Fernandina news ( March 3, 1891 )


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Fernandina news
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Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
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March 3, 1891
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Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).

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Robinson syndicate U from Elberton to WASHINGTON C. alaiost entirely to them Atilt he requested ALLIANCE ...

BUDGETOf Macon, which is DOW being rapidly con. D. Assistant Secretary Ncttlrtnn to sign all NOTES The Meridian Miss.) Standard says
structed. The new through line will the official' mail. as acting secretary "Much is being and has been said of the

make a strong rival to the Terminal, and Tho loss of Wednesday, by the senate lub-treaiury scheme! It is a bill proposed ,
Newsy Notes and Pointed also to the Atlantic Coast line, and tho will necessitate Ml the more baste In the NEWS OF THE ORDER FROM for the relief of the agricultural

three competitors' fights cannot help being THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Consideration of appropriation bills. To ALL SECTIONS. claMra. The very fact of its proposal and

Paragraphs.The beneficial to Florida and the South. : avbid an extra session the legislative day tbe radical change it suggest in government -

;: r.......,. De.l.. of Saturday will have to l>c continued sot policy, furnishes the highest evidence
Marion and Citrus Phosphate com George C. Stevens, of the Ocala and Proceedings of the Second Session to embrace Sunday The house ThursjfUy Items of Interest to Alliance- of the sufferings: of the class it is

has pony been, with a capital stock of $200,000, Blue River company, sold, for Messrs. of the 51st Congress. I moniiuj proceeded to take Vp the intended to relieve. The necessity
Incorporated at Ocala. men Everywhere.
Brooks, Kirk and others, between 600 and hipping subsidy bill. No raid on the of relief to the overburdened -
Hardy Phillips, who murdered DeKalb 700 acres of phosphate land ia Hcrnando ltes ury has been s<> throughly/ backed masses of the people engagedin

Gibbs fifteen Sears ago was nvictcd at county to an agent for Hamburg parties Without warning the republicans sprung 'since flak Irwin and,1 his pals succeeded or TUB ALLIANCE. tilling the soil Is ton patent to require e
Live Oak a few days ago. The jury was $100,000.. Col. Livingston Capt the direct tax bill on the house Tuesday fu pausing the Pacific Mail steal. Even I elaborate argument When we see crops
"' out a day and a night and render a A. MoDavid two-thirds morning and passed a resolution for the vid messengers who claimed! The history of the origin and objects of pledged on cruel terms In advance to

'verdict of murder in the tint decree Interest in 8,SCO acres in Lea county, a previous question at 8 o'clock. The Cocrkecpert with the member, the Farmers' Alliance, which has grown obtain supplies to make! them; farms

without recommendation. Short distance south of Archer In the line southern democrats made a sturdy fight I drew thousands. If reports me true, the to such mammoth proportions and wield mortgaged to secure debts contracted, at

At a recent sale of five thousand boxes of the Tallaferro and Ambler railroad to against! it, but to no purposo. They then I lobby behind this subsidy scheme' ,,'hllonot such great influence on the question of usurious and ninlous rates of interest,

tf Florida oranges at Boston, Mass., the R. L. and H. L. Anderson, R. B. Mcl'on- attempted to have adopteu an amend so brazen as the Pacific Hang, litve In tilling them; household goods sold fora
prices, ranged front twcnty-flvo cents to sell of Ocala, and Owen J. Carpenter of ment providing for the supreme court to all the money they want, and tho con tinjtfsnt the day has been printed over and over song under the cry of the auctioneer

$e.15, mostly $1.231o $3.75; mandarines Covington, Ky., for>33,000. Bcaurepurd decide upon the legality of the cotton ;)" : fees will be enormous if thn measure again, but as new accessions to the orderare when foreclosure of trust deed

$1.23 to $2.37; tangerines, $2 to $4.62; Jenkins sold 130 acres at Span to :Major tax, and as to whether or not it should panes. The lobby claims to have constantly being made, the story will are ordered; happy homes destroyed

grape fruit $1.87 to $3 60. Eugene 0. Gordon of Georgia, for $8OuO. be refunded. Hut the republicans would polled tho house and that tho measure li bear repetition for the benefit of Dew members. and wails of distress heard (Inn.ry
Jerkins bought it a year ago for $800. not beer to it, and rUBbed the direct tax side from myriads digging the
illness Jones
On account Her. Sam
has canceled hi* Ocala A Hon. John F. Dunn sold a half interestin bill through by a vote of 179 to 101. safe.There was a considerable breeze in tho ground In the sweat of agony to secure
; tabernacle appointment.with seating a twenty acre bearing orange grove at The bill Las already passed the senate, Louse Wednesday afternoon during the The first Farmer Alliance was organized scant rations of dally bread while oeoiUi

; of costing $1,200 has a been Citro, to his brother Henry O., for but as there are a few Immaterial amendments discussion of the agricultural approprla. in Lamps county Texas, in 1870. In untold millions\ (Is piling op in the
capacity 4,500 persons, $17,000. it will go back. President The objects were to resist the unlawful 'vaults of the few under the inequalitiesthe
erected at Pensscola subicription tldn bill. Mr. } of Kansas took
by popular -
Gatberl.e SlatUtles. Harrison has, however agreed to depredation of cattle and land thieve injustice and wrong-of a robber
liis occasion to mIke attack Mr.
expresslyfor. engagements J. II. Hale of South Glastonbury, sign it, and tt will become a law. Butterworth: of Ohio an upon him with and bring the lawbreakers to justice. tariff, and the oppressions and tyranny of
at that charging
place.A I This Is the bill which passed the last This defective.W. so-called in other
Conn. agent of the census bureau organization was very popular government
taking time to collect his
number of citizens met a few night visiting Florida in the interest of Congress at just about this stage. Mr. more of the world's fair than salary he devoted as. T. Raggett who was a member of this directions surely it is time for man of

., ago at St. Augustine to devise! mean ,to the bureau. Mr. Hale is charged with Cleveland, however vet oed it, sending a secretary to in the interest of the organization moved to Poolvlllo, in every clan and calling to come to a halt
induce northern tanner to avail them- the duty of Investigating nurwtie! flor message to congress censuring It for the working Parker county and organised the first and consider what can and ought to be
.) elves of the economy and profit to be ists' seed farms, truck farms and semi- paaaageoftuch an "unjust and unfair agricultural classes and attending to hi* Alliance In Parker county in 1870. The done to end so horrible a state of affairs.

derived from the palmetto root. A tropic fruits His special mission in measure" The bill refunds to the various congressional duties. Immediately members organization from the beginning rapidly seeThe
crowded around to hear Butterworth'
committee wa appointed to confer with Florida U to examine tho citrus fruit acreage state. tbe amounts paid by individuals spread out and the first State Alliance
y the tanners and to tend them sample of rC\iII", cheering i Kuniton on in order .4tlr at' (Topeka Kan.) sayst
Is cep and production as well as the possibilities of each state into the public was organired\ u Central, In Parker
The Southern Alllsnce is .
Doth not
leather tanned with the acid. to get tip a row. men beingrepublicans : .tronglyoppo.oJ
palmetto of the development of the industry. treasury on account of the direct tax county in 1870 under the name and unite
the democrats alone to third and will
It is reported that Um.tilla will soon lie will bo in the state for some levied on land in 1801 for the purpoaeof were an style of "Farmers Alliance" The name a party
to the In his Mr. with the Northern Allsnce at tbe
be road direct from raising to on the war. Manyof encourage flght. reply was to the Farmers'Slate AllianceIn proper
on a broad-gauge time and tho results of his labors will be money carry Dutterworth said that chairman of the time, making a solid West and South
Jacksonville The connection the states all the tax levied as 1881. The continuedto
to Tampa. of particular interest and great practical paid uptothem committee Funston bad organization the and
against corporations monopoliesof
of this road with the main line of 'J. T. while others raid comparativelylittle. agricultural and spread throughout North
value to the people of Florida, especially the Interest of the farmers grow the Cast. Tho Alliance third
& K. W. at Seville, bridging the river at In the way of inducing Immigration. Mr. The bill refunds all that was paid ; and Central Texas until at the meeting party
that while a half million of them were movement will also stttlo the race -
Astor, is to be completed soon. This will Halo is a practical fruit grower and and appropriates over $15,000,000 for held in Cleburne Johnson county Texas,
urging him to call the option bill of the South and black and whit
be the shortest to the and that Congress however refutes up 0 1880 countieswere
route gulf, nurseryman himself, and occupies the purpose. since the beginning of this he on August eighty-four will vote together for the ('QmmonIDttr.
secures the Cuban moil for the J., T, & important petition of horticultural editorof to refund the tax levied and collected congress represented. At this meeting the
had not even moved In that direction, est of all. The declaration of the Ocala
K. W. on cotton aboui the same declaration of of the order
system.Seventyseven the Hartford Courant, purposes were
but stood trembling like an aspen leaf convention upon tide subject Is worth
quart. of ,ctrtwberrle Thrubcr at IJktrly.Judge time and for the same purpose. perfected u follows: than force bills and will be far
under the cower of the speaker was more ,
were shipped from Lawtey a few days Wigtt's speech to the jury at tbe Under the bill, New York get. over'. too cowardly to do his duty, but still was Profoundly impressed tint we,' the more effectual. Be patient and await do
Commission and clbee of the celebrated Thrasher $2OOO.000,0h\0\ fl.500,000, Pennsylvania Fanners' Alliance united by the strong
ngo. men refrigerator case was posing u the friend of the farmer.Funston 'velopments. The world moves rapidly
about the $llt and faithful tic of financial and
Georgia home
for tho. season's C"-'m and same gtts ,
agent. are getting ready a dignified dispassionate presentation flew into a rage and shook his in these latter days.
983. Alabama, f22, 201{ Arkansas, : interests, should set fourth our declaration
business in shipping strawberries The of the law. The gist of his
t fist at the Ohloan. For time there was seeThe
total acreage In Bradford county is considerably remarks were that the dcfendent would $13.,'lOt; Florida $4,760; Louisiana great excitement but it of intent; we therefore resolve Alliance has now rescued the
soon quieted
4e s// $385 888 Mississippi $113,824 NorthCarolina 1. To labor for the education of the
reduced below last year's figures not be justified ia killing his assailant { ; ( down. There were many spats of this danger line of its existence. It is too
w ; but the outlook for the growers who should it appear that he (the defendant) $377,452; South Carolina, kind during the evening the house being agricultural domes, in the science of strong to be injured, and its principles
$323,330 Tennessee $302,004; Texas, economical government in a strictly eon-
t persevered excellent brought on the assault and that it was ; in a bad humor. Consequently the bill are too just to t>e fairly and openly coo
The debate on the postoffice for the jury and not the defendant to $180,841. The money must acceptedby was not finished. partisan spirit. tested. Trickery and special pleadingson
resolution of the various state legUlaturcs. 2. To indorse the motto "In things
tion bill in congress phowed a disposition judge the reasonable ground. of apprehension. the part of its enemies are the only
Then it will be to the essential unity and in all thin char.
The was to look into all paid govnors. UtI,
: to cut down largely the appropriation for I jury effective weapons that can now be used.
the circumstances and facts in deciding I. not possible that any sttt BURIED ALIVE I Ity. m-5
'ji'. expediting the mail service between Boston I The order should be prepared for this
'," and,Tampa,,or perhaps strike it out upon the necessity for the killing. A will decline to accept its quota.ExGovernor I 8. To develop a better state, mentally and remember that unity of action and

:' y' altogether, but tha committee of the breathless silence fell throughout the Foster's nomination to pa And Rescued After KIneteen' morally, socially and financially faith in each other Is the only defenseagainst

,. 'whele'iptlohouse ao), ptedtuat feature room, aa the Jurymen were. asked it they secretary of the treasury, was confirmed! Days of Suffering: 4. 1. create'a !better understanding such attacks, Let the membership *
la'.uou-'" session. Tuesday .f>rv>oi forsuattipingclvilotlcere In maintain.
1 bad verdict and when their : q
of the pAiofflee *(p"tf oprratt6fi bill appropriating : come to a stand together. one man, and make
made eonflrtn from Ilazleton Pa: *
An effort was Monday to dispatch says7 law and order.
foreman handed the little slip of lag
$ 80.000 for expedited mail service up paper the fight for home and familyfi'ationot
I that meant so much the instant of waiting the nomination without sending it to the Four men were ret cued alive from Jeancsvllle 5. To constantly strive to secure entire *
from New York
to teaiwmitt
Tampa. ,
grew into a postive pain. As the committee, but Senator Teller objected on mine Tuesday night All are Hungarians harmony and good will among ail\ '
The farmers in the vicinity of Wild' words "not guilty" were pronounced awild the ground that such 'a formality had named Thomas Tomastuskcy. mankind and brotherly love among our. .

wood are busy planting their crop The shout rose ss of one voice from the never been dispensed with, except u a I Joe Mastuskewitch, John henna, and selves. For the Information of our readers we

acreage of watermellons will be largo in room Not all the cries of ">rder in matter of courtesy when the nominee Boson Frinko. Twenty-three men were 6. To supprecs personal local sectional / the following brief review concerngag -
that section,-more than has been planted couiV1 from judge and sheriff could have waa an ex-senator. As a matter of fact in the mine when the water broke iu. and national prejudices; all unhealthy tbe National Farmers' Alliance that

in several years, and tbe prospects for a smothered hack the first glad expression there was mischief afoot when the nomination Six escaped and seventeen were caughtby rivalry and all selfish ambition. ha recently) been in senlon at Omaha.

large crop of corn, cotton and vegetables from so many sympathizing hi arts. The went over. The silver senators the wster. Thirteen bodies Imva 7, The brightest jewel which It gar This organization wa started In Chicago

are good. Cabbages and beets are being hinds of the jury were eagerly grasped by from the west who want to harass the been taken put. Thomas Tomastuskev ners are the tears of widows and orphans, about the same time the Alliance was .

shipped to market. It Is estimated that Albert Thrasher by each member of Irs president u much as possible got up a is in the best condition and will and Its imperative command are to visit started in Texas It Is an ..grlculturalCJl'jtanlzatlont

there will be from five to eight thousand family and by the many friends*ho have scheme to reject tho nomination and doubtless fully recover. )Mastutkewltch the homes where lacerated heart are but it hss no secret work.It .

crate of cabbagca ,shipped from that stood by,, him during fourteen weary agreed to deliver twelve votes against bis known as "Big Joe" from his size is ap- bleeding; to assuage the sufferings of a is confined to the Western States with I

point months of imprisonment. Once outside confirmation which with the democratic parently ia tho worst condition of all\ and brother; bury the dead; care for the its principal membership in Nebraska I,

Calvin 8.: Brice tbe politician andgreat of the courthouse, with arms around votes, would have been enough to defeatit. may not live They were In the mine widows and educate the orphans, to exercise low. and Minnesota/ Its alms and purposes

railroad magnate who i* to give up mother and wife ha walked to his home, But the demociats re fuse.I to cooperate nineteen days and nineteen hours, and charity toward. offenders to construe are about the same as the National

politic and devote hi attention to his a free man, amid the cheers congratulation in such a conspiracy. owe their live to tbe fact that words and deeds in their most fsv Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union

railroad interests, says that the reported and kindly greetings of a crowd of At its Wednesday evening session, the lion of the mine where they took refuge orable light granting honesty of purpose but its methods somewhat different.AttianaEagb .
purchase of the Monon route is not so, friends. house went into committee of the wholeon was "cushioned" by fresh air by the and good intentions to others; and to

but that a close alliance cf that road with the agricultural spnropriatl' bill. pressure of water which rose in the slope protect the principle. of the Alliance ,'e

ihehe-I; is te"iCi; has been ,:per= TilE FLOODS RECEDING That congress waa drawing to a close was 624 feet in five minutes They supported unto deatu. Its law are reason and (Elliavllle, Miss,) ssys:

fected. The Monon route Is the connecting manifest. There was a large, number of life on the contents of their dm equity; Its cardinal I "The Alliance as an organization la

line to Florida, and now a veeti- Desolation members in attendance, and the scenes nor pails and oil in the lamps and bottles purity of thought and life; its Intentions neither for nor against the Democratic or
buled train from Chicago through to But the Waters Leave incident to the closing of a session were 'and, when these were gone upon the are "peace on earth and goodwill toward Republican party, but aro fighting for

Jacksonville ia a certainty In their Wake. not absent. The beat of humor prevailed water In the mine, which war. horribly men." personal rights, and a government of and I

More cotton wa raised and marketedat A dispatch of Monday from Parkersburg but even a member who addressed the foul with sulphur.. __ __ The adoption' of the first declaration of by the people. If any person or party ,
Welborn this sesson than ever before. W Va., sayst The worst of the I chair was laughed: irrespective. of party purposes caus'>d considerable confusion, wants to fall by the wayside,' let him

About six hundred bales of sea island flood i* now over The Ohio ba fallen I lines.. The disorder was great and Incessant TO INVESTIGATE which necessitated a called meeting of step in the way of the Alliance. They

have already been sold and a'gootj deal two felt and is fast receding from tho and the chair was utterly unable to the State Alliance, which was held at have started out to right some of the

yet remains on hind. The price paid business and factory sections of the city. prevent it. Again and again he appealedto Modern Spiritualism' by Scientific Waco Texas, on January 17, 1887. At wrongs that have existed too. long already

this year was very low and will not average Riverside I. still inundatad, and but few the members to preserve order but his Methods.A this meeting periect harmony was aecured ."

over $70 per bale, which would amilic will be able to return to their appeals, as well as the strong strokes of the membership numbl'lngower 100,000. ,..
make a total of $42,000 paid for the staple homes for two wec;*. Loss to railroad. the gavel were unavailable. As the bout movement has been started iu Boston This meeting selected delegate to meet The proclamation of President Polk

at this place. The market price I* Is very great. All cf them are badly grew laUr the proceedings became more by men of high standing for the Investigation with delegates sect by the Farmers' suth,rlzlng the formation of a State Alliance .

now 15 cent per pound and i* below crippled, and in some cases it will take noisy and It was with extreme difficulty and, study of pIIjchlo.Ibo.. Union of Louisiana for the purpose of in Iowa, Li soon to be followed by

the cost of msking it by at least 3 cent several week work to relaairthe damages, that the chairman)preserved the semblance nomena. The prospectus: stalest "We organizing a national Alliance of the like action in Ohio the latter State

per pound. The acreage planted this No mails have been received for lire of order. The scenes were not creditableto only propose to concentrate our efforts on tate. comprising the cotton belt. Those already having membership! to justify then

year will probably be less than last deya. The postofQee building was the dignity of the house. Consideration the narrower field of spiritualism, pure delegate met in tbe city of Waco Texas, I
The Illinois Central has of flooded half way up to the Utter boxes of the agricultural bill having been and simple. That modern spiritualism on January 18, 1887 and organized. -- -- -- I IPARNELL'S
a corps and office. had four feet of concluded the committee of the' whole has votaries in all parts of our country' DENUNCIATIONOf
newspaper %
engineer in the field from Jackson, and that it has tbe to influencethe i
water In them. In the Ohio valley not returned consideration of the general power
Tenn. to Birmingham Ala., and I, also The l'rogri Farmer (Raleigh N.
thought and action of those who believe
bilL The house the
seeking a Florida connection. If the In I than 13.000 men which have been will thrown entail deficiency bill passed but with It. teachings are indisputable facts. C.,) under the significant heading of "A the Irish Leaders-.A Bitter !
agricultural appropriation
connection is made. the Central will have out of employment, Day of Reckoning Will Come"
says .
Is the movement founded on fact or delusion Speech.A
of tho
suffering. The lo"fvs: l in the inundated out disposing general deficiency
the shortest line from Chicago and bt. great "At, tbe expiration of the Fifty-first '
Doe the world know And if
di tllc,11 estimated at $4,000,000. bill, at 11 o'clock adjourned. cablegram from lloscommon, Ireland .
Louis to Florida and will b* a strong Congress, that body will have been in
tao cases of drowning ate reported it does not know is it not time for a few says: In kls speech in MarketSquat.
rival to the L..t N., and also the Cairo Only the session thirteen months. What measuresha
truth-loving persons approaching Sunday afternoon. Parnell, who
far. News fro u Pocahontal county ROTES.;
t Short: Una This latter road is now constructed so It adopted for the relief of the people
that In the ia a serious frame of mind to loves- was received with loud cheers*, said:
: from Psducsh Ky., to Paris, a\' many peoptn upper pan nomination It has appropriated hundreds of millions
condition tigate It, guided by purely scientific "It is now eleven since I addre..cd -
in starving
)f that i our IV are a : years I
dollar and much of this of
Tenn., and in rapid of building best of vast turn
process of customs at Memphis, Term. methods :Ig it not In the Interest you her. We were then parting I
to Birmingham via Florence. Three Diamonds. of that this the people'. money hat been squandered. '
should be
Koicide fey; humanity matter the between Whlggery sad Irish
, road from the West and three from the The house, on Wednesday after a long settled It possible once for alit If it be Millions and million have gone to the ut'onatity way We have no need tu be
;East after the southern territory and discussion{ adopted by a vote of 180 to delusion the has erection of costly buildings for cities,
contagion spread quite ashamed of the decade'a record. Today
It U gratifying to see that some of tIll 114 the resolution making the shippingbill
its increasing traffic i* evidence that the ; fu enough and done'\ damage enough al. towns and even villages, where they are with another of .
we start parting *
recent great development of the southare pleasant old customs and incidents the special 1 order for Thursday and ready. If there be truth, the world. not needed. Millions and millions are On the road leading to independenceyou way
which find mention in the "Arabian. Friday. The immigration biU was then used bribe ia the of
being keenly watched by the railroad would be benefited by the howled as money name pen are threatened with delay. I am:
magnate and northern capitalist Nights" still linger her tad there lathe passed. With this feeling, the signers have decided stone while the people whose honest toil sure there will be no delay but if there

!!_._ Market, once go/goons but tow the prosaic east. ; President Harrison/ oa Thursday appointed to issue this appeal, asking you to produces this money cry for relief, sod la we aball have the proud consciousness
The predictions of a former bulletin of For some reason or cither, Maharajah Jim Hill the colored nan who are consumptuously ignored. Again the
into hluuu.t head to join with them in carrying on the work that w* have not allowed the Irish
the Orange and Auction company of Iniore took it ; contested General Catching Mat in this sub-treasury bill-was introduced nearly .
Vegetable with hit Dew..n the HlustriouiShamraoNaralo. of the Psychic Investigation ,Association. nationality to be a trading post for pettifovging
be dlspleaaed ,
at Jacksonville, that for the re congress to be postmaster at Ylcksburg, ." twelve month ago, and war securely lawyers. (Shouts; of 'Down
Now the frown ___
stowed la the
sounder of the season each successive His Vicksburg the largest city in u a..yla pigeon-hole senate with liealy and Cummins.'J] Men who
sale would show improved prices and a of Maharajah* is to terrible that peopUhave Mississippi. The postmaster's salary isJ.500 GETTING READY. committee room where it lies tod'". would sell birthright fur a mess of
been known to die of it, with all the your
stronger market, was verified in their $ Under the rules of that body any senator pottage and become the kept slaves of
of being poisoned. Apparently
latest reports. Price are now good nd appearance dreading some such fete, tho victim The contested election casee in UK Preparations Under Way for theWorld's could introduce a resolution instructing the English party but they have reckoned

advice is given (o ship steadily aa long as of royal displeasure. determined! tc house since 1860 have cost the government Fair BuIldings.Order '. that committee to report that bill. Has without you and their plot has been.
the fruit lists. Tb. report further ssysi This baa beta say -fDa'or Introduced such a rrsolutinnl "
"Throughout the country tutee is not a be his own eucut1oa r. But he owed it 600000. congress is being rapidly developed out of UlI.ot. why not I Have not the people spoiled. ,

sufficient supply for the demand, a con to his dignity to shuffle off this mortalcoil more expensive la tLIa'resped than any of chaos. the world's fair matter and what to the number of hundreds of thousands ,
l in a inure genteel manner than by its predecessor*. Tbe cases already set. confusion
dition likely to continua Although has heretofore appeared now senlin their petitions in favor of that
pistol or dagger, or even ordinary tied involve an expense of $70,000, and and The DEATH ON THE RAIL.
shipments have greatly increased w 1th a assumes definite form purpose. mea.uretAtsthe people thus to be Ignored
It" nut slated how long the three remain on the let undisposed oil
poUon. the affair have observed so
market before us there is no possibility managers of and spurned that the present
spring of over supply with the comparatively despairing nobleman meditated on that Th subsidy bill provide. a subsidy'for much discreet secrecy that the abandon Congress will adjourn on the Sal of A Train Jumps the Track and

small quantity on hand. .roll Important point. Finally, bpweter, he every American Teasel engaged in the meat of the lake front sit came 11th. March, and the whole file of the CM- Four Men Killed.

that has lost its juice by reason cf frost caiuv to the conclusion that, since he had foreign trade sailing to a foreign port nature of a total surprise to the people) pnuionalReeordfor these thirteen months A from Richmond Indiana

or i Ia wet wanted and when large and been a diamond of the first water at the GOO miles distant from the port from yet at no time for many months, It would will not contain a single measure that has dispatch he coach of the limited PanHandle ,.
age 1
would alto tc says: rear
coarse .. vell as light, is unsalable. court of Indore, hit exit II which it sails. The subsidy is given la appear ha the placing! of any t buildings+ been adopted ia the Interest of the pea train of Pennsylvania railroad

Will ....SI rt.rUfu by way of diamonds. And It wa nllur..s: having proportion f o tbe tonaage of the vessel,vesselfor oa the lake front park teen contemplated. ple. And do men imagine that the peapie system, from Chicago for Cincinnati,
obtained a oober of small and the same amount is paid the to the board of sail
The Southern and Florida railroad ThelDltructioDl given will endure and suffer and toll
Georgia the track Wednesday
he ground them to powdvr, h. swallowed each trip whether she sails loaded or time of its formation did jumped at llngentown
leased by the Seaboard Air-Linrq is the d.1In4 dlt..dllk. a fine old architect at the Log and plead forever f Do they wonder evening and railed down an em.
the Rich bat.n..t. not provide for any of the buildings that discontent and complaining aDd
the outcome of the fight against hankment. Four were killed
of tbe time. person
Iidtan gentleman, one Fester at the ttasury' placed there, but a contemplate unrest exUtil We we that
mond and West Point Terminal The London ei lobe.According Secretary was being say predict and several In lured. The killed are O.
Terminal has mad a strenuous effort to I department all day Thursday, fac.illans grouping all the named buildings at Congress will adjourn without giving tbe F. Deal, engineer of maintenance and

break down the vACcesae of. the Robinson to the Mail sad J>pr'" the fog himself with bis new duties and making the south of Mi
syndicate, Tb Robintou syndicate States leads the world la the tb* acquaintance of the other officials park the land north of the plaUauc the wind If so, it will surely resp ham attornty of the road s C K.; Case,
ia now paralleling the Terminal through BOW of the department Ilia caller were so being reserved for miscellaneous struct the whirlwind,' for a day of mkonlng conductor. of the train; Arthur Beeves I

, Virginia, the Carolina and Georgia. The productionqf pig Iron. numerous that be had to dervt himself area, such as state buildings. will come" passenger of itich uond.

only tap ia! a through lire "wned by the

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fiwu! D-TriwruYn.. _TmttHOAVa. AMR Snnnr_ .. wren W4TEH:-4-OTAItDAID; ..Tilt. .' I G. STARK, THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. If youWould 't .. ':'

p. P. TR1MHLK. ..Editor. and Po,,',. At low weter IIf..t eerie; at ttl hitch RAH .al.tr 1t I ,

ftfllce on Second Street, tie.if Crntrc.nvra Mar Mar 4,1-91 5. t s:17! a a.,m in,,IlIrnar.lI and awl 1 t/5.:47::p p.. m.m.. : GOODGOODS : BC1llI r GonfBctioll A. B. CAMPBELL keep

SCllt4t'IUJ>TIO'f:' ( : Mar J, B< h Mjrre 1n'rarer, W."....,. ,tort Jlojiil .
Annum.,:.............................. t.r/I Cuuni-y, U'klCtdu A Cu. .
ill Mouth......................... .. to iv font. Fresh Broad, rolls Pies and Posted xon the
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n r Nil Para cluirir! f nMiiHt adreiUn. ..
rapn | ijhatwii.W l/ORal
)W..Rkdug; Morn pr .rt k sr In wefkljrAn ..,. Jm-l lower Cu Imiary.k Ctilces; Baked Daily :u--

-- -. -- -. --- .. 1I..d. II Pi.Ir I carry the Urged stock (n noutliUnnllo slat's nfVk NewsofFerriandina
!Inn-Hi* and IJIIIaa
X oppnalw r :: : :: atetlley -- -
'if\ AT---
your mibwrlitl I.xllsdxe it Parties Supplied at

.. I I"nlo.lClton".1r Shorti PIANOS and Nassau
.. .KINIlattle 'IIn".on Notice. Ru CountyYou
<: .
o-orERAT1o and Awnciation arc essential .. 'renew Z.

in modern city building" is the .". lira TONnhiim Turner 6.OPJ STPRICES

terse remark of the Brunswick Time, on .. TerM resets j I Headquarters for

w-hicli long editorial. Multi be written. Fishing will find that this ran be most satisfactorily

If you want any nobby and fancy Int- 'TH kl/\ Kotionx '
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FLORIDA has the adtantige: of California ing in the way of iiMitiition.s: announoe-pi etc., H ORGANS and economically done by toe-
sure in the matter of floods The fonts etc., the NEWS office now has -- -- coming regular gubucriber to the
,;jnoment a flood acts foot on Florida lIOn l just the nifttcriiil fur it. Our logotype JTj. RUTISHAUSER ,

ita water fall into tile sea and there f is are and the combination prettloht things fonts you just ever received saw in I. I -n i >llnK,Ilanjon(:rnltar Arrordwim,Antohan* Fernandina NewsAnd

the end !of it. type.If. BtrlORv. shrt-t munl, MIKII. "'''MtnlPllt... Irlnuu-
tuna atHl anytliliiK and etci>thing inuk al at tow
.. Fool and ml liorthrrn tries It
in laBp ween'i n n pi new norMa in- the NJ.w.; [is not handed out with GROCERIES Billiard l' ''n I nWeber receiving every TUESDAY,
J ,
duitries published by tie) Manufacturer*' the rout of your mail at tho |past offlce JI PIANOS : Kuabe. Morrli. THUnSDAY and SATURDAY-that if,
Record four ask fur it, KN are new phosphate com- j ]. .AI 1..I-I)1. : Farrmnd. Vo and
If it i 1M not then forth coining p'eano' report I ORGANS tl.k.aco Cottaw. every other week day.
ono phosphate mill four "
and new at .
) once at the NEWS office
re- -- I n
raw inillrt, boMidc* noveral entcrpriitm in f ('dye your copy and have the matter -- and I-:muul clal'y rwomtnrnd Red \i4vy! (h the e.Halnmi n* sa funilxblnif Brnn: Piano: Ui e*
contemplation. Florida Is moving along Ktrafghtrned; Numerous complaint niiALKB IN AlL KINDS OF FANCY .b>wt ..hl"<.>f any liimmim-r.t mole In the murl.l, .

|fD tl.611no of a diversity of Industries:!, are however made when it in afterward. GRAIN put TheF.rndV totrclhcr 1 In Rte nrysnna.ulwt.krrteplere.rn,niluum hv, any lnt -nt 10-' ) $2.50 A YEAR )
manual soles other member of the Wines Liprs and Ci2l's.COl' 'UI.f
Pod! therein lice her aal vatlon. famiily ulitnl ytwroldhuy an the U'\set'.l avein.vruyele! r J1rL }
gotten the jwper from the f"Kttn In the I'nllisl '
- r c1.aa: post Four( I It and EASY TERMS Sill mun'hlv on |'lam.. ...) ((25CAMONTH )
At the meeting of the! hoard of publicwork Jsh Sts.Fomandina Stnnorjptiiiitfll paM Just think of II Aurunc ,
''''h own an liwruuirnt oo mib ti-nnn IJItl
last night the wAter rAte for the In spite. of the rush of job work constantly mere than. lII'dIr'1I1'. n-nt. Send. fur Knits (.ATA t icY Take It yourxelf and ('iIIttoyourfriend( :
kept in stork the Florida. oni'm Ftntq what ln'ntm nt vent sad and n
library and gymnasium wiw flic at (t ttH 1 prepnred will pron prim full
to fill all union i mUmWARE _._ fit Infoi-miitliui tlml will anloulxli -
A promptly cheaply -- ----- yoW I hurtlcoos big let.galn. la -
year. communication to the city
with good| satisfaction to patron j' 1
council won drawn vfii *- S Goad Haul
up J'OC'OlItnll'ndiligthe -- -- -- ---- : fias3i!) Ed Organs, -* IT TELLS THE NEWS.
laying H water main to Old Town JaffiFyorai
Mud the erection there of tint fire hy.lrants. -** ON 0 THIS AD .. RiK-ud onr cent In a postal earl stud .'rltf totaliuklilrlri. IT TELLS THE TRUTH.

< It will,tako 0,000 feet of fouriui -OF- : \ '.'',nail. ;H.i .A.. B CAMPBELL. IT M: NOT AFRAID TO SPEAK e .
") and the BUILDING - -- - ;
t pipe estimated cost is 3000.

School Clea1nr.JavcEnLLE. J J. H, PRESCOTT'STilE GOOD NEViS .'

Feb. 27. '91. I arcs tra&exr: --
School No. 10 clewed to- Uncontrolled
Harrison reviewed the school in I w 33Gatroa s'r by any clique or corporation

tho different studies. He in a few chose OLDEST EXCLUSIVE -:0- ; a', NArnt TaB COTTAOE HEARTH U the best I It remain fieo to most faithfully
I niaj'a/ine and
remarks complimented) the pupil for lace matin rush nmt'igeineiit4 published. that we portray l things n* they are', to point oat !

their marked Improvement, and then SHOE HOUSE GOODSDelivered i i can offer a )ear'H HuWnption to it we to herein they may 1* bettered and to \ J
thanked the very efficient teacher MfR any ouU>crilit.r to our paper..
I give Its reader N more exact und>r tand* "
L: M. Edward, for her energetic andintiiing -IX THE STATE- .
The Cottage Hearth U a large;, 33-lung| e hug of the course of etenUi without a '
real in her very successful to all!! hl'l\U\ICnlly illustrated nmK.ixine. with
woik in this schooj.} Too much cannot ten tleiNinnienUfniwiltHl l full of bright "By your (leave" to anybody.

l>o Haid iu favor of fhm lady. Mr. H. P Perfect .. Fitting Mis Sloes For I --- i-toiiHn, hrthxe. saucy work fasliionx no. It you want the Plain Truth in Plain
lie hue the l Parts of the ALBERT ceipte| and prize' puz/Jes for children,
pays assurance of the! eider| I GLAIBER with tin elegantCoforca Words, with unlace towards none a&4
>iitor aunt' all the patrons that tube fully ,

t FT: 1 valueieceived for her salary and EVERYBODYAT City free of @d (print partiality towanlx none rend the

pre clamorous thut III.t.e returned to Corner -ith and Ash Street frontispiece! arid at- tlie lo -v.lar price Fernsndina
fchoo) No. 10 next term. LOW PRICES.All L $1.50: a year, m very teuiondMe. We ofc News.The .

The exercisaclaeed,; with an entertainpiant Charge.WHOLESALE I, fer. however! to give the Cottage, Heurth
In tie| pvenjni; in which all the }> o DEALEIt IN 04{ for one year to any one who will net-urn
lIul'cI'II'ti..u for
I ouriaiM'r, who
Stew, :/scholar,1 pflKU; rit'*' nun rendered!*. iwnuwe by the; rilssesri "1 liv : goods bought and sold -:0-: All Mi s of Vines s, Lianors! Beer will pay tp thai lutscrlptlon' t* th, most Widely Read Paper in }(.... ,, .

berjha Mattair, Louiw Edwards and H. for cash. No And Cigars FERNANDINA NEWSFor Nash county IstltoFEllNANDlNA. NEWS .

L. ilattair. "Mind your own LII"lIe88., percentage one year and 50 rents additional IF YOU WANT TO HELL!: BUY, OR

Alias B. )Mattair E. 'Dryce, n. Scar. added tq cover worthless and Stiiijle sellFi'et RENT You will tw apt to find the right

}fxirougli and Ueenia. Baldwin! : and C. A good Lunch served at copy man quickly, anti make ilia most tlRtia-
Drfoo. "Tableaux In>'crtatlon," Mix accounts.? on rppl'uitiun: tn the:ltnjje Hearth('.0., .
Y. Motes RETAIL.FRED all hours of the Ponton. :.r.\I<*. For further ''nntieulars, factory bargain by a small{ expenditure
J JS. Eryce and E. ftcnrborough."The If : day. Address:; : :
bald-headed man" Mia D. Muttair, you & low-priced 1, -- _. Felnandinu NEWS.'his.f on advertising) iu ita column.*. .

Li4wardiand II.* L. ilattair. "The medjipn. or first-class] shoe, ..Nervous .- -- I No 11 iper in Nassau county ever before
Iipey'r: warning) ," )1,.. C. Bryee, Mis I). Debility.
Mattair "and1"" E. Bryce: "'Woman's! i I cai| I supply you anj| guar: jft\ HOYT A gentleman hating lieen cured of GOOD FARMs gave Much quick and satisfactory rs-

fight! ." lieann. II. x.: Mattair, C.: Bryce Neuvu'I'nMiration, Seminnl VVeaknen. suite to ita advertiser AI the; FERXAK- '
'std J.: fryre; and Misaes 'Mattair) and lHteo} 1tifacton.} } IVfmature 1 pray, and nil the ('\'il effectaof /

' Scarborough MoteV;' ?:'Oht'and! new failiion l ,"' )Buses Orders by mail solicited &. COI iirmixiiHi 1 iwly Intfillt'l't.tlolllllUl b. ninke knnwi youthful to nlhtr' folly th FOR SAL LLatu ronizcd DINA NEWS it will, attest.an many who have I***

r and )lote "Diamond in ---- ... ftC.1.wwaSelf; !
fee rpugnj. anus atones, fioann iauairand"Bryce. T. PRESCOTT. .... .
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'Tallenux: "Tlie Uuhful > Ki.viiiiii nii' \- -..> 1111"| "". '.. Jl.-
over," Mr. Henry Harribou and E.Iryce. FKRNANDINA.: \ FLORIDA CENTRAL toe v..I:: lend ',.frtv.. ) t>y I'l.tlll'll lu.iii M >vp.of 1 ( Acre of Rich hammock lands NO MERCHANTCan
noi.e; ) a-ufcodrfutlv lEad ill hi
"Ouilty not guilty Mig n. -- ex. ,'. .\ ,lrl'Hl1. thickly wooded with Oak,
R. R. in r"lIlt'lIl'e: JAUIM W. mid t'ypleA. Can afford to be left out of tho large and
Mattair.. Clouing with the beautiful 1 1' 1'o: v. 4lfwUr.; >t.. :.. Y.2Ts .

iiong! good-bye, sung by the whole school. i .- -.- _. -- -- 20 acres cleannl; dwelling increasing catalogue of the Ncwa ad
Florida Trunk Line vertisers.DONT.
E. IIARRsox.There } and out-houses.

KI1UHT IJM.: m all points In$.wth. Middle and I BE A CLAM and nit on your.Iool'lltt'p
will be a 'dance .at the. Tourist. 1\mt >l fowls. Mobil'. New Uilmia and tlie Lara Varioty of Eearino Frnit Trees .
to-n 110 ht. Houthnrkt. Dlrwt llt-niiiicUuD tu all 1-oinil ; waiting for customers, but 00
Nurtliwmt and Nutthi ant ON ST. MARYS TO THEM into their
RIVER with

Inning(from' Jaekaonvuttf nwl.kwn the fljnrtt 13 inien! from Fern.indina. Smiles from your Ibirgalna announced! in the columns
Gen. W. It L. o.uueTh fore Atkttul'Wal.u..a. lltrfUK towed JackkcnvilU t>t Jlaryn. YH.O cattle of the NKWB
colmtg popular which
range. iu
ft silver. .. rrad. up tit llKUrm at right uf.41""... w ay \ .
John W. 4 -3--1' :- toU11EItfli1. I .4 I 1 into every houbehold.BO :
oble.lOCI'etar1 of the Interiov Ji" ,
-The unexpected. B1opolos'Lv i 9'rrneudhm.' 1r Il.p 9A\. tho atr angcat A .
41' )I' ll a1. LT Callalian Arl4j, .. f 1\1... Bargainfor$1000
George M. Pullman-The 1Iit'II'II; 4.1'I.I,1' Jak..>...Ula Ar I 45 p t\t liomoJartoroctlMeJiolno '
.01 railway fellta. conaolfdatioa; .'!' Its 101ll\1'I|. MMpLv MlpiAr 'Kaldoln Htarke Arl114A'It.'r I."' lpealatrw: '! .. ., care office, O YOU? HWEnNiIlO! tONE ?

Adolph Spreckela-Th. stetunsbip sub- .I UMa ISO*. Sllr 1111 Ar Ar Huwtborne liu-a Lvll3 Arl04ta;i:: ,:, : d.ass iu tboKr world.hnl .IVrnandina. _._ Fl a. .
rid, la -- --
olJena oQ. .I.-IIII.\8U..rK'I'loga I '.*' 545a ....... --- Nearly eatery body does now-x-daI.
CCI. .
Faster would Buccl be the-Tb most triklnff event i In Ina.>> ,' 4< .'1'1 pAr tr lfomo.aaa Ouala l.LT Y, :II-111I JI.(a..,.1 IIIIIa..... p,iv wlf Oreiullnl uuwcl Ixra.aftilrti-4 I-IXMIU etaU'.1 for.lArM: ;; ,Mwt. d., TO 0 ONSDMPTIFES.$ Nearly every day you lee sortie new job
J891} Uuttruction of > .
the world.Conitrcaarran .lilli J-"t.wC LT TWa Rap' rnia br rmlnrnt i>hy k'Inn* I>n.I"llhl.ucrloatlm
Wllllivra W. Morrow The tats am N Orlando Tavan Lfatsa1/.Op Lv: !: TstsI/ |j U anii yua.liUae":'aeatrlh1'<.:( II thf arylrlNw LItxid pYAnen:: : Llb.w no IliO aa.li.arKot.uk>a turned out for one of your neighbors a

oncaolxation of the loter-ConUueuUl t ail: / 45fl-v) N gdrri4d-Ar it is It itCh P wiclnHtt u.lnc Wwililrldn rralUlnif: I 'U n>iu ey.dal.If cl A Iwui-RI.fur*, a few eta butiloa b cow The ulI i'fRII."TI1'I11l'ln" ;; been restored l business' card, a circular letter head orIom..tlalng
Way company. aixo II If p'Ar ntwbkak"v.sta.an.mpktsws. to health by Kiinplo! means, after sutTP
Q liailet'ilr ArjUMa' '(SI I mmiMtiatclr .
I. W. Haras and 1Q cents} per *%aT4Ja 7M |. Ar PlentaIy 1., SSra' alap nwuiiiinrnit. It a.u..Im4 LhiodJ g uHUrr* .f ing for pp ernl ye aN with a severe lung ; but bill) head are apt to come
Capt. Lees, chief of the defective t tJ :; I.r1: Yuiin Irtlr, A. 0.I > :uYlluaMAamaaesan ; j
force of Sao Frmociaoo The advent of U pound. .......I .....I'. Ar Tarpon 1 sjirliifri r I.\ .louai I.It .... dIYmW..Oo.;4.mi>:w:,in*,TWOCLOHIDa atTection and that dread disease Con- 1 under more general obw'reatinn.
-- in
.. inmTtion, anxious to make
.aluminum age *wip p; her Waldo ArlTvi ST I know to
Picnic Hams MpAr Oalll..III.rlII> *ia*j- ftOKDERfUL! CURl CO., ba ellow sufferers the t' means of cure, ABOUT TIIREE-FOUIiTIL9 of the
Congmonxia Seth I*Mllllken-Unprece 8cts.{ at thoPEOPLED i II 4J I' AL iMar Key Lv'%p (:.1111811..., Ua. To tliono mho desire it, be will clHerfully job print in
dented prosperity for the labor sad ludu'pie '.*. Neteid9.d: :; .. %N.w a and. 't d.Ar; = foil HALE C\ ALI UllfUOISTS* wend (free of charge) H copy of the pre you nee town come .1
*of thLi country. ; ajlpQERY.TRYUS} TKHNAXOIVA Ale -- ---- -- --- ciiption ii_l, witch they will find a from the News oflice,

Jams W. Scott, publlnbt-r of The Ch'- No. ( No CbXKfcKUVNU) IMJtTE No I No. (I4l3pt pTlfPfrq I will mail ir.*.!!> on rrlpt of a ure cure for Coaranptioa, Aitlima, Ca u
cage Herald-Tbe laying of the 311 a L, JackKMitUI. Ar 5I.1a' IBp I IPII LIiOi t oi.t Htiuuii a ivct'ipt for a alripla I Carob Bronchltu aril all throat and lune
:tone. o( the World's air la corner IMplUWa: l Ar ,.....h."a Lv Tlft l15i. Vbtikl'noLlt bALM that sill aiuiinB Tan I Xalaiiu.' !lit h<>|it" all .sufferers will
Chicago.Botxrt -TOUp' Ar Iirunawkk Lv ...... .9a.Tnln..Wiy .. kwMlyt rreekl.tar a, Pimples skin ads, Blotch.a.ilearnnd trl'tad.. ..i try hU Remedy, aa it in invaluaUe. WHY ? '
Conner-Dbmonatratioa with ; nxerpt Sunday; i..:u--.i -. I llKwe dexfnng the prescription, which! ,.
Sunol that California U the "; Ii T.enl.ahthbeumtsrmdtlw! | l foremost state hei.r f muaiullna. will cant them BECAUSE it Is as >od work
aDd Bitnikwkk ,
la the connect lib And I'M iMlinn glow wii hint iia Parma ....k. nothing and mar prove gt as can
Union for .. all
raising aoddeveloping the puliita NurUi. Wret end NortbwoMV a I Jeie| < will
Buiulay Also iLg
InmnKikiDa plea.
.trotting borne.Thonvw Iraiua Iov.Jaei.wnavlhs d:40: a m. f- got anywhere.BECAUSE .
gvu tliUkAlruiia bubo lewd WAKO A. WILSON.
<>r ainnnlli taw Williauuburg, King
A. dlw>n-The development sad .. 1 =-I.-I I -L i wfiiTRIl; >ivr <_I LC Ad>lrcw-A. P BTiitntu 00 Ann tit.. Now fork! pounty New York. it in promptly done and
improvement of I'asUtur'ii. !ui., Tlkia l." JatlMXivilkTArl! IMul 1 l .
Ubtejuoi and the germ theory of ., a .. ....L" LrlUw14 Rf a4UAa'IS3pLv -- --- ---- -- -. -----_ ready when promised. .
discovery and '
application. : Mnnt'orllo! LT'' Httal ;
of remedies therefor. aota' *au" pAr Tallabawwa LvTtftJTuOp: 401> BECAUSE our price are the moat : s

awls(. *-. Porter. censo WperhCLOOUOOiThe :.. NIK a aivpiAr, guiuiy Lv 1MS 4Kp I ... ,... ..D reasonable. .
leNalioSplrRlvtaJunttlarLr; 11$. 1001.. C'I ""
diaoovery of the mean of N'. raOplOI.1.\| frnMuute. /
tteoeratlDg 'L. IIO.t
on a commercial scale eluctria:: curruuU diftct ...... / from heat derived from fueL .?... I T M a1 Ar Kew QrU-ana LT. Iltll'| | ...... p .

Senator Inland RUnford-Tho adoption :.:.:.:..;:. I I i atoVjAr 7aAr| Ui wlsNllw tK>mi..i7'Ai1". Lvlfiaa y iO( ". "....... a c:AN 1 WE USnANTIATE mUE CLAndS! -

of a bill to provide the Koveromcnt with ...... MalAr C-uiCTniwUl l.TiTfiOp.......
nteans sufficient to supply the national ...... j T "t|>/,,, hi. L<>ul" Lv tasp..... r {
weal of a sound circuUUng medium. ---- :::..' IICuaAr" .. ----ttkRO. ).! I YES SIR; With a new and modernelectiun .

Rudolph Aroafton-A revaUlon of pebble YoS MOUTHaixA A.VUJA. UKITKD e y.or--NW. \* *" e of job type, with no worn f&C8IJ..nJ ,

taste, the decline of hors play, the sup- : =, i with a job printer to handle
Jir ac u of eoauxiiaai with (4tn i.s JackwwIv1UH; "A; 9clt}, ::::. them
enlarged crani .. .., .
IIOil. Ar llA' ....
? afnnu' Lv '"
um and a healthy appetite for operas deVoid ---:0- ......hrlwAr/ Th of pink tight and ... i C i 'pAr MmitKiHiMTjr .. .
glittering tinsel. :: ..; j ; t.l o\ why should w'o not turn out fintcUnork
.HHpAr Ulrmlnirhaio S'e ..::::
which President will Harrkoo-8ome arrangement' Who are offering ........I SMa Ar >.Kk.illn I.,, :! 1111I.p.:...,... for Infants and Children. *, !
ajaura the United RI.i'proP' I/Himvllto Lv la'p..
erty right, derived from :;:..> 4UH|> Ar cHiM'Innull Lvllim: ,..::::
'awl duretcanlud llokkia, which WM -GRITS MEAL- :1] 74-V Vr Ht lx ul. Lv Tftna .. !'Cut: .rl a U wwcn adapted cUUren that CasteriaaewsCbllgContipation.<< \Ve run our business nyiitematicaUy,
by :.: ::
any ran for more I7l\a\r lliicdffo :::: I ftoOOIDDk'Q.4 U hour
to ttiomei.ti
than eighty LvlllSp.. aj aujwrior any pracrlptlaa ; IHarrucva. awta n. take each customer In turn; why fcliould
of year preceding the outbreak FLOUR tll'W.1fu: RIYJR-tfOVTJ: :: -- knoirn. to me." II. A. Mew )L D., kllU Wonuai akop. aad KuuwtM the
ezMiog trouble.-Wa hlngton Scar. & BACONAt .aso IU So. ::' our work not be done on time t
9 I I I 1IU" ::IT1""".IO I I Oxford Bt,BrouU. e,H.' T. tojurlom mtdloatlon.
in* .*" f ana Iy J...k' .., We keep down expnuesand
extremely original charter of the UK'* Ir tov) acw: buy for
Santtofta Racing aswocioliou Bottom Prices.We eo nip 111"-I LT llaldwln 041'11171' haS. -Tho UM of'Cwdnrt. to ao unlwriial and *For.raI year f has .
rmxniim o j
granted by .. cash, a poring of
tho New York. Je 1aa'p.tit "r 11- ('iij' IvTfeiuawta. JM se VIM >well known that It wvnia a work Tour 'Canton*.''Iot.a..u always oootiiiua five to twenty
to lutjill Uitaiovuvr J'risr L. n.' t>r aOMmraraUuo V>eodiirM it. yew w pili oo RoY It Iran iuvajiubl/
p'I Ida produced tmueduial
John MQru.wy.. the founder uf ruciutf at are Headquarters for hull sse. .s Val I.0e I.v SOIp If Sea U'ta( AmilllBj m ksi.j oci keep CUtoria ranjta Hv* percent, !if we give our customer
tluSprlUK.. Was icteodud ( S op .\r .c..Q I.YII l ru,. *able.*.,leech."
tit the thus tostall Hay Grain rap ,.r. ?.rust.IL D the benefit of the
off all ooiniNstitorai6luce then then undjjpvorything: Ijonalivp r Atlanta l.i /a step CAUXM, ::5t.Diklnye'1heAiathrup"L+ saving;, no office which ,

Lave btu repot-Wd bet U&uoowbful effuru pertaining to a firat-class} I Train;* N.... ':---'tfnJ'J lOdaiiT ';a'i7Vh.i LaM Putor HegnilugilkJ. *Eotont N CW\h. Aa8trsttariubLas.ICe"fork Ci&,. i ii not a cash buyer can meet it. ,
to JrifUfM tLa exbtteuoav P nvewMukdskri":
<< vt another rainS J.elwrrnl.to
track to Sar tog4 county. The Morrbuey race GROCERY DEPOT. l1I1koj'UI.'LTic1t New tkl*.nal.krysY; uiUaoun;: 114 akwtxr' to a If you I.run; your work one time youwill
charter has Tea Currava COHTAKT, T7 5Iraay Srurr, Nsw rail
proven itself as Ironclad* It Tone. again the next time at the

Mu: inMuidcd.... ..-. .to. be. br- a' friendly... .. .. .! f l1atur KELLY & BRO1 | Fo'o X.a.rraW.NaTON.TreflkTEaaaw offloc t *: >,Oav KtrMt ;;; i aa., '..- _.-=_.!. :'": '/ .":':":"._':'" _. :-: __. .. '

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THE! ;.' fEli bMDIY I IZ&TZ3t1 & f, LOCAL AFFAIRS.j!j The Ejrmont ba ti twenty-one anh'I ot'rntV i' '

._ _.... -- I rCstetla '. arrest 'priirof legs wlilrh were always in 1 Iii Klm':

QD21fA. TLA. ::4At.. a. JinT' Adr.fltrrluaMNl.rte.lln; ; ",i"1 ) I] mind. j : BAZAR.Xt
.r. nn. 111M whkUing Bui tfic0 lioa tHud!
: a W M hl anllwgme'el. fVerr art ; : Of Siiniagfrtn the Felt ef Fernitila nut naturw'n laws an- nn r"T e +! kjr a awes turn. Lila to I town again. !:
ORDER YOUR ClOfHii"or nn lnn It cntar.aYa. Apt4 tw ecte est'/. Jtr the D!nth ef aontimetit, however tumh sentiment I
W J. 1.+:ITV.\:,_ = -r --- -- --- :- ---_- )lr. T. Ik LitingBton has reortrctt Iii* ; rr. may ti>|
Ajtf'tt ''If'J jci Rl. ,*MIS. 1'li'ljvV.rMa' froujc The State of Tcxai! t:* in.Th license M' lumber<< in >pertor.. EITRANCE'Ibrrign !\" oven droif tho moisture of (he linker'*,
toe rl'>ri1 'n'd in] nmittj I aau.ltt d. 3: tonnage . . . .
1 031
BeMl-muiil.)..ii at.i'tlM. dn11'I2M'M- r 1.t rr. in,.. '* NBWS: 33 cent. a month Thr lAxip Iklleveslero U t>n tlw wa y Qc uwt also l-i: tonnage. . . .lOCttt\ glare out of tile dough and d"I"-ltt'tl| l (1enlhte > 500 '\\" Styles! J.4 tl1ie'i'

'- March t'ntersln the ol. fashion-blus at OM Town rt'\/\/ log rrjuiirs.Ijook 1*. II..wo: I |1''I".ttl8| on tlK < rui>t. n> that, lth1: Chi1lh't'n Hnt 500 Q

Mrs. R. L. ARNOW tery. I,. out forcounlerftit niolk-n, they Tour dirge** general tiK-rehandise, 3iH ,hen. the oddly nlmlxsl tw i its came f nthe m URIhAh wNF'.1TIIr, :Is'umt: Tlln.,. b.-

PASKICNARLE DRESS MAKER 1 I Sloven: (I. weekly] dArk &:: LnftiK.A are In circulation at Lake City. tout coal rest in l 118I1I&I w the king ate tins twist i will'
Moi'rlpaCdsr.. I''n_ r' R.ir'.xtnLtaandhOYSTERS: I h j VI'&')"'* blacksmith tliop, la bring r- Ml** Pauline Mcddaugh it here'" from ClEARAVrtS. hit Ix-er ne\t day he wart greatly I i AGENTS FURNISHING GOODS
fiooi'ed. ValdoMta (1a., visiting her sister, ales Foreign : tonnaKc. . . . 5.M1 I I
H. F. 11 n.e. CtlNit", I lno3V tcinnnje*. . . ..12.I' and lielte-efoith' would hate.: nemo ooh r t.Z'"HOLIDAY GOODS

fiEUVED IN Ai.Mooardll; 1/50! weekly, Clark &:: : '(, 'UKj3: { than wa mixtd with his taker's tewra. -
% ALL % STYIJi: i iA. l00ftll! It is rumored that Mr. Ilolxendorf I Elegant flush and
who until the stthrr
1tent.rrnwrta < ', ftn-t taker ran dry and list I hI Nots-Mniukcra,
O. WEDSTEP.Cbrnw __ << .3,t39. 5S PharmK.T.dMt' MmikromTMlrtNtaw' .
CkQimm and rirrt Ht \Htii. Lenten forrlcea arc not very nuroer- wan allot And roblied( at Ilolugne. has then i Lumdrr foreign fen-t . . 1.AA-J.4\I( !\!) this' way thegrew to lie' in great Gt rllwtnerlctxiLINANUI'VIB: : : { "rryJ.rrlt

011,11 attendee. of his wound Total lumber thipinentii) (9.5'.M.S1:; ion and though, made much smaller aluNilttxl + B. A. KING

1l'lfJ; (:: u l) Lfcl[ fi: hanging Lamp, COc, woolly, Clark A Mr. W. Hay Harriion line resigned I'luwphatc, ton. . . . 1.680 with blot lie of w lmni (in OUI _&J9.

AND JtF.I'\ITIW. Lofiug. from the! luntc-er8 owing to business Durjng the twenty fight days of February day they are still the name aa the firs

( 8 vrnti-8t rJL\, :I ) tlltlly* There Is rnAm on the library shelves I'r.gllgl'ml'ntl\- there' was .00.,01 feet more lam prrtrcl: "hi'h11_ fashioned afte: FALL1890FALLJ.

__ ..__O1'p..itC'(Mil K Wbldled Fr.not I _hotelAlwar. itelialJa I for more donation of bonkl.C".mtllrtll Mr*. }'. f.. llntiov. nf Hllt'nl1. ..itA--.. mi.... her "hlllt .- _
: IMai the St. Johns, arrived to-shay on a \isit dare of Januirt. This I N a slight Im. Kchneider.: ..
( keta. 5lV, weekly Clark .
li1Iy't'1 .fJ.t11'Int'tPROCT'flV A. Loftm. to Mr. 5. '.'. Kwann' family: I'roYl'Il1C'nt but d.>cs not como tip to expectationn. Sc no time mil,.-,--tin nlitli'lInh't"hit.- '- & T. [KYDD

WILL ( nl.nSTl) Mr. nierman h "irnln conPned to tlie The 1'.pw'Orth I, agiio of the Dicthtatist l Of phonphato there wa 173 hey of Detrc !I"ujlht; 40.0UO acres e>t Arw
bnnnl.In ton
$In.v Fsnilllc) with more chipped l in non"I't'l.'t.'i\'inJohl'
the '
Il >sl H-f, Mutt:n. Perk, Vimltir Haunax s ale lions' with lung: tronMe.Twentrfive hurch will meet on Friday nights/ !! hereafter more teiweN January. Ele\ei: timber land in Levy county from Mr. S IT their new Fall limit, estrpwereknrteanaa Winter
JYH1 IMivvrv b.I ill of city. entered dining .Stock vf
l tail. lhr instead of January A. Swann
Monday For
nights.Mr. a month attauctuuand
-- easy. New Spring: Oooels and l twenty-eight cleared. i past sonic e>f

T. H/SMJTH just received at J. & T.1TUn. and :Mrs: !! Mortimer Fargo of New _. -- his reprmentMlies irate twin upon th .

DLACK! :lI1T'I. fellll' MITH AND It U: expet-ted the new cigar factory York are registered: at the Egmont; but Farm A Leather Ccmptnj. haul cAtiipIng out and muking a thor '1 *

y, ..\):: ISIlOEH.A. will lilt In .'1f>ntion 1-y next :Monday.: are visiting Mr*. Cainegie at Dungenewt There In ongh ..sallllnAU<1I1. TIM! renult is they are DRESS

I'. Jt-TRUHon'* old stand/ liienme; St.Il. FOB JF Eight-room! to day. : no place in Florida that has mi well pli'anal that the 11&11.11" now iteM GOODS,
cottage letter'
-- -- -- -- on facilities than }Fcrnandina/ the at over $.1 .
- Reach When JK r ae r* They hate returnee CLOTHING
htreet. OlO. E.
; CHAR B. you expect an advertisement
.1. fi >> .. \.IVJllilC to 1 Utsines* of tanning. Haw material can to Detroit 1 to r |>.,rt to the owner and ,
Mrs A. C. hanks of nrunswick, is the create tnihinnw word! it for business. An lie n.lalllt'tllwrl'! 1 I ex HATS
FFRVASI\. FLA. heaper than elate herentlil |>ect to return Ixdoreling to make SHOES &
advertisement a
ATTORVn A\r (0-lXsFI/ AT LAW. guest; of Judge and Mr*. fechuyle-r. has-- no life in itself-it do- hlll'l'lnlC, fimilifl.-j; nA_ irruintAt__ .. *. I...._.,*,_ close in r s:.lion of the
.',. m .u. !">rt of Fenian
.I'on! t 1:01I'IIItI.IT: \". genoa[ lor the FURNISHING
enicivncy direct;
.. rracllc ti.I\'I. "f the yatr sod' ('.,!,,TnloonrtuDR.W.E.SNYDER New black walnut r dler-top, Desk at a witli which upon igor lag: (connei-tioii will All northern dint, w tile h they expect to make the
bargain.> Enquire at Palmer Ore*. you endow 1I.-'ll"n". !port and Knmpe:
shipping |s mt for their! luniU-r. GOODS.
f Shipping| ) is I getting: Mcnrre but a mini- Cupt. J. W. Berry of the schooner The, inducements olTerod are sash that -

--. let l of vesifb arc chartered! for this port. Fralll'!" !! Zo, while strolling on the leach it i is for the interest of leather manufacturers LEMON ELIXIR. fa

t! Om.... lii-." rt,''I DENTIST.-iWiiilillint. ( ...n..r..f (:Viitr* ami Pedroom Suit, *t.m PmlorSniK $2weekly Inst Friday night after the gale, found to vnlne! our locality and com. far bilkiuwirM APi..and....O
It ".t. ftc. Innit_ .new. HJI ntnlrnE l pavine-nta. at Clark & loftm.' an old riher coin of the date of 1760. (par it with others.!! A casual examination .: r.siredr.tudlee.tlnn. lowest price
'..'.-r----':: C M A3- -EAST- -JCO--- 0- SET_ The city tax mil) U completed and will The wateshnd cut into a mini bank 1i will t'OlI"I'e( not only those who FJlFor and finil nt-niinoh. Ukn Len awl

r CONTRACTOR .h.* prewentH at the council meeting tomorrow depth of two feet and on recoeding loft ,I wish to make a 111'Jllant., !but also oM: 1 Elixir nick and nervous hi..iliti.hi, take hearer
S BUILDER. night. the coin poed., 'btal.Ii'lhl..1 l cont]>anios dobirious <>f ex, 'lIxlr.>or lnrplmnni'M' and IMWOUKTIMUI, take l...inon ., SYCci118; Birpiu r in Iky Ltyitat.Ap D .

,'tur :1'ERN.tNl)1NA Oiinir, Clh.mvi) rVtllmun.'L.r..eold .\. \Vf are hemlqiturtera for HAT. ORAIV, A peculiarity aliout."1891" is that adding tending (heir hiixinewi.' that FcrnandinaafTordMimiMial Fur hNt or niipptlto unit Ji-Mllly take I...inimFur -
>- --8'm-tn. FT/irR. Onrr BACOX: ctc.'MI W. the first figuro to the second makes oplxrtunith>s fur the tanning fonT, "bll\\. >nta for the ftMirateil. I* IViuirlim,
f w"c.1.;(11-Uli P: .c o. JrvS ilo; 'lovt it Co. the third and fcul>trnctinf the fourth !; bllslllCNH.The l.llilrl: ( and Malaria' tAke I..-nion li.W, Hand: F l Hliif! ; also for l.. I'.
DIN n\t4'r\ NT Mnalcy's. U-m. Reed & Ct:,.,
inni\lr ollwrlu'I't..r.
will\ not fall N. Y. ladies
\>. fnrnl IUrKnln. In "h. MiwhnlJ' frotvls! ":
secoud hirn.tr UAd.l furnlturc.tureg r.inht-i cuxli, clutliln pike' told. fur from f'JlIIC1f.nre| during the cold of last the: four figures: together gives us the |I'lIhlll'ttn fniin oho Irinii.s Manufacturing H.ln HUM. ..faun).nor a lH>loriiM w.'U. or UUs eel llvr>r, ..lnIllA'h. and SJ.49:! tl.SS

..'" ........,.-....... --. -- .__ __ h_etei ______. Tliumday night. number of the century.At (Company. lYrnnndma. 1'11II' Wo Tatar|ami.,.et) ...ly by n*. It Menu. Atlanta, Utt .T. Ar. rlli. : ..r'ilT1
|l Lam iwttln, .
,".- TRATT' AITouso TOMPKINS;\ AVe lire leaders in Tjndiefl' and OerifV the public sale of the Ta\'arex. Orlando furnished I by the agricultural dejiartimnt INT .a-drug;ghta. New

and Sign Painters Fine ShoeH. See our Special Values at A: Atlantic rood yesterday it was at Washington, I). ('. LEMON HOT DROPS- tIJ:York Ofllce, ,I I Northeast Corner of

C.'u&1)f.\L'\O ASH 1'}):(mrf.\TIVR: HOKK Ft 1.2\: per pair at J. & T. Kvnn. night: I by the F. C. ft: P., n' expectedConsideration. Tannin in |aliiittto, ?,?4 per cent. Thnial fnrrs all Onuthn, (bldg ir.xirsii.v-i. Him Walker St. | tViiN-r Periuuidina and Third| "St' *.

Fourth !>tiv_t. .iMtiKvn Ur...... KIH! Aluclmn. Tlie colored Odd Fellow had grand i $10COO.( Hotel Tognl Tannin in oak bark 6,37 |I'r cent. This all duvet IIn.'l1l1h.alit l lung, ili I'nrHiniunla...-..... llrinurrbK sad --- -. -- btu-

--- -FKKVAKD1NA:- MA time at Island City hall Jail t night; on the w Inch crt ?.l .OOO( to build it in 1870 and gives l'lllllll'tto a preference over oak St An.:rloicant:|il. at dniKKlHls art! rellabb. : t i n'pnred>nnratl: -- Itar way by Iir It
----- occaRl of their annitemary. on which 1X000! worth of impro\ements k. Moilcy, Atlanta, Clu.
A Ilul: nugirv and Cnrrinee/ to exchange hire Kinco been made, fetched only Xlnrl( Uay Nn.... Icil I Ice l Ice I rMensrs.
:l\I.t .:eEE'.t': for fnnr-fad \won.1. dplivereil t>0 16000. Will IK paid for thecapturoami returnof
the l1o'k 1, or earn. O. F. A ERV. Two Cyrus! White has I loan quite ill, but we Whitner A: Hchujler rl'llllC't.t.'nlly | the fljlioytluit( Hew the
('nr. A'h a:1,18f1rtla steamships] are daily expected' nnuounev to tin-citizens of }'t'ruall'tlitla up street anti
mand Ut...>ruMNitauiibaail. J klndnof. )I.J.REJ'-North Simmons' Relief I is m'tinwith,:: a the llosyle to haul with 2400 ton from are glad to note that he. is on the mend. fllI.1 tieiiiity that they bare lenswl attempted flying around the* earth In

--. rendr': sale and Frrnnndina' proprietaryou the Dunnellon com| iny and the York. Major IreencMind two daughters/; arelending the Icu IIOUNH 0:1 Centre Him' w liar, Itlld forty mllll&tt'll.VIII bare l footed with
=* VSIES Cr :cit: LODGE Ho. 2118 dicine is the winter at Mr. White's. are now .) fiirnmli Ice in liittfntlie-nmhexiion hart
factory booming.; Khiro to take IWH! tons! tucwt of which is For quantity, delireral any on no clothing-

day O U nlrktianecb; O oO: F, meet rarith*.ie>ry All tlntt:niruiln-n end Il4rj lu good Frl City Clerk Edwards! U preparing: to from the doala & Dlue River company a wide-awake be go 1&1'l'a.llllall' the Majorcan't city. Orders left at the to any store perk| will melt of llio* except button.it plainold ring and l a dona collar o

atandu.p"rrlnvttrdtaattend.t : Bpring the hills. for water' rents for the lint a few carloads! are from the Penin- Heat We want more of Mil l'r tlll.("ttl'lItinn. Terms strictly ca!k Wwi last seen' laying flat onWORLD'S
K E. LDD1 N. I kind here. hIp ot the llBg .
1'le uf
the Irl'at: eIIto.__...'_"
S solar .
an+'r. quarter ending; Juno 1 next. con|iaiiy. Doth crgoew are for Th First or -- ---
-- -.-- 1 Jlr. and )ins. J. D. Mitchell have Step
-- Mr. FouraVcru, lately of Ell rt'I"' arrived FAIR BUILDING
fa I
McClenny Perhaps
L. BIGGS home.W. you are run down can't rat
A. preparing to open a butcher shop at th Cold There in A rumor afloat, cminating'rom A. White E* ., has U-en calitslup, can't think, can't do anyThing DiHhing out wind with a fork and proclaiming -

."!_" 3i () t, o gt' I > li Ktand in the Dauknlght Ice Bouts JackNonville that one of our runt oonie ] making I: der t to jeuir rati.fuction and you warm. tu the Universe that
i o i her l finns( boa t'xtt'nlihhlllrovl1l11ent* to )hisrvuldvnco. I What ails. you. You bliould lietxl the
out to
Governor Drew making another but it
balli-ry oa Tklrd StwrU iMlmH-n : thorough warning, you lira taking the first
A:acbui: bJitr-iUoii KUaranlwtl: In Owntra all lino ntl ol : repnirnfhi.dock. Newcrmtwtedpiling l lilt lilt. clJufirmati..n and at the office of Mr. John W. Thoma has let the into nertems J'l'Il11trati..lI.11'1 need uteji i a Dr. Simmons' Relief .

Vluwn rhiiKiKi-npliU.M XpuHfilry wurk.. C'Koineti tuJ tin typra. twenty-four In number will be put the firm one of the. employes was ques- for Brunswick Hay nerve tonic and in Klis: .trio Hitters you
atyle ining where he h.
] or en. secured
will/ Is
UfKiiu douv OrJcrs rxarfx) 1'roiiijii AUonKoii. dow n.Manager. Uuntod und icplied that it was' the first position in a find the exact leniody for. re teiiing tho beet medicine on earth for dur.
------- ----- he first a large machine shop. your nerteiui' mt-tem to its luirinal, heal. prices of the Liter
--- -- ; Iud heard of it and lift Stomach, Ilowels, and
con.IIM"od .
Rirker Is receiving: ten oar )Mvwr Sonwr arid Hull the northern thy con Gtlun.; Surprising) results follow'
Dr. John C. Perine loads daily from Duekl &: Bonn mill. 1If'f'JlllE'ct1l it very doubtful. gentlemen who have l lien doing the the use of this. great Nerve Tunic and 1 Khll\f.111lIueh an Torild| Liter liiliousneHH -

RESIDENT the City of St. Augustine Thurs Yesterday was!! rule day in county work on Mr. Whlw'lIlttullP. liar, AU."th"'our appetite| returns, renl: ImllgcVlion, Huadoche, CemiiPATIUM -
MNTIST. secured
digestion is Variable _
court and restored mid the liver and Appetite Low
nearly forty email work Spirits
day. at
OFFICE OVi-K HT OFI1CK nR."A: DL'fA. caves were High Point. kidneys rvMimo he"lIhyat.tlon. Try Langour (Jfrn-ral ?

B 10 OJHO. Muuil/tin' \VfliuinLkand; Frllayrfroin 'Mr. Oeorge Bender commenced liiala'xir eettlM-iiroetly attachments A garnUh- The finest crop of onions in this |>art bottle. 1'rit.o OOc. at !N. (1. liviijainln a Debility, etc.
: a in. till. 5 p 01.; and on ttatunla/n till 1 anent suit was entered yesterday for the of the It Cue Drugstore r.: I'JCC /5O
o'clKkp; ni L/iite-n! vrarx pmilkf, Modern this morning an Iook-keeper: for country can be Horn growing on CH.tH.
IVotliilry. iUJ bnuuluhJiUiv: v ,::eLmtlouglvr I funeral expt-nxes of his wife colored Mr. O. O. ) ---- --- -
n Mr. Marshall the on a Darling's farm. It
and cUor! : phosphate shows Eucklia'i
tw 11U.Ufn ati > 111>. Tu);'.*. forwarding Arulc Salve. At nil firb'tolas-s
man who! (buried clniggists.TrT"N
-- .. Hirent. his wife in January what J\IOll.'are( and a thorough uuderTbeie ..
-- 1190.!' .. anl---- lnoll-....- nut.-... -. ...... ..;4rA," .1.M..,"' .... ._. J... tH".linJ' ...... "I.. Time IJet-t Hal\e' in the world for fits,
Mr. Louis Waai lift for the went -.ue VII .Il'ruiree. Sons Ulei'rs, Halt Ithcum Ferr
E VIs mx'sN2w3 yes- March 17, the. same is;; i Is/ HoI't'II. H.-Fe .
terdav. Mr. Haila has conclurledthnt t year. a private school opened, Teller ChnpNHl| Hanels. Chilblains r a sure and mild curs ofa

Florida in good enough' for him and The projectors of the Waycross AirLine at the llamrnoi'k, Mai'<'h2. burns: and all Skin Eruptions; and i.i .i-.ilively diHordcreel liter or utomach call on
3 is
AITD> STATIONZ2Y: 2ZP3T.A have )fro cures fats or no |pay rexiured.! your druggist for
not going secuied by purchase or option and Mrs. William\ Darling aeulieriding It in | a bottle of Dr. Simitems' .
Full Unttof guarante 1 to
Itch< .1 I PI"I'IliI'| | and Tobauri... give pen foe t niitl f ac
lrgark (").111'111.( a And rflar. tlvtJ..<.ks, tjrUU : Now look well to every available piece! of property In the a few .la" at the liny -Ultlng thin, or money refundwl Prli-w( 21 I.'I'ntltI"r I 1.I"'f.! Take no other an this dot
ow..1io. .. ar nc. your chimney flue! of Ht. Mr. and Mrs talc 1'or not JrlI'O or hurt .
city Miirjn, Ua.; showing thatthey O. (K Darling. ] Hull by N. (1. Ueiija- von.SCIENCE
} and me" thnt they are eein) for .
> \'WIi.FLA. with th1'ft''Rllinlt e nun & Co.
_. intend to jVoflt( by the increased There wan some talk of a church I -
-- -- ing .
-- --- high;; winds a Hpaik might ,, ..". .. .. -- --- -
talues that will follow the road's sterna Minimum i Klin mix('k, tilt U1O Id..a 1H Tho New
l t ACGc Nc Hcrsc in the Ktsrt a confla aration. .Discovery. HASCOHQDEBED
.J City.fF Into that MX'lion, and that the achciiie is !gone. It muut )have died a natural You have heard
The Loot:tbi: Manufacturing Company not "bluff." death yenir friendd and
-Prunsw'ick Tirnl'll.l'rC'8i.lent neighbors talking about
: L3RA iit turning out coiibldoraWe I bnu.li' fibre The I rourself may
: rE. Puval registered at the Eg high winds which have prevailed Ulllt of tho many who know
aa well an brushes and l in supplying two malt yesterday with the follow for two ur three days saved the from IHTHC.IU! rxI|>eiiene/ just how good(
TIIIJM' STh.ELT. bOVTII OK .- brush factoi is in New York with the ing party: tres.it. leach a thing it Is. If you Ita,', ever tried lI it,
rLORIDA fibre Sooysimtli, a pioniim-nt bridge contractor you are one of its Alaunch frlendn. be -

m.';. A. LnDDV PROI'RJETREAA. ; and builder! of New York. Adolph, Major C. T. Greene has atmumed charge cauwthe wonderful thing at out It in, And made it l jx* ible to Restore Defe
Cooney Erkstvin A Co..have a quantity Engler and W. U, Male, Dutch bond of the Sunday school at the Hammock. that when onctt given a trial l, Dr. King's the -

\ "- -- of warehouse flooring on ii'iitre toldero (in the F. C. & P., and Charles i NEMO. in New the J DiMtotcry ever after holds a 1III'eI Eye-Sight to Normal Vioion.r .

WILLIAM B, C DURIEE, street duck for ahipment to New Fork Carroll of Baltimore. The and JiiJ8: If you have never Heart it
|any w erenxpwting afflicted with
It is 4x4, planed and grooved and i* all I the Crllin cf the PntnL odd a rough I ,
Lumber: Merchant t.iuacI l'n'l'etrtr| of the railroad or any Throat Lung or Chest troule -

heart. oolJII18ny| this.. morning In old timex there did dwell in one of wcnre a haute at once and give" it a
YELLOW fair i
PISE. RED CEDARVOOtlH. The Emma Abbott the interior trail. It In guaranteed every time,
Opera A certain towns of
Germany two :
young gentleman who had or money rrfundnl. Trial beetle
Itrilll( :1' > failed to fill their engagement here Saturday made the acquaintance of a charming brothers. one of whom wars II tailor: and at N. O.:lien jam in ft Co's Drugstore.free

l' 1 RNANDINA, IlA night but played a tee'cond night t young lady now vuitiug here wrote her the other was the taker to the king. The era r 's

_,., in OaJa instead. They a..* not coming&taU. a card asking\ \ her company to an enter tailors shop w as next to the city gate

e'- Fo'n SALE-AT i ainment; before he had called upon her. and in sultry mimmer weather it was

at EGMOHT Mr. Stations of Jacksonville, whosemelodious The young lady wrote back) "Papa says Iris custom to sit in the gateway to enjoy WtMfi Baby was sick, w. (*vs IMT Caatorto.Wbw .

Stables. voice has delights) Farnan h. thinks he wants a squint at you first." the shade and the refreshing breecu that ah*was a CUM.to cried for ChrtorU.Wh ##

Several llorwn and one Mule( Oiii; dina audiences more than once. 'has gone Evidently her father is not cued to the came in from the country aide, iDduatrlo.wy i .>>. bncn II...., act clunf to Cutorla.Wh .

two-Road wIrivIr Caita.With top; Several all'JdcanJ to Chicago hers lid will join the G II.IUore I Florida style The young man took the plying his needle the while. .. afa bad OJUroo,tl*gave Ibwn Cam wla Tlc niflPlrO'S.

0. T. AVERY Lan -Tainiia -- ---- -- '
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Mr. N. Friv
48 XCO the governor to fill the vacancy on the City court was on a boom yesterday summers rollexl by and it was wartime' ) Wa. ar. b.ppy to aaauunn to air Cltla. .iM that
erti ;s:: the din of battle had wi tiara avnirml MM of Ibo
E :::: '..:.. hoard of county coinmbmioncrs. The Foneph Caldwell. discharging fire anus' not rolled up to the D.> you want, to nave from M to 60 Uninpiiay'a faunl MuMria, Kyr JohnMu,Mates,Optical wlikln

r appointment' Is one that gives general within the city limits, *;2. Edward city yet and still they plied the arts ofperue Ct'n'on every duller you eland| 7 If so, rill A..lp..11IIn e.Abb uitnntaJldVriwt. .U rtokni, pea u

3 8 'E natbtfaction.Cooney < Warner, d. and cl $10, will work it out [ but looked with anxious eyes towards write for our illustrated catalogue,couainihg .- = or oar compound HypniM4ropU d fnct, .JlfAlp4a, Yre.b sera,.
I the horizon. illiiHtrationH and pries of fln prial ruuAe.r Leo:
On. iambus Awl .
night there haJ every ,
r J <::> Ic Eckstein &: Co. have eight P. N. Peterson, d. and d., and Mart b tattle thing; manufactured in the United States, Era .am, Clrylnir .*'ll l>r. .>pwau>(y) v you U

,, bJ)1 '&. !l 3 E:: vessels chartered to load this month and Oloson, drunk and using profane language no ees ne..lwl a just been over the mountain( but at manufacturers' priceH. 10,000 illus- yawl era OM. of lo the|>r Jvt,all&*'u wore UiwribtKl tluKfruui. tub*.,dav roll.twu.It

.. :: ..d.. hue now nearly a million feet of lumber on the utrx'U f-t each. Jack brought which bad ratiotis, all liuet) rsprp*'nt d. Catalogue nusb_U at esutor. and we will rnrnk.
1"1" 4 won-the mugwumps or the greenback- mailed free on ap|>licati<>n. Address
on bind. Manager kloU has : Ellis? profane language, and Mike MCKlausky '
N handled A
M The tailor Chicago OenoralHupj.lv Co. ncrcugh Exmutia
era sat in the thread No. 178 Fee of!
+3 s I (44( carload. since they began.Of log lw.
! noo< His
I" legs
c:.,:) IO each. I wen locked iniailor
Money in the cash r-.r w
, .. .... ::::: the four firemen under age thrownout drawer for fashion and + w *
smile ,
a played his SALARY WKK
"OJt on $2 '
the :
ntR : WAI
oO day ti3. :
t J., }.. rSj of employment\ in the yards hare by lips and he said "ah there! for he saw (oiel agents to sell our general line of- THOS. A. HALL .

f c&S *-" the order calling them In Herman Pierce The yacht lying off Centre street wharfs lU brother the baker, approaching. )ilerchandixe*. No peddling Alioveiatary OPTICIAN _

2 t, h .:.-.... list gone to WayCixwa and Jake Ferreir* the Talisman Capt. N. T Small, andjelongs Just then the alarm was' linn that the will information. "live" agents. For ... ,

.. 2 .aJ? to Sanford, looking for work, to )It. Joel B. Thomas of Pea- enemy was approaching and the leneral further' addr_, Chicago ( I.lInll(1Jnn; I"' lil.
l captain Supply Co., 178 Went Van Uuren ----
tom'l I )fro Chas R. Hewitt of the firm of jody, Mus. Her tonnage in 101. She of the guard shouted, "let the portcullis it t.. adcago! III I

Wheelwright &: Co., New York, was was built about right yean ago and first tall !" It fell It hit the poor tailor just _...: : : '. ___ ..: _' .' : THE ())I)))]mrA

hare yesterday businww with N. D.Dorden belonged to John H. Slater New York. south of lib gust!>eiders and cut him.guars NOTICE. TYPE WRITER.
Ifr. Thomas purchased her about \Jotir*I If hereby ftv O m hat oho
Si Co. lie sayc he never saw the two in two. His body lay outside the 'aluruira for Naatau OcmBlr Commit
Uuuiily will r-ico/Vt
l lumber business duller in New York. rears ago. On board are Mr. and Mrs. gate to l he insulted by the enemy anethisupturn UM Clvrk'a oftU* oa or ""-'..... Marrh''' )11 lids, IAI at. -
I Thomas, 101.. Goo. or taw pun-tuWH, u-oda of said will buy UHI ODILU tYPE
Thomu and Mr. cuuaiy u UM '..v/ walta.r. ..
The Wand legs, still firmly and professionally aiouat"! $AuuU.: Htti harts trUJ ., .. ode iscbrnutrrti awl tit f Itw
City lend was out the bear tot <* '' Bla"la
on Chas .
Thor "
:! c.t Peabody, Mr. and Mrs. lexked wan the last of the at Ite.. rat of flrt) (5> per emit ir annum and irlll en. Od ll, warrmatod du betU-r work Uiaai
It/'t'M.S yesterday, afternoon. All they Chas. Smith of Havenll poor h. | yabk< tvmity y-r frwaidatcgf egos (with u 1. :::- =111.11.,
Mass loud .
Mr. tailor that his brother forl..I/iIcr. .
the rvUouiptluu la KrTTwMhlifaAHiLfTT .
baker wbuli in ,
Fashionable hud to du lien ever w imrt lea na
Tailor; w they turned .. .
Hoy corner Alton Atwood Middk-l oro, Mttsu Mr. I 'Mini data f Iwu-i) at tint trfiloi at the IAroc i dtTioji, w> ..t'I.iirt ithisii cat Zl
I II wee to hold their horns Thu at..oo4merelybsldaunaile.waty, later :;{gin (tea airy tray .''' llnao? irk rtbw -
I __ up work tl.e i Thomas started iii life with a butcher's taw.The poor baker was frantic with rt ... trials will U |>avabl. aHin4.... ..."1 tnlmiiifi, it-oj ,mi., |i w HUT. aratrtjinu -
keys and let the wind do the blow ing. cart but now owns tour wholesale grief In firs tllr of >wiiawllua, KUor /la tft of uk kvl latwt prrfw* sad lu|..nd lo ail
I meat i for days and nights he V ear Yak Ji.or. butd-in. tlwfsuf .
did nothing but at or Large Lino of( Samples for On Sunday. lost Dr. PaJiwr received stores in as many different towns, a I Illboeo.lu.p mourn and upreckenui DieUche Lull ......11./ the, auKN.nl ufbuiuab.il fur, UM a'o produoM Mvf, clean, k-yihl* :. Jt.
tuMulUAllua rte _
and required and ton tbiM .....n ih. bid- ea' ee",ylw tm uuni at UM wrlti tf Aay
the sad UittJligence of the death of hi" at Lynn, Mass., and a !saw mill when at length Im returned to the labor dor "UI rw/thu.hl., .( Tbn Oei .iai>.tkiu ni Ihlrf1t.-r-. nnkwwnauprnurl.lro

Spring and Summer sui tb. i kkter, )I.... Conrad, at Montic-ello, but he at bliddkunLThe yacht has been <'OUtI I of bu trade, his scalding) tears constantly ,r ear'Unit.aiioulJ ib. rUlit tw to od'hvMisI rriwt any ta or all(lw bioI't:. Wolff wuul da,a. III"W.work ejTi.ut H uuOlo Ib* DouSI.any Can e.j.ralor Od.ll.ate ooa

I wu uuitld: to get to the funeral being inK l in southern waters and has been I mingled with the hurt o* too eirouH Uuurt for N.rrukuuty }tel abt Aerate and hmkimwa .aalcd. Special
up dough' beneath FWrnaiid' w, Via and nuJor J, dUUVOMBU U> INM'WU
Uw &. .Iohn. : 1Nda
:obliged to visit his bbel ia DOW returning :urUMw of .." lot UM Kor ,.
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patient. at Dun 6e-, north I bit hands and be uoooo.cklU.lilyluhfont.d gi < 111"a..&.
McQwtty'/ Stand ; Me tbLi morning for Charleson. : Anon i dKM P
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MAKE THE BEST OP IT.B I! dene Could I ever make Tread wear welL Colonel Arkwright had gone ta and the IliuHcll I.II? ck, iW latter owned SOUTHERN BRIEFSDAILY
them if they were dyed I Woolen goods to tee the President and was saying: NEWS AND NOTES by Sol Smith Rtmcll, the actor, wrrv

I (ray I what thllMl of repining aro *o apt to scringo all up in the hot 'Yea; should have promoted Parker completely rained. The total ;u M foot
Merry mirth can keep tears at bay dye and be of no good. But I could of course when Keith leaVet; but CONDENSED FROM TELEGRAPHAND up 11 2,000, practically all In'llrecl.I OCCURRENCES IN THE
All sorrows bans joy for their lining not say now that I wanted them for I'm not quite sure of him. He teems to I The barbed wire manufaq'urfr of the SUNNY SOUTHLAND
l1eueo'hope can chase fear away. Fred,.nd I knew be would never put tx a little extravagant, and that i I. the CABLE. I United States, after several month of
them en if he kuew where the came beginning of all evils in a bank clerk. I ttrugliop, have come to en grctmcnt
Ile g"7l I Yon' are to blame If life dreary, themselves At a met ting into
rom. I just aald, "Thank you, and know ho hat had sickness In the family, among and
Hee how nature smiles thrtf her fears; Epitome of Incidents that Hap Wednesday, at Chicago, of their organization
when I got through I went straight but t for all that he it wearing a
heart make the footsteps. growweary tho Columbia Patent Company Newsy Paragraphs.
Ubavy home. I must be at homo when the best make. By George, 61rl! pen from Day to Day -
bundle came, and whea Fred told me he that's u good a suit a* I wear myself. I -paper* for the trau.terlof the
Dot happiness lengthens the yews had got two extra hours' work at tho can't be mistaken in Jacobs'. eut nor his Washburn and Moon patent were all The Tomblgbee river, in Alabama, bon
A fearful explosion in Spring Hill prepared and signed. This settles the a and the whole country for
Bo gait Earth waae'tmadsforyon.solely, bank that evening I was really glad, for buttons. Kow that won't do; it xvoa't rampage,
mines, Nova Scotia, resulted in the deathof matter, so far os members of the company milD' miles on each tide of the river is
It'll last after you go away, ho would not tee that bundle and ask do! 117 miners are concerned. At an early date a committee flooded
(tt'i the soul, not the bolT that'boly about it. It camo just after be went, and 'PerhaJllou had better make some will be appointed to center with
to the new German The North Carolina Choral Association
gtfove far a lump of cUyfIWttbitry I It into thepare-roomclosetand tat further laid Prut- Subicrlptioni
Way poor tomorrow
put inquiries loan have reached forty-fite times the Washburn and Mocn and, If possible! composed of musical dub in various
D pa/(1t. down to think. At last I teemed to tee dent Holt, In hit calm voice. 'The director effect the transfer.Superintendent.
will hold their
amount of the loan. towns in the state,
a i way eut of part of my trouble. I do not meet till Thursday i
Porter of the second annual festival in Charlotte May
The. Ohio river at Cincinnati, onWednesdav. census
locked myself into my room after breakfast think it i I. well to be absolutely certain ,
HIS NEW CLOTHES. h.dreached57feeeAinche.: bureau, ha prepared an introduction to 5th and 6th.
next day, when all my other work about such things, b ili'is ;eiied't'b'"ae l ;jn its a bulletin on the private.Indebtedness of It It reported that the family of the
done and out watercolor will! will! Dut-
getting 'I I
wa my
individuals and of the
XT: rtoee! THMIY MORE. highest point corporations late Rev. 0. K Marshall!, of Vicktbnrg,
box, I cat down to renovate those! "I stole out of the door softly then, United States The issued is for
leport{ Miss. ha decided the libraryof
Dear mel I what more could I dot It clothes I took out the cake of Indian took down ray hat, and went out. I was The failure of Prier. Wot ton & Co., Alabama and Iowa. According to this th, deceased to liiilleape College. It

was just impossible to buy new ones, nk, and with my finest brush I began to mighty glad I had told you I would not lumber announced merchants, at London Liabilitiesestimated England, report, tho total real estate mortgage I.i said to be one of the most valuable collections .
and 1 had done all I could to these; it I.i the make that scarlet itripe black. It was come: homo to dinner, little woman. I was debt In Alabama lu force on January 1, of books and papers in the South.It .
".\ *. hard to mend up a man' outnida! most unending piece of work. I beganto felt quite upset. I did not get my lunch.I at 300,000. 1800, was $39,027,983; average amountof has been decided to unveil the confederate \
clothe. I can-I did-patch flannel think the clothes were not worth it; juit walked till I had to go bock. You The Pan-Americsn Construction company debt to one of population, $20. In monument at Jackson Mist., on
till they aro a real crazy quilt. I am \Hit I had begun, I must finish. I worked lee, I can't tell him I overheard him, toI with a capital of 110,000,000, tm 1880, number of acre mortgaged were June 8, which it the birthday of Mr.
quite proud of my patching, and Fred'. three day over them, carefully blacken-: I I can't explain about the clothe I own been Cbristl organized and South to American construct railroad.the Corpus 1,744,420; total number of acres in the Davit. Miss Winnie Davit will be pres
flannels were all over tiny square and log even the wide seams inside, lesta I lam dreadfully disappointed but I tup late, 32,985,600; per cent acres mortgaged ent. Adjutant-General hat issued
triangles; in fact, all sorts of shapes, thread of the scarlet might show aril pose it can't be helped. I only hope he General da Fonscca, who' was chosen 5.3, Interest charges range from orders to the various companies composing
put on with such fine cat-stitching, he really no one would have known them will not distrust me any more; but I provisional president of Brazil nt thu time 1 to 40 per cent. rate. The average life the State National Guard to bo ready
said it was a real work of art; and .s for the tame clothes. Then I thought shall be watched now all the time. That of tho overthrow of the empire, lint been of mortgage with no allowance for partial I to participate In the ceremonies
for his stocking, they were u good as bout that white stripe. It would toll won't be pleasant." formally elected president of the cinpiro. payment is computed to bo 2.73 in A Norfolk dispatch says: A tornado

new, with those beautiful German darns 10 toon, and Fred must wear them every I cannot find any words to say how I The clectrotyper of Boston are on Alabama. swept over Sunbury, Gates county, N. C.,
that dear Mrs. Watson taught me to day. Could I go over all that labor I lelt.; the "lie tree" wa putting out itt a strike Three hundred men are out, Saturday night. 1 Ire storm swept a space
make! ; but when you come to patching But I did I and there bad a handsome crop urely. I just put my head onftred' and it will seriou1y interfere with the HEGIRA OF FARMERS half a milo wide and carried everything
pantaloons, and then darning down tho dark suit, soft gray, with hairline plaid shoulder and sobbed work of about 2,000 others in the printing with it. Two children were killed near

outside, it will\ show; and the button. of black. But ohl I how mean and un- "Poor little glrli'? You thouldn't trade. I From Illinois..Bound for Points Sunbury, and it it reported that a number
fairly pull out of the fabrlo before the true I felt about it I lI have made me confess, Nanny. Yet, Dispatches of Tuesday say that the Farther West. of people were killed further east. d
thread gives way, so there are more told Fred the next day that I was after all, it it beet you should know. steamer Crslg lde., from Galveston to The wires are all down and details are
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patches; and the lining all rag, and the going into town to the dentist1.. That Mother always laid that secrets between Liverpool, with 5,000 bales of cotton, it :dispatch The largest exodus Bloomington from central, lacking.In .
pocket worn through-oh I The coat was true on the face of (t. I meant to go man and wife were practical divorces, stranded Hatterts on inlet.the bench one mile south of say.Illinois in ill history, perhaps, occurred the United States court, at Charlesi i)

get to shiny, too, and I'd like to know sometime loon, but not so toon. I had and I think to too." Wednesday. One hundred and fifty people '! ton 8. C., Wednesday, judgment! was
what will\ help that I did put on a little another errand. Nothing get one Intoa Oh, how my heart tank I The Pottsdown, Pa., Iron Companyhas comprising twenty-five families left rendered in favor of P. P. Dickerson, of
shoe-blacking In one spot, but it only tangle 10 fast a* a lie, you have to actor "But take courage,, little wife," be posted a notice that, beginning: on .McLean county on three trains of thirty- New York, for |062 against the York
made a smudge; so I was glad it was put tell to many more to keep it up. Next on. "I have done nothing wrong, and March 0, wages fit puddlers will be re- three cars, of which seven were passenger township in York county. 'fbuultwas
on the under part of the sleeve, where it ly, before :Fred got up, I said: the thing it bound to come right In dm duced from $3.73 to $3.50 per ton of coaches, taking with them their household brought to force the payment of the coupon .
would never show Then those coat but. "Fred, you know I went down to the time." 2,240 pound goods: farm implement and livestock of bond issued in aid ot the

tonal! I Late to put them on, for you city: yesterday, and going by a second- If I could have said at much for mylelfl IA grippe has taken possession of Fort. Two trains go to Webster City, Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago rail.
must either rip the coat to pieces or sew hand hop, I taw such a nice suit hang But I tried to teem brave, and Logan and is playing havoc with the soldirs. ? Iowa, and the other is bound for Nebras road.A.
through where it shows so. I was afraidto fog in the window. (This was all true; laughed a little at tome poor joke hi Eighty are in the hospital, and ka. The emigrants comprise some of the Raleigh dispatch says:: There has
rip his, lest the stuff should fall to 1 did.) "I know you'll turn up your made; and then I had to go into the kit- four deaths have occurred within week the best citizens of that section. They been a long contest between several
the suit I I from the disease. are induced to leave because of the cheap plcellor the location of the new colored
piece. If once it came off stiffening nose at the idea, but really the chen: and let some raised buscuit for
and the lining The vest wa all rag have brought homo was 10 good and so breakfast. A slowly but surely spreading stagnation lands of other ststes. A large proportion agricultural end mechanical college.

behind, but I put a new back in tome- clean and to cheap, and yours i II to shabby I thought and thought all the while I is causing considerable alarm Among of them were renters, although many Thursday evening the committee decidedto
how and I was the weaving establishment of East Lan cold their farms. Addition were madeto accept the proposition to locate the
how,nobody could tee thattt mixed and kneaded them of anything but
caishire England teams are already idle, the train at other point along the college at Louisburg, with a proviso that
glad of that, for I had no machine to "You can just tend it back Nan, what I wa doing. I knew well what 1
and in Blackburn alone 3,000 operatives( route, and In all about two hundred peahave the proposition is bona fide. Louisburg
stitch the seams.I roared the indignant fellow. "The ideal? ought to do, but Idid not want to do it. are idle.; left the state.SENATOR offers $6,600 in cash, lands stated to be
did not know what to do. We are Do you want me to wear other men'sclothes It was no use. I knew must; but what worth 110,000 and the necesssry buildingi. .
from London ,
ID poor; yet Fred wa clerk in a bank even if I would?" with anger at myself, and cowardice, and A cablegram of Tuesday WILSON DEAD. .

and oust look decent, and it was boo I I stood by the glass brushing my hair, absolute terror of tellitfg her, I bad little say: The 5,000 Stevedores'have been Union ordered men by, numbering their Judge Morrison, of Scott county, Virginia .
cause of r&ylong illness we were behind. and I couldn't help the tear in my eyes, sleep and the biscuit were kneaded
B. Harris of
council to strike. This step is supposedto After a Brief Illness Death Relieves hat appointed A. ,
hand. Doctor: and nurse and medicinedo but I wa glad he could not see them. down very early that next morning and be taken aa a means of compellingother Him. New York, receiver of the Chicago, Cincinnati
cost sot But Fred did not care if 'But just look at them, dear Fred," 1 were lighter than usual in consequence.I labor unions to declare themselves and Cbaleston railroad. Suit wa
be only had me back, he said, and it we.just aid, with a quiver in my voice, and I I [ remember every little thing to well that of Senator E. K. Wilrm, of Maryland, brought by Newman :Erb and other to
a chance-no, a good providence put the suit on the bed beside him. It happened then. I thought Fred never The Kansas afternoon in representatives committee of, who has been indisposed for the past two recover an indebtedness of $200,000.

that ho did. And I suppose I should was just the style bo liked-qiiet, and ate hit breakfast to fttt, and the dishes the Wednitday whole considered house bill 707 fixing days, died suddenly at the Hamil'.oa Chancellor Smith ho appointed a receiver
have felt just to about him. Still you yet not all one dark color. teemed to get themselves washed In no maximum rates }Ir. house, in Washington, Tuesday evening for the Tennessee portion of the
can Ice how we have to be 10 very Fred eyed them doubtfully. It was eleven o'clock before 1 Brown of Harvey passenger, demanded that the from heart failure. Senator Wilson'. illness road; Judge Bond for the South Carolina
economical now. "It doe look clean, that' a fact," al. know it, and now I must go. original, bill be read. The clerk could was of short duration. He had beena portion and proceedings have been

J Well; I went over one day to Mn. lowed Fred. "And, George, there'sJacobs' I put on my things and went. Mr*. not find it. It had disappeared, he said, catarrh sufferer which from chronic, led gaatro to-tuteetinal heart depression tltintutcd in Kentucky
Arkwright'i to cut out tome work for the label it, and hit button*-the and finally telegram to
on Arkwright was at home just ai and is supposed to have been stolen. in death stated Thetergeantat A Lot Angeles says: Up
Goodwill Society. We work altogetherfor best tailor in New York I Nan, it must! pleasant u ever. I said, in t> very trembling A special train containing the remains ending.arms of the senate was,immediately noon, Wednetdsy, report showed that
home mission, and there's alwayiclothing have been stolen" voice, '{Can I tee you alone for I of Senator Wilson, of Maryland, left notified of Senator Wilson's death. at least six persons lost their lives la the
of all kinds wanted. Just now "No, I don't think.to. I think it few mInute., Mr Arkwrightt" Washington city at 11 o'clock Thursday, lIe at once took charge of the body and flood The family of Charles Watt i*
we were going to fill a barrel for a missionary was a misfit, perhaps, or maybe tho "Certainly my derr. Come up into for Snow Hill, Md. Accompanying the gave direction to an undertaker to embalm also missing from near Downey and it
out in Oregon, who had six children man didn't want to wear anything but the library the Colonel it not in, and no remains were Mrs. Wilson, her son and the body, which was done. He supposed to have been dtowned. The
and the rheumatism Hi wife had black." one will interrupt us." two daughters, senate and house committees also notified Vice President Morton of Wells family, consisting man, wife and
sciatica, and bad to stay in bed most of ."NonsenseI? Whoever that suit Will So we went up stain and eat down on and a number of members of the senator' death.Switzerland' babe, were drowned at Duort and the
the time. Poor things) they must be made for could afford to havo a dozen. the lounge, and I begin Oh, how I tbo )Maryland house of delegates.A bodies of two Mexicans were Lawrens found in

, kept warm, and we were going to cut over Why, I tell you it is Jacobs' work I choked at first, and pulled at my bonnet, dispatch from Nova Scotia, regarding I I: drowned the same neighborhood at while 8. trying was to
flannels for all the children. And what a cloth I It doe tempt me, I and looked everywhere 1 but at lost I did the Spring Hill mine horror, says: Little Bismarck. Wilmington cattle. ,
While I was cutting and contriving, must ay. And coming from New York, it. I had to say A little prayer ia my The last body was received Thursday Dr. Emile Weltl, the new-elected rescue some
Mrs. Arkw'right, who had gone out of nobody here would know it. How much heart before I could. Then I told her evening-that of Manager:\ Swift-making President (if Switzerland, wa born at At a meeting of the Commercial and
the room a few minutes before, came wa it, Nant""I evertblng-about how ill I was, and in all 123 victims, including three who Zurzach, In the canton of Area, in 1825, Industrial Association of Montgomery,
I back with a largo bundle In her arm, iha'n't tell you, sir. You go and bow baby died, and how we got be1 nd. have died from injuries. Aid I. urgently of a wealthy and distinguished family Thursday"that night the it Commercial was unanimously and Industrial resolved .

"I want to consult Tau about something corn my poor trick to make you look band, though I did do my own work and required. There are fifty-sis widows, Association of Montgomery, Ala.,
my dear," she sod, in her kindest nice. I can tend the suit back to-morrow mended up }'red'.clothel as long as they 103 fatherless children. sad seven widowed and recommend the passage of
"You know we were going to and did mothers deprived of the support of approve
way would bear meuding, my one of the bankruptcy bills, known as
tend Mr. Peter a suit of clothes; nowhere Oh, how my heart bounded at that wing too; and I could hear her hold their sons. the Torrey bill, now pending before tho
i* a suit of the Colonel'. that i* ideal There would be no more lying to her breath, u if the tried not to speak; The National Starch Manufacturing congress of the United Stites and that
nearly new. He tent to his New York do if I could take it back to Mrs. Ark. and then I told her what I did to the company, of Indianapolis,dealers has sent which out a our senators and reprttcntstivei are

tailor to make him a good thick suit of wright't. clothes, and what Fred said, and then circular binds them to be to signed bandit by only trust, starch, hereby respectfully urged to support the

mixed good a* quick as possible, for he "No, you tha'n't, young woman I'll what ho heard Colonel Arkwright lay. I not to cut prices, and allowing them 5 percent tame, and that copies of these resolution
wa going on Mr. Alexander'. yacht fora Ink my pride, considering bow low my "And oh, dear Mrs. Arkwright, won't I reduction of yearly purchases. The be forwarded to them.
week' sail, and he trusted Jacob to pocket II; and I do need some decent you, won't you please tell the Colonel circular was of a confidential nature aud The tttte convention of the United
to choose! the cloth, for there wo such clothes: I know Tell me. Nan, what they were not new clothes, and Fred U was so worded us to appear to be a proposition Mine Worken of America convened at
haste. When it came you ought to haw I did they cost!" all right, and-" Then, I could not help from tho dealers to the company. Birmingham, Ala., Wednesday, in secret
seen the Colonel' face I He had to wear "No mora than I have laid up out of it, I had to cry. But the was crying too, Reports received from Dublin, Ireland, session. Delegates were present from all,
it, but he never will again lIe ha the house money, my lord," said with a with both her arm round me. Wednesday say that preparations have over Alabama. The meeting wa for the
made it over to me to give away. Now look of all the mischief I could put on. "You dear, brave little woman, you been completed for the publication in adoption the scale of price recently decided
how do you think it would do for our "Fudge I Will you tell them to met"" make my heart ache,"the taid. "I will Dublin of a daily paper devoted to the upon by the national convention in.
barrel It U very good cloth." 'Ye*, for ten dollars." make it right for you, of course; but, interests of the McCarthy faction. The Columbus, 0., which calls for a considerable
So it was. Colonel Arkwright was so "Whew;I" be whistled; then reachedfor dear, I shall have to tell the Colonel all paper will be entitled The National Press, advance of tho present wages. It i*
rich ho did not need to wear commonor hi* own clothe and extracted there. about it to explain." and the first number will be Issued onMarch DB. EMUVELTt.. understood that the mine operators will

cheap thing But goodncut the from a new bill "There I I meant to "Oh, jet, I want you to. I don't want 7th. The McCarthyites begina He became a member of tie Federal be asked contract to pay the advance in July.when The the

ground of the tuff was dark gray, andit make a deposit of that In your savings. I any more live or deceiviugt. .I've had vigorous campaign in Ireland on March Council la 1886, and since then he ha present enforcement of the expire demand will? mean
was closely plaided with a hair-line bank on the shelf, but that must wait a too much. should have told Fred all 8th.A been elected to the highest office of that another miners' Itrike.RUSSIA'S ..
stripe, bright scarlet one way and white little. about it this morning, only I knew ha'd cablegram of Wednesday from London little republic five times-in 18C9-72-76-
the other. No wonder the Colonel Then he got up, dressed, and put on feel to sorry for mo and think about it says The Sailors and Firemen' 80-84 and now for the year 1891.
never put it on in Fozcroftt ho new tuit. It fitted him fairly well. all day."' Union has determined to fight to the bit. Welt ia politic belong to the Center, EXHIBITAt
"But Mr. Arkwright," I itld, "you lIe wa a bit thinner than Colonel Ark. Bo Mr*. Arkwright kissed me and ter end, and sbipworkers generally are with a pronounced tendency to favor the
were not at the hut Goodwill meeting, Wright and they'were somewhat loose, comforted me and didn't give me any furious at the surrender of the steve Right or the Conservative party, although Chicago to Surpass Them all
and so you did not heat .Mra. Peter* but he liked an easy fit, and he did look advice. I suppose the taw I had got my dores. They accuse the executive council he may be better styled an Opportunist, in Grandeur.
letter. Mica Black wrote out for meas. to nlco la them I Poor fellow I he did lesson by heart. Well, I did tell Fred; of treachery, and members of ,the being flexible to the exigencies of circumstance Advice have berm received at Washington
urea for the minister' cloth's, and it i* not like to go shabby, and he had been it was easier to tell him, for it,wot between shipping federation are elated at the Ia order to carry his points.He from St indicatingthat
union is Petersburg
of their and the ,
well the did for it be'I" triumph cause,
teem largo to patient."I daylight and (dark and he couldn't disheartened.A 1* very reserved in matter of a religioui the Russian exhibit in the coming
man-tall and stout. Now Colonel Ark do feel more respectable now," he see! me cry, and he had both his arms proportionately character, prudent in all hi. World' Fair at Chicago will surpass any.
wright I. just about my husband' size." admitted, ash put oa his last necktie, i (, und me. But be did choke when ho London dispatch view of of Wednesdaysays tho fact action, and an active, energetic and thing of the kind ever atUmtped by the
As I said that, an idea came into my and surveyed himself in the glass. tried to say something,and only got out, : Mr. Parnell, la zealous statesman He I* the Inspirator government and people of that country,
McCarthvitcs sending a deputation
the are
head just u quick a* a flash But this wa not the end of my affair "My precloUilittle wife!" that of members of tbeJrl.h of the moderate narty and enjoy the and that it it likely, to be the moat extensive
"That i* too bad," told Mr. Ark- Orandma Brook used to sty, "The ain't Next day there was a director meeting composed to the United sympathy of the ",...Jmt, ot the FederalChamber and varied of all foreign

wright, thoughtfully."I nothing bean such full crops .a* a lie- and Fred was made teller. Colonel parliamentary to collect funds party,is considering, lie i* very dignified, of refined exhibit A company has been
States ,
put my idea aside for a minute and tree." I think to too. About a fortnight Arkwright was the first to tell him nail .the advice friends, a proposition manners, and u much an observer found of leading citizeDt banker
told, "I should think they would tell at after,Fred came home looking very shake band Then Fred laid ho lookedat to upon send Parnellitea to the United States of itrict etiquette u if he had been bona and merchant and manufacturersof
a secondhand store" wretched. lIe said nothing, but after him with such a funny wink of his The Parnellite delegate will represent and railed among prince Nevertheless bi. Petersburg and Moscow
Mr*. Arkwright laughed. "The tea I tat down on hit knee aud coaxed it eye, and said: Mr. Parnell'i policy and will collect funds he U affable and of easy approach. Although who have already subscribed halt a mil-
Colonel would not bear of that. No; out of him. "By Jupiter, Parker, your tailor b almost for its furtherance not a* brilliant an orator u lion pound ($3,000,000) for this pur-

I must wait till somebody need them." "Well, Nan, if you must know, It it up to Jacobs, and your wife it a At New York Tuesday,James Dough Ruchounet, his eloquence i* admirable, pose. The Russian government has been
Then my idea got the better of me. all this plaguy tuit. You remember that little brick. You're a lucky fellow" the Insane lover of Mary Anderson, and u a financier he u regarded as the asked and, it is understood, will contribute and

"Why," I told, very slowly, "11 you Keith, our teller, had a splendid offer togo I don't think It Will at all nice for him erty who,shot and killed Dr. Lloyd, the physician beat in Switzerland.In will half a with million them pounds ia preparing,
dou't know of any one, I think I know out to a bank In Montana a* cashier to say that,but he Un't( as refined u Mn. of Flat Bush insane asylum, was appearance Dr. Welt! b a hand and bringing co-operste to Chicago aa exhibit of

of a poor"man. who would be very gladof lie made up his mind yesterday to acceptit Arkwright.I sentenced to Sing Sing state prison for some man of Imposing stature and noble unusual |>roj>ortions, which, among other
them. and, of course, as I am next under hope, I think-yet, I believethatI life. The lunacy commission reported ia bearing Ha resemble' Bismarck and things, will Include an ethnological exhibit
"Who Is he I" she said lira, the place would naturally fall to me. never shall lie any more, even to help Dougherty case that he was the moat ha many of his bait. For this resemblance representing the condition, mode
"Well, I dont think I can tell you, I[ wa to pleased, for then, dear, you Fred. I don't know, though.-lltrptr't dangerous lunatic they had ever teen be I II known u the 'UtU of living! religion it well at manufac
because 1\e1l a very respectable percn, could have a girl, and not work yourselfto Dua,.. Dougherty read a long statement to the Bismarck." turlll product of the
and U would shock him to wear clothes a skeleton any more." court, claiming.that he was justified ia oue hundred and sixty-two rice and
given him ia charity. But I know his "I'm not a skeleton," I said, fiercely Tke -Old lionise" Crtxe. shooting Dr Lloyd The Oldest Game of Ball. tribes of that vast empire.

wife, and I think the could get him to "Just see my arms!" Some of the most prized appointments At an open. air meeting! held I in Calcutta
wear them if I gave them to her They lie smiled such a dreary little smile Ia the newest hoiuct are -"bits of old on Wednesday, OUWU! Uengalese I Court TinnU i* the oldest game: ofwill WIND AND WATER.
could be dyed, you know." "Well, you won't have the girl Nan not house that have been worn out and torn protested against the government's bill that we have--that II to say, it goes
Was that a hat Of course you know yet, to spare yourself all you can. This down. Mea about to build fine dwelling introduced January 10 in the legislative back farther in its present form than any The Elements-Wreak Terrible
1 meant Fred, but she never thought of morning wa In the vault sorting torn may on shopping for colonial fireplace council, to protect child wine by incrcas- other.
it. Oh, how I did wlrh afterward had papers, and Colonel Arkwrlgbt cam in. .fixtures, old mantles, fan-lights of ing the minimum age of girl contenting I Games of ball of some kind po back Destruction in the West.Newt .
told her aU about it I 11 got out In order to cash hit check, and 1830 to 1840, door frame, door knocker from ten to twelve years, at which age to far that there ia no trace of their to- comet from Gila Bend, "W. T.,
"Ft no matter at all," sire natal; "I 1 observed he looked at mo very hard and even the door themselves. Sometime they are to be given in marriage. The inning In their simplest form the that the Colorado river broke over the
not to have asked liwai the change, contendingthat ball wa thrown from one man to another lavee at Yuma Monday night. A portion .
really ought you. clothe and all: then Carter came In and whole'houses ire sold by the dealer Jiengatese pppooo the
only a passing impuUe. Do take dinner. 1 I the Hindoo scriptures authorize that If we carry process cue step of the place i* already under water
told me I could go home to in these waie. Possibly Ban Fran farther and imagine the ball, or whatever
them dear In. ParKcr, to the into the to wash hand fashion of its first marriage be consummated before twelve and the damage done U estimated at
poor went lavatory my cisco led this for one stood in its place, tA be hit back
fellow' wife. I am so sorry for people window and the door blewto years of ago. 150000. The Gait river rote ten feet
the war open, and most substantial stone business structure with the hand, instead of being caught
who are poor aud proud. I'll send them to I wa shut in. Now there it a *was an English bank in Hong Kong, I A fire that started in the Clare.8loeaker and thrown we have at once hand ball, U an hour near Pius niz. Over 1,004
round to your boWIe this evening I do ..ater. ll\4t runt through into the director I and wa shipped to California in the paint work at Minneapolis, Minn. the original of all game like tennis, people arc homeless Salt river valley.
hope the'U have them dyed, for then the into the link but this Thursday night proved to be the most About thirty miles from Yuma,' Gila
room fifties.-Jfra\ York Journal, In racket, etc. Indeed, tho French name river hat overflowed the tracks of the
Colonel will never see them again I, morning it had been removed to be re. disastrous one the city has experienced don for tennis rem tnl puuiae to thin day, Southern Pacific railroad. washout .
tell him bill just like a turkey-that neved, and left a hoi through the wall. Th first English settlement of the year The greatest damage mtgnlficenttwelvetory was because the ball va struck with the and land slides along lUll the tine of '"
red exasperates him to." 1 did not meaD to listen, but I heard my] North American Continent was made atJaweatown I to the Lumber block Exchange at Fifth a street and palm of the hand. road were reported.t' ,

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