The Lake City reporter

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The Lake City reporter
Uniform Title:
Lake City reporter (Lake City, Fla. 1967)
Place of Publication:
Lake City Fla
John H. Perry
Creation Date:
July 25, 1884
Publication Date:
Daily (Monday through Friday)[<1969>-]
Weekly[ FORMER 1967-<1968>]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
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S O.A 'Natr ^ Hen, FBraltk W~. .Pop
-f ,^ ,- A-^ Candidate for Governor,
', Hen. Jonathan C. Greeleyj
.'' ..Candidate tor Lieutenant-Govern<
F ot Oblultoitn county. r .T awlW;B
." '' W. Archibald, J. R. Bynui^
Subs$ction Priee, $2 a Year. Stripling and other speakers, \
.... VOL. 9. LAKE CITY. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1884. NO.40. onhpissuesothed
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Nfticl for Publication. CITY AND COUNTY OMAT. --Many of our friends are anxious -The real-estate agency of Messrs. Blaine Orators in the South. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. THE BLACK-AN12-TAN CONVEN- INFINITENESS.
_. ,to kpnow where the artesian well is to Finley, Dertch & Snowden, is doing It is stated that Rlaine's managers TION. Allpersons irrespective ofpast
-, yLANDOF C, i Th aide e t Rs t b, be located. We promise to report just a great deal of work, and the people are trying to persuade him (p follow For Governor: E o Loci o K w HONIKER. aalto are rep"flyi
0t .,S -*o FLOPIDat the ,orow 1-" .4- T o maidea n lo her osewy breast, as soon as we learn. of the Northwest will be given every the example of Douglas whpn a Pres- EDWAl A. PERRY, of Escambia. keI attend K W s N mn
tlleorhs of bigtouort tormoeA- .And there we let it gently rest, plaster- chance to learn of the advantages of idential candidate, and take'thestump Fo L District. A whllet dswentby: J. N. ST 'IING,
"'fK^^&h^'.of hi Secure and donthat prof -ne building purposes just reeeiv- ColumbiA county. We are gratified at in his own behalf. There avi doubt- ia T ol cvt to and b a nden Eu. Co
VI eueih t oaIin 91ILTON M. INIABUY, of Sumter. The Republican convention to Cara needn ~.C
.*"'n" o-. f ,l,-'--Ht / ed ard for sale at special rates1by A. G. the firm's success, and trust it may less strong arguments in fsvvrof such nominate a candidate for Congress in
2>h l'A rtoro'h~e-tquarter BigelvW. tf continue. a plan, and perhaps -trouper argu- For Presidential Electors: the First District met and organized Smote the green harp of the trees.
,olth. ip. east. hi -Oh, the small boy. ments against it. Blaine w uld un- a. C. Long, Geo. G. Mewhorter, yesterday. John Eagan, of Escam- o Sale'.
asma [ffoionagwi fto| to Trmve h -Pltc-r etigI ao f-We call the attention of those de- dutdyaos )etd) n onT lvs .l(~limba a hsnCaraadWF
ia arm. and cu-.v"oio of, a.L, --Peaches and cream! esto purchase a fine strain of doubtedly arouse a g* * *
, llg l k.s~ .P- Perry, Who will probably poll the srn t uc ae a fn tan o
N I o dl ,i of L ate C ity h o g s to th e c a rd o f M r. M c F a rla n e th u sia sm if h e w e re to ta k e f 'f a c tiv e on g e s i r t D s rl t :T h p o of L n S r t a y A t rA o e, et ot l ne
I .A '.fTfi-S I.r, -7Freo~ fsh ara lentiful. haistvte ofanyGven'or thi Foj.rages ... Firs District Thb ^ --- --ompson, of Leon, Secretary. After l^ n hreIHVA PABP
-^ L. fl f-You. wiked, wickedtifulhetatehs ev ted o n He has the Berkshire stock, and there part in the canvass, but it Would be ]nfiXT H. M. DAVIDSON. the appointment of a committee 6no s the gay wky wrledr
t L Ul O. --You wicked, wicked boy Btate has ever elected,.Is no finer grade hog than this cele- "T credentials, a recess was taken till 2 the oudy o gr ear ,
a otiO 0r Dower. -Hoow did you hke the Cantata? --Our champion snakist has been brated variety. Call upon him, and that such course indicated alack of CHA"LES oUTHEITY.otVolia o'clock. On re-assembling at that Who dwells at the heart of the world, forsale. They area well-bre
..... I. ., s found We knew he could not keep he will make the prices to suit you. confidence in his success. All the ^ hour the committee reported 84 dele- Yet who is always Here!
TOhai. -O i. : Verye likesickness in this eoun- oft the papers. "The same old talk about Northern speal~rh c can be found cn Ameria,
he ~ b oote umbis that or FI o Asl ap y Ooro? -W le rcan- l y fo The Second D1oistri ct of Florida. gates, of whom about 25 were white.
."h dole l I Aug l A a 1% 11 M- a? !r vassing the South in ad of tp Be- Th tm orr o ai ton w s I .A E lg L E
yMessrs W ight. & Powell, of W hite Neither the Dqmocrats nor the Re- Tmad pepoanaryt orgaFl ri a zamoraieStte? n cawaps-* .
I~ I)is 1;'tin10i~e -G t te]UvlTusdy ublican ticket promises to co'me to e Jr. to be.....y ap
udes a ---00 to thG Festival, Tuesday -o to Futch's New Store for the Springs. that the water has fallen, and"Wepa" -l rn cH We occasionally see in some
s my hvFoxylatK^ehusnr. ni ght- heAt and cheapest shoes in town. tf at the Spring is now in good condi- ans have and the-" condition of politicalaf- ant Secretary. Bl euhia she M en- .
S Pdsosed, ad als In -Mrs. Jarley's 6roan isquiteaguc- The campaign has opened in dead tion. Furthermore,the letter states, rther limited this yeaT,^ill nd.uhi the SecondCongressional Din: a o Monroe, was nomi- down as probably or possibly a Be- The public are requested Cto-t
gelum IndB fee wit h _at3 the'll that a good flat has been placed at tae trlctof Forida. Mr. Bisbee secured Euban State ithe Nmber elc n e wss
V~.dto Form the vc ofp ne sea. earnest. The English language will .. ....edly be expended in the tl',abiful .. .." nated for Congress, receiving on the P'"I -oieta teud'~ge a
a__ a W14nWo" RO."s fof -TheRose Is the Queen of the be called upon to bear a great strain ferry, and there will be no trouble States. Speaking on this point the Republican nomination for Con- frst formal ballot seventy-five votes tion.t moved is select stockofJEWEL
eAw Flowers! ^ of newwordserelong. about crossing thme river, as teams can S I gayress, and he had hardly finished Bra ... .To
1,1,, ..olr Nto. In the lei of I& 1eie acoswcu ey eiving the congratulations of his -er th anonemn fth oe
3,ps rge 1Itp, --Good Flo raied^cows are in `i-If any one dombts the productive- be ferriedaross without delay. South Is not so popular as i In .. e .o.e. o Martin moved to mine the or- on except e fact of the ele- corner of Marion and-Hami
Ploltnd r n.e .. demnd. pess or our lands, a sight of the corn -The beautiful china~and h hand 1876, and perhaps if Mr. BRlahin4es m u whioehre Waralls, deaticoorespOl- "o d one tion o r b
l ,,b' -11 .1ay ,^ flathi a d soely decorated. crockery-ware .-otb U will become even l-s. 80.^ clal.............. r ......... prang by acclamation; nand Ar teran address last Congressional election by lhe d opposite Hunter & Son/s d
Brij been organLS .. his vptnioi ... -- df1 eylk f a pt fepublrofn .m the successful ca.nd i the a l a i of eust be a s er e h is t aena.
o-d f 'i --Ddfit for& tthe fact that Futch ..l e. ... at,- C ongress better than tigis-a_-ns .
go l n muila :t_ -Thepolkical parties will endear- ..... .... any of it calrlan purse at once, Southelnerliw a horrible heo, sir h ... l.... i aa,^t. ,r, ,ghtuia fhavc concluded Demoeratie State, because it is a| .... Re~peetfully,
[f tK ' "ado V a C"s of te oerlahvtr.eeps the best shoes In town. tf W. clre ii a ...................... A-1] i- Th 1 ,
olurrblos iny, and or to enrol each voter. before it'is all sold. w tf after making his breakfast of a color- tempts to get Wails out of ti&way nottomakeafig. They have cau- Sou8hern Witharepondranc _R.H.o_
M-e^, J a A.n.GRE' -The oorncroils aild to be the -That amiable idiot who persistsin r Is._ a edoany, gused and flnd that they have ouokh ofvwbiteppulation mc .. ... ...
E_ A M U H ,Y -Prresident Arthur has issued, .. ..:h -s o l a eilel ni1 lO Svr o e B a ly [ rli e -t|~~~
w. niira o f largest for yars. *carrying or our exchanges,.had bet- proclamation, advising officials to pronb ment and peppers with buckshot all 'as be d would divide strength, but not enough to control The census of 1880 shows that thereJ
X grD lnf a y de e s d te"ea e e a e a t f l S n a t ile R 4epu blican m e nA w om en and h i l i i. . . '
- '.rt.f Amy o . u ter beware. We are faithful Sunday vent cholera and other diseases by ..... vepublicn a, other dise teEepabsean vote between them. ey w nston a roll-eallhon the werethenin Florida 142605 of the is on a rV"la onl the w(
Oh.e of Line of Election B..- m as te...ovlc using proper precautions. Our town BhiSnldead is. cors of b s ther The Democrats, thinking that they question of te endorsement, of Pope w l
0hs ge f L ne f c e. auDthorities shouldner do theiree paarot.iessholddo hei pat.ur-i would have an eaosersy twoldiaveameas ti e ni cary ngyningeeeyso asGrepeleyo re-sivigaa prpon erapetf 1 ,55llf oft -R rec--a -gied
tit--Haddock fish at A. Dayvidsen's. --Anyone desiring a stove of the t urns, ......e, but....... otews h dsrc ihbohBse n ord. th, ht
-LR"sOFCama tI.2-f-The damage assessed to L. Buekl ed, from Dixie's Land, the supersti- Wa.llstt winthe race, Bset and oia All the candidates for Congress fall wolc e~s= hF:::: ralyFriie h attoy
betmnfcue ildhmevs& Son, for the burnmngof the E:lla- tion will be a little weakened, and the.... ...iwthhendedntmvet ... ... .. Pq
besoruon At Change of Line of Election !--The best and freshest Fancy Gro- an Injustice if they purchase before =edu r. Charles Dougherty. inwnthe Iund no.y h e mt alleldandveg
1flcts.~ctie aS.DRoet? fInspecting and pricing Streety's hand- denie that yet wasde tho chocld of sujcs"t h u rWleepea. ue Olg
NO rlun some line Call at once. 24-tf e not yet decided to rebuild of subjects e ford to antagonize the negro element, Democrati ticket, and the colored
lioFha Ow 1`6- lrda. en.- -Fans, lees, flowers, kissesl Oh, -In many counties the county can- The danger to the Republican cause majority, but it appears that Mr which is almost unanimous for en- people theRepubliean ticket. But.
arnoA 'rte !eil,[ror_.-.. how nice! Yum, Yum. Eggs and chiehensNarecareeinour didates are already announcing their is very clearly pointed out in the Dougherty is not wholly satisfactory dorsement. TVie straightouts say a we are aware that a general impres- --
1road, UM4 w. ,IngeNortheo N .... -TripleExtracts at Dr, Hunter & local market. They bring good prices desires. We can advertise a few for above extract. The Blaine orators to hisparty. Mr. St. Clair Abrams, few negro delegates are with them, sion prevails that tho new settlers in lhaveusedBrade'sSuper
i. w.lh iMn?.t.1. Dre N. I. ni son's. tf here, but we need not look for much Columbia, if they will send in their undoubtedly would be received kind- the editor of the Tavares H1erald, de- and will not vote for Pope. The feel- the State are mostly from the North, ph of Lie for Soears on v
jap. E. You~m. Chairman. of a Supply until after the District
,.eo. C. o1611U1ao. names. $5 will last the campaign ly and courteously in the South, an4--nounces Mr. Dougherty's nomination ing of the straightouts is bitter, and and Republicans. cros "u,'.ha
S J.V. Brown, -Tobacco and Snuffs of all grades Conference is over. Ahem! through, would be given a fair hearing. Such as one unfit to be made, and declares they will feat Pop if he is enrs- Ti ig e T es an, orn, cane adw .pa.e
IV W. T. Bacon, at S. D. Roberts' Groce I ry Store. tftheylwilladetedtdaopeaIfohs eer e ufn rad t
,M. Whetstone. =-Peaches are now quite cheap. The _Shriner's Indian Vermifuge saved a reception, however, would destroy his purpose to use all the means in ed. They say they will not bolt, but 1880 shows the nativity of the white and I can truthfully say I have fm
irA r. oll PLORI DA, -The North Pole could be sold to housekeepers are availing themselves thre thousand children from disease the bloody shirt arguments which are his power to bri-g about Mr. Dough- stay at home or vote for Perry. people of Florida to be a follows out it superior to any kind of Feztilize
u'V, v.'ore'g , '. EREJBY CE^ o advantage in this section, of the favorable opportunity of pre- an death. It is the wonder of the expected to be effective with -.,rth- rty'B defeat. He says that it is The negro delegates say-that Pope of a native white total of 134,000: have used. It not ouly meets
11i audiencesn~lntue~r~trfn~r ad eth.It is stfe torde of te iso
d"r.Nu,f coiuniy('ml.-n,' ix. a. 'appears of decs It Is saf to a '.I UI', fM.Duhr~ a ar promises them half the offices if hes
-omoe w.m- hnii litind and -Dried Apples, fresh and nice, at serving this delicious fruit for Winter ge.It will not deceive you. .s it lr .
.eal of III I:|ru -~v 161 Iti f 1884. de&Pre'. tf use. tha t. Rpulcn p P. i-,w onadtat in quite a elected.- By a bargain withPpthNaiebrF1rdn. .8,7wnsofherpfrwihitiU
IrcltCort Ito Ede el hcanstrefe. 1, _- je~ .... ""hP pete B
OHN VNZ. r. fr.. t -A traveling artist has been mak-bloody shit agues, nd that Inle" of other counties South Presidential eleBtors-at-large are toa ..... .. th t year
," .-rk -" .c -The Alachua Advocate is to be at -aer y5 c t glapssst e theywilllet the South alone.- -_ IFItrih,. viz.: Volusla, Orange and Republicans pledged for Blaine. o rh on .22o l
i, AU;:; A L"ffio made5 datatils pScobses to ite points of interest and beauty iasn Lake v.nah News. Summer there is t he rt y intenseein- Latest from the Convention.
/2hi:,V;c' ORI S. UI'i. t. -No,- tade s a-aiy Sucesios to ag-_Ldiitr.esecf l nume o aneroit hewthere oites ctthoe mostevnngategh intesoiincasoei? ltin-e onetintht yths lan~^"""^bans
hi.,, -(',ll,,, Y1O --Fine PaetFor h eti h -The State is looking up Its swamp City. His work is well done, and v[Special to The REPORTER.] Abm ......... ,7 ol dieayn woif
,.a{-FeanFutes in^W, the' 3;vat. Vu -i over Mr. Dougherty's nora- T n o
: ., ,te Por'ter's. tf and overflowed lands. We learn gives general satisfaction. e TALLAHASSEE, July 25,9:30 A.M.aelr
n o Pei^o ^ Wet at E dg -- duation. This is a very> sad state of TAS July,5, 9:pootaw.
I, .I I I .. At loft weahe that itwis probable that the unmnrket- -oAnother old land-nm rk has be ren. Gt. W. parzy, has go de tof:l, horeRept. pe, last night en- pe nt ucky o. 5ote r ad ly belivin th wil o
ih kai| -.. ,.. .. -n-Th -; l laest ofA te have seen ab pon sawt beexag formed ay The leo of the L il Oak District, will preach 1 pe ., that the best 'elements of thecounty and as aon of 4ew setting th e valu of th
i.,. ; t' [,, apl H, .., ,this season, weighed 471 s. lands which can be cultivated, motive, Governor Perry, which has !in the Presbyterian ch i,. in Suter. Orange and Vohtsia claimed by several prominent. Mississt .our years 59l money a m it. wt it, suh ill
-I, InE. I 1pAkt o Uhe IA~e in] --,d r, -&1:ab- iyon S tu da ev ni g at ei h of tdb so in m caet imCAon-be s ft eeoneti n thtoy th s thrho thrtS at s ....y 7 8tr R

lie Iiavo %,av is lir .^'D~^^Irr '5 of have its ou-ent H l us c sl !- a iesaere spectfu r'laly in ited th ai p oiev Jo h e J. aylor-a c znk of grht F- ci tyt, on quitura 'eensic ., liteight. -+ l b sof i>|r e ntit i cal troiirri. hnim A it-'T e u b ro esn n FolI nY n-tu
'. -.. ,do by te.: lage olutrout ,.,,re menh H n call and get their soda-water at the R. & N. Co., for the past quarter of a o'clock, and Sunday morning arI(. information on this point would act the party has deliberately put an -

.I", ;Wl I u town seeb the Com-ren tKv.o ,e ,h .^^^ ^ '^' S 1
c-,.W4. ;theEthoff -Dou you want a first-class Stove? new, beautiful Fount in the post-ofp century, hasbeen take te the r-eventg. The public ccrdiary oinvit- I Interesting. Has he done any- en t its l roet against sur
01 !' tf rc e. y u ct panyts sheps, and wiall be repaired, eda. .lad te ia tso e d f rendering the party, however, proved T ai e ,,th, Ou their wtate FL O 1 1883

f ~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n pu .u,., __ ^ ^ T ^o^^ n oka i annin tc fr ill dobls erv prepare. of noto ^si ,- ^^ a vailsh. The disfeoct'c n f taemongrdt.,Notenne. ^ ^ff
n "t'l,, tw...Quite a number ofdaruimer were --Mr. Jno. V. Brown, has pureha- an tsrit again tr a M Fratncis who has b t: on who was the favorite disaffection amo n pred alI tw -ehour- faithful is Wtron., Jac]ksoil]le,
i. thr in all oth...est eeent counties? faithful is sth spa i nn fy SIR--ueBae"Fr.
:*14o"WI.Fn %ill be it. .%ib. of In town the first of Lhis'w e ewk ed from Mrs. Anna O. Young, the -dADcnyingsframe called forge fel- f" ..... duty mo.he, ,.,,t,,.ned to results, best ele behol, those grt e
^ '? ,^ ..' Keaiyndcapyme. ,; q,. Scarborough. has retui-r the .,party as to el e l ie aloinl asphey behw11 _t old hgrn ander0 boore pouaon in 1880her taesonyht- thepast seasolizeryadottound r
IFAIl-W ha*t ve hal several- dys Ff de-ee south half of lot seventy-six, is the born precinct, to-hnorrew, (96th). A his Texas h.....a- fair ilm.t ,ii aii .. ol pr sf taDmc0c
I th eir be ..- 1 -n.hib', "i copy Iy -We Mad several days ofy de-,- sf -1 a. Demcrti 6 per.ofs, uorallowin one oer o and a eh thno rfe.
ur^iuki;,,^ t1i Shorthrexnsio oufs tollars Jtunst V othelvland anderr clublWillber omr- Mr G. W Wvts, ha o n abie, toi nateetatwIlb ul sap "1 fislag xeso hiepp iie.
opbn orhr emellaso twn iustthe Aan d a7 Prr.y Pi 8eaT, wll beht our city a. wveks, ast Mondey o"" movement. Pope, Bisbee, Greeley, five onr 'foters of Skonnh,, -Wagon Maker,
T~r $ .! *.. --.'.1 ... 1 -I .. t.' ,r if 1he i mn't e, -,ii lid ] ,'rat,
o. onT dol lr w atbusher this week. l.lace fo a hotel. g tf ized at that time. We hope a Hot Sl)Zngq, Arke n ande ,c I, - ". ..d.. as- e n
Brai Notire untO aebtor and nrertor plnifl "-^of.y umo cut vote as aodi Thend proorio of:S L^ ^^ newr setler du-~~^ Chasi.v than lu not fertiie
t, of F oI IK. Ron Alm i ,,T,.i.a.01- Pickle cod G a rls h asn -- lee cold sodadw after m ade w ith strong club w ill be for ied, a nd help .. sun e al ou t t -e firs f semply Su mter county v t T a, rT
OL t]t1 COU,.dav.%tY t tII ; t tllah-tsol.p a big vote for Cleveland and Septemtber. d Iat county aalst endorsements

pureud,.*,*e syrps at;,^ /" rrdrfranei euyo tow. he wisht-ohe, etfrrs '^ e^ ^ ok b Jeni June;~te wer beihe wit the fes WI ." "ic, t .t Inttt,.of Y'"t. inhelsfuryasWldpb-amosaiid wilh ite' thatT Ih will^FO AEBYA .Sn
Abovlt,m,ld'e ne i n v~Ub,,rb

5'leadrn dropp. into~ *sl.e: us last Fridayat aev Johniosl J.e Taylor at willze nof do et trot stte isc quite larger thane in 180Tnheike t f. re

7L SnM S .Florida. tf excell prayed ir in i I h its entire road-wnd prosperity wi 'rn, fri "rig ofr aremaywellomei it bk, Boctor
fill : >..U o jr. Bisbee hin thesiio iniK hi. own bressgan and count osticer railns beWhinipln ofe .e't locple Suwnne countyin die lasl Sunday dima oo .el. oghrttsihe
-A I, JIOT N V An fo- J, _lon ctpit nealy. exhau- perfeetionl.bomivp .. mih 8t bead made W. so.c of revenue toltt vt frll- in town. 0t

Nntis mluu!,: Of.,qol eny. --ted, andfin ae ns ateg riacesdy-Mr.'V.Hlocalry woisrail cisa-the farmer" In s WeRA set~ s' ^ ^^^ th fthoeY,'" ha b1eonlyto litnto~s arguemes" whitalmnh candbesto1f69; thees.rd'm9'69t (tnd GENERAI=D'ALERROSN
n~~~~~~~~~t. ~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ o' like Er. Dogery ArAM.ti ,shard-tinhipdtanpro sen to canas 1 ihrtepcste--eelogwthateruh xbi "tenegletyo ourtofthesaDemo- 12,60 th peentg of increase of
ed K S W^^ Good bett. Largurchset see,'m( hleased ^^^Aoere~o, hfts are g*tn scrc iu thsthuagea ela tepoiiclledo epat t n
)! K AW ^ ^ tf~l _T- countl- ilvrt:d Cosl. "a araee enug speocral metn ofe disrec Florida an o" thercolored abATu, OOTS TreadSph sphaes, wit
Sl' I!e" ^ i,.t ,wn." Ow n Vad afe ollei n iew nd wll soon have and f ly rt G-oneys !ithe ne Try lreofi, aswe
Ulea V 11, o .: b) ,, I t h,,cl, ae divide. p e ch d n dile e M r. I'l. D Sc rb ro g has] tre --turn- -toII~ th atat sI ohIIeetaR pu -blwl.ei-t ol a d e eygo d cl re o u ato n 180 eg t m ril f rtlz r, n o n
!"uS Dre Robrts FaiG o- n eail Ind cheapl maefpyighit amrs ryn-rmecnb
'w'fffoun a Stae harin South. I.,esa 1 a I ano tn nund n will jonighepaeor thitnths wer e oae nteonis
lt er I uce Wi ra. T..r.a drmsof-L1,aree Stre suces of -Hav you.-Plak calle at iset's ptherfore 'ort cleary yeart Hees was would recommend e avstih e.t
,e or ||en- I aad we: are glayd hstreak itF iis, talkTeyarinyngg fyovesfli ctrig oth ans fth M.Gerg bbt, fnebyxte ad
[!0h3. VINZnd4NT. ,, IF"" w,' No da.nb Send mean g-ou ater without dn- .....v yers old A utbeoit ueo eree uce,,n il nesih ae rtte foi~g~~m::tiIt~
,,uteh. Dr,, tf ed lokanthis angiin th sto of Shoes wilhou bthlessanbeemrestrsilstatewa in the tot this aek FlriaasalageDmortita-ths wois smthn te
'h ~sl ihnd ~rP': t hi tow on Teuesery, lnasttt. an it agai sthim.Tuhe Deocurbac ofr uthe reyuotoueyursadr
chnwae croker etc,.,' just opened early day, Our.,d symay.e arMr- .B.TJehnonlsq, was abyine tait nrih hvrret ihie]eanesthfupoflDmocrts i
iceflh to 'HAbtors r d, Crdtor.. _SetoSh hi ihaqen yhimtsduffere -olatremaTruksVabl teondedy. This famly inumisberembra- ete da.H.. ..mlon eyd~ .I h onr. M.Scn ititwilb nti i
if oneon dovn A1 hv l0.. l l a roa an buhel neersil edk agan l ow burate tf temoent erai givnsrct o e Perrciy a vi nsoit mast jo rity. 1 ll perso-,arri d t eahe r S eoddsrc fsup poteTicmsial-igrus r
La I: IlNo y tice .A to-% Detr adt Crdt-,14 iletfl --rf .B.Moi ntnste"., TH. Hunter has reuse fro tursu la' poiy fidi-- hs.W auucMr
paFit L11 811.en I,.m. 11w Itll-! ;:'hq-l -STeand e yourbrderhs fo eeablhedi e-Drio 0. B. Wcaltory, oLakeBt-his Weare sure ll whoretsded te thetsontyheusth bf August. tir

b-l, hfO o B,) .v m!l.F 1-11 e l. ...... ,,, on int res utters somet aa u a l tlrt s to Lha ndn it G a r Ll n b a e s .a 00 f s r n t
onl b~d 1-e.s,, 4U ~,-. ,hem1 Floiahse. emlioif excelen spring s an d pheroutwsperit prionhog~msSmrcn f GrayeSe,;,"ow~eenecntrtimenyu ak ot o. tena e he Demoreal tsahn act aronpiosltheymh and
-6 .. .\,:rirar~. -Bascon and eas not als ninskpsucesas B adfod flcou n fiden tha oM.unds ofh frui tor Mr. Jm ob or herdlcain Th grian ildreut oficr mean bV Ae(B
somethings we handavte interiewed Bulr,-oi whl eere th ranegrows the waste, whic h, w~oith ar exiellentres- looked Ga., formerl ofake iety, at, Mrlittl e .e" am~ounpof moneyn his boen wor.Eighty wordtotedin c ot i nPtedm FO LB
Pefetin migh bew mad a soreoDemu o iiigfinsi tw.pry f oevr h eort ocratysmust he atecnde towhnisetrit
.J.H. SUMMERSntedfryo -The meobets tf mn.pcalcMr er h~th"srtsn arops and neach did aidnatBibed toreresent teahers adistrct,
nuh -. PJil-ionof mean Perr suees rapdl com- tisee fanir In Some sectons t'hTe Mr .I.HarsoRsKoEav
the hoe to I., prttes girl win here ketn hisdwa ellig-inte heap ThsfutArtn d hous- i es l o mo rt, a nd thiineest his forin s n T ampa sueesfe hoendto our sent tent ca v s ev ryp rtoate
...lll nal~ U3tht.Se resr-e part nafe town Feprom iethn ther has anth- randabreqnumently inhoe steasn enga- M hendsudownc maniested wintak godlh I resnbldosups thathrtyWe loois teries nd wheo ItheRad- i our wos,0a~si utvtin 0DYSMRE
-d~ia regimeph Laett et., re.,i et.f r bandd --ammork lour are getin scre...oin
ing,.ni "Theirt.ol Cosrts isiei viery ande will soo have a y" district' O
the otheraton markelt. good wish whe hnade al fewio to tare enug Democratsling Worer maneu e Sopatciaton thl-delln'hue uhue n
orwa t i~~uic-- talI f Sa phnm enlu.e~ wh ar so, far f orgtu of---t e ti va d tyiu aes etush e w this matter a pa be n w.10o ng ee 0- ap
"Us"l pla k- al .... rethtfeee e -~ a e u busnes portio of it,. ., .., farmersn fAe dren-fm can wee n fn in s d feetia,,i s le c UA
ere l ong wtth ee p art .. to h el el ,,ct of thepu b., o 1 a r a 1 i a o
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,ion.-r Allois -Vegtabl Craes ma ufctre are work-i i the prayer for ..n .. t hell i 'utHo ueo th F. .& R. .
'gffnber o~~l bifrm -l) he ,rifre -t Whay are Jtnhry wildge wave sany. -No magazine hasea benmr u-e rmaviinoGoglc-SvnnhMrigNw13
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. _. ?.u cunoy. .,). "trees to tran plant, should avail them- deceased. Florida Fruits for ttie comingWorld's remarknl t e ly run : in tod e u iie Twnyfu ya' pear, apple and "ig t. I O
R eg lar M ar et ep rt f selves of the present favorable s~eason. h ,, h,, - E p sto tN w Ol a s n o ery and 4L1ina etA ,an .e "4. ~ h sO t the body politi.r T e t- fu ye.. .....a bo ewlresld c eps.' D S C i e; ...,. ,
Regla Market Report < S ^--- There has been more ra!i- ExP081001 at"'c h te bunes rauiakabl low-- '" to th sp^ SS eni !cperiend cheNaipna -tr proves
--A car-load of new stoves ofthe prevenent in real estate within a the transaction ofs hrnce .^ ua a 3. s To c l o. ee .. corupt
Florida Proiducions. ma'oebeoe'h "sola dl d.1 "" h t er aet on e isof nut take" '...... .... '
I e a e p f TY b est m a n u fa ctu re ch ea p er th a n y ou m ile o f th e C o u rt H ou se th e ,p a st tw o a s a 0c m e o f .th e esof g.o ad .. of su g a o n eee t oa tedo g th ee
11 pae Expesly fo the LAkE CI TY full attendance of the memberss: ftti ado me cu smal cu OfW ai^^ n d dishones I- aoo rtio itee ;0 %v h^ ic h h s e
': M I L L Si X> ^ \O ., -It is n early tim e for annou nc e- p1 es W M organ info rm s u s estly request d dropped s afis br t lerTo md p e u t al y to th ul acsn ze po5.onTS & lookes il i g o o op ra e wkhes i e rni nepp d fr msupo n ,l okrlke mneacy and in order to do th is, 95 feet. o d fa i y .. .- (. .. w
--' Com o~io rechant'. ets foralegislativehonors. Thecan s D. REDOeD, several ys p. A t r tr o Ser meing oere
b ents tar fIr shal a r csentf my hm on buttered plates to dry. The t lcer Fredt wil p Y o t tfes ... ..........t.h .Repu-blican1- -
,lack ll~ le, FIo. J.. "theey're willin."B them, and took to a limb of a tree, cE hope that Mr. Locke will meet and dollars. ',
MLLLYrkOSce, Park I!. -Mr. B. J. Roberts, of Wellborn, where they have since remained, N e oricce willing atoo cehng wihst o f etm tholrt s bo gntlihe w hen th s ware Fero w ino utry..
Onaplctint v--'--r'eprrss abv, reports excellent crops, good h.-alth, ,making honey in the open air Having this day bought the interest ber ben C ii om arent ina.ync rytlzdi this---- way.e his W ate ldooin canodefbeat hWe^ be-To6.40 acre ng orange w rest fSa ... l.....l- .5,rc ^ t
f na ppl.mretinfration will^r abe heful an a ability of a large vote for --Th orange tree dog has appeared of S. C. Harrisonmi thefirme a r-! 3ort CaoBn lievEB ^ ^^ e. n e Canol. seedson can def sbea h ,Lak Cy 60 bearingr o rag e trees in full other' gd in
iundas.y Terhiees. cand -Mr W.o se how io us a 5 arres in spopn'n looks ln fine supremacy, and ine Dreparoti
6tunsad 41" TAi y Seo Tsrmvaiu ma fr- legr, i sltv hi t ow n or m thase era yonwn re ries ago thiswa r ise of Rh E D O business whill hars and isH brittle. The di we ro mu st rall tothe duly treo wg Panizoet(t r e. np c
Jak sonville, Florida. rthey'r e awl i ce, Sal, of ees, leftion. e han floiv e dissolved f or tn e he re sieb ,a d eun t.ert he rb Through my fin sthl- s alp ec o resy oforn e it this layf tandrdserr o he S cn i
N ew Y r house. 98 aPres P l ce cultBivation.fW e l o n, w e e h y a e si c em i ed o ic .ofi e u ti bo t- he l t of S-7.tho e m sh w l ut r
I s a b o v e r e p r t e x c e l e n c r o p s g o od. h T e a s n a g h n y i h p n a r a i g t i a o g t t e i t r stub s cribei nrn w vs i t o T mE &E O Eren t d a y v e ryvic e r s o fta l i e d M t ois tng e t h o uhhi s w am b i t i op e th ar o k wl ea d a f o l r
00 a= li ,t,^, os toe r reo rter idr ain w l e c e ru nd ah p ro ceryility eo a large Ro te r s fo Thnke d oran e tre e dog lan s sapp aid o f S.C.H arrise o n inettl e firmco nt of A r N otheC r ln .h sW t r oo n N ve b re
ridisW -D iyrprsfoaiu it er ,i i o n m n he young nurseres in this e emy, &t Bur ke, notfie busnes a ed ro r bf e gtonwill be he9d B. tha PALMER. hope Col ceravidsn cand weldefeathrve e rO o O
Ic. t ,..p uor $20'onfl.2. -Gry C i ts, suberati, Rice expirtd Cofees sectiss Aa handool of li e dissolckd cn iu dh ratrb nd n erheS d any S erviesandn we canob th sene ho w a sensle, ti ut1 1 1 Sa!
Six,, O k P; H., $y.00 the x.5'. name ofnds Burks well, though who ary au- Through the c y o
heavv ~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o then Prsbteia casdsoeohteurorciohsgannmn vn oa tieThe Sun godwoeltonihiaente posit-ion usere
td Teas Crck rs Sugar and everythis are ah rgagsten ofw wasr Noic tny tieunbheTscribersP.C S T

,o .6.. 90 t t T D Streety's are being sold at am t calling its defenders cranks, for 50 cents cash, to each new sub- -.on Bath Benefits! ; H p $ 1e tl uo M i S m at 11 o k of f
'ae ,aiper bx, ............ he.avo 5. li yr Secure one before they ., t it will never do to ridicule a scriber. This promises to be a most He, for the life, hkalth-giving wa- GRvO E bod;he sene of tle itris ,RIES -
]oid g.. prdz. yh c^^ase, 1 to 20ctwlc .as purposese to march : ^ atteha gftering! Wihn esyacessofthe We herewith publish to our friends was loaded. C^ 0 ^ ^^ PATCL
vert among thes thinton ofo'l ofi yeare Re o trt. heC m ain en w dETerpa esWilb.dsq em nat8oclc ,TC. im T e sw lltEnnhlteteC.r-
tir ataospO1tio yM.,18 --bn ao her o te will se f son REPopenOatEall hours of the day: and patrons that we have removed t n o anytime in V
Fic bens, 3s to 4 smc; geese, 50s, 600 tour growth, has been sold in Marianna. d. CasketsncBfrtdhepee sC, W
toa bath-ouse a41hod splndi inagoad cheap stour ha iolrdc ln e p rn e snw u tlt e coeo h a p indaystand whic the Psquare will co du tpublc n c n eto etafrR bs
I0e lat! J D.Sre saebing soldr at a Divin e W osi, Alt l fu rter in viti e d. fcup T h se e y str a .T p fomTh hi etC shPie ad
Dines,1to$1.4.. '. .. hope our farmers may realize ca for an independent rally, next c e ac ne w on Bat h al d Le-COTTONt him down tenderly,
t0a~~ ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~u it.5 wil Sdo.e to riicl 00 tscrier Tw i prmie s ke tfor bae at moth eli fe spi htly oth e sarking the strHuteaae d r na p than e as he s ri g-te'ed ntl strpon MabeInm tHas
'a F Ca'bbag per : ..... : T$, a. good pr ces for their's. Wednesday, on which oosassion Mr. i Grates, hron Railings, Ac. Pn<
Vrup, per gl.P, b 1.00 a l g.5 m--nf you wish neat and strongcrates F. Va s oa t pr x i. b^ re Sin contest, and thh ARso a Poolf Balys'siard Room. satrfaiio guaranteed.
too d pai you te etbls bbl., 3he tol 45e in Lak Hiy o h up s oktoe. ts"rao al e- sp gfidor BatsS rn .soeb i. .W lo w ee w n m ls w s f n irt a ic s
"lrd pe doz.,o by1 thece case 168 to2 c T 1Rir t c ton oshiiersdteur o e o a c a h ea f th p
Chikens, 35 to .40;.pee bxn aohrtu wigu made regular custo wn ; Mopen W nd rdrie grat all hker of yet, day: aen patt th sh .
$e 2 $400.. a $4 .5 Pe as bb .; Stawberrie; -if yotfhn a n to gcae F .P p ,a doh r fta p ry e ilb et fr sl atfth eBlp sr ightly f tor the s pakln th so rejs t varc aed.n u s a a c ftern -tele n t
2 a epe" u rt; aail er .0 a 3 -from B ays M asters, Lake City, Flo- of enlightening the public upon the cial. low figures m ade re u a u t m o d y e n s a a d F i a ilb l d t r e o .Chale A d yt htl e m e fiit!ih s
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... ..HERFE-AN-DTHERE. bors," she answered with evident irnta- The Rolling Hloop Trade,
r. .--, it ~tion; "was told there could be no Ong i',]i <,,),t,.,oo ~v~ii
Borrow and pain anid night arm one; near" t "oCildren's playthings all have their
Darkness eomes with all; nsi h a stiff "Good afternoon" Nellie seaon," said a toy merchant. Most of
Withow anfaa stiff "Goo aternoo Nellie the toy hoops used by the juvenile crC-
Shadows rise and fall.: made ]her exit.-s S
The moon'sBcold light is not herown; "Disagreeable old maun!t )ho said,, aton Are made in Granville Cornet
Only the silver steui appear, on reaching home. IlIe did not thank Mass., or in Philadeiphia. Most of t010
slain ones come front Granvillp, ard thec
Given a n were by Hope to cheer mnc at all, mamma; and implied that he n iv
The faint and weary regretted having neighbors whcn I asked he pe of t pinfmhilash or ia. .I
When sad iand dteary-- him to call. tecs ftepanhoaho ec 1
Here !,,'Ile mrst be a great sufferer to be so wood is cut into straight strips, and
lfo10' "."1'be a8^ uffccr o boo steamedd. The steam makes the wood
Bappin-ss, joy and blissaare one; lt-naturedl," commented her mother. s Th s m th woo
Sunlight conies to stay, "Mother, I'll take you on a jaunt curl up until both ends meet, and then
*Sha~dow, fleaway, through Ute Pass to-day," s sixtecn- wthe ends are simply fastened off a-h
"The Master sits upon His throne, year-old carry a few days ", for as round h or beech rod for the trundle
A shining lighting heaven abtove, I' ve. found iors s an stick, and the toy is complete. These
Ruling men by Faith and Love. i s wilav ....v oo. F hoops sell for tell cents each, and Gran-
Turning their mourning- astlet n st" s h wil ltake chrge f vlle Corners turned out about eighty
Into bright morning tiehe should we place ourselves un sa thouLsnd of them last year. As made in
There? (r obligation to Mr...Frank Castleman ?" Philadelphia, however, tile hoop puts on
,',.. ',,.. mou re stle, I [I,. ariel' steamin gall d a
asked.Nellie coldly. "The tent can take 4 4 ---
..... :..ri fuhgtilIL te Wood, the workmen never tihe
A COLORADO SAUCEPAN. Sice the unfortunate visit in egard edges of tc nin pa'intt tehi wood witt
to the saucepan, sthe Ihd passed the (,'as- brihtcoor,ad aten ixtiybel
One thousand, five hu ndred miles in a tleicans'teartdaw after day, nheedingon on the wder side at regular intervals.
farm-wagon! A weary distance to her way tothe Iron Sprinrg Thus accoutred, the hoop rolls along
travel. That very afternoon, for the first with a merry tinglc that pleases the
To be sure thcitNwere double Springs time, Frank Castlcman had seemed quite children and enables the dealer to get
fitted to the wgoni, and a comfortable oblivious to her presence as wcl, is ho twenty-flvce ents foe the tdy, -.. 1;..1, is
bed ilavcd ih tic back where the invalid stood in the sprin- !r pgodlz .1L,'-,, call '_ed a be.l hoop. The chime hoop is
nether constantly reclined, and where -,..i, wvith A, bvy of tastily dressed girls even more ornamental. It ;. n,..]. -,f
Nellie too often cast herself n..,, one of the village hotels wood, prettily painted. to H, p..... t, .
But both Nellie and her mother were And Nellie felt an access of bitter- cretwo t- ton tlsar fat _
more glad than they could say that Pike's her heart at t thought that one r two t-tondclls are fastened
Peak was so near, and their journey day this gay, laughing young man, who The hoop is rolled 1, ,.,Bwns of adt
nearly done. only appreciated wealth and style, would ornamental handl. ,,..1,,',. wlth a
'zStop a minute, Harry," said the be master of the dear home she had metal hammer. When the youngster
young girl, excitedly, as they passed the lost, 1ushcs the handle as he walks, the hlam-
alancing Rock in the Garden of the I'Yb avoid us. ,- iss Loomis," said mer strikes the bells alternately. This
Gods. And out she ,." to rescue ,6Frak o n the very next morning, as the is the finest and most expensive hoop of
shirting object from I ,ih th ,uch- two chanced to meet at uxton croek the lot, and sells for fifty cents. We buy
fag wheels n ,, v s n our goods in this. line in February, and
"wit is a V" ''-amn..., perfectly smile as youpass llas anything my our stock is sold by May. -The chime
new ad bright._Was anything ever uncle ,, ay hay(-snid in regard to that hoops are selling best recently, but the
"mbre lortunatet ,Ly^^ ,,-.1 r ,,, ,-, trade Is subject to a singularr demand by
so.rouen sice,,wc l,.l t. i- ,,l n lw'v,,.i. "iia^le "reason of the peculiar whims of children.
w.,k ill,. Platte.",, n .' vat, cTth frigid reply. It is a well-known fact that if \Ou aask
"*Will it fit our ca'mloveg" bked i.That was too slight an affair to be the average boy or girl what kind of a
Ilar" ..worthy of remembrance." hoop they want, the reply will be, 'I
I' think," "Please explain, then," an honest want a pair of roller skatesB' Of cou9r6
It 11ist have been dropped by per- trouble in his dark cyes. "Have I done t s rofitale for the toy mallt
-vOns a very short distance in advance," anvthing to W edl r *- mc risortiM om- iie~all t lfiX
said the mother., "At supper time they "No it is nothing. Why vex yourself money on roller skates, while there is
will bewail their loss." about a trifle? You have many friends very little profit on hoops. The total
"And at supper-time;," laughed Nellie, in the village, doubtless, who are congen- trade in this country will reach one mil-
| "we wilt rciorct ver our gain.. ial, and who enjoy your companionship." lion two hundred thousand hoops per
An hour later the travelers had passed ,,As you do not, I am led to infer," he annum."
through the picturesque village of Mani- relied, ,ittorly ,a he left.
tou, nestling at the base of Pike's Peak, *"Oh, Nellie," said her mother, as she Devastating Power of the Locust
K and halted in Englemann's "Canon, near entered the tent, "1 forgot to tell you A swarm of these insects stopped the
the Iron Spring. that Mr. Castleman, Sr., called this after- advance of a Russian army. They filled
"We hav selected the loveliest spot noon while you were at the spring. He the air and blinded bot ,. aild
for out tent that you can imagine, made quite a visit, admired our bough ien, so that the former could give no
hammma," announced Nellie, breathless- porch, and asked me to call when he orders, and even if they had done so the
ly, after a short exploration of the camp- left i, men could not have obeyed them. The
ing-ground. "Frank and I were divided "Perhaps he is sorry he spoke so un- horses would not face them, and they
n asto the north or south kide of the rsi, kindly when I was there," said Nellie, lay on the ground many inches thick.
but we finally decided on a little ffouth- with a sudden sense of compassion for Every man and horse in the army was en-
Bide knoll, which slopes to a gurgling the sick, lonely man. crusted with the insects, and their cloth-
brook at the back 'And faces the road in But suddenly all thought of Mr. Cas- ing was literally eaten off the men as
'rout.. ft i's all among the pines, too, tleman, Sr., anrd his tantalizing nephew they stood helpless and blinded. The
mamma, and I am sure it will make you were merged into that beautiful sleep railways were useless, as the locusts covw
% well to breathe such pure air in such a which comes only to the just, and to ered the ratils, and the oil which exuded
lovely spot." campers in Colorado, from their bodies when crushed prd-
The tent was soon pitched, and when "Miss Loomisl Mis Lbomis!"' she vented the driving wheels from "biting."
the early twilight fell the floor had been board a voice call through the mist Of After they had settled whole regimentA
aid and wagon unpacked, her dreamst and she gavb A Starled an- were detached for the purpose ot traip-.-
"Oh love I am lonely; B-h ling them to death. Trenches w,. I l
I'm waiting here for tho--- "^My uncle is very ill," the voice con- across their path and filled with :,ruin:'l|
warbled Nellie, at her wbrk i'n the ex- tinued. "Will it be possible for you to coals, butthe crowding ,u ,r .,.lB
tension or kitchen. come and stay with him while I go for smothered the fire, so %.1-1 %. r.,t!..'tl
"How glad I am that we have no near the doctor? Our man has gone to Den- numbers. Even in a hl.-,il,.-I liko?
heighbors,"1 she remarked to her brother, ver for the horses." Cyprus in 1882 one-fift" ,.f ti,
r who was feeding the stove with resinous "I will come immediately. Go right revenue was spent in d&stuvin4
pine, "for I shall want to sing Ali the on to Manitou." the locusts,- ard especially theig;
time out here." "Mamma, ring this bell if you need eggs. When these eggs. Irf
"But w" have neighbors," he an- me," she said on starting. laid they are enclosed in a horny -h"9
5woerd. "They came a few moments Mr. Castleman's condition brought lope called a "pod," each pod containiik
ago, and chose the very site I first se- her ability as nurse into immediate req- thirty-five eggs. In seven months 1,33|
looted, and are busy putting up their uisition. tons of pods were destroyed. Now '
in tent now." She built a fire in the camp-stove, but single ton of pods contains 60,000,0(
d. "Is there aftnivalid with them?" finding no vessel in which to boil water, eggs, and yet, in spite of this almost 3-
m "Yes, ail old gentleman, rather a cross bethought herself suddenly of the re- credible destruction, the locusts are st4-
one. too, I am afraid, for I heard him turned saucepan. "How glad I am I a dreaded plague I,1 .h..w i1,[1, it",a"
* scolding quite sharply a short time ago." brought it back," she thought gratefully, symptonslok dimi,,,,.. 1.1 .,,ih,, _%. T.,e
Nellie arose early the next morning for for there is not one moment to lose." Arabs say that th1: d ,rk ..... ,!t;i' uf.
there was much vet to be accomplished By the time the physician had arrived, the wingsof the s .a.....s ,.ii l,;',> _r-o
in the way of becoming settled in the constant applications of hot water to the and that the t sila. ,rt, 't io i 'I .ll
new home. W while preparing breakfast patient, and th( in uisi.:-it..f hin, l'.,.t in .\Vc nre il'... _,IIy Iti Il.. "iit !:.!I
It she heard a pleasant "Good morning!" it, had very nl' imuch O,.d hi (.-n- E 11,:h ,, I j .,,, > 1 .1r,1 U--.-_'.. It 1,'
from the back door, and glanced up to edition. i,-i th,: h-odr..tlh i -I.,ul,1,- ti:,,; f
fi n d a y o u n g m an s tan d ing th e re T h e d o cto r ,.:,m m ef ,, l ,l 1i n hi;- h ,: t .:ori.l N o t 1 n .0 _'.- _, l1 1 I"' l'
"Pardon so ea ly a visit, "he explained, termsthecourri,-,urin;l hi, th.. tr,..n',ili n S |r,,L) I a gentl..tau ,:,I.- v I_..,, i-':.|rij
"but have you a saucepan you could con- little nurse, an. .Lia tl.,t'heitr 6pce..i- aa,- Ioc, t s6waricm h,.I p,!_:.l. .: .IndII
Iveniently loan ? We have lost ours, and tion had sav...l1t1: ,-, ;.iit'. {if.. n th,"-,.. i :n hi,.r ,,i.l,.,-, i,- i t'if
,n my uncle thinks he' cannot possibly do A grateful _-1, *. tr...- Mi t'.i, l-i,,u, ,1,;.. In hIli. ,. t .Il ,b .
Switthouthi |..:,rn;.lr ,: .-r., ..iii .u t 1-11, 1.. ini ,i.. i,., ,d .1ih ,--r i i ,: hid.l j1f _t
BB re^ 'n-e the cook ?" she cdifffued I, .... "ow, .. r., ,,.' :...,i '
yltwa face- ,,t ,-,smilein l. ,iv.ur,th bef.-re Ihem, .n,-'[b-hiod t,.ru
, P er face dim piling inao m iles as she p l, sively. -." ,, not have [i. at aldam e bur, n, th. th,. in,,.I ill,?he nard.i i
' scanned the handsome face and well-knit the water b 'r i ,.' ,,, Een h,,rD. a. a ,,, li,.l r. the [r{"
figur,q N ellie gutli.,,1 h er i ,t ,:, f l, l.htl ,. .-ll. ,., d. l .- t.i .,,.
S Y"Ls, to my sorrow, I am for thtpres- steps to the d1..r .f, th., ir i,,,b dh.C I,.: a's t,
ent. May r call on you for some kindly next morning. M~r ta-rh_1. 11, !1.4111,-_ 11,h--
hints when in a particular dilem m a?" im r v d"n!T e H l a d
glancing suggestively at her well-floured of the call:
hands, Th, (.I t, n .i.h I,..' b.,.n ,& t
fl. d Certainly, as often as you like. I A very fri, r l f.,:;n- ,, .1 1.]-h .,I oi int th, ..I!v .I ,r, bin ,
have served a full apprenticeship y l ike,, between r e ,, t, r t, .I-i lh.- ] I," lh,- (.: .
"Nellie, the potatoes are bur i e r hel h..r -i,.t .. ,.t v h ,. Vi,.. P,l,...6tr.. .,,,r t," [,'IIK
Necalle, ther pot toes ate burnigi once a day during he old gentleman's wear the Oriental aspect il has -m1
'cled her mother froroomh. inner convalescence. He softened visibly be- tained from time immemori-.1, it Ah.-
Wheeupon the young man hastily d neath the unaccustomed influence, and already the distinctive marn.,... n,,. ,du
saceanWhi~up he on mnhsily de- evenwheasked rNelliecatemno bring her guitar andcarimges roand hastbern bi r ,r. ,otk
parted, promising an early return of the sing for him. times and Western progr...... .\ p,l
saucepan. SY r caagrodhsbebull'...Idlfa
When Mr. Castleman grew stronger he to Jerusalem, and thence to 1;,.h, l, .m.
"No ladies with them!" said Nellie came everyday to the Loomis' tentL He ob- A telegraph wire runs from i h, .d1...l,
1at the breakfast-table, I"how dreary tha I T ^ ^ T ^Atlgahwr usfo 1r >,&,
must be" a" ttserved Nellie's uniform cheerfulness, her to the interior, offices bein- ,:1 I,,i
musthe be." on atour industry, her economies, and he was at "Nablour, the old city'f .-....hi.,
"They have beeii on a tour in the never wearied of watching her swift, where'Jacob's well was, and'.h:r :
mountains," saidHarry, "'but itdid not bird-like movements, c wf-^ eJcbs elws .- ,.,J
seem to benefit Mr. Castleman." i n r movements, blessing and the cursing w. r, ,,J,,1 I
"Castl eman!" exclaimed Nellie, in "No porridge for your mother?" he Ebel and Gerizim, also at NL`I ,I, Ihl.
"pained surprise, "isltatdthe name?" asked one night when'e had remained berias, and Damascus." W,.,,,, ,-,I
pained ise, u that' the nmater for tea. '"Why, how is that, little girl?" ing at the mill is now a spectacle "ara
"Yes. But what's the matter, Nell? "I ama sorry I have none for either her seen at Nazareth, a steam flouring-m d
You look as if you bad seen a ghost." or you, but-we have nothing to prepare takin the place of the ancient metho
"IWlher e ve The o ld e t in." The var of the seam engine is heard i- I
"llinoisv IbleeThe ownd geprt n tleou- "Besmy^ Jlf saucepann! Why that city. It is only a little while agd
ma ash wspoety n ou on did you nlot speak of it tong agM that nothing in the way of building wai
*tye. eysae" thuh NleiTh e Bt^Sext tnoz' 11n6ne saucepan wa6 seen outside the old walls of Jerusalem i
.a pang. "Just before 1papa died he told It was addresed to Nellie, and, re- the nothadw es of: the"n city.A~e Gier|
me tbat Castlemant was tne name .of the moving the cover she found' within a man colony1 has^ bul town outy toar r]
rtmandetWh obtained~n tosUrs theoame on aseaeCU- mother,--thlck paper mare:" dinefryuand uies look hs like a mawn ufatutwrin
rftyebt An ths i th ma Dea mnhp? "Mdicne or ourthe plain of Rephalm, which, for thri
do earth tol homember though "ifots braks "h, mamma, do open it quick; curl- village in Massachusetts. On the out5'
my heart o remembryour comfrts a osit has taken complete Possssion of skrt of the city a school for training| "i
associhalthios, band~otins h at fro m yo u,, me"w Nl"sadhr otr n boys in farming, carpenty, and o^the-
.. ___erilhealt s Ibayanshe frmou, ,,Whypr 1 1- te,' sal h;* r mother, in a, trades is maintained by the London Misi"
a 'gain faP~he sma'epa~nk 'mada s t.% choed voice "i i Csmns~ nm a edt8u l ionary, society. The country about Beth-
rn 'atemn we he "eue thome giv'den itn r.Cseman' nme lehem is quite recovered to the ancient: J
sful rticle.,"yWa stangcon cietnhcet WIhat d oes itmenmy chid" fertility. Stones are gathered from the ;
the~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~"h onl tiktn nth ilnpwa ; ow, I knw, she cried, be- fields and utilized as fences, and the-',
burned last night. Our man willbe here am ^ ^ was sod glad." ground is well tilled At Acre, Nazar-1(
in a few days with supplies, however Sh coul screlmk exlno of Palestanindee, auin ote o thritogegatiown
and then we will troueouno^ ^ loge. tohroher forthe eueaneo er: ^^ may b~ie aqe seen woshp ng i agegai-!
"Mamma," said Nellie, on his depar- ecbrnc f h urcha building. worsehapngins an other
ture, "I feel sure that saucepan is theirs. Jfer face was radiant when she re- area s bu old Eng lecand cs G ran y ad oh r
t eem~so dradfly to thn oforw tre from her visit of thanks to Mr.- Amerioa are found in most of the chief
I'll buy you one, sis, with the very C'astlman:. cities. Jerusalem has an orphanage for
firstonercanearn^Jd~trry "He wasao kind, mamma; and whell I boys founded by the Germans, and0 hay-
fis oneyIaneahw rn, abid arr. kse d himhe 0ised c bckagan. ing 800 inmates. There is also .an ore
}leer!" sighed Nellie. "I think, I'll just ones o Nellie. tseemedtha~t teun inmte arc ^^ s^ ^ot.dadtai .,
Keep it, for mamma must have her per- had never sent down such soft, life- some, uefinui sty. '^
wih.rdge' and they can buy a dozen if they givng .. .ra.before, .. .. and it was a wonder- m sm uuty

.. ... IUi moon-Mat flooded the valley with its Th W l R Man
But the result of the matter was that radiance through the long summer nights. The World's Richest an.
after dinner, she attired herself in a Her coldness toward Frank (*,.ml-u ,u4 In Januarv. 1883, Vanderbilt told'an
brown cashmere dress, whose color wel' diminished in marked degree aE th 1 JdaV4 -^intimte fri,.;,1 who dined with him one
suited eyes of hazel andtgolden hair, and sped on, but there was an intangible day he was worth $194,000,000. "Ibe-
started with the saucepan to their neigh- bardri, r-Lt-bv-,n them yet. lieve I am," said Mr. Vanderbilt, "the
born's tent. 1. i The two v sin li.1_ grew stronger every richest man in the world. In England
The ( ere tie,.' Iba,. '"and seatf 1 ,l.,y, and now that Mr. Castleman's horses the duke of Westminster is said to be
..,within ona eflyp,.hair, she saw a feeble and carriage had arrived, they, with Frank worth $200,000,000, but it is mostly in
old man... and Nelll took long trips to Glen Eyrie, lands and houses. It does not yield h1im 6
-Come in," he called, in a sharpvoice, Cheyenne Canon, Monument park and two per cent. a year. From now I shall
as she hesitated at the door. "Help other points of interest. be worth more than $200,000,000, and
yourself to a chair, child. I am in no One day Nellie was sent on a pressing will have an income equal to six per
fix to play the gallant, as you can see." errand to Colorado Springs, and Frank cent. on that amount." Vanderbilt can
"1 trust you find that Colorado air is accompanied her as usual as driver. As take life comparatively easy on an in-
beneficial to you, sir," Nellie ventured they returned across the mesa (tableland) come of $12,000,000 a year, and watch
to remark, after being seated. the sun was throwing its last, slantin his wealth pile up without any effort of
"Not a bit of it," he answered. testily. beams on the Gardeneof the Gods, which his. From his government he draws $2,-
"Those pesky mount aitns came near being, layin beauty beneath them. 372,000 a year; from his railroad stocks
the death of me. The altitude was too "I always supposed." said Frank, and bonds, $7,394,320; from his miscel-
great." laughing, "that tulips (two lips) lady- laneous securities, 575,695, or $10,342,- F
"It seems so pleasant here that we fingers, heartsease, and all such flowers 045 from his investments alone. Thus
hope our invalid mother will grow strong bloomed in the Garden of the Gods, did every day they earn for him $28,334.25. F
rapidly." not you? Hope I shall yet find them, Every hour sees him $1,180.25* richer,
"Pleasant enough, if camping out I'm sure." and every minute means $19.67 added to
wasn't the prescribed thing, but this "I doubt if you will," replied Nellie, his hoard. Beside this, he calculates to
doing without home comforts for the a bright red staining the ivory of her make $2,000,000 every year by fortunate P
sake of health seems rather inconsistent cheeks, sales. -American Queen. F
to me." Whereupon ensued a conversation of I
"We have quite a comfortable camp- such absarbing interest that a full hour t Eye.
ing outfit," said Nellie, with modest had elapsed ere they reached the "Bal- Language of the Eyes.
pride. "Our list includes a coffee-sack- ancing Rock." It is said that very quiet eyes that im- T
ing carpet, a folding rocking chair, a "I shall never forget," said Nellie, ir- press and embarrass one with their re- T
looking glass- relevantly, "that it was here we found pose signify self-command, but also
"And a saucepan," he interrupted, that dear little saucepan." much complacency and some conceit, ,
grimly. "And I shallneverforget,"saidFrank, Restless eyes that cannot look one stead-
"No sir," she answered, earnestly, radiantly, "that it was in the Garden of ily in the face denote a deceitful, design-
"the saucepan is not ours. We found it the Gods I found my dear little sauce- ing mind. Eyes in which the white has
in the Garden of the Gods, a short time pan, too." a yellowish tinge and is streaked with v
before we reached here, and brought it. "And the tulips, the lady-flingers, the reddish veins, prove much of strong pas- ti
over thinking it might be the one you heartsease as well," he slyly whispered. sion and hasty tempers. Very blue eyes s
lost." "Blessed little saucepans both," he bespeak a mind inclined to coquetry; T
4"HUmph!" after a brief examination, added. "Uncle and I may well thank grey eyes signify dignity, intelligence, C
"itfis the very same. I know it by this the fate that brought them into our and excellent reasoning faculties; green-
cross mark. I suppose I ought to be lives."-Chicago Current. ish eyes, falsehood and a fondness for
greatly obliged for its return, for one scandal. A malicious mind is often in-
doesn't often get back what is lost on the The output of coal in Great Britain dicated by greenish eyes. Black eyes n -
highway." kingdom last year is stated to have show a passionate, lively temperament,
"We would like to have you cail to reached the high total of 163,750,000 and oftimes a most deceitful disposition; 1
see us," said Nellie, rising, "I believe tons, or an increase of more than four brown eyes are generally tender and I
we are your nearest neighbors." and a-half per cent. on the previous year's true, indicating a kind and happy dis
"Didn't suppose I'd have any neigh- total. position.-Progress.

67 West Bay Street, Corner Laura, Jacksonville, Fla.
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J. O. B E S $ AWT,

No, 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in


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Music, Toys, Fancy Goods






Government Lands carefully Selected and (
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77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.

Ioo!rtog adl sti FinI N C s, Bradoi s, Whiskieis
Gins, Ales, Porter, Mineral Waters, and other Goods usually sold in a first-class Wine Store.
and an assortment of :"
F~Z x P- 0YGrR0 C JE -R 11E S-.

I have the agency for the celebrated Pickwick Club Whisky and Diploma Rye Whisky, and the rInal
audweiser Beer. All Goods warranted first-class and sold at reasonable prices. .

Jacksonville, Fla.

-IN -


(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, time).
JAKSONrViLLE, Fla., November 18, 1883.
-NM I I ING THIS DATE, trains on this road
--It .i r ,nnections will run as follows:
., .. f. Eastward.

( ,

- .. 2. 10. 4.
- .... i. o M Acom.

'..P. X. A. .
'" ..... Le. Jacksonville Ar. 900 780
'' Le. Baldwin .... le. 821 6 00
*' l,,. Le. LakeCity....ic 618 220
,. -* ro. Live Oak ..... Ie. 525 1215
Le .. Ta,,aa,i..... A.Ar O
A. M
,'3 Atx. Qlncy. ...... Le. 11 56 2 30
i'; ,' At. Cliatta .......l.e. 11 15 1210
r"" LO. Eliv. Jien'n..Lc. 11 00
r ,,, Aim. Madi~ina ...I.e. 10 03
0! ') At. Ponsacola...Le. 615
J. P I.t.
A t. At Montg'mery.l 945
At. Mo lbi .. ..... L 1. 1153
,, ,, Ar. I.0i ) s.. lc. 6 t5
A. k.
A;" r Narahville....Le. '25
.u Ar. Louisville.... Le. 1 00
1r. M.
r, 45 At. ( incinnati... Le. 8 55
.... and 2, daily; Trains 3 un [ 4, daily (ex-
*.1. .. .. i, .. trai'n Jac' sinviloe to Pen-
*! .., ...i Cu'llnman sleepers Jacklv t'iivUe to
,sonvill, with \ avcross line for all
,.., ', hand East; within he Fernanad ni and
,;": ,, railroadod for Fe'nindinn, and with
,., .1*: all points on the .it. Johns river, St.
.. .. etc.
I' in with Florida Tr'mit and Peninsular
., .., l l Gainesvi]H, O(alil, lernanidina, Cedar
.. ,.. ,,I gulf ports.
Oak, with Savannah, Florida and Wes-
era ui~iiway.
t 't:.ll ahi(s e, with St. Mark's brach, on Tues-
d ay s i ..... I ,,, II ,,, ,, ,
" At, .. *. r, -. the Pensacola and
Atlaulic lia Iroad for Marianna, \'mnsi( ola, Mobile,

poini s "- -,
TP the Floril City So te the New Short
i e via th Florida Cedlral and W s era Railroad.
euhrough ickets a i t. i I.. C ir Berths se-
iurd ut Company's 1 I r i Office, and at
.ew office, southwest corner of Bay and Hogan,
:acksonviaje, Fla.
1 General Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
| General Passenger Agent,
.5Jacksonville, Fla.
, Gen. Trav. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.


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PALATKA, FLA., March 26,1884.


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Recently from the North, now the leading

I 0> Jacksoan]lls,has received a complete stock of

Spring t& Summer Goods
forgentlomen, which he will make np for those
who wi 1 favor him with their order Inthe latest
style and of ,the best workmanship.
A Perfect Fit and General Satisfaction Guar
Give him a call before leaving your order elsewhere
51 West Bay St.,

For ORANGE TREES, to secure a vl.;nrons s-rowlh, fall rrulhave andl .,, rrui B
For VEGETABLBS the Special Man -s i.tiptLr to each, crp. sur,, wIth t he .t-p H
making a Perfect Plant Food in its mos 81 ,1ib,,, fo-rM, 1o 1ial it C.,n u- FadLI, dit&&w U(II
young rootlets to nourish the plants.
Send for Pamihlets giving Testimoni .Is. Pri.11 *]ll,. an.I frll lijfirm ,t{.1,u.
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Of Superior Activity and Efficency. A very chieip and Excel'ent Fertilizer for Small
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Stable Manure to supply Ammonia.
Ashley Acid Phosphate, Ashley dissolved Bone, Genuine Leopoldshall Kainit, Floats of flighest
Grade, Product of the Due Altomizer.
N. B.-The above Fertilizers, especially the ASHLEY ASH ELEMENT, have been successfully used on
oranges by some of the best growers in the State.
For Terms. Hand-Books, Agricultural Primers and excellent Articles on peas, Ash Element. Floats,
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Lv Lesburg ...............
Ar Solth Lake Weir.......
North Lake Weir.......
Oefba ........ .......
Redick ................
Loolbie ................
"Mimnopy ..............
What's Crossing.........
Intwlachen ..........
Paltka ................

6 00 AM
6 33 "
6 50 "
7 33
8 OT
8 19
8 52
9 22
9 59
10 55

T 00 A M
8 32
8 55
10 35
12 43 P m
1 20
6 10
3 20 "
4 48 "
6 04 "
7 35 "




) f 9 30 A 11
From Paatka, Ocala & Leesburg.... -] 12 .O M.
) 4 30 "
From Mbanopy........................ 7 45 A m


Fruits and Vegetables,
Special attention given to the sale of Florida Vegetables, and prompt returns 1cndel ed. BS'-Sendfor
Stencils. 21-6mo

What's a' the Stear the Noo wi' Davie ?

Ile keeps the Choicest Groceries constantly on hand.
lie doesn't sell cheap trash for good articles, but keeps none but the BEST, and makes you pay
small profit on it.
lie can auDply you with the choicest of BUTTER and LARD.

HOMINY AND MEAL, Homemade and Northern, can be found at his store.
The best brand of Condensed Milk at DAVIE'S.
That's What is th0 Matter wr' Davie. ann D on't Yon Forget it l



Per Palatea. Ocala& ; oesburg ...... 1100 be
3 00 P r3
For Micaiopy.......................... 6 00 "
Train leave at....................... 6 30 AX
Train arrivs at ....................... 6 1') P M
First-clas car through from Palatka to Gaines
ville on all tains.
At Palati, with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key
West R'y, ad fast river steamers for St. Augus-
ine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville and all
points north, east and west, and with up-river
teamers fo' South Flor da. Also with the new
Twin Screw ron Steamship "City of Palatka," for
Charleston, Jew York, Boston, Philadelphia, &c.
At Wait's crossing, with Peninsular railroad for
At Gainesvlle, with Transit railroad for Cedar
Key, Pensacda, New Orleans and Tampa.
At Ocala, Nith Transit railway, and hacks for
Silver Spring.
At Leesbur. with the boats on Lake Harris for
points on lat and alonj; the St. John's & Lake
"isis R'y Aso with Graham's hacks for all points
n South Flord~a.
General manager. Superintendent.

Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Vegetables,





Fine Florida Palmetto Hats,.

Dgolstict RoNseld and Now Homo NOwi Bachinos;
The Best Needles for all Machines.
No. 73 West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA

O. e L. y K Fn De sT ]E ,

Millinery, Fancy IDress Goods,

CVHMLJtiRH A. SV-KirbY, I'nblishr

X.0 YO U r. W, 200
Uzo t in'L~s 1 101B
One squar, flint hnertion 1
,* Fta:h additional isertion to
1f'rotgiot at and business car.a of 8
1-, fla e, ptr annum 10 00
A, Al da o er 8 lines, p*r annum 15 00
r . NotOio of atplilca[iij for letters of
admini'tra ln 603
Natit s of appointment as ad ninis-
trator 5 00
Notice to debtors and c editor 00
Noltoe for final dismissal 1. 00
Notices of over two a.iuares will be charged
by .he square at legat rates. A 11 o he regal
no ices and adverti,,emeot.i wi I be charged
aCcorijiag to the 8 sce they ooaupy and ,he
-"'I0 cents per line. libeiba reductions made
""to regular ad~ertiseer.
atteod at the postoffice in Lake City as
second-olass mail matter>


Savannah, Florida & western R'y
Al trains of this road are fu ly BCentral (9th
,. ,';1 .,,, i ,nc, w hich is 33 m tin t(Ces lo t cr thin
ON and after Sunday, November IS, I.-,.
Eonger trains w ill leave and arrive 1. I ,1 '
i,,,. ,,, i L... .' .. .... ~ ,") a nm

11.- i / i. ,i, .r 'i'. .l .11,11 .' "r .... I,, i.5 p
\ ,,, l .'." l. i i I. "1 1,' .. .. P 1 1
. l". k ,I c -Ir,,-I ; *i .I 111 ; ] np

,,, ...i ,,,.. ,,, i,, 1 .. 6 p ri
i i '*,i i 1 e 1. i i 1 ,i l I' p ll
,rr ive i i11 i. [ ... I.** i ,iry at .... .... ; ,0 pa im
,r, l.. .. 1 ,-,,,,.>' u 11y .[i t ..i .Tack 0nv ll n t
Iav"nnh ,,J: ,{ '[ . { l
i ,- i. ,, .,,,, '. r.... .,' ,,,, j .... .O ll n
t.... .,1 & .,,,* I,.i i i lo an"
A rt'}v c ^i ,,,i.nt, 1lily, r da y ....... r... 9 5 l 4
o'Pok 1 rri.... t Ceda KeyI ' ['ti theraimJ a rkso v'illoo
Savlranniah of a tanlls
, i... .. i ., .i ,ll d.',' a ........ 1.. .I B [ 0 p m.,
1 ,iv W n ,, .i .i ... 'I ,, .) ] ., .. ,,1'1 ,,iIl
A riv," ,r *.,,.. ." ,, -* ., ,, 3Vay0 p m
t. iv l" t a c ~ daily .. .,, t ... ,.... *- < 't" I
,, I ... .. .*i al ri i tf l' w.. C 0
s r .. r ,r .l... Ii." " ,.. .I Iq ll .P tlldO
o'lc ,1rivn t t' dI..iliar K .. th .same. 63 aft mo n
l~tri g ,, l eaves-l.' 1 eda i" ey Mond" hi taiy btwenrn

[ea. e .-,.,on. i,..dally at................ B20 p m
Arrive at WaycrBossll daily at ............ 5 5 a) m
A ,i 1I iH ll, lda.i a. .. ..... .. ... Slooplin
,i ,t A t a dall. at............ ,,1 25 p to

Ar rv at "ahile ,'lly at...... ..... 260a m
"ri' c.' I-on,,,rlle d ,il t ... ..... th 50 tr n m'~w
Arieat. .,. Cicna..i di,. at..._......... 700 ,.,.um
tarrve &tCicagonle dally a't...,,,,......... 610 p nt
Arrive at J koSt.Ln ili e daily at ......... ..... 6 20 a m
nAti vi.f Ca!cos ahnuda to C taoga ..... .... np.
i dlal,=. l y at. i i...... .... .... "l O0 p tO
Ar.ri. at Atl anta dait v at 1 ............... 1* 72 0 p m
Arr1. ive *t ih tan o2 d.. ., y a t .. .. .. .. ... 8' 50 p m
Arr .ie t Nash*ile di y at.. .[ .......... .6. I a25 a m

A rr .at I0 tlle dL l at ...i **i, *i. .. .. .. .. 1' 15 a m
Arrive t C i d ........... .. 0 in

TArr ive at Chic.g dai. y .. t ...I.1 .... ... 6 10 p m
*Arr .ie at ... L.ui da11 y A t i. .... .. ...... i^.20 p m
1,111 mSeepngC:,rsonthis Trainja tkoCincin- t

nat vi. acirs ndt Cataooavi andeu

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A Good Stock of Patent Medicines,.
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,ite, and was restored to health as soon as hebegan,.
take our favorite medicine. We -re thankful for tL: Ir', I,
good Hood's Sarsaparilla does, and we recommend it, c-".l'
all our friends and neighbors."-MRS. THALIA I ] ;
. SMITn, Scipioville, N. Y. L GOROCO
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HER StCRET TROUBLES. Tal questions 111
The Unknown Trial--Vshich a Woman Tn. Ask the most eminent physician
dured V Without Couiplaitt-Why They Of any school, what is the best thing toalth
Vanished. worldfoqueigadaa*anritfn
Near the close of one of the most trying of o cu g fworms o
the few hot days of the present year a pale, cmlitgvnnaulhldkerfsh
rare-worn woman might have been seat ntg sepawy
the window of her dwelling apparently in a A n h w t unhesitatingly
condition of complete exhaustion. Her ef- rynmform of Hops!!!"
forts to meet the accumulated duties of
her household had been great but unsuc- CHAPTER I.
cessful, while tho care of a sick child, whose Ask any or all of the most eminent PhYri
wails could even then be heard, was added to clans:
her otherwise overwhelming troubles. "What is the best and only remedy that
Nature had done much for her and in her can be relied on to cure all diseases of t -
youthful days she had been not only beautiful neys and urinary organs; such as Bright's dis-
ut the possessor of health such as is seldom ease, diabetes, retention, or inability to retain
seen. But home and family duties and" the diseases and allmentS Peon
depressing cares which too oft accompan her to Women-1
them had proven greater than her splendid "And they will tell you explicitly and em-
strength and she felt at that moment ot o phatically, 'Buchu. l.''"
that life was a burden but that death Ask the same physicians
be a grand relief. This is no unusual expe- "What is the most reliable and rest cure
rienoe. It is, in fact, a most common every- for all liver diseases or dyspepsia, constip&-
day occurrence, and a great prayer is con- tion, indigestion, biliousness malaria, fever,
stantly ascending from thousands of homes ague, &c.,1 and they will tel you:
for deliverance from the deadly power which is "Mandrake! or Dandelioa I
enslaving so many wives, mothers and daugh- Hence, when these remedies are combined
ters. And yet these duties of life must be met. with others equally valuable,
No woman can afford to turn aside from the And compounded into Hop Bitters, such a
proper care of her homo and the ones who axe wonderful and mysterious curative power is
committed to her care, although in doing developed, which is so varied in it, Operations
these duties she may sacrifice her health, and that no disease or ill health can possibly exist
possibly life itself. The experience of one or resist its power, and yet it i
who successfully overcame such ti ials and yet Harmless for the most frail woman, weak-
retained health and all the blessings it brings est invalid or smallest child to use.
is thus told by Rev. Wiiliam Watson, sid- CHAPTER 11.
ing elder of the Methodist Episcopal urch, ients
residing at Watertown, N. Y He said: "Almost dead or nearly dying"
"My wife became completely urn down
through overwork and care of a sick member For yeu-s and given up by physicians, of
of our household, and I entertained serious Bright's and other kidney diseases, liver coin.
apprehensions as to her future. She was Ian- plaints, severe coughs, called consumption,
guid, pale, utterly exhausted, without ap ave been cured.
ite, and in a complete state of physical de Women gonearly crazy I 1111
cline0 And yet she did not, could not neglect From agony of neuralgia, nervousness,
herduties. 1 have seen her about the housetay- wakefulness, and various diseases peculiar to
ing courageously to care for the ones she loved, women.
when I could tell, frotn the lines upon her People drawn out of shape from excruciat;
face how much she was suffering. At times ing pangs of rheumatism, inflammatory and
she would rally for a-day or two and then fall chronic, or suffering from scrofula,
back into the state of nervous exhaustion she Erysipelas I
felt before. Her head pained her frequently, "Saltrheum blood poisonng dyspepsia, in
her body was becoming bowed by pain and diletion, and' fact,almostadiseases frail
all hope or enjoyment in life seemed departed. nature is heirto
What to do we could not tell. I resolvedhow- Have been cured '.v- E. -r Birt-;* proof of
ever. to bring back her life and vitality if which can be found in every neighborhood i
possible and to this end began to treat her my- theknown world.
self. To my great relief her system has LW 1 None genuine witho1tabunphof10 eez
been toned up, her strength restored, her Hops on the white label. Shun all the vl,%
health completely recovered, and wholly poisonous stuff with 'Hop"or 'Hops" in theb
the use of Warner's Tippecanoe, whch name.
regard as the greatest tonic, invigorator
and stomach remedy that has ever been | EIAR NWISCAPE
discovered. I was led to use it-the more
readily as I had tested the he~lte-ie- M
storing properties of Warner's Safe Cure Mr1o'n"Pencer, BaggaKSena-IF4i
in my own person, and I therefore nwta
anyremedyM~r.warnernuight produncwould
be a valuable one. I have since recommended teen years is a long time i % hich to differ, yet Mr.
both Warner's Tip oan Wae's S Peter Lawler, of DaltonMass, had led a miserable
Cure~ tor T pecno andr f W arner's Safei. life for that period through the presence of stone in
Cure many o my friends, and I know the bladder. Thathesought in all directionsfora
several doctors of divinity as well as numer- cure is an almost superfluous statement. Hedidob-
ous laymen who are using both with great tamntem orary n
benefit."ayhecledo r.bvdKend, fRnduN
Y. who sid, after examination: "ir. Lawleryou
If all the overworked and duty driven wO- have stone in the bladder. We will first try UP-
men 6f America could know of the experience DAVID KENNEDY'SFAVORITE REMEDY -
above described, and act upon the sak', tere folys later the
can be little doubt that much of the pain, and fie.
most of the depressing influences of life might D,. day a I came he I
be avoided. Such truths are too valuable to passed two gravel stones, and am doing nicely now.
remain unknown. PETEB LAwLBB."
Dr. Kennedy now has the stones at his office, and
THE Rothschilds own $400,000,000 of United the are y nficimtly formidable to justify the claim
............ the leading specific tor stone in the bladder. In his
letter Mr. Lawler mentions that FAVORITE
No woman can live without some share of ROMEDY also cured him of rheumatism. The
physical suffering- but man acct as in- subjoined certificate tells its own story
etabe a great amount of pain whicn be DATO ass., April 27,1882.
avoided. Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Corn- Mr. Peter Lawler bas ben a resident af this own
pound was inventdbyonewho understoodfor the atsvnenyas n norepo o
s a t s p respected citizen of the town and community. He
simple, yet admirably effective remedy, has had some chronic disease to our knowledge for
most of the time, but now claims to be, and is, in aPe
THE average of fires I London is not quite parent good health. CHAs. 0. BROWN Pros.
three amnight.D. ,T, MAO., JUDO U, 1884.
No disease can show such quick results as .. ,',.'*; t
Heart Disease; do not delay, Dr. Graves' see ou. As I told you then I was troubled with Kid-
Heart Reulator is a specific. $1 per bottle hed orste fud B Icen m
at druggists, porary relief until I visied vou and commenced tak-
.... ... ... ing your FAVORITE HEDY. I ontinuetak-
THE last wife of the sultan of Morocco is inu -the Remedy according to your directions and
the thousandth consider myself a well man. Very fully ours,
' You have tried everything for your Heart Our letter of April 27,1882, holds good so farasMr.
Disease? No, sir. Allow me to show you Dr. Lower's testimony is concerned regar nhheahl
Graves' Heart Regulator, been in Market DALTON, June 9,1884.
thirty years, great many good testimonials N Y N U-25
from its use. Only $1 per bottle at druggists.
THE streams in California are golden with

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ring-wvormtettersalt rheum, chilblains. bottle by-us, a the Imitations are, W bhl
Bld Heads Chesebrough Manufacturing Co., N York.
when you have tried everything else and Walnut Leal Hair Renoref.
failed try our Carboline and be happy; it will
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sold by all druggists."
Life Preserver, 5
If yqu are losing your grip on life,try"Wells'
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blood which deposits poisonous matter in the B). .S PAYNh
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and swelling of the joints and excrucing B
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poison from the system. Go to the nearest Cured DlYtbo H
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Piso's Remedy fo1atarrh is a certa cure / i
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$2,000,000 a year in tithes. W -" ,1* r **- -un

WHEN MY SHIP COMES IN. which she thrust indiscriminatcly on my
BomU-U~iwiner ae oe tomehead, slid feet, and hands, till'I said,
[hum iOr 4=1 winter a re---one to m e, t si v
And the fy is bright, be it storm or skin s, 'k
F F or kr aw tyo'er a sunny sa, t ee. wh at it ni s t at ma t Ma r y,
S all a tr e a s ur ev e wiv, a n d a ll I s m e l g at is h a p n i e4 p leae
S IP -~ ripples that fall away, 'toa t
hea ven but if you stand there ike
4W she deav the asare waves before; marble figure your boy will die.'
.- ".w, nearer, day by day, thought that it was no less than a
V wa the happy hour when she comes to plmmons from the doctor to say that he
sh- tore, had^ not a moment to live; but no, it was
But what if the never comes r- you say, from Augustus himself, and ran as fol-
"Tf you never the honor, the treasure, 1oW8:
*\ gall" "R.AREST MARY:
Xt ha made me happier, day by day, I i to that 't tolv waa l
It l eased full many an aching pain stroke of genius the only one my boy Was
.; It has kept the spirit from envy free, ever guity of) 'hal roved as false to me as I
*l 111Ba8 dulled the ear to the world's rude din, was to another. I fore not ask yon to pity
4)h I bes of btsing it's, to e me, I have not deserved it, Alone, friend-
O blssin its ben tome, law, penniless, there remains but one course
To look for tho hour when my ship comes forme. Farewell Comfortimymother,and
.forget year wretched, brok.n-hearted,
-EdwardS. iRand. "AUGUSTCS.'
f. .... I did not believe in it. No, I did
THEIR WONDROUS POWitR. not believe in the letter. In the first
place, I could not iniagine any one con-
;. All day in tie fragrant grove tomplating a really desperate step and
niremocking birnI ang in riotous mirth: writing such a carefully-worded epistle
"Tlales nothing but joy in the wide, wide Secondly, it would have been to me, not
Ota to Mary, he would have written, unless
Nothing bnt frolic and fun be wanted something more from her
Under the light of the sun." than merely a kindly remembrance after
And I said, "It is true;" for the eyes of my death. It looked to me much more like
love returning sanity than the madness of
Shone through my heart as the sun through self-destruction. However, Mary was in
the grove, such a whirl of terror and agitation that
there was nothing for it but send for a
All night in the fragrant grove b and take the frst train to London.
TmAnocking bird mioaned in melodious pain: If I hadn't been afraid she would think
Weary, oh I weary the night and vain! me very hard-lio-arted, I would have
Notling but wreck nnd woo pointed out that if he actually intended
MFom the far, cold stars can flow," to make away with himself, we should
.: And I said, "It is true;" for the eyes of my arrive rather late. But I did not feel
love many misgivings on that point.
'Were withdrawn from my heart as the sun "We reached his chambers at last, and
from the grove. Mary rushed upstairs too perturbed to
speak. I followed,but paused a moment
Weaken, oh Iwaken, radiant eyes, before entering, and looking through the
S With the'lift of your lashies morn flamsi
Wththe lt f orhe hsmonfamsi half-open door, beheld a tableau which
+made me think lo had calculated to a
-Ada .turyes. nicety the moment of our. arrival. At a
..... ........ table littered with books and papers sat
It N L \S ""tidry, hi. .y.s
P. -' \, up 1 ceii. on. arm was
-" S 7"---- thrown over th. back oi'hisair, in the
", y r _" '."i ibe line h. +- 1 ... pisol Atth
ro nitebabyo 'indeed, my dear;" n
-does uc(reditl-he..docsireally. There. noise of 6ur cuirance observed he made
Over up his dear litti" tootsisI an elaborate attemptt to conceal the pistol
and tike him away. I hope. my love under a vey small piece of blotting
he'll havhealth and goodlooksand- Mary dropped on he k
S w h a t's th at- g en iu s. Oh n o -oh d ea r f I f l ip ied o n f or the c ur -
n o l Y ou d on 't k n o w w h a t it is to b e t i t o d es e nd t w as w ith d c u t
4 the mother of agenius; Ido. I remember I~l ket myelf fro Itapplauding. lt
the time when my Augustus was precise-' Auutu! so b Mary, I ho
y ch' another ink, ulin lit could u ocru o ba
*as oflnej f us Your mother has forgiven you; I
-'" T at was 'is i: ntnhocet pl ays. Bu. t be hvlog ve o h c mtak n
frre v older as boys will r ls too l t b eh py once m o '
lor the matter of that, poor things l- Il t hs a
and whepn hen arrivedat wha shul As for mle, I hic maoul d t hink ofnohng wept.
hae benedars .... disrton he startled the itl tfsiae e ets
o ne da y uw t thenews thnat he meantly ss h l
tobel and ator. Suchitd career, my was ntal orss h epaino
levl d r ail trying it. Pointing it at Mary, I ex-
most respectable ironmongers from claimed:
generation togeneration-Amen! 1 1Sooner than you give yourself to
'AUWhat'stobecomne of the business, o s r s I wuldsee you dead at
Agusu? I sed. myfe.
4o .h, the business may go to--the II Mary screamed, Augustus did not
opepo io shop,' said e i, andsi did even change color, but taking the weapon
every bolt a n o i 'Wat does from my hand, aske calmly:
onweigh against poetry?" "I*Are you mad, mother?'
'Wel,. f i you ask me, Autustus: I I I Oh, my poor boy! I am afraid it is
should say iron was the more su stantial who are mad, when you contemplate
of the two, and though you deride your committing suicide with an cMnty Pis-
m nothees opinion, as it is the fashion for tol 7
young men to do, still I know that iron "Hechanged colorthen; butbefore
would fill your pocket and your stomach h could answer Mary did the most sen-
sooner than poetry.' sible thing that any girl could have done
'"But auntie,' began my niece Mary, under the circumstnces-she fainted
whoy was In the room at thoe; ime-(I r a % The hurry and excite-
kneW which side she was going to take; ment and reaction bad been too much
shenand Augustus were as good as en- fo h So w h e to do in
g ud to each other)-'But, auntie trying to revive her; and when that was
\ Qulkhow glorous it must be to write a effected I thought the best thing was for
book us all to have lunch, which we accord-
I 'Dn't you be alittle fool, my dear, inaly did; and it was quite touching to
+Jsaid., 'It's my opinion that more peo- see Mary's pretty ways with Augustus.
R14 write books than read them nowa- She was anxious for him to forget the
cays; and if things go on ike this, the p and try to be happy in the present,
subscribers to a library will bo paid, i.- 1) i
stead of-having to pay money.' "So there was nothing further for m. .
*'But a poet, auntie -surely, there to do but persuade the silly boy to come#
-+ .are- v +few poets j home with us and make preparations for
," And no wonder, my dear- when te wedding, and support them both
"'m~oc. en.advanced thought leaves us s
moern'avne huhtlae ss until Augustus could hit upon some busi-
little to be poetical about. What is to ,ng wre his intellect might have
"- rnyme with love" if IHeaven above" is s to work, and where he could make
iamyth ?T here is the romance of death moneyat thesametime. The business
'i +therejsto)be- no reunion ? 'It 13s4. not.been discoveredmyet. In the
0- meantime, Mary is quite proud of being
Aind rpuCTry--Ti- .I.1ancebtor., Iihv mo.n the wife of a genius, and looks import-
Sf i an.t every time he takes out a sheet of
I"I But o coursc my opinion went for and frowns if I move, or if the cat
4. sneezes, while he sits nibbling his pen.
to Lo Itto try his fortune as an author. However, it's turned out better than I
Ma, .be and abetted him though expected at one time. Only, my dear,
it" d separate them for a time. So don't let te hear you wish that again fo
o~.went, instead of being content with your little i Innocent, up -stairs. It's not
,and.. a poe' corner in ouloal every one gets out of the mire so easily.
r.* vrvyspaper'. i i Unless he has a fortune to spend, time to
om E t he ver? y.^,1 da-11"1 waste, and no one's heart to break, don't
ary, began to look in the publishers' wish him to be agenius."-Hm NcTe&
column and amongst the reviews, as if
.she e~pertid the book to burstinto bloom Revolting Practices.
t once an.i to receive a flattering no- A Madag
i;Hc i letters didn't tell us much ex- A adgsgar letter to the Springlield
mtit dinners and suppers, until I Ikepblcaa says' In this land, where su-
lK think that authors ate their way perstition, treachery and murder predom-
Hmuch as barristers eat their way inate, it is not strange that funerals are
l w Ina little while he wrote to continually occurring, and that the
money. I had expected that, and strangest ani most revolting Derform-
lwhat I could spare. At last ances are indulged in upon these occa-
&was announced. You can Ir- 11018- The first funeral which I wit-
i excitement there was in the nessed was that of a man of no particu-
KfBehc town when half-a-dozen ht: rank oryosition. As the corpse was
^^ ^ B bonnd vohlmes found their "eD ae 'n twl olwdb
^^ ^ H to .us. Mary never paid so a rabl f'orcswowr l
^^ ^^ sin(;ler life asshe did in those scemgadylln. A tras
-^^ Twherevcr she went the first along h odtecrs a lcdo
W^ ~ always my- cousin's book of thegrudadaersof thec
1?Be-nn. She carried them about Withg eswrco endnwhcsea
Hie r ev-enhc:,,.-, tii.1 i',:a,] selcctioseecsswr h otpoietWe
I loudou, t"ll .i- ... nr Ae eve t," plc ...ralwsrace h
[ 'found any ont at b.,mc h.i.n s.he called opewstrw ae noahlo
/ 8he recited them t..o, froai metnory; btK adhecordupwherh
I noticed sometiinei thr~t if she missedA^ 1o ok a hnpae
Sf whole stsnzes hot,: and thcrr., t~he ses vrthS Soepcsofsle
C only likfl lhe old .fsihi,;.t,u.I' | y,o; which" w-t the bndy rn ode to gieh ghost
: f one can lnd,rstand. Cert. unlv Ihe bokstt"thne-wld Wenppe
J was -"li h, "'aid n.- ,., n cuuld kno ofanarbuedtecrmy soe
--F that he 'had1 raid e,'e,'v fai thing hi s l x e lv an ew t d fer t A

aT e ne-l uhnn, to do as to search olg.t ~ f hi aradohr
', tile papers f'or enl'ic h~m -.. In 0m c'there mlS~e ^ "gV 1.6tt e s lv s A c ff n
S.... ppeared a few lines of faint praise aeycttnaloso whtonr
majority there wa+ Ultet silence. About w1e. hloe uad h oypae
This time the eiahbor. b,.anit eunvlh*.refnrlcrmne r
.many ne*,pa]rs hey all s,:,ed I,,d > V P* .^ 0' d
rat tnem,^ h^'' u, 'ver ^ Weee asreeo pro fm
&they-werfcali;out thr harsh nn']cre. Mar, j riar itntondprsti
k ob, l". ^ S ^ Csat ,- y
l tM^ ^ amo auu

reafuiy Ihre cnne another app produces a putrefying liquid which is
for wn .t 1y had 4.%perted that, tnoo caught-in earthern vessels placed under
but thist'ime I[ a_ obliged to ietuse. the platform. This horrible liquid is
; dfdn't mean thnt all the little savings then divided among those present Each
"'* which I had destined for him and Mary reeves the iquyl in his band and
and their children should go to make quickly rubs it all over his body After
S waste, -d-lr P-,or Mary would have thisrevolting perforranee the body is
- sent every fa,,hiu,, she possessed,, only wppedi akind of clothandburied
+. luckily she didn't possess any. with various ceremonies.
"The net letter I received contained
some very surprising intelligence. An-
gustus was going to be married. He sa~d The origin of the word "charlatan' is
very little about the lady's beauty or a given by a German paper as follows: In
complishinents, but only mentioned that the olden time, when the doctors, sitting
she was the daughter of the head partner in their studies, weighed the ills of their
in a well-known publishing firm. Poor fellow-man and searched the depths of
'^ -Mary I she had fallen a victim to the nature for remedies, they were not in the
ge-nius of which she was so proud. I habit of riding about, their homes were
ad set mv mind on the boy's -marrying hospitals, and they did not leave their
her, and I'believe he was really fond of patients. At that time a genius of a
iher; but what aspiring author could re- doctor, who knew more about calculating
sist a publisher'ss daughter? Here was for himself than medicine, made his
n opportunity of never again beina 'de- appearance in Paris. His name was
t Joined -ith thanks.' Fancy the reams Latin. He procured a small, one-horse
.f rubbish that father-in-law would wagon (char), upon which he packed his
*allow. What a go-between, a loving remedies for all possible affections. With
^gcani-ugeranpeap vt- those he drove through the streets of
.[ d-4,Lhughter, and perhaps eventu-
-.-.aly a sturdy grandchild? I could hardly Paris. crying out his wares and looking
blame Augustus. Mary did not sav for patients. He was the first driving
'mch, but she left off eating as far as doctor, and soon became renowned.
waaconsistent with keeping alive, and Whenever he came along, the population
shewit away the book-of poems and greeted him with, "Voila le char de
ceas to'scan the newspapers. Ideed, Latan." This was soon abbreviated to
shegf her interest in everything. Her "Charlatan," which at that time denoted
oulyl fort seemed to be in singing a driving doctor.
broki hearted little ballads, always
about | desolate girl who forgives her
faithiiM lover, and never reproaches Apropos of the season when a young
him, K rests- her weary head upon the girl's dreams gently turn to thought of
BsynaVl)jD c' bo0rom of her mother. creams:
"On'y I was startled, by Mary rush- "My sweet," he murmurs soft ad low,
|n no room; pale and trembling, Asakteunicrmoglw
ing intrre1'' "Come~g tellme, now, h oul's esire?"
an open i r in her hand.
tie,' she cried, 'let us goto Tht se
1111him, at e, something dreadful will
? ,happen, I I sure. Oh, come, come!" C t se sl s ,
t ^ t,,I letter from her while she While trustful love shone in her face.
bed oil a ni brought down my bonnet "I want" she said with blushing grace,
] t boots an shawl and gloves, 4ll of "Another plate."

I The five positions in dancing were in,
HOW XEENZ MADE THE FORTUtE troduced into England from Italy in
OF A PO03M WIDOW. 1541.
----- "Oh dear I" and IOh dear me I" are the
A Conversation Which a Wonina Anglicised renderings of the Keltic Dia
IHIears Makes lierhI ineensely cla mi (Dee a he), my Godl and 0 Dia mi,
-A Tale of the Conistock Mines. 0 my Godl *
A Californian told the following good Japanese girls spend all their extra
story to a New York correspondent of money in sases and fancy pins for the
the Boston Ierald: "In 1874 Flood, hair, and judge dress entirely by these
O'Brien, Mackay and Fair organized the two details.
largest scheme of mining speculation Feathers were first used as a head-
ever known on the Pacific slope. The dress by Marie Antoinette, who tried
stock of the bonanza mines was then their effects from curiosity, -was pleased
very low-about twenty-eight, I believe. wh i and set the fashion.
One afternoon Mackay, who was general gra i t d a f a
superintendent of these mines (all a part lt t ao 400 saurians were
of the great Comstock system) came 1 s l y T s sl at
a hurry to San Francisco and went at s
once to Flood and O'Brien. Ile said ts
they had just struck the most wonderful Two cases have been reported to an
lot of 'bonanzas,' or pockets full of al. English medical society in which the
most pure gold that he in all his ex- electro-magnet has been successfully used
perience had ever seen. Ile proposed to for removing pieces of iron from the eye.
the two gentlemen named, and Fair, Locks of very curious construction,
that they should quietly get hold of all known-as "Apostie Locks," were com-
this stock that could be had before the mon in medieval times. These locks
news of this wonderful 'strike' was made had on the front the figure of one of
public. This was Thursday. By Satur- the apostles, and on touching the hand
day evening they had three-fifths of all of the figure the bolts flow back.
the stock. Only two outsiders-Sharon The drinking of health originated
and Bill Ralston-were allowed to come during the Danish occupation of Britain.
in, and the only reason the latter was The Danes frequently stabbed English-
told was that they wanted the'Bank of men while in the act of drinking; and it
California to carry-them through. Keene, finally became necessary for the English,
shrewd and sharp, felt that something in view of the constant repetition of this
was in the air, but for the life of him he dastardly mode of assassination, to enter
could not find out what it was. One into a compact to be mutual pledges of
afternoon a little woman in rusty black security for each other's health and pres-
came into the office, and, with a timid ervation; lience the custom of pledging
air, asked a clerk if she could see Mr. and drinking health.
Keene. An automaton exhibited in London in
"The young man addressed was very 1883 represented a man mounted on a
busy just then telling a story to another sa fame. On putting into an orifce
clerk of how he and several others had i t fr y o of the numerous
painted the town red the night before, metallic cards which lay about with
He looked over her head and everywhere, 1 questions inscribed on them, the figure,
and finally saw it was only a shabby-' afte making you a bow, struck with his
looking woman. He supposed it was ,d a little door, which opened, and there
some one who was begging, and inso- w th answer printed on another card.
gently an-swered that Mr. Keene was-cry The reply given was always strictly ap.
busy then and could see no one. She propriate to the question, and was not of
waited a moment, and modestly said, EL mere general character, like the answers
'Will you take my nazue in to him?' Just on conversation cards.
then a tall, slender mail came out of a .
back office with two or three others, and, There are in Shakspeare's plays about
hearing the conversation, said: 'Ilam Mr. ninetyS deaths taking place either on the
Keene: did you wish to see me? Come stage or immediately behind. Themodes
into my office, madam.' She went with of death are various. Cold steel-the
him. He offered her a chair with as much rer or the sword-accounts for about
courtesy as if she had been the reigning twothirds of the whole; twelve persons
belle of San Francisco, and waited forl
her to speak. 'Mr. Keene,' she said, 'I heade; five die of poisoning including
am the widow of Tom Crittenden, of the elder Hamlet, whose symptoms are so
whom you once knew, and I have been mintely described by the ghost; two of
used to hearing of mining operations all suffocation; unless, indeed, Desdemona
my life. I am sewing for my living now. makes athird; two by strangling; one
Yesterday I was at the house of-naming from a fall one drowned; three die by
one of the bonanza set-and heard a con- snake bites, and one, Horner, the
versation which convinced me that a armorer, is thumped to death with a sand
great operation is being engineered by bag.
Food, O'Brien, Mackay and Fair. They
say they have made a wonderful discov- SCIENTIFIC AND INUSTRIAL.
.ery that will put up the Comstock cer-
tificates of stock 300 to 400 per Dr. J. M. Anders, in the American
cent.' She then opened a little box, and Naturalist, demonstrates the exhalation
handing it to Keene, said: 'These dia- of ozone from flowering plants, and thus
mond ear ornaments were my mother's furnishes a sanitary reason for their mur-
presents to me the day I was married. implication in cities.
Throughout all my distress and poverty It has been officially ascertained by the
I have kept them. They are worth $800. French government that every suggestion
Will you take them as security and buy proposed for the cure of the vines in-
for me on margin all of the mining feasted by phylloxera has proved to be
stockthey are good for?" abortive. A special commission to in-
"Keene saw it all in a second. Here vestigate the several processes has lately
was the clew he had so vainly tried to been established.
find. 'You have rendered me a most im- T new ships now built in Maine have
portant service, Mrs. Crittenden, said
he. '-Keep your diamonds. I will buy builder of a quarter of a century ago.
you a line of shares in the minn Stock T y h s engines which can be
you mention and carry it for you. Vhen- u t pm w of the hold, to
ever you want your profits come to me, I r th a o t l a u .
arid he bowed her out. There was no heavy articles. Their masts and rigging
time to lose, but by working diligently ar of steel
he had stock enough to make a million
dollars of profit if the stock went above A chemist in Denmark who has.been
3200. Four days after the wonderful experimenting with the use of blood as
news: became public. At first the brokers foo for cattle, has recently patented a
thought it was a job, but the experts new kind of cake in which blood forms
they sent down to examine said that one of the chief ingredients. He claims
nothing like such a deposit had ever that this new food -is not only nutri-
beea known in -mining history. The tious and wholesome, but relished by
-stock started. From twenty-eight it all sorts of animals.
jumped to sixty in 'one day, then to Grape seed oil is used in Italy for
eighty, 100, 130, 160, 200, 265. The purposes of illumination. It has long
lt"J woman watched the upward rise been ed for similar purposes in Ger-
, wilfeelin s that can only be imagined. many and the Levant. Thirty-three
P tyBlopti she could not work. pounds
At 25 she sent Mr. Keene a notee to sell quarts of oil (or about eighteen per
wha ver he had bought for her. She cent.) The seeds of white grapes yield
had o idea how much it was, but less oil than thoseof the dark variety,
thought it might perhaps be 200 shares- and young vines are said to be more
m I be not more than 100. This would fruitful in this respect than older ones.
gi,", at least $25,000 after all cor Th color is a golden yellow, and the
missions are paid. That afternoon she oil loses about twenty-five per cent. in
went'down to his office. The smart purification.
young clerk remembered her and was
mo civil thi time.
I'He said Mr. Keene was out just then,
bufCwas momentarily expected. Would He is well pleased who is well satisfied.
shetake a seat and wait for him? She He hath a good judgment that relieth
satj'down in a sort of daze, hardly know- not wholly on his own.
ingwhat she did. How long she waited Reason, man's greatest faculty, takes
shd has no idea to this day. Mr. Keene's time to hesitate before it decides.
voice awakened her faculties, and he was The world does not require so much to
stAnding before her. I I got your note, informed as to be reminded.
Mrs. Crittenden,' he was saying, 'Iand I
sold your stock to-day Come into my Every base occupation makes one sharp
office, Mr. Quill. See' how much money i its practice, and dull in every other.
Mrs. Crittenden has with us,' continued Whatever we may pretend, interest and
the great mining millionaire. In a mo- vanity are the sources of most of our
ment the clerk replied 'Mrs. Crittenden afflictions.
has $570,000, less commissions, making You cannot bring the best out of a
her profits on 2,000 shares $562,870.' man unless you believe the best is some-
Will you have check for it now?' asked where in him.
Keene. He heard a loft sigh. Get Do not lose courage by considering
some water here quickly. She has fainted,,' orwnipfetnsbuisanlst
said he, lifting her up_ from the oao bu eeyn hm
which she had been stig el y ,,, ,, .,.. .
story is ended,' said the Californian. Evn olde o hoeafo o
The lady you see } onder made good use afvrt Hknbee hDta'
"of her money. She was aided by Keene, hems aesmtigt enaant
whbo put it into good hands, and now Iiso fthmstposngtas
there is no happier person than Tom ofhmnntr hthri nenh
Crittenden's widow. She has diamonds, nesawy nide h nhsamo
horses and pretty clothes, some ofthm anid
so pretty that when she comes into the Odaeithngtoflea ihts
parlor at the States the envious women the l g ftedy tl ih sfl
wish she were dead." omanfcneanfrmnyiisoe
i A Mathem~atical Wonder. Ths e h eto elhu
constitution ot bodbyntmenc
A remarkable instance of rapid mental an nirglrlfd smnfsl
calculation has been discovered in a ]uiiesle stoewohno
young Polish boy named Paul Zilziskpioo rw hmevs
living in East Bridgeport, Conn. He ^ bei v s n so th g
has a low forehead, with hair growing sieoslfoetngarigr
down to his eyebrows, is rather sleepy ansl-otigpuerndrhn
looking and shambling in his move- hecnvebcoehewlfali t
ments. -But whenever his father asks tangaylothehadheuhto
h'm a question relative onmesh tp.

FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. sories being a pen to enclose the sheep
and a rough table on which to roll up
Cullture of Cucumbers for Pickles. the wool. Notice should be taken of the
The culture of cucumbers for pickling qunty and quality of the wool of in-
is very profitable under some cireum- dvdual sep for future aiae. If
stances. These are when the grower is "ticks" are numerous on sheepor lambs
near a large city, or has facilities for dis- they ae r harmful and both should
posing of his product in a fresh state to be dippe. immediately, or soon after
factories in which the vegetables are shearing in a preparation which will
pickled either in salt or vinegar, or when deto th pests A decoction of to-
he has facilities for preserving them him- bacco with a little sulphur aIded is as
self for sale m distant markets, as in good as anything. The lambshoulbe
manufacturing towns, lumbering or sheared in August. This is an innovation
mining villages and camps, or to dealers on the custom of this country ut itwill
in ship stores, or even to village stores, be found to have a good effec on their
where the pickles can be retailed during growth and before the arrivalof winter
the winter season. As there is a large h wil have acquired a fresh fleece
and regular demand for pickles, there qi sufficient to protect them,
are many places where factories canbe
established for their manufacture with "onschold Hints and Recipes.
success and profit, and more conveniently Whole cloves are now used to exter-
in conjunction with the business of cider inate the merciless and industrous
making, with a view to providing a Sup- l) oth. It is said that they are more
ply of pure vinegar; canning and drying effectual as a destroying agent than
vegetables and fruits ; making jellies, either tobacco, camphor or cedar shav-
and even adding to all these an outfit for ings.
making sorghum syrup and sugar from Leather chair-scats may be revive by
the cane. A factory of this kind could rubbig them with well-beaten white of
find work the whole year round, and cag, Leather bindings or books may
would require only a very moderate cap- also be cleansed by this method White
ital for its furnishing, because the same oman bindings should be waslcd with
building and much of the apparatus a soft flannel saturated in soapsuds.
would serve for all these purposes, and To make corn bread take two cups of
some only would be required for each indian moal, one teaspoonful of salt, two
special use. But a pickle factory should tdaspoonsful of baking powder, one cup
be erected in a good apple country, where of molasses, one quart of sweet milk, two
fruit for cider could be procured very eggs; stir with wheat flour about as stiff
cheaply. as for cake and bake in a deep dish.
The culture of the cucumbers is very An appetizing way to warm crvclpota-
simple. Although this vegetable con- toes is to heat them in a.saucepan -con-
sists almost wholly of water, yet it re- training a coffee cupfui of beef stock, well
quires rich soil, or at least a liberal quan- seasoned with salt, pepper and a little
tity of manure, to force the growth so parsley which has first been browwd in
quickly as to secure the requisite tender- butter; cut the potatoes in h slices and
ness and succulence. A iight, sandy, let them cook slowly -until they are
warm soil is the best. This is plowed saturated with the gravy or liquor.
deeply, because the roots of all the A very nice way to cook mackerel for
ground tribe spread widely and love a breakfast is, after freshening it, to boil
loose soil, in which they can find ade- it for ten minutes, take it out of, the
quate moisture and warmth. For the water drain it, remove the back-bon
pickling varieties, of which the Green thenpour over the fish a gral,
Prolific is the best and irmost unver- Imilk thickened with flour,
sally grown, the ground il4 marked out lump of butter, added. The a
four feet apart each way, a deep furrow like that which you make for ilk
being made so as to leave room for a toast. J
good shovelful of rich compost at each Very tender asparagus makes a',de-
crossing. This is worked in with the vicious garnish. Pour boiling water
spade or hoe and the ground leveled, over it, and let it lie in the water for
Five or six seeds are dropped in each three or four minutes, then dip each
hill, about one pound of seed being re- piece into a little batter, and fry in:but-
quired for one acre. When the plants ter or you may fry it in butter without
are up they are thinned out to three to dipping it into batter; scatter pepper
each hill. When the seed is sown a and salt over it and place around the
broadcast dressing of 300 or 400 pounds meat or game on the platter.
of Peruvian guano per acre may be given To make rhubarb jelly, take some
with great advantage, as this fertilizer rhubarb, wipe it with a clean wet cloth,
seems to have a specially good effect on p it and cut it into pieces an inch tong.
this crop; superphosphate of lime is the T each pound of rhubarb add three
next best, and fine bone flour comes next. quarters of a pound of white sugar. Put
With this preparation and 400 pounds of i t boil for about ten minutes, or until
guano per acre, costing $15, we have th j e is well drawn. Strain it into a
grown over 300,000 cucumbers to preserving pan, lot it boil quickly until
the acre, which is double the average 0i clings to the spoon, skim it and put it
crop and equal to about 100 to ino jam pots or molds. The quickest
each hill. The excess in this case was way to kow if it will set is to drop a
clearly due to the fertilizer, as the pro- l onto a plate to cool.
duct was more than doubled by it, so
that the expenditure of ffteen dollars re-
paid nearly $200 in increase of crop, as The Pet Crocodile.
the cucumbers were sold at one dollar When Herodotus was in Egypt about
and fifty cents per 1,000. Some atten- 450 years before the Christian era, the
timn is required t0 secure a good yield. following was the way in which this
The ground must be kept loose by fre- formidable reptile was taken prisoner:
quent cultivation until the vines cover "There are many ways of catching
the ground. The main vines must be crocodiles in Egypt, but the following
pinched at the ends to keep them within seems to be best worth relating. The
bounds and to encourage the outgrowth huntsman puts the chino of a pig as a
of side branches, which are the most pro- bait on a book, and lets it down into the
lific of fruit. The main branches bear river. In the meantime lie takes his
chiefly male or staminate flowers, which station on the bank, holding a young
are barren fruit, and the side branches ig, which he beats in order to make it
bear the pistillate or productive flowers; squeal out. The crocodile, on hearing
so that the great secret in growing this this, makes toward the sound, but meet-
crop, as well as all kinds of cucumbers, ilg Aitl the bait on his wav, le swallows
melons, and squashes, consists in this i down 'begin to pull,
shortening of the main vine and the en- and after he is fairly hauled out on dry
couragement of the laterals. The fruit land the first thing the huntsman does
is gathered every morning as soon as it is to plaster the crocodile's eyes up with
has reached a proper size, which is from mud. If he can succeed in doing this
two to three inches. These cucumbers there is no difficulty in managing the
are never cut, but are always preserved beast; otherwise it is a very troublesome
and pickled whole. The chief labor is affair."
in preventing damage by lice and the The different treatment which this
small cucumber beetle; for the former monster received in different parts of
we find the best remedy to be to ancient Egypt is curious, and not very
pluck off the first infested leaves, by easily accounted for. In the southern
which the otherwise rapid spread of this parts. near the cataracts, the crocodile
pest is prevented. For the other pest was an article of food, but probably,
dusting'with finely ground gypsum is only with a particular cate, as MDon-
the best and usual reimdy.-ffew York gofa at the present day. I ther parts,
Times. s the Thebes and near the great Lake
Keroun, it was fashionable to have a pet
Farm and Garden Notes. crocodile, who was fed daintily and
In draining it pays to drain well. treated with great respect. "They put,"
The zig-zag rail fence is a thief of the said Herodptus, "pendants of glass and
soil. gold in t!eir ears, and rings round their
fore-legs; they also give them a regular
Oilcake is a valuable concentrated allowance of bread and meat, and take
food. all possible care of them while alive.
Sheep should have their pasture When they die the Egyptians embalm
changed once a month. them and put them in sacred sepul-
An English authority condemns the use chrcs." Fortunately for the credit of
of phosphates for turnips. Herodotus, mummy of a crocodile has
Sows arc in i'ured by having pigs before been found with his cars pierced for
they are fourteen months old pendants, which fact is particularly
mentioned by M. Geoffroy St. Hilaire.
Turkeys suffer much from hot weather. Strabo tells an odd story of a crocodile
Let them have plenty.of water, which le saw when he visited Egypt,
Hens are not worth much for layers or somewhat more than 400 years after'the
breeders after they are two years old. visit of Herodotus. "In this district
Charred corn, wheat, oats, rye or buck- t honor the crocodile very much, and
wheat, are good for poultry once in a they have a sacred one which lives in the
while. lake by itself, and is quite tame to the
w priests. He is called Suchus, and is fed
Cut your first crop of clover, and plow with bread, and meat, and wine, which
the second under, if you wish to enrich
your land with green manure, ,i r st, who e o
When you let your orchard run down poracintepcaco aiduso
it is a sign that you. too, are running teleaknwihimfotetbe
down, like grandfather's clock, asalckoeratdmaada
The Canadians converted three hun- lit cposmewetlqr.W
drcd thousand bushels of turnips into fon h rcdl yn ntemri
different kinds of jam last season. of th ae h et etu ohm
A teaspoonful of saltpetre dissolved inan wieoeopndhsm taote
a gallon of water has been recommended camdnt tlrs teakhn
for killing rosebugs on grapevines, t maadlsofalpuete
.,,. ,, ,, drnuk down his throa.Teccol,
Oil the inside of horse collars after rtiteaj pdinohelk
thoroughly washing them with carbolic adswmoetoteterse.E.
soap, which both cleanses and disinfects. "
A foreiffu creamery fed utrikt ,,
its horses with good results. A Jere i11"r ok"o-
brewery gives lager, and the horses are TercntdahofSmW dgisa
lively, frs neett h olwn ato
"One man puts green food, like clover noi hmsfo i e.Te oe
and grass, in barrels and sinks them in amsevrtigncsryogodl-
the ground as a sort of silo to preserve insyteWahgonficit
the food for hens in Winter. Awyhaeobtrsueitsaon
Joseph Harris says that to the farmer Andptmn ac orratdlm n
the entire cost of cabbage, planting, cul- Velcte i negadbedcub
tivating, harvesting, storing and market- Fryutlyuseabons-e'cm.
-in g n eed n o t b e o v er o n e c en t a h ea d e ~ r y r h e e o a a o i
Do not be afraid to pinch back your Maketetocrsbtntoooy. j
watermelons. It is better to have one In desnsadmidtslw: 'f
g ood larg e on e to a .v in e th an to h ave W i h w o a d y o k us on a -' ^ ^ l
three or four little stunts thatcan never Roaitvawthrcsok ,.,r-.^ i
ripen, "and wouldn't be wort~h- anything npcldusooto,*\-r- f
if they did. -os prsasapesupstdb, s
In the work on feeding animals, by I altwt h Pic etot

Professor Stewart, it is stated, as the Your mutton chops with paper
results of careful experiment, that ten And make them amber brown a ver.
pounds of turnips and one and a half Broi lightly your beefsteak-to fry it
pounds of corn will fatten a young sheep Argues contempt of Christian diet. ,
or lamb faster than three pounds ofcorn Buy staU-fed pigeons; when you've 'rtr
alone.' them,
Flax culture is now receiving atten- The way to cook them is to pot them.
tion. This valuable crop requires a rich, Wood-grouse are dry when gumps. have
loamy soil, which should be deeply marred 'em,
broken, finely pulverized and free as pos- Before you roast 'em always lard 'em.
sible from weeds or grass. It may go To roast sping chicken is to spoil 'em.
into the ground in May. If sown for seed Just split Per n thelback and broil 'em.
three pecks to an acre is sufficient, but if It gives true epicures the vapors
for a fine soft fiber the amount should be To see boiled mutton minus capers.
doubled. One bushel of seed will give a Bl t ey, gourmands know, of course,
fine fiber and a yield of ten bushels of is exquisite with celery sauce.
seed per acre. The cook deserves a hearty cuffing
According to the best evidence obtain- Who serves roast fowl with tasteles- stwflmg.
able on the subject there is more profit to
the dairymen in medium.and small cattle Don put fat pork in your clam lj--.r,
than in larger ones. Those who arenow
Egg sauce--few make it right, a'
advocating the general purpose cow, Isgood with blue-fish or with bass.
claim that she must be large in order to it t cod-
i i <* -TO t Nice oyster sauce gives zestt od i
make good paying beef. For our part A fish, when fresh, to feast a god.
we cannot see why a large steer is any S i m delicio .
more profitable than a small one. Each Sad tufe ndb
animal sells by the pound and eats ac-
cording to his size. Cuts from the car- Roasted in paste, a haunch of mutton
cass of large animals cost no more in
market than cuts from small ones. But one might rhyme for weeks this way:
Lambs may be weaned when from four And still have lots of things to say
to five months old. They and their And so I'll close, for, reader mine,
mothers should be separated and placed This is about the hour I dine.
in lots out of sight of each other, and
along with the young things should be A London correspondent has di cOv-
put three or four wethers or dry ewes to ered that one may say either gown, ress
keep them tame. They should have a or frock, when alluding to woman's outer
good pasture and a little grain daily, gear, without being yoted either old-
whereas the ewes should be temporarily fashioned, vulgar or slangy. More t.11
stinted for the purpose of drying up questions are being cleared up thi year
their milk. Shearing time will, -how- than during any similar period sin the
ever, have arrived ere this, when the war.
flock should first be passed in review and
dirty locks of wool cut off; then the A New York photographer whj has
sheep should be washed, and in four or taken pictures of nearly 150,000 people
five days, or as soon as the wool is dry, says that in nineteen cases out of t'venty.
they may be sheared, the left side of the face gives th( most
Washed sheep should be sheared on characteristic likeness, while the'right
grass to keen the wool clean. the acces- side is the most symmetrical,



A German Wlho Vrit Poetry in His
Sleep-Curious Case of an Italian
A story is told of a German student-
a somnambulist-who on one occasion
arose from his sleep and wrote some
verses on a subject which lie had vainly
wrestled with when awake.
"Are many such stories told of som-
hamblnlists ?" asked an Atlanta Constitu-
twro mah Of a well-known physician.
"There are," was the reply. There is
a case on record of a ran at Milled-c-
ville who used to arise hi his sleep and
go out on the roof of his house and walk
along whcrc it would have been utterly
impossible for him to have stood had ho
been awake. I have heard of aman who
was accustomed to go down the steep
side of a mountain to a creek, undress,
and go in and take a bath. Io would
the,, come out, dress and return home,
all the time being wholly unconscious of
what he was doing."
"What is somnambulism V1
'I don't know. The somnambulist
seems to dream, and to have the power
to act that a sleeping man has not.
Some of them relate as dreams what they
do when they take these night walks.
There is story told of young noblcman
in the city of Brensteinwho was observed
by his brother to rise in his sleep, put on
his cloak, and, having opened the case-
ment, to mount by the help of a pulley
to the roof of the building. There he
was seen to tear in pieces a magpie's nest
and wrap the young birds in his cloak.
He returned to his apartment, having
placed his cloak by him with the birds
in it. In the morning he awoke and re-
lated the adventure as having occurred
in a dream, and was greatly surprised
when he was led to the roof of the tower
and shown the demolished nest, as well
(f g~h -apic's cocmvalocl ii bIls cloak."
'Do somnambulists .always go with
their eyes open?"
"They usually do. I have noticed
that actresses who play -Lady Macbeth'
all accept that idea. Did you never see
a woman in the sleep-walking scene in
'Lady Macbeth?'1
The reporter remarked that he had
been quite horrified on more than one
occasion as a pair of- glassy eyes stared
vacantly over the footlights.
"Those eyes in the real somnambulist
cannot see. They look, but they do not
see; they have ears, and hear not."
One of the most interesting cases is re-
ported by Muratori. Says he:
"Signor Augustin was an Italian noble-
man, dark, thin, melancholy and cold-
blooded, addicted to. the study of the
abstract.sciences. His attacks occurred
at the waning of the moon, and were
stronger in autumn and winter than in
summer. An eye-witness gives the fol-
lowing description of them:
"One evening toward the end of Octo-
ber we played at various games aftei
dinner. Signor Augustin took a part in
them along with the rest of the company,
and afterward retired to repose. At 11
o'clock his servant told us that his mas
ter would walk that night, and that we
might come and watch him. I examined
him after some time with a candle in my
hand. He was lying upon his back, and
sleeping with open, staring, unmoved
eyes. We were told that this was
a sure sign that le would walk
in his sleep. I felt his hands and
found them extremely cold, and his
pulse beat so slowly that his blood
seemed not to circulate. It was about
midnight when Signor Augustin drew
aside the bed curtains with violence,
arose, and put on his clothes. I went up
to him and held the light under his eyes.
He took no notice- of it, although his
eyes were wide open and staring. Ie
fastened on his sword and warmed him-
himself in an arm-chair by the fire. He
went to his wardrobe, took out some
things, got others disarranged, put them
in order again, locked the door, and put
the key in his pocket. He then went
into a court and caught and bridled his
,horse. Ile appeared confused when he
did not find the saddle in its accustomed
place, but finally nmunted the horse and
rode to another side of the court and tied
his horse. From there he went into the
house and walked into a parlor, where
he played several airs on a harpsichord.
-After moving about for two hours he
went to his room and threw himself on
his bed, where he slept nine or ten hours.
The servants declared that they could
only put an end to his paroxysms by
tickling him under the soles of his feet,
or by blowing a trumpet in his cars."
Negretti was a servant about twenty-
four years old. and a sleep-walker from
his eleventh year, but his attacks only
occurred in March. He would arise in
his sleep, arratige the table, stand back
of his master's chair long enough to give
him time to eat, and then clear the cloth.
He would then lock up the house and ar-
range for going to bed, and after doing
so would be awakened. Ie could re-
member nothing of his somnambulistic
actions. He would awaken when water was
thrown in his face,and would be faint and
stupid for some time. He acted from
force of habit, and if a door through
which he had passed was afterward shut lie
would run against it when he returned.
If he carried a candeadabtl a
substituted he would o nwtedf
ference. It is said ofNgettathst
down to eat a bowlofsldwihe
had prepared. It wstknfo i
and some strongly seaoe abg u
in its place; bult he aewtotprev
ing the difference.Hesiedgon
coffee in place of snfwihh a
demanded. Other gepwlrshv
been known to detect hs eetos
In general, somnambuit ontha
persons who talk aloudi hi rsne
A young priest uisedtarsanwie
his sermons in his sleraigte
aloud after doing so n aigcr
reactions and interlietoswt h
most remarkable accrayevncrct
ing, grammnatic't. errr n norcl
spelled words. H alocm se
music and wrote it whlasepputn
in-clefts, sharsadft.
Somnambulists have en owtofl
from dangerous heigtadentob
killed on being awakndwietkn
their sleep walks. Theafito ssi
to be hereditary, and ssmtmscue
by intemprne

once brgntU/ns up anlld Ucomes excte.
A reporter found him in a grocery store
i. ed t Bridveport, and asked his fatter,
0o was with him, if it was true that
:T? ...:,n was a lightning calculator.
MI. Zilzisky, who speaks poor Eng-
lish, and who is now a poor man,
having lost much of his earnings by the
late Frary & Son cutlery failure, said in
answer: 'Paul, how many beans are there
in this handful?" The boy at once com-
menced to dance around the store, and
became greatly excited as the father
thrust his hand into a barrel of beans,
took a handful, and threw them down in
a corner, where they lay scattered about.
The lad leaped into the air, and almost
before the beans had touched the floor
shouted "1768." The beans were care-
fully gathered and counted, and while
this was being done the boy grinned and
waited. The result showed him to be
correct to a bean. He relpsed into his
Usual.sleepy manner again. The father
then seized a handful of oats and
threw them in a heap upon the counter.
"Paul," said he, "how many oats?" The
boy again jumped to his feet, devoured
the oats mentally, and instantly shouted:
"2830." It took a long time to count
them, but the number was again found
to be correct. Next the father seized a
half-filled pail of water and asked the
boy, "How many cubic inches of water
in the pail?" The boy sized it up with
his eyes, and quickly shouted: "416.1
A careful computation proved the result
to be right. Other wonderful answers
were given, always in an excited manner,
and no comparison of his manager at this
time seems to be as apt as that of the ex-
citement of a dog when "set on" by his
master. At each and every successful
answer the same doleful expression re-
turned.-Boston Herald.

P. G. Plant, a Macon banker, has
solved the problem of utilizing the swamp
lands of his section of Georgia, by setting
out 310,000 willow cuttings on twenty-
eight acres, the produce of which for ten
years to come has been contracted for by
a manufacturer of New York city.

What children hear at .ome soon flies

Wonmen as Porters.
"Get me two coolies for my luggage,
please," I said to the genial hotel pro-
pretor at Benares in parting. .
1. I&,. f iw inives later a couple of women
D -.. nrr.,,nd n obedience to the request.
I was a little abashed at the idea of turn-
ing over my heavy satchels to the tender
care of members of the gentler sex, and
perhaps I glanced around to see if there
were any Americans looking on; but I
had witnessed exhibitions of female
strength ever since I reached India, and
had not the remotest doubt that they
would be equal to the emergency, as they
were abundantly. SoImarchedalongat
the head of the procession (an Oriental
always follows you in all meekness) and
soon took the night express on the Oudh
and Rouhllkund Railroad for Lucknow.
-Cawnpore (India) Letter.

Questioning His Fingers.
Josiah Mason, the Birmingham pen-
maker, who spent $2,500,000 on his na-
tive town, began his prosperous career
by questioning his fingers. He called
upon a small manufacturer for employ-
ment, and the old tradesman, eyeing him
suspiciously, hinted that/hewas "fright-
ened of dirtying his fingers."
Young Mason's answer was addressed
to his fingers, which he opened out, put-
ting the question to them quietly:
"Are you ashamed of dirtying your-
selves to get your own living?"
This took the old man's fancy, and as
a result Mason began the business which
ended as the greatest pen-manufactory in
the world.
Another Lie Saved.
Mrs. Harriet Cummings, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, writes: Early list winter my daugh-
ter was attacked with* a severe cold, which
settled on her lungs. We tried several medi-
cines, none of which seemed to do her any
good, but she continued to get worse, and
finally raised large amounts of blood from
her lungs. We called in a family physician,
but he failed to do her any good. At this
time a friend, who had been cured by Dr.
Wm. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs, advised me
to give it a trial. We then got a bottle, ani
she began to improve, and by the use of three
bottles was entirely cared."

No Fly-Paper Wanted.
"to uld you like to buy some fly papei
to di : inquired a druggist of an old
man who had been making some pur-
"Some what?"
'Some fly-paper.
"What for?"
"Why, to attract the flies."
"Attract the flies, eh?" said the old
man; "attract the flies? That's just
what I don't want to do. I can attract
all the flies I want, and more, too, with
this bald head Of mine."
And when he raised his hat and dis-
played a head that might have been illus-
trated and used in a school for a globe,
the drugman became silent very suddenly
and went to cleaning up the soda-wate
fountain. -Puck.
The Coco Do Ner Palm.
The coco de mer palm is found only
in the Sevchelle islands. It is from sixty
to a hundred .feet high, and its trunk is
a foot in diameter all the way up to the
top, where it is crowned with a tuft ol
huge leaves, some of them as much a,
twenty feet long. The male and female
'flowers are produced on different trees.
The resulting nut is about a foot long, ol
irregular shape, and till the discovery in
1843 of the only spot in the world where
these palms grow, was believed to be a
marine product. The Malay sailors used
to affirm that it grew under water ir
placid bays; but if they dived for it it
disappeared. The nuts were highly
prized when found floating about on the
Indian ocean.
Pittsburg, Penn., has 1,380 manufac-
turing establishments, with an aggregate
capital of $106,000, employing near-
ly 86,000 persons. The annual product
is valued at $146,000,008.
"That's a cross dog you've got there,
Mr. Hindman." "Yes; he's a cross be.
tween a terrier and a spitz."
Man proposes Find the other man-her
papa-disposes of him in short order.-






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He spreads his tables of greenest color if faded or gray. Besides It is "Coranion S( Arithmetic," in tile Conn. 5l-r LAKE CITY, FLORIDA 9h T L I,.u
........ ,geat addtion tetoieties of Columbia and Hamilton. T rn o y Ct SNOWDEN, Praetil Surveyors. B
A nd nmany a cunning trap lie lays. a r a d ii n t ol t t b ehits beer, higfhly commended by comnpetent Ih a g s n ~ o tC t p eeE l b th e tS u h
Th marble wallsaresmooandsimplauthorities in all parts of tle country. And JOHN E HARTRIDGE risOEL DAVIS, L.and Most Complete Esabh, South. ...
white, for brevity and iiniplil'ty is far Superior to N O E DA V IS, G. S. H T ARoT T*ETOR.
The den is blazing with floods of light. -d avannahl Florida & Western R'y the st,,odard work's used in the 'Jblic Attorney and Councellor at GE.Law S.,-,1--,, H imini ^jM U-U HACKER & SOoto,
BTh wI not lose is inth and bi pett istractor and will visit various ,,r v Fla.,F.,crM SS I ^L oF B
But will not lose his vlt and become WaycroShort Line tons of the counties named abovw 1.t the V. practices in all the State and Federal f
a fool All tran&u of thin road Aire run by C< lit Ail fqth) terest of 1,is work. B,,llevingr as we do it *_ ^ ^i g BIn Tnin (\ .k ni in r ii1n
If he yields himself to the spider's JMeidi -utime, which is 33"autes lower tha t. hwill -be Mutuallyh s beeficial' We commd2 Court._ v AA e r e h a n t vi I B0-rW, NMaI liAl8U lffi, akE Gi^ .-a
ThelS not a mnanl sO tNtrong and 0 ^ ^^-' after Sunday, MHay 11, 1884, pa'en- C .
brave o S .R. nd. A. WATTS train will W I A us foh-AD.PD-AND-
But If Ve Ip r *111 dig hl,:. a sham e- .o&v ORLAN RXS.... Offers his Profo~siovval Services2 to ;,? th -- tiW- L
ful grave; o and ininedi".e It i tL :: .:-..Y O RK. BUILDING MATERIAL. AND STATI0
There's not a youth so noble and fair Leo Ja boaviilcaiiy1t............. L;eavm oer ioE; '* 1 f W 1 ... Conis;, in n<'nts of Florid;, .' Iae ... 4i30, o i n of L6W S d CIa lerS, P rin ting, B iof Florid T o acco a n
:But will learn to drink and gamble Arcie taJackoonviiie daily at .......... 5. _pm M1 1 Aetoe ove' ee' tr. %m a "r-.It_ : '' Yrs V~eSreadRilodAea. l aeteragetSokadBs so~mn o t,,.i urLn ~
""^dS to drink a g ^^^S ^ .^::.:::::::^8"' P Maron Street, over Lovier's Jewelry S~ore. J LilJS :tbe o~ie.^ S iW ol ~ *T ^ ^^^ eu. nne.T- ^
andt swe'ar Arrive at Calaahan dailny at ............. 9ttL a lin 17- Vege Ltables solictledt. fievdW romsKngop steC nnSre.
In.the. pidr's den. But, do not, arrive ,At W ycrom daily yt ............. -1-1 n "--"----_ O' 11 -31 l ESTATILISH|o 1842 CHARLESTON, S. C I keep all of ihe principal Daily aint Weeld Paper. Mn.,/n>.,. and Per
I p ra BU nt, Art .iv at ai l daily at .... ..... ..7 m 5 A 0- der ,t from the F ,,torr. .1-v !t, : your material atrst>eost and better workmn ake ubscriItiosfor any Pubar
Daretodispthe Hspiders sway. Arrive at Chattahohee dilyat ..... -X.O-:, I I. I,& cjnS A,.E C i1 p y F1,.A.,ANGO NURTT I E. nll'werprtt ne"b ffenJ ,* -.. Feb.29-84-lyr Scho,,BookStat oa vandSch tlSapphesatlowcstp es
If y o l WthA -u w ith th e law 's iS. Arrive at M lbile daily a ... ......A,0:10 m A P -- ?* T A D on t F.r l., .. llo .. >.. .. ,-,.,l ,,,.,,t .:flL in o i,r hne. nR
6t r -D-,,h .. A rr i f tt .:. aa -- in 'l a mi d ( 1-ai "o "e in 1..3..
^|^ld -- -- I.l--llrno..tiunne nOLLEeepnN. onlr a,, pno.'tn In,: *--. ... C. I"-- .: \^ y ^- '"".. ONLYLINE OF STEAMRS RUNIN ? l lft
-hi'-- Ttdi,: ardapid- MATES Fki BaILD NGS OF ALL Rav'bltod dy forJ::rrytrolysof .rt \|ees.ndF1 wIr-

So our dear household tref i ll. ............... p KINDS, ... .be to lnth.k 1r1 for ]8S3 and18 will be a s
patiently ~~~~~~ ~'Gnoa give riea Wyru aiy ....50 pmsgt
ArriIe atmm n aceu feaily1 a t .. . o p ...
T he s id r st l~g sits il basem ent den Arrvet 8 .. na da lat .. .........^ ^ ~ te 8:ppiv D rn .e* e ea keA S n .e p n pr v d c .hi ty0 t F l o r i d ~ r> i t ? F O M F R A N I A L A E E Y H R D A V N N G ^ ^
Lying in wait for the souls of men. arie tChreso ;,l a ........ :5 3ae Supplv. Driag"eerae ,O., madet,, |one pappoerd ,.1,,. out,- alyFeeo.A pi.nin FROM F ERNA OR)INA 21,E.A., EVERY FI1 RSDAY EV N N.M.J a eH yJ l n
aw ul before upexcite e t a -nd t pide COLLE TION indroril onteav e w Jak onvll daily a. ........... .3 0a pR FT in Exovcr, va.aU ,F AC a ritys o Fand Tnu r ees anrFow|tT er-.'
o asue ... w thro u:h Pu O. mou 784. Arrive at a.idks.n11" proei Rates of Passage Low er than UL any Other Line. J.aM .rbW ILSON Ap- Prey
"r ~~ ~ ~ ~ ..... 2:nac10 oftelte sago aaeBfe n rwn emsepin ta.Rom 0o 12, ettd Blck By t. n GenYbt't n,4

lttyeo the psiion f empr Waye^os^o-ew"or wihu ehv.e IE -^.^ GOLI* 'A J.M RIFON ASS a. RATES OF FRETGIIT AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Tins heis oueh^ ecnlyb1n^t^ed mpoed [ ^,^tyFn^
S nce Jefo r m eronefo eethailea p o........... .... 30om ... One of the F ast and dMrh uifi .cent Iron SteAriere, aPublic, assUring thenl G oa .d. Com portable po is. and a Table aUepl ih d with t
calpartiesoftheland. ArriveaitJWacksouvilsisd >u yt .......'...... 5:oam5 pT T I KINDS, STATE OF TEXAS ..... ................. ...................1..CAPT.-JOHN RiSK delight the ee and please thle apieitit which an Feriencrt Caterer
Th thdnkrthee s t w fs r i ivii ent d en Arrive at Jesuphdaily tit ........... 62op ELAM JOHN O N, O n & LU', CITY OF SAN ANTO N10............................................CAPT. W 1LDED Only Fifty Yards prom railroad Depot, wa od a Good Sdnn I Nurs (rr iomt"
Arrive at S avannah daily at .. ............ 9:17 p macunr

Ath a ti w "a t e W a shingv D C daily at ..... 11: 00 p in lBr R o ofI A T L A N T A C A S ^,tllt=i Bail fro m F ert ad in a F r es aOft erFM N Y O R K ,a P pa1 E tr.i, E V E R theY 3 P M.
Poor Felix, l ike Agrippa, ah ost act'o l ......... S O I O p m W H OLnnT Ann. TA S on ENGLAND IRELAND,]t. the All wants ...l --
ernU ad ed ," n ev e rt h e less c ould d o unective atm ve r with dar uy P ull m an P 0t . wil. 1 -09"4 t. BoR ilroad 7 84 .tor Fer andii... p i T E O
*nothing but tremble, and disregard- Arrive cs... : aroprietor. .oo_'hI. Find TtoKJ, inby a L R s pe Lorwexursionhand by st a ny Oer iL d t 1 1rine i-
an e or er ef ret e r atrroiti ~ve Jacksonvill dai ly a t .................. lh0 p in 12- ,A Onei8 i ofr thet Fastani ....i e tIr nSt a
ci ng all the "reasoft ing" which a]ppeal- str Jackson ti A daily lt .......R eSTA,, ,.On T EXA S.. -JOHN neit .... dSo d" f* Ne and ont P lo d. 0 ?t 'l' ]&
"I'. osthank l t ohee, noJew n atre, re iveA r, atCatlcl~ahandaivaa IT tity ...............g e ArieatWiycos al at ........... q25..0 pp m A i rn- s ELAMurnl JOHNSON SON CO.a Im CIT OF SAN AeebrtNsThONI YFO RD ......... .......CA T WhudbepIrmzdb Lodia
me beod li wie rsila hih rLeve Gaineshville daily at ......... ......l.'.'a 6eln: ~s e 5 kp opost th% dell gati-lIfomFernand t~thsinae ery wur~ ityeveningafeIrG- ariva fpspA rgrt ranso te.
'th w r d LeArrive t Lout vill daily at ..... ....... 7:50 a y the undersigned. AT"L 1 FqG Freight r.& t ren rply to rightt Agent of F. Fro' uI' s e rates apply to ofifrket ton t of T. 'IT
a o a FJewes," and "willing to show Arrive at CmBinnfti daily at .............7:am B S m ) a ie all'kinds of plls, V og- c.d K .l; i.,E.rto tS anOIR C. W L ..... YO RN T T
*the Jew s a pleasure left Paul bound." Arriveateive aOak daily at .. ......... ..... 94 p i S M R O IN O N 9 0 F ,i cn. o nin is, noJw GeT. .t ,.BoLD W, by tile F r CB O X L 2 5 7 Ijtl R E18.
,. ~ ~~~Arrive at Du.pont dailyat,_ ... .......... 6.2:0pr aH BES MADE i.L etales Melons, Dr-risE g,& o,rrnsrtAi t Pulo oernandina, h.I On ot!rP...A',JesnilFa
nW h e n p o litie a l ru le rs d e n od isrn g ab u t A rricei:t Sa van nah daily at ........ ........ 2:25 i P ro p riet o r.I-C Pf a RO T " T Ie o e"1lr -I -a s- a eetor d TI-.7 B A L T I M O R -. "t tl p"-l
Arrive at Jeugpstdaily at ................ 11:20 p, in WH LE AL GCTY, wa sttin oun, tile F. CJe &,~ %V. BA LT M O R
tremble, owing to their affiliations Arrive tCharlestoo n il at ............. *2.. pm 7:0 a A, frowa RestSurrui *, thsny and naAbaT., I I I s r I Yor n P i i FJi^l.
And their fears, then indeed do the Airi vn. at Wm b this is tt -l t> LINE, a nd Q ai ck Sales and P rom pt R etprns.
ed so str g o hi s n d n Arrive A t N wo rk daily y at -t: 5 m .. ......, u 'T.O 8:50 P- in ap o nt e anwl o h .r V egetables before the -- D E A L E R IN -- *
m mera ce d st d at Cr s ar "which Arrive at Nlbauy d aily at o....:30., SA G ES, STFA K S, ETC ., ETC. this l w r P|nature-in G eergD S.P A T1I
Ilent seat/ra ," cligupl vr a THE BALI-O BOX OF riet wOr"dal at ^^"Arieanha ahil af t. 9:-:, ^a Pl'ivate families supplied with ..x- g " $" ? ^Co,, .gn, :etd'"r' fn L h ut. ,iVg,.id r 1o|Lh tvBA.,' 'O k.tsVJ Soict-'! "Wo> llHdlu n.~llG rd-H]i J11 UUdl ^ ^ ^S
FR E E MA N. A rrive at Louisville dai ly at :5 a 8 p eelle n lt ra w m e ats u p o n ap lalltatien a l to Fregh Ag n ) F F o .l-3 n> rates a to -gen-s o
--a itJ w s an w l i g t sh w Arrive at Cincinnati daily at .. ..- .7:) a5 in "t r C. &`w R.L O., o....

The "Dom inion Brewef rsa W ine and hi cgSos dailyat ... ... [ e pe ytu smc your IQaUOle H of J Veg- C-T w R I t
Arrive at St.iLoui daily at ..... ...::6.0oa age in THE BES MAKTTAYLORSUHIK k, Gn SuhaPa. .It ;csov

Spirit Merchants' Pro' eetive Associa t P Savman Hotel and Sleeping Car. ou this trin to *lbos M ln Dre- fuBIN ON. E1gs, Gen. Sru1- 1 Ap't, I'1 ivin Xinal Fh
;tion," has issued a circular headed, Ci^enaaivia1Wa er~osts t oht PR.! (,'7 6'. O I O N. P A I AL ]P.ILV I ^ 9\ ER,^
"Stre m tly c onfldential, destroy w hen g t t ei afil at ons A JrL a e Ci y ,-es a Flo...a, 124 p | I T H E C I Y P oultry a P
read, the ir upfnears, the n in tePr- v i at c Wa eehington d a rl Gat t: as- i J1 No i t tim to s i \aS91m* f
ested inthe business to defend histem .-Pu A tma svilledeaily awt 6:15m %-p Parlor M mantle Bed. a S V b-r t D ELE IN -
trade against the fanatical onslaught Pullman A rr lace Sleepin d ait s Jacksonville to ETC.. m v E* 0hniis 3"adu itmi .irk ET.C.n fle<(|. m. o this train to W .
*.Ofme the fprohibitionists.and aspegdThe 'hagovern-i'va ^palma sleeping ears oa thiToasvle train to LoaiaviIle ^ I "Jifl~la-Tel^ ^ ..t Cals~mining a Specialty. \^ ^i/ri^ 1%. 185 Chamhsr street ew York,
m ent prosna ounH geBA L TBOX in f Av r of v :7i-t N ew Oil b eanss bd y atn9:50 p n 4 '04,
th cunty ronuned n A rrvero abn nt Nahilliie dalloy a t or :1 ma a b in P riva te f.j a mi liesB suppledi withe- ; $4001 6=2-1 r R u n ,tA fi wa o h d i 'JlU PaJ'irnis'ji ailJJJT W oodwaA iL l

.A' the principle of prohibition It would s0nger tr an ... f l D i mat- i nv 31otto.,T
rTh "D ninr .r Wn n r iv e at Ste itha .... L i dly at 7 5or An I SaewSM-f o ic your 213m' A
i ib e g ra he d a n t is p r o tectiv e A _c r o, ( .nnt,, i., hen.t,;,, r.ittr ai n to J ... TAY,,R fJr) .f A Pt
soeiation" has m ade arc l ar lhe adent o i ay. -'r,, iRn., B,, hin a P I C 7 7 67re. 1 1 "A iV .S
"to e ontec l every inch ofterritory b, e ..... 1... .... ,,o. LJ ^l r 'Sei Cr G to Sa- Fl--r-i-=-
.... .duc ..a...... p,.... d a-o .ppn.:c..ti- .mp,,a,',.,tht B^a^^ ^_.^ _.h i s The Beht Coffee Pot in the World! .0 C,=2n ....... a,_ ^ .. *i-.,

a'.e Ih n great in eli s that w iIl be done B..I E Nrt-i, nd .1L r-i-.)t luc h.r i.'i4.t. ..,ton l i .... ..... .. .........
t a unjust law s. ,^t is h la im ed that Pu- llm an M J.D SSe'g aEETY LJace C ity, F la. M d a J nl GtoU V nc Y ,
- ery b rew er i nl T or to h a s su b scrib ed A M I\'E ,. A ?,.r.t. |,.-,u : t ] "' I l.\ l ,O F *" ,oof ling', G unt irin~ g arM 1 Eep ri ngi i ia sepcia ilty T he "Iro n K ing Stove a sp t uialt3 .. -y 3 i
$ lXo 0 t h e d is tile r s T10 ,0 0 0 a n d aSl CCars'; ',, 't '. < aod th sc o n m y t ran t o .i a S p ecal t y .
owherbrnnthc' of trade have been JACKSONVILLE, TA MP ,:: 1"'_- W' t__ anC-A
Aal l y l b r l T h a t r ath i s o u r c r a f t a ts e a n dtro s s ad S 1. Ie d0 1ce d T h eU I S O L C T D "s
the;p t country pronouncedb ind favorn Of audn iewilb loe o masb ilps

l hi danger"isn eviple ,t and Canada -- AND :. os Mh S I S I O* & V. f RV ll.
has reason to tank Go) andta with FOLDING BED rA
couragee. Key -West Railway. I L;~i< ^ -- ,,CWS -YSIFT.I ^ ^^S
b-- g thn tehisL &PoGt, Bradfiold's Female Reg- P ir:_.I' I Wholesale aad Retail r REPAIRER.
Donnt SpINt -h -r!ik. -tl -ttvut) .%.

., iatink," hay s th eIf you are Io "'a 1c. 1-nt nd F lo [ .1. i, A,.u,, ,,,.]J;S;V I ,-, ,, i n! n u r L,-
not onlybald, but have no life to the orang ]P r Green cove Spr.i^., 18 & 20 B]a T~ t., JA CKi0NVILLE ............" ...... .......... ^ .;" l, ., l ....&TURN I 1 1 l UWI ^ lA& & & Z
"- ........... I...... S M I T H ..... .. "' s 54 and 56 W eft Bay Street, 1 .
time and yourself hy thei forelo.k p A A fT KB AP I! As
s while there is a forelock left. Apply A'11 H olm es' Lin i nt ,, ,LtC tl.
ParkerI; Hair Balsam to your hair -.---i--- Comm ission Merhants .,, ,,, ., ,.,.,t ,whrsoi ,,:,e .... s,,. ,., B.,...,,l.. ....... V i in o | S 11 y | ||| quIniII a
lip. I. a g rrTHE'GEM ITY'OUTE NO.11S.FOSTH I.Al I. C ..... l put w.tred. .... POULTRY
: reust lhalling off Is claime thatr andIJ CK O VIL

restrtoiila -__- A, -. Meher's Friend. Agent, fn Tinwar, D. Lk C,
ofe~ss It is perfect rssin-THREE HOURQUICKER TO^ *1^ wn.,r,.,- ^= ^ f^^;w^ :~ ?...*r',,VISITr,-"tr '
withal, clean, richly perfumed, cools rP A M I .1 A T IS A 'OF P.]>..i, >h;,, ..i.. j.. I, .-. c.l ...Io.n ,ig.. St.1 a. .
$ 0n d h eals th s calpler ...... se ler. InG ra i n, o u r. H na & e. D o o rsO S a s h a n >l i n d **l f- l nn l r
;: ; From JAC KSONVILLE SOeVe,3o co,, .. Pryor's Ointment JAS. E. YOUNC <111<1 I'S.
0 4 4 1 + *'I ,* *ur,.. d... ,J ,. iv ..,nr t lo s t.ligtd or t,h ,'.h.l ,. r "* ^ ^ < l.l A ].^ X V & /^
Swept into the Stream. than by another Router ^<"D ^l l a, I EGETABL!S .. .... ca and ... ltA ............ JUS EI Z C o ll
ST .............. ....a o""o"" Arincultural Imli ts an Mill Canada I -DREW&tCO
'On ~ el o a i -~ ~ ~ p e ^ a ^^. 0 ^ ^ ^ ::*1,^ SPRIN ,t., SIME OOOD nili i^ P,,,,nliu., Sbee L on.ll wor and1 ,I ofu r m tl t t I 0 c I ~
hoas reasotood an k G OD ahn d at I c F EREINC BEDSy Three Great Remedies ,-,, i, r,..... ,:, .- .. tC nded tO in tlle best VAN BE.A.
odi bye W eswet ofl -w y Ii arT PAY STREET

,.th e b o at w as pass v er, h e said to a p as- I n 0 0Lne otiAn w ith th e A tla n ta T io d d a k J :R e tt & B o N I.m.,w p Drtlr .D a.n- t'l. 'th i k.. IIe g.Whl e aln .a...n d n. A n d e x a mi-e h e. fi n e s t l nl a i l
Tn er from the north : "W he o I w as tw el ve A l l 2223 m FU F .. ].. :,, .. .... ,i,,,,. G e a r s Ard q v f l d e0r
y-earsold Ikilled my first bear on ear new t 'f THEl M USIC OS -R 'o'd "" "'"B G "S "'.'.
plantation my father, then cutting out of I J 0 OF ',IEiIb ,, e t. All'. *'., a, d a lowest prces. W > "
a forest tiat grew directly per th~e wat'|s --- ._--_ __ C nL .taI 'e o^vto W o- Rates and price List sent on AO(liinati~n"
rotsyo r ha i t here is ng umart ears Park, Green Coe Springes, 18&0Bs Stp, "C GSONVILLE Patent Leather Dancing PHmpA an4 S
.theretoo. But that one thousand bcres o IRST-CLASS EQUIPMENTB E A NS,, 54 and 56. West Bay Stt,
land went into the Missibtipp hear ago.reo J ack sonville F laAND J. C. M A ST E.E, Proprietor, A .' In the city. S les and quality nexeelled. Latest sba
Itwhs putting te strain a po thefigureft., l CURl JA LSO VILLE, ECLA.
Pake' Hai Basa to your hai P ,L11 o:".Ln

L.y tBitreat foist of youthrfu hopi, wo Traine Startfromthe ... .. ,~^ L.,,,,. : S. F,,,,S,,,. S.TRE.,, SO FT A N D ST IFF H ATR
rahnly beas ya. d manly st-enrth are THIREE HOUR Wasi0ns, Buggiesna anri Ma-hinere f I W rie I
g re t, tu b id l o.rr n t o f wih l clan rh~ Perfumed col 0* tlk ., ..,V ,, Ai ,, I or,,eis-dradmrktSiL

Y e t thi i sh o u ld n o t b e So P e o p le ar e ..- __ : O R A S ^ R i e e l, cr, ., l ,n d *,. n 11 r iv ., l ,Iil F ir,'.. l .". At" ...
largely h,,, (an, less or too stupid to de icnd sen geS p from" the line -of i.' rhe#'.? R'y. & *^" j "!- ^o*odall^, b _^. Bf .*5|. I-,. "ie tee and be con. i.ed. -
their own interests -the most preciious of _n.t ...uoin |"<.,npiin.. and WVa .cr,..i Pred~,A e o k Pi e,,T,;n.a>~.:.~i i-u*"f I-, t .ldlg e Prlen, 1',,. m.. t .":. r.n. .t- B me'H .WI t^ A *^-* '*- *l.. ^ri-'^L,:.:
'h|[ iS ihea~th. That gone," nl is ^ .... ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ n te a t ~ f ^ ^^ t'* r^ l^ ^ ;; : D tcn-er a,,d. *..rrt delaysD lngolngto or C O ..,n .:IT.BAb T.:aConPt1

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Disease is inimlle, but, tu rtclr cn- 1 os .... s*o a ... O q ..... o r J ua l... /au. U c 't a r ... TT C--7
norance the simplest thing iimight as well ST. AUOISTIM'E, ... ,.r n o.t. i '.,-,u.,,,. Wholesa le F u it ealer : r .: .... -- -- --IJ S H A b l R'N E *A'
.be complex as a proposiio- in Conic &^c- ATED C&TAIOGCE. nd .,l, de,,[ ,)| Tiees to call attention to the fa-t, that our house is f'Destael i:e evevy J "
Fiioa As tir hug, ,We, I. | rivers, whnth erint,.a anio[w th~ouebh I .,w leIt -and- Peg to cal ate to to t.b t tLa oti ho s "sist S -"
*tior,' As thu bug-Wer. n'n river,, whiln Trn1uV run follow With prices atnd tertns, and be convinced '- 1.. -"...*.. ",,-.,. n~,o i i_ 1' '^espet and that. the manner of our dealing, out. l'liabilityW, fairness and t arir tb c kTI-T N D t 0 1 a rpTP
s o o f t,'u fl o o d t h e c i t ie s a l on g t h oi r Ch o i - 4 A,. | -, U T I I t h a t I w i l ls e l y o u a fi r s t -cl a s s i n s t r u m e n t fo r 1 0 l -1,'l.. r, nobe r -o i nt hf r h m n e r(,o r d e l n g o ..ri i l y f i n e s
B^.u~~~~~ithc~~~W1. I,,...Ti n^^ ^ ^ ^ 1-it-h^^ni Warin lrio ITT. Lorlwpriceshavei madle its rv 1 ^ ^ ~ u <
O.aris~ na uoai cll a i',rn o al ,.r I .aa eJ'.,-k -r.nI -,-- 9:S)am 9:30p n less money than you can buy farther North, t, t ... .. .... ...... .... ', tha,,,- of U U tn .lm llUU 1 U u7u, l T T 1D II 1
'"- rall ..... o Park 10:23tm W ,4:00 And besides save you from $5 to $20 in 1-,- *...- 1 I-a.i.,.-l,- .,,,.*rba T j,$T JOPULAR HOUuS JIjN TlE SUTA.r I' l i lIrilTM f
Ai .riv ad St'.Augustine 12:30ll:a 42m fr1)bt., &,'. I will ship any respectable tt,.,,t,.,.,dof uIL., t 1., of )R Charleston, S. 0,, 'lheieis noexcuseforauyone,noniater howfar fom Savannah, tc UeJ Vlll'Tl O lvia telrollwll fr
-.a j small group of disordered, organs. Arrive Palatka 1240 p m 5:55p citizen, (wh meafins business), a pia-o orw r-t.,.-r. ,,,(B, i ",,ok.,,,.'t"'lh',, H-w I'e l lY seliit consignments of pay fr in gos a 0 doy for their goods, at loi'e, almost double the price, when the sameore ,moreTmr\enmnaj -The tust- effective and inclusive remedy GOiNG NORTH. -an onh w ^ hi ol'e a..t -,.. ., ,,.^ Florida Fruits and Early Vegeta- even better goods can be had of ns. Shopping nowadays is-re de very ^ _O.BIB O K ._'rES A tE^JB A ..
.4or disease *is Parrker's T onie. ] Leave Palttka 10P.^m 4:15 boi h faig' and liberal I shou ld like is know 1 l f; 53] i..ijl a Frut f- Eal Va. writer fo r san ple ad of as as p.b as regarda p eC-
Arrive faciksonville 1:00a in 6:45pin btfaradlbrlIsol lieokowS pin o nay -m e
tits soured of pain and weakness. In re- _'. what is. 1 carry the largest stock in the (., ......r, i..ii^ t*i"'o, ^, ;-- ;,n;, ^ ,."-"'. ,1 Ii All exp~eri(,nee of Thirty Years style and colo's of goods desired, by observing thi%= weecau execute your ", '"
the sore of.. pai.. a..rd wekes In,, ren wth|ati|sn, I cary helaget toki
.sponse to its action, the liver, kidneys passengers for points ont heFlorhdaSouth- Sate o- o....-h............ , l.i..,.. ..... O wa'|'ailtt, 11 in saying we can handle orders moresatisfaeto'ilv. If you order 10 dllars worth of goods and NO. 5 North Market aid 5 Cihton Streets,
stomach and heart begin their work afresh,, n ,ao.weeh 0R (UINETT ............ ...on St. ;,'i .Riv-.u... l. g .. be .. us to ,, ... 0.. If you order w ase we re th e o f g s i
e r a m. .. w el a s.. o n. t h S t .. .. J o n aahrtd, L a k e p r e f e A 11v 1o d s h ip p e d I. O D w e w l a t e f e g BSO
;,and disease is drive n out,. The Tonic is notl tls an. ..outh lrd %1-wys )a-e sa- SH EoMSthSR N S,& -
,n dsese e ri ot.Th Toici anot d Sousth Florida Rilays n ake %nin SHEE T MUSIC, STRINGS, &c. r1".^ 1"v,7r^ Iadn.111a01^. you prefer to have goods shipp.,-d C. 0. D. we will pay the freight t T ;CAIEUE. B S O
.however, an intoxiant, but cures a desire connections at Palatka as by the river stam- L L V .% t your nearest Exrs Office on all orders of 20 dollars h, H.E. ( l\M1LRLI'.
oeer ninoiant, you dgcures a reurs. besides having at .lensit T H REE Catalogue free. 6-6m .IA( Correspon de ice promiptlV ae- s tha do""1 llotpii mie 111 tol exeetaio Vor ea airesnrnat out*ei. ne
-for. ston drink neaes Ex rs 0fic Un : orer to spen dolar Pandka over vienth
-fop Strongf drink, 1are you dysipepsia, erH OC R8l to spend In Pala tlka, to view thc 'KE'NrDALL' S PAVIN ; I I i kn wed e a n i nfr ail cher an we \l refoods thatd o oe moey Ant he ex e t hiong pouearetr eator il m nd: I TO ERN GE .-. Gaievl l.B W. POWEE icuHLL, .N,'.t"ia,,nr I l.. t W iSE InA
2'|eu atim, r ohertroble whch ave beauties of that populous and growing city. KE D L SO &B R AR .A et, otn&SataaVI.S Lt, Nat~l, ;|
-mS orothei troubleswhi have ecON HUAN FLESH 9A, ful llZ .al c and we will refund the money. Another thiUg please bear in mind: I
a y- He s J. GUMBINGE ,Ind.,August vor sall county stores the assortment of goods is limited, whilst we, ta, Ga R. F. OLB1Eu A.
refused to .ehld to o~hraet . lee Ne xv Roingx S~to ck F ine See ner y Ger5 ed n o- ats: -tn isf 'ib d m w osl ilo ol|s worth, receive daily the ne et a d feshes
>VO~~~~~~~~rD Bxp J-t Kend\amleo vlur & eeie C o dy Pe S te ncils. fil wh sel a m iio do i ne es an f.*, ^ "i >
,your hop. .te some with ry imprintspriied on one riede -- styles; this in itself is worth the at tention of every ladi -and should se-
Tbhis Railw~ay fo considered by Tray- Ph soenwith my Spavint Curi e i in on.leu e~
SU SR IBRTRE elner~the wi~ ,ie ...dalyt C pn in xa. lst, b rmmd cu ,'e us their pference. We have our- ep,'esentatv"e buyers in NAew
SUB SCRIBE leSt OA Simenth also. Mr. Jo. Vor anil of the leadfo E C. CROW York the whole year round, whose duty it is to look out for bargain
INTPOONIIRTT farmers in our county splumied an ankeae badly. al "e call especial attention to our immense lines of silks, satins, dress-goos,
FOR T E ---- ~owin, thevalue of the rem.edy for h ..... triedA General Produce
RR 1 atsof Fare to all points as low as on himself, and it did far better than he expects. ; lawns of all kind, parasols, fans, gloves, laces, embroideries, Ladies'Che|-
R E PO R T E R W Ra.. thes line, and Bagga~ge checked cured the Sprain in very short order. .mi8 i Mi h
thr aouh other Renpetully, V.O o 8PHIEBAND I ises, Nighl-gowns. Drawe!'s, llouse furnishings goo s, Gentlemen's Under
~~~4 w J^ **OA'<.."TE,^*^L^~'^^^^^ f~~ill ear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs andNcka. :KE]E 3I B O
in. Rt. MO RAN G. W. II FN WILEY, VisTsave it or can get it for you, or it will be se, COMM'ieeO $1efbti orcottsfo 5haudut w a, ShrsCol s, ufsa dN kw r.: AENW I HLt
Hm $ & TB % Gen. Pass. A.ont. Gen. Mal n.. J r 3anyadd .......... eipt ot rieea bythe proprietor, ?':. D2 .'VID W M[I 3][1'N scO 4....,
0 TQ rT 01 S iWmnt Etusburgh Faus rP. 1-3 BROUGHTON STREET, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, son who will take1Pill each night brm 1o 1weeks, may be resored
WILLIAM McWtLLIt/ MS. HO.. AND ATTLE POWDERS r (y ,I.. B for DteiU GT. "- Mlakes tl o oa ts To show how we do btisineIs., we will annex a few tetimoni, ea h ne ee lr
anid Optieiii. Specialty. We have thousands of them!, Ss. Instamps. Send for pamphlet. I. JOHNSON & tO BO.T?
~Apalachicola, Fla. April 29, 1,84,.
79 Illest B,,g Sl,'et, _/ CURE FOR PILEIS,Ie a J_- R. Hendrickson, President Phil- 0h. good reevdO .an mmc l ased, r
vLIL P. mptom of Pileq is a r t adelplii.l L Pr,.:,Ic.t Exe!hange. O. AKEFIELD. r | .............r... t, .. .... .
No wdleof'o^B>^"A Jacks -I-. lll, Florida.. it F-g at t ng after getlg .#. E.I.,|l- Bro. 226 and 228 King's Ferry, Fla., March 14th, 1884. ...
-MANUFACTURER -Powders ^^^ ar ue i im. pore Astor Hui*ldiu [NC-ly' Ic^ ^ e %%;N )..10, A %..ntue, Pbhiadelphia, The goods have been received, and I am much pleased with them.J H S NSA O Y EU B E~ f
-MANUFAC'^TURER'^-^ Ar ,tFooutz oW.os Powderswallwureindprevent~ nor~din~me Oppite Ar FOWLS.d [33" Ti-edv banil~p]n';ulon f I Prh,- "T Patl,:\.. \,'ue ta Tt he goods hae bees lPowdera.sari them JcureOi a andprIevn HOiJ' MiNt H...6riby.anckpplicatinr. y
9 Foutz'aF oe oe's Powdersliwderl w p tateqatt.. .of... ikl-ld. PliLIfrl./rh.rtP ."ii a, ,.k...-r r...t..t.....,;"....o,....r,..... t'l prevent N L ,l nfT^,' IN TM, I l8
and cream twenty per cent., and maRe the batter flrm e lpeum and BIngw.,,rm can Lk pernan-ulIv Redfield & Son. 10 Vine.St., Ph*il- Mrs. L. 1. WRIGHT. SpneanJ tom Bactu ,,..n.,,.e. Send or lami!M k S..It- & C".,t ,S
ITALIA, (NASSA U CO.) FLA. Foutirs Powders will care or prevent almost RVERI r|]eeive free, l'eostly o,x ot cured by the use of this great remedy. Prie Adlpihla. Pa. Jesup, Ga., April 26, 1885.,,t,,
DISEAS: to which Horses and Cattle are subject. | ..... hihlp all, ot 50 cents. Manufactured by The Dr.B anko on t e Jeu a., A ri f Ma, 188t. PrcsHorse and Cattle Powder sold in this a. e- actor
So 8 'POWerDere.Sw t WILL nIVE SATISFACTION. IZ ,l t',o more mo;,v e- Medicine Co., Piqua, 0. Sold by Prom of Market Prices. The goods came safely and give entire satisfaction. Please a-eepl spotnIs orthless; that I.
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Orders by mail solicited and promptly DAVID N. POUTZ. Proprietor. ri1ht .' .. ."I i-'* *i. oritl. Fo CHALKET}BROS.* PRITR i Send for Stencils. thanks.
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