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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
IN MEMORY'S NAME. sailed for Havre on board La Gasco .'the edt 1 iL Ien1-9ip
Swi, t p on Nov. 6. ... s occupying much attention, as it ought
[The following touching poem is a r 8 'to
prdut 'from thecipn po a i a Out door sports and literary exeroie 'to. Good citizenship is essential to a
production from the pen of a lady of contributed to the celebration of the twti good State.
Palatka, Fla., in memory of Miss Lucia hundred and fiftieth anniversary of 11ar Lvers of the rare in literature revelled
Finley.-ED.) I _.. I.- ILovers of the rare in literature revelled
Fnley.-ED.] yard University. ....i
Like the fresh sweet hours of a perfect day. n the sale of 55 manuscripts from Tri-
Her fair young life stretched far ahead; There are 1,750 languages. uirlzia Library, of Milan.
But its cherished hopes were buried away zia iay,
In the silent Tomb with the beautiful ead. The first use of the locomotive in this\ Two associations in Newark are about
Mortal hands stretched forth in vain, country was in 1829.a r
To stay the reaper's summons low; country was in 1829. to make war on Sunday liquor traffic,
Burdened with a nameless woe. Two personadie every second. ut the foon keepers are not likely to
And souls shrink back from the 'darkened! The longest clock pendulum in the submit readily.
hours r those who wait and weep world is at Avignon, France. It is 67. 'Another plot against Bulgarian inde-
While they tre to pie wthe misty veil feet long and requires four and a half )endence is reported. The story runs
e often gaze in our mute who has falle n asleep seconds to swing through an arc of nine ihat the revolutionists are to be shielded
Annd wonder andthink in a helpless way, and a half feet. :y Russia.
At the hand of the Master so heavily laid,
Crushing the sunshine out of our day. Public object lessons on diet are to be Intense excitement prevails in Ireland,
We tlhik of the sweet young tender eyes, established in Paris. -t Sligo the police dispersed a meeting
Filled with a brave and truthful light; e
Closing their blue veined lids for aye, The executive committee of the Paris th bayonets. The nationalist chiefs
Shutting us out of their fadig sight. Exhibition has granted 1,500,000 francs net at Tully, county Mayo, and determ-
Over the uit, ulsees breast; with which to construct a tower 984 feet i.ed on a plan of action.
The beautififl head, so early to lie
In the dreamless sleep of perfect rest. high. otanley, the great explorer, arrived
"Ye know not how," the Master said, Sixty lives were lost in a wreck off the fiom Europe in good health. He is to
And he 1 eas to us, s nain coast of Japan. ddiver forty lectures. The Lotus Club
Men. love his yoke through trials and paJ hm a apban.'
"But some day ye shall know then.' gtve him a banquet.
And we take up the threads of life again, The Bulgarian cadts.have been found
Gathering them up as we eagerly wait to be conspiring a., iqt h O, The English government's fresh burst
To see a riA in the motionless cloud e Gyera .
That hides from us the Golden Gate. ment. o coercion has not increased the Boston
Through the chilly mists of th6 river Death! The finances of theDo io f hnan's love or England.
To dre neertha fair, hthand ada are reported at a low ebb. he Pall Mall Gazette makes the odd
Tohdraw us nearer the unseen shores a a -rpre at a lwn ebb.
That lidso close to the Better Land. e en Victoria owns the
The Master, while gathering his jewels pure, A number of disasters o
Said, "This one I need before another, with a coiderable loss o te ator
And though we stretch our empty arms, l .s of the Declara-
They reach from this world to the other. ported as a result of the gre -...- -. ---
Palatka, Fla., Dec. 10th, 188SL6 co r ll l w w e
.. --.- _W, O .... "*_ un ol rine law went into ef-
SA Ohinaman was naturlalk4dar 1. tax of two cents isim-.
CLIPPINGS. istered as a voter at Des Moines, Iowa, po o substances
the oth- day.posed on all such substances, and :they,
America is almost the only country the other day. mist be plainly marked.
Several reading ro0ms are JnisUC -
whose harvests this year are satisfac- Sl' has one lawyer to every 4,762,
ful operation in New England Mills,
story. populationn ; Germany 5,428,
When Syrian boys go to school, they EuroThings look a little more peaceful York, with her population of
take off their shoes and leave them out- urpe. has 11,000, or one to every
side the door, but they keep their caps Russia says that Germany cannot
one depended upon as an ally., .sbaInd is so peti! said one
S * '',;.|Psband is sopoetic!" said one
The first printing press in the United Two hundred and twenty-five' po1u other in a street car the other
States was introduced in 1629. of eels were recently caught at one h
A candidate for a teacher's certificate ay. ou ever tried rubbing his j'ints
in Michigan the other day in a school Brooklyn, N. Y., young ladies are e iorn ?" interrupted a woman
examination, wrote that there were two tearing into a combination to wear a rket basket at .her feet, who
kinds of genders-"lady and gentle- plumage on their hats in hopes of spa at her elbow and overheard
man." ing the innocent birds.
MM. Bptholdi sailed for France in dark- The rebellion in Afghanstan is like .i : red Chinamen have deposits
ness which was not tempered by the rays to be suppressed by the Ameer. banks in Brooklyn. It is
of Liberty's torch. There is much uneasiness in Irver draw out any money.
St. Johns Military Academy, at Mad- Ihe English government has ordered h f glass flooring, giving light
downfield, N. J., was recently burned. 3,000 mo troops to that country. beneath it, is rapidly in-
It is asserted that there were over 23,- The only ex-Vice Presidents of the creasing in Paris, especially above eel-
-United 'States now living are Hannibal lars.
000 deaths from cholera in Japan in amlin, still haleand hearty, and Wi-
Sepember. I Hamlin, still hale -and hearty, and Wil- a
eptember. liam Wheeler. AMUSING MiUSINGS .
The great electric light at Hell Gate is A slight shock of earthquake was felt -
to be extinguished, as it is a detriment eaher-"Who were the Aborig- -
___ I I---- in-Yan Wert, Ohio. Teabber-"Who were .the Aborig- s
rather than an aid to navigation. W et Oh
4i, nnnThe report of the Postmaster General ines ?
SThere are 60,000 sc hool child en in shows that the expenses of the depart- Pup l-"The Chinese." i
Vermont, exclusive of those who attend h .. p ^ :
private schools. ment exceeded its revenues by $6,700,- Sta lini discovery-A cadet in the
priva scnoo... 000 the last fiscal year, a decided gain "C" c.ass, is out 'of business.
The young Emperor of China is now over the year before. The i'eductions in Subct--ervous system. s
- i .out twelve years old, and will begin postage, the postal note, the special ten- 'la -er vo"an system. s
his care of the Empire next February, cent delivery, and the letter sheets, all 'eac er-"Can you define the words i
'yith thle resignation of the present Em- seem to be successful experiments. anterior and posterior ?"
pressRegent. The Western Penitentiary in Penn- po i Anterio. means inside an
A sealskin ~uefor the Bartholdi sylvania, is the only prison in the world Psterior means outside." '
oul cost $275,4S3, a decent boen- which is illuminated by natural gas Teacher-'-On which side is your coat
neti'l,482, and a pair of shoes $1,847. Numerous. stand pipes about thirty feet buttoned?" .
S The above *tatemnents are made in ord r high make the grounds inside at night as Pupiil-"On the posterior side of C
Sto "scoop' and silence the statistical clear .as day. course.'? General applause. f
fiend. giving for black pearls employs large Teacher-"Spell the title of the ruler c
A chniOhd aeer sold his yife and number of men and heats off the coast of of i."
fle children for $70. / ower California. These jewels are of Pupil-"S-e-z-e-r.
' henry Ward Beeeher resumed his pul- ruch beauty a-nd highly prized. School was dismissed for the day.
Epit ,o. a. highl rie.-'g '
pt aoNi. to ar's production is worth from $60D,O -: -Teacher-"Give a relative pronoun. "t
The iajonty of the French delegates to $1,000,000. Mr. B.-Cousin. 1
THE SEMINARY BARRACKS.
THE FINISHING TOUCH NOW BEING PUT
*ON THE BUILDING THAT IN FUTURE IS
TO BE THE ABIDING PLACE OF THE CA-
The long-talked of barrack of ,the East
Florida Seminary is at last a reality, and
a large and commodious building now
graces the east end of the school grounds.
The building is a large two-story frame
building 195 feet long by 95 feet wide
with 65 rooms and- a large mess hall.
The rooms are la rge and sufficiently ven-
tilated, and will in every instance prove
a comfortable place of residence for oc-
cupants. In the central part of the
building is situn'ted a large courtyard of
sufficient size to allow each room a firont-
ing. Piazzas extend the. entire length
of three sides of the court yard, and on
the front qf the building, on the south,
is a fourth piazza.
A num1e. of cadets have already taken
up rooms in the building and have oc-
cupied them for the, past two weeks, and
testify their satisfaction with the rooms,
as well as their entire comfort. The
Professors of the institution will occupy
the front part of the building. Wheo
the cadets return after the Christm" .
holidays, the whole corps on- rs de4
S- i l--^tairTI herl p)ermatient
abode in the barrack, and rigid military
discipline wiil be observed by the cornp.
mandant and cadet officers. The rooms
are each large enough for two occupants,
and the furnishings of the room such as
iron bedsteads, washstands, stoves, have
been provided for the cadets. They will
provide their own bedding.
The cadets in general do not altogether
relish the idea of strict discipline "at al
hours of the day," but they hope that it
will be eventually, for their welfare, and
are accordingly resigned. The wire-
netting, employed as ornaments for the
windows, is universally conceded to be
"just the thing to keep the mosquitoes
In sending out the first issues of MILI-
TARY MUSINGS it does not seem amiss to
dwell for a few moments on the superior
advantages possessed by Florida as an
educational centre, and on the excellent
schools that the State has within her
borders. This is indeed an inducement
to the youth of other States who come
among us and may at the same time ob-
tain an excellent education. Gainesville
is particularly advantageous in this re-
spect as it possesses some of the finest
institutionss of learning in the State, as
s evinced by the fact that about six
hundred children are in attendance at
the vadirous schools within her limits.
The-salubrity of climate, geographical
Situation, and semi-tropical productions
n every way-merit the attention of those
who settle among us. Gainesville is sit-
Lated in the midst of the great orange
growing and farming section of Florida,
Mnd acts as the distributing point for
supplies of the immediate- vicinity.
Alihua county is noted for the fertility
)f its soil, and its vacant homesteads atre
low being rapidly settled and occupieli
y A class of citizens that would be a
credit to any community.
Fifteen.years ago the buffalo ranges of
Kansas and Colorado were covered with
thousands of these animals. It is sad
hat there are-not tore than 2,000 biiffa,
os in existence now.
fti-. -- -- - .
S MILITARY M S SINGS. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO- J mt W. WILLrAMr& CO'r
Pu.blihedJ i..; b Mu Galna Deta, Eta PhJ POPU R .? ----- .
Delta ana the Ornega Beta. Have you ever i-sited the roony f the F UIA
W..A.PRAtII, "Y iouui Men.'s- Chri-tian .A g tin T
in 0tlrger -ti iou' -iin know a(i- 1T1 T: J R I FURNITURE WAREROOMS.
Sting about the ociet No. Then let
t.atH E DiN, l Vlt V1 ittl ut it. It is a Dvery .
G e, would ,,d war welcome they
could find at ehe wicked len. tit hauntt ,'
GREETING. aLst every thorner soiatiour in the -AND '.T t Main Street,
For this purpose te established li- '.
Commhave unassed through the joyfn ild l nd try, whereof t hey bec to rent little be ncottages, plFas-nGerP ja., I
alumnr. Adde.. ah coflh iri a to ,w en e eFuneral .Pi/ector and Ermbafter.
THChristmasE experienced INGts happy, profe- antly situbly as well a, socially, where they CADET. CALL AND SEE ME.A
Gaineand.eve, Fml. wouldhas T ,,fpril a warnch at welcome as they o'* -' .
pased with pleasant recollections; we ancould find at the w e cottes, ens at haunt.
S epect to r rn to reneour l almost eve :orr in our larger cite hopes.
Gand efforts i the rld that.is-before us, hat aNGy might go there who otherwise West Main Street, r
an after a pleaFor this urpe they established li-
Sourduieswithavigorodelerinio. Their are very f"w qulicatio re- .
Ere another issue of the IMusiNGs is braries, lunch, roor, mu.isic r.aps, and. North East Co "'ner 'u',e GAINEq''"ILL., LORIDA..
forwarded to its manwho readers, liberill rooms edorder that a man od. b oy n a SVLLE LLORIDA. "
*aided Ms, and given words of cheer when become a member. coLOaTHEs MADE TO ORDE-R LE GOODS UN AND.
ave terpriassed through the joyful days of the age was limittle ottagesly please INGAM...
hrie vetmas, f dexerien its happy reos- antlery situated, for you see, an old gentlem ..
Upetsl and macerty loo, we retur it hasour Tcan belong as well anch ata yotun hone. ., n. epairec. ad Cleansed.
Stpased ks, it pleasant recollections; we andof.a iodg ing at the c,:ittages, wae r. i .
expect to ritfn i'l a. renewounr labor& made as lond as possible wth the ho.pe
and effrtend ain traous that isbefre onage hat 'Nou migemberht go the who otherwise O AND DYEING r hevr .CorrectlyandChe .
aid after rich a pleat w rdtem n or upon ctiould mmbr ome chur -
outheir dupaties with a vironselrminaoionra- Ther a'e very fw he ualioications re- NEATL NE. -
To our patrons who hate liberally urediet n orde a that aey marih for religiboy m '
aided us, and given wordsof cheer when become a member. tainmera r ALLWORK NEATLY D ONE.
oU' has only once in two or three monthsso.
enterprise seemed as though upour The age was limited onul to thotiy F L e.S AE-TO- R sDE. SAMPE---GOO-- ON.t- -lA .
th e verge of destr nuc the Stt and our pros- 4r sixteed on, so you see, n old gentleman,' t ; 3 T7. -j-ISTS, '
who helped ua to make ourselves known hd feeling. ._. _DALE IN
byo kidly insertaintyg our -r, we return n I 'can belong as well as a young one.U DALEF IN
thanks, a nd t or the liberal mind- This gives to yoleturem b thome noted. i. R x
nod citizens by :fr brethir.'lle and iicinity speakees. and counl of olr heas e- n '
regard to our first issue, we ilso express tures and thus help .the-ociety _inan- .< ISClldllGUSOOK6, Down \l e V.-l'Tl,,
'will extend a gracious patronage, and lo member can hold any oflite, hvnle- I
that rich havest wl them fo uersr an active membersome church. CLEANING EP N AND DYEIN s Seedon Coectly d Cheaply
their p _-. ., enonra- Thee meAmbers of the Asociation ca NE ATLY DPENCILSE.
THE BTLGARIANS. .,emb rs.connected with ir, a gre ,[del W lTDOW -LASS
Sm onet as ospten as they ir el rooi -' Wo NEATLY D N
,eo eithhIe(.- theatre ..de ean therteaii hee :- er. L AWRK NEATLY DONEa
Bulgaria have resisted the lencha only oEven i two or three ismonths, o wealy -
threatsof the mit power of Russia L% members tr, to do, ll thewloni-t o i ll.
"-uring the past few months have justly w mi to U ev-rything neat ALL BOOKS USED IN- E F SEMINARY ,4,0-e" '" 1
I They a le a iigularh and interesting tl can tuntcl and vocal heart morecita .ion
' people, very unlike thei t neighbors, the u i ."l0, than something thatt reminds .
Supour paper an d to maniake it a source of reading ar ofmen debares No political WITSINGTN &,
amusement and instruction Theyo its reader- or secular question is. al'o.ed ti be doing
ed on the preiv the State and ut heir f it bated on, thus preen shoinld g, e oftentime. .EVILLE FLOID.
who helped uwa s to ranke since corrupt- hard y an d hearty co-opeDi n.
ed into Bulgarian. This tribe went TEPHENOSS,
fubyrther kidlwestwardti our rd, we return Iravel theo Flongrida thin inter prom C EA E IN
ouregithank b au for the coanumplibe a entay have a series n lectures by some ou. notedA HIONABLE
notices by disposedur be quiet, peace-logill in speakeis. T he public freeze oatt l lee- alit M cN eu '
regard toind oustr first issue, and we so express res and thus help the soci ety fla- ooks,
wour heartfelt appreciation. uralrly. Then. telhtoourotten nlten have Pi ." Var shes L
The.BulgirmTfarner i. moJeytinehisn oten h ,^. ,
suppers and socials.
THE BULARIANS Where the Association has earthy GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
wantand is conte ih fe comforts comembrsconnected with it, agrepo ded WINMADE EVERY DAY.SS
ofHe takes no large part extensive moneyis spent on their soevei-' rooms
tures or large iadth i'es, the pi l::,,"le, ., they are ia.d fr. etterui fti A :
ulgo onthgaroug have resis te the simplenca and Een if the lha vet is not so ealt A
threatsof their fathers powerof Russia they can more eail en l
during he traits and habits monf these people j eu l. m tr t ll te -
seem .to fit mth h ays aimin to ave everythi g ne t ALL BOO UE NA-, ,
won the admiration off the world. have hm-i e
They are a ingularv and interesting jeal- b ho I e-like. o a's a trials
people, very unlike their neighbors the put, ~i good order at reminds
Servians and Ronmanians, in uace, .hisI him of h,:,ne and mother ? ORTH SIDE SQUARE,
tory, customs and traits. They deire deo added god the service impu neatly doing Gie me a
ascended from a tribewho long ago set- is i year re Largest Stock and Lowest Prices. Call and
tied on the river Volga, and their'ancient s i ee y aartesie- see us.-
tledonthe river"gaties them~elvh-s all1 we shoifldgive them GAINESVILLE, '- FLORID4.T
name was-"Vol:'ian.', since corrupt oArNESVILLE, F I l aEae W.AiLN..UiTt.
ed into Bulgarians., This tribe went our ttb3 SaT EPHEN ROSS,
further westward and settled in that C Travel to Fl:rida this ,\9luter pronises'
regi-"n betr"oen the Danube and Balkan" Travel to o el a Creams,
to eclipse in numbersant' fyi mer seas,,u. ;'._H iONABLE Ce rs
mountains, "which is th'ir present[ h p thirtot
!The population of tmugaria proper is fthe sh o 17 le.s, 3l nu 1. O a v 0 t,
about a million 'and it half. These peo- ... t a.similar.p.
eaeii. ribd of lait year. The freeze o last AND- ... .
and industrious, aun art aluiost wholly wivirtr 'iill by ill' mean, ret ,rd thr ra \'-
The Bulgarian farmer is mode-, in his PO P4-COI.RwiNo '
increase it. n4 it will ,t
wants'and is content 'ith few comforts.
He takes no large part Wi extensive ven- tamgon t 'lltl .I ILLE, FLORIDA.A E
tures or large trades, but i santisfe,.l to F
go on-through lif6 after the simple fu.h- trees ,re in a fi' ,ette ,-:.... .
ion of their fathers. present thar, they have ev'i,
as they can more ea-ilv ef ,- .--
Th e traits and habits Of these people fects0fafreeze.
seem .to fit them thoroughly to be mas-
shown themselv es brave in war and jeal- beught'bya' nteemt raL -
ous ., fthir liberti,-;, and the good xwihes put in good order at on e,
-- 1-fthe w6l.' will attend their desire to added and the ierv'ice impil r neatly done. Give'-me
maintain their indeperidenee. way. _Ral.nimug neatly done."Give me a
Thee'Largest Farm In the World.
From the Missour Republican.
In the extreme southwestern corner of
Louisiana lies the largest producing farm
in the world. It runs 100 miles north
and south and twenty-five miles east and
west, and is owned and operated by a
syndicate or Northern caprtali4ts. Their
general manager, J. B. Watkius gives
an interesting account of this gigantic
plantation, which throws the great Dal-
rymple fIarm of Dakota into the shade
completely. He was cornered by a Post
reporter at the St. James hotel aud asked
to give the particulars of his gigantic
enterprise. "The 1,500,000 acres of
land in our tract," Mr. Watkins said,
"was purchased in 1383 from the State
of Louisidnna and from the United
States Government. At that time it was
a vast grazing land for the cattle of the
few dealersrfthe neighborhood. When
I took possession I found over 30,000
head of half-wild horses and cattle. My
first work was to divide the Immense
S.-' tract into convenient pastries. establish-
ing stations or ranches every six miles.
The fencing alone post in the neighbor-
hood of $50,000. .Tlie land I found to be
best adapted to rice, sugar, corn ad cot-
"'All our cultivating, ditching, etc., is
done by steam power. We take a tract,
say half a mile wide for instance, and
'place an engine at each side. These en-
gines are portable, and under this ar-
rangement we are enabled to plow thirty
acres a day with only the Labor of three
, men. Our harrowing, plantingarndother
cultivating is done in like manner. In
fact, there is not a draught-horse on the
entire place. We have, of course, horses
S.,, for the herders of cattle, of which we
now have 16,000 head. The Southern-
Pacific railroad runsfor thirty-six miles.
through oufr farm. We have three'
steamboats operating on the, waters of
our own estate, upon which there are
300 miles of navigable waters. We have
an ice factory, a bank, a ship yard and
rice mill." ..
The rails for the Orlando street rail-
road have arrived annd will be put downL
at once. All the rails and material have
been paid for and the company is in good
shape. By the first of-January they
hope to have thee'ar- rnunin in various
portions of .rhe-ci y- ... -
AJ. VID.L, M. D.,
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, ETC. -
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N. E. Cor. Liberty and Union Sts.,
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'%HIRTS. t.COLLARS, i:UTFFS, TIE-, SCARFS, EUTSPENDERS. I-HOIERY. GLOVES. HAT-.
CAPr, LNDERWEAR, ETC., ETC.
BOOTS A-,.TID SHOES
I guifrant -i he be[ a -r ;i..d at their l,:wet Prices. Agent for the Jailue_ Meanvs.3 i-llar no .
foi- Gents, the bi-t h.:.,e in t(ie o Ild. JOHN T. TW'OMEY.
a. r. ,ruriON
Dealer in Genreral Merchantdise.
Red Store, E. side Square.
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THE POEMS OF
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Perforili6 all neci'e'sary opelra nliD i,,.ju thl .
ti-i-tb rrh a "ri<-'. ti lifir rn-altu. beai 11.ni
teeth witb a view to I'r [fi ealt. befuti and,
prerErlrTai .e.. Iari r i eavyed -t i iht.uld
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ib -:.rie their ,-T urietrry .:.r beauty de-trlver-l,
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der of I fe. O 've r r eni[v i 'ye.ir [,rnctite lu
(. '.in, .li dUa'i [ .[u1 II, i Dti .l eI to
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W. U. ROINi)oN.
: E:F. D u '_L"_'.'OQ T & cO --_
-AND DEALERS IN---
323 Broad St., Providence, R. I.
Feed and Provisions.
ALL GOODS ARE WARRANTED.
i iMotto: Short Profits and Quick
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I McCLELLAN & ELLIS,
Sealers in Hardware Furniture,
STOVES AND TINWARE, ,
i 'ts, Oils, Glass, Lamps, Crockery, Saddles,
HARNESS, MILL SUPPLIES AND PUMPS,
J." D. IVIATH-ESOQN,
OE AND LEATHER STORE.,
.7 MY PEC'IALTIEt- ARE:
Jis and Shoes in all Styles and Grades,
4 Findings and Tools for Shoemakers,
fer ain Rubber Belting, Call Skins. Trunk-, Hat., Umbrellai. Hosiery
--the car ci l
J. 0. NIC .:.I -.
LOUALS. Col. Edwin .* Cater, Sutperintendent
a is "o of thIe East F''idia Seminary, will spend
Christmas is comninig. ,.. J P holiday, at the barracks. Mrs. Sel-
Ex-Cadet W. W. Smole wis -m the den will e there during Ia portion of the
city recently. ime will spend the remainder' at
r 1 .... oi :,i Captidn C urtis w ill vi'i t
Hotel de Barracks is the most pop i.t r Mb' ', i So .. C.rti w. o t.
lace in town. .. ds inS Sou Flrida, and Prof. E-
.. l,-i t M ill vivit. lsarat ohh. <-6.'
Discovery in b6tany--The "oireus"I
flower- very early.. ( CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.
"Three thousand ducats at a sitting I ,..
Enough to break a Jew. 'Ti.le Christmas holidays will s0on -be
From the size of our present company liere" and how are we going, to spendl
_we my hope for o companies in Feb- them.t? Some will return to their 6omesnA
rulary. v-~ Tue-- ti'-TiTiftl e horlida); with fri.-ndsrl
We are glad to welcome Miss Sue Fin- or relatives. Others. whloare notrseo to
ley back to our rui'st after an absence of ;itunte as to have homes near eiou'gh .'to
three weeks. go and return, will remain heire.- Buti
A s.uple badge of the Eta Phi Delta all are alike ansi.u.s for an interniiso
Society, ordered by Liteut. Stone will at- of work .nd for the plea,'ire that this
five about the Ist. always brings.
"Behind he bars is he pop r sub- ., wheii the err roun of fu aild
Behtind thd bs' is the popular suh I.- pleasure is past, they will return to their
ject for disciuss.ionr by the cadets who are studies with uewed ir a itret,
to reside i)i the barracks. t i g l
to reside n the barrack, willing to do almost anything, resolved
Did some young lady say that she was to study more, and do better than they,
reported tor disrespect to the Faculty? *have ever done lrbeire.
We are exceedingly sorry. We hope these resolutions will be kept.
o-. ti tr P. E. Williams made a short and that they will not ,do like the bad
v visitt to his home last Saturday. He has boy who wrote nt the end of his resolu-.
returned full 6f "business." .ions, "If I break any of these resblt-
The Ocala Rifles give a Grand Ball on tiobs I will draw a blue mark acrossih
the 10th inst. We 1Wish them every s'ue-! aufl be sorry."
cess. The invitations are quite elabor- We wiglh ou
-n m i- .... 4. c i ....i ,i c, ;.i Christnm aa ." ,
.. +.I.. J). e eJL tth, a er i of .a. UJ l
Bennett, was in town on the 14th, hav.
ing just been in the Sotlthdrn part of the
Some cadets mnist. have flourishing
vegetable gardens. We judte by the
sample of Irish potatoes brought, to
Very few of the cadets will spend
Xmas in Gainesville. Most of them are
-.JMH o fotbrw'ard to home and soJmet.titl)
Some cadets are getting so atraichd to
the daily drill that they will stay ten
minutes after the others have been dis-
TaH MustNGB has received some erry
ucouraging pufl's fror the papers 01'the
State. The editors are accordingly puf-
The eadat; are not yet in the barrack
but will probably be there soon. Orders
were read Wednesday, and it wais found
thetowni ttiulents would have the easier
ti e. '
Teacherto Student-'"Write an idio-
matic sentence." Bright studenlt.-Do
youi mean anl idiotioetiteince ?'" Tencliher
thinks pupil could Live such a sentence
.The A cl-iss finished "'Merchant of
Venice" and took their examination on
Thtid-.iyd. They have not yet decided
what to read1 next, but are in favor of
S itor,? -haklp-eare.
Recent news from Cadet Garvin, whoi
is on 'ick leave, tells us that be hai al-
most recove-re fiom his severe illness.
This i certainly good news and we shall
welcome his rettru.
Last Tuei-day thle company was divid-
e4 .'eqUtally into two platoons to: be com-
manded by Lietits. Haile and Shaylor
for special instruction in the sch.-.ol of
the company. We wish them rapid pro-
The Artillery squads have graduated.
By order of the Commandant. Inf'iitry
drill will be practiced until further or-
ders. We wish to congratulate Lieut.
Shaylor on his stccees a. Commander ofl
The writing teacher of the Normal
classes is doing good work, and we ex-
pect he will apply for a position as writ-
ing teacher in some noted school ere
long. His self-estimation has risen since
Ilis last application for work in A class.
Thle following questions were dis-'
cussed in the "B" Normal:
"Is it well to give lessons as punish-
ment, if so, why'?"
"Is it a good plan for the teacher of a
district school to visit the parents of the
. "If VouL were.teaching school would-
you.gire recess or not,.and_.vhy?"
"What would you do if you were
teaching aind found yourself wishing
that a very badl pupil would not come to
The "B"class have completed metlii-
odt in geography and have taken uIjp
methods in writing.
Says a writer: "Speak ofa mail's mar-
ble brow, and he will glow n ith consciotis
pride; but; illutde to his wooden head and
he is mad in a minute."
A young lecturer's simile- were gath-
ered it a heap when he said: "'0 my
brethren, the snowiest shirt front, may
conceal an achiug bosom, a.id the stiffent.
est of all collars encircle a throat that
hai many a bitter pill to wa allow !"
The new one-dollar silver certificates
have the likeness of Mrs. George Wash-
ington. A hard money paper says thlti
they couldn't put George's phiz on, be-
ca.ise he never told a lie.
PURE FRESH TAFFIES
MADE DAILY AT
East Main street, ,-.. Ne.\r ine Post Office.
My Candles are nwie and white,
And easy t., bale;
Sweet as honey, 1
And worth anybody's money. -
Respet fully, ..
R. 3M. LEWIS.
THE CHRISTMAS JINGLE OF THE BELLS.
,I want all the old folks and hlidddreu to come
And see what tibi season bas br.:nught tIe.
I've everything nice from a doll to a druim,
All arrange. as Old Santa Claus taught me.
I've the lovelihet dolls, both asleep anti awake
SWith short hair and lone hair for braiding:
I harei ii itUpPi f jand,'worn anti long joi-lie'
.-Ancid hole Jot of drum? for parading.
HeIr' ace na.rble-top tables andiaofas toI plush,
S'.U' readv tr cdrlioes r-epoAine..
"ili-eri are lianos, a wrr icn with a Daish
ltIhe 'weel rhingas are siting coumpsing.
tert are washb'oil_. and lpielerI .anui lo:rIel
.ws.Ei.-a.htnbs nl1 beacc-h for h.:,me trailnwg:
era dr esed ruL.ber uoll, c.r tle baIby wh
'.,An" books Iaor the chili rhht's cornipla Iinug.
t +'i":a ,itre wOrk ijxis i.-iered r li plilush and in
ii d deeks and portfolios for writing,
,a-dAprnie beatnt1ul Iliper too. if ehe is g.:oJd,
,O,'whicli dolly di. her tr viting.
F' e,'a a marble top bureau and here's a, wash-
SWith a gla. t see ii you're g.iortlooknllt,
And hie it- the ,aungerjec tl'nig in ilith 1i',.,
A love that does regular cooking.
Ier'e :ire eDgirns anod steiniaers arit i 'ireEi h
And car trains that go when vou wind them.
And ev-ryriyhag else ;,-.ii ,:.in ilink of or c.reaim.
If you 4o7e0 to or 1- tlore you will dind henm.
aere are d'eworlki of erer, deJriiptin and price
With lanterne, and flag, andi wax calnrles,
And luaLg, tO. hakP- Chri.-tmaLi n-,.. 'c.-.I, rery
SAlso Japanese tases will h'iudle .
INow tiuJ night I.ifo.re Chrnstmras St. Nilhoinla
(For you iee. Ihe aud I ire great croni:;-i
HII1-llls up his wagon with tovy and with li11 1r in,
For ,n thiu State Ii. tr'arel with ln:.n:i.
I will tell him the thlnga you would each like to
Aea'lelp do the packing anti cramming,
He will certainly .vjit the childrL'en asleep,
But lie goes by the ones who are shmruning.
For tile eldi-rs there', many a beautiul b,- .k,
And zome picnires will surely delight roin,
And whether you purchase or vihether you look,
Most cordjafy here we invite ;'ou.
We hare inkstands and albums and beautiful
Witp toilet-ee-s. cups, mugs and vaesa,
(f.ld.,e.ibi. antd pens and chanie'M f.)r the gu ri
And or makers a li:.t o( false laces.
In short, when you come, ae wi know that you
Though tbe cash from your pilure we're be.
WVe wulgive you such bargains we hope and we
'YTon Willeare u8 contented and smiling.
1~ -1- .. -rJeAr
I OiiOciite Court H.guse.
ieMlLLA.N & MILLER,
Toilet Soaps of all kinds.
S SHOULDER BRACEs,
-tr'ip, Shaving Brnelice. Etc., Etc.
Pretrll ion, ci'taitll y C(,i)p.liin.ie' Iy expe-
M.ENDEL & BRO.,
DE ALERS IN
Ladies', Geut,',iianDrl Childrens'Shoes,
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS. TRUNLKI V'A-
LISES. ETC., ETC.
CLOTHING & GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
SUPPLIES FOR E. F. SEMINARY CADETS
Agents for W. C. Boglan, Mibltary Tailor,
'New York. Measures ca en and lt guaranteed.
Endel's Block, Corner Liberty and WesarMain
M EADUR & '-TEENBIURG,
WOOD AND WILLOW-WARE,
MILL iUPPLES, .
Lamps and Lamp, Goods, ;Paints and Oils,
GLA'S AND FI'AING TACKLE.
EsDE'-o t GAlEl... LE -Lo.o
END E L'S BLOCK,, 'GAISESVILLE, FLA.
J W. HALL,
SHAVING AND HALR DRESSING ARE MY
Hot and Cold Baths at all Hours.
hotel, next floor to Ferd Bayer's Lone Star
SHOES MADE AND REPAIRED.
WORK NEATLY DONE.
Shop next aoor wea-t o L. A. Jeronigiu' .Jew-
l r S"tore.
GEM CIGAR FACTORY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In -
Havana and Domestic Cigars,
. AD .LL SMOiArER'S ARTICLES,
W' rl Si j'itl're. Mull.r's inJ lilh..k. G.ie
me a call. .J. M. CCHRODER,
T HOMASW. DAt\VKFNS,
T" rET,'R Fr I"t'
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ERICKSON & STREE'PER,
ALL KINDS OF
PIC iri., Fr.Lie ilia..,l to Order.
West Matnu Stree. at S. F. & W. 'y iup-town