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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 25, 1886, Wellsville, New York 6. 98 25. 1886. 0dat9 I SIMONS Ili N. Water continually on haurt all N the CITY STOBE of | will find a fine line prices that can't be CALL AND W. of the of the Towa of will be hekl at late Bar racks in the Magner Feb. 27tk, for the purpose of town and for the of any other A. 8. H. D. Feb. 24. 1880, Town Serious Toboggan m and 415 Carroll House N. ono ol the heaviest and Lines of in western Now York from One to Seven Years and oil taken direct Irom and no Man nets any of and tho KOte tho ot which I STEEL km LEAD Plain Self-Closing Goods and Cotton SEWER PIPE AND EXTRAS Street SELL VERY and and no bouse Id the c m sell for less than the of brands ul on Short References given when and CHAMPAGNES I igg with my stock of I have the Agency for a known aa CRAPE is an unfermented grape kept from fermentation lay the Pas teur Process. atins the from beneficial in cases of Stomach ut is by the most delicate also Lurg Dis and Blood qualities duly to tiy H- H. M. 1)., M. H. M. D and H. M. uon hIco holic and qualities for above up in eases of two be sold by the botile whon P. N. S. H. CAMPBELL - If you want a Perfect trv S Favorite Merchant AWAY Entertaining Latter From C. tho Albany wind blew great guns at the Saturday Although it to keep torches along the which was rough and a of venturesome and tobogganers indulged in the and the of tho winter was Among the party were Mr. John and K. B. Ten Ah hey Were the end of the going Ten Broeck was 8wen to Her head Hide bank with great and she vim stunned and with a ugly three Inches long on her left waf taken to her where Dr. Vander Veer up the was also about the Her though extremely are not It thought that the accident was due to Ton fainting at the point she lost her Her CoL E. B. Ten assistant paymaster general of the has been to the house ior a week by an injury to hiH caused by striking the bank while tobogganing ten days Two other minor mis haps were reported Saturday night The Blide committee decided this morning that the slide should not be opened again this season more snow In its it is considered Sarsaparilla is the best medi cine for every one in the Eini grants and travelers will find it an effectual cure for boils that break out on of disorders in the caused by sea diet and life on board ACCIDENT ON THE L. P H. Graham of Angelica Crush ed to full just Winter in to and on witl M. AND NO. 29 to May 13'81 jny 1 GoodH onea in Want just o neat for ON SCHREINER Feb. 25, A serious accident on the na Pittsburg railroad last night near Wirt The engine of train 16 from some unknown the track and rolled down an fifty feet Engineer Scott jumped from the cab and was not but the H. Graham of this leaped from the side and instantly his head and chest being crushed to a pulp un per the No one else was in small Feb. 20, 1886. Editor has me from writing you at an earlier but your have probably lost little by the an I can now more ot tbe situation A few words aa to our By failures to wo were delayed and compelled to stop over night both at and Leaving Washington Friday with the thermometer 3 below we reached Charleston Saturday where we remained till On Sunday we drove around the It is no longer the Charleston of Northern men and northern ideas everywhere Traces of the war are One little building beurs In letters half effaced the words Headquarters of the Palmetto tho organization that flred the first gun at Sumter in 1801. The city terribly from tho Union guns on known as the The great Catholic cathedral was burned by a and in front of the Hotel where we the proprietor pointed out a fracture of the sidewalk due to a The city 1h infinitely dirty and li yellow fever ever comes It will be a visitation of filth than of Every living thing In vegetable form that frost could is Ivot oven a palmetto tree survives in all The same is true of where we stopped over six Jacksonville seems little bettor off. In fact even here at In South Central all vegetation suffered terribly from the great I stopped over one day at for the purpose of noting the situation As Palatka and are in the very center of the district most I have had a good chance to see the worst of the I conversed with men from every part of Florida and believe that i now know the The entire crop of oranges on the trees has been Not an orange can be got for love or Everywhere thousands of bushels of the finest are rotting on the as they day by the They are only fit for manure for the grove or The nursery consisting cf sprouts from four years old has been very generally But no bearing groves have been hurt to any extent Even the younger groves have mainly escaped I have seen a few that are hurt but they have been the very youngest set either in very exposed situations or feeble and from the Injury Is confined to budded Seedling ever so have The orange crop for this year has not been and lo be larger than But the freeze did giVe people a terrible The week after the liest groves in the state could have been imd for a To-day prices range higher than front the that the destruction of the young stock put back for two or three the setting out of new Vet the direct surrounded by The are composed of the pine The soil is the 8<ime old Florida and On a bright night the land looks as if covered bo white and glittering is the BeLand a thriving business is Three large hotels a large winter influx of Rents are enormously A house that in would rent for per brings PO They charge little more for a year than for the six cold The weather haa been glorious ever since we the thermometer at 8 Ing from 57 to 77 In the To day a cold wind from the north indicates a blizzard up In How is ili It ts enough here in the sun but a little chilly in the shade exposed to the All kinds of are now to be Two days ago I bought a lot of early raised in the open In things are raised here the year Spring are coming Deciduous trees are getting ready to put out their In fact the climate la and If the greed of man did not step in to mar its this region might become an earthly But DeLand is both blessed and ed with one of those mixed blessings and curses seem inseparable from a thriving Florida persons who in ostentatious public just money enough to set immigration and owning nearly all the plunder the immigrants to their Multitudes of men have come here with a little believing that five or six years would grow them a producing orange grove that would let them take their ease the balance ot their Paying exorbitantly for this sandy they have set oat fertilized the landi spent all their means just on the eve of been forced to let the laud with all the improvements go back to the original lie sells it at an enormous profit to still another green who in turn lets it go in the some one pays for it twenty times what it originally coat and holds making money from tho beginning and more every Half the groves around here are owned by two or three who thus reap the benefit of the expenditures and labors and sufferings of two or three successive tides of sanguine who now alternately damn Florida and repent their own while laboring for a living in some of the workshops of tho north or on gome ef the wild lands of the The price of land on which I am writing after passing through three has found its way to the original as to this orange and the way greenhorns are i must speak more at large in another This letter is designed to deal in solid and not especially to 1 Hhall of the lighter aspects of Florida life iu my next and following Enough for surprising certainty Hub Cough Cure attends to business in relieving and curing the most obstinate Who would suffer with a cough for 25c.? E. B. FAIR you exchange a chronic case of or agree to break up a give your torpid Liver thus strengthen your regain com health and for A A single bottle of A few those who try it. For the Blood and is a and Is warranted to cure It acts upon the Stomach and Try a 25 aent nam pie of K. B. GOOD SHOW by the freeze is but a slight part of the by it on the The impression has gone out orange is ruined and it will take years to correct it. Immigrai ion is and the cheek be Tho orange industry has been one great interest in and great frogt of ivts of uncertainty into that which will men cautious how they invest in as to It is a about 1,000 inhabitants within the corporate The country around is very thickly settled for The region abounds in pretty little bordered by orango next commencing Monday popular opera house in a series of plays by a tirst company of is be only 10, and 30 entertainments are well worth waiting every one and should take Hood's in the Because the system is now in Ita Hood's Sarsaparilla gives Because the blood and Hood's Sarsaparilla 3d: from the above Hood's will do a greater amount of good now than at any other Take it
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