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Fla., January 2,1892. !UA^U3llt'. rJTHegular me .a sof Jackson Lodge ijt l are held on .-c -list and third Mondays each iiontb at 8 o’clock **. M. 10 W. M. McINTOSH, Secretary. pLOKI DA R. A. No. 1, Meet!> on the ‘id and 4th Mondays in each month, 8 o’clock P. M. S. A. Wacchops, Secretary. 1. O. O. F. rr Regular meetings of Leon Lodge No 5 ’ e held every Tuesday Evening, at their Lodee Room, at 8 /clock. All Brothers in good •taudineare invited o attend. * uu JOHN BURKHARDT, N. Q. JOJEFH DCNCAN, R. S. - • rr Regular meetings of Aucilla gycAMrtr.'ii No. 2, are held the first and third Thursday Ere iino of each month, at their iodee Room, at 8 o’clock. AM Patriarchs in rood standing are invit ed to at.l end. * OOU JOHN BURKIIARDT, C. P. W. H. Chanckt. Scribe. T 1 kteokologica l. Hec.rd "f Temperature at Tallahassee F.oroda jor the past week. n->a- ations taken by W. A. Rawls, Drng u gist and Pharmacist.) 7 a.m. 2 p.m 9p.m TV,. Qn— 68 64 50 v 34 62 48 '1 _ 46 68 63 ... 48 68 63 Mi. C. J. Collins lias returned to Mari etta. to. Ueu. J. E. Yonge and wife spent the holiday> a Tallahassee. E. A Iloustoun and A. McMahon spent the holidays in Jacksonville. Shaving supplies, cigars and bath r( „, m s a’ Freeland's barber shop. Oi. W. I). Eallantine has been among h - aiattv Tallahassee friends this week. Mr-- D- S. Walker and Miss Courtney Walker are guests oi Mrs. A. W. Cockrell in Jacksonville. h), (P - Wilson lias moved his dental parht> the * nice recently occupied by P:. 11. A. Shine. Mrs. lh.-hert 11. Bradford of Mount Pie.isant has been vidling Iriends in Tal lahiiv'ei this w-vk. Harry R.;: jbs is home again and has cot.l a p.)*:•)• >n at the Florida Central ha 1 Peninsular stop-. H - IT'.- are ’purely vegetable, per lecbv lo.rmies-. edd ’bve, but do not cause pain or gripe. 1 sure to get Hood’s. MU- F ora A. Henderson and Miss Maggie WY.li on- lav • been visiting Mrs: ,T. Ib Table it< in .l.e-k-onville this week. Mis- Lilian C. Bed, one of Jacksonville’s prettiest and mo-t accomplished young ladies, is expected to arrive in Tallahassee to-morrow od a visit to her sister, Miss M. L E. Bell, executive stenographer. Whooping cough, croup, -ore throat I sudd' n colds, and lung troubles peculiar to ! children, are easily controlled by promptly administering Ayer’s Cherty Pectoral. This remedy is sale to lake, certain in its action, and adopted to all constitutions. Miccosukie Lodge No. 44, F. and A. M. has elected officers for the ensuing year as follows; Rev. L. W. Moore, W.M.; Charles W. Gnimlin, S. W.; Walter R. Biake, J. M.; 11. C. Ililliugs'y, Treas urer: I. Arnold Smith, secretary: J. E. Luten. S 1).: J. W. Collins, J. I).; P. R. Baum, S. S. ; J. M. Hines, J. S ; W. T. Taylor, Tyler. * Beginning Monday', January 4, tickets be on ->i!e at all stations on the Flori da Central and Peninsular railway f-r teachers and members to attend ihe State Teacher- Association, which will he in ses sion at Jacksonville January 5 to 8 inclu sive, at greatly reduced excursion rates, good *o return until January 17. Each applicant for these low rates must have a cerMneate irom his county superintendent. The Metropolis says that: Congress man X. Castles, wife and daughter. Winter in Tallahassee. Captain Castle- represents St. Paul and .Minne apolis and lias half a million people in his district. The di-tiict has been strong ly repul.li<-an. Captain Castles turned it Wioin side uj. and received aHiandsome democratic majority. He m ver has been defeated in a political campaign and has been elected to the senate from a repub lican district time and again. Captain Castles is a prominent lawyer of Minne- His home is in Stillwater, and he ■svery popular in both the large cities of ki* district, lie is said to make a rattling stump speec h or a brilliant argument be fore a court. His practice is large and Profitable. Doctors? Pshaw, take Beecbam’s Pill For Flue Clears Graverly's tobacco, call at the drug Lively. For Sale. v, e Green A. Chaires residence on Conroe street, Tallahassee. For terms 111(1 particulars apply to R. A. Shine. ,°k Sale Cheap —A lot of fine young p*'** B ail( l mules, just received, at J. C. 48111 per's livery stable. Keeley Institute, located at Pa- * ? is a branch of the Dwight Kati lose afflicted with the £ r opium, cocaine and tobacco hab- M **Pould investigate. Kli* Ur 5 x P erience covers many ills, many man y bills. Our ills are smaller w ® use De Witt’s Little Early M * 8 - Sold by M. Lively. bnen goods, felts, figured silks WorV. w 8 an( l all materials lor fancy *at Mi BB Stephenson’s. Mr. Clarence W. Maxwell was among the prominet visitors to Tallahassee this week. Loaded shells, empty shells,brass shells and Winchester cartridges, at L. C. Yaeger’s. Among the prominent citizens of Jack sonville here this week were C. M. Cooper, Jas. A. Marvin and Chas S. Adams. Miss Marion Lucas of Jacksonville was visiting her uncle and aunt, Major and Mrs. A. J. Russell this week. She re turned home yesterday. Mr. W. L. Betton, of the firm of Bet ton & Wenderath, architects, Philadel phia, is home on a visit to his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Goo. W. Betton. The popular Leon will be open for the reception of guests Monday. Manager Ball is adding many attractive features which will delight northern tourists. Mr. C. 11. Blackwell is having a large sail boat built at Apalachicola. It will be used as a pleasure boat at St. Teresa. Its name will be “Tallahassee Belle. ” The many friends of Mr. B. C. Mudge, president of the La Pierre Phosphate company, will be pleased to know that he has recovered from his recent illness. Judge Ililton is adding improvements to his property across the street from the Floiudi.vn office. He has had anew side walk laid and Mr. I). MacLachlan has plumbed the building for him and put in gas fixtures. Betrothed Our Israelitish friends gathered at the residence of Mr. S. Cot ner Thursday' evening to celebrate the betrothal of his daughter. Miss Hannah, to Mr. Israel Boxhorn of Selma, Ala. They were splendidly entertained. A record to be proud of is that made by Mr. W. M. Mclntosh, Sr. He has been chief clerk in the state comptroller's office for more than thirty years, and has just been elected for the twenty-fourth consecutive year to be secretary of Jack fon Lodge No. 1. F. and A. M. The twenty-tilth volume of Harper’s Bazar will begin with the number for Jan uary 2, 1892. This number will contain the opening chapters oi anew serial by Walter Besant entitled “The Ivory Gate ” also a charming Knickerbocker story; “Tin- First Foot.”by Agnes Gan Sage, illustrated by Rosina Emmet Sherwood. That standard railroad paper fotmcrly known as “The Locomotive Engineer is how issued in new form, 4 columns, LG pages, under the name ol “Locmoiive En gineering,” with the combined woik of Angus Sinclair, formerly of the “Car Builder,” and John A. Hill, of the old paper, who have become its proprietor-. It is one oi the best railroad journals published. Jackson Lodge No. 1, F. and A. M., has elected officers for the ensuing year as follow-,: AY. Master. Dugal MacLachlan: Senior Warden, 11. V. 11. Schrader: Junior Warden, Phil. T. Roberts; Treas urer, Robert Ramble: Secretary, W. M. Mclntosh, Sr.; Senior Deacon, J. R. Cohen; Junior Deacon, 11. F. Yaußrunt: Senior Steward. Geo. I. Davis; Junior Steward, AY. 11. Clark; Tyler, AV. 11. Chancey. Florida Royal Arch Chapter No. 1 has elected officers for the ensuing year us follows: High Priest, Dugal MacLachlui; Kin. r , AV. P. Denham; Scribe, L. B. Wombwell: Treasurer, Robert Gamble; Secretary, AV. M. Mclntosh, Sr.: Cap'am of Host, AV. M. Mclntosh, Jr.; Royal Arch Captain, Phil. T. Roberts: Principal S-'journer, Chas. Munro : Master Ist Veil, J. B. Collins; Master 2d Veil, E. E. Philbiiek; Master 3d Veil, T. J. Roberts; Tyler, AV. 11. Chancey. Madame Henry Greville's superb nov els hold a deservedly high rank. They are among the finest romances extant, an 1 possess extraordinary interest while displaying great power, a thorough knowledge of human nature, rare (lo se r ptive, ability and a vein of humor as keen as it is enjoyable. One of the best is "The Princess Roubine; or, Nadia's Vow of Love and Heroism," just pub lished in Petersons' New Twenty-five Cent Series of ch- iee fiction, which now numbers one hundred volumes and a complete list of them will be sent to any address, and when not to be had of your bookseller, copies will be sent by mail on receipt oi retail price by T. I). Peterson & Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa. Among the arrivals at the St. James this week were J. C. McKee of Atlanta, J. C Grrs, Lecomp’e, Lt.; C. It. King, Lake City; C. M. Cooper, Chas. S. Jacksonville; E L Crawford, Philadelphia It A Bucon, Columbus, Ga.; J VV Malone, Quincy; AV G Denham, Mouticello; W M Morris, Pinhook; T AV Daly, New York. F L Jacobs, Philadelphia; B B Bainutn Maron county; Jas A Marvin, Jacksonville! AV D Ballauline, Fernandina; J Hampton Jones, Callahan; Geo A Maxwell, Dela ware; C AV Maxwell, Jacksonville; II H Emmons, Lake City; E J Triay, Jackson ville; John W Weed, New York; John C. Ross, Leon county; W E Craig, Pensacola; Jas P DePass, Lake City; W C Guthrie, St Louis ; A T Hearin, Mobile; A W Wakes, Chipley. A Pleasing Senee Of health and strength renewed and of eare and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmooy with nature to effectually cleanse the system when cos tive or bilious. For sale in 50 cent and $1 bottles by all leading druggtsts. Corn sheller’s for $3, at L. C. Yaeger’s. THB WEEKLY FLORIDIAN, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ANDREW JACKSON RECEPTION. A Grand Ball to be given at the Ponce February 4. A Nashville newspaper announces that the date of the grand Andrew Jackson reception to be given at St. Augustine has been fixed for February 4. The offi cers of the Ladies’ Hermitage Association have received communications from many quarters showing that great interest is felt in the entertainment. It will be given lit the famous Ponce de Leon, and it will be the great national social event of this season. Mr. Henry M. Flagler, will donate to the association the use of the hotel, the music and ;the supper. He has instructed his manager to spare no expense or effort to make the event eclipse any that has pre viously been given at this magnificent hotel, the finest in the world. The national character of the entertainment is already assured, as many prominent people in different parts of the country have signified their intention of being present. Mrs Presi dent Harrison, Mrs. Vice-President Mor ton, Col. and Mrs. A. K. McClure of Phil adelphia, Mrs. John Lucas of Philadel phia, Col. and Mrs. W. I). Chipley of Pensacola, Mrs. Ellen Call Long of Talla hassee, have accepted invitations to be come patronesses and will attend. Many prominent newspapers have already called their readers’ attention to the affair. The New York Herald wrote last week to the general agent of the society, Mrs. C. P. Wright of Nashville for det ails of the entertainment, promising to give it liberal advance notices. The Ponce will be opened January 19, and by the date of the hall the season will he at its height. It is expected that a large party will at tend from Nashville, enough to fill sev eral coaches. The reduced winter rates have already gone into effect, and a ves tibuled train daily connects Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Tinj rates at the Ponce will be $5 a day and upward, and for tiie accommodations furnished it is the cheapest house in America. At the Alcazar, in the same park enclosure, and run by tlie same management, the rates are 84 a day and upward. ■tetter and Hotter “Lftt'-r Mian grandeur. tie tier than go :<f Hotter Mian ra k a !'• >i* 1, 1- a lioaltiiv body, a mil and a; e■- . Aud mtuple jdttasiire? that uhvavs , a-e." To get and keep i iieaUiy body, use Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medic .'. Discovery, u rem edy designed to not only cure all disease of the throat, lungs and client, but keep the body iu a tin roughly lieuuhy condi tion. It era.lie tie- ail impurities ftom the !*lo<>d, in.d overcome** Indlgt sth.-n and Dyspepsia; Blotches, I’anphs and erup tions disappear under its use, and your mind can he “at ease” as to your health. Tlie Musician*’ Guide Every music teacher, student or music lover should have this volume. It con tains 212 pages ot valuable musical infor mation, with full description of over 10,000 pieces of music and music books, biographical sketches of over 150 com posers, with portraits and other illustra tions. Also a choice selection of new vocal and instrumental music and other attractive features. Upon receipt of eight two-eent stamps, to prepay post age, we will mail free, a copy of The Musicians' Guide, also a sample copy.of Brainard’s Musical World, containing $2 worth of new music and interesting reading matter. Address The S. Brain ard’s Sous Cos., Chicago, 111. Full line of plow gear at L. C. Yaeger's. Arbor Day Proclamation State of Florida i Executive Department. The season again approaches when wc may avail ourstlves of the opportunity winch the adoption ol a beautiful custom presents, to adorn our grounds: Therefore, I, Francis P. Fleming, gover nor of the state of Florida, do hereby ap point Wednesday, the ljili day ol January A. I). 18*42, to he Arbor day. And I reccommend on that day throughout the state the planting ol ornamental trees and shrubs to further beautify our public grounds. Especially is the proper ob-erv mice of the day, together with pleasing and appropriate ceremonies, urged upon our public schools. Iu testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and have caused the Great Seal of the State to he affixed, at Tallahassee, the Captital this 22d [ls.] day of December, A. I). 1891, and ol the Independence of the United States the hundred and six'eeutli year. Francis P. Fleming, Bv the Governor, Attest: John L. Crawford, Secretary ot State. Peach preserves and mince meat by the pound, at Ball Bros. A; Demillv’s. All kinds of farm and garden imple ments at L. C. Yaeger's. The Constantine house is growing in popularity. Among the arrivals there this week were fourteen members of Cran dall, Clark & Hake’s minstrels, P. T. RoL erts, Geo. A. Davis, Mr. McLaughlin, S. S. Wilson, city ; J. Donovau, Chicago; B. S- Driggs, W. H. Horkins, T. D. Thrash, At lanta; A. W. Cockrell, Jacksonville; P M. Osgood, New York ; fourteen members Two Johns ComeJy Company, J. C. Nor ris and wife, Denver, Col.; L. Steinhardt, New York ; A. S. Mann and wife, Miss Grace Mann, Jacksonville; R. A. Stinson* Columbia, Ala.; W. R. Akus, Baltimore ’ C. M. Bainbtidge, New York ; V. Walter, Toronto; T. F. Ferrell and wife, Hamp shire, 111.; John R. Savage, D. Rosenbam, New Orleans. Fresh lot of Brunswick breakfast beacon and sugar cured shoulders, Just received at Ball Rros, & Demilly. FIRST CLASS AMUSEMENTS. Tlie Minstrel Show, Crandall, Clark & Hake’s minstrels play ed at Munro’s opera house last Saturday night to only a moderately fair house. They presented a very entertaining pro gram and were frequently applauded. The minstrel part of the performance was only ordinary but the special features were real good. Prof. Hake is a wonderful contor tionist, and to see the intricate and per plexing knots he tied himself into was alone well worth the price of admittance. The songs and dances were also very good. One of the most entertaining features was the acting mechanical figures. The Two John*. Munro’s opera house was crowded Tuesday night, the attraction being the Two Johns Comedy company—one of the best of the season. The acting was way up in high G and hard to turn down. The play was a button-burster. The two fat Johns were the best heavy-'weight actors that ever played before a Tallahassee audience. Their combined weight is nearly GOO pounds, hut they got there Eli aud kept everybody in a roar of laughter. The songs and dances were superb—Prof. Lince’s basso solos being extra fine. The Cassie sisters are grace ful dancers and were repeatedly encored. It is a strong company and one that will please the most fastidious audience. Coming Attraction!*. Some of the best companies of the day are booked to play at Munro’s opera house this month. There ingoing to be a perfect round of first-class performances. We'll print the list and you do the rest. Pick out the plays you wish to see and secure seats early, for there is going to be a rush. Take the Floridian’s ad vice and don't miss buying tickets for to night. “Tom’s Vacation" is a most enter taining musical comedy medley. Who will play it ’ Why Kay L. lloyce. He is one of the greatest favorites that ever visited Tallahassee, and we are pleased to announce that he and his ex cellent company will appear at Munro's opera house to-night. His success in New Orleans last week is well described by the Times-Demoerat as follows: “Avery large and highly amused audi ence witnessed Ray L. Royee's company in a three-act farce called •’Tom's Vaca tion.” Mr. Rovre us Tom Dasliwood gave a most amusing performance, espe cially in his eharaetei impersonations. He is a comedian <piaint in his way, and kept his audience convulsed while he was on the stage. Charles liowitz was laugh able as the census enumerator and gave some clevi r imitat ions. The Kitty Per kins of Jessie Lindsay was good and her Spanish dance was well received. The rest of the east was satisfactory. Ia fact ii is one of the best performances that has l>eeu given at the People’s since its open ing. It is not out of place to compliment the orchestra, Kenyon Jones, director.” McCabe A: Youiijj’i* Minstrels. Are well-known in Tallahassee. They have been here before and always played to good houses. They will appear at Munro's opera house Monday night, January 4. Several new features have been added this season and the company is much stronger than ever before. The street parade will of itself be quite an attraction. Reeve*’ Opcru-BoulTc. The attraction booki and lor Tuesday night, January 5, is Reeves’ Engl sh Opera-Bouffe Company iu Munroe’s Satire on Goethe’s immortal poem, “ Faust.” This company carry actors who can act and siugers who can sing. They present an elaborate pro duction with grand scenic effects. You mustn’t miss seeing “ Faust.” PoMHlble Attraetlouw. Clair Tuttle has spoken for January G and 7 but has n >t yet entered into eon tract for those dates. This company play that great western comedy “The Mountain Princess," and it is to he hoped they will come, for they are highly com mended by the press. The Bijou Thea're company is also down for January 13 and 14. but con tracts are not yet signed The FauioiiM Jauaiiftcliek. And her excillent company are bool el for January 21. They will play the “Har vest Moon.” It is not often that such a high grade company comes to Tallahas see and the demand for tickets will begin early. Al. <4. Field The king ol minstrel men, will be here with his powerful company January 28 Whenever Al. Field comes to Tallahassee the ‘Standing room ooly” card is run cut early in the evening. More extended no tice9 will he given in later issues of the Floridian. How’s Tills! We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Cos., Props , Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J Cheney for the last 15 years, aDd believe him perfectly honorable iu all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. You may cough and cough and cough and cough and cough but you will not, if you take De Witt’s Cough and Consump tion Cure. Sold by M. Lively. Order or tlie Iron Hall. At a meeting held December 9th in Lo cal Branch No. 1105 Order of the Iron Hall the following officers were elected for the next term. Past Chief Justices—E. B. Clark P. T* Roberts. Cashier—Arvah Hopkins. Accountant—Sieg. Diamond. Adjuster—H. L. Ball. Prelate—Chas. Hopkins. Herald—J. Burkhardt. Watch—R. A. Rozear. Vidette—W. F. Oldenburg. Trustees —T. J. Roberts C. A. Bryan, L C. Yaeger. Local Medical Examiner—Dr. E. E. Philbrick. The above branch was established in this place by Deputy Supreme Justice George Vincent March 14th, 1890, with seventeen charter members. The roll book of member ship shows now forty eight members, of which forty are in good standing. The good the order has done since established will be seen from the following state meut of members of this branch who have drawn sick benefits at the rate of 825 per week: Peter Lundquist, Jacksonville... SSO 00 W. H. Freeman, city 25 00 W. I. Winchester, Brunswick 25 00 L. C. Yaeger, city 50 00 C. C. Butler, Jacksonville 25 00 Fritz Ledock, city 125 00 J. Burkhardt, city 25 00 R. A. Rozear, city 25 00 P. D. Demilly, city 50 00 S. W. Costa, city 50 00 C. A. Whitlock, city 25 00 J. A. Simon, New York 25 00 Total SSOO 00 And two more claims at SSO each are still pending. This is an order in which a member does not have to die to receive a benefit. 17 assessments will be called for the year 1892, amounting to 42.50 for every member who is insured for SIOOO.OO and the order pays $lO 000 to every member including benefits after the elapse < 17 years. Each member who belorgs to the order sixty days and holds membership certifi cate lor SIOOO.OO, is entitled to $25.00 weekly benefits when taken sick, certified to by the attending physician. The order at large is in a tlourish ing condition. The present membership amounts to 08,000; lias paid since estab tabiished 52,741 claims amounting to $5,610,251.54; and Las a grand reserve fund of nearly two and u half million dollars. “From Hie M ouiitaluM to the Gull “ Ls the title ot one of the most attractive and valuable advertising mediums ever is sued by a southern railroad. It comes to the Floridian with the compliments of Col. B. W. Wrenu, generai passenger and ticket agent of the East Tennessee, Vir ginia and Georgia rail way, accompanied by two very pretty hangers advertising the unequaled set vice offered by the “Cincin nati Vestibule” aud the “Ohio Special,’, giving a double daily service in both di_ reef ions between Cincinnati and Florida, which is unequaled for speed and comfort by anything heretofore offered to ilie trav cling public who journey between the West and Florida. The book is elegantly printed, hand somely illustrated and enclosed in illumi nated covers printed in eight colors, with a picturesque view of Lookout mountains and decorated with Floiida fruits. The first edition is 25,000, wliidi will be dis tributed all through the West, North aud Northwest. Florida is well represented in this elegant puhiicati on, one of the pictures being a party ju-t in from a fox chase, taken from life at Tallahassee. An Introdncttou To the through car service ot the Wiscon dn Central Lines and Northern Pacific Railroad is uunects-aiy. Its advantages and conveniences Lavebtcn lully estab lish*d. It L !be only route to the Pacific coast over which bo’li Pullman Yestibuled first-c'a-s :uul Pullman Tourist Cars are operated fom Cnicago via St. Paul with out change. Through train leaves Chicago every day at 10.45 P. M. The traveler via this route pusses through ttie most pic turesrpie, interesting and prosperous belt ol country in the AVestern World. There is •ecucry with most striking contrasts that range from the rolling prairie and the pine forest level to the avildest passes of the wildest mountains iu the world. There is a series of the noblest cities towns aud villages of every variety and size, from the hamlet or the tiuy farm, up ward; the richest mines in the world; tlie| greenest and most lasting pasturage- the wildest scenery on the continent; canons as weird as a nightmare; hills, snows and peaks startling in the magnificence of theii beauty, aud a perfection of comfort in trav eling ttmt has never been surpassed. Fast train via Wisconsin Cential Lines f.r St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland and Duluth leaves Chicago at 500 P.M. daily with Pul man vestibuled sleepers and the Central’s famous diuing < a s attached. Jan 1 1892—1 yr Writing in Erect Characters. As most adults write without much regard to the angle which the words take, it is to them a matter of supreme indifference whether upright or sloping calligraphy is best for their health. But with children it is different. Hence there may be something in the recom mendation of Drs. Von Reuss and Loreuz to the supreme council of hy giene for Austria that in future children should be taught to write in erect char acters, for in this form of penmanship the scholar faces his work, and is spared the twist of the body and neck which is always observable in those who write slantwise, and the tendency to spinal curvature induced thereby.—London Tit-Bits. iiii' "Ik 1 *' pf PAGE & HOOPER, AGENTS, OFFICE IN ST. JAMES HOTEL, Taixahassex, Fla. Buy your Christmas Fruit, Candy, Nuts, from T. B. Byrd. “ My Specialty.” BOOTS AND SHOES. Largest and most complete line I ever bought. Good goods and low prices. I). B. Meginniss, Jr. Initial handkerchiels, embroidered linen, 25 cents. Silk handkerchiefs. Embroidered handkerchiefs. Hemstitched handkerchiefs. All kinds oi handkerchief®, at Miss Stephenson’s. You don’t want a torpid liver. You don’t want a bad mplexion. You don’t want a bad breath. You don’t want a headache. Then use De Witt’s Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Sold by M- Lively. Gloved ! Gloves ! “Tlie Biarritz,” best quality. Snede Gloves; to button or lace. “The Marriotte,” superior quality. Miss Stephenson's assoi tincut of gloves is unequaled. Go to B i l Br-. lie D< miliy's for your rai-itiP, currants, citron, mince meat, etc., for Christmas. j; “ WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.” £ !; PAINLESS—EFFECTUAL!: FOR !' : BILIOUS I NERVOUS DISORDERS, !* Such as Sick Headache,Wind and Pain in the J * 11 Stomach, Giddiness, Fullness, Swelling after G (. Meals, Dizziness, Drowsiness. Chills, Flush-)) J ,ings ot Heat, Loss of Appetite. Shortness G J) of Breath. Costiveness. Scurvy .Blotches on the <) ,i Skin. Disturbed Sleep. Frightful Dreams and)} |) all Nervous and Trembling Sensations. Every < I , sufferer is urged to try one box. ] [ )> Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box. G j J New \ ork Depot, 365 Canal St. 32 (| Notice of Incorporation.il ’VJ’ OTIC. E IS HEREBY GIVEN' OF THE i_A formation by 11.*- umti r> gimi persons of the West Florh'a ;.mt Sort hern Railway Company for iln- purpose of ei nstrueting, maintain]; <r ami <>j era ting railway fir pub lic use in the conve'Mce <>t jeisous and property. Said corporation has a capitalization of $•'>,000,000. •1 G. Fri LKK, R' SKWEII. Shisx, John E Cailey F. S. i.A WHENCE, J I). PIHKONG, L 1) Vanin. John Baku Glenn November 11, I>ll FLORIDA Supreme Court Reports. Vole. II and ill, original prim, -d.iros Erastus W Clr* Tallahassee, F!a. OPERA HOUSE, ONE NIGHT ONLY, SATURDAY, January 2. SUCCESS EVERYWHERE. * TWELFTH SEASON. -H> j; ’7 RAY L. ROYCE The talented and versatile Comedian, In TOM’S VACATION xne brightest Musical Comedy Medley before the public, In S acts. Ably supported by a CAREFULLY SELECTED COMPANY Of SKILLED ARTISTS FU ' - L** AUjDA c *. 80S OS, SCENES, 8 K ETC HIS, x BI J I AT10,,8 AHD eayinSl* IJUtt A UME&TA L MUSICAL SPECIALTIES. run*, CHASTE, AKTUTia AMD RJ-TINEO, * B* DSIGO 8 mod 8. O. REBSHXA. Reserved Seals, $1; Admission, 75c. 5 iiAuaa a% bourb.