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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, HI8i.
Work for Wanamaker.
From the Boston Herald.
would accomplish a beneficent reform
if he would overhaul the list of the
58,000 postoffices of this country and
compel a change in some of the ridic
ulous appellations that now belong to
some of them. There is no particular
objection to Aquashicola, Wapwallo-
pen, Pa?sadnmkeag, I’unxsutawucy,
Wytopitlock, Dagnscahonda, Natta
wumkeag, Kishacoquillas, anejia-
shement, Quljoto, Skaneatclcs, Quon-
ochontaug, Agua Caliente, orTajiquc,
providing they mean anything in this
particular, and there may he some
excuse for Blue lives, Plow Drop,
Baby Head, Early Dawn, Sweet Lips,
Bridal Veil, Rose Bud, Daisy Dell,
Sweet Home. Dell Delight, Keep
Tryst, Prairie Queen, and so on, hut
when it comes to calling a postoffice
Big Shanty, Burnt Cork, Dry Bones,
Happy Jack, Hanging Dog, Hat Off,
Horse Gall, Hump Back, Little
Chucky, Mouse Tail, Negro Foot.
Parch Corn, Pay l p. Pink Bed,
Quid Nunc, Rabbit Hash, Rough and
Ready, Rye Patch, Sal Soda, Scalp
Level, Shoo Fly and Short, there
seems to be room for reform.
June is the month of marriages as
well as of roses. They seem to go
It is thought by parties in Perry
that the jury will not agree iu the
famous Wool folk case now being
The annual convention of the Sec
ond Adventists of Southern Georgia
will meet at Brunswick during the
month of Octobor.
John Temple Gravss is making the
Tribune of Rome one of the best
papers in the state. He is doing
splendid work for his adopted home.
It is now thought that the question
ns to .who was elected governor of
West Virginia at the last election, will
be settled some time during the pres
The talk about annexing all that
portion of Florida west of the Apalach
icola river to Alabama, will end in
smoke. Florida is not ready to he
Just on the heels of the disastrous
oss of life in Pennsylvania comes the
aews that William E. Chandler will
probably be re-elected Senator from
New Hampshire. Misfortunes never
It’s Homely, But IPs Getting There.
There is an astounding statement
printed elsewheie to the effect that—
The hull■- (if Ihe cotton seed of the cot
ton states iclll produce more beef, butter,
milk and cheese, more wool and mutton
than all the clover and blue ijrass of Ten
nessee, Kentucky and Ohio.”
And yet it appears to be true. An
Atlanta firm fattened 5,300 beeves last
\ear on cotton seed hulls at a profit of
$20,000. Two train loads of these
beeves were shipped from Atlanta to
Philadelphia and sold there in compc
tition with Chicago beef. This same
firm will tatten 10,000 steers next win
Mr. Joel Chandler Harris; an au
thority on fox hounds, bees and Jerseys,
is feeding his herd on cotton seed hulls,
and says the result in milk, butter and
beef is amazing. In the Southern
Farm Mr. W. M. Towers, of Rome,
writes ot a test between corn, cotton
seed meal and cotton seed hulls, in
which the latter produced vastly better
And yet until a year ago cotton seed
hulls were used as fuel for engines or
cast away as worthless. Of all the
plants that grow cotton is the miracle,
and its wonders are not yet tried. Its
little black wrinkled seed is as lull of
meaning as an old Hebrew verb.—
Rev. Joseph McAdeD, who died ro.
rently in Brunswick county, Virginia,
was the oldest Methodist minister in
;hc South. He was ninety five years
jld, and had been in the ministry,
The great Stuart will case iu New
York has been compromised and the
lawyers are unhappy. Millions
were involved. The lawyers would
have gobbled up the most of the estate
They generally do.
Ex-Senator Sabin, of Minnesota
las brought suit against his wife for a
iivorce. She is charged by her hus-
>and with habitual drunkenness. The
ady was a conspicuous character in
Washington a few years ago. The
itory is a sad one.
Healthfulness of the South.
The Columbus, Ga., Enquirer Sun
has lately been doing service in show
ing the heallhfulness of the Southern
States claiming that the south is really
the part ol the Union The death
rate in the Northern States is as fol
lows: Oregon 1067, Minnessota
11.58. Nevada 11.73, Iowa 1192,
Michigan 12.06. Wisconsin 12.14. Col
orado, 13 11, Nebraska 13.12, Ohio
13 30, California 13 33, Illinois 14.62,
Maine 14 66, Con ecucut 14 74, Penn
sylvania 14 90. Delaware 15.09, Ver
mont, 15.12, Kansas 15.22, Indiana
15 78, New Hampshire 1609, -New
Jersey 16.34, Rhode Island 17.01,New
York 17 40 and Massachusetts 18 60.
Compared with this, Georgia’s death
rate among the whites is 11.09 P er
thousand and Alabama’s 11.47 per
It has leaked out that the average
irice paid by the republicans for votes
u Rhode Island, at the late presiden-
ial election, was 850. The average
Ihode Islander appears to be a very
hrifty sort of person.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland arrived at
larion, Mass., Tuesday morning and
Dok possession of the cottage of Rev.
)r. Browne, which she, with her
tUBband, will occupy during the sum-
aer. Mr. Cleveland is expected to
lass the month of July at Marion.
Who will be the next Pope?
gitating the Catholic world. Car
inal Gibbons, of Baltimore, is favor
bly mentioned. It would be some-
bing of a novelty to see an American
be successor of Leo XIII. Italy lias
iad a monopoly of the Popes for cen-
“Any man who accumulates over
10,000 should be made to divide,”
Charles 8pachs, a Milwaukee
icialist, a few weeks ago. The other
ay he got a legacy of 810,000 from
ielgiuni, and we trust that the strong
rm of the law will step in and take
5,000 ot it and divide it among the
Care of the Dead.
As the country become more
crowded with population the problem
of how to dispose of the bodies of the
dead will demand increasing consider
ation. A few years ago it was pre
dicted that cremation would become
popular in the United States and
large sums of niouey were invested iu
various localities to establish crema
Without exception these enterprises
have moved financial failures and
most of them have been abandoned or
converted to other uses. A deep
seated prejudice against cremation
prevails among the masses and the
efforts to overthrow it appear to have
had little effect. Besides, cremation
is too expensive to become popular.
In New York they are now discus
sing a novel proposition in relation to
the dead which is advocated by some
of the most eminent and influential
men in the city, including a number
of leading ministers of the gospel. It
is proposed to erect a huge mausoleum
'in that city. Plans have been drawn
for a building with .‘550 feet front, a
depth ot 100 feet, five stories above
ground and.two stories below. This
enormous structure would be arranged
to receive 40,000 caskets. It would
contain that number of sepulchers,
arranged in tiers of six on each floor,
or iu family compartments.
Every sephuleher would be provid
ed with an inlet and outlet for the
passage of air. When the body is
deposited an inner door of glass is
closed and sealed. A current of dry
air is forced through the sepulcher
nud then to the furnace where it is
purified before it is discharged into
the outside atmosphere. It is be
lieved -that by this process
the moisture in the human body could
bo absorbed aud decomposition thus
preveuted. Dr. A. U. Bell, editor
of the Sanitarium, says that such a
step would stop decay at ouce and
in a few months would carry away in
form of vapor all the gases and fluids
of the body, and would dessccate the
solid parts so that they would become
iunocnous to sight or smell. This
could be accomplished without mater
ial discoloration of the skin or shrink
ing the features. A body thus treat
ed, it is said, would be recognizable
for an indefinite length of time. The
mausoleum as nrojccted in New York
is to he a massive structure, but also
a beautiful one. The arrangements
for the interior provide for ample
light and air in_thc open courts aud
the spaces between the tiers of sepul
chers, and for rich ornamentation.
It is designed to effect a striking con
trast between this new house of the
dead aud the traditional gloom of the
Dr. B T. Coppcdge, ot Verona.Mo ,
says he has -sold a large quantity of
Swiff’s Specifi:, and tc a great manf
customers, and knows it to be most
uccessfully used for maladies of the
Mr. D. M. Grayson, of Cronville,
Franklin parish. La., says: I think
Swiff’s Specific is the best blood reme
dy in the world. I have known it to
make wonderful cures of persons with
blood diseases, some cases which had
been as incurable.
, tim’d Horses for sale by
U. A. liASS.
r 110]in Hants Jiff; at
I’k kktt's Cash Grocery.
W. S. Brown, the Jeweler, lias se
cured the agency for all the first-class
Pianos and Organs, which he is selling
at tho lowest prices for cash or on long
time. Those desiring to purchaso will
do well to learn his prices and terms.
Ileid A Culpepper are keeping up with Hie
i-.m-cssimi, they have secured the agency of
the famous Star Mineral Water, the tir.est
preparation known lor dyspepsia. It is
guaranteed to cure. 4 ( > tf
Tones, World. Tribune
Telegraph and Atlanta
New York dailie:
and Herald, Macoi
anil Savannah dail.ia., .......
MiSS ADDIE .MefT.EhI.ANI),
Of all kinds. A good bar complete for
SI.75. Patent beadstcad attachments.
Agent for Armstrong's patent canopies,
made ill walnut, clien v and antique oak.
May 17 if. Masur.y Building.
Elegant fresh Magnolia hams at 12
Picket sells the most clcgant_ Hour
manufactured in America for .$5.75'.
Elegant coffee at T’ickett’f
pound under the market.
Parlies desiring fresh, pure Jersey milk,
from Jersey Farm, will be supplied, in any
quantity, delivered, on application to, or by
addressing JOHN CHASTAIN.
April 10, 1880.
ADMISSION OF ITS GOOD
An old line physician never recom
mends a proprietory medicine till he
knows of its good qualities and has
proved them. A well known conser-
vntoi of the health writes:
“Allow me to offer you my experi
ence with Calisaya Tonic. I have
prescribed it in many cases of general
debility with marked success. In
fact, I treated a case of typhoid mala
rial lever with no other anti-periodic
tonic or stimulant. It has proved all
you claim for it in my handstand has
been perfectly satisfactory.
Calisaya Tonic is sold by all drug
gists at fifty cents and a dollar a bot
Lot of table linen al Pickett’s and
it will 1)0 sold at from 15c to 50c per
yard, about half what it cosl in New
TAKE A BEST.
Excursion tii-ki-is at low rates will bo sold
to nil summer resorts throughout the coun
try by the East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia Railway, ecmmencing June -1st,
good to return on nr Indore Oetober 31st.
Fast train service with Pullman cars.
It. W. WREXN,
Geu. l’ass. and Ticket Agt.
Few more pairs Old Ladies Bus
kins and shoes to ho sacrificed at
Formerly the F. R. A: IV, Co.
When you are con
templating a pur
chase of anything in
our line, no matter
how small may be
the amount involved
Standard Time Used—June 2,1889.
a | 7 | southern division]
5 00 p 1005 a Lv Fernandlnn Ar
7 00 1* 1145 a Lv Jacksonville Ar
A 30 p 11 27 a Lv Callahan Ar
8 30 p 12 42 p Lv Baldwin Ar
y 23 p| 127 p Ar Lawtey Ar
y 05 p 142 p Ar Starke Ar
10 30 p 2 27 p Ar Waldo Ar
11 20 a 302 p Ar Hawlhorne Ar
P10 a 4 201* Ar Ocala Ar
3 50 a 542 p Ar Wildwood Ar, . ^
5 10 a G10 p Ar Leesburg Ar! 7 35 a| 7 65 p
G 00 a G 40 p Ar Tavares Lvj 710 a 7 00 p
0 42 a H 22 p Ar Orlando Lvj 5 45 a! 4 00 p
305p’ 8 30a
1 50p G loa
1 63 p G 40 a
1242p 5 00a
1158 a 3 55 a
11 28 n 3 30a
10 52a 2 50a
10 23 aj 2 00 a
9 07 p 12 01 p
8 UOai 9 20 p
TAMPA DIVISION. |
7 00 a
G 00 a
6 40 a
7 20 a
0 30 a
10 25 a I
12 05 p
Lv Jacksonville Ar
Lv Wildwood Ar
Ar Panasoffkeo Ar
Ar Sumtervlllo Ar
Ar St, Catherine Ar
jAr Lacoochco Ar
>r Dade City Ar
Ar Plant City Lv
5 50 p
5 10 p
4 30 p
1 300 p
2 15 p
4 00 p
By coming to look
over our large and
23 — | 13 l CEDAR KEY DlV. | 14 I 24
7 00 t) 1145 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 150p GlOa
4 10 p Lv Waldo Ar.10 33 p, 3 40 p
4 53 pAr Gainesville Ari 9 40 a 2 30p
& 42 p Ar Archer Lv 8 25 a 1215 p
G 12 p Ar Bronson Ar 7 48 a
3. p|Ar Cedar Key Lvlj5 30j*U,.
I WESTERN DIVISION 1
7 00 p
8 05 p
10 40 p
11 58 p
7 13 a Lv Jacksonville Ar'320 p | 2 45p
9 3G a
10 27 a
11 28 a
12 52 p
2 02 p
Ar Baldwin Arl 235p|l4Gp
Ar Lako City Arl08p 1122a
Ar Li vo Oak Ar:l2 23 p| 9 65 a
Ar Madison Aril 15 ai 815 a
Ar Montleello Lv;lo30a; 5 25 a
Ar Tallaliussee Lv 0 50 a; 3 20 a
Ar Quincy Lv, 8 57 a 1 50 a
Ar River June. Lv 800 a 12 05 a
1,2, 7, 8, 9, 10,13, 14 Dally.
62, and G3 Dally.
3,4, 23, 21, Dally, except Sunday.
30 Dally oxcopt Sunday. 31 Dally except
GO I G I JACKSONVILLE BRANCH |
845p*430o Lv Jacksonville Ar850a-600 p
1005 p-600 a Ar Fernaudlna Lv 7 15 a-4 30 p
5 and G dally, except Sunday. CO and 61
Sundays only. .
7 15 a. m., Now Orloana Expross. Shortest
and quickest lino to all Mlddl® and Weet
Florida points, " * Tr ‘ > ' ,,n fcrwl Now
A “freak” in Philadelphia offers to
wager 81,000 that lie can cat fifty
eggs, including shells, in fifty seconds.
We’ll bet 82,000 lie can’t, if lie will
permit us to select the eggs.
A Cincinnati father fixed tho big
rocking chair iu the parlor to upset il
a greater weight than 140 pounds
rested in it. On the very first uiglit
afterwards his daghter got a broken
shoulder and her youug mau got his
Thei o is an end to all tilings, so the
people say, but there is no enu to tho
splendid fitting clothing made at 81
Broad street. Cloanliig and repairing
done in the neatest manner. Givo me
call. John Kenny.
And now the manufacturers
white lead have made a combine,
will cost something to paint a house
A Far-siflht Machine.
Mr. Edison is reported, in a con
versation with a reporter who solicited
his ideas on the subject of the pro
jected world’s fair in New York City,
as saying that he would take an acre
of space in such a fair and completely
cover it with his inventions, of which
he has no less than 70 now under way.
“One of the most peculiar, and now
promising good results,” said Mr. Edi
son, “is what I may call a far-sight
machine.” By means of this extraor
dinary invention, the Electrical Re
view says, he hopes to be able to in
crease the range ot vision by huudreds
of miles, so that, for instance, “a mau
in New York coaid see the features oi
his friend iu Boston with as much
Statistics of the senior class at Yale
show that fifty-five favor free trade,
forty three arc protectionists, while
eighteen desire n reform in tho pres
ent tariff. The importance of these
figures may not seem so great to some
people as the fact that three of the
seniors object to dancing. One of
them says that he does “not see why
hugging set to music differs from
fa squeezing.” Whatever may he the
value of the seniors’ opinions on polit
ical economy, there is no doubt that
the above remark on dancing is ex
pert testimony.—New York World
We are reliably informed that the
work of grading on the Augusta, Tal
lahassee & Gull railroad will commence
at this place in about two weeks. It
will be pushed through as fast as pos
sible toward Carrabelle.—Tallahassee-
A fine lot of peaches ami bananas iust re
ceived at A. C. BROWN’S,
0-12 2t The Jackson St. Oroccr.
ease as he could see a performance on
the cose. That,” he added, “would
be an inveutiou worthy a prominent
place in the world’s fair, and I hope
to have it perfected long before 1892.’
Cull mill get the FINEST chipped beef, to
order, at A. ti. BROWN S,
.12 2t Tile Jackson st. Grocer
Libel for Divorco.
Iniiicr Green ) g U p ctlor Court, April term,
,,, ,' s ;, f 1880. Libel for Divorce.
Charles Green. )
It appearing to the court that the defend
ant, Charles Greeu, is not to he found in tho
county, and it further appearing that -aid
defendant resides out of this State, it is
therefore ordered that service of this writ he
made hv publication, ns required by law.
Al O. H. lIANSEI.h,
Judge S. C. S. C.
I certify that the above is a true abstract
from the minutes of said court. This April
S, 188ft. J.'W. GlloOVER,
Clerk Superior Court,
cusacbla, Mobile and Now
Orloans " 7 :15 a. in. an J 7:30 p. m. trains con-
noct through to Thomasvlllo, Montgomery,
Nashvlllo, St. Louts. Cincinnati. Chlcugo, an t
all points North amt West. Arrlvo at2:43p.
ni. and 3.45 p. m. .
1105 p. m. Mall and Expross tor all points
South. G&lnesrlllo, Ocala. Loosburg, Tavoroa,
Apopka. Orlando, Panasoffkoo tSt. Catharine)
Dade City, i taut City. Arrives at 1 iSU p. m.
7 -OO p. in. Local, connects through tor all
points South, Ocala, O.luosvllle, Leesburg,
Tavares, Orlando, Tarp n Springs, Souther
land, St. Petersburg, and Tampa. Arrives ot
11:45 a. m. CumborUud Routo Expross, con
nects ut Fernaudlna with stoamer City ot
Insect Powder Fly Paper.
118 Broad street.
More mattings received this week.
New patterns In seamless—fancy.
Geo. W. Forres
Fresh Magnolia liains al 12}., cents
per pound, lor sale by
(17 (it. T. J. Bali. & Ilito.
nOCIS Ub cuiuauuiu*- ...... .
Brunswick, dally, tor Brunswick, Macon, At
lanta, Chattanooga, Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati
St. Louis and Chicago. Arrlvos 1:») p. m.
4:8) p. in. Fornandiua Mall and Expross,
Uallv, connecting Tuesday and Friday with
Str. St. Nlchola. tor Savannah and way land
ings. Thursday with Mallory Steamers tot
Now York. Arrlvos 8:50 a. m. Sunday trolr.
loaves Jacksonville 8:13 a. m.
This now sorvlco glvos ported connections
at Baldwin lor all polntsNorth and West. Via
Callahan to nil points North. East and wost.
Via Fernaudlna, connecting with Str. City ot
Brunswick, tor Brunswick. Macon, Atlanta,
and all points North and Wost.
D. E. MAXWELL, A. O MACDONELL,
Gen. Manager. ■ G. P. fc T. A.
J. W BEID. Agont at Thomasvlllo. Gn.
More, of those shoes still left at
Pickett’s and wo need the money and
will knock the bottom out of prices.
A great many people feel themselves
gradually failing. They don't know just
what is tho matter, but they suffer from
il combination of Indescribable aches and
pains, which each month seem to grow
w orse. 'Die only sure remedy known
that will counteract this feeling wind re
store perfect health is Brown’s Iron Bit
ters. By rapid assimilation it purifies tho
blood, drives out disease, gives health
and strength to every portion reached by
circulatory system,renews wasted tissues
und restores robust health and strength.
Prickly heat and challing are cured by free-
Iv using Roracinc Toilet Nursery l’owder.
'fry it; you will be delighted.
McRae & Mardrc, Th uiasvllic; A: Bradford,
Columbus; Alexander Drug and Seed Co., Au-
a; F. Von Oven, Charleston, Agents.
Have just rocioved a largo lot of wall
paper, all grades. Ceiling decorations
itc, Geo. W. Forbes,
THE INVALID’S HOPE.
Many seemingly incurable cases of blood
poison, catarrh, scrofula and rhcunia
tism have been cured by B. lb 13. (liotanic
ltlood Balm),made by the Blood Balm Co.,
Atlanta, Ha. Write to them for book filled
with convincing proof.
O. W. B. Haider, living acveu miles from
Athens,Ga.. writes: “tor several years I
Athens,Ga.. writes: “tor several years l
suffered with running ulcers, which doctors
treated and pronounced incurable. A single
bottle of 1). B. H. did me more good than all
the doctors. I kept oil using it and every
]). C. Kinard A hon, Towaliga, Ob., writes.
“YVc induced a neighbor to try ll. B. d. for
catarrh, which he thought incurable, ns it
had resisted all treatment. It delighted him.
and continuing its use, he was cured sound
and well.' ......
It. M. Lawson, East Point, Ga., writes:
“My wife had scrofula 15 years. She kept
crowing worse. She lost her hair aud her
skin broke out fearfully. Debility, emacia
tion and no appetite followed. Alter physi
cians and numerous advertised medicines
failed, I tried B. B. B., and her recovery was
rapid and complete.”
Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md„ writes: “I
suffered from weak back and rheumatism
9UULTCU IIUIU .7 -
B. B. B. has proven to be the only medicine
that gave me relief.”
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY,
The “Colorado Short Line,” runs solid
through trains, equipped with Pullman Buf-
S*lnn.\i si rr f’firtl from Sf. Loilis Qnd K&I1-
well selected stock of
Clothing, Gents’ Fur
nishing Goods, Hats,
etc., that is new and
To buy of us. After
seeing the prices and
examining the qual
ity of our goods you
can’t resist them. It
is impossible to do as
fet Sleeping Cars trom St. Louis and Kan
sas City without change, to Pueblo, Colo
rado Springs and Denver, where direct con
nection is made for all ltocky Mountain Re
sorts Solid trains from Memphis to St.
^£10“ get the choice of the
coupon ticket offices in the United States, y 3 _ _ x , j.,
For further information, illustrated resort
tiook ot 14ft pages, tree, time tables, etc., call
a be found. We
on or address
11. £. Towssesp,
Gen. P. k T. Agt., St. Louis, Mo.
HEAL ESTATE AG1 XT.
OFFICE IK MITCHELL HOUSE BLOCK.
City and Couirj Property for Sale,
Ami Taxes n Id.
Brins me a description oi your property
MC0 Y tifeic
Xolico is hereby given that at the ap
proaching.acSMum of the legislature I will in
troduce a bill “To incorporate the town of
Metcalfe, in Thomas county, define its limits
and provide a government for the same.”
A. T. MACINTYRE, Jr.
All persons having claims Against tho oatato
.— aix persons iihyiub uanua vn-"
,, . tno’ of *heldon Swift will present them to tho un-
J?rcsh peaches c\cr> nioimng *. j erfl g net i within tho next thirty days.
Sampson 0 Jackson st. * ruit Store. I May 23, isw. it. b. mabdbe, Adm’r.
best goods on the
market, andbuy and
sell them at
You can Depend Upon It
That our prices are
the lowest, our as
sortment tho most
complete, and our
quality the highest.
Dont fail to call on
G. H. YOUNG & CO
Clothiers and Furnishers,
106 Broad St.