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Title: Fernandina news
Uniform Title: Fernandina news (Fernandina, Fla. 1891)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: H.P. Trimble
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1891
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
General Note: Publisher: S.W. Manucy, <1894-1896>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 15 (Mar. 3, 1891).
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VI.ERNANDINA.. FLORIDA, THURSDAY{ JULY '!:a, 181)1.!) NUMBKU 24


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Welshmen want to attract special! nt APPLE. BLOSSOMS. sunshine, be found himself threatenedwith took it from it sheath, and holding It up LIKE CORN IN A GRANARY NEWS AND NOTEH FOR WOMEN.

their total deprivation of his eitite. A* n the light saw that it was sharp. The '
tcntioa to nationality during ooe
We stood within the orcbanfs gloom, unexpectedly as though the heavens had demon must hue had full possession of The long Louis Quatorte coats Lave

week of the World' Fair, by rncsns ol In youth and courage high, dropped upon hU bewildered head he him ill that hour, for ho smiled as h* HUMAN BODIES rILED tip IK A made poplins again popular...

national games, music by Welsh bands, The apple boughs in cluster bloom was notified by a lawyer In London that obmrved the glitter; of the bright blade MEXICAN GRAVEYARD Swell modistes fit their skirts the
Were just a nearer sky I he held for of his client It in breast his to
and competitions for $30,000 in prizes one a mortgage Placing the of waistcoat customer while she Is seated.

which they promise. A delegation cl And one a maiden In her prideA upon the place, executed by the vender he softly left his room and traversed the A Ghastly Sight In else Strangest
Substitute
quaint old ditty sang, a few months before the sale, upon l'a influential!! Welshmen LM asked Directot With glance, halt thy, at him beside I ; which the principal and interest victim, he heard his steady, regular Mexican IliirUl Cuntom. schools are to receive $1.23 a day.

General Davis to designate a week for And thus the burden rang amounted to quite the value of the >ntthing, 'and noiselessly uncloslne<< it Black blot are trimmed effectively

that purpose. O true heart,'tis long to part! place, and that immediate satisfactionwas he i ntcred and advanced, to the bedside. The strangest, burying\ ground of the! with butterfly!! bows and purple thistles.

Apple boughs are gay, demanded and expected. Hut hU\ eyes lingered: upon the talle; world is hero at Guanahimto writes The training dip of the modern walk-
Frank G. .
It II seated that the Illinois Central! Sweet buds grow< blossoms bowl Then followed a tedious and vexatious be could not withdraw them. They "lJ. I Carpenter have visited t. the the New York1f' inn dress has been pulled up out of the

Thou art still away. litigation, which resulted In establishing r e trd on a largo family Bible, the gift most ouriotngraveyards dirt.
Railway has determined! ) build a fleet record but I have
,
on
One linger, when they turned to go the mortgage and declaring the pecuniary of his wife in happier days, and it now never lltack handkerchiefs, embroidered in

of large ocean steamships for passenger Whose path lay o'ar th, Ira; ruin of Randolph Ferry. It (I.a)' open, as the hand of the strangermust seen anything that compares with the silver and colored threads, are decidedlynew.

and freight service to run between New A look a kl or, a whisper loss, was the lost drop in the wretched suffer have opened it, to the sixth chaperof horror I aw to-day Imagine If you .

Orleans and South American port both And plighted\ fast wr w* er's cup of gall. The little means that Matthew. At the top of the pago can the bone ot a hundred thousand" An apartment house for women, soon

on the.Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The H. would return t.claim my lore be could command from his broken for h.. sa> drawn with a pencil' la bold let human on the Wings torn of another to pieces like and much piledone to be built In New York City, will cost

s When sprlngbuds openei again; tune had been wallowed Up ia bl*'tja- ten, &but with irregular and wavering" top so $00,000.,
plan is to make Chicago a distributing successful defense of the suit. corn la a granary. Put all ales and
And distant came, beyond the groveThe ines, as if by the hand of a child, the
point both for South American productsand wood ot that refrain The hour was about twilight; tho untouched beginning of the thirteenth verse: sexes together. Tear them fimb from The New York Stat Hospital for the '

as a shipping point for American O true heart HU long to lULl! meal had been cleared away and "And lend us not into temptation." limb and mix the mass of skull, legs Insane utilize the services of women

products South. This if carried out, Apple boughs are gay; the old housekeeper had retired to her A change upon the instant came over arms and ribs\ together so that the bony physicians.
chamber. sat in the front fingers of one runs into the hollow ryes Susan 11. Anthony can speak louder
Sweet bud. grow, blossoms blow Perry room, Randolph Perry. His face turned dead.
remarks Public Opinion, will' be one it ; of its neighbor and the part of the different and longer than half the male
Thou art still away. in a low chair by the window and, I If pale, Lie limbs shook so violently that speakers in
the most Important of any transportation absorbed In his misery, he noticed nothing hu light in his hand was extinguished; skeletons lone themselves In the vast the country.

schemes lately derised. A ring upon my finger' shone of the storm that was' coming up. and, with all purpose of crime banished pile of this vaulted granary of boo en. Mrs. George W.Childs's china Is worth

He vanished In the shade Ho had not sat thus more than half aa from his heart, ho feebly tottered from The cemetery of this tityof UII""" (30,000, and she is the possessor of a

The annual reports of the New York And the sweet stars looked gently down hour when he heard the sharp unlatch the chamber that had witnessed this huato is situated on the top of a high service of go d.

Upon a happy maid. ing of the and the of ( back his hill overlooking the town. I entered by
quick to
gate step strange arena own room, Mme. Pattt has insatiable appetitefor
an
State Board of Charities coa'aia evl- That ,
ring Ii like a star at night Its wide and found
myself surrounded
; feet the and then there gate
on gravel; was a where he sank on his knees by the bedside stewed which
deuce asserts tho New York Sat that And in loneliness walls in court which prune., she out fur
my knock at the door.A and penitently I poured fourth his by great a her complexion.

large numbers of lunatics and paupers Th pressure of its circlet light tall man stood withouthis garments soul in secret thanksgiving heaven tot contained perhaps five acres of ground.The .
Has seemed a sott car_. walls of this court were About eight Mia Kate Marsdcn a'a English girl
hate been shipped to the United State, clinging to him in wet folds and the his deliverance
O true heart. 'tis long to part) water running from them in streams. C e feet thick, and u I examined them I has !gone to Yakutsk Siberia to study

year after year, from the British Isles, Apple boughs are Kay, The old man help up the candle to his found that thy wsre in fact made up of leprosy among the natives.

Germany, Austria and other European Sweet buds grow, blossoms blow face and saw a prominent nose and a pairof A* Randolph sat at breakfast with &1.. pigeon{ hole about three feet square and Miss Ethel Mackenzie, daughter of Sir

countries by local authorities and chat I That art tUU away keen eyes under a wide bat, and for guest a chase drove up to tho door, and six feet deep some of which were open Morel! Mackenzie, is the London correspondent

table organizations. A few of these S e e e the rest there was a handsome, rather from it alighted Mr. Murch tho hateful and others of which were closed with of a Chicago daily

agent. He entered without knocking, marblo slabs on which were printed the The first .
women's
benevolent mouth and a moss of auburn trade union in Belgium
undesirable hare been
immigrants sent I stand within the orchard' close and unceremoniously addressed tho old dead
beard. The man was a stranger to name and virtues of the who were has just teen formed by feminine
. back, year after year, to the countries Beneath the guardian tress-, man, paying no heed to the .tran cr. shelved sway within. There were them- tobacco workers at Antwerp.Ann .

from which they came, and yet the business And thrice the apple blossoms' snows him."Good evening sir," he said, In a "Your time is up today old fellow sands of these pigeon holes and my guide Ellis: the nineteenth wife cf

of shipping them to our ports has Have floated to the brewed bluff hearty voice. "May I come in and and if my client still owned the more showed me a card giving the rates. Brigham Young i* now the wife of 1U-

Th summer glows, the red leave t.lt. get dry Sflch a ducking I haven't hid gage, my busineaa here would bo to turn From it I see that these holes are rentedout
been carried without cessation. The presentative Denning of Michigan.Paris .
on The winter out. But ha 'don'tl he's sold it to
hearth-flrei bun; since I fell off Freehaveu Dock long you ; to the t odics of the dead, and tho

adoption of the new system by which, Spring comes, but never to my call Will allow such a wet rat in ago. somebody whom you'll probably hero guide tells mo that the most of them lire fashions are extraordinary this

(p such persons are prohibited from even Or prayer dost tbou return! I""Yes you ;your. soon enough. I was going by and I taken toe about, five years after which season. At a distance women look like

landing hurt will doubtless teach the O true heart 'tis long to part, come in," Perry replied; and thought" I'd call in and congratulate the bones of the deceased are taken out, bazar.an animated pagoda or moving Oriental

Apple bough art !gay, I ushering the stranger into the room he you. the pigeon hole b cleaned and It Is readyfor
German anti Austrian economists ,
British "Heaven will bo done!I" Oa Irish railways much
women are
Sweet bud.ClOW', blossoms blow; brought some kindlings and light wood ejaculated the next occupant. It costs $25 for nu*
that it is waste of to ship them his face. ployed u booking clerks and in Dublin
a
Perry
money Thou art still away. with which he soon made a fire ia the covering the use of one of these pigeon holes for /
Lere. "It's just about time it was," Murch and this tickets are glnn'IIIIIO.t entirely by
live seems to be the shortest
____ ___ They say on* should bo patient; yet fireplace. with heartless insolcase. years, women.
If groping lost In night The stranger took off his coat and vest, rejoined, term for which they aro leased. A
It is generally believed rcmarkiJVdat : Forever can the soul forget and squeezed the water from them hung 'i'ou've given trouble cnought; about man who wants one (perpetually ran have Young lady teachers are ia such da-:

: LuliSt, that suicide annuls an insurance The loveliness of light them on a chair, and addressed himself that mortgage and it's quits" time you It by paying tlOO and if he cares to maud for wives la Dakota that it Is ext .

policy. An exception to this sometimes think that in sky to the drying of hb extremities: Th old was set adrift on your travels. crowd hi* whole family into the lame trcmely difficult to keep enough; on bind
yon "Leave tbo house you ,scoundrel! hole ho have it for the of to run the school,
Thou art far man looked ou in moody silence and the can lump sum
from
rule must be noted. la the United so met roared the and
And then stranger-wo compelled to make tho first guest jumping j up angrily (500. A bride in fashionable life ha recently
when I to God would
Circuit Court at Kansas Mo cry, Murch with his fist
States City menacing the court I next slatted
I cry instead to advance. Leaving Wit conducted the Idea of having the wedding
you;
'Judge Caldwell Las decided a case in O true heart, 'tis long to part! "A nice place you have here I should "Aud who might you be, my lad I" into the great storehouse for the ring inlaid with enamel in the midst of

;'t suicides does not, annul. Under Apple boughs are think. I aw it from the bottom of the the I latter sneeringly asked. bones of the dead after their leases have which appears a motto or posy

k the laws of Missouri suicide does not an. Sweet bud. grow, blossoms gay blow; hill, before the storm cam up." I[ am"I able am the and owner willing, of to the punish mortgage, and for, expired and they bare lees ousted by Lady Harris, wife of the Governor ol

TbouartstiUanay. ,. "Who art ')oul" Perry abruptly you their landlord from their tenement Bombay Is excellent and
nut unless It be- shown that at the old an cricketer
can this
ufcked., "Do you come hero on any busi- your' cruelty to man. I. .hv.. Tka.* !__ fvwat yl awr.kmlie -..r..t..s. ..<..!.. ..... <. ...*-
time of taking out of the policy tho assured To smile, to jest; to walk my way- nest Have you anything to do with And" seizing the scent by his coat. and other piece of skeletons jum cessful cricketing match recently held.

contemplated suicide. John B. Oh, that is not forms! that tatcal Murch, who has robbed me of collar with a grip of iron, tho strong man bled together in all sorts of shajies! Some year back, Miss Beebe theEogli.h
To lire till I am old and spun him about like a top-slamming and mixed, Into
one heterogenous
gray ull I don't sir up tried aboUlh'the
know to
Berry took out a policy in the Knight my property ; per suffragist
him with force the wall
And near thy face to sect no gentle against$ mass of bone. rising in slanting wayfrom
do but I ,
I aa injustice have word that Instead
woman contending
asps you ; ,
Templar and Masons' Life Indemnity Thy voles I 0 till the breath wa knocked out of his
.- Love art thou a dream become embittered against everybody. the floor of tbs tunnel at ao angle the human female should be styled, "the!

Company doing business in that State. By God in pity given I'Ualk you kindly I If you came here body; and then opening the door bo cast of forty-five degree to the roof. Everything other sex of m.o.It "

do Clasp clasp me cloee, lest joy extreme him out into the wet grass. A minute wa jumbled together In the great
all
The policy provided as policies for brae Murcb to leave 1"
peace. Mis Carrie Bartlett i I. one of the
Should open the gates of heaven I" eying snd later the crestfallen agent roes and limpedout democracy of death. Tho bones of the
would annul it. now.
that self-destruction of North Dakota.
*) true heart I' to Lie chaise sore and bruised and in and one prominent preacher.
no more to port old and young were'plled on
On then sir the
Judge Caldwell held that this provision my honor replied tumbled ia feelings.\ It was his first and She from a newspaper office into
Apple bough. are gay, another The feet of men rested iu the
pulp
other much
surprised at Abe question,
the She I is said to be successful
of the policy was rendered bull by the Sweet hula grow, blossom blow, "I don't know anything cf )Murcb and oat visit to Woodhampton. skulls of women, and I saw a great-tue
in her new field and is popular with her
laws of Missouri; and, though John B. verse our glad feet stray. I'm above spying for him or anybody. I The stranger reclosed the door and In the grinning teeth of what may hue
large congregation.
Berry committed suicide his heirs must --Elizabct\: f ,fc..t" Bottom Traaaoript.ALilljA camp into }Freehaveo down below here knelt beside the astonished old man and once been a beautiful girl .\bout another
took his hands. The Chines* ban a uying that is at
1 skull the bone of an arm were
this in the and
recover under the |>licy. afternoon steamboat expected "Don't know father" h amusing and sarcastic. Referring
i to walk over to Wesllock before you me, thrown almost caressingly, and legs and once
\ CRIME asked in voice. "Will to the smallness of the feet of the
a trembling you whole and la bits
arms were piled
the rain I caught an,11 upon
came on.
A. E. Gammage is suing a physicianof got take back who deserted Chinese women they : "What the
prodigal son
made for the first shelter I saw, but if I I70u'd your on,the top of another like so many say ,
Grand Rapids, Mich., for $30,003: for rather I would go"- you so cruelly I never was bad I stone, and the whole, ghastly as it was, women have lost In their feet they have.
It seemed a* if Providence hud deserted "
at father it Robinson Cru.oe.more added to their tongues.
heart ; was looked like the Indian
him more piled
performed an operation "I up
having upon "No no Interrupted Perry
Randolph Perry in his old and utterly ;
age than else that made
anything rue times. .1... An economical to trim a dress witha
In
wouldn't into the storm I corn a crib anything way
against his will. Gaiimage was to i a- cut him off. For bis was Indeed turn a dog out ,
run awsy. I've come bock now, after I had camera with mo in (his black lace flounce 1 I. to buy the lace
much leas human till my
dergo an operation for gravel.: : lie was a hard lot. We do not often find a case a being. Stay you of with
I of such in human affairs are dry and the rain b over; and that I rears wandering, money enough I vault, and I wished to take a photographof made for gown and to cut It up into the
great hardship
placed on the operating table and everything ; think won't be before morning. I'll for both of us. I've paid the mortgage, : it. There was, however, no place on width desired then hem the edge. Lace
for ho had
was ready when hu nerve failed brightest, although begun with life abundant with the I give you a bed." aDd I want to live with you here, at which to rent the camera, and suggested,J through which ribbon may bo run i* very

him and he declared the operation 03. wealth a prospects home, a loving wife I Finding: the old man but little inclined Woodhampton. My heart has been to the guard of the cemetery that be go pretty treated in this way.
pleasant to sine I set foot In the
Dr. Peterson insisted going ahead and children, his seventieth summer to talk, the stranger bade hb host good yearning you ever get a board. Ho at oncu picked up a The newest pattern in India silk Is
upon house I'vo been to reveal
; ready myself a coffin trout a littlo pile which contained which take .
the of the
night and went to the room assigned to palm leaves pUce
found him stripped of all save the roof :
with it and endeavored with the assistance dozen, times but !it faltered
on lips
my the mummies of babies, and taking the flower and figure of the last few sel-
above his head and
threatened
of attendants to administer chloro seriously him.It forgive me now, father; forgive m*, mummy out held it under his arm while son*. The backgrounds are of some
with the loss of even that. was then about ten o'clock. The
and let dwell in and the 1
form. Qammage resisted Two police. us peace forget be propped the coma on end and mad very dark color or black, strewn! with
T"entloDK. weary years back his reverses storm was at its height, and it continued "
were called in and bad In the sudden hour when it put It .tuliiletel by putting a thigh bone these leaves'; four or five Inch** long.
man passing by upon begun and distressing for an longer, abruptly His voice failed him and his head sank from the under

the rerjreaeatation"being made that the death of his dear wife; and this ceased./ The suddenness of ill cessation oa hi* fathers knee, and the glad old this great I rested heap one and corner.. Bouquets are very original this year in
Upon camera succeeded
irreparable blow was soon after followedby aroused the occupant of the ream, and iny London society but are not more admirable
insane assisted the doctors bent him with
man over dreaming .
wee
patient la fair Before
elO1. taking a picture
the elopement of his daughter Annie weaned with his stress of emotion, ho very on that account. Triangular and
,
his hair and
and attendants him fondly smoothing faltering left I took of this
in putting to sleep. I a picture man
the pet and darling of his heart, with an took his candle and ascended the stairs. 'God has of His when pointed ferns are concealed under a
given me bounty
the in his and anotherof
with
The operation! was then successfully per artful scoundrel with a sham title who Ho had no heart for anything but his I[deserved His tune May jay Father id mummy brother arm heavy mall of flower and are moro
him and his
formed. When the patient revived it h ad probably left his native land across own dreadful misery; and he would pro heaven and my son oa earth forgive the municipal coffin, In which ghoul all holding the dead up potent a* weapon than u additional

his left broken the sea upon compulsion. The poor bably hue forgotten the presence of a charms.
was found that arm was me!i" Elsie have the .
of to to
father beard of her but once afterward stranger In his house but for a ray of town brought gr..e.11rd White chamois akin[ gloves w* to bs

to two places, the injuries having been and that was when the news of her suicide light issuing from the keyhole of the Curious Test for Ability. There are no hearse In this mountain worn for outing purposes. These are not

sustained in his struggles against; the t ia Manchester reached him. This chamber which be bad bade him take. city, and the town ha fixed expensive ia the first place and then if

aofesthetie. It is for these injuries and visitation humbled him almost to the Randolph Perry paused, and merely A well-known downtown contractor rate for the reut of Its coffins direction are fallowed they can be

his lacerate feelings that he brings dust, and brought with it a sickness that obeying a sudden impulse stopped and KM a peculiar theory. It b necessary for These coffins are so big that another washed successfully For shopping wear

laid him prostrate for a twelvemonth, placed his eye at the hole lie had not him[ to employ a great number of men latiis coffin can be put Inside of them and the aaturil color chamois glove i* very

salt, and nearly coat him his life. the least. curiosity about this man, and business, and they must posses car they are carried on the shoulders of tho comfortable.

II* rose from his\ sick bed and appeared his act was certainly without motive. tain qualification In order to give satin bearers up the steep bill. A soon a* Black ilk henrletta cloth make 'a

'A bright oid lady of N.w York, has to the little world of his acquaint. But hit eye had but singled out his guest factloa. First and foremost a quickness they enter the cemetery the coffins all beautiful summer dress for an elderly

suggested," chronicles the Philadelphia aac. only the wreck of his former man from the other object in the room when of thought and action is indispensable. placed on a ledge or atone table and are lady. An all-silk grenadine mad up

word, that the ,managers of the hood. Hi first inquiries were for Simeon, he concentrated hit attention upja him Everything is subordinate to this. opened, for the purpose, it is aid, of over black satin Is also a most suitable t
"And the best place la the world td seeing that not more than one corpse 1 II
World's Fair u matter of national hit boy. No one would answer him at with the greatest eagerness lie saw him gown. The coat or basque may be relieved
a
looked the table his back to the find the very mea I want' U in buried la one coffin and that the cemetery
first; they pitifully at him and sitting by door by a vest or double ruffle of some
pride as well u for the astonishment of restaurant," said the man a short time get Its full fee for every
kept silent; but when he angrily demanded and the candle before him. Four or five bright-colored silk.:

foreign Till:on, should'make collection to know the truth, they were pile of bank note, new and crackling, ago to a Times reporter. corpse. Ladle who wear thin dresses will be
hundred tell him before him and h counted them The reporter did. not lee why this Mexico City i It perhaps the only
of Americans over one compelled to that Simeon his were ; to know that the prettiest and mOlt
should be and the to in the world where street glad
went the
so, man on place cars
them all ia
only had heartlessly de. over rapidly, replacing aa
.exhibition suchas
years old. longevity comfortable underskirt in the world is
the hearses. A 300 if
him during sickness and oiled skfa wallet beneath hit : In explain. aro funeral costs f
seated
a* pillow
that would iu truth b. I called the princes petticoat. It is, of
'proposed "When ia a restaurant said ha, "you at all respectable and to the case of foreigners
was supposed,bad gone off to sea Ran a few moment more the light was extinguished modeled its and
"very much of a novelty. It might read did I of see a man take up the bill of fare and time expenses rut up into the course, u name-suggest
dolph Perry not dIe with this accumulation and the heavy breathing
should be mad of black or white Ohio
half hour itcontents thousand This is whenit
ply be made something more than a pass- of grief;' he lived on ia a the sleeper wa heard spend an looking through especially silk wish a few ruffle on the hem.
that downas is desired to thu bodies of
tog show to tickle idle curiosity; It hopeless, morbid kindof way but DO Silently did the listener gala his own you can put person take out
with decision of character The suit worn by little boy
art
a mao no the country. If the friends of the dead very
had him smile since he told and he stood there h* wa a
one seen was room; as
should be made the nucleus of a special of Simson' desertion. That was nearly man transformed I Could he han seen The man who goes into a restaurant, are not posted all sorts of extravagant frequently white toA'f\ of Ui.lacU.
of the not throws his hat at a and the Jm them and the ity with which such garments become
census centenarians only u twent11ean back He bad dwelt in his own face at that moment he must peg, give charge are loosed upon .
to their boles to their habits of the fiendish waiter hi* order as soon u he b seated btU estate of a Kansas millionaire named soiled while whoa but two or three years
ages the house where ho had been bereaved hue been terrified at passion
for You Smith who died her old they wear ginghams with high round
man me. can depend
uponit lately paid
diet well of since with that of that out from itll. I
life, regular etc., as ai tha over no society save peered
that be trusted to know 12000 for here waists comfortable but not wide
the very
man can expenses Among a
his
bowed shoulders :
the woman who attended to Ida small domestic straightened his ;
age of their progenitors. Whether the affair lost their up listless, hopeless what bo b doing, and b tho proper man charge was one of f 300 for embalming, ileeves, and kilted skirts and four years

.' old folks would care to be classed eye baleful expres.sha to put in a position where decision ot and I heart of a case yesterday which : ice them in jacket*, with kill and I
and burned with light
This beautiful mansion landing high a ;
among the exhibits of the Fair, or up oa a knoll that overlooked, the tea, and even hit shrivelled wrinkled cheeks character b an essential qualification."If I a Mexican embalmer or doctor charged shirt 'Waiat.Butter .

whether their nerves could endure the surrounded with spacious and cultivated flushed with the shame of the dreadful I were the General of an army I 13000 for preparing for shipment making is advocated at an oceupatioa -
would submit all my officers to this the body of a Frenchmen who died for women. To be sure, it is
had been sin with which be was struggling
by Perryof
hurly-burly and the-fgging excitement grounds, purchased
crucial test before intrusting them with hero. usually the farmer' wives soh +
meditated murder.
its who hit For Randolph Perry
previous owner wa
"
inseparable from such tumultuous scenes, commandsNets the'women
any important separate butter now, but
friend, and upon whoso assurance that With this Uorribl resolution formed
questionable. But if they could begot the old to Its York Timtt. Next year all student in St. Petersburg who are obU,
the place was unencumbered and fret man rapidly proceeded ac
HusaU, are to have their beads themselves to undeillmost .
together la scab a convention the from all legal claim b* implicitly relied. com pUah meat. Ia his bureau drawer measured I

sum total cf their experiences of this lift Thai friend bad died penniless two by a aheath-knif eight Inches ia the William K. Vanderbilt hu built the everybody pr

might be of much service in many ways year after; and now, a* if t> remove bUd, which he nd never earned since biggest hen house in this country, spend. Brazil' export* for 1891 are estimated alt mad, and this, to be r

to their juniors." (was his dreary existence the bit ray of boyhood, and opening the drawer h* log 1150,000 ia the ttructur at 1300.000.000. daily.



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Welshmen want to attract special nt APPLE BLOSSOMS.We sunshine, be found himself threatened took it from it sheath, and holding& It u*> LIKE CORN IN A GRANARY; NEWS AND XOTEH FOR WOMEN.

tcntioa to their nationality, during one with total deprivation of his cstue. A* to the light aw that it was sharp. Th.t'tnnu -
.t.oo.I.nthio the orchard' gloom, unexpectedly as though the heavens hid must have had full possession of The long Louis
week of the World' Fair Quatorte coat have
: by ol In
meant and
youth courage; high.; dropped upon his bewildered head, he bins m that hour, for ho smiled ai he HUMAN BODIES TILED TTP IN A made poplins again )
national game, music by Welsh bands, The apple bought In cluster bloom was notified! by a lawyer in London that observed the glitter! of the bright blade.Placing MEXICAN GRAVEYARD. p popular

and competitions $30,000 in prize Were just nearer' sky I he held for one of his clients a mortgage ; It in the breast of his waistcoat, Swrll rood lutes fit their skirts to the
customer while the
which they promise. A delegation ol And one a maiden her pride, upon the place, executed by the vender b. softly left his room and traversed theraoue. A Ghastly flight In the Strangest is seated.
A quaint old ditty sang, a few months before the talc Substitute teachers In New York
upon Listening at the door of hit Ilnrylnff Ground of the TVorMMctlcan
influential( Welshmen ha asked Directot -
With glance, half shy at blm bealde schools are to receive 1.25
; which the principal! and interest victim, he. heard bit steady, regular IturUt Custom. a day
General Davit to designate a week tot And thus till burden raDII amounted to quite the value of the lift 'thing, 'and noiselessly unclosing itho Black bats are trimmed effectively

tbat purpose.It O true bean Hi*long; to peril I place, and that immediate satisfaction ntered and advanced to the bedside The strangest burying: ground of the with butterfly bow and purple thistle.

Apple boughs are cay, wa demanded and expected. Hut his eyes lingered upon the talle; world I II here at Guanahnnto, write The trailing dip of the modern walking

i r. stated that the Illinois\ Central Sweet buds grow, bloMom! blow] Then followed a tedious and vexatious he could not withdraw l tho 111. They Frank G. Carpenter to the New York dress has been pulled out of the
Thou still WVrU. I have visited l the up
art curlom
most
Railway has determined to build a fleet away.One litigation, which resulted in establishing 1 e'!trd on a largo family Bible, the giftof dut.
record I
of linger!, when they turned to go the mortgage and declaring! \ the pe his wife in happier days, and it now graveyards on but have" never Black handkerchief, embroidered in
large ocean steamships for passenger: I Whose path lay o'er the lea; cutlery ruin of Randolph Ferry. It \lay open, as the hand of the stranger teen anything that compares with the silver and colored thread, are decidedly

and freight service to run between New A look a kias a whisper \>*"., was the last drop in the wretched suffer nut Lave opened It, to the sixth chaprrof horror I saw to-dny, Imagine If you new.

Orleans and South American ports both I And plight fast were wAHe er' cup of gall. The little meant that Matthew. At the top of the pago can the bone of a hundred. thousand: An house for

on the.Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The I would return to claim my lore he could command from his broken for. he tfw: drawn with a pencil in bold let human Wing torn to pie!'.* and piled\ to he built apartment in Now York City women will!, lOon coat
When tune had been swallowed in b1 one on the top of another like no much ,
sprln/bud tees with
but
and
la to make I, opeoel again; up yet irregular wavering 1400,000.
plan Chicago a distributing Aad distant came beyond the grove, successful defense of the suit. line, ai if by the hand of a child, the corn in a granary. Put all airs and
point both for South American products The woods of that refrain: The hour was about twilight; tho untouched beginning! of the thirtesuth verve: sexes together. Tear them limb from The New York State Uonpitali for the

and a* a shipping point for American O true heart'(is long to pant! meal had been cleared away, and ".\ud lead us not into temptation. limb and mix the matt of skulls, legs, Insane utilize the services of women

product South. This, if carried out, Apple boughs are gay: the old housekeeper had retired to her I A change upon the instant came over arms and ribs together to that the b.>'it physicians.
'chamber. tat in the front finger* of one runs into tho hollow ryes Susan 11. Anthony louder
tweet Perry dead. can speak
: buds grow, blossoms blow; room Undolph Porrv. Ills face turned
remarks FMio will be ol
Opinion, one Thou art still away in a low chair by the window, and, I If pale, his limbs shook to violently that of its neighbor and the part of the
the most important of any transportation absorbed in his misery, he noticed noth hu light In his hand wa extinguished; ent skeletons lone themselves in the vast the countrv.

schemes lately devised. A He ring upon my fluger' shone ing of the storm hat wa coming up. I and, with all purpose of crime banished pile of this vaulted granary of buDe Mrs. George W.Childs' china It worth

vanished In th. shade lie had not lat thus more than half an from hit heart ho feebly tottered from The cemetery of this city of Ousnahuato (50,000, and she it the posiossor of a
The annual reports of the New York And the sweet star looked geutly down hour when he heard the sharp the chamber that had witnessed this ia situated on the top of a high service of gofd.

Upon a happy maid. ing of the gate, and the quick uDlatch'l back to his bill overlooking the town. I entered by
strange scene
State Board of Charities con'ain evidence That own room, Mme. Patti blIIn Insatiable appetite
ring is like ,
a star at
night; feet the and then its wide gate and found myself surrounded
on gravel; wa a where he tank on btu! knee by the bed- for stewed
asserts tho New York San that And In loneliness prunes, which: the eat for
my knock at the door. aide and penitently roured fourth hu by great walls in a court which her
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large number of lunatics and pauper The pressure of Its circlet light A t.l1man stood withouth! garment soul in secret thanksgiving to heaven for contained perhap five acres of ground. complexion.

hate been shipped to the United States, Ua seemed a pit car_. clinging to him in wet fold and the I bit. deliverance. The wall of this court were nbout eight Miss Kate Marsdeo, in English girl,
O true heart,'tl*long to part I water running from them in streams. S a feet thick and a* I examined them I has gone to Yakutsk Siberia, to study
after from the British Isles i *
year year, Apple boughs are gay The old man help up the candle to his found that they wire In fact made up of leprosy among the native.

Germany, Austria and other European Sweet buds grow, blossom blow face and taw a prominent nose and a pairof I As Randolph tat at breakfast with &3.. pigeon hole about three feat square and Miss* Ethel Mackenzie, daughter of Sir

countries by local authortie! and chat That art still away. keen eyes under wide hat, and for guest, a chase drove up to the door, and six feet deep, tome of which were open Morell Mackenzie, i I. the London correspondent *

table organizations. A few of these I I e the rest there was a handsome, rather from it alighted Mr. March, the hateful and others of which were closed with of a Chicago daily.

undesirable immigrants have been sent benevolent, mouth, and a mass of auburn agent. He entered without knocking marble slabs on which the The first women'* trade union In Belgium .
I stand within the orchard'close aDd addressed tho old dead
unceremoniously and virtues of the who
beard. The man was a stranger to name were hot just !teen formed by feminine
back, year after year, to the countries Beneath the guardian tre eLAnd man, paying no heed to the stranger.: shelved sway within. There were thou. tobacco worker at Antwerp.Ann .

from which they came, and yet the busi- thrice the apple blotaonur'' mow him."Good evening, sir," he said, in a "Your time is up today, old fellow, sands of these pigeon hole, and my guide Eliza: the nineteenth wife
Have floated to the and if client still owned the cf
net of shipping them to our port has breeie. bluff, hearty voice. "May I come in and iny mortgage showed me a card giving the rate.. Brigham U .
The summer glows, the red leave fall business here would be to turn Young, now the wife of Re
my ,
been carried without cessation. The get city Bach a ducking I haven't hid From, it I tee that these hole are rented
on 1 The winter hearth-fres burr; since 1 fell off Freeiiaven Dock, long ago. you out. But he 'don't; he'e told it to out to the bodies of the dead, and the (presentative Penning, of Michigan.

rdoption of the new system by which, Spring come., but never to my call Will you allow such a wet rat in your somebody whom 1ou'Iprobtbl1aee\ hero guide tell me that the most of them are Pari fashion are extraordinary this

h such persona are prohibited from even .1 Or prayer dust thou return I housel" soon enough. I Will going by, and I taken io about, five yean, after which season. At a distance women look like

landing her will doubtless teach die O true heart, 'tis long to part I "Yet, come in," Perry replied; and bought" I'd call in and congratulate the bone of the deceased are taken out, an animated pagoda or moving Odental
bazar.
British, German and Austrian economist Apple boughs are gay, ushering tho stranger into tho room, he )ou. the pigeon hole Ie i cleaned and It i I. ready
Sweet buds blossoms blow "Heaven will be done!" ejaculated( On Irish railway women are much 9111.
grow, ; brought tome kindling and light ,wood, for the next occupant. It cost |2I for
that it is a waste of money to hip them Thou art still away. with which he soon made a fire in the Perry covering hit face. the use of one of these pigeon holes for ployed a* booking clerk, and in Dublin

here. They say one should bo patient; yet, fireplace.The "It' just about time it wa," Murch five yean, and this seems to be the shortest ticket are given almost entirely bj

It groping lost la night stranger took off hit coat and,"cst. rejoined. with hearties Intoleace. term for which they are leased A women
It Is generally believed, remarks: 'i'ou've given trouble cnought about who .want have Young lady teacher In such ds
Forever, can the foul forget and squeezed the water from them, hung man one perpetually ran are
Jr-tni Lttlit'i, that suicide annuls\ insurance The loveliness of light them on a chair, and addressed himselfto bat mortgage, and it's quite" time you It by paying |100, and if he cures to mand for wires in Dakota that it I I. ex .

policy. An exception to this( I sometimes think that In yon sky the drying of his extremities. The old wa set adrift on your travels. crowd his whole family Into the sense tremely difficult to keep enough on kind

rule musk be noted. In the United Thou art-so far from met man looked on in moody silence, and the "Leave the the house, JQU Icoundretl"roared and} hole he can have. it for the lump turn f to run the ichooli.

State Circuit Court at Kansas City, Mo And then, when I to God would cry, stringer-wa* compelled to make the first menacing Murch guest,with jumpier hit) fist.up angrily ,500. A bride In fashionable life ha recently
I advance Leaving the court I was nut stalled the
cry, instead to you; con Idea of having the wedding
'Judge Caldwell La decided a cue in O true heart, 'tis long to part) "A nice place you have here, should!! "And who might you be, my last'" ducted into the great ttorehoun for tho ring inlaid with enamel, In the midst of

wli'fblr\ suicides doe not annul. Under Apple boughs are gay, think. I aw it from the bottom of the the I latter sneeringly asked. bone of the dead after their lease have which appear a motto or posy.

t the law of Missouri suicide does not annul Sweet buds grow, blossoms blow; lull, before the storm came up." I! "I able am the and owner of to the mortgage, and fur, Jiplred and they have I been ousted by Lady Harris, wife of the Governor ol
am willing
punish
unleai it can be- shown that at the Thou,art still away.,, t "Who are 'oul" Perry abruptly cruelty to this old you their landlord from their tenement Bombay, I I. an excellent cricketer, and
asked. "Do you come bere on any bust- your" man. ",-... Th..C..p.et5U..wrakg11. --f.*.<. ..I.lw. .....1.. mlA. ,. .Mjfc
time of taking out of the policy the assured To smile, to jest, to walk my way- neat Have you anything! to do with And'JeiziDg the agent by his coat- and other piece of skeleton jumbled ceuful cricketing match recently held. r

contemplated: suicide. John B. Ob, that U not for me) that laical Murch who hat robbed me of collar with grip of iron, the strong man together in all sorts of thapc
Some year back, Miss Beebe, the
To lire till I him about[ like
Berry took out a policy in the Knight am old and gray nil my property I don't know, sir; perjape pun a top-damming and mixed up into one hcterogenou English suffragist, tried to aboUll. the
And ne'er him with force the wall
thy face to I no gentle against
see of bones rising in a slanting
I do an injustice but I have mass way word that Insteadthe
Templar and Maont' Lifts you ; woman, contending
r? Indemnity Thy voice! 0 Love, art thou a dreamIly become embittered against everybody. till the breath wa knocked out of his from the floor of the tunnel at an anglo human

Company doing business in that State. God ID pity given I'll ask you kindly, If you came here body; and then opening the door, he cast of forty-five degree to tho roof. Every ; other sex of female man."should be styled, "the

Th policy provided, a* all policies do, Clasp, clasp Die close, lent Joy extreme for Iscaj Murcb to leave him out into the wet grass. A minute thing wa jumbled together la the great 1
peace. t'
MU Carrie Bartlett I la
of the
Should the of heaven 1 1O eying later the crestfallen agent rose and limpedout one
that self-destruction would annul it. open gates "h and now." democracy of death. The bones of the I
true heart no more to pant > to his chaise tore and bruited and old And were'plled in and on one prominent preacher e>f North Dakota.
Judge Caldwell held that this provisionof "On my honor, then, sir, replied the young She from office into
humbled in It his first and stepped a newspaper
Apple boughs feeling wa
rested
are gay, other much another. The feet of men lu the
the policy was rendered null\ by the Sweet hula surprised at the question, last visit to I the pulpit. She la said to be uocesful
grow, blossoms blow, "I don't know anything cf Murch, and Woodhamptou. skull of "Women, and I taw a great-toe
laws of Missouri; and, though John B. W her our glad feet stray. I'm above spying for him or anybody. I The stranger reclosed the door and In the grinning teeth of what may han in her new field, and la popular with her

Berry committed suicide, hit heir must -ElixaMk IK fitU.i. lotto Tramcrlpt. camii into Freehaven, down below here, knelt beaidit the astonished old man and once been a beautiful girl About another Urge congregation.The .
took his hands. Chinese have that la
at
knit the bone of an arm were a uylnj
,recover under the policy.A. this afternoon, in the steamboat, and expected "
ALaiu SJ.' A CRIME to walk over to Wesllock before "Don't' you know me, father b* thrown almost caressingly, and logs and once amusing and rcu tlc. Referring
asked in voice "Will to the smallness of the feet of the
a trembling you whole and 'la bit
the rain came on. I got caught, and 1 arms, were piled up
E. I II
Gammage cuing a physicianof take back who deserted Chinese they "What the
women :
prodigal ion
made for the first shelter I taw, but if your one on the top of another like so many '
Grand Ripids, Mich., for $20,000 for It teemed if Providence had you'd rather I would go"- you *o cruelly! I never wa bad tones, and the whole, ghastly at It was, women have lost In their feet they have
a* deserted .
having performed an operation him at heart, father; it wa Robinson Crusoe, looked like the piled Indian added to their tongue*.
more
upon Randolph Perry in his old age and "No, no, interrupted Perry; "Iouldn't up
against his will. Gaumage WM to tig- terlr cast him off. For his was, ut'I'I turn a dog out into the storm, more than anything else, that made me corn in a crib than anything else An economical way' to trim a dress with
run away I've come bock now, after I had with in (this a black lace flounce is to buy the lace
dergo an operation for gravel. He was a hard lot. We do not often find a case much leu a human being. Stay till you my camera mo
of such great hardship In human affair are dry, and the rain it over; and that, I years' of wandering; with money enough vault, and 1 wished to take a photograph made for gown and to cut It up Into the
placed on the operating. ; table and every for, although he had begun life with the; i think, won't be before morning. I'll for both of u*. I've paid the mortgage, of It. There wa, however, no place on width desired, then hem the edge. Lace

thing was ready, when hiS nerve failed brightest prospects, with abundant I give you a bed." and I want to live with you here, at which to rent the camera, and I suggested through which ribbon may be run 1* very

him and he declared the operation off. wealth a pleasant home, a loving wife Finding; the old man but little inclined Woodhampton. My heart has been to the guard of the cemetery that he go pretty treated la this way.

Dr. Peterson Insisted upon going ahead and children, his seventieth summer to talk, the stranger bade iris host good yearning I've to you ever since I set foot la the get a board. He at once picked up a The newest )>attcra in India silk U

with it and endeavored with the assistance found him tripped of all ave the roof j night acd went to the room assigned to house; been ready to reveal myself a coffin from a little pile which contained palm leave, which take the place of the '
dozen times but it faltered ,
on my Up the mummies of babies and the
above his head, and seriously threatened taking flower and figure of the lut few telon -
of attendant, to administer chloro him.It forgive me now, father; forgive me, held\ it
under his
out while
arm
with the loss of even that. was then about ten o'clock. The mummy ( *. The background: ate of come
form. Gammage resisted. Two: police T-eDtlonK, weary year back his re I storm wa at it* height, and it continuedfor and let" us dwell in peace and forget the he propped the coffin on end and mad very dark color or black, tUewn with

man passing by were called in, and upon Terse bad begun in the sudden and dUtresaing an hour longer, when it abruptly put.Hi voice failed him and his head lank It stand level by putting a thigh bone these leave; four or five incites long.

the reCrelentatio being mad that the death of his dear wife; and this < irreparable blow after followed aroused the of the and Upon this I rested iny camera and succeeded London but admirable .
wa not
patient WM' insane, assisted, the doctor lOOn occupant roes, mill bent over him with ttretming eve, society, are more
by the elopement of hit daughter Annie, weaned with his stress of emotion, ho in taking a very fair picture Be. on that account. Triangular and
and attendant in him to fondly smoothing his hair and faltering
putting deep. fore I left I took a picture of this man
the pet and darling of his heart, with an took hit candle and ascended the ttairt.He God ha pointed> fern are concealed] under a
The operation was then successfully per- artful scoundrel with iham title had given me of Hi bounty when with the mummy labia arm and another of
a who BO heart for anything but bit I[deeerred Hi Father Its heavy mat flower and are morn
curse May
formed. When the patient revived it h ad probably left hi* native land across own dreadful misery; audits would probably heaven .my of him and his brother ghoul holding up potent at weapon than u additional
and earth
lOa on forgive
iny the coffin in which all the deadof
the tea The have the of municipal charm
wa found that kit left arm was broken upon compulsion. poor forgotten pretence a me." :
father beard ot her but once afterward, stranger in his house but for a ray of this town hare to brought to the grave. White chamois skirt( glove we to U

In two places, the injuries having been and that wa when the new of her suicide light issuing from the keyhole of the Carious Test fur Ability. yard. There are no hearse in this mountain worn for outing purpose These are not

sustained in bit struggles against the in Manchester reached him. This chamber which he'had bade him take. city, and the town ha fixed expensive the first place, and then If

aD stbetie. It i* for these injuries and visitation humbled him almost to the Randolph Perrr paused, and merely A well-known down-towe contractor rate for the rent of its coffin. direction are followed they can be

his lacerate feeling that ,he bring dust, and brought with it a sickness that obeying a sudden Impulse, topped and ba* a peculiar theory. It i* necessary for These coffin are to big that another washed.uccOllfull,. For hopping wear

I.it.I laid him prostrate for a twelvemonth placed his eye at the hole lie had not him to employ a great number of men in coffin can be put Inside of them, and the aatural color chamois lion i* very
and nearly coat him hi life. the lesSt curiosity about thl man, and hit business, and they mutt poiae certain they are carried on the shoulders of the comfortable.

lie rose from hi* tick bed and appeared his act was' certainly without motive. qualification in order to give eati- bearer up the steep bill. A* lOOn a* Black ilk benriett cloth make '
"A bright old lady of New York, has faction. First and foremost a quickness they enter the cemetery the coffin are a
to the little world of his acquaint But his eye had but tingled out hit guest beautiful summer drew for an elderly
suggested," chronicle the Philadelphia nice only the wreck of hi former man from the other object in the room when of thought and action i* indispensable. placed on a ledge or tone table and are lady. An all-silk grenadine made

Record, "that the manager of the hood. Hi first inquirie* were for Simeon, he concentrated hi attention upja! him Everything cite i r. subordinate to thi. opened, for the purpose, it I II aid, of over black satin i II alto a meet editable up :
hit boy. No one would him at with the He aw bJta "And the best place in the world td teeing that not more than one corpse i r.
World' Fair, at a matter of national answer greatest eagernou. gown. The coat or basque may be re
first they looked pitifully) at him and the table his back to the door find the very men I want 1* In buried in one coffin, and that the cemetery .
; sitting by lined by a vest or double ruffle of some
'pride a* well a* for the astonishment of "
restaurant laid the short time its full fee for
man
kept silent; but when be angrily demanded and the candle before him. Four or five s get every brlght-colored ilk.
foreign vUiiori, should make collection to know the truth, they were pile of bank note, new and crackling, ago to a Ttmet reporter.; corpse'
of American over one hundred compelled to tell him that Simeon, his were before him; and be counted them The reporter did not. tee why this Mexico City U perhaps the only Ladle who wear thin dresses will be
should be to and the man went on to in the worU where the street glad U know that the prettiest and most
had de. them all in place car
years old. longevity ,exhibition sucha only remaining hope, heartlessly over rapidly, replacing an comfortable underskirt in the world II
explain. the heaVee A funeral cost $500 ifat
aerted him during his sickness and oiled-tkia wallet beneath bit pillow: In are
at
that proposed would, in truth, bt was supposed, had gone off to lea Randolph a few moment more the light was extinguished "When in a restaurant," said he, "you all respectable, and in the case ot foreigner called the prince petticoat. It U, of

very much of a novelty. It might read. Perry did not die with this accumulation and the heavy breathing of tee a man take up the bill of fare and / the expense rur up Into the course, modeled a* its name.ssggests and

Sly be made something more than a passing of grief;; h* lived on in a the deeper was heard. spend half an hour looking through Its thousand This U especially whenit should be made of black or white Chin
silk with few ruffle the hem.
show to tickle idle curiosity It !hopeless, morbid kind of way; but BOone Silently did the listener gain hit own content you can put that person down I* desired to take the bodies out of a on
a* a man with no decision of character.The the country. If the friend of the dead The suit worn by little boy are very
should be made the nucleus of had sees biro smile since tie wa told! room; and a* he stood there he was' a
a special of Situ ton's desertion. That wa nearly man transformed I Could he have teen man who goes into a restaurant, are not potted all torts of extravagant frequently white, in ple( of the facility .

census of the centenarians, not only a* twenty yean back He had dwelt in hi own face at that moment ho must throws his hat at a peg and give the charges are Imupee4 upon( them, and the with which such garment become

to their age, but as to their habit of the house where he bad been bereaved ban been terrified at the fiendish pat waiter his order a* soon a* he i* seated I* estate of a Kansas nlliio'nalre named soiled, while when but two or three year

life, regular diet, etc., a* well as of h.&get ever since, with no society save that of done that peered out from it. He the man for me. You can depend upon I Smith, who died here lately, paid old they wear gingham, with high round
it, that man can be trusted to know 12000 for here. Among the waists, comfortable but not very wide
bowed thooldcrt haseyes expense "
of their Whether the the woman who attended to his small do straightened up hi* ;
progenitor mestic affair lost their listless, hopeless what be i* doing, and i II the proper man charge wa' one of $300 for embalming, sleeve, and kilted aklrU, and four yean

old folk would care to be classed This i beautiful mansion, standing high and burned with a baleful expresssisn light; to put m a position where decision: of and I heart of a case yesterday in which : we them in' jacket, with kilts and' t

among th. exhibits of the Fair, or op on a knoll that overlooked the tea, and even hi shrivelled, wrinkled cheeks character: i* an eIleDtlaIJuatl4cauon.: I a Mexican embalmer or doctor charged bin wait.Butter' ,

whether their nerve could endure the surrounded with spacious and cultivated flushed with the shame of the dreadful "If I were th I 13000 for preparing for shipmentthe making la advocated at an *c*

burly-burly and the-gging excitement ground, bad been purchased by Perry tin with which he was truggllng. would submit all my officer to thi body of a Frenchrern who died eupntioj for women. To be tore, U U

from such tumultuous of it* previous owner, who wa his For Randolph Ferry meditated murder crucial test before intrusting them with" here. __ usually the farmer' wires who make, .
inseparable scenes, any important separate command*. butter now, but there it till for
friend, and upon whoso assurance that With this horrible resolution formed, room
questionable. But if they could be the place was unencumbered and free the old man rapidly proceeded to its accompliabment. Nose Y rlt 7'IIMI. Next year all students in St. Petersburg women who are obliged to take cart *t

got together in such a convention the from all legal claim be Implicitly relied. la hit bureau drawer Russia, are to have their beads theiatelve to undertake the industry

turn total of their experience of this lift That friend had died penniless two lay a sheath-knife eight inches In the William K. Vanderbilt hu built the measured.__ llmoft everybody prefer sweet butter tu

might be of much tervice in many way yean after; and BOW, a* if h remove blade, which he bad never earned since biggest hen house In this country spendIng Brazil' export for laU art etimat tale, and this, to be 'good, require to be

to their: junior" lawn ill dreary existence: the but ray of t boyhood and opening the drawer heart 1190,000 la the structure. at 1200,009,000. made dally. / (


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Ofljca on HUMMM! Mrat. ni'$r l .'lItl't'. --+' -- ... I J Tocacco I

8l' 4CfiJT1u 4 K\Tt* Strawber t heard that : -
'. you mate an LIKE The only tnduntrbd PuMtoalloa InUieBute .
$
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: Annum M IoM. ::: ::: :::: : :: ::' "::" : poetry '" b'1'b nt Jhe debuting Ui"bVa. Fresh Bread Rolls, Pies and .
"ADUNCI NAtsinrhetMf! ..r AieInK. kete It wtll tvorjvttU I
t.rd Iunil lti>'1 .( '.-/1I"'I'II "I ayiIP,alk.n. IcaJklreriHnf Mh.gt'rl-1'11t" rh red me when I nat Cakes Baked Daily. I..t. 1-::
/ wiitv rate jwr II'ueV M la wwklyAa *.n.-lirovklyn I Life.H : A I II And will more C9 than any PuMJ"tl.m

D ( you grow la the State, .

\* eipcMlte jour tktttw fadtrati that "' ,,", I Parties at Short

,.arA.. milMmptlnii li die. _Did your f utter vorimnt to my callua MULE Supplied fat. We the Monthly, JI OIpII;Trmuw, ft per aaauni; ,
.. supply
R'LWAV: RyMBLES. every eveiiluKfHti Notice.Headquarters Hirtel.lepe. kxt.: no free fiwiura*. y
_yea, tliedparolt thing! and promMid FLORIDA OAZETTGBR.PtUtkt .

The niinihrr of paanMiRr-rn tarried by all i In the to week Uk l nwi tda to .Ue-lJfa.thtnter four nlchu If the Store with tracte( at factory Fl.. ,

the railroad In t"e..or1 day. It.1L-rubiWer State Directory.

Tb New York, J>ew linen and Hartford "W hat thInk you Ba..t of my drew?"...he a.W. which deal Tackle. Notions, otc pri es.* :
"I've you ---- -- ,
If -
foonmnj M being the Jenny freight cur tint on tonight --

Coupler applied to all the freight cure on To weloonw >on." The )'oul4 ",&>!Iud. J. J. RUTISHAUSER jl j\\
tbe "It Munui to foul all right."
rum) [KELLY & BBORil'I1J
Colonel T F Dake. who l I. at the hero -Ckwk llevlowHie does not keepTOWN -_ -' l j

pf the Northeru I'aclfle lyntem. I I.. forty k"tvniMyivaiiiH; aniiual'report; oliow $

f earn old and Ix-gitq hU rntlrond experience that the INtiiiiHjIvKtiUt.riilMn Inclulm ijO: Pool and Billiard \ ( t'ale Grocers. ::fti: I .

aa a rO ielan. corp<>rmlonn all 7.OIS intliM t>f ritllrtMkl e
...
The leading rnilronda of Hump: wiltfdopt aud Front! The grow earning for IRK : Ante my ;kenf;for \V. 1.. I)l'.IA. lahan. Z
a ipttem of atM,'ant' time the name were I1S.I: .Kt.i"; exinm. tSWnV and 1 ALIT TI A'J"'ly .<>]l. If not .r".r sand.nia far In ce.aletnr.Tale f l "l't".re k y.rrAnrlrr Ike.Peres. ,,= ....

$n principle M thai uwl by the rnllrnudaa bit narnlugH, f41l1.A,7. --- -_ end art them for bar, ..... Q)
thla Th cononwloiiitin of the tr-1 'VKt. NO bULMTITL'TE.rlte .
country. Tnpblobampo hbt3
1 nE.\Llm IN ALL KINDS OF FANC1 e .*.. .. a F
rAllrOlkI
The paltlnior ant Ohio company hAe h"e.I..J..ltal the forfeit rwiuhed) OBACCO.TAKE ) S ... .
w ..d WF
by law, and thro U .. :
ppened a new alueptnic cut line hrtwcrnWMhington Perry pn.b Ullty that OC& Q .32 r yO
and MemphU that rot era I hefilaUaoe thus. 1'01101"11I )OI1fI.l I..- built. IM tlt Mexican ffines LIQuors and (Cigars.Cur tr i :: :

In eleven hour guvrriinn h Very anximu to have the f 5" .
IIIMJ oimi,M#>\. end hiu. granted It Idwrulcon.nntetune. .1 Fourth (tIlCl61 h S(s. \ !
Thomas Drake, of llliowll. Pi, who lineIeeoatwndyctoronthePttrshnry ....'\ h) la n .$ e q..;.:. tio.3.
.
( ,eudI, r
lluoix now hint I""I..r rrullwu nltl..110. Fernandina Florida, i .8 $ !"l : .'
twllevllle, now part of the ""lIlmo"IIR,1 1 1phto. .. O ,... cI
for thirty-five )'el\r, I lee Un rvtiretipn than any' olltrktiUt lu the Union-U.017utllix. NO ------ r (? .. oJ
all Hie nruiu mtritlnriit of oil DNHU I t:. 00 .. c/J.. -a
.
pey.The
during th. )'*vkr of IfW were Sit;OOl.Iia\U iII tyWHY 0 J.< ) ..
tonicmt elerplnn car run I U now mate ALBERT tit1 .s
Th iv were 1'tJ.'iO: employee| who were SUBSTITUTE.HARRISON'S jlAIBER q fES "C.aJ'J: -0 "
the CAaaU"R t'aclla!\ front Muhtrrnl to
pn aW during the ,
1[ year II"I..rl nod wngun tu ,!, JJ
vaaooitvrr. For seem the l"nflt",1 run wan Urn Hiu..uut of tiOTiit&.Xi. : II! 18 THEww A g rr. r .A
from f t. lx>til. to the City of Mexico Thvptnadlan -- -- -

ParlUa uOl'W.o' lu mileage the -. SHIPIIKS NEWS. Corner 4th and Ash Street L, DOUGLAS(
PC Ixrak line 200 milt. ,
G3 SILO Z tfr JMI'N THE JOB
Pr W J. Oitlbralth, ofOtiiahn, IIIIH held 8"1'1110" (IK _. Ji OFFICE
the.fflo iof dlvUlon nnrKfjn of tbe Uulon At low eater. 12 tort; .t bug) water lH! fv<*l. ---- ----- THE .BEST SHOE. IN, THrtWrir' FOR 111.. tilHHt 1
Ulna nlm r :
:141 a.ll.a.ien
PadfUrond. forsorrrul. r""'" pjwt Me hut. IViK 'fA ULY.'lItr"ll'ttRr }oDEALP 1M o{ hurt the lrr\; '.'',''' f tile Jln..elt.1-.( line colt. >ti lt.hand
Moently teen apiwlfilrd i....III"Rl..uJtl.oll. of (\ l Tlino MX houra aluprr IhnuJnitlttloUtlUH "T&C"Is r.-v. bud d' nu r "" ..,ft... wit -'OF
< -
.. THE-
All kinds of L flea 4 .
Wines qnorsj EecrAni oradr any r vianuf Kf it r it r qualm' Saud..nwrdeh.w.dw(1 .
whet -tem.auccee4Dr.IfriRerrreigne.Lfib. !: fr h. 1"11"AI ..
e p_ <|uajtn lufoin )iu"Hie *HI hintafter ewe 'UT." $5.UOiifvMl. 'Mnudxrwrd: the'erred calf l

I" at Omaha InHimd of Denver Jul 9>. ............... 8:OT a, m,, and lItIIl'o m. (Cigars: H ii...rt.' July 1M.. ............. V:.' e. m, nod V 47 p. .... t h.e. ran cell
The New York Central and Hu.lno*River July tl ...... .......10 IM .. m., cud It):4V p in PAINT- V'e..tyU.hram0wtabl..u.i: ; ; \dur.ble.. Tuebro1 t Fernaiidina NewsIs
lUllriMd company. lute lopte'
ayetemof automatic electric Mink ..l ;n July t'I....... ....... .:ti.. m.. and toW p. m J" follre >'li'.-| Our enre. ("llrv t.. protect ta.. must d tni -ruua. 1,1.\ ....... on J ily. JJ...,, .. ..... ftIO\: e. in. and 1:31 p nuljT .. all hours of tho andlA'IMtUrranalw.ulbrm.netell; .. I
] 11'6.. ... ... ... ... ell. ttUti < lo: day. ManJrlqaipaua' le.lln l hoary tune wlaCute u
fbe roaik TheI1II1)nl IIIM hewn trjlnjhme lit : I' tu.KNTKIIKO on Scores of Buildings in _. lilt 10 *Ujf". | klxnaLt at rarloiM 1,11.._ fur wtvtriTntuotha : -- Hffkt, 3O flu* rails tio. Ntu r ah.e ever. o uil n trial will I ruutluve
poke tbuM
pant, and hiw irtorpud. them an Iw July lIB -llr 8 R. r'>im lrld, Hjlllvnn M.U..Ioo:. CENTRAL .*his wait a h, for; rm ifort aa'I/*rule*.
the nervioeXMglaa .hla. r W. tUrxlutlL FERNANDINA.Every FLORIDA $2.1.0 Barf SJ.\VerklHiMaaa *bn .
)'DC aatUtactorjr to July "-S. K. Mete of Town. N. Y, Nulkwr. are very .u-ouif and iturabl TbiM* wbo
railway ofllcUU, after three)'re rft Jill *!-8. 8. tried.. Kmihiiul. N. Y.. K: I.. I iars KlTun I l.t"or: .will wrArutfuthwmak.. well selected
stock
R. R. for
LukvuUUNf houso which the tJ OY8 hit rich tbeywlion ,
loTvaUgatlon, refiort that under unit upon wum h* l>or> TI r i
no..1I.tt't tliilr rrr11. I lacrc>a noire ftbuw. ,
rallwa tig
fila p.*1 elfmunaiaooea fat jtf'ry oeer the one anrnye nutty' of track, Jul': :: lent WMtmort.. CUAbman, "T. AND C." Florida Trunk Line Ladles .Is.OI?: orula>> Ila.d.nrwed. ver1.IikidwM'mark. ituv. boat I
.
r ft Hen,410 UU t4 MuDartelcone...... rrr.aut4.uOUMKl.
....>| (... M Iwo eat mwtllflbVbta pea Mkt July KU .fV.lir. R. F. U Hartley, Chaw,, NewYork [.dual C 3. \R.Ott a.d Ml Ti aho ln. I I all kinds of cominer.
.....,., deetrtiqtloo ut trer.k IIC1lnuU'" llmklfti' JU, 40\1.0118 ft. SHORT LINK to all poUt Ia butt, Middle and Mlw.ar.at.l..tnw tIc_.... tirli...aaitilorabU. I
jr* tbe whole wofU to about l.KJU.OUO Jllly ll-tI. 8 Ifiaa. William...N. Y. Mallory. has been used is a convincing Weal Florida Mobil*. Raw OrUaae and. Uw ('..,1...__ aai Vt. L. yowler cure a" 4lanMawp .
July it-Jim E. WuoUhouw, IKxiiflai Curaioa.a5arr aoehwnd. fHract Ueaa.*Ua* to all ..lat* : oallMknimwvf Much I ..
pI1.a1.d411y. ft, XUvU t Bro.alua. IJHUUaATLap .Mont./t u4 Morrkw.k W. U iVVvULt '. cial! or general
A wry toes ruoIMttoiore \NIl niceutA r iAIId on tLe argument that as TIME CARD IK XTTKCT! MAY It 1W1 told .y J. a T. KVOO. I

aud Oiilu! l>f a ..(HM&A| train It July II. ",). r C. Yamrll, *...,U, New York, '
true: 1nkN.ne ra4 town
eels
Mie Itemat
taa from ItilaiWJpUa la ClnUtUMtl lufttabUen I .uvllwtIrvinhome0..h. claim "there w meet et *i..U>iMa. Unto[ toward JckiaTiUroad I i? :T* i > m
boun cud twrutytwo' mltiuUn, i* P4Rr.J' we up U>* agora at right A _........ / .IWNNNIN. ININIIINNI*{ iv o .
tho ) mile bating; (MM.n nw\n In fun 8"hot iwr John X Drown Brown. Jackaom,. DOCTOR KMttUMt,
r
beet W lluiklM4 : L_ I 1 ?1 RN r-r4: wnO.oafNN.t'
|MMU and fourteen 1I.IUllkttlndudllll( nluatofMk e h.xm.'r n V C H..rtl"y, ('bens, :Now IxjnJoitu None Better." .YyiiutLr'Nnrndhur; r i6 p I4... avid' = U.u.e.aie. .e4i
In aoiiia r.WH! : a .I|tool of wjvcDtyallea (Vniciry. Fckm"lu & Co, I q yI I II rt a L. CaU..aa .A.r I"I' 1 3CJoa ()e ..u, .
8 | aa boar wee uot<'d. HUUMHI .r Alible H Ubwn.Fraxk'f;, IIIII1o'lvbl.. r U "III'I"'! L. Jnkem.dle Ar I WI! I' .IiIo: I PURE ae. W ht.rtu .ltIa fIe
fluid I at JaokiHttivUlii, ;a';vHUHKiner 10 II"IUIJ! 101." H&Isww L. 1 ova 14(... ....... old Ia &eIoIu4 tor k
The Ko iolk and U'rHtcru'n new pnaiteneer Mar L Crosby.WNU.u.al Ituladel- 1117 1171.Ar Marte A.r 11481 4 ru PlfiKPILLS. 11.4., '- AnMrtwlor (t*. Ck<{ .
aUUon M Norfolk, Va., will U" 800 fat.1 ,pule I to Itunlru& CoH.lwiuiMr + 1114$! t1101 Ar itawthurne LtUr41e dttalwIa =i .rfrog four ImiimUt. or* .
Kannlo WliilraMA 1 Cunbmau, New COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION. 1Wp1Ar I Clue I.' Wile i 40aI ...eaw. e. HUOltu .e, > *
Jooa four trncka. TbQEl'I'n
sod will rouUin
..... l .. ; A NSff ANn MODE K. OUTfIT. .
York, .f I 111 .Ar 8U..rlll'rtnp t. 4. Na.4. 1. '
p
will abw erect a local! frd/C"t Mclir.t ) ulrilecklA. WBIk.J VQlfy, N.. York. KobInwrn tS IU a'' 7 44 p Ar 0.:1a: el a I toile ...........................NIIN VIIINNI.ti .
round botute and cur HhmL At t ft Mt nb. + "'< "\' 1Ulp.1r: il.eioeo fI..a. ... .
\'. IVInt a new engine hmmo nui ""brJ. IM* B WoodhouMe Duuglan, JackaonKlnK /f1., 4$3 r Ar Isreburl L.I'S III 11 For pale by N, (t, Uonjamln ft G>
nlh Vrry. -. I t'I. I e I' A. .Taveow 10. l b -
_.
pr uile.bop.etlllebuliL at uilnjrt'e Tbetxwtof Ilnt wUl foo theImrHvreoxnu I Ncir W II DUUaklry" : New; York, CooiwjKikiitvinftOo .-, FRED W. HOYT U.1HL !!-.lwl. / _71u1' --- - of job typo and a good ,due

,
1101.t WUdwmd
pLv
pp Ui |tSAXBREAKS). 'Bclir Ni lie I .;Javne. <'hr M. K. lUiwk y, JYo.kkuo.. B.w
Cole 1Mpf Ar plant r'
inW
." l'fly .A.a 117.1 1i. r of block ahd c6lored Ienablcs '.

Of FASHION ..Vtiirft. n11o'NlIIWI'b: A: d..Iphla.too"A &coI.o i .t.w... .116... y'ar I ..Tarpon Taule bpricg .l.ou..... ....f. pf 11tat' '
k.Ij.I!i --- I '- ': t. .. ..
N. .U.oiw'-.f. Now lurk. r. Co & I M 'tf --.ia.--.rrTII3: ; eCSI .: :
'I'Ar O.liw TiU. Arfl_ O A 0
WOCDHa '.skid lrr Rirurea will accepiure & r'l\r\ 1 us Upturn aut'weric'
; Joha M Brown, Brown, Jatkaontlllv' 1 1116 Ar CWug.y; .L.J' 10 ItNOlI.
pab &*.. the !o-&eooC. ",..t.itJdfAJ rrr..e. Buck i :
lalthebaek.Cap Mthr: R F U lUnl-r, ChaiM. New kviMlun, 1f o THE MUSIC HOUSE>i OF FLORIDA T aunt I drily. ; I cut I' d..ii1P' '
I' (!oMJIIO y. EtkiU-lu t II: tXBchr >. I..r. 1dI111alip'\\1'''lilt' .bd .J' ""II.Ul, :satisfactory toll\ moat fastidious
white
.. cue coil
cull hoea o Mary L Cnwhr. WUllumii. ,rblladulphla. III'fl. tad Ttmpn.FERN.ANDINA -
wbrto '*.,.... are the pauper. uumpleiucu y Blames, .kd.aetn. it AND CtHIILULAM:: ROVTKSo a
o dromre. ,hr >...,,1.. \\liitUKU+, CiwbniiUi, New lork,, e.
OOMDK 6 :MoM : rueparecwiea. No.01 Nu ( ..
tJl tl""L : taste .'
Taffetas are used for everything,from !r" .we! B. CAMPBELL ---p; i- c\a'Lv Jackaonrtlle Ar)Tiip '(I-lIla YOUR SKIN'2::
to itnd all
fV.fnlnte) ,10/11
peitloouU 1l"'III g IW|':II Km lAt, ritaiilma. LTllVp. T *ii. {
UM line, Intwwn. "fuix.y estate, frilll;. I '', 1n>).,,4! HraiiKKkk." _L!, Paw : -
'GovDQOe end tlulug.l.Irenewrvutfebric' .. T- 11 Oup' Lr r dine.Irk All 110.1 a tp1
).b.y ere wonderfully l yflevttva GOOD NEWS Jacksonville Florida. :top Idie Ar Mada I.v fl 10erp I CenCs4utlo1Tr BLADDER
\r A.IIILI.II" i.vlteq.llnI ", ora trri!E nASREPUTATION UUZ': A
"A half down vrtU to cite bonD,' Nil i "iu' { I lisp A. o."u.w.'Op I... 1.-11. 01'1 Arc they diseased ?
f.t.. Part madhiUw-black bet eiubMlderviwkb : a 1'p. I Ore Ar 1,0..111. I.. 7184 7N.aNp I* a quMtloa that affect It!..
.
rosebud fur the ctreel.; pelt lllao "ndplAD' FROM BOSTON. I .I4i Ar n..ln.:1 1., Iiopf.1: Through th* .'OIIUIII.th....your.....
t carry the lantwt stock la rout Atlantic atate ol '4i& (CpAt 1014.01* Lr, tlale t041 the flood
"
tiuLa of tUo Bat tneHlied net far 7 t.r1 OOJ.At l..t "K'Y' 1llr, t I of lbrna ary.u4V .

F iMtikeuor; wblc aol gray for Uuy WOK COTTAGE URARTU: In the bee ,.e"rr*'.cl .i>.-.. l+udarnwkdli'buq. rxecpt : "MIII'.sIlJ1C. (Ylwidrldy4lr
With fllQCYOUct.a.. THE f Hu".s..). Monday: train. leery. Juk. _.. \ I Wogrhil
limpjizine puhli..l"ooJ. and we .
Eaqoloall.el cool lookl ngdrcnkai art road. hare niudr, ouch arraniirtiiitenti that w e PIANOS & E Ft __. IoWa ie.e.eFrrnerllnaCalp." mate.L1cu1w11ruA.....Ituute wrlvr coimt'tiun Jaclvini I Cues), For being generally promptly -

.dorgs.dleduttalwith.& LluvU and nm.I can viler, a jtara .ub.criitiou to it to "w pmt(00 p. tu I-ulliurn nWping uir 1:,.utiiu M.I SPGOLDSIDO&mpW01 DE RFJL. Ct1U co
pew a bliM allp. Mouontllua de lalc |In tU IxHllHTlllu
any kubm-ilUr tu our CULUXbUd llA
p.am wbtte strewn with 1'arnta viuUU loal'r.The | Jii-L' T I ? FfFt'T ii : 1onp : rose SALE tlY ALL DUtCGlSTS. on time ivitlT work when

make* one of U most tgorliye and due Cottage Hearth Is targe. 73Ou'L.'' Ja.keisiIU. P.11. 1PAId r
a .
32'II1\J e
Na NIS Iwldeia
tin
ArTy
JoIe of uaiiuer gowun. beautifully illustrated in KHiino. will 1 17.4a I ......IA' 4.... CII, L. I.1'1 119: M. I 1/NN.11.IINIINII/IIINIIIININ/NNIIII.III promised; And tho reasonablent -
Aa odd little hnw.rici hat L< of cann ry ton doiMrtuiontd irond full of 1.rijhL) Tom tuoalo1aaAr kinetic. t: Iol ) so I .
BAD
colored lull with stories ORGANS III $i a(Ar Hiiwanniw I. [. I4Up Ito > BLOOD I1
sparkling gold: end tICII' music, fain* work, fa.ililoim, roctipto > 7 aUr .
M 11 M
a l MadlauutMalXMp.L
47a J'tJIIjIl.ua n. rAGe
.. (,into Ue khape of a huge 'liuttertly. It .ban and prize ]>uuie" fur ihildr 1 ; i' M mt.whoIMp'Ar t ::31I ; 450tm a .1 yL. I I a of !prices has won<
t a deouratloo of buttrrflle/ UIHUWH! at tb e with an ehtgut'tCoforcb a40a lallahaaM LT 140). .a r' ...'. : M a11LV.
pack, with their yellow wings locked wit h c ../. I II p'Ar KlvirJuuUtoa Oulncy l.vlouop 'U rjj" IfiOditei ; .ot T htt4 Bore I ,n..t nIB
Lv I
4MpAr
p014 and. ataDdliiK tlM upw'nrd. ITOhi1111. Ar IV-nnaniU LT i ltl.l Ion 145||' EatLi B101w) I us recognition from tho pub
New fh'enob aura", coq more fanelf all art (print killni, nanjmi, nullani Ircordwona Antot arjieStrbika ..... t114r: Ar >>..1>11. I.* 110.. ...... Odd la a.I B4Br a a 1
1 8Unvt" luunie. small iiutruuwnla inn j Oil a .irjiew Url.win LT d uf50aAr ... '
MM winter) thotter and than cut thomi dowu worn all round during th.. th" froutit'I'I'C! : and at tlio nfruUr: trice. eaumtlwru lure: an>r\u,'tI.lnlC prm'a and etrrythluic tuuiUud at low. .:':: Xooltuwrrp t ,.- 9 a.yl. 1. '. .-.-' ElreMontkeeLlpa Ifi. .:.... rt_l ...t.r iI lic and brought us the Ur
are
tOil .. ... 1111. A' lIInnnalthllU& L. 14u, .. r aay _.
.. well all folded! away In front ovrrgulmp. a >$1.50 a J't'IU'.11I very ron-K>nalk', We offer liro* Weber ... .. 11111.\r 'hViib'tTl'l.. 1.r 71N.p I .. ... {
and vektot coutrontlng maUrU,. how ever, tt give the Cottage Hearth! PIANOSw.l.q Morria. .... r-aAr IxiulTlli ItUioiUCWalAr .. I DOCTOR ACKER'S I gent share qf i '
...,. patronage >3our
..
fur wio year to coy OliO ,110 will *'Curt! Churl n Itl L..115a'| | .
TUe effect U youthful' coil ..uttrcctiviTb.pno.t Farrand, I .
very Votey aid I ENGLISH .
a $:.60 HubNcriiitiou fur our "'>IH'r, or ho a RG AN S TsapAr Nt.G.ulr yr 7ri (
""iooal.l.I..III1.l dreamw are | M : Chk-aica Cutlati :::::: D Ida Ar Chicago Lr 461.: :. I J
putde of but trlllUullne! nbadlug from will Far vp heir salicriptim to the I s I".rrrrl n-comnwud the Halui. Broa Piano;+ auRANrrs'atcrsaovil:; '- BLOOD ELIXIR line, ':'
end 1 awl Vutcy Organ* aa fumuJiinK th* ..
olive tlua to .Un ----
fo yore, rte, ntylld
INwt value (if Inatninraut made in the world i
any LOOD .
FERNANDINA I K\VS : \YNYREOAJItJJflI '.
ahepbeidii' holds end Ituglleh.era* lu dull! The >.aikt V. rxmmeu be late I9vlcr>an4 .i ., .,.
bade* of ;plue or gray Sotue of themLave put In It..lulnutt-e by any liuulllitrnt" lo 11... Foot TT nt wwrrarrl It M did irm .'
lucY >F Itooh count with prluvwupacka For one jiar, and CO cenU additional tinker l laat and are In vry uturrne tct recoirnlavd ::::::: N lea t: JIC.t Ir/ule t=i 7lvy; :::::: (;-.THIWU- 4 mat Wll Uw l you aMiWa UiU u you*. aUoa rwi at.r..&a Urn fclwd*I .. ;'.. :
an tbe In the United O4"rLv L .
btate Lake .
iwxnn : sty laIirp: oro flrl 10. ante
aDd deeply ilanbed ..kidsNew.ktrtabaveytght.rama tASY Tt-RMS : |1U monthly oe d ..., JrYxu ? ;:::: an 1 M.y r.ta:: Io.I nhM(.J.. .

giving the Sample copy sent Ficc CA"$l on..organ.".aa*luatrumnit till' paid Junt on think iiich ul terail Jr--Wtmen tin ::::.::;;:$1ap:r..f. Ar YaWveta Mncun t rlt:;: nt:::::: 5::.t. .pdeu.e.M tram etI. ViM.. :'":::". m ot I).i.e. CALL bti THiJNMWS ..' ;'r'

fullneaa away at the top and giving tb"littlfweepor than ordinary awl Huud fur Yatt C.Tours. w :::: :;a01u1IAr:!, Lei; 71Uri.p1a1;:'::.: fi:.ard. tu w11t.a. W*tl r t=Nl.1:
awloc out at the bottom On ipphcation to the Cottage hearth Co.. ... klM whet ""'MlIn..tJ::'want and yoUl ,1/NN/INIIN...'......r.........,.... O1 13' X.VIn.:
pam U directly, in front, another In th: lhvtou ilniw. For further t'artknilars. tMbtnytl1td full lute will aw Hoc L 111.10 daily ;
middle. of the back and the other* rootce.between. d Adlrtrd JCRNANOINA NKV\S. tunUh yew I hare nutne UK barcaMt Int Information, ratM and tieteui,,. local For Mia by N, O 13 For
Tbeaktit the Hand tceut E. O LukoobUU rrreandim. Estimate. .
.e ly a w dal }"maudiua.I'Ia.GOOD Sc oud Pianos alit OrgansBwod --<
IM and U ten feat in width at the Lotto m. Only;; line runnlue;; Pullman bullet )M>I lot can

A rather uncommon way of one cent to a poetal cam" all write for botwneu Jackiioav.llu and Now 0.......... Mt arranging run OD train No I and I. Taint II and 10 have. a_ _J' ,_
lo, flounoc U to feitoon flounce iou rau bt Information. A. B. .CAkirBKLU local aim-ping put betveea JackaouvUle and lai-
y.n4long twlo acroan the front of thaklri FARMFOR .--- ----- Ia"-- .
flnt half way down and then n mtneedtfeof I.'b..p roundtrip excurvlon tlrkcU& now du aW
to all r->o-t. lit tlw Initial mate. lewd
to return -
the IUt Each flounca full JOHN SCHNEIDER ... November I laul
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f fOlD the edK. of th. bodice at the tack -

podia. width U kblrred. on a 'ribbon along SAL ] TWk.M t o/Hoe. 'lC Nl utONToareN cncntr" IUupr.llogan.

MM edge of the bodloft.Pagnlara !
Depot tout of IIupiui Ktaiwt. JaokanoAille.
ari galolng, ground but aiowly. Fashionable Tailor. A.uTltACPOltELL. O n. Pack Ajrt.
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Several different IIJIs are wow In u.... oofpf -
which \. a kind of Watteao drapery entbj TIllE ODE.L

blpa, auolLer plalu rbinfJ bwuln.tbe 467 Acre of Rich ,Hamntock: land.

mrende'beginning a' fewbeade thickly uoodcd with Oak, Grip Large pine i of Samples fo
and detpening altnont to jAlrt hew and U)prttm. TYPE WRITER.
while for thin alllu and foulardu the pannier for Infants
and Children.!
and suits
are mad of a rounding ptoco of tUk 20 acres cleared; dwelling Spring gununer .

ahlrrod hi tl. edg of the bodice-with q I
Jlttle upeUndlag-fril .. and out-houses. j-OA wilt tHiy the ODELL TYPE WRITER. "CaatorUb. coven adapted to fhJUrao that Oarla emu CVHo,n MilinHiieL

EPICUREAN' Large Va::eti of BeariBE Fruit Trees s .QUty'i OU fUn4, orer Pcwtof! t e. *..ni OJ with)"Hi II'.7char"Ner.cadP157.*wurruitcdUi utn'I.A .:. 1 .U.T tl nuTk.. Bin.Itany ,..ie. kiumutom Ir It..IOUJIO'ri..r"&b11'r.-rI't.LJa** KA. Aaceaa.11.I)., klla loom{tuntuarh'ore...,.grew IHarrtK uldup a,.Krw M4 auutt pnuloto, ... !{j

" }1\.clIW--: ;ill find mull etatrtutnat G VUlUbuw*lKMJOTf With M HA*:LTT', w.rs: Ill k"'at.0r4t1&-,Bruokiyu, y,y, w : ..m-aMloe.
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Some.I&hr people t t todjy .:".,. 0.- N1w.i oftU, wW"h aN illllt wh.t.htol ..t r' pui-* than aur utltif nuw-1....",. Ha uu kit rib t i
paU U tU Mntu ." tuelou 1 19 unit from Ftrnaodhia. 8 tulle fromUna rant Km to but jer tU op ratur, It h >M: aukr*r IU"Tk OMTlla* twe ot'Cttatorl.r...all..W1I but U M narnrwl ash i Far aewrel yen I fcae _m,ili4 .
Tuu nkk-l |4at .l 1.erf>-ct ui.I aUu4 c xl tu. all au tc 0am a work your'QaMotia.aaj deli al.-ay. eueilnne lcaoMM .
Fruit B Uh, learned men "y, U more. U) 6L )Luol',. cattle rauge, klmlaof tytaegtuet. LU A p-illuir i.re*t. It U aupeivrxNiatVjB 10 ndoiM It. lew are the U aaaktramur fr<&K f* **uUbwui \
b* find U auouiMf thaa me...... Ip ipita fit! the rush of job work f>n.. pruiluae. (.arj>. rloait. V,tlbW way..wrirleg'. Two iiibiliKiH>l (reaefa aiulUee"who. do aui kwti CaatorUwitUa .
I"OOPi.. ,. flurry lava.fVbly kUntlj knit In utock. the NJwlJ it prepared or U"u out it who .*,. **i n a lulelllK1 prnnio can bvcota a ,pper u>r In two TT>I. p.D .
uffef tnn Bdic *Uo.. M UUuru. ABarqainforSlOOO to fill 1 all outsetl j'roinj'>tly. cheautraud ). dayik Vkeoiriwlieuota tee oixmtor who tan. L reap Nye-Vtrtdlly. .I*' &petu4 ....:
() with good tatlnfaclion to patroo l\.tworll\ ol the Double C**. 04.11. aM BMaidoda4 1, p''Y OIfJ
M.oyo, the called o.w kind olio :: j and iiaUMfneo. wanuxl. cpeolal
raniar simply Ili4 odglnal UaJ utderrldlculoua Induceiunntk to Dw...*. r .

tlandeL -. \ Yfthout' except ail who have nq slew J'luupUut; jivuif Ud-jntOHiaU. ,t.., ad.pDPLLTYP Tea c-r_ Oumura, 7T ......... anan Maw Tout

A.g/ol7ispl.wlpar./ abau4ond: coffee for JLddr.M R., care N;w, tunes, |>iud thutr ulcTiptiou,. will& find an X I' -- i'

braakfMt.and driOk toA Ukf tU ''reel artjiof : .l1&fk'oPI-'OMito. their. uu.ice. on. !tho. margin Wt17R! .CO.. i. . : P.t' -' ..
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I THE'FERNAKDIKA' NEVi LOCAL AFFAIRS. Hcv. B. Mwoith. lrNi.fin.lM'r ol i IT : AY IS :C.P. I Baklan'a At.ICA Silr. YOu. CAH{ "S manow I!

I -- __ the Jacksonville Oiatilct of tt... )[. E. The, fleet Salve in the tt rid for title

I rZ1XAN.DtNA. FL.V., J" 23f 31. AdewtI.m.st.te..alplhiIbisedutua.t I ; ; ; ,;; ; church (colored) It expected here on C. b'F. Sili to t* Abet to ltrulre. Sore..tTlcr, K'ilt' Rheum, Fever ('"" .. Btjr11 '

I I Ifmflr.il liiwrtlnn, Vt* *ut>vqiM Baturday d9! and hold the rond
fallowed or |* TOURIST HOTELS Rrl'ati.mi tm fcmg contract Apply, rat.rate tr1Rl. quartcrlr conference at 8 p. nt. in Trinity se a"allnab News of T1I! t I .t1tr11 l'uirt. or n" 111& "'I'.w.h '. f. V'/ry Goods,.,,. iV .

y'1 i cliurth. All im mtr are ro' uente.1 I am* the following! whirl indicates I.. iriiiknintw-d to att.-p 1'erf .atlttfae- 10" iye" \.\;..-
Atttt ROOM: Forth*Summer lJoar.1it Tim NEWS SI cent it an nth '
aw Lalatua M .abloll.\t-e. to I* prossnt J. F. F.lliot.Tlie : tlu oft repeated I'"porI" again ou thin or inoiwy nfundtil. $e 'ttftW AClatlirifb +
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Uix For Nile by N. U. 11"1'jTrnom : : ,
IVfrigtrators at Clark & Loftu. Ilt'r .
Nfl. N' Hl "'I1"', Frtptlitrei, Amelia ftlver Packing Co hare- rsmpagei| V Co.THE= ./I SIOCsiwJ.

l .o.: o. iTt: LTTCN -*i- oIfUUUt"tt.'REM :'- "--- The floating dock ID now tx-rnpMoJ. I ,J\.t'J. It* shingle mill and I I. fluw erfctU I lotlicr railroad from Savannah to a. '. l1' c iU( : .

ty AND IlFAI.ERM f( Wall peter at Clark .t lx>flu. in a shed for it. The cypress beakswiU 'jl" )i\1\t'* in Un Imo.lwct.or ) tlivie|) : pareloon, rumoniiiJiuitrt riRST $BVSI1TO' or bSATll. O < ..: .

rKRWtU: A. HUU.KISd HR+t'K UarfUld Tea at N. U. Ronjaailn & Co 'j* rafted down the bt >Ury; river j I there ar* mxl ground for Tired ffllrjf. dun 1 uftwlftohe, elf r( irrrartuui "': .
mil. Mal a .u he rrceivetlby I fur nwinir.Tlie .. tUu acomix> to prt 11.T
.. .wvr t. A. MODE, lilts{ Philip returned team: Toy att-ani I ,nb, Floriaa ft: WwitMii r"Uwl\Y. and pit of th.. U>ntiM4i, U..*. of ui
R..111nA Agent,..frruantlina: Fit lerdny. -.. > v ood-xplitter and engine are : ,'\hl\' the entire Atlantic Cou.Line ,rt., impte... or ROJ\'J a".11" porl-l ,
etpocted iu about ten days. tire evtdenc of poi I.wNe
MI"uito not at Clark &'l.oftue. eta: will l toe built. StOt.-k
Low It brwtue >i--i npd it mint w bx& Spring and Summer C.now .
from natttr
Cold ji
Hot Baths h. initial movement came par
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! The ; city court yesterday: James Jones, I) ehr'. received and Jditious. mad
State of Texas r4Iq'ail't.: 4 It intcrestett in th. Horld.i Central: et.ineuL.rrailway. ter'<< Tnirifled to avnfol i death r. mug
1 : with an uuuBUnlly ItKljt, 'cat o.J.\'
AT MULLER'SlS9AYING' PARLORS. filling discharged l"li I 11On came near t't1rIt tie rutiio slats of }Florida ex remove nerufukxti oreyplrfUfte I miioniH..UI 1 ini beet (...K>rtniont of Roml everLNught
I Fresh and reliable I ncfA Pi-'t under *ri\ >t". N. (CfTIh to this city.LARQK .
I All )[ulna OUBTU| .... at ftaud.E:31iOPI N n. Benjamin & ( ''. w\reatin bond by apiarjng too Into ting the exln-iui. Hwuth-t'aeelernFart, Positive K

: NlNb l i 1JNG( : Taxis will probably beV as. 1 Lt w',. br !but.arriving it WAS remitted just a. court trUl held was and adjourn .J I.hville.ysteat cwnuoitiiii\ .! at with(.'hltt the:. hOOt"hl'O.Lo"Hilli 111"\ ((S jnmin A; Co. '. llrniprlhtiv...Y > J ?::J1 E1rg1i s C Emy; te 1. ::et,

waaound tle" : COtiQH
outlet has THAT TEWMBtK
ttEI'\.IlUNu. higher this year than last.t.VvlStores ; :., lI.e only f1Cf'ro".r
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.J""' I ) nll.11 ;..- ""t. guilty uDiiah, FlondVe>toru railwayiiucrou : In tln morning<< 1 ltoi.>a tie \Ift\tu t :... LINES Of -
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l >wM-- $1. weekly ftiClark A 1 I.J! +; efforts hate boon inadit bth. ttclitiHiw In
....\ .wits 1 ,.sent hoteL : Lieutonttt CVihing in temporarily in lin>alhln raWlijc l tit4 t
sty \jnyiKfl8 C>OD8
11id !' 61WLa1, elewys ........ Th. Sunday blue law* mint be retfa ud ala of the Plant .ydeut to competeth Hit chest qukkoteed" Itil,.. ('1I1r1n\11 ,
command of the
Nol
: I revenue cutter hunt it. l but Without only at iiiglit, ,nil 01f anS
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-- --- ", dead thovi wing or ;
or "-cowe a letter ou the urJJnauce 13Ams: L.\\\.S
( :.:\urhct: ; book. '; *" well, Captain Mitchell and wife Lying. 1' they bottled up an fur as ivnchuiRhtannah I (> tlit-ne thtnj are HM, flt!..t stnie'e: of '

\' .'" riSSjT SOLD : oft to Europe' ou several wcck'avact. if *:aucerued but there wa coil Cll1l1 lIt ion. Ir. Acfcrr'- lCghell \ OURIIUcnitHly NV1I1TH: (lO OPS, .,.HAMCURU,.- .
STAND) Fine Western 11. Pork t gutting fcortt except by circuitous: th_' fiwiful IFFIX1INUS "-* "
'(',. Veal Mid Lion Captain King received will wire symiphUllS ] '
WlttbvoUHUFERNANDINA. I" Nup1y Fautals "lth the Iltottrr L.It '.J.1" HOSIEUY: rqft .
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)Mutton J. KLARk a .ith o
and sold und
at u. s 'r i guar
Best Yuuos P.Itry rbawgq etu.pr from Captain UiUhill Tneedtrand n".r" the South "
,.=. 1. ilzt;: us' Us. the[The completion bloc *+y N. 1 i. Ikea ja u, 111 X I'o. OI.OVD3. NOTIONS ete
Anyl ody who *ayi the negro i t. nolnduitrioui gallant officer and hn wife are enjoj.in, kutuiJ railroad from H.ivannah toColum111 .

II..Tn..L I I .I". in jua invited. to see the the sight of the continent.It appear to have 1 revealed the POHKIUKHOI DOKOT8VITEH ANY I-OSiirn: Agent for Drowning King ft &>'. anise '#'
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Island City I\aulll'taotice. a clone l ) inn Ila I ru connection nutilo to order and lit gunrantecd ; E. I'.
FU.V.ATTOftSEY lie cluckodtn
that
Knowing cough cnn
will take f3.000C to complctSavannah' he Florida Contritl \: IViilimular poopKt.Llui.tyiulU a W. L.
Ono bON
ANU COOSsiEI/jR: >T LAWPWKTOU icu Cream Freezers Clark i first ttt 'U'f IttNlAt IV IdifH 1
at & .of tn.. Uound will lit ixtidy for bud a day;-and the "k' cwinmiiiptlo .
IN. ADVIUAUTVrn tar lmpruvvui 1 I. but, Lattog Dhoglnae' 'ekbrale4Sitotw. .
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1. Oi.luiu.Ja broken in week, \t. lixiubv' muir-
.Uo. In court*of Vie Hlittr unA ..-lt.-rul court An alligator alxnit nix 01 eight fret 'ios* oil or Iwfore OvtoU-r At \ A '
the pull Site tau get that amour it will connect with the HiClimond &. amen I Ir. Ackrr'nEiiKrl Ii>lh *'' uih(; 1 "lu..ly OUR MOTTO tar Qaitt '8.'U* sad. SmaU. .
DR7WIE.SNYDERDENTIST.: : I long was neon OH Centre street dock )es- from the government tmonor than.,. ]1)all[ \l\1e\ mctein. which now rums un and will refund the mom-y to nil who

teltlAy--us' was it a log 7. nandina could get AA\(\, but we ha, I broken tr.uim into New \<>1 k 41ld will bay, lake it H.. peer dinx.tioiii, and ,do nol PROFITS

.- Bird wed, all kinds at N. O. Bcniv. now phoMphaW M well, a. luml.er lute j rtllla abort route nnrtli. *** hind our Htnteinent.. coin-ct.. $.'U. .Ik'"jl\- T. Ac rJT. 1CYI) I).
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A railroad built o'i th. line surveyor min & Co druggist.!
mc.Ia min & CO'li.Dr. .
waunbulldlug, Cimwr O-or( awl
O eau to back our I&PIIf'I\I. and I
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e.urthtrc.ti, fruit ruoiu up state I jutli from :Sn: "unab by South
II rcy nays! he ha three patients: snore.liopful than in tiujea piiht.Mr. 1 hound will bring Jacksonville forty Mt ACKEKS tNOLtrtH ttt.lA Vvw York om,'('. I i !N.wtlweet Center of

THOMAS "EA tatO"OBCONTRACTOR E, for the marine hospital but ii unable tJ JfcQiftin nilo> .. nearer See antmh and Now Yore Are active 1I".th' and |I'mm For kick W \Vnlk.T! si ', i '.., w>v and Third ,KW. .

& BOIIfflER I ) find tho hospital. J low in this? began loading the btefti hint: it ill by the, AlUtUio Coftht Ulto. If 'h'adl"dl.t.,1) htoiniuh, l 1",,Mof nj- J"tQ.LlIlUIt! >'!*.' ,

,, ship Friixla at 11 a. in, yeirterday an j* Florltln Central .t.1'rutnsulathroqIe IH'titc, biid funiplfxiuti and biiluiiMiiciw, -. -- -.- .. ---'Yl1QIIr'll .
FEENANDINA.TI.A.kUmc Water Coolers at Claik & Lfiftu hud 230 ton in her hold by III ht. AlioM 1 I tot the road it wdl; not U nvcgaMry to they heat u novt-r ken wniali-d, flther iuAmoiica n'dle' atusndMtobmiy i
..: Owrunr 1'& and Uwllinun StrecU. uuild than alpha' nu 011." uf truck !
more
; of nbivad. N., U. luujnruuti
tons tin had
to be howled about
}Ir. Clarence B, Hopper of or I1EOPLll'
Hyraeune, } lurl,11'ntral
-- -- order to connect xith'thu \ .. Amid AolIlw.ate.l fed
-1>ItA TT S TOMl'KINSHouso : ,; N. Y., and MUa Humu LukeuUll were ou account! of the height of the Tor-* in:( S Peninsular system Cilia-: .; Co., druggists .

ana Sign Painters, married III Atlttuta tunJa,.. hatch. Mr. M.rolhalll.ati the .(crim.I. I ,ulal1. OVtt VCIlf-H t!;iT TEOrtK *
Fairfield "half loaded last! night T' 'lie construction of this prol'UMt&J read!
UALMOXUtrNQ AXD1)LOOUATI\-KWOKX. Buy >our drills and medicine ofV. \ nimjOe nutttui w 1 hen it Confirm Miitetnent lion the stay thiflDr. ; if
AeMuJHOlo it our Know that w
rurtk berets, hnlvixw bnutu and AUchua. O. t1nJunill'o.( Britiidi steamship AnwUc SKK! tons.! I ery Ik) und ithill : Kfinwly In in every /9ealr'r andmire
FLA. I'UlOIt.eed1I1t the fxmlh > w -r'nKiiKliKh SENSIBLE 1 I FOLKS 1 1 1 >; s .
J-EKHA.SMXA. Mr. WilJeman ha left the Rtrathmore expected tub, to hud for SuyaniilliCo. : [ 143 rhflort+ tin* bt1'nill ijf (Suvaiumhirhu '011' to nay' both all other prrpar- .hle> to lteuda4 at't

.OLD RELIABLE and ., and one of that Inn(\ will, be here ) apparently little/ ctfort'up, the, part i ntlon.e'tur taw Thrwit and Lungs In
Major Stewart is
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JIt'l'furming' day though Mr. ilcUi.llu hu the 1 loA of,11. people. 'I imipliiK Cough 4l'rolip.. H inflate
::b..I.t: :eXEJ::: ':t' tho dutiea of head clerk LiiuKeif. lug. ..TJio south IklUn.1'1IllIr'l"o/., uud relieves At oncv. Wo \ tier fOR GROCERIESTlmt
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Hftinawlck and Darien, and n.-Voad giv- : Hnmpto battle f n-">. Hemwnuir thin remedy

L...... A l> and BiiUi it rt& All kluJ*of North gentleman who i* a large hag'dtr.ct oonnoctioii wine' tti<>Mi citlenwill in ..<>.1,11\ a I.>orith't (fu ralltK'.
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w A cheap tyj>e-\vrlter for sale at theNE1i hero voiced proles'owner be of great adtantiuoln: lU. .,eloinngtbe N. (i. I\njamiu Jt Co., rug'lIIt11.. don't have to }jro thrown away afterwnrdn. .
IIK In the
o. perfect tirder. proper 81lrit" 'n .
"jOHN"sTEVENSr coast country as with" i KII.laolViuK bee- -
Sir llobein Tilled a' Uhf.nbke- eight remarked
feet long anJ hatiugniue rattle and tbat he would, give half he butt to t m"aah. +lt{ Bound'*..urey Id Jackson- Ship )Notlo, .**.*
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FRUIT NUTS: AND CAND1U* lAilv intidloh ... : visa
butt LI. knottier taihoad come into town ur ( through territory .Neither the cnptftin or mysrlf! v. III < ,
n tho mainland.'uesday. "
on place
hi"fill P.wa 1M.. Nast to a....... r.b \ on hope of another railroad lies iu I lie railroad con trlcioQII\ compara tvnxiiulblt| for any dvbu contracted by a<< an w ilk or rida down and Met4. if'
_..,. now They :
___ _. w event tively A wvll-poated railroad mitte.tlmnatealdat the en'w ofllioUrltWi UmniaMu Fair wish, or thoy Oslo avoM the labor! .
MEAT MARKET. itoid-fnrt" two sheets for of the heavy p'iUliU who 41 the muted CADHM* built from tl.-ld while in the port of Fvrnandln. and give thcUr Orders to

Git*., nt N. U. Benjamin & CV*. incest here within tli. next t Ire savannah .$ Callahan for J8.000 a mile.. r. W. II.uUtn'LL.Agont..
-D. C. PEEBLES- mouth, combining with the cilia IIQ Title would Llt 1 lees than 900.1KXX Apoutltl .
Tho Volunteer hare everal newmewbenn mtlmato of the coat Of the road in i.i"I _._
S*..ewwr trt 1(. kaJjlM. At Iw 11_. KT.TVanft. /. rtfoct such a venture. It would agreat the -- --
... promined for next meeting and OD. OO.-nTIII. would Rive FloridaOntral.and I WHIT N'ER'SDt.'liYl'f1
: .J4 rrwoh au" env fray m. Ja the for that LEMON ELIXIR,
thing the J. T. &: 1<. W. Peninsular n diieCfconnec.
need about a docvu to make the uquird ...., Lim.a Otlak,
A PI.
--- ,-- rood could make a terrninu. l bete< ,ut I lion via Savannah and (lulutnbukwitbthe ;

Cr. Ti airty-two.. appears to 14 not Annncially able Tla rachmoiid and Datmlle Ky tciu. and Tor tilUuuimdwi cad coo tlp.tlu., Vvk lrnioiiKi

PRIVATE ROIBD<< at reasonable raU> a'short liiie bortU and wont. lhdr
stearh uk LrtnimKllwlr.
lime whoa Fcrnaudii rindlreiitlunan teem ,
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bIllY coma ca Ki<
-COLLECTOR- S. W corner. Third and ,bh 8tr<'ett. The FloridaXentral and Peninsular : wajwu ivory mprninj and get
extend the needed uwi tauce: if tI..rr' already La ta line to Tampa r01.t11nllell .tt>n4.-k anj a.",,* bcadactake Lrinuariltlr.
REXTS: ASfJ RILLS COLLrXTTKU: A picked team about town will play than Uk'.I'llInt Jl1Mt\m. and it almost anything that IIM ever, keMttmtiiod
ON the The first ice crop of the Fernanda: !, barter Fur '''' .......... and wxiovmrr*. take Lemma
Fernandina ball club tads hAlO territory
-C(,)UU'J'iIONw aftenuxiun p n.trateH the heat of the)pins> EIItU, In the
_, the ball ground. The club will ln ice factory ill now half made and' 91'111'1readl ''5 ( with outlet at Cedar Horn and !emir IUM of appnilu Mil debility, take Lutnuii I
--- to harvest tomorrow. Bob number of Florida Central I EU"r, '
fiernandtna.:
.uniform., t\t fevers, v1.1II. amid x.larst takit lstffUlkir GROCERYLINE:
: IX'S and Peninsular twople (have been luKHvanoaU ,
'trouble wiia experienced when they QI! t .
: The old IfeliabU Philip Bent Milwaukee fired the ,; recently with the new J'CI4a1lu Da :Miwl,,'* Lrtivin rJltlr will hot fall you In .. .01' .... .'. '. .
and Ciuciunattl Buttle IWr, at up piper ia the boiler Icnkiiv' : rltw. ,Tine matter ha bon Vciit/l'ilxt, any i>f UM alxiv* f"mi..l rtL****. em of bleb '1,..";,, ", .,
< .: -?; ..ti f.1..LItYfl.HALxSA..u.o 110 ttt :.. 1, .l.;, "" ** ** .*i. ta believe that arti fr iaa tnri>: or 011.00 iuti> \ A FfIU u..'6l Mta4 hiptdar, .... Tdu.&..... .. (rout Jackftourula.: to tighten tiem! up. It* road w lnttilli."I 'lui id Ceu- ln+.fs r t
I fcnlv by Pa II dice at, Alla.ta, u.
( .,.. Clr.rvit.w and I. -night the city council me t* and r'rri
a CyrM.twr.
111' KJ-= !
meter tral and IVnlumitar Li been seeking aflew We :. |I.tq Smiths. atdrvkvUiui.LKMON A '
uo-... Ae. t Another difflcnlty( i I. that th) nt | per Beat Qll1itY a t
( $ number of business
: them art a people outlet from Florida and via Kavanli' ;
pRJtA ND1NA. FLA. the water woikH i 111 inch
only a
toping a mom will be made on the Sunday gauge .h In the nhoUMt and moo feasible! nOT DROPS : J

blue laws. which allows a flow of but b0.OUV gallops route It IK able to Itl- uro. The buildingof ('0..... all tin>Rhit, OolilM, ItnanmrM, KaraTlinnit Greatest I S Y8 ie1Y. w1 h itfier's'HOW
F. w. M rshalr&-t In twenty-four bourn when there ahoUtdHJ 1 the road will Rive another lift to Savannah UnmtliltiM. Ilii-iniioiiin, !lenwnhug..ud
We hwiilquarttniforllAY. DRAIN alltlin..lmi'l ( dliwum>.
m wv opening. it will a competitive miff .
"UunA. Thu seater
110,000 to 120,000
FLORIDA. ". An rhtcant and n-llubl. preparation115t.'ute -------- --- ----
TtRMAMUXA tJnirs BACIIM Ac Fred W.
LOUR :
> line to Florida and giving a alert line ,
Itilolcy
111 the clolingtauk U co-.uiuquently at druKvlMO' l'r PHOSPHATE FORWARDING AGENTS lot & Co.While many north and west'Superior Atlanta l (. .
degrees armor than it should be. This
working the steamship Frie -'-
-AND biur isncKFiwfroair on I
atlMitl-m K<>e'i to nil vmjulrir. RallH-. eta yesterday Lawrence Hol/.enJorf had rouhlo will Joultluii bit speedily adjund. > qualitr Linen finish parr A gate Inveitmont.In Are you going to live without eu.tul"
'_loll ruiirautf.il. VrrM? placed at lo..ntMiArkvt nand for letter and auto heads at the '
r.l.... (ivfputidtuctt MohilKd. Hfabli bits left nnu broken by a chute, which Niwn office. ono which: in guarnntetil to bring I

*lain* iitA.NJ7BORDENrcO. .lid ofT iuto tho water. Ordinances that: cannot bo respected] : -- Jon satisfactory. letiulw, tlr in 1111'or: IS. F
On
& un-turn of purcliOHo pi Ire .
have no bu inc '
Blitz's, corner RAnd Now man thiHafo pUin you tan buy fern c.u; ndMTtimd '
hen in Jackonvillo Even with tho obm'rtanco of the oldblue l 'H 1 he geme!Htion that worn to bother nearly
,tm-t. is the placo hi go N { druggist a tattle of Dr. KJn
f1'rancft
and
CharU Yl. UU IX.
King t>
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}'ER ,\NDINA. FLOUIDA. ( for drink or lunch. law, Lest Sunday the clause all
The foot race for the championship log the bale of rew>j>ni'ers "on ibo I ammo! ten years of age wbul1 they aauuiwl .' : to bring relief in every mac, that bother you any longer. I'leawo uudcroUkiid .
Lumber Merchants when used for affection of Throjit, .
any that -
the
modal which" was prevented by rain List IItrl't'tll. only "'HM 110 pulpibly fuuliehthat i crown. Lung and Chest, wucli ait CoiiHumiitlun

-AND SIl1P"JltOKEU.- Sunday, will vane oil at Amelia beach en.n the authorities bent on en- la Denmark and Norway Chrl \I.n IV Inflammation-of then Lung, BronUiitU '
burn lu 1377, Iwitme king at Ibo ofclown
AmU for TUo National: Back of tho State ,(ItFlort.la. uuday Augnit 2, between l Dick Brand forcing the ordinances regardlvtutof thvireriur and ruled fur alxty age AM lima, Whooping Couuti, Croup etc I YOUR .
U.olivlllu., ru.Kw : year
It U IIgrN'O.blo to taste Krfcctly -
Turk IMItcWall" Utrcot.aclanaU and J. n. Trebles, of Jacksonville.Ifyoo because they utre ordinance ,Little Queeo WlllM-lailoA of the Xwlbur V1o.'IIIInnd safe and can always l bo Ui-ii-iiJod| ) Money i i. what we want, and we ar.. .

(\ () 1e&-JOOlD 7. AUcn BulMInt 'I want a perfect-fitting wt of and their majesty should be mainUmed, lauds, little Klan A'PUOIIM' XIII of &{>alu upon. illiug to help you live and woe money.
tooth to full disregarded i this clause and altowud) theale and little King; Aluxun,k-r I of Satin kit N. &
will (from cue a upper or Ti lal tattles free at O. UKNJAMIM
Our atoik i Is teeth varied aud
AU1CUn. :Ttiv 'i. lower not) at a rfoxouable price call of IlewllplljlCrl under rover out ol ou three of CuruiNf'a throuiw.la n''' only auk that you allow the money,
Dr. Punue.Mrt lime Seventeenth century! In France
upon the w'(>Atl1'r.1o'lIr a fact as far as t>bMrtance -
rACKING COMPANY Loula XIV AiH-ciidwl' the throne In 104.1, .\ Merit Wloi.Vfo w"u do the rc! t. Every member ut your .
O. N. Sauswy of Ocala general of d.'COrt1llalltl
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Sunday qul.etude -
the UK of live aixl In Spain Charles: II Will timothy' from lather, .
superintendent of the 8. 8. O. & U., wa goes, it would be better to reverse .Ianll"rl, placed in UX\ wht-u only four. dokiro ti>Hiiy to our citi enii. that

PACKERS: OF OYSTERS and FRUITS.: here yesterday He says there in from this clauiM and have them sold under Isabella of ';pain. KrunJinother of the for yearn we have borne. i wiling 1>r. Kiig'n! MOTHER' '

.-&."'L. in-. 60 to 70 thouoaud tons of phosphate on a roof than to hate yelling iiewtbojs baby kliiK by a curious: oulncldKUoe also New DiitcoM i for ituiiimptloii! icr.King's aSister.

pACANDI'1NSw1aDvCSet In KtnrK Ifatflir.A that road to be moved to Fernandina hawking thum about the btreota. This aaoeiidud the ttiroiia when a baby of tbrm.Kha Now IJfe Villa liucklun'a Andes UrotluY to taw cliickcii in time ...
lurne Supply o."aDlI (llllial.d. wan burn lo 1SK> ), and ruleuntil I bet Hah'u and Klittrlo Hitter, mid haouerrr
MXIU. ordinance needs revising without, delay. UctbrouMiuiit la < -lUrly.live yean. bandied reniiMlicn thAt sell a* well yard, can find

Dr.) John C. Ferine "THE BARK" corner Main and For- Some who" retain the i ideas of Sabbath In the Ilftoeuth century henry VI c( or that Lave given such universal juitin-.

sythe, IH tlto I'IRI'e to go to H'ht'l1ln JfW'k- inculcated in their childhood forty or ICiitfUnd anoeadol the throne when a baby f.ictlon.VedonotbebiUtttto gnurnn-! IN'

EESiriHT DENTIST. uUl4fi fur rcfretihinent John Zahin, fifty ago way think differently, o( nine mouths la lies: !, amid < l It too tlioiii very time, and we xtund
years llJCuII..s refund the prim if
ready to purchase
"FFl''" AWOIMNO KlNCJ-tt" IUZUn. CIS- rropl'ietoa taut the Sunday of a half-eDLur7 back U until HOI while Emiror \ KiiUsfwtory results. do not follow Uieirhave Our store Homi-thlng gruel to eat, and wo
1'10': lilT.. NP'.A1t URTIi. but aU when the Imperial crown descended<<
vi I Kt.k fair trial know that
DIHA_ About a dozen votes were polled in today an ImpowiUIity ai, d M'e cannot to tltu.In U'IlI. 'fJ'M' rt'IlIO/lit' w 1'11 their only a aa you
... and rriiUyi frraa.m. crodt/: pnpnl.inty purely on .ho r merit there U no
0. Holiday WvdiHwdajr either ward at the election Tuesday! and sty that the world U the won than
any the Sixteenth centarf lward VI became
S >. lull iv m., otttT 4Ujr bT aI p tiilnt red N. (i. )tFNJAxi.t Co. pru ijIsUWhMi -
ewi.T. ClirlitwMt r ." prmcliiluilrru the democratic nominee were elected is was then. king of oil"u.l: l at the a a of ten In -
e vvalMr/. all bnuiehni, >JitUv' iwtwfaettuo If..... without brpo litlon. It i is in order for ill: ? While JUIUM I ef L'ngland:: and ,Boot. LAW.1- .
d Timw.
a tuiUe
*btft* To put tea laueL
". Court Haui TUni. sun of Mary Stuart, was ooly one .
the new tnetnbcr to et em up" if they .
year old wboa Ln bocain* king tf SCOIhefILKiugJamee To male yon buy goxli J where you do I:

Most( t Ac ese Janse' in Its City "want a fall meeting of the full board. The county commlwonbr adjourned: II of Scotland 1 was else a fishy wan lick, w. ease bar C
G. F. AteryJia a good Blacksmith and last night until August ith. after .Ii rt,. minor/ when bo ascended.. tbruua 11...*. ,.U..II.. trt4 for Cairtorla. Uro tike from \

FLORIDA HOUSE lorbO Mlwicr. Alan a Carriage fainter and lni the plan of tho Green Cove Springs flee Ju.thU4.the vfbtftuth ovcndguai century Sweden theSe furuUliiox were When she ....._ )111II.11III clwuf; hi C.* ori*>. -THE PEOPLE'S GROCERY.- ::
and Trimmer, and lots of horses
buggies for vale or ezcliauge. :' court house, (submitted by A. K.: McClure DO taw than three', vl.., Qutwa Christina, Wbea ....baj CtUdrm,ah*.av.iLuu CMtorla. -

THIRD &'nUQ."T.1IOUTU OT CENTKE: I of Jacksonville, the architect). born 10%, who aovcndud, tee throne oa the Bcott'a Moloru.and. Vej\talJ... specialty( ,
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r..HAtiD'4.' FLORIDA. The railroad: company would do well subject to some blight alteration. Tim death of bvr rather time great UucUvut

I&RS ,A, LEDDY: PaqralC1lltliS. 10 put Captains Dean Old*. Elledge and plan "l'r8 referred bock to Mr. McCluieor Adolpbua, wlecq mix years of age; Charles' '.' ,
? XI. who came to the throne at the ace I -___--__-_ ieibert under glass eases daring these alteration and return at that date. -
five ID list and thirdly, LU eon, CbarliXII. Inch Schilali.FKKXANDI.XA .
WILLIAM B. C DURYEE heavy thunder atorra, because they anuch The committee from the Volunt<. n tee : Hint of the 'North," wtee !'I. i

good conductors you knob, and presented their argument for an armory wu vrocl.huOtllo.lui when only Qtteon.eboule FtA.. Juno 9. '91

Lumber Merchant. In of being truck by After date train will run to and from h
are great danger. In the court house building but finding CNAP SHOTS. r dPd, ?<

YELLOW PIKE JtEP CEDAR ightning. f that it would require a third tory, andbeing Beach an follow : ? : J i,

mid JJ'micyvootl ,Mr. J. U. Eitill.. 8aTannah., On., aya> advised by the architect that it after 1'rlut, prtiitl&g a*always puwtlile.Dr .be toned. u \lUOU T."DdIaa.. Iemaw KVXDAYS) I .. :It*.*-* |fl.a a m S'ht2 Ya1EA1tT.
One dose of Bradycrutine cured me al- would require that the wall be strongly IOOpIDJi.: ; IW: p III 11.. w'Aw 1 Ltgiln .
I)ERNAKDiyA..FLA._ moat Instantaneously of a Headache I built to resist the vibration caused by the Mitchell,. of Philadelphia, ucaew-- : : t-iipui:J I j'; :: t ut M tats at, '
all fill aiuatour U now making a trip with 4 Itpm i 4 as uip
I had uttered day, .
that from
rilhpg, the oommlxHioner( dl'Cldto Ida camera lu Nor..y..uI1S..kn. P51 m I I :* .; em p m w"C

j WEBSTER'SIce Hi* Honor Judge Schneider of the mild an armory lu the court house yard |\To glue a print, dew apt to 7:11I:: | W I -: ellipsewialt ,111 C

I 'allot' U'fUih, hauled in anothcrShark a one itoi-y building that will U lurfei see ol rubber or glees, thoroughly.... city.Lv r tt k ett y

Cream Parlors. aU night, wren feet fifteen inch long. thesis the present armory and amjl for eoiu: xiwdi-r wtir LM surface thus pre- : rwsaeaduw (Maw I 1 t' miss? 'h 1. 10 a B .'
pared piece' the wet print loot duwuwatdupon J top no
f rite stomach w.U opened and an account all nest.. It and tbao piMa. :' "" reel: p to I .. :: 16 p nu"pw toy I

fI i 'Special Parlor for *dira apd Privates (.f stock taken. There wu found in the The board will also meet a* a board cequsJizatlon A very good way to reader tie. whliva cf Strr.UllnoriJwteJ TMpuTlie and IVvihoii kW: p m .''t: 1" u'u"t

s Entrupce, next door to P06to C". hark' stomach one Lax, one eel, a on August 4th, Wu. taw col now IM'nIII1'-UW. elegant >
tiprn.
Wterbury witch, a deed to a lot at Ui ioa tbe print lo the sun to btuauhafurr moo!* and luncheon d. lUth- I w.'I ur.n (nut) IHI f.tpt *fill e
@r"neG : 4 from M 110c.nw ..oiibix. and walls" aU4 ervt MPI.ES. >t for me... .
(pnlolx Do you want to .a. fc Uutuiidiaiaiy w [ '- wen .p a rwil Impl.OhTAbL.E
drew uiw to lot. All under tile
Ocean; City, a young girb *.pattern fug prince of BALM that will Taa.
dollar f If wet A print U much Improved auioia
*o call
upend very
Corner of Otlhoun and Frpnt Btre to.Prar .., a column u' poetry from St. Uary, a on every you pour UU.Tt4 hotel Manager Jlai.. Wai M Ntowart. FrxliU* rimpU. UlotchM Blatk Ji"t.lla. *lcTt "
illustrated
write for our mammoth & tata by doing Commutation ticketdnted 1HUO will k visa aL.sa4. "t, clear awl '"
!action of th t sunken bouy a copy of I containing IQwI..t mltnuactnrxt'IMF ago uJ dinner af the VfjMtUi Cantara l toe good for 1I'V.. prorJiV-l they an >iM-lt vrtth this compound the left lily check.
Dubjjljn Cream 'ew Yen xwwlution* and the hut rues of OroMiriM, Dry load, boot club look pUo{ la. Moilfurd rvwatly, and brought to office and (Umpr l accordingly Aid the bright Slaw will best IM virtues) epu.a.

of summer by the bland City band and and Shoes Clothing 1 lard ware. Agri wee ad Ud rbI it Uuprnent. Specie riUee will Im made tcuratou n. Ain ImtrucUoa for urodouatf liuii/iaa* 1"
Mailed : KtwUi of 1.ie oa a bala IwaJ or anmoth IMMX
culwrallmphomeDt. eta on re.eeipt nr.'nmtwm t mean wee
the baw and eel will b. worn to. Mr. piutioK, trains will'be run Insult IjJtv.a-A. 1>. tfanrat,to Ana tla. N.w Vark.
s of to cent for CHICAGO .Plsw and let
f NUTS AND pontage. a..Jtod "ttubjwu far Dry ,
: '.;" Schneider LM; prerre the jaws for a UEMKKAL St'fJ'LTJ'I 174: w. Van Bureatrwt. Libel off with Uack eo0__ wttkL" wee Wit A. O, UAClXmUJL. l' .. A I':. D. LVKCKBJtL.Uc'n. :. AdVMtl You hued y... iu lie N W4,
,: >> CQNl"ECTIONEItY t.r..txntfl U a'1,1eut1iJc BoUtiuo.V a.** ct. Agent It ill
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THE: FAun AND GARDEN.rnoasiso the blossom or tho grain. \ A Muet't Money The Stars and Stripes .

ha been said of the usefulness] of
tied
or CORN pruning corn. It i. equivalent to O'd Uncle DOlt, of No. 10 township Th American fl g-tbe stars and the

All farmers are awar that different log.a cow': teeth when she is busy fd Caburrn county, North Carolina recently glorious red, white and blue-his under. r r ,

Varieties of corn will nil, M it i I. called, good grass into milk and butter, died and bm body was buried at goo several change within the six

and Mine attention la usually paid In equally prevent the gathering of \ \ Bethel lie wa about 80 year old, wa teen month. The admission of North

planting to prevent it where It would ment. It I I.practiced for this special a bachelor and was known to be miserlyin Dakota, Booth Dakota, Washington and

unfavorably affect a choice variety. ThU pose in fruit culture, for checking : ) \ bit habit to a wonderful degree. Hi Montana recently added four stars to the

crossing, wherever it occurs, l I. caused growth of tree to reduce the : I only companions were two dog.and an blue field of the flog| then came Idaho

by the fertilization of tho piitilt, the new wood, and >t ha the same .ea old negro woman who hid been living and now the hteat new state Wyoming;, "
of the which : with him during his entire life. Curiousto claim a star In the constellation of tbe I
ilk, one variety by the pollen din upon corn we want to
to I say, in his will\ be left her nothing. union. The flag of the government are .,,:i
tributed from tht tacel of another. maturity a* lOOn U possible,
Ills real estate consisted of 1,800 acre of the Fourth of July ;
i i ,
on
aid In always changed 5tfdAwwiisn'd
At the Kan'aa itation for three seasons every ln.enabling it to GOO prompt return
foal and : I land. lilt home t>lace, containing and now the spangled banner of forty
Increase
past careful expcrlmcott Lave been made its product'For Sfi acre, he left Jointly to his two nephew, four stars is the standard of the union. of your money, if you get neitherf
In tho artifical )jiollination of corn. In this reasongthe cultivation of [ I Bost. The former n has for
bn Allen and Peter Here are the term of the prelident'lla..at. benefit nor cure. Risky terms
1888, forty-one vanetie were uwdj I I.ilt.ls should be early and often, and as executor. The balance was left to other order, a* announced to the army the doctor but safe and sure for the

attempts at CUll fertilzatn! nay be possible and always on the nephew in 100-acre lots each. To his "The field or union of the national flag patient. Everything to gain, nothing .

were made, of which thirty-nine were la.et. merely keeping the soil loose q nieces be gave notbirg. In old bureau in use in the army will on and after to loie. There just one media
successful. At a practical of mellow, and absorbent of moisture old in pitcher jaw, start in i
luminary ml drawers, cupboard July 4, 18i11, consist of forty-four cine of its class that's told these
the result, it ii said that the numerous the heat of the sun. It help, too, in old clothe: pocket, in old stockings six rows, the upper and lower row to on
of maize artifical much to apply fifty ) In has miserable hovel second third conditions-just one that could be-
crosses by pollinationwere pound per i sad in crack bare eight atari, and the ,
mostly successful, the differentraces some active soluble fertilizer were found 110,000 in gold> besides a fourth and fifth row seven atari each" Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Dis

as dent, flint, soft, sweet' and pop I afar the working of the soil at : tj large quantity of gold dust and bullion. covery. It's a peculiar way to Bell

corn, with apparently equal resistance. through the summer, especially < II* had on hand only] a few hundred dollars Cash and Credit Accommodation. it-bat it's a peculiar medicine.It's .

The effects of the crowing are in com blossoms] the tassel], and the : otb tn paper money, and no notes and the guaranteed remedy for all

peratively fewtasc (mostly sweet varieties about to appear, and when the h I mortgage* of any conseou: nce. In the Clerk-"Here i II a lot of good for Mr. Blood, Skin and Scalp Diseases,

) visible''he first year. The sec about to form after the *I search a package from a Charlotte hundred bank Smith ought to be sent out to-day." from a common blotch or eruption

ond year (the second generation) shows the silk. These are periods in the \'" I was found containing been several at all. Proprietor-"Cant do it. Too many to the worst Scrofula. It cleanse,

generally ears more or less completely of a plant when extra feeding will t,. dollar that hud never la opened 1880. Last orders ahead." purifies and enriches the blood, and s
blended, often exactly intermediate be. assist in the performance of these \I This wall received by him They are not for the Mr. Smith who Salt rhenm Tether Eczema
and
cures ,
be made his tax returns gavein ,
tween the two parental types; more rarely ductive function upon which full spring > pays cosh, but the Mr. Smith who ba an: and all manner of blood.
band 4,000. I'criupehe Erysipelas
1 the of unlike and sound grain and I l as money on account here-good deal overdue, too ,
grains a single car are early had stuck
how much be from" whatever It
did not know taints cause.
each ether, and each may resemble closely : pend.-Xm.ri aft Agricvlturitt. lie had corn "Ohl hire an extra team .ndt..ke them I I ,
in different if it doesn't
J cither druj about places out."-Street & Bmith'i Good Keui. costs: you nothing help
or remotely parent. The productof and hay that had been stacked for The question I is whether
only
the third year is generally true to the panel AND OARDKK XOTB Th He eased his com you. ,
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twenty-five from overwork -
a :year MAirrrenon are broken flown I want to be nelped.
seed planted; by selecting diverse grains Every rod of useless fence it a .science by leaving of his hard earning or household cares Brown' Iron Bitter you
from any car or from different years, tax. 1 L<11,000 to Bethel church.: lIe made his rebuild the of bile system and aid euree dlgeatton malaria. retnovee A "Golden Medical Discovery" lathe

cart are obtained with grains usually like The the weed the more will only three week ago. There ia much splendid acne tonic for women and c ildrellooo cheapest blood purifier sold
younger
those planted. Any desired form of a killed. "ulk about contesting It, for aome of his Waste of and time usually go bend through druggists, because yon

"cross" can therefore apparently, be per. makes ['tin have been left without anything. In band money only pay for the good you get. .
Rye good pasture-better
petuated.In timothy. good]l I. A Tery Straage Fact. Yew WISBLB Gin and Machinery Co.,Atlanta Can you ask more ?
view, of the above it is possible to l G*., manufacture
effect desired point! of improvement in Commercial manures are best d I''opts Itlsaverr, sound. Judgment otherwise a great,do many not Nsehlnewrny'NIaftlnR luiierwTanksPumM.; The "Discovery" acts equally

varieties by crossing! and fixing or perfecting potatoes. ; yoi I t.e ':.rrt : care: untUltiatooUaatenot Wind-DIIUI.Etc. %trlt.forprlceaaddlwte.T1T8 well off the year round. MAde by

by subsequent selection. The Thoroughly clean, air and .', .tfl. suited to your eyes will Injure stopped free by Diu Kusi's Gaze the World's Dispensary Medical
the much it's 'our sight. Remember: Oil*. NcavB REBTOBIB. No I Association at 663 Main Street
experiments past season were your stables. I I Mr. A. Ilawkea, whose name t is known all Treatfseand$2ltrlal t ,
reduced in value by reason of serious Manure well if you want a good th I ver the civilized world *. an optician and nee.bottle Marveloucuree.free. Ur. Kline. Ml Arch BC, Pull.. P.. I Buffalo, N. Y.JftsmoettnUtiM.
ha
drouth. Favorable iiannfactnrer of C'riratalllied Lenses
seasons will doubtless I
of lawn grass.Fewer "t abibhed a t.otor111 Uecatnr Street,
furnish more favorable or at least bottle .tt..nt&, Oa., where occullnU1 preecrlptlons
more conclusive result in the effort to acre and better culture Slit\ be promptly filled and the trade applied FOR FIFTY YEARS.Swifti
be the motto. U dnuffiett and merchant keep a stock onnd.aa .
Improve varieties. they bare learned that npaye to keepbeet.

The value of man are depend on .e ____ ________
RATIONAL' COM CC1TCRS. Ills made from. drug Many a good boy has gone to rain In the record

The necessity for frequent stirring of ilave a system of rotation in the .,. ______________ Specific S. S. S. has a enjoyed by no other

the soil in a cornfield 1* paramount for den, as elsewhere. be tam or IA.CA OHIO*,t'ocmr I'ITT or,IOLIOO,J I _. medicine. Considered Wonderful. 8. s: S.

itself alone. If DO weed ever appeared Begin to cultivate corn u soon a so!" J FnAirm J.CBivar! Arm oath Oaaawit 18
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\nlor partner of the of t. J. H.nryV. Smith. of Belmont
Mr.
there would still be, need for frequent can follow the row. 0.. doing baalneea m the City of 'loledo. For over "h* considers his PURStVfIfty '
WoetVtu. aayai
cultivation. A /ew:years ago I left ten Only the finest manure should be Ounty km will awl pay Stale i be aura aforesaid oC One Hundred and that Italian said years, urf eoroifuJa by S. 8. S.. on* of VEGE

rows through a cornfield unworked, on the asparagus bed. fo each uul every caaa: of CATAHBB that oan- th* meet wonderful on rocord. K* TABLE.
while the rest of the field was cultivated os be cured by the 11M of h eeL's CATAFlUIiE .U I it has been had the dl***** of tK* worst type AND
Plowing (in I* the Las.
every week until the tassels appeared. green crops : J. fHMST. all hi* life until h* wa 22 years of
The weed in those ten row were pulled est method of manuring. Morn to before me and subscribed tnyirnenoe curing all age, and his whole youth wa *m.bltUrd IS HARMLESS
The beet prepared IOU if the thla alb day of December, A.D 186*. by It. Of' course h* had
by hand and there few for _
were t A. W.
ULBASOlt.
very ,
of blood treatment, but nothing TO 7 H8:
favorable for germination. tort all sorts of
the 1 sod 1 I
groun was a deeply plowed, and ( Lave yAf ffntarv Puttie.Hill' benefited him' permanently until MOSTDELICATE
harrowed thoroughly up to the time the Whenever the sheep come to the : Catarrh Cur I* takaa foternaUy andaotaalreoUy trouble from h* took 8. 8. S. which cleansed the
corn: was planted. The stalk in the ten give them water and food. world on the blood and mucoua teatlmonlals ruracei >, poison from hi* system, and cured
: of the system Sad for CHILD.
row were more than three feet shorter Put In a succession of crop of C' a ordinarypimple him sound and well."
eel 1
than those in the rest of the field and F. J.CnllEY Ca.Toledo 0.
the same of corn. of and blood
peas; green ITT Sold by Dr 'cglata. Tea to the worse types .oftorofula poison.
there was scarcely a single ear that was Old strawberry plant seldom for
filled out to the end. jfitwirrsrttine r., 411.4Jl14. 14.
The rest of the nan" uttt MI umutriiii.
berries
do .
u large u young one*
field, which was a few square yard over

two acre, yielded\ one hundred and nine. "Sawdust diminishes the "Germanyaffil ABSOLUTELY SAFEINVESTMENT. v ,
stable manure"-but. only so far I rV
bushels .
ty-elht( of shelled corn: estimating
dilute it.
two bushel of ear for one of

grain. The corn was: husked by the The greatest potato yield at,the 4't did ,

' bushel and measured twice, to that no igan Station Was with seed planted ?" .

mistake wa made in the measure. The Inch deep. De [ -*.

ten row made up exactly one-flfth of an Farm product that excel in ) who ANNUAL DIVIDENDS'

acre (thirty-two rods), and gave only and have an attractive appearance MTW .. ; '
eleven aud a half bushel of corn. Every have to hunt a market. A. Hale, proprietor the De Witt % t

;. thing else being equal the difference, It would do no harm, but House, Lewiston. and the Tontine Payable

being over forty bushel to the acre, was destroy vermin and microbesto Hotel Brunswick, Me. Hotel men at l

clearly: duo to the absence of cultivation, your stable with sulphur. meet the world as it comes and goes,

the ground being baked and dry ths Cabbage ought to be cultivated the and are not slow in sizlng'people 81 r TRADERS'Natioai
of the time. Since then I
greater part and stimulated with fertilizer if most and things up for what they are Bank
left one strip on the side of a field, I. not sufficiently manured. gently worth. He says that he has lost a a ,
measuring exactly an acre, without either
and sisters
cultivation or weeding, and it yielded Many coniferous plant are father and several brothers BOSTON.

fourteen bushels of poor corn, the rest jy cuttings on a large scale, and from Pulmonary Consumption.. luipptntu follows the pUt

of the field yielding forty-two bushel of retinosporaa, arbor-vitacs, and the and s-1 himself with frequently colds troubled and he Northern Investment Company ,111M guarantee., of aa engagement In an experience ring from of over na;this twenty we

grain to the acre. In 1889 I had an Cutting of plant which root with nta' Comraay vnrokaeta triotly eaakral bu laM fear* la manufacturing and selling engage.
oight-acre field that yielded enough to iculty are sometimes grafted cer Hereditary often coughs enoughto Baal laiale la fart*eltML tb.ran tola* waleb pay meat ring, we hare aster Besides o this a festurswhich single,.
make him sick at lu dlTkUBda Ai la iiatvareally kaawa by b.daen ID.t&llN of failure.
completely fill a five.huadredbushelcrib good effect, upon those which who moa, (biebta/ *of HMl Batata enatlaaaUr laaraaarala la comfortable tocont.mpisteonrprices
Consumpttonhis stomach. Whenever value. Haaea(be Urea aalaiaa Ilka ike t.a e *> are so much lower than what oibtra charge It
equal to over thirty bushel of easily. Iron. tala ot Boaloe, 1 ka Fifty AvooUla Ibe Attor(atau peas one In a plaaaaat' frame of mind. Young
shelled corn per acre, on a very poor old The rhubarb plant may be .,, he has taken a of X.w Tort aad baadradi ell- aeialaa wklrk men will and it to their Interest U ponaullta.
: could ba maaUonrd, la alt Ike gnat eomawtvUJC4il J. P. HteTen Bro..J.w.lera,47 White
fiel& hat was newly broken up and by divisions. Professor Bailey aye cold of this kind he uses Boschee'sGerman ke of tha world. hail SU, Atlanta,Oa. Band for catalogue..
TM atock of ibis Cempaay 'la aalllaf le ay at1'S
without manure,but was cultivated eight! each division must contain at least & la Syrup, and it cures him W frt abara auojaot tn aJTaaee Mist Aonei 4.
times, while my half of a rented four- bud on the crown. t every time. Here is a man who Iwo Par raina, |luB. faM u. eapital. ..... Ut, SMITH'SWORM

acre field, worked only] twice, amountedto Produce something out of knows the full danger of lung troubles ll11Jl'Iia.13'1,000." or all f.M> tell __...* at Ike ames of
.. .,..
"
tka yte Nt.
one wagon load of ear, equal to it attractive and delicious, and see : : .will and would therefore be most o.-paayr Y .a.. wbae pbwograpaa er
lists ol : ::
twenty bushel of grain, and this small quick it will sell and how soon Tl>. as to the medicine he used. tu buLdtasa be OILO RMB

field was much better soil than the old will be a call for more. :: : prise each., What is his opinion ? Listen I "I 01:;).LEO.A.D,Fres't. A.A.HOW ,_1'r.a*

field. for The soil for beeu' should be r.con inb- i use nothing but Boschee's German rf/X7-=--)SMrTHDIAtfLS : vs.. ,{tlje= IS A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY.
has
My practice many :yean beento from twelve to fifteen inches deep : : M. T. Syrup and have advised, I presume PRACTICAL.k .::-c: .
work the corn once a week,beginningon than hundred different Sold Everywhere. aaOe. u.ta:
a persons
a* much of the beet root grown more ?.Clte6vtA44COkUOC. :
)lundll1hen the weather was suitable 8
] and continue: the working u long asa the surface a* possible. to take it. They agree with 11dIItV. "'Arco L. N. U. .... Twenty-alna ..
me that it is the best cough syrup
horse can get through the rows' without Gluten meal I* a very excellent: yaw..pt
"
breaking the stalks] -and this i* usually It i* the corn meal with, the starch (.o. in the rark::.


until the ears begin to bang out in the out of it, and consequently ha a .. will 11'l. mgente for W. I. n:::Ua ahaa..
ale ta ask *
row*-and the cultivation Las always feeding rate than the corn meal its jro Jut wan }. aim i. far e.latague earn theaieacr. L DYSENTERY;
*
T' ...
been on the surface. Some :years ago a The black] walnut I It designed ;: MO then tCBaTlTDTX.far

heavy rain washed a slope on one of my an important figure on the farm good I CRAMPS.

fields very badly, and exposed a fine net.work neat future. It can be made u \ 'Te aa

of roots for several square rods, aa the apple tree wherever it will ta wok ry ,,rt The'Best Thing
which completely filled the toil. Several
Leaf
mold I II a natural fertilizer
of the plant were washed loose, and tree and shrubs anSI wood FOR THE BOWELS

couli be taken up with the roots. The any plant that like a eluded ]..

root of many plants] were eight feet long 1 i i. also very useful u an addition< to .ed MIl GIVE IT TO e "
spreading over nearly three row each ting soil. : '
and they lay near the surface. TEETHING CHILDREN
way, very
sod i much its ,
Freahl11ald more
;
In places root were abundant at a depthof ci
two inches, and nrzllw were U deep to succeed if covered with about IT WILL SAVE THEIR LIVES.
of fine soil This will save it even
down a* the land had been plowed. WHY IS THE 0
dry time when otherwise .>|,.. DON'T let year Aragglat ..BMrtfceat per.eaaJe .
More recent examinations, made purposely to get a goad start. '" aqtul..... W. L. DOUGLAS ye. that ......... else will dee
have convinced me that this i I. l '
:; ; : .Isea welUf K WONT.N .
the habit of the corn plant to tend out It 1 II true much of the breed -MW 83 SHOE CENfflMEN
at the mouth, but to know' the best ; :. >Y '''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''''''' h.
it* root near the surface. It may be II.., THE BEST SHOE IH THI WtLB FOS THE HOMTfIHnirn \
EVER: : before in toe hutory of bee stock baa such success attended ,
with of a mouth to put it tn is the Y.r eM.. -'-.' ... ash1 a -...-.- thread ...
fertilizers
that surface
manuring to t hart e( Ua l aM *ae ealf. atIUhaad th* efforts of breeders perfecting aa animal poaxuiaf the power .
tend to such habit of root growth, but necessitate a full knowledge. of .... .......ranaaa Ia.1beoa.as. __aaayf as M drrw.-air.ri.ijitoia -.II eqea 55'.... to resist disease,sad containing UM aleaaeats of rapid growth and

r, soluble fertilizer quickly diffuse them- book and score card. ., La. ...... ..._.M555.trpw 5415051.00.,..._eat great size *! the OHIO IMPROVED Ck ter kogm. two bartaj
selves through the soil, and it may bo Paris consider milk pure when 55..eu..I.sir. ."e.wM..*1-.d..q.als road weighed: 2,806 They facts, lo tthef wkk our enormoos sales in t

that the desire for the suds heat, which tains one pound of butter School InpaI.dshww o. H....N bb..M.w. N.It ilo.s..SILK. da..O. the States sad fureira countries, bate excited the elt1 of CIO Ipetiton.wbe
I Hl'N 54. Mrt IIaIoortabI.a""d.- Call.. .......the fact ........ We therefore bate decided. to ceaiiaca
so much Deeds bring these root to of solid and .
corn ounce per quart say .... rati '
555 is eca 1iIIIi.,
save OItMM a price J saw t! every one of the superiority of this breed br offmng to sell a pair
the surface.It i lisle journal, but such proportion I laLa. : ic.n.....-frees FanMta.Slay to T tJtffftSt ; ::::
;
I* clear that a plant having such a irregular to dairymen here. Dull 9O. ZadLattarCvTlwaallirMrtaaai aaaaaif,
t. im.li T.amaoU taaUa. aaaiy lane auUa, eiu- Foreign countries baTlagtakea strpsto reopen their ports for thtrecepttoa
superficial root growth should not be The advantage of Latching .*a*. will I welt aaad ,, efAwiaaperk, alto the fact that fanners hanacDt all sues to the bukher, .

plowed, but require only surface cultivation under common Lena is, that ...,. sp2W40s.'WWI! :.=t trIrIal: wlp: .slaae150.5wb..a has already caused a lively demand for brood sows and pip for breeder

; for the breaking of the root managed, they are Mildly more >s3 adaf.a.e resrefwta.dwnleaee' Vtarkla.naaa'a aaoae They see their mistake and that the railing of a superior breed of bogs that '
plat necessarily check the growth of the than if the'guinea hens Are i an w vary .trial......will... AMa ao lla ptbar Thaaa make.nnTwol who. t!' have a vigorous and ttraog constitution, with consequent ability to rout the
plant I had once a plain demonstra. hatch them out and raise them. : \ : T::: ba.s ilvaa s-s..o i a.d SI.T3.rr arhool 10..ary attacks of disease,..ill la the near future take rank with the most profitable'indaatrics.
,,
tion of this fact. A field of Evergreen a r ) soma ,U..bapa.rraurellupesll Flat come brut tired on a fair on time and an Agency.
While old hen usually lay : ttlfi n their verlla,a*.lU laonadnf amln stowy .
sweet com was partly plowed, contrary than pullets the shape of the : C. Ladles .4'11.4,... sleet,:::: SQ'i. "ddnreTUL.B.SIIYERCO.Cltnlsi .

to my instructions, by a willful hired little or nothing '10 do with the life ; ImDa 1..1.?.1. Y 00.pau., e: ;N.:Wry Ini....,. ",. r"IIIlllrrrrrrllIIrINrIIIrlrrlt
man, who laughed at my shallow cultive- -I- wove xmaan. : -.jBUft. 4d
and if the broad end i* smooth of .. raallaa.-aM laal W. I. U.M, ld..l i iBrt
pa
\ lion of the rest of the field lit plowed egg la properly fertilized it wilt :l. tuiE. .. ...- rttwlc.tra.oli WavHaah !
: It deeply and ridged up the rows until ]I [ It r
"r The duration of a :
,. discovered, and slopped him. The the raspberry NEW METHOD Beat Cough Medicine. Recommenced by rhyalrUn.
.$ weather was hot. The corn wilted a.ta depend upon variety (Cure where all else fails. Pleaaant and agreeable to the
:- and never afterward. Not well a* upon the nature of the IIrlell!. ........ d__.. dra_1.. air taate. Children Uk it without objection. By drug-flat.
.: \ was gathered grew from the plowed care given the plaata. Ten to j L'.p. 10-.w. aawrliUt" *.. N traa.* l>at>nt H.':*,=:..!
ear 1* about the under ., M.... tTIIE... 'nkaM., Moih.d ta /k o
average .:
the rest of tho field averaged yean Laaalna L> V.
while t la(Old. r.
culture. ; : .-III11. I .".r.. Pauat>.... P aabr......
elevwt thousand ear per -acreinted ....... .. -'l. : a b"w.old.
1 the A good time to apply] fertilizer : Mall, -- -
for the market. To break tmn
k ....110 _.....'.! .T. ThoTonjh.;,ptI; *trut.a.
\ \ d'Jlg root of a plant ii clearly to atop paragui is just when we cease to --- --- e. Gradual aui.te40 poahioa.

lU f dijog, and to turn all the power ogrowth shoot This causes a luxuriant lo f.., SICK 1'well......"U"w.. __ 54.1._wpNlpWb.a -B-O r'N' aTCatalan* free Wrft* to
\ to repair the damage and .'le of the plant during summer and r "I" ". ... & 10 COLLEGE; LOUISVILLE KY
\ new roots; at a time, too when all the and this, in turn, give thick fit .Tll.Wt( l>..... 11. D Y.. Jd11w.'Peit. ..1'. ,

yrength of the plants i is required. to form the next season A __

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