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: March 7, 1890
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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lw | wlm| | m6mlliml | will take it on condition that you MORTALITY OF CLERGYMEN. FULL OF FUN. HISTORY OF DOLLS. MARRIAGEABLE PRINCES.A .
I An to supply me with seventeen
pqvare.. | 1 00'$ I r.o. :2 i! roe( 4 00 i 7 00 V M boxes Percentage of Death and Diseases to -Still Ahead.-He-"I've got a brother The Popular Figures liars Amaflft the List Respectfully Submitt to the
A exactly this.
I iuarei i 50 2 -'I :a ooj e\ 0.1 10 rais OSI man from t Which They Are Most Subject. World for Ages. Heiresses of .
,ires.: : son :SHV r. o) 10 00 15 00:10): OQ himself alone, I monseigneur said the a perlc'man. he-"Dat's nuffln
12("QlIa 1I 7 tO 10 uOj! 12 O)I)|, IS 00li 31' OOJC6 00 But thoughtno ; "I have only six of this An interesting essay upon the average I've got 'r brother a nangel."-Life. Dolls have amused the world for ages, Rumors of the betrothal of imperialand
011)_ (0 :0: COi, ::s 00_ 50) OOO, I 10) pat. .
ri i'q'iares10 ty among clergymen has recently and to have been well known in
grand in stock. Still," he addod, after mortal -'-He's very plain in his speech; seem royal Princes have been s frequent

-jc---; a subsequent line for the insertion.first an
lire fcnrcinl for each rates for time advertisements upon So, wandering to to manage it. May I isk how care. Among much curious information an' he'd be a rank ould liar av' ho called tombs of ancient Egypt, figures of painted de Gotha has become almost a daily occupation -

fcprUoation at the office.rluisCRIPTION. gem, on the subject it is shown that of 2,030 rake." wood, of terra cotta of ivory and of in chanceleries and editorial
your Highness intends a shpade a -Munsey's Weekly.
He goon was ?" leaving who died 196 lost their lives from infectious rags have been found, whose limbs offices. Having devoted myself t this
Piano recitals
are easily enough
But quizzed each disease, the largest tiumber, were made movable for the delight of I find that there has
agreeable pastime,
RATES: After the old, a fortnight from today.I managed. One has only to learn a piano,
127, being from "abdominal typhus,
hildren. when Princesses of
-I will be sufficient The hire hall and recite it. If it makes rarely been a
One rear. ...................... ............II MClx For much ho quite that is, gastric and nervous fevers. Constitutional a In the ruins of Etruria similar toys blood have had good an -
1 months............................... 60 And thought snuff-boxes shall be delivered this maladies carried off 153 pastors people tired that is not the fault of the China royal 8 opportunity
| a have been discovered, and in as as the present of being elevated
must be and be distributed iano. N. O.
Dubsorlptions paid Invariably laiA Of mental they can > Picayune,
discriminations in favor of whom 132 succumbed to "new well as in India, movable figures were to a throne. No fewer than fourteen
\'a uce. No of any celtUntil In a few days six more A
malignant forms of disease," that is, scientific sharp has disco\"ere made time immemorial by
1Iot.f be t to act from either themselves or
a little boy ready, and I think I can promise reigning
C'-majunfcatlom upon all matters of local that the earth weighs 590,650,000,000-
troubles of character. Diseases
a cancerous hand and on strings, or as shadows direct heirs to the throne, or the eldest
Interest solicited from all parts of the countySECUCV remaining half-dozen before the b
HMy little 000,000. But don't bet on it. Tho
boy, of the
nervous system proved hind a curtain. of such heirs in position
are a
fixed for sons
in very hungry your Highness's depart. scientist may have weighed it on a coaliealer's t
ICJ' fatal in 113 cases, 81 dying from brain in
The ancient Greeks were experts a and the number is Increase -
Buy of chose
some food, ; consrt
scales, which weigh only 1,800
disease and C2 from affections of the
And have the manufacture of puppets, includingwax three Princes of
some left the
following the six boxes
pounds to the ton.-Urake's Magazine.An
spine. As many as 524-died from throat dolls, and several of their poete ale royal houses not occupying a throne,
Meets The boy received accompanied by a complimentary and troubles of whom 196 Unlucky Man.-A.-"Havo yet Artomii
lung yielded and
every Tuesday lude to of dolls to and the Princes of
store written by Morin and ;Igned by had in love affairs ofering-s hereditary smal
)- r.igbt at Odd Fellows' to pneumonia and bronchitis and 150 ever any experience made maidens before
Aphrodite, by German duchies
And Pasha grand or aro
got; an um-c were duly transmitted to the
k t111 Transient ?.-"Well, I should I had. In loveI
o broth to consumption. Heart disease was the say
This: is the food their marriage. counted, as they ought be.
ed individuals
tho list t
i1j' rers heading the unluckiest of mortals. All the
'-V cordially invited to tnovghfur two, and cause of death in instances; 299 died am Dolls were evidently first intended The is the list
the end of the week, the t following arranged according -
J. C. jew. that I loved and that I
d. WILLS girls even some
tttei -Joel from apoplexy, and 223: are said to ha"odied amuse children, but the adults soon to the religious creeds of the
Noble Grand. reappeared according to promise from old 14 out of 2,030 hadn't begun to love yet, were gobbledup
age. adopted them as a source of entertain ducal houses with the ot
royal or ,
F. J. FIELDS Secretary. P. O. Box 41. EIGHTEEN a second installment of another by other fellows and married.- ages
committed suicide 12 perished through
which were also forwarded ; ment. Puppet shows were all the rage tho marriageable Princes:
accident, 1 being murdered; were Texas itngs. in in sixteenth arriving -
destination and before the fort Europe the century PRINCES OF THK ORTHODOX PAul
Improved Order of lied Men ; .
described as insane. Manufacturer (to his office boy, whc that the -
How the had five at such perfection performances J.-The Czarowitz Nicholas of Russia.
Osceola Tribe No. 1, Florida-Council expired, more snuff Comparing now the death-rate of ministers I persistently sets the clock backward in rivaled in attraction those of 2.-The Crown Prince Danllo of Montenegro .

fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep altheir were in his Higness possession. in respect of the causes of death, the morning and forward during tho living actors. ,IS.

Wigwam, Starke Fla. 4 Pasha expressed himself per- lunch hour "I can't understand 3.-The divorced ex-King Milan of Serla.
with tho mortality of other men, tho )- why Whether or not dolls were brought

transient brothers are cordially invited Some satisfied with the prompt execu following results are obtained: Of 86- tho clock is always behind when I arrive the Puritans any is not known butt a
over by
the of his order. "It is evident he PRI5CES Of ROMAN CATHOLIC HOCSKfl.
to nttend. J. O. HAT.NEB, Haehem. sudden colla S'il: clergymen 180 died of infectious dis at the office and ahead when I leave Those fellows
W. M. MKACHAM, Chief of Re ord.. dynasty, in 1870, "that the recipients of my gifts seems unlkely. grim 4.-The Archkuko Franz Ferdinand (Heir
eases. The usual experience of an insurance it. Office Boy (innocently) reckonit would not have tolerated such f lly.

=- J excited in Paris highly pleased, for I have received company would have made the thinks it ought hustle while you're Yet the : from\ a [esumptveAustrfa.2.- Emanuel of
t as Mayflower came
most letters from all of
councIl DIUECTOBY. city of an flattering" number 2o9-that is, the mortality of here, sir.-Jewelers' Weekly. Dutch port, there have been Borne Ita1yO.
biguous except one. may 6.-Prince Bald w IDHelr Presumptive-Belgium
did clergymen was only '! per ent.. of the -"What are yer doin', you young smuggled. Dutch children, for centuries ).20.7.Prince.
Baptist Church. known and one, Highness ?
you say
ordinary death-rate. The death-rate of rascal?"said a farmer to a romarkably have had the best dolls the v orld Ferdinand of
BuIlara 2
Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Praytf Whether he inquired Dorr. physicians from these diseases was 127 small boy, on finding him standing affords. 8.-The Crown [Prince Ferinand Bonmania. -

Meeting every Wednesday at 8 Egypt was My secretary informs me that .21.9.Prtnee.
p.m.J. above the usual rate, pointing to under a tree in his orchard with an
However the Puritans did not succeed
M. CALDWELL of the gentlemen at whoso house Ruprecht (Heir
Pastor. paratively ; tho greater danger of contagion in apple in his hand. "Please sir, I was in converts in their nti- 8 r.umpUy&
present was left is absent from Paris making many ;* narla.2.10.I'rlnre
Sunday School meet every iBunday essential; points the case of the physician than in only goin' to put this 'ere apple back on Frederic Augntns (Heir Pre-
doll the
crusade because at
at 10:30.:} accounts for his silence, and that present
morning that he was that of the pastor. Of lung affections the: tree, sir; it had fallen down, sir."- .umptveuony.24.
day, millions of dolls are brought across
T. K. Bu40, Superintendent. of immense not expected back until Sunday, excluding consumption, 311 clergymen 1.-1'lnce (Hell Apparent-Brazil),
day after intended departure. Judge.Mrs. the ocean every year to American children .
no slight my died instead of :32S the number
Pasha, "how is this. nonahue-"Phats this Oi not to mention the millions that 12.-Prince Victor Napolen 27.
tian continued.the
Presbyterian Church. capital- } Dor You have brought me onlj expected from mortality tables. Physicians hear, lssus Maginty, about yez two are manufactured in this country.In 13.-Prince Louis Phillppi.Due d'Oreans.
tolerable (' died of such diseases 115 cent. 20.
Seivices every Sunday at 10:30 a.m., and Itoxos. Where is tho sixth? per Tyurls givin' a German? Is that so? Covington, Ky., is the largest doll

I p.m. U. B. MATTICK, Pastor. course, so essential that no one on I i above the average rate. Between the Mrs. ) -"Dado an' it is. Kate factory in the United States and thereare k PRINCES OF FROTESTAITT HOUSES.
Parisian mj Victor of Wales.25.
Sunday School : at 10 society ages of 26 and 4; the mortality of Roman and Mary Ann must kape wid sassie- ItPinceIber
every a.m. hour should be neglected.'our ." up many other establishments in the :- of Nassau (Heir ApparentLuxembourg -

H. C. HULL, Supt. ; and no Highness may rest assured Catholic clergymen compared with ty, d'ye moind?" Mrs. Ionahuo-"The Easter Statcs But the most dolls, ).37.

that a spacious Protestant ministers of the same age, loikes o'yezgivin'a German. Begorra 16.-Prince Christian (Heir Presumptive-'
your orders will be implicitly and, we.are sorry to have to say it, the
fllelhodUt' Church. Pare de was as 137 to 109, while between tho 10thin' but affectation. Phy don'lyez host dolls and the Denmark),19.
are imported,
the its
replied jeweler. Anwr
17. The Grand Duke Ernest
and furnished "I.1 of 46 and 65 the difference -
ages was as give Oirish and be done wid it? Hereditar
Service Sabbath 10:30 an
at millions
every aro. aid will kindly acquaint me can children contribute about two of .
Kxcelency and 154 to 100 and between the of (00 Luis
7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday name and address of the person for ages of dollars every year to Europe foi The lerellar Prince Leopold Frederic

and Thunday at 7:30. visitors, oflicial the box is destined, it shall be and 8as: US to 100. How to explainthis I Dumloy (overtaking Lumley on his dolls. of .31 '

tened to inscribe striking difference is no easy task.It home to dinner "Aren't rather The numberof marriageable Princesses
G. D. TURNER Pastor. to him on Wednesday without I way )- you There are some very fine dolls made in
deposited for the is suggested that it be connected of tho orthodox faith is limited. At
Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. may late to-night, Lumloy? Lumley- England, but the very finest come from very
tJ-. CHARLES RICHARD SupU lodge. Every ft with the life of celibacy followed by "Yes-washerwoman-washerwoman- present there is not one in Russia, and of
similar to those of course. Franco and Germany, and they are made
stallment of si priests, also with the rigid penances of washerwoman. I've had a hard day's the daughters of the Prince of Montenegro -
1 can safely guarantee monseig with a degree of perfection most ear-
week had Catholic ecclesiastics, which, especially work-washerwoman." Dumley-"What tho elder are, Princess Helen, aged
that there will not be a shade oi/ prising. Even cheap dolls can close
Christian Church. rival in length between them." in the case of young men, are apt to derange are you mumbling 'washerwoman' for?" their and "papa" and "mammr.. 16, and l'inces Anna, aged 15. Thereis
t eyes say
logue of L< the "So that I shan't ad. consequently, at not much
L c. Icti xL, 96; Acts xxvi., 28! ; I. Peter iv., 18.Servicei Hussein good," said tho Pasha; "I rely Journal. digest organs.-ledica Lumley- forget to For a little more money you can buy a present
i choice for the Czarowitz if he is
vertise for a washerwoman in this after
I each Lord's day at 3 'our punctuality. My secretary will creeping doll or a walking doll. Then t
p.m. fancy, but the PROGRESS ART. noon's wife told to a Princess of his own creed.
My mo keep
paper. .
the OOO francs and dolls that the mar
; you on'mJ there are sing-only music .
O. P. YOUNG Pastor. erally known- : Roman Catholic Princes
washerwoman and I've men
repeating keptit
visit to Paris will probably of courso-and the latest doll
Sunday Ecfiool each Lord's at 3 of sallow you The Extent to "'hc.J Artistic Taste En all and thun- very above can choose between threo
day p.m. up day, (suddenly) by toned
from me again. Au revoir, M Into Life. is provided with a phonograph, and \1
C. J. DENTON Supt. ners; he spoke ." t.f Every-Day; der! if I didn't forget it after all."- of the royal and one of the
.... concise People rarely stop to think how largely Yankee recite prose and poetry. ducal house of
say was Bavaria aged 21, 19, 17
endowed with Iade.Proprietor
any one, peculiar Germany is famous for the manufacture -
art to-day enters into tho commonest /
was extremely (at telephone)-"Hollo, and 24
respectively; one
of Asmodeus, penetrated of toys and dolls, and the small widowe
things of Tho dwelling houses,
expressing his .ad lie. central! What seems to bo the matter Princess and three
OFFICIAL DlllHCTOltY.Clly later Princeses
ten the small
evenings town of in the ThuringUn
heard carpets, wall-paper, furniture of all I havo been for the last half houi Sonneberg house of
or ; only back and royal Belgium, aged 25,19, 17,
formingtho shop private trying forest, alone produces articles for tlw
kinds, and even the utensils of the
Officer corded of a tf> of the well-known oi to get you. one-naught-five. 17; five Princesses of the house of Bourbon -
jeweler amusement of children to the value df150OO0
his habitual kitchen, make some pretenses to the Waits ten minutes and between and 20 four Archduchesses
de Paix he would have been ( longer no an 1 ;
Mayor-J. C. Wills 13 en yearly.
persuaded by a (esthetic, either in design or in material. swer.) "Dear, dear, this telephone putsme of Austria, of whom three are 19
Aldermen. W. Sapp, George! E. Pace, I as to certain supplementary German ladies are expert doll drsset,
The coal-scuttle with the
Jocky Club to very gleams all out of patience. Here, Thomas, and one 20; one Princess of Saxony
U. business
D. Miner J. G. Alvarez, J. M. Truky. to the ordinary carried and there is a yearly Christmas exhil'i-
conscious intelligence of being something -
he was call up one-naught-five, and wait till aged 26, and one Princess of Wurtem-
Clerk-Walter Wills. opera by M. Dorr. He would havo seen tion of dolls at Berlin. A great deal
Treasnrer-J. W. Morgan. by his cicerone : estimable tradesman seated at a more than a mere convenient arrangement you get it." Office l>oy (giving handle a made of this Berlin doll exhibition, 1 berg, aged 18. Altogether, there are
of iron or brass. Books have
Marshal E. D. Wall. thereby which six vigorous whirl-"IIulIo-hullo) Say, one widowed and nineteen unmarried
on were lying gold turns out in large numbers entirely changed their character under society .
central w'at's achin' ? don'tyou Princesses.The
the you Why
Assessor. W. Sweat.County among
hearing a suspicious resem
th9 influence of tho demand for the ? Come patronize it. ; number of Protestant Princesses
many of whom git us one-ought-five, hay ,
that, in to those recently and purchased by I beautiful as well as the instructive.The now, git on a rush there and shako 'em .. There are whole towns in Germany. between the ages of 16 and 23 is not
the Pasha
Officers.Con'ity toms, the (' Highness each, in turn with careCul. plain, dingy, awkward bindings of up or we'l drop onto you from do roof that do little else but make dolls fir large. There are two Princesses of

Judge-W. F. Malphus. handkerchief !Ii icf. a sik tho last generation have given place tc and paralyze you!" Central (obsequiously American children. They are mostly' Wales, 21 and 20; two Princesses of

countless attractive designs and harmonious simple country folk. They get small Prussia, 23 and 17 Princesses
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeka own especial )-"Yes, sir, connect you ; one
all back to Il
come me again
Sheriff-IL W. Epperson. the sort, rrr"I of them," muttered colors. Typo and arrangementare right away; excuse delay, please.- pay for making even an excelent dell; lessf 17; three of Holstein, 23, 19 and

Tax: Asgessr! -J. E. Wainright.Tax one 1 norl more pleasing to the eye, while the Time. hut it must be rmpmbre that their ; one of Mecklenburg, one of Saxo- .
very cursory self-satisfied chuckle, while deli
Collector-M. M. Hale. and illustrations have improved beyond all INCREASE want are fcw.-Goldon Days.A Weimar, one of Anhalt and two or three
sylphides, removing a spec of dust from tho
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. sounded possibility of comparison with the rude more of still smaller houses.-ViennaLetter. .
of the half-do/.en. "No one ever
County Surveyor-W. II. Edwards, C.B a ( ) them for snuff-boxes drawings of fifty years ago. Moreover, The Wonderful Fecundity of Fishes, Insects FORTY-DOLLAR JOKE. _ _
long, are
Couutv Commissioners. Witkovski, balai this facility in conveying a meaningwith and Cru"tSCl3U'. AMERICAN LUGGAGE.
abruptly and from
1). B. Knight, 15. A. Todd, W. II. Piuhol- intimated his capital downwards, every knows body tho,value the pencil as well as with the pen According to the naturalists, a scor- How 1 Washington Doctor Punished o\i1

Iter, M. V. Smith. box. has given rise to the use of art in pion wil produce G:young; a common of IIU) Tormentor In English Writer DUeamten Marriage.

ready money.. They discover my The comic cartoon 144 loach 150 and in the hunting Yankee Dele".
A few minutes politics. political fly lay eggs, a a I a prominent physician over
inside the box, and
:Mate O(3rer. startled by a naturally has become moro powerful in explain spider 170. A hydrachna produces ((500 Northwest hasn't got even with onn Marriage-hunting American belles

GovJnlr-F. r. Fleming Jacksonville tion on the part it to me; and, as I treat them ing a situation or pointing a dangerou eggs and a frog 1,100. A female moth practical joker then it doesn't lie in tho U(the Providences of the European

Secretary of State-John I* Crawford, was gazing with ', I am safe to see them again. consequence than tho weightiest editorial will produce 1,100 eggs, and a tortoise telling. The physician lives in a very milliners and dress-maker t whom

Crawford viii e.AttorneyGeneralWilliam. an enormou l '- very" fair fortnight's work, I must article. The editor appeals to the 1,000. A gall insect has laid 50,000 eggs; modern establishment. Not only is they trust for setting oft their attractions -

Lamar.Monticello. entire front of he aelll.l, consulting an open ac understanding only, while the cartoon a shrimp, 6,000; and 10,000 have been there a special night-bell, but a speaking in a cis-Atlantic acquaintance
in which- the following with the taste of
"Ah, la belle ist invades tho mind through the eye found in the ovary of an ascaris. tube connects the door-steps with purhasersmeri
t i inscribed: often and -
Treasurer J. I'ous, Macclenney. ly exclaimed tlln was legibly } and the sense of humor as well as the One naturalist found over 12,000 eggs the head of his bed. The practical jok!r can girls are undeniably extremely

Commissioner of Agriculture.. B. not superb 111.! of is gull). snutf-l"i.\os at 'rllC's reason. His argument is evident at a in a lobster, and another over 21,000. has had fun with this. Ho has been pretty. But, like our spinster

Wombwell. "Il'm," ( rrl( cadi.; .....'. ... '2O'' glance to tho dullest or the most careless An insect verysimilartoan ant (MtttiWt) coming along about 1:30 a. m. and standing acquaintances in the lines of their fig

COJ&1ptroller.OenerlllD.. Barnes. quisite, hardly rf'pled \( from nliovo rOlliI"n observer. Nobody can remark thil has produced 80,000 eggs in a single day: on the opposite corner and laughinguntil ures, they rather resemble the saints of
Da Vinci than the florid beauties of tho
Adjutant.General-David Long Cedai "that is a matter !t-ivy"Sh.in>fellow tint, extraordinary and wild-spread advance and Leuwenhoeck sept!to compute 4-, his sides ached,thinking how funnyhe
: Venetian colonists. like
Kl'Ys.Superinkn.lent. wIY"lll'nlhlkaly i ), ; MJ- in the realization of what form and color 000,000 to the crab's share. was and what a good time ho was And the

of Public Iastiuction-< whole Excelency a trifle 'LI."i":. .. ... .. 000 really mean without coining to tho conclusion Many fishes produce an incredible having. Then he would cross over and blooming Roses of. Sharon, there is a

Albert Raeuell Jacksonville.; ".1 amaiS trop, 'their- or owner lKjj"l'l It!2,11"1 I 1 f.)francs>os that before many years have number of eggs. More than 30,000 have ring the night-bell, and howl up the transparency in their complexions

PROFESSIONAL CARDS retorted Hussein; : .. 3:V"00" passed the United States wi have been counted in a herring; 38,00 in a speaking tube as if a whole regiment of which portends premature fading and

-_ ----. -------- :I). decay. So, when they go on the war
---- After !' overtaken the older countries Europein smelt; 1,000,000 in a sole; 1,130,000 in a mothers-in-law on the next block hal

RVEYI\G. CiVIL ENGINEERING. Paris, the a Pasha not profit............... :35l'C( matters of art Goo material ,has roach; 3,000,000 in a sturgeon; 342,000 ina ten-minute cholera and were dying bv tri with carte blanche from the government

considerable to mention," pleasantly summed not been found wanting. Tho con carp; 3S3.000 in a tench; J6,000 in a tho wagonload.nd tho poor, tired -or governor-very sensibly
practical study the jeweler, that tho MI nil boxes stantly-growing ability on the part of mackerel, 992,000 in a perch, and 1.357- doctor would rouse out of his first sweet knowing supplies t b inexaustible.

c.L v.L.L.I E :GXN.EE: and ready for a second edition of the lit the public to appreciate will turn to tho 000 in :v floatdor. But of all tho fishes sleep and "hello" down the tube. Then they spare nothing in the shape of
impro\ ammunition. From
STARKE, FLA. chanical, with game, whenever another Pasha hap- \'antagC of painting and sculpture. I hitherto discovered, the cod seems to b( the funny man would say: stores or breakfast negliyee to simply the
them in his this way.' -Charles Her- wil react upon tho artists, and the the most prolific. "Does Dr. J- live here?''

Pranirhtlnir. FFtlnmtoa, leveling, eto.. ex. of in the Argosy. standard will h raised. It is not extravagant One naturalist computes that this "Yes." elaborate ball dress at night they
his intention
utod witii a ecu nicy a-nl dlspateo. through half a changesof
Terms. $) per day, caU._ lishment, and RUSSIAN DISCIPLINE. to hop that within the next fish produces more than 3,686,000 eggs, "Have you lived here long' may raiment.go They are as fastidious as
a produce a and another as as 9,444,000. A
twenty years may many
Before doing so, ( For twenty years. are you? to swift succession of fresh toilets as.
school of artists who shall outstrip their rough calculation has shown that, were blazes do want?"
ous of the floated German Army Ar. what the you
the of the late at Com
( guests empire
J. 0. I1AYXES, in the shape of a tiol..\1 Hollow. French or Dutch masters: and that tho one per cent of tho eggs of the salmonto ".Ju t want to know why you don't piegne. They delight in the exquisitely -

coming generation even see Trench result in full-grown fish, and were
may That's all. Ta! tal"And
tain officials of German was boasting in the pres move. shades which contami
students to New York to and their to continue to delcat are
coming study they progeny
been of some Russians about the obedi then the funny man bounces ruined contact with the
ID ES'.1r 1L S aJLW: partiularly ; as tho American goes to Paris to-day. increase in the same ratio, they would, :ttd by
his researches, and discipline of the German army, -- --- down into the street and scoots home material, and their watchwordlike that
in about amount in bulk to
tary, an int< 'numerous instances from the vvaf i FACTS AS UT-S-HOES. sixty years,of Nor where he laughs for half an hour of a reviving old Border family, is:
times the size the
Office rer Jones' Brick Blocr. on the subject. Franc.and (;ermany. many earh. straight. At
( "Ready. aye ready. Homburg or
-- "M. Morin," ;(' ," replied one of the Rus I Not Less Than I.IO.OOO.OOO I'alrl Worn is the salmon the most prolific of species. He dicn"t laugh half so much the Carlsbad, at or Paris, they
in ('onntr '. 3 :1l may
Annually This In a yellow-perch weighing / ounces
BUGG & WILLS his project, "it ', "what you :say [about the disci other night. The doctor was loaded for engaged a campaign at the
about 60.000.000piirs
In there
I 1":7 were have been counted 9,943: eggs and in b short
simplest way in the German army amounts to a fun. Ho knew that laugh and that est notice, which should be short sharp
of, shoes made in: this land, two- smelt ten inches and a half in length...
thousand francs at all when compared with what yell, and he stuck a funnel in the tube and decisive. Hence those gigantic
| third of them in Massachusetts. In 25,141.
Attorneys at "Pardon me, continually in the Russian army. i i Philadelphia! the product was greater An interesting experiment was madein and poured in two quarts of equafortis packing cases, with the cubic contentsof

I will merely recite one instance of indelible ink, and few
ed the liquid lye,
secretary I Charles Lund a a grand piano over which the luck-
1 in money than in Lynn ?;:;OOOOO, Sweden in 1761, by 1.

STARKE, FLA. you that a ( occurred at the beginning of the I against 54,800,000 but there were more He obtained from 50 female breams 3,. chemical whiffs of torment. It gargledand less porters are groaning .and swelter 1
considered of the Czar Nicholas when the for one second and then
Will practice It: all the Courts in the Fourtfc a pairs turned out in tho latter than in 100.000 young; from 100 female perch, gurgled ing. We solemnly give our word of
in the Russian was com in the
Md Fift b Ju-lCl! Circuits.P. consequently ( iplne army the former city, for the Lynn goods 3,215.000 young; and from 100 female mug just as ho honor that while waiting only the
"You French lax. At that time, before 'I opened his mouth for another howl. other night for the extrication of two _
were made at the lowest price. In mullets, 4,000,000 young.-United Pre I
J. FIELD : observed was discovered the Rus with fall and
pIe, telegraph came a thirty-foot a modest portmanteaus we counted seventeen .
I Haverhill were made at that period S4- byterian.
_ _ \
how used signal stations, which wore to the inch.
no matter I pound pressue square such made a
100,000 worth of shoes. Natick! was American In sarcphaguses t

ri I k r uon'a Werku4Pl\ troSTARKE not fool enough w miles apart. Th soldier made a I famous for its brogans, Spencer for its American wild Turkeys turkeys have Kurope.been successfully He swallowed a pint before he could pattern, besides a multiplicity of minot .
{ I nal which was repeated by the sol ":
he can get boots, and there were numerous other acclimatized in Austria on that get his mouth shut, and the impromptuhose boxes, belonging t citizen M. B.. of

.you advise me at the next station, and thus tho I places in which there were manufacturers portion of the estate of Count Brenner played away all over his face and Chicago, for all of them bore the markof

FLA. "May I was conveyed thetis tails of miles. silk hat and shirt front and dress suit. the beast. is hoped that the
b I who achieved renown and acquired which is known as the Danubian meadows I t b

Morin, "that an day a soldier at a station nr>ar pelf by their popular specialties in and great flocks of them are to ba It was a roof-raiser, and curled him likea porters were profusely tipped; and.todo ,. -:

AX.S. TVOKK GUAPAVTliBD.' &ox.FEEK&FRAZEE 61 would be a Petersburg did not see the signal in footwear. Many changes have occurred ;een in his forests. About the middleof cockroach on a hot shovel.It the American millionaire justice, he

ness' will and dreading the punishment that wilIcostthedoctor40 for plumbing is generally sufficiently freehanded. .
go in the interval Russett brogans, which the last century there was a"ast

him for negligence: deliberate I were the war in large quan. flock of wild turkeys in Windsor Forest, but he grins every time he thinks of it Blackwood's Magazine. "
"The himself on the signal tower
provingly.very" i hung soldier at ho next station mistook I titles, have given place to finer qualities which had been introduced by William, -Washington Post. --The naval authorities in Englandwho ,1

I and have literally disappeared Duke of Cumberland, from Richmond
and be found?" for a signal, so he deliberately Was have advocated big guns are lamentIng -
at Law The firm's Name on fie Door.
IttorneB Notaries.. "At Dorr's, in I also. I The long-legged boots. in which Wey- Park, where durin the reigns of Ante under a huge wet blanket. Two '
I promptly hunt him.el. Where did buy new dress,
you your
I mouth. Abington and the South Shore and George I., there were thousands of for the A
"Good. Let I of the discipline which 111-ton guns were
STAKKC ISKAI>FOII> CO., FLi. conspqupnop towns exceled, are in little request; consumers these birds. The Richmond flock was Bridget? asked a lady in suburban Victoria constrct
I require and ; in the Russian army next have delicatetastes and that at Koxbury the other day of htrnewly.im- warship a cot 55,01 ff
I acquired more destroyed by -poachers
cisely at twelve it was discovered that ail the each with an additional cost of $15,0 l'
Abstracts! of Title and Ke'' E,tlte Law I I and insist on having soiiiethir.; Windsor gradually became extinct, the ported domestic. for and work -
from St. machinery
On stations cartridges
being at the signal t
". I "At Push & store on Washing.
'Ite'ItIt\ well durable. been devoured
flO'I sightly as as They are, last-known birds having Pul's
Al'Btrac'B furnlshel !Phowmsr every !' ence, at the to Warsaw had hung them- street it was, ma'ma" replied the them. They were built to throw pro
Morti': r" Men. 'lax Milo. .hulirment Attaeninent moreover, undoubtedly more prodigal in at "The Cottage" during the reign of I ton pounds each.
towers. Of course jectiles weighing
and produced, on their signal 1,8
IInJ'Ilt inaitci of puh Uradtorl1 their use of shoes than they vvtre formerly George IV., but about that pf'ro'l there girl. both collapsed. .
ID at While being tested, guns
l.mate handiwork prevails
/fcNing/ Title of K.il a much stricter discipline : -
.4. eeuRty i'loiiua up to date or Abstract. finished and and which may bo accounted for )iy was a flock at Ilolkham, which Lord "Push & Pulls? queried the mis- .
3 ( the low figures at which they buy them, Leicester established. I is said that a tress. ''I really do not recall such a -
diamonds the German
sized will do. replied ,
and by the fact that cobblers have been brown Norfolk turkey may b made to store in Boston. Are you not mistaken -A thrifty Ohio girl sold a batch of

HEADQUARTERS FOR bearing the cha give it up.Te x a: liftings. done away with. There are not les resemble the American bird in as to the name?" old love letters t the ragman the other -

microscopic I -.A farm nei.r MaKlurt. Scotland: has : than 1'0.000,0 pairs of shoes worn an- olor and flavor by cramming it with "I think not ma'ma," said ldJget day. She realized thirty cent which

I rIx-L1 :INSUa..A..NOElt: : med"Tour it minutely thous I handed IUI'1 :l'C1 father to so? I nually in this country.-Boot and Shoe I walnuts, soaked in water, for a week be. confidently. ".\t any rate, vhi J I she declares was a:good dea mor tbau

t, frntlns:the Liverpool ao4 Loa409 le ." replied I 300 J'car. Reporter. (lure it is killed.-London World. i 1 it bald "1 the (door."-Bostoa L t. they were. wor\h -7 ,

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I Confederate Notice lor) Pibl: icitici. ;!
of the Florid
Lake Juiit.er.In 'rue hitriiioii.eter wctil UOAI l to .30( = i Iii Pt7. Re Union .

Bi1ftDFORBCOU.TY. 1 ELEG1IA PH. 1 ba1s! en waiting for Mitneonc bcl.er SIIIK! ty iirlit.. ., Ti! Young 1'toj.ie's! 'Winking; S-'biely j M..ich!; 12 habfiu Soldiers.st-t iipaitbythej 5-. 5' .5 LAND Omci-- 1'Vbruiry GAIK ESVILUS JMh.l' 0.FLA., 4 -pi1 i2)

able Ui lurnUh you items from Luk But-1 IVi-nhi iH.'itclie are ni kiiUil mxJ the (If i the Melhi'Ul l Ci.'iteh wTi' give "Nheet j of Heit.i-Tropiral, at Oealu. : : TICE i* hereby pu on that th Wlowir '

: : PUBLISHED) VKIKLY *VT cniji HI'] IeUfl entire fuilaiv.Oringe Mini pill!ow-a .." pi ny, t.l 4l.e Kentucky !I i"tlI.ers i nil! the Flo -id'soldiers. I .nwdm-tt1erhs filt-J aotteopf ta intention '
rc-iini-m .if
there is for the bftCIltl'U.
JeAuidicinii Florid
: j: uilwU' ccms no limise Wrtfiu-silny cve'iiiiir.-Marrhi lv.: j jto [ to uii1kWt3 prth't iuaUpr o
4 t IRKE, UUAUFOKD 1-OUXTY.FLOIiIPA. bue *!u'fiicufillj'. iiitem-tiil to'' respond to W'Hinis were all kilL-d mfl also which; ( everj 1-ody "is inviu-d.' The ladies j iv.' '' served on* Hie :.L* if 'dertle (n.I ihiahd rootwhI 1teZ1ter4. 1K4fT:1: S
.. ialnrvi1le'h'd 00
: I. C. WEBB. lire y.slirig rrowIk.Ve sheet tid! sidtf iu ills:* l.i'e war/ will be an enj yuole. and 1oeJverat (
I think that of.Ui will appear covert I v.ith n it pil- AI'KJiKlTlU. IN". -
your:rtqucfl. every purl > Jt.4
Editor and Publisher. \ are hoW iiiviiii a (lailV 1 iraui over iou ruse and will lie uiK-iioiif'd. to the affair, and all are '.ordhlly jiiYJtetl t(' 'IIC I viz: Sarah Lee; widow -at JS. C'Lf. dI1'ftPi1, !

county thoulil tie n preseiited in the lae new rmwl to Ln\ City. Tlfff !1'i only highfst and best hulderfor! nish. The present. It is li'incdJtMl as iriaiiy a< Caiiji irtKt-siiift.Hoi-i.Ta II. F. :.?; .. flP.for tUttNe-n '-

:t I SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A TEAR. TiLEGzurzI. Then I think that every Iwu ni'irc niil<'c <>f tii I tk to ln\ tied I Hit.Ihv .-:; lot ky puichaNcr wiij_ Jhei have I the pleas- i Will! ;':.ii I I themselves of the opportuiii'y% ? ..r XWtf So3Tp! 7 S Kan t.. e Zl E.her Sh continiio' nanies __ S. ;; ,. '

; ;; roi will 1-c co'iijilciwi hi l Liika.Sr wild of meeti'i'r and shaking hindJilh I 111:1:inv the follo-wi \yiti-essen pn.ve 11 aid viz.Wei's v "cv' t' r-J r a
in IherCoUniy miglu t<. lake and : lire t'o lie coited to Mipp.-r; at lady's j i iexpense. n alienee ant cultivation of s-u q
: Entered to Act Co'-prr* in if Jheiroid I >mradis.( The SemiTni i iI KurnLm. F.M ttigM ana q: c-i J f .:-r'w
Awn-ding "f rend it. The TELEnnAPH is n for > P. II O.si .;\ <* the first t to start llsi- But: Ih-isu who are not fm lunate c IMetcher. ::
the Post Office. Markf. /7a., nt HNatter. ..ccndtYlas power I Ii tI t iJ.ii.m, ri!I. .in ,its.pou. t. I') .tui; ke I l.a J. \VS Button all of f-ifcrSJ., FliKl.i.i .
614 i die rolling I i in the % 'iiy *l jilt ) ) ( S. eii'iimli to i cure n prize ale expelled oj: S Atex. LV>CH. Kejrister. (
the if will
good ) people they only I Tor theiir Th.-
Hinnng '*.' and nsjirerihTc'lim*;
) !
smith fuii
lIe IN !nivi..gn; njyCTCoti'ii %WI4t wehitti luusc t.-ei.it seme htdy to supper pay r it, i iI
-- take it mid lead il nnd furnish il nil Ihe '1 riiru.l! ha* :airiee'l I lo give them chie.- '
!I church ;
H. mi J.i.kf atvr.iiv. \\ bo will follow loo Pioceeds to pay for nign ii Notice to Creditors.IX ... ., I' F P. P atIpiI'niti4
3 ,' ,* TbeCJdWar* items of IKWS or interest from cviry pan I nc-xl I? Lwok out lor .iot.cr5JaVXL: veek.pocl. rat CB- one cut per mile going rnd d in- | 4TIIJUPICIAL CIRCUIT an-I a" r.1 ...-1jr,5 'rsit paisuatI9nft'rti3oO1reeo t
cold fr tbt nnitbwest Mew jug whet I leuor mote iu) I ron I the s.ui.e CIRCUIT COURT. )l. 't-'rv 'n-7 *pd Tertt.
A m% .:
i 4 : We ; COiN Y. ILAKIDA.VM : ;
of the the Out
county. want expcriefKeiof lli-v. il. j\ I lifjipir and \\ife inuved In order in In in'lime itis !KIUT EKAIJ-
; (1flWfl1fl this tOflfli 'I'tS' ''iit from Lske But her.iHi I citccnr.
fa'tnerriiuil truck grower 00 t sill ;c-re ftny ti* lake ihe Haiti TlHxIitV i-Vetiinir' oAM
Is1 unlil It'.1 iiis IK-CM holding lie The transition fro inland liieri ug T.DKOX& BBW.. et al,
; gettingeOMr u'1syanorpiu4 % ( :i Iiitil tilij; OLD) SeI.DiI.Ti. \ _
difJereit' uml I l 1hepcuple vj *" '
; <: H.jM so on. lrnju ro'-tmt liOthihi ? 5? .5T *
painful sickm-A C9 v*. *! *" t. 5 -*:* ftV- > i toTiT-t
ben ihc thcrmonifi'-r t Iis&d l 33 c and % I ; r'VI.! s'vcr1ll ds3 s \viili us :n <1 u c: n : ____
: :il ui<) wake up 011A\ $ sul jcct. J l marks! an epurii iii HIP I lita of the iiih INvidui't. Mr TlMMA" W feWKAT ft al.Whereas. .
hol.l vhes
iIo.1 iei nl I the Lhiistiau; i ln.rchtviy Uiul-ramlliy virtue of a decree of
thin Ice found vessels. niaruublw event is fvlarriedAt .
was f trfutseil Mi'-lj i _
Uj'oi :
: Weil. Lake Butler is tirtiiny! (Ift i i ilit at 7:30 o'tK-ck and (i. Sunday: s'il court in tlu.- ,'Ive er.t1i1! eaii-e.ontli.-J st
; All day Sunday U Mill n-tuaincd.cold ami nt 11 o'ch.cU. ti-i-asure.l in tho uiein-irv and I hijencv I Ih" residencx iA t t theJbii.K/s father, (lav > January A. P. 1'Y.! in Chambers, at ..lackMV f
biMim if I know what that means. U'ej S "hero1''the, H'H I he.'I'll' I ban I been attained .Mr.[ Noah; (Jii ir. neir S.ark". on T.'itirsihy yule n'liorred, win-rein ninl where i.v nil pf r r ary-; .L Llcer$

L I. The raw nortfawcst wind Ilml Mew all day have the uvwdcfxft tip and puinled. Jlr. | M i. Mini .VcITimey, of SiaiK.o.; id vis- 's irtn'f fully I'll" so''. I Hence l it. is i i.ion.i'u'! F.-li. 13th. 1 ''JJ.) KS.-V Win 501'S> having -laitusajMiii-t UVN-iuUM Thomas ( Maiari ,

was 4Iiugrecnlie to cncoiintci. nndrcry ilii'g fic.its in our yiil.ig' ihis wcrlc.Lrtti' tint s-i iniieli is heard jn praise H' l ie:! -- I W Mventuf date puor to 1 lie lil ilar t>I ilHicrtI
cry J.I J) JuiiMitni has had hiiilt thice netitInX their F'. >: !!l'ustrs dlliciitin-r.: t Mr l l.< \l Iy.d t t.I tj .*I). 188. are rt-quiml to m.ifce pr..otoftbe I
4 few |xx>j le Were f.een out of dof-is Fpi't lCl.CUe114 :-c3 with l-rick chimney lltMHll t'l (i'.IU Us<* of til'-
[ IVrftOKlllOl! to uilnioiithtil su-h
cur iiit'u to.ui now. enter I heir m nil-d j iclation- under l Iii ii igIlt TheiHTo e. this i-ionot fy iiu.t -f
dawned dear tmd cairn I ,
;i 1mtiny morning AUenrixe I T 'iiie. It'vm are (111fl15 w
i Gie-it an afi're'ai.t. having
nnd M J two of I1 elu occupku tdieady. ai.d I f'Vir'e m Mi Dyal; is .1 ( )15. c cito.s a- .1 '
: 1l4flLPi% &b'ut 4s fold, and nil dtytIat.ftir ONCE IN A 1He \ nuI.E. ir':i'b'l I t with H''J diis.: of Kilis.. I ILivor ( nrnspccls.( deinaiuls as ulV.resuil to present. exhibit file
.Mr. J.I. L. ilcKiniiey! Las his hlinni s.i'V or Sto' ii.ieh, >f Ion.; or-h- ..it.st.itKiiier pr.n.:1.- I M. r. haul I of Alaihtri coiiu'y. anil urine the sanle fI3) or hrfw Moiuter tne 1 'in

.t 'vlt i freh Rnd! bracing. Tuesday niorr.ir mill in operation nnd 1 nl-o leain he has nil Mirprlsd. i >'<>'l wiJi s-arnly li'"' > el lit'f 1 by use of |; Tlie Ti..tcuM'H! : j. Ii ItS t their many fnwiosj daY .h March A l>. i'M! ). ihat the same anti m- y be ho I __
thusii.l C-mrt iiiuy 5- :1i-n'-s. -
-. ; WAS i tint so cold nhd:clarfGgli day II.f Pi.ld tmt his store lo ilehfcrs. Truhy, bterntiurg Mdud.iy night ii p illy t of our! sorii-iy JIl7"iiii* liittei'sj. Sold .HoOw' a'.i.'i 1.0)) n j! !:i \MsliiiI! I hem evciy Miecctl.i )L'sj.i nporteil taktnii'oj.i-cuMUintl.e t>y ir.o to final tUeiee herein fcU .5\' >Tu ii li.- "i .'r'ht tVj-p 4 w flfl. Jj-rrmn.TcOor.C pca.ei".rwie Ff?.taale RtC ConS ete. -

' atmosphere wanned up cons'ul rably. T.I & Co., oi.e of the tiiteipiioing; tirnu people s'lrpiiM-d! .''il r. T. T. Illicit I at I lie botl'f: it thiuig.k's.- S. !ire. by said Court rente.eJ. H.F.ToME. **.'?.V.' BMn .rft't '"'"I* *""> ."_-"H'ntpnltl. -

what: extent dnmnge is dine cannot } ct le; In bturkc. and Hint they intend l.uilclmg iiiVjl.il iou .f Mrs. Fitirhcr a nil .Mrs.Iltigill How Brewers Advertise. :3HV. :M. A. .Mc'Dowel! ami her Special Blaster
is oil nil the StarSe, Fl i.. Feb. 7th, MP.
Iit1Md. Vegetation cut ; early a lnge and ccniniodidUif) brick store IKUK-C I llic r.tt.'iiNiiin hcitig I Ihe gcuileman's u uI Oie ot the I irgit-i j iiis of prining! I ever il.ui; ri'! r-in 1 l.iw, "iI rs. J. G. Mevl B tL-j* rrV yPSEwS

! rge3lb1ci i are liilled : fitrawtwirifd arc cut I I.ini h-day. il '. unit, rtaken in i this coimlry is now heiis"execuled Notice.IN
The of lliiity-iiiiiili ; Although .
Ir:2: light away. mw millin.ry store .vtsu ; I ; \v Ii!, of 1 I Hilton, \V. V.h avc lieeuvis'Mn

: hack probably fnm two to three wt-ekt; ((111 Mir-S.fa RlVCIS anti I'itVllU IS ii bout vi ry cold night, ie of those I iiivileil ar- l by King. Tov\le te ('o. Milwaukee. with .Mr. \W11iiialn! and riRCCTP COURT 4TH JUDICiAl. CIRCUIT -
It con-iMs of 2.00'J.tiOO!) hooks,
t the orange bloom had nppenrcd \\a Mr. Duucaii will nud t tlit'H I sa te1'. aid: i in I llr* wannUi md I oF _
cumpkted. cru-t a rntage \- a called I tfecieti. l-Ntifil y the i i'aliNl j t:;,.1l: t liu \>:\l week.yr S. J. 6ternhurl S

f : .kIlIeAl urxlnll the tender growth en the nt once. J *uiip
fling trees frozen off. Ko othti d.an.i fJiaa outsid" A I iiiti-nti of (('aplion I'aiiNt I lo ieive .: Imok j jinii.n f} \\>.\r.--r> FOR THE unl I l'urtli- S. iloiiiguusi I tq hi ni I- '.t' i. -. ft.'
cliurcl' -
The V -
% is pri'firehsiiij finely. piirt>onnge ry pliMBiit. evening was e *' ness u'ulrr the linn u une I Iniou t sworn to, qLL. : --- -.. _
been discovered. A deal Hie door s>lt-i ot evi htie in :i I CuCATr
us yet gient | ry ( 5I.H-
will he bu It as soun is the inale.'iiilcau piiSNfd, in g.-imc.N nnd in tisic. At I 11 I o'eli 3ekI :; -vvr rrt c: it -JL*' an.l stlef ruby. Stern f
the cities of I lie U Heil !Sit; s which have j ja .Jm *M buig&Co. I l.i.
has done of
ol been the health tiie
3, good ; l be ptocuud. We also have; a nt-w I they I Uf I tn-a'ci'! lc> .01 elegant lii II(11. and popuiaii-m of! 2.5))K). The ground h-.s: ,, p- ,- (ihrfl1; vs. I Attachment

county is impioved ; all disease germs will merchant) in the P&1 SOIl nf Mr. bi.aphaul. nlti-r .snie inuic i nil left, fce.inij: i ilml i lliey iieen gone over once an il look ."> lGi.U'i) () __ '\_ .5 5'- uUhLtLcY R. A. Kot- iuemore. j aueill.iry '

IK killed, also worms and bugs, which are Our b.di! < IIOUMS ale nil full und innning I had I piN
uch in the The w..y four limes I he I I iiite ti-it l ar'- here- _
: & nuisance gardens. people 'i'1. lent. a il a.l oilier persons e
over. Tr.uV is brisk :md tv-i\ I body l wi'd \vi.Ii nz: .Mr. I II.I many) more liirthday: C"N ul I lie wnoL jib iNtj'J (RIO and King.1'ovvle Eg1c Nest lijisottfuil of CLiiiciei-ci-int-nt of thealnnej i .. -S 3 5 wi'nth.r"il UDIC aint

feel better and arc more hopeful for the livily. ttol. Hid! is on the tick hst. There Tiioea !t.i '..Mitnil sent \\-iTU.Mr.aiiti3i & ( ii. are u uler tonliael! I ..143.00th deliver II sUit byattiviimtnt an I 'I, ... ..-

future than ever. j i-. :M. !t.. .J 'lH..<. .Mr. Tom Wall. .MrsGO >pe.ir pie.i.1 or .leinw to the UeUralim fit iitttti *
has been and is jel tight smart measles in Ixiuks eveiy :24 lioijj-5- II will take 1 uii. U tl.e set oii.I| IS-i] day f -/llils A. 1> Ink! ). r-yy x< -- w jiJi? -T i iifcV.yi4VjFi
Uhliin.! MN 13oie and
' *!-. is es l < c.ir-i..uls| l of t make Jdr; f ;'er; Cooke. f aid liIfltI
culy-Ne\ .ii papel i i ;> the same being tin- first Muniliy ;
aa.d atound Butler, but i do not think it i :Jsnpliic McC* 'iintv! llr.I Hiding and \l rCliurcIivia.d. r-'v E iiient will
& 1 ut.diy'. RIeef lag. tile ;.J.uJ.iJJj I),,.Iks.-InJ-iiid i'n.iter.Tfie I .iid-h nileda i>f tin- Court or jutl ,
very serious. 3Ir. John Addison d.iugh1t flis thrlliug (bt-trtkena.ai ht tl.o-n by ,l,-rjultUivfu S 11 S .
On Tuesday morning, last, the executive L:; -' I-.1 pIt'ric aiory.i u tier inv h ml and cal this llth dar otFebruary. ,
committee of the Starke Fruit Grow :r had the misfortune to get &eveiel> I| --- Pulpit and the Slasre.R.'V. A' -' .k i"f* !birhtas been A. D. Ib9 : ,- /
> Prc bj Irrlaij .Sociable. r.t\ and
:- Ci/o/"j3rin
W. \Vrr-KS.
F. M. 'iiii I'-iNt-.r Ui.Itudiiieiin Lrr l tsLI.l] .
; j ers' Aesudntion met the Hon. E- J. Yuan burned lust wctk by btrclothis taking ( The L-nlji's Aid Society gave; one of .-!h r.-Ii. i.'tte tilt.Mound Itum-u.: iS- i---A V. Nj 'sjio. .*h:ch th-rs \.. U UIIOI.KS. Clek.Att'y .
lgiuha1.OV5 _
t member of the State Railroad Commission flte. Rev. Hopper has lie-en yivinir ihu 1 their qionlhi( s> 'ciililt'o i ut the lesidciiceof iv*: 'I fn-! it inv ii'.t v (to 1e11! wnI 'I : lor riaibtift Cy Deputy< D. WAISKIOHT.('lerk.I S ; 1 : oiriotor8ITg
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;i who vibited SUrkeon inviUlion from the cJlizinMfif LaKe) Duller u.d licmiiy eumo :.Mrs.i I 1). (J ( 'Itf. Tl.i-ie WJIN-I I [..me 'Vou'le s >r !\jo ', Ni.v Ihx--vry ii is t.i'i ;3-ued as ar AV. .Wei'ks Clerk of the l'i cn.t Court in S -':-: : ,

:L fur svv--iiil crii.l pie.il.. a i good Mipper nnd plenty done t.'r ::i" :Mi i lunr- weiel-al v die FJ M IZUTIOHEOOS ind for Bratln.itl Cou tFl. r.tU iii rt-rufv ,
; association for the purpose of a preliminary good piearhiug days.Wed. of il. rvliich Wfs toll.liiule. :ij .Nomeeei: 1-i' i. : uiv ji ii i-'iiMniTN; tlio'ij-iit I L t'j With tli.a tlif f.ire-T'>in g \* a true arl et'rr. Ct copy ot '

the full \\e h.id u litile r.iin b.itiudny; r.ndso t.ii.i' I {ivlioiilos'ii < tjj'S wgnifl- tin-on, .n il Nutiuix f t'uuiicaticu il sa d causfu ,-., ,- -- _ _
'i-.v e
;: Leaving prior to uu-etiug of 1-d VII y lujntriv. I IK lailiCNi I ie.il'Zi.-il; a : 'iv o. : u : -ST. o'- liiftra3tfD w li.e iJ oCUf.H"it. -5 S.

'. the board in chambers at Tallalins&tx on in.: cold weather Sunday and .Mouiiay! ,''guild piotil irn'tinlr -.uppc. -.jlO SOI : ; J>. iv'ii 's Xw In| .--j tin iiiy han I mideal ?MIltb (lay otVoruar
: -.1 ii Ii < -I 1 1A-'i 1 '- :; aJ t; 'i.N fCj"t. : t \ A. I). UOO. W. i'. it'fc. KCy .-.
tnd heavy frosthich has Killed! :il.oul.euryjhin 5- 5 StC.nl ;,
1% Wednesday, for the purpose of special;: '. ." Alt'llliIjOVW'! M.lO.U"-1 ( \ O'N'Fuiriv r.onuar 1S.ALI
i I (.1 : i&tcreit.r11)1il.i book tljronrtmitio5t"liri S j. Li.4 -. rut W.liMiIC.IflD
thai will kli. 1'kc d.un ) X. ri.
<. into complaints which have U-cn fros ) t"Iis!< ''!SI'IJM f.:>'I. w i'A' .
inquiry | hoi.tj- <> il.s i lr.ii.fl in 1 i.e. world! OPEAQLE s *". "'3. S (lilly t Ici Ii.Si'c .
\ nge to the orint' crop t-Hjinot be cMim.iieil. i,*r i ti.oro'i-.r'i: ii i d "i 'i..s' ii'-i'i i. i-vi'l-; the tliiilling: .! is Lt''c&: ; r-t oi iLa
t placed before the committee by the association. ihd coiuui..i.iis tii.- lilieil ]iuv.: M.Flam I. '-.u-e. I am .oniil-u:: is'. lvi'i.r's Nev. Seeds of \&1r ..i' 'lG t..... L't-ra-' 4!' )ir y.tI.
MIU! ilso for the purplso.nh The roinnii.vii-iii men \\il!I not get i 1-5 li is nia'ie a i erUIL.ici \ liii .1 noii.i-j iii! ,< ov.-\ l'r 'iNiiiiu-iii i, in-.U- then.all. the 1nter'n. ,Y t: I.', Lsi.:5.i ntL 4 l.by. i Not ic i .

-' ? juformal discussions MS lo the views ai.d mmiy cursings fiom Luke Duller for | oor flu w li.'ktale l i.ijr ii.ii: lot lieM SI..t"isis I.-! <- utw ('Ii' ev .'lliiil'J, ei-e Stuart John tn. > .-' .- 1 .,'. .-Ml e-i 1 Ie. i irt. we !t. after I wjI tp111V (i tilO i[' -1' _ _
In the f r \li o't t\- -f 'il'Jd;
'r.ti Ie 'Vo 1" .II.tit'iIUZ it C.ili'it I JO ige i.
( ( I do
1 rti4.! irreii'-Nt kioiiiiONN ean
wants of berry us relating to returns next season. IVai iin.l |-.,t.tt* < bravely battl-il. '.ciI: :..r "Itthrill.ng : -. cmi. furl ("illiuty. t.t.' OT 1(33 FI.I f' r I otter. i.t.I3l1riitruti..n
ft-' growers are failures also Sliiinbeiiie I t.o bet kr. 11 is said tti-it: the L<>iiiMihi! Luli' iy: Ill S mi'.vtii.i'i -i.i I 'riein \'* t') ur;.:ej.i Ktory j i-iii' n. -!ii. j...' t-." sorrow, I Ti t3.t. t .tttk' ofTilollult So'i.
transportation /natters. The committee foiiipiicy will hlli.!, shiv try lo git a titiiIci !i tit ir *- il." Krn"- ttid boMlft a and a 1 ive sv-'ely! tol.l I ->t i' fi'.i t-. .il. liior'o lute I' Brzdr.i & .ui'y. sie.t.tn1.! l'n.14 ili'2Li '
1 but do well A I si'a JU/.tJI I 1. .< Incidents .'f thC -re. 11iiiet.iev.rM. tv i'oiitiiami
ci.iy yet. dlli l-iS. 'gil :r (ILI% utJaiiut.tr. A. I.). lttlOS
*J presented ably the abuses of comtoou carticra lio I ili 1 I lie fl..linl Dclavv.ttv, inuv I i..I the Xortc. J"omi 3 I,.>"* f.-r ti:iiU Ex- M. N. Ei.trru. '.

HB now existing and the rcfouut = I I tiieii 3 1.ill I has piijiiaiily (HLM ik-Haii-il in' Confederate, to r lliM th TiT'ilecon"- I I _
Temperance Items. >uithAn lnk..131. Thc New Canadian Law the great-BtCi\ V.sr c-.rr tn'.vro. lo call l 'ckAuoii'nctmiTi'git"
Heeded and 31 is hoped their elTorts will r-.l tc'I Lira of th lrR'ity: (): li.e.
Edited the JUl.e at.ce The O.it.o'o i ;vi r'liitoMi II.IN iiiiinditc-cd ,
by ButleTVnijiei Sorjpty.
bear fruit I'Mhai'ge his an ait irk on I Ihe!; "All I I I Itc'-hM law. wine tit ChieflaInR. tlii.t -, t. u EH i i. ir. uf t 'ij i.t. v.Lo j A'l perv.ii* inl*! t.l to tie e-tite .' Dt v''
: jn the near future.In a new pnivi.hs : :13
Alcohol Is Ill) lesjiecler ot | .IIHIQ % It 1.1 11.:ikillU, lilVi*." U hi I'.in-l Sit IH W.llll wore the Gray. | Pr..e3lig. lit" of lirtt'.hi.r.I Co intv. sr te u' 5
the afternoon Coin j ''icji: -r -ii;ill l iii>c MI. i i ii h.iysi i 1 girls nn1 'Bnrrycf Hi-'V Vcir !! f i! a \ clc ti-a j Fioiiilj.iieiv.i tl.l. wi.l 1 i.ire foi-.r.ird mid inas'itc !I.*-
by arrangement. rail us the Oil tIstr of I ihj ns, i-l is % tii I us (.3 Un \\' is h.iw to ni u i* (iii ui: In Ie d 1 der ei .reen j\-irs -f f :uj -. and lliil nI In ev.'ry Hutlu L-iu". 1". !* r. i,> J wi'bm !: jii9lC'tlti C J' yllIt'ilt. flhi1 t11 'IMIU4 tijIiIIlrOImnil.i.

;: Itilsiioqer Vanu adelrcj-seil- larg'iindrnthusiabtic the iiitlstt-I I lieu-isa j cnse in point : UevC ttir ii'V-i anei they h.tve lu-i-n \\ .'ii I lipi; -r .s.-nl; In- s d'l to a u ico'i u-i c the retell of TI.oi c, j-ii-ji b.ii>t> aittif-iow ( .: llli-t ellI.I 'ill pre-. ri' tI! eri = i
TRICKOP $!. H-o-.j.; .1 -.v ', s.A- rny..J.U.IK, [ 1II1.uitth.. nri uel wit!iirtli" tinr *iJ l>.
assemblage of berry growers.RcprescutalieDS :- 1* foi \eiiibone of I Ihe most einin- ,| In I'\oiida I lii'Jieale I U,0! H) oi n-e iio\v-t 1 1M niyto' \ e.iN id .iie: if a holil l.i" p rlect &Av-n-t-LL'r ni.Ci 4: ...c -c ri-4.OAi.TLi EOUMJ. ,| l.ivr.. or thit ntiee vnii be nle.id i'l reiuir l>ur <.f their

Mere present from the COt preachers in the leUlolj l t-hiuch i in 11 *; I lie 'icie.ijre i.. lH() ).un( ) and lie e.'il| .H1'iviflid ivi > null :e I Iro.ii i the p iii-nis iu if u inoi > SOLD OMt-Y? t'U V".C"'PTJON.'j rtcbvt I'3.

I j i- aU'i'it( I ll'.lMjJiutJ.> ( Tuiu* iii.i-li-r! of MIO i pei.Niii Is3ns,3'4ui.! tii ii Atb ii'iniDi : ("tvIr.rtz PrI'R A. Vf. r5itr>VMo.Fell. .
Lat ) Fruit Groweib sociatlout, also the stale of'New York, from some r.iiisi* .' .. \i > t 1OO. Adrosnis.tr tor.Notice. .
M-IMIS|! ago llicli I L: % ere |.| .diiced I.2.I.-' bale. No li
; fiom the Highland Fruit Groners Absociatfon lu-Crtinc n drunkard; and outcnst ntnl %v8h). ()K'U lio>; -.s; 3(1,11( 1 1'St M.i?,dit ali.iul ',.")() ), whcv.! I wiliiout 1 lii'e .s- Bi'.s; i.i: i.n-: I and appI1c.'toi3 l"rs i A ..'jts a.>.t-sx Li.uli r.vr.jiniui-r;.. f.-i-U-iu U-. mlwhodexirotoncta ,! S *r ff.ftf yi

: ; nud such iniporUint bt-rrv ecu lei s UN dired out west l tii Pin C.ilonul.i. lie | 000 I I'O.Xes. U e e-tiiu 1 ile t.i.l:I the < n p ole stt'Oi1i.I' IN :a'e: lo lio aioi-! .1, li.it: tiii-1 azid quickly s tu>a di-v.ni'2 lenito.y. : \

could be reached at the fehort notice given there i ems ineJ unit apiin jmiid the'rlitirch. I puseiil year will i Iw over 4.1'OO.O.M( () '.id; docM..i puviiii thetii'p > ir!: ni lijii'if O. \7. TjjyJT.l'7C-T;A' /::, inb"-3QO" \ \J1;i p !rocs, late in'o i.h tul!;:v.f-viJ I !in t'v Coii'.ty< st ite,of Stale LoniiVitkoKi of .5- : i. i lMjFlonda

of the visitation. Pies. J. M. Itibiug ofijtnrke. at 1 1->!> s. in in any uI t In r n, inner. !i.i: i | 3"i '.4.. .Jfc.t *a i C I" w* .f cl/ VI'II oritia.. f-vu s-'l. will o.ii forward n.l jink-
His I viol lii; I ioi I Isu. .) a jv-.r or | Sinee 18"0.* ) rtceniditi" to GnveinsirKlemins's ,'\er-i .nr. T.i? i-lHi-e-s i.a\: : den: : .i !triitiLi"4 I I I I Iiit 4 I iiit i a.> iOi TI t. uuil al -rois li''I iilint 7.S 7.

; q was called on to prebidc, and .Mr. si(I i. dining j which time, he di.l enijoiial | estimate, the poimlatioii; of i ilnsjsl.He ol !In ij ic'iti-r-i or I-'n';: -.-'i P1| \- j a. Linus an jirtscnt. (inU'edivInv. tl. -ni.itnh ;'t1.

C'htis.Vymun acted iu secietary. Hon. work that dem.ipstiatcd r.ire; at.i lily. ]>ut. j % ILLS liu-l'ei-eit .IS per cent 3 pel I ami i itltiN.il in :yive '.tt-hi! ii.lo> aiali, a i' j rv. _,- -- :-_;-_- -----:': 5-T'-.--* .',.rr-T>fc* or liiii notice mil l.e j>!e
    : Vann delivered a forcible and able reji :i-on* Ih.ni : uliu-r st.its i ii ih I pum-h-.L-K-! .N. y. 13)t''f! ; :4 I cot cry.
    very alas! he jithU-d to hi< ihirM lor .ifj'K'f'and any < fi Ti i f- J. I, flA-Kirs. :. -
    uddiets deft tht the Uni'Hl Tills is a '. iiKiv.ie.unil -5--- ? .. ..
    clearly lug power ot fell aaI1U and h'.s: l'i l fall' Ui.b UT 1' h. CS. 180. Actminiatratur.Attachment S .
    ( .r.i- i..keii inoir.ici.ii| \\illi ihe stale'sl ; ('liii i8i4iilN IJIoot! i)l'emiiue.L'c.i S : c ;_5

    J; commission on transportation giving many j pete He died in u 5t.ih.oti.: ..li iffoi'.s t ot pi l incii-a-e in vn'.iliji. jusiiiiei I Ihe ci.-n j is. 8 .ies. i>i.ail-t.; itchi.it rn.in. tJ., t arc tho c put up ly Notice.

    L ruling* iu the p-ut which a pear at van- lends provi.ig ot no avis ii. I He leaxes u'miiily | ( iii-t.i! t'l.tl; I ll.o oniiDok lor Fl.itiila's i iftituie I Arc cvi i If IK e' of c > :l.i-ioi'n'; If o Ji&t .a-e. !t it ::1 1. FEtiI & GO.V.'lio : STATE Of FLORIDA. ) 1 runk Line.KLOKIDA

    ujl- ance with the ruilroad tariff as now exActed. ( beieaved ami t'i-giatrd.' 'I'Mis 1 is a veiy pn !ii'-iiit, o-i?. 1 inai.ir s'l' a'inly! lo o- . I fiora thojs.im: by 1'.-.i' uer' B. 1.! B. i!ti. ui.IBI .- i : i..c or TR vrFoa )
    The tubject lo hand was discussc-d does alcohol itiin and ihinni ihc 'I V. < nle'la i I -ay Hut ihe i ress of Hie j j.uid .1 1). M I riv "iCo'sC7U (L iuNTKAL
    degru'e. : U Ualini, ll.'S .! !iithe J .. toj TOW. n. FARTLOW:
    .IaIt 1' t% : 1'Xr.Iij..U .. ; > ei': > ; s ire ; ; ? r-futiy: tI'-r' -I, Ic.criptivek.i
    thoroughly by '. o.Iiff -c.. a.j (I Yonoro bprtbv nolifiil that a Writ of Attach- k& t? ii.llie
    ; Iii m N'r.ii.g. ,! I&fI15 the ( .3 v- .
    special rcquckt ol Coznwkiojicr Vanu a nn-jii'oeis oi the fjinily Le-..-.ii'i' ;I.: mIL l.as bii-ii is-ufl I 'gan-.t you and \ our [ rop
    well the ; -; -e'
    MS >H lavoinl nan ui.il VMIID.'JK ::nl.y a-.is-i'! lii-m ": l-i|' fommiltee of lour, conbiMing ut Mvsrs.I ,ho under its ilevnu-l i\v iiiflui-iiie. 1 Mio'ix-i-: i.isi wivl. I.IMI- QM.UV. '>\ .';Iii:: 11.I hen; I tj Ulo.i-1 15 il.u: Cj.. LiuU.i:. 7 I.:ft A..li"-. !.' i l.i-i-l J Ml .t Thomas iiiirtnntiii to fif'y-t wo-.hoI1 r i iS->20)l) :.
    come i i : NIiidarU "Jbiiiif C.'N Bn*
    V .. .. .. i < U.- 22, 1SSU
    : cn- Jl
    1 f>r IjouL ia.ilv.. i c> nxli.ceJHOullw.Mt. \ : .T t- :- r.3; .t itii) h'trn-st on ti.e KUIHli0:11 April tat, 1-M. *
    Knickerbocker *nd Alden rcprebeiiting"the litre[ i ie some more saloon huh ; AIi I inil. i ii LIL (lie niurtki'iijll l.e c.ipiuu-1 aiII !I, t.r.: ltit l.&rrthan ever. Kv- IR Kow. iri'e s y<>'i Kitl jipp iir n-foie Wni '*. 3 j i ,uUTHt'i:3i: ; mvx j 14 i 4"
    aini ;ill! :is I ini it hi", The Oliv, N. t!., writes: I Ua-1 tfl Garden, Flower r
    > ii-L-i\is. cr-on
    I cr
    | people ; JIa pliin s. u I'ounty Ju IKin niri for >-aH County .',
    J (0
    G. H. Cook the 113- a'l.v 1-ertai.ci'
    nwtey association. AS isfiiuMn. on <'\\ di .' .DS .hould! send foriU < |t Ar I. flip o
    n year's d.iy. a -- ol G.itlaiit toiinly m\e il lo H.itnM ftliiUagOrIs o.. my licml'Jer and arais. One : cr I-uld -t::- pD. ILL liifjoflu-eatSMiikeo'i tl.e Ijtli day of May. K On l u i 4.1 uiv JcLsi ii\ tile Ar 6 5094p

    Highland association and S. I'. GardliierI solute drunken character alter buying Ives tuiti lo t.: (' Mate at 1 IiI'r: toee Ih:il'ihe bottle B. J>. I>. oue.l nse entirely. M.rCTRY-.CO.. M .'. ii. l-'i.O .it tin o'cloi-li in [lie lo.enoon J.IKnitlit eOui1j4.i,, Lv UalIuis Al. -47p j 25 a

    IhQ Si Kike growets at large (the home association SCVV111 Ill inks. shot and( insianllv Uil.eilfhe I perpetrator or pripi-iraiors, of liiedialioiic.il LJol.ns >n E.-l.ncnt suuioj. Mis., wiiuTi.. rTorrricH.L.l fitvo willr pj j' i rnp'Lv I'.ilihv:.1 Ar 44 F m i

    act ami B. H. hf woikei] o me like a. charm. 3tylw.il tfci Tia lI)5i. 2.1Ar| Uuvuffcurke Ar ib9p 4tUa
    D. irO.ii
    ; me i xpoil puu'Klud."Lil clay o Febrmry. A. .
    modestly giving all honor to ciiltKiti !keiper liecause' he Would not n r p 2 u; i>{Ar32i.Ar Ai 3 '..71144U, 4U.. a
    no guiliy man escajui ;. c idlxMy was C'.vereilithsotes, an.l my li.ilrc.ime t-a >oCH a". Tu M s. l.'tsj a : tuLdt. ..tr 25ij.. Z.i3a
    our visitors, having full faith! in their de- give him creditthen; fatal Iv injured I I ih, -*- out i lit B. H B. he<il me ijuickly.V. 4t i'laii.tlir. 12 Si.. 4 I t.1AI- liaVibol i e At 2 IT a1140i

    < Isbn) were appointed to what !))1 ;(); ihlktt.) :i:35: 5 iii.r UL-LIlJ. Ai i46 -
    present chief of police Hilt! dan rerously wotimled Florida Phosphate Deposits. \ J. Mi.nii, Ilutthoa- Ter's. writes: J5. U. .4 >
    Notice. Jai (1 !I; jIAi Y. i.divt.I Ai 10 (;ii
    in their judgment wouljbuan equitable a iiight wat( hiu.in. 15ul he \\as 1-ventu.illy j jcaptined Just now, while all are i X(11'iI l ami juo- R.h.'aeu'eJ 1 nijwifeof a. large ulcer 0:1 ln'r leg The I h-i'\ (inn h' n-lofore ex5-liii;r nii'i *- 5 -."> .i 6 :.pAr! L-b&r AI .I III! t.G0a p
    Paul it will ( that doctor-a .(1 ai1! thtr nioJic couM & :*, il- ih's' iliNNulveil l.nutu On t\v fir3t !ny o April A. D. f>m. I will sell 7.0Ar| | 'ia-a't- i. Iu5oi .
    compensation as a local raw lo tVllahan aud 1'Mlgtd in Jill. Noxv who ovei plni.Sihale| limls. not iie < nc I.OLeur ir : N ibiy: l.\ at |,u: !uauctHin.. in tluT v.-.j of St.irke- llrad1011 C 11 a i> l" ;>IAr < ilaiiuo j, yjuuj h IX) p.I
    amiss to make; I Ihestatemenl, fiom a scientific il I con-Lilt. 1 C'oun y. iA-ite of Fk.ria! the :to kof {X>'>!- 4 44iiri
    from tJiipping point* on small lefrlgeretors. puys the danirtge? Ah I \\ hoianp.iylorIhe stiiiiiliiiiit.| : I ih.tt Flornla h.-H: pio'iihlyI M J !J.Vv>m.xn; n. p.-.mircut Rieri-liaiit.if rrcrniU. < Tnos K I'.raa.J coii .i-lin ol ilry pioii1*. t-h e>-, r *tIy-tn.uI!e cloth( ; I 11 I TAMi'A: blV'X. 4 lg > tot3

    this having been announced by the lives uot to wiy saul of those men? I lie inosi )jrijiiinlie phosph-ilc lu-ils everdiscuVciiil i li.i mis: Inow iif t v'-'l ea-i-s ot T. \\n.is. in r jiatn, n .tiling. eJc.. aNotiii-I t..re fixtures unit 8Op14'p Lv .IIC1S4)tI'id} 1 Ar; 550p i.Sa
    bio xl I furni ore t"l.llglg; to ind co neij'eil! wit' Slid > | (54. LvV
    Uiseflg' Rpefilil cured 1)3' B. B. B. Two u Id w. u Aibl49uArfltssa ft u 4)
    commissioner as being the only case with3D So you fee high license is no pn.utimi ) in ihe woild, ai.d tuey cover: airieiler bottles cured al.ul.T oi tuly M-n>Milo is klii 'jic-s. In fCtiIiIg from ihe ;ihit'! li in. [ il-- Sim kof g .nN. te'longito tie 1 8' ite of Louis 54.> ar it) Ar P..rjsuiffi. e : 7 ?? }*

    the jurisdiction of the B'ate commission to Hit livis of iflhl(>CIiItS. 'the only tent. area; of leriilmy I ih'in di> I hose ot \\' Cfli'fluii'jn-iCn.' Muiey, Oa., w ile: 13. JJ.B ,. -ire In N-IV. I hit my INN Ci ttii,1. in ihiiiil. itkovsivi. I JK of uii I I'oiiiitv of D.HllrI.. i'.rtvisen. ; 2 a Ar tiuii.ttrsIl Art 7 65 p.
    any oilier Kn.>wn ieji! to be acted nUt! the chamber meeting. edy ii total! prohibition. Listen a iin ; --cti-d o'Hof tIle most wonder ul curs' thai ever formerly oci iiiif] >,l lit giM f.jident.. on Call S Zi.it Ar liieoiilueAr ArilOSTi.Arjli 5 SOn,
    is will l Known In H-i.niisis that the ai.il wiiliilr.iw-il hercfroni
    camv tj our fcnouleJire. nij -.t t ct. in -aid To n ofr.trk*-. wlieie S.IKI gool 92 !aI l5ti5 | tr Tmu.li. t'it ) 0a
    4 This commliec. after deliberation, prcsen In my own imtive state. Tenne stif. near .Hie.il lietNi'f phosphates are found in
    led a report that in their judgment the Nashville, alum; Chrstm.i a persmril |. of the Eocene) period and inimedi.ilely A New Enterprlss. i WIMI; so loiet'im i uiv 'jrr.iii-fiii :.ckio\v-! Administrator J of L uiil QSEIX Kitutf.Slar :3 t.l I (']..D.h Ki. 1'. t

    carriage on berries should bu established liberty" man curried home a jug of v.lus- aliove. Tin* QeI.Z1t; t> uihern, iind Floiid:i and Cilji-nieniN t to my u I.ai'i.; '! i., lirnlfori! e. Tu., Feb. 2}. 1-JX 1"40ptf.3.VI ; Ji'i KMniiile Ar 5 Ff) ;
    1 According I to the Geological Stiiveylepotts co'iniy for I he iM-m-iou p.ilion.-iue the> LvV ith'n ..i 2401
    he M and Hirmin Iiani iiiiiroads.I'Moiriiizing .
    the relative basis icon ;
    on same or rating as key. lie gave each of his! i hiMn u a r.ram, ot i lie jlentfiil ilb''i'iInhIit. tinuliole imtio.Nil.lilo h ive t ver net-'-r.led me. \ot lee. 435 ,, \r Cal:; fSTillt ArAul.er 14ip
    tin is -
    fact i.
    Dial i
    oranges, as now rMablibhcd by the commission nnd t the down in of the ot Flotilla he ..l J T \\ins. 5Ot. \rAr Li 12151
    M jug is coiner w.is suppose.! to
    I airi Xi ice i biliv B; '..I ,
    M-cuie kiitiicient! I n.il for shop jam it ; ivi-i t1c on t'e2flh!i tiny of r Ix&isir .t i 1 3.
    and in force on all railroads' in room thus leachlni; them to become the Cenozoic era. and th.il; mure Ih.in nine- nupONe.s[ ) tviI lull the city limits, except ;atrnii.oUN'ii'M Stiilke.; Fla. IVli lOlh.novHlt () ) ) '.I ircli i.I) 13 0 i wilt .ip'Iv to the iIu.nimri'.bc! 8 CO |i, te-LirJCer i.s i I, thPm I
    I leichs: ot I the of I Ihc i foimcd l.iins M. Bakrr. ..lu.lc <-f t j41 ire- it O- f..r _
    nica slate; \\is; urt m i f i E.STEI .N LiV 7
    the Discussion the have tletr I 2 II)
    slate. dtvdup-d gen- diunkards even in infancy. While all ; % prohiiiiioiy !pr.c.-N. 'u, Ii tiie 4.U Ju .u-ial Uiu alt f Floii.Ia.! ira; lfortC
    tri! opinion! that common currK-rb are not upon ;i Inundation; of the Hcene |)eii'nl.At mined to foiiinl a manilfiiCtmillg; mnty. at Ch'iinf'p'9 in Jacksorixilic. tt, itiie .giic! &iii) >t ; f> .i tji.v Jiitksi i vilu- i2.0p t &a
    were out the five-year-old boy wept lo the lc..sl, one month ; ).!o. this 'VI'4: ihegeolu ill) fie ju'icli >n nf the iwu railrmdN. ]'i-t Vihiitiult.: ( )IlANGK (HIOVE m ; H'loptio'i by iT eoiaiiii i.r cl ill.1 uneCarUou. tiii i.12 i. 8n: i.-r li-li'wm. ArjiOtli. C t5 a

    .' subjected to greater expense in the ban. jug and drunk all ho u anted, and when ie-d sl.itns; of Fioii-li as far as of tiie .ne ot fu' _> e ir- 1"p.' 4 1'Ar .j A hI,2s1, 4i8a
    siX fii.tn TI hutiui.I! ( .
    mi.e.N ihe thy. ey h;ivc ) ( til1i. IS1* :! 04'-jKr iitI'k .ArJlSa 25.a
    :: riling of the one than tho other. This he was found ufiei wards he was help- shown by vaii-ius iiuthoritii's But now 2i-5 ,icr.'S of high, di\' and level Ian I 1. ai.dill T.MOS.! K. pun< ;. J. 1... FUJIZT. AttVfor Ap'Ic't.3t .J. F. Ilrau ". 'O 1.1141; Or: !'isr.i Ar11. 5 a 110 p.
    1i uif. Lawrence: Joiiiuon! willi HS-isl.intM, Ue Fla Fe: 2 1 :J -1} l I.tr| :Vtnti'-H!.* I.v !' 2 11 1C
    rcpuit vra4 accepted aLit! pl.icvd with less. They sent for -he docti, but he i< m-iKing an <>Hichl ilouical: olihe ,\ Mil vt-y ainl map; off ihe entire piopiity ( t St.-ulc: I FlaUissoiuii.m _it > 'JO. 4t r-n-,3 z ". p, ir Tjlnto-fep lv, 82i'a ti flMi.p
    commissioner Va'tTn. A of geu survey ii- sites tor railroad; ; shops. I lr i nstiiy.i 7 5 7.i' 3C4 >'Ar ,
    spirit unity could only rouso him sutUcientiy to say, .Ia'( and new di-ci-v. nits in all prol>- mid idler S ()tic tI for iiljlir tion.LND 4 | Qniney I.v_ 727ai' t'l'p
    < .PoI.tAr .tvi-iJi3i.itI1. a'
    factory pmpiNes. I'hey a* : : | I.v 6.0 7CO
    .. prevailed at the meeting hud growers now "Pappa made me drunk." He died lie- al>iiily will show a dilTcrenl disliihutiono HidiK'eiiienls iii iit'iiiul: iclurcis land jufticiini Nistice. UEVTCE AT (lAtsn.-vrM.r. FI.OHIDMb'iiii \. i iI. Tr"I'.l'j u"2. 1 p.

    : clearly bee that tbc lime of action has fore moining. Now, who Killed the child | |ii
    ; ; arrived. -his lathei. (lie nanli xvlto sold him the From lie fi-inier ireoln'gical repotts, we or dwelling I purposes I lice I of ch-trge.no ii hi tiniler tne n.tnt.iti'l slyl of iiiVeiN ,; .VoTiC'i' ii.unel i U I s.'ttIt-1-lu-file h-re'!>y iin-ii iiutuei.f Ih.-it ii i e h t'.li.\vin s! in u..- 51 t I 52' 60"

    -_ ( make the followingdednclii/ns 1 i I : itf-Incllon whalevei; I lee simple i\ar- foiiu-r i- I lhi-< il i\ ill-Mi vi-,1 hniu'iii' I iioii to ui.Ltt." f1tl: 1iri.f hi support of 1.1 in.an .1..Ii'flrjll Ai9'Yip 8'i'"OT.'r

    whIskey, the die-UK, or the government The L'ei.oxiiic; UI 1.1 uon-ilN ol "a groi: ; of: r.iniv liiic 'It( lie in.itle; o.. !< lion oiliiiildin cc.'i-i-'ii hhi.' I'U-i'ie-N \\iii lii-ieaf'er' l.i- I i hit s.iM pr.mi wUIbem-iiie'csToi-<;ei>ft. 1.oir City .kiilp !5Ma
    % lIntt the three nods. !he ( iii lerliaty. the N"e > comp .._ C.rcuit ('our:. or in 1,14 :iti i ac-. iL-rkof tU'hxui. .- 'wii 'pAr :i'oei'n L-1O4a11iOp
    County ColflnI.Ilner.. giants privilege? Oh. what a l pi N. 1 hey will only eh irje Ha'1'aire -.- coiniiM ted 11 Ihe niine of 'IV. 1 II I Kivt-i- (. Co lit .:t Sri-i.e. FIorM .o I j, 0)t11)tpr tI.ltt3, LSira 7"r

    Coard met .March OJ. PrescDt, n A glorious) government v.e do have to foster ccne i'.. d the! Jy cene. A uiirnw sliip I I1holi'i.t. ol : : oi liausti cl:Miges u.i: cais lo and \V. H !Jivus:: tPItIt.t-i3l1. ltO.S ,:.. -. i. ri-b 9 f2'T"llv. '
    ail ai-mntl Jlie cuaNl line i-oj the 1 II Ii ..loriia1 -. : \?: J -li'i] A. D..IU.I. Sr.r o > r-rifa.: H E. N'o
    .Maco.i. liis.iifl1'
    Th v.-itl
    I trot. ( VET
    : > AXtUVA
    ; : chaige AND
    Todd M V, Smith, I) B Knight and AV II H business and inn a machine to make ; JACKHU.N-VII LF. BttiE
    I2) t .iuhi.* SX of
    A till SC.V i s'IpU S .
    I t e
    Qiiarteinaiy nu. e snip i unni'igM ; : I3) I '9)). > lt.nge2 0 '! Fl-k '
    a* prev.iiS: ii: .M.uoi: Iroin one I ma iiim N". 5 N o. 81
    rinholstcr. .Mimiles of Ltt t meeting paupers at.'! eliminate: nnd scatter d nth uth I lii.nr i :bt? 'ii; ry's I-i Vr. nlon ur I Hitttl another.M.icon I I.' it tlit'4 I Ii.' Ill ,., 131 Virnse s t ;>rovIN on 4.V1Tv ..TtnntrV ArPfiOn J f5
    1'eliur.ipli tdntiuiifd JesM m-e ut..I l i'it iv.ttj..u .
    ndofttcJ. .liny to as&essdamages to K 1) and destiuelioi among il blind i ai.d de- \\ I liank: of the St. J'.1ii.i'! and <-:11; ,: I I 1 ii1I ii.l la (I. viz: .1 .hi tijn iu-chrnidt.u John i C. IH.-i; n 0> fr I'V-nin'tlaft LT 7 5a 12 05p

    $ for road Ida lanu jug as far smith :i-i I/ikeOkieciioIi.. e. IN nl F1oucri hat tiloom in the Sprliie I I U.ohxI.. Chirie! E '.Vyn:in, Joseph 1C. 5e! chta.l --, 5 ik 1tl.;: ci(niT.
    Jhigtt.au through reNo Lit
    of *
    every person hue : of Sta ko I r-loritia. '
    lie Keociiie'priiii'l. A1I I i Ihe i lenni'nitr: ) Ma: have nolhinir lo d > With tin- 41 pi'i :.o.nui. rro'rs for Ma. on. Atfnp.
    > ca-e.
    Iwirted damagci. N D llupiman HIKII whatever order frown down UIOM } ALFX. LYNCH. He.Joti r. 'ii urt n'v-f-,1, nrn'ri. To
    name : oi I llr* slate iC of i ihe E<>i ene age, and contains hut thnl iliov.sj. ii-lniiiied! ; i eiingwithicli lint) Jo-ferson Davis. ( i.ai0t1.t nlfpoj i-vilK Ka hville.
    JhUupreK'iited written objections tifuul twin curses, the liquor saloon: i.nd the Vast lifi'M oh! plinspIr.lL's.Olit.iiii _I' y-iti I II.NXevey i ; motiiiii! : aiiN s 'r I npuiUK.N .. : oi'u! < -. r > <-.i -.lItl| (. n i": riorifH> ai il r.il we! ar t. TM ariiv.1 the..

    riKu], but tic! o were cot cousiderci gambling room. 11. H. A.Highland. a man telriiu I ,' to the an-al: ii-! uf i be hl-.o: '-r a 'i..nui.r uliei. ti !M"iiviir: r. riTil H 0 > m.

    by board, A J .McKiuney made applicu -- lriliuli' of ueologieul groups compiled A'miis-t!' euiy spring I Ihi. siine lie111.g ,ji..Eso: : :, E) .tvU ; 5)YVtflTL''OF.NOflD 1 ) ilnnou at.I.' Win. F. : K-lpliurs.: ifADC rn, TY y Jnli'i'in TH? nii.'kt-t a -liifto o --ca' M--.'Ifiid len ixn-\Vi.. t T Fli.rnln chi-'rti'st a U
    oy V. .1. McGce. whicli aceoniji.inie.s: I lite anil iii iI.iiii! fOr tlicoist. ] points
    coii es oviroii 3101 aieIt a [ oi Urailf rd. ,:ate o I'u-eIe-li.. ()riins.. f0
    lion to rt-opcn rond from McKinney'splace Fifth Annual Itp..rt of the I Dtreeior ol iii'iulilv delijitla'ed: coiidilioii. Y. m TO ME SOLD IJY; I' i '.la. ecI'rri iu.tI'rnbtit' ; iaer. lle.t :.tr' fi :! r.. ni_ I r I..- eon c t I! r.aii'l to: Thon a m_

    to intersect with Starke nd Luke Mercury tood nt 2S the Morning of Ihe2d. I the United Sl.itiN Geologic:.il Purvey, and miNi; 1 tlii-n: h ive Minu'lliiiim lo ulic.iti-| UhiSCPhh' l IO. h.' 5.1i A. L) ) is.. a.jicinti; K me the tin l-r iAnda.N ;; -iite. 1t"lZOceFv, NabIT: ". *j*. fjOtji*!. Otn*
    and 33 oil the 3d. \.i.t ihe cold st t ins \\tll! thai the ulioiis it! -Hit.countiy ONLY CmultIIIz4)I.er to M-lt lie to.Iouin! >' ifi. e.ii'1-t .f>t io"r .ni. l nl? por.ts. North a d West
    Uutk-i road at J Kellunvs. Granted. yo-.i note p ( t thies! ir.ipuiilies. In legnlate I le! aeii.i| ..i| > -t.itc- -itiutc.ln vaM rou.ity o Uraufjnl. smile ii-riv.- at 2 "t 0 p r.i. jin.l 7 :3", a ni.
    allowance to have done comparatively I liUled.iinage.i I of* the..Eocene age are coiorcidaik Ihe livei anil sit! joii un 30111- tti-l ..igi'm.as : I> on.Ut.! bel..iwm't.itlietateot Allt-u IT.j-'igc i U40 i..t 2l1; .i irlTsjire-s rrallfrl tsSontb
    I Piuper |6? 00 SlniwbeiriL-s will lie st Lack a little for it ello\v. it weie: Yoti ceit.iii.l3' cannot iilloulIn The |I' oop-etiis :I 111t| coir plete! oiu fit for I tie sin! .' u>.ty of liRultora i'e eantl. know (..l. esvi.jf. tica-A! 1. -htilj. irarrd. .Apnlka.

    Sheriff recapturing prUouers 4 70 few days. Some of our glowers made bee! is it not gnitifving? Nearly the I keep oi leelitll (til U %'.1) iV..t. .Ii. t-I'lVHNNiujr \\jji 1SI r-iniv iinini ili'tely.igfiats a-ul west dt--A.-ril quuttr and as foil thcsunt't wszvea"wtsr hilfof qu ..rr th < soivt'f ii.'' on I'l-ntC-tV.,imi( ,. iVias ArnTc; !li't' I r. C'-.tinnm!. *>. lla.i- City,

    .a euuinicning road jury 820 shipments on the 4ih I nnd .5i ili. The lenilti whole at Fl'rz'li' ; is of n rich orange cidn1* way |Lu I r wuikin u cnipe.le! ciiamriin : a e : Wishing D'e-iraiiie territory u.irh .> **t quarter of -t-etion sixtee .Town.hip 00) f> ni Locpl. ('fdleel.ttt5iflyip8 throahm| f.rilfIplnta

    t Red Menb Hall, rent 62T iu growth ton .1 I liiy i: \otir teacii. I ir) \V ttmoieland's ,ili.N.iy.i J 5 6 -Oli.Jl "I .il,5 Writ. .- i.cr-O.N..< W/'i "J Komi Oi-il -. Oiinc v !!.. |., esm'r ia,a,.-8.
    but I lie fruit bud are unhuit. Peento huh: yellow speck. Com pi re this w itO T mic w ill leMon: woi.ietl tneitiy w X an..wif .m > .i.fsi'.iT.75itj d-t ) Oil into. riirrim SHIM.-. Sou. i-rland, t. Fe.ersPr -
    collector 1 75J your co t.iiuiuvf flu tiliti treU a rut t an-l
    x etyicreMOIV T.t-tpo.
    sonievxhal Arrivtnt ,
    peaches me iliiiiijcil. I 7S' .
    being the hioadgold-.ii hand that sweeps'hioiigli iiml lit;' ke yon feel like u uj.t niiii or i..s. Byiiture of said ur er I will sell at ft 0 a m <'Ul3t: n-i-hs| a IL
    t I Q Adam, inquest etc., 6 16 unusually advance.! ; oilier vaiielie a.iwell Moral.i. and then think .4 the iniili,.us u4! for sue; InV.. 11. Uiv is. o' IhiN rt inu work will t>!et-e ..ddrcss. :is.NOOII public au ti -inn rn.t ot the C nrt II..tue door .-. tea.rerdti-Uoiit.53pre8.wnn.ct9.tFenia.ulmiwi'h Brunswick

    I D B Knight," co. commissioner 040W MS plums if nil kind-, pears ai.d tu'iis-j s, prolnlily l.'i.lionsof t<:us-ofpho jn |niNNilu.! tiie |.i.b ifhi-rs, in the town oi Salkeln aM county -..fBiadfordon -aily for brun wick 3Ia<-on. tlanfa. Chatta-
    the 7tl- uy or Aj.nl .\. i>. 19 1lg.I. Luiiisvl4r
    Japan peisimmnusnie unhiirt. plVite iiK'k I Ihu: IMS IK-CII mined ami Cii'eiiiinati, t. Louis and
    II 540SlYBmib. Deserved Clemency. t he sail e being a U-Ral sale Chiieto.
    tiI Tinho'sjer, day and the Cr1 Jlon 3rriv- I 3:, ru
    620 Mr. G. W. \Vhippie of G. W. Whip- chipped f mm Chirk-clou. Think ot lie From hue It icky Mou.llain I'yrlone : C03IPAXY. lay i.. a .j.i 1110 la, lue .uexiid ilesciitrtrd l.nui 4 Zit) p iu t-'i rri'imlir.Mail ar.d Express

    pin & Ui.. made n short visit in town hoi millions of money thai il IIMS tiroiighl inioCurolina. .' t\'e li'jrin I the pit'lical :on ov t tinHockv 13 22 East 18th St. NEW YORK- Jjelon lug to the estate o s-uifi tlfcedrut. saiii 4. nniets t.urnY? with 3all"reamen icj
    ; E \ Todd. 8 6U week. ,'til.Ii and your knees will i gueal ruv .l.-uniaiii ( 'M-lone with sonic i>hcA lauiia ueiraui ii Saul e lobfsId t1CCdefli..or Termcah.tiijuliuii, inn 1'urthifeerp. ,, n the New York. Al ries 8 5 P a nu.S .

    I J II Moore, bridge tork ,7 00W Miss L. Fisher, of Won ester, jfa-s, ; in sIlt ipt1iI2 to calciilale Ii"\\ diphiciill'es in ihe :Any The ipe p! ..iiniiter ; Myil3g f. T tit e,. L. li. tin..vgs. D. E. Mow if, A> rDonneir.v*. i'. :. I/A..

    I) Alwex. S3: 50J wnocninu to Highland quite an invalid in.inliiliiuiis_ ol inuiieV the Fi-i.ida |ilnnpli.ile plirotn whom v t e lioiiirhf %.nr oinpliiilor ? .'. Jlaic 6 is 0 Coiu.nis ioi, r.UOflh1h1iSilier' if. u y '"pycr. S

    M Johns superintendent 500 t wo iuUTS s-ince and relumed n.lHiJn IIUNvill! hiing iulo o'U'JvloVcd and thiN pin tiii.z oph'iee plmii-d to MI;>|>!V U.S.- Pennington, S
    _: t : ) Sule. .5 : iaa.Iger.
    tJ ckid :
    the spring, enjoying: pel led health is VM r I TKLEOKAPH.Clrrtand pulilihiIng 400CO main spending the winter here witlilur 11.uvpli lies i in Fl iida are c .ntincd t : to oi phne weex 'wpTinie' we can get 11113e -. >I..M I-in.f.-il(! -vt Iii l.t'r Mat I.et'ist.I nii'-f ipni-l rii.1-tai slpr1fle i il.p! Inrtctnul.iil.m rrd Under and I.y virtue of an order or iJccnv is \ *&t\ **IT* **fl "*

    anhitur 40 tisttr. .Mrs. \\ P. Whipple.Mrs. mi one scetinii. Thcie is truly a tonnlin \ has t niileied: tne niii>Nug| let lu-i a. ai: I S s.. .ifmv |iM|>. ri>ri i( i- .,< in I lip ire.IV. s Li-iiaf-ru ed out oi the n ob ite Court of the County oi tij.l ; J -
    -itN i in .l.y ilhistr.itiMl. |iif cliiHni 'V.i43II t rntrjivnirs. State of Fioiida. eliH>.w-i-iu iie fiS 1 rf S'osgji
    I the IIOS -
    that it
    I 5 slate flu clcp > ping will hive 11 without Un-m till liii,II-IK..I thereto 1 ill nj :I

    t D Q Cole toad juror Cornell and chill, of Phil.idelphi.i. get a.oiig neklr. .s-t> | l.r pp nn'cil s sell at public .tuuti- ia irout oi
    145 tre visititig Mrs. Corui'irb mother Mis. qilanlitic --ind Vt t we need ii"l ftr lliil the> come.YV d.m't iiqe Ihe loox ov .JIL.vN.0.v. i'ru :u vPzr. Fo tr ,'-, I'ti3' tra i. 1. the court Hou-eilo j ; t.1 Lz-J p
    i 4 to.
    Truly t'rDEiSREUS.&I:i
    f lirtadttaj, N.V. Hon.la
    the inatket will silimed -Floridittn. on .i.on.lay.
    e April"ill A.
    It G. COIL this \nriety ov knelling j I miy 1 hi. l>er than U. l-Qj, lie-
    J W Anarchs 145 tweeii the legal boira ot saK>. t..e fiLwwiu
    i.ur readers, I'Ut misijiix will i'i IflCH1TECTS ,>, = : .
    II. C Cook rnnnager lot G. W. Whip- ; happen & BUILDERQ1 [ U-scnbea properly Leo'jxg: to thee [alt- cit -
    M L JchnsJUAU'xr.i 145 pie & Jo.. has leceiilly returned fronm A Lady's Perfect Companion. I lie I he.st ov regulntcd I phamil I CN. ami, i pit Edition of Scientific American. 0V 'Patrick Murphy, decea-.el. to-\vit: Lots Oz.e. .,
    14$ O-ir new infix, hy tt. John il. Dj-e. one I I..' ephV and C'.N ntd x's and q's h'.hl mil.wr iwo. Three and tour in Ste ion lu.uy-av,
    business trip north. of New You k'S iiKttl skdltul I I | crcat succosi. Each l.ue contain* colorc'1 lunnBhipfcjr; South of Itaii e iw. i.ty ou/Uu-t '
    py.siciaiN.hows .
    sh 11 ( ni'id ll.e c bird tne lithi.!rupliic .
    1- L13Vowshl its cei-p s ) Cyclone plip .f cuiintrTitiKi I-IIT 'it'i-r- bald land sold to pay rtebts of s. ;
    The spiritual reeds of the town tint not hildliiiih. i 5 >" ..r PII"IC l.iul.lin ebUte. Terms ;
    ire nowbeing pain: IN neceNsary I in < wmi lug .ipiiier a pliaNiun: unlil the .Ni.iiiiri.ii4 i-ncmvu (. Cash. '
    II,. W W l '"- I 145 hM.kcd ii'i'l full I t | |an' ami >i i-c.f rati..n< n.rtli l pp alter by Her. Wilson ol hut v ie 'ilts limn eiUM-s lasi'y U ii- sorts iLuivc.: i Il is no j >que lo Us." MK-linxcuniemphilc Imiliiii4. 1 riccJ-.Si'a' rvnr March Tth. 1 00.- Cuiiakisi..ime1LUMBER -. -I li _: V
    W Edwards 145 Dade City, and Uev. B. Davis. ,,r &tarke. dt-ri-to'id in ij! ovcieome. It cltar!} pn yeS > Kit. a copy. 'iUN & CO., FCDLI&UEit$. I S -4---v3--r.V r' '

    c. J White 125 Both are enruest werkcis in hUe cause of that 1.113' wonian in-iy Iicconie H mother
    J Dpepla rtr
    .. Chi 1st.Ilex'. -
    wilhoiil Mifft'iing piin whilever. It
    I B BaruuioJ 125 and indigpNtioii m u-* worst form are by nppljto -
    Wilson tots idso ICN!! how o o\eu-otne and prevent Jlrs.v
    I 123I org-i'iized H 1'rctiyt- j 'me.! by the itseof P p. p. if Von are Co.3IT.NX .
    C l urdyPWBnowdca chiLi chuiL-h Lea of -tune morning sieIu1..si ami! lie many oiliereilN IS
    a goodly num initeil ADVANCING.
    ule'i an-l run do AH, or if need ;
    you Ii) S
    i stu-i.diii It is y"srs exiicrier.cu arrt have nmile i.v r
    : S3II ber. piesjnaiiey highly a toniilo le.-ain fle-li and I l-.s'ij-.ppti i e, L .41.Ifl.J ililirutlnn- for An.encan and h.r- i I J. !L. GASKiNK

    J8T Ruter COJ1CO X. endotsed l hy pliyi.ici-ins cverywiieie aN I life strength ni.il viaor, take P. I'. p. ( PriekIv k pateiil. SinJ br 11andbL CQrreaoudeuce Saw Mils ,
    strietly cnnr.det Steam
    B RofcicrAwurmnt wite'hinu-I pnv.ili 1 cuinpaiiii.n, I'm I lila i A-li. PotiNh an-l Pua-.siutn) it the is! Enpss C.\LIU IK
    -- ,
    'itll : '1 wi I viVe \ou uieal piin. ami p.i.- 1 kin-ot all iii>-diiii>* P. P. P isihe TRADE MARKS.

    vent med M t.isrxtem'.ii < Hampton Cleanings.itr hihlyoiir life -en I \\o-retiI .st HHJJ f idiM S i-ri e ..tt ilI! .o I |pit filer I in tio! world For eva V'/S itTh?'-*e.T0ut apply Ilark? to Ii*:Mc\v not iPCii-'crcd In the Pati SlllfiGLE MILLS,,, HAY PeESSES Drugs & MedicincuSt&rkc

    R he lltnc for colUction: of *sXts Vt4 Si% j,, ), r3 I her I.I I. -tipiixe cut tilaiN. ii-uai >t.j i. .mil C. .- s.il>- l l.v all 'ir'i..rfsts. liRiueCk.' iHotectlun. teua.v for( o.lianduAiL., ar-.l procure *

    pee 0". ))U'li.$ \v. T. \\ I i\tr the 'ii I LL-. ", I.,%% ((4 I I t aii ai IiiiZiI tidt-iili 1 li-lli i i i.t in se.uiiI I cmeop! runiMVartaand Uutilon CtI'VRI(1lTS. for hrn!.. cbart arp If you war.ta FlnatlaaSanBZHj! ? laPhysicians'

    I up sidI.i.iiiis{ \\-j !tiirl &i i 1c'iuilsvnc. AlillU.-.s r'KAMI 'I l HOMAS & C'O., I'uIjisu.L1 llemcveu ami ea. quLeliIy irocueii. Senti br Prcsiriptions'efultii
    ( kkr&h u'it.jF. fcr j.iie.vly siireiv Iiv u.Ia1Abbotts & CO., Patent Catalogue tofl I
    ,.tvr' : s, $ J3itltimoie 1u1. r-utlcltorx. I IGkxruAi.
    Eft Indian t'oni Paint. Uai-quhnr to. (.
    tt.td. I C'uiiiponiitfet'ttt
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    a .1 1 1l BR/DFORD C'OUNJITELEGRpII. More street crossings are needed. Renvntiber' the core: ??!. | T TI r41iOF-

    t (I pt. U. F. York in Call ami the new tock of I .. '
    r y was the city SEt :* 6-a
    1'f 1 '-7 '---'-'-- Monday. Ehol'S'it. \. 'Hodge0.Mr. : i aOYA ; iPf3f, p 6 h1g' (CO
    YOUR D"
    sNIP Starljc ) la. L ., t I TFtfl(9 ; ,u i
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    C< -- -- George Baisden, Jr., is slowly re I j jcovuring J. Cha Richard .r-., is the II II I t 1' : J t.

    VEGETA'BLd" Local affairs from his injury. i i11'1' happv father of a bounc-iny; 9-pou'id I .

    FRUIa.fld :_. : ;. E. Strong Ins the worst look boy. i ii
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    Milk shakos at MeacnamV. lug patch of. Irish potatoes in town. 1 Miss Griersun of Jaclvsonulle, I ii i I .rj .

    TO A fine stock of candies and crackers County Superintendent J. L. Hill I! spent a few days ]lavt week with her ( i

    1a at Walter Wills,_just rcc'd. has been quite tick the past two tl'rth', S. II. \\ alkiMri. '.

    MARTIN & Co Satren!-elt'ijarit dress goods in weeks.Mrs.. T. YV. Shand, of 1 ron eH1, I They want tfse i you Y:1i: (.&.occrie$, Proilsions, Flour,

    BARBER domt'ttio and imported ponds; at ha het-n visiting Mr" J. I II.! and Bran.They .
    Hunker and of 0.. Hay
    family Corn ?
    p1.I'kcr\ + h' : ,
    TruLy, Sternburg & Co. nandina, have become I't Ft'r.\\. for a few cby.1: \ -.- -.

    "CHICAGO.Reference, Lemonade-and H>da water atMeacliarn's. this city. '* !I Go and hear the I Brilg'N brothers tIaiti''t(> Sail y.j ynir Dry (Hoods.antl! ctins.i

    Thursday liiirht.: Their: s-ong-s wii!

    any Commercial Agency PARc\SOI. few-Morgan weeks Irowill the erection commence another in a linger inutir nnmo'v.Don't POWDER They. want to ,i-- you;; yo.r;:: Clothing.. and Furnish- ; Goods
    We have the lines
    nnst : -- "
    UK-h-ml feurke brick toie. fail: to hear F. R. Bridges
    t Fla.
    also Heiberger of all the latest style? in town. at the c-ourt house Thursday night I Absolutely Pure I '! hey TiRMt ty SIM! yu your Hats and Cal;s.I .
    : II.
    Truhy, Sternhnrj & Co. 11'. S. Wj'kur is hauling the I -

    Imported brandy; at Alvarez & I lumber I and other m.Uerials for hi- I Iii hi-iniinitahie} : ; 'Gr.ind Failure. |J This powder never varies. A marvel of purity. I They! want to!aril y a join* Hoots, Shoes -Mid Enbbers.

    new dwelling.Shipments Mi>>s Ksted-i: l3iig l h'l't CIIV!- -trengta unit \holt sfmt'n..s. More ecoiiunik-al. T** *i *- -> *ifc V as! !- < M J.a a T
    -I.T.a o.Nell M. D. Liddon. lu-Mlay for Atlanta'la, : wll1'l'she I "than'ompt'tiUnn'itl: th<> ortiliary: kinds.the mnltitu.le and ca. not,.r low lip olJm test. I They: want to .H You Your jJardware, Tools and UnidlugI
    .rOOarIlF) diess ginghams in all of stra'.v berries have i short veiglit. alum or whosphftte powiler Sold, !
    will attend school. Col.: :
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    SURGEON the lattst designs atTrubSteriibnrg suddenly, ceased owing to the heavy : only ia c.uis. KOTAL BAKUQ POWDER Co..110 I -4' jt3t'ri\1 -
    PHYSICIAN AXD com>:iinied l I h:1'1'. Wall street. New Yoi k.
    &; Co. cold JUst ed.Mr. I ; Agricultural 1m-
    p- i They want to you jour >Yu KO t S Cuy.
    STARKE, FLORIDA. 200 Ibs.-fine l'alldjll t. received :9Mr.. Churchill.! (f Li.t.iy, called I H.J
    ( II. \I"ou'ho, has been so 1)1c.'mcntN.1! and IVrtlHzers.
    \\'altvrV11b.. in our sanctum oilV(-S1:S4h\; amisfhiiidened I --
    | at very sickith rht'iuuatisni, is i again ; al\111 tlA r1iiThis : Harness ami Whips, in
    "DR.'. F. CENTER. Stonewall Jackson, Old Oaken slowly lecoveiing. : u- with hix: j'I'to t'nc .. r.\'B They \vaist to sell 3 <>tt jour Saddles
    also! with dollar. I I need. CSivo them
    Bucket and Old Yulley whiskeys r. I laet they want to sell 3011 ever>tlfi!tr J JII niav .
    and Besldence 43 Julia Str.,.Jacksonville, v Mr., E. Strong returned to Starke convinced tbftt they will save j'on money
    Office be
    Florida. always on hand at Nice new busies' for sale byX. a trial, anti jou "
    Alvarez&Licldon. last Saturday. lIe will return to J. J oUe on everything Yon buy i ml at the same time :nnrau"t" the quallt.v -

    -J. G. ALVAREZ, To sav: that we have the best line Pennsylvania! next Monday. New jroods f11 kirnU just received and, qm1.Unof Good.

    DEftLER IN EVERYTHING putting it mildjour; stock is simply ,'ul\lit'\ attended} the Stain Teachers'
    Duck for ale. Keep ducks
    tinmen*'.' nnd ;oods are offered U Institute at Ocala this week. eggs
    ..A.DTDCOTTOfl : in 'OIi Ibt.i'i'y patches and dcstioy STERNDURG[ &
    the lowest.Trilby .
    low as If you have anything in the way the cut worms and crickets inus ,
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    BUYER. -- -Siernburg- & Co. of priming (call at' this office for Ileiherjier & Richard.M'l'ssrs. ,

    I. Our .toek of shoes is now f( m-. prices ocfoi'H placing your order.75per .
    I i1l i give 1Iug:1ill I Truby! Sternburg fc Co. | F l.l() !{I \

    THE .iADFOrtD COD TY BWR t in 1'Il'II'Y tit\ :* .1l'1'l'tll\"t.! ] ::(' \\ YOII- edit. phosphate is discoxeud I h:11'1'n.I:1"l..1: the inereaKti'e;! intcrcst.s I AhI'di4, = w 1H- :.nC'C.fl.fl.- .* %-.__ 1fi.fi.G' .
    on the I'I'n'l' by Captain L. lcI\illi1" Lake -- -C.r. )
    of M.! at : -
    FI/HE1DA. Sternbnrn & Co. : :
    STARKE, Tiul'V. is : "
    reserved '
    Ell Space \ \
    '" --- \uitls. K II flies on Bradford.The : : Butler.Mrs.! "

    Docs Ge-.iersil f bought: H.inkinir: n nil "01,1.1 I>IIMIHS.i .t'rinciiies LADIES If41U :want the best >hoi--one TELElHtArll: has no .field agentit : i i .J. (r. Wilber moved to her I for the ltl. = ; r.- NS. ll.t'j._ __ __ .1'1I .

    FschUI 1 .Ir the UifMftl S'nies stile l 1 that i is perfect Ii' tItit;, call for the : present. Mr. T. ;M. Sott is no place) Ill the noitli part of town this Racket Store.C -Peaitr:; inFancy

    ttl1 lIulI. h% & Ford Rochester lme at. longer representing i the TELEGRAPH.The week.l She has rebuilt the house already I .

    Europe.Co'lectlons Promptly Attended To. Trnl'V. Sternl'iiru" & Co. M. E.; parsonage i is lotion 1y there, and Iuha.. a quiet, Goods and Fine Stationery

    'I'hn' famou. AlIhl'lI-l'I-Bn"h later! nearing completi This: house i! cozy place. ,

    \OVll OCMNCSS OI.ICI rUD.j. Ifer on ice at Alvuez& Liddon., I# quite an improvement to its end oft ..J.Y.. I Hodges is selling clothing,

    M. SE1ULE:, P'Wt.N. Take your girl to Meacham's for a 0 W II. shoes, hats: notions.: ;uid in fact everything Books, Seliooi Supplies '

    .. W. ILeIET1C'r'l| cool temperance) : drink. Invoice of the Witkovski stook che.ipei than he has ever I\ t Musical Instruments etc.
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    WUiriToil UOOMS.VNTKD () : N'lll'ot\t oo cheap at has I been, completed, and it wi.l be before.The I .

    \Waltl'l'Yil1. old at public auction on the 1 1st of 1 heard Florida.
    \ -.\ few lU-inlcis: onrtMSotiAiile trot I:it e, wl.cn: last Rtarke_ .
    terms CII''i11 let nUll> u Rustproof oitx; atlleibi'ruer April.Mr.I. from) \-,= .swimming I I 11tit t' Gulf; .. 1iI -

    ; iinfurnUlH-il. 1 I & RichaidMr. 'I. S. Walker will "tn'alll. heading: for Cuba. A s'o! p
    either furni l.l.,1 l or open a HOUSE
    trood from Tampa i offi red to take it baiK THE lEAm : G fURNITURE
    ". Call on or .itWre, >s II Miry a racket store a' an eaily date. See j "
    mule for sale. his big advertisement another hou.e again. "Xo-t-t m m-nch,!
    MRS. R' 15.i; JONES, in I
    with column. came the feeble and f.1.in'l'. n" response q\ '
    STAUKK 1'1.'V :\. We are VnP to overflowing M 1 .
    over the sad wa\'es. A\:l."K', ) jrJ I
    < onds.Tmby ?, () F THE STATESJfJBB1v3
    new sprini! ; \' (II. RivM'r. new brick store ;sranidlv
    IT RIVERSrtfE'AhEU{ : I Siernburg & ("o. Hearing completion) 'This A man who is too s-tingy to sub-

    IN-x I All kinds of temperance; drinks at building vij'.l:II'l' an, ornann: nt ami a seu.li,4.I I) his eo-nity! 1 paper, should 1 I -

    Me.chsiu\! 'p' s'te poxt) (3111t'('; rredit to our i I IrI. lown. have: eiiough )pride to kei ]l' from borrowing THE MASOUERADE' PARTY. WHOLEfllE; MID FTAIL .
    Shoesrs ( U>TO.M I MADKS11 1 0 KS! :\ .. .John P.uker aired 6S bis neighbor's The price of The Costumes Elegant and Costly- An 1
    years, -nbseriptio:' is .. i iy OlI: (! d I Mar per tnjoyabie: Atf.lr. ,
    at Sr I.u1il'n.' are now hanitling I the died at his residence'I on vVr.teroak. \eii. and e\ei\' l.ody can afford to LFt Frul iy Iliglit the "Frolic ( hut!' .

    C lo"tb..io..g I Mmijiii L &; Fl)' (1 perfect hit ill; shoe. about i4 miles from Stark, on I ues- take it at thai In I; .\' price.; 1I'Illht'l1.SI i'njoynhlc cli nice of 1 Ilu SIHSon Always keep a full; lii:: > ni tc' }Ir t'-t .-t\K"* bJ

    -aud This I me of hand-sewed' jjoods weoontidentjy tlay: the 4th inst. nt Ilie c-p.-icinus I ('niiiineri-i.-il I II tU-l.
    assert- are th* finest shoes Our sanctuma: < gracert on \Vedne.sd.iv About 109 jriiftsvcie present cmnui'.i.n

    Gents' Furnishing; GOOrls.J1Rl ever handled: in Stat k,'. (Jive na .Mf-s(f BI..ie1'Cormil'k ha? I J'l'lIl'l'lIclin ; ; afternoon I by I the pre-st-nee of the isi'ic'u inicri'sitil Sc1iI'4.; Thertwtie Parlor and Bedroom c/jiios. gfebsgite ami Chiffoniers.

    call. Trilby, Sternbnrii & Co.The >] the'l'l.k \\ ilh her si.-ter, I the most* l'IliU'lIIillg'y.HIII ladies: ofStaike. a jrnoilly( till clileer! i i'i foslnines.- 51"'nei.F .__... -c.---- _

    GOODS & NOTIONS. ) Kale: of '' \\'l'l't I Home' flour I Miss: Sophie.! She retained: to Visits i'n.ni fair OIKS :aie 1"V vvhi'in llu-ir i;c-t ivaliy I iy.; a iisti'tii-ilie'l G" 'il! mu-ic.sri-ci.ii j/h-nly oi! tv -

    are enormous. Ko trouble I I to ell I II Gainesviliu Thui
    : Hiving just received a largi sto'k of I the second 1 Barrel to\ customer. For The count)' tpachers convention:; ladies I all, ii'I oil want to make iiu-rrilv We vvill einlcuvi.r rnstuintFreu III give some -
    I nuist nllicc.dlt -
    of lit
    the flnive poo'ls. we Give. arc prepared us a call to and sup-inipet sale by Ileiberjrer I & Riclia i'd. at Lake Butler last Satllrllawa the pnnler' iI.py.hed! light in his : 111rall"a8 n mo-t funtnsiic ciowii th- -

    ply; your our wants.goods before buying e! weather.The uill lid in:iji-stic \I t.ther IluMi.uil.! ( ; I Ihel
    , .0 RiVERS & JOINER bales of 27-inch i ) checks j just I ngbt March! 13th, the its l I'l'e!tt! .[ :th" ball ; ()\\en O'At-iis II pcrfcci(4iloy .'
    aug23 STARKU. FLA. received at Truby, Sternbursr & Co. I F. C. & I'. depot at Sumter-( HrMjjes l Br'tiil'rl.iil! givi: .1 concert l in l>uck .kiis.nil: ; hIli""". MIIH- l'n'vull; (--t'-' .-:--.c--h.j-----l'lttd.- Jacksonville Florida."Sell '
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    I II ill the hou-e. If'Oil I love O. Si-ull-j w.i> a \ ,
    and 1 of ville was destroyed by (lire on the I c.inrt l Ion'n. np.il I Irijr pisinl.
    Choice Kail: > Rose Deauty II lilt. The file i is 1..1 mu"i and comic selections. highly rl'pr"- I'iI'atd'I'u.: (;. tip In '- .
    be "
    25! i to '-"
    COMMERCIAL HOTEL.STAIIKU I Hebron I seed( 1 potatoes.Ileiborjier. of incendiary, origin suppo.-cd tO.'I l! sell Oxn ticket for 25 l ts.I vv:. iiiir'- Ittl Tlmiiis, ; (O. Slrll:1' a, .iJ You the 1 IK-O Gti.vls for llio r I.,..:>t.'I('nl.Y..1F.1
    I &;:; Richard. pCI fl'I'1 iin-1 1 lnnila,! "nw Eli-'hi[1 m>l b'l t; i g uU
    FLOK1DA. If you \vaist silver I ware (II' jjoldriniis lmlcJ Ii. Parker
    tobacco Walter Wills will ilk"vsi! \\.i-a niiuld
    I Buy yonr (- :lr-cigarettes, commence' to wait till I I uHoco"Cllmt'S I :a :ain.Secure Wl n unity. srrnrelul! oollj"r! ; t U I. J S.

    > OPPOSITE) DEPOT. and groceries build .OOfl, \Walter the yoiii ge!t your tickets early: and have I \v all!kt r was ri*-plcKtl i.it :is a d u .1 Iy gwI ::;- House : Furnishing : Goods ; of : Ail :. Kinds.( -

    FIRST-CLASS ACCOMODATIONS.- Alvarez & Liddon.Ncv biiMiieHman in Stark and one of them reserved at po>t o'Hic(.. Koextra I ir.nn oh color.Sum .
    stl-1 hatsatTrul -- the most successful. I C'l''or' .1 c-ilio.i s-iit of fatitsis-
    Per Day.
    $2.00 charge. I PIt i.1tteit} Harii-
    tic (it-Man. fI'PI :
    y, Sternburg & Mr. A. Raue has our thanks for a -.1; : 1 1'. Cl.ik: l VIi iulmvuii* cninifi! ):
    SPECIAL RVTES MADE TO WEEKLY OK have! l' exclusive' sale of th" basket of the largest and sweetest Our local fruit 1 tree man: Mr. .. W. n7Val.. !i.pi'iivil; as '1 T'II'iiu III.\\iii>.:

    MONTHLY BOARDClii.. and Cold Spring C'reamery berrieof the sl'a on. They were SydliottHi, is having a great sae; for 1.1 ot.e niiil} 1II1U"IC. 1'I1SI'was 1'I'l'an '-- I I'' '
    HOTEL THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AKD butte"I Durham. Truby Sternburii & Co. brought in before the cold..Mr. two nen-kiiid of f'.rawberries thai. ; (' : H a Flnih C".IIIIIIt: >s Maul I !htwg{ : s, Carpets' and \Vi ;Iow Miiti.: ,'. IbigA ant! ?.fat! <.. ft.t! S'ji-Ings!
    reciniitnde.l !he siiieri iol' to I J' i\\iK; was: I I.\ usil.il I pii-ttv! M-if as (Ci>I-
    t '
    ORDEr 1)
    RUN IN FIRST-CHhS clothing justrC'elVtd I .ire [ C'>rifort-, l\hltn' foo< CrucImf! TI :>d !, ltll d.? .irj G'i. '
    clothinir ; : s.
    Clothin J. RIEINSCHBIDT! a large invoice at county commissioner I lair ri'Miin-.e. I trimmwl with vict!hs I __ ____
    appointment ns Mammoth! I
    TI'1I11t'IU1a1l' & Co. I Cloud fcH"diit I : j ud the : ) i>f rost-s. D: I n\I Gii'ispeliiis WHS a iir.ic-i'fu': '.: .
    Dt-clS Pr4pi1ior.LIVERY9 ; for this clistl ct. A better I selectioncould each isl.fi) d07I'n plant-!: Now lIbIfj'L .
    per Mad.ime} Pmnpailour: : : 'ri ( \- *
    Finest 1 butter and -heee, Hams. I I not have; been' made.The I i is a good time; to buy for runners ceeilinfflyill; du-sM-il ir..tuj: Emiiy1.- Willow, Reed and Rattan Goods of aU Kinds.. :

    Shoulders at Waltpr'll1s. for next vanz w(iro Hie very Incoming CDslinue! > .fIu1 "-- ,
    ladies of the \. E. church I seasons I.tltillg.: --- -
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    SALE \V(' have beyond I iloulit.the f finest haveVI' will give a supper to-night at the The traveler through the Xiht
    line ')f sprin-jr! dry goods we : couit house, the proceeds of which countyduring I I I Ilie gixMt-ss of music i ; lu-i, .
    vhether the recent cold days has: bhii1i 1 Fruit nn-1 V, *"tr.i.-M t..p
    Call ami examine lIn'i Ill'. your :
    JukM was
    ( had.: will! apply toward the parsonage. sij.ti.-r. Miss} GiiiTMia.1 01 ,.-.- -
    -nml- want to buy or not.Truby oftentimes encountered figures draped ti pirtty nii-l I (Itt!III V Grciclirn: Miss I HinaUawsini ._-O_ _C' Jrr11. ._,'_:-_
    you Surnburg' &; Co. A number of quarts of strawberries in lon!! poles: and "i 1:: ose of Shar was :a pn-ity iln\vcr"iil linking, 8.1: U :IMIon Stie( ,';. :"-\- 5'rU t ny.llest .

    FEED STABLE etc. at are being picked and shippedeviry on" 'bed quilts. Th'y'l'n' not like a ruse hcrst-lf; L.iuri Alv.m-z woif a ; of reftM'j'iu-1's. I .iI' sti-n K l"rrtnk-i, PIIMI8L; ( l minis ami Oilier

    Po'ato'sIaI.tlagoat'''l't's, day. These hl..il'S'l're protected IlitHlII:1'I'io r-. only women who licatilifnl ciivtiiiiie of n Spanish l.i'H' ; information apply to \i' IV. HALLAI.l Lo--.il Agt. iT.JlE
    STARKE. ..\. Meacham's.I : J I Ononie Ilic'iarrt: WI'S pretty court lt'y;

    CALLSfRElVr. ih''nl.ol' the' Tm.t-.nIurn by the foliage of the plant: kept the cattle from I the strawberry S..phuMc.rmick ami M>s. I. ('. ViIi!> _.__ __ ._,_ ____ _. ,. .-. l r LA.MaHory's .
    F. ED'V\HHS, Jr., Piiip.SADDLE : 4\l lr. I IIl'III'rilkill! trot quite' a lot patches while the men t folks repaired rth| resented i two p.-rft-ct I in :iil.ttui; \::t-st.: : : -- '-- --= -
    Oidv H iloll.ir a p.al' !lie fences lately I burned. Lizzie :wl'al in:ue a 1,1'\111, Hill p.ipor gir.: .
    HORSES HIIII \\imi\Gns An immense 1ilefra rnl' s and I of fencing destro\ed by wild !irvlast SsipptT WS iei 'CII lit 1 il Yloi.k. tier Sew York ForiciaLinii.

    nl"Hj* ft-Mily: for tI,('. lliiulin:i sp.;ciiij.Givenici : biiole received at Friday night, :and his line house A Surkc urchin! wh )se father: which I the[ sfa! ad itg proirics-eil I UiUil I earlyiiiorniig.
    ('Nfl h.rI"u eiiiiIriet.We jut barely escaped sharing the same AnitiiT those prevent not l11a"k'tl .
    1'1'11.i1l'1'1I1111"I ." & Co. I takes: t the: TF.LEIHrH: and thereltvhis .. ,
    tnPIC'Bllle. Uvlleliicli.inl. -
    Strive <"ate. were >!1'11 D 1vis. :.Min<=es
    tra'lll'I''ratl' I ,\\er than l"'CI.1 i ';eep children posted the other: : .Tuiia fIlth Alice \\'KII. Mrs Goss

    U. D. MINER"WATCHMAKER at Truby! Su-rnbttrg & Co.We of. misses' week The in tax Starke collector for will the; spend}purpose next of day superiority: argued of with the a white negio rrce boy over the Misi! ? whmn:Ill I Mnllie lick of A sjvice I'.I rez.f""i.b;t aol t n iiuntioi.ii gooilmany '- New York, Philadelphia, Boston and all points North and East.
    'nave the best line \ !! .'"n> VMJINA, Vl.\. EVCISY TIIUK&DA .
    and 1 childi i en's straw huts overtakenio collecting! the taxes yet due for 1880after the bl.ick. TI.e oon wonMn't, givin g. --- ---- --.-- jailing r,rum f M\VVOKK, liViiiiY I'ltiDAYAT 3 p.m.

    Steruburg' & ('o. which I i .lie list of ad1'Il'lI1l'lIt.will however. Fin:illy, I in despair' the How to Cure La Crippie. --IRON STEAMERS- '.
    'tal''l'. Truby, be made.: while boy scrc-uned : "But theycan't 1-'" 'III .hi' j 1'i-s Mi.iii-4 Mml I .tinl Times, :
    t- -i An c-legant line of boys' clothing make white kid outen :tl i. (;i'.rmze Tl'lItIII: II f.I itN 'it". i in <-'n- .
    received atTruby Every milo of rail fencing costs gloves vcr'.il ion wi'lj :l J"t'I'n.. 1I1.t:i i'l' of the .I\ RIO GRANDE, ..
    just & Co.Uos' your hide, like they can; outen Oil lIP! 'I 1lillIl.1 I 'fj tIll'S. onof\ei.iiip; this vveeu, 'c&t.; Cilp ;lIn Connor.STATE .
    mlll'h8 'lit ten Quite
    Sternburg : s eli. or ( (OVS. .
    This: was .--. .stunner) and decided the SHI!: "Ys, 1111I.1 k 111pa'vlllliiJ: :
    for 'h..5C' -ind upwardsat a big throve of; cuttle I would be neecss.iry I luci:3.! J ; a\e up v.o'.. aiiil went In ,
    coot '('. fsy t ior the time being. .
    & Co. : to pay for the t fences burnedin i'i'(\ I h.ul .1 I iiiMiit'ii eoi/li I.. wasvry I! OF TEXAS
    TI1I1.1l'11I1'l1r' ,
    I hut n'l 1 right tiC''f'lItH..1 \. -vce
    andcaiiiied this county of late. "(;tress I'll I qiiit this oince Saturday \ 'sjrk CaptainViit.im: !. S
    cerit-s, vegetables: \ ) t'> ask i \\'hll! r01H.Iha.l, piov"II -
    IJuy your gu Walter Wills. 'I'hievnov Colncl. ',*' s-aid the tyro to the Miccrssiiil I ii 0 I ii ii. (--oo. "(>, cii:iiiibi'rinV ii. -
    U from men are joyful. -
    goo I ediloi-( ) ".\II'ltat's! tlll'1rolllt.?" 1 -1 I nuuh lUnii-ilv. I i::>il l .1 v. t I3(' City of San Antonio y.
    ; of berries ,
    1\c'\' seeils just leceived atTrilby expect a larger crop I ix'ttle, it broiieli' me o'l' a.l! rials'; I leelill C'pl.iinViIikr..
    bternbmg & Co. and) they expect it about the time "If I stay heie :1J1IOIIl.r I'il fill a I iioIit: i.ow. \ 'e are ncv -AND- ', 1 iiu ii ka itl's grave: yet." "That'squeer I >viirf. tiif'du-ir s ia (o-u- f.in.i'y.'lii's I S'.otTM"'>* I li' ivo I-Vrnri HIM! mi .frivil of tr IMI I I\\ ri-; J-t sk"').1VII1( 9.30 n. m.
    Sash and fancy ribbons in great that the noilhcrn! maikets are ready said the idhor; have 1 i tcsiiniony i.s nnlOIlH ot inanyirtt : Tr.iinf I l''.,ri.li <'.* "'.'tt it i'd U'iuti It iIri-t'1 rn,'u a'l points' I'Ontb.lIrt11'e
    .T.-v-r.v sttt 'f Y 14JIJ1tii.: 'If] Truby: Sternburg &:; Co. to receive it I I, thus obtaining a better "you a. : iniulit t." iiven i to sl'w! lh'lllt'c I'' in l-jiiJUitUu.i7Wi! >.t i.Vo.IMC-.II.X.\ :,viiul 11:15 a.m., l'hiur'otiy nuking close con-
    vai ietV at "cH1l'hw I reform here .
    than heretofore. gI ( { to we publish "l.cse Thoso who lire s\f- lIe(1i01i4.Sleiineri.
    STARKE. FLA. )llImm' :Extra Dry Champaigne price so much temperance: III att t.I'." t JlieUil pteparalions.with this mai.idy \\onlijdowc-l ft! stop at ISrur.swi' k. G '. O's'y. and nrrivo in J:ew York Monday

    Ctwelalattention tireii'toreailrlntrVV.tclifOClocksindJeWflry.. &c. .Co1 work do and Dublin Stout for sale by It rained hard enough last Saturday "Now you are talking, that's what j j lo use Ciuiiiibprl-un's! rough Remedy.I PaS4x1ger4 arriving \Vedno.,tv. e>tniti!? ,* illJ! > taken care of alicard stearu.r.ClIE1)L.lE .

    for Alvarez & Liddon. to extinguish the cattle man's I nsi.-d dir-cit-d it \\ i1! \( loiind eIrct'i.tI. -
    --1'f'1I?Mbt!pr'cer cashVK kt-es me ;l at.k.ly': i mouth is i watt I us FOIL MAIII'II: .

    We defy competition: iii juice and "' '" ." The 1 daikey is n"w 1 busy cling! all the time by spelling!: .wine, i! Fiftv* cent boulf-i\V.for.ale II. IlivfM.Th'TO l It.- Lzn'l NEW Thn KTKAMEHS. 4 LBATX Frmir ASOWI.FrUay. .

    J s-tyle of the <' thing we aieofTering.Truby 1 with maul and wedge to repait the v'iiike', beer, (e., and I will i stand! I i N nodiiMSfpr: of pio'I: 111011 I i fol- February 01... ... ... .. .. .RIOfJlN'...........Thursday February
    & Co.Dressmaking' damages. Some siiffeiers from the I it I J..will.! 1111 "tlwk: ..f J Li firil.pe V. h, IIC'IlJIb'l'laill's Fii.lay, February yj.bTATE OK TKXAS. Thursday March 8
    ) Sten.imrg 1.0 hnigir.1Waybnek I ... ...... .
    1 lleni'-dv l.t.k."nus j Fri'lav. Mar.-h 7. .ntf>>>H.\ .I..I!: ..Thursday March 6Fridiy
    fires all the t rail timber destroyed Coi; cit .. .. .. .
    B .M: Wethy andvisteis got \la-r 5T.fC0PTEXtS. ... Thursday.March II
    ; ,
    I s. !d I l '
    by illlO'-tMl I $for a si-Vf c' ii. 'I'Ct .
    tnnlur for rails. Rpirauard i Fii-la. iart'h 21 Kf'! )OIJ AS\J. .Tb'.r-dar.March 20
    45 "it\. Cutting and lIIust buy County : >. cent bo- .... .....
    F late fniin; Kan-as : Ii'4"tt I I" I'Ooex! I p.>siii" Fifty Friday,Man-Ii T.\TE"FTU.\S. Tbur'dj'y.April aF.'r
    9 ;: and Some of our would-be Miiart; contemporaries this for ill liv \\-. ll.Ilivcr-: .
    system iiifnrini'inn 11.
    r by the best tailol between 101'. Tree and ger.eral
    / v : Corner Dialogue poke fun at us on account ,. J ,I. t'"rl.F.R. ARentTT Wast Bay Pt.Jack n.D1e. Fla.
    >.w. csM ,-%, all I work neatly: I oliiie.t'ht I 'I"Ballani last ulrlamonlil\: of our piper's name and t thevpiopose I A C.miflagrailo. G it. Ii C.:II r. A.g<:a' C ot e-nt-rSS. FeriiandioaTla..

    "<,' y; ..: ",uo.tb,c\ South and Cherry streets SI a..ke. Or. Tree- Why doi.'t you; keepyotnIniils ; i 1' I hat we change it,I 0 lhuisi tlp.Knwhinir I K( U-rl C.iiiu-niii's; '. UiiUse nljoiit on Jlti 13: mil's n\3 C. II. :tIt iiriy &l'.t; { rIHH' il.\? nts, Pier 2 9, KIt., N. Y.
    .Ib'olo'f.j :lake. in C'l.iy! ( 'loly. I -
    \v motion madam as I do ----- '
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    .i { :. I will not I be IIi4 It'i 511d.' Come will freeze. \I((1'1'. Banwa-TII Cu-hinn. Pvhbo'm'1, .olllht'aQL..r M ike. wns drssroyed I hy tire I --

    late alas! I am saying ,
    It'. C" C my prayers h change it
    wonlJatl1 tn"Advj
    N J.v.. Ib'dges Mpp :
    / oIfo < i. to taking leaf ul! lure, a valu.ib! :o libi. my and eoi; ."iier.iiesi'vtrwarc &$
    4 vs < < /i "V V' preparatory my Guard only hat Wavbick rountvdoesn't I "<* Beware of lO-cmUed '" rnlafors -'
    'OV.iI-.fl ides. The -fHycr:
    ". +q oj." .. I. an'l seed beans at this i world.The advance and tU''PI'111 aiui oilier ti ri tirt'i"'l <>" e ,Palias etc. All *re JraiUtionsof .
    'A Seed as-
    .. <. c potatoes & Co. ,.iMl l lo have origin.Ui-d fr : th... OrinaI:tciDe.put OB
    6. "o..l'# 91 o ( ot ."" TrubSternberg of public. wells which only every twentieth man take ournaper iiij| I # the mnr'vtt Ion;after it was established, .
    ( promise woods.EiMklrn'M'}
    ; burning II ai and old on its r.Jlaton. Take this
    oi o -f. ; and half: of the-e
    #. Ao" and 11111111" .in city fathers tarnes-ly made us ; never pay I withycnan Idcrnir-Ut-'ia orlg oml, which
    e\ "Co o.. 0" I He onti-ml our hani-tnm hteatgrahart 1 picture oi Dr. M.
    their subscription'?. Arnica Naive
    % ; he did 'II. after our last disastrous lire, wis A.-Smmont on the front.mndlhcMword* .
    # .0 f duffi-d his hat.. As I lait : in he world for Guut I ,
    jbly which Tne an' & / on top of e-.chbotUeandpack ik' :MTnd
    oio ; 1 I noticed that his ct'ninm'a* like unto a century plant, They strolled alon! the nov dry Ltntiie'I.S. U't-ers. S dt th"IIIII- Mad Krrkt-rct, cc'i.isuig of Kam&
    fr"' oQo.. ?. I. ,. Mil-mounted we by a frohU-n rnnvn lf blossoms, once and then dies Wegot I shores of the! Alhij-itor.. 1 Ic( wa"lo K \'1'1'1''. '1'Kr. (J up >r'd I II III I Is. I l'lCture and" AutcgrayhtlIoT.n.I&t>"
    r < 'J1' 7' c. \I 1 lie asked if one well, that's all, and now ourAoithy 1:11 aiiis.: < "oruninl all Skin! l-ru-; I II .
    1 I l.al. <. t in thought about ho\v he xhoiililmanage .
    ;,. c. 4 1 )(:her-hi-- was daddies will not en tiovin d i"'Hltl.l11..' s l.jt'.I. ninv I r- .. NE
    ." .' v ., ,t j we la:1I11'H'T seen in our ajiriciilluralxihnnjies promise : to take; a dHof I tobacco I 1 r' q-r t'l It is iruilfd: to :ivi"rtVe ; .
    11, tq )1' I' hat was good"tor ht'.l' i us'a'w_ liIOi'('. without her seeing it. She hnd 1 left |' : s >tis: i'li".. 01. mitiifv -finded 1 1I i! for 47 years cured 1fDIO..TlOW.
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    .1 '"i, !(',, ) \.n. j I't'r> !IIo. F ir ?> c Ijv !? Jtss.CosTrvr.xass J>r r MiA,
    to make. the wool l O'rn"c "" Is the Jerusalem oak nearing its her fal had rend that iastueu.ariold \\ Iiereauve 1 wondered) how to pui t thf.n in luvrnioinh I I = STOMACH Low SPIRITS Fout.
    I Our agricultuuil I i I I
    \ : treat ami pzArrI.7 we extinction? departHI IaGJDI7TEIS COLIC ETC.
    -\ i.cue. or .MJ r\\, nil C"I: | 41:;' :1 :1I.IIII,1:1l1t T-' J'II1I reieutly di.M-oVere.l] I that it wasubject iiii"ecn by him.'II1tIl',, wit g.EfiO'fi A PERFECT ir'3.. Tit Bptitt
    lit I4V1'I.iJMalana -
    IInntlY:; IItlnl, I ('un:In.1igc..ton.: lUlioUMK | .is.Teen.,sv.-s;!received a pack
    \ J: l\l..i''t'; "\\ ot? Marriig: | I huh I ipcif .iiftii I both!! "l 1 or, what 1.i :lI : 1'hysi- .T.\INING! 2*
    'z r.d f'Tt''lI'A (... ". J'tL' mended.! I, to 1-J(lt.kl1l1t ij i.e, now t:nrexpcriniei'.t i ,Nervoustic"- ddenprnl J"ebUhr. F FREt 'C'our Livn Jledicine,ardhare used
    Ft,1' L : :. (.; ::. :. \\', 11,1, Ko sab! Hit 1 am n f:1il"olI: station his: hound l out I Illi .; \::11011:. -renine.l., i tIIi;'ui'iiI'! clans recommend i'. All dealers it. Genuine TOGRAPHS (it. Itw.rtsl:!'eac : I want
    ? :::. .: t.:.: ,'.:-. : : : I trade i.iuriaud AND ttr Liver Ite-niUtr.r.and certainly
    croc.j 1
    ,4\'b : has rclls
    .. .i / .f ,'Uttn!1s,';. .. .. ." ,'. ..Cll". vhoh. Ie tint I am, \\ lit d h meir.e t hit worms eat its M'l.dual.kl.t t" a clump of !1..IR'M-S.) "'.! e t T wrappr. BE SENT ON RECEIPT, OF cl Zeilin's lo :'.lre.F. .

    ,. v-, L" \:1.1'i.. :.,.Jh! ..,,:.j.-"I:, .J", ,f.' J.,7J', : ,i.< .1''. I bddnes-s: \' a* too much ob }'ILSt: ;l'5- i thu I from loth ends, i it will I eventually ;, >tic!. :.n' kill him," -:;:,1! he. Wt'ni: :i'el/aly;" 1' 'MJ".9 TesnUinj CHASE 87 IL ; .S nmODl St.LOULhM0.Medicine .Propr".. .- :

    ','.! :1--11 :. :' ':1'.'r.w: i ; ,'.-.\1\11111.. :\' marriages.1: I "kick the bucket,'" and news-j hey fig"n mt 'u-r iM')-th 'wa: f.:11!' And those trouMwt overwork viit! nerolInes be relieved by takin-j ; ,
    care cr a
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    ." I. <. .. j'.1 .Iti? :'a--. 1'1.. -ciii-c for lie 'l'1LlGH1'J1'1.0n1 p.pi-r.s; will not use "s" II)'Ily dashe! If. hil es' i.l.rlt1l1 !his of blikl; .tI I UriHi'H'n Jrtm Blttrr ccnuinahes Tru ": I : LSHED : -f
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    The walk was rather long and Peg- p air. He informed Peggoty,with a very RELIGIOUS! AND EDUCATIONAL. ,I RALZIOH:N. C.::, Fob 2 1883. t.
    : >, radforl1 Dunty t1t fnpb rot was not sorry, when they reachedthe olemn face, that he found the nianu- I Rochester, ,Pa Dear Sfr-I .. bill '.
    # ,. church, and she settled down against acture of iron boots had been discontinued -The Methodists of Philadelphia wish to say a word in behalf of you won- jI1 II : IAIil Iir -.s .

    I papa in the pew pit with a sigh of content and as business had gone pretty have started an Italian mission. A total dru Chill and Fever Pi mont
    Published ,
    ";: Every Friday. When the hymn was sang however well, he concluded he could afford to try of $1,114,550 is to be raised for missions'during been friend wh sent my me a package I j. 1 1Lt i

    I lJ' she slipped off the seat and sat her again. The "new" new boots actualy the year. of your pills. mont to her and
    .,,- BTARKB. U FLORIDA. down on mamma's footstool and then she lasted nearly three weeks, with some -Train a child up In the way hegheuld they cured her at Onc..,te neighbr, Mr. qii ,4aoci :
    -Ti- ,
    took a look down at the new boots. Horror assistance from the "went-to-meetin'' go, and when he is old he wil Per h moreta

    ." SUNSET THOUGHTS. of horrors! Peggoty's heart came pair, as papa. persistently called them, not be looking about for an elixir to ; yer, and was had greatly taken i Inju Quinine Sing until Its Ai

    1 .. right up in her mouth. Across both lita.nd, though I can not truthfully say patch himself up with. ihe cure wrought In my pro ClIF'! % liIrlIlfl
    The glowing llpht of sunset tle toes was the old familar purplish hat all Peggoty's after boots did as well -christianity is advancing very rap cured a bottle of pills and was speedily restored )

    j I The I. red clouds on ocecn's are dyed breast a crimson; hue streak wearing white in the middle, and I can say that she never wore out an- idly in Japan yet there are still 250,00 due to to pret het I,feel that this i 11r\HcA1L;;

    Where the sun has sunk to rest.. in the corner of the right boot was a other pair going to church.-Jf. Y. Trib Buddhist priests in the Empire, or more you tly J. D. DuD 1:
    Rv. isissw1e.iICTi
    small but undeniable hole. And these, une. than eight times the total number of / '
    That is ;
    ruddy light gleaming
    '. boots to have lasted A TEM ALB lawyer may be a spinster and 'Ib .
    were two weeks. Christians.Too
    .. From root and tall church spire objections to marriage but when the .:
    p Dut now It pale!, and fainter beams Peggoty-was fairly stunned by the size ART IN ARCHITECTURE. much reading and too much hTe apt a retaining fee she admits :: 1

    Like a gently dying, flro. te' of the calamity. She sat down beside meditation may produce the effect of alamp 1 .-Boston tt ,. -"-:_
    The World-Wide Passion for Adaptation .
    Fainter It STOWS still fainter. papa after the hymn was over inwardly and Hybridization. inverted which is extinguishedby Consumption Cured. --i-it
    { The gold bas waned to gray. full of anguish, but outwardly such a the excess of the oil whose office it Sorely .
    The etcff peep through the misty blue, Architectural forms, like letters of the To THE EDITORPleaso inform your / ---d .
    model of what a good child should be
    is to feed it. readers that I have a positive remedy for
    And dead IB the aun-lit day. alphabet, seem perpetually to have been .1
    { that old :Mrs. Bryce, who was wont to -In one year no fewer than twentysix the above iiamrd disease. By its timel .i1
    borrowed from nation another. I
    ?. Our spirits feel a.calmness regard Peggoty's performances in church one by have been formed in use thousands of hopeless cases nve A __- -
    Each borrows what it assimilate and I shall be send I
    This quiet hour Imparts can permanently glad .
    with thing but lenient cre 'oJ
    any a actually with the
    For It seems that in the stillness eye throws away the rest, the assimilated Victoria in connection young two bottles my remedy FREB to any of
    God whispers to our hearts. leaned over and gave her a peppermint portion men's Sabbath morning fellowship uniona y'OU1 readers who have consumption i they 'a : .
    undergoing a transforming -
    proc. ef//
    She sat like little me their and -
    I a statue all Scottish idea. vlsend express postomc .
    And the peace we often sigh for the ess by which, in the course of time purely T.A. SL1X, ., 41h '
    hrough sermon. idea
    one Rsptuy. \j
    was secularists of Melbourne Australia -
    Conies In these moments sweet.'A new and remarkable forms are evolved. New York _
    ; peacefulness for bleb we long t x> keep those little worn toes from attracting lellas borrows from Asia. Minor; lately sold their fine science hal) Pcrlstet -
    ; With yearnings strong&nd deep. attention. Who would have 2trnria to the Young Men's Christian Associa TEE clam that telephone business Is eon- '
    from Hellas Rome, from
    .1 ; principles seems I
    .% : But faintly in the distance I! bought that merely scraping those Etrutia and Hellas; Mohammedan mos tion. The interest in the new religion duct it is supported merely plausible hes \ )
    Borne on the evening air over half a mile of pavement would ques seem the beautiful and incrediable was not sufficient to keep it going. evidence.-Baltimore American. ;
    We bear the church bells\ sweetly chime have produced such disastrous effects. mission societiei .
    offspring of Roman colonnades -There are now 371
    A call to evening prayer. Papa thought it a dreadful thing to wear IT is a pleasure to note the the
    I and basilcas, flushed with dreams in :Mississippi, seventy-seven of whiclare ; gow
    t Elkhart Carriage and -
    out a pair of boots in eight days. What
    With hearts of adoration of composed of people, and th< Ind. Their '
    Bagdad; and Gothic cathedrals spread young ing Company, of Elkhart, new
    We lift our bands and pray would he say when he knew it had their mantels of point-lace over apses Record says that "it is a dull mind that strops floor room of 125,000 squa J
    That when from us forevermore actually been accomplished in walking 1 his g'e deals only with consumerand
    I' and does not see great things for the future te
    and roofs reminiscent
    Grows dim the radiant day to church? naves save their customers the
    of both Greece and Rome. In in this move." They ship anywhere middeme'sproft ,
    The glory of the light of life I Mamma looked at her once or twice a
    architecture however the Romans -The Salvation Army gets into examine before buying. A 64-page /
    that dark ittle She sat
    May gleam through
    : nightAnd I anxiously. so very still :
    r- catalogue mailed free to See }
    death be but a shining pat* and her face had such a lovely, far away were more discriminating borrowers trouble everywhere on the ContinentSwitzerland their advertisement any M \ .

    \ To lead ua to that Light. look, and a thought of Aunt Emmons' : than they showed themselves is compelled to expel themon % r -
    I i n sculpture. They stole the jewels of account of their continuous defiance I Copy1gbt,l88. .
    And when the call is given prophecy came into her mind. Still LJ GHTPTB ought to be popular.in secret- \
    'Twill be how dear to die. Peggoty did not look at all like a sick the Egyptians, but they transformed of the law, and Holland is contemplating society lodges I anywhero.-Itochester + 4-

    11-r: As fades tho beauteous sunset child and she dismissed the thoughtMore them. Of the three orders of Greek the same measure for the same rea PostEpress __ "

    From earth and sea and sky. than the usual number of young : temple, architecture-Doric, Ionic and son. Children Enjoy $2,500 REWARD FOR A LOST CAT.

    Not lost in fear and darkness, and old ladies stopped going out of the Corinthian-so clearly outlined by Mr. -There are over 800 ordained ministers The pleasant favor, gentle action and 4". .
    L But filled withpoace and light church to kiss Peggoty and pat her little Sturgis in his"Arch ologist in Greece," in Madagascar, and nearly 4,400 native soothing Syrup of Figs, when inneof equivalent in English money of $2,500 was once offered by'
    As gently as the tun's bright hues the Romans adopted all, but domesticated preachers; 61,723 church-members; a laxative and iUhe father mother Te the of favorite cat which had -
    Grew dim In the starry night. red cheeks, and Peggoty received it all or bilious the most gratifying an lady in London for return a .
    without much attention. Usually she only one. Like some rare orchid, 230,418 adherents, and 1,043 schools with result b folov its use, so that it is tho best or been stolen. People called her a crank," and perhaps she'
    To pass from earth to Heaven the Corinthian style alone with its almost 100,000 scholars. The local contributions known and family strayed
    was not quite as indifferent as she appeared It unfortunate that one of the gentler eex should ever gala'
    Leaving for those who ,
    wel'p.Like loriated should have a bottlo.THJI was.
    capital took root at once in amount to or nearlj i
    I tbe hallowed hour of twilight to the admiration she excited do. It is however frequently not
    this title thei fault
    Italian soil, and flourished there $15,000.-The Advance. yet many
    A calm and but made
    ? memory deep. caresses no impression to-day. "witchinjf time of night" i the hour will apparently change *-
    -Sarah C. Robinson, in Christian Enquirer She kept carefully in the backgroundall wonderfully, and developed originalitiesand There are now sixty-five cardinals. which you cairt tell w'ich from t'oter.- Often functional derangements "
    the home graces of its own unknown to the Seven are over 80 years old, 21 between Puck. entire nature. Don't blame such suferer if they are "cranky, but
    PEGGOTY'S BOOTS. way wondering what was and 70 and 80, 22 between 60 and 70, 11 between Dr. Pierce's : Prescription which
    : best to be done. Immediately after din- honeysuckle acanthuslovingGreeks.The WHT don't you try Carter's Little Liver tell them to use i a ialbleremedy
    ner those new boots would have to come severe Doric, the graceful voluted 50 and 60, and 4 between 42 and Pills They are a positive cure for sick for "female weaknesses."
    ., Ionic with its whorl-like capitals and 4 S. Cardinal Newman is the oldest headache, and all the ills produced by disordered has cured thousands of bed-ridden
    i Why Papa Didn't Buy the Oast- off with her best dress, and then "the Favorite Prescrption" poor
    member of the Sacred College. He was Only one pill a dose. "
    curves recur again and again in Roman
    Iron Ones. deluge. At last she resolved that she suffering women weakes painful irregularities, ucerf
    % structures, but so coarse, so material born on February 21, 1801.
    \ would go away. She would go [off like NOWADAYS the humblest Russian peasant tions organic displacements ailments too
    Dick zed, so unspiritual and barbaric that -A good rule for Christian conduct is can be as Influenzialas the Czar.-Bingham- nuerous
    Whittington, or some of the ton mention. It is the only medicine for women, sold by druggists,
    Peg oty sat on the door-step gazing Princesses in the fairy tales, and come they more frequently resemble caricature not to do any thing wo would not like to Republican. it will in case give satisfaction .ude
    out the June of the Greek ideas than transplantingsof have our children do. Another rule isnot a positive that every ,
    ., reflectively on pleasant home only after some marvelous adventures FOR Throat Diseases and Coughs use gnte
    Book of
    : landscape. and they would all be so glad to delicate exotic flowers. Intranslit-- to do any thing we do not feel like Bnows's BBONCIUAI TROCHES. Like all price ($ ) refunded. A 160 pages, on diseaseewhich

    ; She had on her countenance an expression see her that they would forget about the erating tho Ionic and Doric styles into praying over. "Do all to the glory of rel (00 thng they are imitated. The Favorite Prescription cures, sent sealed, in plain envelope, on

    : of rapt interest and divine compassion boots. She almost decided to go at once, their own architectural speech, the Romans God." If we can ask God to bless us in g Cl in-bozet.WHEX receipt of ten cents in stamps.

    c that would have fitted a cherubim but having glanced into the diningroom came upon a language which they our undertakings, in our pleasures in things get serious women stop Address, WORLD'S DISPENSAEY MEDICAL. ASSOCIATION, Proprietors

    in one of Fra Angelico's pictures. where Hannah was setting the did not understand, and there survive of our associations, it is pretty safe for us talking and men begin.-AtcMson Globe. No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.

    It was one of Peggoty's best and most table for dinner and most appetizingodors those attempts only such stammering to engage in them.-Christian Inquirer.The .
    f PEOPLE Are Killed that
    by Cough Ilale's
    effective None the less for being interpretations as the temple of For- cause of Protestant religion iu I
    poses. so stealing in from the kitchen, she Honey of Horehound and Tar would cure.
    ; entirely unintentional. That round, decided to wait. Perhaps she might also tuna Virilis (Ionic) and the barbarous Paris has sustained a great loss in the Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.IT .

    -. rosy, face framed in soft, golden curls, get something to eat on her wanderings. theater of Marcellus (Doric). The Red of Pastor Bersier. He was one of a PURELY VEGETABLE and
    blue and buttonof mans carried their passion for adaptation the most eloquent preachers in France,, ii the unmarried lady who can give her DUPIERCE'S PELLETS
    large limpid
    eyes rosy Peggoty did manage to secrete a roll sisters on the art of how to manage I : PERFECTLY HARMLESS.
    a mouth, about all, that tender, pity- in her litlo pocket, and the minute din- and hybridization even into the domain being ranked with Massillon and Bour- a hu pint Courier.
    ing expression made a most attractive ner and of the gods, taking the lovely daloue; and his piety was of that earnest a Unequaled as a LITER PIL
    over slipped upstairs, after Easiest to take. One tiny Susmr-coated Pellet
    I BILIOUSNESS dizziness Cheapest
    headache ,
    picture. Strangers passing often pausedto somo struggling got off her best dress Corinthian and Ionic capitals of the fervent sort which showed itself, not are relieved by small nausea Smalest nHIUS Heche Constipation Indigestion Bilious At ad -

    to admire and ask a few questions of and into her every-day attire. She Greeks and combining them in many only in his sermons but in his entire tlo Liver Pills.WITEX Lit a derangements of Stmah ad Dwe 2 cents a vial, by I ,

    j such a pretty little girl. An aspiring meant to take her departure throughthe striking and fanciful forms. This was l life, public and private. It will be re look at some tho first

    f 1 young artist, a friend of the family, always orchard but nurse, after waiting for the origin of the Composite style-a membered that it was by his efforts that thing you you think of is club.popl

    / alluded to her as that "angel Peggoty who usually made one of the style blending Ionic spirals with Corinthian a monument to Coligny was erected a a

    child" and elderly ladies were apt to party, took Johnnie and baby and went acanthus leaves in the capitals, few years since in the heart of Paris.-* Remedy BEST, easiest for Catarrh.to use and By druggists.cheapest. Fiso's 20c.TKB .

    shake their heads solemnly and fear she off that way thinking Peggoty was with with many novel and ingenious arrange- United Presbyterian. -i. ..
    wouldn't live long. "That expression mamma so escape in that direction was ments of the shafts drums, and fillets. woman who is ahv's 8el-psscs -

    was positively uncanny in a child so cut off. Peggoty was not able to button From the Roman capital, indeed, CATARRH. i the old xnaid.- .

    young." many buttons on her dress, but then it sprouted innumerable variations OH Catarrhal Deafness-Haj Fever-A New TitEr disappear like hot cakes before a Bt
    People who know Peggoty well, however was a warm day and didn't much mat- the picturesquo Greek original; they Home Treatment. Luis tramp-"Tansill s Punch" 5c. Cigar.

    were not at all taken in by it. ter. As for the boots, well, they were sparkled with blazing acanthus Sufferers are not generally aware thatthese TO MAKE
    leaves of gilt and bronze heads of diseases are contagious, or that they OXCB in awhile the weather clerk makes .-ADelicesBscit- \
    :Members of the family seeing the "angelchild" ;
    worn out; she concluded not to take are due to the presence of living parasitesin I a.signal faIlure.True.
    surmised animals, human figures exotic ,-- ,
    expression usually them off. the lining membrane of the noso and -- :
    1 1! trouble. In point of fact Baby Robin L She grasped Dolly Rosalind firmly by foliage, surmounted shafts and columns, euscachian tubes. Microscopic research, c-. MK VOW OftOCEH FOR
    ( had scarcely sobbed himself to sleep ten L one kid arm and peered through the no longer fluted in delicate grooves, but however, has proved this to be a fact, and Economy -.-. COW BRAND
    c minutes with red carved or cabled or wrought with leal the result of this discovery is that a simple SODASALERATUe $
    ago a long scratch I banisters, waiting for a chance to go remedy has been formulated .
    Is to the best the lowest .
    buy things at
    down his chubby face made by Peggoty's I out the door, but to her dismay, papa and flower like an architectural flower- Catarrh, Hay Fever and Catarrhal Deafness you need a Rood medicine It Is prc. Wen \ Auoi.UTILy Puss.
    naughty little fingernails. The latter got a chair and sat placidly down under garden gone wild; and no two Roman are permanently cured in from one to three economy to buy Hood's Sar aparla for it is tbe S.. \ =
    I had just finished an unpleasant interview the big maple by the gate. The garret; Corinthian temples would be construedIn simple applications made at home by the best at the lowest price. "10)Dose Dollar"is '
    patient once in two weeks.N. original with this medicine and true of no other.
    ._-4_ with mamma, and had come out door was ajar, and feeling that attempts I the same terms or were sufficientlyalike 15.-This treatment is not a snuff or anointment you wish to prove the truth of this popular I, i.
    I 7 upon the doorstep to reflect. Not that to escape now would be failures, Peggotywent for a generalization. The classic ; both have been discarded by buy a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and measureIts --- ; : _-:
    specimens of this order on Italian 'soil reputable physicians; as injurious. A pamphlet cntent. You will find it to hoi II telpn-
    I.: Peggoty was a bad child. It was simply up there to wait till night. She fnls. Now read tbe directions and you
    is fnd
    l explaining new treatment sent on
    that those natural fists and were the brilliant temple of Jupiter the average dose for of different
    .4 implements, L usually liked the attic, but to-day its receipt of three rents in stamps to pay persons ares .
    kl fingernails were always close at hand,, interest was soon exhausted. It was so Stator at Rome and the temple at Tivoli. postage) by A. H. Dixon &Son, cor. of John leys peculiar than strength a lea poonful.and economy Thus the of Hood's evidence Carsaparllla of the-

    1 I and if baby was too greedy in appropriating warm, and it did look sopll'asantout- Amid all the ingenuities and extrava- and King Street, Toronto, Canada.-Chris Is conclusive and unanswerable.Hood's PISO'S REMEDY FOE CATAEBH.-Best. Easiest to me.

    w i her toys or Johnnie vexing, doors. Peggoty stared outot the dusky gances, however, lavished by the imag- tian Advocate. Cold- Cheapest.the Head Belief has no Is equal.Immediate. A euro I certain. For

    -1k Peggoty came down upon th em like a window, not daring to try and open it, and L inative Roman architects on the Corinthian Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should I Sarsaparilla i I

    small tempest, after which she was sorry. listlessly watched two or three fat flies this style, which became the carefully read the above.. fold by alldroKgixts. Jl;.lr tor$'). Prepared only I.

    She didn't mean to scratch or slap. It that were buzzing about. Finally she national style of Rome, was always recognhable IT was a druggist's llttla boy who said I ) .1.HOOD A.CO..Apothecaries. Lowell Mass. R R HIt

    ( I I someway did itself without consulting and Rosalind climbed an old bedstead, : -often, indeed, developed a Ponce do Leon went to Florida to discover: IOO Doses One
    Peggoty, and she didn't think till after and sat dismally down behind a pile of columnar beauty, a floral charm, the Texas soda Sittings.fountain of perpetual youth.- Dolar1utt's'Pils nostrils.Is an Price.EOc.Ointment, of SoldbydrupglstsorsentDT which a small particle ti applied il. to tae

    's'. ward, and not long then I am afraid. old pillows and winter blankets and ate a wondrous airness and versal- Address, E. T. HAZKLTITO, Warren, Pa.

    tw. As she sat upon the doorstep she was the roll. It was a forlorn situation, and I ity not even [shown by the Kissed Another Man's Wife. '

    I thinking-not about the baby; that episode Peggoty began to fancy how hard it Greeks in their most exquisite specimenof ..Ton At scoundrel his good noichb,"yelled r.young Brown.Jacob Greea PUSH ON THE HANDLE AND THE SCREW GOES IN. -

    !rlIt was almost forgotten, I am sorry to would be to go out all alone in the dark the order, the Choragic monument ol You kloned ray wife npo.i the"htreetI TWO SIZE*.

    . say. Only enough memory lingered to with no one but Rosalind, who didn'tamount Lysicrates at Athens. Athens was ever ..That'a ought where to knock you're you wronir.down.good Brown replied -" -

    give that pensive, pitying expression to much in Two the purist in speech, in grammar, in In accents mild and meek: So III.U, .t 11.10'IJPad -
    an .
    emergency. I ki lie"her that 1 TB not denied. UT mil UM I 1.a H..we Dttltt kau't M.* SupU.
    before noticed-she was thinking about great tears rolled down her cheeks as poem, in tragedy, in historic composition But kilned her on tho cheek- J f

    ; : her boots, but alas! the celerity with she pitied herself. However it was in ideal and almost unearthly formsof -the and I did very it because picture she of beauty looked so and handsome health.

    which her little toes worked their way warm and close, and long before Peg sculptural and architectural beauty, What is the secret of itt"! "Well" replied GOLD MAt, PAILIS, 1878. rlU.'IO. The Elkhart
    through the stoutest and best sewed goty had planned half her coming adventures while Rome was always aggressive, Green, "since you ask it, I will tcllyou: sho 1 Carlagl
    : hoe-leather was little less than mirac she fell fast asleep. rocow, practical, full of superabundant uses Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I i: W. BAKER & CO.'S Mfg. .
    ulous. When started fQr town Meanwhile life that could not bo petrified, full of 1 accept jour: apology. Good-night." "Fa ish the body, give keen appetite, and ,
    papa mamma had missed her. vorite Prescription" is the only remedy for BroiI18t Cocoa ._.
    -: that morning he bad asked if th re was She came up to the nursery and found I restless composite elements that must: the delicate derangements weaknesses Develop Flesh ..

    any thing wanted, and :Mrs. Sherman the best dress lying on a chair. She find varied and multifold utterance in L of females, sold by druggists under a yxifi- .JT'is absolutely and .. .
    answered with a sigh: must it literature and art.-Prof. James A. liar fee on-iranie' of givingsatisfaction in every and solid mnscle. Elegantly sugar it is 'r k$
    "Yes.you hung up, wondering nurse had forgotten case,or money paid for it returned. coated. Price, 25cts. per box. 4
    bring Peggoty a new pair of boots to to do it. Then she went off to her rison, in Chautauquan. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Nn No Chemicals .

    wear to school to-morrow. Her lastones room to write letters, thinking Peggoty Fon biliousness,sick headache.infligestion! Tli It IlV a n,ed la It hu .
    PROGRESS OF ART. and tako Dr. Pierce's Pellets.OXK it PutOD
    4 are about worn out." "What! said constipation, THE IIi1 ILIhI'l% WSAJU ma trn
    must have gone into the orchard, too', CATARRH iIIt II1I tl niixea "UI9. o l.pENSIOmS.
    papa, "so soon: You don't mean to say though she hadn't noticed her when the The Extent to Whtoh Artistic Taste Enters million dollars In silver weIgh 53-, BEST 1421\dE\ filli.1 Co Sugu-..nd wit teo Ar1 fa more If you want you
    ?l I Peggoty, that you have worn out a pair others started. The afternoon wore away, Into 10very-Day Life. 920.9 ppunda. Bo you sro the poor million Itli I I I Vt 11 enmicl ereai,Z raa. .ea catf OUT pension DELAY WITH*
    lI I I il iI%
    of boots in eight days? What shall I and when almost tea-time they came People rarely stop to think how large aire all.-has Terro a pretty Haut heavy Express.load to carry after REMEDY I I I II I .np nlng.drlelol E6 DonrUhiog DlOlSTTO,, put. your claim-*IQ.

    I do with you? Now, look here. I will home, and it was discovered that Peg oty ly art to-day enters into the commonest and admirably adapt for I A'&'ABOGTN.D.

    bring you a new pair of,: boots tonightand was not with them. Great was the com things of life. The dwelling houses, Oregon tht Paradise of Farmers. -jfcJHaCold Sold u well by u fo pnDD'I heat nr.. ,.

    I want you to make them last at motion. All the likely places-no one carpets, wall-paper, furniture of all I Mildequit climat ,certain and abundant W.BAKEE Grrrhe. WAT STRONG
    p least t? weeks.. If do I'll crops.Best fruit,grain,grass, stock country & _Dorchetr. LAW.
    you give you thought of the attic-upstairs, down kinds, and even tho utensils of the in M 00 Xl 8tr TJMK.Kun .
    tho world. Full information free. AddressOregouImmigrationBoardPortlandOrcgon t MEPIS
    some money for a party for Rosalind 1, stairs, outdoors, and in, were searched, kitchen, make some pretenses to the ItERSG J03J SAVE FROM 10 TO 1 15 PERCENT. BY I I IP SPScui.>* nnriV&Vw' KEAiJEMATJUSTARIiY'S Am

    til V and if you don'C Peggoty's an l-child and then papa and Patrick started out, aesthetic, either in design or in material. p in HeadSNUFFLES SENDING TOUH ORDERS DIRECT TO I .

    expression gradually dawned, and papahad asking every one if they had seen anything The very coal-scuttle gleams with the SAVE up;your cash is god advice, and yet : I
    to turn away to complete his sentence of a rosy-cheeked little girl, with conscious intelligence of being some it does seem rather men get rich c&k :

    ; much as he knew about Peggoty blue eyes and curly hair carrying a thing more than a mere convenient arrangement with leNt delay by Traveler.caving other people's OB C. I GENTS ..& Send YOU1OWD. REMir
    *ho never could quite resist it-"I'll mone.-erchat I erAirentg ,* .
    rather dilapidated doll, for Rosalind'sabsence of iron or brass. Books have P.W. .X). '
    ': have a pair" of cast-iron ones made for was also discovered. Cook in entirely changed their character under :MrLIs has received twenty-five CATARRHHFlYER WHOLESALE CHIH, GLASS 0 !. I ZiELE 1 c ..1 VT Market M,11 Stre

    ) you sure. vestigated the cistern and an old well I the influence of the demand for the? thousand dollars for his latest portraitof A particle H applied Into each nostrtl and U agree Lamps and Lamp Goods a Specialty. I WASTED the
    able. Price 50 ACENTS for
    I cns at druggjt
    Peggoty's active imagination had disposed the and dire the beautiful well the instructive. so cents. ELY ; by mall' rgl.tored, TBAJU iaa M,o II STANLEY"Only! GenSine
    on premises! was dieI I as as Gladstone, I was paid by BROTHERS.M Warren St.. New Yoi pua. NEW 8TA LIT
    of the party and was now contemplating may. Uy seven o'clock the whole town' The plain, dingy, awkward bindings of I tions from the women of subscrip TUT IMS TASTElESS SYRUP OF I tal and needed.Picturesque Outfit. Africa. Sale immel.No cp
    earh. to
    the awful possibility of the knew that little Margaret Sherman was the last generation have given place to A SMALL picture was lately sold at the J i CURE FITS QU.ll 2 I for special rt&8"anr.d.tee.Wi C pay St.Louise- .
    boots not lasting. No little girl she lost and and in countless attractive and bar I1L11RE1 CRT FOB
    people were searching L designs Hotel Drouot, in Paris, for a hundred 11018 OF QUIJIIE. 25cLTOK'S I OR RUSSIAN
    knew had cast-iron boots. How heavy quiring in direction. :Some; one monious colors. Type and arrangement When I I do LA gRIPPE
    every ; which, on being verified as his I ray eur rot mean menl .top them
    they must be. Perhaps they would rust had seen a fair-haired child by the side are more pleasing to the eye, while the work franca by M. Meissonier, was immediatelyresold ; i. rad-oal forattme eu,. I then hnre hare made them the return d".f a/aln.of FITS I mean rpi a STBUP OF QU1IM i a Sweet u Lann Syrup. I os. a. INFLUENZA,

    and above all what would Dotty and of a ragged old woman that day; another L illustrations have improved beyond all 1 for eighteen thousand francs. i rant LEPSv my or remedy FALLIMI to cure the." aUfelonllltud., f Coin SITE TOUR BABY BITTER ; KO-KO TULU.

    I Louise sayl l__Dotty_ and Louise were had seen a fair-haired child playingby possibility of comparison with the rude other hare f.l.t no reason for not now 'BauM QUIKIME.Tour Tie nrrnrroia.w-ri
    1 twins, and lived just across the way.l'eggoty the river. The various stories and. drawings of fifty Moreover "Tire Angelus" is watched night and cur my Send! a dire tre "' and a Free t otllof babywill late I PATENTS SOOL V&IZ. AddrSNw.
    years ago. Ifllible nmOdy. Expre.and LYON'S SYRUP f OMB- .
    day in the where it hangs in New ., 1"3 Po.eOt( t b T.Iliacerald. tur.'lSi
    I was apt at times to : hal J nuCT. ] PrI street a
    cordially surmises almost rivaled the adventuresof this facility in conveying a meaning ___ : r.rl Law'W1iajSus.D.c
    detest York by a man whose duty it is, on an IUX.1 PU&&e rAua maTirut.
    I them. It .y
    was trying to have the famous Princess. When at lastit with the pencil as well as with the pen b .
    I nurse continually saying: "Now if you was growing dark fast papa came in has given rise to the use of art in alarm of fire, t take the costly painting ATUSFRANK nOIE 81a DUE ALL SOLDIERS,
    only kept nice and under arm and make for thstreet IspIrtars, Plant.. PENSIONS"5dtiabledpawetC-- '
    l .. looking neat like saying no clew could be found, mamma politics. The comic political cartoon Lion. KUI Et. sertersrelleTed.Lawifre*.
    ;;;_ :Miss Dotty and Miss Louise." They was almost distracted. has become more powerful in explaining : lta.ba... A.W.eCOEXKK*$ :dxl.utl,0,1 W..c

    i I S were pretty little girls, too with fair Meantime Peggoty slept serenely on a situation or pointing a dangerousconsequence : W'TS, the artist, and husband of Ellen ] CHICKASAW .I IBIS ParKa _M_ .

    ,z flaxen hair, only it didn't curl much, I through all the commotion until a few than the weightiest edi Terry, has decided to give his paint IRONWORKS. ENGINES BUSINESS COLLEGE

    iW and large brown eyes. Their hair never moments after papa came in, while Rosalind tonal article. The editor appeals to the ings about fifty in number and includ JOUl}:.RNDLE 4 ..He.pl.Te. JKJJBS TEN.. ,

    :: got rough and snarly their aprons were kept guard with her glassy eyes understanding only, while the cartoonist ing portraits of some of the most cele __.SA fl PU tm iVwBZZCTOBIT.COPICC *. -

    never mussed and dirty and as for fixed upon the ceiling. The Princesses invades the mind through the eye brated men of the time, to the British SCHUMANN 1 lUIDIB1 EJ .

    : boots well, I suppose they wore out themselves couldn't have been more and the sense of humor as well as the gallery.Ax & .U. Guns 5 >one of Popular.endlnl KoTeln.FKBK 5 Cents lor on*to box an ol*

    sometimes. Peggoty declared they surprised and disgusted to fin-i themselves reason. His argument is evident at a autograph letter from Landseer to Savaton on; ..Ul7.1.0 Fishing Tacie A. 84LVE.AdrtredJ.A.JUXGKIND. ROCX.A3..

    lasted years and years. in the ogre's castle thn!. was Peg glance to the dullest or the most careless his sister, in 1852, has an expression '. VBAJU tBia IUD., ?_JMPreil.m .LITS ._

    The thought of Dotty and Louise look goty to find herself in that, unfamiliar observer. Nobody can remark this that is somewhat peculiar coming from EN' "."., Sporsman'sISEYD Picket

    : ing with interest and compassion upon spot The series of bewildered howls extraordinary and wild-spread advancein a favorite of Queen Victoria. He says: I CANDY $2, $ D$5 FOR CAULt No.D. $20 G. Fee. 'I.. JC fIO.G.

    herself arrayed in cast-iron boots was that came out of her ro.vy m almost more than she could endure. have awakened the ." An !$k1t&A sa 'ua..ul..
    Seven cleepew really mean without coming to the con L English critic suggests : 'CENTS EnOJnon.
    However when papa came home the Papa and mamma came rushing upstairs clusion that before man'ears have that ho must have been a Socialist a1 ARa'ty I If youdesirethem nousefool. W AnTED STADLE'S Artie& X.

    new boots looked so shiny and so stout followed by nurse, haunch, cook passed the United :States; will have heart, but others may believe that he FLOYD & MOONEY.Pt r.MEMPHIS RICHES send sway 31 tlmo at on things that don't pay. .:. B& c .Lamia,
    0 that Peggoty's fears were dispeled. and and Patrick, and Peggoty war.: kissed overtaken the older countries of Europe was unnerved at the of having .& nIUII.,.,_ Great New 8tDey-Doolq Outfit If TELEGRAPHY, We ran .t..a good payingpocltnn

    Baby Robin, having wakened in a jolly and petted and cried over till ,.he felt II in matters of art. Good material has to praise her Majesty's prospect watercolors.MLLE. "our book money and;terms"no risk not;." ts&ctor needed reurd American School Telegraphy to every, Mad)poa&

    and forgiving frame of mind, the day quits like a heroine." Only when mamma not been found wanting. The con Idd es and Ienlemen emp.o'ed; don't loose time VKAXB.ran PATI" ._11 .
    : .
    All the ROSA BOXHETK had the JONSIIE "ltep whie Ihe water are Ironbied "
    I I othei
    ended happily. next
    very morn- s&idi: "What made and L the faTs.ra Address
    of B-
    you go away stantly-growing ability: on part dolar JOHJfoN YOUNG MEN L *m Telegraphy' and
    day at Fontainebleau k CO.
    ,; ing Peggoty behaved wonderfully, hide I an experience l0 Street. Richmond? Va. f AR nt'l Ba-mcM here, R
    so, Peggotj dear? did she remember the public to appreciate will turn to the which PA 0-KAXZ: Tate PArKa.,r,t .lit*
    be .joa Write J.D.
    I and when she was fairly ready for and then she stuck out the creased 5 advantage of painting and !sculpture. It may of use to many art lovers. f-I :L'ers Ten Wncon fecale*. Iochluatons A m r*aJOWN.5Mo
    'I church with the new boots'snugly but little boot with that dismal tiny hole will react upon the artists, and the She saw in an advertisement that there Tao Beam Stetl and Bo.-un i>earin
    1 toned on her feet and shining as only in the toe. 'They weared out je Stgoin' standard will \x raised. It is not extr"agant waste be sold a picture attributed t t 4 Ereryrfie co. D nent! Cur,.. Pleasantly and Fern,,- I $5 to .8 a day. Famples worm $i.li
    Fur I
    her brush. She Sae free prlceltrt FIT S FTSFITSFITS Idl FREE. Linen not"nderbomeV feeL Writ
    her went
    boots shine satisfaction : to the
    au. Bak.
    brand-new can sale
    to church, an' 'l was to hope that within the next an D1tl and ad on FiTS and frlUu BUWaTIR BAITITI BUS HOtnltt tO.Be-
    was complete. :She; loitered a lit- afraid you wouldn't want such ailirl. an'I tWl'ntyears America may produce a found that the painting in question,I ES OF BINGHAMTON FITS&rtBk: Ff.. 5.H.one WAIt.5Z.njtStl: -JAM.*IBM Pua.7.. _

    .4 :: tic'behind papa and mammasnuffing the di n't want ol' iron ones," and then ,' school of artists who shall outstrip their though Slge'lth her name, was not 1'AX.nUl'&lla.BINGHAMTON I.,... NY' ..a liDUS U&au>ICJK I CO..BOCaUIXX.DETECTIVES. l HOME "TEST. Beok-keeplnff.PenmanihJp.Arltb-

    pleasant air and stubbing her little toes Peggoty gave way to another temre"toftears. : French or Dutch masters and that the only but was'croute' al 1 W mUo Shorthand etc. thoroughly taught. .

    along over the rough concrete pavement There was not much more sa Id : corning generation may even see French of the most crusty d _
    On her _
    regardless ot pains and penalties. Intact about boots that night and next day students coming to New York to study, refusal to let the can\' sold OPIUM OUT PALV. Book of par A.N.E.F.- -

    ; she nearly forgot the boots. papa nius borne wi b acotner brand n scratched Expl.o
    out the signature ._- .Tr.A JHeOO.LEY Ie Granue .Pal.,In. .VUU p
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