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HLiib-jSjmthM been captured Irr ■ KkAL fancy is to have the and WtOL** they call an “American charity at which only RtlJgood* are #oki . savers of Canada a mill ** court of the at Ottawa. ■PJmOOO a year to maintain the of France. They have W?*L* Fonda, Ga, a man 6 feet 3 whose reach between fin- his arms are UlLi. eleven feet. -nllflcted bv a small patch or *•, 87 >“*??; Br *£%(> tons of soot settles month- miles of London. K -ndlv said that there are but seven ■W monosyllable words in the Hr viz.: Scratched, stretch- BP*S\rSnched, screeched, squelch- Hy^gjinched. RP . r Oregon there is a forest 16,- extent, with an estimated B Kv mercantile timber of 400,000,- jit ten dollars j>er 1,000 feet WZI would pay our national debt E-tandred and fifteen servants is a ■ do the work of one house, BKTSe size of the staff of the Man- Edab Vew York, since it went into mansion. Waiters there are BStf-fiw dollars a month and board. W w Herr Japing, the hourly Renter failing over Niagara falls is BjjpQ tons, representing 16,000,000 BTnoaw, and the total daily produc- Brfwalinthe world would just about bto pomp water back again. ■Tpiri street extending from Neuilly Edbo*u lined with tumbledown ten- ILthaiare said to shelter more vice Equity than can be found in any E pjt in the world. The houses EfvkJ criminals. The street is C H the “Route de la Revolte.” I CROWN AND SCEPTER. R• " < Bifat queen of Italy is fond of attending listening to debates. Kiaid that the Grand Duchess of Saxe Ewoßsthe most perfect collection the world. kjHunbert has caused a gift of SIOO Kiauoeach child left an orphan by BlHter at Gibraltar. ■ !■! that the Princess of Waleo Bjrvcan the same dress twice. She Iptae hair, and her wigs are the finest boob.- of the Paris wigmaker’s art. Bkuther of the Italian quren is the Genoa, now a woman of sixty. Bpkangician of taste and ability, and Rfcinwof King Victor EmmanuePs nfctance Ferdinand. Bftnperor of Rossia has lately been Rife as all outdoor functions a sumptu liamUe of the richest violet velvet, Ris lined throughout with ermine laionwd with a splendid pr 3sementerie lid tad violet iag Carlos of Portugal is twenty * years old. He is a blond, unlike the ®ty of hiscoantfymen, and is a man hcation and of graceful bearing. He fa well, speaks French, and is a clever it in water colors. kitate bed of the last king of Poland lasde of Smyrna gold braid, embroid i# turquoises with verses from the *1 j** TO PPorta were of silver gilt, Koily chased, and profusely set with * arxi jeweled medallions. feminine fancies. jj**ifai the heroine of Lime Bock is a member of Sorosis. that Mrs. John A. was Pw^rthaUad*! 11 een * n riignontly handsome lady is Mrs. C. a daughter of ex-Governor <• Minnesota. C? Foster's wife and daughters Ptfck!*? Ve ® ln their quiet Fostoria china painting. Chartres, who is an ae> CTj at * r painter, designs own men us and lampshades. girls are the com |J®oDiai prizes of New York, as F famhonaires in wealth and rich in r^wactaon&. KJrid Kin^don who is now Mrs. l&Ufi. ** prettier, rosier and more KfehL m tr^ Cti 1 ve tkan ev er. and is PM l he palatial home she BTJ?® Bayard, who has just become Paod*n! Wen^ aupt * is a great lover Mgker own 58 ’ P° Sii ossea a fine KTS*** was obli ed to dis- Nfakfein recentl y * or drinking E his thilri g jf OT€s dinner. to ciffeas® and patience a w oe a virtue. Kj*,® Youug ’ of Fall River, K|f 4 and who was PMool UsaO-hO I^ 11 i iu Maßsa chusettß, Ejj. P°° r circumstances. K* wW^ ey han Australian girl KtiJ n 7 f e , at musical talent R College 0 '? M ar ? hipat the Lon l^dneli f \ lusic w hich entitles 00 for years. Rke, ofsilh? Mrs ' Mar g eret Hop- Kk^ ore - fii *t<er of Johns hulk of herprop- KE nS^ 1 many T he estate is valued EKa , abnS? whoms desi gn S h * Ch i“ <to BMhfaanaa T* rded Place and ao Her father is PB*San. anti her mother , ' ' -• ® u Perintendent, (P x'SH- j Another rtett* died 4bi mom on the JR* .?' .. i.'.-v; -5 Makaa IVoteof It j ’ Bead It oyer and over uL, .pe U %% aad dog It, tudl it llxid your mind, that Dr. Sage's OatarTh Rem edy is an infalible cure for chroui6 catarrh of the head, with all Its distressing comnli. cations. Impaired taste and smell q£6bd sive breath ringiug, noises In the head, defective heating, nose and throat alb ments, are hot only received, but positive ly and permently cured! This is no fancy of the imagination* but a hard, solid fact proven over and over again, and vouched tor, under a forfeiture of SSOO, by its manu factures, the World’s Dispensary Medical Association, -Buffalo, N. Y. “ A word to the wise is sufficient.” Florida Facts. W. M. Loftin has purchased from J W Dorr the Pensacola Journal. A movement is on foot at Leroy to organ ize a Knights of Pythias lodge. The Hard Rock Phosphate Company of Ocala has sold out lor $600,000. In balancing accounts for last month it is shown by the books oftheEist Apopka mills that there was a net profit of $160.- 99. Great numbers of fish throng the waters of kidian river this season. Boatmen often enjoy an extra fry by having a frisky pompano jump into their boat while sail ing. J. W. Mangum is taking a census of Lake county, together with important statistics bearing upon thfr sanitary condition of the same, in the interest of the state board of health. $ H Mclivaine ofthe firift of Mcllvaine, Week & Cos., of Gainesville, engaged in the business of sinking wells, has made what lie regards as a remarkable discovery, and may prove to be natura l gas. He has just sunk a well four miles east of Fort White Aaer going through eighty feet of clay hard rock was struck, under which, after having been penetrated perhaps a foot, the drill struck a subterranean passage and im mediately the gas, or whatever it may be, forced its way to the top of the pipe, rising with great force, makings hissing noise and bringing up quantities of mud and water, emitting an ordor like that of gas. The bonds election at Leesburg last Fri day resulted in an overwhelming majority in favor of issuing $4,000 in bonds to build a public schoolhouse. The vote stood 70 for 4 against. The steamer Sadie, purchased by the Tampa Phosphate Company at a cost of SB,OOO, for the purpose of towing their bar fires to and from the Alafia river, arrived at Tampa Monday. Thedruggists desire us to publish the following testimonial as they handle the remedy and believe it to be reliable: I bought a 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm and applied 4t to my limbs, which have been afflicted with rheumatism at intervals for one year. At the time I bought the Pain Balm I was unable to walk. I can truthfully say that Pain Balm has completely cured me. R. H. Farr, Holy wood. Kan. Mr. A. B. Cox, the lead ing druggist at Holywood, vouches for the truth of the above statement. May 6-1 m To Dispel Colds, Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the sys tem effectually, yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when the blood is impure or sluggish, to permanently cure habitual con stipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening tbem, use Syrup of Figs. Deafness Can’t be Cured by local applications, as they cap not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by inflamed condition of the mucous lining ol the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in flamed condition ot the mucons surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that we cannot core by taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free. F. J. Chenby & Cos., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75 cents. May 6 1-m GO TO BAIL, BEOS. & DEMILLY FOR DRY GOODS, SHOES, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, CLOTHING ani CHOICE GROCERIES FOUR TRIAL NUMBERS. With great premium offers, on receipt of 10 Cent* and address of 10 RanrtleA Ladle*. Only 60 cent# 4 year. Bett Monthly in the world tor the WOMAN’, WON*. *fc ?j**, Georgia. Jan " w FLORIDA WINE nox Maw Lls wd Aadalasla Vise yards- -BADMBMB l! jfo ffgg L£ “ single ot oottle 0.Q to 0.60 HAUT “ “ case of W qt. hot. S.SO —— HOCK Same prloeaa Awternes “ = BHKRHT (toe cooking) Vmg&m ----- P ° Kr '°-“ Case* of 91 pbd of any of tb* ab&re $1 extra. Pure Wine Vinegar (white sad •§) ti dsntfa par gallon. WlaebrtiM!• delivered is 1 to ftgaßoa All tbss* Co.’a iroam. <*t, R% WK .; .4 tl IIdV,, •< II r v r—t. - y-- -nr* ’ f** A * A o /i tr * C 1 an r QN f'i j ‘■ip#*- . ■ I >. dj££iisK l J m-MLHHk - faisgmr CROWN AND acEPTEB. Pon>- h ““ 40 ** b.i£ l oY£S. Vic * or ' who wlu no " rU a wom * n “ w me poor in her name. An English journal is authority for the tatement that at an exhibition of women’s SSSST Glasgowr^ro? Set 5 ’ and a blue and worked fe y Queen Victoria were on view. thC atrikin S figures in the Rus- at L Gatschiua i®. the great Dan- This WhlC , h the czar,s Norite dog. 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The NATIONAL is the best and cheapest letter file ever made. Over 75,000 Nationals now in use. Manufactured only by JOHN MORRIS COMPANY, 118 and 120 Monroe St., Chicago. In ordering, state the price or size. Larue Cabinets at the same proportionate prices. Send for nr illustrated catalogue if yon want a larger one. fHi Forum '- - \ “ Tl*e Foremost Periodical for Thongfatful Readers.” Its range is fairly indicated by the following Table of Contents of the December Humber. . THE GOVERNMENT OP AMERICAN CITIES. Asdkiw D. Whit*.— Wherein European cities are hotter governed than oars ; the danger-place in our political system and the remedy. CITY GROWTH AND PARTY POLITICS. William M. Springer.—The Increase of urban over ru ral population as shown by the census • how this increase is advantageous to the Democrats. THE STABILITY-OP THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. ulks Sincn, of the French Senate.—A review of domestic and foreign influences, favorable and unfavorable to the Republic; a hopefal outlook. FAMILY STOCKS IN A DEMOCRACY. President C. W. Eliot, of Harvard.—Democratic society favorable to the perpetoation of families ; a study of American conditions therefor. DOBS CHINA MENACE THE WORLD t President W. A. P. Martin, of the Imperial Tung Weng College, China.—Why the tendency of Chinese life forbids fear of competition. THE HUMANITIES. Major .W. Powell.—The first of a series of articles to show that the theory of biological evolution fails when applied to sociolog.. FORMAITVE INFLUENCES. Archdeacon F. W. Farba An au obiographical essay, following similar ones by Prof, ohn Tyndall, W. E H. Lecky, Frederic Harrison and other noted men. SPEED IN RAILWAY TRAVEL. Prop. R. H. Thurston.—The possibilities of 200 miles an hour wi h steam ; why electricity is likely to supersede steam. ARMOR FOR WAR SHIPS. Comhander F. M. Barber, of the U. S. Navy. NOTES ON GHOSTS. Andrew Lano. PITY. GENUINE AND SPURIOUS. Frances Power Cobbe. Among the features of The Forum lor ISDI will be: RESULTS OF THE CENBUB. A series of articles by Gen. Francis A. Walker; RESULTS OF THE LATEST RESEARCH and of the most recent ACHIEVEMENTS In all IMPORTANT LINES OF WORK in SCIENCE and In INDUSTRY, by specialists; POLITICAL DISCUSBION3, by tbe lead ers of opinions in the United Btates, and by foreign statesmen ; SHIBBOLETHS OF THE TIME, a series or critical examinations of popular opinions, by W. 8. Lilly, the British essayist; AUTOBIO ORAPHICAL ESSAYS, a series to which some of the most noted men of the time, American and Brftlsta have already <!ontrlbirfed; DISCUSSIONS OF SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS PROBLEMS IN THE UNITED STATES ; LITERARY ARTICLES, discussing the tendencies of literary work along all directions of activity, by the foremost critical writers. 500. a copy. THE FORUM, New York. $5.00 a Tar. Sntecrißtionstatenln dull with this paper. Special intemeiits to m subscribe r W. L. DOUGLAS 3.!'- SHOE Best in the World. Awarded the medal far superior quality of material and proficiency In wormanehlp over all other shoe exhibits, by the Mae-achosette Charitable Me chanic** Association, Boston, 1890. (hr aa Genuine ■ $3.00*“ Sewed. tpD.UO Hand-Sewed Ah I <hA CABeet <hA AA Hand-Sewed kPGUU Donaola. $4.00 Welt Shoe. dirt AAExtra s3^0 P ° lIe FVA d . r 4>G.UU Value. <hO CA HU Value \ Jfl£; $1.75 MISSES. For BOYS Ut TOOTHS. $2.25JT.*i £•*. $2 & $1.75 $2.00 o ** -w TST*. BCHOOI, SHOBS W. L. Bsadu Shoes iui Qsutl—Sirm M made In Congress, Button and Lars, else 5 to lLlSidlna hlSWEendiSiSa4iiß At}b* ot toe. Boys’ sixes lto A Id, and youth’s 11 to IS -14 %jy^FSjJJJJJJfiii 00, ts.YO and f 1.00 Shoes Iter Ladles its made In ‘•Om>d lllag-MfS5 4-I- wbeTo.riwr.dMl (rleo*. Ml him gjaa&iag JTgww* rslne for Bis money than any other make in V*iftd,lif; “*“ ,ow “ “• "• •• “*• I®** 4 * WL Ms Mis jripisNh >iiw IMPARIIVG VIGOR *b* U4ayi, bla4dr and Uva* Ih*y *rt adaptsd f old sr ysuf. BQLPEVEBYWHEBB. FOR LADIES* SHOES Try *** b*itl* usd yon will us Mtthsr Polish for your Ihoss. Only Shoo Drss> • ■lag erer award* odo Oliver Mode" /grtlMl'** siiuh\i E ab h % aa ooq \Jp r 17 ; • **s*aflU^^Cgj***v . 'l ii ■—gggggg—fnii nmmmmmot |E|nr ?.°* sssi 1 v* iSSr AGENTS ™ Brashes, Carlers, A Medicine. Hamples fYee Writ* now. Dr. Bridgman, 871 Br'dwyyS- Y. r. nacox, rtaMMimaivM. Writodkr bMfcedfnahnnS. r PARKER'S HAIR BALBAM Olmmm sad beantUWs the hah ' fMia* a bomriaat growth. Hrrer Valla to Restore Orey &A i &£S9I&ISSZ • Joc.aodtl.ooeS Dnmbts^ BOILING WATER OR MdUC E P P S’S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING,' COCOA LABELLED Id LB, TINS ONLY. Feb. 18-lm eddrem to the 0. B. HIBE3 OQ. Philadelphia, Pi FOUTZ’S NORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS Wo Horse will die of Colic. Bots or Lcwe Fm ter. If Foam's Powders-sre mod in time. Fostzt Powders will cure and prevent Hoe Cholera. Foots* Powders will prevent Gapes nr Fowls. Fonts* Powders will Increase the quantity of milk and cream twenty per cenL, and make the batter firm and sweet. Foote* Powders will cure or prevent almost svebt Disease to which Horses and Cattle are anbject. Fotrrr's Powders will errs Satisfaction. Sold everywhere. DAVID jl TOUTS, Proprietor, BAXTIXORX, XD. Sold by W. A, RAWLS, Tallahassee, Fla. iil To cure Biliousness, Sick Headache, Consti pation, Malaria, Liver Complaint*, take the sale and certain remedy, SMITH’S BILE BEANS Hm the SMALL Sise (40 little Beans to the bottle). They are the most convenient. ■nitebl* tor U Arm. Prleo of cither else, age, per Bottle. KISSINR TIMO^R ruywiiiUiuMi,i.(wmiuM. J.F.SMITN46tJ(aknor u RIXJEBKAXS,”ST.ItIIS MO. Gfeo. S. Hacker & Son, Charleston, 8. C. r. *- - MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, —AND— BUILDING! MATERIAL. Largest Factory Bouth. Low Prices and Good Material. 5 ly JOSEPH DUNCAN, UNDERTAKER Dealer in all kinds of Marbles and Granites, Monuments. Headstones, Etc. Monroe Street, opposite Leon Hotel. May 10, 1888-ly jd LEON LUMBER COURT Near Ice Hons*. * UanuTAOTonnaa aim nnaians zx ail liras of imei, Dreeaed and Undroeeed. FKA9XING, FLOORING, CEILING, NOVLHHM, * c *“ > “ T t A iYSSi^ And all kinds of Novelties in Wood Fudahtapa. Cypress Shingle*. The patronage of all bnildert, contractor* aadl coneomera of lumber. In large or small quantities respectfully solicited. R. CAY, Y‘"lg^r Lumber,Lmk t <>“ “ and W* March lat, until further . Um, 1 will deliver Merchantable lumber, m> where wifeMa corporate Umita of Tallaltaaeoe^ 914 per Thousand Feet. A J. FISH, Mwch 1-1888 Qotfntter w d lirixS 4 Sail StaMß Si, uMvi'."* f 1 ’ !'• ; o*j • T. J. ROBERTS & SON, (Succeaoore to 1L M. Oobb,) At the popular old stand, on Adama atnal. tmt north of tho Capitol, will continue to run FIRST-CLASS LIVERY STABLE, SAPDLB HOBfIBS, BUGGDBB, OABBIAGBB, dKL FDBNIBHBD on shobt None*. ** ° ar ®hn being to please me public, wo tm ' pectfbllr solicit their patronage. July l, 188T-Iy EUREU MACHINE SHOPS ABB PBEPABED TO DO Engine, Machine Work AND Min Stone Dressings nr FIRST-CLASS STYLE. —ALSO— PLUMBING. Gas and Steam Fitting: Agents for DeLoaoh’s Saw and Grin Mills. Plans and Specifications furnished on application. TALLAHASSEE, FLA March 18,18®0-ly. RAZORS Made SHARP by CROOIL bargains LEON COUNTY LANDS, &e. W*iSKJKJtS 2 State; also, CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY at low prices and easy terms. For further**- formation, Description aqd Pricelist, apnlw J. T. BERNARD, SON A OCX, HT Office in Marine Bank building ne* of Monroe and Clinton Streets. Tnllshta see, Fla. We are also Land Agenta tor the FLORIDA SOUTHERN BAHTAT QL 4,000,000 ACRES, will sell in quantities to suit pnrchsMßE May 18,1877. ■ *d**T^ STEAMER, BELLE OF SGTAIIEK.!? OF— Suwannee Birer Trans. Ooipany’s Lilt Narigatlng the Famous and Pie* turaqiis §*waa*M Birer, Between Luraville and Cedar Key. Leaves Branford for Ce dar Key, Tneadaya, 6 a m. Leaves Cedar Key, Wed nesdays, 3 p. m. Arrive Branford, Thurs days, 13 m. Leaves Branford for Luraville, Fridays, 8 a m. Leave Luraville, Sat urdays, 8 am. For farther Information apply to W. 8. IVEY, Beep, ini Ttmul, BrasfaWU Vta, 1 uiji .v MlttH ASM, ri .**.oo fg 2 . j £ t“ If 2 5S bo li SiSifiLdil 11* 0) I*l % u y?jKtit *jr. r *3rs? ‘ jjj a x - M Plq H. It * large trial bottle: ■* • Also, Tnatuese Ipusasy DON'T SDIVIe tit Ull I uir,ii|ii Ml ttlfl Sna 3 Close connection* wttfe 8. F. A W. By. at BtaM ford and F. C. A P. h, at Cedar Key. Through freight nfar to all points North and East. Excursion Rate* tS parties of 10 and over. Touches'the HuMrtt Paradise.