Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1888
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;' VOL. X. j .. STARKE 1'LORIDAFRIDAY JULY 13 1888. 2.
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--- straight for the hillock a magnificent sport, heading WOMEN IN LOTTERY .

; :w. % m. 8m, I IIm. 1% IlL The weather is cross," the children say, and so swift was her gait that she had the wolf at tho entrance of a rocky ('.or Deluded Cre.-\-tureVh! <' are Thoroughly Instance, Which-Shows That It Is Very
.3 I- DR. JAMES CIIACE, I Or else forgets it's a holiday." disappeared ar)Und it before tho dogs place on one side of a deep copse Sincere In Their Belief. Hard to Bear. .

( ) S4 00 I-; Down in torrents the cold rain pours broke from the brush to take up the brought him to bay, and by a series cf Whatever the men may be. I bo- A very absurd story was recentlytold

tLe..." f 541 ::1 2: 4 0). R (J'I 111 001 20 (0 SURGEON DENTIST No chick or child may peep out of doors. trail. They followed it in full cry. wonderful maneuvers foiled his savage lievo tho woimn are sincere, especially to me respecting tho drawing oi

.... I 5OI,011 10 7 00 c.)1 J 8O lEI JX I 01') 2O0I44'I I 0'1 'u (1)JI I Good little scholars,the school week through and we spurred our horses to the attacks until the other dogs came the foreigners, who are ignorant in the Nice lottery. Tho first prizo

JO 00 l (k, :!II c :I (J{;) r.o 8. C 0ce LATE OF CEDAR KEYS. On And Saturday when the pant fun for begins some to thing flag, to do. hillock, and up its sides to the summit up.Then the extreme and show it in their faces ($100,000) was drawn by a workingman -

.line for the :Irst and fl\o cents Office What it so fine as a game of tag? to discover the direction the wolf followed as desperate and and speech and manners. Amongthe of the great India rubber factoryat
I insertion. at residence cast of Kentucky fiomn had taken. Tho she had fierce for life on the which
.ubtleQuent killing paco a struggle part belter classes. however, the women Langalee near Montargis
Over the nimble feet,
jpedM.rat.e. for tlmo .advertisements, upon' Boyish laughter carpets peals go loud and sweet. cut put was more than her pups could of the wolf as any wild animal ever are intelligent and rtifined and belongs to and is under tho direction

gt tbeOflCO.JiVSC111Tb0 J. 0. 11AYNES "Mother is goal the racers cry. maintain as we discovered on reaching made. At the beginning of the fight well educated, sending their sons to of Mr. Alexander Hutchinson. formerly -
To mother in turn the racers fly. the top of tho mound as the old Latry, the pelt gatherer. was deter- for
!/ It A.TI 8. college :\mltheir daughters: to Europe of Connecticut but many yearsa
Dear little sons in life's real race wolf had slackened her speed to suit mined to end it there and then by and living in every respest like their resident of Paris. The lucky prize-
..................,;.................II 00HlIIODtb. :J:>> E.'N'X: X S 9 When hardest you struggle to win your place, that of her young, two of which had shooting tho wolf through the head. wealthy Gentile neighbors! Some of winner on coming' into possession of \
lesT. .........,.......,.-..,.' ....'.... 00 Pressed by pursuers that mean you ill, fallen behind and were making their but believing that these four dogs them profess to be very I liappy with his fortune immediately bought, himself /1
must lip pal I in variably iiiiviIDCI. "Mother is goal" be your watch-word stilLJJarv
jflEnbcrIPUon8 No discrimination ia favor of any- Office uver Jones' Brick Block. B. Bruce, in St. Jflcholat. way with difficulty. ought to be able to get away with one their sisters as they call' their hus a high hat and a handsome: overcoats -
u "The dogs dashed around the hillock wolf and as tho contest promised to bands' wives while
II1ID *t10nS upon ,till mutters of local and were quickly clearing the space bo worth more than tho wolfs poll we a system which has broughtso and his family went riding around )
__ frtlfrotnatj arso( the county B. McCLOY THE WOLF CHASE. between them and the young wolves prevented the trapper's interference.At much evil to them. tho country. Up to the present time 1

that had dropped so far in the rear the beginning of the fight tho dogs In a pretty cottago ne'r our hotel tho chief acquisition ho owes to his

.Th _ur SOCIETIES., Exciting and Popular Sport of i that it was only a question of a few were not particularly anxious to rush was a Scotch woman who .alkud f ','()- wealth is a severo attack of dyspepsia .

;;_U.r4_ Lode-r--No. -12, F.-and- A. 71.thinl H u; id ,$i ign ,Pain r Hunters in the West. seconds when the jaws of the leading matters but circled around the snap- ly upon the subject. She 'quarried her for tho form of self-indulgence to
Saturday hounds of the pack would close upon ping and snarling beast cautiously, husband, who was much older than which ho is inclined is that of good

f\Ilareommunications imotith. L. W. KICK LITE U, W. M.J. them. and their future as prowling watching for a chance to give him an herself, because asked to do so i eating. and he has tried most of tho
", .Eo.WAISHIGHT, Si-cittarjr. AND "Chasing wolves wilh lioraps and pests would be destroyed. Although occasional nip on the flank by way of by his wife, with whom sho celebrated dishes at the leading
hounds where those animals abound the mother wolf governed her pace to keeping him in proper temper. The lived happily for a time. Then restaurants of- Paris with tho result .
JM'f Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. F. Decorative Paper Hanger,. in the West" said Benjamin Reed, <,f suit that of thoso of the litter that kept i wolf's tactics were so masterly and fierce jealousies and quarrels en. aforesaid. .

yeets every Friday clirht nt Odd Follows" Lycoming County who recently returned by her, it; was plain that it was only his movements so quick that ho seemed tied< and they lived a cat-and-dog life But tho amusing history connectedwith

fltU. Transient AGT brothers cordially A Nob'.c( Invited Grand.to STARKE, FLA. from a thirty years' residence by great effort that they were able to to keep his front to each ono of the until the old man threw bomb into the Nice lottery is told not of

lItell4.. II. W. J-I'PUt"IJ: Vice Grand. Orders left at I). Xcwingham'8 will b. in tho Northwestern Territories, -has move even at that speed. The old dogs constantly, although they were the camp by telling them he was aboutto him, but of a*less fortunate ticket- .
"J.FIEL'P t.{r tary. flux -II. promptly attendo 11'J. grown to be, next to coursing antelopewith wolf could easily have escaped by on all sides of him. lie did] not hesitate marry Rose, a fair-haired Swede of holder who was one of his comradesThis

greyhounds, the favorite sport flf abandoning her interesting family. to rush upon a dog. which he did twenty. Then tho first and second latter individual was a verv
JdejCfldClI' Order of lied Mrl.. GEO. BAISDEN the hunter for pleasure. The wolf but wolf as she was, she was a truo with savage fury. but instantly ho became a unit and waged. war against ignorant and stupid fellow a thorough

Owrot.A Tntnit No. l, l"I.onwA.-CouncU chase is especially popular in Idaho.In and bravo mother. Sho evidently would be seized from behind by another tho thirJ. whose charms, however pro .. typo of the uncultivated class of the J
caciVcilms Jaya Sleep at their
HIM irifwainStnrke.kindled Fla.Xransieut Painter and a fair stand-up fight a gray, white recognized the fact that the situationwas one, and liko a flash would turn railed and she came to mlc over them French peasantry. Ho could notjead
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.). ic. JON'IIS, MXchcm. STARKE FLA. matter how bold or game ho is. These in a surprising manner. She suddenly blood the dogs had got from their packed up her goo-Is and.loft tho litrld had won 100000. ho contrivedto j

JAS.)Miu>> Chirf of It.cords. species of the wolf know their own turned in her tracks and charged many nips at his flanks spurred them to Rise, whose blue-eyed babies; I saw, decipher tho numbers on his own ,I

Son-n--T of Temperance.'--'- ALL WORK Cil'JJUGG .' D. powers and seem to like nothing better back upon the hound that led the pack' on to more decisive action, anti as ii together with her husband.. a man oi ticket. which bore, as did all those r

Monday night at Tomneranoa than lo have a set-to with a dog. I by several paces and was almost upon moved by prearrangement\ each one seventy or more. that were issued an announcement oi .
Meets every never knew a wolf to run from a the wolf cub that furthest in tho of the four simultaneouslyupon
BaiL WM. MUACHAM, W. 1'. & WILLS gray was sprang I was taken to tho Lou House to tho grand prize. Ho became wildly
313. )lILLON Sc-ribo. single dog in all my experience. But rear. The winded litter kept on at the wolf. Ono of them sprang call upon Eliza Snow, widow of the excited, and rushed about the village

----- tho coyote or prairie wolf, ism entirely the best speed they could make. The with his throat between the wolfs great apostle who had, :hen ho died: proclaiming to every body ,that he ,
eprl; Temperance Circling.Ev Attorneys at Law different product. II) is too sudden charge of the old wolf took the powerful jaws, and tho life was torn eighteen wives not including Ann too. had won 500,000 francs-it was

"r Sunday at p.m.. at TcmpcranoeH1L cowardly to engage in a fight with hound so by surprise that before he out of him in a second. Two of the Eliza and forty-seven 4>r fifty chil on his ticket., "But that is on every .

STARKE, FLA. even a mongrel cur, and I have seen could make: any show against her at dogs had succeeded in getting a hold dren. 'Jhu room in which I was received one of tho tickets" remonstrated his

,, C.L..C. him more than once scamper away all sho had him by the throat and of the wolf, ono on one side of his was a plcasanf honic-liko friends. He would not listen-every ,
Meets every Friday *:venIg nt.:30 o'clock and Will Fifth)! prnctieo Judicial in 1'1tbe Circuits\ Courts In the, Fourth with his tail between his legs at the with one terrible snap of her strong neck and the second on the other side. apartment, with.many portraits of tno* body was trying to cheat him. he declared .."

| ttresidence of Mr.J.IStrong.:It, SUAItr.. President. -_. -- - approach of a playful month's old jaws: severed! windpipo and Jugular The third dog caught the "olf in tho Youngs upon tho walls! and among and ho must find out how to

)!as. C. W. S: WEU. Secretary; puppy Dogs that have been any vein and threw tho dog from her as flank. They held on. although the them one of Brigham. 'Sister EIias ,./,. get his prizo paid over to him. "Take \
=_ ROBERT KEITH, time in camp come know tho different dead as a stone. The two young ones wolf dashed them against the rocks she was called, had tjeen the wife your ticket to tho Mayor of Montar- tJgls.

CHUKC1I DllCECTOUY.STANDARD characteristics of the wolves and kept on in a tottering way for a and swept them through the thick of Joseph Smith, the first cxpoundct ." was the advice ho received. ,

TIME. (10 not hesitate to go out singly and few paces and fell exhausted to the bushes until they were bruised and of Mormonism, and wait about eighty 'and ho will tell you what to do." I

Attorney at Law give chase to whole pack of coyotes, ground. The old wolf, seeing that it bleeding and until the wolf itself was years of age. with the sweet, placid That was all very well but how was t

BaptUt Cliurcli.rriccs but they will ivcvcr voluntarily attack was impossible to revive them, dashed overcome by his efforts and he fell to face of one who, ha\Ang outlived ho to convey his ticket to Montargis (I

at lO-TO a.m. and at 7 p.m. STARKE, FLA. singly a gray wolf and it is rare, even on again antI placed herself in the tho ground. the joys and sorrows ,Jof lifo, was ,for, when ho first bought it, fearing n
Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 6 p.m. with the presence and encouragementof midst of the family that was: left to "Instantly the dog that held him by patiently waiting for tho-end. Sho was that it would get lost. lie had pastedit

W. G. VATTEKSON. 1'astor. tho hunter, that a single dog can her and_ by various devices tried to the flank released his hold, and by a very intelligent and \tvcll informed on tho door of his cow-house and ,
Sunday School meet every Sunday morning C. L. PEEK bo to molest the dreaded them and them. movement sunk his teeth in the
at 10:;% l>J. A. CLARK, Supt. urged gray urge on encourage quick : and talked freely upon various subjects could not contrive to detach it. So
F.JL MORGAN. Secrejary.Presbyerluz wolf. A pack of three or more But it was useless. They fell behind worlf throat. The struggle was soon especially that of polygamy in finally, bo took tho door off of its 1

I hounds, however, will not hesitate to singly and in pairs until only one,with over, then, and the wolf gave two or which she fully believed; something hinges, hoisted it upon his back. and "

Cliurch. Justice of the Peace give, tho wolf chase, and the wolf will more vigor than tho rest, was left ihrco convulsive gasps and died. sacred and holy, alleging many arguments marched with it into Montargis. a distance -
Services every Sunday: 10:30 n.m. not try the gage of battle! with more struggling along with the mother. Later the trapper said it was tho biggest in its defense on| ot which was of some two miles followed bya )
It. U. MATTJCK, Pastor. than at time unless brought black wolf he ever saw. We of nil tho
one Clog a "0 ily one result could be seen from that as women as a class: aro much jeering crowd composed
Sunday School J. P.! every PKATT Sunday, Superintendent.Cliurrli.at 2 p.m. nt bay and forced to fight, and then the situation, but the old wolf resolvedto found that three of his legs were purer than men, it is better for ayounggirl rabble and all the small boys of Langlee. -

STARKE, FLA. one or more of tho pack of dogs will make one more attempt to save her broken.nel n. that his head was almost to be sixth in the love .of a goodman Tho mayor could only givotho \

MrllJol1l..t bite the dust before the wolf is killed. young ones. Thu dogs were almost severed from his body by the assaultsof than first in tho heart of a bad poor lellow. the same .iniormauuu n jA.3

Berries every f-abhath at 10:30 n-m. and L. RHODES "1 was one of a party that camped upon her, and suddenly sho struck oil the three dogs upon his neck and one. She was a Mormon and had had already been imparted to him by
17JO p.m. bunday School c'eryunlny:: itt between tho head waters of the Mo at right angles:; from the direction her throat. O.ie: of our dogs! had. a broken been tne wife of man of many wives, his comrades namely. that his ticket

I MB., J. Charles Xtichard, Superintendent. Arthur and Malado rivers near the weary cub wcro taking. and spc-l leg and had: to be shot, and t the other and on that point I had no sympathy was worthless; and so he was fotced

Prayer flij-at":3U meeting p.m. every.j. 1C.Tuesday MIA HI'and, 1'astor.Tliurt Attorney at LawLAKE base of the Salmon mountain), in away over the prairie liko a racehorse two were badly cut and bruised, one with her, but she impressed! mo as a to carry his door all tho way back -

Innh'lIajl. Idaho, in'tho days when buffalo was passing the hounds almost under of them so that he was never able to sincere Christian woman, with noticing homo again.-Paris Letter. .JO
Church. still plenty, but wolves were so numerous their noes. She could\ have but one hunt again. S,> the seven wolves that in her religion cxcapl polygamywhich .. -

Acts 11't:::>'f-1 Fetor 4:10. BUTLER, FLA in that region and we found design in thus apparently abandoning we killed that day cost us five valuable the most rigid Evangelist could\ THE AMERICAN MOOSE.

Ferrioi-s cnrh Lords day at 10:3) a.m. and -. the chase of them on horseback so exciting her cubs and that was a heroic hounds."Ilarrisburq (Pa.) Cor. K not indorse; and when not long r.go I Nature and Habit of the largest Member
tach Lord s dny at f::-0
p in that a buffalo owed his She to divert the y; Tune I felt the Deer Family-!
Prayer tach many measure. hoped _. __ heard that sho was dead sure of
meeting Wednesday at6:3Jp m. M.D.\ -
(I. P. YOUNG. 1'astor.! ,. life at our hands to that wolfish pres- dogs from them by loading them in a JAPAN'S TOY HOUSES. that sho had foun 1 the rest she was Tho moos- (Alco Americanus) H ,

LATE FROM :MICIItGtX.Mfai ence. It; seems hardly reasonable chase after herself and she succeeded. waiting.for when ort tho steps of the really an elk. being nearly identified
OFFICIAL IHllECTOltY.Oij that hunters shoul d have given tho The pack followed her. and now that Little Structure That Aro Enstly Static Lion House, with tho moonlight fallingon with the elk of Europe. Is the largest

-- -- ----- R Mm i i d chase of such grand game a* the buffalo the chase was in we dashed after the Rod Quickly estroyoi1. her silvery hair; slip gave mo her animal of tho deer kind standing
kp D their share of
: The
Officer, *. the go-by to hunt un animal so hounds. But it was a short one, as Japanese get blessing and said good-byo forever. from fourteen to sixteen feet high at
) I7or-L WilkovtScL V much despised as tho wolf but there tho wolf wavered in her course, apparently adventure by flood although their Mary J. Holmes in Phi\.rule.lpMa Press.PECULIAR tho shoulders and weighing eight
AWenncn-J.C. lI &hurd.J. M. Truby, Tate TERMS REASONABLE.Ofiico was a variety and fascination. in following drawn by her maternal instinct disasters in the rainiest season arc .- --- hundred to ono thousand two hundred
Powell I,G.P. VounsJS.J F. Gardiner. small tilings compared to the recent E .RQRS. '
Cerk-R: H. Jo.iecf f nt Gaskins' Vr\tg ftJre. the hounds on the trail of a back to her abandoned young pounds With a head and cars like an
TreMurcr'.It- ):organ. flying vulpine prowler that did not and she gradually turned and bore flood in China, where the drowned Yellow Slips of the Tone.-Ma.;; by Eloquent overgrown jackass wide-spreading
)Mathal-E.. Wtill. attend the ride on a buffalo trail. back toward the spot where she had river burst its banks", 1'reaclier. and linytneiu pailmaled horns clumsy. unsym-
Awesior-T. W. Sweat.ouutV TATE POWELL, M.D., fierce and dangerous as was tho dash left them. The dogs headed her off. ICO,000 people and rendered uninhabitable The numerous funny.(errors made by motrical body, an
over thofprairio after some thundering and before wo reached the scene tho valley where 2.000,000 eminent men would, r if p'ut' together, is yet one of the fleetest and most
(' After an experience of twenty )'('nrsln the The in well-
Ofilrrrs. lived. big figures Japanese roaiAng A
: make amusing of tho forest. It
practice of his profession! has no hesitancy old of the ensuing conflict the wolf untiring denizens
tUflt7Jul'reJ. It. Hlrhant.Crk { records disas'er: in connection! England
of Clft-uit in promi-in the latest nnd mot scientific The Idaho method hunting wolves had been torn to pieces but not are known country clcrgynf in will go all day at a trot which would .
Ccurt-H. F. York. treatment to tlio-e askiiiR his'crvicos. with fires. In the season of cold winds while reading a certain'P\ : alm in dash through

tariff-It.: W. Epjvrson. is exactly a counterpart of tho English before she had ripped anotherof distance a good ;
Tax Asset-or-X C. Wainright. Calls to the country promptly attended sport of fox hunting, depending the pack to death, leaving us but the sky is illuminated every week with church on Sunday, toAk his eyes off denso thickets on A run as. fleet as tho .
Tn u.e: OHice! lit City Druy: Store, or at his residence for its full enjoyment on four with which to seek sport the rest wind and leap over
Surriclr.n'icMit' iaty.Lrt..3.or..JoII, P. Prntt, C. E. the of danger before wooded were not used to it such continued sexton had to como to iko rei i\Ce On When driven to bay it turnson
Qiunty((.mmi88l ner8-L. Wnkovski,G. W. nnd ever-present spice work for we sought a afflictions bo taken. for a visitation wife chaser.
JVMtu-,M. lcastey: : John Andrews and attending a break-neck charge across grassy spot by one of the most marvelous might reaching homo tho! clergyman's its pursuer and is a formidable 'antagonist .
*.V.s1 11tt.. F. J. FIELD, a rough and ever-changing country. springs I ever saw to eat a I! of Providence.The pointed out to him th.it ho had halted These animals are found

Then, there need be no sentimental luncheon and whiff a pipe tho four flimsy little wooden houses,. j just at the words: "his place could nowhere sparingly in Maine where they may

Covernor-11 Mate A. 1'crry.Ofllcrr Pcnsncol ri k M'I: n'a: W Ic1 n! rl lhrlrSTARKE feeling of pity' that will now and then dogs brought us in at the death of no for with a their fire, and straw when mats a,lamp are kindlings explodes tho ephemeral bo found,flourishing" having reference of the( nn-to legally be hunted without to dogs tho 1st from of

Ucut-Govenor-'M. Jj. Mnbry, Lecsburg. nrie on being in at the death of a fox. loss than live immense gray wolves.It the 1st. of September
t\cot.rtlary\ of earth a brazier upsets or a spark flies the godly.I and few still linger in tho
State-John L. Crawford, accompanying tho running to was while we were lounging about January a
Cra. orl1'me.A FLA. whole house is in flames in an instant. once heard a yof ng man preach Northern Now
and killing of a wolf. for while the I the spring that an incident occurred : "great forest region
[.orlleY-Gencrt\l-c. P. Cooper, St. AupusUnc. ALL 1VO K X it the flames leap from house to alluded to tho marriage of .
TrenRIII't'r-p.? S. Ortll. Palatka. exhilarating sport that the fox hunt event of extraordinary day's hunt. is absolutely prohibited. m .. .:
house, and soon a whole quarter is nobleman: with a "pheas: in : #.
Coa-alj-s'oner: : of Ian ls-0. I. Mitchell, Ft.Ctmotroller has its results are beneficial and a "Wo had with us our camp factotom, a young They are much more numerous .
)leIiJe. COMER L. PEEK blazing. Each time a burned districtis ant's daughter, and added: "imagino Canada and.as farnorth-- "
i service to the community, as the wolfis veteran trapper name.l Latry, who the forests of
Gellt'ral-W. D. names. rebuilt the streets are widened. and this Lord at the wedding in all other members
the greatest of all enemies of the in wolf chaso or young as Labrador. Like ..

A&:uaitGoninlDavid.,it of Public Long Instruction-Al-,Ce.1arK ys.NJperlntend Attorney\ at Law and Notary, ranchman and stock raiser and a persistent saw chase no, they sport having a no interest, in any his this worse measure conflagrations has prevented following. many Widening costly attiro dress and!" A hia Arcss poor of brIde feathers in of the deer family they shed their ... :: ,.*..:

bert Kusit-11. Jaekjionvillc.I and successful destroyer of all beyond the pelts they yielded. pheasant antlers every ,winter, and new ones
eyes been ruinous topicturesqueness
the streets has must have given her a "flighty" ap. Additional
: STARK, BUt IIFO ll) CO., FLA. kinds of wild game. Wolf skins were worth two dollars or and the broad thoroughfares grow tho'next summer. -
lte.1 ;iatpn OQlrcr "1 remember in particular: one wolf three dollars apiece in those days and pearance.Iknow who prongs appcnrwithieahar'sgrowhuntil
lined with low houses of un- minister's son, too. -
RetUter-S.. 1 lcker. Gainesville. Title and Heal rstnte Law a a the-animal ha$ passed the period
of in the
_. Abstract hunt we had while camped Latry made( a business of gathering as
J*C'\'I'r: ;_T. Crawfonl. Gainesville.fujvciorGencralW. painted wood make tho streets of a as is customary with laymen m hn- "
when the antlers .
specialty.Abstiacts: Salmon Mountain region. Wo were he could. lIe had stripped of its greatest vigor -
TallaMtMC. many monotonous and tho lessons for '
U. Dloxham Deed, modern Japanese city gland--read Suaday' '
fitruisluil (bowing every diminish by ,year _
mounted 0:1 the best buffalo-hunting the hides from the live gray wolves- gradually year
said .
once occasion at '
Judgment Attachment to the father and on
Lien. Tux Sale. uninteresting eye. his -
SEXATOnS.Hon. Mortgage.! horses wo could buy, au l when a the skin of tho she ono having been Efforts have been mado\ domesticate .
and nil ni tiers of public record and Japanese houses are toys in size and the beginning of a lesson: "Hero- : ,
Amuel Pa-,co. Montlccllo. Bradford buffalo hunter he is as the much to his disgust the fleet and powerful animals; but
file affectlngTitcs of Heal E-la'c: In horse is a good spoiled by dogs. of tho
an. I construction, resting on corner posts beginneth the-chaptOl' Gospel '.
HVliison Call. Jackeonrl.lc.KKrnEHENTATJVES. ; to da'c of abstract.nrADQCAKTERS be. Our of had them the however mild they may be at other* .
county Florld.i: up good as a horse can pack -and spread on set on large rocks, that they may give according St. Acts." Ho did not "bull" mooso. .
hounds was large and every dog a near where wo lunched. As we times a full-grown
grass held after-
and informed of .it
First! and with it until
Distnct-ilon.: 11. II. It!. Davidson, foxhound. The I of the sway earthquakes know when its antlers are in perfect condition -.
thoroughbred season there smoking saw one
Quber.rond! lay .
FOR in place and made stable by the heavyroof ward. .
District-lion. Charles Dougherty, was early falL Our routo led to the skins slowly moving away, and risingup of mud and tiles. The only About a year ago I hoard BJshop is intractable and dangerous The,- .-
fort Orange. FX.El.E XN'S'C'EL.A..N'CE! rocky rises of the Salmon range, which saw an immense black wolf, which stemming a firo is teardown Potter of New York, say in addressing scorning the dominion man.

=----..:. Representing the Liverpool and London are famous lurking places for the had sneaked in upon us and was stealing the way houses in advance of the flames, a number of young people ho had Wpiti (Cervus Canadonsis), which is
and Globe Company. wolf, tho rocks and dense under- the pelt in lieu of something commonly _called an.elk in this coun-
gray green child Those! on
PATENTS. and it is done as easily as a just : persons ..
them the best of shelter, dinner. that he try is in reality a stag. closely resembling
K growth giving better for his Seeing knocks over a house of blocks or whose hands I have just had the privi.. of .
;\ HULL and the numerous streams affording was discovered tho wolf start- Ae ,rf." ;:Its European congener
.. L. C. cards. A rope is fastened to one of lego of laying my & American qricultuT 3'
I them unusual opportunities to capture ed away, taking tho pelt the upright corner posts, the crowd Another New York] preacher I heard that. nam .-

'. and Builder game animals that seek the water to with him. The dogs were stretched gives ono pull antI there is a crash recently warn his hoarer.s against "go Charley 4.5What Needed.

IR1KLJ\ II. HOUGH Contractor drink and feed 011 the tender roots around on the grass, apparently tired and a cloud of dust as the shell of ing down the narroft road leading to
the bordersof hard work but did you'h;;; serenad. ..
and plants that grow on out with their morning's mud and tiles falls upon the flimsy destruction. "Pa, Charley
STARKE, FLA. the streams. in a second they were up and away on dwelling. A thatched roof or a shingle Speaking oi this I it may not be,out ing me last night?" said Mabel at ..

SOLICITOR OF Plans and spcriOcatiou furnished on short Wo had ridden several miles the black wolfs .trail as if they had :roof drops quite as easily. The of place to quote JLhe words said to breakfast .
notice. Carpenter work solicited and through this rough country before the not run a rod that day. The wolf ordinary house or shop in the towns have been uttered some years ago by Humph. I should say so.tI.tf: tho

bri promptly attended to. dogs succeeded in starting a wolf but dropped tho pelt when he found thatit seldom exceeds twelve feet in frontage a. certain Southern jbratbr: "Dar are I5hortly-s p ken rCs poose. ...
: : b: I d r Foreign P&lssk\: Hand-made brick for sale! cither at tho kIln at last they gave tongue in a thicketoff was hampering him in his run. We and if there is a second story iiis two roads frev dis Yorl'de one am "Doesn't he ring perfectly lovely?"

or delivered at the ) to the right and quickly followin g quickly mounted our horses and dashed quite as much: in miniature, and the do broad an' narred 1'\(1 leadin' to destruction The old gentleman didn't say !anythIng .

-_ the excited baying a very large but after the hounds. The wolf led the roof not more tL.vi; fifteen feet from: an' de uldcr am de narrer but jabbed his fork ferociously" ,

ItS F street,: Near U. S. Patent! Offic. depot.LLGH gaunt she wolf with a litter of whelps dogs for six miles over a comparatively the ground. It sot uds frightful to an' broad road dat leads to sure per into a piece rf steak.

WHITE; nN tumbling after her broke into the easy country, and it became apparentthat hear of five hundred or a thousand dition. "If dat nin do case," said a, "I never heard any thing like :;

AfiIIIXGTON, D. c. opening. She dashed past us like a in spite of the agility and fresh- )houses being burned iu a night, but, hearer 'dis culltJ: individual takca Charley's singing." sho went on, 4
flash and her litter of young ones huddled ness with which they started on his with thf>33 lUiputian dwellings and to do "ooclsDetroit! Free Press. ,' as sweet as a bird's.
close to her, evidently finding no trail they were stiffened and winded. their' microscopic landscape gardens -.b. '. : "Yes" said her father. 'Tro

All business for Hatching I difficulty in keeping pace with her, They slowly lost ground on the trail, back of them the area need not be -The new strawberry bed should will bo thought when I heard Charley sing

oct tV'Ie:
Ilroco.l't'l1n: : 0ll'nltcd; Ftascs nnd all foioigutwd the wolf! passed. us she was so close for a rough and brush-covered pieceof Ilocks.rokQhflma Letter. permit. young feathers. And with a bucket of tar
UIII1I,". could have cut by several small ....... out in the rows early, so as in get I could
r'l""EM"K; AM* LABELS rcpls- that a pistol shot droppedher. ground up and % pillow I think give him
)'eec..i applications revived and ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 but not a man raised his hand streams. We then gavehini up st last -A sharp Maine constable openeda the benefit of.the spring rains.. D.-y, a pretty good ontfit. Merchant

Oblallnr ltr0e.tIed.. U'ormat'oD and adxUe a3 to against her. There was a stretch ol wh nto our surprise one ut the cement barrel the other day on suspicion. win.ls: and lack of moisture: caused I .7"rave.er. -
1'8te"t. cheerfully furnished withslit the He found it packed solidly some of the plants to perish and tlitmore I S._
eLarae. Legbo.ns (;Knap's Ftraln) atthf prairie probably one-eighth of a milein hoiuuls. evidently awakening to
most profitable va.iety for Honda. Egg' width between the thicket where sense of the fact that their day of, with sand. wet down. and in the tuft!- growth made by the time the -The only time an Anarchist has

rail .Sketeh to Ot' .1Iolle1 for froe olu- I rarefiUly packed: and delivered\ at ENpresi' the ,wolf had been started and a domelike great triumph was threatened by a d'\: : of the barrel was twenty-gallon warm days shall come on; tho butte his heart in his work is when it rises:>>

'OEOs: Patrotablllt I omc above price. A.ia.c-o. l' KNOX but not steep, mound or hillock. still greater defeat, bounded forward keg of whisky. both for runners and 1 plants in rows. 1 to his mouth.A'cio Bavtn Bcq( :el'.

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A DESTF.OIYE FIRE. Lak2view Dottets. Purify Your Blood. j jI.wlilr THE BIJ.OU I T

Ir3 BEDFORD COIL\TY TELEGRAPH.r 'Vi'v tod iiirr.iwrt.. a pl *asnnt time. and menial lietlth iKjvnds upon .giri

t>f! iL-v :an.! pk-nlv lo et here on \lir a hralil'V ,c* n liJua of tl.e bli.-ol. The iinekiiiOES.3O

Thr Sla-tie Satr mil Rornrd lotheGraaa.'a qfr' *:Uli. jl l bc wkt paTticcIailv! the! >j-r nr nnd sui: .r I :

- Lk a-4VWSflED VTKEKLYEciitor ..TotalAbaot L.wi oL- ., S prii.rner"c! 'S Ct! vlth Ini-iT; *Jrstic S :

'11.OOO. -r. nrii-hain. I5vck mill-Mr*. White ami1} <, whKIi! j>. ison u r-i.il pjnentt,.:, iien. fiJ

) \ViJkint j > J('it. '.Mr. It II. Thorpe. .;e. A harmless lik. >1 punfitr :s ie *- .,
.. i.ttflt-t liuZIcE17 W :iuu.eet tI 1t1 j I .1.cflfl.4vet.r7.c Hffl'JHr { STOREl
sniy !o rt-.tabre a I.ralthr u af. 'Tin.- b'-i -4 % t t ; 8MT -
Le-Eut_ Gw!lJ -< of LiU-r.y. Miss DcUi'. Jsrthuiv. ,
t.1TI _,
Z:% ( .4fly nbuut by the iiifhSjwi5cS. --- -- FL? -d' -
: purifier Kid t : -
Sf arrived l te iiuin. 4r we 1 ui.; :4 ann -
and Prop.r *tor.A f rv <'f fi=LxvliiVli pr.'Vt-.i t<, he the .nw rriplH-r on < .

( rnE auf. I*. Ymin Ai'hntsli all .- { vl.intMaircM v..ti1&! Iave sprf-clics rcp 'rltil -Jtjnil.. f I S ,S.). Of j;< won.1crfnJ j>uriJiifj.lii I k ; L.h i-t.-. --rCHI.5 S ;.-4and. iIcsiri:1 ,' Lea

HitflinW that! w; s Iw&i.. Mi' JihnVhiie has n ,."T J1 out on ;
i'".!. aucj ptxxl work \ atkme l,r viliiuz tin Ialv \ '.f Kjrht tlraarfe! :, face li't-- and ; 'tt-ti.i3InIaIs; -- -. : l'J' E4 Afty. S-trle art? $T4111E; -

w _.- _- I.i ntt i: was iws-iLk lo s-iVc Lat a fqtunlity ? -fit wkirz4iip. and it .is:tvi ler.tIrntii )1rWn. A. SYIi. w tb ;Gtrre i -- iwjj.l try"pair a -l ,-

Jiti fMatter. I Ia ,.-1flb 211 ikf the iaitiense pits iii it? sptrd nml: iuqclitie> tint Mr. j'Samu 'Houdl & Co.,. 10 Spnu-e Siietrt, New York.. F.vlm ,
..1rr.ar.Tiaj ( 57PzS <.f ll*i< CeebriU&
!un'Iutrnil the *-! Iiti TLlsJ -l Svr; s n. lIfe huilder. is'a wnrkinan : 'wn : ;I fcrl it rav !niy./or tfce tentfitjof j .

tie 1iv'/i... C'h:4Ift4.: Ff4.. ., .YfPPUl of l ; r.Itrtv.nfil's i.f nttHitr. Mr. \Vhite will have "em. -lLers who may l-c at irCe** a* I wn*. to !ine of SLFrcei L.iii-- rLIflfl: .
wif.u oue the lst t' 'i'jie.t in Thy rare | FLORIDA
> t. It \\is built iu the yar 154 !.yJIIMTVIII. :Mr L H "Tlirtiuas 1IPII k a 'iarcv dn.vo- ]write you ;Ms let!iT. u fdt hrii can ueiu ,' ---- '-- J.--.- -- -- - t: K.I -hu.- -

) TnV :2flI Ittintrr, ; ti. 21 flIt ( I Z1 >r .'Mt-p'iiwi9iiIy nne ln-ef cnlllc t" Jack--* any w.iy *..II t-i--r. -nifTr-ft-l gmt z. -- .n:

- I 'n1 p!Ivtt nrs-Iitrrr pI.e.-4 including ., .m fl'Ikit. I.rIik., 1 1|tua jr-o> : 1
: % TICIZET. 'n .l ufrn my IivnvitLi u! acu!>- .
machinery for making sash doors Oi hi !i i>f July we !iad vi-ilcrs! fr';m J pan.Hrr ---- -:_ _
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tfl'l IttifMtS. Ittf l ll.- .. n .- IIValtf II mj.t.9. TImr-JtJii. S'arke! t.tv.lry.
For PnlmtJUOVEII : I ud I4ieS.S.mi.t of' '
fintlirz it-It's"
at $1,000.) At the time of the fire the mill I1.1 I-I2ie. !. k, >;.'. -. MiddleburKirsVy, j I i ro rs Pi
: : / CLEVELAND.F (S.iii. rt-r/ *ji : v.trnniv'y rs>
s lii. .I_ I. ti 4-ht: 1.il .- : utid ViMrnes .BMl
lured of JolTs Cu5ifiiUr Jvow 4 : L-
Vkr Pr*sident.AJ.1.KN ; -n Vau-ii! at tiWGi ii w-ii-nl l U 6.1| %ny i -
r $ *
3Ir. VI I) Uri Lans .r.puifl %fl "
; sof f I a s-i a ( f HIT nSietifH can !It .ri Wcnasrf GMi! and F cr Ep2cr!!
P. Young, trho had on hand at least
C.IflM.tN $3.j.j.
I U-I ::rIlLhii fur > shxiT1t "3 h % Mr.1.. b- iams.Yinn! -.. N; C. _. I-t
MItrlii 4if luniU'T. n : rt .inrai i1 tlir : c--i ( -
: :.-t i-e tmct. wrkes: "I ii-e U i-vtiy ?psrt It a'w.sybi4J .
,TATi; D EJW 0 ttTI C TI r K KT.Ktr j jF ; cke. .;&.t -F.\t.ivy/ P. O. -BUILDING-
-l. rl ri tb- HpiK-r j> ir I.{ the mill j jJn S i, K: u -i'vIng me apjirii'eaiul; t.ig- -
:i $ Hampton Cleanings 1' ;sjoini-r -. Utir : it i -ii1 U come : ----------I_-
Inwr i It )ItIIren Iiiiixii! t'nc kn-h- -
I : FHANK P._ FLF_IIXG. i1 Duval. l \l and tl'r ji.it.'n-..' l T4 K ii. *rs : Weil. 5 I' iniir.iies warn, and ili! ;'. -MI;i j| -lri c ni .!y an-ijpi-v 4)' mind." )RP1P11 -

H I bn uc-h&d wrr ;ili t( ClI % ( 'M ( --1 i-f Irtiiftlnil nnd faim.4ii.r .'-.' -. l : Mr! f I!. S'jtvlif! !!. We >\ M. FcrryI I :o D i

t 3, F.'r Snj.n mitv nit JuiTjis: 1- tnihciaticvi.r their tn'i' n- : : :v -i-;; wr1t-I wt.Zi.tien -
J ,L Ms1113 wl'I 'iti1'' J sU-al *- I j

IEOK ;E P UAXEY. nf I.tnn. tiiI Ifl'r,. rrkid.. in&eI -p. (i. ca1 it' .4 r.in I h Uj i tsi.-;r your rrtJicini- .- tTrJT AsX Poke root.4=3 SCHOOL II'JE} ? >TATIONAHV I OF ALL KJ

A i:. MAXWELL "f E.eniba. I K S Ii.zt :tb I1r". W'flI I'cv. Paer-.n .,f rk i 1mw i r.tuv 1-V2 } urtinri J wi'ul i e1 i-e wrLo :t .

MITCI1F.L"f I I lunforl it *.*vr i'\ iJL :ii.i!' j in: a M-iio .'" :ntvingher.e and i i It-. fair j; :E. >- S. f.-r-.c: r-I! un.f It- tvi i'hl! irg oi : CURESSYPHILIS
II. L. Tr h ii -I aril r-ktfi rn-r.t.
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[ of IIi mill: ti..j !I.-- ln- :SHiaiid i < weir to havr mnilj -tc-e.--. j c
*etTfr S-\if S-'t Cr.nr.
.T Serrelarv B f State: t .Ii i-ti Iy hr.. n &: (4 t-iu.ymtnt. s:J j jji ?'r. Ally Ilihn.h.i! > Uv.. vl'fp fleu I I4 ) S. AlV Si. O; : Sjf : .

IIe(me n ii t n ti.in i.i ti! >- mua li ik wtih fi-vtr. l liti! .t- ..re clad oin
) git : ; -
JOHX L. Pr..iSnr. t1 TeLtyhtc.. i.h- ; SEA-SI GE TJiirAtFINji
-. wiil f.-t-I l tbc !.:-.. TJjn \a.no iri-umri-- > vtj-u he i I- now ifupntrina and we 2r-r ScT-.t at Er'- CIGARS
1 f'ir AXV. ti.ri-.3-.Gnt'ra : on tnlr tinbuiniini; r -zk.. su.it all i< ln.jnr > tE 1.PE-e him ci'it agaiu.e tt tI i Ukr; O5dcr '-t -.--- p
I 'f nb It' II- tr. i c-f li V-v>lU thai -
: U. LA MA II. -6fJtffers.nl.For >! >-r- ariirr i: tvlcr.i!:! r-n tlM-ii otcr : : cr-1 1y -
VI otix'z; w.i- -ick at the tinse a'nl l.d uol ] : : ?LTsCniPTIO.V> DECEIVED FOH A5V PAFERan ()iLQIcitd
: I nii l on f>sH I f. rce lt-t w.-r. ar.d wiK > >nI to the Gt.ZI r el I'. P. f-. ti* g
I.. iti! to attend t. u5nef -TI-I'
vn j.
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I ( r .IT! I t. n.t4! t< d' a vnnil-' :-irt3ir. % .zI I f-rftrjpt -t't: ; s'inr.rrn TO s-r-
Vmp ; d\ *. Tbiin of th- tin- i- unkn< \\n ;
kd MrJ.. AUeu's! infant ctl'd I iTiE. FIt..Janny 1C. -? ;:,
'I- .;W. D. KARXEsi. of TliC waK-hrnan t.liiim> tSi tt !< a> a-li-vp %T ) SCROFULA

i at ll.f Jinn- and barelyo.iixtS uth J.ii i dk-i Tue-'i.jy crtth-m l 7 &d'ek. W.mnpI.ze '

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t. ( I For Slate Treau-: lift-. h"r rir; behind ill hi- c.hi? iK; eI a ; -v with { *? i--u-Hveii p-iret* in : ;' ?r ri--<,*-*--tL.VDio.rf* *-*- *'-* x> 4I I*ET zjsr'tr !a the bloM. rodsciar Lcmps rr -

: J. PONS. ,f IJaker. 2 Id watch. The tn-luMaly i1 !ji z ih i- .t Lir :arkot.bou-c .if triul. iioursIl I <:J Jl SieXccassin: ; H' T" T"* oa'tte ..Arrs1ci. -. ,

S JItAXK fl :W null will !crt-ttol x? 01 .-. ::a't rZi.- Zt : Jii2 (-r Fe. t. : c "CC c- cfriich t=e r. P. ?.. j jme TARKE'ARRIAE FAG
4. -- zretws bk >l nd>ciaen etrtb. AC tfc Il S -
e : For Sijprriutendeiit Pr 5 cIioA : --_ -' I v. II. F. Xasiire: o"-21!.' !>.-sIn a ruf r < *sejtM r.-a-Ur t> ttr r T r cf P. P. P.. j

., F' ; Grand Masonic Cee! rat>cc. -; -*inz- -? ,1 h- t'iiri-l'i'i jhi; ii 'in iimi-. ; l- 3ixji ;:i=; Lfi t-r

ALBERT J. KITSSELL. of DuV. The I'lt.e Hill I4I l.Ti ri. V. i"amlA.c I-.v and if :niTit j-i-sifu--. v ill (-" ;TjnieniTirk : 4

t # M met in their lv ic li-S! -o >ilurO: i. !it1 : t' ; tvi Aii are ronis.-iliv: inSiaJi -I f --x TX< >/-- BLOOD POISON i iS w'jIK

ct tht3rd ..i1.If ai--i -SraV--t iI..- ; ; S' *
: }'a.r ( Rmml-'i"uvr 'f $ j T'u-: r. < f- : Vv ac-ns I/Iarlc i c Ord-2
% j -1 41- t4T M Jcihrii. Day ii4f;: awx-tJiii;: Ft- IJiver: :* ir arn n :1.r ei %.' *>' ; i: w : f-r : ir.e.5'! I ,

1_ R. WOMBWEI.L. Jaikn.. i in Grand I. :]li., {in>Vi-"i- j< in l iLiftfv tin- trainTliL- i- :tmi:i ::ai: tb br :-r Le ; :: i Er1 Psa -9.

I 1 1 he I'nitTf ( < iU .i; Jix ''>i\ in lUc I*! : '- : -' .
1 } ,TIr ii-I:4i l i-4-earr-ncc. ii haviuc l.x-u cr 7 j jvia c-: i1 th'yua3 I t -- -
'-4 -l-iuf. au-i al'irr Frtltr! Jl'cartl.: th -iistx i L t zt_ \ &jJ _1.- cf comp oa : s bd cf P. P. F. w- 9- -.- -. ',- :- '-' .
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Prrifrn11'I I K. 1) I I- M i: CCTctJTYi liCirCC S J"ic5rtlCj; ; -7. .
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J. II. 31KINIof Jka'n. .-i.*.-4-n < n.cf Jhe: i.-n. arui JLr E.I I'. -
'.V iinI 1*. M.af i i RHEUMATISM __ ., :
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4 t- l-izs.m- Ju15h; l- > iL.bIit ci ef jbe Bix>L P.P.?.rascis 7 .
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L I:. IL PALMER, of CV.Uml.ia. .; i I.rvtiar- rjx-.Jir-l in jezui r onlt-r ii) tinI : xx ii: 12-2; .- t4J v.-. szZ er frita SST-J C i2 ( >RSH-SfnOKlrt{ .BLACK-SMI'

:1 _ _ ; 'i Xi.c piIc :t riaimarnti. lT.UCTt.::v. ii.: BJood PoU-sn. LlKi.5 t ? e-
ami Qu.m'nVt! v.aISe .Ij-t nfu.r =3. cr j- diseiiel u bcc.i, 1 m -. i
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tsra> by M l.ir t- aijiijf.jo--
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The j ie>tion Lf bouait;: the o ;' ;| nJiTly! haud-w i.f and iu't-lii ti.t si- i. i. -' !t tit i *. P. ?r.- Pr- a TrJilP. k.? ish. Prv' FJOCT.i AH kinds! ffl? lien and WGDQ Work

4' for water werki i fltU flII1I !It tw ; !* fai.it i a\ wi.trtin all!: she :>nli T hr AT--.VI r -Ttjv s< 1-Ien -=!f :: i:3 : m-et zc-cre e t. yri sf
_<2 *.Vi.'Ti- didJre- il' t'll theV! =;:i.t. i Icrzaia a on everv n>,
i l>-inc-i I IV Grand Ma-Ur
: piity WM- -c itcvi .
ui-e li-s ITlie i iir! rfrir a inneu c* it* ''
of oimof our
't JItIsS > tfii UK4- 'je i tlie! nlp? .
to Thf K. T I> ..Vj -
pmtf'-rn iy .rain.r! :.zTi. c'is-r t.xd rdY! r

I j >!i. .f I'idfliti) i_.Klja iu: M. L. McKinintv A -:i i. I.TrtrlF-4 (; i.j 1.9 eli.u.UU.. Absolutely Pur -- / oz/ want ff Bi'ggy. Wago.i Buckboard Surrey j jor
; Republican Convention m -:> ]; 1,. I. <,r J..kt.JJitar L l.au.l II. ,' I' -!H M did i.e *!rau vvjta srff. ,
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t:3l3 the anil the Count : G:"Do*! :'.: VT M'Vt *'.\ L"ils .-,:..: i iE 5> 'jtl<- __ : ; n.arveia "- f n.'. '.>*-- cr *> other rehJkle
) 3l I t : a-
i).:. : on > } | A.1liItt! nil !ht l t2iti i .,l ; .; '- -- : % t. :;. any from a Baby Carriage to a BQ
; P. Ward P. M. ->1 ti j .- Hiir I. J.nnl J--. -in : ->uifn :.......... .. : tt
ou tlif :! lM!, *t the Cuurt a n.nnluc-etl by II t". Surrtr.ejacinr ;n thi.i I G-r-f- rL-lnrmlIrU.er. ; !- ::; ordinarys ., .- tt
iil -. ani'f: ju oi.? 5a .nip-tition \ 1'r"-C- ; : !
Mar-ht! He "a SJnd :. -r !. I ca.i supply trsnt cshort notice.Carriajs
IIoI'e.% the uriuu [ withi\ I! irdf of lov te>i. fhon I 2r. th-rru p.1. E.-ii -" you .

; ; ClauntT -i-niiJH: Jhf : !. Q -Wh *:n dtl Gl pr14ni-.e t ci- : :ii:. tt.; ;" ) : ; ;-ov.-i-fri.. -.t-z I-. t1IJ -t J t2-.tft '

-:. :i. tIfl.zir.I I.o.t-r o x.J.i *I. .oT j jA. <>n rtnlv i-' -nnr.oral lUkioz i"-v- i.. -; : 'diit riu"i -;;.:
We glad that the i calling majj j c- uk.rcii r- I i tle : A
are Ifannfacturing1
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';1_;::< 1'E EGRjp.H.1 I "Wo .received .this avoek from n i! Obituary.tr. I CTTTSTBLANKENBURG O.PEEDI

..'t".. m ar 1lP COUt\.TY_ i_lady .friend ;a Thurman! bundrina I j I ." ( 'C01""C \'. Liying! .ston," .w !ho I lI r' FfiRMEBS$. ,ALLIANCE.. ,I. S Jlamr1ck&"ronelJEAI

.3 ,... ._. ._ r__ .I.Irke : with which AV,.'have had .the front I died :iii .this} (4t1Ol! .thie:5thi i iiist.II DECLARATION OF PURPOSES O. w. t ,,

J"{ ; ,}'ln ; July 13., 18si5rTY uf onr.oftee; decorated. this week. .- I I,was.1)01'11'in eat&l.n I IVnitsylvaninOct. 1 1I 'Profoundly": impresseu th.it: we the

.1 I, 18 18.27. Afterwards ntoving i farmers of .America who :vre united :I\ WITH A t- IK

ME&; 0 J paiiy."r.lll'of Mutual New York Life insurance have appointed' Corn j I 1 10 the western >art' of thtt>tate, hV 'ibi\,1 t Iron h"1..!i;i\nci' interests faithful, .should ti,> nf. when financial: or: I :Full l intj. ol.PlainURN aL: }.( n am { si it a]. ; -

becanrvmanager ot the Kensington I
., . i. U. Webb 'kl'.1 ;tranized into an 1I I ,.ciati"lI set forth our
their in tt3
::: agent" / ... When of the '
: 21 declaration tiICtefnrc'
years ag of intentions,
Uarrc1.of itrinet11aHy nt Jones4'1Iberger. Call I on him and learn the rates. ." vgold fever" being then f.t' 1theight -= re.-olv",; ; \ve .f I IT 1U It E : GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
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What j is the matter Uiat we!..can'thave he removed to Californi.;, 1 To lalittr for Use 1:111.111"1If ti<- ,

.--- .- .- some of the sido walks ivpaired. % 11d1e: he rl-mained. 7 yejirs. On his. n*:ricultural classes in I the science r.fC"iiomic t "

..; 't:: .r ,Mr&j Jufia Wall will return .homi .Somebody will get a IIl'C'kIm.kl'lI.if return: he was man il'cl tO: MisK Erne- *pal- Zisin spirit jrovernmenl al'lllo In in I ins a 'iti'strictly ut! a nOi-j Keeps Constantly on Rand : i large Stock of t STARKE, F

'UlOfI'O\\ this j is attendedto. line Li'JwfclJ'-hj.! ; sirvisingvMow, perfect union of stili chuoc I .
; 'n lttc r not a1l1 Chamber Sets, Parlor Suits, Kx- Patent,) Kuekers 1: IS3 Chiirs f
; -and 1 to whom he \\as } :2 Ttit Vt demand t'qU.Llli.lats to
engaged haixl f\JUline of
in previous We keep ooiist.udy loi, Hugg "pf'ht'| few days to his departure. and special; favors to none tension Tables Centre Tables, Divans Lounges 8 lid CabinetStands t a' .

this week. 5 a That we return to I Hie old principle I Book Cases Desks I'St.\tIl'S, i .
(town Any ( fl3 having frieiitbto; whom He .tht-\ engaged} in mercantilebnsrkiess Caned Jocxls. CsuuHc.. Tobaco
"f I I the.ullicc seek i lie man insteadf I
I In Mahogany, Antique (ak. Cherry w limit. In assort' I trolr>r in Plush ahlCimalu TI\
-would send i
like and
The) .rr KUGtUPI1.rOI. .\ vow ..tillj I IJln they to s.inijfle copies ; rei'iaincd, thus occupied > the man seeking the office. 0 I Maple aad Ask. trj.1
for 50 cent uf the TKtJ::.KAii, will leave ad until coming South. 4 To onduFse the IIIIUn. *'.(n things i Pole*, Katlaii antlSIlk Pl Cis"irssin(l all gfXMl-i usually found in

: j 'lJes GS: at 1*1oC office ami wo willeIeftiJty He also conducted a iniH, a foundry -: ess-utial: 1 unity, and in all tiling! charity.To PICTCRlTFitAJIKSAll tudrrt iu e-eat VarlMySpcriilittvitiiin I

,. Caroat3! Salt jusi 1'00d y.el tSviici "t iiul the }:t per. and was especially interested in morally"> develop socially r anil better financially.state men tall,.1 kiwIs nRrl sizes made tu onler. ) to l.1)h9iStt'iflg. : ;i lir>t ri grocery Stoic.Si. .

&. 1reiberg'tt.eV. : Some'jnucli needed improvementslhave oil wells and natural ga!. 6 To create: better understanding PLA.' Cd! Iu ..>*4t.!' finch htzitiliug'V
The winter o-f 1 l'm he Gaskins Brick Block STARKE
in civil! officers in
Fpent sustaining our RWiiKaining: ,
G. W..YaU.e.r ht. i'ei.igaJ.01' ; Inreu made in the .&de walk in I

.a 'Y3ttor. live 1 Uapllst ;thiuxli.or front of the Ga"kins brick Mock, this Starke extensively, havlug ici toe JLrcviu1i.d.trav4led West :and ollth'with IHW:; .mid To I order.co\ f.tanll.r strive to secure.{ :_ --- (0. L KEfiXK,

week. Let the good work go on invalid entire! luirmOi.y and I. good, vill to all Dress 8oods
the TKI.K- an !tln.Fil(1inO'the Millinery Fancy
.' take j jIN ,
tUevsam. })aign until the walks are in good repair. tnankind and brotherly! 11'\'l'l :ainmii; Lll'RER{ -
&;.R IlU.. ;.lrpoe months for 25 cents.onlantly. climate; : more agreeable OIl r.l'l't.. NOTIONS. KID (r.(YE:. P.TI.aI.' .
W.ork has .commenced on the addition he hid experienced "else- 8 To suppress personal local secliona Silk Umhrclhis. Zephyrand all kill

h }dU 'L1) .oft ti1izer (- to the Commercial hotel by where, hi returned with his family and national prejudii'ts, all uid'eallhfnlrivalry GREATQUANTITIES PLANSOANDioniEC 1 of niati-rinl for

.o.ulaic: } liy TrubjvSternburg_ & Co.. L. C..llnll, the contractor. This the autumn following ami} has been and wlti"h nmllllion.J. A 1f '
phn.clI l'JT:7r..
here The biijrhcit jewels Which "itrarners :f
house will when be CI'l'iIlC(', a'quil'ill'a.ll1alle
completed an
.wall >e ,
few ';se>vinjinacluiits lire the tears of widows and ri?Tronijt ntf rrtion to crvleru.Tfest .
Aeap.by 'irviby, Sternbur & ornament to :any Florida town. property, in and around the city. 'olt' allS and its imperative commands: J AND nEADY FOR } ; SJT St.. Oir t.turs.

.t old Although Mifferer from a < omplication are to vi.-jt I the Jmmes where lacerated 4 JMte.vLLr.. n.
o. ,; The new furniture btorf seems to of !di.-ases hearts to the Mif-' 1 --
: Mr. Lhinirstoii. : are bleeding:; assuage: I
b-i- ear laad *1.15 per be very popular already. We noticeA has been known ::0. one of our most ferinsjsofa, lirotltvror I sister; burv t he--I I SHAPES- U3E.
1.lay & great many l people visit there dai dead; care fr the widows and educate
Stcrnhng enterprising I
Truby u-ns engaged -
ImHilfedat ly.'e think Ulankenburg will thc-orphans: to construe words and
for some time iu the real d-eds in their most favorable light: grin
Co. do a Viery good business this fall. bu iness .. Crates : Brackets
'-- estate and 1 al"atook: an ting honesty of purn se and good intention ,
iirosnects are good for tlle'ew -- active interest in all l that 'concernedthe to others, :and to protect the principleof
"The earI'4itt. The frame is up for Mi:. I). Xew-
re-built au the National fanners Alliance: and
mill to be ingham's new house -next to Mrs.[ progress and} wcif.-ire of this section Co-operative Union till dealh. Its laws BaJuslers Hand RaiJ

.. Livingstone's; It is to"ha,3 good of the State, a.thouyh: W per- are reason and equity; iucunlinal loc-. Mouldings Stops, Drops, ,

Uats! Hats!-!- 'Hats!!.! Sec Truby, hi/ed house and will be a great addition e.nptorially ,ecliivd IwldingMI.\-t times inspire phi ity of thought and life;
lis- public; office. its intention i.. "Peace on earth and .
mammoth to that'end of wwn. 4 1
& CiJ. : New'
Sternburg good w-ill toward men.
He alo Door l Posts
ww; known as a liberal, -- Posts

play. Mr. J. II. Lane; representing A.I philantrop'n-, genial Christian gentleman Cull for 4* Democratic ('otlcflUupi ,

Vive poundsyf good Rio coffee, I B.; Campbell's 11111510 houe in ..Jacksonville : -a devoted Imsbind \wl f:1111.1' for the Second oJ Con Florida.;re"
for one dollar, at Truby, Sten.bnrg. ': was in the city this week. i iI -a trustworthy friend and} exoptiona'ly Tl-.A Democrat of the! Second Ctiniesion.i1 ALWAYS OX07s hAN) Refracting Power
I lie had on exhibition; a )handsome 'I District Flori.hwia lit.id -convention at ,
very good neighbor :wjil of I iuexInuxtibje I
.& c.1'. Orlando on the HJlh day of Augajst. 1$>S, at 12 in .
___ Fisher piano 2iich he. was offering : 11051')ItaI!lt) for the folio ins pui-pohi-s: TII"lt1: AS Tt.'l'Anr
Stcrnbnrj & Co. a-e offer- ,I, Three 1. To nominate: a v.imliJute fore Fifty-first AM COLORlESS: LIIU.unSEL,
Trubv, do _cheap._ _______ children were buried in the Uni ' in nO Exeotitne OIL endurance the
genuine bargains every Xorth, an'd l Iw Jeas a wife and 'ng 4 :Mrs. Joj-eph Kelt-it relunied the j r:_ chUdren I who will 1 remain: permanently ) : The diiTereiit, Bounties Gf the Second. Con arre'- without lar.ut
pnrtment. __ other fr.orn her Northern ; to re-ul for honrn fatigne.
day trip. sional islre.t: will >pt d delegate ticrorclinu j
>.of ,1.Irygowlscreived in :St.irki; These have: the sincere the onionaient made by the L'onRn-ssional ;, they ItroPerfect
invoice >
large She I Jiioe time but nji| Prices to suit the thsLtimes.
Another Truby;bleinImrg :I eporiI.very .I sympathy :ar : ,
week at
this thinks Florida the l best place ;iftcrall. Mar siJith' follows.:
4 ,'OIl1I1I1JlI1o.. -\lllclluJ. ... .,1t' Nirioti.... .1.1 ,
I Her sister and Jittle Testimonials front the Usidiu.vr phy & Co. _. son returned III B.lkel'l "asaiiIraIf'rd . .
the death: of Mr. L5\ingsto'i .. L"nit\'ll States. goTpnors. ivnaton.legislators.
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() doHaI'.m buy 200-lb.. wukf : w ith !u''. our city loses one of its bct"and ..... ,..1.., Os..ola.()rang ... .. ..1aBrevnrI. 2Cm3'S Send Your Orders To st'M'kinen.ilifTi-rrni hrnm-hes lien of note of tnvdv.lu all monk..rs.pn>f-s-ions mechanics ant it.
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J-eTool salt at Truby I blernburg : honored Putnam .t to..can he iriven who hl\v hail their sight io -
4) 1 The total amount collected for most citizens, and} the I'resbuenau VollllIlbi.11 St. Johi .... f
A Co.'s. fines the since December t cjjurch wliich he Bade ... .... t Sumter .. ... ... 6 II proved by th\rr use.
ill city 12 in ( was in J
lnval .... .,. .:J Stiwaitnee..10
was in the city 1887, is S1C7.SD, and for town\ license Elder and Chairman: of the Uoard I ofTmstees HamiltlJU.I !9 I \I."ia... .. ... !9IitIP All Eyes Fitted, .
this Mr.week John v1iUeVesey is auay: on I Ia $G1.51, and *97iV2t w.v. collected -. loses one of its most !loved, llalli.oQ. ... ..........11.1:3: Total ... ..-.:O-l I The STARKE SAW Mill j jI f And the Guaranteed by

for taxes, making a tota.1! of i and} useful I members. The I'ounlic-I will 'cl."t twir! delegate.: either BITERS & JOIX.:K.
visit to Tu1I1'a. in mass nut'iinjTsor: i-oure Hon. as may he considered -
--- El 1,2J6.58() and .\ et we are eon>ider-( I I The flllw'al'a": a large: one aJlIlwc.1I i best l bv the reopl.- acting through the I' Su-kw Florida.TIBHO .
: Lots f,)r sale clieai. attended I II.U'lll'llly: ,) allizlj/II.: And it i U ivcnmmern-!. YOUXi *
30 City :ably in debt. by nearly all I our leading I- U. P. Proprietor. la"Io\c'4! Hilt In plieil located. Apply' to 'N. J. ., ___ _- : "i-.t, th.U the i-itizciis ill each county assemble: for _. _ _ : tope
Centrally citizens. The remains; were interred tl.i< mn-pi>-<- tii the court 114111"(. <'r other u'.iiaII.hIt' -- -. _. = _.- ---- .\. :K. D.'ft'1DI.WHOLESALE
Fla. Some well meaning i ppjon'' ha. in | of inoetiu,:. on Silturilay. August hut if -- ---- -- ATLNTAOA..
;'onctc:;; Starke, __ i Cro.sby Lake cemetary.: thcI'i. lo uculi, e iii that day they shonMmeet DEPOTS
---- President nailed a piece of jlank over a hole as i-any as iii-aetieab'e tit reaftprpro\ide; lLhat V1T"-O.V1S 3V 1
Am.ther car of Ideal: und iu the side! walk nearly in front of : Pais i tbesniall 0t tl'e Inek I indicateidise ndtliing'lM'ro.n! shall he tinder too tl'm- '..fd the C.'.ml.l C'oiniiiiltfts the tune: or :
received by ruby, i : : fonditinn ortllll l liver or kid- Utiu r to ) ,1\\RSCHBERGS
Hour the it the hole'HKely \
halilry.'hile stops i noys, whidb may br' ea-ilv removed bvibonsoof [il-ire '(r 1I0Idilltheil' coutty nu'etinwurcou- "j
A Co. this week. it will \-". tiOIl>. over *hlch nuturs such rominittceshave o'lED DIAM
trip 1 |.
burg a person even [ 1' .1 Ji. McL.iif.s! Liver entire i-oniro!.

MrlN.TJTHaeaTnan expects to I I time. .On Sunday night i in only a nnd! Kidney palm. si.Oo(( per botile.exposure :. 1C is riTOiutnfiideil that where,conventions areh..1 ; tCTACLE/b
: I the I'rt't-inet n eel irt5 fur ni p.ifltiig iMi'K-
A bonbon Ins lotspear few m unites (S dilferent persons tripped tIeS be l.el.l one \vt-ek |iiior lo tte al..\e date
build\ fine large I ii jnxssing. tIHIIiH lo i-old w inds, rain, iprscstej for the nvi-iitioiw.;. Dry Goods Storesr.&ft1iE 1
the McthodU church. j :-- bright; light, or niilrtria. may biiug onintbiiuin.iMon Arr-i'i eiiu'iits are l>eiij: ; juidc tiroiifli! the
: and soivness of the local c-miiiiittee at OrU.i In lo secure largely
Card of Thanks.
York is this week notifyir. ;j I 111' .1. 1 If. \it'Lelll'S StreiiartheningD.ve reflih-e1 rntt-scrtra\fl to nii'l from S ihecimvenlio'.i -' .
Cant.. raised The[ family 0( the late George W.Livingstone Halve will subdue tin- inlliiniiiatioii. t .nd this <'oiiiiiiiitit1 vill Rive to tile county
those whose property, was ; '()Ifliltl'OtIuc linti.jt' tbe results r 'ae c 1 &tin
all :desire, through the columns co; and bootlie the nerves and I strenprtb211 lrh'!
by the board of equalization. 1 I of the Tm.lfm'\I'jt, to extend wealc and fiiling i i'Sijbt.] : i: :'*) edits Ci'iintv
a box. t' e"1mill',1:1'I: : : .' | I .' po 'tL .l\< "
Mr. N. J. Jones is soon to e1et3uoo a their he.arl-1'elt thanks V> the friends I"|I to 1'1'< : J;%

the conn-rut' Ills J I :lId jieighhors 1 .iho so kindlv :lllill Sick Ik Ha: lil is tbo c'urso (;1" IIIJIMlives. : iiii-si' !
$: residence on j I Delt'K.ite not ii.t'-ii'Ii'r! :: 1'1 arrive at t i'! honrjiviil .
his b-auliful orange'tjvts. : lcl'm: : : J ly rall'ed round 1 them dnriiigtheir 1 T.J i-iiry! i:and,! prevent) this .---sr.iov: ., s-.-".I tluircre-tfiliaU h) i.nn t. tIlt! I'1:1 1 1'111I .s YEGLASSS
Jots among) ins emunhii.t! u This ij iiu .> >v :
recent :ifHi.tion and 1 beroaveincut j I IJittl? Liver and ICidnev I'illetTbey i .lit in ( ________ I and \\ h\.c' thi.uhitfiil :a.-sis',. -.tri :Irt' ;db 'C' j JII..c: al,1' gciiie ill i IIll'ir1 L-OtillKt'lll i I'K'I'Silll;; tl--JI N llfiillllSV I !i. < -ip.vm-VS-n-C alu-l: 11(11J; ; : J'OUSiIVJiitc ;
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; Mr. H.
heard from tt1ontii.t. 1 I.H.tiPII. ;." j m V \\>.ln'ib. Cn.n. : I ; Hirschberg
Austbi IUN b.-en > t;"-11'i:1. 4" ) .
II. tii: :<-c' did 1 so i iichi I lowaid 1 sustaining: !:! i It.ut'.vtt.c1l :"!\" ." 1 I ,

It is n-portod! that lie is i them in tb-e hour of their 11 ia1. .\ s lietiie !,! mi )fl"t looking- {,s I lluex- :: For a Republican Convention. 5 j I The rth well-known under Optician Planter of house 107' St.X.Koii .

I nxkl. to get batk to londa: a- ------ |'"ri:t(f.tii nt I"hjrit1a! orange- ;-. i'r.u.ie': III j.ar":'ian,'e<.f a ioM'latSon: II lia Ik-publican I I &oods,, Laced :11 Ui, .i ci'rEN7"S l.oui, tins tr.Itl'puilltl..1.J.([ I... Oaskins) of
New Enterprise. ucxl winter.! StiitcKsoiiiiive; (Vuinijtt; a j-r.jr.-etiii!j >ti ol' the, -
i I. 4'arkp. n q Ationtfor celebrated Dia-
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glIu. 1t.u.letfl5\J i i*- tiite .of. l'Ku'id is li iebvuleil :
--- --- \h. .J. T. l i'Vvvko.f Lakeside(! ; : IIIm..t.lal'r siiil lyeglnsses, and
The firm of (.Jardiner fc Pace are has decided to put at once a gristmill I. \'. BII-"i-;: Hudson;; : has sold as t. .lay tn of ijie/a July at 1*Kcani.*. at li r 1111'101..41.1.,'di't:k. Koor.The i ;Ier.ty.; tiieJNt I l; AND BOYS' HATS, BOUTS. AND SHOES AND :il'i tor his Diamond N"ncbanieblo

constantly busy; aiisweiuig inuiries up ic.il I esla/e[; i agent! I, dniiug Ihe I ywir :'.(iQO j,un".s* of thtf fccpt the aud u* ie'' cotton gin, rice II 111\-l' awl crate acres of 1 uij. and expects i.i"ou t.* sell 25. i1gu).' :\ ijlatforui* the irrenthMt i iovcnth-n eer madein
about Bounty caiidMatos for tlltIate ofilcer* to
combined Oilt lw eastside 000 : Sp ctaclea. n.r\ proper ('On?'ruotlon
machinery MK.a-
tt State election to be )held: in Xovenihernext I .
it e
1CC. .-- .-:- .. _. ._. of the Lens n person purchvsing H
'II U ,_ of tII."m'k has already -- -- -- -- and HI"'. ii 1 is recoinmeniiutt.! that the ---- -- -- --- -- -- -
.lel<''.'>tes of th-* J-t and 2nd Consn** ional Dis-1 pair of these \onhllnjollhle Giasser
Car 1)31of\ flour tar load Cwf corn, commenced ::1I1ll'cforc'lIotlll'1' 'Hd.\ .\ fie .ai-l I easy "'\peetorttjon js pro- tricts; ln.ld a (" ".\'lIlhJII nUll lunninite cati.ii- AND'' never ban to c.hiu.rt the.MB Glasses from

load of oats and bran, car load J, rolls around, t his institution i )!I 1 \ thl'e..ll" a low d-mes of lr .1. 1 1. .I cLo.i (datc (lor Co-Kros GARDINER PACE the "yes. and eve pair l purrhaaed are
ar : its T-r \vi hie Lmi Halm i iu ail I caes For the psirpo.se of electing 8 delegates to attend \ Knarauiued. s') that il they ever leave the
S received at Jones & and numbered 1 with the real. Mr.Fewkes \ the Slate Convention to he held at Ocala,
up ,
of hay just 01 bo.nesiu.s-4, sore tIi! oat or c\J kul.v 0 of the Kepnb kilns o rallf"l'd ConnEr are hereby eyt-s (no runner how ru..iac1 or ftcratcbeilth
ft 1 has been ill the same: business brealhill! ; _
iJeiberger. \I called! to meet in mass meeting at the Court Lns aro; they will furnish the
=_____ ___ for years He already has; a11 .----- -- Hoii-e in Starke the C'ounty teat on the 21st STAriKE Bradford r- County Florida party with new haIr nf CJlasston free of
life in the old and reliable lay 01 July at 1 o'clock 1'. M, also! to attend to diargc'. J. I,. f'ask ins has a full Ort-
liwrc your the icquired machinery. except an CIIKALMSUADING. any business that may be probably brought up inent and invite all who wish to salivfyU
Lif lusurancc Company the furtherance th. ci'Use. Let theiv Ix- a
Mutual which he has ordered and for
engine, lves of the of
Miu great "operlorHy
turn-out in the interest of the Republican
of >t\" York. J. C. Webb is expects sooiiito be on the giound.Mr. THE EVENING METROPOLIS, cause.By large. REAL ESTATE AGENTS the.*- lilasHCH overany and all others now
onlfr of the County Executive Committee, : in use. l Vail ant' exatiiino the'nama at
i-jty aeiit. Fewkes'' is a practical businessman JACKSOXVILLi:, FLA.Is L. C. HVLL. .r r* n.SI.axs.l ,

The loss--of -tic: -s.i\v-; --mill is felt byevery and will add much to our) already a d.uly 1I\w. -pal'cr. pnblisbei] N. JoixKJt Chairman.Secretary. :irist mill Optician.

this week. It is live little city. To all bticliprogiessive II C"C'J'Y.'I.\5' except Sunday, ran-.\ ing HIP 1 -*> Only Airont forMtarke.REAL ,
in town .
man Associated yr.s' disjUeh, iie" s 0' the SURELY CURED. \ .
)Jiop4 tb4t Jt wUl i.ot be I IOJJ g till its citi;.eis, oir people bid Slate, political IIP\VS, .social events and CONSUMPTION ORANGE GROVES ESTATE.
them welcome.They good family read in:. keeping fully alive To TUB JDITOr.PI'ase inform your readI I ; .
; re-buit. ----- lo the demands of the times and is fnr- er-iliit t have a. jiositivp remedy for the abbve 'I J.-II Lou-. J. P. Pam: C.E.
Decide on the Vote of 1884. nibed lo subscribers at. the followingb named: disease. 13y i itt timely me thousands of .. & NOTARY PUBLIC.
Why; ('LI.Pouryounglnen not origanizu The Democratic Executive Corn- >w rates; One( ) month, -15, eonls; throe 1 hopele- cases have been permanently cured. I II IMPROVED FARMS '
cia Ii.V.e certainly shall! h I-.' 1III/I: send two bottles of my re.niie(1Y
bandana LOW PRATT.
? and
a which Lake Hutlerorlast ni'Mitbs, l.i"; six inoiuhs, W.5C( ; twc''c'mOlllhs. .
mitt(, met at I'flFTh; to any of >our readers 110 have consumption -
hav-J gooclll1atl'l'ia\\ one, and a ; 1 call I I tile :i. .s U'is i- a eampaigo: year i if they will send me thfir express S
I > decided} to
aturday .
I I oji'portunity
too. i iI IMP Metropolis prptPiits( I a go.nl and post office address. Respectfully. WILDfLAND8.- O/II..I./Ie G i V I wes
large one, I ,
Convention I in thi t- ri-I jhi,' 'lIP. .
I I County to meet ret .e np\\'s ( p. T A. SI.OCU.M. J!.C.. 1S11'earl St.,New York.depends '
'l'lkursdaviig.} 9th to elecl. I 1 t'A BTU; .t HU"SKLL, I'ropiietors --. .. _._- .
The first solid carload of nails. city on \ Cit.y g-oper.ly,
much the
1lII'lli'ss very on .
the Orlando Convention
that ever came to this county was 10 delegates to Wanted: Filly IJitsbcls oi' ]*c'achc.cl. condition of I lie livfr and the kidneybTlie lCOOrJ'( ) s of I hml} beloiiging to tile FLOKIDASOUTH TIMBER.LANDS in-
received by Truby, Sternburg & Co. I to nominate: a CongresMiiarfrom I will pay: unlill further notice I ills I of I lil' make .Iit I little i t I iinpre"Mon any part

.a few days ago, this 1ist licthi(11, l meets 01 at the rate of 1 1.50 for fresh sC't'I1 ou I hoeV digestion I i is OIl go..kidneva. Yon !hHILUKVAV < 4))., clistnhuh'd l ;throughout. the Mate, ninl OF .p r.,(I U{ .\..,
""oUtlaW!; vour liver
J.- E.- Low--- and-- -family of the 16th of August, and also to nom delivered in any quantity: :tt I Highland I with Dr. -I. II. McLoin'Liver: antiNidnciys I l'\ teiiiiug MXitinvuriJ ij-oa tJn Kiiilh houmlary) of (U'oriii lo Fort I Ilarri'll, LOAN PLiCED'ON: .UWROVElt

Capt. iuate a Senator and} two Representative station, I Highland I Florida. I Ba: 1111. $1].Ikl(> i per bottle. ii CITy' PKOi'EKTY.

Green Cove Springs ha\c been *, nl! to beoh'c1 for at tlugeiieral 5th 188K. O. C. Knox. ------- Ill .I.tI'\w n-Miitj. I
spending the week with )lr. and election i in November. !'h1\ July. Far letter than the harsh: treatment of Civil Engineering, Surveying,
'diciiies ,v:bicli lion bly ripe] the pitient I Liberal Terms and Special Inducements are offered to I '. aunt Conveyancing$ .
.1rs. lieiberger. recommended that; the I District j! Con Worthington Spring Hotel. and (lO-t 11).V the co-itin i 'r oft"r stoinache. -

J. Q. Adams has taken formaliKihsehSion I. ventiojis meet and select their delegates This famous Hotel I l will In; opened Dr.J hlIIi1d- II.I Mi: I Lean's i-lleciive Chills action:md BONA FIDE SETTLERS. GREEN COVE SPRING, FLORIDA.
Cure (
lever yi
INh. hotel to tiie County Convention orAug. fur the reception of guests, (.II .
of the will!I c'111'1'. So'dat 5J: cents a hol'le. Xo. 4 rUOCKERBLOCK.- -

.md i is ready for the reception of : :nJ. nel.gltc.'Hre: allowed\ \ .iii ii' I 1st good boai.d riMson.ilde; I ill' .- -- --- ; jOUOOere ol' 'nIll: ampRv/ann's; land anil lands frm'l Pots?OTWCB liofK'TJox ,tH .
,0okr. according! to the vote of I ISSt wit I in the ,
accident oi-i-nr
CleveUnd Fret1 1II.II fly Circulars and Views ofUreen
guests.Kdw'arU the of the Spring. I Lithflgrahic
the benefit of the i increase ;in I 18:0. eluding use household! wliii-h CHIISH burns; cnt, : :: .\. lju3uii; ; situate .on lioih si;.k-s of the Florida. Railway and N.ivigaYf : (,.ove Sprinl4 will he lent on ap-
Cottages for rtnt.3Irs. xprninsand bruises; for II; .CMM sneli: cas"SDr. I 'I
von Putz was over : !.Ii4-"tio". I'lIrrp"'p"ld 'Y\cw idted.jW'fflCKS .
Ha is Thankful. I .1. I II. Mr I. -aifrt V dcanit: Oil i ( s 1 hitof Kiiiru-id lrt\ri-f FiTimndiiiu: yii t.hetlantic coat; :1el; I - -- i
to Circuit Court last Monday byJustice. I desire to t-xtpnd jr.r licirl-fet! thanks l j : Fannie I U. .Innes, i meat Iris for 11I'111.n'u. li 'cn the Jill-j I .' ** ... 1-- : -

l't.'l.k for selling] intoxicating I" ;il! thofc.i! cili:i-ns who icndi-wl .*iulValuable tf \.1'ri'r.". statst fa\oiite f.itni'y roiiied I Cedar: Ixi-y--, on: liaJiilf(; c: V. xii; : '', .. 1I :

)Jiquor on the 4th of July. ) si Vie to me in saviiif; hnnbi! ;I' I I I'r"I''s who lead a iitn of<*xiiosuiearesiiiject I I -4 .- : I -
----- and otiier work, at the burning of the ?ax\; 1 I. .. .. $
., tp.q Mr. and MrZ W. E. Ja'iaucl mill on Sunday morning. Goc/l vi.iI. : to, a.'d rliPiiiii'Uisin will tiu-1 I
ia'IaI4 :ii '. and :)In s. \\. 11. Davis, and: Mrs.Jlcr.lv was dune l by lh- citizens. and wx-ru it pos' 'DRUG STORE ellill I Dr-I. I II. \f(' l.PIII'SI''alli(. Oil '. -. J.. ..: :

! dire spending a f.ew weeks rutsticatfng -I MlikI 11111 MIIU ihucutirc property would :; Liniment;. ; it will I I banish pain and subdue I A SPECIALIST.Send .. ': .
. have JICTII 6iviil SS itl.uninalion. fcIndigestion BlUBIilt AND n.tlta UftEaCEU.b .
w on Crystal Lake.M 1 G. I' YOVNI:. I _._ =- I I tic. I .. -

1k fl I14..f.Is' *. I' J. Field, has-completed- the -Want- -Fire--Protection.- 'i .1J.JL1.lf==; : :::._' ,( )i.fil (".' t : r<'suits from a pnl1al..1a-1 for discriplive pamphlet, maps When mafimy" ap OPEN A* AILJIMES.

bank buildin They : : ; : } .-.'ijl1'-.t--: ii 1.1 :t ::1: ralv.s.is ol'tlie I stiun.u-Ii! and i is the plillla-I vitiation for lands whether to the principal or agents PLEAS& ,
IL '
at )
brick \VOI-K to the new A public iiUM-liii:; was; :< r.:1':1: ._ .- .! of4 i ot'a vprv la rte unjority( of "OffGAU.SLW'
I ;
jj. The roof will be put on and} it ''Court I(I'"'.i-t. Oil widnesday nuu'iini*. UK -fr---i-\ l C fjU'lJ. '--f I.j'\i \r: 1! ills ry that: luiiinoiiv is heir to Tho most REFER TO THIS A DyER TISEMENT. \ JfM ; SHOP EAST
I dfvhicli was to the lowi : .: i-; :', i it Dr. r j ,_ ..
wjlll-t. finished at once.The. ) !loliji-it urge i -?_t'i 11. .,'.92s.:1 iJ' I a tcc.-di'c I :and et'etive reiuodv i
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____ _up___-- ,' : \.,'!! In lal\c s.iie sti-ps towaid sonuj I .7- : :-v ." ['j g.I .u. '; I.J.H.! 1 Me I Le.t'ii's Little Liver and Kidney :. in-li {> 1iS tf :, OFRALErOAD.frih .
; ks and mod-Mil I _J L--I". Tn'. ( > ,'ja'. I ., .,_ _____ __ t '*-
brick art I j kit.d ot wali-r Will Muuc I '- i Il'illf'l". -cou".a : 'In= a" --oa' ;:? ;
Kdgewood yards ', l ____ -- I .1.tir.i;; ; ; .
I' ,cli-cli-t I, 't n 1--, ktpUI) tnuul & (Itt
I\VitkoVski "
in- rstI wa>
Ia.1. 1--
turning out some very good l JriC'k: j C'liairPuiii.! Mr, II'OIIas calcIIli''H! l f1f;>, t !!;I".I .J ; .5:. .' ;>! Dr.) J. II. McLean's I Mr ngtlutnii i g lrll"I1: rIi-. fail!itftIji I :J'tolClt for sale.
better ;in tiu :I .- 1c Cordial :MI I lil-iod 1'urilicr. py its vita t 'IJ.\:nUUfo'c' CUUE clc.'arnw the ball:.
IIt \\. 'I l here are none for a ft-w rcinaiks in which lie said li.ailu ; 1 -- w IL m IflNRbS S & SON1LiKE
ri't' !i that aili-iar I II ix.inir propfities, will brghu-n pale I i (:Im.I I H' hiFS for the face f4.
State for building purposes.Mrs. \\as: of) I tin.- opiniuti I all ; : I hairirard
tr.irst'oim pal" ,
ti_ : I well .;ititI l \\ali-r l piprs. hand; engine :1lcl; i L. GASKINSUK i-lu-eks, and : a of, : t nhnovesunlitinu! Ian. freckles and tinath
i into
lu4atea Irene Koanan niece of (Co1. J. ;hook and I \lldcr could bo btuight for *").- thispi i imel woman: one sparklingi.ta'iiv. J!he skin."A .
j. n\: rcDru iit.i1l It 411'I 5I.W per I BUTLER Bradford FibridaI ,
Co. full Hrfc ami Ilmiri
and tools! to I liure ; i1.Ra-i.nr' cor.-
H. Martin returned with him I (ClIO( : that an engine I :
trSCICP : .
well: cIIIIIII.c litui-rlll tor aluiiil! Sl.UO!:). 5s MedicincLSiarke I stoutly" mi, .hand old nrzots reiwinil.
,olicl Kentucky: and is visiting ith Jtifamily .> Tlu- matter of providing ci>!crn-< was aN.ilitu.s l I 's U. D. TITHE .\ :'; f:; EOI TJI): t .f. w. HICKS.

I ;at. the) KlItlll'k'1. I i UII-C. It I to I Fl I *. rr A mn:. J L1t .
. ; 'i'tl. I Uiis tinally ajiri-i-d pre : __
X5| t ____. .n __ .. .1i :JI I a isul UI in in lie Council I I Iliallhl'J I FLORIDA SOUTHERN Rail V'av.Co. i .

re not Mr. Street Committee,, taktM> IIc.ti"lI in r.-2-ird: lo I the in illcr.uitl 1 ,.ciaiis" Proscriptions I .Blantcsn &

end f Whv IK' iiKjuiK! into the! coMs and tl-e be'lI I y II I 4pga Trust Lands, S. A. Swznn, Trustee. Haynes
, between t .
rmltio4II li.ive atieet crosMiig" Ir.j at ilU /'nnii'x--ili'ti # .
n.etlt'id) .>T ot'lainiinr tiio proieclio-i. I ( .ref'1i7!/"l'o'/II'i"(7" I
the meat market: : ,, William and Swann's Lands formerly R. R. lands; or
} and
lierytable{ j \\ ilk I\>U"i: Mi. IV-i-k. ami Mr. .Irllll!: 1 !'d I t

One "is iiccdvderv badly there. \\-iv *:I'PlIlIt'II.1 riniuiUee; In Wait; oil .1"
U i1uUPe I tin- Council and tIe tli.it tlioy:% call I ;i >pl"dallll.t'.liug : Florida Land Improvement Company of New Jersey. -'s -1)eaIeijiiGENERAL :

e I II'. J. L. I'razeian aUtIJ 11('\ rnd UiluHDIIKaciicn. I in tin i ._ I __ ; Florida Land and Mortgage Company, Limited. .. ., I .

from Jaeksimville has been in tin mutter. -.-. - l'setJARKER'S CINCER TONIC without dt'lay.ran II 1 '"S
A 1U..u.'u..1 eoIaMuni UaAt cui co v.hen all el.e ai1lftMnre1 I -,,- -. .
) acIenamel of the week. I lie is rom- A Bucket Brigade. the worst.&'.of CUll 1:11.Weak LUnIR.".t hma ..
L city most Starko hi> home, i .\t the .tIZe&.l 1 ill/I of )Mnror Wit I onk i ]ntl1.tluD.imatiMii,JII\\ard 1emalehokneN'j'aiiis Exhawtlt and&I I pains Inuablo., and 1a"
templating making tulLe :a iiuuilii-r ot fur jou-ig tn"n sntl a t I irdtrs ot the fctuiuach and Bo"eli 6uc. 65 Druggi.UHINDERCORNS. I I :
o 4oU1'.pmtI j,I the (...ttt I llouu \Vciiiii'lav'iUL'h: t' -ANDSTARKE- I, Uiiilru.am: rau ',.: .t .'i -1 < !Iu-ij hi.! !, ft suit purvl :I.M fi .

We are informed that Col. Moon i and oisiini/eid: si I InicUel I Iniga-le; cousin i t- i 1 'ihe ( surert and best cure arConm,Bunions&e! --1- -

will move his stock of goods} to tin i nijj; of ::J1 I1II'mher"LCII number is I.pr7Idtl t I., to Ftojw euro.all ram.14 cents Enmires at lirugyaiUlscuT comfort to the oS'co., .Never. Y.foil I''J'I": wilE/ER, T1w" !1l1 I4 are ,il: ,, 111\1; 1tn-il. iiifliiiliii2 Yellow, Pint-. White Oak, Hickory, .

drainage Company's land. \\.wiil li- him,df with \% tl.hl"JIII'k,'I CtH-=>. He. !t" !1" !1:1.c.r> wili I iu.ik. >|>fciil: 11 lPargtiri4.I '
belt. MiyorVilkt,\>ki was eicteiCf 1 : FLI \.
and I :
the Colonel! abundant sIIt'cess in hi::S : a PANLLCILDEmTflow I ---- ) f
.1. L to WatchesOt'locks j
'laia..J. W- t'Il'II'IIl"Ulcmau. I h."t huul.1 know.5etd ; pt-eial' attention given repairing Hampton Fla.
new )location. \\'e have no doub t Wills Secretary, and! a commilti'u vvi: MII11i'Ati2LL1L'. :.\!; ,-. 1'C.Ecl'lHaifalo.S.Y.i.'rl .. and Jt-vielry. &:c.. &c. All work dore* I i \Vc are :ih.; MMHIyi! -!i & f.h; :: ='r.OHID.SOtTJIJ'H KA1LHOAD. and ,

but )he will do a good business i O!II appointed dratt 1 u-I\\\: :. The mcetinadiourned :,. I P ERSIA,Skia?Gore= BP.OO1.ana biemidb 2t.!EraJicntor. Cct1czsentthr knowa. at:11',1 roiiroasl.le& 1'a'.... priced lor eash. Enquire of 1J1<: > will sell IIieir land in ::ny C'ouiiiy- Jy Ft-lTiiary: 2-*, LS'1 'j

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E TALMGETS SER3LOXTbo blast of the night wind aa the door opens er. He said though he had reversed the FACTS FOR FARMERS. y- --" c-.t.- .

to let them ia is heard the voice of Him engine It seemed as though it were going -Aawratty ia the shape ef a ." II _

1 J who said: "1 was hungry and ye fed Xe." at lightning speed faster and faster Chicks need gritty and or fine fnftBVoasaapUsc oTtbe aaaea .

: Disabled Hnnters Bring Down 3 o cohort of Heaven will be too bright to though it was reallr slowing up and with n-el as soon as they begin beat. to beseeawaay Che York (Pa.) 'JM

a transport them. By God's help they hare almost supernatural strength he ea.ugtd their _apem tbe,aumiit farm of MeWaflaoa 'LtIY7 :
start grinding apparatus.Ia
the Most Gtme. vanquished the Assyrian hosts. They hare the child by the hair and lifted it up azu to Coaewago tewasbijL Ov a&- FORcrs -HAIL

: fXW dirided among them the ,spoils. Lame when the train stopped and the passengers no way caa a farmer with less .-.,wesfl4 10 it a few days aiaee, -.

4 lame yet they took:the prey.I gathered around to see-what was the !ironble enrich a poor field with scanty mtl tbe tuiUfana iafor-oeJ a* that ha4tt and all .

Grud AeUerraarBU_ Labortg was riding along the country road one matter there the old engineer lay fainted herbage than by feeding sheep on it. tbe crafctec Ia the eprinr. sad Ue Hog Cholera .

: Cader XMaadraatac**_Tb Bllad tbe day and I caw a man on cratches. I overtook dead away the little child alive in Ms So affirms an English sheep farmer. ray amall twig iaserted GaIT a taw Disease of Hog**

'. : '" 1uae.u.e Halt.W..tdllcflr Lim. He was very old. He was going swarthy arms. meavtfcaaffo ha mow jrrowa to tne beigatof
I the ol GOL Grabs in cattle may be least three or lost feet aod ma y ef -
; .. GUrr very.lowly. At that rate it would have 'Vhr* you say "that was well > the Do deL
taken him two hours to go a mile. I said: But I want you to exercise some kindness Vy squeezing them out through the leaves thereof are very large meeaar- UeqwiI1 -- diLk 0.4 y --Vt

"w ouldn' yon like to ride?" He said: and some appreciation toward those in orifice, which can be seen 'just over lax nineteen Incfaeeia lemgth sod nearly aIM 1Icc..m.which aaB'qusutlU'OeO2pot. .

: The subject of areeeat erm 1m by Her. Thank you would. God bless you!" community who are snatching the little each grab. As this process causes aeren ta width and still frowiaf larger.of with IIdIk Into.
/ A.m impelled ae to.note the size _
T. DeWitt Talmace at the Brooklyn Tabernacle When he sat beside me he said:"Yoa see, ones from trader the wheels of temptation and local irritation. remOTe Cariosity t-'diL b .

4 ;? was 'Disabled Hasten Bringing I am very lame and very old but the Lord and r..n-s&tclrlng them from under some pain each little distance the largest toarea apoa\ grown from ebestaat tea to liDl4 5,rw.lJDIln.. .. tar.4- -_shMJrbsW.
few some be
day. found to
:- Down the Host Game." is text was: has been a good Lrrrd to in*. I hare thundering rail-trains of eternal disaster only a trees which we and 1M can,n I.vow"... .bire4'; 5M

I .1: one lame take the prej.r. raitJ 25. buried all roT chuliren. Tae Lord gave bringing them up into respectability from each other. twelve inches long and aboal three a before the ere*, aerrirritability

: The utter demolition of the Assyrian them, and the Lord hat a right to take in this world and into glory for the There is. perhap not a nook or half wide. the Altogether part of it Mr.is a WalLace novel aperlmeD111poa and S8i iaciiitFiOiwm f fr -os wh ,-ef

bost was here predicted. 2ot only robust I them away. Blessed be His name. I was world to cone. Ton.appreciate what the corner on the arerage farm but what if the sue of the leaf is a criterion to gmideas. t93$ --- _

;: '-, men should go forth and gather the I very rick: and I had no money, and my engineer did. why can you not appreciatethe mar be used for some kind of a crop the auto which may appear thereon ia : -

L ? rpcils of conquest, but evra mm crippled I neighbors came in and took care of me grander work done by every Sabbath- hat will well for the raising and future will be xoamaioth oaes indeed.* kp. .-.- mlmimabto feeling of dajj.larequtfe .

of urm and crippled of foot should go out and wanted nothing. I offer great school teacher this afternoon? par -- _will.--fW17_ _..... dsl sI2.r'1-47? -
and --- __ wUo.u I. -
: ?1* sad capture iccch that was Ta1uab1e.1 j I i deal with pain but then I have fo many Oh! my friends I want to impress upon the corners that are eyesores bugOOu'S Given There. ,.. --.,
JC Quarter .
J of t 1fpt.
5PWy .
k Their physical disadvantages !',. mercies left. The Lord Las been a good myself and upon yourselves that it is not mar be so-weei of income that Savannah baa a company of female mil -V-____-tJI..to.--1-_-.7isDLx7r1. -_. ofwi ythet

I Hn er their great f'm'idm1 nt. So it has Lord to me." the number of talents we possess but the re not exceeded by any parts of thfarm. is of thirty- .T1IDIGOl.a.1 _---'
composed _. -
itia. The compaav .a-.na.I" ay.ocaiq.
I, iit been in the past eo it is now, and so And before we had got far I was indobtwbetherIwasgiiing use we make of them. Miss.Goeb& _. ._ p.w II wt.1IaI1.fl -.,
i- T will be in the future. 54{ it is in all !iSl I him ride God has ia the world. two won eacapttoed by .____ _" .-
I a or a royal family -An emulsion of kerosene oil with ----p1.W.._ T --- the a Uv
& Hen labor tnder seeminglf he ride I He said _. Sag 'J.- 30 flar '
was giving me a : If ow. if I should ask: THE CENTENNIAL EXPO?ITIOR. -.S w
great disadvantages, and amid the mott "yow, if you please, Til get out here. TVho are the royal families of his- milk has been highly recommended as ..3.-Tb.._SS5__ 7-*1c4L! W.I, .S7U&fla& ercoG MsawIR

I f unfavorable drromftas- Tnatrrt insecticide tot in the orchard 4. ._. s3I..--Ss .- esbd if takes
yet ; Just help me dawn on my crutches if you tory?" you would say: louse of Haps- an use Which Opens la Ctarnatt Joly .,,-..tJIIIIo.- .-buSS? .-. D for a 7e.-.ih

; t grand achievements, getting great blessing please. God bless you. Thank you sir. hurt, hone of Stuarts house of BonrTsons. and garden; but the Sew England Ko event of the past decade has created .--.- ...-... 1..a7.5- ewe&boofte

J for tbrmselvec, gre at: blessing for the Good :: Good morning. You ." They lived in palaces and had Farmer advises caution in applying as much interest in the whole country as b..,..I.a.____. ._.. Faa&a.wID -'1a.i.a. -. 5k
world, great blessing for the church and I Lord's the coming of the Centennial Exposition of = ....tbs p.Iflfl -
have been feet to the lame, sir yon have. great E"q aipir# But who is the i' lest it d. Iiarm thin good. whichopens "' A
more "
I the Ohio Valley and Central States, --WS-
PT *o the "lame take the : .
t .
prey. Good of tbera Wrs ma
morning. royal fasulT Sons? tsarrre -' --X"-L -I. later.Induce a fatal
Ii ki The emulsion should b3 perfect, and its doors in Cincinnati on the nation's _- ___wiII_ .__..yka or
Do !
know that the tirre t. 1
4 1 von great poets Swarthy men had gone the road that you in the household, some of them are in tender birthday July 4), to continue for one haa- .f'--.-by-.> ..Pr.Pleree'sG.P4'e.T.,7
L:1: of the world were totally blind Homer day. I do not know where they came oat unlighted grrtts some cf them will not too strong. or it will destroy tired days and nirtts a celebration in honor .II.111 -r .. .- acts powerfully i
l ._ C.-Z.JU. via."i. tha that mat bo4
t. % Oseiaa John Hilton Do you know that' but every hobble oflflfc**old man was toward walk this afternoon down th street, ontheir plants and the bark of trees. of the one hundredth anniversary of the ( *_ 17i of all

Ii e:!' Itr. Presoott. who wrote that enchanting the shining Ete. With Ms old ana a basket of broken food; Roads on a steep hill Tan be prc- settlement of the Northwest Territory. V BU] GumEI8"bmed panties from whatever
t book The Cocquert of: llejico" never' Unlimited means have been placed at the BepC. eqaaDy eacaeioua in ar -
; crutch he had struck down mviv a Sen- some of them are in the almsboa, despised rented fr'.m washing to some extent, the Harefcaod
disposal of the managers by enterprising >ra. and other excretory
caw Mexico could cot evrn see the paT>er ; nacherib of temptation which had mastered and rejected of men; yet in the them. and business element of the Queen City and each year. It to aa ency and beafiafva

? on which be was writing A framework you and me. Lam?, so fearfully lame last great day while it will be found that by sprc-i-ling straw on nothing is being left undone that will conduce 'Uclopsdla. of oaefnl iafor. appet&nr. reetoratfre

: across the sheet,between which up and so awfully lame; but he took the prey.A some of us who fared scmptcoaslj everyday where they are sandy they con begreatly to the success of the undertaking. Instead -.1. nation the for luxuries all who or par-the thin and nuos. ti_
j chase botSfleato and strength, Ian
down went the immortal. Do helped its use. Roads of local-as some suppose-it is a
pen you disoonaStcre by a -
step further: There are ia all communities are hurled back into Beceeaitiea 'of life. W. b* wopderfui nie ,

r 4- know that GanbaEI'w. tie sculptor could many orphans. During oar lat there are the lame that ill take the prey- through swamps if rightly built are National, event on the made part of 50 a by dozen the of hearty the chief coperation I' elothe you and furnish ym withixeoessary ;iwielsity th rtng Fei'eTU

4 not see the marble befiore him or the war, and in the years immediately following One step farther: There are a great he best Dtchcs: fifteen to twenty States in the Union,and the encouragementgiven aU the and aaaeeeeaarym !,Db Ag.sad
Br. rl.re.'s G ide
chisel with which Le eu. it into shapes how many children we heard say: many people discouraged about getting to feet should be dug. and the soil it by the fact that -Uncle Sam"intends appH. to ride walk.'dance, sleep. eovery ,

I Tt. t bewilrfJug? Do jo* know that Alexander "Oh: my father was killed in the war." Heaven. You "are bronsht up in good apart ossibie.the to make an exhibit of his own of tbe t' fit &'tiling work 7 go "to rhorea--

f (. :, Pope, whose pf. ms Vfll last as IOEZa HaTe you ever noticed fear you have families you had C"b.r..s OIl parentage; brown into the road-bed. If l treasures stored away in Washington Cityan .or ctay at home. and inTanooatrlea sties CURES ALL
the English much of should be drained out ot the for the moving and care sod quantities Just flcnre out
r language was so not-how well those c children haTe turned bat yon frankly tell me that yoa are a water appropriation from a eoaunoa BIoteh.er
r- an invalid that he had Ito be E wed up out Starting unde the disadvantage thousand miles from the right ditcbeIn some cases the road needs of which has been recommended by a Con.igressional what Is required to do all these thiaca'COICORTIILT. wont $erofaia. att4 aii3caly ,
greatest a'vay Committee to whom the matter and yon can make a faire or Boach Skin, iatiai
every morning ia rough.-canvas ia order no orphan asylum could do for track. and then enoughs BUTKBa
I poling or brushing was referred. the rslua of the cu by blood are
,. 1' [ to fctand on his feet at ajl? them what their father would have dote Mv brother, rot see the one I want to ,il or clay should be put on first tc The guarantee fund ef one million and GUIDE. which will be ent vpoa powerf at. panf rtncaad t

Do yon know that Kraut, the celebrated had he lived. The skirmisher sat one preach to this mor.':!. have look- brush then threeor fifty thousand dollars which the Board of receipt of 10 eente to per postage. one. Great Eatingtt Cleeai
and gravel
w- painter, did much of hi{ wonderful work night,by the light of fagots in the swamp, Lug for you. I 1Ir tell you how you got bold lIe Commissioners nave at their command,has MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.. eted benign MM influence.f in eonar_'T.t
t should be
under the shadow the where four inches thick put enabled them to provide magnificent quarters *
dungeon writing a letter home, wheu a sharp astray. It was not maliciousness on your 211-114 wii-fn Arenaa, Chicago DL
,, he had been an justly imrieoned for debt? shooter's bullet ended th? letter which part. It was perhaps tironzh the genial- Farmers have no occasion for buy- in which offered to display and the mass in of articles %.ft Ppt2a_-_- loas Soree and 8 we1t1i, .
already these conjunction White ENrelUnxGoitre V
Do yon know that Demosthenes, by almost was never folded, never posted and never iy and sociality of your nature that yon ng manv chemicals for absorbents oi with the permanent building; in which numerous and Znkrred GJaada,8ea4, or la*'

1' uperhsman exertioiL, first had to ,read. fell into sin. You wandered away from ammonia. Drr earth will in5thE Expositions on a smaller scale havebeen camps foi a kr Tzv.i. 'wt

conquer the lisp of his .-wn speech before Those children came up under great dis- your duty, you unconsciously left tie Sink drain when held and which cost over one million SlHAMLI -p-.tce.on Skin Xft-ramk er the
be with his eloquence purpose welL Ail affair better facilities SON for a Treatfee on Scroroloo.FORTHE .
conquered will
aescmblag-e? ad'&. 2fo father to fi?ht their house of God"; you aircit the Gospel to be ) dollars gnre to
? Do know that Bacon bore ground, should have the saturated than were ever enjoyed by any thing of
j you struggled way for them. Perhaps there was tree, and yet you have so grievously and tins BUIOO MIMTJTbomoaiJT
the kind held ia not
excepting -
ever country
all through enumerable often as :
k sicknesses in the old family Bible aa old yellow let fo prMongedly wandered you say rescue soil remove as the famous Exposition in Philadelphia ORGANS. eleanse JtColdem bv
and that Lord Byron and Sir Walter is rich ia plant food and fre>h JSe leal J Ise.vey,
ter pasted fast which told the story of impossible. ia 1S7& The area of exhibiting space
\ Th,5b'est HDQ &*& a'Worid p.E.JM7. itThfljo a Xzr kin. Iwujaat i ixxElybe.lti.wmb
s Scott
1 went limping on clubfoot through that lather's long march, and how he suffered It wonM! take a week to count up the soil bronsht to take is place. Dry will be about TW.OQO square feet. The temporary 1thC7tea.$ 4tC- ForeEw7 rsy.--, -gth sad ;

all their life azd that c.any of the great in the hospital: but they looked names o* those in Hc-aTP:111"ho were on makes excclcnt absorbent buildings when ready for occupancy _& &pd_ Ca.Uiog s.,. .:frt*. '
l I 1. poets"end painters and orators and historians sawdust an will have cost no less than a quarter CONSV
still further oa In the Bible and they came earth worse than you tell me you are. thesame PIANOS.
and heroes of world had fOr u.NesulJ gooi bedding at of a million of dollars. and are models of V
t tbe; something -
to the story of how God i* the father of They went the whole round of iniqcitv etieh5ey.fada.fV
all the
: to keep them back, and pull them the theraelvfs di time if used freely. Xo building architecture, combining elements it HAm11s 40_ b tMe" .aD .uerchAa17 aad cored by this reniedj. tfearfler
4 fatherles nd the widow's portion, they disgraced thy -- cecessary for the uses to which they will Ia1 their ra- are ecpenor to.J1klT "
down sid impede their way and cripple and they soon took their father's place in graced their hou'-ehold. they despaired oi on the farm will pay better interest on beput- .tkei,. Tbs theyORGANS."toe 10 t be ranarfcablam gtayea of the -

I their physical or their intellectual mon that household. They battled the way for return because their reputation was gone is: cost than a cheap shod for storing The Exrosttirn has been advertised for 1mWueeTheI. .-HASPS tnu-od.ed a UAXLB b1 KJL50 tb. t.STKUtGrK.cUua UQ. wth ."u.!ii when Teiiz first po offi erina ov Dr.tatete w

J. xcent, and yet that theY puebed on and their mother. They cam'; on up .and their property was gone every thing was f'mhr other absorbeats for ess the past in a masterly manner, and p&naMaan by. edy to the pnbfie.'abandoned &
pushed until reached the dry there is section of the that has
up they tpoil of I no country of t bs
I this
many of them have in the year since the gone: but iu some hour like they
worldly recces, and amid the huzza of in stables.It failed to hear of the great event. Applications : that name aa too
war taken positions in Church and State. heard the voice cf God, and threw
; : nations tad centuries the lame took the is useless to seeds in the for exhibiting space have been re- PIANO I COHMk Ii.rift. a median* wUch.xroa.cr .
.- While many of those who suffered noth. themselves on the D ivine compassion and reived in abundance from every clime, and iy of tocle _

irey? ing during those tines have had sons go they rose up more than conquerors. AndI ground before the soil becomes warn there seems to be no reason to doubt its en- Ut T_. c:1IJt.UM. u. Wsaw b3oad-dng. wmzlndrilie -

You know that a vast multitude of theseca out into lives of indolence and vagabondage tell von there b the fame chance lor and dry. For this reason no particc- tre success both artistically and naa- isis is. uIS ., es achronic
't darted cnder the of %&a* 'UU___. ,
I obscure disadvantage these who started under so you. That i, one reason why I like to Jar lime can bo specified for planting aliy.S1IG. .' _rv >w--v-i of the ,

;' of the weaver.parentage.Fergtson.Columbus the, astronomer the son- many disadvantages because they were preach this Gospel. so free a Gospel, so every thing depends on the locality poets should be pitied rather MEMOIYDISCOVERY.i Liver Blood and V
: : so early bereft, these are the lame who tremendous a GospeL It takes a nan all *-
and thermonieer" ,
j the eon of the eSjephtrd. America soil and temperatureA good gui-le than beratedmercury" -
took the 1Ir! and makes bin all right i
prey. Qng two of the hardest words ia the rorW
the I are akLcBa.epJtaajof 1ke
of the one worlds world the handf of lojrnan
prey : on is the of
A step further: There are those who In a former settlement where I preacheda taking up English language to find rhymes Ion ] oeas cf Hreata, Chraue Kasu O
prey of the other. But what is tree in would like to do good. They say: member of congregation quit the >l closing the fingers tightly about dntis._ _ABthma, Severe Coacta, :

:. frecular direction is more true in spirItual house of God. quit respectable circles it. If the hand the soil IT is a strange fact thai silk dresses cannot affections it Is aa eCScJeut maedy. '
on opening
and religious directions and I MQh: il I only had wealth or if I had Sold hr Dratzista.at 9UBOL wnSS'"Send
be satin.
to it. proceed eloquence,or if I had high social positionhow went into all styles of sic. and was slainof remains in a hard lump. and retains Sora&OO.

I .. There proTe are ia all eonjmurities many in- much I would" accomplish for God came his, iniquity.and his body The was day brought for his to burial the the imprint of the finger, it is toe GJ. x's Sulphur Soap is infallible for removing book on OBosa-optioa.ten cents tn stampcfar Afr ]-r11W -

--I now and the Church falls in iivegular dandruff. 'DISCOVERY.laxeiox '
They never a well day. house of God. Son of his comrade wet while if it apart an .

: They cdhere to their occupations, butth.y t stand here to-day to tell you that you who had destroyed him were overheard heap it may bo deemed in a con HiiTs Hair Dye Black or Brown,50c. Wa.uy flUke artll.I.j .jsta : DIssusary I.ic

go panting along the streets with Lave great opportunities for usefulness. ,_roe eCaIaII waadrfag.A.7 613 1_ _-
along the stree t, on the war to the burial dition for the feeds. : Ia sos re1ag.
exhaustions and at ventime they lie Who built the Pyramid.? The King who saying: '"Come, let us 20 and hear Talruage Tnz woman question What are you go- (.- Ta' B&Utaor. je5 atDrttt..
a down on the lounge wjth{ -Hnjrs beyond[ ordered them built? 2fo; the plain workmen big to trim it with Hf.4.L.a'.s: XftneagRm I50ee t PniUdelphis, 1118 ss Wa, lD .1*!. I THE!
ell medicament. Tbi-y who added damn this old f inJ.er/! I had FACTS FOR APIARISTS -. S at 8o teu.larce rlii r Lave stnae aftr and
tried stone
all[ nothin but tears for the dead and I had for mischief-the watermelon.' Y&Oe. Wellevler. ObertLo Viy.rr** r-n-
prefcCTiptions halre all store after etone. Who built the dikes of MtZ5byRzcaaanatcToe.b t".iy ty.Chawta1tq."c.b
they [
; gone through nothing but invitations for the living. How Bee Can Without Trouble b-J Bred A Uqald tbas maore : rSae fNa
I 5etiUt U. W. W.
the cares which were proclaimed infallible Holland? The Government that orderedthe You see I could not do otherwise. for ImptoTemenU Krrra short in his accounts-the story .APTOS. JFTIAB P. Brxj nnr..Juetr Giffms.Dr. wklaken 2ace. Jd1C .
and they have come now to surrender enterprise? Jfo; the plain workmen Bzcwx. K.II.CttOK.: rnoctpal S. \ State'orml klak. KCOLUSZXkannlesi: turn*I
Christ Jesus cam to seek and save that This is a subject that is demanding teller. co11.g,_&,. Tavlbt by eocT.nTe1e,. J .. Wt'eoft.r.enab1gttobscSst
i to perpetual ailments. They consider who carried the earth: and rung their POST raEE from Lao?.tourrn.is:rirm AT,S.T- .
which was lost. Christ in His dying much attention from the specialist "oUaM iay'r/iT, i iM u4wm 1eat* 1
,, they are amonj many disedvaatages trowel on the walL Who are those who said "Father them Rjrmro proverb: Where there's a willthere's IIrS&U D.IJ a fe-tr AHJ U. Sireceiptofcixtreesi by a:1.
and when they eee those who are have built these vast cities? The capitalists prayer : forjrire and grand results arc crowning every a law-suit.- P&na13D'1'O *. b? TIB T.

: ".Fbuoralt in health pas by they almost !? fo; the carpenters the masons, and that was a prayer for you and for me. effort in this direction. To say that COCUCU.WCIRON aJI

:' 1 envy their robust fraja.es and the plumbers, the plasterers the tin Oh! start ou the road to Heaven to-day. SETDI expect a atraightip fro a I
be to
", easy respiration You are net Lappy. The thirst of your bees can not brought up a high crooked man.-X O. Picayune. Qr w_
neTS the .roofers, dependent on a day's .
soul will never be slaked by the fountain state of perfection by careful breeding S
.. -, A step further: Through raised letters wages for a liveLhood. And so in the WORIESTABUSHCO
"' ThE in maiden's life
of tin. You turn everywhere but to God as well ns another stock can, is a every
the art of printing b. been brought to great work assuaging human suffering -. .- ;
Is the .
the for help. Right wh"re you are, call 03 mistake. The advancement in this interrogation point.-Tid-Bi.t V --LL'5.LW., IlOHM .: ;,.
attention of the blind. and enlightening human ignorance and -V rom raters or Jtxsos's;
You take the Bible for h Him. He how you He knows all about line can be made rapidly by taking A LncBUKGEX cheese trust tie been YOtZD'T.AID WAcnszV
.- up the iiiad and halting nan iniquity. In that great He knows all the odds against whicl very Fruit Jars, Fir Fans and Fly Traps.: .TL&S &QIIE8.

you close your eyes aid you run TOUT finger work the die part is to be done by ordinary you have been contending in life. Do cot advantage of opportunities that formed; but it is only a little one for acentMinneapc.Ut ASSOETET PACKAGES of GLASS and OCTES- C. KAHOUt *CO,1.' J uD
-- over the raided letters, and yoa say: & ,'.an by ordinary m#ans. to Him with long rigmarole of present themselves, although it would Tribune. WARE pat WI'lor Wbote> >TnC& wa&Nz PAr -"__ ,) !:
r "Why I could The trouble go a a .rs"'nuP. ____ :
ft never get informationin is that in the of Christ
any army
but look and -leI slow work when we take into A trust it the'slate.Critic. .
prayer, just cp say: }! appear LKJTOB -putting on -
this What all and
way. a slow lumbroas wayor we want to be Captains Colonels
help!" consideration i that have controlof .
readinGod and we no V
the blind. Brigadier-Generals.
help We are not S WHYSlfferW-1l
Atd vet I find among that class of persons willing march with the rank and file 'I But you say: "My hard trembles sc the roatings of our queens. There A Gfczrx born the mint julep. Cotton NELSON'Sf:
from I cau't
among the blin
: i dumb, the mot thopough acquaintance We want to &tong to the reserve corps, hold of a hjrcn-book to innot improved the Italian bees in this country ; : I.IsvuFaiu.g' PILE
with God's worry about that my br.>th"r: I will give Juno how lovely the baby may be, n- cheapcct b'ea. th. brs "a.ItTIU "
word. and read
Khtit out from all other about the battle while warming ..
you a hymn at the civs? so familiar you until they excel any thing in their he is still loveliest in repose.Puc.S w U'
k sources of information does ourselves! at the
no sooner on
L their hand touch tIe raised letter than lough at home our C1mpor feet upon an ft11'.1 can sing it without a book. But you say: native home by breeding for improvement ao use arguing S with an amateur pho tf 8LU&Jtt, .1Vr5G.w.rnu m'IIIM'PUt NU
I "I have snch terrible habits on me Ican't from _hBask" .
the best --r.
they gather a prayer.{ Without eyes they we.sagging back into an armchair.As cr breeding tographer has views of his owa. all i'rr.. .W'.T1A5 r.D1S.umr .
look off I. get rid of them. My answer is, s'ocks. Almost begainel ___
I 1 upon the kingdoms of God's love. you go down the street you see an any point can :i"VV

_ ._..:, Without hearing, tl.ey catch the miastreley excavation and four or five men are worVuig -- Almighty grace can break up that habit readily by such breeding.Some A STGAB trust when a girl asks you to
and will break it up. But you say: kiss for her. Burlington Free Prtu. Shortliaad sad English TrabWikbooL
keep a -
the f kie! Dumb with and perhaps ;
yet twenty or thirty leaning
peacilor breed
tor and
..t The wrong I did wa to one dead and specialists color. SI. .. Ms Seal far circular ssz.
with irradiated countenance they oa the rail looking over e t them. That is .
divorce .
War is court like the beach 1
the beautiful band characteristic a
in Heaven and I can't that golden
row correct
declare the glorr of God. the way it is in the C&n-ch of God to-day. Because at both hear the moaning of tOo( to $300 A lona a.&detndPC CANDY Focief
i of the Italian bees you frr A
A-4 A larire audience afcsf-mbled in 5cw Where you fnd oe.Christian Lard at wron ant brought ru fmrakh their gs preier4 who <
the tied. ova koncs
aDd cr their
re -kos u.
York at the anniversary of the Deaf and work there fiit*.men watching the You can correct it. By the grace ol out more perfectiyatevery-step. Sone p to the bcwp. 8pare 1DOIDnaU-.7 be proC1&Wy_

,t Dumb Asylum and jnae of the visitors job. _.- God, go into the presence of that oIl t.aud breed for business: or for the best Wun is a hen a rooster! At night. pkijed _!_.. A few T-oLanr 'twas *&_ ciie* rn .

,' with chalk on the blackboard wrote this Oh. my friends: wtydo you not go to the apologies you ought.to have made on honey-gatherers and in consequence a.:F..".IL"IiMS TSU rtfca..,Jell__,--a,-.IJI&rwI i.. _- to,. FLOYD & MOONEY V
earth make in Heaven.Ob TEa girl violinist always baa several
question to the pupil 1IrS t ra.ua-r"- : .
: work and preach tlailQI <>l! You
}> say: '- ** thousands of ponnd* of honey arc add her bowT Boston Pott.
; Do : some if I should strings
you not find it very hard to be deaf *'I have no pulpit. You have. It says man try .- '

arid dumb?" And ore of the pupils took be the carpenter's bench; it may be may tbnason's to do right if I should turn away from my ed to their yearly crops. Some breed A sere candidate:.the young woman -

I I the chalk and wrote oa"the blackboard walL Tht-Tube in which ron are evil'doing unto the Lord, I would I* for a non-swarming strain of byes and willing to be JTaAWnfltoTvOiae. 'CINCINNATI

: p this sublime sentence in auswer: to proclaim this.ftosysl may be a shoe jostle, I would be driven back nobody their efforts in this direction hare curtailed S I
When the of the would Lave any sympathy for me." A r-jocrs always wants the earth. Without
f song angel shall maker's apron. Bet woe unto you if you the increasing habit of the j '-,. .
burst You are mistaken. Here in the it he could do Pctt.
7 upon our enraptured will presenceof nothing.-BoIt.or&
ear, we preach not this Gospel somewhere *
some Italian be3 to a great ext en.. Others _, --1 -
I t the church on earth and in Heaven J ,5 J V
scarce regret that
oar ears were where. If this ,
never world is
ever brought to -
marred with earthly k unda." Christ it will be through the unanimous give you to-day the right hand of Christian
:V A'# I Oh, the brightest eyes in Heaven will be and long-oontinue-3 efforts of men who, fellowship. God sent rae here todayto those who are tile most productive of middle is apt to-wabble. ia its policy. ;

those that nevez saw on earth. The ears waiting for no peal: endowment, coasecrate preach this and He seat you here tt. !stock and strong powerful colonies A Dzrrsrnos.-Cc'1n.&el-'What is the

4: most alert in Heaven will be those that in to God what they have. Among hear this: are the result. SonIc breed exclusively plaintiff's attitude as to this question

J this world beard n U >r voice of friend, the most useless people in the world are Let the wicked forsake his war*, and the Mriyhteoo for gentleness. Irascibility can b3 Witness"Recumbent Lies about It ooagtantly. -

nor thrum of harp nor carol of bird with *man his thoartt and let him r"tcrr ." -. .
nor mea ten talents while a one =
,- doxology of CO" egation.s. 1II"itll only two talents.or no talent many at all unto the Lord wbo,will hare 'rry, and cut/ Lrcd out just as fast ss any other pointcan .

c t "- A lad wb,>had beea blind from infancy is doing a great work, and EO "the lame, oar Cioi. who will itbcndantly pardon. be bred in. TIm giii wio woat. won remains caa

,. was cured. The oculitt operated upon the take the prey." Though you may have been the worst Every apiarist is aware of the above

4 'It lad. and then put a"very heavy bandage There are thousand* of. ministers of sinner, you may become the best saiat. facts; then why not give this important -
over the and and In the great Day of Judgment it viII For The Nervous
eyes, tjfter a few Vre-ks hadgone whom you hve t never heard-in .
log of
::. be found that.**where sin abounded part onr industry more attention -
bj tho grace
wls removed: and cabins at theest fci mission '
.- the chapels at does much more abound" and while the than ever? The most important ,The DebilitatedThe
mother sail to b*r child: the" East-who are warring against the BRAID
,: -. ". Mvirne.e3n.ousf.e" He n.id iegins of darkne*. suecefsfnllv spoils of everlasting kingdom are Ping points in breeding are business color 1 tbiktk, tsmi
- l w( II'4' .-"-.J_ Oh"": maTnmi. is this Heaven J" rig Tract distributors month by month awarded for your pursuit it will be and gentenc! While we wish to Secure Aged. UNSURPASSED

4 ---I The contrast bj-twJ-ea the darkness before undermining the citad- of sin. You do found that the 'lame took the prey. the best honey gatherers we at ;He-fell sad seie&ttteM3 bas at last Kind fbprobia. DISPEAYECURRIONRATESWOAIro1i

t 4' 3 and the l7ri ;itnef.s afterward ras not know their goin or their coming, but Blessed be God that we are, this Sabbath, the same time should color. of the Joey t*. e medicine for the Mr.
orenrhelminff. If.ll tie the one wek nearer the obliteration of all the preserve Tcraa. draEtaled.aDd the aged br coccblainff the
I f of Heaven will beatheuaud.fod you glories the footfalls of their ministry are heard inequalities of this life and all is disquietude as the three golden bands on the bodyof bert Dtrre tooie*.CtHtrr and Coca wttb otiwr rffe.Breremeditm.'WhieJi.actiiir
bright ia of
palaces Heaven. Who ,
are the fnrCr but efickstiyn
c1 *. the Italian bee should
er for those who n-rer saw any tbins on workers in ocr Sabbath-schools through never be the kidae;*. lirer aad bcnrtia.ranor d1.Tha .
''4 F earth. While maay with" gOOd* vision on .this land to-day? Men celebrated, Years ago on a boat on the North lost. This is tbe only mark that we -- rd1- .

; 41 closed t eir'eyes in.night, and.many who men brilliant men of vast estate? Fore River, the pilot gave a very sharp ring to have to distinguish them from the native -
f .tad a go.>d, artistic iad cultured ear t most pL .Dot that at all. I have noticed the bell for the boat to slow up. The engineer bees. It is the test mark and we .
I went down, iato' attended to the machinery, and ,
discord, these afflicted that the chief characteristic of the Paine's'try i .
can not afford to let it Gentlenessis
I I ones cried unto the-Lord in their trouble most of tho who then he came up, with some alarm, on I
j are successful in the :
I and He made tiflelr j their deck to see what was the matter. He saw also of some importance but with
: orrows adraa- work is that they .know their {Bibles, are a .
ri I' ,tag, and .0 the Ja.nie took: the prey/' earnest ia prayer; are anxious for the it was a moonlight night aud there were the pure Italian bee it is a less .

.In the seventh no obstacles in the way. He went to the than .
Century there -was a salvation of the yoanr, and Sabbath by prominent point the other-

I legencl of St. Modorert. It was said that Sabbath are willing to sit down jaiob- pilot and said: As I said above advantages or V
2- his mother Why did ring the bell in that :!
wa* blind and you way
4 -:0 one day while served &nd:11 of Christ and His resur "near cuts" may be taken in thus ; TO MAKE
looking at his mother he felt so sympathetic rection. These are the humble Why do you want to stop, th-re's nothing _
.l for her blindness that he rushed who workers the matter And the pilot said to mm: lreedin If we select queens only.anti .
are recruiting the ? A
r, great army jit "There is mist attention to the male DELICIOUS BISCUI
S forward and kissed her blind eyes and Christian youth-not bv might, not by a gathering on the river:; pay bees .

the legend says her vision came immedifctely. -. power not by profound argument not bv don't you see that? And there is night: we shall be much longer in reaching ijound I :_ I ,ASK: IrOUR GROCER FOB .,

1 That was oiJy a legend, but it is a brilliant antithesis, but by the blessingsof gathering darker and d3'ker.ud I can' the points desired.: We shonl be a; ,

J :: truth eternal a love glorioo has trsthjthat a kiss of God's God on plain talk, and humble story see Then the the way.engineer" looking around and careful in selecting colonies for rearing 'It lUM s ,bfftttOftw.sad _. [ J DWIGHT'S COW BRAND" "SUD

brought to many a blind and silent tear, and anxious look. "The drones as we are to rear s new en ia the tzeatn'ut cf terrooa mmhl-a. "
'- eye eternal illnmication.A lame take the peeing it was a bright moonlight, looked queens.and Ortrwui. xiftr. _jeaK. Jay the ooadaCon cf
b prey. 2TO Ori- K.
into the of the by thus selecting both we can adVance D"u" tvoatraaoa and .
face and veakn
+ ktep farther: There are those in all Oh": this work of the pilot saw that he B.a&d cxrczicae* V
',: communities who toil youth of was dying and then that he was dead. more rapidly. But by takingthe hu tio-Tj that tl*waal imedie do not mend ti j
: mightily for a our country*-LowVew appreciate what it KiBia aad paniji cf the ncrrooa iratom.We a .
livelihood. They LaTe scant wajes. Per is: This generation tramping oa io the God grant that when our last moment "near cut" we can secure the best --II br..1 a4 .

1; haps they are diseased, or have physical. grave-we will soon all be goce. What conies we may be found at our post doing "queens every time withoat an ex lied Jar rire : -
t- infirmities so they)are hindered from do- i next! our whole duty, and when the mists of the ?.'.00. Wd _r dnmaU. V .. .

; t p- tug a continuous dfry's work A city missionary The engineer on a locomotive river of death gather on our eyelids may ception. WELLS RICHARDSON&CO,Proprietors .

t finds themjup a dark alley with across the Western going the good pilot take the-wheel from our This is simply selecting our colonies BUXUSGTOXYt. .
prairies after
1h ,, no ,fire, with thii! clothing, with rery saw a little child come uut day In front of day a, hands and guide us into the calm harbor: ," both for queens and drones .Lu --. -

; .. coarse bread. Trey never ride in the : cabin and wave to him; so he got in the of eternal rest! and; _rashing them early in the VICTOR- of. -V ,,'

: '' street-car; they can not afford the five I habit of waving back: to the little child, Drop the anchor for!the sail, season:: by early feeding and securing CATARRH FUCHS. All BET PIU

,I -& They never see any pictures save and it the I am safe wthin tbe vale. G RAIN SOLDIERS
e r : was day's joy to tim to see this plenty of drones and queens at a time DEALER
those in the show _
windows *
on the street little one come out in front of the cabin when other drones in 1."--ua.u. .. S.k __

from which they ore often jostled, and door and wave to him while he answered VEnT often perhaps always, the trials no are existence jGreaBacold\ ]' GENERAL coulssloN IERCIIAT, .a rr_,_ ,S -
I the de- / .
F '' looked at by some one who seems to say back. and difficulties that overtake us. when thereby securing mating we SPaci3.L Ah&'no 7pwst tre ... Tc eM" *.t a-w.d..__ 1
lathe look: More on. What are One the overcome to be real sire. By such early breeding we not Gnq TO C03blC P'
I # you day train was belated and it prove means of grace, _.DlDI&nu A.1t YWIIIIt.tA. Jitd
doing here looking pictures like the usi1Jr'the the best but in Head PRODtct. 1-Pzs Al. !aU.QI- .
p came on to the dusk of the evening. As storm(; tree's roots to only secure very queens ee-aIa*:tat .._,- ,
Yet many of th*>m live on the moant- the engineer stood at his lot he saw by J I take a deeper hold. Thus we may thank have queens on ih; market at a time .55. SLY sans M Wama EtiLt.ACTCKIX .- OPIUM .O.r1C..WIn
ama of transfiffcsationl etzd "xntn'T Send tot
table be who fed five At their rough the headlight that little girl on the track, I God for trials; but we must be sure to overcome I when they are the most valuaoie and ;lo.rC:1*.ftUt R, .. .PAiX.. L ria.to&OtJo.CbeaB.Good.. IL.3.liaS'wasu

A fIe thousand breaks wondering why the train did not come, the;=. will bring three times the that FB.AlIK SCHUMA 1IflIl 1mSPU1Ia____rtXSb., ,, Tura.i 1IUar_,-
bread. talk price .
They Wt
!n of the good times looting for the train knowing nothing of I -. I- ..o..r..IG&rELE.
.. .- ,that are coming. This world has no its thy till at any other season of the A D.. fty..LA.D$..... beI& .
periL A horror seized -
great the WE ,. I
upon can never see this world in its tma .L." ACPPLua. I tmlZi i S
; : charm for them. ;but Hear Hence the ddrGODtZyaaa totsal..
importance of taking A
; entrances engineer. He reversed the year 1 roa'l'EL
He IIUoaI:1Y
engine. unless -
light we consider our life in it
as a
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their epuit. Theti of tea divide _In MaN ._._
their this short cut" -
: : scant g.tve it in charge of the other man onboard j state cf discipline, a condition through and "killing two A. E. F. -V

', crust with some forlorn t vetch who and then be climbed over the engine I'i which we arc passing to prepare us far a. birds with one stoac."-A. 1L D-ijT inQhi9 REP. I$5:I"Rfi-1AM Tosa A DAY. "am 'S1IrOtJa.114; V
i- ; : knock at their do 413 Alain I -.._ m
jr at night, aai on the and he came down oa the cow-catch- o-her state beyond.! IT. Aisrzdsr.ik' 8t..l1PHJS.> Term.sr aUWftQkftn.KDIIe .r_ t1. VIU1'DG T. A.naTI .
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