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lots to the trade.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
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Send a sell-addressed envelope to tlic Rev.
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Bhades and everything pertaining thereto.tf
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
HOi:i.I nil CAltlCKL'LLY HEAD THAT CORRECT
CONCLUSIONS MAY HE ARRIVED AT.
PAUL O. BCIIL'U,
Devk Si it : Recognizing tho fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions of
pharmacy and medicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of tho function and
duties of the two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal proression of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists of thio city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribiugmcdi
cines, tor tho following reasons:
First. The scienco of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Second. You are violuting the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
physicians of their legetimato business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon the sick; therefore we ask you to ad
here to tho law governing the practice of
Another grievance to which we rcspectj
fully ask your attention, is tie matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority of
tho physicians who have writcn them. The
above practice is injurious to both .patient
and physicians; the patient often suflcring
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because ho is practically
held responsible for tho action of tjio medi
cine ho did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the origina! owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
tho same, as soon as it is onco filled aijd
placed on file, and that he has no right to
demand that it.be taken from the tile and
be refilled, except by the order of the pre
scribing physicians. We therefore ask
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, wh the under
signed iMu!trfl of the "Medical Associa
tion of Ctir" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who sliill after this date, lie known to pre
scribe for any one requiring the services of
n physician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Respectfully,
W. R. Smith, Prest. J. 0. Siluvan, V. P.
G. G. Pakkkr, Si-c'v. J. J. Oohoon. J. II.
RllYANT. C.W. DUNNINO. I). II. PAllKEIt.
J. S. Petri b.
To the Public:
v Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, ami although any unprejudiced
person cuiatyadily read between the liues
tho real motives prompting the Cairo Med ical
Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, lor my put, do not know that I have
been deceiving the puMic during the last
( 1!) years past and do not intend ,io deceive
it now, on the contary, I will try, in the
future, as I have in the past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither iikooinu nor wyivi any one's
patrointre, but my aim h to please each
and tvery one, who kindly favors me with
tljeir calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Pencil.
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
A Fine Rarber Shop.
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, ban
the iOMt extensive and hs fine an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes are masters in tho trade,
whose razors aro always smooth and keeD.
His establishment is largo enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and h s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Uiye him a trial.
go to DeBaun's, .10 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith. Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blucktinitbinj? and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
at DuBauu's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICE! ICE II
Out of the fire, cor. of tjtli and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present the
City Brewery, ou Washtogtou avenue, No
twten t)th and !Mu streets. Orders will bo
filled sam ss usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Tho person holding chanco No. 213 in
the radio for tlio meerschaum pipe will
please call and get the pipe, as ho is tho
Notice, Eraser Estate
Notice is hereby giveu that my daughter,
N. L. Frasor, is alone authorized to collect
any and all accounts duo tho abovo estate.
. at MRS. IS. Iu 1'RASEIl,
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for Bale at tho Cairo uuiietm
, v.'.' 50c. per Can,
Extra Moots, at DoDaun's.
Old Machinery Casting Wanted
at Reuuic'a' new foundry for which tho
highest prices vvnl be pani itT Wn.,
Call at N.O.T Ohio Levee.
tt , ' - v JOHH 1 . KtfN.NtlC.
, Window,' shades and ftstures jAt JuJ)
ClarVs. - tf;
' tf '
Notice In thene coin mnt' ten lente lift Hue?
tar.h tnanrtlnn ami wlmhifr niBrked or not, if ralcn-
Med to fwa-d any m-ui's uiielneM intercut arc
al v. ay paid for.
School children will find Tun Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos, 2 and II or salo at
Phil Saup's candy store. ' tf.
Tlio full official returns- from every '
precinct in this county wift lo published in'
Tub Weekly Bulletin to-morrow. . '
The work on the city's- Tevee .is about
three-fourths done- Two wpeks more if
good weather, would pcrmitjts completion.
Prof. Mason has changed his dancing
school from tho hall of tho Hibernian fire
company, to Reform ball, on Eight street,
where ho begins ft new term next Saturday,
The llunipty Dumpty hills which ap
pear in the various windows of the city are
excessivelly funny, and . orjlyexcelled in
humor by the original company, who appear
at the Opera House Tuesday night Novem
The very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery; also New Year cards,
worth $7.00 to $15.00 tho dozen cards
may be seen at The Bulletin job ofticc.ot
Tho ralllu of tho fine meerschaum pipe
came off at the billiard parlar of Mr.
Geo'rgo Wichert last night, and number 215
won it. Tho person holding this number
will find a notice of interest in special
The Myths have postponed their first
grand dance at thu Halliday until tho 10th
instant, next Thursday. .Tho reception,
committee for liu. Uft;ion is composed
M.F.Gilbert, W..E. Spear, E. E.Ellis,
E. C. Halliday and W. 0 Blauvelt. Tho
floor managers are Mes.- C. W. Hcndcr-
on, Harry Hughes, .Tamc .A.. Phillis, W. R.
Halliday, Goo. E. O'Hara, W. A. Pink
Henry Wellsaiid R. A. Vaughn.
TSuder has tickets on'sale for tho
nier Ilnmpty Duinpty combination at '-tho
Opera House Tuesday-tuning, November
fourteenth, at 75, 50 and. '250., which -in
cludes reserved seats. " " ' .
The Railway A'ge. sjiatca' the railway
construction dining tile month of October
in the United States'- aggregated J.;008
miles of main track on 7 1 (WfercntJine's ,
in SO states, making a total for tell' months'
of the present year 0,143 milesjhn u9il'.Tw1e.
in forty-three states and territories; The
Ntimated total construction for tho year is
between 11.000 ami 12,000 miles, which
far exceeds tho construction in any previ
ous year. Dakota leads in construction
luring tho past month with 131 miles;
fetas is next, with fiO miles.
Wo can assuro our peoplo that thu
ilnmpty Dumpty troupo which appear at
the Opera llouso Tuesday evening next is
the genuino Tony Denier combination and
not an inferior affair palmed off upon us by
Nick Roberts last wintur.
Captian Wahlron has kindly consented
todiiect the millitary exercises of tho Hal
liday Guards, of this city, during his stay
hen.', llo is known to bu an expert mili
tary drill master and it is confidently as
serted that two or three months under his
instructions will make tho guards of this
city equal in tactics to any company iu the
There is something ridiculously funny
and entertaining in the grotesque antics of
the clown and his merry companions in the
llunipty Dumpty performances, and any
one who enjoys a real old fashioned good
solid laugh, will not fail to witness Tony
Deniers troupo at the Opera llouso Tues
day evening Nov. 14. (
A.bout tho work of river improvident
at Capo Girardeau Captain Earnst, engineer
in charge, says in his last report: "In the
hurdle opposite Cape Girardeau, 2,300 feet
ot wattling was placed, completing that
work. The force was disbanded and tho
property removed to Foster's island prepar
atory to beginning the bank protection at
that place. Iu all the works linker Captain
Earnst'schnrgo a lorcoof about 1,500 men
are employi d.
An old Gorman teamster was brought
before Magistrate Comings yesterday, upon
tho charge of using abusive language. De
fendant had left his team stauding untied
on Commercial avenue, below Sixth street.
An engine on the Wabash road scared tho
horses and caused thorn to run away. Af
ter running about a squaro they were
stopped by a negro who, when tho old uisn
, unived, demanded a quarter, while the
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY '' MORNING, NOVEMBER 12,
negro's "gang" on tho stdo walk yelled out
in a loud chorus, "make him pay," "make
him, pay." Tho old man. got angry mid
tiijed an expression which was naughty but
forcible. Tho court fined him five dollars
and costs; but tho old man thought him
self wronged and took an appeal."
Some very elaborate and., lutorostins
musical programmes have bow prepared to
bo executed in several of our churches to
night. In tho MethodiBt church, besides
the usual excellent choir, a quartette of the
WizzardOil troupo will sing some appro
priate longs in their matchless manner. Iu
the Episcopal church thero w)ll bo uuusu
ally fino'musical cxerciseSjrticipated iu
.by a full choir increased ,py several addi
tional members from amwtf tho most pop
tilar singers in the city. ltTorn what w
havo been to d bv one who had uii
told V'.bv . 1ho80 'who professed and
wcro in a position to know, wo aro led
Jo, belie.' that tho sermons in these chuicli-
J"VTo - uiglit, tlTifogh they will bo preached
geuucriierr-tM-iivniiovviijugeu noiiny, wni
WbuU)i secondary importance, and that
itwUrTi'oliTciinplete sway and absorb
--The funeral of the ln.to Win. Alb i ves
tepbiy afternoon was one" tf the largest
t'at lias ever taken place in this commu
liity . The four organizations . to Which
be. belonged, tho Masons, Odd Fellows,
Knights of tho Golden Rule und the
jRough and Ready firo company, each
turned otij in ft body and met at the rcs-
lenco of 'deceased. From tho residence,
beaded by tl(r Cairo City Cornet band,
and foilovKfed by a largo number of citi
zens, the several ord.irs accoinpautc 1 tho
remains ot their lato cunrado to tho
Illinois Central train, which stood at the
foot of Sixth street. The mournfull notes
of thu funeral march played by the'- band
attratced peoplo from afar, who gUthored,
in el so crowds at street corners along tho
line of inarch. Three coaches had been
provided for those who might wish to ac
company tho remain to Villa Ridge, but
it was found neccessary to procure a fourth
ami tliey were ail lined, llio baud also
went along to tho burying ground and
there assisted in the last funeral rites
The printer is the only workman who
is expected to livo on air. The public use
him, abusa him, and
rtatr Itim lint itttlii
there are many men who do not hesitaypto
. . , r
or think of offering them even enouglb to
pay for tho paper actually expended. And,
worse still, these same men aru ever on th
lookout for means of lowering printers'
wages, or reducing their legal rates. While
getting all they can for themselves they aro
.ejUftlly.ptxs'ntent n their endeavors to
starve tho printer. A doctor can chargo
several hundred dollars for a HKgical ope
ration, a lawyer can claim from a success
ful client four or five hundred dollars, but
printers must not ask legyj rates, because it
til ay make a lar,'o lull, :iu t printers, miser
Able fellow-, must not presume to make any
but pitiful charges. We will stand by the
printer and his legal rates forever and aro
willing to compare his charges with those
of others, and will do so when necessary.
. Captaiu Thomas was in tho city again
yesterday and was as happy ss though he
'rnd gained instead of lost fifteen hundred
good Republican votes in the into election.
The Captain's,' past congressional record
shows that . li took life very easy, too easy
lor the good of his constituents. Tho f'ed
oraVhouso will be, as The Bullktin pre
dicted, Democratic by a largo majority by
over eighty votes. The hoiiso W the 48th
congress will be organized by the Demo
crats and every Rebubliean head of any
prominence will t ill under tho great blade
jf The' Democratic guillotine. Mr. Thomas'
Jiead is not very projuinbnt,. but it will
fall w'rth tho rest. He will bo consigned
to utter obscurity; the brilliant opportuni
ties which he had in the two last congresses
and which in a measure urged liiin to exert
himself a . little,'- will Bo swept away,
and Imwill relapse into that. insignificance
"and inactivity to w.bich his natural capabilijj
ties and inclinations would consign him.
lie .will not even have tho incentive of am
bition, or hopo for another term in reward
lor wise, energetic action, as ho had before.
But we shall wait Vnd see. It is tune
enough to condemn when tho wrong ap
pears. There lauvt ft paper in tho district
that will more cheerfully herald tho fact
whenever the Captain "bob's up serenely,"
thaiiTuic Bullktin, ami there is nono
that would take greater pleasure in telling
on him when he don't.
The Cairo correspondent of tho St.
Louis Republican, in a spjeial in Friday's
issue of that paper, concerning tho death of
the lato Win. Alba, intimates that the
cause of deceased's rash act was that "his
conscience upbraided him" for having
voted tho Democratic ticket at Tuesday's
election. The intimation is a reflection
upon thu memory of Mr. Alba which would
lead those who di"d not know him to re
gard him as a narrow minded, bigottod,
superstitious, a very unreasonable man.
Such au opinion would do Mr. Alba great
injustice. Ho had been like most Germans,
a firm Republican for many yoars; ho was
o mail of character, and that, too, of tho
highest typo in a moral sense. Ho was not
a mail who would easily change his opin
ions upon any subject and when lie did, it
was alter mature deliberation and with a
firm conviction ot right. Thero was not
tho slightest ground for tho intimation in
too Republican's special either in Mr. Alba's
utterances or actions, either beforo or aftor
tho election. On tho contrary, sometime
before the election, Mr, Alba made no se
cret of his intention tovotetha. straight
Democratic ticket in company with a largo
number of other Ocmans, his intimate
friends. And tho day after tho election ho
spriko with much satisfaction, even with en
thusiasm, of tho great triumph of tho Dem
ocratic party everywhere. .We took the
trouble to interview several "of tho most
intimato friends of Mr. Alba upon this
foint, and theyall agroo that he wusdnthe
best of humor trro day after tho election,
and even gloried tho fact that bo and the
German element generally had helped to
bring about this great revolution. All tho
circumstances surrounding Mr. Alba's
death lead irresistahly to the. Conclusion
that ho did tho act which ended., his life
in a moment of perfect mental irrcspousi'
bility.broiight abjwit by sun stroke and
the inod iato'effects thereof. Any other.
concJtUiou woufji do Mr. Alba i,ijustice,.,.v
The several' central committees . one
their chairmen, tho county, scnatoria'
and congrojsional district comm.ttees
headed liy Judgo GreifU'. find captain
T. W. Shields,,, also ' the stato
p.'inoi'.ratic committee,.. Ire ided by Hon.'
Jno. H. Obsrly, all deserve much credit
lor the good judgement and energy djiv:
played by. them in Jhe management of iku
latecoinpaign. ' It is not at alb ceftairt'
that tho course lajed out aiid persno'tj by
them could 4iave been improved upon
certainly not jn jts execution. Judg.o
Greeiijand Captain Shiefds were in almost
contsant conferenco with other prouwnent
Democrats from alt parts of' the district
ami devoted much of their time am
talent, both day and night, to tho manage
nii'iit and directions of the camptign; and
wo know that Mr. Oberlv did the same for.
the slate at large. Tho result, while not as
favorably as many had hoped (hopd tin
reasonably, however), is still very flutter
ing. In the Republican State trea.-
uier was elected by h majority of 45,;ilS;
in 18S0 Edward Rutz, It 'publican, candi
date for state treasurer, was elected by a
majority of 41,432; in 1882 Mr. J. C
Smith, ono of the most popular public men
nie uepublienn party lias in ttio state, is
pmbab'y defeated the forty-odd thousand
ii'iru lino tioml dmmi nn i v rnlnoo.l t, n
l'1 llalll will IIUIVi I - I i i
1 ' l t. .VV J.poiut where, as vet, it has not been discov
do not hesi fa lit to 1 ' ,
I ' r
ereu,uni mo canuiuanj lor superintendent
wi ) i.iuu nun (iLiuiu a, muuuuiig io ire
ent indications, defeated by a majority of
between three and five thousand. Iu this
city tho Republican majority of 1890 has
been replaced by a much larger
Democratic majority, and in this
congressional district, whicti, m
gm(rfl4iepWjircan majority of 1,841, tho
K"pmncaTi oarmritate succeeds by ttie
very uncomplimentary majority of about
350 a change of nearly three thousand
votes. Certainly, this is amnio reasnn for
Democratic rejoicing, Und for Republican,
uisxoura:ement. incse resuns. toucwier
with thi' glorfiuw victories in thunorch,
east and west' -should
leavo no room in
Democratic br .lasts "fur
a . Htnglo pang,
should stifle every. thoughf- of. ..disconjtenry
every word of Cixnpliiit, an I make tlera
look forward Wrth-.glad hope to the u'exi.
great battle St The .pinMsja whicMho cowr
plete defeat of tWfe-e 'Ha promised. . iltft
t o at tucre.ara gocga good Lcrai?cjjtajr'
guntlc'-riiannored .men, w hi J! "One
would judkK' subsisted soTelM. upon ' milk
gruul jfld.unspiceil vegetafo 'Bo'ups,n find
woiW..tlrl,with holy horWWroji Uib Ger
man's cielignt, tilut wurst, oKfin sjrnsag),
wliOjliowevcr, are not "satisfiqep wifti half,
thnjfl'bttrths, nor yet nine-tenths, of! the
political hog, b.ut griitnblo because thuy
didn't get it all at tLiia we.iir. not sur-
i '1 u.. a
imku. I Hinu vurncious vfj;uiinnia mo i
littlo egotistic, too, and profess to. know
ju.st exactly Irow tho vihoilo4 Jg'C'MiJidJiavo
iccu gotten. I hey have, and always Tiad,
a li:tle plat their.; own, which they are.
confident would have procured tho entire
earcas, and tint little plati consisted in
storming tho Republican hog-pen and ear-.
rying the porker off by main force,"' rather
than setting a trap for him aud capturing
all but his tail. Wo are not. prepared to say
that this plan would not have produced-tho
promised result, thatjt 'would havo been
better than strategy; but, certainly tho boit
that can bu said for it, , is, that ir might
havo done so and "it niii'Iit -havo been."
vv ii ut tinte mam mi nnwmwi wixiii-
would havo own is purely a mattiir'for
speculation' While it might havo called out
a fuller Democratic vote, it might havo
brought out a fuller Republican vote, and
it might also Have dra'wn pai?y lines so
strongly, that voters would ho divided
upon that line, and many Republicans who
voted the Democratic ticket on Tuesday,
would uM have douo so. Wo ropuat, that
tho results of a different policy on tho part
of tho central committees ljure, from that
which they pursued in tho lato - campaign,
can ouly he guessed at.. To assunio that
tho results of a different policy from that
pursued by the central committees and
their chairman and tho candidates, whok
their accusers to tho contrary notwithstand
ing, labored hard and steadily and long for
success, would have been better than those
obtained, and to condemn these gentlemen
for not adopting this different policy and
obtaining better results, is unfair, outrage
ously unfair. It is the rule of procedure in
Judgo Lynch's court: it is to punish with
out any other evidenco of guilt than simply
the opinion of tho accuser, to condemn
without trial, to baso accusation upon more
speculation. Wo havo spoken.
Tho repairs in tho Mothodist church are
about compluted and the usual services
will bo held thero to-day by Hev. Bcarritt.
Misses Mary and Ella Symth, of Ireland,
aro in flia city, visiting their undo and
brother, Messrs. Robert and. Will P.
" Rev. Cassiter, of t . Vernon occupies tho
pulpit of the Episcopal church to-day. Rec
tor Davenport is on a tour of his district.
In tho Presbyterian church tho usual
services taku place to-day, conducted by
Rev. II. Y. George.
Fatlier Murpliy crndurts services in St.
Patrick's chinch to-day at thu usual hour.
St. Joseph's church will bo open to-day
as usual and services will bo conducted by
Morning services and afternoon Sunday
school will be hold in tho Lutherian church
to-day, Pastor Sohuchardt olliciating.
Tho andienco which greVhrf amPiy
Dumpty" at Messrs. Ilydotfc 'Behnian's
tboat'te Jastf night, strained the capacity of
even that spacious piny house. Loud, long
aod vehement applause attended the
laughable contretemps, in which according
to; established tradition, the mischievous
Clown, the all prevailing pantaloon and
tho Hpriglilly Harlequin are. involved. As
presented by the Tony Denied combination,
lf"uiuffy Dumpty" loses none ot the funny
features which of old fixed its fune us tho
m!3t abid'rtg of popular pantomimes,
while much business that is new and
edually amusing, has been introduced into
tifu play.' The columbine ami Fsiry
Quocu are pretty ' and grace
ful, and the aotion throughout moves with
a rapidity and spirit at once refrtshing and
reiitaining. The tricks, which are many,
are all good, the tramdormation scene be
ing particularly happy and effective. Sup
plemental to the psntoinino, an enteuaive J
Variety entertainment is given, which pre
sents ninny excellent features and not a few
astonishing noyelties. Brooklyn Eagle.
Tony and his rollicking' troupo will en-
entertain at the Opera House, Tuesday
evening, November 14th. . '
Sinco my return from Florida I have
been asked so many questions cinicerniug
that state that I thought best to give you
in full for publication, just as it occurred.
A. conversation I had with Mr. .John F.
Dunn, of Ocala, Fla., learning Mr. Dunn to
be a gentleman of high integrity n 1 relia
ble in what he says, I asked him , the fol
lowing questions and wrote down his - an
swers in his own words, viz:
Q. "Mr. Dunn, I understand you Have
various tracts of good lands that you are
offering for sale?"
A- "Yes,.,j&uiu as tine; body of I
latins as inert itt iu ui.iuiitr. ... w.-
O. "Wliat is vour object iu seHim.' those
valqablo lands?" 'V.
A. "My reason is I wfslf to engagr?n at"-
bUsioea tnat would suit inoviivtttt ( I he
banking or real.estato business.) ipS" J
"0. I'Are yorr n ti irivc'of"thi'suit'e'J' -v.v
busioeia that would suit moviivttM,w (Thel
ST A. -t'hlWo'iie;d -htfte ntftfty airyifi-,
uot,tf m iQverft Pift ()f Uc time"1i&ve livd
on a.iarm wuieftenr.tliesjn'' to jtuiira- cor-
rectly.thi.sojt ofe Florida, aftdjjf 'jtir'crms
iiig roflifhutX'1 shoice ud parehtscd
Ague butjhjpst,:' . - "
ac'wivnn wyor rue ueauu. 01
-j 9 '
sctoourfllllw-yat, lVt' ftts'!fflt ' 4 serious
' ...a . r. . ..
niuure,4im.iw a grfjueT ojiteni ifian otner
sections. "Yith pfer cafe sickness can be
srV(iidod to a great -extent,, this has buen an
exceptional '-year lJkwicKuesiu every
statu,". .? -.i .
q,f)oyoff'cV.f feel likegivlig up Flo
rida for somo' other stite?"- '
A.,."No sir, L wouWjJmit leavu Florida
for any state I have seen, ami I have trav
eled over 2L sttjt'es.'' r
Q. '"Froni your expoaeuce what have you
' :- ... . I 7 4. . :
id say ot tne ingo cuiturffin titi coun-l
A..OM a a.
A. "No part of the state present butter
orange prospects. lean conceive of no
business that is 'pendent of naturo aud
seasons that gives so great an Income or
profit from a small investment."
(J. "What of the vegetable business in
this section anil.' near Ocala?"
A. "This like tho orange cuituro is a
new industry. Ho far as it has
kuiu.-Uied. noUiui''r.--n'rk.r even tho
promises so great a reward.
This seotion is peculiarly adopted to vege
table growing, tho Boil being rich, alluvial
and of a warm temperature."
(2;,"Vbnt do you think of Ocala being a
Railroad centre, and probable advance in
real estate over present values?"
A. "I think Ocala beiug located as it is,
ita rich section of country, is destined to
bo ono of tho largest and best business
towns in tho interior of Florida, ami being
centrally loc lt d between the Atlantic and
Gulf, and already has two railroads, I
think it destined to bo quite a railroad
centre; two' other lines ruuning South, viz:
tho Rowlands Bluff & Tampa and Jackson
ville & Peace Creek and Tampa Railroads,
projected lines have Ocala in their lino aud
will doubtless touch it when built, also
another proponed road across tho Feninsu-
a from Crystal river ou the Gulf, to St.
Augustine on tho Atlantic, passes Oscala;
with theso prospective improvements in
contemplation, and the great fertility of the
soil through this country, I think it safo to
say that good hammock lauds will advanco
200 or 800 pur cent over present prices in
the next few years."
tfio rtriVrtTcularly M?m-'corhf ifflr-
iu,n.iiriiSv'.'r yz-rfe- - t
AliVWMve--Mmfli 'fuVCJ lh,w iiertai
(J. "Mr, Dunn aro you acquainted with
tho twenty acres of orange grove belonging
I believe to Mr. Brown, milo from Oca
la oj Orango avenue, and are you in sny
way interested In said grove, what Is the
value of it?"
A. "I am acquainted with said grove,
(Brown and McKano grove), and have no
interest iu it financially or otherwise I re
gard the grovo as lino and promising grovo
as I havo ever seen ; the yield of fruit from
this grove tho next four years, will depend
upon tho cultivation of tho samo, and favor
ablo seasons. ' With proper cuituro and
propiteous seasons I think tho grovo might
safely be estimated to pay tho interest at
25 por cent per annum on $50,000 If I
owned tho property located as it is and in
tho flourishing condition ir is, with my
experience with groves would not take
less than $50,000 for it."
' Tho answers of Mr. Dunn tells all thero
is to bo told and may bn relied upon as
orrect. E. W.Gkken.
(The grovo alluded to in the abnve wag
purchased by Mr. Green, for less than $50,
000, but those figures as bo feels now
would bo required to induce him to sell
lie expects to leave for his new field of
labor about the last of the present month.
o'.lr In I'll" columu throa tlui-a or ! 25 cents
ouo insertion or f 1 .on p r week.
VoH HALK. V Slionlnuer I'artor Organ 5 oc-J-
Uvtt, 7 moim In iorf.:ct oroVr. Will tie nolil at
a narnain. Call on or addis-M tarn of Trthuoo.
.10R HUNT. Furuiidil room. Rb-y.-nth Ht.
and Wa'htDtun avenue. .MHr). FA K KALI.
4 NO ON K FEKKVnOAT Holt
f'-ut loni, 2i feet biam : wall carry Irtoon
hore wai;nui. Price four thousand iiul!arii For
information aiid-e W. A. TARE.
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