair ornament. If it grows
.much smaller it will disappear alto-
Wgether. This vogue makes it essential
that the hair shall be arranged with great
care. It must be waved all the way
round and gathered up into a loose knot
on the crown of the head, and the front
,must be curled and pointed on the fore-
head. Then this little bonnet is set di-
rectly in the center of these delicious
,waves, a mere decorative ornament or
finish, as the anthemion is set on the ga-
ble of the Parthenon.-Chicigo News

Miss Harriet Monroe, author of the
ode read at the dedication of the World's
'Fair, for which she has been awarded
$1000, is described as having a beauti-
ful oval face, crowned by a mass of
.brown hair. She has lived wilh her
Parents in Chicago all her life, except
itwo years spent in a Georgetown con-
vent. Her literary work extends back
to her school days. She has done news-
paper work, and for some time she served
the Chicago Tribune. Her early poems
consist of "Valleria," a tragedy in five
acts, a score of sonnets, some smaller
poemss and fragments. The volume was
Published in an edition de luxe. Miss
,Monroe has contributed several sonnets
,to the Century Magazine, but outside oel
this has sent but little of her work East.
-Boston Woman's Journal.

The Empress of Aussia is as slender
'and.petite as the Czar is strong and
:massive. She is .not beautiful and not
-:lionmely. Her nose is slightly retrousse,
'but her features, are otherwise well
-frinea,' and her eyes are bright- and
kindly. ..She ip one of the most beauti-
4'" Ilul d 'ncer,in Russia, and she is as foad
d. '.d"i6c'ng as a Danish country girl.
At the winter palace. 'in St. Peters-
S'" 'burgh are 'given .each'-year some of the
"6ost wvonfiderful balls in the world.
Seven housaund people can liye in this
p'.alace, and tle thousands o( dancers
trip the light fatastic toe' over floors of
Sbony, 6f rosewood and ivory. Now
' ;i, Iand then the Empress appears at these
:. dances in her royal robes. She wears a
Sg6geous cro n which fairly blazes with
Her necklace is of many strands of
the purest pearls, and her vest is a mass
S. of rubies, sapphires and diamonds, put
.together so that they blaze like fire.
One of her gowns is of emerald velvet
'with a train of white velvet, which is
'fairly covered with gold embroidery,
and the front of which is linked with
strands of the purest coral.
-The' jewels on one of these robes
;'wpuld make an American village rich,
.. and their value 'surpasses computation.
In the treasury at Moscow I saw the Elm-.
presses coronation robe. The train of
this was of woven silver, and there was
enough of woven silver cloth in the robe
Sto have carpeted an ordinary parlor.
Her majesty'.s foot has a high instep,
and her size is No. 2 B.,' -

No matter how well gowned a woman
is, if she wears shabby shoes it spoils
the entire .effect of an otherwise perfect
toilet. Well-fitting, well-made boots
areas fetching as the smartest hat or th
a swellest gown ever donned. But then
are many, mans women who, alas, have
so crippled their teet in days gone by
with too tight shoes that now.)hey only
can wear very loose and easy ones. Now
one need not be slipshod to be comfort
Sable in her foot wear, but that is wha
Stood many women evidently think from
the specimensheen every day on the pub
,lic streets. One. can be very stylish ii
,laced Bluchers, with cloth tops, paten
leather vamps, pointed toes, and fla
:. eels, and one can likewise be as corn
S fortable as possible in the aforesaid shoe
: Laced boots are:very much in favor, anc
-' rightly, too, for jntil they are wora enu
S.'they keep their shape by the ability t.
t tighten'ttiem up as wear materially ex
Spand4 them. Those women who hav
gowns, wraps, 'liats and shoes for ever
occasion will wear hign-laced russe

shQes, wit.4-thick soles, pointed toe
sans rulbers on rainy- o- snowf days
.T *se are so trim and'neat looking tha
it will never bring a blush to the "chee
when muddy crossings necessitate th
raising of the skirts so that foot cover
ings are very much en evidence. Fo
ressy wear Fienchr kid with, patent
Sleather trimming is always in gTod taste
f8lim.effects are the rule this season, an
the toes run to such points that on
Would think them very uncomfortable
, 'but so. excellently are they proportion e
S that they are quite s 'easy as broad
ones. In the ,tlve.vipg .satin nas supe
'" aeded the suedes, though, of course,
colors to match..the.gow4s these are sti
ch womr. 6audal slippery rather tha
ties are ief falvorite'j though women a
'.nevQr.. going to entirely give. up ti
kyi.s' Oxford, that. is likewise very con


, Pretty hat pins hate heads of round From Rock to Plant Food.
- blue, pink, opal, or jet balls, with small, The process of conversion of granite
t Rhinestones sunke in them. into soil is thus summarized by Pro-
New- lAter paper has a narrow trian. fessor A. Johnstone,of Edinburgh:- Oxi-
n gular flap on the envelopes, on which the dation of iron is the first change per-
t monogram or crest is engraved, ceivable; then creation and multipliea-
t Very handsome and artistic buttons tion of weather joints, and carbonation
- are used both for coats and for hastening tollows; next humus is formed by lichens,
. the sides of the front breadths of princess and then higher pants; following this,
Id owns. fungoid germs, capable of assimilating
t The lotus flower is the fashionable one aerial nitrogen, become abundant, finally
0 at present, and makes a charming -all the three processes, mechanical,
- brooch in silver, gold, or enamel, es- chemical and organic, go merrily on to-
I* pqially the latter. gather and contribute all in their proper
y Full 'v vet sleeves,.contrasting often shares to te ormatio of an esuppor-deep-
t very v.virlly with the color of the gons ing soil, capable of supporting the
Sta luxuriant life of the highest, plants.-
s they adorn appear upon some'of the. Trento (N. J.) American.
* newest autumn creations .both Frech (N. American.
&t and AterioaA. A Race- of Warlike Dwarfs.
k 's -
s A great novelty in -the faced camel'st The inhabitants of the Andaman
r hair cloaking, in which t .e outsidee is elands are the smallest race of knawn
5r usually of som of .the beige tints,' the human beings, that is, taken on an
Sinner side showing old rose, blhe green
t showing roe e gree average. The height of a full grown
or mauve tones. Andamandi seldom exceeds three and a
d Box plaits appear upon some of thed half 'feet, and few weigh over sixty-five
ae newest modes in dress skirts. Some of poundss. They are said to be mar.
e, txe plaits show at the back only, others .ei ousl. swift on foot, as well as being
dj in the front and on stilLothers they-form; possessed with extraordinary powers of
r Watteau fold'that reaches from the endurance. The few travelers who oc-
r- neck to t,he hen in the back. casicnally visit the islands avoid contact
in French canotes ifre 'of l'ikht cQloreIl with the dwarfs as far as possible, par.
ill felt, w-hich comes in squares for the put- tially on account of their extreme tilthi-
an pose, and are dented and. twisted rhto ness. but principally on account of their
re most becoming shapes. Velvet and flow: warlike dispositiou.and their bandioe;s
he ers trim them, and muffs of the felt, with poisoned spears.-St. Louis lc.
a- pleated with velvet, are worn with them, public.

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'lThe original pin was a fish-bone. C
U. S. Flagg is on the pension list. sei
A penny was recently found imbedde str
L in the heart of a peach. var
9 The sbark is worshiped by someo th
f 4 the dwellers along the African coasts. the
SA new folding baby carriage is one ou
that can be folded up to go ia a trunk, i
An English company is being organ.- be
ized for the acclimatization o.f elephants 'a
Sin South Ameria va ha
At the siege of Sancerre, 1672, the
Huvuepots, to economize their powder, en
used slings and bows. to
fortable, providing always one knows Homer says the Greek bow was used w
how to tic it so that it will stay tied.- by placing one end on the ground to se- wi
Brooklyn Citizen. cure steadinessof aim. be
The shield of Charles V. was inlaid i
ATM.IES FOR DRESSES. with gold and contained over 60J ig. an
Half a dozen ladies were standing ures engraved on its face. til
outside of a doorway on a downtown A corn stalk bearing several ears, sev- on
business block. Two or three of them enteen feet high. is the tallest product Sc
were rather slenderly built, while the from the Chino Ranch, at Pomono, Cal., w4
others were inclined to stoutness. Al- last season. g
though they remained there together lto A squash weighing 283 pounds was
several hour't, none of them said any- recently displayed by a farmer at Pom- ju
thing. This was probably because they ona, Cal. It is tour feet in diameter at ju
had no heads. In fact, they were made the smallest part. er
of zinc as far down as .just below the The "Beautiful Blue Danube," espe- of
waist, whlle beneath there was nothing cially where it flows through Vienna, is d(
at all except an iron stick for each one, not at all romantic looking. An Atmer,. leg
with a base to stand upon. It was evi- ica traveler states that its hue is rather h
dent that they were dressmakers' dua- yellow. th1
mies. The first ship canal on the line of the w
Unlike most such dummies, however, present Suez Canal was projected by ra
these represented the figures of real peo- Necho, an Egyptian kin' about 600 a
pie. 'A reporter found by inquiry that B. c. The two seas were actually united
the manner of making them is rather 270 c. tb
curious. Fbr.example, Mrs. Jones, for The men in the Union Army of for- y
reasons presently to be explained, wants eign 'birth numbered twenty-two per b'
to have one constructed after the model cent. and the native born seveuty-eight st
of her own shape, ahe goes and has per cent. of every one hundred who went C
herself measured as if for a dress and a forth to the field of battle.
costume is cut out according to the
measurements. But the material, ii. There is in China a secret society c.lle l
stead of being silk or other cloth, is sheet the "-'riad." It is a capital crime to
zinc. When the pieces have been cut belong to it, yet. it has more than thirty cu
out they are soldered together, instead millions of nenibers. Its object is t) w
of being sewn, and thus is obtained a overthrow the present dynasty.
reproduction of the figures of Mrs. The term "tabby cat" is derived from tb
Jones. Atab, a famous street in Bigdad inhabited tl
Necessarily, the measuring, cutting by the.manufacturers of silken stuff calleJd P
and shaping have to be done very care- atibi or tiffety. This stuff is woven with r
fully, inasmuch as the dummy must have waved markings of Watered silk rercma- w
precisely the form of Mrs. Jones. She hling a "tabby" cat's coat.
has it sent home and it serves in future Gutta percha was first introduced into b
for dressmaking purposes as a substitute Europe from Malaga in 1S41. The au- b
for herself. That is to say, bhe has all nual consumption now amounts to 4.. Ib
her dresses'fitted upon it instead of hav- 00'6,000 pounds, and the Eist Indian c
ing to bother with that part of the busi- trees which supply the denmlnd are dim- ro
ness herself. Any woman will testify finishing at an alarming rate. k
what an aggravating bore it is to have a King Kalakau's coffin was made of got e
dress fitted, requiring as it does hours and kou wood of about 600 pieces; even a
of posing before the mirror and all sorts the handles were made of wood. No
of alterations and readjustments, all of metal of any kind was to be seen, ex:'ep
which is atrial to both patience and tern- the inscription plate, upon which the
per. crown and the HElawaiian coat of Irmni
1' ut with a dummy to fit the dress were engraved with .other suitable ia-
upon most of this trouble iA avoided, scriptions. in
If a dressmaker is employed, she can do Cornelius Vanderbilt, the New York 1
all the fitting on the model, and if the Cornelius, Vanderbiltsor of a o6rk I
gown fits the latter it Will equally satisfy milionaire, thi of slksessor thread,
the requirements of Mrs. .Jones. Of whipa d driving whip of silk threat. t
course, this assumes that Mirs. Jones with a richly carved ivory handle beau-
udoes not get particularly fatter orthin. fully enraed. oIt is go mounted s
ner, in which case she would be obliged and has the name of the owner artistic-
to have herself measured Mr anoth ally set in diamonds. It has touche. uP
dummy., However, the greatest advan- Theword batherskite is of ottsh
tage of this device is that Mrs. ones is Thenword "latherskite' is of Sottsh
able to send her dummy to the dress- origin. Blather, blether or blither is 1
maker's house and she need not go there found in all three forms in innumerable r
or- isturb herself again about the matter, places in the writings of Scottish authors, I
having provide the materials, until the meaning to talk nonsense, while skate,
gown is sent home all ready to b3 put corrupted into skite, is an untranslatable
on. term of contempt. The original mean.
Most women are obliged to make their ing, but little changed in the present
own dresses, and for their purposes such usage, is "one who talks blustering non-
a dummy is invaluable, inasmuch as sense." i
they are thus enabled to fit their own Albino Birds.
wiists and drape their own skirts as .
well and as easily as if they were mak. J. Jenner Weir gives an interesting ,
ing a costume for somebody else. The account in "Nature Notes" of the extra- ]
zinc dummies costfrom $8 to .$20. The ordinary collection of birds at the resi-
price of them goes up rapidly with the dence of W. Ingram, at Westgate, living I
avoirdupois of the purchaser, so that a happily in every variety of condition; in
dummy with a forty-eight-inch bust confinement in very large cages, in spa-.
costs at least twice as much as one with cious volarie, in the walled-in pleasance,
a thirty-six-inch bust measure.-Wash. and lastly, with perfect liberty and un-
ington Star. clipped wings. There is o.ne class of
"" birds in which Mr. Ingranm is particu-
SFASHION NOTES. larly rich-he has ten albinos, viz., three
Th aris" hato isoneof th n w white jackdaws, three white blackbirds,
The o .Marquise" hat is one of the new a whit thush, a white st ring, a white
est for fashionable young women. hedge sparrow and a pure white variety
Rhinestones surrounded with garnet* of the herring gull caugh in the neigh-
Sis a new combination in cheap jewelry, borhood. One of the white jackdaws
Fans, with draperies of gauze festoon- will go with the members of the family
ing them, are among the latest novelties, to the seashore and follow them about.
Cardinal ser e, combined with deep What is even more wonderful, this af-
purple velvet, composes a* recently im- fectionate bird is taken by Mr. Ingram
ported gown. in the autumn to Over Stilton, in York-
S 'The deep detached cane is used with shire where she takes lou walks with a
e almost all the ulsters, mackintoshes and member of the family, flying from tree
Swaterproofs now made. aWeir, "I deem this white jackdaw to be
e Redowill be the fashionable color this the most charming bird it was ever my
Y winter, not dull, dark shades, but cur- good fortune to meet with."
Y rant, cardinal and poppy. ----

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Indigestion, that tireu eel-
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Mind brightened, brain
power inereased,
LIU I- a bones, nerve, mut-
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B suffering from complaintspc?
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good will that .do?'
you do not acquire great
ntration, batktd by cuor-
you will never be able
of the family history out-
vants in the first act of a
street & Smith's Good

r Musicians.
ken the trouble to draw
lyrical works of wo-
om 1675 to the present
ccecded in compiling a
dramatic workers (ope-
t.d oratorios) which are
Ialhe various nationali-
, ERighty-seven are .by
37 by Italian, 20 by
glish, 2 by Dutch. and
Spanish and Sweed-

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Letter of the Law.

Boy ((,n a bridge)-"Say, mister, if
you don't look out you'll be fined."
Tesmster-"Why will I?",.
Bdy- 'That sign says 'Walk your
horses,' don't it?"
Boy- 'Well, yours are standing

No Wonder They( Groan.
Groani is permissible to the rheumatic.
a| soon cease when they take
aach Bitters, which relieves
on, constipation, malarial all-
dache, biliousness, nervous-
of physical stamina, are
S ents overcome by this com-

wealth of England is in the

Sror Catarrh That
destroy the sense of
range the whole sys-
irough the mucous sur-
huld never be used ex-
[om reputable phyal-
Swill do is ten fold to
|y derive from them.
knufactured by. F. J.
.,contains no mercury,
and acts directly upon
surfaces of the system.
rh Oure be sure you get
in internally and made
J:Cheney &0Co.
ts. price 75c. per bottle.

Vian"r .Work in Lile."
A series of 15, articles by successful men in as
ma rst ore of tbhe many strong reroups
S , a w are announced in The' Y'uth',
9 3'i. "Tte Bravest Deeo I Ever
.tf o ic, of another series by United
t rW he prospectus for the coming
la-ion is more varied and gen-
OFU 1 es Those who subscribe at once
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i t Bills.'

Govero~*tt Itics show that in
Ten ye fg t I all together, there
re, in fiTunit.6d States, nearly 20,000
ikes of w rking men or employes ol
rious sorts, and that these strikes cost
e strikers early $52,000,000. What
ey cost the employers is not known,
t probably i was not a less amount.
The number land costliness of strikes
crease from year to year, and as they
come more frequent and more expen-
'e, they also become more bitter and
order to settle.
The last summer has seen the soldiery
lled on in four states at the same time,
suppress riotous disturbances in sQme.
ay connected, with strikers. Probably
e total strikee bill" of the year 1892
ll surpass in magnitude any which has
en incurred before.
It is impossible to settle the "rights
d wrongs" c,f strikers off-hand. Some-
me the employes are exacting, unreas-
able anid unfriendly to their employers.
imetimes thwe employers goad their
workmen to oaen resistance by injustice, a
aspingpoliv-y, or overbearing insolence.
But nuihi rg could be clearer than that
e cost of st ikes, in the long run, is
st so much aken away from the gen-
al wealth of the community. Nothing
uld be more 'wasteful of the resources
both parties to a controversy. No
doubt it wou d be less harmful, because
ss productive e of the bitterness and
itred th-d leads to future trouble, if
ie million s of dollars which strikes cost
ere take out and publicly burned
theirr than spent. in the way that they
Let us h( pe that the practical sense of
ie Ameri n people will,i before many
ears, hit gtp0n some satisfactory means
y which| this frightful and menacing
rike wa are can be prevented.-Youth's

True Culture.

An adPmirable observation regarding
culture is given by Mr. Mallock in these
I don't call a woman cultivated who
others on at dinner first with discussing
his book ald then that-whose one per-
etual quest on is, Have you read so-and-
o? But I call a woman cultivated who
responds a' d who knows what I mean as
ie pass naturally from subject to subject
-who by fish or a softness in her eyes,
y a slight gesture of the hand,by a sigh,
y a flush i n the cheek, makes me feel as
talk of s6b e lovely scene, that she, too,
would love it-as I speak of love or sor-
ow, make-. me feel that she herself has
:nowi theil; as I speak of ambition or
nnui or hope or remorse or loss of char-
cter, mak es me feel that all these are not
cere names to 1er, but things.
,A' Terrible Strain.

Son-'"lf you think I can be a newspa-"
per writc- like you, what is the use of
a ta.in up so many studies on, subjects
-never talk about?"
matic critic)-'"They are
s H al discipline, and the cul-
t l owers of memory, analy-


For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach trouble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. HIe finally, after trying
everything, said my stomach was

worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food. On the rec-
ommendation of a friend I procured
a bottle of August Flower. It seem-
ed to do me good at once. I gained
strength and flesh rapidly. I feel
now like a new man, and consider
that August-Flower has cured me."
Jas. E. Dederick, Saugerties, N.Y.@

it is better to take Scott's
Emulsion of cod-liver oil
when that decline in health
begins-the decline which
precedes consumptin--
rather than wait for the germ
to begin to grow in our lungs.
"Prevention is better than

cure;" and surer. The say-
ing never was truer than
What is it to prevent con-

Let us send you a book on

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ATENUTSW-hlln r c'.
Pr-' t .I..llY m__40-Page boo t'ree.

Mother (looking over her bo3's shoul-
der) -"Your spelling is perfectly terri-
Little" Soun-"This i-n't a spcllin' les-
son. It's a conpo.ition."
Comiple-iou cleared with Small Bile Beans.
One of the most. beautiful sights on
earth is a happy child.
If you want a positive ,cure for Bilious At-
tacks and cold-, u.-e Bile Beans .S-mall.
The only heavy burdens are those we
try ,tO carry ourselves.: ,
Will do goil in almost every case of sickness
--minll Bile B-aan.
False worship will kill the soul as
quick as no worship.
Chicago, Ill., has begun a canal to cost $30,-
f-i0,ii,i %. s li,.h is to carry large vessels from the
lake- to the Misissippi .
A Child Enjoys
*'The pleasant flavor, gentle action and sooth-
ing effect of Syrip of Figs, when in need of a
laxative, an] if the father or mother be cos-
tive or bilious, the most gratifying results fol-
low its use; so that it is the best family rem-
edy known and every family should have c
An incandoel'cnt lamp without a filament is
the next electrical improvement promised.
EEECHAM'SPILtLS cure bilious and nervous-
illness. Betchanm'i Pills sell well because
they cure. 2,5 cents abox.
Our old reliable eye-water rure.s weak or in-
flamed eeesor T-ranulaled lid- without pain.
Price 25e. John R. Dickey DrugCo.. Bristol. Va.


S, rs. Annite W. Jordan'
Of i65 Tremont St.., toiton, was in very poor
'health, from bid circulation of the blood, itav-
i ,n ruIh f' blood to the head. numib spells and
chilk,aud the ph.,.i-;an .-aid the veins were al-
most bur-ting alU oer her body. A coljision
with a double runiter broiirht on neuralgia o
the liver, causing great suffering. zhe could
L.ot take the doctor' mruedicine, so took
and soon fully recovered, and now enjoys per-
fect health. She r iv- she c-ul' ljraise hlood's
Saraparilla all day and then not say enough.
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I had a malignant breaking out on my leg
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with two and a half bottles of
Other blood medicines had failed
to do me any good. ILL C. BEATv,
Yorkville, SC.

I was troubled from childhood with an at-
ravated ease of Totter, and three bottles of
cured me permanently.
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One doEar gets the GULF-COASTER
for one year.
Ir. -Joe G tden rath left for
GOcrgia last week.
The charming Mrs. Seldpn is the
the gue.t of" Mrs. Walker,
Mr. W. H. Anderson went to
Gainesville Tuesday on business.,
la our next issue we will giv the
proceedings of the' conventipi of the
Y. P. S. C. E.
Capt B. W. Mavsoi has made sev-
eral large sliipw'nts of cedar to
Europe this week.

The bouy tender L tu'.,I, made
port a visit on FriVay' l.1t, C
Carsgrove in couiulanli. "
The Methodist pia,-,-nhag :e T
u n 1de gone a t'LTroLigh repairing
the hands of Capt. Picket.
The revenue cutter Forward, C
Littlefield in command wc~ghed
chor in our port on Thursday 1as
There will be services in
Episcopal church Sunday bothn
ani mining ReL. Mr. Holman

Mr. W. T. McCreary one of
most successful fishermen on4
coast made a catch of 4,200 trolt
the 19t i.
1Mr. R. T. Daniel and Mr. J.
Davis two of our mammoth fish,
oyst -r deal, s, made a bti!iue.,s
to it;iu seville yesterday. -
Muss S.illie.Hdohnes has been cq
ill for the past a\-lek, bult we are
to I. arn tIhroutih Dr. Vincent.'
sLe is now c',u'alet-cinig

Mr. G. \V. X.':iicclo, of, W
Park ;the sta'e -'c'r-t ,vr of the Y
S. C. E., has been stopping witlhj
White for tihe last two days.

We are lu receipt of a hands
paletidar from the old anid reli
fi-rnim '\fuclhcser Repe.euin.-Z,A
Co., of New Hilven, Coun.

The many friends-, olt Mis
Smith wil be !.i'i.1 to knoAl that
will spend s-v 'r.u, wet-,ks in C'
IKev with ?.[s. IHe'i (.,',a-htnnn.
Five tram,) cmine into ,our
nu thil n g iL of the h23.1, tlhy
prolunjily idriv-E.n out of the .
Therp, i.-s notmilh true worth i
tramp thnt won't work.

Hon. T. P. Chairs and
(auahnter Mi-s M-imie Ch'lnre;
Miss Maggie McCarty of O1 1 To
came do in on the train Tui-sday
are the Le.nsts of Hon. W. D. Fin

Mr. G. P. Qulintan ce, tf Ar
and Mr. H>,,-ward Smith, of Gui
rille, p1aid the GULF COASTF!
plensani call Vysterday, Mir. OQwi
ance is an extensive dea'er in i

Rev. Mr. 'loweland and tnam
arrived in our city Monday ni
The people are glad to welc
them to our island city. Mr. Ho
land will preach at Atseena (
Sunday both night 'and 1nornin

S91 Mr. WV. R. Hodlges ca/me nv-a
ing shot by some unknown pe:
on last Monday night. W
S-returning from Mr. George Ki
he was fire upon from ambush
bullet, missing his h.ad about
half inch.
-. Willie Stewvart and Henry P
two colored boys became involve
p quarrel on Last Friday, Pratt sti
Stewart several times with a st
Stewart drw a knife and stab
Pratt inflictina a painful but not
otis'w und. They were promptly
iest-d by officer Sutton and brou
before Mayor Luterloh, who d
justice to each.

Mr. B3.,- Hodgson formerly
old citizen ot Ce.lar Key but no
successful uierchant in the cit.
Archer was crossing palms with
many friends in ou: city yester
We learn that Mr. Hodgson is
a pirant. for the position, ot p
imite othtpae. eca

master of that place.. We canu
of Mr. Hodqsou that he is a
democratt and no one is more
able for that position.

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- A, ~ 0p..j.Itrr ar.-.-nn,. ...n- .0.,. .-,n- -V. OTT

':ie Lvttonu Literary Circle will
,lL in the parlou of Mis. L. M. Bar- i
,' .',,., ,10 o ,aii ti .
li,.l raillairvy 17:,h. i whu taklee u intierl .t in Ie illI t
Aut o:.-1fo' the evenin;Gg Milton; 't,.ihlar competition 01 T
e, M.- Edg r rElliott; R *' e Mapgazine. publiih(:a.ti o at
r E R rio. Til. com edition iq op ,

station, Miss Kate Mitson; Song,
Miss Lu-cy Trader; Locals Mr. W. R.
Hodges; Reading, M1rs. Walker;
Song, Mrs F. A. Wdlfe; Qtestion
Box, Dr. R. T. Walker; Mupic, Miss
Pearl. Fields; Recitation, Lafdon
Walker;.Music, Mrs. L. M. Barnard.

Sprinkles of Spice.
IT does not follow that a man with
a husky voice is a corn doctor,-TJti-
ca Observer.

and i free to nil l no care t,."
that i-3 iec-veisary is to- Ien -ii
following o( esti-ton,; I. \Lhicl .
book in mte lw Te,,taJin:
the s.h'-lrt -t? .;. The l ->il,n':.s
lshol td-t rM ail "',. 'v<-r
-oi l I n.l. ll -, t_'.t.: I.I i. 'r
1.,,. ri' oll- [,-) ttli'3 ] pt.io r

uly intl.t a, ii-T e Ladie.. H I ;
Ian '-,ll t o n I i' .1 e
L L.Ur nJ. l Me La.lief HN
O n- .,n t ., I'Mii i



THE "big guns" at the banquets Notice o. D
are those who are fired with elo-
STli, >o-i,:,rt,- iship
quence so as to produce reports in i
r e n F A. lVo1te .ua
the newspapers.-Washington :tLi:. .i, Ture ,nr,iie,
"DID yoa ever see Charlev Tieh .. ,n,.', u ,l .
min''s four in-hland?" She asked J l,
"Yes" he answered, sadly, "I saw ,
them last night. They were all. ,-CE-^ -A-W
.ies.-,Washingtor Star. i l |, ,:.
lts is the most, dangerous coun-e ,-hry ill-ltiu. No :.i.Va
tri- i (r.t I- il-l' tt, .
terfeit I ever c,Lue across," rei;arked t,
U il [ ENT-A.\ to st'
the actor, as he feit the latfh-and-1 r -F ,l.,irt-r, i J ,1i 1
canvas bridge giving-,a" way under his ,I.-,.t r,. well rninleii
feet.--Id inapolis Journal. inl,) iu k eitJ"r.
h. ,ls.ntb. ,. J,
Vgicro-"Your son is in ,a drug RE.,_.
store, I believe?"' Old Lady--"Yes, iFl_ .ai I)i,, stiklvini' fizzleology. Vistor- I rIl nt .tper ouEth. E. J.
r eut til r l ,*
beg pardon?" Old Lady-"He runs il,,,lr.
the soda foui*ain."--Detroit ree FOi- ELR- 1.Etl
Sess,t 511iull it., r, t i Ir

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rec- The Deatliof Capt. T, C. Eltis. ORRENT-A sr:,.',,i ,ellini
,* ,. '; lit i a l i, n d,\ t t ril;I
Capt. T. 0.. Ellis, the oldest citizen lne .... .. I i:-Ili re at .1, l. -I
S- .I I I ,.li- It ird L I :tIiU a 11 oo' 1 it'I-0 1
of Gainesville died at his residence, t ..i in :'.i .I i.--l l
tfi ei M .. r. II
in thiscity on Thuislay night at 12 ,, .it iaS
our o'clock. Few men in the state O -
it onD Florida ad a lInrge r circle of friends sfe
to, 5. T, ",
anil acli'intances than Capt. T. C. GEORG
A.' Ellis. 11Hewas an honest, uprigh'it,. nINESS CQL.
and concientious manu. T.Loe who.kaew, r
trip him best respete1 him the' mo. I .
I n'ill the relations of life he was' a *
uite dcit'n. He. w.is a man who,
i b!lieved1-in oo go%, ,> I i, ci at. and
that ieunt his energies in t,he direction of
i.h',se -I,-.l'UI'esu li.:'t calculated to ,
,p(,inioJte peace and .r: .t:ityl amo: ,,
iu' r ine peo.Ie. He was one of tile few
Y P. wito) as a pioneer. -i:)nt..iitrte-l the -- .
Col. lifticulties and dangers incident to
,/ vin; the vwiy fid' the pr--i,rft' .
,id happiness of those who were to Ai A K E
e ife belonged tI the class of mren Every young Liady Uld Gent.lem U. t, lit
k 'rm s It", Lli.ll 11"e :on_, ,ll i1) 4, il the I L ;
,\ho iare Lfa 1 p 1;.".i :l'":.'I, and to Bi k l -in,',]ori0 ..t ..J ..rrlegr Je :,,
:r-r.d .r tei-- -:,ti ,,i. it titi e miie' (, \-veP
ahorn a debt. ol gratituId.- is due i,iii ,,,I ,he tuition. 11111oI a llppliHcatti the,.
:)i .a w .1 l will nu *..r be paid. His 'er- n o p ,
sl,' vices to the S ta. d lMi in -the Iindi, -m i i-: .' -d.u tti:i n l,' t t
edtlir Va,t etitlekl Li o a consideration the i lhnre.,-i.-'.ite eit -e
Lt I'In *? rl inU-tJ iiK.C fi1 it l1:1- in 11, rl i
.,t the *hands- i the government cI rv' i. -tin,,t,- Iti1:ii t. ta.-. Linr i
W I s H eIsti-il ;l"',t 1 l tui -ut tlll S ti % 11 .t'Ill'ti
S \V bIt Whi f es T I't.cl)1llized. H e tiu ,1 but t,, ,-,-th 1 .l" tle e'l;en~ t:
cite r :d beed a consistent member of t.e /,,' i :lu ,- i,. ke:'ha t, "
w ere ., h l a c ,e ,,tfr ,r C, anaieltl '
cit aitsit. chuirchI for nn rlv half a ce -. i.
c it" '', : I 1 .-i,[ ,,i .-, i ':- r.d worthy igra.tlil 1
S i* ttv., and was, for his many virtues, ---. r .i..I. i r.- e n
I I" *' ,.. ,i .,l -..:I.,111 -. .' '.itkiit l iln11 ce mta u fiea
i uitver-sal!v r.- pete-1. TIE ~SiN, iD ro),'t throw away tine. n eo'.t B
oluinu l wi h the -whole Iltople of I:i u iii! .,11111 i t. -i'i ,lV l iidrC'J
i t ,I, ','.alit & MavitLi.
hi,- tills community, would extend to M'acqc .,-,.
and tho- e who are now bowed down with '
0o.n. grief inexpressible that' ondo1en( J S. BO DIFOR
at.d *it.-iAlo to the melancholy occa-
S Cedar Key, Fla.

The cause of hip death began six Dealer In
Sy e-., ago ang has been grwmin- in i l I11 Tl j
h proportion tt) his failinffg health until P i 1 ;.
ns t ih.nsliln became so great as to Sialion(fli
R n break the thread that bound him to Allthe latest Peri.dica s. and N^v p
L el.. .lept on hand. ,
i All his lauily vwee with hinm al- ,
.nulst constantly and were 1o'.lking
ily into his eyes a-s *they closed upon -
ght. them. and all earthly scenes for eve,.
ome A, the end drew near letters weret0 0
)lvP- written to many kinsmen and among 0
Otie those that came to his aide were Mir.
g,' and Mrs. Jonathan Weeks, of Mike,- 0
vill; Col. Wmin. ,Veelks, ot'Starke, and i
1)"- (.eo. B. Ellis, of Fort White. He __i=
rson died Thursday night as thp city '
hil clock was striking twelve, and was C 0
g':u buried yesterday from tha Baptist z
the church at 2 p. ii. by Rev, H. M.
one- King, in the family lot in Evergreen
cemetery. w
ratt, Mes.;rs. J. D. Mathierson, G.. K. .-
1 i. Bro-me, J. D. r.. mwell, S,' Y. Fin-l W
I:cek ley, T. .cMillht 1id L. X. Jaelck-
ick, sou act a, II he e .-. :lil
Lb,.,- 0Un.I
seri- C:apt. Elli ~ .:I-.; ha v ii l- is iL -l
' a- (edar Key wi,. will In1 sad1len,'d to
ghr IleL-ar o his death.
Subscribe for the GULF-COASTEI.

y an 0. M. Vincent, .I. D. PLysician
w a and Surgeon. Cu-'ar Keys, 1 lorida. U
Sof Offers his pi'ofes i,.ual services to the, a"
Sfl people of Cedar Keys and Viciuity. -
ia OlOffice under City Hall next to GULF- i
ost C ll on O. J. Friend and examine his
choice. selection of Jewelry, \V,:tch-
sa' es Clocks, Diamonds, &-. He\ will
true save you money.. His motto is fnir U
suit Idealings and bottom prices. Shop l
,..i'osite Schlemmer House. "




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Shi',il. Ut-uiert.'cing depnrt'n.nt open
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Gainesville, Fla., C-14-9-..
r. S. EODIroRP., C dcar Key Fla.,
DEAR '?.iR:--EHaving used Grove,-
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Kissed b, sunshine, Il'led b, breezes,
Lies mine own, my native land,
With the waves from Gulf and Ocean,
Breaking on ;is shining sand;
Countless lakes and winding rivers,
Almost lost in depths of green ;
Fairest flowers entwine to crown her,
Florida the Southern Queen.
Northern boatmen, leave your rivers
That the Frdst King bridges o'er,
Here he rules not, I 'am ready,
Waiting for your guiding oar.
And the life within my waters, *
Glittering v.ith rairbow hues,
Far exceeds your hildest fancy-
All I offer-yours to choose.
Warmer grows m/ heart, and ,.'armer,
Glad my d3,s and full of mirth,
rill, aelast, ny j.:-urney ended-
In the arms of fair Lake Worth
Do Il e, her shores caressing
Through the sun kissed happy hou
et the Indian Riher bear you
To this dream-like Land of Flowers :
Copy of this song complete w\it'
nusic mailed free \ith other and i.,,
information zoncerning, JACKSONVILLE'
WAYS and STEAMERS, to all Florid.
Resorts. G. D. AtKERLY, G. P. A.,


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SAluminum Silver Solid Metal Table Spoons, .(0 SENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
6 A desert lip-uves, 50Bd MetTbl e These goods are notAteyaesolid met
6 TeaSpoons. 1.50 and will ear likte silver.
S Plate Medium Forks, 8.00 RAD THmI-AGNMmCOT OFFE.
S PlatedSolidMedlum KnivesO Tothealst .
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SolMetalDessert Knveks, and.toevery flth lady thereafterwho anawdrethb
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SPie Knfe, 2.00 4 at r gold fled case and a full Jeweled Swir
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