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The Fernandina observer
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Title: The Fernandina observer
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.F. Scott
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1874
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1871; ceased in 1876?
General Note: Republican.
General Note: "Official paper for the Fourth Judicial Circuit."
General Note: Editors: S.E. deForest, <1872>; D.M. Hammond, <1873>; F.M. Hoyt, <1874>.
General Note: Publishers: F. Livingston, <1872>; D.M. Hammond, <1872-1874>; Fernandina Press Assn., 1875; Wm. Watkin Hicks, 1875-<1876>.
General Note: Proprietors: David L. Yulee, Samuel A. Swann.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 11 (Jan. 19, 1872).
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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Special Notice.


'Preaching at the-Presbyterian church, to-
op o ,ow at 11 o'clock A. M. and 7j o'clock
P. 31., by the pastor, Rev. S. R. Preston.
Preaching to-morrow at the Baptist
church at 4 and 8 o'clock P. M. by Rev.
"Mr. Swann. A special sermon in the eve-
uing to the young people.
Preaching at the Methodist church, to-
morrow, by Rev. G. N. McDonnell, of Sa-
tannah, at 11 A. v., and 7 1-2 1. v.

Cl[AX1 f OF Eo TIME.
ThIe bteamers Dictator and City, Point
now arrive from the North, Monday and
Thursday mornings, and from the South,
Friday and Tuesday.
The Vnylor Cornet Band made their first
appearance in public on "Wednesday even-
ing, when they played in front of the Rid-
dell and Norwood House and the church
where the lecture was held. They fur-
nishcd some very good music.
The steam tug Annie M. Wood anived
from New York, Wednesday night. She
is for Messrs. F. D. Whiting & Co., Wood-
stock, and is to be used in towing on the
*St. Mary's river. We understand she is to
be commauded by Captain Grovenstcin, of
tSt. Mary's.

The Savannah News says that the steam-
er Starlight will be placed on the route be-
tween Savannah and Enterprise. She has
been thoroughly repaired and refitted, and
Is commanded by Captain J. R. Payne.
She has been plying for the past few years
between Jacksonville and Enterprise.

'Council took no steps at its lpt meeting
to remedy the wharfage nuisance. The
ithenbcnr are as well aware as we are, that
the citizens are thoroughly aroused on this
question, and demand that something be
it take for public, use some of the water
fronts, as suggested by one of our corres-
,poudents, last week.

The little son of Mr. Angel was severely
"bitten by a dog, on Second Street near the
Post Office, Wednesday afternoon. The
child was running along the street when the
dog ran out and throwing him down, bit a
piece of flesh from his left leg, near
4he knee. Mr. Angel, who was in the
'Court House at the time, took the little fel-
low home, w'hen the wound was dressed.-
This little steamer arrived from Jackson-
ville, Saturday last by the inland ,route, the
'Railroad company having cut the bridge
to allow her to pass through. She made
-a trip up the Satil'la river, with freight, and
.returned to this .place Monday. She left
"for Jacksonville T.Rcsday morning, going
outside, the Railroad company refusing to
,again cut the bridge, to allow her a pas-
sage, by the inlaud route.



Professional Cards.

C. W. HORSEY, M. D.,

Office on.

IsiT, hetws n Centro & Alomm Streets.
Resides at Maj. Noye'fl.





_ ___ __~


Sil il 1




CENTRE ;'/'r,

Has just received from New, York
ai drge' stock of new style goods,
which he is 1-rcl.],l t6 cut and
make up in the latest fashion and
best taste-

Prices au 0low as tho lowest !



9 Iji C 1).>, i I---^^

Monday afternoon the roof of tie house
owned by Mr. John McDermott, at tile cor-
ner of Third and Ash Streets, took fire, but
the flames were extinguished before much
damage was done
The Circuit Court convened in this city
on Wednesday, Judge R. B. Archibald pre-
siding. No business was tranracted on
Wednesday, except the empanneling of the
Graid Jury.
Thursday, the case of Liberty Billings vs
G. Stark and wife, forcible entry and de-
tainer, was called. Tile jury rendered "a
true bill for the Defendant." The Judge
thought one case before this jury was sufli-
cient and discharged them for the term.
Yesterday, the trial of Noah Kemp, for
entering the house of D. L. Yulee, in Au-
gust last,and taking therefrom jewelry val-
ued at @28., was commenced. Verdict,
gi ltv.

We desire to call the attention of the
business men of Pernandina and vicinity to
the facilities which this office affords for
executing all kinds of job printing. Our
office is fitted up with all the latest styles
of type and with good presses, and we guar-
antee to all who may favor us with their or-
ders that the work will be done neatly,
promptly and at LOWER RATES THAN ELSE-
WiH.,E IN FLORIDA. Business men of Fer-
nandina can have every description of print-
ing done at the OBsEnvER office without in-
curring the expense of sending to other cit-
ies. We would recommend all to give us a
call before sending elsewhere.
To lawyers, sheriffs, county clerks and oth-
er State and county officers we would say
that we have on hand and are prepared to
furnish at short notice all kinds of blanks
used by them at prices from TWENTY-
than any other office in this State.

The Rev. Mr. Swan, in the course of his
excellent lecture, on Wednesday evening
last, referred We the necessity which exists
for a good library here. There is no reason
why we should not have one. There are
several gentlemen in town whom we think
would contribute a large number of books
for public use, from their own private libra-
ries, if they could be plUced in the charge
of responsible persons. These, with what
books could be purchased by subscription,
would enable us to make a fair start. The
several attempts which have been made
here, to establish a library, have failed,sim-
ply because there was not an interest taken
in the matter. Lot an interest be awakened
and steps taken to organize an association
at once. It is unnecessary for us to enum-
crate the many advantages which a library
would be t6 all, and most especially, the
young people. Let one more effort be
To the Editor of the Observer :
In justification to ourselves I would like
to say that your article entitled "A real
Romance" is a gross misrepresentation of
the affair. We took the child for our owo;
papers were duly drawn and signed by both
her own. father and mother. And as for her
mother searching diligently for her is also
false, as I resided at Chicago at the
time at the time I took her, in 1864, and
never left that placm until five years ago,
(1869,) when I came to Florida. There was
no communication with us, as it was strict-
ly understood there was to be none when
the papers were drawn.We'took her for our
I neither changed my name, absconded
from Chicago, nor abducted the child. We
have been in constant correspondence with
parties, friends and relations, who reside
there and know the positive factd ii regard
to the case. I will refer any oae, who feels
interested enough to make inquiries to a
dozen or more persons ; or they can write
to George till, Esq., Attorney at Law, by
whoph the papers were made a"d left for

/ ^H IHENRYT W_ CCL.'i'.l:.\
i *

S-m :--Fernandina has one of the finest
h u hers on the whole Atlantic coast ; yet
I',t' tlhe want of the necessary wharves,
do~ks, &c., the commercial interests of the
place are suffering to) an extent that demand
the serious consideration of all who are in
any way interested in the welfare and pros-
perity of our city. At times, the harbor ia
crowded with shipping, loading and dis-
chargting cargoes, and yet there is but one
dock available for this purpose--that at the
foot of Centre Street. *
'When steamers come on their regular
tiips,conveying passengers north and south,
they are frequently compelled to !ie ouw'de
and discharge their freight, and land their
passenger over the decks of these vessels to
the great inconvenience and annoyance of
the traveling public. Rather than do this
they sometimes pass by altogether This
was the case a few days since, the steamer
carrying bY quite .a number of passengers
d,..iilinwed for this place. It has become a
great fliid [ryir-p, i-iL-~ :iiil Cit.\ Concil

should take prompt and immediate steps to
corr'ect the saone. Let them build wharves
and docks at the foot of any of the streets
running to the river, and there will be room
for all, and the public interest will be pro-
meted and the prosperity of the city ad-
vanced. No .corporation, landed or other
interest should for .a moment be permitted
to stand in the way of those improvements;
for it is upon the great and paramount com-
mercial and shipping interests of the city
that Fernandina must mainly depend for its
continued prosperity and future growth and
Some few months since, I learned that
the Mayor and Council considered the sub-
ject of building' a dock at the foot of
Broome Street, or of leasing the same to
responsible parties, for that purpose ; but
seem to have been deterred by objections
made by a representative of the Florida
Town Improvement Company. "
The City Council should at once, build a
dock at the foot of Broome Street; the
whlarfage would soon pay for it. They
:L,..,Il also take pbsse'sion, in the name of
the city, of the foot of all the streets run-
ning to the river, improved or unimproved,
lease the same to 1 1.. parties for a
term of years; thuw enabling the city to
bring her scrip to par, TAX-PAYER.
PC]rsolal and Othecr Xtcniis.
-Bracing breezes..
-The lawyers are happy.
-Try Taylor's Ice Cream.
-The cry of the people-more wharves.

-Five tugs plow the waters of our har-
-That lumber yard still ornaments Third
-Circuit Court causes considerable com-
-Gen. Joseph Finegan, of Savannah, is
in town.
-"Full and overflowing" is the cry of,
the hotels.
-James Leak & Spaon are thoroughly re-
pairing their mill.
-Judge R. B. Archibald is registered at
the Norwood House. .
-Remember the concert at Lyceum
Hall, Wednesday evening.
-Brown's Company played well Satur-
day ii'ght at Lyceum Hall.
-It is rumored that another fine building
will soon ornament Centre Street.
-Major W. IV. Van Ness, State Attor-
ney, is stopping at the Riddell House.
-Capt. W. A. Sanborn arrived on the
Lizzie Baker, Wedncsday morning, from
the North.
-P. I. Courter, who has been at Green
Cove Springs, this winter, returned to this
city, Tuesday.
-Attention is called to the new adver-
tisement of the Wheeler and Wo...1 Sew-
ing machine.
-In our advertising columns will be
found the announcement of the Messrs.
Kydd's removal.
--The desk in the Court room is draped
in mourning in respect to the memory of
the late Col. ('eo. Dewson.
-A prisoner walked out of tile Justice's
office, the other day, and escaped. Of
course, no one was to blame.
-C. B. Dibble, Esq., proprietor of the
well-known Dibble plantation, near Cedar
Keys, was in town this week.
-The room under the Court louse, late-
ly occupied by the Messrs. Kydd, has been
fitted up for a Grand Jury room.
-There is no truth in the statement that
a Cremation Society, with Colby as its
President, has been formed in this city.
-Messrs. T.A. McDonnell, S.Y. Finley,
E. M. Thompson, C. H. Summers, Judge
A. Don-oc-t and Judge J. M. Baker, 'of
.r .::..-.hi-. i I. are in this city on business,
connected with the Circuit Court.
Cn the convening of the Circuit Court in
this city, on the 22d inst., Judge Archibald
presiding, after prayer being offered by the
Rev. Mr. Swan, Samuel Y. Finley, Esq.,
announced to the Court in feeling and ex-
pressive language the death of GEOE&E
DE-WsON, EsQ,, a late member of the bar in
this State, and moved that in respect to the
memory of the deceased the Court adjourn.
Following the motion, Felix Livingston,
Esq., read the proceedings of a meeting of
the members of the Fernandina bar, prev-
iously held,at which a memorial was adopt-
ed as a tribute of respect to the memory of
the deceased, and a motion made that the
memorial be spread upon the minutes of
the Court. The Court then adjourned and
a meeting bf the members of the bar im-
mediately convened, Judge R. B. Archibald
upon request, presiding ; and R. MI. Smith
acting as secretary. 1
On motion of Mr. Livingston, a commit-
tee of three was appointed, consisting of
Messrs. Livingston, Finley and Doggett, to
draft suitable resolution to be offered to the
nimeeting. On return of the committee, Mr.
S. Y. Finley, as Chairman, presented the
follo,.iH, !, .. i-, ,, and memorial, and in
an eloquent and fceingmanner gavetp. i '.,-
meeting a short histoTy of the deceas... i
speaking of his character as a .nan and h;
ability nnd courteousness as a lawyer.
*Addlresses were then made by 2Jess,:
Van Ness, Livingston, Andrews, Bak,.i.
Friend and Judge Archibald." 'Mr. Bak.- i.
the oldest member of the bar present, in "!,
course of his remarks, spoke of the oth. i
members of the bar, now deceased, C0,11.
Sanderson, Bronson, Banks, Smith and oi!,-
ers-all brilliant members of the, bar "-,,
years ago-that all had now departed tL-
,life, but two.
All of.these eloquent eulogies were fill,,!
with deep feeling over the decease of th.
, iu i. .1 brother.
The following are the resolutions aiii
iij .111-,.i optedd : -
eolutions e:.;i,.. -'.,*.'.' ,!. ,..,;1 ..,. .". **** 1 -i': *. -
ment at the death of our late friend Ea:.,:
brother Col. Geo. Dewson, recommend th,.
following :
That this meeting do adopt the meorner ,i
of a former' meeting of the bar and otfic, r-
of the Court, hekld J the city of i ernandiii ,
on the 16thdcay of'Deeember last, and ,o-.
quest that they be spread upon tlhe minute. -
of this Court as a part of th& proceedings nt
this meeting.
Resolved, That', whflst we bow with hmun-
ble submission to an overruling Providen'..'..
iu taking from our nmidst our compan;.,.:-
and brother, Iris memory be perpetuated
upon the records of this Court as it is in our
own affectionate remembrance. .That it is
tha+ sense of this meeting that a useful
member of society has been stricken down,
that the Christian religion has 1ost a noble
advocate and friend ; and the bar of this
Circu.t one of its brightest ornaments.
.Resolved, That a page of the minutes of
.this Court be appropriated to these proceed-
ings, and that the same be published in the
Fernandina OBSEEVEB, and a copy be trans-
mitted by the Secretary to the family of
the deceased.
S. Y. FINLEY, ('I .'i,,.'l:,I_
h ~A. D)oa&BTT, )"r inns,,
F. LIVINGST'O,;" Uoo,.

GEoRGE 'DEwsox, Esq., a member of the
bar of Florida, having departed this life, at
)Iis house in Fernandina, on the 16th day of
December, A. D., 1873, in his 49th year;
we the members of the Fernandina bar and
officers of the Court, feeling deeply im-
pressed with a sense of affectionate regard
and honor for the deeeased, and spmpathy
for his bereaved family, cannot refuse our
tribute of respect to the memory of our de-
parted brother. We know the worth for
which he, who has gone before us, was dis-
tinguished, having mingled with him in ac-
tive duties of life, and in social intercourse :
But, he has gone from the endearments of
many friends, from a lovely family and dear
home ; gone from the land of mortality-
leaving us to mourn his unexpected depar-
ture from our midst. The vital spark has
ceased to animate the robust manly frame
but the mainy kind acts and words, done and
spoken, while in the body, will long live to
be cherished by us in our inmost hearts.
As a lawyer, he was able and active. The
members of our bar have indeed, !.-- .. r-~-
"ble brother in the profession ; the ..c.. ..11. .
ty, a kind awd generous citizen, always rea-
dy to extend the hand of benevolence ; his
family a foad and true husband, parent and
We, therefore, feel the sad affliction and,
in the fullness of grief, pay our tribute of
respect to the memory of-the deceased, and
tender our deepestsympathies to his be-
reaved f ,1 ,.
We will -.. ,1 his funeral in a body, and
wear the umual badge of mourning for thir-
ty days.
It was then moved that R.M. "',,,;'i!!,l-.'

City Council l1roceedingfs.

TursDAy Evx'G, April 21.
Council was cail(d to order at 7' o'clock
by the President.
Present; Pres. Winch, Councilmen
Dorsey, Wilkinson, Fisher, elnegal and
The minutes of the previous fleeting
were read and approved.
The Street Committee reported that sur-
vey for the road to Old Town had been
A communication, signed by a number
of draymen, was read. It stated that there
were persons in the city, who carried oil-a
draying business, without paying any li-
cense, while they were obliged to pay oue.
On motion of Mr. HcGiffin, it was order-
ed that the Marshal should procure ten
badges one of whicl should be placed or.
each dray that has a license, and the own-
ers of those having none should be arrested.
A petition, signed! by several citizens,
asking that the street in front of the Bap-
list Church be graded, was read and refer-
red to the Street Committee, with instruc-
tions to have the work done at once,
A bill of Place Brothers, for six days
work and lumber, R9.50, was ordered paid.
The Committee on Drainage reported
that the work of draining the Park was
nearly completed.
A notice was read in an action in ase.inp-
set. Damages, $300, George Pennell vs.
City of Fernandina.
11r. Dorsey called attention to a pond of
stagnant water at the corner of Cedar and
Elh-h Streets. The Connhittec on Drain-

age were instructed to have the pond
The Marshall was instructed to notify all
property owners to trim the brush on heir
lots to a height of eight feet, within ten
days and if not done by the owners to have
it done and c. .. to the owner.
The Street C1ommittee was ordered to
have the bushes cut in Tenth and Eleventh
from Cuntre to Dade Streets.
fromn 19sa? ville witi tlae Eviqrieer.
On, like a bolt through the Ocean of night
On, like a hurricane wild,
Throwing kiscs of fire to the left and right,
While the ear was deafe'ned, and blinded
the sight;
Till only the demons kept pace with our
Yet ever, that Engineer smiled.
For he tenderly loved that mnad machine ;
And lie spoke of it fondly as "she;"
He loved tile play of the furnace gleam;
ie patted "hitc ,, .-.-. 1)ps of 0",teai,
And her hot'.: .; i. 0- and free
Fell on lhis check like a mother's breath
As she bendl o'er her babe asleep.
Hot and passionate. Calm as Death
Were the lines of that Engineer's face; for
In "her" was fixed and strong and deep.
His big brown hand to tbe throttle clng,
And ti +n, <-li-nht before,
Asthe I,,', ,i 7 r ,dli, sw Ull, ,
While clutching the iron rail 1 hlng,_
And shook like a reed at "her" roar.
"Up grade" with a giant leap "she" flew,
On dashed like a shaft of flame,
i- .1 i r i .],: ;, ;. tw o,
..... .' 'i .-1.1 ,n i the W ild storm
Till space became but a n~ame.
As a riderless steed mid the battles crush;
As tlie dash of the cataract whld,
"She" leveled "her" spine fuo tthe awful rnah:
Yetl he fingered her iron pulse withl all shl ,'1
And caressed "her".and ever lie Umileld,
Now over tle bridge and the River's glass,
W iher. 11i. T -~ir ." 'ii ,'[.et minade,
"She," ( .... -!;. i i 3 shail peaceftilly
& pas.i,
U,!il o1t of the storm and under the gas,
"She' sleeps with no dreams (.r ,i.t v I ."
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the South Florida. Railway Company is
called to assemble at the Company's office ill
Fernaudina on Monday thrTilouti'hday o-f May
next with the object of co..-".. i'u, ",-;ir.-
to be submitted by the Bo4,, i,..i Di. ( .*i-.
By order of the Bdoard of Directors.
Fernandina, March 21, 1874.

m asroicmE-
FI .. i P.;i%.. i"..11 [.any are hereby no-
tifled I.. t rlh,-r .ij.. ,n ,.'.| meeting will take
place on Saturday, the second day of May next,
As business (. i -|I .-,I i.i.f ,,1n 'i. .:. .% require
their attention, a ptnctual and general atten.-
daucois requested. -
B y d direction of the I. I-_ *,i .. i
... ... J,[l[\ IEDGES,
Fcrnlndina, M1"arch 21, 1874.

United States Internal Revente.

UAY 1, 1874, TO APIL 230, 1S7B.

Squiresevery person engaged in any'busi-
ness, avocation, or employment which ren-
ders him liable to a SPECIAL TAX, TO PRO-
noting tile payment of said SPECIAL TAX for
the Special Tax year beginning May 1, 1874,
before (.,.n ;.' or continuing business.
after Api, i ..,, l-;t.
The laxes imbraced within the provisions of
the law above quoted are the following, viz :
Rectifiers $200.00
Dealers, retail liquor 25.00
Dealers, w holesale liquor IX.
Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale 50B.xC
Dealers in malt liq ors, retail 20.00
Dealers in leaf tobacco t25.00
Retail dealers in leaf tobacco 500.00
And on sales of over 1,000, fifty
cents isor every tollffr in excess of h1,
Dealers in mautfactured tobacco 5.00
Manufacturers of stills I. 50.00
And for each still manufactured 20.00
And for eacll worm manufactured 20.00
Manufacturers of tobacco 10.00
Manufacturers of cigars 10.00
Peddlers of tobacco, first class (more
than two horses) 50.00
Peddlers of tobacco, second class (two
horses) 25.00
Peddlers of tobacco, third cl!,"-"(one
horse) 15.00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth class (on
foot or public conveyance) 10.00
Brewers of less than 500 barrels W0.0U
Brewers of 500 barrels or more 100.00
Any person, so liable, wlho shall fail to com-
ply with the foregoing requirements will be
subject to severe penalties.
Persons or firms liable to pay any of the
Special Taxes named above must apply to A. .
A. KNIGHT, Collector of Internal Revenue
at Jacksonville Fla. and pay for and 'pro-
cure the Special Tax Stgmp or Sta,,.- ll,."
need prior to Mfay 1, 1874, and Ni iIN'L7,T
Commissioner of InternalI Revenue.,
WASHINGTON, D. C., February 16, 1874.
Application may also be made to, and
Stamps procured of S. C. Thompson, .Deputy
Collector at Jacksonville.
Collector Iis't of Florida,.
Jacks-onville Fla. April 1, 1874.

SLegal Advertisements.

ness, those that have unsettled accounts
will please settle by the first of May. After
th-at date all bills will be left for collection.
Fernandina, MIareh I0th, 1874.

Thompson an interest in my business,from
this (late.
Fernandina, Marchi 10th, 1874.


their facilities in buying enable them to do, make it to the interest of all to

purchase from thomn.

Fernandiwa, FIa., April 25, 1874.

J. & T. KYDD,

The schooner which was reported, in our
last issue, as being ashore on Little Cum-
berland Island proven to- be the
"Thonm Fish of Thomaston, Maine. She
'4eft Satilla -Hills for New York on the 13th,
loaded with lumber, .and strntwk on Satilla
...... Wednesday evening. The vessel was
gotten off and taken to St. Andrews Sound.
It is thought she is not seriously dam-
-aged and thLa both vessel and cargo will be

Mr. X. L. Gano met with a serious -and
painful accident at the building of the Fer-
Aiandina 3Manufacturing CompanV, Tuesday
-morning. He had been "lagging up" apul-
iey, that is, making it larger by nailing on
s trips of board, and was preparing to turn
it down. He gave instructions to the man
in charge of the engine to start slowly, but
Instead of doing as ordered, lie started the
engine suddenly, and the pieces which had
just been nailed on the pulley flew off-one
Q of tlmi striking _Vr. aw via the J L ft arm,,
LA A gween the elbow ad Arfablder _,-A .,r :'Jc.,O

ing it. ___ /
On Wedinc,-lav EueniDg", ye 29th,: diy,.-
,of ye mdnthe of April, A. D. 1874, ye olde
folk will finge at-ye new towne houfe at ye
a- corner of ye turnpike & Seventhe Streete.
Anuimbere of hymnes bothe Sacrede &
Wkewyfe worldelye, which were fette to:
*muficke bye ccrtaine of our forefatheres, &
fong in ye goode olden time, wilte be fouge.
Ye flnging will commence at earlier candle
lighte which ye same is eight of ye clocke.
Ye Quire will be lede bye Prof, Increafe
Ye price to enter in is4 York^e c:i hling,:-s'
or one-halfe of one Continental dollar.
**0. R."
A party of colored men, intent upon en-
forcing their "civil rights," visited Rutis-
lausen's barber shop, Thursday evening,'
A- -ta'id demanded that he shave them. He
however did not :see fit to comply with
th-eTrTeFquest aw1 vry promptly told -itei
so. We understand the matter is to be set-
-tled in the, courts. There will probably be
aome interesting proceedings. The matter:
has caused considerable discussion of the
question of "civil rights" ia the city.
Owing to the crowded state of our columns,
;we are unable to give an elaborate account
of the "crusade;"but the absence of any,
comment is not due to any threat of the
festive City Clerk.

The lecture by Mr. Swan, at the Baptist
church, Wednesady evening was well atten-
tled. Though addressed particularly to the
,oung, a great part .of thewudience consisted
4A older people. Tihe lecture was as in-
structive as it was lumorous. The aun of
1the speaker scemod to tbe to infuse into the
iuinds of the young people bf our city some
idea of the importance of working earnest-
ly ahd actively for some partioleao object in
lif:. It was just such a lecture as we necd-

T o ... .....-, ". ,., ".,. ,,"tepw ise, aend a ce
ivtt, ,t',., r" 1 .* ,; ,' ;, '" '. of Foerandina.
SEC. 1".' Be it ordained by the City Council,
of the City of Fernandina, that if on or naf-
ter the passage of this Ordipance any person
or persons, corporat'ir'. n -,"r cint-t ol wn _np
-'..y-or-.. seeei=aton,- \.L..l\ i, i,' l.. up- fin."vi..'----
m anu facturing en te: ,* |. -i ,irh i,,., U ..-
parties so doing shall be exempt from all City
taxation as follows, viz: When the capital or,
capital stock employed inl sne] plnprinf *
from thre e thousand to five I i.. ... u ,! ..!5
to be exempt from such taxation for the term
of three years; when from live thousand to
ten thousand dollars, the exemption shall be
for five years ; and if over ten thousand dollars
for the term. of sevc i years.
SEC. 2. And be it further ordained that if
any person (. 1 ',1-.' -, '11. "ationojoint stock
company or. ..-.- .. .- : 1 -.,! 1 erect, build and
establisfi a new Hotel for the aocolmmodatioil
of fifty or more guests, at an IV-v-Qqtment of
twenty thousand dollars e-more, such build-
ing shall be exempt from all city taxation for
tlhe term of seven years.
,SEC. 3. Any parties who desire to avail
themselves of the benefits under the provis-
ions ofthis Ordinance, shall be required'to
first apply for and furnish the City Council
with a sworn statement and exhibition of the
amount of capital or capital stock to be em-,
ployed ; and further furnish the City Council
annually with a sworn statement of the
amount of capital so employed.
Passed by Council April 7, 1874.
IIPres. of Council.
City Clerk.
Approved April 11th, 1874.


Direct importation from Liverpool, per British barkentine. "Zephyr" Cap-
tain J-ohn Stonach :

1500 Empty Spirit Barrels,

50 tons Hoop, Iron cut to lengths

for Rosin Barrels,

5 tons best English Glue for Spirit Barrels,

Imported and for sale by

,Fernandina, March 28, 1874,

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Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
A tate of Walter Ginity, deceased, are re-
quired to make settlement with me; and al
persons holding claims against said estate.aro.
required to present the same, duly proved;
within the time required by law or payment.
willbe barred.

to inform the citizens of Fernan-
dina and vicinity, that lie has opened
a BAKEIRY under the above name

Gooa, Fresh BMEAD,

Fernandina, March 7,1874.

OFFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Fernandina and vicinity.

Office over JoD~AN's

the highest bidder onx. Monday the, 4th
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S. E. Y of N. E. 4 See. 3 T. 3 N.of R. 21 E. 40.14

made out of the best material, car
be had daily at the Bakery .on As},
Street, as. well as at the Store on
Centre Street, next, door to R. G.
A liberal patronage is solicited.
Fernandina, April 4,1874.

S. r. XY of N. \Y. d See. 2 T. 3 N. of R. 2.1 E.. 40
;i(eFes. '
N. W. of S. E. 1 and S. W. X of N. E. Xof
tcc. 3 T. 3 N. of E1. 24 E. 80 acres, situated ill the .
County of Nassau, State of Florida, and
belonging to the- estate of Jacob Geiger
late of said County deceased. _." ... -
Terms: one third Cash, balance in four and
eight months. Possession given Jauuary lst
1875. -
Byordcrof (;.mP,,y'. t. ;.. .
Fernandina, March 28,1874. .ie
Will bo sold at Pubfic outfry to the highest
bidder o,. MN I 1 .:, -, I ,t 4 th day of May next, at
Fernand n.i, i!p'- I-: th, I Conrt House, the fol-
lowing described lands, to wit: I
,All that part of John Lowe grant, in Nrassau
County, Florida, lying S. andW ;Wo of tofton
Creek, containing 3700 acres'of land, and more
particularly described by the United States
surveys as sea 42, 2, n r 27 c; and that part of
sec 51, of ti3 n'r 27 % lying sw of said Lofton
The said lands, situated in the County of'
Nassau, State of Florida, said property belong-
ing to the estate of Amanda Parsons, late of
Duval County, deceased.
Terms: one half cash; balance in one y,-.
with interest secure.1 1.-., i,,.f.i -i on rhi..
property; purchaser tj.i. I'.-L,, .k-.
By order of County Cornt.
Fernandina, March 28, 1874.

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Apr. 23-Drig IT E IIaskell, Lord, N Y

" 20-Bark Marie (Nor) Garm-oun, Paysan-
der, Uraguay
22.-T.. -' Laura Gortrndo Ti~k. N Y
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Schr Annie l ...r.. ;.- ,
Brit Addle tae V [...r .. r .1asin
Bark Gordo u (B e) l .1 ,. .
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B rig A d olp h I" .' .. 1
Schr Annie. W hliting 'l..l.

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RIvHY of Fernandina as Teacher in general
German branches. Also as good and quick

Residence On Third Street, near the "Florida
Fcrnandina,*'Feb 7,1873.

H 1 ,,." ,-i ;-hes to give Pn-
v a t !I ; .,* h l a n g l i ia g e s ; a l s o
Excellent Testiul-onials.
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n i ,. b. 1 1 ". i '? ., .. **
S. .,.i. ,,i .. t,..,,. 7, 1874.' tf

I M...,,.: tl e 4th day of May next, at Fer-.
nandina, before the Court House, between the
usual hours ofsale, the following desdribedL
lands, withi any improvements there nWay be
thereon: .
ncy ofnc,4 of sec 26 and the! n w3 ofnwX,< of
sec 25, all in t 4 n ofr I*-' e, 1l ...,..
1Wvx of ssw of see tn ...i n .A -* ." ft rer
sw3 of sw-v sec 23 swif crfse^ gsec 23m ad nwVf
ofnwi sec 26 all in t 4 n ofr9,4 e .119.56 acres;
nw.j of swX" sec 15 t4 r 24 n of e one- lot no 7
see 12 and lot no I of see 13 t 4 n of r' 2 c. 151.02
acres. .
ne of n-wY of" sec 25 t4 n of r 24 e, 39.80 acres.
nwI of neY of see 27 t 4 n of r 24 e,40.21 acres.
* se.' of se;4 sec 23 t 4 n of r 24 e, 39.791 acres.
sw)t of &e/ sec 23 t 4 n of r 24 -e, -+0 acres,
sew4 ofneY sec 3 t 4'n ofr .". 10.75 acres.
T., r i, -- t41YOfr 24 .-'-: acres.
| .... ,1. o.'-, situated in the County of
N assau /Sta te i 1... l 1 ... 1 i, ,1,.. 1t f I, 1 l ., .
i n g t o t h e e s t a T .I \ -. .i : 1e 1.,: L .i
County, deceased.
B3, order of County Court.
N. S. UprCiURwit,
Fei-andina March V., 1871.

The allusion to the necessity of a library
here ought to arouse us-to renewed efforts
to obtain one. There is no doubt btit that
bne could be established and supported.
Previous to the commencement of the lec-
ture, Captain Duryee entertained the audi-
euce with some fine singing. '
The amount realized fromthi lecture
Wednesday evening, was $71.45.
We hope Mr.. S'wan may be induced to
&liver a regular.11u,-, o- lectures in this

upon the re-assembling of the Court, pre-
sent to the Court the proceedings c'f this
mlae'liz.: & th%" be y iriu upolu its ',

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J. & T. KYDD

H2ave removed to the



where they are receiving and will continue to receive by every steamer dur-

ing- the season, new and desirable



Thanking the citizens of Fernandina and vicinity for their liberal pat-

ronage, which has encouraged them to build the first Brick Store in ]Fernan-

dina, it will be their aim to merit a continuance of their patronage, by in-

creased attention to the wants of their customers ; and by low prices, which

Island.i Bakery



Dr. E. G., CLAY,

Can be found at the Drug Store of J. L.
CLAY & CO., when not professionally engag-

Mrs. A. STAUB,


Plain, Ornamental, Lineal and Perspective
Landscape and Ornamental

8ttADIING; and. "(OOT^ORI'IIG.

|I,-I !,,,p. ^I,',.' in tlhe above branches,
", ,-,- I ,1 ,i :i hi.Dst concise ano practical
1,,i.. *,r- i,;.;i,. will be .*.,. r: to private
pupils at their residences, or rlrI.residence
of-MRS. A. 0IO0ER,
Third Strcet, next door to "Florida 110ou1c.'

Farm Garden and Household. A COAL MINE ON FIRE. may be cooled, its roaring centre The Literal Boy la the School. CHILDREN OFTEN LOOK PALE AND THE SMITH
is gradually.finding its way downward, Among the scholars,when Lamb and ro no oh c.n. having worms in th e
A Reporter Tells Um what he Saw In a no one knows to what unheard of depth. enn te as ha aigwrsi h
Household Recpes. Burning Coal Mine. TColeridge attended, was a poor clergy- stomach. AICA A ,
To accurately describe the full ex- man's son, by the name of Simon Jen-
TA-CAs.-One pound of flour, a Late one evening, says a correspond- tent, or to express in detail the dis- son bo u t hsm ofsl Jend BROWoN'S VwiMI uGE COMPITS i
quate saesi a b nings. On account of his dismal and ;rill destroy wHITE and fre fo all cloi tab]Jhed Nearly a Qinjrurtf atCentsh,
square poundof buter, a uarterof a et, I etout o visi the boring m- astous effect f thisburnin coal ine, cting
pound of sugar, four eggs, a very little pire mine near Wilkesbarre. The mine one must needs spend many an hour gloomyhimuPonius playates had nick- bein pterfcl WInTuio andgreient fromally cou Etshed inrya uro oU
.One morn- or other injurious ingredients usually used in
soda, as much milk as will make a thick is about ten miles from the city, and is thus underground, which to one who is ing, he wont up to the master, Dr. worm preparations.
batter. Bake in a shape, butter and in a mountain side from which the not used to it is impossible. One can Boyer, and said, in his usual whimper- CURTIS & BROW, Proprietors, 50,000 Organs Sold !
serve hot. spies and housetops cannot be seen. only hurry down for a moment, because ing manner, Please, the No. 215 Fulton street, New York.
Sol by Druggists and Chemists, and dealers in '[HE Policy of this Company is to use the best
To CLAN WALn-PABR. -Moisten To reach it one must climb and descend even in summer apparel he would be boys call me Pontius Pilate. -If there e TEra c s n Bli materialsayowithouttregard d cost.oIts
,several disagreeable stees and after obliged to quickly return to get a wosacas mebontius steeps ta akedicines at TWthTn-FgVZ CAKTH A Box. p oyeed, epeciaiy those leading posttio
T floi dufreshrp dssp was one thing which old Boyer hated i have been lamiliar with the manufacture of reed
hi e has proceeded as far as a horse can reat o air. e lowing figuresand instruments from the infancy of the business.
benzol, and Cork it for use; rub this hfmore than false quantity of Greek and DR. SAI'L S. FITCH'S Tha cases are solidly constructed, and from NI
on freshgrease-spots, and teyw flee carry him, he is obliged to wade through represent the extent Pf the fire, the intwase Npr ofendnsm- DR*J AM'Y 1- H S anr ELEGANT DFcres.
on fresh grease-spot, and they will fle Latin, it was the practice of nicknam- 3FAMI1,Y PI-IYSIOTIA T~he manufacturers claim thaLt they have io
at once; i they are of long standing, mud, mire, and coal dust, mixed to that number of men required fight it, the ing. Rushing down among the scholars Will be sent free by m to any one sending their needed in producing theo satisfactory har
pread the paste on the spot, and leave consistency which is likely to pull loss to the company (the Lehigh and from his pedestal of state, with cane in address to 714 Broadway, New York. ever heard from eeda s ; while at the same time
it till the benzole evaporates, then re- off a shoe at every step. After leaving Wilksbarre Coal and Iron Company), hand, he cried with his usual voice of GENTS WANTED to sell our justly celebrated their Organs have never be"n equated in Power.
move the mass carefully with a paper- the carriage and passing through a little and the amount of coal which, under: Listen, oys the next time A etlfor Laewear di AN OGAN LEADING 3,000 SINGERS!
knie, so as not to -scratch the surface, village of miners, despite the mud, one the men at work in the mines, they( ner a n ys the next time fs Uel eTtsr L s war. I a an A O
vi l a e of m n e s, d sp t t e nt h yb o u t l n c s a 1 0 ,O0 0 0 S O L D
ud, one w~relI bear any of you say 'Pontius Pilatte's ,Do
knife sny as non toy -scratch thete sufae AiONTM. 'They give comfort and antis- The following letter, from the Most EminentOr
and brush the magnesia awa with soon arrives at the opening. There is could give to the market. I'll cane you as long as this cane will faction. NO iFE LE CAN DO WITH- ganist in the United States, refers t an organ
Nothing on the outside, save a mass of There are at present engaged in batTHEI Sample sent on receipt of S2.00 now used in the Rv. Dr. Talmage's church. The
nedrbrssmoking ashes, to indicate the immense tling the flames two large companies of and not 'Pontius Pilate' Remember IRA. c,,:--owyobr ,,ron alt beat thas
A POISONOUS ANILINE COLOR.-The fire raging within, men, each of which is made up of four that, if you value yor hidesa." Having 5 000 d i TD DA r :-ding tous (the Brooknly, Tabert thankscle
dye-stuff called rosanilin, which gives The descent is not made by means of different and distinct gangs. These said tht is, Jupiter onans remounted 1 000 o 60 ayS. e onon the h eri
saidthis Jupter onan remunte ~greg~aeti~on) ohe ofteSmtth American Re~d Organs
beautiful carmine color, is, it is sta- a shaft, but by a broad roadway which gangs, or shifts, as the miners call them, Olyous the bload stil hnigo T WAT al,oeoby utthe haAcademy of Music smlsisrmnIt is perfectly wonde-nsz hudhv
ther?~iersclltemOlympus, the clouds still hanging on AGENTS WANTED S6eylo-in g1'001; of threy.eT falthat so smal an instrument in size should bnhda~r~
ted, an arseniferous production, allied descends gradually underground to the relieve each other at different periods his brow. Next day, when the emsame W NT-. thousandpeople. The Trustee%,- aeln as myself
to arseniate of lime, and is soluble in depth of nearly 300 feet. At the mouth of the day and night, at least two class were reciting the catechism, a boy emuch pifeaed within. The u uaity of TON
also all that can be desired. It speaks for itsH;
lactic acid. It is used in lithography of the cavern there is an immense fan gangs always being at work and up- of remarkably dull and literal turn of a|*nd all I V U wI io thavcnemet ie w ithwo tend he services (
and for painting wooden vessels, etc. which supplies air to those who are preaching each other at various points. dad to rpeatte creed peak o it as most satisBctoy. Accept y
mindhadto epet th cred.He ad 1T Mry lem Mee.It ortaysthetanks, and believe me to remain most reappi
As it is very poisonous, it should never compelled to work in the sulphurous Four shifts comprehend 80 men each, gt as far as "suffered under," and was ,eede et, dr ft rullyt yours.
T inge etc., of the Capital, am awido-awake 66 Wo- GEO. W. MORGAN, Organi
be employed in confectionery, and and deadly poisonous gases below, and four others 52 men each ; so that about popping out the next word,when en sees them." It is th ai.. est brightest, an ew York, Feb. 1873.
all. new book out, actually overflowing with good things forganist
bright sugar sticks should never be Should that fan pause for one moment in the first company there 320 individu- Boyer's prohibitation unluckily flashed '""r, Is opularh or or, eryhebr,. eryo,. aI7s. tll
al.I spplreverywhere, with everybody, sad Is eln
given to children, in its revolutions all the miners under- als, and in the second 208, making in upon his obtuse mind. After a me- f.ar d' wide by thousan.ds. One Agent took 444 orders i
ne township; another has averaged A week for a New Instruments of a Refined Quality of Tone,
MINCE WITHOUT MEATFOR PARTIES.- neath would expire almost instantly. all a total of 528 persons. These men meant's hesitation, he blurted out,Suf- it ot al other book an s liked eret for Private Houses.
e "' best known. It has no successful competitor; is splen- Catalogues sent to any address on sppltcation.
rate the rind of two or three lemons, ce inhale that deadly air, unmixed are employed upon salaries which vary ferd under Simon Jennings, was dy illustrated; superbly bound. Now is the time for all Tremont St., (opp. Wlham,) Boston, Iss.
C c"-tersto e canvassers. ""'""" both ladies and gentlemen,. to make money.
rand add to them one and a half ponounds with the pure air outside, and human from two to three dollars per day. Two cruci"-the rest of the word was never "".. thw ... "in" t.ns.ip. Sen foor cinulares. wu" 2. per dS, Commission or3o a week saly
of beef suet, of apples, of raisins, of life could do naught but succumb. On dollars and a half is about the average uttered, for Boyer bad already sprung ad "I :opeitestimonals a ou others. Addt
currants and of brown sugar, respect- the side of the ascent there is nothing rate. Hence to contend with the flames like a tiger upon him, and the cane was A. D. WOTaGTON % CO., Ilartfrd, o. 0 n4xoen. Webber& Co., llrio ,, ppyo
ivel, onequarter of a pound of candied of interest; the eye falls upon naught itcoststecompny$1320daly.I descending upon his unfortunate shoul- Isan p P r AWanted.-Meorwomen. $34a
peel, a very little salt, some mace, nut- but dead vegetation, heaps of unbroken one week it costs $9,240 ; in one month, drs like a orwegian hail storm or an Person 1Au-r-ge0forfe1tede Valuabln auipnesfree Wit
-- lsmmaenteinoeya ders like a Norwegian hail storm or an at once to F. M. REE D, Eighth Street. oew York.
meg and cinnamon. Add a small bottle coal, and masses of indescribable rub- $36,960 ; whil ino year, and from Alpine avalanche. Whehen the irate doc- who wish to secure a permanentt business and PRA
of any kind of fruit syrup preferred. bish. There is a railway running up the present condition of affairs, I am tor had discharged his cane storm upon make money as agent, or otherwise, selling my Afl PORTABLE
Should be mixed only a sCor time be- from the Empire breaker below, but no safe in assuming that the fire will last him, he cried: "What do you mean, inpage ad double-page advertisements(00,000 Soda Fountains
fore wanted. cars are passing oves its track now, and three times that long, the company will you boob b such blas hem ?" ,I sol), to address for Circular and terms,
.yOU CTIbooby,bysuch Lb asp e y Jc TITON, Pittsburgh, Pa. $40, $5O, S75 &. SlOe.
the breaker itself is Silent, have spent $443,520 at the lowest pos- only did as you told me," replied the NlW n RARE SEEDS. send 10 ct1. for catalogue. GOOD, DURABLE AND CHEAP
MOTH PREVEk -V-.--The following The still breaker is the first evidence sible estimate. The capital stock of simSle-mindedE hristendchi Add1re e ta. f. H. GOOD, DURABLE AND CHEAPb,
capial toc ofsimple-minded Christchurchian. "Did Address D. H. Houston, Seed G~rower,Cambria,Wls.
recipe for keeping moths out of cloth- that something about the mine is wrong, the company is generally conceded to as I told you?" roared old Boyer, now R G In n m ED BLUE, WHITE sar f i Shipped Ready for Use.
ingis a favorite in ome families: Mix Under ordinary circumstances the ma- be $10,000,000, but it would only re- wound up to something above the boil- and rans a u u Manufactured by J. W. CHAPMA
U.U.JJU.J~JJDame beautifualy printed & CO., MADISON, IND.
half a pint of alcohol, the same quan- chinery, now motionless, would be turn quire a few years' fighting of the fires ing point."Whatdo youmean As in GOLD, on do. for 50c. post paid,3 doz. l$1 sample end for a Cataloue. i
tityof spirits of turpentine, and two ing into this EmpireMine to totally consume hsaid this, he again istinotively 10c. Must hae Agents e verryiere. Outf s Ots o25.
ounces of camphor. Keep in a stone of coal per day. it. Nor is this all. Were those 528 g ed hicaneo iousl es K S Baor, Maine. CFOR COLORADOW T
Sg make more money selling SIL-
bottle ^randshake befor usn.The Let us descend the~mine. An old man men, instead of. plying the hose, doctor, you said^ ^^^ wewr last all ER1 PAET^S BROMta ibn lresourcsstc growing, arin
clotnhnen sg or fs ar p recedes us, carrying a burning lan- engaged in mining coal, they would Pontius Pilate' 'Simon Jennings.' A 1 e S rtele healhadganres stock ge rowin, farmincad
each~~helt adv)t he~on e ay rantgs eneraland speeinltuforma-
Didn't e, Sam?" appeled th u S732 in 31 daysS. Recommended by Am. Agrictd- t~lll~~ol, given free. ddress A. H. PATTERSON, Fr
linen, and crumbled-up pieces of blot- tern. He Js rudely attired, in rough each turn out three tons per day, or a Didn't he, Sam ?" appealed the unfor- ,73?i"31 days. Record mnded byAm. grscui tClioii, Coloree.Addreo 1
turiat and over 100,OUO families using them. ohsClra.
ting-paper dipped in the liquid are to shoes, coarse breeches, gray shirt, and total per diem of 1,584 tons. tunate culprit to Coleridge, who was Cireularsfree. CLEGG & CO., 20Cortlandt ht., N. .
be placed in the box with them, so that he wears a glistening leather cap, in I understand that every ton of coal is next to him. Sam said naught, but old m0 O D
next to him.Bam an-id naght, ^uf ew ^^^ Teruaeranc at t^ Cross Rloais.3000 W ~ORDS- -
it smells strong. This requires renew- which is fastened a smoking and dam- here valued at $3, so that in contend- Boyer, who saw what a dunce he had to Tomoranc at Cross Roads
ing about once a year. ing torch. A few steps, and only a few, ing with their misfortune the company deai with, cried, "Boy, you are a fool!s is writing up the TEMPE The Pronouncing Hand-book of Words often:
RAISD NuT-CAKES.-Mae a sponge and daylight disappears, there is a not only pays $1,320 per day, but also Where are your brains!" Poor Dr. isRANCE vEmENT at pronounced. as given by the best authorities.
over night, with one quart of new mik marked changed in the atmosphere, leaves $4,750 worth of black diamonds Boyer for a second time was floored;lthe Confedertt X Roads i the Sent to any address on recep of Sixty cts.
I .in was floored; Toledo WEEKLY BLA.DE, in his LRE & SHEPARD. Bsto
and half a cake of dry yeast, dissolved and the only thing one seems certain slumbering in the mines ; hence in one for the scholar said with an earnestness .. peculiar style. ,s, to $100 invested in WaSt
in a gill of water. In the morning, if it about is that he is gradually going week the company, through the fire, which proved its truth, but to the in- Specimen copy free. IL o5fgeladstoaFortue No
loses in coal alone, which were it not LOCKEe. JONES, Toledo, Ohio. fe pamphlet
is light, add half a pint of butter, a down. This underground descent, un- oses in coal aone, which were it not tense horror of the learned potentate, LOK JONES, Toledo, Oh. dg ,
pound of sugar, three eggs, half a nut- like a moral decline, has no glittering for the fire might be exhumed, $33,264; "In my stomach, sir." The doctor al- Q# !- HMO Bankersa .nd Brokers, -3Wall-st., .N
meg, half a teaspoonful of soda, a little attractions to gently lure one on. One in one month, $132,956 ; in one year, ways respected that boy's stupidity roia EmploVment WHY send 25 et,. with addresses of 6th and
meghal a eas ooiul f s daa lttleway repeced hat boys s upi ityreceive postpaid a Fine Chromo. 7x9 wort
salt, and flour enough to make a dough feels constantly like turning back for the immense sum of $1,595,472. ever after, as though half afraid that a oNOT. $1.50 and in-truetion- to clear $20 a day.
somewhat stiff; knead well, and set to he can see nothing save his guide and The fire has been raging since Janu- stray blow might be unpleasant. nent Eco.,ml tSoMthn ths t.,Phola., aa.
rise; let it get very light, and then the lantern, nor can he hear anything 'r; therefore by the end of March Fl pairsfree. Orient Safety Lamps
mold and put it into a pan, thoroughly but the faint echo of coal and dixt tho company will have spent in quench- COMMON SENSE REASONS why Dr. Address, W. A. HENDEESON & CO., Ore Safety Lamps,
buttered ; when very light, again turn crushing underneath his tread. The ing the flames $110,880, while at the Walker's California Vinegar Bitters Cleveland, O., or St. Louis.M. Entirely or Metal, are the onlyM
the pan. ^ e > cavern, however, is very commodious, same time it will have lost $398,868 in should be usedG: B CENTS WANTED for the new book, t lamps in use which can neither
the an. ave n, h wev r, i ver co modi us, coal whic ,IhdEthAfi e noDbrkenUutShoud beuse :b-eaFE NDeDVEN UREoOFereplode. Areex lode oAr
and one has no need to crawl. The de- eoalwhieh,had the fire not brOken Out, 1st. They are an entire Vegetable naimentaland cheap. Adapted
ROLLS.-One quart of flour, one cup scent is not straight but winding, and the miners would have taken from the Bitters, free from all alcoholic stimu- 1 to all household uses aloe to
of milk, three tablespoonfuls of lard or occasionally one earth lants. stores, factories, churches, etc.i
butter, one tablespoonful of sugar, one- and upon either Bide of him solid 2 d. They are the result of careful AGETS$1 hi cord n fAY.W C ees Bee t
CS1 _hol. andfSrgeon, U. A C.Pmfatos dictatedb hm
half cup of yeast. Put the flour in a seofbl g n r ada Rivers Run into the Ground, study experiment, and labor. 1rilt Thecnjy TR andA AGENTS MAKE $10 A IAY 1
m a se of blactes gl st ni gTER, s TRAPPER. SCOUT and GUIDE Selling T hese L am ps.
dish, make a hole in the centre, put the the journey proceeds, the air thickens It is a well-known peculiarity of 3d. The greatest care is taken to so- % n tai n a fIacipas-EAN^^.TEDyo in every1count
~ ~~ I isoawel owjiiee Indian tribes of the FAR W;EST as meen by Kit Carson, A E T A T Di v r o n yi
yeast, milk, lard and sugar in without and seems to become foul, as if the Washoe rivers that they all sink into cure Medicinal Virtues, and exclude ho'lTeda..m.. themalhislife,. Itgives fall, rehiable.account the United States. Address
stirring, and standtillnoon. Then Stir immense fan outside was gradually the earth. Each river empties into everything objectionable. R Y.th e Agandotueg ..... WA. WALLACE & SONS, I
of~th~naubeMODO gand tpotent M OrOCWAR s to awoke ouSTO-LAC SN
altogether, mold in a little more flour, slackening the speed of its revolutions, what is called its "sink," or lake. 4th. They unite, as a life-restoring o.r mbteuaru sent ftoallapplieanta. Writeandwe- 89 Chambers street, New Yorc.
tid ole ot r is e t horber than pi One cannot help feeling an uncomfort- None of them get out of the State or scientific tonic, the greatest strengthen- NURSERIES Etab 1851. AGENTS 1ol SCHOOL TEACHERS WANT.-.
time. Roll out a little thickernui able sort of a sensation; for, as he goes empty into the sea. This curious fact ing and. vitalizing principles. KipeT DO N luRs aerS. sestea s 1 p5e. TS ea during SLpring T a SuWAmmer
cr u st ;~~~L c ut o utD with aPpin tpa l c v rA s o t e t e l e rs, N u r cl ss T er i suneq ul -ed. | /JJL bu si ness in th eir ow n cou n ti es, p ayin
rust ; cuttontwtth aintailoer;on, the atmosphere seems to grow Was once curiously accounted for by a 5th. Persons of sedentary habits and meel ass. Termunequal, d. 4 150 per Monh. AddresoZIEGLR
after cutting, butter very slightly, fold thicker and thicker, and at the same queer old man who made his home in overworked fifid in them a specific for J" H. SlmPzON & BBO., vincennes, Knox Co.. Ind. MCCURDY, Philadelphia, Pa., or Springfeld,M
over, and rise fifteen minutes before time the heat seems to increase at every the shadow of Mount Davidson. Said want of appetite, palpitation, debility, |M9_ _| K Millions of Acres
baking. step. he: "The way it come about was in constipation, and many other nameless I InAnf 1A IN TANDS
AN EXCELLENT DOMEiSTIC CONFEC- Hotter and hotter grows the air, hot- this wise-The Almighty, at the time ailments. RIAider>s Patet ARTOvnfIC IDTCH PARKING LAN]
TnON.-Orange-peel, preserved in sugar, ter and hotter, until it seems that one he was creating' and fashionin' this 'ere 6th. The aged find in them guarantee m. Altsemostpowerfulatent ARlTOTIlALan1er
is one of the most delightful confec- is surrounded by blazing furnaces, yearth, got along to this section late on of prolonged health and life, and weak everm ade; with a brilliantOil Lamp; IN NEBRASKA,
.-tions which a family can use, far supe- Every stride [onward appears to inten- Saturday evening He had got through and delicate females and mothers find :M. tures. stereopticons, &c. Slides at EOW FOR SAlF VERY CHEAP
rior to the extracts sold in the shops, sify the warmth, and human apparel with all the great lakes, like Superior, especial benefit from their use. reduced prices. A profitable business
The peel should, of course, be perfectly seems more than human nature is able Michigan, Huron, Erie and them ; had 7th. They ai the MAsTEROF DISEASE. stamp for catalogue. W. MITGHETL M''ALLIS- Ten Years Credit, Interest only 6 per Cent.
clean, and should be cut in long, thin to bear. The perspiration begins to made the Ohio, Missouri and Missis- -CoM. TER, I314 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Decrptv phlts h Setional Maps,
strips. Stew in water till all the bitter- start from the pores, and the current of sippi rivers, and, as a sort of wind-up, W D a o the Bo W beautif J rsey Ac ; refult istrum cior n ;tavs'
ness is extracted, then throw away the air constantly pouring in from outside concluded to make a river that would qeages of te Blood. rooms fr few boys. A. S. VIn.GHAN, BridgetoB,N.J. THE PIONEER,
water, and stew again for half an hour appears to be caught and subdued by beat anything he had yet done in that "The Blood ik the Life." Whenthis surce. OnIN LANGUAGES. A handsome illustrated Paper, obtaining the
in a thick syrup made of a pound of that dreadful and infernal heat which line. He started, an' traced out Hum- is corrupted, the painful and sorrow-producing Album sizes, 25 cta. Homestead Law, mailed free to all part o the
effects are visib)e in many shap~es. The mul- 1=Address REV. DR. ENGLEHART, Buffalo, N. Y world. Address 0. F. DAVIS.
sugar to one of peel, with water just almost chokes and stifles you. There btldt River, an' Truckee River, an' tifLauformalif Aov. Eno',BJeflie Laud Commissioner U. P. R. I.,
enough. Put away in a cool place for is no let up to it; no relief. Suddenly Carson River, an' Walker River, an' would form sucts upon which I might write WEATHER HOUSES oEWH. an .
flavoring puddings, pies, etc. For this there falls upon the air a peculiar noise, Reese River, an' all the other rivers, volumes. But as, all the varied forms of disease J Combine an elegant Mantel Orna- $ 72Eaeh Weefo. Aent wanted, particu-
away'down in the deepest depths of calkelatin' to bring 'em all together into best treated, y such medicines as take up and perfect barometer; telo B UBN H At you
from this fluid sud excrete from the system the when it will storm ; register heat
Measuring Hay. the universe. Still on, and these mut- one boss river, an' then lead them off noxious elements, it is not of practical im- adres upoSn prepadt an ad order
To measure the contents of a stack of terings increase to a mighty roar, until an' let it empty into the Gulf of Mexico portance that Pshould describe each. For or registered letter, for $2 00.
hay proceed as follows: If it is a round by and by one can detect certain sounds or the Gulf of California, as might be instance, medics1 authors describe about fifty ALVAN L. LOVEJOY, Manufac-
tyturer, 229 Washington Street, NA
stack, tapering to a point from the above all others. There is a sound as most convenient; but as he was bringing' varieties of skin disease, but as they all require BostonMass.
ground, measure the width half way be- if made by falling waters, which gains along his branches-Truckee, Hum- for their cure vrsimilar treatment it is of no Liberal discount to storekeepers. S gaAM OSS
tween the ground and the peak of the and increases on the ear as to the boldt, Carson. Walker an' them-aliea apply to a certain form of skin disease, so you FOR REED ORCANS! .a ham & Sons, Manufacturers,
stack ; multiply this width by itself, traveler does the rushing of a cataract, once it come on dark, an' not being' able know how best to cure it. Then again I might Warerooms, 18 East l4th Street.
and divide the sum by 7,854 ; this will Louder and louder echo the voices, and to carry out his plan, he just tucked go on and describe various kinds of scrofulous [Established 1831.] HEW T .
give the average area of the surface intenser and intenser becomes the at- the lower ends of the several streams sores, fever sores, white swellings, enlarged THE Sendfor Illustrated Circular and Price Lt.
glailds, and ulcers of varying appearance ; Per Day guaranteed usg
covered by the stack. Then multiply mosphere. Humanity ordinarily clad inter the ground whar they war, and might describe how virulent poison may show
that by the height fromthe ground to could bear but a few moments a warmth they've stayed thar ever since." itself in various forms of eruptions, ulcers, Organ at H om e 6W.oiU r
the point where the width was meas- a degree or two hotter than this. sore throat, bo tumors, etc.; but as all these
urea. If these measurements are feet, The oldguidecontinuesslowlyonthe various appear manifestations of bad blood This adpmirable collection of Music for Reed & T
the sum found is the cubic feet in the way; clouds of smoke envelop our THE ORGAN as a household instru- are cured by a upiform means, I deem such a Organs should be at Home wherever there is a
stack. If the hay is timothy, orchard heads, until the cavern, taking a pe- ment has been rapidly growing in favor course unnecessary. Thoroughly cleanse the Reed Instrument. Nothing that is not of the very-
grass, millet. or Hungarian, 500 feet culiar curve, brings us under a mighty and the yearly sales are now enormous. -d has morel tthan 200 n attractive pieces, ompacly
will make a ton, or a cube eight feet arch, the floor and sides of which seem A good Organ remains in tune, is easily vital strength, and soundness of constitution, thing nicely fitted to the popular taste.IR l1D TliID0I 11"
each way. If the stack is very solid, to be amass of hissing, craekilng kept in order, and blends naturally with will all return to us. For this purpose Dr. price ii boards,$28.50. cloth, $3.00. TO llAH Ertii I H0i fi
and was cut when dead ripe, 350 feet flame. the quality of the voice. The advertise- Pieree's Golden M~edical Discovery and Purge- Gilt, $^-.00. ,.^"' -*7**-w_
each way. If the hay is mixed with feet underground. The fire extends in another column, is referred to the needed. ~ They ar ar' nted y's cu re ; etrNWi ftl Bfi 0 18 ^:
clover, about 700 feet, or a cube of nine over this immense area of 1,200 yards, consideration of our readers. This Rose Rash orErysipelas, Eing-Worms.Pimples, ~u "'*lul lul--'=L "= lUU -^^ i
feet each way, will make a ton. If it is dread, awful and appalling, but inde- house has an enviable reputation for Blotches, Spot, Eruptions, Pustules, Boils, PEIC, $a.o. By W. H. CLAKKE. SS Ui
all clover or light meadow gfrass, or red- scribably beautiful nevertheless. It good work and fair dealing. Car buncl~eg,o Sore Eyes, Bough Skin, Scurf, _A thorough Method, containing not only abuu- -
top, 800 feet will be required to wegh looks like an imense se of glittering Scoflos ore s adSelig, eeores,^ dant' directions adexriss utaarant~ityt|||- ^ ^
aton, unless it is pressed very hard, gold, across the heaving breast of which The London Hornet glees the follow- txs.Affectos of teSkin, Throat' and8" Bones, skind Sells immensely.
when some allowance must be made. pass and repass the softest and richest ing as one of the effects of the late and Ulcers of the Liver, Stomach, Kidneys and itl ??e^?onI ??ne hTewoelr~rha~l''lP~oitte!
These estimates are made from notes of combinations of colors. Blue, green, royal marriage : "Bookseller--'Will Lungs.--[Comn. m.,1 "n, < nder the door. Thieparts marked A are made of i
a great many stacks and mows of vari- purple, crimson, mingling and inter- you have these volumes bound in WIsTB's BsALSAMfor coughs and colds. --orn. larK'G S 0llar Instructor n'areaB, hioth Udu~be iuaiuh
ous kinds, and will give a fair average, mingling, passing and repassing, dis-. Russia or Morocco, sir ?' Retired Coal n cs b^ M E DIO LE
water palls. appearing here and suddenly flashing Dealer- 'Well, if I can't have them Wet feet are apt to travel towards the **O" tt D O bANft. iLLiNOra.--chcago. O. i.. *heelock, Archit.
.n ai raf <>rr h oaannTm~dT ~~ri- oAo r tai graveyard. Cure the colds they produce with An excellent and attractive instruction book for lle In every building." Jonathan 01rk, Builde:
Wode atrpal wehe o eusdup again there, torture the senses, con- bound in ijondon, sent 'era to Rtussia. HAL's HONEY or HOREHOUND AND TAB. those who need a short and easy course, eeneralnse." c. N. Holden, Esq.: "It has exceed
Wodn~l ^ wae pal wehrL to bel used fuse the Vision and leave one doubtful We must encourage that Czar ow, yo a ik s, Totah Drop c,^nB"*ure i" one1' miu ent poSt-ai on recIptS o& realpie eO.,o fnthn htcncopr iI.
in the kitchen or at the stable, should of< th1e, place whereon,^, he, stands.;i uch,^ know.' --Pk' oohceDop uemone Bartlee. Buldrs "We earnestl. ^ been y recommending in Thhl.in
receive two or three good coats of gum-^ isS 0 th iewihyu respondents -cll BroWadway, N. Y. dolrswuld o^t tmp m t rmoe in^iIo
S ^ '^80 shla ansdsovdi alcohol,1 gazd upo'nsuch the almighty ng of The Mark~ets. An Irishman called at a drug store to OLIVER DITSOB & cO.' Be9ton. ules:j lotfet,"tsaTanarkg0O thn. ^hvIhroni s.ta ai
well laid oH both inside and outside, these dreadful subterranean realms. It NEW YoreH. get a bottle of Johnson's Anodyne Liniment THE YOUNG 0 uytheright o hscuny"Uih uh
Thi ls Wll last a ^ear or more before the hisses, it roars, it flashes up, and Beet 0utile--Primeto Extra Bnulocktiseua ...... .a12%* .1181 ifer thewa prRheumatism;o the bdhetrobddruggist hiaskedmo him House'keep er's Friend. ibto~o~y"EmeBCmbel*er
woodwil better toa soak paitefr. Ith in- sokes, driving back the men and be- S second qaity. ..... ^ .1" .1 'Be me soul," ai,] be., "[ have it iniveryhoul By MRs. CORNELIUTS. ^ eofyoe ^
muhi ete r tha pals ead ispaisnt ao h n s on uling the, air. Orina~ryhin Catte ....1 a .10 and corner er m -*-.'..,,, ** _, Prioe, *1.50. I-terleaved, $2.25. W VW K ^W
s.ide of pal.- t ea is. poso and'" soonU There are persons down t here, human I,. n ferinor or lowest grade .10 a .11, The most popular ana reliable CO OK 0 OK and Wgh.aan: "I ,,vr ul tknwt h
peels off in freezing weather, and then bengs like ourslves who' h00ave scet Ha^os-ive ........................... B05a.05e i O..............5.0 a70.00 For loss of cud, horn all, red water in guide for the duties of the household published. Bard, Walnut: "X believe they will sell rapidly..
the pails soak water and gel very heavy many months of their past in figfhtingf DeShe ........................... .06%a .08 mos oshep phiappeite. broke in, aor roraing, keeper~and is the standard work on thesesubjccts, e*ndPutnam. Those that I have put In give perfect
to lift ; besides which they rot fast and -'*y1011 01Drrpaii gni g ese d ........................... .06ia .08^ shep thcw.loso apeite, b roenwdt,an oromraring, FIFTwilT bouAdB now ready valu sae boeey house cert .-ai n teriary e Wtiltcounty."I lm. lnvery

"ftft~r rc -f +0 ........ 1lS nre, aria WhO Will spena many Cotton-Middling ................... 17a .17 a or all obstructions of the kidnEiys in horses booksellers. Sent by mail on receipt of price, Prindle, Fort Dodge: "It lJust the thing andis gr
eakthroughhpores o8 the wood.months of their lives yet to come. They Flour-Extra Western; ........... 6.35 a 6.60 use Sheridan's Cavalry Condition Powders.- THOMPSON. BOWN & CO., Publishers, Boeton. ther p uto nd noe
Shellac can be procured of any painter, are terrible looking creatures when thus State WEter .................. 6.40 a .60 Com. NOVELTYH tdora: counties." ewett for i
ready mixed, and, if corked tightly, will Nho-e OVitru ......... 1.6 atott6, EldeGrund counihes. tenorders for qute
keepeagy length of time. ea ikwhose besmear- g................ 3 1.5 and O PRINTING PRESSES. A.A. MceaSonsMilton: "We wish thea
keep ay lenth oftime.ed faces and rough blackened forms ye.................99a102 ford's Liver lavolgorator-a pure y Vegetable Cathar ThSBscotInete. an sccou.nty is just theth inge., G.ee.ur
give hem te apparanc of dvils Barley-Mat ....................... 1.85 a 2.3 tic and Ponie-for Dyspepsia, Conetipation,Debi lity For Amat euro IBueiness P u ces t Jtththn. ..Mine
give them the appearance of devils -MiedWestern .............,.. .56 a :58 Sick Hadache, Bilious Attacks, and all derange r er Bu u on, owning a house, needs. Sendtheright
His KEEPEns.-When the Tichborne rather than of men. They spend but a corn-Mixed Western ................ 85 a .88 enets of Live, Stomach ysand unsurpassed for gen- sM ontolsytCoenRe"Ok ohey a erejut thn :
claimant entered the court on the morn- few hours here, for so intense is the ::y, r . aOv.er 10,00t-0 itn Use. oNiAA.atH erI l JJoobesoro Pr
Straw, per ton ....................... 10.00 &17.00 THRT OverS 10,000NCI OF BEN. make its, .--ccess." Zeek, Jonesboro Teyar
ing of his conviction, he looked nervous heat that new men must come very fre- Hope ................. 73s. 20a35-'69s .08 a .15 THIRTY WOAS' DXPERIENCE Oy ,BENJ. O.W Da cess." J.t c JhHones& Sns, Portlande: "Ba
and anxious, and seemed struck by the quently to their relief. As it is, scarce- Pork-Mess ......................... 14.37a16.75 AN OLD XURSE. Manufacturer and Dealer in esyou ."to .h. hold t county aotle whle. -
U'R evrydecrptonof and find your Threshold a perfect success. ed0
ly a assdrn hc oeLard ................................ ..69u/a lam MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP 18 THE IINTINTG M TR.IAL., of Grant county." U. H. Stephenson, Mierow
appearance of three men in plain clothes a day passes during which some troleum-Crude ............ 6a7Refned .14 sATE
who were sitting rghtnfrontofh poor fellow does not yield to these un- Butter-State ....................... .35a .46 PRESCRIPTION OF one of the best Female Pyi- l 319 Federal and 152 Knee- Wabashcounty. Bond on the writings and ond
and who up to that day had not ap- derground elements and is carried out Ohio Fancy ..... r ............. .38 a .40 clans and Horses in theNiE F. Matatesk 6n hMurand St.,NeBoston P.WS e NWi N.tstowm--I can sell au reat Ith
11Yellow ................ .32 a .36 been used for ikirty years with never failing safety Kelley, Howell & Ludwig, 917 Market St., Philadel- trial. IF it succeeds, it is the first of a largeoum
feared in court.. Their services were insensible. It must be an awful life Western Ordinary .......... 32 -a .36 andsuccese l million of motherland children, phia. S.P. Rounds. 175 MunroeSt.,Chicago.Send "Do you give exclusive territory? I would likethi
shortly to be required. They were to lead, and awful, indeed, the circum- 1ennsylvania *n *. from thefesbhInfant of one weekold to the adult, for Illustrated Catalogue, Washington; "Name your lowest figure for :
Cheed--State Factory ............... .12 a .16 Waothington. Co.$' J. Wolfenden, Wonnewoc,"
constables in plain clothes, prepared to stances which compel so many to en- Smed .............. .65 a .14 it corrects aridity of the stomach, relieves wind TNUN'YSHOOE--Examine Am. Sunday PB3SNY1V IA.--J. E. Harton, Beav&r : '
retire if the jury should acquit ; but dure it. Ohio ........................ .13 a .15 colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health, 0 School Worker for Teachers. Single number 15c. thundred Thresholds. What do you ask fojr ~aw
hwirytoyt a nduo rmthe outside of the mine run -te ......................... .20 a .21 and comfort ID mother and child. We believe it to International lessons. Club rates low. Lesson counties?" J.W. Sharbaugh,Carroltown "
otherwise'ready to ly their hads upon Fom thetoutidesofathemineerunRgg"edyPinL.tbe thelBstinidlSurstpRemedyin theoWordsinSalllPpersrfor cholars.tSmrianfrllrightetBethlehemrigt 1WBethloem:d yourw eh ror ,
the broad shoulders of the man, who down to these dreary depths large iron -- e asesofDYSBNTERYaud DIARRH(EA IN CHIL- Pyub.5yearsbyJ.W.McIntyre,4S. 5thSt.,St.Louis. what prLeecoulldyou itme have Threshol?
Beef Cttle ..................... 4.n5 6. cses o DYSONEOr adarbon,(Eu NeenefornCrbonhuylrkiUndcouuyliilscouties t
Bef stl .............. .. .2 a1 DREN, whetlcr it arises from Teething or from IA[CHIGAN.--J. R Watson A Bro., Whitt ig
must have been more than human pipes filled with volumes of water. Sheep ............................... 5.00 8.00 any other use. Full directions for using will GREAT REDUCTION. DW. Benton, Bronson: "There can.b, ag.
these three strangers-so like the ex- When they reach a certain point below ch bottle. None Genuine unless the think I can sell quite a number. I believe t o
pectant demons in the old legendary they divide into other pipes of smaller Wheat-No. 2 Spring ................ 1.38 a 1.40 wrapper. O PK s onl thotsd rrtruckHio.-Joseph BuhriLoveland: "Yourd BO(
dramas-had not inspired him with dis- capacity, to each of which are connected Corn ................................ .76 a. .78 SoM) BY #, MmICirems DmAMns. ANDOCOFFEES Wakeman:"Ittothe beatethingofthe kind to y
mal forebodings. large pieces of hose. With these hose .. ................ 1 HOUSEbLD w l Yo .... I a chane I kenlt inToledo? Willou i
the men attack the fire at the edges Rye ............................... 1.00 a 1.05 Hncreased Why.iie -111 Club Oraieruffer O aeaehnOtofi.
*ley ..........:. 1.80 Inrae Facliie to Club Organizer & Davis, Leaven, worth, Itl
the men"attack the fire at the edges Barleyl.e.r.. ....... : Il8 PXd To all persons suffering I eiChthee(S.t
ERRORS OF THE COMPASS -Capt with the hope that they may extinguish Lard ...........................* .... .10 a .10 PANAEA To all e sfi Send for New Price-List. e Sibly." ", have built a house, "d tried to ws
I Capt.~~~~~~~~ from Rheumatism, NeuralgiaLk ily 1 aebul osadti
H en ry 0 C ook an E n g lish n avig actor it in ch b y in ch It is a slow an d p aiu h t . A." ..... A.E R ICAN T E A AN.D co.n t B. -. S Pow e r ode n :I wansas
and. scientist of repute, made some re- ful work, and a process that to the oh- Rye-state ........................... 95a 1a0 FABiiY cr usams c, iPa linm or P.st.mBox 5613. 31Iand 33 VeseySt., N.Y.? -I OTHER I.-0S.-J Milern KaNsasity
marks before the Polytechnic Branch server appears hopeless of any future .Corn-Mxed ........................ .82 a .8M T a h, Bilious olicPainnthe .Oc 56 mr.1an3Vs St., v.y. OuhR PO d. ev er o n otha as ni
of theAmerican Institute, on the errors success. Contemplate it. A fire larger Barley-State ........................ 1.75 a 190 LINIINUIT. back, bowels or side, wewould very muchsand wIFE doesuevery .retathas swe
THE MO MON w E. Mirnn. --"you may expect quite a large order o
of the compass. He said that however than any you have seen, not formed of PHIMELPHIUA. say THE HoWanEote PANACEA his 1 f. oH. Maker, HarvardNeb.: "They winolel er
careful navigators might be, deviations timber or of loose combustible mate- Flour-Penn. Extra .................. 7.60 a 8.1234 AND FAMILY LINIMENT is of all Acomprises the Adventures and Experiences or- p wmaf Ne OreansL
of the compass could not be detected rial, but of solid rock. It extends over Wheat-WesternRed ................ 1.57 a 60 HOTTSEAOLD others the emedy you want a Womau--writtenby herself-for year the wife of 10.eckeraut Nown, rlear Its .:" "Wwi c.ansella
Corn--Yellow ................ ....... .82 a .82 PN E fritnaadetralueiosa Mormon ikeProphet -"disclosingan strln. lallofthaitthilns myste-ad_ he fregoing J.:"Whtwillmony tpeasfor sOr w
and corrected without a proper instru- 1,200 yards, and represents millions of Mixed ........................ .6 a .79 \ight are increasing. If you want fne or morei c
Mixd ...................76a .9 PN fr ntenalandextrna u e. nture, wickedu and starhtling Full s--thriln aod- Reon rights arte Unntedastate. iyowa thoeore is1
meant. To prevent the deviation was dollars worth of coal. The arches petroleum -rude .................. lay Reflned14 It has cured the above corn- fmcnteng. oThet. o t he u sno0 no dy Oh sa dt

Shi~ r aok C use b S eh evati ns Win at r m n yCloverr Seed .......................... .8 .9.00.Ahn Wa e. al eratdweOE owngur tndhen 64paesr6ipghtrs.Incos tfor the United StsMtt~ m. tt9
i m p o s s i b l e a s l o n g y e a r s o f t r ia h a d a b o v e it t h e a v e n u e s le a d in g f r o m i t 0 .5 0 I t .... .. .. .. -.. .. .. ... 9. 00 a1 0 ,6v and of l ein a ddin g b o ronk--eau. ,7orta t of, t e Ad It n an a ma d e o e r $ o n ey do an O others
Timoth .............. 3.00a 3.0 plIntsnthsadefce. Scenesin Utahi,&c. For cireuiars, address HART- Name your territory and sendortrsRealp
taught the British Navy. To correct fraught with poisonous gases, stifling _oFA .1frtem.R
BLIOE 'j There is no mistake about it. FOaD PUBLISHING CO., Hartford, Conn. $W'A rare opportunity to offered to part!e o
them with an instrument, and, save lives to the senses and ruinous to the health Cotton--Low Middlings ............. .15yas .15M forN.Tyi. odb l rugse N U E U IU on te omreuStatetssand engag io n man~ulafAde
shipreaks cuse by uel devatinsWheat_ ................ .............. L560 al1.85 -6NOTH*GB11TTER.'' Cutler Bros.Boston Is the valuable book we give to all. Full of facts, WLO
with water inch by inch for years and 0orn--yenowi ................ .. ........78 s 80 D.i ae eertdEEEfgrSada;pg5pcne.Icoew
sifposaesi4 yasdb uh eitos ears to come ; for, while 'Its edges oht ....... .......... e ceerae VEETBL fiue n fn 4pge 0pctrs nloeto "s aIwt4"I"GUO& tI a mt IM ou%
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Our ABJUSTALBz TmmBiOI.I (broken at ose end).
ly exclude rain, dust, cold and snow from coming
sh, and are united by a strip of heavy, pure rubbery
been tested for years. Builders all endorse It.
ect: "It Is an entire success, and quite indlspenoa-
f: "I regard it as unequaled. It will come into
ed my expectations." Jno. M. Van Oadel, Archi-
G. P. Randall, Architect: "I am doing the public
over have seen anything so effectual." Allen A
to our friends." aE.V. Reed, Publisher: "Fifty
ld not replace them." )W. M. Scott (Scott & Gage,
s been In use four years and is as good as ever."
is just what you recommend it. I have concluded&
nsfleld : "Your Threshold is the best I ever saw.
alley, Farmer City, telegraphs: "I will take thi
is: 'We can dispose of quite a number.' $W.S.H
will answer the purpose thoroughly. They
Mansfleld : II consider it the best thing that hal
[acoupin county." Hodgeman & SornbergerVid-
. point. We can work up a good trade., H. A.4
em and think I can sell quite a number." *O.B. -
Martin & Bro., Chillicothe : "We want to getaW
ss, Varna: "I would like the right of this county
satisfaction." -
much. I can sell quite a number." Homer W.)
eatly needed. I want the agency for this county.'
shall want quite a lot.' J. H. Shugart, Shenan-4
tsfaction. The demand will be large." ChareI,
number. I want the agency for Marshall, Hardi
gs Station : "We think we can sell a good many.$
cy for Van Buren and Davis counties, Iowa, and
g: everybodyy that sees the Threshold thinks it
y, Emmetsburg: "They are Just what every per.
n ett, Palo Alto and Pocahontas counties." Nel-
this windy country. Send me 26 more, also the
Srind enclosed $12. Send 1 doz. Thresholds.2
e a very salable article. It will be no trouble to
'I put one under my door, and it is a complete sue-
alf dozen Thresholds as samples. We would like
?ence, Mlertown: 'I canvassed my neighborhood.
more. Yesterday I sold 23. I will fake the right
i: "TYour Threshold in a good thiig. I will take
in Thresholds." "
ere can be hundreds of them sold here." 0 Geo.W.
ere." Charles Butler, Columbus: "Send one on
bar Iwll send for." A. 0. Morse, Bloomington:
e west part of Orant county." R. C. Kann, Port
n Thresholds; also what you will take for this and
'hat will you take for Juneau and Sauk counties Pt
'Send me the right for this county; also send one
rence, Mercer, Washington, Allegheny and Butler
ere can be a great many sold here." Jacob T.
be for Lehigh and Northampton counties, and at
J. R. Dull, Philadelphia: "What are your terms
te at once."
;on: "The Thresholds are Just what we wanted."9
nany sold here. J. E. LeonardChesaning1: I
beagood thing." H. W. Park, Vassar:: It has
e to introduce them in this county. )
on expect to hear from me again." It W. W. Nay,
mind, now in the trade." Levi A. Norton, Bryan:
exclusive right to Lucas county ? I think there ia
loks to us as if-It was Just the thing for this coun-
clusive right for this county.$' Joshua Roberts,
cep out rain, etc., but failed. Send 3 Thresholds."
"It is Just the thing needed in this part of the
xclusive right of Johnson county." Frazier & v
tf this State for? Please answer by return mail."
ng, N.Y.: "It is a splendid invention. I like it
Judah Mead, San Francisco, Cal.: I am favor.
the agency for this city.$) Kenning Bros., Chaska,
we need something of that kind here very bad."
hot cakes, for there is nothing of that sort in this
Tenn.: "I can soon sell several hundred.' W.
ber. There is money in it." Thos. Terwillager,
o.,N.Y., and what will you supply Thresholds for?"
e need not add a word. Applications for County
unties, speak quick. Our prices are very low, as
plenty of money can be made out of it. One man in
g remarkably well. A-To good parties who can-
payments.-AW Now is your time. Don't delayI
ice for single doors is $1.60..
sessing capital, who desire to purchase the right
g and selling. A large return can soon be realized
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