The Florida weekly advocate
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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
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 )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME\ IV. STAR KE, FLORIDA JN. .... 27, 1898. NUMBER 2 1t .. '
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COUNTY HAPPENINGS] A Drat _shed Visitor.- 1 1J \ )MtRID MATTERS. mou4y,, nd in the latter's The .County. Commissioners. GENERAL NEWS. -
d Yi' Staters a distinguished: Ifofci P 1'acAon: ..,.. the executive commit- of Baker county have examinedand
yct -- | visitor --.- tee .." mil H. :Mulder accepted the ----
4 : ITEMS OF 1.OCALAND GENERAL :,, the personj'ru I EVENTS. AND TOPICS OF THE r. _was new jail just.
n .Y.. I INTEREST. I of Pro 1. ,>n Whitney, Chi f WEEK ere a rising vote. completed at Macclenny. FROM HERE RYWHERE., THERE AND EVE

of the Of Soils of t e .
Cleaned. by Our Able Regular,-.Correspondents.-, Depdr'tir4nt,, vls ion of Agriculture, atWashi Gathered From Our State Exchanges L'i ds -Love's- Passion. Twenty-four. convicts will be Synopsis of a Weei's Important Eeut i

released from the State
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Hampton Notes. %ton.. ProfWhii Mysterious Caves. idav night Herbert
]t. 111. Cason of Zif was in town was the 4 sMulder t of Mr. Emil< H.pu A of several Se d Miss Alice Caro, of the 1st of February by rea- Japan Preparing for iV ar.
,.. 8aturd persons son of expiration of t rms.Fifty' .
v y.Hampton ,nd came with'carriage phi n in from Lake Butler, including w ?' n, a town surround- London, Jan. SI.-: The St.
is to have a canuing factory the Ta '' across the in ,,rite,r giro yard, near Pensa- James Gazette this afternoon
in the neat future. Dr. J. L. West and the Times- tobacco growers from

The: lovely I" t home= of Mr. nnd Mrs. coup 'jK.jst;rom Green- yore Union and Citizen correspondent cola4efti in /buggy* to attend Kentucky have recently settled commenting upon the dispatcll

Scale is being repainted. Springy pbere they had atje ended recently visited an Indian a !iat r Millview, about ten near Dade City and will from Yokohama stating that a

,, Misses Gtissie Geiger and Jennie t1 % Tobacco Coit vegd. mound and two caves about a miles] ,vay. They arrived plant tobacco. One grower fleet of nine Japanese warships

Sparkman are on the Hick:! list. o'., 'rof.. Whitney h/ad in- saf nd were among the would leave Japan. in the courseof
} A+ r mile and a half from Alachua, there has refused $2.00 per

visiting ara.v."' her. !/Bl():n,1t1r.Haynes 6. Ilayiies of Starke>. is i ten t|to;stay a day or tWo "InS on ;the Savannah Florida, & b" ? the guests. Dancing pound for the wrapper tobacco'of a week for Chinese waters,

iut circumstancesVnad'edble i t up until after mid- '' says : ,
Mr. D-irlington of Philadelphia is Western Railway, that deserveto I his crop.Jacksonville.
vMtiug his sister: :Mrs. Robert it 4 for him to do\ so. be noted as very remarkable n_ n nd about 2. a. m. theYqcou1ple I II I "Japan is prepared for war.

Cameron.The A :o jro. post haste to r&- curiosities.We left to return I Metroplis : John That in *a nutshell is the news

or social held at the City Hall a' latku ,F' d left Friday 'rain entered the firSt by a !jDzialynski has closed, his to- from Yokohama to-day, and it '

Friday night was a grand success in on tnj2 o'clock train on the A. .perpendicular descent of about &? Caro and her escort did bacco packing warehouse He is the first real news from Japan -
respect. j
every Mrs. Bessie Knight and sister, s, ( Il. Pv lo SaniPfonPalatka. \\fifty .feet through a fourfoot pear at Warringt&n Sat- has packed 85,000 pounds of Cilice the beginning of the

Miss Marie Mauler, have return d Prof. Whit.i sjiaft, aided by means of the but no alarm was felt I. Florida,,grown<1 tobacco, ranging Chinese crisis. It was obvious

from a pleasant visit to their father nb Y : chance though to fee projecting rocks and the use of ;gib'- family' as it was sup- in value t> 'from: 40 cents to $2.50 that the Japanese Governmenthad

at Meadows.Mr. so Bradford county's soils,' >ose3.| she had remained with < This stopped telegraphic com
\ Mrs. J. B. Kenuard, and a long ladder, until we found r per pound., tobacco will
"\ flounced several stretch- in circular tive who resides near be sent North to.be manufact- munications, which it never
little daughter, Lizzie, of Waldo \vt>re ourselves a cavern, V k 9
the guests of Mrs. Keunard's brother, .nd as splendidly adapt- 40 feet in diameter, with an .1lh1vi w.ty ured into cigars. does, except when mobilizing
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Mr. J. C Cason. e ,he culture of tobacco Asa arching .roof above us of solid Ii.} was learned yesterday the army and navy That is I

Messrs. J. J. McCrannie, John e Of the soil was forward- rock. :ly the use of torche Evening that the couple had The river and harbor committee preeisebu.! ,what it has been do-

and Dyal A..1., W. A-Durden Ilutsou were, R. K.amouj Hanking th<| brut to Washington to be we could see numerous bat )eip'Iillvieiv| the night of the ., of the U. S. House of i ipg.* *t -*JKJie&t fleet is said to 1m

,visitors to Starke Saturday. a zed. clinging to the walls and ceill: parly, and that the young lady Representatives are on an official bonncl&for Wei j IIat-w ei, and

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, from We The -ADVOCATE- office is now ins; while the bottom was cover liaajjiot stopped at the home of visit to. Florida this week. the movemcntflnpans; '" ....., ;; that lie

Georgia have tented the house iccenJly ,y well settled in its new edith the bones of unfortuiK Hertfelative.satef w* The committee will be in Jacksonville status quo, tlllna, so far:1:1:

make vacated Ilamptoti by Mr.their I'sirrish future, and hoi l w' sera, and we cordially invite ate animals that, had falleff Tnis morning a searching on Friday and will in- Manchuria and 'Coi'ea are co

fcOUU: Mends of the paper to call and through the shaft f/>m titue- ; jparlf S >r was organized, andTnearti.bfidge spect the improvements at the cerned, shall no})dealt.

.. City flfotes.Mr. (?U8 And 3ylrile you aife about time. .. J/ l t <-3 a few miles fro; 'IP, :Mill'I''I mouth of the St. Johns. Russia or any :

Sampson ited 01 'tni igbt make the vie\t more At one side of the bottomu h1: w, the horse attached Russia, or l f .
n | tiled To Kill the .
hrt0 onggy was found to a tree. 1 Hyacinths.e : defiance .ap I
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,;*w River were visiting our, city find at such a great depth. / YOj'ng lady been killed by ; cinths is to tow l jerlt down the to enfon melrclnim's l : } ., ,
The descent to r.lhe.sec-ofe- asstol ball which entered her The St. James '
Sunday. MRS. STA 'Cr ALV REZ. I river until salt w :4er is reached, Gazette also

Mr.. J. II. Puh'a, thrown from,\ The world has always had cave was madebu: .,'hard heaa" near:: the ear, and thevoting and then to turn IV
," 111--,. horse hurt.jifcw' d.I! 's--nin, and'wal- ]. its Jwroe<*_and their'deeds of row shaft, at ',. ";4zo ...: 1 'about I!', man had been killed by their fate, as "salt is certain ships in the Japanese navy,

,. m-riou-ly Rider IV. F. Malpliurs, preached"an, I I valor: and daring are Tecortle'u.J 1'!g r tS&'e.?;"ffmi5s explored;! i a pistol ball, which had shattered death to the plant. \, points out its. immense strength

instructive' sermon to an interest: i song-and:; ; story among all na-' for about 100 feetHviien; further his skull. His head was With this idea in view, the. and says : "Even with Great

audience Suuday night. ;:i if
.1 1 Dr. A. P. Smith was visiting his I features are preserved on the This cavern has the appearanceof : -- ,Yo Sackett of St. Augustine it is'probable than Japan -

r piitieuti them' all very here much tSuuday.improved.lie ,found canvass and in the marble for being a vent in the rock T. T. Fortune, a well known has chartered the tug Bis- could hnr'axlt.oft all the German -

11 the instruction and benefit of negro in Florida recently visited and Russian>
Klder J. B. Davis preached here made by an earthquake years cayne. This ,'esselleft the city -\arships: east

Sunday afternoon to an excellent I generations yet unborn. But it ago-Lake Butler Cor. Times- a theatre in New York and last night for Palatka. On ofthe Suez in short. order: .,'

congte.atlou. It i is hoped hi} will is ,the faithful, humble family Union and Citizen. demanded, seat in ,the dress board were 200 yards of nets, Great Britain, has not aTes:!.eK: ""
lives-the hands that rock the
clime again. circle, !but was refused. The in the North Pacific
cradles anti*'' teach the to be used in hedging in the capable of

8u.upr-Oll There are Lake three, which sail boats atlord now much on knees their kneeling" aroHI'\tl young\ Second Annual Meeting of editor of the Sentinel, a paper water hyacinths, and towing standing: in battle line against

amusement to the young people dur- i i the home hearths, that bring the State Tobacco-Grow- published by negroes at Pensa-::; them to their Nemesis.The .. three battleships Japan pos- _
ing this. : warm pleas mt weather. the millenium nearer day by ers' Association. cola, has the following to say Biscayne has just been sesses.

The orange groves of this section I day. Not he who has "slain The annual meeting of the in regard to it : Many of our repaired, and makes a line look- I --

are putting on a new growth, and the J his tens of thousands," but lieor State Tobacco Growers'Association Northern exchanges are comparing The Ohio High.
ing boat.
effects of the late freeze will,soon bf she who has reared a worthy I tug Captain Harry
took place at 1.Vilson'sOpera the treatment of Editor
covered up with a, feet ot new green I citizen to fill an honorable and I Fozzard is on the Biscayne. in The Ohio
leave i i useful part in life, it is, who i. Mouse, Green Cove Fortune in New York theatre ,conunan<.1.-Times-J on and river is now on its

Mr. S. "'. Hilton of New River has! deserves a victor's cro\vn. And Springs, on the 20th. A large with what they imagine would Citizen. usual January rampage. To

accepted n position in the Veneering '11' when that life is extended intoa number of people were in at- have taken place had he at- those who are familiar with tht

Mill -Wolfendeu A: Co., and will ripe old age, a living witness tendance and manifested great tempted to enter a Southern j Governor John W. Griggs of Ohio it is unnecessary to cay
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... soon little become city a resident of our thriving ,1,["of God's faithful keeping and interest in the meeting.Addresses temple of amusement. Some New Jersey, has been appointed that several thousand people

I I loving care, the world i is enriched Attorney-General of. the along the banks between Pitts-
;" The subject at the debating clubwhir by that his were delivered by claim that he would have been -
!I every year Mr. Wm. :M. United States to succeed Mr. burg and Cairo will undergo a
ably discussed Wednesday night, i I saints with hoary-haired: temples Corn, general mobbed, some even go so far as ,
I" resulting in a verdict for the affirmative ( j j i a' orneell therein. manager of the Owl Cigar Com to intimate that he would have McKenna: who goes to the ,Supreme terrible anxiety. if, nothingworse

fide* will of the give question.the club Col.a lecture.Robt.JtijUe j I Such was the life and characterof pany of (luinc3Fla.: ., President been lynched. We wish to in- I Bench.; :; until the stream once

I Mrs.\ Nancy Alvarez, who more begins to recede. At
liext Wednesday night. of the State Tobacco Growers' form our Northern fellow ,
died at Starke Fla Wednesday Lee Roberts colored stationary
on : last accounts no had
Association ; by Col. Henry craftsmen that in the first damage
take tuner Notes. Jan. 12, 1808, at the engineer, at a wood
been dom -bit the
t tide
Curtis, Agricultural and Immigration editor Fortune would not have was
residence of her son, Mr. J. G.
Thos. Proctor was on the sick list a yardbeheaded in Atlanta was'literalh" still
':r fc's, \ last week.The1 I j i Alvarez. She was a woman re- Agent of the F. C. & P. wanted a better seat than is r rising.
the which
by saw
boys gave a nice serenade Saturday markable for her sterling virtues R. R., and by Mr. Emile II. alloted to colored people in

night. Come again. her practical good sense, Mulder of Starke, lr.\I. most Southern theatres, and in broke loose: from its axis while Tiilmagc :Married Again.
her faithfulness to God her revolving at great speed.
Kmauuel Some of to our church, young Sunday.folks went to'j I family and her home. The made a strong effort to get the the second place he would have "- Rev. T. DtiWitt 1'a I in ages

"Who was! it that went to see"'his !mother of fifteen'children, eight Convention. for next .year at been politely refused had he! Miss[ Minnie Powers of Lock- the noted divine of Washington :

girl and she gave him a spunk bot-j]i of whom survive herv men and Starke, but as there was an applied for other privilegesthan I port, N. Y., i is::; 8 feet in height;; I). C., and Mrs. Elore Me

tie? I women of prominence, socially, overwhelming vote for Jacksonville those allowed by the thea- lacking one inch. She is the Cutcheon! Collier( of Allegheny ( '
M Ir. Joe Arnold and in business, in religion, and the that city got it. to of
family have If I owners men color and tallest woman in the United City were united in marriageon
moved to Lake Butler instead, of goIng qualities which give loud testimony On motion of Col. II. Curtis, not arrested and thrown in jail. States. She is handsome in the 22iii. The
to Hampton. j to a faithful mother-heart \ wedding,
r the resolutions were passed on the We generally: get what we want spite of her abnormal which
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of their
Messrs. Joe ': Arnold and Joe I as prime source propor... came as a great surprise
Owensby made' a business trip to !character and suc ess. Her untimely demise of Col. W. D. I down here, but we ask for it tions. I. .. ". to .the. many friends .or the !' ""

,'Starke, last. week. 'sons and grand-sons, no less I Chipley.: The committee appointed instead of demanding it." couple, was on account. oT.a,:
Miss Belle. i than her daughters and granddaughters the President of the Yellow
Proctor; the assistant ; by Fever recent death in the family; an.
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teacher in the Vanderbilt .School was are among Bradford j Association to" draft resolutionswas The railroads in Florida have -%
visiting home Saturday.The county's! most indispensible cit Three new cases of yellow: extremely quiet affair. .
I composed of Col. II. Curtis withdrawn all mileage books .., :,
izens. She buried in the fever have
Chicken; stew was nUrigbt, but was recently developed
I Mayor Laud-Brown: of from sale, the reason for this, Has Not .
,1 think that the boy who burrowed same grave with her husband, I near Edwards, Miss. No cases Resigned.. ,
'the pot ought,to clean it out.JRev. j' Mr. Joseph Alvarez, who ,died Green Cove Springs, and Emile as stated, being that the roads ; '
,are reported elsewhere and no Washington Jan. 24. As*
Barren, Presiding Elder of I in 1802: ,.and whose body was 'H. Mulder of this city. The were compelled to tr.ke such : -

1t Georgia and Florida ,Second Day 1 removed to its present resting resolutions will be publishedlater. action to protect themselves danger' is anticipated. ; sistaut Secretary Day said tonight -

Advents,;preached at thej.AcademySunday. I j II place in order that they might against the ticket scalpers. !i -- .. : 'There is absolutelyno
,. I lie together in their last long ; Unusually Warm. truth in the that
...... At the annual election of officers The matter has been taken report >
i up !j
k, Mr. Byrd, of Savannah, i is !in Lake sleep. i General, Lee has tenderedliis .
"Batter propecrln. lie Js/peaklug J Mrs. Alvarez was born March : and exe.. iitrte committee; by this Travelers' Protective j It is said that roses are blooming ,

I ( opening s: a market in town. Hope j 21, 1821, and was consequently} all. the,old ones 'were re-elected Association and a. petition id I I and hundreds of butterflies. resignation. He is ia thorough(

he.. will. w: .___ _. ,._ ,i 77 years of age at her; demise I:'except that in ,the vacancy o-f j iricepresideut being 1, t.,_1 '-r rf'1PstiJ.ithat ; 1 may be s-eeu in London. :Mild f accord with tha Administration -

', Dou'btt! : s .Livingston, the hustl.iugj]' In the hearts' of' more than 100 caused 1. (: weather. prevails and much-sick- 11 and Administrationods. !" mt'-tli.
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-county. :' i _up,-',n; "-*; Col. Curtis was electe Paths are the rcsafts.: :1 Sibcri the for th f 7il '
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OUR DAILY PATH. She dartoSI a fieri 0 look at him. :,.TERk 1FOR/ MAN'S LIFE.Mnn's .
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"Ah! it loved another I
was becauseyou I
life ts but
'v Say not, 'VTero I that man. or this, What Amlovht. .. 'Tod> working day
'Woman? Whose Ubks are set: aright:
I would create a world of bliss Joh Ua! l ..
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:For some'one. I would upward lift "Yes. H. len made me promise to Acomnianiiin? timn to pray,
And then
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I a quiet ni ht.
The saddest !heart, and bring a gift ,
tell her if-if I should love any one published ilj .
And lay it down at feet. forestry <
Oh, would" live to weary make life sweet" better than I did her. It was-not my shows that lllii.la '. :ption is be- -:' = And Where then please God. a quiet nJght -

To such as in their sharp distress fault if another woman set my soul ing paid to th p f-jpEn'many parts I 1'6 14il" \' I white.palms' are gre'"en.nd Jr- robes are
Have said, Life la all bitterness." atire when Helen had only warmedmy of the "-.f ... 4. long-drawn
countrywoman ; 4iiter. who is a :J, luently 1 for days to- brt'ath.him fkr' sorrow,-
heart. God knows I fought againstit ells l bundled And all things lovely on the
Whatever we are. whate'er our place, \ hot, citizens of the the sailors morrow. '
God's gifts to us-His gifts of with all strengthall philoso town of Andove !!i: -" irno and -Christina O. .osst'ttJ. / \
grace- my my s., have raised !; :\ sledges, _
Till We maywith faces, smile all with the su .'erlng share, phy. But at last I had to tell her, two-thirds of thejjneec1ed. to buy I ; 3 ;;. :f } pies"! over the ice; at -

Our very presence virtue ansvered bath prayer. nUll I left it with her whether or notI a beautiful stretcl. Qf.*y-oodland which othiMj! ent fishing, drop- HUMOROUS.---- --

For those who daily cross our path.If should keep my promise of mar- 'I compris S a PartOttjau: .Rid e, on I Plnli ::1 Wo holes which the "You say his credit bad?" "Bad?

eyes are kind and hearts are true, riage. Then she drove me from her the edge of the to' >;Jf| The Ridge is I sai1di t i thin places in the Why it has gotten so that he caqtJven .
We all blessed thf1l"i
can good things do. ti; ,-
presence. the natural Ple4.ark of the mill ;t more than'three.There borrow '\
We need not reach out hands afar. : I ice, where {J trouble S ,
"Ah! And then you went to the people, and on tl Kv'oodland in were Eskimo ij
But where
drop our blessings we are. ques- I or four fe EthelWhy does nevf '...
-- -- --- ---- other woman and told her of your' I tion there are oaks ,chestnuts. hem- I4c. I dogs \i, ips; and the sailortrained ? rtrike twice in the lightning ". ,'t
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..................... .. .. .. ................... ....... I It love, and she spurned you. locks and maples, besides-b'oine mag- I theh f act as pack-mules, Can't find the place. rt--::.'rf 1' ;j
"No I did not tell her. Indeed I ;
i nificent white pine.4 t- year ago it % two on dog, one "
t was determined that she should toot --- bags wer" fishwhichwero She-What is love? He-To s c'. 1
Was He a Brute ? was learned thatJthtYjJin.es! were to be on enai -'!, I.e. lies with but ,
know. I sold for lumber, fcjpcljfttjbovement. was The Broken TOT Sol
#a........................BY..OPIE BEAD. .. #It She looked at him searchingly."You I begun to secure iqjgjjfbqilland for forestry Xo pension-bureau offers u! reward for the dogs trotted qp1 ming very carefully 4pl"Ockets.that turn as one. ---, ". if :'

I killed my sister, but you are I and park 1)15W5'? : service done; so as not to drop e fish. When they Facetious Passenger-How often, '{ '

Office buildings and stores were more of a man than I thought." .. ''he thought 4fl. ". ossibilities," We wear battles no medaL won. on our breast for ahlant got tired thewodd' lay down on the }londtictor, does your trolley car Id""* -i : _"

pouring their streams of life into theI I He smiled sadly. "A man is alwaysmore the writer explaij'LRnot. 'r .. come at Yet no one of apolean'snorone of C \u's ice to rests and wo'1"1 get UP and trot nan. Conductor (tartly)-Only on

crowded street's.' It was six o'clock at or less of a man than a woman once, but it "I11tft V ; 1W0n. It oc- host I without losing a fish' Sometimesthe Mrs. Potter-What were poor

evening. At a corner where a human thinks." curred to some ofterested since all inland Has made boast.himself a record such as
title-,- wtjpt like a torrent from a broken ''1f you hold so poor an opinion of wished th tJr kept in can the girls were whii6'1 over the ice o8l1 He didn't have any. His Pott7,4, Jf

dam a woman stood under a lamp- women, I don't see how you could its natural beauty, th only care beingiXJQprath They work toy soldiers harder than r al that they sides of the with him. J

lost. She was tall and dark and so love one." to-keep the forest in its'highest perfec- soldier men. you see; off.
( ; sledge to S
A march of fifty thousand miles is nothing t "They say that all the S
S motionless that she might have been aI I "I don't see, either."' '' tion, it might be madtfa useful object much to me. I When dunglthe utside the ShIPshe Jf life are dear in necessar ._,

statue. Her arms were folded "under I "Fool!" she said. lesson to the owners of small wood- I lost a leg Marathon:: an arm at 31<->n- looked a little skinit-<.- "_""0 t at all. very Ice ia Klondilf.....i.... .. ,/

her cloak. A policeman edging hisi i "Yes; I'm a man." lands, and to the boys and girls in terey. \ than like the Itkl! at home. She jive it so cheap they: c.i n.. '

way through the crowd, touched his She smiled at him, and then after a schools, giving thefil'a' knowledge they Was left self-same for dead day.at Gcttysburs-al1] on "-tlie\ i I wore the heavies ir. woolen clothesin "1 have away.told g':1r':....":.,

cap (for she was neatly dressed), aud silence she said: \have, as yet, no uieajje!! of obtaining! the cabin, butfi5se! were not you three or fourtittissvilready. :'7'.'>

asked her a question. She shook her "Do you intend to tell the woman and developing an f.Iastho interest And as I lie forgotten now. no longer fit to\ enough to keep he rm when she exclaimed an irate mottj&tjf
.." "" I ::0 her "and *'
roam. son, do t'
head slowly, and did not look at him. of your love? lU forest preseratipE \ 4 and Jessie iRihJk6 sledges or now you wantPA '"
:I wish millionaire would found went .
some poor to "
tell "
The onand the "No." The :) S' times :yon a second time. .n'. .1fJ". .. ,. ./
policeman passed next I town of St. Ip : w Brunswick Toy Soldiers' Home. j went fishing. she put -- .- .- '

moment there were two quick pistol- "If you do, and she loves you, I has carried
shots, a scream and a stampede. The will shoot you again.'* taking in its vicinitroads t. and her feet, it was 11$1 th flannel and *n track yet? Jill-Well, I ditt 1.'" \

a officer ran back, fighting his way "That's consoling." have been -ciit4ngh a charming The Leaf Insect. ./ trimmed with' '( had a hood mow about that; but I know n
through the swirling crowd. He "Then let it console '\"on. But stretch of -n (;Qdtfiiitt\l1d! the re- The leaf insert is an iuhabitf.'nt' of which could be $, t 'aver her head following the beaten horses yet. Jag

found the womanpistol in hand,bend- really I am sorry for you-for your I suit is a park in whi<:it t1J: ifitural pre. South Ameiica Xot only does it' and face; the ho pt:; .\vaslined with "And yet," observed the optimisKP ,

ing over a man lying upon the pave- weakness. You ought to have had i dominates, and the ne" !':t1i.1t; are afforded resemble a'lent in shape, but/even in wool and trimmed i h the fur of the tragedian, "there are certain advantages -

ment. The officer seized her wrist, more strength: than to Jet that other outside of thetyrk're of the color, and its legs may be easily: mistaken wolverine. "-00{ %' ,stockings anti in playing, one night stands."

c*' and looking at him with a strange I woman-and I know she is a fright- 'most delightful charar.Uhere, are, for dry twigs. Even the ramified gloves cohered her t and nantls,and "les?" "Yes, you don't see what
smile, as she relaxed her hold on the win your love. You ought to have towns and village4 h/UiMTjBp&iii) ? countries einings of the leaf are preserved on top of these she "pr-Eskimj' |>> boots : the newspapers say about you in the

pistol, she said: I known that she was playing with having forests fin thfem immediate on its wings. It is singular that' of fur, and deer8l-' f smitten lined morning."

"I, am a womau.aud I demand to be you." -' vicinity, where the saine'thing can while some insects closety reseinble with wool. Jessie d&sa6" in the same 'areweIl !" he sobbed. The beautiful

treated as such." "Reason addresses the brain, but it be seen, and it would be possible in : vegetables 1 some vegetables, as the way, but her coat tt; trimmed with )IiranITa.the] light of his life was,

When she had been' taken to the cannot reach the heart. I told you our own state to bring aboujt equally : Orchid-aceae, should as closely mink: and her bootslwi { sealskin.Tom. alas another's. However, the same

station and asked to make a state- that I fought-" beneficial results in mu ,y'ptaees.!' The lesemble insects. Nearly: connected Out on one of the u,(ih oM thing was true of the umbrella he

ment, she said: "My name is Laura "Yes, I know." And after a long money to be had by cutting ilp\vn the with this insect is the Praying Mantis, Barks, the boatswain j t4 e-Iackbird! managed to grab in the hall as he left

Hoytt. The name of the man I shot silence she said: "I wish you would "green-robed senators of > mighty' so called from the curious manner in : who made it his !spec' '"| j.v i t to look her forever. _

is Douglass Brown. I shot him because tell me the name of that woman." woods" is as nothing when compared which it holds its forelegs. It is very after Dolly and Jessifiiale| i them a Brooks-

he ought to be killed. He was "Laura Hoytt." with the sense of beauty that'wonld' voracious and exceedingly quarrelsome toboggan slide. dow*$ vhu'h theirsledges What.do you mean by say
b engaged to marry my sister. He did She sprang to her feet with a cry, be developed by maiiiUinin them in- fighting with the fore legs, would rush, to1 wee.P far out ing that yon five dollars never be able to payback

.. ,t not keep faith with her, and she died and a nurse ran into the room. She ,violate.Philadelphia' Inquired., which it uses like a sword. In China on the ice-plain; th" .B'e of the you borrowed from

of a broken heart. He is 'a bruteand, found the visitor on her knees by the \ the inhabitants kep them in cages sailors would haul th' k to the me? Cholly Xoscadds-I wanted to _

ougui. to be dead." bedside. "Leave us," the man said, GOOD ROADS. : and set them to fight, as in other top again, for another f,; >reath- relieve your mind. I can see it is

Brown was taken to the hospitfil. and the nurse withdrew. He put his ------ countries certain barbarians keep less dash down the av l'e.. tn troubling :you. _
A Talk About Thorn JIailroail I'rf'li- glassy
His wounds were pronounced dangerous. hand.on her head, and she sobbed dent Baldwin.,4iy cocks for the same purpose. the mornings there WI>1'A.." !$ons to Kate--He seems extremely- -----" t1evntdHe --- --- -..

An effort was made to interviewhim. under his touch. "And that was the be learned and-reeite4J0flY'5 talks of going to the Klondike;
President William H. Baldwin of
But all he would "I could faith with T.inls Have my sake. Beatrice-Well, that would
say was, reason not keep i Favorite riant aunt didn't believe in '11 y
... .1 the Long Island railroad delivered ashort (
r guess she thought she had a right to her," he said. 'You set my soul on1 \ address at the recent annual Lik* man, birds have their favorite no work. so Dollv amti !, too, give you two chances. He might come
.l: shoot lIe asked if had Jut.i.tl' fireand in the flames I could rith. hack with a fortune or he might not
me. they } see your I meeting of the Brooklyn Good Roads plautsViud flowers. It has been discoverer }1aa"geography and sp J )

.her in fail, and appeared to be pleased smile." She caught his hand, and it association, a society which has now that the goldfinch is passion uetic and reading, jnsj= l\JJol1gh\ come back at all. ...... ,

dus. ,vhen told that influential friends had was wet with tears. "And for that broadened its scope to include all ately fmd of apple blossoms; this may 'hey were not hundreds nt i\\qx:, 1: Ffi'... Pf1'' ito\. 'b (t dv fY.. 'Wl"--'" ;::.. .

recLeu ':'vea Uoltr bonds for her release. fovelwas willing! to die," he raid, Long\ 81and. .. J be because its favorite building site (s frp..p-fI.! YlW.6c ;Qor"t: f. "t"t. <
**: eks later the wounded man 'unable now to herkueejing beside .. ,, AJ.ll t! t of th ra gt dV'4'O .:
l} ,
.. Mr. :Baldwin first sj.& .f-Ub .. :.
: : .., .
may be built Up.jJetl upln bed, when 'him, but feeliug Vhe warm. tears .upon roads 4)f;t"_')OIU.t'{ ', -u" rIJ. c,::'::;J; "'o. r ;. '. ., .. Houn, out n'f.n'!: I

building was nevenirme LanrnovV \rHmt1.-: ,-;;"".. .-.::. I in Houtt America, as Be bright little ftftji enttariitota
L I G ree e (1 ..Vs.}_ V.. 'l'h, ,, 'n hours tearinff-.fh\i'eals ina0wf.fraVu ) with thiu to stay after she does get there.
\tus'fi iiiTeil'thim. He IookeJI < un
f Jioyic; that! she'Jbed. .11r.
4 -IQh, aou't-doa't' say I 'Le rUIns iuj '' Wtfdtathe and
t hard at it, rubbed his eyes, held i ixV "In'my despair I hated you I piau WaA* \\SCl1 too ":,. and r heed-, : mts mghtmgale were accomplished musicians.One "If a man do not work,". said the
I : never builds in the thorn it day
boughs, Captain Ferry had killed fl with
further away, then closer, and then I occasional repa1fYhle in man the good clothes and the>
because I loved I
.. you so. I ed onlv loves to laden great white bear and
sing on branches and
remarked, "I don't understand why I and yranC&liiring the many Dolly dignified expression, "he shall not
-- !
i Great Britain ,' often iff the midst of the Jessie had Matched the hunt the "
fragrant from
eat. "I:
'lIls don't
*he should want to see me. Let her ( find it zactJv that
PROPITIATING THE DEMONS. tfrf' q.\ ...... .
come in." I summer he n n -... ifJossoins. It: is somewhat peculiar top of the deckhouse, and Im-l been way," said Perry Fateitie ""bat L
i I in every country district. He sSw**hat most birds avoid the cow-narsnip. so" excited that el! ofT.The
.1 k in they |
Strange Chinese Ceremonial on a ii ii nearly know if stories
With timid awe-struck air the don't
a my work I don'eat.
!San Fracico na '. miles of them in Scotland far from any ti.ir! no doubt, to the unpleasant I IgreeiNs bear had been pro\vling-f>round_ .': .
woman approached the bed. She : .. .. ._ -- -
coughed in embarrassment as she Many Celestials! gathered recently at house. At intervals he saw stones t'l enlltt IL, I tlle .'r:
teated herself on a chair which the) Oceanic wharf to see the high priest. piled up for repairs when needed.In bellif rous plants. Small birds very Captain Frry said hewas- going alterit more particular about the company

nurse placed for her. She pujt-liack Whan Ti, and his attendant acolytes, England nnd Scotland, even often build in less secure places, because! jt was dangerous animalto yon keep." "Why? I never go with

her hair, made aimless mgtions in her I embark on the junk FungHi.At iu the thinly settled parts of the but the parsnip, gigantic and strongas be in the neighborhood of thtship.So bad people. In fact, I spend most of

confusion, and then, looking straight 1 o'clock the joss, Jvwoug Goon, country, there were no such roadsas it isis, left severely alone. Detroit in the morning, started off.going my time in solitary medit tiono '*

at Brown, said: I was brought onto the wharf in a hack, those comprising; 90 per cent ol Free Press..: in a boat part of the way. for thewind "That's why I think yon ought ''to re
Whan Ti and the roads in this country, The question hud caused wide -
"I'm shot accompanied by eight a c revasse to open in form. P
awfully sorry you.. I I
Brown ,!I attendants, all in full canonicals. Platter of securing them hero was merelyone Monker* at Football. the ice not far from the ship. The
smiled., "And
are you sure "You never bring me lovely flowers
of and of organization and how to get as South America have bear
after platter sweetmeats Traveleis in was lying down behind a hum-
you haven't come to shoot me again? and candies as yon used to when we
"% he asked. delicacies dear to Mongolian: palate many miles of good roads built as noted the fact that where monkeys mock of ice when the captain shot it; '; MeBride.
I were engaged, pouted: Mrs.
the the wharf to possible. He was sorry to say in numbers also it did not mind the
followed to
"-"-.- She frowned i reproof. "You know joss along congregate large they seem bultetbnt ,"No, dear," replied her husband. "1didn't
had the incessant squealing of a reed instrument that macadamized roads in this state indulge in games of a certain kind. got up and started after-the captain,
I haven't. If yt>u thought that, buy fifteen-dollar bonnets and
of the joss's and Long Island were often of in- Two of these to resemble who hard he could toward
played by one gam'es seem ran as as
would have 1 them to keep me I dresses for then
you fifty-dollar you, ,
out." toM I attendants. ferior construction, with light foundations. cricket and football. the boat,, into which he jumped and ; though." ;
sweetmeats This class of roads abroad was is of order. the sailors'
: Following the came The cricket a primitive pushed off.: The angry
"No I wouldn't. You have .
come bearers carrying huge plates, on which from 18 inches to three feet thick. It About a dozen monkejs stand in a bear did not stop at the water, but "Cultivate your mind, my boy,"
&0 far out here that I couldn't have
found the heart to w.ere various roast pigs, ducks and was unwise economy to build roads circle or whatever is akin to the plunged in and began to swim after said the elderly gentleman. "Strng-

of disappoint you. sundry vegetables. The ducks were that would last only four or five years. simian idea of a circle. Two of them the l-oat. The sailors had not got a gle to develop what intellect nature-
"A draw
plaster sarcasm won't the strangest items of the collection. The influence of good roads on the advance from different extremities of good start and the bear swam FO" fast may have bestowed on you." "Hut
out sorenesII'. Brown. I have
a :
buffered with that They were placed on the dishes in all business of a community was most the circle and stop about 15 yards that it got one paw on the boat before education doesn't always make people-
so remorse I have striking. That village or city from each other. The the happy." "No, but it enables a lot of
to could shoot
if it.
'attitudes some as attempting fly, apart, facing monkey captain
come to see if I could not find some
sort of consolation. You don't know and others resting in a dignified manner I which good roads radiated was usually at the southern end of the circle has a --. ----- them, who would otherwise be knownas
I I prosperous in business 'He hoped cocoanut in his 'banti. He is the illnatnred cranks, to pose* Vyncs. -
on one leg.
]how I have suffered. AntI I must go Irg s a* Draft Animal "
through a hateful trial, too, with I At last, however, the procession was I to see sample roads constructed on bowler. Some time ago the United States .

-.fr everybody looking at me. Oh, I do in order, and a move was made toward Long Island, and the railroad company The monkey at the other end does supreme court rendered a decision to 'Who is that:young man?"inquit-eil

wish I hadn't shot you!" I the junk, the joss in the lead. When I : would co-operate in any way to not, as you might suppose, wield a the effect that no property value in the hostess.!' We don' know innch

"Yes," he drawled, "I rather wish the end of the wharf was reached, at make them. The macadam roads full cane bat. His business is to law can be placed upon the domesticclog' about him yet," replied, her daughter.

I a signal from Whan Ti, the idol was I were very dusty at times. It was dodge the cocoanut which the bowler for the that he ",Ie has either moved: in circles far
so myself. So, you see, we have mainly reason cannot -
something in common. But you lifted on to the junk and placed I proposed to lay the dust on the Long aims at his head. The delivery of the be classed! ns a beast of burden. wore exclusive: than ours, or else he :is"
: i Island railroad next :year with crude fast full nnusel: to the manners of (:;oo'}
:needn't be worried over the trial. against the mast, on which .it leaned ball is tremendously pitched But it apj ears, a-cording to United wholly
:1 shall not appear against you. with a wabble in its legs suggestive of 11 oil, and he believed it could be doneon and fraught with dire results if it States consular reports, that in sortie society." "How do you reach that

The nurse' had withdrawn. They I, locomotor ataxia after three ''ears of a macadam roads. He appealed! to "touches the spot." When it does European countries dogs are used for opinion?" "He has an absurd way of

were alone. She put back her hair sitting posture. Punk sticks were at I members of the association to get nsI !' happen to touch the \pot-that i is, any draft purposes to a considerable ex- shaking hands that none of us ever

again, and he followed the movement once lighted and placed at the feet of I many new members as possible. It part of the monkey's body-that tent. Letters of inquiry in regard to saw before."
the and the roasts and dessert j would be a service to the public as is much out and doesn't -- --- - ---
_ of her graceful hand-the hand that joss, I monkey very the subject have been warded, to on i- Among flu- I'laiii IVople of !Spain.'
well to themselves.
had shot him. "No, I will not appear were then-very carefully this time- as -.- --- even stop to dispute the question. consuls by the state deparTment} anda Every fifteen minutes at least the
carried on board. Enormous bundles Another monkey takes his place number of replies have been
he "Itis received.
went on. something -
.\ Plea for the nl1l1o;:. dismissal.It train would stop for five minutes at a
of completed the junk'scargo until he too receives
prayer papers .
of a distinction to be shot by the hand-
No member of the canine family has small station. The platform was
and after table had the travelers that
a was presumed by
somest in He hesi- Netherlands! wheie the
woman Chicago. In the crowded with
than people men rapped in
been fixed altar and few been more persistently maligned finished when majorityof
up as an a j the same :was
tated as he saw the tears gathering in have learned by thrift ari'linulnstry black end thrown
overcoats one
her eyes. "I take it all back," he prayers: had been said, the high priest I I the bullllogriters who have no monkeys lay nursing: their wounds to win a living iu face of discouraging' long their shoulder ,and their heads
ordered the ropes to be cast oft'ana intimate knowledge of the dog and his under the friendly shade of a neigh- over
said. She her and sat circumstances where the encroaches
wiped eyes, Fen 'ered with sombreros immense
attributes have described him as stupidly co> or
the Fung Hi floated out into the bay. I boring palm.
looking far away through a window. on the land and dense population soft felt hats. The women, in short
ferocious and illustrators have advanced
The vessel was gaudily decorated with ; The football is of a more
The mystery that lies in the cloud- fills a small area, experience has skirts of bright colors! mostly red or
lanterns, tinsel and colored cloth, and I pictured him as a sort of semi-wild It is also played with a cocoa- :
land reflected in her and he type. the not to the
was eyes, taught peasant despise and blou their
tight-fitting es,
., appeared to be worthy of the honor of I beast, till the general public has come nut. The game, if anything, is undoubtedly yellow,
gazed at her. She turned her smallest detail that contribute to
eyes may" heads covered with mantillas!' of
carrying such a dreadful divinity as I to look upon him as dangerous. the "socker"' game and is gay
I upon him, and the mystery flew from success. It was only a matter of patterns, were indeed{ most pictnr-
Kwoug Goon. I "Give a dog a bad name" is an old played with the feet. Of course thereis
them. J course, then, that in place Tteeping all there
to s
The junk sailed out for about a saw; and perhaps a trneone, but whenit goal or tactics to speak of, esque. They came
no any
"Yes I I shot she horses for which there is little
am you, as- the train to hear
sorry f who was on ,
quarter of a mile, and then the priests is applied to the bulldog it is manifestly the object of each animal] being to
U. said; "but I hate you, and can never turage and small means for obtaining latest news from other stations wl
began casting their bread on tha unjust. Writer, loo, have fall keep the ball to himself as much as
forgive provender,the peasants utilized had Conductor ?
you. proper we stopped. engineer
into in that
-' waters, believing that it would ba en grave error claiming '
"Ah! and I therefore consoled possible hounds their beasts of burden.
am as and would leave the trainchat
swallowed by the evil spirits, of whom I the buitdog is deficient not only in affection Still, the competition to get the ball guards ,
by the thought that you never can but With his small truck farm he obtains with these people, tell them all they
Kwong Goon is king, and so deter in intelligence. makes it resemble a real game of
forget me. t No of'the of the tnough to keep himself and family, knew, laugh with them. How happy
them from eating all the flesh. greater proof falsity "footer, and the dexterity exhibitedby
"Brute! she said. "I almost wish 1 and has accepted a dispensation!:; of quiet, tranquil indifferent to the
latter could be given than wit- is
Fowls, ducks, pigs and rice were wan there peculiar amateurs surprising -
1 had killed 'You.to providence in harnessing the dog to struggles of the world all those men
nessed at the Westminster Kennel
thrown to these demons amid a deaf- and wonderful.In .
"When a woman almost wishes a club's show when Colonel his car to help] him on the road to and women appeared. I asked a number -
ening din of cymbals and drums, and dog an evil moment some ambitions
thing, she wishes it doubly he thrift. Press. of them whether there
Shults exhibited his trained with was news
I the wondering Chinese on the wharf dogs, monkey may elect to play the Rugby
replied."I I did obeisance to their deity which Vas the bulldog Nick performing all sorts game by "snat<,hing up the ball and from Cuba. A sad expression' would

don't know" but there is some 'j out on the water. At 4 o'clock the of wonderful feats, especially that of making off, but the game then de Wild Get-ne Came Aboard. come over their faces; they

r truth in that, she assented. "But I junk returned, and the priests and walking a tight rope and, when in the ,"elopsinto- war in which life is some- On her down trip on Green river, would shrug their shoulders and

what a beast you were"to treat Helen I their altar servants repaired to the centre of it, turning round and retracing times the prize. recently, near Cromwell, the steamer shake their heads, their big black eye

BO. How could you? his amid the applause of an Gayoso ran into a flock: of would suddenly look into the distant!
jJ 1 joss house on Pine street, where they steps No mention is made of a referee,
"Because I: was a beast, I suppose. conducted the cluing services, of the admiring audience. but if there is one about, like a wise wild geese, and the electric light so horizon, far, far away, as they said :

"Yes, you were. She was taken Kwong Goon festival, which will be Stonehenge who is considered one and provident monkey, he is probably dazed them that they flew toward the "50, senor, no news. Cuba i is a bail

down with fever shortly afterward,but celebrated again three.years hence.- of the greatest of canine scientists, up a tres, boat, striking the forecastle and chim- place. It takes the strong boys art'

it was a broken heart that killed her." San Francisco Chronicle. claims that the bulldog's brain is relatively neys, and getting tangled in the gny hard-earned pesetas, and does not

Her eyes shot shafts of hatred at him, --- larger than that of the spaniel, Play in the Arctic. ropes. There was great excitement even give ns news in exchange. Oh,

"But I didn't come to reproach you," ; \ of German architectural which dog is generally considered to "The Christmas Ship," by H. H. among the passengers and crew, each no ; we do not hear except whenpni!
she said. A specimen in St. Nicholas is his best to "catch a In boys and our pasetas are nxt-iled.*
is afforded be the most intelligent of the canine, Bwweii. a story trying goose. )
"Then why did you come he ;I. and business solidity there by race while the bulldogs affection is about two':' --little girls who were on the exciting: struggle, which lasted buta Among the gaily attired crowd I began -*
fact that .
the are
uskeJ. never to be doubted.-Outing. board ice bonnH haling vessels, near few moments, they succeeded in to notice, keeping somewhat
*To ask why you could have been houses still in go'od order which were Herald Islandin the Artic ocean. Mr. capturing, three out of the number. away, sad-looking women in dark

.% o heartless. I want to know. erected iu 1080, and that in the same__L- -. __ Were mothers
simply -- -- -L :_ an Franciscohtbati re Bennett ,ays:| They were placed in a coop and the dresses. they wives,
Was it because you had no, heart at town a firm has been engaged m_ Dolly and Jessie found plenty of next day the passengers were treated sisters, sweethearts, mourning the

I.-"SRI.- ft'J?" nfacturing harmonicas since 15 ays to play when the mercury did to a sumptuous. wild goose dinner.- loss of a dear one?-A. B. De Guer-

,""' ""'" "It was because I had too much years before the settlementj ot drop down to forty .degrees below Louisville. Post. ville in Illustrated America.IN ..
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P The good soul ope 'd the dour,, FT IS A QUEER ISLAND HE WON'T, WORK.

1I I !I Ia ? f Then I slipped! Strong's>,chain,pushed A :New Jersey Prisoner Who :Prefert: The baked banana is the ideal foodor

him in and shutthe, door. Death to Labor. nervous and anaemic brain workers. ,

Immediately afterwards I invaded VCRE IN LAKE MOHICAN WHICH Of the 1215 prisoners in the New On 'an average, man's physical

I II. ..J Julii's studio and Mrs. Green with ,PERIODICALLY C APPEARS Jersey state penitentiary at Trenton strength begins to decay at the age

me. We shut ourselves in and dis- tLere'is one who will not work, nor jf thirty-six.

Jw ;; cussed the weather, the last' cure for 'Tnttf'Fatf'r in AViiitjr-When the Hot can he be compelled to work. He i? A curious present for a deaf-person

colds (Julia Laving one) and much Months of"hummer 'Jome It Pokes Itst a man of intelligence and has been
I n Germany is a fan, deftly concealing
I.. else. We talked without ceasing, in- I1f'atll\bo\'e the Surf e auU Luxuriant put to different kinds of work, but he
i tiny ear trumpet in its stick. \ '
3 i itis deedfor many minutes. Vegetation Adorn Iti will not raise a hand, so, the officials ;

Fir tee; But in spite of everything the riot Dame Nature musthaore} been in a and keepers Lave given up the idea of The temperature of the cucumber ,'

in the kitchen reached Terrific him toil. He Las the of gas been found to be one degree be-
If* our .ears. jurions mood when the added to the making run

vO'l t hid be: at times it was, with fateful lulls, emarkable andineou rehensible mys- the prison andean do pretty much as ow that of the surrounding atmos

followed afresh by piercing cries, now .eries of the niiiver'& n island Lake' he chooses.He ?here. .

s r a I N';' f I IE d to know ; of a cat and now of a dog. I openedthe Drion, Mich., to which the attentionf was sent up from one of the According to French figures, a man '

u /ago en- door an inch and peeped in. the scientific wpiid is now for the .i lower counties of New Jersey for for- olds eleven years to his theoretical '

'-Eugene Field.. At length, by Lalf-paft four, utter first time called. .- is literally a sink- gery. On his arrival at the prison hew and statistical by.marrying at the

Ilk 6 peace reigned. Mrs. Green and, I .ug island, periodic vanishing from ; put to work at keeping books, but ige of thirty.

AA.A..A looked at each other and started for jight beneath the Caters of the lake, he simply "laid down," as the saying The most powerful microscope ever .

K.,1t I II If the kitchen.On and again rising hifrb. and dry, to the goes. He was told he must work, but nvented has just been perfected by ,

irtio the landing, however, whom astonishment of tpe residents along he wouldn't, so he was placed in the rofessor E. L. Gates of-Washington,' '''.
:f i iEl 10.[ should we meet but Julia. he lake shore, ancf the complete be- dungeon. J. C. Its magnifying power is 3,000-

"J nm !1!" she exclaimed, blushing wilderment of ttf| >se who profess to At the end of three days he was )00 diameters.

divinely. :lave solved the.rildles of most natural brought out and put back to his desk. Lighthouses in Denmark are sup-

I l I Ir d bulldog as com" "I-.-brought the dog with me," I phenomena, says the Philadelphiarimes. There he sat.. .. >lied with oil, which is pumped on

> II ng more murmured._ "I am going now. I M Again he went back into the dun.. .he waves during a storm. This ex-

or fourth week I only wanted to know that you were The scientist t'whom the world is geon and was fed on bread and water Iaius the, fact'that two or three yes- ,

; L the of well. He is in the kitchen." 1 for four days. This .time it was els to be round each '
: I joys being indebted for rnaljjng public the exist- are always seen
: ;Her brightened when I mentioned thought he hall been cured, but ho
ite as Strong. He eyes ence of the sinking island is C. Henri ighthouse in rough weather.At .
Hatred of Sweet wasn't. He was brought out once
., my own room, if Strong. pos- Leonard, a wel nown author of De- present; the world's productionf
us sessed her-she said afterwards. ; and into the shoe depart.
so more put
wly. there was no yard. troit. Dr. Leopard has watched the nickel is considerably in excess of
't Then I led the door and in a ment. He still refused to toil. The
o e ,
s I ;
all hee
1 sir [was right; strange antics iJMthe": island with grow- .he consumption, but as there are but'our
moment I sathat we were saved keepers now began to get angry, and
as humble as a ing interest, alphas, besides making or five districts in the world where
"OhMiss Julia!" cried Mrs.Green, resorted to the last method applied to
ii the moment I was systematic not &-of its habits, formed t.is worked the price is maintained by
c cI the lifeless of Sweet. stubborn In section
running to body prisoners. one
lie would
bark and
a theory regan'J g the causes of the ontrolling the actual production. The
"Strong,whathayeyou been doing? of the penitentiary! is a big tank about
lip until I returned
appearance andttfosappearance of so interesting world's! total output last year was
I prt su'm- said I. But I expected no answerforside seven feet deep. A prisoner who per-
served with I
a landmark. The result of about -1603(; metric tons.
t jf by side with the cat lay the life sists in violating the rules of the peni
the nuisance. his studies he gives as follows:
the candidates for the British
less tentiary is placed in the centre of tho Of
rag without explicit ;'The cottagers have named a strange
who fail to the tests four
For seconds we contemplated tank and his feet are strapped to the army pass
la. It was madden- spot in this, vanity\ the floating isl-
I 'the dead warriors. Then,'! turned to bottom. The water is then turned on mt of five are rejected because of de-
this dear this
poor, wayas and, but is seething of a misnomer -
: Julia. Tears in her Mrs. and to it going' ective vision. The "eyesight" test
were eyes, gradually, prevent
it were (though I as it is really. a sinking and
onsists of being able to count ,cor-
treat Green considerately went away. over the prisoner's, head, he is expected -
city, consuming rising island. Ding several months
It, I said "there is nothingnow to and ectly with both eyes, as well as each
"Dearest '
pump keep on pumpingor
For \
I I felt, you see of the year it lies; ubmerged in abUit number of small
till loved between us," and I opened my run the risk of finding the water ye separately, a
[ me as .loved twenty feet or of water; then for
mrpre lack dots exhibited on a card ten feet
her. his head.
lot one word could I arms to the balance of tll$ it is out of over
devoted old She hesitated for a moment, then year But this prisoner wasn't in the rom the candidate.According "
worthy, water, and.picnics can be held uponit
to and I kissed her business. He to the statement of the
looked after her. came me, away pumping
10 if so desired JF It is used as shunting -
tears. to the tank and the water turned on. Engineering And lining Journal, an
ling when weeks
many place, whe out of water, by some
'pIIM 5 '%ol' Ted, tr !lII, had bred a wrinkle The death of Strong ami Sweet was, of the boys ofJthe summer resident Gradually it began to get higher. minority on mining matters, the new

r l i Irf f\who should come to see after due legal debate, reckoned exceedingly families, woes owl being shot from Several prison keepers looked on, one Klondike: placers may be expected to

herself-this natural. laughingly remarking that if he never, n-oduce about $50,000,000 in gold.
reen same its surface. ) embers of family
The quadrupeds slumber in one ; my worked before he would now. This statement is admittedly limitedy
eper. have rowed om- the spot when the
St. Louis Star. The water to the prisoner'schin the fact that there has been no
Wile grave.- got up ,
., good talking Mr. \ island has chosen to sink out of sight,
burst forth "and for -- -- but he wouldn't grasp the pump systematic examination of the Alluvial
and have eud aored to reach its sub-
QUAINT AND CURIOUS. handle. He simply went to the bottom leposits to admit of nu exact deter-
lives will I dear !
jX see my merged surftuje with a seven-foot oar, : tnlUa
---- -- "
and the keepers had to rescue lOn.
leaking Ler hearta
precious Lanark but could do so. Two months
+ Infaut schools began iu New Jfot
him to prevent drowning. Since then A strontium
strongly phosphorescent
later it haslteenup out of the water
Scotland in 1815 in England not
y f18. Green" I urged, ands ; again Jj' the case has been given up as a bad mlphide has been investigated by Pro-

1818. job. The prisoner:,; does! not work. "essor Monrelo of Madrid. The pure

[+ we've had,sir, I'd never To improve her complexion; a young "Tho! 'inland' approximates an acre -- --- ------- :ompound shows no phosphorescence,
lady in Worcester, England, was in in extenttt is, of course, very wet for he of small of
1 AMBER. quantity
y possible, and all along THINGS PRESERVED IN presence n
the habit of eating about two wax the first seek or so after 'arising' from
w ret wretch. You're ac- alkali seeming to be necessary and a
candles week. the lake' depth, but as the season Making History Along the Baltic Sea-
the animal, Mr. Wil- livery j-aee of subnitrate of bismuth -on ad-
wears it becomes and Yt'lru..
dryer, as coat
ot as she's Chinese brides of high station fre ,- After cooling from a high
grown ups before stated, can be used for picnic The main source of the amber sup.
an evil spirit in thata quently do not see their husbands ;emperature slowly, the substance is
purpose 1 would be afraid of its sta- ply is the seacoast of the Baltic o.cean.
decent to until the red veils are lifted at the nade strongly phosphorescent by even
person bility nnder huge load, though I It is fossil gum, origiaally the exuda-
least 01 all tender marriage i little light. Pulverization f
a have beetf told of the old residents very
by one tion of a species of conifer now ex-
Miss Julia. long tails of the Shah of Per i ;tro\s this property, which
: tlu triedto
l 1 1 V t one season the people tinct. This grewi'm' luxuriant profusion -
Q. straight set-to without- favors, I" treJl"pJx: right Mis.GreUextremely sia's horses:: are dyed crimson for hold it down its restored by long beating w; |
any by pouring on hundreds of thousands of yearsAe4'Aa1s

Visitors loathed Sweet. She posAessed I l'emark'l1Te1: ''smncnes-at"tnb.t'-t'\p" ,.:..UA *J Vtfto.\ ruttt f '..i.A. j. n, ii F,a, ii", "'.....!... 1-A$'C'..:.. -.nfl..t _TH i, Mexico has now

'a lazy, cool way of clawing iipa me fl'he,more. last guarded privilege of the ruler and*his .of large stones, rowing them over 'Qm Europe?when the climate was ,mu T'suIphur, aside from u
sir the
fellow's legs and yawning while she very thing, was sous. lake's surface to the place where warmer than it\,\ is today. The nattvlal obtained from the crater of Popocate-
of the "King
r Lung on to the skin. And no lad y scratching In order to raise church funds, a island was known to lie submerged; history amber is thus explained.The :Detl for 'local consumption, a trial consignment -
head foot and him
was'safe from her. Be the dressiiua1 be m : to ready to Georgia minister charged admission to but, like Banquo's ghost, the island immense forests of amber pine having been received re-

t what it might-from camb'ieU to,. ; :) sent to the academy. 'Six weeks'hard aa entertainueut where the contestants would not down; it makes its entree underwent their natural downfall and ;ently at Yuma from the mines iu

in--Sweet was bound to assault,,ft work and all for nothing! my engaged in a ginger cake eating com into air every year just the same. decay. The resin of the wood accu- Lower California, which are being
Fobbed and
4 .the sl)'. young lady saida-pointing .petition. "In the centre of the island a half- mulated in large quantities in bogs exploited by an American company.
at the cat, which lay purriu' like the
But all this was coiupftwUifely nothing I evil hypocrite she is. There's nothin' Detectives detailed to look after professional dozen or more large stumps are growing and ponds and in the soil of the forest Arrangements for the construction of

"1i>.the geit LartUl/fp of all. safe from the false object. And shoplifters always look to a clump of three being in the cen- Where the coast was slowly in aerial: tramway-to bring sulphur ont
Iu jest I hal more / han once told the milk it drinks and the dainty bitsit see if their suspects are wearing gloves. tre of the mass. I think these stumps sinking, the sea by and by coveredthe large scale from the summit Popo-

Julia that I had tol' Aunt Ma-ia that does steal-why, it'n $,3 a week A professional, it is declared, never are iu a great measure responsible for land, and the amber, which had :atepetl to the foot of the mountain

works with the phenomena attending its annual been w1at last lave been discussed for long time
she (Julia: ) was iK mily person tit to damage it does another gloves on. gradually hardening, a .,
one or
way sinking and rising. That is, I am of at the bottom. But and have been made.
deposited ocean
take charge of./irL a dear treasure as if you'll be'ieve The ginger plant grows wild in surveys
me, Mr.Willoughby.
Swee \..in case of sad happenings. ''I believe word some parts of Mexico: and its cultivation the opinion that a collection of these in higher regions the pine continued -------- 1
j .
eve\v you say my
Really, Iliad done no such thing, but dear Mrs.: Green," 1 repli ll. "'Leo!:: on the elevated plateaus is to be originally formed the nucleus for the to flourish, and so amber would still Which Way I)oe. the Current
Julia now disbelieved 'my soleain asseverations at that other oJ-ject. encouraged. Au estimate of the growth of this strange freak among continue to be washed down to the An extended discussion has been

I pointed at Strong as I spoke and value of the crop may be gleaned the islands of our fresh-water lakes. shore and deposited in the later formed going on in the German technical

"I will accept Aunt Maikhaui's male a click! with my tongue. Strong from the fact that one acre's yield "The flora of the lake is something green sand, and the still later formed :cress as to whether or not a lightning

charge," she said, "bnt we\ must obeyed that dick He stole,grow ling biinga ii about $;JOJ in gold. marvelous in its richness and variety. stratum of lignite or brown coal. :od during a thunder storm is contin-
see each other again you and I. towards Mi5. Green, who jumped up, Showers of blood-bona fide, genu The stumps have drifted out to the The gum became fossilized by its uously acting to equalize the electrification -
centre of this of the lake and
portion burial More
We were cousins, you know, and s reamed and fle]. But I arrested her ine blood, or at any rate, having the long underground. than of the clouds and that of the

rather! better than engaged, 1 imagined.I outside and took her by the arm and same properties-are by no means uncommon taken with them some of the strandsof two hundred specimens of extinct life, earth. Some assert that the function

could (previous tj aunt's demise)) whispered in her large red ear and on the Mediterranean coast, the long snake-like plants that grow animal and vegetable, have been of the lightning rod is to offer a good

have conceived the. collapse of the was so glad that I could have kissed and in some parts of ItalyThe rain there to a length of nearly ten feet, found imbedded in amber specimens, conducting path to the earth for a

heavens but not J with the lily, fronds, mosses and various including insects reptiles, plants, lightning flash, while others claim thatit
repudiation her, though she carries much hair onhet' has! bean analyzed, and undoubtedly the
others of aquatic plants. leaves shells fruit etc. which had
medium betweenthe
offers constant
future. a
our joint upper lip and unequivocal downon contains several ,of the mineral constituents -
And so she fetched Sweet and installed her chin. of humai blood} These floating growths have formed been caught in the liquid gum and air and earth. Among the facts
there, with the earth attached to the entombed there for all time. Some of
adduced the adherents of the latter
slick "
the demon in her Ilea by
"We will go in a ca'j, said I at of is
Alderman Brooklyn aphilanthrop'st
stump roots an island garden all to
studio and I left to console these specimens are so curiously bean- theory was an instance which occurred
was myself length, when I had soothed her. And : also real. estate
I a themselves. They grew luxuriantly, tiful as to be almost priceless and the construction of a lightningrod
that than demon during
with more ,Strong, ou the I convinced her that '
way my II I dealer. He has offered to the first and the underbrush cleared from
collector has cabinet of
away one English a for 100 feet high, when
the lmlldo I a chimney
Ian ; reasonable and that
was a one fumi.that is blessed with twins in
the shores and other islands there- them
which is valued
It under Hirers of this treatmentby : she (:Mrs. 100000. the uncompleted work interrupted
was ( Green) would be far more district
house rent free longas
his as drifted
a abouts gradually in to them lizard
One embalms about
Julia that I did a thing that now comfortable and opu'ent as housekeeper piece a by a thunder shower. A temporarywire
they waut to occupy i i. To tbe and so increased the size of the mass; inches little
eight jeweled
was therefore, run to a neighboring -
seems to me superhuman. to two souls than housekeeper ,
as first family that registers triplets heoffers then, > the wood of the brush and
monster in its form ..ad. color-
perfect the rod
to ground
"Pleasesir, said Illnnnt's house- to one soul and a demon rat. house and lot. pond, BO as ,
keeper; when I contemplate.] the dog And in the street, where Julia gives to give a of the stumps decayed, the mass be- ing. Indeed, in many instances when it was noticed that considerable!

that was mine, "1 don't know how consecration to the atmosphereI: first 1 It was not until 1878 that the manu came waterlogged, and the whole gradually science i* able solely through this medium gas was formed on the surface of the

you'll get him to your looms, urv1ILt prtssAri dollar into the; dear creature's fact l'e of hairpins began in the United sunk beneath the surface. to study details of animal life submerged wire, indicating that acur-

\ you'll don ith him when you palm au.1 I then bet her oa the pave States. Previous to that time those But how comes it to rise again, as which perished from the earth many rent produced by the silent dischargeof

get him there. Since the poor missus' lUtMlt. used in this country were brought it does each succeeding year? This is hundred thousand years ago. There the clouds was passing and decomposing -

death he.Las been something awful. Then back I drove, to niv. rooms to from England or :France. Now the the point that has puzzled wiser heads are flies preserved with wings poised l the water by electrolysis.i

"Oh, he has,ha s he:" said I,starin'{ fin 1 that Strong had, in a playful fit, trade is such a large oue that it takes than mine, but I have a theory for it, as if for flight, where the prismatic Another experiment was quoted, iu

like one fa cinat-d at his awkwa-d, leached: down my'(ol1etlon of foreign 50,000 packages, each containing which seems to answer all the require sheen glowing through the yellow which a plate lightning arrester, witha

road chest.I slatups (in a $20 album) and dividedit twenty-four pins, to supply the wholesale ments. As the flora ripen during the sepulchre is as brilliant as if they galvano-meter in circuit, was connected -
in New York alone. hot months of summer, for the islandis were floating alive in the sunshine.-
walked off there and then driven into an incalculable number of demand daily in circuit with lightning rod,

by rage and the thought Julia--aid paits. But, for once I did not curse There died the other day at Ells stems a thick enlarge mass, become of vegetation buoyant/ ,and the Harper's. Round Table.MothHidden when an almost constant deflection of
-- ---
to old curiosity Here the the galvanometer needle was observed! ,
came an shop. pretty creatuie. I worth, Ohio, a man who rememberswith as the season advances toward Septem- Itoatoii.
there was a complete suit of rusty ar- "Good old dog," I said, as I patted vivid distinctiveness the battleof her showing that a continued equalization
undergo the first stages of decay; (). A. Hubbard of the
Agent Massachusetts of electric does take
not too for athlete discharges place.
heavy an of him the head. And
mor, on he wagged his Waterloo, of which he was an eye that is, the stems become filled with moth
build. I arranged to borrow that tail and gipsy committee has -Electricity.
my ugly straightway proved his witness. James R. Green was bornat the attendant fuller ripeness -
gases upon been detached and
armor, put it on in aunt's own pa!'lor goodness by swallowing a British Bolton England in 1798. In I8H
and this
decay; large tailed the state board of
with by agriculture Corduroy Road Unearthed.In .
and then
myihinoeeroshidestick Guinea stamp of 1835; worth $5 and he was doing service on the Roya:
walked to the lair of the mass of ga..enclosingegetation overcomes to look through the brown-tail the gravel pit belonging to the
dog. to morsels
up scraping its fellow worth and he got permission to tc
George the natural of the
: weight mass, moth tenitonHe has now been at Lake Shore at 0.
Mean it have been. I care not. company Amboy, ,
may brother who in
with was
For 20 minutes I smote Strong 'I S10.That I II' the front a the specific gravity being only a little! work some weeks. He makes a careful 38 feet below the surface the groundhas
1 night I dreamed dreamsin the Forty-fifth regiment. heavier than the water and the
I' l inspection of the trees and where- discovered
been constructed -
until there was no bite left in him. a peculiarly
He bestowed tooth marks and which .Julia, Mrs. Green, the dog O. C. Schulte, a member of the whole mass gradually rises above the I Iwater's ever he finds eggs delivers a bulletin roadway, which is apparentlya
many; and the
eat Sweet
scratches on the armorbut that didn't Strong were strangely California Swimming club, was called surface; it stays in this condition describing the pest, and a special corduroy road, made of small cedar
But I awoke
hurt me. And when the 20 minuteswere mingle refreshed, upon to take the place of another dive above the surface till the heavy circular from the board, signed by trees. The wood is in a perfect state
ertheless. for I full of
past he rolled over ou his ugly, Nor had I was hope. who had been announced to jump fron: frosts of the fall occur, when, the Secretary Sessions, reading as follows of preservation. Over twenty feet of

great back and wagged his short tail. any compunctions, for I the,_alcony of the Cliff house, Sat: plants having been destroyed and decay ; this road has been uncovered. It waylaid
felt that the happiness of two humanso
Francisco into the but who refused measurably completed, the whole "Dear Sir This is to and
Then did I slip off my armor and go ads was better than the ofa sea, : notify you on hard clay was covered bya

boldly up to the dog. It lickeJ my of demoniacal happiness. to take the lean of eighty-fivE mass being heavier than the water that the premises under your manage- thick vein of gravel. Prof. Cat!

Lands. I had conquered, and I knew couple the insurance quadrupeds.In feet. Schulte promptly undertook tht again, it gralually: sinks to the bottomof ment are infested with the brown-tail Wrightteacher of geology at Oberlin

that Strong ,would thenceforward, morning an agentcalled feat and made a successful dive in the the lake, which is about thirty feet moth, and your attention is called to college, visited the gravel pit and

and, speaking in a high voice of ten thousand deep at this point, to arise again thefollowing the, law 516 of the wood which ht
if need were, die for. n e. But 1 i that seemed menacing (though of presence spectators. chapter acts of 1897, secured pieces ,
year, when spring and sum- making it duty to exert examined He gives it as his opinionthat
hated It more than ever: for never : course was not), got mauled at the j .1 very economical farmer in Mars have the lake's flora into your yourself
mer brought to confine and the wood has been where it way
more than at this moment did I feel ankle. Hill, Me,, who is worth thousands o1 '" persistently suppressit.
\. life and vigor once more. ." found since the glacial epoch, and
like wanting' smile from niy dear "The law, u" '-' '1' will give me dollars, bal: the misfortune to lose hi
w Mr. Fubbard is meeting cordial that it has retained it* natnral condi-
Julia. \ a
revenge, : /nais gentleman wife by sudden death. Her lost '
my Human Thermometer. and has trouble in interesting tion several thousand A piece -
reception, no years.
when I Lad escorted him in safety grieved him very much, occurring, a: f
"There are men said Mr. Biffer- householders in the work. of mastodon's tusk two feet long,
a ,
Thus began the miserable three downstairs You seeI Lad not wanted it did, in the midst of his fall work.
.1' ly, "who seen to have a faculty for .Professor Howard, entomologist of was unearthed. It also is perfectly
months of oar estrangement. to insure life. He very reluctantly gave up his dutieson
my telling the time of day without looking the United States department of preserved the ivory being a natural
O Julia was madly devoted to art. ,She But at half past three I uprose and, the farm long enough to dig h Ewife's -
at the clock within culture has been in the color after the dirt was removed.
; they get fifteen vicinity
"new" and "new"modes with his hands and
wore garments taking Strong by the chain, led him grave own ,
minutes of right time. Do spending three days watching the -- --- ----
of hair; but they all became into the street. then hastily returned to1 his more profitable every
you know that there are men who work of the gipsy moth convBKttee The Long-IJved Orange Tie .
,- Lerthough hideous on any'other girl. Thus to the studio. Here Mrs. labor..
at the temperature with equal about Malden and :Medford. He will will bear frnit
A guess An tree till
With aunt's$500 a year,she had moneytoherape Green received me with a pale face. r orange
? They are a sort of human issue a special bulletin from his division and there
150 !' bid, are recorded
long on. Literature was _."Miss Julia is not in," she said; Utterly Iropelear."It's accuracy years .
thermometer, carrying,a scale in their with illustrations, describing the instances of trees when
1\ my rope of fortune. I Lad enough and I, dissembling, remarked that it all off, darling," groaned the orange bearing +
mind. I don't think they marked of extermination for the benefit
are process 500 old.
to keep myself in bread ,and cheese was a pity. disconsolate lover. I years
cold but of Congress.-Boston Transcript.A .
accurately ,
so warmth
and the dog in bones. "Xo? Did refuse ,
"If I might rest awhile, I pro- papa his cC- .
'l' But a fellow reiuires other things ceeded. sent?" the|- 'temperature of a warm room, forJ'T Few people in India eat more than

than mere.necessaries I yearned for "Oh, (certainly, sir," replied the uPra ti a 1y. He said that Imight d rthey: can' get within one or San Jose (Cal.) girl, stopped by a twice a day, and thousands only once, t j' "

[ o .s of right without, fail.York footpad, landed in his face with such I and other thousands not at all.
,Julia.. Thrice made an effort to see astute creature. "Perhaps jon would have you when 1'Lad earned and save ,
her and tLrice, : .:_wrote.All, in vain. like to leave the dog in the kitchen?" '$1000., -'He's.a'monster_ Tf1tit ".. ,. n. _' :, : force as_to knock, the ruffian out. I I I
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Florida Weekly AdYocate- Arbor Day. FLORIDA- The I will be sjr7; .

Governor Bloxham }has issued w beinO'Tomatoes tt
are ..-_ to write of Starke o }
"PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS the following Arbor Day proclamation shipped from Sannibf1Island- with and.Vedr.e51 '

: for the during the moi :
The hotel band at R I
-at5TARKE D., 898, and at
In compliance with established ancient I I ? ,
is of youngwomen. Saturday during
composed .
FLA.' school ul. ,
: custom and resolution of the purpose of -,
_ this
the State Board of Education, The shipping of 8tra State and Countyyear
1lOntered at the Pott Office at Stsrlte,Florida. not- A '
M ecnd clue mss maner.h I William D. Bloxham, Gov- from Lakeland. keepsup| : 1897. ,

__ ._ _. __ nt cold guing a J.
of the State of withstanding the rec I. .;,
ernor Florida
evening, Tax
do hereby name Friday, the snap. -

TEXAS R. HODGES 4th day of February, A. D. Rene St. John, the s layer of find As he 0. W. 0. Hardmau, w" : I:

Editor nod Proprietor. 1898, as Arbor Day, and earn- Phil Thompson, has ben ac- himself of Tyler Co., W. Va., wa I .
commend the usual and he winnow time almost prostrated w.
estly quitted. She declares He used Chamberlain'Remedy

customary observance thereofto enter a convent. tained w and was so muc'
Mr. Justice Carter of the Supreme :Au
the people of Florida.: abbage But With the quick relief ai
A solid carload of
Court has rendered '
In testimony whereof, I have an large, afforded him, that he gay ,
decision in the case of J. N. wasshipped from Colel .n water it lowing unsolicited test Al"n

Hall, plaintiff in error, vs. the hereunto set my .hand and the 20th. The crop in t tat VIcinity and "To all who may be intel ".
caused the great seal of the 5,000 wish to say that I hal
State of Florida, defendant in is estimated at f tom.
State to be affixed at Tallahassee 'For I Chamberlain's Cough Rem
--error, which is of public inter- crates. :1 find it invaluable. for co
the capital, this 14th dayof Crow II
est. Hall was engaged in selling The' guests of the. A. D. 1898. "
January, fj i If5; ''i'4 '-
goods from a car attachedto House have to datehot pitcher 5 ,
a train on the Savannah, 2,252 quail. They repor theand Nor RAILROADS. s : i
Governor of Florida. --- > a I
I !
Florida & Western ing to
Railway. .
birds -
unusually plentiful K

rf:> He was indicted in Pasco county By the JOHN Governor L. CRAWFORD, Attest, in excellent condition. 1 Pitcher.the The A. S, R. & G. s.

for hawking and peddling Y.
Secretary of State.A Governor Bloxham has cf.!Bred Besides
Departure) and :rrial of Trail:
without a licence. Having been uzC
But .
ar- *
thd j
a reward of $300 for ----
convicted he sued out a writ of also
Commercial Congress. rest and conviction of theperon STARKE, FLORIDA.!
error. to the Supreme Court. -'Q/l T. ately
/, Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 19.- or nprsons who. nmrrl* NO. 1 dally, leaves 7 a. m. for Lail
-- ------- ------- ]
The judgment of the lower Brinkley and Intermediate points. Thil
Governor Bloxham to-day C. Arms, in Marion cF and ts with the G. S. & V. at Sa

court was sustained. issued an invitation to the December 22. j solution .for 1'aUtku.Macoa and in term j if--

Governors of I Southern and. cola He ) NO.3 Satur ays and Sundays only. Ll
J One of those who saw the A correspondent of the
many :: p.m. for LaCrosse, Brinkly and inteil 1JV.J1J
native grown tobacco of Flori- Western States to attend, the Star declares that moon line ped it points.connecting at Sampson Juncl

da exhibited at the Clay CointY fifth annual session of 'the distillery .are being operate L in lie kept I. Palatka. 5-second,Macon cl.lss"and Leaves Intermediate Starke poin'HQ. 4-.CO) ,

'Fair Professor Milton South and West Commercial : the vicinity of Blichton Mares after LaCro.v BrinMey! and in termed!
was ...
Whitney, an expert of the Congress, which is to conveneat I county, and that a dozen 1" until the NO- -2-? arrives This trains at Siarke: daily IIIp.except: .m.Sunday.daily. r '

Tampa, Fla., February 8th e enough to No.() 4- arrives at Starke at 9:3)p. m. Sat| go-l, ,,,
who more men in t
Agricultural Department, are engaged and
drink Sundays unly.
will spend some time in the 9th, and 10th, 1898, and to ap- nefarious business. thirst NO6. second class, Arrives at Starke 5:30] 1'B.
f -# Stab-- analyzing Florida soils. point delegates to this Congress There,; are 713 pensioners oli Moral Daily except CEO.Sunday.TO.IPS''TT.Gen SUI

He which should commandthe vertising Starke, FIn.
was asked what he thoughtof the State pension rolls, and 930 I : WEIGS, Gen.MJ.T.
earnest attention of all \. If the Jacksonville, PIa.I .
Florida tobacco. "It is
applications. for, pensions on.{er one ] f
good he said. "I have good citizens. I 524.%
file and
new applications are 'ause: he fF.I
in the ability of this The principal objects of the being received almost daily. tilts, he I Ct & P. SIIORT tIN
are to consider the .
State to grow a fine quality of congress yBates'
The list calls for
present an ex- 1- i iI

tobacco L,." and arid intelligently with proper di-in- change means to of all increase merchandise an inter and peuditure year. of about $70,000. a I ) J' T EAST WE3 I

n. industry manufactured articles between jfith' -
-- The time forr the South and West and to lion. C. J, Perrenot, Presi- I I/ley(/ ErARTUR S' iKD l<\ ARRIVALS OF TRl

dent of the Florida State.Sen msen I ?? r f
.promote a movement of grain I
than I F v v
na fcther products of the ate, died at Milton on. the I STARKE FLA. 1 OOJ
when circumstances
are ,
order to
Wester States to Southern morning of the ISth. He wasa
ropitious.TimesUnionand ternnl I NO-10.daily, leaves 3:03: p. m., for all>
Citizen. distributing markets and member of the lower house of Cure is : ...North and West connecting at Jack .

Southern for the Florida Legislature from directly on I I lIvl1le with through sleeper for New York, ft
ports ex- and all intermediate points.
Santa Rosa in 1885-0. surfaces. i j NO. 14, leaves :5:1T I .Y. Ans1b'i
All Governors county : a. n.Uy for same
Game Preservation.The port. commer- i not a 1).1"I: i named above carryliii: through sleeper .yy._

statement made.by the cial ,organizations, municipal He was elected to tin Senatein prescribed ;] mpa and intermediate points! to New Yt>rlt: Any J
1890 and re-elected in 1804. :;at Jacli>oavilla with trains from
i ; ..
.t chairman of the Maine governments and transportation physicians _
delegation -. Atlanta. Chattanooga! and all points Q{ Stiolt
to the fishery congress, : companies of the South William Golden, con'jdEtll: years, and : and west alsu with trams for west:: p 1 .
tion. It .
:( Peusuuola: Mobile, New Orleans,Tex You '
that the game reserves of his and West have been s 1l.f1.'lE'hcyclape '
requestedto of criminal assault in Nassau tonics Mexico und California points. .
state last year brought in $4- best blood NO. 13 leaves 11:59: p. m. with connection 'l) .
appoint delegates to this county and sentenced:; to be ) iil Ask- '.
000,000 from visiting sportsmen ly! on the 1 I all points and divisions! Through:sleeper: ;
is worthy of considera- congress. A great many have hanged at Fernandina, has perfect New York.
NO. 9 leaVesl 0:48a.m. with through; sleep
tion in Florida. Her game already responded and the suc- again been respited by the gredients is connections from all points north, west and StandardAmerican
be of Florida's of the is wonderful points in the a state. *
ought one cess congress now as- Governor until February 1, inconsequence
the best map of the state, sleeper o-
greatest resources, but it is sured.-'Ietropolis. of representationsmade Catarrh. information call on ov write to *'
not. Florida could be in the free. 1>.GREEN Agent,
last week to the Board of II
:F. J. Starke Fla.
winter what Maine is in the STATE PRESS SOTES. Annual.
Pardons to the effect that S. Pennlnprton. T.or.A.
summer to sportsmen. But, to Sold .O. MacDonell, G. P. A.Jacksonville.
dp that, requires that all game There Are Others. : doubt existed of his guilt., Hall's by Fla. -

should be from reckless It is what such '
preserved strange parts Lake City is to have a telephone PRICE % GEHTS
and wanton destruction. defunct worthies as Benedict and the work of AVm. ASK -- .. ___
Every sort of game bird and I
animal should be not only pre Arnold, Judas Iscariot and stringing the wires and placing I farmer j ,'O R'rICI.ETS .

Nero contrive to play in American west of : I Ready Jan. 1 1898
served, but cultivated and en* I the 'phones will begin as soon ,
in politics. They seem to be murdered On AU News Stands.
_ ouraped; every way. I as the poles are placed*ill poI \

Sportsmen would soon learn, if I the heroes of every drama. sition. The plant will cost from his I .)C-" jsjt.JCJlJC.>IJI
of them do & VIAJ
any already Times-Union and Citizen. I I
about $2,500, and the stock II I Better More
know, that Florida is a hunter's How about Ananias? HOW 'l i f fI Larger, Complete
paradise* offering a greater.- will be held by citizens of I Than Ever.

riety of- sport for gunners, as! A True Representative.We Lake City, from whom a mana- Fill a j i

well as for fishermen, than per- blamed Weylsr and de- ger and board of directors will with urine E! J cltaonvill g"Tk rmt; 'fSidesold Amial Rftrnut .

Imps any other one state in the nounced him to the ends of the be elected. four hours; !| Book and & 11Jannsl9xblis3ed

union. There is no reason why indicates j /
the sportsmen of the world earth, and now we condemn The Mariauna Journal of of the i i THE WORLD

should not distribute millionsof Blanco from morning until Tuesday says a meeting. citizens linen it is j AND .- Pulitzer Building New York.IGRDVES.

dollars among the people of night. But how can a man be was held in that towns ney i j

Florida every winter, and they sound when his government i Tuesday to consider< the charges to urinate I THE
will do so if :
.properly en-
Times. not? Blanco. represents Spainin against J. L. Bynum, principalof also
Under the conditions now existing Cuba. Let us then, prefer- the high school, for seduc kidneys der. and : JITI &K1

ably, attack Spain instead of tion. Letters in evidence were ,'I
our-,laws) for the protection I
Blanco. Spain is to blame read, after which a committeeof Ii I 2C
of game fall fur short ofaccomplishing There is
their purpose. that Blanco i such a blank twelve men were appointed ledge so The i

Whenever the enforcement of a idiot.-Pensacola Daily News. to wait upon Bynum, and noti- Kilmer's Jacksonville ,

fy him of his dismissal : LD ;
law is left in the hands of none o Correct in Spots. I kidney Tampa aucl I (
from the school and order himto 5
relieving II
,. FAT
iu particular it is quitet1r The Orlando Star says Hicksis West I If s
leave the county, and to be liver, y
to be iinenforced, and a failure, because our cold f .;
published fraud im- I the urinary Railway T
as a 'a.n l. f II
r general! wbrks harm rather and! heat falsified his predic inability to I

than good. The appointmentof tions. But he spoke generally, poster. pains in A North '
I '
and ldiy P
game: wardens in every precinct and at the right time it was following r
..i y
in each county in the cold in Greenland and hot i in Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.The beer, and South Line f .....- ? .
intense itching and smarting; ,incident
state whose duty it shall be to Africa. What more would to these diseases, isiustantly iiltayeo ant nece Throughthe
of the law have? A by applying Chamberlain's Eye and I I TASTELESS
bring transgressors you prophet cannot Skin Ointment. Many very Lad cases I getup many
v to justice, will, in our judg-!cover all the spots.-Times-. have been permanently cured by it. It I I to urinate.
I is efficient .
| equally for itching piles and traordinary HEART
2nent, be the surest means of Union and Citizen. favorite remedy for sore aupples is soon CHILL

insutingprotectionofourgame.Then I'I'a. hsnds, chilblains frost bites highest for
chronic sure eyes. 5 ct;;.j er box.
let local game clubs be organized It was stated publicly by .. the most
Dr. Cal Condition Powtlors, ire need a
in every county .to aid President Cheney of the fishery I frst what a horse needs, when in bad f I the best. FLORIDA. :

and support the wardens. in.the congress that the present 'convention condition.. Tonic.They, are blood not purer food r but r1I'aermifnge. 1 I I cents and

accomplishment of their. duties. is the most important I medicine and the best in use! to put r i I j i i hav 13 JUST AS COOD FORADULTLTflNIC*
.t horse in prime condition. Price 25 j ji i il I letbotIT ; Write ''the General Passenger ; VARRA!TED. PRICE 5Oct3.

:Florida may' then Spewlily become body of prominent fish culturists :i 'Kate!per package. 1{ iton the, A.n .Agent_information., J,: Par.J ueee Co..C1Liita Bs.Lte ...tzu.J o. L: 3:.
in fact the 'greatest t game, who have e er'assenbledin. s j address ty D G 8'i! vg-1c ,as.-Wo c.c.I4 Lauvr. CiC.ti :
!. B. COPI5 Szpt; J t '
l .Jo\1t'lll :.t:L;: c.L :W3C.ad :Mrt
re :rte in the Union Maine the United States.-Tarapa!:j For JOB WORK Trytial sots ;,1,. _1r : G. D. ACKERL'I, G 1'I P55. ..1 I Dcagttt.-c9xrci&;Ct' .c, : ::.-.-eeCSLlSyey.:=. : .
i this p ani" : ., D.. ..-:S-j a:;:'t;,:" '--.............. .
,Mot excepted. Daily Times. \VfCArl cq it rUu/iT. ,: I I nets of.ti-.( I I I t J.l srtrZ1rII; r-T---n-. :: tr.: j :-" -'. -.--,-.7-.-.,.'.. ......,.'"-.-...._.", '-..

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Directories.STATE. RAILROADS'.


irsaparilia.' j o The Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad,

Governor. Wm. D. Bloxliam. STARKE FLA.
Secretary of State, J. L, Csi wford. The Short Line between Florida and all Rorttera PolaU.,

Comptroller'j'r..*Hurer. J., B.\V.Whittled.li. Reynolds. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. EVEREtT, SiAHXAH, AUGUSTA. GA, COLUMBIA! 'fiSEDKiTOl BiLUMDBB, I F2UELN -

Attorney-General. Wm. Lamar. ense PHIA lEi roBOsioB ill THE 1st.
CotumlesJoaer of Agriculture, L. B. ,
I have the fiinest turnouts in the
>Vombw.Tl.Superintendent., I Everett, Macon Allan,Chattanooga, Nashville LeafjvUle. Cincinnati. Qlcqca.

of Public luatructiojiW. nice horses And safe Everett. Birmingham Holly Spring, Mttnpbls, Little Rock. Kansas City St.LotiisCllat.
city; gentle good
; N. Sheats. : Any laraiparilla is j Siou City.
szrsaparilla. .J.
+ j- SUFREMB COURT.r drivers. If wish to hire a horse River Jonetk ,JPeft crta. MobtU.Hew Orleaat. Texas Mexico.CaltMiila tad At Ftt&t
True. So tea is tea.
-r Chief Justice, R. F. Taylor. any Coast tueciiYe. Dee., 5. ic,,'.

Carter.Justices, Milton H. Uabruy, F. B So any flour is flour.. But grades I and bu gy. Give us a call.aWe also NEW OW ttMESS N0.o "
differ. Ian Ulan!1111 lest. It's do etc. / fra? Leave JaCR slmTlll.aw I.U
draying, a.m. with ThtoUl'h Pull
n Irta man Sleep tor Savannah
COUNTY. so with sarsaparilla. There are Stable. 'q .. ,. Columbia. Washing
Drigger's Popular Livery ;
State Senator, A. Croaby.Representatives grades. You want the best. If +..0 ton.Baltimore New York.PfcUiuUlphta. and ali-
e I
L. D. Wall and E. &s .,. lot.!v Connects
P. Ward.! you understood sarsaparilla as .- ital.. -ft' for Fern .". Return
,t...., +.,i train XaSTreaobei Jack.
Tax Collector. J. C. Byrd. well as you do tea and flour it TLt.tltLI / l 80IlTWe ItO p. m.
Tax Assessor, W. J. Epperson. -

Treasurer. E. S. Matthews would be easy to determiner U. D YiINER.STARK '-? ti, NEW VOAX) FAST MAIL Ml 3tI .

Clerk of Circuit Court, Col. W. F. .-$- oti..r. t t IK:*v* J tMiuou rul...\0 f.
We&'tt. But you don't. How should / tt R T '' m. Dally for ume pola\e
p + f North. Carries Thru\.gv \
8.rrif' S. B. Denmark. you? When you are going to : FLA. t a "' Sleepers Jacksonville to
C'iuuty Surveyor, R. K. Easey. ""'4; *'"" eaa+e New York. Return No.

final* riDlcudeut ot Public Instruction buy a commodity whose value r 11 9.33 arrive. Jacksonville
F. DnSbel.Coumy I don't know out WATCHMAKER AND JEWELERJOHN'S
you you pick
Judge, J. R. Richard. I x r c A+ n o j t .
r ,, NO. $. Leave JackuonviUe
Justice of the Peace for District old established house
an to
I t / yf 7.00 p. m., vU
No. 6, Geo. A. Gardner. BRICK BLOCK, 1st DOOR WEST OF R. R. .n,, t;t' Y' +o- H.um };ycreu..Macon Atlanta
O'uuty Commissioners.Ju'lceTkiin) : trade with and trust their experience '" 'e Chattazooga Connects
( for LouLHTUIe. NaiiTlUe
lt Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. BKnton, and reputation. Do so Best Assortment>i in the City > a y o Ira r p St. Louis Chicago and all
J. d. Crews, D. W. Clyatt. 1 otuua a. ,r,.,,... Northern and Western
when buying sarsaparilla. : and Attention Given ,.h. a .- + Point Returning train
Special Prompt to Repairing. Charges to suil If Lin, -k..4 arrives Jack ouTlIl. 8.U9
CUT. has beenon I t r ,y ,,a.m..
Ayer's Sarsaparilla the stringency of the times. R
t ...
Mayor, A. I.. Von Kirn. the market Your S.-" '_ _.r aI 1
50 years. ? () 1, a a ASHVILLE IOUTE. Thronja.t'uiloiau .
Old Gold taken in
Clerk. George Ga.rdller..A1 bought or exchange. +_ r+t'+ Sleeping: ear
e8 Or, 'J'V.. Sweat. grandfather used Ayer's. It is I rvic for C'inciaoittt'
Treasurer E. I). Duncan. via Savannah Cohmbia.Asibviile. .
a reputable medicine. There .. ,.... r t ti Hot SpriBKk
Marshal J. I'. iieiiu tN'lght I S I '
i a ; c 7 r 6'' KnoiVLle.: through the
< Polic", J N. Joms. I arc many Sarsapar/1/as t f. : ; : 'TH POMONA NURSERIES LJ t.I_. .i*, a Celebrated mwuatainou.
Country or nortii Carol'v
Aldermen, F R. Edward ,.
Morgan :
Mlddleton, J. )[. Trilby, N. W. Hack- I bzt only ono A>'er's. It I Yf .' LOOUE NEW CATA-FOR I 898. t .' o V oa a. ar )' NANDINA k 7 na.00 p.Leave m. Arrives Jacksonville Cia claatt -

eU and J. W. Hick cures. f r 7.40 a.'m. Keiurninj i.rrlvea -
WILL HE READY TO MAIL IN OCTOBER. t I' aA ONYltta jHcIuonvlllcl.lo a.

Church Directory. -- I I Y One party wrlleil' as follows of our 1897; cataIcjfne W S'5 ,' a t t arts ONLY m USE THBWfeH tHtBtAUTlFUl

Pn'sbyterlan, no pastor at present. I : Y" '"' valuable: "Will Nursery you,Ca'alogue.please send I me had a copy a copy of your but I< .? r",, ,,,, 9 MIDDLE\ FLORIDA(HILL ,COUNTRY PENS AGO Of LAAHJ

Prayermeeting every Wednesday Masonic Grand Officers.: f:: Jif have ioaurd it. I End 10 many interestingtltiaga > a A >> LSCAMdlA BAY. Leav
,"vculult at 7 o'otoek.bunday school ff.:' ia it that I do not wish to be without a ft3' J .C1suuV1u.7 t V.li a. m. By
'r .g" No. 2 daily for Lake
very junday' morning at 9 o'clock. The Masonic Grand Lodge lOa I City Live Oak. Madison
new 189 Catalogue will contain all the t
Baptist, Rev G. T. Luitner, paator. in session last week at Jacksonville ,;: ', goodteaturesofthet8y7cataloguebrsidesmany T J'j j i:: I Moaticello.(iver JuQCtion.Talluhaiwae.iVnaacolu. -
'<. new ones. Fully Illustrated with many new J .
Mobile. NEW Oa.U:4lf9. -
Services every Hud and 4th Sunday. reelected all its It Photographic Views. We oiler a full line of T + and the South*
Prayermeetmg every Thursday even pres- ',A>> Fruit and Ornamental Trees andShrub adapted west.Mexieu. C&lifurvl
lug at 7 o'clock. Sunday school every ent grand officers as follows : to Southern planting. Catalogue Free. I OtLLJ' OF, 1 1 u' TA to r .1t.lr and the I'acific Coa.st.Carries .
Sunday morning at 0:33 o'clock. THE GRIPPING BROS. n't *' ,?,,, Sleeper. KetumNi
J. M, Hilliard, grand master, Meat Pr.fitab'. AddrJ I 1ltEtC .k AI', L 0 R 1 D .t tY, yC iQ! S arrives Jacksonville
Methodist, Ilev. -J. A, Hcndrj-, pan- L-- eh O:Southern PiantinQ.I! : .POMONA 5TOS2EIES. !: :::.lf! I 0 \ e..u..I. 7.52 a. in.ws .
-- ti LEAvsJACEVotcTILLS I.1&!
tor. Service every Sunday, morn of Pensacola.S. .... I ; r 'F ?
rt-_ L A I t j r t a. tn. for Sturke. IJavithorne. -
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lug and evening I'rayertiifeting ev B. ', +. 'r w-i Silver Sprirg.r. .
Wednesday eveuhlg xt o'clock.. Wright, deputy grand I ., .
DO YOU WRITE 1 ,,. ; .psw. la. Cedar
,Hunday xchooi every Sunday mornIng master, of DeLand. Y+s rX.O0., .U.aO, M.e. '-1 >;:ey, WUdwoud.Gainesville.woud.. Le..-
at J:30( o'clcicU. IF SO WRITE RIGHT.
S. L. Carter senior warden _. ...- ourj!. Tw ii-tN., popka.. Orlando. LichoiMhee bade City. Plant City, Tampi. Arrive Jai&t-
i laviUe; 4 li: p. m.NAS.tiVILLE.
Episcopal, ItexF. R. Ifoleman. ,
in eh1Lr S rvicea, of Gainesville.
clergyman t' every ROUTE-Through Pullman Sleepers
w' I
thud! and 4th afttt-mouna..3'30 etyiatt I
Sunday II
o'clock. cliiM)1 l Sun James Carnell, junior grand II I ,

day u/ternoou at 2 o. tock. warden, of Ormond. I Leave Jacksonville 7 00nmarrive; Nashville 7 00 next pm

Christian no every pastor as Weitnenda.v: prernt.I'rayrrmeetiujf : \ II. Robinson, grand treasurer $: $)1lf I Leave Nashville 9 00 a m; arrive Jacksonville 8 00 next a m

,"o'clock.. Sunday .nchoolrjumS of Jacksonville. berhiud 8.15 A.Sound.M. Leaves Jacksonville, for Brunswick: by the Cumberland Route .l.aner, sad .am
e'cery TI. tf : ,, .. d secre- 4.CO P. M. Local for Everett. close connection for Brunswick. Shortest! and ,ai.kws
clock. ;, "'a, \ ronte.

I tary of Jacksonville. 5 00 P. M., L)cal for Tallahassee and intermediate point Arrive Jacksonville 4.15 p. a1 .
._ .1 ,
ur Tampa and intermediate pUllltt. Pullman SleepeN. Ar.Jaok-oGYW. 7.35 a.11I1
Additional Local Matters. Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs '"","" "' -, .' i. J tl'Ppats J'r t:I C1NNAT1 v L" ASlIVILLE, leave Jack..ullTWe a' 1.ti.
{ m. al'nvet .Ashvile 1.-1. p. m': I1rl'rv v CrnthllD\: .. II. .
/ grand chaplain of Starke. FU1'lJacou.tlanta, two train d11y. Leave Jac Mn1t1fe .l1 : j..... .;- ...

.-.l. M j.. Elarbee lint moved his fxinilyirra I Summer Rates to Excursion Points-in Effect June 1st.

a the Clark house nn Cherry St., Played the Devil. i ->: Pullman Sleepers on all Night Train. .I(
for Bradford and''
1 to his handsome cottage in East I am Sub-Agent Surrounding' -
: Parlor Cars Trains
Y New York World: on Day Between acksonville and Tampa.
Btarke. Counties for this Celebrated 'I'
1 The Rev. Mr. Akin, pastorof Send for Best Indexed Map of Florida to
Typewriter.: ---- ------ -
Mr. '.rcher
Crosby, n prosperous
the Hock of Bethel Church,
farriirr living near thU city, broughtin Can I Sell You One ? T. R. HODGES
l-mt Friday e finest strawberries north of Bourbon, Ind., concluded Florida East Coast Ry.

we have sheen this Benson. that his methods were SUBAGENT.INVALID'S .
I TIm. Table No. 9-Ourr.ot.d to Jan. 6. 1307. .
old-fashioned. He had -- --- --- --------------
The Bradford County Guards have too .

lab). fitted up a nice RUU rack in read of realistic sermons elsewhere The BIGGEST OFFER YET SOUTH BOUND (Head Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up*.

heir armory. The rack 1* artistically RESTDr. NoW! : WTAllOhb.v : KokhIT3
and determined to give ..... ee -...... 'ii,'-...... 1 Oflll\o.'U'J':(fc: ...... aoksonrilie..n. ..Ar. -...... -......
decorated with bunting. The FLORIDA .....1080s ...... 8 13p ... ... Ar..MI.AuIf11.l1t1e..L'Y. Oi'l ... .'...7UW ...... .. ..
work. was done by ,tr. Felix WltkovLait his simple congregation some- VINCENT'S' THE WEEKLY ADVOCATE ...... 1082: .... .. ...... ...... Lv......St. Aurastlno..._...Af. ..... ..... ...... ....
W T S, AND ......1IOPkn ..... '..... ...... .. ....... .Restloattog .......... ... .. .. ....... ......
..kl. thing startling. ......11 ...... ...... ...... ... ....EastPaJatVa........ 43*j .... ......_.....
THE TWICE-A-WEEK ...... lift) ..... ...... ......,Ar....... .Pl\latka..J T. 43SP ... ...........:....
Friday evening 1tu. Wefct. Unknown to the ministet his Private SanitariumIs ......l1Ot' ..... ...... ..... Lv........ ..Pala.ka... ... ....Ar. 4 56p ... ... ...... ...... ......
...... 14i 1',.. .... ...... ......lAr....... .San'M"t400..LY.! 31 }.1...... ...... ...... ......
Mho lives in last Starke had the Akin also decidedto DETROIT FREE PRESSBOTH ...... 806n105p: ..... .. ... ......ILv.........(Snu MoUK: ).........Ar. Ii ......... ..,....... ...,.
son, George located in one of the prettiest ...... 125Jp .. ... ...... ...... LT....... ..Ormon..Ar. 3 63P ..... ........ ,..
misfortune to loone her smoke house PAPERS-ONE YEAR ...... \............ ...... ... ... ....Day\/AJ............ 24&P232p...................
tire. liven matters in the church', suburbs ofJacksonville ..... ... ...... ...... ........ ; ,. .. .. ...... ...... ...... ......
and $7.00 worth of meat by FOR ONLY $1.00. ...... 1151'1............. ...... .... ...New Orina........ .. 2- ..... ...... ...... ..,...
}.IrWest had made a fire in the and succeeded beyond; his wildest Florida.and THE TWICE-A-WEER DETROIT FREE PRESS needs no ...... : .... ...... ...... ..... ....OaklUtl. ....... latp 1: ..... .... ...... ..._.
introduction its many special articles by ...... .2 52a ..... ...... ...... ........ .TUqMllt,......... .21il...... ...... ...... ...... !
smoke house and hd left It for a few anticipations. Institutions noted writers have given it u worid.widerepu. I i ..... ...... ...... ...... ........City Point......... I. 1220v............. ... 1
When she returned thf is the finest equip-ped tation. In bhort. it Is one of the cleanest, ..... 3 ...... ...... ...... ...........Cocoa,?......... 1y lip ..... .. ... ...... .. .,.
minute' Sunday night Rev. Mr. Akin of the South. brightest and best papers published. No i ...... 3 .. : ........ .. 140p.:! ..... ... ... ..... ......

house was In flames and she was Unable pains or expense will be spared in keeping I......, 2p....108p..Eakite.. ........ .. t18aA ..... .. .... .... ......
took for his theme "His Satanic Associated with Dr. Vincent is its present high standard. up f ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... arno........... 118!. ... .... ,.. 'u ......
to extinguish them. The smokehouse Wyckoff Remember thnt by taking advantage of ..... : ..... ...... ...... ..... ....M lbourn ......... .. 112iAJ943a ..... ..... .. ... .
Dr. J Tixlmage this combination you get 52 copies of THE ......I.si5p. ....... ..Rowland.......... 10 R: ... ... ... .. .. .
and content %vrrentlreljooiiRumed. Majesty. formerly of London, England l FJ..ORIDWE1.KLY ADVOCATE, !'D The loss In all amounted of THE FREE PRESS, 156 papers for ouly $1.00. ......t 550p ..... ...... ......1... .. .......St. Lucie.......... .. ...... ...........
He is an eloquent man, and and -)fe of the most noted Sur- ...... 8i9p .... ....... 500a ...... 1'ortPierce.. ...... eaoSOOa! : ........ ..... ...r.
to about %23.OO. ...... ; a' ......... ...FAf'n.! .. ... ...... 902a.: ..... ..... .... .... t
he painted the devil in such gp' ins of the day.Invalid's ...... ....... .....Jensen ......... ...... .. .. ...... 0
Last Friday evening a select. party: Rest is a beautiful A 500-PAGE BOOK FREE. .. ... | i", .. .........SfUl\rt.......... '1 8J.:1.: ... ... ... ..... ... S
vivid colors that the audience I ...... 633T.6/'a!, ... .....,..AUoIa.. .. ...... .. ......... ..._.. .
ct "ladles and gentlemen enjoyed a I place, and will be devoted entirelyto THE FREE PRESS .. .... .....H'Sound.. ... 81 .... .!.. ... .. ... ,
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At the climapc of the terrify- from chronic disease EACH.An .
HacVett, Felix Long, Miss! Suffurers any
Myrtle accurate and superiorBookof Reference A. & \V. BRANCH. /' j! Trains S2. 35, 37 aDd I\ bMwe-.a .1.>> -
Helen Richard Will Wall, Miss! ing description a being, dressed aw requested to write for a that tells you all you want to know. There T"lO.r'r: .--iHonrille and t:>t. Aa uartafl dntt .
will not be a u-eless page in it. A Practical N 0 8.INo.1'1 :'T_ "J! Train 1M! between Miami maA Terl
"Ethlln Richard, Mr. and Mr B. R. to represent a devil with large hook descriptive of Invalid's Rest, Educator and Hand Book of Enc"cjoper1ic Information 2 15p'lu i (m'Lv' ; .,New Smyrna. ..A* 6 SopjPiprtvs dally except HondJiT.p .
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and tail Historical Political and Agricultural; likewise: 8 111':" -::'a' ......L3keHl".n..LT.l i9p 1 3 SI;]Miami! dallT..oxcept Monday.
head ambled
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Sweet Home waltz was played and up the aisle blowing Jacksonville, Florida. Home and i'arm.

the young people' dislr( 'rsetl. II smoke from its nostrils andbellowing -- -- A copy of this book will he sent to all sulk SteADIer .
>cnbinr immediately and seul1in 15 cents! additional
4 I 'sa for ,mailin expense*. making 1.1511.
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23. 1HW.! Copies; of the book will be sent .
The oyster supper given by the SJI MI am the devil and I want Ii. MCCALL_ j to all taking: advantage!. of this t offer as soot
after above date a. po> ab;e. Is appointed to Perform Service as follows: ":
,. I. A. at tho re.ldence of Capt. j all of you !" Do not delay, but take advantage of this remarkable
Leave :MIAMI: :: ) JD. Wednmdsy and Satnrday. connecting witk TMlali.Leave d
Anthony laat Friday, evening wan a 1 liberal offer which we make !or t t J p.
The audience became panic- .pATitRNSV imited! time only, by >pecial arrancement'
jmcre". in every respect. A large ; ..I, with the pubL! >;bers. Remember we send botl KEY WEST 5 OX)a. m. Tnewliys and Fridays
attended and en- stricken. ..\ papers a full ;year for Ji.CO. and you can hay, CX aaectiu at Miami with Train 79. foUovlnj ra.r iaj.
number of people Ii espy of the book by sending 15 cents ad
Joyed a pleasant social evening, ftlw'ell Men, women and children i i t "THE STYLISH PATTERN.Perfect-Ar- i I !' diiiou.il. Addre-s, J. P. BEdCWTTH J. D. JAR 5 Tt.
; tlstic. RuWonable. OriginaL FLOUIDA VV'EEKLY ADVOCATE. 'l'ra..lc Jdana.er. Ass,Gea. Fatuteer A'T.i'
a* the delicious oyster served were hurled to the floor and j j Fitting.: Prices 10 ana IG cents. Tfl 1 Slarke. Fla I St. An;nMtne. r..a.GENERAL .

by the! lades who understand exactly None higher. None better at any price. Bi I I .
in the mad rush 1- H - ---- -
how the bivalvehould be cooked. trampled upon Some reliable merchant sells them in *.. 50 YEARS' I

number of young people wereids for the door. In the confusion nearly every city or town. Ask for 7r EXPERIENCE MERCHANDISE.
Quite a A than,or they can be had by mail from g

prevent and spent the evening in the stove was upset and the 3 us in either New York o? Chicago. v. i I II If ..... ........
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Sturkes Turpentine Plant. regained their senses the fire :1 j MCAL ;$ t j jMAGAZUNEWI ''i'I f TRADE MARKS I I, It is not what you pay .

In an recent Interview ,,'lth'Elar. had made such headway that : ip DESICNSCOPYRICHTS I -

turpentine operators, all the church i . &c. i for goods but what receive -for
bee &. Co., attempts to save i I Anyone sending a sketch and dewljrtlon may you
U situated In East quickly a+rertatn our opinion free whether aa'I
whose plant were in vain. Brightest ladies' magazine pubIis ed. anrention probuMy" patentable. Commnnicntions !: amount paid that establishes the
information strictly conadentiaL Handbook: on Patents
the following
Htarke we fi .
Akin I, Invaluable for the home. Fashions of Bent free. Oldest alt:>nc1 fors.eunncpatent.
Mr. Elarbee has 60 men This morning George :. the day Home Literature, Household I I'ntenu taken throucb ilnnn & Co. receive .
> special notice, without charge,in the value of the in other
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at work cutting boxes, and is cootln confessed that he, with the 17 Hints, Fancy Work Current Topics T ,

hU force. H" has B, Fiction,all for only 50 cents s. year in- 1, Sd ntifie.. Jlm ritan.I words whether the
ually) enlarging help of neighboring boys, rigged \ i eluding free Eat un.yo-.1l ownselecJ i I I A handsomely! ITJnstrated weekly. T-anrest clrcolntion I goods are a
had erected some 15 houses in which '''i any time. Seed two 2-C2nt stamps T i of: any enuac JournaJ. Terci 93 a
alsonhaudwlrtch up'a devil suit and, knowingthe for EamjJe Address .. ft year tour months ZL Sold by all newsdeAier'. i j bargain or not. .
and-has : \
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Ehub't" run a rotnrnlmry, but only mofy concealed himself behinda t 42--146 West Kith Street, Nw Yok.'f 1-- !

keep* provisions, etc; his men do chair and awaited the arrival]I l v le9 Fifth A\'enue. CbiZfo. .. : WANTED-AN IDEA of iocantUai sue eimpa TRUBY...... STEBNBUBGCo.. .
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kr A lug Item of Expense for Yachtsmen
and Ship Owners.
The business of furnishing masts
KLONDIKE\GOLD HUNTERS. and spars for yachts has developed to a

-, y+ --- 1 wonderful the
degree during past five
Food at Fabulous J'j1t't; >. and the Police II years. So much so, indeed, has this I
.- ','"ou't Arrest Lawless Loafers Itecause business grown that fully a dozen

,:: There Nothiii:; to Frbd Them WithA I firms, whose business was formerly
-- ':!o. Lucky Tinner AVoebegoft*? Adventurers. confined'to supplying the great fleet

cee James R. Keene, the famous Wall of working vessels' with spars, have

r street speculator, has received; the following devoted the major part of their efforts

-= low as timothy: hay, while the bran is letter, dated Dave .on City, I to supplying the thousands of pleasure -
almost twice as valuable for feed and Northwest Territory, at his nice in I craft along the coast and in the

manure as the bay Sometimes one New York, from an expert mining engineer adjacent waters with selected sticks

can sell timothy hay and clover hayto who, with an assbtanV; was upon which to stretch their spread of

advantage. A little clear knowledge sent to the Klondike region la \ fall snowy canvas.

b- and thought are as important to the by capitalists to investigate and report The value of these masts is far beyond -

farmer as to the banker. Of securities; oa the situation there: V the price that would appear adequate -'"

whose safety is undoubted it needs "\ more God forsaken placemennever I from the point of view of a lay :No Pink Tent for Her. I always be in an upward direction. On

ft. but a little in the life and income of saw. The town lies on a fiatfm I man. For instance, a mast similar A Norton county Kansas) paper, in I the face, iieA alll'hiu! the tip of tits
Sand in tiin Food.. the east side of the river iininediatohr I in size and quality to those of the
the to determine which the of MissBate Johnson the
paper peaking fingers should he used, and used
Sand is substitute for gravelaud back of which hills about rive hUll" I schooner Colodia costs to I very
no banker will buy. And why should:jiot are a sum equal !county treasurer-elect, says: "She Ls gently, but not the whole hand.
tho mixing of sand in the poultry food farmer buy and sell with as much Bred feet high. The river is about \ that which supports many a mechanic's good looking, jolly, well fixed financially I If one takes massage for obesity ibf? ..

is useless. When coarse grit is swal- 1 intelligence as a banker?-The Epi- three-eights of a mile wide, and is, I !amily for an entire year, or in .the full of business, likes company rest after it slumld be brief flit if is
lowed the fow it is voided beforeit should The elevation I of $1200 while other
by tomist. judg quite deep. I neighborhood but couldn't be dragged intoa I I for weariness or rht>t1lU"tist, a nap
becomes as fine as sand. Grit pro- above sea level is approximatelyone sears: on the craft are proportionate tea with four-horse -
pink a team. i may very beneficially olfw! NewTreatment
vides the mechanical appliances for Out-door I'eariny: Swine.. thousand feet. Where the townis tin I \"alne. Of course the figures are., York Journal. .

grinding the food in the gi .zanl. It There are great advantages in rais- located must have been an old ''I much t lower for boats of a less stately --L: _
Owns Two Hundred
really cuts the foodhence the sharperthe ing swine in open lots or fields over moose swamp. During the summer : type. Teapot.A for a ltd Xi*c.

edges the more it is preferred by that of in pens or other close confine- time it is undoubtedly a regular quag- I Although these prices appear exorbitant woman in curious Chicago owns 200 ia tea the I Nothing is a greater blemish to the
poultry. When grit becomes worn ment. Pure air and the exercise that mire. they are reasonable when one pots. Among pieces *face of
II' doable a woman than a red nose. This
collection is
.. until round and smooth it is passedon caa here be taken, help to make pureblood "The.o fully five hundred loaf- examines into the trouble and ex- a Japanese teapot condition
with two which is used : irritaliug may arise from
as useless. In using grit, therefore which iu the course of nature ers ia town who won't work and expect I pence! necessary before the finished spouts always I various
of the chief
at festivities in that causes::, one being
endeavor to secure that which! is builds up healthy bodies. However to be fed, and there is no food to stick can be stepped and the sail welding the bride and Then countryby thereis iUltlg :itiou" A habit of baiting the
hard and sharp. Sand is of no value pigs thus reared with a free run and feed them with. The police won't arrest -/ spread to the breeze. Big timber is groom. lot often
li.trv tics cause the indigestion
whatever as grit. plenty of exercise would not be so them, because they haven't any required for the large masts, and when pale ,of daintily two figured and combination two I which shows itself thus.

likely to show so well at the fairs, an 1 I.food with which to feed them. Everything I the suitable iiiiil accessible trees have handles. teapot The parts has sieve-- I Sufferers from re.l nose.sirisin:* from

:Xut-bearin Trt>PII. would likely be passed over by both is frozen except the whi&Key 1 I been culled icom Eastern forests, like upper for part the leaves. and indigestion shoiud be most careful in

The chestnut, black walnut, hjitter- judges and people, simply because it and there seems! to be an uulnitedsupply 1 mast timber must be brought from the lower arrangement contains the cheering con- their diet, avoiding heating Foods and

nut, shellbark, hickory and Japan has become the prevai i'jg idea that of that article at fifty: cents a I Oregon or so ne other far-away spot. coction. hot drinks, Thr food should be taken

walnut may all be grown ia your vi- only the great, gross, helpless pig is drink, or $10 per bottle. 'Champagne The expense of bringing these logs slo'.vly and each mouthful be well inns,

cinity. There are varieties offeredof the model of improvement. Of course is $3G per.bottle, and I suppose other around from the Pacific, of course, AWomanas Consular ,\ t'nt tieated. Sometimes a red nose is due

the'butternut and Mack walnut aud such pigs are well'adapted to fill lard beverages are at corresponding figure adds greatly to the ultimata cost. Little work and no -salary was: in- to:: dryness of the nasal' duct or delicacyof

Japan Avaluut{and yet some improvement cans, but not so likely the larder with ?. Then, again it is always difficult to volved in Miss Emma Hart's tenure the capillary organs. The in;Ham;

on the ordinary form can bi had: good, helthy pork or bacon. "Five cent cigars cost fifty cents get a solid stick of suitable size that of office as consular agent of the United mation may then be trentetlasfollows-'

by planting only mi's from trees Pigs which are reared in open pastures each, and flour, outside t of the compa- if free from blemish. For these reasons States at Edmunston, New Bruns- 1>1'epal'e"ash containing 154 grainsof

bearing choice fruits. Of the chest- are most likely to be well developed ny'i contracts, $125 for u;, fiftypoundsack I sparmakers began constructing a ick, during the two weeks' leave of powdered borax one teaspoon of

nuts there are many varieties, some:: of any way, much more so than ; candles, $1 apiece. Seventyfive I built-up masts, and for some racing absence granted to the regular agent, eau de cologne and five ounces of :soft:
which had originate from our na ive those reared inclose coufinementthey dollars is paid for a fivegalloncan craft the hollow mast glued and dow- Mr. Guy. But as Secretary Sherman water. Fipbt dissolve the borax in

chestnuts, aud others from the Euro have good appetites, promoted by of coal oil. In fact, none is for I elled: together has proved successful. appointed Miss Hart in mid-Novem the water nUll then add the eau de

pean and Japanese forms. Seedlingsfrom fresh air, and exercise,hence they will sale. Sugar is thirty cents and. tea $1a I'' When the great modern American ber, and as H is unusual for a womanto cologne. Wheu the nose burns dampit

our best native sorts!' have gen- eat a great variety of food, and better pound. Coffee $1 a pound and not schooner came out, the demand forma act as a representative of our government with this lotion and let it dry on.

erally proven most profitable in cultivation digest it than when confined ia pens. fit for dogs. Ordinary dog meat, t timber was greatly increased. abroad, the case is an inter- If, wheu dry, it still burns, repeat tile

though the nuts may not be as Also a great saving is made by it, for which means dried fish, $1 a pound. With the extensive de.nand prices esting precedent to be recorded.New treatment': Another mixture for the
large as the grafted kinds. Amongthe they will consume all the refused No man works for less than $15 for went up in proportion, and "made- sa'ue trouble may be made as follows

Lest of the foreigu kinds, an.1: per- fruits, roots, and all kinds of vegetables : nine hours, and confers a very great up" masts were stepped in the big Occupation for "'olll..n.A Dissolve :oO grains of borax' in one

haps of all named: sorts, is the Par- and these serve to stimulate favor upon you even at that rate. schooners. These masts were bolted for is that ounce of rose water and orange water

agon chestnut. There are several varieties their appetites and make them grov. Cordwood, sawed' and split, is $5Gla together, and proved perfectly satisfactory known new occupation"music teacher's women assistant." in equal parts. Wet the nose with

of the shellbark hickory, but By extending the root patch, and cord in the yard. Can't say what it and serviceable. The yachtsman This is as who : this lotion about three times a day
they are propagated with so much uncertainty plantiug-.the fodder-corn 'thinner, so will be before this winter is over. I however, could afford to pay the a young woman superintends of the- letting it dry on.

that they are very difficult that some corn will form on it, and by "Cooking stoves are not to be had more for his luxury than the sailor children of daily piano practice Where When the redness of the nose arue5*

to obtain. Among the best is Hale's having a little clover lot from wbi"h for love or money. Some sheet iron could afford to pay: for the spar for a music masters a family. expensive their- from a kiu'd of congestion: should be

paper-shell hickory, which has been to cut soiling feed, the uuniberof pigs ones can be obtained at cost ranging merchant ship, with the result that work is are retarded employed the washed in warm water only on; gU &';
propagated in a sna'l wayThe may be proportionally increased. Anda from $75 to $1K) There one tinner in time it was the yachtman's trade careless frequently of their pupils.by To to bed.

chestnut undoubtedly promise better very great advantage where it can in town working five men, and his orders that was most sought after. be hand practising the time A cold! in the head will ofteu pro!
returns in cultivatioj than any other be had, is a clover fi -Id for the pigs to are thirty days ahead. Sawed In making built-up masts, composed on at the every day the during duce a red and inflamed condivi *>f

of our cultivated iiutj.-Farm News. run on, both: as a matter of health and lumber, the poorest quality, sells, of a number of smaller pieces, it is spent of the piano is by the young of people the- the nose. A little cold creim should

economy, as they will keep in good when you can get it, for $160 for a easily possible! to select only perfE."cUysuund assistant and family her careful duty supervisionOf then be applied to the aoro parts. ThnfollowinciiH

rnUop KUincr In Cell ,r. condition, and grow rapidly thereon, thousand feet, and flooring is twenty material. They are usually ; hours uuJoubtf.lIv on.n'to .... : ,
There is a great deal: of rotting with but little other food. cents a foot. The restaurants are all made with a spindle ai big, square practice_ caret a

among potatoes and yours rot probably Where they can be ha ,!..hero shoaid closed because they cannot! buv sui"closed tu'erlei -J( h11111,." Jr-g-zu: :; +d"centre' or heart- t/ a t es the successful teaching of !safe recipe of the for cold best cream lard: Get half it ti a
t pound
a'.l: the because kept 'u be three ; ran BftdtaJBhigSic tor the master. very put
worse a pastures or o..ll because there \f the round of the mast being formed basin and
it water
a pour on boiliug ,
cellar where the tfnmg- tnrptoo1 e ury sows and store hogs is no Hoar to be obtained. There is | by slabs laid on the sides of the Health and Hair when cold drain it oft: i'epeat tbU

o e warm, says the Boston Cul- one for the sows which a-e suckling no hotel and there are no lodging t j spindle.. These parts are not alwaysa !The and' influence Iressiug.of hair process three times; then after quite

tivator to a correspondent iu Pawlet.Vt. pigs, and one for the young pigs when 1iousas. single piece. As a matter of fact, style is of freeing the lard from water bdat it to a

The bulk of the crop where many weaned. With such arrangements the "What in the world thesepeople are the spindle' itself in its length is ccrn- the dressing fair a topic health importance reformer to cream with a fork aud scent it wi'(' -.
potatoes are grown should be storedin most economic management: may lie going to do before the season is over posed of two or three pieces scarred sex. Every sense of beranlot. "
is bound to that
pits; and some lime sprinkled over had. Dry sows and shoats or store J cannot say. Every building on the or spliced together, and the slabs the of the and of hair The nostrils should} never be touched .
them as they are put in. The lime pigs need but little, if any other load Main street is either a saloon with a bolted to the sides are often leugth- days chignon The Grecian with the fingers. To wa/diTTieTif, a,
dries the moisture and prevents the than the pasture affords-especially: if gambling outfit or a dance house. I ene.l jn the same manner, the scarvesin pads are past. present little hot water should be sniffed up
of the hair in which
spread/of rot should! it b3 in. We of clover-while the sow's sucklingpIgs There are only two stores, which be- i the slabs, however, not being style dressing with and, the hairis and theu t'jected.-Chicilgu iecord.1'uNhion .
think that rot in potatoes is-due to a requirt pasture and some feeding, long to the companies, respectively, I brought opposite to those in the cen- pads are dispensed
into coil behind
deficiency of carbon in the tuber ow- and the pits; when three or four weeks the Alaska Commercial company and I tral spindle. The finished stick is gathered a simple ,
ing either to disease: of the vine and old a'so!' need extra food. There should the North American Transportationand I usually banded with hoops of iron, is a return to a classic and healthy Note

leaves or their destruction by the potato also be had a pen into which the pits Trading company. They close at r and is subject, only as a solid stick fashion. There may be obections; on Rose piuk'eh.et turbans are much
the of itself variable the theatre.
taste at
beetle. The sap goes from root could slip, that they may be fed to live o'clock becau they have no can- might be, to decay. In another score "a seen
to leif, where, if the leaf be whole and themgel es. The extra or third pasture dies or oil to burn. There i is absolutely '! method that is often used on the coastof condition-to the "boy's, or short- The tiniest of tiny monograms are

healthy, it is filled with cu'bon from mentioned, if connected with tlie no place to go. There will be no | Maine the round of the timber is cropped hair, as a feminine style: but in vogue on smart stationery.
where health considerations intervene
the carbonic acid gas which the leaf one in which the suckling sows run, is more steamers he-e; until next July. : formed of three pieces instead of a :: Salted peanuts are strong rivals of
has absorbed from the air, and this ia the place to feed the suckling pigs, "The people are still coming in over I spindle nUll slabs. Most of the deap- there should be no objection to the the salted almonds at womeu'u lunch-
of this latter mode
what makes the starch of the tuber.If aud if older pig run in here, a pen the trail without provisionThe police water ships built nowadays have lower adoption especiallyfor tons. .
diseases of the hair
the FRp is not charged with carbon should be built to feed them iu; thau. here are driving every one down I masts of iron. mire girls. Many traceable to the of Black velvet capes,- trimaled with

by the leases, it makes the potato wheu weaning time conies they willIe the river as ha arrives, and the companies I There is at the present time lyingat the clearly It is to reigu be (chinchilla are much worn by the
watery and waxy. It is! then easily accustomed to the placeand it will will assist in pushing out of i the South street pier a big American chignon.that what is only rational in the regretted I younger women.
the victim of the spores} which in any be an easy matter to sliut them into town all persons who are not supplied i wooden schooner whose three
modern headdress does not extend to The neck scarfs of sable, with manyBends
potato crop are nowadays produced iu this pasture for extra feeding with food. masts!' are all different. It is an unusualcase -
the chest and to the feet. But tails: auJ ca.n, are affected by
abundance and which cause rot. There Altogether for the improvement in "The condition of affairs is very; i but the explanation is simple. our
I the tailor made
fair readers should know that girl.
is no ytor when some potatoes will the condition and health of swine, the precarious here. There a possibility; 1 When she came from the Maine shipyard singe
hot i">t. But lime spread over them pro luction of better aud more whole of there being bloodshed on account where she was built, her masts ing the hair is of not the slightest use Hugenot caps are added to the tops'

corrects the deTicieu "ies of the potato some pork it i is certainly of the first, of the starving population. The store i were,all of wood, built up. In the as a measure for hair stimulation.New .- of many of the short full, puffed

BO far as it can: reach its juices. It is importance to keep them! as much a" sell nothing, and are uiiiy partially I course of time her foremast showed York Ledger.A sleeves of evening lM>dices.

possibly this as muh: as its drying effect possible! out on the )broad, airy 1 pis. filling orders in rotation to the best of signs of decay antI it was condemned It is a great mistake to put too
which checks the spread Vol rot. tures. It does not Yake many generations theirability. I do not dare to move and taken out. She was at that timein Woman' Club of Indian 5quxwi.. much handsome trimiiiitig on a hat. A

of confinement and lark of succulent until I am first settled. Caches, where : New York and a spai-muker: of Erie The Maine Federation of Women's little of a better; quality produces a

Poor Fund dukes t'oir :Manure. food with excessive fatness as individual supplies are kept, are being ; basin had: a handsome stick of Oregon Clubs has: admitted to membership a better effect.Many .

There are a few points of prime iui- is produced from corn feeding, to nightly robbed, and people are .on the I pineout of which a foremast was made. club of squaws, which will hold sales i of the demi-trained dress

I poriauce in the production of manures break down and destroy the vital energy qui Y YP. In several instances thieves Later! on dejay appeared iu her main- and give entertainments to raise money skirts are cut with nine gores; and at

:: and the experience of scientific of any animal: and especially so have been detected and shot, and I do mast. She was in an English port for charity, just as the clubs of white the back aom are box pleated and

iuvestigators is free to all who care to of swine, as is attested where confinement not dare to leave this place without then and it was cheaper to get an women do. others fan pleated.

learn.: We might expect that the/ and high feeding has!' been the some one in it, for to lose our supplies I j iron mast, which was fitted in place This latest development of thewoman's The tiny empire fans :are just the

quality of the manure will depend rule. -J. I. Baird. at this stage of affairs in Dawson I in due l'ourse.-Xew York Sun. club movement is the Wa- I nicest' sort of a gift for a debutante
the character of the feed. Poor --- would Death. --- ----- ba-na-ki club of Indian Island. Its
upon simply mean- Money friend, whose bull attire is the delight
food makes pool manure and vice Poultry Note can't buy food and the actual staple ; Au Aluminum Houae.A. membership is liaiited exclusively! to of her frivolous little heart.

,"ers&. Thefe[' is no magic iu nature, Put the growth on the chicks before of life, flour, is unobtainable." ;, F. Howes of Weymouth, Mass, the squaw of the Tarratine tribe .
\ ehe is a very strict accountant, and freezing weather conies, for theu iiwill '___ .m __ has! recently secured patents in this which occupies the government. reservation One; cannot use too many ostrich
Just to give for value received. But it take more feed and the chicks will The Trade In I.ocustn. j} country and in Ca dada on a portable oa Indian Island on the feathers this season.' If the hat becomes -

often will happen that the feed givento 'stop growing. Locusts are regularly shipped from j aluminum house, which when packed Penobscot, opposite Old Town. overloaded they can stray into

stock does not cost either; iu }>:o- Tile duck is what we call a "\vateifowl Algeria! to 1.onon. where they a- e I j for transportation is in three compact The idea of the club originated with the neck ruche or on a cape or muff.:

portiou to its feeding value nor in proportion ," aad yet Mr. Kaukin! the noted worked iipby manufacturers of guano. I I I bundles and weighs but 130: pounds, Mrs. Helen Coffin "Beedy, author of The dolman style of wrap is likely,

to the value of manure produce poultrymau\ of the east, raised duck? Tim information is of unusual interest ] including the stove and sundry cooking "Mothers of Maine. Some months to have a rather iviweJcome: reception.It .

!. A relatively poor feed in with, only enough water for drinking now, owing to the report of a pur- '! utensils that go With if. The ago she became interested in the peo- is so di.licult to move one's anus

these respects may be high iu price, purposes.Do chase for the English markets of Argentine \ Klondike! home, as it is called, will ple of Indian' Island, an .1, being an when wearing u garment of thin sort
while that feel which is rich be Jousts which house four and enthusiastic'clab woman, proposed tQ
may not feed heavy one day and! may compete comfortably people, that it would be small wonder if seu-
bought low. Few would believe that light the next, bat gi\e the poultry; with the African article. In this connection besides being built in such a way that the squaws( of the island that they sibe! women refused to accept the
a ton of good clover hay is a more valuable report of the British consul-i t its inmates are well protected from the form a woman's club. The proposition fashion.. .
much need anti
just as as they IK
feed for some sttickandprotinces!' general in Algiers is of importance I coldest weather, it is fireproof, a feature was well received, and within a
more; and give it to them at regul.ii There is nothing more becoming to
more valuable! manure than a ton of Algeria had two flights of locusts last j which is of no small importancewhen few weeks an organization was ef
ti.' es each day. the woman than u hat of dark
fected. The club from average
corn. And yet the experimeuters so year. That the visitations in that i one considers the strong inclination name comes
teach. I Keep as many fowls on the farm a? country are of magnitude is shown of prospectors overheat their the tribal title of that branch of the velve. When loosely laid over the
I can properly care for. There i it i.- Maine Indian tribe to which the Tar- frame and caught down with brilliant
The elements of prime importancein you when it is stated that the area over j j, stoves in order to keep one half com-
no danger of the market becoaiiuj raiine tribe belongs. -New York Jour pins or jewels and finished with a little -
manure are nitrogen, phosphoiic t which the eggs were laid last year was j: fortable. -Washington Star. I
overstocked and to sell rich trimming, it is the ideal
having poultryaud nal. very .
acid and potash, an Ilf the feed contains 421,500 acres, while 2jO,120 bushesof ;I ----- '
these constituents goad measure I eggs below the cost raising.. -young locusts were destroyed, and i Another Death Dealer. headgear.

the excrements will ('o.tain themto I To keep fowls free from: vermin and these are said to be below the real i itigares. Military experts are at present interested Home M**_.!. for Beauty. Peplums, which arc aided to Russian -

almost the same extent. For it i.s Ii disease needs constant attention aud a The barriers o' lines of dei i I i in a new self moving car, You may use massage for obesity, blouses, jacket bodices, surplice

quite well settled that frqm f.r to 90 good deal of dirty and disagreeable fence, made of the "Cyprus appara-j'I' which is to be a veritable carriage of for rheumatism, .for weariness aud for waists and similar garment ,are shapedin
wrinkles. For all these ills
|er cent. of these constituents' are re- work. But you cannot etlect.to. succeed tus," or of zinc, extended over 322: : death. It i iM to be driven by a sixteen- to which various ways. Some are crenelated,
tovered in the excrements. Hence, f' unless you give them this atten miles, while 27.113 ditches were dug I! horse power engine at the rate of femininity is heir it is excellent. others cut iu oval tabs or sharp Van

if we feed stuff that ii rich in these tion. at the foot of these to catch the young : over forty miles an hour over a country Massage of the body should always dykes, and also in circular form, withor
elements the manures resulting will locnsjs. The damage for the year is.I reasonably level. The climax aril follow and never precede-a-hot bath.' without pleats at the back.

also be rich. Headers of the Epito-, Floorless houses! well .Handed" permits estimated at about S50OOO.o:1ton: f purpose of this remarkable machine ia! After bathing and being vaporized: ; Theatre wraps are elegant and elaborate
the hen to "kill time, and tc the flesh ia much and
more supple
twist dmbtle know that the follow\ Transcript. to carry two rapid-firing cannon. One in the extreme. They are immensely
an'd I
secure : By scratching, ii flexible.
ing common foods contain these ele- 'with -- i! man only is needed to run'this terrible i iI' large and full, and as pro
the foundations are well built consists in -
tienta in large measure and in the Mnoktnc Statistic wheeled weapon of war, and this same : Massage rubbiugkneading fusely trimmed'as the most extravagant -
4fIA stone no refuge is afforded for rats and I' and pounding with the all
Holland holds the first in the
larder mentioned: Cotton cake, linseed place man also attends to the firing and. ball costume. Velvet plush ai<|
insects world as n nation of smokers. Every the fleshy parts of the body. A mas-
meal, peas, beans, bran, oats, loading. brocade are the favorite materials,aud
clover hay, and these feeds will give Warm, substantial henhouses that Dutchman consumes, on an average, sage treatment is, therefore difficultto fur, lace and niching! the approved
the richest manures. It is not claimed do not have to be artificially heated 10!) ounces a year '1 he Belgian comes I Cloth Woven "On the Bias. manage if one has no maid but it garniture.The .

that these feed stuffs are better than mean a saving in feed and an increase a good second with an annual consumption In a process for weaving cloth "on can be done by the use a longhandledrubber shoulder still
I in eggs. Houses that neither of eighty followed the bias" the weft is brush. The movements must cape wrap
for fattening but first are ounces, woven diagonallyinto
corn purposes, tinues in style, and probably h
be and the treatment not 'a.
that they yield the richest manures wind nor ryeather'proof: are ,a sourceof closely by Turkey with seventy ounces t' the warp, so that when the piece *. very cured a place that will make idiffi.
continual loss. Fowls lose their and the United States with sixty-::: is cut straight across the bias material long.
that the elements
second cult it. It is
and they supply I Iu of the face if the skin to supplant comfortable1
natural hardiness and vigor when win- Germany, France, Spain and Italy t is obtained. Ordinary looms can bemodified massage
especially necessary 'for all is sensitive redness is apt to follow. easily put on and very stylish. Suchwraps
their heels while, for the work: and the cloth
tered' in 'artificially heated house tread closely on ,
stock. Hence it is becoming to almost
good are
growing The..fingers should be dipped in olive ever
Build them warm as' boards lath Great Britain comes comparatively ,can be used for clothing, as well as
as ,
sometimes to sell and the stoutest
woman even
policy corn buy oil to prevent the chafing of the skin. being able
and ban make them and low en the list with twenty-three 'for the purposes for which bias
There of the.vear plaster paper to them if diti \
wear properly d.
!;.ran. are seasons The face should be very lightly pinched : and 11
if possible located} a sheltered spot. I-ounces.. ":-, f I' ateiial is usually employed. '
when bran is very low in car lots, as amid kneaded. The movement must shaped to the- figure. ,
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DANGEROUS. f "GOlWAN''GCT'lvraKAWK.The C- GOOD ROAD OF AMERICA.SCHEME ,plucked when,hvin-.. lrnec1 -sJ: 5 IN PALESTINE. I JI J .

Noted American Indian Actress loose, they'd give tis(.a :.0... LU ..pounds :IJ' 't'Tk No. 2m.I

6tBtiatJce Show He leApt to Commit Who Has"Wen Distinction Abroad. again later. We got'" ceu'a pound iM" to Bring Together the I Thisquar-

/Crime at 29. Go-Wan-go Mohawk, says a writer In SCHEME FOR A CRAND for these breast-fe-. .. 'sWe, added, ? r ed 31 embers of Israel. oak ter-wwtd writing _

It Is a singular fact yet one KubEtantlatcd -. the* Puritan, is av American Indian TRANSCONTINENTAL HIGHWAY. I plunging his ba .. gf'F} into the IJ l.gu object that the poor will be -tXXn a---3; i3 '5 desk is polished
ic;rr_ I
statistics that most yielding mass fr' .: ss. "This liko a
by woman who has recently attracted attention '. ; 1y ones to immigrate to Pales- I piano. It
'crime' is committed in Xew York by She I quality don't yo .t a ring. Those., .1J.? W it h aa9Iachbeveled
Is hy
I on the English stage. General Roy L. Stone, Chief of the Hood j jKoads I ; Is just those that wePrithee '-. 'r- _
moo tjrcnty-nlne {pears old. This is a daughter of the chief Ga-ne-qua. Bureau in the Department ofAgriculture in the other !Sit", the inferio ::: :t1fNfff how else shall vre make L' plate visas

not only true of tjfie lesser but also of known to Americans as Dr. Allen Mo- '!Suggests How Such avNa- I-grR e. I a r to keep theni{ (roads and plant our trees? Xo menireoirnov .:?& in top and a

the greater although a man is Gowanda N. lions Thoroughfare Slight Be Bnilt. se arnte." :PJ. $.it- of the I i deepdrawerbelow.
crimes hawk. -She was born at Eurasian exemplar, the ..1. .. Arttstfcj -
of his I Geese ,Ii t wholly pluck.\ :z-& !vf, .
presumed to" be at that period Y., on the Cattaraugus reservation, is A good many incomplete references, /ijbtlthetJc "()ver-man." Perhaps he Is

life not only in the zenith: of his physical R tsscendant of the old and famous some of them misleading, have been and dd7 4tY. be pll1cketl. Mhd" ..:!i p1y to evolve. Do you suggest that anner -- also French finished 1er: _

btjt"also in full and complete pos6esJ chief Red Jacket, and belongs to the made to the suggestion of General I h _: ''' om the WRn oihstools ennobling of scattered Israel in mahogany.|

and 'fhe all
*' c plete appreciation of right won success in a play of her own creation concerning a grand highway to I big, c to nnti- eI 1ltlsm? Simple heart is our epeclaipricefor-
; s r breasts of tbi .
conse e yellow ;
wrong and their respective especially in conservative England cross the continent. What he actually I apr do you not see it is just for our good: this $10 desk.
bi@ $bare and iu the
quences. This condition is a problem Is a matter of comment even iu SAggeste/I was that: pimply not our bad-qualities that we are persecuted .Mall orders filled promptly.)
which has not been solved by the stu- : stmftgit1ay1ight. as they are dive We will mail anyone free of all
these days of progressive women. 'A great national highway might be ; ? A juglery-pecious: :; enoughfor
I tetlieir charges our new 1U: page Spclall'ata-
dent of criminology, and one wblcb When Miss Mohawk was last in :\ewshe' constructed, called, perhaps, 'The "' covering. 'Rip rip the moment-with the word "good:"* logue,containing Furniture Drarertes,
made the more complex by the fact I '.L\t. ii.the: only sound in the place; forceful Lamps Stoves 'Crockery. Mirrors
York, headed a great parade Great Roart of America, which should, Jtluicker. "struggle-for-life" qualities, : Pictures. Iteddiag, Itefrigeratcrs. Baby
twenty- are too busy to talk
that the ages of twenty-one Tammany braves which occurred there first join together the states along the1 .. ; ; substituted for spiritual, for ethical. Carriages etc. This is tho must complete -

seven and forty-live years nearly equal some six years ago. Off the stage she Atlantic seaboard; then strike acrd&if 1beje.s thi: the eye of the manager is on / nd yet to doubt that the world would all postage.book ever Our published lithographed and we Carpet pay

It:, with the intervening years showinga j I /s quite as Interesting as upon it. She the country on a central line, saytrom? f I ; some are not working at so -ami does-respond sympathetically to Ca'alogue. showing carpets in colors is
It is lill'h a. bird, but by the hour or to also for the
of crime. yours asking. If
far less.percentage criminal ten- was educated at a girls seminary at Washington to San Francisco, joiniSi': ; :::t>1y off: some past obligation. Only the finer elements so abundantly in Israel samples are wanted mall us carpet fie. in

indeed peculiar that the I Painesville, Ohio, and besides speaking there another line which conne ti,: le the is it not to despair of the world. cf stamps. There is no reason why you
0 ould be so strong at twenty- ... >al'ific'l'oast th' (lj t younger women can !speak' Eng- humanity? In should pay your local dealer CO per _
icyv English fluently she knows something 8tat i on the ; B1rO j'lish. A such a world what guarantee : cent. profit when you can buy from
nine, with no such inclination, so far ascrimlnalNrtatistics I of French and German.: Physically tA be built, not by the genernj'e -.:! the country goose-plucking, where against the pillage of the Third the mill. Drop a lino now to tho

show, in as great a I Graceful meat alone but the rta ( 1 squeaking goose has her long neck Temple? And in such moneyoave.B.JULIUS .
she Is remarkable. as by J twisted round under the a world were:
degree for the succeeding sixteen I the deer of her own forests, she possesses such arrangements as they inag4L and is robbed of her Tinder life worth living at all? And, even HINES & SON,
outburst of ,, ,,, glory
years and then another is within their borders and(. Jj with Palestine for ultimate Baltimore
condition Is strength which la. a woman own 9:. ,Jhe very eyes of the hissing,rebellious goal: do Md.
the animal in man.: This the terri 'i' counsel
government through ; :you delay, a nursing of the Please mention this
gander, is more spirited paper.
found to be true'by: actual figures, and and its own lands and reservations;Is particu- Zionist flame. a gradual education and
.kr1y when, after the ordeal the
us all statistical computations at which built not by taxation of the states. or; ( preparation of the race for a g1''at'con- ---- --
:P..h(1ked victims find themselves free
average conditions are sought to be determined the people, but practically out of ifo daddle off in loud conclave mak-, scious historic role in the world's future -

are arrived at by this method, I own benefits. I have seen so muclioV a forty years' wandering: in the
dignant ado their Tobaccowin
LI t over treat-
JO may the student of this subject, as the benefits of good roads, and of the mfltThe' east-side I wilderness to organize or kill off the
well as the Insurance magnate who advance in the value of lropertyalong !Ti4h'ebasernent is tame iu miscellaneous rabble-then will you
bases his!' rates on the general average their lines, that I see the possibility S". dreamer, turn a deaf ear to. the cry of

of losses In proportion to the risks ," of building even a great national thoroughfare 1' oViSfodoK f. Jews millions oppressed to-day? Would you care well, have a bright,

taken, and docs so with full safety, I I II II II costing ten or twenty thou- II in the '"i of use all goose-grease their food ignore the appeals of these hundreds of

employ it in solving the problem before I k L '.. sand dollars a mile, and building it ultimately I lard 13 I vll'-'i p1Cration. -ibitel, and even butter, telegrams I !:, of these thousands of petition rich color and flavor, withgoodburning

him. Charles K. Baker, chief clerk to out of its own benefits, by a pretcb' ,. ? with myriads of s.pnatr.re: for S .iftt
I is i' jthe c-ooking of certain properties, i if : IIy
Superintendent Lathrop of the New temporary use of the government or I the sake of !some visionary perfectionof

L York bureau of statistics has made this I I 4'I. state credit, to tide over until those I dishesJJibIigation the ..'ini .. of makes necessary to-morrow? Xa '. nay. the cartoonof supplied with a fe tjie.} containing -
L 7&iM'fl' iption
subject one of close study, and will benefits can be realized. many geese. the Congress shall brinjr itself to '
The flesh bf4ebose; is liked also (ff
I at
showingthis but that sucha .* actual
soon have completed a table "There is no question pas!' Against the 11.tur'sqwai1c'rs!
i not only'1. '"i"ws of that populousneighorhooi'ty 9*>&tt
to be true- lIe has already completed road would benefit property to the at the ruins of the t(>IDple'all shall beset
the Germans
one relative to murderers servIng extent of five miles on either side of .i i ( as the no I loss picturesque: peasants:'
wefl\so! the weekly killing and plucking -
life sentences in the prcal Institu- t I it. Suppose that property were to be i" v f the long-billed cracklers assumes mowing the H'fl1.'ho e harvest 5 is at
tions, and its figures hear out the general assessed with a long term of paymentsin important place in the doings once waving grain and a regenerated

conclusion. lie offers at this time instalments running up to ten or I of that particular vicinity.-Xov,>' York Israel. The stains of sordid traffic shall

no explanation for tills but hopes after fifteen or twenty years, and supposethe Post. be cleansed by the dews and the rains.

he has exhausted: the subject, so far as property actually adjoining the In the Jewish peasant behoH} the ide.il in tM!-.form qf sulphate.

the presentation of figures is concerned road were to be assessed two dollarsan The Antiquity of Gold. plebeian of the future: a son of th? The of
quajfty tobacco is improved
set forth reasons for instance, and the next soil yet also a of -
to be able to acre Gold was probably the first metal son the spirit. And

why these years should be productiveof half mile back a little less, and the I observed and collected, because of the what fair fioriage of art and literature by that form of Potash.Our .

the most crimes. next a little less, and so on, but always i instinctive understanding of its intrinsic may not the world pain from this rp.-it

.1 kTi giving the party owning the i value. About it superstitionsgrew purified nation. carrying In its bosom books will tell!you just what to use.

A 5evr Method of JIghting. ,!I --55-! -- .. -- property the privilege of selling out religious and ceremonious rites, the experience of the agesZang- They are free. Send for them.

A novel method of illuminating the I i -.----- -GO-W-AX-roo. MOHAWK.--- ---- I. hi-j land at a valuation if he did not I and strange crimes were committed will in Cosmopolitan.At' GERMAN KALI WORKS

new Low library at Columbia university phenomenal. She is a splendid horsewoman choose to pay the assessment, and of ; for its possession in the days when it 93 Nassau St.. New York.

!! is being tried experimentally. : has won several prizes with buying it back again by paying the in- was believed that it was of such stuff a Distance. -

Electricity: describes it as follows: the rifle and is a dead shot with the te-est, if he found he had made a mis ; that the sun itself was nude ana the IIeli>n-Kittle claims to be a follower I p ATEHTS&laventcrs'GO.Patent Guide free. ZDGAR TAT ,
well afford Solicltora.M .
_ "The idea is to gaiu the advantage of bow and arrow. Most remarkable of take.! The government could : fialls of Valhalla paved. Rock paintings of the fashions. flw&yN.Y.'hickoos.

diffusion from a large surface centrally nil. Miss Mohawk makes ah her own to m ke that liberal proposition, and caning of Egyptian tombsearlier Mattie -Well. perhaps she Is, but i16

located, and at the same time to be'T1tj)1a gowns. She is the wife of a Mr. and it would result in nearly all the i than the days of Joseph indicate Is a long ''-:II' behind them.ur" .

,:."'f" t"Mn.-,' l11Ln! tried( is as Charles a former officer In the United present property} owners getting the : the operation of washing aurifer- I .
Ii; !II ,"t:" I act ml hen 1it of the increase of the I .tatoe--------
: I sand and
army. oas :a subsequent melting
I.L I'a-. value of their property, and payingktheassessmeukentirelv : is furnaces by the aid of blow-pipes. box Keep or lr ppin :;%ij cellar.all root vegetables In a .

,, dull whiuL .4 to : rrte "l' ...c.ol'-::''.''''' ;;'__ 'W-rf-vs*. .3t --w-c t isciw-7 -uC'u '' z.jf lU -; .' ;< of. .Nubia so graphically) C.Rgft0rtCot3aOCent$. ,) I
of tho light, intenaetl to di"? thefS."S pines ; !
use that '\ I. .i 'b fi 8 iJ\ :'J. un c 1lJ n:1: ... 'f't .,_ ot.tslt : Putdorus. le-I Irritp"ttWrfcravatiur, :_r>,,rr* agonizing,: Tetter. f>.
.i1ieik. : were el ?? .
by transmission, but is 1t. : z onj All,
lt 0hr
opaque rycles has tallell'lro 'i1 d ) I J b f f itching pkjn diyjjj -
I -? $65f r 1 !! f I __ :" I f' _by the usfe o 1
and intended to diffuse the rays by re t1iat'L.as rtg'gestm,1'; 1.utt, epyered oa the shores of the .He beli, { rflf.lnfo., ""
tbe price of "'of It Is
flection. this typewriters remains e o together with line of ancient wells stJlln.cooling, \IulJ1.j.;. t. ..tsQ eeus'
Upon sphere are directed i the same. In first hands a $100 my experience:: in road building, whib, a box post i>alrt--.brtngs\ intort atone. AltlJeis
the concentrated beams of light I typewriter across the desert the underground J. T. bhuptriue, Savannah, Ga.
still costs I think. with and ,
$100. study care
proper ,
question ---
from hidden workings! where veins had been --- ---- .
eight arc lamps located at ore
possesses practical Interest, because might be npjdied} on a grand scale.Such "Mile :Mark Twain" is what Figaro: or IF TOP OITK THEM HILT.
intervals along the gallery pilas(ers. followed by the pick the rude\ cupel- I'arls. calls the daaghterof Samuel CIem-
there scheme
ought to be a wou'tl in- You
a corresponding decrease arouse great cannot do this unlem you utj4mtnn4 te"*
he moonlight effect is heightened bytii&afifgft ling furnace for assaying!' picks, oilstone ens. and how ,
In the price of terest among the whole people of the sow to eater tottirlr r<'qulrem articles -
.- nnl1 of blue WhICh consti- manufactured } lain} s, mills, mortars and --- -- --'- you cannot "penU years ami Jjliar learn.me by e-i
under similar i circumstances. United State; it would 1 be something How's Thl* ? PE'rlence.ao, muit buy Lilli Icnowlmig acqu.nr-1
tutes thecci\ing, antI the Affect is dafcciibedas Actually the same worthy of the nation ; something wor- I pestles, inclined warming tables of We oiTer Onellnndr Dollars Reward for h7 oIerr: We offer Ujl to you(or o.ty 3ieeot..
fiiif Jn the extreme." machinery used: stone' crucibles and ictorling fur- 4fly i.ato: of Catarrh that can nut be cured by -
Is producing a large portion of the thy of the l beginning: of the twentiethcentury. I niices: of burned tile by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. YOU WANT THEM TO PAY THln
framework the The location of such J. CHEXEY & Co.. ToTMo. O.
wire and mere :a
parts of
Borne WAY
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process could be tracetl.I, We. the urulersigiipd, han>known I J. Cheney
8Drrr.-. tlie movements of road: \vo-lil: have great historic value i even if yon merely keep them a
both machines. for the last 13 years, an-i believe him a JJTrrnlon. In t A
It Is to be regarded that the 'iwh0 Within a :year or two typewriter man- an-1 uportanee. The line along the | Here slaves and hapless p goners lectlr honorable in all business transactiousan por- .der to !laud about!Ie Fowls them.jutllcioualy To 11I..1 ihs you! rutut kaotvomeiblug
of t D'nciallahle waut v.etra
war exchanged their life bl\\ 3d for tcarry out any obliga1
counts on his fingers is not as apt ti3 vkufacturlea have been turned Into blcycTe"faTtOfl Atlantic coast: would be the old post t I tion made bv their firm. selling a book gtrlBg the experience/ > d K-
glittering dust to fill the lit a fractal poultry .-..It rorUU1J JC1
; treasuries of disappointed as the one who counts on | ;-' t little expef..e.As mad in the time of the Revolution. \VESP &;.'l'ttGAXo Wholesale Druggists,Toledo. twenty-five Ie...... It WM wrKwm by aataa who put
I their captor In India and Asia Ohio.WALDIXC aJl his .
j mind,aad tIme.* d money t. raailnj a f\ccoMof -
his friends.- Yonkers Statesman.: the bicycle demand The loute across the Alleghanies might KISNAN & MABVIS Wholesale
felltvff ,
ancl.tbetypewriter .! .,. Minor the powdered washed CtUcken rateiag-not a*a putlra.il a* a
be ore was DrnirziSM' Toledo. Ohio. bwrtncM-aud if
the'Iine wW
demand that the early settlers of j profit 111111. twaBlyrlrayears'
Cranberries may be kept for months lu increased the factories down over smooth, sloping rocks and Hall's Cat 1rrh Cure is taken internally actinIC wvrk.fun OAB MY niaay Chick Annually
crooks or jars and covered with water. were changed: back to the original this region followed when Daniel | in the fleeces dlrertly upon, the Wood and mucous surface : aid make your FwU. ear* OoUara (.r y.o.point 1..
Boone and his comrades the caught gold of sheepskins -' of the system. Testimonials sent free. to, that you mast 'be abi>U d_Wct tiMble Iii
plan. The same might be said of came over ': sunk in tho stream. It l'ritt7e.; per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. tk e Poultry Yard aa sooa aa It appeanS kuovv
Never Awake. the price of watch movements tbe. mountains! to settle these beautiful Hall.*Family Pills are the best. how to remcty. TUto Molt wMl teaoa ye*.
g i: was literally a golden fleece that H tell bow to detect aact cure 4iMuwe; t*fHd tot
home people will never wake up till the cost of which. constitutes the principal plains. The line across: the Rocky !'i Jason brought back from the Caucasus. Strong glass Las superseded tin and Iron 'U.ADd a..tsrtstteatg; wWchfowki Ie savfor

lR; t horn blows, anti then they'II-\| if cost of a watch. The machinery In a mountains might be. the line of Lewis : Further north, and following- in the making of many utensils to the should hreedlB knew porpoaea oa thta; ivbject 8Ad recytJUnff t*make U UMl,teIta&o..u]. yoj

that's the horn for dinner. D(="lays are dangerous watch factory can be adapted at little and Clark ami Fremont, and when we : the eastern foothills of Mount Ararat housekeeper's great advantage. Tin and Seat postpaid far'wety-Ave oeoti U M.pL

and ruinous. Thousands: say it cost to the manufacture of either bicycles struck the Pa'ific coast we would other metals hitherto used tarnish readily, Book Publishing House
10 the southern slope of the Ural and are liable to taint the food.
sti I ike the oldest road in all our, history 134 lx09A 11'. )C. T. City.
they hain't; put oft an opportunity, they or typewriters. The cost of mountains iu Russian Siberia where,
.woud: have been rich and happy. Some watch rwveinems has decreased the. C.rnina Peal, the great Spanish ; To Cure a Cold In One Day.

never crippled know by it they, and have all the rheumatism while in pain until, that one jf the best of watches can be so tile royal highway which joined tog th- ;i the last old year mine.millions, the were ancient taken Scythians out of Druggists Take!Laxative refund. Bromo zaon.'y Qalnine if it fail Tablets.to cure- 25c.AU I HERE IT IS !
Catholic missions
of the
thinking it will pass!' of!. But Ft. Jacobs bought now for om'-halt what It would Oil never delay?, and is always wt It goo straight to its work of cure In a with it something that would inspir'ethe scraped out the glittering 850.000; franrs during the jear ending Octo- --
business way, and cures rheumatism in any person explains why the price of : dust and nuggets with tho !.\ng? her 31, 5,000,000 francs less than the year be-
entire nation. It is
form and at its worst stage. It's a liver the writing machines is a$ high now any new | of wild boars' antI carried theif gain fore. Want to learn an about

.meJy.Hupsr.. as ever If not higher, as to equllgradt's. scheme; it is not any new idea. It in bags of leather.-ollel'n. Home! How to rick Out 1/
-- -- was the idea of Jeflersoa: and Madison away WiusJo\s's! Soothing 5-ynip for children OoodOne* Know
It is the teething, Imperfections -
everlasting trust and : softens the
ricM, hominy, farina, oatmeal and combination of interests antI Gallntin an'I many other great I i Machinery.---- _ _- tlon; allays pain cures gutnvreihiciiij, wiuit eoiic.:;:;intlaiiima-?.&! bottle I and so Guard agaiurtFiand
the like are beet! kepi in bags and boxes in a among manu I
cool. dry closet facturers that keeps the men who helped to start the national I The Libellous :\lirr'I -. I : Detect DiOf'14t and
up price of Dried EJf>
fruits best I ct a Cure when Is
nre kept in bags and same
---- .-- -- --.---.--- .--- typewriters. The road wheh: led through Pennsylvania, :i
-- trust markets all tbe Xo doubt the human ruce won] I bung upon adrj walIbutthey may also be I possible? Tell the Ag" by

Fcrofula and standard machines and controls the Ohio antI Indiana, and reached as far consider it little short of universal!' well preserved: f if properly dried, in boxes. tbf' Teeth* Wl>"t to un the Different P -t3 of tU.

trnde. The: trust must' pay enormous as the Mississippi river." |'tragedy if there wer no looking Chew Star Tobacco -The Animal! How to Show a Hone Properly? AU thl,
AM other blood dividends. That i is why the cost of ---- | glasses. Yet in spite of their widespread Smoke Pledge Cigarettes.By I and other Valuable! Information can bo obtained by
reeling our 1OO-PAUR
typewriters! I is maintained G003E-PLUCKINC.: I it is : IW.UMTRATEO!
at the top use an astonishing fact IIOILSE
Diseases are promptlyAnd notch of and by Japan will awake to the fact HOOK which we Mill forward poetINLid. -
prices. notwithstanding thegreat that jve have never s<>?'j on/weltes .
/ :: as on receipt of only -5 in
O<1<1 Scone iu a New York lall.rn"1'hprp \ that she whipped China for the benefit of eeutw sansp.
Permanently Cured reduction In the cost of manu- I \\ U'oJnPure the Worker :I! others see us. In first/place/ the the European Towers.

ra ct nrc. business; !'1 I reflection in tho mirror; does not por- BOOK PUB. HOUSE
Hood's An important function of ,
By Sarsaparilla. tray our likeness Wlt.'l any attempt at Fits permanently cu red. Noflteornerrou!'-
the side is the
east after
weekly gooseplucking ; ness first days use f.r Dr. Kline's
.'\ ProgrcFosi"c.oman.. The bail is in Nerve Hf' .tor Great 131 Leonard St., >. V. Cttr.8S052 .
carried on sometimes accuracy. wrong tone, r.S<:!trial hoUle and treatise tree
If yoii suffer from Walker I'm much by a DL It. il. KLi.i,, LtJ.
-- very afraid my private individual and his family the eyes are not correct in color, and WI Arch t..l'jij1a.Pa.Different ,

Any form of Blood wife is going to have brain trouble: sometimes by a poultry-dealer, w ho, I i our complexions art hopelessly libel I ed kinds of food should le kept I :

nt'd(>r\What makes you think so? by this specious household deceiver.It serate from each other.
: his assistants so much a bird.
Disorder, you should Walkor-Last Sunday when she rturnedrt'rom ('- pays is certain: 'thai if the looking glasses r .
The pluckers are invariably women i I rould not '
get along without Pif
; Curt
Take church she repeated the and spoke the truth the sale of various for Consumption. always UHkS WuiLfl AtL tUL FAILS.
Hood's and and young girls, some are experts : (ure? -iJre. E. C'
tt>xt. and never said a word about what complexion washes would decrease to' MOCXTOK, Needbam, Mas_ October 3U, 18W.! Best Cough Syrup. TSaLC,Good. tee W
at the trade. The plucking begins : in time. 5Id by druggiuL
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Cnly Hood's.J I the other women bad on. 1 half for any fa'r skin looks ancIl A basket U
about three o'clock on Thursdays, in gray tept on a swinging shelf Is the ,

_ --- -- -- anticipation of the early buyers on pallid in the glass, and numbers of proper, .receptacle. for eggs.
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who Lave -
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women splendid -- --
complex -
Friday morning, which is'market-day -- -
: ions ruin them} by trying to improve
in that section.' The plucking continues :;

until Friday afternoon, and : them because they look bad in the

ambitious ringers:; spry at the task mirrjr. You may be certain that,
strip off threat quantities of feathers in : liuws bno.er plain your face seem, it is EVERY MAN HIS WN n DOCTOR L LByJ.HamiltonAyersA.LLD.

that time and reap quite a harvest of ;I ; means so plain as it appears in

nickels. Five cents '. goo e is theI I the telltale mirror. Secondly, you

I- cannot assume your natural expression I IJL.
highest yrico fl. I any dealer. .
Th sc-cue of the goose-pucking: i> while peering in the looking glas This is a most Valuable Book for

Biscasecan odd enough to unaccustomed A Tlie eye must be in a certain position 4i the Household! teaching as it does
eyes. i
; /rf, the easily-distinguished .
before Syrnotoms
at all and
can see the
I basement:; down to which a stepladder you eye, I e of different Disease the Cause,'

gives entrance, is the workroom. The so: far as expression is concernedgov ( I and Means of Preventing:: such l'f! 11

big, biu-ike: compartments, barrels erns the face. The consequence is I 4, eases, and the Simplest Revhicb II
will ( i
that can !' of or cure.
you only one
antI boxes for stowing away the feathers : your expressions I / : I.:!

and the benches on which the. in the glass, and that expression : -I 598PACES//4 ,

pluckers sit are the chief features of : is one of attentive examina tl : .:. (;'

be driven in or driven out. Ayer's Sarsa- furnishing. The air in this under- : tion. All the other' expressions by -V-. c-; -. -. day Tbe English Book:Li, written and is in free plain from every the-

house plucking place is misty with :' wbich your friends know you, favorable ;.- technical terms which render meet

drives the drifting down that adheres to the i or unfavorable, you have never Doctor Books so valueless to the
parilla disease
out of the blood. Many ceiling and settles the !I t seen and never will see.-London ,- t------.,-, ;' generality of readers. This Book isinteo.led
clothing ; _
Answers. .. to be of Servtce in the a
1p,4 of the workers. The hair of the girls : t Family An I is so worded all to be

medicines suppress disease- cover it but don't anti the wigs of the older women are A Puzzle. 7 readily understood by all. Only

decorated with tiny white feathers. ; Willie Addlepate-There's one thing 60 CTS. POST-PAID. I I

cure it. Ayer's Sarsaparilla cures all diseases The geese are killed according to the !: I cawn't understand, dqncherno! to foN and After ToHnj.: (The low price only being made
possible by the immense
Jewish method and i iS9on edition printeJ Xot >nlydoe* this Book: contain so
are plucked Chollie
as Xoddlekins"What's that? much Information Relative to Diseases but very properly gives a Complete
in blood. after as may be, as the feathers j \ViIlie \ddlepate-Why. when we Analysis of everything pertaining to Courtship. Marriage an-1 the Production

4 originating impure quit the skin more easily when the j stop to consideh-aw-how uncom. and Rearing of Healthy Families; together with Valuable Recipes an I Pre-
"1 flesh is warm. (scriptions.. Explanations of Botanical Practice, Correct twe of Ordinary Herbs.
foitable! it is in
a crowd-why, aw- New Edition Revised and Enlarged with Complete Index. With this Book in
l "It's a pity that one coating of I/cawn't sr.e why it is that there are the how'!there is no excuse for not knowing what to do in an emergency. Don',

feathers is all we can get," said the '.always more people in a crowd than wait until you have illness in your family before you r>rd..,.. hut sen t at once

manager of a Ridge street goose-pluck- tlere where there is for tbl valuable rolume. ONLY CO CENTS POSTPAID.IeuiJ postal I
are no !
) notes or of denomination
A A M I ing. '"If them birds could Lave beeu 'j J TJ'"k postage stamps any not larger than 5 cents.
HOUSE 134 Leonard Street, N. Y. City. I
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NEWSY' LOCALGATI4ERED GLEANINGS. r .,PERSONAL NO Capt l among I To All Subscribers. -r-( There will be a meeting of the Advertising Rate
the vdItr \ .
( tike Veduesday.Lawt -
Abe We have: been so unfortunate as [Fruit Growers' Association -next Oar advertising .
Senator Crosby was, I ;rates will i> ai reasonable
IN ciTY AND NEIGHBORHOOD Monday. t Frank I 's *y was in to have lost the record book of me Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. 'a;* consistent with keeping up a good news!
Bradford'sicli 0 Wednesday, paper. It Is the purpose of the publisher to
-'. .. Maj. T. E. Dug made 'a ADVOCATE, showing the standing I The directors and all members fcwue a clean attractive newspaper\sltli oaljmch -
------ .. Col. C. L.lisonville. last week in advertisements
of the I a proportion of
:: : Bal t.ow Saturday.Mrs. ;: Subscribers. A great many are requested to be present as the as wm
tttHS PERSONAL, PERTINENT.I &: PECULIAR. r i pine Friday (:' insure that aU will be seen aiM rend, and non"--
have paid for several mt.nths'head will be for the of'
Link of Lawtey was she up meeting purpose buried behind<< a mas of others. Rate will
r. E. D. Pies collector of while there that'I II be uuiTwm and vill ba made tmOWaosppit-
in the city Tuesday. are more devising ways and means of avoid- oatil !I.
) The .electric':/lights are giving County, was iTuestlay,
j Mr. Kite Lake Butler'g mars I are in arrears. ing the increased enormous- ..... -
perfect satisfaction A. V Long ckson-
was in the city Friday. We would like every subscriberwho press charges. irigh School Dots

Dr. 'A.-' :L. Scott has His medicines Mrs. Henry Foutz and ,daughlel n professional s Wed- I has paid in advance, to call Carl how does your knuclc I.I I.
E. E. Canova has taken
stored In the McMurry build- were in the city Monday: or drop us a card, stating about poses- know
a girl that likes!
> Turner, one s sion of the City Market and will to wa
ing.i ../' Mr.and :Mrs. William Tyson spent s d business men was in \ how they stand. To those that sell across the stage
: you good juicy meats. Gi\e
last.Tuesday in Lake Butler. for the would be
at work re- nesday owe us paper, we
Carpenters are now .
him a call. The little folks
jntde\ing\ the mammoth store of E. :Mrs. E. A. Todd of Lawtey was visiting Mr. E. Johns returned home ay pleased for them also to let us -- the at enjoy. skipping-
: R. rope recess.
Strong. : :Mrs. S. J. Stmiburg Saturday.Mrs. after spending several days in't tiow the amount that they are Council ITlcets. .

The ADVOCATE office i if] i indebtedto B. Haynes of Hampton is vis- Florida.Dr. 'ile[ : btpd to the paper and call on The city council met Tuesday Nick Carter why oh why are t

I iting Mrs J. v. Haynes of this city. Mark Anthony, Lake Butle u d settle, or send the amount evening to consider and calculatethe you so quiet these days?
& Co. the enter-
R. Davis '
.J. f
Insurance Agents, for some j Jerry Moore a prosperous farmer promising young physician, was ir to : If any one has beeno costs of enlarging the electric All of the girls seem to think

fine prising office calendars' for 1898. I living near Hampton, was in the city town Monday.Col. o -; :ipm. the }mailing list who light plant, also to get informa- Mr. Kearst is such a handson.a/'.

I Friday. E. Hill of Gainesville passed ti ..... rs, we would like fort tion from a reliable source.in regard and obliging boy. aKodman'has / ,

:Mr. Ed' Cano,'a is closing out Col. Gronto of Lake Butler was attending through Staike en route to Jackson- '. tike it known to us'. to giving the city a m

,his racket store. Morgan Bros. to legal business in the city ville Monday. AI -" complete system of waterworks. :: been smiling/Tt the

will probably, move into the building Tuesda '. ::" Judge Thos. F. King of Gainesville :J:uilant Soldier Boys. They will get some ono of experience girls that ever he since the ADVC/CATE said

when :Mr. Canovk vacates it.There A. M. Ackerman bookkeeper forth passed through this city en route to : before has Company) B., to estimate the cost of waterworks was good looking last

'-/'K .has been a'-reviv. al meeting A, L. Company, was!: in the city Jacksonville, Friday. i.u it Batallion been in such a and will also fit up the week.

the Saturday.Mr. Mr. G. F. Seals and Mr. Griffin, t, i*''shing condition as it is at electric light plant_ as it shouldbe. Wonder why the school board
in at Baptist '
progress O. C. Husband, one of Mel- of tiam ton's wiue-awake hu= rpwsent.... The Company has 48 don't have the step on the front

church this week. The ,meetingwill ro&e's popular young men, was in the men, were in town Friday.Or. r I'I en in ranks, and will go to camp The council are going slow and stairs fixed. It i is very dangerous

continue until Sunday. night.' city Monday.Mr. J. L. Gaskin made a pro 5 I next summer with 50 men, all of deliberate and wish to do nothingthat in the condition it is in.

Conductor Stanton "passed J. M. Murrhee who is connected il visit to home Jacksonville, ihur tl t;iyj> rj ?j'whom are steady, sober and reliable will make unnecessary ex: The Victor, Jrs., the crack baseball l -

throw, 11 Starko Monday. Mr. with the A.. L. Company was iu the turning Thursday nijMr a i and are willing at any time pense'to the town. WI nine of the High School has
city Sunday. Lance Andrews, iyf ous I
Star/lokjias accepted apposition as I to Jay down their lives for their organized and will soon be ready

pu' ductor on the F. C. & Mr. NeL-e Hitch, a prosperous farmer farmer of the in Lake StartE Bi ict, j home and country. Starke is I Genuine hair moss mattresses, to wipe the earth up with
was shopping any
of the Water c/ivk faeetiou, was in I
I., om Jacksonville to : proud of her boys and everyone home made nine that wants to tackle them.
town Saturday.: Mr. C. 'M. McKIularmer iR ; minent I ,
takes interest the well-
a deep
Tamp Dr. Ilolmuu made the ADVOCATE orI living ueajjFjjh5iT' | ud the in Mr. E..1'. 1.iitheI

Starkes'' ncoln City, lice a pleasant::!; cull Mon aVe Li'ust ADVOCATE ollice a rcali Wednesday fare of the com'pauy.La I Arrested on Suspicion. I modating cashier of the Bradford

18 settled ixogressiveo I he.WIll repeat it. and had his name enrolled on !: Monday night nothing but l Last Friday Sheriff Denmark I County Bank, called] en us at our --
our subscription hat, words of could be heard
colored ) l 4lcently avO. re- Mr. Paul Can no\3. left Monday for --.-- praise arrested Bill Williams, Will editorial sanctum y:3tl'rdnanti:

organized dll ial Georgia, where he will spend the T. J. Yearly, the cattle king of from ev-ery one as the company Xolancl and Will Pervis, three took advantage of our -"prlZtt

next thirty days.:! Levy Co., passed through, Starke marched up and down, the streets, "
society and expect negroes from Griffin's turpentiu? offer, giving usa dollar for a

good in the future. |:,, Mr. Fred. 1'. Martin, who has 'been on his way to Otter Creek Mon making as neat and soldierly an camp. The sheriff had received a years"'subscription to the FLORIDASEMIWEEKLY .

on ti busmes: trip to Aieadia, returned day. appearance as any company iu the telegram to look out for the ADVOCATE.31
negroes, r,
Mr. Curtis, Emigration .Agent t JSatu rday. Morgan Bros. are moving their !btate.: Xinu new members have
as they had skipped the Duncan kuo\\s a good[ thing
of the F. C. & P. passed througnjthis I lit .'1tL/II 1 l hh Khipmau, one of I.a\v- stationary I tore:> into their building joined }lately, us follows : C. II. owing F something over $100.. The: ho sees it. :

., city en route to Bro, on last tl i roipeioua biibiJieHB men, flay: next to the Starke Drug!? Co's. Martindaie, Alex .Malcuui1'alter sheriff spotted his mon Friday .

Sunday. Mr. Curtis says Levy 111' -'e ltylttday.; store. Alvarez, .A. i>. Alvarez, II. II. Some of the workmen at KIarbee':+
morning town Hoover
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county can !boast of .a hundred bliss wJda ietIu1'atuau\ returnedhome I Justice Geo. A. Gardiner madea I Uenton, H.1.. Andrews, C. L. i\ Bros photograph gallon- and turpentine .camps: are janizing u
::1! 1 brnsslmiul.Duiug .
\lucres" of the finest. tobacco overgrown SHftrdi }lifcei'...f ,. a visit with I trip to Butler Wednesday to ploitt, Theodore Tyson and J. N.'Jones. :.immediately arrested them and ----

in the state. Amends L in Jaek unv111r.!. I the Coffin's Mills I' I the past !\\ o years, Mrs.J. .
< ;t. : nearTuivnsndes' i took them to Middleton's Livery
dl r. J. Ji. T ul'fiiwf. ,...,.;.eke... ]>)l1tl | \\'. Alexander, wuV. of the editor
The Elders of the Latter. Still. Stable vvboro he search them
leL'ul.elll1'hJIIg., ')j,( m.ll.ll'll: Lumber Cain s Mo6'cl.The I lof the '

L Saints (MorraousAvho have been I ti'aa:: in. 1 IJ. )' .llur\:-.... 1,...." U. S. neputJ'-:,Iarshal, E'rE.. Atlantic Lumber Company thoroughly but found. .no.tluu! ,
I .
:m4tO!\ .i Johns yesterday arrested Nathan :;.-" 'j-.E.'
in town --Jerl.
-dmgupon air meetings MrC. E. Davis ,rl. ,:<;: :t"; t tl i.. ,twill glove its cat: )s, 11 't.ucrr y... .., .I. .
'''' : --I I.alclrOtflllv'
ill hold service }'\ p" ikasley, near Providence, in this ?* --
a a ff'Jil11.
: hit 1t.JtW Friday night. after a pit_ "1"i." .<' YJi"; "" ., ..- g:;tvi1if"
.y> :' w }$'liW( 1-d'f .A !qJ: ; uuty for'i1t. itaiSi' 1 1- / r .i-f.7 t'it Chamberlain's) Cough Remedy,
iii-- c..ap"J.
) 'i 1 ; '
a,":f'. *"'"iit't* "''I. tTfinS&,'f:0"l eV 96". idg : art)' t ieni loose as they j looks this
; .; T' uuI1t30m0 lId rtri't t 'tl9 et:[, t1Yh i te i rtho upon remedy as u
A' .
j&i S 4 J
fa ; wanted.
1 ffrt7j: ..' trtia .aolsor alttrlstSYielted:111p'lilt : gil'l'till ilt ht aiutktOd yd t were not the men household necessity and believes
., .' '. son City, which is 10 mile from I ,
.,' !J., L.t. } <> .'d '. :f. .. .
j "
--.t,.',I r.t\Ylite'' i"': :"th'tocerymlll:a.; : is" )? Irr a 1p"f li l ltl5d?: ': tal:t'n by :Marshal! Johns to( Jack- Starke. Thi-s company is: one of We don't take rtv'sass": Hit that no better medicino has never

n hustler and behoves in improvements l! Mrs F M. I'owetiaiidgraud-dnugli., 8011\'illf'q., The still :and fixluivs 'of the mot: s lid lumber companies we sfll sauce and everything yon been: put in bottles. There,= are .

as well as selling goods. ter, Mii's iI4 /zle dwell, are"visi' i tin:: \ the establishment alsu'seized I'I'I in the state and du an immence !! are looking for in that line. many thousands of nlothras, ; in this'

Mr. White has lately fitted up his relatives: at Fort White tlris week. t I by the oliicer.We busi'iefcs, working nearly two hundred W. B. nAY t5 Co. broad land I. who are of t MIC'SJopinion '

stork, with several new show cases I I. E. \\'cL5terIajol' of the famous j have before us a copy of the I men. Starko will be benefited It is. the only I ;, remedy

and has made other improvements Fourth Uutulliuu, padded through this Dorchester ( Mass.) Beacon, from by the move as most of the'I Disorderlyhoarse Haidcd. that can fthvayajh' '-'pended"' upon

which add Ito the appearance of city Saturday en route to daineavilie. which we learn of the death of Mr. men will do their trading in this Last Saturday night Deputy as a prey/jBtfv e CTK| cure for croup.

his already. attractive stor*. ::1 J. Harrison, a hustling i insurance. Thos. II. Bird, An interesting city. .. Sheriff Bennett of Lawtey arrested "- ,T.iiO 25'and 50 cent bottles are for

# agent of this city, n eut lust week in sketch of Mr. Bird's life is given, .c. ... the inma, es ,-If a disorderly sal t", b y' J. Loa skin, # .

Mr.. Ed Canova has bought the Lake Butler, returning home atur- which we would be glad to publish Sample Copies. X house: three miles north of this, ----

City Meat Market of Mr. J. It. the information .of those and the NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
day.Mr. but lack of space forbids. For city prisoners, rpUUFIRM' composed of N. W. Ilackett and
Alvarez and will contipue the : I. Edwards: made the ADVOCATK Mr. Bird was well known here, who receive a number: of the ADVOCATE four w<,men and two men to this JL N. T. Kiu-h,dointfLuc.inesh'ujsder the 1rrm

business at the same,stand. :Mr. i a pleasant call Tu-hliay! and had his marked city and lodged them in the county been ante dlvMjHed of Bradford by mutual County consent.dank has N. \V.irack-this-day:
name enrolled on our subscriitionbook. where he usually spent his winters, "sample copy, jail. Tuesday morning they ett retirtn:; from the business and N. T. Kuch.
Canova is a old hand at the will that it is iutendod to continuing: the business us.the Jfradford County
and where he made friends we say Justice
many were arraigned before Hunk. N. T Kuch will pay nit deposits in

F market business and will, doubtless \li:*.Ibsie Fleming, one of Staike'a who will regret to hear of his direct attention to the paper as a I Gardiner. The trial lasted all full said and Bank settle Jill" outstanding::;ined.;, .claim againstthe .
keep up the markets reputationand of what to day. Colly and Ha Grifiis 1.-i' y. T. KITCH
attractive young ladies has returned death, which occurred on the 16th. sample we expect give Henry N. V.'. HACKETTStarke. : .
deal out juicy meats to the readers in the future. We charged with being inmates of a Fla.. Jan. IS. 130KDISSOLUTION .
Horn uvi&it with relatives at Cedar our ..
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public.An Sunday the Churches. disorderly house, bound over to ----r
Key. hope, however, to improve greatly NOTICE. '
circuit court. Val Browning .
eminent surgeon declares The many friends of Miss laila Lid- Last Sunday being a beautiful I upon the present i issue, when we Louise Mercer, Lettio Browning 'T6TICF ;isberebv nven that the firm of
L>| 'r1 LBY. hTS.KXBVK04! CO. of Starke.
that a person may live without a den will be glad to learn that she i i- day, the attendance at the differ- are fairly settled in our new office, and Bell Grills were charged with !:'!ui; <1u. said firm oorapostd of J. M. Truby S.
J. and K.: has J\'e'1 this day
Steruburg Struct ,
stomach and has demonstratedthe rapidly recovering from her recent ent churches was uuuaually) large. and have overcome the troubles using Indecent and profane lan- J dissolved by mutual t-onseat: J. M. Truby
illness.: Hen and S. I. Steraburp retiring from the firm.
J. A. Bell Griflis and Lettie
truth of his statement by theremoval \IETHoDIs'r.-Rc\T. ry attending the change from weeklyto guage. f The basiues of the rinn of Truby. Stern-
t Browning were acquitted ; while: burjr,& *'o. will ue foritu-ued bv f:. Stronjr) and
Mrs.V.. II. Hoirman to
returned home delivered a splendid sermon a tlrmwulbo
of that heretoforesupposed twice-a-week. alllilLtiUl.J\ : due tl.or o\vinir hyI1.ld
Monday after a pleasant visit with and attentive audience. His I Louise lerctr"as fined one dol- settled by hrn .1..M Tlr BY.F .
indispensible article, from a : s>TtO.NO.l2ft
lar and costs. Val Browning was'given
her sister, .Mr?. 1(. Richard, of :? -I S. J. 'UHNut"RG
patient several months ago, and \"l\hlo. text was in- Luke, 25th chapter, All advertisements for theSE J 30 days in jail. I Dated this Mb clayof J.inuui'>. 1))"JC'.

this man still lives. Thus is dis- 2nd verse. "I will arise and go ]-\V EJKL ADVOCATE should ] -. -...- ":-:::'- -- .. -:-_-_._----

effictivo but rather TIeF.. It. Holcman, the able pastor to my father." The music was he sent in at once to begin with ;i
covered an ot Episcopal, church of this:: city,
also The choir was com- the first number which will be i issued
heroic treatment for stomach I5pcnt last; Sunday with Capt. I{. C. good. -I Jo L. GASIINSDE.AI..En

ache. What next? Jleibergvr.Mrs. posed of the following persons : on Tuesday February. 1st. 1,I ,

Mrs. Philips, :Miss Leutie Smith, If advertisers begin right and i i
Smith, who has been .visiting
Mr. W. A. Rawls. state chemist _
her mothtr, lrs. W. If. Rivera of thi Miss Cornelia Peek, (organist,) andC. keep it up they need have no fear E IXPURE -
and chairman of the State Democratic -
city returned to her home at Anthony L. Peek. of failure to reap a rich reward !i!
Executive'Comtnittee, paid: I > DRUGS ANDi\IEDICINE-S:L\
the ADVOCATE ollico a pleasnut ,. Wedue&day: I BAPTIST.-The attendance at I for every dollar spent in printers'i[ I sPhysicians'

Elder John Z. Brown and Elder the Baptist church was unusually ink. I II
call Monday. Mr. Rawls was on I
Frank 11. Cutler of Utah, )formo'ntwaL
large. Rev. G. T. Leitner preached -
histI t to Hampton, whero he elisis, paid the AI \'OCA1E office an interesting and instructive Attention. hadieslVe 1 have I prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. -

t took the G. S. & F. for other a pleasant it Monday.Mr. "The just received a' tomplete line of i either His text
sermon. was : -
points .in the state. :Mr. Bawls Dress Goods. -
II. C. Surreiicy, President of "
Lord} Loveth a giver.
tlnys that all fertiiizers sent to the6tUt.o the Hampton Fruit-Growers' Association Tho music was splendid. The --\lr.-B.-IL\.YSES- C(,. Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee .

chemist will bo analyzed free I was a pleasuut caller at the office I
I choir was composed of the following The T. &T. Refrigerttor'omItti y River Route to Florida. .
of chart: >. This. enables conaumero'tri'tell of the ADVOCATE yesterday.Mr. ::! shlj:; peel n car I loud of refrigerators Tiuii Table No. (;0.Stagy .

whether! or not they II. S. Grimea! who has lately accepted persons : Mrs. Horcules, Miss south Friday.. __.' _. > -' -- ,. _. _.__. -- _
Alva. John Mrs. J. W. Hodges ---- ... .. .. .
:tFeai[ 7FOpLv.; Aliinu: \"lEnlraL :4ri 805pShxj
itrtr being defrauded by the manufacturer the position of Captain of the If are in need of a pair of Fly: i I 11 ( m427pl lllWAr.ll .. ....MiictialUeon ....' .LvOB..I'........ .. 4 J 15a! 4 4Cp[ tlf.
steamer plying between Waldo and Chas. Ensey, T. A. Knight, James you I lllOaf 'i)4.v.; .. .. .. . ArO.S.&F.... .... -. 41Jf'ai. .27p HJU
*. Shoes give us a trial. We TlJuj I3= 1 .tza..tr..Curdetr.. s Iv U.S.SI.: ...,... 147a16p! : Ii::J J1
I Metri'M., Spent[ last Sunday with his Kickliter and Claude Alvarez, guarm-1,. !I"J :I 1)1' 3 QJ-.J.'ur. . .. TiftouQuitrcjn. ..1'/ G. S. & V. .. ......1: 1i1: 12 s..p 6.1ri
tee satisfaction. 10: IJ .43i4' 4 i5alar..yubnta .... .... ....1v;G. S.&F..IOSta:) 11(Ca825p i 5l,1>u
Tho ADVOCATE will here- parents. in this ci'y. organist.: ll.P.r.U': ... ... .. .. IvP1aatSystem.. .. .... .. .. 4rG5vi.
and I \Y B. nAY E3 Co. 'j'jRey. jt.. ... ... ...... !a-. . Btwatsville: .....IVPiaatSystem., ..........: ... t.lda
after be pinjured to do 11113 )lisp Maude Fields one of Cedar PRESTIYTERIA.\-The attendanceat f ;: i o&!.. ..:. .......tar.. .. .. ..... B-inbrd 6...... :l.l'ltntH: > stem .. ......! .: .. 13XJ;
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.Ja-Ier. .lvU.S. k b' fI 1 -
all kinds of job printing in the l e'y's mot charming young ladies the Presbyterian church wa* I J. A. Heinlry] of this city has, i i r.rlpi OOpi; t6a: :ar......... .. Li.keCity d......i.'lrU.'H.&F";: ........ P!, K P'o6 Soja.-
best known to the \1 t and I who has been s-peuding a few wet ks c just rt>C'dellfmm !i Kentucky three I ... ...I. jUtatp; ;l 950"\1.. ..., .. .. Paletka.. . ..Ir G. S. & P. . S 30p!! 6 00*. .
manner :
with )lr,:. A Stelnicker of this large. The congregation paid: i ....... 3iit'Ih aitkitU....... .. .15tLtu....:. ....arf., ..ij o 'sSbLelU 'l1.JU1.II-: .
at prices as reasonable as eonsijsl-i I city. strict attention to the will l chosen fine Jersey couI -?. ''1' '', ( 5J.1a.ar.'VI1cro.v ..>.. .. ..Ivt'IantSysrem.. ... !) -1lJf 1045a..... 4.
d"partclf9r Jacksonville {Saturday. 1 I 1 I...... .' :4api; 7woar.. . .j..Jacksonville .. .. .....lvP1aatas.tem:3'pt; : )HSi _'
t'liiAvith good uork. The office H I i remarks of Ilev. Hughe, whose had the rheumatism f:: ; :j u ..Jasp.-r.. arPlantSyO\\em. 5any; i''OUt.
S. F. Gardiner, our hu-, tJrng real'i so badly :' .......I' .-.-.- : Tlla'.ar! : ...... ....LlieOak .lv'I9.rat: S.vrtem.... :.fly' &15af........
now being supplied# with new j job i I I text was : 1st chapter, 27th verse that I could not get my hand to'' .- ..-.[.. ... ...; 1 4"p;ar. .......Lakelaatl. 17p1antSy"tem| 94.);.. JO 2 pjC ..... .
j estate man, ptid the ADVOCATE otllce .. .I3('r.par; ....... ..Tdmp. ...... Iv-.Puat iJrstem n.t1' 8 : .p'I ;. .....
type, additional presses and fir.tA I| a : call Tue-day. :Mr. Garditr of Colossians: "Christ in you the head. I tried the doctor's medicine #- ..... .. : nuJitv-------------Tifton: ..... ......l.;r. &X.JIP .-:... .... .. t >p{ airs:.;. .
pleasant II without the'least benefit. At i .......i 4.1pt t \ : ...,....Fitz'ffcrald.: .... ..I\T.l.E., .._ St>Jpj !):\Ju" 0Operaes
class stock, for doing good work. ;i t1 g&ve us au order for home job I hope of glory." The ,music was
i' I I last I thought of Chambprlain's 'I PuMinan:( Uutfet: Sle( pt'r4 theear round between. ?CalJvlIIe.
We invite trial orders from thnj.eiir workani.ulsu. :: had his name enrolled !: excellent: : Tenn., an-l l Jacksonvilk-( viaIat *
1 ,; Pain Balm ; the first bottle reli vpd: ; :\ 'oIi hUrl Tiftnli.I .
need of anything in the Hue of 1 I on our hub criltion bot .* i i iI ij I .scoPJ.Rev Holemarn# the ali of the pain, and one half the i i Operaterullniau; SIt>t.'peri-t between Atlanta and P-nlO'iwtf.fo:1! t: via Macon

job printing, and to such as do"e li j t Clarke was honored l last Saturdayby !I able pastor 'of the Episcopal! 'second bottle effected a cmPletccare.I.I t;and 'iiftnu, inaktn:: direr? cnnnccii with Utttftn and.from it: Simons.Operates .
: its JsHvre,= 3ficon-ainl Palarta'viA U. :J. & P.I' .
own I't'pt"r
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will endeavor to the truthof a visit by a part of tourist from i chcrch delivered an instructive Holland, HollandVa *
.prove I .
t Direct I Hi -to Fitzgerald: :;'; ? >rGnnyIk.TICcon: : c'
the statement. "We do all Lone Mi-:\do\v.':Musi.:!! The party eon- i i t sermon to a large a.id attentive# ;l Chamberlain's Fain Balm i is:: qllal- I Shoo-FlvTrutu. rnii. daily,.nxcept -Linda jjrul will toahe. nnery, l. :a)

rlstid of the following namo.l persons : 1 cI) rt'gatHm. The rics: were' Jy good fur sprain swellings and j.top. ..'. .

kinds of job printing; we doit W. 11. Dickinson, y. P. Mi!; J.'F. i hid, in tho afternoon, at -0 O'cIOCK.I lameness, as well cs burns, cuts : I). i;. ITi.?;.T. T; A.,, ; II.' H. '1:101. :l.1r. ;\ V.:.- i'. A. "" ...
T7HE>:1 rou-_gotrttan. AS, ..you: :want",.Whiticer, Geo. R' Uobisen,. W. A. :I j The music ""appropriate and i Pi bruises. For sale atJ. L,I ..12Kifut.- : : .o4l: .1, Atlanta: *Co. '. If.-1JIi't. M..:iClaltr3ilCr'.J1)S.' ; .
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