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JAWIN D, -O 84* are not due -m to an a Item di.mo
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fnnnwd fon of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt- by
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o Offee is paid to be the hope of everywhere esteemed so highly by. all Th
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aia .eff ects are due to the fact, that it is the
' b ,smikants of a class greatly one remedy which promotes internal flo
,-,d.. Mn ofh-.saupr ,an- cleanliness, without debilitating the r
,. eY" Many -f.- organs ono wich it acts. It is therefore gr;
t'ate;aare of no advantage to 'the"- &-.importft- order to get its bene- de
a save for the taxes they fial efects, to note when you pur tre
eognt save o t taxechase, that you have the genuine article,
pay One of the largest sugar which is manufactured by the California froi
S -,.i o- i Ha i i .... .Fig Syrp Co. only, and sold by all rep- it
plotations hi Hawtaii iq owned b3 utable druggists. ,.
son*Tarients. The manager and In ithe enjoyment of good health, wh
gietWie mldent one ^this plantto arid the system is :regular, then laxa- of
.gy ,Whit. man On this plantation fives or other remedies are not needed. Of
.'we eidizenal of balifrnia nod every If'afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
laborer ii a Chinese or Japanese, physicians, but if in need of a laxative, iv
The plantation has its own store then one should have the best, andwith ab
the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Which all the employees patronize, Figs stands highest and is most largely ka
: that. ydar bty year, every dollar edandgivesmostgeneralsatisfaction. ab
I9 of the prod ncts of this planta- f'
tion of twenty thousanDd acres/ is style in grass huts. The district Th
sent out of the country to the is capable of suppo:invg in comfort an
SUited States, to China, to Japan. and ptiosperity one hundred thous. W
Sgar plantations, it is claimed, and people, as it has been dis(ov- cu
minst be conducted by large corpor. ered that in these Islands one acre th
atmons. no small cane-grower has of good land will support eight eq
ever been found who could sue- people. ThePana district is about eli
eftlUye conduct the business" But ten miles wide and fifty 'lonug, so pi
witflee it is different. coffee one can understau.i what an enor-
h the *'poor man's crop." From inus population iE Ws capable o ou
ive to ten acres may be cultivated sustaining. Puua, like mos1 of ro
'..bY nperson, wind a single crop Hawaii, is a very rocky and ster- st
$1" beeqI known to yield five hun- ile. The northern part is covered o0
dried 'dollars per acre. with a dense lauhala' forest, and is th
vr hiuly inhabited.
Coff.eelands woulddisgust even v," h g
-farmers." Hb- --t,. TbLs district is covered, with w
.s7i.,^ble to produce any- a-ci-,,ut lava flows. The only flow g
."Wiald be peas~lbe to prouuce any- ........ ,i;i.
thigjall from the stone nd of recent, date is that of 184 hih ti
lava would puzzle any one fully flowed under grojund for many stl

Gonversant with the stony lands of, miles, and then burst With and le
Now England, and yet the best went 4own to the sea, overwhelm le
9offep trees are found growing out lug a small village in its course.
ef this same rock and lava. A In the course of this flow may be n
gentleman who has been making found lava vases aud trees made h
gnle scientific investigation into by the hot tide rushing like an av- co

eoifee-growing, says that lava cov alanclie down the mou:Ltain side, w
ered soil is the very best in which and striking a tiee with-such toice a
to plant coffee. This gentleman as to ,plash the molten lava up one t
.a a coffee plantation eof forty side, sometimes to the height of a ,
and his trees yiel( two hundred feet, where it cooled anld
rosi andushs btree y.o tw o d
t.tTigthardened, ,tud, after the wood
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..e ed th a tng swb ih isp he result burn ed out in the f elter, it left a
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' 'obed thae byt sprayingeyengw caverns are quite abundant inl

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e. a: l hsuperiore a d~ratic e end oe- eisracel.e Itois nt hswafe tho vnugh.
So- tohe acre. Ol the other hand into a cae without a compete
.I7t cosee growers claim a better gaide. r a
S Si ta and, and the worki so Mr WriP, of the Walders etaxn
r gtheyhag. one, ia certainly ship Company, has uncorpooated ay
S. l n -Pdritndistrict is, to a coffee association oith a paid up
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S- gion on the.great-island of Ha. opening up te conee cuuuy i
," ', an, has but two thousand Puna. The company has purchased
t.habitadts, most of whom are three hundred acres ot the best
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often lotp, and it t8 intended to
uce iudustrieus Americans of
.all means tu emDrtU to the is
HIs and eurgAge in coffee growing.
is Proposed to e -tlheiu one
nation in retur r improving
e for thlie comply. .The com-
ny itself 1ill have one hundred
res in coffee, fifty in eocoa ten
enty in citron roots ; and will
lize the balance of its thr,.e hun-
ed in pine apples and guavas for
y. '
Kana, the rival of Pnua, is about
barred and sterile a country as
has ever been my lot to see.
e travels over miles and mi'es of
ackened looks and L.Iva jiow,
6t ol it in this portion of the is-
id bei-ing the rugged flow caill(d
the natives "aa." On the firsi
y wecrossed the flow of 1887.
is is black, but alter a travel of
n hours the color changes. The
w is older, and trees are found
owing 0on it. Occasionally the
ad branches of monster chia
ecs could be seen sticking up
im the lava which overwhelmou
in past year, the top- branches
lite and glistening like the bones
a skeleton.
After we had passed the blatk
va flow of 188'7, which extends r
out ten miles beyond the Kahu-
Ranch, the tiees became more
undant, and soon we were in
Irests of ferns and uhia trees.
ie road here is through the lava,
d stra'git ps an air line railroaid
'here there are trees th6 rioad is
t directly through them, and if
ere are no trees the road ist
ually as discei'nable by the lv-
ing down of the lava, wliich is
led ud in a wall ou either side.
For hours at a time we wounded
ur way up hill and (ldon, the
adbed often choked with great
ones over which the tired horses
>uld hardly step. Whenever
Lere was a smooth bit of Ooad, the
uide utteled a shout: ,Wic-ke,
ic-ke!" and put- the horses at- a
allop. This was only four a bhort
me, however, for there is iot a
trip of good 'road fifty ya:ds ill
>ngthin all Kaha, after you have
ft the s gar plantations;
People in lHawaii seem to have
o more idea of miles than th(-
ave of the cardinal points of th(
ompass, and that is nil. Whei
'e were halfa day's journey iroi
village or plantation ad I askc<
he distance, the answer would be
'Ohit is too far!" If the plac
was oaly two or three miles aware
-heanswer would be: -Oh10h Wsno
to far., White men snem to hav
succumnb.ed, ta this custom. ef th
uatives. I ask;.,d a Norwegirn th
dist<(nce to Iloukeuia, and ie an
swered:
aFobr louis,1 1
'But how many milef" aske
I don'If know," he 'aufcere
" We never reckon distance l
ga~les, but by the hours it takes
reach a place. It may bei eight
miay be twelve miles, may ,be af
but all the same it will take ,y
four hours to make it." ..
At Hook nia I met several cco
fee growers. "
"Yuu want to know -ometh
about coffee, do you?" said a m
in linen ulster and broad brimm
PF'aama, hat. ,
"Yes, 1 have come all the way
lina to see the celebra'ad Ka
cofthe, which is said to be the L.
ia the wordd"


'.Let me tell yer solu-.th
\uung man," the gentleman si
advancing to me aud laying
hand on my shoulder. "I h;
the only coffee plantaltion on
ial." Ie had the air of a i
nonaire of vast importance, as
stood with hsh uds in his p(
ets and a look o' siup -ioiiLy all
face.
-.:v 1,.1.'ge a pliantailioi h
you'-` l a.sle I.
"W I, I h.'a\e u' ;:. re, of I
:ug trees, )ut I umi g,1ing i 1)
lorty mi') ."
Ho. keut.t is on ti h, co .s
bactk ot it is a ,4,'tv t lon,,m t in %v
wihl tedse.' t." es a gro\
'rhef.e swii cotfr, trees awe \',
blo, a;ilv have lIeen known
y Id tir pIonlnds oi co.lce to
Ie. "'r\%%) ,.le.s a ,ml- a half I
HocL;( Wit i bu M1Z'.- .I !k;t road
cQLlou.Stii'tU t! C Moigau &
3l,>.lA :r 'lpinliltiou, whli'h, hi
has oui} itt atners in coffee, y
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The it was late in Dfecember
when I rode up to the managei',s
house and dismounted, the day- was
as hot as one in August in the
temperate zone. Mrt J M Davis,.
the,owner of the plantation, was
reclinfing on the piazza in hrs shini
sleeves, in a steamer chair.
'So you have come to look at
my coffee, have you?!'" he sald,
stattiug to his feet on my ap-
proach. "Well, come in and have
a cool drink. This deli-htful
weaLher triust be a little harild t.nu
on you northerners until 3ou gtt
used to it. 1 am ,a New 1 orlir.
uiyse)f but I thiuk this the' Leal
thiest country in the wurld." '
Atter a few moments r'sL \% e
took a ,troll thioulgh the,. coffie-c
trees, tind then went to i1he mLuli
and looked into a gieat -bux in
which several thousand pounds of'
cofee had been put. "B$ the
thy next .-teamer we ship onM hun'
dred ad fifty bags," said M ] Da.
VIs. ;,
After'. leaving' ,i; is plantation
the road for miles led utrotigh a
forest Of wild cof.fe, ferui, 1anti
ohia trees. Thousands ot Jjl)au-
"se were busy gAtheriung co'flee and
piles of bagsottreshly licklt ber-.
ries were lying at eveiy milee
There was coffee everywhere, Uintil
it seemed as it there was enough
to supply the world. The bu.,hft.-
grew' so dense on cach s:ide of the
road that Me could not see ten
paces into them, but the chhtt~eriug
of Japanese as they picked Lit-.
beri.s could be distinctly h,-ard,
JoHN. RA 1us7cK.
STATE OF 011', "
CITY OF TOLEDO, s. s. .
LUCAS COUNTY. }
FRANK J. CHNEY makes oat h that
he, is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. CHEaEY & Co, doing business in
y the Oity of Toledo, County and State
e aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
, the sum of GNE HUNDRED DOL-
L&RS for each and every 'case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by th(
d use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. ,
*: FRANK J. CHENEY.
e SvWorn to before me and subscribed
, in my presence, this 6th dav of De
t ceipemir, A., D.,1886.
F J A. W. GLEASON,
e l ySEAr.g i 5 .
Ie .- Notary.Public.
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F.J. CHENEY & COl,
Toledo, Ohio,
d. Sold iy Druggists, 75c., ,
(?. Halis Family Pills are the best
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to The World's Fair Test
t sh Iowed no baking powder
x, so pure or so great In lea
ou ewing power as the Royal.

f. PHILADELPH).A'S ANT HILI
"The Ant Hill" is the curios
in name given by residents of tl
an Fifth Ward toa group of house
ed ;fronting on the west side of Thi
Street and the norr.h side
to Spruce. The appellation is
na tributable to the fa:l that for so
eat reason unknown the buildin
within a prescribed radius are co
in'. pletely overrun with ants.
id, The pp.ts seem to conflue th
his attentions to the territory bound
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by Third Street on the "ast, Bing-
hain's Court on the est, Spruce
Street on the south Iu( Willing's
ally on the north. hy have
occupied this ground IoaR hundred
years to the certra"n knowledlge.ol
inman, and previous to :4-thut, iioba-.
bly hel uudiispuited sw,;y "'long Ie-
fole Columbus stoud hiis leg on end
and was tfirel'l with t.ie ;alum'itiu to
seek undiscovered worlds.
SThird and Spruce Streets were
at one time in the center of Phila-
delphia's gay life. The lit uses are
all old, aund while inmany of then
still retain a .-,emblance of respec-
,tab lily, the majority of the impo:-
ing, buildings are uowv occupied b%
1H11 -un.s and P,,lih imm'griuts.-
Pl adelphia Recoid.


GOOD GOODS A CBEAP-GOODS PRICK

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MERCHANT OF BROOKSV L1

HE KEEPS. EVERYTHING '

FROM A BIT OF LACE TO A PLO ..,
^'' ft^ ^^ f^^^ ^ .. ".,-?^

S "-LADIfES DRESS GOODS-- "


ATET ST Y ES' '-
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: '- GREAT VARIETY. -

Dry Goods- Groceries- Clothing, Boots and Show'-*
Harness. Hardware, Crockery?
THINGS FOR EVEFRYBODY
A. v%, x@.H.W


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GENERAL MEiRlHlA

Drugsand Patent Medicines, Tobacco andCigao -

SEWIN,G MACHINES

Th Leather, Bridles, Harness & Saddles.%
the Lowrev and Citrus Wagons. The C'eleeto
te 1Remiton Rifles and Shot Guns, En-
glish B -M Loading S'g & D'b Shot Gurra
Brass and Paper 'Shells, Shot, Power,
,-__ CaPS, Cartridges, Fishing Tackel.

CO LUM~u

S AND SCHOOL OF SHORT-HAND.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS COLLEGE "ill THE I61I1TI16
C, theapest; and Most Practical. -legant 'Catalogue Fm'. COLU W %


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Doctors Say;
Biliodus and Intermittent Fevers
which prevail in miasmatic dis-
tricts are invariably accompan-
ied by derangements of the
Stomach Liver and Bowels.
The Secret of Health.
The liver is the great "driving
wheel" in the mechanism of
man, and when it is out oforder,
the whole system becomes de-
ranged and disease is the result.
Tutt's Liver Pills
Cure all Liver Troubles.

FUNK & WAGNAl LS"

Standard

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PRIS ICES:
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d Half Russia, S15.00 $18.00
Full Russia, 18.oo 22.o
Marocco, 22.oo 26.o
I'fno L ,.nt is In y:',ur town .end youv su )sc
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AND BAORD.Z


Stulents taught lby actual transactions and learn more in three months itI
a the


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Than they could in six months by the old methods.


Lung
Troubles
"s even years ago, my w ife ad
a severelung trouble, which phy-
sicians called consumption. The
cough was distressing and attend-
ed with spitting f blood. As
Doctors did not help her she tried
AYER'S


g% herry Pectoral
17, -and was surrrised at the relief H
gave. one bottle of this medoi
cine cured her. and she has -nol
Sthe least doubt but Ayer's Cheqr
Pectoral saved her life."-is
.* MORRIS, bMemphis, Tenn.
Medal
and Diploma
SAt World's Fair.@


MASSEY CHAIN OF COMMERCIAL COLLEG6i

pital, $30,000.00. Students Railroadi ,.'
14 M .PRESIDENT
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS ;

V. R. MASSEY, PRESIDENT


-, $ s s -s-tat-1 t * 4;-

*i; 'J.SAVE DOLLARS ^
'i'- 'By purchasing one of the Richmond Deslk,'c a
S pany's beautiful Boll1top Offoe Desks. They in
Being manufdtured "d old. at
lox prim Yoa can buy t em forl
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country.
For tbis reason I am-in fi.tor of
bi-metalism, or the coinage and use
of buth metals,, but always, Mr
Speaker, under such circumstance S
and conditions as would can e
them to circulate on an equality,
and would make them keep thit
debt paying power the same."
This pohitiou 1 so "manifes, ly
corrcotiand so evidentij based upor
cazelful investigatio, th t i carrie'. )
conviction witif evwy wordl and
proves Mr Spilrkman to be fully
competent todeal Inteiligently wit.
this most memenetoui qiestio-u
which, a'mce without inBCi mi3iss( n,
has been blnOe the people for a
qL .Lter of a t.enctury.
Speaking ffarher be puts the m
tLUn- sl.Ve..'a d the single g I..ld
staud.ordagith'ion tIh it has jare
veiled A'o r veraai v ea..'s ia .a u:;
Sheit as fullow.;"-rI know that the
P-3- ftP'orIivvr COTIA..', I huseij ;-o IVIL r1
L4influeuuci. lSy L!:u<.e; 3'iicc, ly .
ereatedl.Iu theati r.'cyatiG 04 1,C
tl' [ii! ..v.'., th 0 ow 1ers sA nit u.-.
Z, = .
'. S' :-.'.' portss
S.how RoyaI iBicigg Powder
qfuperior t iall others.


"- had better see,


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H li i oir agent and will tell youo
all about it.

Ai &o.di a ent 'anted i.-,
eevery oity and town, i. the
United States.
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COMPANY.
T. M. BURT. H'nt'
BROOKSVILLE, F.LAk.


SUL, glS 6 LLEGES
SimiSTOL, V4.,-TENN.A H ~~seRfa
.A CHRISTiAN HOW.EF
FOR SCHOOL CIRL3,
A 'l. ~ T" f-: ,'v W, t 3 l~e. ll~ el" th.e %,'r-
jj fh A n .qShools. AU Collceiatv
3. lla 'e l n d a'li',il' of ,irst order. Con.
.. nUI$im dav 1'-f,.re first Monday
9T -y [ cIliapi f.or c im.lozue adO.reit
4~ r Oa k v0. S. U EARON Pfipe


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gjS v U citst tore news, lodal and
OW oUmer paper pub abod in Her-
coip"t a aonamittenBOf Intereest to
to mnusl"*-t.50 perannlnl T
too Sve abmI arelle timaon.ly.
8 We W 00VMyeiRt RateW given on apj
i it6 nto a nd a keoeekpoP
twEMjL.BOB NP RnaTo, Battor, BrooW.


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PIANO OR ORGAN


At your ue.re r.iilroad station, with completed ote ,fit, subject to ap.
provalafter a trial in yoaur uwt bme.


NO MONEY REQUIRED
Until youar r.H t0hor:,ughly slatisled." Our Prices are as Lowas any house it
:the Uni.,l Stae-s aMd our Tearms are .-o Reasonable, any one canE -
purchase and pay for an instrument
CONOVER KINGSBURY,
L FISCHER, -SCHUBERT PIANO.
VOCALION AEOLION FARPAND &
S VOTEY CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN

Brass and Small Instcuments, Music and Books. Write us, we will Iave you

SMOEY. -


THE ABCAMPBELLO

JACKSONVILLE- FLA


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Fathers

and

Mothers

Do you Love
Your Children?
If so, when they have the CROUP, that
comes like a thief in the night; or
WHOOPING COUGH. so harassing
and hard on feeble children; or COLDS,
the fountain head of so many diseases,
then use
"Dr. Seth Hart's


Guide for 1896, which contains lithographs of the
r'o'uble Sweet Pea, Roses, Fuchsias, Blackberries,
Raspberries, Nw Lea der Torn \o, Vegetables.
Filled wtth gr.-d thing,, =l= =- -...
old and new. Full li-t of TRIED AEND TR
Flowers, Vegetable. Sm'dl r OVIS .t *...
Fru;ts, etc., with descrip- Pnsa' Roeo,'i.
tion and prices. Mailed on Blackberry,
receipt of zo cents, which Leder Tonto,
Potatsoes.etc
may be deducted fr,:.m first Iw= -. .-
order-really rFxw-or free with an order for any
of the above. In the floral world it is the only safe


GUIDE
;d IR


'~ e- Ui--Iea@.
Are ryou bright and clever ? If so. you have
plentyof ideas of your own, also suse enough
to grasp good new ones when offered. Whatdo
You think of a 3.'column Illustrated MonithJy Pa-
per, each issue containing a Piece of Music, Vocal
or Instrumental, Latest Fashions, Good Steries,
Dramatic News and Portraits of Pretty Actress,
Household, Tolet and Fanc Work Hints, all for
25 cents a yMar. postpaid ? Seems too good to be
true, but we ive you exactly what we advertise
Sed As cents.aid see for yourself.
T'HE NEW IDEA CO.*
144- .Broadway, New York City.
Agents wanted. Liberal commission paid,


Croup Syrup"
Tested for many years and endorsed
by all druggists.
Keep it in the House,

MANUFAOTU'RED BY
Sie SETH HART GROUP SYRUP 00.
S ATHENS. OHIO.


NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO.
Mhe handsomest m Iql,:3 and fashion journa
Amerinca, full sheel mus-ic size. 8-. pages and hd
onLle cover.c'n-mtalingi from ten to twelve pieces
of vocnl or in'.rurutntal music, besides four of
lveportrai soflead.hg aciresse Subscription
by the year. .51... -aipl- cony. 10 ots. Addr..
The NEW YORK MISiCAL ECHO CO.,
BroAd.way Theatre Brilding, New Yo&
iXmnta wnnteit. Liharal conm n nsiji.


WE HAVE NO AGENTS
trt3bul bt hilp from our leaoqr as
\\\flS ^olemi0 pr OU, 6blp Ma,.
\ iawhore for teu0o0tlon; my
S .t. both w ytf ot mti-
f _Hfactory. 100 ld ot
_ .:--7 _"L-C-"Ui 90 r l. of
PaffiKSEH^lfc-4 ..ae. 4ud<o
'^^B /^^Jfor 12 PaROaon&i
^" ''-iA ^-J^^l o'. HABMB89 *NGL (Ic,
No 71114 $35. Wr. IL ft"Il afo7, wool, I"


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QC04Young l
-Men.:

Ml2. ..li,:,, t, t.-1,0, .1_ our "dv "t
mentsIn pIDS payeot forahlh Irade A e
btoyolo. Which wo send them on &p _royaL ire
wort done until 0a bicycled TIo- o ,
SYoung .Ladies a..., .

ACME CYCLE COnPANY.
ELKHART, IND. -
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Sfor Infants and Children.

THIRTY years' observation of Castoria with the patromaLge of
millions of persons, permit s to speak of it without gussiga* '
It is unquestionably the best remedy for Infants and Childrea
the world hUs ever known. It to harmle.s. Chldrea like it. It
gives them health. It wi ll ave thebi lies. In it Mothers havo
something which Is absolutely safeo and praetilally perftet as
ehild's medleine.
Captoria destroy. Worm&s.


I ,llIN A w b-JK u i1 6YE K.
M*lUBJ 0 r
ITO)RTnA PSESS ASOOIAT10
AO R T A8Wrrn A
NATIONAL PE ASSOCIATION


"Oastria prevents vomiting So' Curd.
Castoria cure s Diarrha and Wind Colio.
r
.Castoria relieves Teething Tronubls.
Castorla enre Constipation and Flataleney.
Gastoria neuntralize the effoots of oarbonio avoid gas or poisones ai .
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotie property.
CastofIl4 auiUates the food, regulate the '-Ao0mah and i 'web,


Don't allow any one to sell you anything else on the plea or prMMI"
that it in "ja% as good ".and wil answer every purpose."
See that you get C-A-S-T-0-OR-I-A.
The1fme-smle h"Im_.x aono ee
witbature af .

-Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.


Tm1 BROK81LLE i TE OJINJJ iK,

BROOKSVILLE, FLCRIDA,

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aVIN(tL t,..l';1luLLA Di. a..RO_ i 1-e
L. utL L id ..,io.utuac'r repoeaA i .u 3 as al-
utldtia'ut ,.ulWe Ehstate O0 OQ?. W. boafford,
de. eased, tiic6 Ls bteeby given tLhatsix montti
i'om the dale n,.reof 1, a auu admiilntaluator,
wul make my nuhl r'rt'us ot accouitis In he
m.LLLer or tue stud eta L toW the Huonoiable v.
tiunsey, County Juuge of Hernaaaouutrty nmid
da. to be dfscuafgW.i. F. d. HADJICK,
k-: biluarj 6, ., la0. Aanulil'stralor.
NUT'IOi r lt I1i.LlUA'l IU.N.
LANDU OFFICh AT LAINEVIL. E, FLA.,
JaNUAK 211H., IO6u.J
SOfiC0 IS 1 iHEREBY UGIVIN tliat tLe foijuw-
1. ltg-uantm itzLor> Lab nied Uoice .t ili ,n-
WLUIA LuWama [iDaut prod iin support or l o
WJtAIWl, f id i aL b"z.,IiUpO WUlwi bt iltade uolure
Iei.'K C[Ctait cu'LuL, aooBi O \tILle, kti.d L, on
MAuCU al'd., I.90o, viz:
GEO. AD4AA NOBLE, of Ortole,
J.Fiotua,
Hud. l.33, for e6 Noriu Hdiuofi'Norui.-Easttutar-
teraid Norh Htlit o! Nolnh-Wes. Quarbcr oW
Section 86, Township 2 S., Riage 21 m.
He names the following witneases to prove his
COLLLW.UUOus residence upon and cuiu1vation of,"
4a aianda, viz:
J. X. SmitL, of Oriole, Fla., J;. J. Giddens and
J. F. Glduenb, or Bay Clzy, ia., an-,J. W. Gri'z-
wold, of Wli.acoochee, 'ia.
J. M. BARCO, Register.


TI-a pONEY QUESTION.
The deaduratio party and il
leaders Wv3e maintained silence
quite lon gough on (the monev
question'. It is folly towait longer
in the bh that with returning
prosperity k son will come also.
Prosperuyis returning but they
forget thaU lorida is peculiarly
altnated. JW ile the tide is clearly
setting IItin f11 the other Soathern
State ti change is not so mani-
fest her because of the terrific
disasterith swept over Florida
destroyif lions productive pro-
perty In tui t,
Much t th present agitation is
owing tothe readfully depressed
couditiompot affairs that grew di-
reot0y fra otir misfortunes and it
[behooves us to be up and at work
'to counteract the influences now
working, to prevent yet greater
-disasters.
Looked at from an investors
standpoint Florida is all right.
i Her bonds and the bonds of her
cities, townz and counties are eag-.
Arly gathered up byinuanciers b at
this fact is notan indication of a
healthy flnanchd condition in the
country at large: It shows, it is
true, that there is no lack of
money, bat it shows too, that the
t people have ,lost confidence in
f values and that the pressing need
i of.the hour is the restoration of
that confidence. It is no time for
Experiments, the demand of the
L houris the adoption of a system
Already tried and proved. To ex-
periment is to make matters worse
and precipitate a greater evil than
the one we already labor under.
Bat to return to the subject.
Fre4 coinage is not and cannot be
a panacea for all our financial and
commercial ills. The trouble lies
deeper down. It lies in the unset-
tied condition of monetary affairs
and the uncertainty of values pro-
duced by this monetary condition.
Mr Sparkman in his speech in
the House of Representatives ,n
the Jth inst struck the. key note in
thexurrency questiea. -
ke took hold of and handled'
th subject in amnner that showed
him to havo studied deeply and
closely the question under consid-
eration, His language is clear,
concise and, unmistalable1 i its
meaning, hi$ argument logical and
convincing, there isi no attempt to
cover up, e*Jcnse or confuse by any
array of lgures or illustration, the
Cats as they exist and his whole
speech shows him to be a consci
encious, curageous and enlightned
-statesman seeking the best inter-
ests of the whole people regardless
of who felt the consequences.
IR a'plain, practical, common-
senbe- manner he discussed the
question from the enlightened
standpoint of history, science and
experience and reachell, as the log-
ical conclusion, the happy mean
between the extreema of gold auu
silver-bi-meitalism in its true
"sense. .
He said:,. "I do not care so
much for the silver miners ia the
West or the holders of stecks a-d
gold bonds in tue East, although
I would, in ihe enactmenut of laws,
as in their enlorcement, protect so
tar as possible the interest of eaci..
'hese clates" can :.,ke care of
themaelves atkd usual iy do. BuL,
there is a class of people between
these extreems. 1 mean the labor.
ing classes, those who work in tLhe
fields, the mines, the xactories aud


the Wol'k-Shops of ,the country,
whose interests we are prone to
forget and who should receive
equal consideration at the han1 *
o0 those who legislate tor the ent.i e


SirWU tparill is carefully
prepared by experiencedo
pharmacts from Sam.
PUiit, Dandelion, Man-,
drake, DockPipsisaewa,
niper Berrie, and other well known
vegetable remediesl. The Combination, Pro.
portion and Proess are Peculiar to Ilood's
Sarsaparlla, glf it strength and ourative
power' peculiar to Itself, notpos.-
sesed b, other medloines. Hood's

Sarsaparilla
Cures Sorofula, h Rheum, ores, Boils,
Pimples and all dhxr affections caused by
Impure blood; Dyppsa, Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Indlation, Debility, Catarrh,
Rheumatism, o rey and Liver Com-
wplaint. t is ot WhatHo
Sswe Say, but what Hood'
ells the Story Hood's
SSarsaparills o

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S Delta Cotton Co.
1 MEMPnIS, TENN., Oct.3,'1895.
.ME CYCLE Co., Elkhart, Ind. ..
%DEAR SIRS:-Yours of the 1st irjst"-'
-to hand; also the-Acine Bell for nm":: _
daughter, and to Lsay that she is d e-
lighted with it, would be puttingi'-?.
too mild. I had the.wheel sent otu.,-
\o Seminary, and at the-close of:
school it created more excitement'
among the girls than the proverbial,-
!Mary's Little Lamb." .Agaitithank '
ing you for the nice wheel, I ,.- ..
Yours truly, .
ER. W. HARR IS,= '
Vice-Pres. and Ge m.. ,
Ohio Au~sscialon Uniotls
onersor lie. *
COLUM'BUS, O e0p)t. 12;1895.
A bME CYCLE -d h-hart., Ind. ,'"'
'+P1
--^^AAJpilfT-The Acmie Llglit. '
loaatUr ctnreto-han 0. K. on te-
1othJnst, and I must frankly 'say it '
qieet.s my fullest expectations -and'. '%
amr very 'much pleased with it.-I I .
consider it a. strictlyhigh grae' up- d o
to-date wheel in every detail of de--
sign, material, construction and fnt-'.
ish, and is fully equal, if not superiOf
to many of the best $100.00 wh'eej, .f p :
on the market here. I believe the :
Acme frames the strongest abd i6st-' i ":
rigid and th^aogrWtx, e'ul and iigh't s..
-Se built. It gua beauty among
beauties and cannot, fail to satisfy,'-
Yours truly, "
(A'HAS. T. KEETCH, Rec. Sect. -
Th Largest and Most Completi".I
Establishment Sozuth.

Geo. S. Hacker &So"
.

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.A.VUFACTURER OF
DOORS, SHAH, BLINDS,
MOULDING AND "
BL LDING MATERIALL'
Onsce and Warerooms, King opposite Canion<'
SLreet. ,
Charleston, $. Qi,.
Purcbhase -our make, which wa
guaranrei- superior to any soedi
Sout antl tbereby save-
money.
Window aio Fancy Glass a Specialty.,


Dhe Ohipler Banner says it has
bo.empnotratedl that the friend
offlorida i W D Chipley-always
alive to her interests, looking for
her elfnre, laying aside all sell
forr ,e good, and who can do


SThe Montelair Topics makes a
g 0 point in the following:
.,* Florida farmer can sell
: .' the marchants f vbm whom
Mth have heretofore' purchased
fb"at.a?4 a htfal mind 1.
S for to te I"nsion that the
aie of the. mes promise still
better thIn aor this State in the
Simmediateutore.7
AtJhe state encampment at
P0 00 o the Florida Division of
a' 1d Oonfederate Veterans, on
S fildaiy-was re elected as comman-
.-der ot the division, re-appolnting
o F l._Fred L Robertson, Adjutant
Get"e and COhief of .the Division
S Staff. Gen William R Moore was
elected Brigadier General of the
Sseoond brigade, vice Gen William
Bafa, resigned, and Gen 8S G
Finch was elected to command
the third brigade.

A TefY 1rge number of Florida
newspapers are now vigorously
advocating the establishment of
calmeries. The Monticello Tribune
says: "We regret that there it not
a canning factory 'in every vege-
tat. -producing section of the
State. Small capital is required
toProc're a plant, and little labor
to operate it. The work is light
aId-'easily.nnderstood. There is no
., god reason why Florida should
allow its. surplus fruits and vege
tables to rott and then purchase
from other -States.,,

is a matte,,pf some surprise,
--- %t Unmixed with pleasure, tonote
that the Pensacola News is a warm
ohainpion of Gov Matthews, oJ
S Indiana, for the Democratic nomi
nation to the presidency. Gov
Matthews is eminently qualified,
bqt he will not command the sup-
port of those powerful eastern
0ates which have announced theif
intention to dictate both candidate
and platform. He is unfortunate-
'!'not a posibilitj.-Tampa Time-
On the contrary, he is both a pos-
sibility and a probability.-Pensa-
Scola Sews.


SHERIFF'S SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the following
u named executions issued out of the Cir-
cuit court In and for Hernando county, State o f
Florida, To-wit: The BrookcsvLle State Ban",
laintiff, and k. T. Maylleld & Co., is defen'-
an, issued the 8th., day o f November, A. D.,
1895. The Georgia Brewing Company, plainti ',
na 1. T. Maynfuld & iu., is defendant, issued
the 5th., Ciay of Dxecember, A. D., 18V6. Brookas-
vlle state Bank, isplalntif, and H. T. May-
field & Co.,ls defendant, snued ihe 9M., day of
January, A. 1., 1696, also ch as. W. Pcwell, ib
plalnui, and H. M 1.a aiad .:'o.,is defendants
ISSUeO the 9fUji.'day'ut Jj.3iUtry, A. 'L'., 16U.;,
I, as bherifX of said Count) and State, have
levied upon and Wiil seh.at pubhiu outcry to tCe
highest and best bidder, for cash, in front of ti.e
Courthouse aOor, in the Town or Brooksville,
said County and btaie on the
JPirst Monday in March,
A. D., 1896, the same being the Second day of
said month, the following described property,
or to much thereof as it wm take to -satisfy said
executious anud all legal costs thereon, To-
wit: .
One 100-horse-power James& Co. boiler, one
o)-Lura. puVr .uLi.ili aunid Taylor engine-
uuc Dtapi: .0.pimp, ue e* cinder dryer, two cen-
Sii.- at p2111:3, uue ph.,jphata cruslier, one 10-
horse-powe idonera.,u .v-horse-poei engine;
one rocari afrtW W.tsher, Oa." lJctl,-jal hoist
together Ith a Lu oteet Iron, one lot W heel-
barrows, wO truck c ars, lot of iron piping vari-
.ous lengubs aun! sl lot of els, lutialtaig, lot wire rope different
3izcS, lot wood in,i iron pulleys, lot sprocket
puoeyS ua L procIo[ Cet.ua, ue 0o1 are brick,
une Large weiguLiid Se'a'.. lot Coup',,.g, uCiarl
aril U.v _. torr auLI Lni, one nji zt.i., 10 i lip? ft-
1ag, one .rolly hnd cable, l.,i elerator uucjats,
uO utciin tiu tieiloritLek 3sLeL a,:iuiea, io0; LOOLS,
apoveis %at dWpleAuLItS, v.niwoelt oWith the
r.iant;uLnsls[n of [e name uuibjding wheiein is
5 LLih Va a LL e ,L ..4 h mo6y u Lu [Io u a ,.d n g T ow -1
-o tme dIl.)m --Liuul e wnh .ILL I[hei,' uL xtV rt- adii.

$"Lie U'Ll-E ngof
appurtenances thereto belonging. Said above,
Lroperu oIng that property la and about the
phosphate ipiana a, Keniiworth on what Is
anew aste Day lands in the above Lnmedn
,Uh.U ana4 -,Lav.. and desaibed as folow.
iorhi.:ai'uarte[^r et .forthWtst Quarter oi
NortneaSt itHer and East Haft of NJL ,l.-i.t
.tltter uq ectoan I ,WhtIy-thtie, Tow izip
IwVLiLy-ou.L uittU, K..icC "iwoL.t EiaS.
Lev ied upv6 as tie property of tho said do-
I,.d L iLts 9itnI0ao iatafy the above menti oned
xecthuiloni.' -
M-R. BURNS,
;1 Sherl iT Hernando County, Florlda.
W. S. JENNIN G ithd
0. C. MArtILIN, SL.,t.
Pid iti iff' ALL.,ru.-yS. -


Castoria allays Feverishneso,


4 lente, milaand uan ffotu


or of stocks or securities based
thereon, as t'e advocacy of the
single gold standard comes largely
from'those who have alike inter-
est in' gold.' These,, Mr Speaker,
are the two extreme s. Each, if
power were given them, would
have but a single standard, either
gold or silver. The one would
eliminate silver and the other gold.
But the laboring people, the pro-
ducing classes having no such
motives, demand no legislation
that would drive either metal out
ot circulation. They would use
both as standard money without
discrimination against the one or
the other.'
Mr Sparkman has brought to
the consideration and solution of
this question the powers of. a
thoroughly trained legal mind, the
analytical observation of the close
student and the plain, practical
common sense of a wide awake
business man U
With these he punctures the free,
and unlimited silver coinage bub-
ble and lays the ax at the root of
the single gold standard and holds
up to the view of Congreass and the
war.'d, bi metalism. Taat is vhatt.
the people want. They have no
use for a depreciated currency or
any legislation that can possibly
tend in that direction.
The democratic party of the
State, wh'-n it meets in convention,
can-take its platform from this
syeech with the full assurance that
it willineet all the wants of the
people now and in the time to


, giving healthy and natural assp..


v


'Ca.toria is put up in one-sle bottles only. It is not sold in bul.k


R.


W. A. JONES.
Cashier


B. MCCONNELL,
President,

Capital, $15,000


W. S. JENlINGS
Vice-President,


S Surplus, $2,700.


MASTER'S SALE.
In the i-r-'uit 0ourZ, Fifth Judicial Ciruit of
Fiornlo,, n and for Hernando County.-In
Chancery. .
George A, Thomasori
Complainant, I
vS. uBill to Foreclose Morn
William .M. Brooks, gage.
and wife, Sue G. .
B'o,'A-3,Cuie^.b.iaB..,ili-1] ,
waie,+an.i ,.ie, J._-i |
2!13 M. 0. W.tl",-' .1 eoI'
celver of firstt 'atlon-1
ceive
ai B1mit u.ola,
S i- h:,rk n, ,"'
D ieUd ... J
UNDER \AND BY VIRTUE Of a fluil deera,
renderedbylon.W.A. HockyI., ijaige ),
tne 5th., n mt iLe.a, i: Ic'.i t Ilorida, inthe cause
above stated oq, D(.':?L1...- 3ra., 1895, 6be under-
signed special Master in haliauoe .-, wil, on the
FIRST MONDAY, THE 31D.,DAY, IN FEBRU
ary, A. D., 1896, sell at public oUt-cry, for cash
to mne highest bidder, in froi- ot u.ia Court
'Hose door, in t Le town of Brooksvlle,, Hernan-
do County, 'iortlda, wimin the legal hours oi
sale, the following described- real estate, to-
wit-
Lots Four and Five in B0ock One In Mickler's
Addition to the town of Brooisvltuie, Florlda.
Pur.h.. .-er to pay for title.
SW. S. JENNINGOS,
G. (1. MATARTIN, SR., Spe'ial Master.
CO.O iL 13 .5.'JI I ,,l -l-
Thlas, TL'y. 1I,t., 1896.
The above sa ji Is postponJe until the FIRST
MONDAY IN .UIAR.'H, A. ,. g9, the sauie being
lhe CL'ond day . cuf.
e dW.-S. JENNINGS,
I* Special Master.
Dated this Vbruary 3rd., 1896.


come.


. -A
t.im! i. coming when you
need newv clot.hiug. Have
made up your mind .wimt
-hall purchase?


"NOW STOP THAT."


wi
yo


:"Now stop that" is the way the
Eddyville, [Ky,] Tale of two Citis
heads aun item from the NEws-REI&
ISTER endorsing Hou Geo C0 Mar,
tin for the Legillature. Our friend
o the Two Cities is.la)nt(iUg under
a inistakeu impression. However
it rmay be in Kentucky, the Pettni.
t ntiary aund the Legislature are
not synonymous ttermi, in Florida
and it was not animosity that
prompted:us to put forward the
claims of that elder brother of his,
but we'll let him tell- it so that our
readers may gain some idea of
what be thinks of the Kentucky
legisla ure:
"The abov6 clipping from a
Florida paper indicates that our
elder brother i4, not witlhait ene
mies, even in the sunny South, who
would gladly see him sentenced to-
a term in the Legislature. We
confess that in his boyhood dao s
he used to steal watermelons, tie
tin cans to pup's talls, play hooky
from Sunday school and perform
vaIrious and sundry other deeds
that'might be construed into an in.
fraction of the Ton Commandments,
but we had. hoped he would escape
being sent to the Legislature and
thereby save the family name from
i iUa --tigmaa. ff the Florida leg-
islaturJ- i similar to our Kentucky
law making institution, tlien we
would advise our eldir brother, it
it is not too late, to escape; flee
unto the mountains of Hepsedam,
where the lion _oareth and the
vhaugdoodle mourneth, etc."


custom taylors, if any, hare as
fine facilities tor mainufacLuring
as we have.

WORDS
fail to. express the extent and
beautyof our Fall and Winter
Importation of Woolen Novel-
tles. They cannot be duplicat-
:..- ed. -r


A


The Florida Central & Peninsu.
lar Railroad Company is always
keenl. alive to the needs of the
traveling public.and solicitous for
its omtort, and pleasure, Its latest
'bve! -the interest of travel is
W1win the arrangement of the
qw route to and.Afrom Cincinnati
vayofAslrville and Hot Sprin_.,
S* an8sas City -through sleeper
pts over theF C & P, so too
dieesTi lew Orleans sleeper via
the L &W .through Pensacola and
obile te rvice is- excellent in
ttioe and ae& odatioas. The Bew
to.i! over t66 C & P and the
8odthern is onef bthe most elegant
Sth United States, every con-
fnce .tdcap make traveling
.., ..hghti,--pr vided : At home
road is not neglectful of its pat
.R otnut provides the most hand-
seoine and-, perfectly appointed
tra for their service and mant,
in ith erews whose superiority
S out V#y and attention cannot
in6 f any berd.

-O O. W DON'T LIVE A

t-,B, o u, ol 3-1 Mill
p Aiss, was told
f.feis so id *d Lu-g
Thl.hoi: 14laria
,ent throe hn. dr-. d and
t pi.d6l1tatrs \..4'i e actors,
._. .; hiav.- .h n up, say.v.i :
oy '0!it liv. ;n monltO l .'
aii Di Di..N-w Di .covf ry
da >o t.tles iv.-fored ,him" to
i a. Hd etu'abhld 1,iti (o seto t
^err-ftcU$y welt i..anIhet
'e.o.wes 11s8'prospnt good
lteuse etO D~',a,'s Ne.w i
T44 -,l. aP": .i o le ie ,
^^^vttlu ldr j, t.'Drug -
" .m e .' '." ', "ille; -
:,tt : T +l~g o ik 'at
l .. ,; -' '- ;'. -. ;* .. 4
.!"'**'' -^ i,," '---' + ". --


NO 'ICE.
To WILLIAM T. WITHERS, and all other persons
interested:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that'sUit has
been commenced by attachment In County
Judges' Court, Heraand4 County, Florida, and
you William T. \v-.,-. defendant, and
all orter p.'rsons iut(,reitLd art ,uer,-by ie, iuired
0o appear to siild .i,-.'n wiieLUt W. .aifrmar
Jeu, ,sut,. Is' paI6in .J. OL t Lde,.t
2nwd,.Day of Maroh, .,D., 1896,
same blng a rule di of said court otherwise
judgment by do aLjtw wi-.I be entered against you
and your p''per sold to satirty plaintiffs' claim
andcluossuf tlneac poji-e un;.
Dated this 29th. day of January, A. D., 1896.
G. V. RAMSEY,
M. R. BUBRNS, Coutiti Judge..
',.h.la f -


We are
Si
making
Lhoa
faui6Ci


f


pan
from

upto
Hnale


Sweef Peas
Mixd varieies Lb.u40e. Halflb.Rt".
TVIlAeU 1011iiS .Quarter lb. 15c.
S.."Th: Only Bride of Niagara,
DOUBLE TRLE TO 3AuME
SWEgTC PE Packet 215,
WET E-' Half packet 15c,
The Wondorful
CRIMSON RAMBLER + ROSE
.Only.15 cents. .
These Floral Novelties are described in
. 7he Pioneer Seed Catalogue," Vick's


FLORAL


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OTTO C BUTTERWECK
INSURANCEAG ENT.
The provident keep their proper-
ties Insured.
, This agency represents the Liver-
pool & LOuuIdonU & Globe Insurance Co.
The Greenwich Insurance Co., of New
York.and thei Old Reliable Hartford
Fire Insurance 1Co.
The combined assets of these com-
panies amount to more than $30,000,
000.00. These companies offer abso-
lute insurance, their policies being as
good a G.vernm(ent Bonds.
The following losses have been paid
at this agency:
Dr. S. Strla;er.............. .............$ 75.00
W .J. Bailey,............................. ... 5.00
T. S. Coj,:e.-........................ ..... 375,00
m rs. F. N-. h'nlsen ,........ .. ....... '..: 16 .,) .
C. T. W lllan-............................ 2-. .8 0
, 31. Bodine, hi. D.auu MAts. L. McKaY-, -2,169.7
rotai, ...........,.... ........ .. ..... t .. .


Poor




means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
'fatal diseases result from,
trfling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
greatest gift--health. ,
If you are feeling
S out o f sorts, weal
and generally ex-
0 haunted, nervous,
Shave no appetite
1. MS anud can't work,
begin at oncetak-
S ing the most elia-
ble strengthening
S1medicine, hichis
IronVA1 Brown's Iron Bit-<
ters. A few bot-
itte tles cure-benefit
S comes from the
'very first dose--
B itters 2von't. stain your
teeth, and it's
pleasant to take.

It Cures
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Neuralgia, Troubles,
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Women's complaints.
Get 4nly the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-
s tnutes. On receipt of two 2c. stamps we
will send set of Ten Beautiful WorMd's
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD.
_FhJ tA fd6 -l -_ -_L _L _ _l._a_ l _L _l





THE DREAMER. -T Y. -- 7 -, " 7 -'~ K r -
The dreame dreamed dream( I
and in his trance thought he .L --' -L-C-e0 ,YN .. -.. v .--- J" "" ^1 a ,.'" v
dweltina beautiful little semi- Tomatoes, Melons, Cabbage,
tropical city that sat perched on T P B ets
TunpLettuce, 'Peas, Be'ets,: r
the hills a few -miles away Irom r
where the emerald tinted wave Orions, and 11 Vegetables, re- .
whisper ceaslessly of their hidden move large quantities of Potash j
secrets or moaned out sad dirges from tlhe soil. Supply "
for the lead that sleep in, their Po ... OLALA W INE R O
coral caves. L O"' A '- ; R '
In this little city health and hap. -. -
piness were not dependent on in liberal quantities by the use I -
wealth. Nature had done well her of fertilizers containing not ..
part and Nature's God smiled on ess than Oo actual Pot- j ,-
the scene and dcked it with beau ash. etter and ore profit- -
Ouil flowers, clinging vi ues and ash 'Bete and rioe profit-R i ^ ^ -
,iful flowers, ciuging vines and able yields -re sure'to follow.
splendid treeS. Our pamphlets are not adverlising.circulars boom. "
The land was so firm that both ing special fertilizers, but are practical.works, contain- l -: -.-.- .
T. l d w s o ir t a b t ing latest researches on the subject of fertilization, and {'vi. "-.P./."- -" :...'.-
walking and riding were a delight, a really'helpful to farmers. They are sent ee f or '. ...; -
The forest around filled with mag. GERMANN KALI WORKS, '. |.
nifficent trees with trunks like ca- aa t w l
thedral .columns, the branches like and by-ways of this beautiful city .
groined arches were draped with almost visiblein their presence. .., .
moss festooned with flowering vines He dreamed that bate and ran -.
and a multitude of lovely ferns cor were lost, the people had for ::
and orchids so that turn where he gotten what they, were', and envy :.
would all was beautiful. was unknown 'for wUl-re' Hope, tJ T, a IIrlri v ,,-^0r 'Itl : t
Birds flitted rom Ab nch to Love andCharitvdweil there was ^g ^ 1117 01 Wln0S, l..r t./
branch and filled the air with song. no room for any evil to enter. v ,
The nimble squirells dashed hither Let the dreamer dream on per r
... o e =it always on baud and guaranteed to be just wa hya ~ :-:}
and yon, bubbling over with joy hapsm inthe years to come it may a. _. .,
that-they too were part of the not be a dream. '
beauty that made)the little 'world ANTED:-Li e, errergetic par- B OYI '( ""
,',, .rr.. WANTED:-Live, energetic par- ]B5U YS 11K3 IIM30L 1KEJ- *'!)
about them almost Utopia, ty to handle Densmore, "The ---
He dreamed, and in his dream a World's Greatest Typwriter." and it isshipped]direct, allowing noopportunity fl
splendid building reared its perfect Money in it tor the right party.
proportions-a temple of justice We rebuild TN-puwriters of all --
perfect in all its parts and appoint maes. Work good-as new. Sat. RATION O DOCTO
... .isfaction guiarant.(ed. ADULTERATION OR DOCTOI : 1
meuta 4And in harmony with alI GEo M FoLGER. & BPO.,4
tLe beauties that ran riot -'around De.and, Fla.'
it. In the tenterof alovdlyp. M,,,u \a office Atlanta}De-and'^ ^ ^ ^ M ^^S^.^ *-
it. -'In the center of a lovti'l y 1 1,1'mluoffice, Atlanta,,Ga. He knows what, he is getting and wbat. be sells. As a matter of ce
.....nlabt o ed----- --keeps all grades to suit, his trade Wpd sells at, a cloag margil..
itstood andall about it bloomed ......... .Zo -of a :, a- -
flowers of almo:.t every know ,va E Prof. W. H. Peeke, who "
riety. Chalming walks led to il s t "-'SOUARE DEALING AND 4 '
o doubt. treated and cur- .. ..A--N
Splashing loubtains almost hidden .d1 j .... -r c t- arM
"living Physician; hfs
.bgen, foig hage or to seduc- success ,Isatonishing. C [ .#g "
r '~W have boa t'd of cases .:
plaboing a et t slmos COURTEOUS ATTENTI....
iv0e seats that invited repo e in of so years' standla -
.... -p B cured by ,
their comifort;A)le depths. im.He Zy .
The scene changed; Adown the- valuable e
paved and graded streets, so |,|m th idn Speciar Attention Given to Orders From a Dista. .. .
"' "- -i eswo ch -on {*
smooth ib.itt motion. wai delight he he bonds "
'" C w i t h a y
rolled'iuperfect enj0yinent of tthe large bo : -
ie of his absolute cure, free to any suffarersn
surroundings. Chllimlng homeb who naysend their P. O. and Express address.
We advise an one wishing a cure to address
un every .side, lovely flower yards w..w, ,., 4 edarSt.,w ewYork .
trel0s8, covered with vises, rich
and varied shrubbery filled the D.A.T O A 0,S V,D G '8 ,
groundsbut not a fence marred ST PETRSBUBr, F LtIIDA.,
the scene, each resident seemed to FJ. CA LA F LO R IDA -
want his neighbor to enjoy all that Will viL Brook 1 i, .Janu-
0 Vii". lll ,t -ro k vN"n. ,a
le could offer for the pleasure -q ""yor Fe",,y, '- l or ar ier, if o
th whole u om ;-. m puat iv.s write-1hik w i.:iuL D:nttlC1 Prolfessionat.are ,
the whole commny, n every reatm-eit beforerthat time. "- V RAMbEY,"
sill e silent monitors told of re- ..... o 8- T
finement and happiness but no- Have You Ever TuNed Ai l 0 OeeATTO NEAint Hhur. e.
where of great wealth. =l...-. ff i\ "i prnactiernal,, the State,.-
Smooth, well kept S~ila 0 I I C% a Ili S
with bordering edges of sod dotted AtM.C. RUS8SELL-7. .-
over with violets and pansies, love- N OTARY PUBLIC.
ly shade trees carefully trimmed .. ficein the Courtb House.
and tendded lent shade and corn- -- .. P. McKEOWNe. .
fort to the broad streets aud added Add .,Hernando ce I
~NOTARY PU BLIC
to the charms and health of this L vO -o
idealic town.' The paint and THE.STATE OF FLORIDA.
white-wash brush, had beeu bnsy : A 1 RE V -A. .. iobertsO
until every spot was a picture .o f LAWs ,t.,YER.
neatnesS. 'I .: i !i T INVERNESS, FLA.
Fruit trees laden with juicy f- -. \Vill practice in State and Fedel|
ferugsa lent their aid to win the at W S RO DAN S cog ,ts.
heau.ts ofalwho came._" "
LoVelygirls and boys passed to (1 the Staffo I. c -. o eA..&|-cr s'
and fro each with a bow and smile THEREFORS HAVE 0 IH ATTORNEY AT LAWA n -
of welcome to the strangers while : 'ktvineo, .. : : : ran de$
theirelder soug~out a~l -ho l~l~ pactice in all, the ..fi
c e a d their e er so g eh ia ou 4w holcP *Coet
came and.by their gen.al wele.m CERTAIN CURE CO., Sole Prop., STEPHEN A.WLSON.:-.
made them feel at home hence EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. TE-HE A -.
many came aud none ever went ~bstractor of Titles and*
away from that beautiful city B '^* *^^^" ^J t..otary PublieforhtTleat, ,
where the sun shone warm and l-Dr.Du=Shon Will return anad pay taxes tfr .non-r
-: Dr. id~ent property holders.'-,
kind and gentle breezes fauned thbe ).^ ^,^ \Wf000, f Corr; pwaeneSellel
brow by dav and made the nights O^^^SG/, ^ 1l 0f I JNO c DAvANT' ,-.
delightful, Where the moonious a W S JORDANS in S S J r : ov
silver splendor made night forget *h r 5 -oD N S | erteBD "years*" 1 rwill racticeiythe-tateandw ,.i..
to dro p her sanae ceraaiua W h ere V pe Lhe4 1atan eenear a r a "
odrp her sable curtains.' Were I .L_, r ... 40on a eUox, by an e minen payTa- 1 8tote Courts." --


lovely lakes glistened in their ea a uie ssnt foem anformcon" i ". -
.~~~~ 0,,vei form fo sufein um niy > ()fice in Cook's Building.
erald settings and sparkling i B0 THE PRINCE OF NERVE TONICS. P.O. Broolisville, Fla'-- .
streams sang as they wound their RDA R kno to BET nPemdAy iTeR iSJENNINGS ,
way between grassy banks to their R EaWA R D r PS v TTRr AT WoEN -"
NWF NERVOUS DEBILITY, weakness of the I A TTO RNIE'Y AT U%
>home in the near by sea. VITL PO ERS, NERVOUS PROSTRA- souco N CA C -
STION to male or female. For IMIPOTENCE, I. SOLICITOIRVOIN CAH10. O014-.
The beamer dreamed that each For any adulteration found in our th re sult of indiscretion and bad babs; Building.
The....m u.L o aayiculotraeed : forSex- I O(fficeein Bank Building.
accurdin to bis-ewiilentfhis aidds: for Bladder and J
according to his meals lent his aiud ,, 0 ,e. ine ules; for early decay and I r COOUGLE., Sr. F. "
* to the bWild Ug of factories and WHfaTur-ed CF. nuef e dlree T S. iCOq iERs &WSlle
:~~j cb .., ; ,k- erfullv answered if t oi n]sed" H ITS. 0 6 -R
shops and to the devtoplniet of IT FLOATS. ourdruggistdoesnof keepAbemsend 1 tor
.. -1LO A S .AT 170b 4HYS-ATLA ."
this_, woeful die-Ninhnd. He I t emi aCsoapPN anadedinan ay B "" T("N Q
thisclaw outlthaturn thele iihhe %, ,LI It Is a chemical Soap made in anewway $1 Lock Box 416, ATLANTA, CA-. I SOLIIT)RINQ.!Y.
dreamed that turn wheie he woutd and by a new process, ^,^^,....r r* WYill prractti,',y in any county inban- .
Stheswoetface of charity beamed StaLe where fee will justify
ou anthe swee a e o ad l 5 -rodROOM--,I&,2'1,06 01 we evi .r
out and she slpreid h,:r brortad W e ld m B rooksvile, :Fla.. .
p wings like a canopy over the peo: S' OAP ... rl
Sple-and he heard inu all the city rPU E, ,- ,, ,, --
u ot.hilg save bind words and Contains all the glycerine and is there-
L v .ave n, w ,,ord fore the best for a high graetoiletn
>-sweeter encouragement. LoveBend toh 8:itoutshrikigo w b un hl< I
1 S . .. .. o p u t, x a v" I t w a s h e s fl a n n e ls w ith o u t s h r in k in g o r w e ll b y g e t t in g F e rr y s F e e' aii -:
Hot e dwelt at every fire-side and hardening and the most-delicato silks Dona't 18 chan, det ermine
wlk aroad in he hh- andlaces without fading. c r 'Seeds. Known aud sold
walked abroad in t a. -ys
TOY IT1 TRY IT 1 ^ ~~~~Before yon plant, get Bi K S *" ''m <
STRY I Ferry Sed Annual T I
t Awarded VCU 1 S.oC IFrry Se. d n inlor pao
'i, Hors World's Fair.f VAC UU SOAP CO., ,om n 11 9.
l Hh Honors- 11and gardeners than many blgh-. '
I 18 and 20 Sloan St. CHICAGO ILL. pricedtext boo aled, i..re
...D.. .e WD.0X. ....... .a..Co.,,ROoTlil.
)Our 1n.1 of S4001l FU1atW&*#
-1PA-- SpappHes isSWe most smar
^fc^HE^ ^R RI-P-A-N-S ** [P1.1 0 ^'*'^-J'w.. .
can fursish and oqip Sv
i~ m H ilB 111 Rght in Slam t a, bro7o*^r< ' .- "The modern stand- Pure Savit 81*v itn a" OW.
C EAMW ard Family Medl- We'll send yoi our General ,.ta- r fat- .I
l- n logue and BuyerG Ouide, iZ yo w w.n ..n hnper i .
on cine: fires *the send u r s15-Cen-st r g at orod g
SW > common every-day feerps offi odlerso. s l
Id It's a Dictionary 6f Honest Val aen;
It- ills of humanity. Full of import. information no
er z2,coo illustrate tells of 4o,00c;
in P E F a rticl; sandriigl rce ofeach. O r.O;
ve MOST PERFECT MADE. prof: 7v -- bewen maker and user.
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F.L O]=0 SI ""NAL, a health signal.
%LOUAL kiAPPENINGS. so~
26 tIba of rice for onedollar ur OA S The baby's mission, its
S at W S Jordan's.. work in life, is growth. To
If. you want pretty job work call that little bundle of love,
around and see us.
Mrn and Rob Sanders are visiting half trick, half dream, every
Mr and Bobt Sanders are vifilting 4/ !!S E /'- A
Mr l B Randeis and fami1y.. v added ounce of flesh Afeans
The NEWa-jzeISTmR and the Atr added happiness and cornm-
lantaConDttutlon for $1.50 per an "",, fort. Fat is the signal of
.ev J A Howland arrived h0jejast perfect health, comfort, good-nature, baby-beauty.
Wednesday tight and was heartily SCOTT'S ,EMuLSION is the best fat-food baby can have,*-in
welcomed by his numerous friends. the easiest form. It supplies what he cannot get in his
very one, buthod's Sarsaparilla ordinary food, and helps him over the weak places to perfect
drlves it from the s stem and makes growth, For the growing child it is growth. For the full-
pure.blood. life. 7
pur blood grown, new life. .. v-,- ....... <-- y ?,.*-
.* W Lyons of Ocalsa desires to call grown, new
al attention to his Pepsine Whlis Be jmra yonret Scott's Smolsion whe ysw want i and tl a Miiexf tsstiblsH.
key, It in without doubt one of 1the
eIt is itho orb, of h Scott & Bowne, New York. All Druggists. Soc. and $S.
2 0 tesics In tshe. world. ,,
Lyon. kees~ nothing but the < --
Lyon. k Mr CJ Bowden was in town
6.ant liqtiors at, the Ocala Fine fresh Tallahassee butter at W "r 0 rene to w
iouie rooms. Where you need S Jordan's. Call at once. Tes b returned to Tampa
re."amrie c noormW end to him There several thousand sticks of Wednesday.
r it. o cedar lying on the yard at the depot Sol Ingram, one of the old Saxon
Lv it el.e r o0 awaiting shipment. negioes died .last Sunday aged
... t Churchbegans .r.trt Miss Maud Snow and Missc Edna 104 years, He was a faithful man,
'-~ f 3 aptb t ate. churon ]L prtra t d McKeown. of Mount Airy," are visit- .^ i. ,_,.. .
.". a .h Tuedma. -, ,,,6 one-f the old school who are, only.
lp is assisted bj bis'brother, B 'ev& Ing MisqMary McKeow. too rapidly passing away.
.. If you want all the local news take
S ank Corman had on exhibition the News-REGisTER. It is devoted A stick of timber fell on Mr
S t nk o s d n ri to the interests of Hernaado county Milton Coogler's head yesterday
this 10eek a monster red turnip raised 0
S S t I measure and its people first, last and all the while he was at work around his
"V twenty-nine Inches in circumference time. 'brother's store. fortunately the
S. a'ii.d^,.ghed ten and a quarter Dandruff is due to an enfeebled blow was a glancing one and did
.. pounds. \- state of the skin. Hall's Hair Renew- comparatively little damage.
:1 -1" "" perform Its er quickens the nutritive functions of r
SThat the blod. p m_ the s_1l whaling and preventinKthe People who suffer from loss of appe-
,tal flunctions, Itis absolutely neb forming 'f dandruff.v tite, indigestion, sour stsaah, and
saryit should not only be pure but flatulence, find prompt relief in the
rich in life giving elements. These Miss Myra Finley, after winning useof Ayer'sPills. As an after-din-
sults are best effected by the -use of the hearts of all she met while here ner pill, they are unequaled, causing
that well-known standard blood-purl- left for home last rueslay morn- the digestive and excretory organs to
fler, Ayer's Saraaparilla. ing All regret exceedingly to see perform their functions as nature re-
'. Theo S Coogler, Jr, is a progressive her go and hope that she will soon quires.
Syoung business man, so progressive repeat her visit and make it lon- The spoke and handle factory
S that his store started on a progress will soon be ready to being oper
Wanted ude~te irctonofMrget, will soon be ready to, beging opera.
Wednesday under, the direction of Mr e'* 'tna Arlva1i(f rnn-n
-- 'L Bracy, When the store stops it The lecture on Africa by Aev Ar- ions. Already alrge amount oA
will .front west and occupy the lot thur Rowbotham last Monday -night timber has "been delivered at the
adjoining and north'of the Hernando proved extreemly entertaining anpa factory.so that when the machines
Hotel. instructive. His collection of Afri- are,in place there will be no delay
lf youn want neat, artistic and can curios, gathered while he was a in commencing work.
f b wo ce, aroud and s missionary to the "Dark Continent," I "
pretty job work come around and see s vr a d themselves a "Worth a Struiggle," ag the Opera
as or send in your ordeis. We can d, 1is very valuable and in Ithemselves a haSrgl, l-h pr
o send in your orders.lumn of Information after he had House last Friday night bv lo.al
as neat lob work as you can get done
t iw or asy e.expained their uxpes, talent for the benefit of the Pres
anywhere, and do it as cheap as any. h I
by can dolt. Call around and se) Mr Whelpley informedus Tuesday byterian church well repaid all
our samples. We can please you that the cotton seed, sent out by State who braved the cold, disagreeable
yu can be pleased. Immigration Commissioner Womb- weather to attend. The young
well had arrived and that, they. were
S Withsorrow we record this week thievery fnes tha could be pro-people won compliments on all
the death of"liss Theresa Hogue who red. He sas that from all he can sides tor their excellent perfor-
died at he home of her grawl-moth- learn there will be between five hun- mance. Each one wag well up in
or, Mrs Winsam, near Rural last dred and one thousand access put in his or her part and knew exactly
Monday:. Miss Hogue had long been ^ ^ ^
ondae .tss Hogueharead lonseae, Sea Island cotton in this county this ,what was to be doine and when to
a suferer with that dread disease, ye4r.doit
consumption, but the catting off of do it.,
.."tibrgtyugleLson bles In a recent editorial the Salem, OJr-"" '"
This bright young life is none the less o, Ieendesays: "Time and The spoke and han, factory i,
__ to bear because was inevita-rl again have we seen Chamberlains ssred aa establishment for the
le. All who knew tde lovely gin Cough Remedy tried and never with- manufacture of wagon timber-is in
loved ser and many tears have out the most satisfactory results, sight, a stem gin, possibly two,
in sorrow at her depth. Whenever we see a person afflicteLd and a rice mill are promised thief
S e exposure to all sorts and con- with hoarseness, witd a cough or pd, fall y meh who always fulfil their
ditions of weather that a lumberman we Invariably advise them to get promisesby ow wh o w il thei
10 pulled ftpop tp epdure ip the caps amberlain's Cough Remedy;nd rt .Now, who will moove
often produces severe colds which, if when they do, they never regret it. for the establishment of a tub and
pot promptIly checked, result in con- It always does the work and does it bucket factory to use the material
g-tion or pneumonia. Mr JO Day- well." For sale by all druggists, now going to waste and who will
erport, ex-manager of the Fort Bragg a< establish a canning factory and
pe woodCo, an immense institution A RECOMMENDATION FROM ave the vegetables that have
ort Pragg, Cal, s.yp they sell LOS ANGELES. i h r 0 h
largee quantities of Chamberlain's 632 Castelar St., Los Angeles, Cal.- hereonore.rotte fo the ron
-. Cough Remedy at the company's store After having suffered for a long time he is money in t the mer
and that he has-himself used this from acute rheumatism without ob- who wll take these maters in
'ho ave toney vegtale th at havpe 'h

eledyfor a severe cold and ob- gaining relief, 1 used Chamberlain's handmoney for th people who
gained immediate relief. This medi- Pain Balm and.was almost immedi- have the materials and money foi
aine prevents any tendency of a cold ately relieved. I highly recommend the community where the work i
toward pneumonia and insures a this as the best medicine known.-D 40oe., ,
prompt recovery. For sale by all M Hamilton. For sale by all drug- a a, h last
.. druggists." gists. Passing a'ong the street, last
drugets gs, "Tuesday we saw in Ch,.elt's store a
Indigestion Is often taken for con- AN OLD SOLDIER'S RECOMMEN- monster cabbage,. so big in fact
;. sumption. The word consumption DATION, that it was a curiosity and w
--Imeans wasting away, and dyspeptics In the late war a soldier in the First stopped to see more about it
('_"-. ..1 ofl at way as badly as con- ^"s -0"16' "0 { Ka~ ~ a









oft n w ste awa a baly s c n-Maryland Volunteers, Company G. Nort;on K eathley lkindly m easurted
s.y--, m. apmptives. During my term of service 1 contract- .
The reason people waste away is 'ed chronic diarrhoea. Since then I the big headed thing and it meas,
f'^ ... becausee they don't get enough to eat, have used a great amount of medicine ared seven feet around the edges
".._.-.,.,. or thiey don't digest what they do but when I found any that would give ot the outside leaves, four feet
S-,".'*-*'" ; ..t.- ms relief it would injure my stomach, around the hard nart of the head


the latter is your trouble, take until Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
:, haker Digestive Cordial. This will and diarrhea Remedy was brought to and weighed eighteen a a qar
tp you to digest your food and stop mynotice. I used it and will say it ter pounds.. Mrs VVW Jennings
:. 0 loss of flesh. is the only remedy thatgav' me per- grew it in he: garden and is full)
:.:". Saer Digestive Cordial is made manent relief and no bad results fol- c.)uviLc.d she c:AI grow still bigger
.-, ; from herbs; barks and the juices.of low. I take pleasure in recommend- unes buL she won't try it unti
."fruit, by the well-known Shakers at ing this preparation to all if my old somebody showy i cabbage nim
;iotptLebanoin. It possesses great comrades, who, while gi ng their e arounland twenty-oe pound
"m-tonio and dgestive lowers. services to their country, .contracted i- n.
conweight. G&t to, work all you
.. .haker Digest, ve Co dial has cured this dreadful disease as I did, from w 'ig Gt to work all yo"
...aony supposed con ptives".[who eating unwholesome and, uncooked gardeners and let as hear the re
0.A werereally difepels], by simply food. Yours truly; A E BENDING, StUlt ; .
S- .-. ing thpj. stomaeh* to digest Halsey, Oregon. For sale by all N WAY
.(i fdthus gidapg the ourish- druggists. THE MODERN WAY
e.- ient Wnew strefft Coumends itself to the well-in forr
o .' So y drtggistsa. --Trial bottles 10 BUCHLEN'S ARNICA -.SALVE ed, to do pleasantly- and effeetuall
" "^ "' The s -alve iu the w for what was formerlydone in tLhe cruded
'' The Best Salve in the world for E. manner aul disagreealy as well
--t. :'_ t -. Tc~n_, he sst~em. an~d break ul
Cuts, Bruises, So: es, Ulce's, Salt To clfn.e Isrstema,. break u
o I' :. ., B i 'lcls. headaches, and fevers without
TI' '- : TLD NOT EAT 'NOR SLEEP. Rheum,Fever Soures, Tetter, Chap- uupleasant afjr effects, use the d
a/'. w ^. Ma 15" ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and ligiLttful liquid laxative reme-?y, Syr
.W-E.J.LA a y aeitanSld kin Eruptions, and positively upof Figs. Mauuractured by cal
td nl avep atn ppet I. began to Vse cures Piles, or n pay requited. It tfornia F.g Syrup companyy .
s aat an eoe ais guaranteed to give perfedt satis.
oi Sisheala andt before I aed faction or money refunded. Price Expert Typewriter Repairing
ph'f,', e ing takiob o urteslw o r25 centsper box. For sakf by S work guaraut-ed. Typewriter -1p
.Kiits ette. Since taking foue ot- Stringer, Druggist, Brosksville, p!ies moderate prices. Typewri
tetfealotlze&new p on. Drug bo7h and excMl11rg t.-
S- a cod aneuteand epFla, and A A Arminugtoui, Drug bought, s a eclug
,.. ba.ve, a. good appetite and eep Ne ate solo Southiern De-i.'
S Misa CARRIE L-US L. Deusmore, :-The Win old's Greate
_)K.i"..W"5 '111s; cur "s in- -- ": "Ty ewruir. Ageuts wanted.
-- oos.Pill cure biliousness, in-l AL -GEOl FALGER & DROSa.
'.t.i FOR SALE, DeLind, Fla.
'E.-CUR-ittALL ,KI aDIMa luin office, Athknta, Ga.
VONT'l"!A) CURE ALL KIN- DI; 4
", *B.EAES "" PARSONS' OPERA HOUSE. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Y"'.,. -.-. SEA E S ". .'-
-'.$iBi-ply apply "Swayn's .'ntment." 1 Cottage on MaPiT Sireet. Mus W'VNSLOW'S SoorHINO SYRUP h
,,.internal medicine required. Cures 2 Cottoges on Lemon Street. been used for over nft,y years by m
t Ier, e-zema, all eruptI s on the 25 Lots in Pirsons' Addition to a i1S etin.h w their chit lsue
h n s n ei i av n he sk n J B roo k l le 'wh ile teeth ing- w ith perfect, success
h;Li ands, noze., leaving the skin 2 Acres of Land Near Depot It soothes the child, softens te gum
r hite and healthy. Its great Fronting on Min StreeIt. alla3 s all pain, cures wind colic, an
ig and curaftve powers are po- Sec. 22, Tp. 22, R. 19. is the best remedy for Diarrhoea.
s:Ild by n. other remedy, Ask your House and 5 Acres of Land in will relieve the poor little suffer
Iisatfo.rSwai''A Ointment, South Brooksville. Sec. 27, immediate. Sold by Druggssts
.,,.._ ..- ,_ .T'p. 22, R, 10.
Tp.2,, 10. every part of the world. Twenty-fli
I Wakig Power. FoP PArTICITLAnS, PtICES, TERMS, cents a bottle. Be sure and ask f
Z _of all feavenInt ETC ., ENQ u IREO 'Mrs Winslow's Soothhing Syrup," a
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CINCINNATI-JAt KSONVILLE.
S a io e od f
S Chicago, Toledo d.d
bx,>Sow Detroit, (Cleve- 91 ;3
o 5 o n .land, Loulsville. ,o
S a Nasuville, a d za a -
y," Indianapolis. [ U-
73,)a T7(Opm'Lv.JacKSr nville Ar 8,'0 i'......1
9a 845pm Ar... Lveret... L 6 0mr......
450Jp 15naml ....M,,oa... 1 i.Oai ......
30p Oam m ... Ala .. l 50 ......
...... 61l0am Lv .... Atlanta..... ........ ......
..... I10 ( m Ar Chattanooga. I ..........
~....SS.l 510am A'fnta ... ....... A n......
...... : : 1000am Ar,Chattau oo-a .... .........
......I 7 45am ..cinc.unatl.. I ........ .......


No-31. | I No 33.
T ip ......... ..a on lle....... Ar i 1 a n
6 tO M "' ..............\rLinnr,............ 0 0iO .,c
lI'OOnn ........ Birmhlig im........ 2 .55pm
5'7 0pln .. ....Holly Sprinks... ... 7 .am
7 ,0 ni' .... .... ....S Louis..... .... 73pm
I .,.5 ,m ....Chltago .. ..... 31 3',pn "
-0".p .... Dubuque .......... O; 0am
7 W ain ....... -.iwux City......... 80Jpm
Trmol'GH PULLMAN S-LEEPERS ST.
Lotlis and Jacksonville. Sleepers
through betLween Chicago and Jack-
sonville willi buLt one change.


KANSAS CITY LINE.
Lhrough Sleeper Jacksonville to
Holly Springs, Holly Springs to Kan-
sas City. (One change only.)


hDay Coach on No'. 38 through
oAtlanLta. .

1os 33 and- 34, solid vestibule be-
ween Jacksonville and Cincinnati.

Close connection for Chicago and all
Western point.


.... rt ring leave Everett for'Brimunwic 8:25 a. m., ?:. .. 2 m., 10 1, m.., Ad2
. i-, u;10 P. m. Through Pullman sleeper, Jackseonville to Ci40a t via fAh t.Ae.
For full Information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway
System, or its connection.
W.- A. TURK, W. H.EGREEN, J. M.yJLP, B. H. HARDWICK,
Ov1. psa. &geat, Gen. Stperlntendent, TraL Manager, AsA.GoGea. Pasa. Agt.,
Wbligern1, 3.D. Washington, D.0. Washnlgton, D.O 0. Atlama, Ga.
W. D. ALLEN,
Florid eat Pa Ar.grent,
212 Weat rAy Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


7 00oopm Lv........JuckrovliHle. .......AAr 8 '2amil
9 u0pmo Ar.......... Everett. .. ..... Lv 6 20amu
r45am .. ......... Atlanta.......... 30p.n
11.oo n ri ... Birumitigham ......... ,, 2 "5pnu
10 00po ". .........Mejus l, hi .......... .. 5 20am
915am ... pi Mo. ... 6opm
5 6Opm ........ Kamas3Ciay ...... I-'i1 oam


Nos. 6 No. 9 OUTI'H AND WE6T FLORIDA Nos. 7 Noi. 3
ana 13 ... ,-and 14'and 10
Daily. ,Dally. AND NEW ORLEANS. Daily. Daily.
......... 8,50am- Lv ......... Feruanhlna ......... A r ........ 5.00 m
0 ........ 10.09am Lv...... ...Callahan...........Ar ...... 8. 50pm
-$ 9.50pm 10.00am Lv. ......Jacksuvlile.........Ar 6.45am 3,45pm
10.50pm 10.55amAr ..........P'aldwiln...........Lv 6.00am 330pm
12.13am l.01pm 6,,...........Starke............ -.4.51am 1,54pm
S 1-.48asm 12.35pm ... ...... \taldo.......... 4.. am 1..4pm
1 .10.55a 1.15pm ....... Gainesville.......... 5b0am l,55ain
o ........ 5.30pm ........ Cedar KeyP......... ........ 8.15ani
S 2.32am 1.2pm ........ awthorn...... thrn. ..... 3.371.1m ,2,9pmin
1.0tam 2.01pm .............Citra ............... 3.00am 12.01n
........ 2 88pm .......slier Springs...... .. ........ ......
S.05am 2.Spm .......... Ocala ............. m..0a iil.i9Aui
S....... ........ ......... H Iom osassa 11 ..... ........ ;.0an',i
S4.15ami 3.50prm ..........Wildwoode.......... 4 11.55pm10.05am
S .05am 4.01:m ....L...... Leesburg........... .11.'10pom 9.38am
S 7.2 am 4.47pm ...........Tavares............ 1 010.20pm 9.1lam
9.5.0am 6.15pm ...........Orlando............ .u0pm 7.15am
......... 6.50pm .........Winter Parx ....1.... 1 ..453am 6.20alh
S5.2a*mn 4.19pm *......... St uatherlne........ 11.13pm 9,32am
u 5.48lam 4.0pm 1 .......... Lacooehee......... 10.43pm 9.10in
l 6.7am 5.0am ..........Dae City........... 10.24pm 8.49am
o wr c 7.18am 6.11am .......:.Plan t Clty: ........ '9.1Bpm 7. san,
8.30am 7,10pm ............Tamp& ........... 8.s5pii. */.(oam
6.00pm 9.50pm Lv. ..,....JacKsonville... ... 7.10" i a .6dm
10.45pm 11.56pm Ar ..........Laxe City .......... 5.18dmi. 3.40aid
ia ll.l5am12.40pm ......... Lve ,OaK ........W, 4.31am' 154anL
G 8.00am 1.34pm ,, ....,.......Madison...,....... .3-ami12.01aiL
4.20am 2.52pm it....... ..Montlcel'o. ....... 2.10ami10.30pm
5.30am 3.37pm ........ Tallahassee......... ,,: 1.40am! 8.38pm
........ 4.82pm it ..... ...... Quincy. ......... l,1.43am 6.35j,.111
5.14pm ........ lver Junction....... 12.01amd ........
Through Pullman 11.00pm ..... .... Peusacola .........." 6.'Opm 5:1511
sleepers Ja ksonvlle 3.0o-m 1 .......... Mobile........... ".15pm..........
to ew Orleans. 7.35am .......New Orleans........ 9,45pmi........


STATIONS
Between CRrratbelle tund
Tallaha .ces


No.l 2 10.
"P. I i. ..M I
ia ...... Carrabelle,.............. D. ... l 1
12 15 5,0 .... Lauark-,.......... ....... .... 9 5.
I 1i 11,0 ......MelIntyre.............. .D. .... 9 :0
I l 1 ,- ...... urtls M U .... ................. .. '-
J 3. 1',.u ...... bo, bihQppy..............e.... .... U
1 4 11.i, l ... .... A Sh m ol "............. .. F .... O
* il..|I ...Arran ................... D. ..... l **4
1 ." *, .. Raki 'S M il! .. ............. ... n1
*-' I ,'j ...... .1l illardvlli ..... .. D 15
1J r :i : u ...... .Spr ng l P ill...................... |
4 v*) ,.i .. ..... uruer. ........... .......... ... 5,1
'J 2 ..0,0. ..Trllhtias:ee..............,D. .. .:
P. .m ....A .A. M.


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WDally except Sunday. lConnections atrtampa for St. Petersburg, Manatee River and
Key West and Havana Steameis. Steamer "Manatee" for all points on Manatee river. At Wal-
do steamer for Melrose. Connects at Tallahassee lor St Marks, Carratbelle and Apalathlcola,
Connects at River junction for Chattahoochee River Steamers. Connects at Oeala for Homosas-
sa. .
SAll baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be Sold at thp city ticket
o11ice, 202 Hogan street, as well as at the Union Depot ticitet ofice. ,
SJ. MARSHALL.,
Ticket Agent, 903 West Bay street, corner Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla.
NNINGTON, Traffic Manageor., A. O. MAcDONjAI L, Gen. Pass. Agent.
*NN~N Tr' -Manager


F SLop on .signul to discharge -passengers or freight,. D Day telegraph
ftfice. Counert ions-At Talh.uassee with -trians on F. C. & P.,at blacll.
syre with Ocklocknee River Steamer. At Apalacific.ila with.Chattahoochee
1iter 8t(-aniers. U. S. Mail Steamer Crescent City will leave Apalachicola
aatly at 7:30 a. m.; retu niipg leave Carradelle at. 12;30 p, m.


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||o Superior To All 5 rsaparillas.

*,.' Down in Georgia, over fifty years' ago, a marvelous medicine wa% JisPce T'd. It was hat ,
is now liown as P. P. P., (Lifspian's Grcat Remedy), and its fanie -'d reputation basbeeu
irowng with th yesrs.
S For Rheumatism, Blo-r Poisoning, Pain in tLe side, writ*; s.:buh,,rt, back and joints,
SDyspepsia, Malaria, Scrofu!!, a.nd all Blood and Skin L..as -ws, it b:. r-:ver ben equalled. '
F Pain ig subjugated, Heal!th Renewed, Appetite restcred a" aleti.,>es& nightr, banished by ,,
Wonderful influence. ,
L.";P..P. P.' is a wonrlerf..l tonic -abd s trz.Xtlener. W.ak'c-, w.-m e ;'' n.1, ,taeays take'
P. P. P. It builds t.c ,ni 'Ji- i:., t.::-.: i';, .:. c,:.:-,;,_rdatiou r* Le..ical men throughout
the country, because v I '-.L1 ',. !r,'- :i.;a on, ev,,ry ,:.ttl,, and o u.-:, l v.ill convince the
most skeptical that it ote m'... i.. "' :, --- "

Read The. T" uth f An d BE Cozew
S i^ A Wondorful CurO. c ient tidg'. we ht ;l '.it :O tim'a b_'Itti Sy'I '
was amartr to muscular thenctionfo iry J.fN & U. T. 1r so e.s. C.
)years, tried all medicines apd d,:-corqs thII no pcr-
'--- ana cnt relief. I was advised, to lt-.ke P. P. 1'. anl ---
b;lY t -I had fini.' hed two b.,ttlcq li- ,.b.ided Ho" Sp i,' 5v s'.'a- .
t .' ao I i,'f.al';e. t,. v,ork. 1 feel brttc.-"tl:-i I h.-%c for j
., year3, F td i t a col ,'c i t ofa compi.' :-..ver;.. A bottle of P. P. P. ..:_ c'.. "' ; 're p.-,, thh ti *
S .'. S. DUPRiSS, Ica.f isuvili-, F13. three monthO 'tratn: at n. I I rnq,. Ark. .
,f -- JAMES Al. M.WIi...;. bet:,.._,I), CI'.An CO., 0.
.fo T "'.'.-ny from. theo Mayor. -
,i %.,. ,e',1,, z:,,' ,i-.- a- :r fi un %enr-.r, Lried Pim ples, Soree ro l E- :" a Cured.
,p "- t 'r .', ,,-,r *','/: -, In'. 4 j Uo ru.'po ,. rl\
S '. ,,', ,, . f '. '. aiid e !.el likeit I take great plea i- t- ir ;:: :.-, the (e.cie;nt
.\-,Utw u,,u qualities of tlhe p .u pulr- ftci, -'.,: f.i .kin di.eacs
PA + P '"." -::.L :,. ;.'.yop orA..R.jny. known a% P. P. P. I i ', i .-r -,-.?' -'l y -a v with\
"""; an unsightly aud diU-. ,r:,.,h n iVi non nyv face.
m -s ] ... .. '-After taking tlhrce be LJ s i sa accorJiaute 'iLth'direc-
S:'* y ,m -.. -nc.wp -'hysiciang., tions, lIamentirielycu!J.
We r ',v'.,. ;e f.r ,,i;r P. P. P., a C-'pt. J. D. JC;i;STON,
r, ase., L..-. 1aditl.a z Savannah, Ga. 11 .nstou &.Co.
l ^- ...." '.:+-..'.. te:' are n ta eu from any received by us. P. P. ? -., *7i/'man'
!'.G'q, "'o/ ..,'r iA r;e'i-. v,.: virtues are known from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
i' "': '--- "I'. '. i:L's-ir'ts v.o "y pu,-i' y gg the blood, Which is the source of all life,
'i a,-n.d o'$ C ;OL.t,..:t.: until a p r, "0.'.\ < n re ure iseffected.
T....-, .. m-o tei .'. :v:v:g erupts i"3n t:' -:.- ,;-I re. he complexion, the tired feeling that pre-
.,epts. thoroghrccomplihe-.u (f the-, dai y task, s leplesas nights, los of appetite,
a 'ixttbinlity of imposition, rl i ucau a ders,igem.' .-f tLie system coffseount from y
4- ,tmpred blood, w,ch cau Aad wiil be cured bI p, p. p.
(...K_ :(.^.4flH an-'^.s Gict -Rcy.?,/',-,;i.; c.nzcded by I'-.'siciar-.-. -16 the people
SjK-b t he-G atest Blood., r arier. f th Age. It posiLi ely e an ,- -rmanently
4 Vdo r sile by rgsg cr dir dli-A frpui us; price $i a bottle, L 1xttIca for $5.

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TIME TABLE IN EFFECT N'OVE.BER SE 3D., 1895.


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