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GRAND RAPID3 HI31AID. SATURDAY MORNING. JANUAEY 7, 1893-
t n.'noJ;o:y m!i;ua nil.u over ' so- erv uuontna lias toor air. Oil.. a niched (or uta erne chiid. I i ru l' i..un u Lcc-Ja. f rem i,cndoa j to New Yu;w, Ira n. Sw Voric to !- j tro.t, fiyiu L'etro.t U Jac'iaoa tne c!d j iuau trAc-cd r,is idol, neter wwaryiaj in , h Uw,r of i.jf . Vnt he ha oaf feat u Li a?aieti would bar ant tared coaantat;on or wrecked niiaia cut powerful thaa b;a. A -ut 3 o'cUh i Cllaalan wa found :a Mill street reorU Hr fataer hartilj resvze'l ter,aogreaU rud tfc ic.ittiies of an yd UU erianced the faturi of ih trtt;cat r.tI ttut ever tUod ia a boo aioro, old cf new, in DuUm or aay oilier city. Its meeting of father and dauxnur caaaot b described in word, fcvea hardened inmittt of tho boua of eiu wer moved to tear at the pcucle. Thi girt agreed to return witu ber !tiir. aad uet&r tiiey left tba city tJO.gbU ' Graat iS Z Odd. Fust. Jan. In AuKUit. 1391. a fcojt owned by laid O. tolwell entered the p.reuiUii of Mrt. Alic I'hdRpa and d:d ao.u daaia;; to bar garden. Mrt. fndiipa eant tna lot iu Pn n( wbeu taeowctr aaked for hit porker ba wa informed tnat h could bate the animal on payment ot tl damages. Coiwall refuaej to pay and proceeded to gi h bo out (t tao ten. Mrs. 1'QiUipe otjected and a lively tussle be tween tba bo, Mr. Colwell and Mr. Pb.Uipi ensued. Mrs. I'billipe wa aouiewbat bruited in the nieleo and eued Coiwell for fo.OoO damage. Tbe case wa tried bere today, and the jury jtav Mr. Phillip judgment for 1150 aad cos:. The parties life atFentou. Duraai Murderer Seen. Sagisaw, Jan. 6. A traveling man wa her today who think be aw the hiinnd murderer in Midland, lie was in . wrnnd.hind stars when a man in an extremely nervou atate of mmd camo in and wanted to buy an over coat. The uia did not eem to know ii hiirrnt neryouanesi exactly what be wa about. Afterward, in reading f sm mil,! ar in thd paoer. he found the description tallied exactly with the xnaa be aaa noi.cea. Politicians Sued. Stantox, Jan. 6. C. II. Elliott, edi tor of the Greenville people's party paner, ha sued six ot jtbe candidates of tna people' party who ran for cffico ia this countf lat fall, and ha bea ;ivea a judgment by Justice Jone. for caopaicn printing. Tbe six candidates bave now appealed the case to the circuit court. Old Fashioned Winter. Detsoit, Jan. 6. Diipatche from Eeaton Harbor, St. Joseph, Holland and Souta Haven on the eaatern coait of Lak? Michigan and atEscanaba and iVcalcr indicate that cne of the heavi est snow storms in year has ben raij la iaco early yesterday morning. He Feels Hurt. Kalamazoo. Jan. 6. Peter Koenig baa begua a $25,000 libel suit against Andrew Anderson on account oi ehares madd by tn latter ia a bill fiiett aakinz that a receiver Do appoint cd for the Phoenix Brewing company. Burned to th's Water. Grand Hatzx, Jan. The tug A. J. Wrijrht. owned by Uotsford & Co., which is ia winter qaarters here, caught nre last night and was tmroea to tne water' ede; loss about 120,000; insured. State News in Brief. Two deaths occurred Wednesday from scarlet fever at Tecumseh, and yesterday the scbool closed.1 There are many cases. 'o public meetings of anr kind will be beia lor at least several days. The victim were Miss Mertie Dickson aad a young son of A. O. Brown. A Jackson physician and hardware xnaa made a bet as to who could break tbs greatest number of clay pigeonv Each had th-.rty shot, and scored an e-tual number of misled. Now the hardware n an want to knew who is to pay for the pigeon. Tha fishing business at St. Joseph is in a i!ourihirz condition. Six steam tus were employed last season aud ovrr l,O0 tons of trout and herring wer ca'ijjht. About f 100,000 are in vested ia the business. There is a potato agent taking in the rural districts of the north part of th tat, "planting" the tubers at $3 a burn-l. It is revivification of the Uo hni!n oats scheme, though cot quite o monstrous. Il.chard Martin raised high jinks at a dunco in Jackson on Vedneday night. He beat one wonvtn with a club and bel l another's band on a red-hot stove. Kichard is in jail meditating over his pUyfulneM. The Jackson Citizen takes it upon it lr" to deny the tf nt:na stories r. card 'Tig Mr. Charles R Townend and Calvin Case. Put the wonnn w ih the contralto voica has not been foux.d yet. A Benton Harbor editor received thr fonts of type from his printers a a Chr.stmas pre?nt. People now say it was a ii hint that the stock of tr; i on 1; md no good. The C. . U. M. d.d $ 100,000 worth of b'n.nM t r.'Tton llartr last year, and m c :ii'-ivc the town h as uniM the proportions of an inflate 1 ta!Iotn. Vi'hen a r.'gHapids merchant clean out his ce'.'ar h points to the pi e of empty packing cases and says: "Li t mcnth's business. The town is wakirg up." Tbe boiler pipe feed of the Ionia furniture factory burst the other day, but fortunately "killed no ons. The factory is closed for repairs. The lonr-drawn-cut trum-Cowham cat, which has been dragging in Jack ro courts for two weeks, is neanng an end. Jackson F.Ik are soon to take their nn n! tenefit. Charles Hanford wil; ; - !! "Jnhus C:Tar." bg-ns to f-ar an ep!demie of A wvnr;Tox mtttr. .Tlrti m fluff! lot-f f lr r- vcr m uMnet. A V."T-s:i ..- n r. V.) Wr t. that th r -"' t .t .' a lV;!i,nrn r" rt I". .4 . t:i :-T tV V.r!i D'-pm- a-'r M-i; r.l A'Sf rprsN trnu.ilT c-." J.-f .r-l ' ri-, v! i y:r t?l'M1 f r ci:Tr vi "-rrji : n th r iVriir f r: i,.:v;r. T'.h w r'T than all t " ! -A'xt I i'i'miiM of iiuaa!o fotn I -r-t ft r.'i 1. f r ni I fi r"Tl, y T"n n f r th:M r 1-Tf-d gr-nh h.ia t-.i? tK--v h f.:f(l 'n wh.it M-.."T 'i A that if thr r-ant benefit or CU'-. '' "" ' " .;-- r ri-"ev. r"-. r ,w 7 r-"T-V VT Y Ve1 Jf'if Pf. Pi'"'K' r Pr. Per' (rM!n )..!..-i I v. .-rs". f.e rvTT-.Janrg ard T' j ; Ifrrr I3"! n'T?? Ti"r th '!; ta r. T r rir.' Vav r: I p'-rr? ..vi. t1'- h "j. ."f rn!r r.wr.h-!. an-t ie v f r T"r. ' fA n'mn t- -c- ' c cr ciri:. r j ir niou-y wui be IT OPENS UP WELL Business for the New Year Is Promising. DULLNESS IN CERTAIN LINES Tha Wonderful Prosperity of tart Year Wdl Not B Equaled by tha Pitsent One. New York, Jan. L S. Q. Pund Co.'s weekly review of trade will say: Tbe buiiness of the new year opens well, though there ha hardly been time a yet to get fairly under way. In some branches of manufacturing there is a very conservative feeling, owing to the scantiness of satisfactory orders, but ia the textile branches the extraor dinary demand creates general confi dence. In every part of the country and apparently in almost every branch of business the traders are lookiug for ward to a year of large transaction. But in financial circle the year opens at a considerable feeling of uncer tainty, owing to a revival of gold ex ports, which will bo about t-,000,000 for the current week, and to the doubt about the action of congrea. The annual reports of variou branches of trade come in with fresh evidence of tbe unsurpassed property and volume of business iu 1692, but cast no clear light upon tbe future, which depends iu a large degree upon monetary in nuence. The government crop report started a little stronger buying, but wneat soon reacted to 77c, a decliue oi nearly lie lor the week; western re ceipts in three days being over 2,000,000 bushels. In spite of the large receipts corn gained over-lc for the week, and oats also, wbue pork rose f 1 and lard uOc, and hogs 50c per 100 pounds. Col fee is under, and oil lc stronger, but cotton showed no change, with sales of d'JO,000 bales. Xuoruiuui BuiIihi of Last Tear. Speculation in stocks is depressed by monetary anxiety, although reports of trade and other things continue more favorable. Government and other large disbursements make tbe money market easier, but bankers expect ex ports of gold to continue for some time. Industrial renort are mainlv con fined to the unprecedented transactions of last year, but in iron a weaker tone n manifest, with reports of reduced prices for pig by some southern con cerns. Deliveries of rails for the past year were but 1,300,000 tons. Tbe ca parity outruns the demand for finished products, so that markets are irregular and weak, tbough in structural and sheet iron a large business Is in pros pect. The condition in relations of the Lehigh and Keadine does not effect prices of coal. Copper and tin are well supported, but lead ratber weaic. lhe most prosperous year ever known in textile manufactures leaves the full production of most of the mills sold for months ahead, and the new year opens with great strength in woolens and cottons. The business failures occurring throughout the country during tbe last seven days number for the United fctates 323, and for Canada seventeen, or a total of C10, as compared with a total of 4J5 for tbt corresponding week of last year, representing 393 failures in the Lnited States and forty-two in the Dominion of Canada. TJer Testings Hart, "Bridget, will yon go down and shake the furnace? Mr. Smith hadn't time to attend to it this morning," said Mrs. Smith to her new girl before she went out for an hour the other morning. On her return Bridget met her with a something np expression. "Plaze'm, I'm going to lave. It's no each horse's work as that I hired wid ye to do! Snake the furnace, indeed a big, heavy thing like that I I couldn't do it I've hit it wid the poker and tried to pry it wid tha ax, tho doors come off, and the tnpes is twisted but divel a bit can I movo it. It isn't out to this counthree I came to be axed to do such work as that, and you're no lady to expect it av me. Next thing ye'll be af ther telling no to take the pianny upstairs or carry otit tho kitchen stove. Not another minute will I sthay wid ye. So goodby. And it took nearly as much time and tronblo to sootho Bridget's feelings as it did to mend the furnace. Exchange. X Chances. Ha had called on her several times and finally mustered up courage and assur ance to bo somewhat more affectionate than tho circumstances warranted per Lars. You must not do thatr she said some what nervously. 'Do what?" was tho innocent query. "Put your arm around my waist." "Why not?' "My big brother might come in sud denly and fee you." "Well, what cf that? He couldn't kill mel" "No, I suppose not, but he would try to borrow somo rr.oney frora you, and I have lost two Vaux already by his do ing that." Texas Sifting. Tk tbe Hint, "If yen were a Frenchman yon would know how to make love," she said cruel ly to her bashful lover. "But yen would not understand me then you cannot speak the French lan guage," he wailed. "No; but I could listen fluently ," she replied, and at last he understood her end revised his lovemaking. Detroit Free Prf's. raeelflth. Street Girl Is your love for me abso lutely twIflA? Ado re r A b?ol u t ely . Fwret Girl Then I wish you'd go nr.TnTher e!?e tonight. Jack Ilanoia promised to call. New York Weekly. Go a-1 t Think Over. Y"-. my dr boy, there are 37,74) .000 perpl in thu country and yon ar only cncf thvn jiirt one! Think cf that once in awhi. Lmilon Tit-Bit. Battle Creek wants another refriger ator fctory, and ia offering induce ment to o'jtp'.d parties. A wpalthy Shylock at Bridg-man gt as h gh as 6) per cent for money let out. A Wttiy Customer went to a drug store and aked for Sndont. Th storpkeeper said, "We're ont of that, but nr is ome th r.g jnit good." The practical ruvomer a;d, "No you don't and w;ted out ti s neighboring store sod got a bcUtf cuuUcaU FQPPT, GOOD WORK. My wJ u!fcied with each Intense neurtlgie piM In the tice, thourbt she lie. fcte bUic4 Lex ac aai U4 uA ST. JACOSSOIL,11 ur4 tci a would dl Foreigner ta the TnumU Frr since- it was organized the South African republic has Wen trying to prevent the incoming Uritl&h element (rora exervising a large inuuenco in nolitios. The Uritiih iiauaitrrants, how ever, hava been crowding into the coun try so rapidly that their claim can no longer refused. The president of the re public, Mr. Kruger, Las accordingly pro posed to the volksraad to annul the leg islation passed years ago to make it dif it for forclzners to acquire citizen ship. He proposes to reduce from five to two year tbe perioa oi resiuence ; necessary to become a voter, from fif- 1 teen to four years the period required to make one eligible to election to tne lower house of the legislature, and from twenty to ten years tbe perioa to make one eligible to the upper bouse, lie says the incoming element ia very anxious to obtain full rights of citizen ship, and the republic can no longer ijrnore their just claims. Wooden Church 800 Tears Old. The oldest wooden building In the world ia the church at Borgund, in Nor way, which was built in the eleventh century, and has been preserved from the effects of the weather by repeated coatings of pitch. It is built of pine, and is of fantastic Romanesque design, with strangely-carved wooden pinna cles and a great deal of carving in high relief all over the interior of the church. The old stone altar still stands, but the church Is no longer used for service. Shrewd Settlors- Big Profits. A large number of our new settlers on the lands of The North Galveston association are farmers from the north ern latitudes who have previously eked nut a bare existence on poor lands, with tbe aaditional adverse condition of rigorous climates. What was con sidered a fair profit to them is as noth ing compared to the profits derived from the cultivation of the various fruits and vegetables which are grown so profusely in Galveston county. It is net at all unusual for farmers in this county to make from $225 to f 1,000 a year per acre, in tbe raising of pears, plums, strawberries, etc., with about balf tbe labor and inconvenience that attended their former efforts. The North Galveston association through their local agent W. II. Scribner, Grand Rapids, are offering splendid induce ments at present, and by taking advan tage of them tbe investor or settler m Galveston county cannot fail to reap abundant reward. The address of the general office is box 963, Minneapolis, Minn. Economy in Electric Lighting. The Peninsular General Electric company, 97 Ottawa street, has made arrangements with the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing company to handle their celebrated apparatus, which is considered electrically and mechanically superior to that of any other manufacture. While the Edison General Electric company were able to obtain an in junction prohibiting the manufacture and sale of incandescent lamps now upon the market, the Westinghouse fteople have placed before the public a amp cheaper and superior to any ever made, which is in nowise an infringe ment, and they will protect all users. This lamp is not only more economical in its consumption of electricity, but much cheaper in itself. We expect within the next tbirty days to receive a carload of them. This lamp will be sold to consumers at 55 cents, and up on return to us of a burned out lamp with bulb unbroken, we will allow a re bate of 10 cents, making the net cost after the first purchase 25 cents. In large quantities a still greater reduc tion can be made. These lamps are adapted for the Edison as well as any other sjstem. To owners of isolated lighting plants we will be able to make Epecial prices. ONE MASS OF SCALES rVfTllcted 3 Years by Dreadful Skin and Blood Disease, with Intense I'aln and xss of Hair. All Other Remedies Fall. Relieved In stantly and Cured In Four Weeks by the Cuticura Remedies. I bare a few rort to ny regarding th Cm CTBA KBMEniE. They havw rurel me in four wff leg time from m Haiti and IMood Ploenre which I have had for over three rear. .At certain time, my titi wnotl t- very nore, and alwv) kej t f rjf fcfni; and rieWinn oft In white mn. In colj weather my fa-e w r.ne uib of acaleg. When In tbe roicl air th. paiu wa Ir.teno; it wouUI almost bring War in tny eye, aad my hlord aio helnij In a poor eun'iition, with a loea of balr. I have triel every known remedy that wa rf com. mended to me.Vutit n of no nae, and tav me ery lit! I turrit, gn, hcaricg of your C'tTiri ka IliriKDiE. I onchflol to give theno a trial. Tha Are application re alrnntt lntnt relief. In a fw werku' time I found mynelf eared, and I am thankful for what they hnve done for me. Your CtTircHA Ke are a Meselne to tbf who rcay hve the opportunity to uee them. I caa recommend tbeta to any or,. KUMCTfD KKRA9, 2704 1 1'oioa Av., Chicago, HI. Cuticura Remedies Kffeet datl more great mrea of humora and d!a. of the kin, aralp, and Mood than all other rrodiea combined. Ci tictra, th fri.t ekla Cure, and CtTict ra Piap, an eiq'iilie rk'a l'uri f!r and lleautifW, externally, and iVurtBA Ur 'ITt!T, the new Ii:ood Purifier and greatt of llrntr Ilemediea, Internally, cure erery r-r!e of Itfhir-c. burtilrif, ar:y, pimply, and hlott-hy ee of the kin, r'p. and blod. from infancy ta a, frm j ?mp' to -rnfn!a, wha the beat phjai. eiaaa and ail ciher re-nedif a fil. f ere-y hr. Trie. CCTTTHA, fc' PrtAf, Yr. KroiTiT, 1. IVerared hy the I'oTTIn 1 '' fr t nru t. fonpoRArm, Hr.ton. Stf-nd fr" How to Cnr Skin Ineanea," S4 p-t. V) idunratiooa, 10 tcrn.omv. PIM PI F,. Miwk.lie.i.,rd, r.-eh, rhrrd ao4 II iiy kia e-!red ty t rxirt a fop. OLD FOLKS' FAINS. FV-l of r.rof rt fr ail r.iB, In'am. iaf). . and f tt, Ard ! il". . .r '"'-ram rutr, lJJ the rr ao-l only r-aln-kiisa .r.-H. tbiott p.ier. New, IrietAntaneoBa, an i lafalijUe. 4 "IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED,1 TRY SAPOLI RHEUMATISM. Mr. Wii!tt F. CooV. Caiohn, N. V-. wrtn: Awoke cue ortinf rjiTtcjt;c peu; m a y fchouUit. Tnea va;Kuj rl:ef Tor u4ani .utu itbtt eficct j nt y nt ; pJi bx4tte icittiUe : weot tome at 11 clock c4 uevl ,T. JACOBS OIL; effect mailt!, iu ccoecd, aai a: 1 0 cMt w.t lowof&i cue ixrnuneut." Lrrrta RAra, Wrs. CAUL SCHEIBl. Hotel Vendoma. On account of ill healta, tne present owner deaires to stll tne entire furai. ture, fixtures aud leae of the Hotel Veudfine. This has alwsys leeu the b3at paying tamilj hotel in the city. Is full of i-ople, and is finely and thor ougbly furnirhed ttirousihout. Inter, tsted parties may apply for further particulars on the prnuioei, 184 to 1SS Fnl.on street, Grand Bap;ds, Mich. See Kramer's great offer on pastel portraits in another column. Examine his samples. Unlike the Dutch Process No Alkalies oa Other Chemicals are used in the preparation of Breakfast Cocoa, which ia absolutely pure and soluble It has more than three timet the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is .far more economical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, and iasilt DIGESTED. Sold by Grocers everywhere. 7. Baker & Co., Dcrch3St.rJ.1ass. Getting Thin is often equivalent to getting ill. If loss of flesh can be arrested and dis ease baffled the "weak spots" in the system' are eradicated. . Scott's Emulsion is an absolute corrective of " weak spots." It is a builder of worn out failing tissue natures food that stops waste and creates healthy flesh. Prepared by Bcott k Bawna, Ohamlfta, nw i orx. ooia or arnggiata ararrwBere. MANHOOD REOTORED. &ANATIVO tbt Wonderful PranUa Itetnedy, ia aold with a Written Cuaran'.ee to cure all Narroua Dig. eaaea. such M Weak Memory, I ops of Brals powtr, Uaadacba, Wa,fcefulnesa,LotXa hood, Nervo'inesa.La. situde, all dra'.na and loss of power of tt Cieneratira Oirana in either icr. caused by Doforo&Aftsr UsoJ Phtosrophod Jrota Kfe. Tr-eiertion, youthful Indiacretlooa.or tbe cxcemlT aae oi lonorco, opium, or ;imuiani', waicn umnmiriy lead to i.irirniit' , Contumption and lnanilT. Put tip In co n ren lent fJnn to carry la U ptitket. I'rlce f. a package, or 6 for 15. V ith erery 5 orJf r we a written guarantee to cure or refund the money, bent by mall to iit address. Circular rr in ilaln envelope. Mention this paper. Addresa, MADRID ClO.CAl CO.. Urancb Offlct for U. 8. K S55 laiborn Street. CHICAGO, ILL. FOn SALE IX GRASP RAPIDS, MICH., DT White & "White, Drosnclstj, M Mouroo St. acit Uroa. a Co.. DraUta, Monroa St. FtKITIlBE FACTORY FOR RENT. Tbe four story and hlch basement, substan tial brick fnctory bulldlnc. now occupied by Grand Eapldi l e't Boot company, on Mill Street and Canal. Slre.WxlOD w.th one atory, brick, addition. lCxirjO, Size of lot 100x190, Building has freight elarator. wattr power, main abaftlnc and puller, rteam lieatini appari.tus and extra beat? floor?, and Is in tbe Tery center of tbe city. Particularly de alrable for furni n.e raanufactury. Possession MayJ,l?9X THE f.llCHIGAII TRUST GO. 1 ATOFOLKS1 5 ANTI-C08PUIENE PIUS" Reduce Flesh I pounda a Month lux yrMi: r-aia ai r. aa4 De la ItoRti's Csnplsxioa Viftrs blench th akin snow white. Dr.rr ..). . . f riv-.!. (wlr la wiuojt arEtiriccoriLArA, . "a fi J tia ntrl" Frrli ""Ir CAUTMOB tr. tad a taaraatretbat Cira w r Te riaSarvM r !-' .-. Vt it mid fa . W. sm-VON MOML CO., ai. iiwiim . "4 IYON A MEALY, Vw 1 to gtAf ft, Chi WH ,! FN, .. . Im r,,, F I1 I -t i ttrr nf rr1 K'l !l Ut a4 li4 Lv U P.1 Mime w LI Ml y , Lag AnnuaD Lioeo C ommeinic JJaooary and ootiooe C ufm the U II & C r iiUU ? Q n Ml tub Rcrida Centre! & F:rJnsr RAILROAD CO. TUB FLORIDA TttOXK LINE ASD tSOXt U5I TO TT .A. IP .A. Ia addition ta Its lone taUtahec eosnectloas with tas Sorih fcf nivEn juiictioit, LIVEOAK, CALLAIIAII, JACKSONVILLE and FEBNANDIKA. Itaa thla teaaoa openet A SPLEdOID TlinOUGIl r.OOTE tu rai NASHVILLE, CHATTAK00GA &ST. LOUIS Xaabrille to Cbatunooca, WESTERN L ATLANTIC to Atlanta, CENTRAL to II aeon. GEORGIA SO. & FL0R:0A to Lake City, and FLORIDA CENTRAL & PENISULAR 10 i.?0.- W. Uawtborn. olo, lamps, Oriando and all tntermealaie po.uia. Fast Schedule, Pullman Sleepers All Modern Railway Improvements. TBI Florida Central & Peninsular -ii.- - .... . it. vuuun noua reacues aiL Its route U tlirougb the apKndid " HILL C0C5TRY OF MIDDLE FLORIDA! where, on tbe oil cotton plantatlena. tbe new vcawv. oiuciv. VlNSl Allli aad 1KU1T (Pear aad 1'eacb) Industries Uave started into Tisoroas life; across tbe Suwan nee rher; through the rldve lead ot Ontral Florida: amonir the SfKAH Hrimv n.ki of LAWIKY. EYAKK.E aud WALIOi tbs UAAAUH. OKOJ.S reared la the rloua wbre nature nounsiied tbla irult la Its wild alate: tarouan thebesutifuiLAKLCOL'MRV into tbe PiiOl'JlAlK minks it ..a about Ocala, tiaieivtiic. Arcber aud along it route, uj iue siae cr famous rlLV'l;tt SP1UNO. Dewo to vnsndo and KisMiantee, tba .atewjj of tha tat Cosat and l bedrest touar Couutry. lou to Cedar Kefi. aitti lisj aud 0tra. Into tbe iiunuatf kt ons of the Uuil iUnsuiocW. Loo to lbritu TAMPA, touurctios by atra.uera with KtV TCS1 aa 11AA. Iowu (o tbe 1'AUpuX FiSilLUlLS. XUrouia the Ci.OUlr PAKIS OP PLOKlIiA: from th. iMn..t Poitof FHIINAXDINA. wutra ibe L-umbtr and Pbotpbuts are li:p,':d lroti tne Atlantic Ocoan TO XRI Gulf cf Mexico I BOM Till APAUCIHCOLASLJOIHiS Health Resorts! Hunting Grounds! Beautiful Scenery t Winter Homes I Lao do with groat Tartttref eel! are all feus a on the line of this road. AM Ita dlTisleua cea ter la tbe stetroitolla, J ACK80N 1 1 J.fc. imto it baa deefca uaed bf tbe ccmectiuK sieanifrs for Sew Iota. GET TIIE SEW POPVLAIl SOSO . "MY FLORIDA HOME." This ton. 1 trottea up oa the bwt wl ter. fail alxe, encrared notes, w;th an ariit!o frontispiece, and ea tbe fca-a ai ictare of a bnntlnc aceae, at one ot the too tb C A T. IU makim sla l,and,eme paf t. tlx tract from rbllaflelpbla ftar.l MA rXJNtJ WUIiin II AVI NO "Tb( mole la spirorrtate, aed the TjorW d-an l ean tnett h wboiif lon'iu e to lhm eitiulne tourUrs of t- ar lee .at that e.oa. ter around a Lome. U b" K Inni eptt.a i f tbla t eaot ill nK- 4, . 1 rem tbe AWBtatott!l,lt,f,n J Ib wria ehicb liare a i.?erw rtsro thru e. e;er Bt o rnu?le i Mra. Mur hy. Aftf bear ac tb t. '"ets that tbe pt hs net t-oioied b ain-nan ttetne too bUblf. etc" It ran trbtalnefl tot acy aflflrea. sd In a reatMrt refrttse ten rents ia at am pa 'to delraf eost of dirtriputisu? te A. O. MacDONELL, tren'l Paawnsor A(t, wbo mm aito oend free tt 1 1, arts. If at map ot riorlda. X. S. PENNINGTON, Irate Mar a.'e-r, jacitonsUie, fJL .