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:
April 10, 1885
Publication Date:
Daily (Monday through Friday)[<1969>-]
Weekly[ FORMER 1967-<1968>]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Lake City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 95, no. 4 (Oct. 5, 1967)-
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Community Newspapers Inc., Todd Wilson - Publisher. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
000358016 ( ALEPH )
33283560 ( OCLC )
ABZ6316 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047175 ( LCCN )

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("o "I 11BI, I ( (W t TO lr,f,, ,I)IN UA 12 T1L, T Aridbuv, .j u, .- CloUtt l l I If >twvas riot fo~r4*er horrid old pat. Our co".1miunity wns sdhoced-e ()! I Alx ne .H lia as caled ^ d:Lot3 c. bgnohn t
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.S.T,,ICT IN FLORIDA., before the,,l. If elected, I shall in the -OT I I I tiIeI froD consi. tIfi u,,' it an excellent retheni. IIfd! ,ef ] Ii. in th, '
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.1..ill ;, 'i, i. tt(at 1 ,ill il,id!yt I,,1l111. Flnl I' TUED SDAY INi MAY, A. I)., 1885, Iessly. 1, R respectfully, a satisfactory rate and !I soon be ., I # 11 1, P .
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S 1. ',,, I i, -I ,"., tilt i .. i l. f A, I I For Blarshal. --[c o or tl I rc;30lutio s et sick,and called in our family physician.
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;hih d,ll ,,f .lA;ri,. A. 0., tI 1 1 lir ,.np iiieil ngr the sl-v, ral c..n t a good marshal to enforce -A. to cal ft'0^ to H even Our 1,l- M i.. 1. I began to think that my i d b
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( aia d Vi'i-ni 1 l, the s. tion 6, nthi ,iiij. 6 1j I ru,'.' 17, flic el I i 7.I 'i Cniil i -lr secm .MA Ttro ha ie ndak lrqu ict'. lir tln shreesoftourdce fu ocnlde that I would have to die, lhay A t /nr *'< r ask fer a i
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stJ:i t'llt 3, 1. I ;h: .1m d, P t b L til 9 I -If [here is anything hTore to be i I. f p o c ^v Tt-:er, yet we fee a pro sp r o tw" + i '6 e t
ud IS lof .. ,., ,,',,,h n,l' o ,(o .rand gold, of tha,' f e. olde d ision ..oe d,, ,"Cityhfor. A f 1 sorrow ant th '"-- f 1ere lie ,nye, an I s w
I I (,~~~~~~esired than gold, yes, than. fine gohl, decision, l't r I.W y ,-ou'lght Dr. B)- ,,foeelie llean d SO1adIVAN -
17; II.,, w .. .l iI' I .. (If(II n.-tilutkcn r,, .,, anti tde M ANY RI,,DS. "' I whi ch d l i, e i us of a eon 111011,oc d I concluded at one ~n-- rtN
,'-t -,I..i, riho .. -.h!i> 6i'hg 10o rid -for I e'hl.1hmis.sioln, f Lihe cam t Io. --- it is a hihd's shot tllat ean 1tbe u i c s (:lI -. I endeared to it all. totryit. I promired one bottle ofPr e.-
V .. I or ,8pi, I down at the heel. }del, l g loom that In,- o'ersprcad the 2. Thatb-the daiof Vi.ePer-
IT, the ni I .I ..r ., it04ownship ico,r ii 4 ieI D r e.I- Aa do eO A N I ,a d to
li 17: t %,, i o ." ;tion e,,,l,: lo rl lific.i,> i,.flows: A1,,oult"c^. I f- comm .n2.yThat by the t' og'l i o f p directed, and before I had used the two ; t"^ ..^ t' ,cr
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i "', e 16,; .,ntTinsi I O11 In dVe ,S o..ilv of Es nb'a f,,. a s ,clt25te The nane of Jtdge V. M. IiVES 'S delphia l h -h l bod Io I w l dll to I finis tor eev trengt' of --
800)a>e A6,-(c8o0,. IJ ii'arle ilt i" .st ApPloj,iisl fr ho ,I Ih,- finl-A si'na :orht"] .d p-ostri f ac; annoi fl sh
8(i>f8 H >,l~iro wil.Ap~elu r 1 i- l Bii'ral (list 60; announced for a delegaite to the Coil- I1tiid maush c 111111 to rest in'" ',It:>e ro ifc o acrer ganinfes. I iise teretoft,
wil, be nd'eoii tlttwCentieth dat> olf July, ih the county of S inta ]Ros, for a dclee.Iate aatol ioiln e neb e dn t -E'
A D 18 < -.5, at M ad is o n F lo ri d(., o r i w h eicv r o- t h e e 1 ,< o ri ad d istr i ci; s t it u t io n a l o n v n tion an d lhe w i l le --l P .. S. R S P ritc h a r d ." .,.- ,., o i an g e d a y la s t ,tao the i eic ritisn w tIord tw o b o ttles an u eds its t he iB I O r
er.lhe o t y 1b Il, for 11 WAIT 'f i ti( c ,,,,y of Jak-on for ddeen'e supported, ir respective of party, by, teeor jnh e, one year old a.. .hI inches Epke[hopal and -aso.;i ritl ;.-' n uel to hs generation. were usM I could eat anything I- e,.r.t J Ja,'kson t' r a des o ,i p tfy- G!
said c,..itrt tlI u,.lablish thie said c,.plyolf said fronlike tihrd Ie eeed in lieu and stead of tile or.ginl so lost I the counties of W sishinnglon and tiolme uita a curiosity c all af
or destroyed. for a du'e,;tl front the f urth senatTral d's- I i a-b comrade, ihoad Il- would have been in my 'grave. Parties
I, *. CL.'LI&oO., ,; oAnnn ince en --The negro vote is decdedly ill fa- ,ties shown ,iself to he h orable
I by A. nl. jjUoKNs, their Attorney. In'tte counties or Ca'hona inl Fr nil. A nuce et vor of letting the hog- run at large,> 'i Al. tli thc' La;ke City Fire Depart- .a *1," Itel be oi. Ie above Place. I recommend your medi-
.-4T,:OF FLOIouD.A; for a dclqeate from t' e fifth senatorial dis Mr. J. M. Tolbert is announced asn" il all things cine wherever I go."
COLUMLIA CoUNrV It hbavingg ieon tri,'t.; candidate for the constitutional con- provided he does rit r"11 so fost, t-at w O Our j tC' 1l" Mr. John R. Davs, Moundsville, W.
represented to like by.-affidavit thai the de- In thl coun'y lfendants in the above entitled suit reside from Il,e sixth senat,,iia| district; I '' *io.
nicarCnnid,.intlSl-ieo b Itis r 1, coue of Li erty and Waukuila td HIS MANY F11tIENDS. -Fresh M aCAon jtt : h1I and Huchilg so and Geo. O. AdiSksI were I" ) IoarI --Fresh ill All who have used iet.F;ik highly of its,
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Ordered bv "tlie eonirt that notice WflIt a!)- f,,r a delczmBte from tl.e seventh senatorial selling at 20 cents per package at Pots- pail-bearers Th at so rrow cerabl e rem e s." I I
plication for 'lie re-etabl'shitnnt p.rayed fr district; !I ..- .,,,. *I',. 1 Star S.ore. 24-2t A bio"Tpinbcl keteh ofourrwor a I t Mr. a e re F h P r m t O., 95*
" I'.- .,; I. be published in ']T'tre LAKE rrY 11 t1:ec..unty of Leon f a del:a'e from r.r .L- I "urnf ne a, o l e-orv of our friend, we wih wear a ,, I
, .;ro gTFIt lor the period of time re- uired by the ei ,hlh s ee- or al ,t: .s .. .. O r hunting party say Sttat o e of hy d ,eeased will applca
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law. rtilieeouatlVf Jefft'rs. it foi a delegate rmhose Spring Suits at B] YA'S. 21tf their number ran, a buck nearly a issue. o I and having a good trade on it. It gives .
lAt Chanlibrs,Ml,,rchl10th, A. D., 1885. front the ninlh sentorl di-trir.t; Chonter of a little, before he t1 u h A S t 0 th session. splendid satisfaction I
ENOC J. VA Jude. In tlio cotin-y o Mdion.,or a delegate That a copy of these resolti
8,r ,. from" tie lent, sellatorifl a(i sti t; -T-lie best Guiano Distributor is for o`boot at B te -M next I !,..... -j he sent by the Secretary ofnhis meeot- Notiee' t K ne t
~~OLIAI UT.'x l l. ceilti5 la In]thecounty if llamilt,m fr.ra delegate sale by J.1D. Sh'eetyo 2 CI fe b tn ,J611l -
14 .1 Io.l ti.l. f ro n t t it(h d e e nth c "lo l r "1. .I11..II n g t t e a .l y o f t e e c a s d a -l h e....v t i e e io r a ic p r ,i
O'ltal iv .. order......i ittru1 o fte icopy 'I heeell t h of o W i... ", .. .. ... .Ni e tO'01
I! r fi l e i n i l l y o-, c. ,I t o l, e t un i e s o f '^' t hl r an d J a f t e t -- C ra t e y o u1 1 v e g e t a b l es ie Bt ray a & lo u t o o k n o w a l l k i n d s -ec o p y of u rnos h e d t ot i l e o f 0 c r h r b
,ig-r,I fl i iy ofc. Witness ray l,] ?,{'I ... g, ,ma. r.. y fl -, n-eip. "sit.... .... ...
of f c" nfel ie l,,l'e w e1f'PI s snar Ml lastcers'limproved crate,1 e 21rofe,"t,- o -. .1., of life wi be high LAE Crry REPORTER for Ica- fdhd mar meets at i WS
..i.I ridsa t f ou tt OI e l h." s 1711i tday o .' + -.. li" onn .. H ll D. i .,--tI''d .
Njareii, A 1), 1885.. ;.I.( tn*str, bt; I + '+ this season. W e would theresore I L | t.:
1. "' .' JOHN VIIN4-t' ,rJa h-I khe county of Alachlua for a dtlh ate Whe Latdies I .., av-i..... +ea in he+omiy .
iln the county 4,if iinbria flit- K delegate l OU crops., ,w r nni osy aotead.u egtst ou t o vnio.o1
.o hf u h tee; t ^,en atei t styles of Ginghams at BAYA'S. 21tf given general satte actio A e need r a e A
". f'on"ll- outenthseatril ,ri'; --Allkinds of whiteecuds and trinu-.tie,."4
Sale in Foreclosure. .!,, tie(- ..... ty (fl r .B rdf 1-- (eleg t .. -Al kinds of white goods and trim- another BACON atft ,.. -I I*,;,.eitv field at Lake City on
T .... -, from the ftif th se nt .....; SAW-M"ILL, ing, at Potsda r' Red 11. li SATURDAY, APRIL THE 18t, l
11 tt IIDI I President, ;, itL I
".,1 14.1 J111 IN., A'ND"IORCOLURT IAOF h tile ctll-ly of Nis an for. tdelegate I IMILL, .Store. -. 4-
]'ti I N A FOR C B G.IS.M I.. to e n"Iayor, and one that 1 ,! 1 ;1 -'to.,,i"r or the purpose of nom inating c A O +
t '.- II S -It is I t a t r will be fit dtgnity. or I o l o --nA-- -- -tl- -e aT ire Stat e. C,,,.,.,,,e,.,- I .Ire h t r w l b "
A!cx,,tidi-rG'.'Biw,,. ,' .. 1 For- r tin l 'even aeh)t tm l d sol; 0. o'_\! EN :IN T, Ity, we beseeh you, cisabi e ns Ir o o .t a
v vI sureue If tl e 1 u oilty 6f ,uval fo i dt alea, from TOOLS, ETC., for spokes axe handles rinlis, &c., of Iakc City white tan'I colored, <'o Rrmiiiary be as follo ;,-s: M
I i ,%.M -K h'ctu tne of hel e i,*ioltocnw h .4o ..I r idislrie' ; `-.'.. ...- I -
'N11 I .Si n .... .. \J ort- it'- ,l' ieccutyif lo for'.a dt'egat^,. For sale, ;,ri',, 'Whto. W e have abundance of choice wood ,not e e. and n-np,:^ ,, simply Of Co ^ i F 3t
Eil itli i .t!. I ,faIU i i.i...,-w tlcc'tdj` i'rge" 'e fo...n t'le ,inet.eiilh. selnltori,,l-eis'riel;.,,.t,,a, suited for the purpose. bc al se lie is .. 1- I ....Ititfure of t r-., T.c...duy, A il 7, 1885, ill 2 .. .. suited for the pur
'-iv 'iv -,fa-le I... .-I ile Circuit Court t hthti c une til V O, oran fil-a <,elegale By c yo r llow 1 depends ill j 'r "t 11"-.. I (ici,-rcI lar meeting. ISuwaunc Shoals .. 5 0 CS .
.,lC ,ln,,,l l-.,L ,u %. IT ri-la, dIntd Alarcl from tl e et entieth l atia > -ti m n I ti re 41 1, 1, ; I 0 14 1 ;
'1.1IA ") IMS- "-", I' .'ll 11 an lt e ,frst Mon- I' tle counties ,f Dude 'ud B evarI flt thousand pounds of rawV h h1ides n,.nIh- ,,,,, j f I ti' >O .l n.. -.l, I i I1 '. i ames I",I I i !Ill i I I W
lint 'il d" ,I) .' 1 I., ,. tPub lic outcry to ,ele ,a te front t 0 C tw .Inty ti st.-s enatu rial a.I [ .. t ( ... ... I. o. .. T I : .l z 5 < i. ...1
lli ,;t, -* -".;, r't: a t,-',; ': : 1 -i G g ...'-S ". w7 :-C. Malt-o I c -U ..... 1
li' tile.oun.y.of f-,nnoIflit- t deinglie SeverI flue bulding lostifl La e N%101111fdor\VtlehJA "'"14,.,,,--. III:I.:'.I '.' 1 .]. I': i- g in colmu .l fronathe twently-second seiiatori .1i(ist r~:et C tItbe.oh iI ... ;...
'..ii''^l'l .1. 'Ci\' o b sod i -Dr. Appeal has a two' year (II sec.1 .you, to 1), 1.4. ,.I, or T el wn aco1,s pyss e ps Branch'"01 9 12 g ^? = ^
I., .. ,,,v ,In .J. Ib I ..... %11-s tile s'ek oft's Initile conntr O~f Stutter .for Itdt-eo;c 0e '',le `, .. ., gaccuu'-t er... ...... .. 1 ,12
l r)f s '.c t io 3 t wn ,b i p -6; a n d ,o f sa fr o n tlk ,, e n ty -t h i r < s e a o I d t tr ,t ; O N E I A L F, I g r a t e V li e t h a t h a s n o ,w I ea r t i lv s el e c t i o n. o r AI d er l u e a f: .. K I I ~ ,
1" vl s(- .t1o8,fit ietoon 5 d t 1 In ti e- o ny .f o d U s o f g r a p e s u p o n it ( "- q : .: l o t e s o", (') w a d pa id : Br.2y, o r d e r I F E x. C
CMetion4 E`' OIS t^ ^" ^st) % 1 .F-'- IrIaln t '''' [.iil.-, ," ii shipped fromn Lake City 1nst --utildly, well f bu. iess ca- y; ,cr ,ti ,,n Sc:,eols; C. P. Far- L. HA'RISO., Secretary. .
S ',. riad n rc'A 4 :, h, (fts" 1 1 ,..I Iak 0' -... 'I. II I .'I .. fll o d, le. all, 1.1 .n1.. Q T VO o 1 .... to o .... -O PE...
". ,1 ,,sl- ele- 7 ltt aitie.t, contain- from theteiitflfti + t ld t'iet f i t a t .... _ol.. l oat 2 c n d i ot. brought ou ll' 1 .-*t to,2111.20 S.t ost s; f. F e to
lt "th"e c t o'" [ ...o. ^ fl -a- e Ldoe ts, aso m 22 b te dgi0etttlhl'ei ow !-t
big |In sill ;fi 0 cres.nwlre or tests. l fsrehaser 1tn a,A d e u-' .... ,*h, t ..ates --dh i* est f c t g r ,s M f s c
I 0, la y fo r title s. A J lI E N Y f ro m til e: ,t;en t \-six th ;nkl ol dtfiP; ist y l e atlprl B y .t e rs 't e s t fi v e c en t c iga r i t i-, e, b a I. : L .!: .nk i ho fi i le n La k e Ci t y 0 t'
1 s )i- ei" l MSisturin 11" a le t In th e (nr ty l i. i f Po 'k ; 1 u k a te n l f Sl. 4 IT i N OL\ .So u th a t P o tsd's R ed S ta r Sto r ^ tl L u k e S ui.l1ll ,e rs ,. T h e H .l1 -. z
es e l iym \I h I ch C21;, 18,; 5-t2 te, ad"I n ll*" h M in tn'e "tlt'i*o*""" 1 ..... il- ...O and t the "Little (G e lni.11 24 2 l f f,0-1 v 4',". fO IC wat J. wo rs J 13. F .iBell f
"nrt1hr e u. p i po_ t i a' et a ; ,e 1 ...f v, ,,f tak e.. r r,' .- "L I A R R IS O N,eL ak e C ibV t0 '-- A lrea d y, oin q u iryd, i be ing i, ^l for I to Wk"t And wi e Je o n w e to Iii or ci t r us l ion e,
N0,1001n. 0 e0 0suit+d titate Fr oull+,,, t-egIh oft res q y tit Fh Te pn g es t ma rellatl prhepad otr 1 1 f l tatufday, hfin w ap
P ,] T tl for II I TO F % in p d bean atFLOR- (list R ic'; ae ....r oad..,v t-h.d itg oodiOi weol a p o d of t s.t .'" 'tod^ S A
U .I l ly % I ,i' 1, ,f to m Ur ic e h as H u nth e b t S o Ds. 7 -t .y. L .e I. I o n e o u r g old VII A C O U N 'I Y -I N I w t e no nn 'y f V i lle f rf l' o l ,- l e c t o.. . .o n. i2- o t h e$ ye r 1 8 4,t t h e h ,R S. ex te n, rei I ,r a;
'1 ''.-,' I, i forsal inthein1 fato e s o l t hi s se a sn "t an a ber oug ht O t ti le -[l4 %% pa.dI-,.A o. ba the t-h6 Do esti C l Ma n .... -e o
from lale n Ictiv I,. I on I. J. 1U it -o 1 I, I I -(- I, 6 J of R o V $2Je u
a~xn V. Brw ....2 I a,"$!1,, .:'d Z.- 'k, re0vreIec t tlf count.
"` vs .Foreclosure of m6rtgege. Irk ,t" C, i' -nv.,)a theIo pan .h ,.-.,rav ca-fI' ,ulaio tot'enewAT,;D.,aget on2.-9s
Joh1 Smt ..'0 qfroit(' i, I ]:i ,'i i hII -: ,(,;I~dII r'..i)fliion for Jr. $350!Clrkaiinit. "
MItrthli J. Smith p In tf' e c ut 1111 f%,h, f ; gpl's ,w d,.- -, -Vegetable crates m-1de il be t lyi virl of1 ii decree i -ued out of l ui ntre a t f d ol s te C t a sa en le s n g. V e l earMnd y B I w r
,, :i ir't~ijwI C .... IFlorid,t'd dtclJa.....y,, Ill I ho 11'r, : ]. "I ::it(I. i I di I cl A c
6t .l...l. ..... ... .. .style adt a In I le o, ,,tyoI e d I T. J. Bush's 4tf p at haya & tMasters. storI-r o be21 el t -1i -. b1. ooves1all A. pr ris 4 f fo rwork oi l ir Frakeh of Whit e C i ng. I 'd I
Hill.. Aa.D 1.IA,. .t ,lI( ,, ,oil, che to t heonday ti l eonoar;at ... nf n; M.t M.t. STI Tin: _
.,a.I ,o r .. .-I .ta t t ie ,, t H ous ie d o r in L a ke tile i it. n .d e iI.I n p lIa y n h ,l l S e n da o u r oltrd e r s t oe a y a & M a s- a t tu ststhl e r R. s old r egSt a r S t 2 I- g I i 1, I r i l i a d T h e -- ---- -- --- i a

d,,^ Ll.l u1',-.^. [ ,,., .*out ,ry tolehget- :-0. !,.e. +, t lh '"", L dior sforcr te end.s "od .. c a y h n t P td m rs R d t r ^rm n o r ^ e p ^ ^ M ^V tu1e *fo it e g et E p sto t*^^^
A rid, ,;I l.-i1 pL. eot,:l *1yi. rii...... !.ho -f.. -o I In Irthafi
t l y i n g i n t h e t it o r e i d ( ,' o tn t y nn d 's tl i t e w i ll -he I t !, 1 : : -I. Ur ,i a t' b o t to,. 1 ,- -- ThI S t oe (, 2 t u, i Ma.
=U I'n datd dosribepu ,s ollevs: the siuitwest ofes of ttlo.r in i L t. 1 ,1.1v. L I, t e taid --English e o oeed--yxnrtaearlytheira llm c.eting" t ha t appropria ted Ttodd aprn t e C lector ,q P I y g
lnanl lor oth le i.,couiiiwit i C-i/.l'te, / -,>ein li tIo- f 11 w : .-. h b gC p ma-i e ct'p e.rt l o t S tATA O .
-t e a llr n geI eI s t e n i g i a l 4 c ~ ; C o a v ni' I M a r r o w f a t & c o t b o t t o n t p r i c e -; a t fi v e d o l hla r s p e r i n to n I hl t o W l i m. A l i n ,.I w t
q Ap GBothe 1 lowp rp "0 a E sto ck. In Pse- nbia ,, :,; ,o gs,,.soo;.d"Exposttie
cat tle n a d I b o y Le -aho rwitH e dWiaun t e r & S o u l s "e 7e hil l i a mps c o l o r e d o f t h i s, c o u n t y io i l t h e
Cl' A I'. .ARN KL I I Santa R sn I 1 I t Ist. w ithn le :; to fe r t e s to su sxln a,' o w ere p laced
.Ip I n. .i aster. In Wall, : : --A rg t t o G ents a nd fa- who i I t l i one hundred and sixteen yearsI,- tho isoiniua o ctngfue
e I ,,.B H 1 ., ,,-..... I. i ,i hli uti o ba ce o o f Ga r s a nd La w ho) 1884,.s s e1 .4 h ihl l .a t Wa'ht ..d nistUict $ 5 e rNho n V. ao ldem e d a l a n d ;0 e s, n t e dhtho sC.1
l11 W .1. 0 ,i n v 1; a E ** 0 ] d I ]-l .W."o -1 C .bCo l li"s..i

,, -) k ;. : ii 1, ,N 18 4 111 fi (11 A e' B u tto,- I Tie.- ; l .. ld fo t ni ., ,. ,, .. '.l h o p e lld~ d a T he ',. ~ ^,P y i i n e o ne ~ n a t e b s t t r t T 7 I h n o! t a ,- 1, 1 rt I
I Ili ~~~ ~ ~]nFirenkdin eomrni Oi,-'; 'Boots of best quality at Ft 's. -The 1 heiget intiark-et price paid for will beafl tltv). A
Notice for Divorce, Ti,, Calhoum ci,wzv, ity ; 5-fpeas andl /e'uls at 1 otsdamer's tRed a warnirc eoeis u t selapoe. ft
.,- n a k t lt .- n
X;I 11 I 111 lii'tl, JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT (COUR1T n J-k ,n .Yuty ti'. Beans for Spring planting tit rock ,Star Store. I2472t1 orcg iete ata nnc! .1) alrw srlee rmtx-II I
f f I ......i. i f '! un; bia o t ty eoan' < i ., I 1 t ; C,,lmi L In I. i ty ., I w r p a I & Si)', T -1 Ig--t -- t I -c a r o 18, n,; c .
ill1 .....county,. I '. In lVall"In.y uou ; b- I t i-ie L. AV. Rivers, oi -f -or --,-e. L. V$ 0. 0i I' to, ievr il I th e Mr.a .r S. Ro betso n, r epre seating I h o.
%% t ih t [ r ,I ~ v o c .I n Ga d e d e n ec nni~ t v t h r e ;
P etrie A aih o i I I n Le on count ty f ou : ; -- C a ll oil T J B us h if y o u w ish fa r klers, so l t is e a t a l! i ,,, ,N,., <; ,, ,,- I t .th e most W M ac in C o in
It h' n >t.en l ,pr rented to m e byt o affi davi Ile Jeffs'son c eesf,,ug; fresh an d ch oice groceries. ,llf age i yice o f 7 cen ts o p ollund on e A ll 1 W ,._ C o n madl p.. i.,n of RiOiioEd V a. m us .I
tog u.t i, I. ....-,o.. ,, I te o F, o rit d, ilawd i r. nco tliv m t o e; 4 bundr ed and fifty dollr s worth owt.aBtn b,
i ar r. n c, a, a.ei. ,1 I h ,t 1 I.. i ,A ibde f e n d1an t P),i e it T ay l r c o m it y i ll i ';-. J B u s h 's 4 t f p o r k a n d h a s s t1i l l in t ie s t o r e r o o lniip d i, ,r, l h p a ,e p t a g a in s Fa..I o f W h i t e I BAy u its .t iI i Oe re-
A i ,rh ,, q ,I ,,,I ,I .t....p ..I I ts he hill hei : i 'b n u n I.., m e Ii D to?)l c u -vI o;' Dr
,1 t1 I,., h,.n M. lav i Jun. e, -'A. jatin an,,0e ,co ity tW ;W e hav e just received and ar-, dis- one u rbdretdolla rs ron I te e ord in t, I
- ; k a rc., i a.. w l t l. i .. .. .. l i y t e u n -lt b s d r e g a r d l i s o f r
L .I, nC -,pa ig ula d cm lt ll f -G1 .ID .a dM s uth 'l I'k

I l l I i. I 1 ..1- -i n l 'co s l n i < ..] ,l r e i nll e n y- h e t a ~ l l K ~ 1 c a t a c i 0 a L o;i n s jid e- 1 o a n d e l e g atIt o tha e Ci lt l t t ~ l g o o do o r -N f a y o r i'e. a k ol l-He d a s ao ~ n l u,' vaea l r e -o k v c l S e t f l s s .
d*ll- --r- _'.,, Ii" 'l, "i'"'h'.'M.IS, i.'i.R"oF l" hlnlbe fa.c groc.,, are. to1) b[ ll'iid C ot ,),,ll. Lis funy l dy,.iet tebe,, C oneti n,1an we skhfo hinb ornhclc .oioggra ted.ll and coniI"1s^ ete" line" of i"l- G oods m us
% ,_, l o., \- ;..eln, ,.,-. ',..,;, -" ... n A eh* . ,'; Lalio's Ve heteen dress. ^ anytn t Potsdanig R St ar p oil by fi no l and dI. "'b

L%1-1-U J \'^.' ;. II '" 4'.. .. o--..,'' I'^ ^ nr ~ i A. IT r .'- -l t; sh tu ne .e I.t e It ,, I ai 1B a d o ,A d rn n r f tu e later b -o iy Jo n d' I Iun Fert .b T oc yEx h fit si i a t hi t o n r 13ccp v ye M / ~~
Uz. k P I.';. -.' 1., -11 ,4-1 h n O : I^ )^J w li -c Z-. 1- 1 I- -, t T roIuea .To n yV tuw t r ne d fro^ m t i e gr meb = n ^ i li .L w r s o l e d f,
;,, r ; I',- :,,, ', t ar,,- e P a t e n t F t. h ., I a t-c t t h e L ane C it Va oe,,t V tv wi a. oS torri n2 a t b ot.t t 1 eN w r l. Sso rI
....... --,- I .depends upon it. Me l ul. ~.-f 4ifnvs pone n
". .......,,, ...... ..".. ,1', l r,,.' *"' 21..1W,,,m ; Colliea ndnt~at e y ou r 'sei a, f --ve understaousand thatrds n uill ,ii t o eda tru
Ia.n'.and forJCo '-lu ia.iconmv--! C huJ of 8I o rnidtr. -1i Sh .e f .- ',,,r o tf J -" lT f a rhfs, e l as, pbqu es, ga a d o d a e o B ch f ra e N ad*

1;. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l 11. 1w e-I \ ._.. -- P it flta !, :. `L bous-olcr s g hotd.of Catan ]I<*.ran l, tha '>i reflect ionui c rvi u onic Il 10 1. ".'~jh law *fth State. A Q U ES TIO N -4B O UTH f.G ^/l: 1'* f Al 'T
-4 G IBig el ,,w i ) E s htto 0 tfa ], P. ] N a s u ,OI. I -I\% ,,:ty -ti, ^l I o., l d, I 4- o nrall g o o ds, sold by l, _, o i c ity aKi n g t e e h t.dre TaLe'es n x t. dd i l i', i ip e t in T -V 9 W t',
of, ,.Ii,)'-.'..,." ,dnn ',' v : l..inn ...... i 2 I. ,C C ;' Iold In S. eI .1u---- ....... Ot"----;-"3 f. Rob ertsh. 52-tf a e 10 1 r

jit.s, luia ri..(, iao~. .Uan i-a-k-, .., tlg' Ialsac,,l^_ I :G' at g aa te l goodsI,. frh i o d ovei e r al f k >in *.*;" w u vlv ..... .-- _f^ 6 2 i, ... ,a too er pl2fil A- without-M Es a e .Ic(U .iiriiy ldetwel n

.01- al a dollars worth of gro-i : e ; and aa3s -- A Perrnian alnounces county scho
19-- .. .h' othe h "d in oo c s L.B/sh's. 23 he expects to mal Q t n d, one hun t, A,, of C, Co ta, Pa. wa s al ey, of wl ,,

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to Iiaiicr cotul;t ", -r "f I ^ i T
li;.e; solid. ...v [.,...*1' *. J ^ ^ '
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wannee ; C. v t -, X i
wvaoiice ,. r -V': iif` i *.
Br!'ioiV : \ d lty
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"or; e ( i.'e l aiid ; ,'i
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W. 1R. ,l'or, VW. M. Odrl wid Amos
iT1'.y [ur 1 !' I ureein;t, District NO. 4.
S. i'. B'ih.% J- hn '. Tompf-Ili a iiii l
S!.iiil, n f;,r Sh11 iirnnHtKii. I recili' t, I i-
c No. 5.
T,. A ri' G (zn, L TerrV ii,d
oI; fo-r Clip y Jill )re inct, lst V. i .
I. R. W '!i o.uR. C. Mi tinnd At. [,Floyd)
+:'.l.i, *,..,,i' .., .. '* ;., t N 7 *
o n W. N;.: i i teyt adWin.
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lhomaas J".. r',,ff. 1"1 *Li~r
vsi-- L- i l. IN -i -'j I i
hn Harris,'o Harris, Frank t-Vion to
11 trris, Ehoe(hH:,IrrisA An tCrus- I
tme,.Jno.Crosstite,herhuatnd, re-est *Biish
( elia Tyre. Maria HHarri. and
Mary Kadden and -- Kaldde, | ost Deld,
tier husband, and Tabitha I
EOlazemal, defendants.
The defendants ainid il others intereted ii
ke notice thlat I will apply- to the Eon. I. i
,I,.. I ., r ..,. .r i .1. l i -1, "' I t th^
S T-1-.,w t I hIf ,I1 1.. 11-
I ,k E, b r ,,
",ill ii- n l i i, i, I
i IT h t. ir i A I P 1
aid in t olumbi t ountiv. Florida, descviled a a
1-4 .. f 1 1 1 ..r I j .-I .- ,] 1 4 .,1 ve.- -n
1,to% r .n I ...!I-- r .. '.. i-. .,--I .-rL '1-4 -4
el-4 ot soe tion.7% and E *. 1 i -1 -1 ..ii 1
,.1 -i.. .. --n el4 If I, wl-4
n. I 1..4 1,-4 io 17, all
'1 P I n-h A. 1 a ;nd e; aliffo, Sl-2 ot a
1 .O ,I ; i o f i os e o ,
1.4 ...i o.. i 1sa e of ., 1-4
, il o 20 a res o n I. i.. -. i
-2 of n Wl-4, a nd'10 "res on n wl I I
action 17, all in townsi ip 5. raniee 18 s and e, ven-
a in in g in a ll .i .-d a .i I. I n r- .
ess. AppliCat .,i i 1 .11 h. t u II. *I *. 1 -* i
,uly, A. P, i8 M i i:.i F r
he Court' in ., i I~ *I
'nirt to re-Ps', 1 h .1 1 1- 1
nd stead of i : r. 1,.. .. 1
I \ iL F f .1. r
S" "I, %i %
lt qip,:,,,,.. by ffidaii 1 l
l.. ., ... ., led suit do no* r l
county, or in the Third judicial I-a. -0
they do reside in the Stw'e of I il- I -
dered that noticeof -L.. `-i- for the re-es-
tablishmbut of the .-. I I I l destroyed b^-
fire prayed for in petition 1t- *-,,? I v r 1-1
n thoe Lue City Reporter \-i I I` "1 .1
day .
Done and ordered at it Madi.n, in
,.i i,,.i[, M .I. h 27th. ^ 11 *
ENOCH U J., V \ -A..l'
ST' i r iV FLL L>, I 1
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cop'. ..I rr .o *.'" I ,.n '
M y ..i..l ..- ,I ul L'.1,1r Ii F.
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'Lake Cifj IN


KSI'JIYG cmd 81r21ME2 (,'C0nOS.
(onsi.liw, ofl)r (oot's. t ,
ReaiyMw. le f I I-.- dva u, Ctorlzny
,id Tihwnic '- B idic l
\V'"odr.n \va,'er, l.'lrkB, O^Iills oin ,a
every, aitivl usuili' y ki-l t it A. li'M Cht. i
OCell- l ^

A. reat On gaim
EUIHTY A(M;ES riel IjgI;
tu(;ek 5;Jai1,wnd i
of tLefcity, wili be o.
at a bargain, For partculars 'y te

-Edge & Potler hayc
1 overl;. ,SO() oi
'ir:!l. on ti heileP. w a, Fv.
,'e;\ds r-;m o.-. t.' the ; I 'S

Notice' to Debtor ald Creditiors. TUESDAY the FOURTEENTH -For good and d a
,".! T ., estate fph stering, 1,u-!gs
A .:",'.'' I .*:,* .hnnbia day of APRIL,i1sS, according to the plf 1 t A .- the same 25
coun --ord d ea,will 1presvmttthenl laws and ordinan ces gov-ernin~g sueh M N, ke City, Fh2t. le] i!trlwt, roi fsxt-b-a
il~~ ~ ... -,i. N. 1","125.00 e." to..- )r
.^ ^ --,^S^ ^ n^ S w *^ow)run. ^i two ~dollars ard fifty cents, or 2.030-_ __ -t
'li i.t,, : % ,, ,,'..,,,.,' i elections: at whllch tile t~l o Il
t ing named officer'. are to be elected: latest slcN le: al t
L, -1 N e r
_l7fia -- _;^_...-"^ AMAYOR, 'don't f il to 0-1~ o 'i ; P t.r. ;- .W a g .lad to learn that our:F l
Ndtioe of lasolvency. THREE ALI)ERIEIN, _-,-! patent Flour is vJ' la increase thee X0h t""t fron O .G.'
-- "" A MAVRSHAL, in th %; -1,1. acreage il rwco (his year. The
H tE R E A 'I A S UG I d -E S TIO N O F I",, SttL 'TE dN r o I* { '
t/II/ c h~'Ibee rl I., II, ,i, 51,1c;,, ,i ed, su< /l ii'te_ i.C],]C+it,
11-EEA bee ri c.B- o Ar U. ,~L;-N MIK a*nd TREA,';-'RE,171''-> r.- pK EK re o on u the best ;s e oA.te 1111^,YP. A.N.... .. '.'"'i., AN ASSESSOR, paying Crops. Dr. -uTrpingson Iva i
con,,', .; itere hrby i iitied to^p- A COLL T OR.. S two and a quarter aOres planted of HOS W \ : o.S.
t,. 5 .. vh ilh,,Judye of the Coun \Vn- H J ri aiJn ri
, l' n.'1, m te- :ulv,--ea mi-tMdL- W m J e r n g a n J a m e s F u tc h M r r s
r ,I ., ,r .-. r ,- ,' "-. .. I 1 ;.,MA i. n., xt.. a( 'T1. J 'le a r e ;" 'so diLt < l lu sp ee- ,,.a
*oae d at bi; I,. t- it 't", ^ T ^ Wnl 11" fi date a few boarders at her )-i-e..l hat 1"I(cil hul'tir", lt i ,, ^ < ^ .au t o

4Ordered at Lullccc I nni0 I....k.H 'luW C fo
\. L ', tursa. i \ J. I: 4 of elee- .
4(i~mlCqnnty Judge. -
|| 1-fn C';ny ut. ^ ^-Gclluiria Key WVQt cisar at li two and a quarfc vi ;;:e brought at 75 AMi~r;-llal of,]"k'e Citv. '. 1 -^.cle' l
...... eI,,-,85,a, ,,).;i : M r'oppohit t Court cents per bushelat h').95; and he tells 17, t. "(he ie
-old Srteve .is, .9.-1... ..
-e t:oue us that one quarter of t. s sod fearlessly. I a. ., up,-ort of lov-
liui friends share the good Vhi.-n"g. he I r "W.T.BACON.o
deals ou t at G W W a tt 's. G o an d W N 1 I t',,- '$.... ,f M A Yoa.n+ -Iced .odrin k s at th e L little G e m.2 4 ^ Q o
ee'him. 6'f / Clerk ,. "

4)[ all te Rotrnschihk-more prtci s th.n(
;i]i tho oi of EIII S royalty

IT f m mV YO;LP
.iiind adir
T s L -i.: lR.^ l-t.rCo.
p. :l.0.x 2 ATLA TA .
5t.+ E5 ;?.iilot says.
(;'. D. M. : \ i, \\ ell I...... 'I
ays; S; I l]:lve bep n sb IiltLli 'rom d N -8 I
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smalll profit on it.
-B e can suDvly you with the choicest of BUTTER and LARD. '

HOMINY AND MEAL, Homemade and Northern, can be found at his store.
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CHARLES A. VI vr-, Publisher. famous old Sevres, and identical with o~tB8 TOI.D BI ME.By WAS O
GODoir PrE.L. that of China, lending itself to artistic THE PRESS.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: decoration and taking all kinds of --
The Picturesque City 111A the Nile glazes, has been produced after teoi il[venging Pa-A Solemn Moment-
O"'year ..................................... $200 --its Street@ Antd Suarroundings-- yers eprmntIy uho An erc be--TypicalWent- a,
SIx months ................................... Joe Fat~l Desert Wnud.. year' experiment, 1iy M. Lauth, of An American Fable
A G R Shartou is no exception to the rui Sevres. ern Fertlllty-Subdued by Size. Ji
ADVERTISING RATES: ous aspect that marks all Arab towns Hermann Wohlfahct, a German instru- "It's a shame that Mr. Blobbs should
One qnardt fart itnsertion .................... i when seen from a distae It needs all ment maker, has invented a substitute have treated you so abominably, father." (
Oe~ sqAredirtioa insertion ........... .... -- w e enfo itn I ed l1m n Y s ti h m ,d uhe. I'
Professionel and business cards of 8 lines, per the picturesqueness of the graceful palms for powder, which he calls explosive pa- "Yes, it is a shame daughter. It'sx
snnum ................................... 1000 that rise above it in every direction, the I per, and for which he claims that it is outrageous, it's scandalous." A
Allcardiover]lfeapcranam........... 1500 white-sailed boats that flit ng its more effective than gun-cotton, and will "Is he a bachelor, pa?" A
,Net,, oofApplication for letters of admind. wit-ald ot ha l-aln t
triler ................................... 00 shores like butterflies, the noble Sweep soon take the place of powder altogether. "Yes, he's a dried up, crusty old A
Notices of Appointment aqadministrator ..... 500 of the Blue Nile on Tnh side nd the The experiments thus far made by the bach.'t t
Noticeto debtor#aanticreditors ............... 800ofteBuNieo oneh side, and tohe Worrhen Pi11A
Notice for Anal dismissal ..................... 1 0u White Nile on the other, the rich blue Iiventor have been thoroughly success ell p4 don't worry then.
Notlces of over 'wo squares will be charged by sky and dazzling sunlight, to counteract Will and the stibjefit is fiil putinto the get even with him for you. You shall A
d, are at le "'e o I'gi otces the depressing effect of this mass of flat- handle of roman government experts e avenged.
andadveuementa wpil becharted aeordtg tothe roofed, whity-gray, tomb-liko houses Ior an exhaustive trialt-- thedark "I And how?". on
space the ocupy and the neihe of Insertions re-
qulred. Local notices 10 cents per line. Liberal amid the dim, bWurtdlcss emptiness 'of It has bee suggested that the dark ill marry him."-Boston Times.
reduction made to regular advertisers. the eternal desturt, along the horizon of pigment cells which give the color to a -A
which quivers a film of intense heat like Pegro's skin are anatomically placed in A Solemn Woenit.i
Entered at the postoffiec in Lake City as second. the reek from a furnace mouth. DT.ring front of delicate nerve terminations, and A t marriage of Miss LilliauA
class Mail Matter. the wet season the narrow, crooked, that the function of the black pigment Ag of Dallas. the bridal party par-
fith ste ae ere ponds, breathing cells is to lessen the intensity of nerve took of a sumptuous banquet, toward the s
JINGLE OF THE RINK. stench And fever. Many of the "houses" vibrations that would be caused in a
ar-- ae circular mud burrows topped with a naked human body by exposure to a bide got up, and said solemnly, raising o
"ltem prate, prate, prate, pointed thatch of corn stalks, while the tropical sun. Thus the pigment plays his glass: B
ter with his mate, nigh, blank walls encircling the count- about the same part as a piece of .,i.,k"..1 "Ladies and gentlemen, I have to pro- to
& skate, the merry, merry skate less gardens enhance indescribably the glass held between the sun and -I 1,., pose a toast, which, however, must be sm
There's many a love--ly story they relate, dreary effect. The Washingtonmonument has already drunk standing. Please take your s
As they sVl at fearful rate- About 108 miles north of Khartoum, been turned to a scientific Use. tProfes- glasses and rise'up."
and almost midway to Berber, lies the sor Simon Newcomb has been using the The guests, although somewhat be- af
'Tis often Cupid seals the fate, fortified village of El Matemneh, con- top of the monument for measuring the wildered, did so.
Be sure and save your pate nected with Shendy, on the opposite velocity of light, and believes that he "Now," said the young scapegrace, I.
Ere it shall be too late: bank, by a clumsy native ferry-boat, on has obtained more accurate data for esti- "if you will remain standing for a'few
-16- pi so very, very great which an Arab stands upright with a mating the distance and magnitude of minutes I'll find out who has been sitting
i.f7o nflr upon the merry, merry skate- atrip bf canvas held outstretched above the sun. The velocity Df light is meas- on my nw stove-pipe hat."-Siftings. A
'Tb tnter tar than swinging on the gath. his head to do duty for mast and sail, ured with a degree of accuracy never be- A
-" : -Cambride Tribune. two others holding this living mast firm, fore obtained. Professor Newcomb tells A
and a fourth steering. Shendy has never a reporter of the Philadelphia Timesthat Fable of the Fox and Woodchuck;. A
He put on the rollers at seven, recovered its destruction by Mehemet he thinks the error in his calculations A Woodchuck who had, at great Labor j
And before the clock sounded eleven, Ali's son-in-law in 1821, and the sole cannot exceed oie four-hundred-milionth and many Back-Aches, managed to ex-
His feet they went flying,' token of its former greatness is the huge part of a second, cavate a Hole for Himself in a Hillside, r
As if they were trying crumbling fort overlookifig the river, the .J. LArnders has reached the con- was resting and congratulating Himaself S
'ek ou ifathey 1,meotrynae present "town"i being a cluster on'Iow. I. hen alorg came Po who sai: L(
ihov-ehs two miles distant, ert ,.,-Ine "Ah-uml Just Fits me! I've been A.
P B M^ a wMir, bare market-plac 1 cuid thfh,: most odorous flowers pro- Lboking for just such a Den the last A
K to aat,, In the hollow between the Upper Nile duce the greatest quantity. The ozone three months." A
And with the skaters glide, and its great westward bend beyond Abu- attacks the organic matter of the air and "You don't mean to Steal my Home A
$A pairofrolersonmyfeet, Hamed lies the Bayuda Desert. across by oxidation renders it inert; and Dr. away?" queried the Woodchuck. AA
Sweet irleby my side. which the British marched to Metemneh Anders does not doubt that rl..,ve." A "Might makes Right in this Blizzard A
AH seetgirl by my side. (via Abu-Klea) from Korti, General plants in clear weather give off ,i n Country, and don't you Forget it! Take ^
Be tried to boea skater, Wolseley's present headquarters The of this natural purifying agent t.3 l. yourself Off, or I'll make you sad-1" 1
--." And bravely he struck out. latter place, overhanging the Nile from hygienic value indoors. Foliage plants, The Fox took Possessioni, and the A
.. ^.* "* a steep bank shaded by clustering trees, Although yielding no ozone may be of Woodchuck withdrew, but hiext morning A
>" The doctei..ays, "In three months is pleasant enough, despite the perilous advantage in contributing to the mainte, he passed that way to find the Fox fast n
Agau ll be ab...ut shoals around its landing*place. The nance of a healthful degree of humidity in a Trap at the mouth of the Den.
-\..rr,stown Herald, now memorable halting-place of Jcbel- in the atmosphere of rooms. Some boys had Baited for Woodchuck I
Sdaring yo d" named RusselleGakdul lies a little to the north of Abu- Rag dnt is cri on in an and caught a Fox. As they Appeared on A
Thought she'd ove roller skating a "tussle," But here, as everywhere else in the air-tight box, into which each bale of tisam but a poor Fox, while you are t
Her skates were erratic- S da the life-giving stream is power- rags is drawn by means of five screws, Learned and Intelligent Humani Beings. A
Her fall was emphatic, l^ nourish anything beyond the spot which at the same time makefiveperor- Yo ave no to Sacrifice me in this
H r f l r s e p a i ,6 n u i h a y h i 'ation s fro m en d to en d o f th e A~ a e n i h o S c ii e m n t i
And-her lie It was saved by her bustle, o0 which it flows. The waters of the bale. Suereae steam is injected manner!"
.......... -Nile itself are frequently sprinkled with thrug thescew whih are hollow "Ah! Yes, but this is a Question of A
HUMOR OF TILE DAY. the powdery sand of the mighty deserts t oMight instead of Right I" was the Re-
and perforated with holes which permits Mgtisedo ihI a h e
which have pushed their borders to jets of steam to penetrate through the ply, as he was Knocked on the Head.
within less than a mile of its edge. SMoral: "It Ceases to be Funny when
If you want a fast friend, buy a per. witho lelss rags in every direction. An escapein in
ous plster.-'a;;.too, with the oasis of Gakdul, or o f Abu- oxiprvddBoth Sides begin to play the Sam
ous plaster.--Call. Ke.Bfrthrfcindoshvethe upper part of the box is provided Bt Siebeitopa th S Am
prkett Before th refrshing drops have with a bath intended to intercept the Game.-Detroit F'ree Press. A
It's a poor skater that won't roll both Are pnyu er o r nemr
was s ner ^ ^ -^-dried upon? your berdyo are once more passage of any disease germ into the air.
wayt as beginners speedily learn.--Bos- amid the hot, brassy glare and the dead, passageofanydiataof Typical Western Fertility.
ton Courier. cuhn siecof"hladwreMost germis of life are killed at a heat of TpclWsen]etlt,
crushing Inc thef "its ld wn cn212 0r 215 degrees, but the steam em The following story of an engineer On
In these times a man can start a sensa- all things are forgotten." Waves of ployed In this process i's raised to 330. a, Western railway shows how fast the
tion iwLondon by stepping on a parlor burning rock or lifeless sand, wearying texposre of fou Or e
match.--Chica a your aching eyes with their grims heats the bale 9 that it takes two hours os gresos efor the
"Will Enland charge the cost of the nose, surge up one beyond another into feats to fall below the germicide point stour, butlve r onsot heitate tos tha
war with El Miahdi to' the prophet and the dim horizon, while the bleaching Ofr 212 it is Ieo 'not germcid ooft story," cu ed thstt ompayrtha
loss account?--Boston GUbe. bones of a skeleton start from the drift- wf 212. itis t"ot much of a story," compared
IT it not contradictory to say that ing sands at your feet in gloomy warning How RoyalFamilies Live. ma k t by the Western man who
soldiers who fire coolly make it hot for ofwhar owft e may soon be. England stands at the head of all Eu- One day I was driving my engine e
StA iemy?--Pittsbur Telegraph. Hero it is that the fatal kamsin," or pEnand stands in the ost of i olit ove e fay h rate ofifng ty engi ne
W l e m a n in G e rm a n y w h o h a s m a d e h o t w in d o f th e d e se rt, w h ic h ill-fa te d r o p a a i n n t e c s f i s n b l t v e h r i i r h a e o o t i e
eman sond G,000,000therma omets out British troops are now encountering a and Germany in the expenses of main- an hour, without a house in sight, and
d beld;iee000,000 thermometers ought full week before its wonted time, blows training the royal family alone. The supposing the nearest town to be thirty
to believe in weather prophets.-all its fury. In the old Arabian latter empire, with a population of not miles distant. But as I glanced ahead c
ings. legends one often finds a caliph or pasha more than 45,000,000, has to support I was astonished to see that I was up-
When Smithy gave his girl the sack impatiently exclaiming at the close of a twenty-two royal, princely and ducal preaching a large city. I rubbed tay
the other day, she took it very philo- long winded story, "By Allah, thy talk- families, and the direct cost of their eyes, thinking it was a mirage.
sophically. It once covered a seal.--St. ing is worse than the hot blast of the maintenance is $16,500,000. "Jim," says I to the fireman, 'what's
Paul Rerald. wilderness!" No one can fully appreci- In Prussia and several of the other this place?'
The breath of winter may be cold, but ate thiwa.rough hewn sarcasm who has German States the reigning family, be- "Blamed if I know!" says Jim, staring
it is not half so cold as the glance-of the not beermn Arabia or the Nile valley in sides its public income, possesses very out of the cab. 'I declare if theeait
man you strike for the loan of half a the earlier weeks of March. Everything large private estates, and, indeed, in a new town growed up here since we
dollar.-Blimzard. looks suddenly dim and blurred, as if some of the States theprinces are the went over the line yesterday!' '
An artist who went into the country seen through a wet pane of glass, and all chief land-owners, '1 believe you are right, Jim, Ring
SA tarpostd at once you feel. a gust of stfling, prick- Turkey comes next to Germany in its the bell or we shall run over somebody!'
for the purpose ser of tha bull ahn y dfyal expenditures, the total amount ab- "So I slowed up and we pulled into a
him. --Boston Times. nausea. Your eyes smart and burn, your sorbed by the sultan and his family be- large depot where maore'ri five hundred
t4 temple Vvlns throb as if they would ing about $16,250,000. The imperial people were waiting to see the first train
.. "Soft words," says a writer of pro- your skin seems one vast ninc'sh- family of Russia costs that country 1 I,- come into the, place. The conductor .
verbs, ddo not scald the mouth.a v er on filled with red hot needles, and i 250,000, arid the greater part which learned the name of the town, put it
average dude ought to have a vetT cool another moment you are staggering as if comes in the shape of rents from the down on the schedule, and we went on.
mouth. -Barliaytoi, (Vt.) Free Press. stunned a heavy blow and groping crown. domains which consist of "'Jim,' says I, as we pulled out, 'keep
-Suppose we have no sugar?" suggests blindly for any support that you can find' more than a million square miles your eyes open for new towns First
.,, an English magazine. Well, then, we tothe uttreutp l ot ltnd, besids fold and silver- thing you know we'lle runnni_'by some .
I'.i' g~tt see how yott could sku'stly"anpoebtdlz,, ~.t;,..-T tO t rian _ p r a. famil,.y strange placet-?
A-r 4"- i IT.ra .bL13'.. r .. I rax e 13, unw.r .Sra it 1 -,. ? r.bywell Off, whic.1ccdmes directly Tathat's so!' says Jim. 'An hadn't
g,,'h reeen 0.'-te th tsl c ....... ,u n ..... I in ...
j\e agree with a recent writer that 'og or an Englishman). Woe to any sick from the public purse, we better git one of bte brakemen to
14kt' all nonsense to say that eating pies o&rwounded European who meets its de- The sum expended on account of the watch out on the rear platform for towns
'healthy." It is trying to digest stroyin blast in mid desert .-David British royal family will be increased by that spring up after the engine gets by!' -
,[m'nthat raises the mischief with one's Aer., 0 aper's Weekly $30, 000 a year on the coming marriage -Providence News..
'th.-Boton Transcript. of the Princess Beatrice, and it is ex-
it is said that Japanese women have General Gordon's Paper Money. ected that there will shortly be a call Subdued by Size.
0 ,e isee sand doa Jpnese knwoe thav tee te use For Ad income for the oldest son of thd
of pis Wnhes en an Japanese manowth suse- A Gubat letter to a Londont paper sAy: .Ptince of Wales. Yet 'the sum thus Oilce upon a time a rather overheat-
pen erbutonco esoffheuss a sh n- "The Mahdi, when Khartoum fell, granted will be but A hom oropathie dose mng kind of a man was driving a sleigh
gle nail or a match.-- Graphic. secured the Whole of General Gordon's compared with the annual expenditures aoganr road, wh a encin
papers, together with a large number of in appointments, salaries, pensions and .ered another sleigh, also with a man in
Enfant terrible: "Say, Mr. Snobby, bank notes issued by the gallant de- moneys received by the families and re- it, coming in the opposite direction.
can you play cards?" Snobby: "Why fender of Khartoum. These, we are in- lations of dukes, marquises, earls, vis- The occupant of the'second sleigh did
no, Johnnv, I can't play very well." E. formed, he is now taking steps to negoti- counts and barons, amounting to the not appear to be a very large man, cov-
T.: "Well, then, you'd better look out, ate, and obtain much-needed ready cash prodigious total of $186460divided ered up as he was with buffalo robes.
for ma says if Emma plays her. cards by discounting them. As General as follows; Twenty-eight families of Hence the surly, overbearing fellow,
well she'll catch you."--Li. Gordon pledged England's word to re- dukes take $9,7603000; thirty-three supposingthat he could control the requi-
In Boston there's a restaurant deem them. it will require some ingenuity fm,li,. Of marquises, $8,305,950; 200 to two-thrds ukn hg majority on
Where no one asks you what you want, to defeat the Mahdli's object. JTdeed, families of earls, $48,181.203; sixty joint ballot, made up his mind not to
But when you enter there to eat, t eetteMhl8ojc.Jde aie ters W lUsxygehl h od eol okhl
As soon asyou have a seat it will be next to impossible to detect families of viscounts, $11,241,200; 211 give half the road. He only took half
You hear the sprightly waiter call: the notes which the Madhi has seized families of barons, $31,126,188. Of these the roao
"A plate of beans and one fish-ballf" and those which have' been circulated the Duke of Richmond heads the list selfish boy in the bed, who took his half
-Boston Courier, bona fide by General Gordon himself, with $1,600,000; followed by the Duke out of the middle, thereby compelling
A new dictionary of the Chinese lan- especially as all documents are in the of Wellington, $1,425,500; the Duke of his bedfellow to sleep on both sides of
guage comprises forty volumes. When False Prophet's hands. Many of the Graftoni $1,115,850, and so on. The old him. When the two sleighs got near
a Chinese editor gets stuck on the spell- people from Khartoum who came here 0i Duchess Of Cambridge, now eighty-eight each other there was a halt and a parley.
ing of a word, he has to delay publics- Gordon'e steamers hold these notes, which years of age, continues to draw from the "Wh d7 ont you giv half the oad-
lion for a week or two in order to con- they obtained in a perfectly legitimate British treasury $30,000 a year, beside askd te supoubsedwaerpry
sult the lexicon.--Lowell Citizen. manner, and such claims as theirs can enjoying the royal palaces of St. James *"Non 1^ al sTe ofyurui e ass;ol onabl
:Mark Twain has invented a shirt that scarcely be overlooked. Mauy natives, and Kew as her residences. Her son~the do it--that,,,..^'s al." ( That reasonale
< requires no buttons or studs; and now moreover, who months ago held friendly queen's cousin, receives about $110)OO pryepo-s tuateda yin ththeol
if somebody will get up asock that won't and trading relations with Khartoum, a year from the same source to compen- asked hatwsuular n d customair yrpifd
S.give way at the heel and toe we don't have these pieces of paper, and they will sate him for the loss of the throne,which but the otherbern pat elrpid
"'-. see why men folks cannot be moder- certainly look for their redemption, would have been his had the queen died that fl the othe patwi otuma
ately happy after all.--Chieago Ledger. :Many of the notes have been bought by without an heir, or had never been born. room an ghet out th wy h ol
'- Yes," said pretty Miss Snooks, as she the officers here at a far higher rate than Italy pays her royal family $3,500,( 00 "Wll thn e ih asjail make
came home from a party at 5 A. M., "3 their nomiual. value, as a memento of a year, which is a very large sum in pro- a question of it at onceWponded
,Wse determined to be the last to leave, the hero who isgone, Another relic of portion to the means of the county, ^ at ftescn atBigo
Hate that horrid Mrs. Blinks, so I was the gallant defense of Khartoum, how- while Spain disburses on the same ac- th pat of thr eownd part-ck in ohb fal
resolved she shouldn't have the pleasure eve, is even more sought after than the Count $2,000,000. This. ends the list of hsgovs teginning backrise inuhsfsalo
of sladerngme fte Id bank notes, and that is the leaden medals European monarchies of large popula- probesanbegnnn to rise a oion. Hsse at,
.tra~iwico fsadrnPast. me afe X on.-a ich General Gordon ordered tobe struck tier. But the minor monarchies also pay pend-rbabt-betmaksverya moilarg-e manHandhaPas
ff m ., ,, a n d d istrib u ted to e v ery m an w o m an a n d th eir ro y al fa m ilies v e ry la rg e su m s. P 1 1 t b a O y r ~ ^ r
SWe observe with pain that the old child in the beleaguered city, in token of Belgium, with about as large a popula- foot after foot of hls gigantcsrc
S form of putting the name of a hotel first the bravery they had displayed. Sevetal tion as the State of New "York, pays ur loome up, the astonished bully

is^ goin out the styly owner tho no wihthey ^^ ^ e1

Gordonn'so men, -u Th e ai t he y wof s ealgs e rlyh grat wih hrequ rt rso a n mil on le gss "T ee sta g r h t wl .o o

__ ..... ,. -. --- -_fw ___ -,__ --- rmtt dor huouseholdt expenses.Th notofW err
Headache with h .it,, as if top of ice ,f the N wfo,,n,,,and coat in i.. .... The Amount of W after Tree AIsgr .,
th ea--fa, 1.I -1 J ~rrht ing ff, Uri I I 1--- 1 WC The 1O Swss republic pays its president e"ilqp
& -,d.fromn x outu tae readily harp seal, tne h .,,,, ',,e Dr. J. P1. -\afT.r-rn a1 4-a- ,... -
fli er. There is another seal whi smaller sum that the head of any civil- veyreport,givesfthe redlt -.1 hi_- n.i.,.t;
r j]1?,.d I.y Pdoses of cimicifu- iPPer'.. .r ized nation il whe ,vorld receives. All as to the quantity of waworlddi rom
frequents this coast and is native to r i, A .. as the earth by trees. It the
"'e or "iffer weeks, and habie fr. thexthe expenditures of Sw itzerland are on a th ee art ers t ons he
Tosaureard nlse, take of vaseline o oth ers. Ittirealy t he doalrd. and es or Sondringlynl w3scale. 0ithW, op- average exhalation a ie -
one ounce, precipitated sulphur two oth ers lt cand throta e and laond fro 0cin the tegntfie leaved plant in cle a, counts
w not whelp until the fishing season is .. a the .. .
drachms. Mix well and apply to the th b t nares overne confeeeration does to about o one and a wlces troy
n e a rly o v e r, a n d a s r t e y o u n g seal s a re e x p e n e d ia r s p l ayedatts p e r id a n i n t h e r e v e ry s qu c a r
affected part night and m boring, s robbing nhoe rost the snai ve sab l perer daytc" of twelvee. h eocd f o e er a e sua rei
in well. Continue the application for the otado f the ot on susfae. Hence a in ueprate sized
one or two weeks, and the redness will thea dtent doe aogtoes oke upves to s a Shop Signs. elm tree raises and throws off seven and
dspeaves brought toboil in a liter of fres It does not escape entirely, however, for Shop signs were introduced into Eng-s, t hree-qutton s ow atre r dat
Infants should neverbe washed except all summer long and through the fall land from France in the reign of Ed- In the report the facts are applied to
-in warm water, nor their bodies exposed and winter months it is netted and %vardIll.. and they becadg e so general what is going on in America, where cer-
to cold air. Their circulation is carried speared and shot in large numbersby the that nearly every shopkeeper in London tain inland fertile districts are becoming
on more actively externally, and their islanders, who are natural seal hunters had one displayed outside hia shop. converted into deserts by wholesale
greatest heat is on their surface. 'TO and many of whom do little else. The Great ingenuity was shof n in the in- clearings; and in other places, such as
check this is one of the most fruitful hide of the native seal is valued more vention-of signs calculated to prove the plains of Colorado, where only five
ourcrs of many of their ailments. than that of the three others mentioned, most attractive to the passer by, and or six years of irrigation and planting
One hundred grains of fresh mullein as it is beautifully spotted, and is used large sums of money were expended in h ave oflrea infalo.uc t a m easra in -th
n atves or thirty grains of the dried largely in making gloves, covering this species of advertising. These eh
aves, brought to boil in a liter of fresh trunks and for fur coats. The young of signs were not affixed to the houses, but th d esert ranricar e tho
cow's milk and allowed to stand for ten the native seal is marked with black were placed on posts, or hung thereon results of cutting down trees. and that
minutes, then filtered, sweetened and spots, and as a morsel for the epicure is on hinges, at the edge of the footpath. original luxuriance may be restored by
drank when warm, is the usual prepara- as delicious as the choicest canvasback So largely did these increase that they skillful planting. -Detroit Free Press.
tion and dose in the mullein treatment duck that ever swam. The dotard seal absolutely obstructed the free cit'cula-
of pithisis pulmonalii. This dose is re- never leaves the island, and it will not tion of air, au d are supposed to be back rt.
peated two dr three times a day. associate with any other variety of the among the causes of the frequent epi- The followin ,: l epitaph was
The compound syrup of saxifragift is seal family. The female seal brings forth demical disorders of London. They copied from an old tombstone in Scot-
the greatest and best vegetable alternative its yo sao in the latter part of May. They also naturally aided the spread of con. land:
in the material medics. It possesses the seek the isolated rocks in the bays sur- flaffrations, and o thesegrounds were af- lad:
rare property of. stimulating all the ex- rounding the island, especially selecting terward forbidden to be displayed. Here wlies the bdybouf Alex. McPherson,

rate ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 Whon was alck vem re ^ ^^ ^ ^ ra y, etrordiaryo Clpperso. Ii
cretory glands of the body, and at the the northern coast. The native seal of He was two yards high in his stocking feet,
same time acting as an antidote or anti- Newfoundland is very intelligentand sa- Imposed Upon. And kept his accoutrements clean and neat.
septic to all poisons, whether germ or gacious. The educated seals of the mu- Representative White, of Kentucky, He was slow at the battle of Waterloo- -
parsitc tat xis iulheblod. crou-seums and side shows are always, mom- while Speaker of the House, in the He wasguleshot by a bullet plum through his
paiii tha t e xis ind tebod cr -gle tubercuia, all disappear bers of the dotard family, and when Twventy-seventh Congress.was so Dressed It went at his throat and came out at the
under its employment. Health and tIeyo n ma.etuh am s n with business that when he had to de- back of his coat.
Home. trick, It" is a saying among the New- li liver his valedictory be got one of those
in kMemphis there are twice as man foundland salmon fishermen, if a man d s men who are always on hand to make a On the Strike.
white as colowed regaidednasyet tsudcien particularly shrewd, that "he is as smart little money tor sh a dr, or
rate among the blacks is much larger nwas handed hin just little while be- F (Im,
tha amng he hies.Thi isac fore the time he bad to deliver it, and said a tramp to Parson Chipplnger. m-
counted for by the fact that the colored -There is no river that ptresents more he put it into his pocket without read- pudent fellow you be-, and yet Iyou
people are the victims to quackery. sudden and enormous variations than iug. When the time came he arose,and, don't ever take your hat off to me,"I re-
the Nile. For instance, fifty miles be- slowly unfolding the manuscript, read plied the reverend gentleman. I"I hope
Eggs, in some parts of Montana, are low Khartoum its whole volume flows the address. It was very brilliant, but you will excuse me this time. If I take
sold at ten cents each, or one dollar per through a canyon just forty yards int, it was Aaron Burr's famous valedictory my hat off that policeman on the corner
dozen. width, but thekstream is 150 deep at low to the Senate. The Speaker never re- will suspect me of being a tramp and ar-
water. -A mnile below, the river is three :covered from the shock. He went home, rest me, but if I keep my hat on he will
Drunkenness in either the husband or miles wide, full of islands, and so shal- was taken very ill, and it is supposed he think that we are two friends talking
-%,ife is now regarded as av sufficient low that steamboats often ground, killed himself for shame, over our family affairs,."'-Texas Sifting,,.
,Tound for divorce in France,


Savannah, Od&WesternR'y
All trains of this -&er run by Central (40th
meridian time, W4he is $3 minutes Blower than
acksonville time. "
3Nand after Sulday, November 18, 1S83,npas)
singer trains %i leave and arrive as follows:
Lave Jacksonville daily at ............... 8:00 a m
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at ............ 10:00 p m
Arrive at C4llahan daily at ............... 8:42 a m
Arrive at Vaycros, daily at .............. 10:40 a m
arrive at Live Oak daily at ............... 6:30 p in
irriv at Ne* Brantotd daily at ......... 1:45 p m
ifrive at Bruiis~ick dally at...., ....... 8 00 p m
Arrive at Jesuii daily t....; ......;... 12 1 p i
Arrive at Savannah dail9 2p ....;.. ; ;;.. i2;> i ul
eave Savannah daily at ................. 2 45 id
Arrive at Yemauee dailr, at ............... 5 10 p m
arrive at Charleston i iiy, at.............. 750(pm
rrite at Thomasvvl daily, at ............ 3 25 p m
Arrive at Bainbridgeeaily, at........... 7 15 p m
Arrve at Chattahoochee daily, at ......... 5 3G p m
Arrive at Pensacola daily, at .............. 11 45 p m
Arrive at Mobile daitat................. 4 30 a in
Arrive at New Orlea liy ........... 9 50a m
Pit Iman Parlor Cars pan th train,Jacksonville to
Connecting at Chattahoochee with Pensacola and
Atlantic Railroad dailyfor Pensacola, Mobile, New
)rleans, 'exas, ll tra -Mississippi points. Pullman
"nffet Sleeping Caras Bt, Savannah and Waycross
o New Orleans without change.
This train connects at New Branford with
teamer Caddo Belle, leaving for Cedar Key andi
uuwanee river points every Friday morning at 4
'clock arriving at Cedar Key the same afternoon.
etnirnlng, leave, C dar Key Monday morning
fter arrival of Tampl steamships.
#f*r MAIL
Leave JAcksotivllle dah at................ 2 20 p m
r .. ,1 i,, s f *I" e.,, ....... 2 30 p m
.... ,t' .,, ': . 8 10pnm
Arrive at Waycross daily at............ ; 1,Tp
Arrive at Jesup dailvat .................. 8 36 pJu
Arrive at Savannah daly at ............... 8 17 p m
Arrive at Charleston dkily at .............. 105>atm
Arrive at Washiugtons\. C., daily at...... 11 0J p m
Arrive at New York Sally at .............. 6 30 a m
Pullman Palace Parlor cars on this train between
Jacksonville and Savaimah.
Connecting at SAb nay h with Ti... ..... 2 i5,..m
Palace Buffet t ndJ p i ng y t ...... .. r.... 11 40p-
Savannah to Newj^w'tuotit change.
JA~f^j ttLS -'KsS
Leave JatMacon dli lylaed ............. '/00 a p
Arrive at Jac tla -nt a ilyat............. B30 a m
\trive at Calishan daily at.............. 615 p m
Arrive at Washcross daily at.............. 9 015 a m
.rrive at Albany daliy at................. 265 a m
Arrive at.JeEup daily at...........1140 p in
Arrive at acionint diy at............... 7 00 a m
Arrive at Atlanta dall yt ................12 25 p m
Arrive at Chattaiiootil'aialy at ............ S60 p in
A rriVe at Nashville dilly at ............... 1 25 a mn
Arrive at Louisville diily at ............. 750 a m
Arrive at Cincinnati daily at .............. 7 00 a Di
Arrive at Chicago daily hit ................ 610 P in
Arrive atSt. Louis dlly at....... ....... 620 p m
Pullman Sleeping Care on this Train to Cincin-
nati via. Waycross, agd to Chattanooga via JIup.
Leave Jacksonville e('!ly at ................ 9 80 p m
Arrive at Jacksoilv;le daily at ..........7T 00 a m
Arrive at Callahan'daily at ................ 10 17 p m
Arrive at Waycroa i aily at ............ 12 20 a m
Airive at Jesup dailt at .................. 255 a m
Arrive at Savannah dtily at ................ 5 5 a n,
Arrive at Afidusta ditty at ................ 12 20 p m
, riveat Clharl(ston'jailt at.,,1 .....,11 45 a m
Arrive at Washingtonoaily at-............10 25 a m
A rive at New ork d(lly at ........;...;..S80 p ffi
A rrive at Thomasviln, daily at ............7 15 a m
Arrive at Albany dailyat .................. 1115 a m
Arrive at Montgomery daily at ............ 8 39 p mi
Arri\e titNew Orleae'daily at ............ 9 32 a m
Arrim e at Nashville dally at................. 10 am
nri, c at Louisville daily at .............. 8.00 p m
Arrive at Cincinnati daily at .............. 7.25 p m
A rrive at St. Loutis daily at ............ .;... 7.50 a in
Arrive at Chicago daily at ................. 7.00 a m
I'nliman Palace Buffet and Drawing Room Sleep-
ing cars on this Train to Savannah and Washing-
Pullhan Sleeping Cars on this Train to Louisville
vla Thomasville.
Pullman Hotel and Sleeping Care on this Train to
Cicinnati via Savannah.
A Restaurant has been opened at WaVcross, and_
abundant time will be allowed for meals By all pas-
senger trains.
(onnecting at Savannah with steamers for New
York, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore.
( onnecting at Charleston with steamers for New
York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
'1 rains on B. and W. R. I. leave junction, going
west, at 11 80 a m, and for Brunswick, at 12 10 p m,
Through tickets sold to all points by Rail and
Steamship connections, and Baggage checked
through Also Sleeping Car berths and sections se-
cured at Company's Oince, in Astor's Building, 84
Bay street, andat Depo-Vicket Office.
General Passenger Agent
A. M. IVES, AgehL

Floriga suthorn Railwa

Palatka, Fla., November 2d, 1884. j

GEe. F. DREW & CO.,



54 and 56 West Bay Street,

Stoves and Tinware,

Doors, Sash and Blinds,

Agricultural Implements

and Mill Supplies.

Gas Fitting, Plumbing, Sheet Iron Work and Tin Roofing
promptly attended to in the best manner.
We keep everything usually belonging to a First-Class Hardware Stock, and can furnish dealers with
all goods in our line and at lowest prices.

Rates and Price f&ist sent on Application.



S Florida,


0. A. Findley, W. E. Dortch, E. L. *Snowden.

Finley, Dortch & Snowden.

Office above Store of T. J. Bush,
MEarion Street, Lake City, Florida.

The undersigned have opened an office for the Sale and Purchase of Real Estate (at the place desig-
nated above) in Columbia, Baker, Bradford, Alachua, Lafayette, Suwannee and Hamilton Counties.
Special attention given to Examination of Titles, Mortgage4&c.
Property placed in our hands for sale, will be widely advertised, and vigorously pushed.
Parties desiring to purchase or exchange property in either of these counties, will receive prompt at-
tention, should they apply to our agency.
In sending description ofproperty to our agency for sale, let such descriptions be full In every par-
ticular. The numbers of land. how much improved and unimproved, size of dwelling, if any. number of
out-buildings, and value, number of fruit trees of each variety, water, timber, facilities to transportation,
quality of soil, c., &c.
"UT Uin^Tt & MWDIENi
Lands located by DORTCH & SNOWDEN, Practical Surveyors.


A Highly Ammonlated and Complete fertilizer for Wheat, Oats, Rye and all Small Grain Crops
Of Superior Activity and Effic~ency. A very cheap and Excellent- Fertilizer for Small
Grain, used alone; or better still, with cotton seed or
Stable Manure to supply Ammonia.
Ashley Acid Phosphate, Ashley dissolved B6ne, Gemuine Leopoldshall Rainit, Floats of Highest
Grade, Product or the DuATAltomizer.


N. B.-The above Fertilizers, especially the AShLEY AsH ELEMENT, have been successfully need on
orangoes by some of the best growers in the State.
eor TrmsHand-Books, Agricultural Primers and excellent Articles on peas, Ash Element. Floats,
Kainit, etc., address "1T-y





12 48 p m
2 35 p m
2 50 pm
3 35 p m
4 15 p m
4 0

7320 a m
9 20 am

- .... 4 30"tp m
15 pm 10 12 am
5 2T p m 0o 25 a m
6 05 pmni 11 05 amni
6 31 p m 11 32 a m
6 55 p m 11 57 a m
7 02 p m 12 04 p m
7 11) p m 12 13 p m
T 13 p m 12 17 p m
7 35 p m 12 40 p m

Arvo Lochb^f'?^..
ArriveReddi;iF .. :*..........
Arrive Ocala..... ..........
Arrive Welshtou... ..........
Arrive N0ith Lake Veir ......
Arrie South Lake Weir ......
A rrive Conant ................
Arrive Lady Lake -...* ........
Arrive Leesburg......-......,



Florida Central & Western R'y
(Central, or Ninetieth Meridian, time).
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., November 18,1883.,
C OMMENCING THIS DATE, trains on this road
I and its connections will run as follows:
Westward. Eastward.
No. 3. No. 1. No. 2. No. 4.
Accom. Mail. Mail. Accom.
P' M. A. M. P. M. A. M.
340 8 00 Ie. Jacksonville Ar. 900 T 30
545 844 Le. Baldwin ..... L.e. 821 6 00
. 50 10 42 Le. Lake City.... Le. 6 18 2 20


For Pa!atka ............................
For Ocala .............................. B 45 pm
For Leesburg..........................
For Micauony ... .....;................. 2 35 p m
From Palatka .........................) 05 a m
From Ocala and ...- i-
F o Ocl an ........ ....."".......... |r p m
From Leesburg'............. ......... 1 P
From Micauopy...... ................ 10 15 am
On Sunday a fast passenger train will be rtun,
leaving Palatka at 7 30 a m., conTieCt inM1 with train
for Leesburg at Gruelle. and arrvriig at Gainesville
at 10 a m. -
Leaving Gainesville'iat 4 p m, connecting with
train from Leesburg at Gruelle, and arriving at
Palatka at 6 30 p m. :
At Palatka, with Jacksonville, Tampa & Key
West R'y ,and fast river steamers for St. Augus-
tine, Green Cove Springs, Jacksonville asdl all
points north, east and west, and with up-river
steamers for South Flor.da. Also with the new
Twin-Screw Iron Steamship "City of Palatka," and
Steamship City of Monticello, for Charleston, New
York, Boston, Philadelphia, &c.
Mail trains make close connection both ways via
J. T. & K. W. R'y, at Jacksonville with Atlantic
Coast Ijne, Fast Mail.
At Wait's Crossmin'with Florida Railway and
Navigation Co., for Waldo.
At Gainesville, with Savannah, Florida & West-
ern R'y for Tallahassee, Savannah and all points
North, East and West. aid with Florida Railway and
Navigation Co., for Cedar Key, Pensacola, New
Orleans and-Tampa.
At Ocals with Florida .ailway and Navigation
Co., and Hacks for Silver Springs.
At Leesburg with the St. Johns and Lake Eustis
division of the Florida Southern Railway, and boats
on Lake Harris for points on Lake. Also, with
Graham's Hacks for Brooksville, Sumterville and
all points in South Floi isa.

.J.Chritiopher & Co.

Commission Mercliants,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in all kinds of
Northern, Western and Southern
Produce and Fruits.
93r- Special attention given to the Handling and
Shipping of

Florida Fruits and Voeptablos:

Ff State Agents for Gouli & Company's Fertil-
Izers.' &-6m

125J 11 34 Le. Live Oak ..... Ie. 52B5 AfS
r' T' ^. X.
245 116 Le. Madison ....In. 403 840
530 300 Ar. Monlicello...Ie. 155 550
705 861) Ar. Tallahas8e..Ioe 1I 440
745 400 Le. Tallahassee..Ar. 1 01 355
V0 .M...
925 o0fAr,.1 cy ....... Le. 11 5f 220
.1 15 545 Ar. Chatta ....... L.e. 1115 1210
600 Le. eRiv. .hc'n..Le. 11 00
6 55 Ar. Marianna.... L.e. 10 05
1145 Ar. Pensacola...Le. 515
A. M. r.,M.
655 Ar. cIr"t""Toi 445 At. A ..Le. 1155
10 10 Ar. New Oileans.Le. 6 15
P.M. A. M.
1 15 Ar. Nashville....Le. 2 25
A. M. I
2 20 Ar. Louisville.... Le. 1 00
45 Ar. Cincinnati... Le. 5s
Trains 1 and 2, daily; Trains 3 anR 4, daily (ex-
cept unday).
Only line with solItl trains, Jacksanville to Pen-
,J.i i I 'ullman sleepers Jacksonville to
At Jacksonville, with Wavcross line for all
dacksonvitle railroad for F'rnandin, .and with
steamers to all points on theist. Johns river, St.
At Baldwin with Florida Transit and Peninsular
railroad for Gainesville, Ocala, Fernandina, Cedar
[Ky and all gulf ports.
At Live Oak, with Savannah, Florida and Wes-
.ern Bailway.
Atl')allaha6see, with St. Mark's branch, on Tnes-
da. ,, : i r,] i ,,h
r.,r r...: i .,. r, .-r, the Penpacola and
Atlantic Railroad for Marianna, Pensacola, Mobile,
for Apalachicola, Columbus and Enfaula.
The Shortest, Quickest and Best Route to all
poits West.
Tile the FYord City Re t0 th" New Short
i e via th1 Florida Ceotral and W s ern Utailr~ad.
q through Tickets at. i -1 ... Car Berths se-
cured at Company's -.- ,i..: *, Ofiice, and at
new office, southwest corner of Bay aud Hogan,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Gear[ai %M .r. n r, T. i sonville, Fla.
., 1 i AMES,
General Passenger A
J acksonville, sm^
Gen. Trav. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.

- .*


Jacksonville, Fla.

Opposite Railroad Depot
Flours of all grades, Coffees, Teas, Sugars,
Butter, Lard, Bacon, Eice, Canned Goods
of every variety; in fact, everything to
be found in a progressive grocery store.
Pool a anc41 B1i.lliard Room
It fitted up with especial care. Greatest attention
paid to guests. Everything new, and
pleasure of patrons kept inaview.
I also dispense the finest
WIne0 XLiquiorS, B]eer, BtI<.,
o be found in the State. Remember, oppoe
9.1, ,- W3L TAYLO13L

School Books and Stationery



59 West Bay Street, Jacksonville.



Drew's Map of Florida.



Music, Toys, Fanc 8oods









Our Mills are situated seven miles southwest of Lake City. Orders mailed to that postoffice will
receive prompt attention.
Lands for sale in tracts to suit Durchasers.


Leave Jacksonville a J. T.
& K. W. R'y...:.. .......
Leave Palatka....... .......
Leave J. T. & K. W. Junc..;.
Arrive Interlache ...........
Arrive Waits Cr.tln ......
Arrive or_, e^l ...

S. JB. HUTBBARD&T Ac (-O-,, <


3 A : D I AD R EW 1


The Finest Hotel in Savannah, Gam

Stoves, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oils, Pumps, Lead and
Iron Pipe, Belting, Packing, Mill and Agri-
cultural Supplies, Harness, &c.,

T-E MARST-A TT, HOUSE, n- tan "bnrn'sMp
T H E SPlanet.Jr. Goot soh A sbest osrB. a dy M xe a it s, oA n t k w ., Stoe s a
~Spring-Tooth oultivators...m

JOHmo BRE1 aIdte, Msanager.

The accommodation of this hotel Is unsurpassed, and the terms most moderate.




Lake City Reporter,

-Only: $2,00 per Year.


Produce Commission Merchants

Special attention given to the handling of
We give our entire attention to our Commission
Business. We always remit the day sales are made
and get our patrons the top of the market.
Stencils furnished on application.
We keep oar regular patrons posted in market
John H. James, Banker, Atlanta, Ga.; BL P.
Frost & Co. C0ton Factory, Charleston,: C.0,R
Hon. G. B. Larttgue, Blackville, S. C.; Paul S.
Fielder, Cotton Factor and Agent State of Georgia,
Charleston, S. C. 2S-3m

49 West Bay Street

Barrs & Hunter's

Land Office-

Is the place to buy

City and Suburban Lots,

Orange Groves

In all parts of,


Government Lands carefully Selected and en-
Send for Price Llt.

O, L. B:J 3BE E S,

Millinery, Fancy Dress Good's

NMons, Laces, Worsteds, and a fine Mine of Kid Gloves,

67 West Bay Street, Corner Laura, Jacksonville, Fla.
Erompt attention driven to Orders1



9 and 10 City Market.

Wh0o1sale and Retail Dealer

Novrtln Beef, uttoa, Pork, Feal
and F'ine Sausagles, PoultryI
and Game in Season.
The patronage of hotels and boarding-he sRas In
the interior solicited.
Orders by mall or telegraph promptly filled.
P.O. Baf -- .... &..

Recently from the North; now the leading

tn tacksoaville~has received complete stock of

Spring & Summer Goods
for gentlemen, which he will make up for those
who will favor 11im with their order in the 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..
nl-ly. D. W. TRUMPELLER.


Hood's Sarsaparilla W
Sold by all drugg-sta. $1; six for $5. Prepared only Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5. Prepared *at
',y C. I. 1 )OO A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass M.
100 Doses One Dollar 100 Doses One-Dollar
Condiments. Quaker Te thnony.
Mrs. A. M. Dauphin, a Quaker lady, of
A brief notice of the various condi- Philadelphia, has done a great deal to make
ments or spices we use on our table or in knon to ladies there the great value of Mrs,
our kitchen, with an account of their pikham'g Vegetable Compound, as a cure
origin, may not be uninteresting. for teir troubles and diseases. She writes
The most common is black pepper, as fo "A young lady of this city while
which is the ground unripe fruit of Piper
"''Up'sicu, cyene o Afica peperagainst the life line and the injuries received
Capsicum, cayenne or African pepper aa
is an entirely "different substance, and resulted in an ovarian tumor which grew and
pepper is a misnomer, enlarged until death seemed certain. Her
Mustard is the pounded flour of Sin- physician finally advised her to try Mrs.
apis alba and Sinapis negro, which both Pnkham's Compound. She did so and in a
supply the same yellow four. The pur- short time the tumor was dissolved or caused
est flour is that obtained from the second to slough off, and she is now in perfect
sitting. Nothing is so much adulterated health. I also know of many cases where
as mustard. Wheat flour, heated by'the
addition of red pepper and colored by ve-Vig miscarriage and alleviating the pais
turmeric, is the common medium of Adul- anddangersL of childbirth. Philadelphia la
teiation. dies appreciate the worth 'of this medicine
Pimento or allspice, so named because and its great value."
it is supposed to taste like a mixture of 011A
various spices, is the unripe fruit of the K g ADWAl M
Piper negrum. It
Cinnamon is the inner bark of the READY
shoots of the cinnamon tree. The bark R E
of the cassia is also used. a m LI|F
Ginger is the root of the ginger plant,
scalded in boiling water to.preven P VENTS
ration, and then rapidly dried-this is
blace ginger. When selected the best RemisNuagHadc,
roots arepeeled and dried in the ss
,they are called white ginger: Rice Breathing.
starch, exhausted ginger, brick dust, CURES THE WORST PAINS in l
twenty minutes. Not, one hour after rea
chalk, capsicum and mustard are the wertlsemit..ed rny ... SUFFER W,_


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OURaS By tire two of this
ALtT I the Sto-
S ,"a. it
DISEASES 1E.c I .Plw Is"1
O s n the
TIEN blood in fitted. 0
KIDNTEYS It is promnmoped by
LIVER hundreds of*&& beat,
IBILADDn doctors to be theON-
Awl) LY^ CURB for an
URINARY kindeofK eyDi-
OBOAITS It is purely ves-
DROPST table,andcuredwhen
GRAVEL other medicines fail.
DIABETES It Is prepared er.
RIGUHT'S pressly for these dis-
DISEASE ewes, and ban never
PAIRS been known to fail.
IN One trial win con.
THE vince you. For sale
BACK byadruggists.
on Send for
SIDE P"~./ amphlet
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--H'^ 1hibfolerIasmcha t TYu.t a Mr. Breitkopt has kept FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD.
__ l tJl a s hsoulders, as rouch as to But up t &
The dew Thatnever wets the flinty mountain y M t he was nothing remarkable. remarkably quiet Nevertheless, Apol-
Falls in the valley .ree That tied the manufacturer's curiosity. Ionia never lakes up a Berae uewspape i~otatS Culture.
'He kukked at the door and entered the without erilltlebuh n
Brightverdur fringes the small demt foun- sto, a Peter C. Hiller, of Pennsylvania, thinks
t^, ^-Brou- 8ta~hft Wilthinfifteen minutes he had strange an. unaccountable agitation- clve gonthbetorpotatolad
But borreBalk thebough three pictures at fvi6 huh- I-jalmart tBoyesen, in Harper Weekly. though corn stubble is generally used
But barrn and the sea. dred dollars each, Htr was actu- _because more convenient. Hillsides are
Notin the styately oak the fragrance dwelleth, & artist whom no one had thought Premature BurialK. o te best selections for potato culture,
Which chanitt the general wood; word mentioning to him, and that an "The irorld would be horrified," said as heavy rains often damage the growing
3But in the violet low, where sweetness tel- artistfrom Berne, his own native city. William S. McCarthy, an east side un- :crop. le cultivates the land with a
loth, It wig the blackst envy, of course, dertakeA yesterday, "if it knew the harrow as Soon as the ground is dry
Unseen neighborhood. w had league the rascals together hlmberof bodies hat ar buried before enouh after very heavy rain Fertili- o.. in a^onspiracy to keep thigh great man life is extinct. Once in a while one of zers 'especially those that contain pot-
TT rofIhTs notice. Butb ho wuld teach the these cases come to light, but no steps ash,'he found better than barnyard ma-
nl ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~c UII LK05II~T oer-bribere a ItAson, he would show t
tW UNAIr~hlUi1)NIGHT. f0 1,' "' hit8!t'h ol hwJ aknt rvn hi eurne nure. A. W. Harrison has no faith in
--- th that he was not to be duped. Oh I "Something that happened to me the analysis of the soil as a guide for the
Mr Block wasbaldheaded Ext. thought of it, the angrier he" about twelve years ago ha worried me farmer. It is will-o'-the-wisp. e
M re.l ocks wasbald -ade d E t pew a th "n r e h e grew the m ore ever since I w as sent for one day to feeds the plants on the principle of like
ha pel es teem hd madefro m bal d; fr. It E bo u t. Three more pictures were take charge of the body of a man in Di- begets like. For instance, aqiear tree he
hrad p e vented h m fromce l hi s pic- t "n B to h is p ossession and tw o vision street T he m an w as a tailor, an t w would fertilize w ith the ashes of a pear
toure, xcptat~n prcm es hc ooyohm kec fifteen hundre Q one thou had fallen over while sitting on' his tree. Oyster shell lime is preferable to
wouldipay and kcomeled hi m t ohae s endo^ to BB lock's pocket-book.*^ bench sewing. He was,, a big, fleshy the common stone lime. His potato
nothing and skees in t o uri Brci was In ecstasy; he had 4is- man, about forty years of age, and field of twelve acres he plants in rows
gf.the r. to kee le nt andon dy the bovere an of genius fro m B erne- a weighed about 350 pounds. The body three feet apart, sowing a handful of
le the r. S t ich s v r api cat i n a nd W e an w h o so to speak k n o ck ed th e w a s ar m an d th e lim b s w ere lim p fertilizer of w ood ash es and oyster sh ell
sleed M rlessnes w hi s induced h d p ots out of, al h is com petitors. H e I did ndt believe the m an was dead, and lim e at each hill. Cultivation is essen-
... Pnts-No li i s ca aon talked of nothing but Anton Block. All said so. His friends told me that a tial. It is important that the field bo
nwuldn etor^B&K r Cw n ds t foreign correspondents who had physician bad pronounced him dead. I aot clean of weeds.
.hec y y y hitherto studiously ignored the little was ordered to put the body on ice at
w hi ch to Thi was a sever man from Berne su enly discovered once, but I delayed this operation on one ratte Feedip..
trnia to gt becauh was what a romantic character he was and pretext or another, for nearly two days. ^

that period. tor nearly b e ll brv with th m admirable I prepared the body for burial, and the w o pays best. Many Orange
that. she d b epresly eli eed gnity. The only piece of indiscretion next day it was buried I do not believe c dairymen feed their cattle more
that she bad been expressly made f~rMr m. If c he com ited un e .. .. si uu t atm nw d d wh n he arh as olssc p ed onat ll esn-fte
Blck ad haoM.klok, and.e of a ar onblata on w sIo isls ovleki o hsfrfin I tetamhy ar T efes fed maesthrbstmik
shinin houfof hi bithhaaben e -year..Thoethbfreh astnseadOfas tkigsthetobcpp ntgaifI-woldhet and milgd alesuh vefoud ihot. or
p resly destined for her. Mr. Block de- befoe ... th hand. u t Aploi somebody eled h uyn .ad ba n s m o mi h aua
...d. hi.. n so accu ord. o wlitths thought that was so marvelous that she o ut the sam time a hougw t of attl e In sea intained.
arrangements, although at times, when was sc l supie at all whe he lvnuponwsupsetohe
=oan durin the extray col winter, wa etat.-.
he saw. how ga Poloi. wa gettig, followed it up with the anno ne et de ey sd el A p yiin w s te ne ag m ut o ai aeu
he had dobt. u he w. a loa ma, that now he was at last inacaldi.H sidhewsed.Atmtrofoeknifotnus
Mr Block was, and moreover he position to marry. The Only ol, o a h a rsn h uh r wh adt rf r ob anand
h d g o t t n s o a c c u s t o m e d t o b e i n g t h i n t h a t r u be.. .u h t hs.e o t e w ie.n. .s i td.p n.t.h t.h
engaged to Apollonia that he This is one of the beat of arguments that
igneowheh cooldfe ld not did not l o nfess8 to N-po lloia). wa, the wals in a trance. The body- was buried.* i can be used in favor of 6miraioiug,aud
Ima~ne how he sho uld feel I _i- .... iunors aub, t iii p... 0 .s --= th) Ai r k -,r1. i e h v eet y so n a e
not. Beside, Apollonra hadror ha ints; aaront to bi. dia- gj^nq I ho
she had been d&c rdly handsome in effsoft N 0 his m.frlp -rr t. it bribed rihega],c dr-ci. w d.ntcr the : pu-.-d w'*h qual profit i Orange
a--nrdY, -it hItn-e in Switzerland him. The newspapers, particularly the coffin. Tee lidwas' removed and a hor- county as in the West. Every Orange
?thT considered quite a catch. French, made him furious, and he was riblesight was seen The young woman county miller who has to pay the cash
After the death of both her parents she consumed with a wild desire to murder had come to life and had made a terrible for his corn, oats and rye will tell you
hadcomex to ^ Rome, and after a few mod- some of those romancing correspondents. struggle for liberty. Her hair was torn this whenever you have occasion to take
est exploitsin art had opened a board- His regard for Apollonia, however, re- out a gris to his m -Orange County
ng noise It was generally understood strained his wrath. and after ome medi scratched. She had turned over on her
that an Italian prince had proposed to tationhe hit upon anoffklan, which face ----
her, but then there are few flourishing had the merit ot I^ W li ingenious "A person is generally believed to be
boarding-house keepers in Rome who and effective, He st out superbly en- dead if there is no action of the heart or An inquirer asks the Country Gentle-
have not hatha of beomn graved cards-all strictly comme it faut pulse. But if any person is in a trance man for the comparative advantages of
princesses; 114 is, o ur s on -inviting everybody he knew to A grand there is no action of the heart or pulse. the different modes for destroying the
tin of boarding the prince free. Ap- banquet at the hotel Constanzi to cele- A vein should be opened. If blood flows codlig worm, the great enemy of the
llonia. could not afford to do this, and brate his engagement with Apollonia the person is not dead. This operation apple crop. It is replied that there are
therefore she declined. Her first cosd- Schwinger. He gave the proprietor of would take about thirty seconds, but it three remedies, all of which have merit,
ration, however, was her tenderness for the hotel carte blanche, and only told not often resorted to. Suppose the the paper bands the least. Large num-
Mr. Block from whose genius she ex- him to getup some thin in the best person is suffering only from a temporary ber of the insects are caught under
petleda reri stinction than that of style he knew, regardless of expense. suspension-of animation. Before he can these bands, but often a larger number
worldly rank, It was a very grand assembly which recover the use of his faculties an un- escape. Where practicable to employ
It wi be observed that Apollonia was greeted Mr. Block that night in the par- dertaker comes in, and he is put in an sheep, they prove an efficient protection,
a trifle romantic. Art was to her a lors of the Costanzi. All his meddle- ice box, where whatever life there May provided they are in sufficient umbers
sacred thing ithp nce of whc some friends and all his pet enemies have been in him is frozen out. The to keep the fallen fruit promptly de-
she would have taken off her hat, if her were there Italian noblemen, Frvnch board of health should take hold of this poured, and provided also that they are
bat had been detachable. When she and GermA ttaches of legations, artists matter and devise some means of ascer- kept in the orchard year after year
visitedr Bl, studio as e ftn of all grades of eminence and obscurity, taininy beyond all doubt that life is ex- through the summer months. Where
id, i the company of a chaperon, she half a dozen monsignor, ladies of lofty tinct before the body is buried. 1 have sheep cannot be turned in, the paris
walked on tiptoe und talked in whispers, birth and gorgeous toilets, and ladies of thought of a good many different means. green remedy has proved a very efficient
S lie b e lie v e d fi rm ly th a t t n a d b t a e u e o e h r i
thew -o uld lowly birth and dowdy toilets-in fact, A receiving vault could be built in every
some day recognize Mr. B ist- everybody who had ever done a kind cemetery where bodies could be placed the sheep are not admitted until copious
ess, and then ste would c ed or an unkind deed to Mr. Anton Block, until decomposition had begun, when rains have washed away all the poison
for helongran wer waiti th during the t"'y year of his rsence they could be buried.n"-New York Sun. that has fallen on the grass during the
meanwhile she could only pity .the world in Rome, he had honored with an invi- operation. In cases where this remedy
for its purblind stupidity in not station. He felt as happy as a king when Why Kerosene Explodes has not succeeded, it has been owing t;
recognize g Mr. Block. Only think he took his seat with Apollonia at the Girl as well as boys need to under- a wat of thorough and repeated spray-
A grea spnng saie the rihttmeoftrthcoio
of the splendid gallery Mr. Block head of the brilliantly decorated ban- standabouker ing as toe it tinestr the pis
had collected of his own works-gam- quoting board, and h; conducted him- m.any f.. adents hap f tsytig
,_,_~~i is nu_ yo n lave the su me qurngaaiansecna ce nm
b ing peasa int sPhe herds from the Ca e- self with a dignity which would have to in l m ft w eiff all la t r em s.
pagna playig morra, cto.-think of all been becoming an emperor. Apollonia lighted M pero supoe hat it t
these rad.. t works of genius, which felt as if ner heart would burst; it posi- th kerosene itself that xpods and
^ga de d for the paltr-y sum of fifty i lvdacdao het Mndl Aganst Ensiage.
~ta if the ar ver careful toe kee theun l v
or s], y ousand dollarsl'Of c rs vedd igr ea wic fr fr o r the Preor L. B.Arnold lately referred
k- t wa pll such ems for five hundred or a o as he lead of ithe an intolght there will be, no explosion. But the Tri to the rejection by the An-
dwwMrid francs. She would rather wait the magnificently ligh-ted sall a' manger. aothalf ful ot o f kerosne oil th opislef co-ws fedon ensilage. pA lterfofm that
.nt-il the moment of recognition came, And when Block raised his glass and wlrutha ti I erate" a l ciation pbih i T L
w hen he w would be able, perhaps, to sell w elcom ed the com pany, that sam e exci- aw l fr m, b mingling inthe ai r in r assGazt te, p s te s the i o ston.
'them all together'to his native city of table heart of hers shot up into her
Berne, to be preserved forever in a sepa- throat, and remained there for the res ive g as. o u can a atten- fully to th c on din g
rate building, to be called the Block of the evening. She was so jubilant pan you can see ar B g fs enten es e vi dence the o l ng
museum. Apollonia wept for very joy that she feared she would die from sheer iti disturbed an se n o ut i l se nten e be eden or tha densi ng
when she thought of distant generations excess of happiness l a rs it t re wi l be be Both for in dest ng
deriving inspiration and enjoyment from The banquet went off with brilliant n laze althu he b1? id n ot Bn the interest an'
t h is m u s e u m a n d b l e s s i n g h e r n a m e b e e c l a t E v e r y b o d y w a s a m i a b le w e ll t u h e oi T ar e sv e o h t h e t e ue o f f a ge w e f a d-
cause she had upheld and strengthened bred and amusing. Greatliqt i ds u se i n h e s, a r ksho ps temple to us e at age, w e t ha t
M r. B lo c k in h is d e fi a n c e o f th e -w o rld s s e c u la r a n d e c c les ia stick m a d e p e e c h e s w h i c h w ll r od uc e an e x p l o si ve"v apor=t; in to f ut ure t ac ts f e ly oft a
m iserable 'disregard celebrating. the hos ,t i nano g m merits ; his way. Benzineisnoexplos ve inap fruid our kfutur contra cts for cla.e dec l o f
I I am verysrs that the reader will now and Mr. Brc-tkopf, overflowg with en-
expect me to tell him that Mr. Block was thusiasm, compared him in one breath 1 another, eive milk from si age-fed cows. Exper-
a+ poor artist. No, my dear sir;. there with Raphael, L eo nardo, and Miclael An- In a0 Ntment s yer si ne;e b egut w a
yo--- u-are-Wie o the mark. Mr. Blo gelo That was perhaps a little too a can ewieork gsoplinely ther floor. agitation ther e regardin
was, on Ae whole, more than a much and Block without concedingn in a great meare snbceddng
fair artist. He was not a great inch of what he had held to be his e-
and shining light, perhaps; but he gitimate due, deprecated his friend's ex- th fo r e a the c n Il did not i u se. oh s i ca n c o n
w as far from being a charlatan. tavagance. He m ade a positive sensa- r.,. th e re w an y dan er, b l to riese th oe xer i on dclne
He was a little old bachelor, who with tion to the dry wit, neat conciseness,
cause the liquid was locked up i th torcies h mlk an m ny b tr
conscientious and painstaking industry and admirable taste of his reply. Every- ca u t the re was a grea ep ln, fatoree ov e su Milk is a b u -
and respectable talent had devoted his body's face shone with delight and ad- and he was a hrt far sane, itl is a sely
life to a rt. If, h o w e v e r, y o u h ad e x S i ra .o n a n d B lo ck sto o d g lass in m s r o T p o al i s t at h b ea r ad ed -It its e so u ndn o r g o od
pressed such an estimate of him in his hand, narrowly watching his would-be can had b Te st a bing th a t o i b ad It is ourher iniond thrtgo il,
bearing, he would promptly have benefactors..hile he :poke, and in his candy a good ot good It os pur in aon ot
knocked you down. Hpe ighht be too heart he crowed over them, and sipp ed
poor to get his dinner, butSe was never his triumph like a precious wine, with oorm e sope ot w as had ina Yor Triane.
poor enough to pocket a profitable snub, keen relish, in small delicious sips, sort n vi ble cloud ver an d around
or to descend from the lofty pedestal on: There could be no doubt of it; it was the c n an d thecloud when th matc
his artistic dignity. He never let Apol- an enormous success. But all things Boe as a Feriizer.
lonia knnow that he sometimes suffered must have an end, and so also a banquet. srck it, e d I forth the value of
want; and he never condescended to It was long after midnight when the t ris
visit her in time for dinner. Moreover, guests departed; and when at last Anton It. o t etinguishin the ner. Tey consist, when fresh. of sixty-
Jn the matter of dress he was extremely and Apollonia stood alone in the desert- bze.-Of"curse t l is nely three and a half per cent. of mineral
particular; when he pawned his waist- ed salon, he suddenlN clasped her in his emptyrs ouldnocrtfl matter (of which fifty-five per cent. of
coat, he only brushed his coat the more arms and kissed her: He had to give ^Ts p pefl wh od the bone is phosphate of lime); thirty-
carefully, buttoned it close, and allowed vent to his ecstacv in some way. I she e o v rsi r ln one and a half per cent. of organic mat-
a fragmentary tie of a bright silk hand- had not happened to be near he might ter, chiefly gelatin and fat, and fiveper
kerchief to protrude slightly from the have embraced the waiter. cent. of water. The organic matter con-
cuter breast pocket. as fashion prescribed. "Glory, glory, hallelujah!" he shout- lamp fillstheem Dav's anph trains three and a half per cent. of nitro-
He had bought this many-colored hand- ed, and waltzed round the room with her th esivevapor anthe gen; the mineral matter contains from
kerchief twelve years aro. and had cut lIke "" ..... w to twenty- A a --+- --
it up into as many tips its size "Mr. Block! Mr. Blockl" she cried, -?1 ao en fpoporcaian hryt
w would allow using only one fc t tf e, iu faint rem onstrance, "let m e go."' nitr i m n~ t e r ^ t^ ^ h r y-i e p r c n o i e h h
m managing by an artful divil -he "Glory hallelujah!" cried Block, and w i c out s i hl]nf o n ^ p oi cd n h i r g n a et e v l
pattern to give to each-' the whirled about wilh more maddening +^^"T bzote^~ ubelmnthefre eigot,
+effect of a different handkerchief. In speed. ^,;;l ,nr fvnrn ipnr tsxcnsapud 15,adtel
:t;h f ru thrserdally spread inn the artes ed,Isinkinngdinto his Bar~msexhausthped ol nsatr vehrcoe ndBe ets10pudsfbnte,
,tic colony that Block was miserably poor. Do die," exclaimed Blokwihwl lad ^^ o Tero Tb m cntinobeviale oldb
Soe disreety opffere;d toche1mplhim,iand bOaiShevaebrandaon; "letUS bothedoe eov~,e-hc eoeeS rt ot 23.Btbnswe hl r
to mind their own business. Others, so gloriousty" -nusT i~^ tefr nteai ofhywl ea n hlydsp
wno nan perhaps seen nlm make a din- Thaen nlinging nis arms aoout Apl 2oeitCe a^paol ns ayyasta ti
h er off a dish-of broccoli and a slice of Ionia s waist he lifted heupoth i ene. rfeceesayordcehmtoaiesat
dry bread, tried in all sorts of under- table, struck an attitude before her, and J ~ t v s fd vso o m k h m ueu. T i
hand w ays to m ake him their beneficiary ; declaim ed k om o h il s f^ ^ s d ne b gr d ng t n o po er 0
but his sensitive pride always detected ".Oh happy he whom Death the bloody n1 ^ bbuigtemoass. helti
dlSguised charities, and promotlv re- laurels .. ,,,. vn wh ex^mtoditecearbtheirge
polled them. In fact, he suffered so In victory's radiance winds about his cresvprwchepoe aKngarotnditebneanerdud
keenly f~rom these well-meant attempts Or whom rapture oz SWift madaenmg ne tel ^ o rt^y h s^^ ^ sta h'ai fn
to succor him that his friends would He finds reposing on his maiden's breast; .ouoionalhtdfrornoalgte oetemoecslmtodsth
have done better if they had permitted oh, weald that I, before the Spirit's power, L,,>.^ ^^^bte.Bti aycssi sip
him to starve in peace and self-respect Had fallen stark and dead in victory's ""- i""uw.sbet rn hmfrwn fmls n
A pK o llo n ia a s I h a v e in tim a te d h a d h o u r l" T a a p l i t r h n t e b r i g b c m s t e o l r c
no idea that Mr. Block was having a It was a pity, perhaps, that MrBok'Jaac lgt .tibemtod hilavsheps
h ano d-to-hand fight w ith starvation. She prayer w as'not fulfilled. H e w would then A d n w af w w r s a ot e m n h t f l m nt efn s o sb e c n
saw occasionally one of his etchings in have left a glorious name behind, esadcsosothalgaratlst iintobasvialefrintoo
the illustrated papers, and naturally sup-_ and Mr: Breitkopf would perhaps, have in the. easternpr fteiln.Tea nterwbn rmr o eas
p o se d t h a t e cc h i n g w a s a n i m m e n s e ly b o u g h t i n h i s w h o le c o lle c t io n t a c o u a e i f t a e r s e t h s p e ^ ^ n t h l n a v u d c m o a i
profitable business. When Mr. Block, tion, and founded the Block musemi ihoe asaddvusi ntecniinb h -ltn.Brf e
entered her parlor at half-past eight in fis native city. Moreoei et a pti alc.H naibyue i ~r
"- + i^-" ve,ing and-aatdfher lho Inoie core- tiken htim at his wordewolhv [rr..Vjani ;ti.:'>i" it _

.* monious of bows. her old heart fluttered be-en absolved from the unpleasant es-iinhf.r-inci ntoT

and the tears often came into-her eyes at sity of paying The bill for the banquet, and there devours it. For fresh meat he
the thought of his staunch and oval de- which, I regret to say, amounted to does not care the least. He prefers his Mlsk sint gmers
votion. When, at the end of an'hour's $2,521.30. Block came near fainting game high. After the drowning there- t i fe d ia
discreet and undemonstrative conversa- when it was presented to him; but fore, he exposes it in a secure place by theblood caused by some poionous i
tion, he arose to take his leave, he usu- quickly collecting himself, he seated him. the water side-havingan eye the while fuencei the soil wate or f o
ally stooped to kiss her hand, and re- self easily, and without a murmur of to the depredations of the John Crow- all tree
marked, I IMiss Schwineer, this day has protest made out a check for the amount. until decomposition sets in when he de- scula te nean
brought us one dav nearer ta our mar- It was done with such royal sang-froid polishes it. Putrid meat is a certain fkabthe t
rialee that the caterer, who had come prepared bait for him. He is not proof against a near to the ground. The milk ofcows
t these words Apollonia's foolish old to haggle, and perhaps to take off= Martini-Henry bullet. I sht one just become poisonous to persons who dnk
heart positively ran riot, and her faded or forty per cent., was completely dumbl- under the eye, not i it and the bullet itt iskno
old cheeks exhibited a coy little virginal f",ded. He was about to apologize or went clean through his head. Pigs copaie yvegeo rgani in t
blush, justify his charge,; but Block waved goats, and even calves frequently fall blood which poison it and changeits
"The dear good man!" she would say him off grandly, and seized his palette, prey to him, and the instances in which crt au gt ea intothe
to herself, with a sigh, as she seated her- But no sooner had the rascal gone than women and children passing that stream tisuead trogh th k de mak-
self on the sofa after his departure. And he hastily wrapped one of his pictures in have been attacked by him are numerous ig the urine d ar ed acd whie
then, for some reason or other, the tears a pillow-case, ran to a pawnbroker, and Not two months ago one monster seized the sle be omes en large a
ran silently,. one y one, down her obtained the fifty francs which werb agirlwho was washing clothes thirty wtbl d.
cheeks, while the gttins-needles click- needed to square his account with the yards away from her house, lacerated i a i d b w
ed nimbi anrLloh of the stocking bank. her most frightfully with his claw, and eexhaations from the soi which
gref several g and shower, Thereupon Anton Block resumed his was only beaten off after a long struggle nly i sothe atlrahgh
no signs of co- g. genteel and well-disguised fight with his by two men with cutlasses.- West Indin but also poi the wate and th
tlhW,.cr of He represent WorI4 bage in certain locaiesItpvil
It was in the wlerof 1879, I think ancient enemy poverty.
that Mr. Breitkopf, a wealthy manufac- to Apollonia that, all things considered, in th Southe fall, w o rn the
turer from Berne, made his appearance it would be rather an unwise proceeding
in 'the Roman colony. Mr. Breitkopf, to marry just now, and Apollonia, good Quails are now so abundant that they becomeshad a indigestible andt
it wah rumored, had come to Italy for old soul that she was, was tearfully and throng the roadways. While rewards s a te h cy n a
the putose of buying pictures for his reluctantly persuaded that Mr. Block was a f b r i u cu mreiisie l nt en moun-
gallery, ad the artists scrambled and right, as always. What particularly im- ties for killing this bird, which destroys as it rich ces well-known
fought for haq acquaintance like a pack pressed her was the necessity of produce much grain, the Alameda and Contra placesainr
of wolves for i fat sheep. His courier ing as many masterpieces as possible for Costa farmers say the quail is useful to g rms h o i
made quite a fortune from artists' fees, the post-mortem museum, and it was them. It attacks their grai only as a andstreasai
and even his dog vms 1hade an object of evident that if Mr. Block was married, last resort, and chiefly subsists upon in- lie.n sal amrta;noe
marked attention. eitkopf, however, he could not devote his undivided zeal sects Their destruction of ants is of in- pl a r y
took his time before making his invest- and ambition to this sublime cause. To be calculable importance The quail's great matter i l a nda n F p
ment. He passed by the works of the sure, there was a proposition which foe is the wildcat. The latter animal is ventionall s a r o
most distinguished masterswith a mere trembled on the very tip ot her tongue, prolific in the counties named. A quail be prod to di
passing glance,, and expresseaL the most and that was that Mr. Block might oc- nesting will cover fifteen to twenty eggs, ditched so as t draw off the s
unorthodox opinions about everybody cupt the position in her house which and nearly every egg will hatch They 7atert din o
and everything. His taste, if 'e pos- the"Italian prince had vainly coveted: nest once a year, and during such periods J t le du ld bekp
messed any such organ, was certainly ec- e. g., become a free matrimonial boarder the male is a most pugnacious defender closed, ashei dungand unei
centric; and a certa obstinate and sef- in return for the.dignity which his illu- of the mother and young. A man may infe
willed independenc-, ebara.. trlsrtli ot trious name conferred on the proprietress almost strike him with a club The be buri l re
the self-made man, inciin.l him to 3ub- of the establishment. But the unmaiden- wily wildcat, as large as four ordinary mto ba lw Giveenty
scribe to no opinion which he suspected ly boldness of such a proposal presently cats, will stretch himself out and put out of linsee ma grulw rm tee t
of being en regle. After having passed rose before her in all its enormity, and his tongue- the male quail willapproach daily an ko dramsof clorate of pot
a month in exasperating the notabilitie3 she bteame so flustered that there was and peck it, whereat the cat seizes his a! ;Wess.-At Yor Times.
of the artistic fraternity, Breitkopf one nothing left for her but meekly acquiesce toothsome prey.-Saa Franciseo Bulletin.
day happened to see the name Anton in Mr. Block's arrangements. The last .~ and i .
Block on the door of a rather shabby agreement, I believe, is that as soon as A Mississippilady -rows three hundred If you put soda in the water wit
studio. He inquired of his courier who Breitkopf establishes the Block Museum and fifty varieties of roses in her garden which you are to wash windows, you
.Anton Block was, and his courier in Berne their wedding day is to be fixed. every summer. will find that finger marks, putty stains

etc., will be much mor il moved'
than If cleat water alone is used.
Celery may be kept for a week or lon-
ger by rolling it in brown paper and then
pinning it up in a towel, keeping it in
as dark and cool a place as possible. Be-
fore using let it remain in a pan of cool
water for an hour, and it will be quite
crisp and cold.
A lunch or tea cake made by this re-
cipe is very good. One cup of sugar, a
piece of butter the size of an egg, two
cups of milk. two eggs, one quart of
flour, two teaspoonfuls of baking pow-
der and one teaspoonful of salt. Bake
in a good oven, and eat hot. This cake
must be broken, not out.
Light and delicatedmplings are made
by this recipe: H~lf a pound of beef
suet, chopped extremely fine, ten ounces
fine bread crumbs, onE large tablespoon-
ful of flour, the grated rinds of two
small lemons, fourouncesof powdered
sugar and four egabeaten very light;
Mix thoroughly and idd the Juice of two
lemons. Divide-t'h-mixtuic into four
parts, tie in well-floired cloths and boil
one hour in slightly sated water.
To make meat pie,'Hlicrat meat in
thin slices, and put a saucpan with a
little water, and the 4avy left over. Add
a little butter, pepperpnd salt, and cook
'slowly till tender. Blice in a few raw
potatoes, cover and ciok till soft. Line
a deep dish with nle crust, as for -a
chicken pie, pour i meat and po-
tatoes, bake just lo enough to cook'
the pastry, and serve Leave an open-
ing in the top for thepteam to escape.
Hominy fritters hek, make variety for
the breakfast table. I Boil the hominy
the day before, thenake Iwo teacupfuls
of it and stir a s ful of sweet
milk and a little sal with it. and one
egg, four tablespoons offlour, with
half a tablespoonful4 ^baking powder.
Have your frying paftdy with the fat
hot in it; drop thiber in by spoon-
fuls, and fry a delicate brown. The
flavor is better if halt butter and half
lard is used, rather th4 all lard.
In connection with.ironing, a hint on
the use of irons may Nt be out of p.iC SB
When done using let the irons be at once
removed from the stove, and as soon as
cool put on a shelf, or in a closet away
from steam if possible, as they become
rusty if exposed. Starch is so apt to
stick to them it is well to always wash
them before putting them on to heat for
the week's ironing. Many a soiled spot
on garments may thus be saved. Wash-
ing is better than rubbing with salt as
many do after ironing starched clothes.
Take an ordinary cracker barrel and
either paper it or cover with cretonne
by gathering the top-and bottom or lying
it in side pleats. The lid may be made
by joining the pieces of the barrel head, or
by cutting a new lid. This should also
be covered and have a finish of knife
pleating around its ;hge, two or three
inches wide. For a knob use a part of a
large spool, cut crosswise, and fastened
on with a large screw; or a small knob
handle in wood can'bebought for a mere
trifle at hardware stores. This makes a
handy depository for the soiled clothes,
and will be useful in any family.

Lurks In the blood of neatly every one. and is liable,
upon slight provocation, to develop In painful and dise
agsToable forms. Consumption is undoubtedly scrofula
of the lungs. No remedy his been more successful
thin Hood's Sarsaparilla in thoroughly cleansing the
blood and eradicating every form of scrofula from the
human system.
"Having need Hood's Sarsaparilla the put six or
seven months for acrofula and pimples on my face,
which I have had for 12 years or mom, I can recom-
mend the medicine to every one similarly troubled,con.
fident that they will be benefited by it.1-P. A. Du-
CHESNE, Northampton, Mass.
" I have taken Hood's Sar ill. and Ind it ben.
eficial for pimples on the face and impure blood.o-
CHARLES CRAIN, Portsmouth, 0.
"'Foreseven yeais, springand fall, I had scrofulous
sorts come out on my legs,anfotwyerwsnt
freo from them at all. I suffered very much. Last
May I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and before I
had taken two bottles the sores healed and the humor
left me. "-C. A. ANOLD, Arnold, Me.I

We can give hundreds of testimonials as to positive
ceres of scrofula, some of them cases given upas abso-
lately incurable, Take Hood's Sarsparilla and you
will be secure from scrofula.
"Three years ago scrofula broke out an my facep
head and ears so they were one solid sore my hair
fell off, my sight and hearing were impaired. I com-
menced taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and in one year
wc.s entirely cured."-M- S. MARY H. PARKMAN, Dex-
ter, Me.
"I have been troubled with scrofula a great deal,
and was advised to use Hood's Sarsaparila. I have
row taken three bottles and have nearly eradicated
the scrofula from my system.-W. A. PERRY,
Bourne, Mass.
"I had four scrofulous sores come or my feet. which
grew so bad that I could not wear a shoo. Nctutng
which I took did me any good till one day I saw
Hood's Sarsaparilla advertised in a paper and decided
to try it. have taken two bottles and the sores are
almost entirely healed."-MKs. ADDIE PITTS, South
Potsdam, N. Y.



Obtaining aVa Frnished r ome-Tie
Ways of Wonii Servants-]ar-
keting in the West Indies.
Here at 3[alvern, in the Santa Cruz
mountains, we at last went to house-
keeping, says a letter from Jamaica,
West Indies, to the New York Sun. We
were now In a Dlace where the scenery
was beautiful and the climate delightful
and, fortunately, we found that it was
possible to make ourselves sufficiently
comfortable to enjoy them both. We
have a large B[lor, dinin-room, kitch-
en, four roo opor in an out-
house ford ba servants. We
brought with us our own linen and sil-
ver; everything else was supplied with
the house, though there were, of course,
a few deficiencies which wo had to fill,
For this we pay 5 a month.
We keep three women servants-cook,
chambermaid and butler, is they call the
servant who waits on the table, whether
-a man or a woman. Each has three shil-
lings a week. The washing is given out.
I find that each woman does, perhaps,
two-thirds as much work as a strong
Irish woman could do. They are slow
in all their movements, and like to stand
about and talk when they have a chance;
but it would not be correct to call them
lazy. Though they do less work than a
white woman, they do it steadily and al-
ways as well as they knowhow"
They are willing to apply mo nuscu-
lar labor to their work than any white
woman would do. All our floors are
solid mahogany, made of thick planks
laid immediately across the beams, so
that there is only one layer of flooring.
Every morning the housemaid first
sweeps them and then polishes them
all over with a combine brush made
of the top of a cocoanuthusk, cut off
so as to expose the stiff inner fibres.
If the floor is really dirty, it is scrubbed'
with orange juice, and you will see the
housemaid go to her depository of
oranges, pick, out the juices, and
squeeze it over the floor. Ours said,
when she saw me watching her: "Orange
juice cut off de dirt. Oranges very nice
to clean house wid, missus," and down
she went on her marrow bones, taking
hold of the round cocoanut brush with
both hands, and scrubbing with an im-
mense expenditure of force. Every floor
in the house is scrubbed in this way
every day, and the mahogany shines as
if varnished, although ne-ther varnish
nor wax has ever touched it.
The majority of the people here cook
on open wood fires, but I had been told
when hiring the house that I should have
a stove. I did not gointothekitchen until
two or three days after we arrived, and
then found the tiny stovestandingon
the sort of high hearth on which they
usually make their wood fires. I had no
stovepipe at all, and only one or two
covers, the rest being lost, and yet the
cook had never dreamed of complaining
about it. The smoke found its way out,
when the wind favored, through open-
ings in the roof. But in all cases where
I gave them better implements to work
with, they made use of them more faith-
fully, and took better care of them, than
I should have expected.
The one thing about them which is
really disagreeable is their inflexible dis-
position to, steal eatables. In every
other respect the servants that we em-
ploy seem perfectly honest; but nothing
to eat is safe, and you never know what
they have laid their hands on.
At first we had some trouble about
getting provisions, but when it was once
understood that we would take steadily
a certain supply, we had no further diffi-
culty. We have some really excellent
beef sent up to us from the lowlands
once a week at sixpence a pound, and
inferior beef is brought around in the
middle of the week at from fourpence
ha'penny to sixpence a pound. We get
good mutton also once a week atn;of-
pence a pound, and fresh fish is brought
around twice a week by the fishermen.
In a big hen-house we keep a supply of
chickens, which, however, though vora-
cious, never become fat. Occasionally
we can get tolerable turkeys and ducks.
For chickens, alive, we pay sixpence a
pound, for turkeys ninepence, and for
ducks four shillings a pair.
We are near an infinitesimal village,
where two or three shops'stand close, 4-6
the road, and at these we can get toler-
able groceries at something more than
New York prices. Twice every week,
on the green opposite one of these shops,
the market is held where we buy all our
other supplies. Here, at about 9 o'clock
in the morning, the negroes begin to
assemble, each coming Up the mountain-
road with a big basket or a mahogany
tray on her head, heaped witlwtbe prod-
uce she has brought to sell. The women
are all dressed in freshly starched dresses
and bandannas, and generally wear
necklaces of bright beads. 'Many have
on necklaces of Job's Tears, a pretty,
shining, gray seed, which they twist in
many strands around their necks. Once
in a while a-donkey with laden panniers
will appear, and a group of the patient
little animals always stand under the pi-
mento trees near by waiting for their
The women (there are always more
women than men at temre)tk
their trays off theihedupcte
few dozen oranges, tebnhso a
nanas, or the vegetabls hc hyhv
brought, and spread temotbfr
them in little piles ntegon.B
ten o'clock there is atikcodo h
green, andyou wind i n u mn
them, -- kng carefullnotoredn
the melU dise, and tytodcewic
of the little heaps artemotesab,
and about how many otemiwllak
to support your famiytlnetmrt
day. For a penny a'enyogta
pile ot twelve or foute eiiul
sweet oranges, or a uc fegtO
ten ripe bananas, or afadznmn
goes or star-apples. Frtreec o
get a little heap of swe oaos lo
gether superior to aytawevrst
in New York. We ar.tlthtte
plant them every motadnlus
them when they areinpretoad
fresh,, which ma con o
their excellence. Yo a lobyi
the market yams, wihwergtl
cooked are a good subttt o rs
potatoes; small tomaosabuanic
in diameter, cho-chowihsakndo
squash; and cabbagespmknbas
YOU also buy round fla arao am
bread and cassava bed ohmd

from the cassava plant, and both very
nice. mh~jffava bread is as thin as a
wafer toasted; the bammy
bread, l thick, is made with
eggs anH what-the peole here
call muffins.
The sales are small. I have often
watched a woman who has sold me a
penny, ha'penny or a threepence worth
of something, and seen her start for
home again, taking back everything'
else she had brought with her. It is
still more pathetic to see them sit pa-
tiently in front of their little heaps with-
out selling anything, and then, as mid-
day comes, gather their store together,
ack it once more in the basket, and
down the stony hill with exactly the
same load which they had carried up,
often having many miles to walk back.
However, I am told that going to mar-
ket is a great social pleasure, and that
they look back with complacency on a
dav so spent, evenwbn they have done
no Ibu .

In Cape d xtive planting
of the comiawn*tomato is recommended
as it is alleged that insects shun the land
on which it is grown.





















adulterations generally found. A tAI V
Nutmeg is the kernel of the seed of kADWv far
the myristica tree, and mace is the inter- a&,
mediate coat next to the nut..
Cloves are the unexpanded dried flower Pe
buds of caryophy'ata. Sometimes those a RELIEF
from which the essential oil has been ex- Is a Care for Every Pain, Sprainsp Bruises,
tracted are sold for the dried clove.- Pais it RaCto Lbs.
New YorkAnalyst.It was the FirstanisteOl
Ne york Analyst. I ME13Y
That instantly steps the -ot exruiting Pain, allays
M istakes in Nom enclaturei nfl mm.tio, and cu-s .,res o s w threr ofth
Lungs, Stormach or Bowels o ttrgad o ran
David Dudley Field takes exception to byonep>tI saizedwit t .o
the nomenclature of American geogra- JiTHU 0v-TIA.,
phy. Ile s.tys there may be a great deal Or ao ora or mucus
mebrane afterexpo!,uret od ~.ecI.n
of fitness or unfitness in names. To be- t_-., b PU1Y B rcth rtittj
gin with, our continent was misnamed. withecrng.."..oto. so p
bunt e rvpofu mne, S leep wt h
Diarhea D~snor, ello S s

-amends by singing "HailCoub." JL A .IJlA L
Just think of some of the wretcheIn IT a F
names selected nor places in he United bh de al
States. We have Tombstone, You Bet, i nd oth ieve, aide (m AllSItaS.
,, /, /- ,,-, T -i ci i^ quick as RAI)'AY'S RJAY{ E IF
Pop Corn, Cut Shin, Raw Hide, Skunk u-yct protl.SitbyDigt.
Lake Dirt Tub, Jug Tavern, been c 3.X H
Cow Skin and Cut Off. Almostake
taste was displayed in copying such old M A L A UR111, 1 A
names as" Babylon, Memphis, Cairo, Troy, eF t CURE I A WR F .
Utica and Syracuse. It would have Chronicrheumatism, Sctof old Shili
T. 3 ~~~plaints, etc. (Bse our book o eeel t. rc
been much better t have preserved more twenty le and ir
of the nomenclature of tne red men. tougher Wer I aAh, Whit PwLLnso
Nothing could be more appropriate and Pimples, BlotWhes, Er.
Cow Skin and CutOff Almosta Diseases, Gout, Dropsy Rickets, alt Rhent,
pleasant? to the ear than Mississippi, oheti Caron, Diaeaderi
Oneida, Michigan, Monongahela, Sue- Complaintim St
quehaena Mohawk, Idaho and pan. -to(..urbook .. Vanorealhiliti, C
ming.-New York Tewegram. ty-five cente ofthu Swe lli.LRo in
Cures have been made whereBpedins he Lungs.
"A little fire is quickly trodden out it i uo, a
Nohich,being sulderedm rivers cannot quench Pmls AthRErposftFa, U
Prlocrastinlation nmay rob you olf tim. but otieeinc fexrodnr mdclpoetiB\
by hlreased dilig ce yth ca maea up M th* S-n'ou Ri. k.tkS S R e .
loss; but if it rob you of life the loss IS irre- ndp nneti iteam tadcu.Sodbal
meable. If your health is delicate, your drns on l
appetite fide, your sleep broken, your mind cl
depressed, your whole being out of so S C no Vvy mf I
pend on it you are seriously Is In 24
uci case Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medi. tl Dis- Fohe cure oa e ot t Sa L
eovery" will speedily effect a genuine, radi- n oe. jnyBadrNroie~iLio
rl cnre--make a new man ow you ahe" beenf, i
save you from thee orfqurei of lingering n t is- w ith Scroful from thir 111 t u1 tof 20
i, | ..-- Pure.y ve'ta ,
lury, "iaaB -r 'eee-U _-.:gs IIrk d'sf

THREE billion wooden toothpicks are man 1 SS-i nend i. et it matma n cr e
ufaeturod each year in this country. '3t dregg st. no d olla tle. *
ap pett 'fOTllE PUBLIC.s-Beeureandkforurdmiay'8,
"Thro e P byein to t fhe Dort" nd
when it is yheoud-eashiously dias,. In D BBM.. as g ti P ill
soh t, and i esist on using Dr. Pierc Pleas- I ll si the StomachI ivr
ant Purgative Pellets," a modern medical g P s Messes.; oss of
luxury, being small, sugar-coated granules, ee a
containing the active principles of certain meOB
roots and erbs, and which wi
contain as much cathartic power as any of .; W stR| or.
the o ll-tashioned, larger pills, without the
latter'sviolent, drastic effects. Th"pleas TI PLASTE

operate t horcughly but harmlessy sa-SAi fiJiilie'"S,, >'
lishintga vPer ltanently healthy action ot the 'riup t mu& 1
stomach and bowels, and as ananti-bilious, 2- g a thenery" o th
remedy are unequaled. | o pack, the se an,
4' 1 pilch tthey

THERE are 60 ) professional beauties in Los I^BBTO anap''c^' 'lt"
don who perform no manner of work. I
jJ^ SS W y Cf S01d by DugsBfr9
t h v piles, fistulas and rupture rad-, wsu t.Ae sB will be *t
icallv cured. Book ef particulars two letter l WMl's.llrypltI
stanmps. World's Dispensary Medical Aso- IlSr ie Yt .1.'|
liatsion, B dffa soicef. Y c. Ts ,,ve Ainnt, reiebn .
Tf+BEgiasshopper has proportionally10te11((1&C~ U C*
kicking pow of the sIul1
Catarruh of hesslyder.
Sthgingairritation,innt amationalfe theASHARP
n iyolscured, by Buchu I
Paiba." (il.> is~
See Here, Yonug Maan, Bad
THEEatgre 60) profesisticenal beautisom sinc Loum11 Ache, theyareaerai

thatgirlofieshe commenced usingCarbolia te cure.
odornze eolract of Patroleum, and I would IS
not be without it for a fort
The Hope of the Nation. c sACK -M
Children slowindDovlopment,punyMscal so- .
and delicate, use "Wel'HelhRnwr" friB mma- ^ ^
"'Rough on Pain" Plaster *n OKTDCINF^
SPorous and strengthening,e
best for backache, pains inhs rsd~hu -- 2Page Pr$c1,.O^ J
matism, neuralgia. 25c. DrBuggists or maiE I --li ep .
It is dangerous to tamper with irrita
liquids and exciting snuffs. Use Ely's Crem rpef "J^ i O(nK
Bakn, which is safe and
applied with the finger.I ue h os -~^^
cases of Catarrh, Colf the Bladd
Fever, giving relief from the flr|6 applica- dne s
tion. All druggists have it. Price5 et. B O U .C.
By mailn6a conts. Ely Broed by ichu- 54
Chronic Catarrh. T]he result of 25 years' 14MadSrefe W ly
Catarrh-the bridge, or Man o d
was about half gone. I obtandsome since

Ely's Cream Balm; haveue orbtls ~H -~ d*
applying it to the affeh a Gwb, can- DICTIONARY.
previously tried all other and I w | h |3 s. P $1.50.
nuao'Le[ witho.utdl tfrartune _-ALC tic
"-,....t '"*. N H..-n .re', Columbus,- Ohi.+ ra i q r i
I i'dlll I e'8sCrleam Balm good tor Catarrt Tr
of longstanding.-M. N. Lasley, 1934 West G erma
Chestnut Street,Loivle y f&ld U IAR
irRough on coua,,h." Aor CougEToumE A
Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness. Troches, 15c.
Liquid, 25e. at in chest or siderahdti-
tains the brightest thoughts of or best 'The E
The purest, sweetest and best Cod Liver old a o okA
Oi in the world, manufactured from fresh
healthylivers, pontheseashs
lately pure and sweet
once taken it prefer it to all others. Phys
caais have decided it superior to any of the worst A
aothe ooils in market. Madetby Caswell, anzR
ard & Co., New York. ^*"*'~'''~Bi~''
Feer gviggeleftrmhheer apwia

CHAPPED HA viS, face, p rples and rough to 3n, I CO.,
kin cured by using Jtmper Tar Soap, madeo by
Casweh, Hazard & Co.o New York. City
For a splendid Magazine and chancefor em
ployment, address vf.H. Thompson, Phfla. ,Pa* ^SJ S ^
applyig it t the effect partswith dswabhZEth

THE French government paid the inventor wwiIha
of oleomargarine dl,000 for heis work, mixe
-; w ard a Ij;. S ol d 5e y c e .
oIfnr loOnT CO., N21 Beek. Stret, 1e West
When you visit or leave N Ky.
eipressage and $3 carriage hire, and stop a6t Gai ^ ^^^ s B f rlS __ii im
dollars, $1 and upward per day. Eu ropeak mone. Elii "Treasry o
Taogor. Restaurants suppli'dwithe the
stag .... d elevated railroad to all depots. Fam. ECE T ...&.c57Bod
can live better for less oat, a t T he s Gavana ever a nd
Hotel than at a other firt-class hotel in the city. si e Be y
oa the insane persons in Pathis asyl s. I of 1h i i

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can lt. t"''"gii,,,, ~ya 5.8 i r otri lthUU BLC. waryNl.Y.T AOutuS t.KFO IT
DR~jNKA~g now orm fify-five er cent
bfth isae esos n axsasylumrs.

The Jelly-Flsher. n of China.
We found the isl inhabited by two
foreign ae , staff. 300
Chinese IW O goats. The island is
a mass of rock, in three ridges, converg-
ing near the centerof the island, and
there i' 1nl l of earth over
the Y. _* row a crop of
grass i .- nd there on
the there are small
patcli: :Bl r i I he permanent
residt~n ,.,t -tj,: ioluo tt 300 Chinese
and 1,000 goats, perhaps managetoeke
out a subsistence -fro the fruits of the
earth; but the island is chiefly for the
jelly-fish trade carrie~on in the spring,
and during that ae1son thousands of
Chinese come from'.ingpo and also
-Irom adjacent islafis and take up
,their temporary .^bode on the
North Saddle. Tls explains how
there are ,so Aany houses in
ruins all over the "19-d. A North
Saddle house is not f much account
anyhow; and the rui by the jolly
jelly fishii simple bamboo
frames; a few sqq Wds of matting
thrown over the f roof will put the
house into good order'again. There are
no walls to these fimporary abodes;
only a sloping frame 'd nothing more.
The houses are perch din clefts of the
rocks, and there is t much room for
the children to run. a ut. Alargenum-
ber of sampans we iying upturned
high and dry on top Im the rocks forty
to fifty feet above the ea. They belong
to a fishermen. and ar left there till re-
quired next year in t jelly-fish season.
The principal reside t of the North
Saddle is a native fiho was for many
years a "boy" in p9A b:ats and tug
boats. He can speak dgin English,anil
is looked up to by the people on the
island as a man great experi-
ence, having often byen in to see that
wonderful place, Snghai. He has
gone into the jell. -| trade. He was
sick and unable t. e-,iie on board. The
natives who did com on board stared
as if they had never rn a foreigner be-
When I was up at Ibe light-house on
Friday afternoon, the was w China-
man employed paint off the
stones at the house ofthe tower. He
was singing to him~lf as happy as a
king. He had actuoly given up a sit-
nation in, Shanghai d succeeded in
getting into the ligt service at the
North Saddle because he was in love
with a young girl, a native of the island.
The marriage was expected to come off
shortly. The dowry,, of the bride was
reported to be three dollars, to set them
up in the jelly-fish trafe. I was told so
by the captain, and i~must be true.-
Celestial Empire.


Esquimaux dogs will draw a sledge
sixty miles in a day.

What the Sexton Said.
L Lewis Edwards, sexton of Mount
Worn Place church, Washington, D.
C., certifies that for several months past
he had been suffering with a severe
cough which distressed him day and
night. He was very much debilitated,
with constant pains in his chest. After
trying various remedies he used the Red
Star Cough Cure, which gave him entire
Boots were polished a thousand years
mgo, and there ii-e hootblacks, too,
plying their t'iadu u;pm the street.

The Scattering ofiVast Fortune
There are to be noiliore Vanderbilts
Goulds or Asters, and those whom we
have already are to be'gradually obliter-
ated. That isti1 he,:r 0fan old financier
with whom I have beea talking, and his
arguments are curiqpsly reasonable.
There always will be!millionaires, but
there will be no more ode hundred million
men. Gould's money will go to his
children, of which hehas six. He is
making every effort to make a business
man of his son George., The other Gould
boys are not *.1.1 eu, _J, schoolol,
but they w:l1 r way
into Wall 4rre|', aqfthun th,.y will
come in fot. ir or t the for-
tune when it is distributed. The one
thing that Gould loves above money is
his family, and he shows no favor to
one child over another. If those who
know him best can Judge, his money
will be divided equally between his wife
and his children, in the event of his
death. The Vanderbilt fortune will. it
is understood, be scattered more widely.
There are brothers and sisters, sons and
daughters, grandsons and granddaugh-
ters, and of the grandchildren a promise
of many more as the years speed on, for
the VRPderbilts are given to having large
families. Vanderbilt seems to have
no desire to perpetuate the
family fortune in bulk. He
has withdrawn from active business
as much as it is possible for a man who
has as much money as he has, can with-
draw. and his only present ambition
8sems to be to enjoy Ns declining years
and make it cheerful for the others of
his family. An even distribution of his
one hundred and fifty millions among
the twelve to twenty members of his
family must render each enormously
rich; but it would bring them down to
a level with a score or more of other per-
sons in point of wealth. The Astor
estate is already divided into two por-
tions. It is plain, therefore, that twenty-
five or thirty years hence the three greatest
fortunes in New York city at the present
day will be scattered. We are living in
the time of the greatest development
of private fortunes. The conditions of
the country will not admit of such
chances for money making hereafter as
haN prevailed in years just zone by.
The country has become developed and
settled and prospected over too much to
admit of new and large fortunes in
railroading, mining, in cattle raising or
in land speculating. The American who
now makes a fortune approaching that
of Gould or Vanderbilt must turn his
attention to South America, or some
other country in which the field has not
been worked4. -Brookrlyn 4Tayle.

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lta no 3 and 4 .... .. ... ...... 26
ot8 2 and 3 .. ...... .... 36
lots 1 2 :1 and 4 ............. ..... 12
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Fraul k so% -f lot no 25. Lake Cily. ..'. .
Jones, O ilbe lot no 40 n e$j Lkpk City ..........
5.,*;:(, M ,ry n l/ ot nwl, s1..; of n-.C' in gra9.t. 1 23 4 1G
.hre, Andrew nw 1 <.f nw, .. ... ..... 23 4 16
J.,hnson, David ne/14 r(f nwt, onw wl^t Of n`VY, less 10
acres on s side. ........... .. 27 2 15
J .hnson, Miry nwrw of set:j .... ..... 22 3 16
Kirby, W l ( e ., of e 1< ... .. ... ... 86 5
n '> ofej ej. "rf nel ... .......... 1 6 15
LiUrdey, .Tames lot no 178 no ,x Lk.ka City .........
Liddon, C A seY4 e I ,/ f asw, s,.e ,f nel4 ........ 12 6 16
L,'v, MUFes lot bounded north by Alex Lee, n of
L. ke C ily .. .... ......
Lee, AMix 3 8crros bounded 9 by M1ost's L 'e, n of
L, k C ity. . .. ..... .
Luther, 0 P sgl for wifelots 51 tind 62 in L kM Ciy .....
Live Ok, Trnpa <& Char-
lotte's IIa'b;r R R w <.f -,w /, .... .. 19 G 10
;IcKinne\, Miss Leonorawl of s .:. ... .... .. 18 7 17
nD 1 ,,fse BwY 4 ofne,. ....... 13 7 16
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sw i,< >fswj^ .......... 4 7 17
Mallet. W P ew1,1 .. ..... 12 4 15
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Poo;.Jes, W. L nof n1% ot' s'!'J4 i
1'a ..y, h'rs F S 66 a, rrs interest in I oi.ds assessed to J
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l ni~er sov L F w Pof s"14 e ;fe ,t/ ,s w ) ,f.'t L 16
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l ldell, Charles J t,.+ o' s" % o!tc, sl. .. ... ". :o B 15
,Sier & Speer ri): "i 'ret; -,"t o' Illi,' e! ` .eit '
t.wv o o w ... .2. ... ......5. 1i 2 15
Sni Ih, Jh-,?o e .;. o s', u. 1.", s. .-4 . .. . 1. l4 2 15 1
-',ll rs Ell nD Id o' .,.. ..... ... . 14,- .3 !S
phe pird, W ade, st1 o s i!..... .............. .. "1 7 16

4 16
3 17
4 17
7 16
4 1(;

1 17/

80 6 20
200 7 0o
160 7 26
(C4u is 60
120 3 36
5 6(

160 5 95
10 07
2 36
120 4 86
40 4 SO0
70 5 82
40 2 -12
2 4 ,) 5 6I0
3 17
270 6 40
2 42
2 42

80 2 72
200 15 55
80 4 1.5
1;11 4 if,
40 2 42
40 2 42

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PON t-0ill EfL cNoliC v
'IllIs offlee will I)> opr, dnih-, (,,nnn ve -
I .I .... [ (iiriiig~list/ribuni i ot ii.'ll, 'L[" I' from
Monley-,,, i ... hfrom 3 n. I. ni" 1.1:00
"01 t { ... n"n ] im till p. l ., x.'.wppt.
*' .I,,> I W~lell lol ( u-o ur A-L' b U v'.S vill
Mulls to lorth ad ..o..thwec.-t c'i ... p. n..
111id 1)R,, T* -
U' I i 1 1 I"t
1 ... .... ". t '. l.. .6 n. p ,.
FR"-1.m AI-X J' N 'TO l.h..O.
(IL~DB U-1!.6 vq* ]">01.)
Lin't'... I I ,,'. ,, t1urirsay and

I,, *' *.. n .i ri i i ,, )b y ] p In .
*1rHO' ]A'.Kl'T ('tT 'TO- 1} i,(tH.T'a-e' pi-.l1 uy.
(WV. (r. Cane, ('onlnacov.)
[ .e vuw La' e(k C V; 1 .. .. i 7
1. I'll. A arrive o lt' i .. .. i
L'oavv Blomnt's i I i i .ily
M*" at 7 lt. lm 'Arld vo ., i
fLk;e City, Fla., April 11, 1l1.'
C"Y'Thllis oflieo will olen on Su lavs pro-
'*csoly iy t 2 ety In, r p. ):i' e.llini opn n one i
iThie Je-weirl, ?fvtt- .


P-` !1s, ?Te:Ucbnwa rnndr (iemlvicnaKn PerfniaeiTy and Fancy Toile, articles. Fresh Pi,1ll a,,l %ardet
Sc.-i.-s. Ti'i.;;es, i-Loudc-r Braces ets1., Ja
T~l '.!; '"S, OILS, "VAEKtISiIES, ET3.,

Phiyicin.'v ....... .. ,. compounded at all bozirs an,' corners ane' ered with ciar, and
dbspsit l,; I I ;. 1 ,1 i! f I n d O tIdour, toe eof cin es c otnii(-te. Warranted I gen-
uine, and of t~h. h t, f qua'.irs. a g, a Lc-:i ,f
r'Ie and Most CO. '^italibligh|l"emit sonllul.
G. S..GOACK'S. T-;1A, :EiERO&. O
Ga~B~f EO. S, IIAC], E.R &: -S()N

2 15 400

3 15 480

1 16 3NO





2 GO




3 90


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2 6 1
'2 16 1655.50 !613

The l,,tlLn," are r) ,t,,-,,-,i to tfake
..' notice that the undersigned has re-
i n moved his select stock of JEWNVELRY,
WATCHES, CLOCK9, &c.. from the
-+corner of' Marion and Hami'lton
-streets to next door to A. W. Curry,
'and opposite Hunter & Sbn's drug
storo-i wltk'e heivwill'tao. Freasi:e in
serving, his patrons.
,29f Jt.=R. H. LOVlEE.

<+. -,I,:- Best Paper in the South.

il\EJ~LY N E WS.


wi-2 or nel"'Sayof nn eY.4 oo F1n1-
w2 of sef s'l S of/4 so : .......
lot, no 3 and 6 ............ ..........
s,-2 of sw ............................
"IwY of se1j se14 of aw! ..........


BUILDING M_- T f-,F4...,.
Office .11d;' .,.]; ".. %

EsTABLISH,:D 1812. C]IA]-LlM-ON-, S. C
ire, 0 ti) dnrot from the F, thereby getting- your xaaterial A fil'r e,,'st., and better i',rknman
+.hip, audl luwer prices th:..a can be ufferd by dclei. F-.eb 29.-84-1lyr..

tBI I-iiMTE DR i. "0ITf[



K.ADnIlEY'si FLr.OPIDA Vjl:iTA15LE F'Fr:1.ZEB.

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410: s c;

8 & E
16 596.65 -5 52

hts no 1 and 2.. ... ....... .. 34
nill ................ .... .. .. ....... 1
06 nwY4 wY of sw@4 ............. 2
all ........ .... ...... ....... .......... 3
nY4 of neY ,'y, of seW/ eel of sw1y, 4
,% Y2ofs 'lots no 3 and 6 nt/, o0'lo's no 7 and 8 6
)o,s no 1 2 and 0 .. ....; .7......... 7
.4'M'1 Of nW4 W/14, Olf "Y4^ .. .. .. ... 8


ie, s to call attention to tle flt. that <,uS' horse is r im- 214 -i "-
-'es.Dect and at thet t lein ml-r o oulrO dealing', our 1. i' ,. i",,, 'iiM t's aniL;
.l prices li;'>v< mlade (is .
JThere is no ex-cuse for wuly one, no m.-tter hlow Val. from)n- S"lavnnal, to
pay fr tle"r goods, at hi.lin, almost double tlhe price, when the: ,ame: r
even better good ss ca b l;e lha fld'b f ls, S lh o l.))p in nIIoV,'A ,,., i- I ,.
easy: write us for samildes nnd explicit ;is .po'ssilli a- c : *1 ,,. *. .,. .
style aInd eio'lrs of' goo, s desire,,, hby ob.eri im thi~'., v. eaCU e.*xemtle y o0l11
orders more sat.isf'ac.'ioilv. If you orihr d0 dollars wf-It 1 of goods ..
euclose the inope 1y )y P. 0 Order or "1t11 i; ...... i, ,'e t,> ,,1! it
you prefel to have good, .... C. w, will pay > ieo fi, L
youlr ltearts, ]Ex]i'css( Offe oii ill o'dril- "; dollars ; d over. A"n
goods that do )"ort. come ll', to t _-'....... "" 1tutnrn 9t our expense
and we will r |'ue t the !noiey. Aiither hl,,_; l),-. your sn~ail country stores the S:vsort'tniel tof goods is limited wilst We,
Who sell a million dollars wo|'th, rth, ive daily the i'Lwest and fI ,.I,-I(. .
styles ; thlis in itself is wvortll tie aleni.-Iitiol <,f every ladv, and should 's,-
cure us I'steir prefe!'ence. We have o"i rcl' rIseiiat~ve luvyei.s it) NeW
York the whole year round, \wosI W e call Cspecial attention'to our ilwn;cnse line's of .,11-., sat"ins, drel s _...."_-
lawns of all kind, parasols, fans, glov<;s, laces, emblroideries, La'die.-', Il..l
ises, Night-gowns, ('awersl, Hoaselt','.d- )iit4 1 1 1, l 'l "" : '
wear, Shifts, (Cbttirs',s Cuffs and Neckwe ar. W %.

B_' how we do business, we will annex a few .te~inonifil
We have thousands of them!
Apalachicola, Fla. April 29, 1884. '
Til; goods reciv(d O. K. and I am nineh pieaRe'd.
0 W \VAKISIE.I',: ). ,. "
King's Ferry, Fla., March 14tlI, i-: r l l *
i / <
The goods have been received and I am mii.lch" Ileased wi: 1 thertlo
Many thanks.
Mns.\L, I. WRIG!I',
Jesup, Ga., April 26, 1885.
The goods c(aoie safely and'aive entire snoisfactio .'lln.. ]'.. .... ,i'
t ah n k s .
AIs. ISABEA... W2!Zr.


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lots no 4 and 5 ........ .......... .. 19
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s .... .. . .......... ..... 20
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BOX Of B"Y4 W/14 of DeY4 SLY4 & W/1_6 2-2
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all ...... .. ........... 24
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HeY ...... ..... 27
neY4 of neY w ,of ne ,vv,<, o' nfvlw 3o
SPY4 ,'f wseY ...... ................ 31"
nY1 of ne1 nee ( f nw1^ sw4 of sWY 33
eY2 of neY4 1/2 of nwY4 wy! of[ se4
eL (f swY4 ........... ........ 84'
e% of neY4 nwY4 of nelj ne14 of ae,14
wl2 ol "ee1 w ................ .. 5
t -Mw1 (e of sw; 4nwj of swY... 36 1 17 9'48,
I of esv^ ................ . 8 S 18 40
neY of nw34 ...................... 18
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eM, of ne)4 swj4 of neY' wy, of s. 0"4
FeV of seY wM .........7.....-. I 1
Dh Y- u% 0 f a e Y e/ 21 0of 8w Y4 8W' o%40f
sw 4/ .. ......................... 2 1080
4 8,4 Of "V%1w X of se.`4 SuI- Of
seya ;%vY ... ... .......... 3
w1/ of ne e w .. . .. 4
n% of se.4 6wy4 of 6w .. .......... 8 1080
all ........... ......... ... ..... .... 9
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s8 of neY4 nwt pseJ4 e1? of swy4
N w N o f 6w V Y . .. . . 1
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w. of feY wv a. ..... .......... 13
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11 ..... ..... ...... 1 9
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f' wl sw%. ... ... .... 23 4
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till .. . .. . ... 4
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s .. .. . . .. .. .. . 1 4
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S .. .. .. .. .. .. 19
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. . . .. . . . 2

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e e........ ....................... 14
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Snowv.nen w)3 .. . ... . 24
lo's 3 ad 4 . ........ ...... 24 6 ] 2 480
nw i........ .. .. .. ...... 218 6 16 I+O
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F S2 A Yeaar, 1In Attvstcce.
-ot a Local Paper,i but Ona 9uit-
able ty any Localitjy,,

-A BU/.VrI ss, 1.IMILY,. LITE-
RAR )',..,',' .\l';[i/ I'l l AL
"Tlhs mammtoth) n'.a*iii ,.*r .; ,r|,., ,;t'll.
'ne'ws of tho w eek. 1. -_n '1 i, ,: 1 ,i. II.,-
apto the lhorn' + f_., iT,..- t.. I ..... .n.9"i+)ihl-
.ra l ltemns, O i ,,, .,,, ... :-t ., .1 .1
apartment devo:,ed t oa G)o].,''a Flor'a, aad
0onIth Ca'o "tilnows,; andf.ltklt' of ethb" States.
To the-fiu'm,-r-,. i-ehanie or arlisan) the
hsl5inc"s or p-ol'ssi nal >nan, whio has n0ot
tie aaiantliiK*-] a (6i matl., tba ANVAN- i
N.AII W!miN, w Is li i iehlo, }uin 'Ily which
he r \ c h Le iif rua-d oheC'v,nt .In o ,ini i n in
the bl 'y w"Vd, wjelted rh in -.. ... 1,a or r
in tile uilatd ats l, ,i'.fy tilt, '. .se-.
lver-y yearl y v l)serib r is 5etit:ied to one
of lhOne MwU w- Nj..Ya w Linm,.MU\ aeria.s. as a




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Thayer, B U
;'"ice, Noah
\'il!iiin Maitiha
\illi,ns, J P, or Say

','alden, Ti man
Wat'on, Missouri
Wolf,' D
Wi'liatuson, Joseplh
WVilliams, David
Wilson, Hannah
\V right, Solomon
q rod _, e ,A m os ~
IHan'i'ion, A1,-x
all, I Fs'.ae
loliri"s, EIward
!Ifrmir~iig^w''y, Mrs L
!tertian, Mrs C

tractional It no 1 Wright's snrvq,
L ak ('ity ..- ..... .. ..
sw4 o' l,.t no 26 W ig')l,'s sar teuey
ot Lake Cir ........... .
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w 1,, nrniw i,; ........ ... .. .. .. .. .. I, i. +
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ni-tfi lot no 1, W ex Lake Oity ....
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,u e o seC .......... ........ ^ 23 2 15
lot no 178 nD ex Lale City. ..... .. .
of } ,| s , ....... .. . .
KK')^ of fro/1 . .,. . . .. 4
v' o '1 .......... .......... ." 8 7 17
eti of sw1^. > 22 4 I)
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sm-f!^' of nmi"3 ol nell .......... .... s 30 3 17
It. no 33 and part of lo,, in bik 2;
L 1z e C ity .................... .
nl !4 of nw .. ... .. .. .......... 27 3 16
A nIll; of lot no 31l, Lake Citv .... -
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ne of s,-./4 .. .. ........ .. 3 2 5 6
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lot no 30 Wrieht's su, vy n o. 1 Ii id 3 8
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ChIisholm, W
Owner unknown
Williams. J R
Preston, Jacob
FI'lgcr, Aaron
Joyce, J
L,,yd, R E
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lRheum and lngvwori,. ean !,L -cermanently
cured by the use of this .gre-.t rei'e.dv. Price {
50 cents. Manufactured by The D-. osanko
Medicine Co., Piqp.a, 0. So-4 by

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Ealy Snawibill Dauliflwer, $5 per ounce, 25c per Packet
Improved Early titummer Cabliag, 8-1 per pound, 40C nor onnce.

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