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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33901150
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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r owing to the cutting down of tb ; apparently munching last turned from the spot that had been 1 .
With what fomethmg .BUDGET 'Do it then. laid the I. SNOWFLAKE PALL -
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.' forests, that access to some of its chief New Yser gift will you make aends, The' next so interwoven with her life, and having Bey: "what Goo.'gt I i ,
: is and that He ,for tha one that ha morning the mate carefully plucked a few sprigs! of ragged-sai'or, a "Marseilles 1 a twenty'thousand : The little snowflakes fa ,. .
di"icul every the'I and I .ow' examined .the bit soap
r'pts year were the best Of frieuds, spot, and saw-that the of rocket, and a primrose or two, IliJMOKOUS cotton And melt upon the
I lae is becoming more shallow.An And he gave rue much for tiger had confined his attention to the with the mate she stepped on board the SKETCHES FllOM caps. 'While all around the p ground,
"It is well. Go and
my j : rss'
.. _. Have own catnip: bed. Here VARIOUS. SOURCES. away b t-
, '-- you ausbt in your hoard I need, was I revelation, and canoe that was to take them to Whydah, '. ., quil. growing white ga1nFaIIfaDfaII ,
from ,
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agent for a parlor organ says it Spirit the mate was quick to draw a where their passage was engiged on .
strengthen .
I t soul to feed. The Bey summoned Vizier ? .
ion. j
I paja t give an organ outright to some rHer f lig.hten-- day t illume,. j love catnip cat'Cats, said he to himsel board a vessel up for Barbados, for they Xo Change-Hardly'V hat She Meant "Vizier," said he, "we love justice.' Little snowflake bright; ,
of it wanted to be .
J firmer in a neighborhood where thereire Wate PIle tocoax into Wooinl. turn to it when freely, always beyond the reach of the Didn't: AVaiu a Tutor-The We love the Franks. Proelaim '" Fall until the russet earth !* o.
A cat he went King &s soon as pos-iblc. tt
no instruments. As We on, Boat was lnnctualASlht every.Jew who to-morrow ot mantled.o'er with white. 2
) as it is were 'a diminutive After appears I
son Forry let tiger; a tiger is a waiting reasonable time,
t the Old Year King Correction. doors without a cotton will haw
, known that he has onc go i, monstrous cat; whether Ahgrimy asked for cap, Across .
every other Acro the old world's outer rim large or small, returns rom his tiijtr little transaction to settle with me." the
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.} '.former's wife exclaims: "Wel if that knew Ms Ways, but we do not;know I, cat or tiger, they have one _taste in comi enterprise, and when told tnat no tiger There are twenty thousand -Jeirsin A cottage $, ,

isn't check! that family can buy Wat the New Year brings with I i I mon; a love of catnip." had been caught he ordered the head of Peckham((meeting an old frend-) Tunis, and not one single cotton T's joy within and chfldrea's din- I
I an him Having reasoned thus he set about Starabito be cutoff and Barak-i : ,
Snow
remembr of the Old achc i is this you? ; the place. They all made their cap ; gathers ntheroot
organ, shall certainly h:ive one, and Hi moons that a Year's fmie turning his conclusions to account, satis of equal note, was sent to Wan g"cn. 'Ol for ten year How are you, when they learned through an officer of Fall, fall, fall. I

we'l get a better one than they did" ni rammer woods lighted us. miles miles, fed that with the aid of catnip he might place. He, too, was beheaded for not an\how1 customs that Captain Baculard had Silver snowflake bright,

From fifteen to twenty sales are the with their cool, sweet capture this troublesome tiger-perhaps coming up to time. Other chiefs were IeY-"Oh, I'm just like I usedto L of the desired articled that was enough-lot :Fall until the roof, j

, ye- Ad sent of his many tigers, greatly to his profit. Exactly sent down with like results, and still the be. By the way, I'eckham, how'syour Captain Baculard sold the invoice at $2 Is covered o'e ctt wh. .'...
1t n he pleasant Handisbments: how it was to be done required London demand for tigers could not bo wife? You u.e.l to say you had a cap. He rushed to the palace and wt .
Tough brought a wound and more reflection. At last it to him : prices thereupon to the boss Two little ones are there,
Araminta Hollingcr, an old colored u many came fled began go up, girl when jou were single. poured out his thanks. #
Pain, ; that with the aid of the negroes about I they reached the old quota- Teckham t sadlyj-"She's; still boss." "Xot so fast said .the '"I am I A looking at tha snoir 4,"
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woman, has just died in Wheel ing,West Yet. in spite of I the mission, he could tions. Dey '
his make j Two little -
frosty atmosphere; a corral of -Life.{ not done yet. Call in chestnut curls, '- ,
,T Virginia, at the age of ninety. Hie vas We long t Summon him back again; timber, with gidea so high and sloping I I I At Barbados the mate and the widow The Vizier appeared.my With gs cheek aglow. ./\ ..
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considered the bet rook in that region Will the New Year bring us a panacea? I i in that a tiger, once caught, could not I j were united and opened a sailors' boardinghouse Hardly IVhat She Meant. "Proclaim," s.id the Bey, "that every Fall, ta fa P ,

. of country and prepared: the bis diaLerS --lfry. A. /Vescoff. climb up and over the paling. The work : where Captain Hen LIndsey, Edith-"What a lonesome spot a so- Jew who keeps a cotton cap 'aoterhou'r Tiy e bright; \ .,
was begun and the '
: the corral when skipper heard them tell! their advcn-
completed gathering is where one is such a will have trouble with Fall until those little eyas ", .
given Lafayette when he was entertained was to be planted thick with catnip tures in (juinca; as here narrated.Xew stranger cal is great, and I am a lineal descendant yoo nothing'out t but whit. 'I'

.. there. She also superintended ttate' TIGERS AND CATNIP especially about the trap, which the York Evening Post.I.afayete's. Harold-"It is ,indeed, 'pon honor, of Mahomet.The ." S .' .

__ Def given to Clay, Webster and other tiger was expected to spring when donchcr know.'' I visitor made a grand salute, placing With heart o'erbrme wit Joy, (

notables in times past.She never claimed ; entered rolling in the savory bed. The widow. Americanism. J.dith-' I don't know what I should his left leg on the back of his neck, Along tha shining set -

A SIippj' YAHN- heartily into the scheme, the Lafayette identified himself so thor. have done but for you. Your are the according to the custom of the court, A whistling lad, i plaid, ,
have been George Wahngton's nurse negroes were encouraged to work : and retired. Gambols with nimble .
t In the oasis of the evening's deert. fet _
oughly with those for whose -
days when and in independence '
and also remarkable in there was no restriction time the corral made .
other When
was r.spects. was I am beholden to Captain Baculard returned to Fall, fall, fall, .,
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the he
on that
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trade fought referr to the larold-/ealy
Captain Gritith of the planted. It worked a charm, ng the docjc he found the thousand Little snowflake :
ant ,
___ __-__________- schooner Tropic Bird Whydah the first night t it revolution, he always spoke of himself as lss Jews twenty bright;
was -"Ws, dear Harold aleidy awaiting him, cap in hand. Fall until his little shoes ;. '
are
( of an American. One in 1V.4 your
'oat Guinea for opened the old evening 'I .
Barbados with tiger who
By the application:, of cot tOl ( had recov- the f-vening's oasis-the I He might had the caps nothing; Are covered
gun one o'er white.
?C.areoof slaves, as he had dune before ered his vigor while visiting Boston, Mrs. !'o iih Quincy green spotin : mt ,
; ) came snuffing around, all the ., but deiirou-.ro leave behind him t 1. p
waste. } Iio. a name
three immen-c and lo'ry himneys belonging but he had and said to him: dreary __ j
hardly not
J-cnin crossed the Bight of finding a sprig of catnip in the for generosity and greatness of soul, he The cheery sound of bells '
". to the Kunheim cstablKlime't when the schooner struck garden, followed the "The American cockade was black and I :
was by scent and .
struck
up The purchased them at two cents apiece. I floating the -
a White squall and the white was it not, Cene-al: Boata' PUItual Cms though fe
have been thrown otther But when he I .
B rlin, successfully destroyed beam- trai came to the corral -
sweet the when music's swell
ends. All the white was rather "Yes, madam," he replied; "it was Captain Selah Dustin, who has commanded spell, ,,

to enable imp irtqut changes to be male were on deck at the time people, on board thing about it was suspicious and the, for every black at first, but when the Trench came luke craft without number, been I A Clo>e Beconnolter. I Upon daydream bra! ? .
'in the The of these I except one passenger new, groundwas and skipper of a woodyard, and encountered I Fall, fall, '
factory. largest
was and with them there were a few covered with fresh chips There joined us wo added the white in I was a member of an Alabama regi- *, :j ; ,
about 147 feet h'gh, and ten feet diamj- trusted slaves, whowereemplou-din Various was plenty of catnip within; he couldsee compliment to them." :a good his deal of rough legal weather during ment belonging to Liudell. Battery, Little snowflake bright; '
At the of stormy career, at one time a Fall until the sleigh runs smooth z' -
ter the bise. order that it shoud ways. The rest of the tf:ivea were that, and he could find it nowhere siee Yorktown, in the assault boat rll under I.ieutennnt-Oeneral Folkand, as i
It *
I t\\ccn Detroit and Port I Huron. il'
Confined which hastened the surrender of 1 Upon a bed of %.
below. else
and
fan outward from the city, the charge I The schooner had but ; after many feints he entered C'ornwallis. The captain prided, himself on the the joke is on myself your readers will wht -
one small boat which stealthily touched Lafayette and hi$ 'meii- pun"tuali1. .
was taken the spring as he pardon me if I hide my identity by
I posses- with whit h the lines were cast oil O, little snowflake, falll .r .
cotton about division
gun fifty-seven pound sion of by the ('aptain, Mate, and four pushed on, and iu a moment was secured. can cnptmcd one redoubt sonic lllis; boat left for its destination. One simply saying I was an ofliter. It was at And whiten all the earth '. '
minutes before : ; '
was ntchet in poitlons to the hands, who loaded her so deeply that But the catching of the tiger was the French cirried the while the battle of Pcrryxille," and towardevening
neI tiny, taking on freight That beamthat hearts dream,
redoubt assigned to them. eyes may may
: the city and to the adjacent sides they were obliged to push oil, leaving nothing compared to the labor and anx- preparatory of hardest day's fighting.A ..
' to ploughing the waves in the direction ou Of
nothing eLse but mirth
an "Vou remember General ,
1 seven souls i dOi't me. J
white ; -
and black, clinging tu ty attending getting him into a of detachment of new men had just
: all three were exploded simultaneous! cage erie 1 old soldier Port Huron, stranger walked onboard Fall, fall, fall, .
; the an pressing the 1
which had through t
vessel'bottom. They had four oars, i to be made) and send ing him and come up, and were preparing for action. .t
,. ; with a magneto-electric apparatus.< Th a few gallons of palm oil, but no sail, to market. Meanwhile he had to be fed, crowd assembled at the Mate house to : accosted the captain as follows I suddenly observed a body of men, Con Siher snowiiaka bright; ', ,

chimney, instead of falling obliquely, and no bread and water. A tarpaulin, which duty was assigned to one of the welcome I Lafayette on his arrival in Bo-- "What time does this boat ?" federates, I thought, who were firing Fall until the russet earth .

collapsed vertically, and on inspectioi found under a scat was rigged for alai negroes, who scoured the country for ton. The General looked at him keenly, ".\t y, o'clock slurp.1: go ele, iltory shots at our new friends. I I mantled o'er with white. -
and in this shotes and holding the hand of the old man, who said Caleb ; : '
the unnromism. rnndlfinn- its, iack-rabbits; for he "Doeshe tim : "' to'myse1: "They are sadlv mistaken Dunn
walls
four of the pedestal wen added go on : ,
they headed for ; no with which : their comrades .
l after that
the shore they had recently weapon to secure "She does-ritrht on timp. finngon -- \
found to have been driven outward: left. The l large The "I was close to you when we stormedour i 111 if I cant it.'' L<
rude
de- Hyle.I see I
th tea was still running game. cage, beyond The pr.jective.p;.: ; here stop put
brick were all detached from each high, and frequently came on !oard. The s< nption, was bated with a shote and redoubt at Yorktown-I was j ju.t behind out hi- watch and exclaimed: pllec spurs to my horseand dashed up to the PITH ANDPOOT. JJ

other, and nearly all entire, and Bun beat down upon them with terrIble backed up to the trap, which was lifted Captain f-nhith-you remember Captain "Why, it's a quarter after now." Colonel of the regiment firing, and in I
'0 debris tb force, and all but one man and ju.t high enough for the tiger (hungry Smith? lie was shot through the Without the slighte4 and l loud tones a-ked: Weather coal dealers. .
thrown
was a very little the mate died from ) to rush in and l he.id just as he mounted t." perturbatIon "What do at profts-Te
fasting mean
I raving mad before there pounce the.e,1ot in a tone of the you firing your
drawling placidity Not a windy affair-Meeting a
cap. .
;, tance. The two other chimneys, treated was a sight of land. At last the survivors the porker, when the door, with a slam, "Yes yes, I renumber": I a- tain responded : own friends? dat.A *

similarly, fell as.was expected, that i, were cheered. by the outline of low dropped into its place. fayctle, his face lighting UI). "Poor' "Well!), sir, thi- boat has been gone He answered with: surprise: "Friends! cyclone is like three school girls .. .
ti ,
I Captain Smith! J>' iccln't. t'e I'aiW -, : fif.I walking abreast-it doesn't turn out for .
shore, which they made a desperate ef- othing could be finer and the < tci' minutes'' Then he am sure they are the .
obliquely away from the city: and cap ; n resumed his su- enemy. .
leaf tle 1'ria.1i'At anythin"-lii'ero'i Olserrer. 4' -
o fort to ieach, and as night closedin tain of a canoe manned with of the 'Tnemv'' I have them ,. .
again forty pad- pr-ruMoa of lef '-- t.
of them freight.-
iq failing, broke in two the surrender of Cornwallis the loading A who had wife "
i they ran pnder the shadow of over dIes, agreed to take the tiger, with the Detroit j'lf Pita". mjjelf. I am your superior, command man scolding being

: abut the. middle. hanging trees, where all wa a marsh- lece saryrotlon, to Whydah, for a American troops were drawn up on tin --_ you to cease firing, or Il reportou. asked what he did for a living, .. -

the home of fevers and the abode of ser consideration.. There trader consignedthe right and the French troop' on the' left He litlntVant a Tutor.A .\ What is your name?'' that he "kept a hot-house. .* "

- An instrument known as the the Bf- pents. On every hand it was'a low jungle tiger to.a house in London, the widow of the road along which the British' well to do resident of Holmes County "I am Colonel Grover: of the [II think] An exchange says the Jersey cow is ,.:

] 'rtt. els telephone, invented by tw in which no white man could hope paying freight, for the mate was. "broke" army fayctte marched, noticing in s that<}Urnn the silemc.English to live; an when the Bird The Imagine my to find I what comes of not having a good fence.
residents of Houston,Texa ,has just hi impenetrable undergrowth of Tropic went over. tiers looked only at the frenchmen quite a load on his min 1 ferns, young palms reached London the on d was among the Yankees. I saw there -UQ.1 SIn._ .
cimbinOvine>, rattans consignment safely, the laugh ':r (list growing into womanhoo I ,
left and
. i successful trial at Caveston.: The tat the tine found ignored American light and, "R'no hope only to braren it out. The The hats ., 2. .
lius, gum tiger an exceptionally one, : inf:mtry, the pride of his heart, and be- wants to give her :a better education enormously large worn by
: consisted in talking over v\ire8-JO: mil t.ees, woven together. penetrate it ready consignee, in remitting determined to their I'e than the facilities of his neighborhood shadows,of approaching night assisted some very little girls make it difficult t f<. i
bring to
that the distance was a hopeless task and after the solicited other like ing 'e, afford In the deception I assumed demeanor decide which there of-hat .
- Vtmjr, being to : pushing proceeds right,"' ordered the band to strke pur>u and return.The articulation was ir further on the next day, and crossing ccnsignments. To meet the difficulty of "Yankee Doedle." up called on a Cleveland friend last week and said: child.-Free Pre$ :
lens many arms of what appeared to be the providing he agreed to keep and ii-kcd his advice. 'I 1 show you who I am. Stop firing,
,
cages
'more distinct and than He "Then,''said hc narrating the change, Which author, :Mis Evanston, do you ,
I perfect over mouth of a river, they found a place to cn; es, Manchester made: in stock atWhydah "they cUd look at \; but t. ."Well," said the friend, "you might sir. at onC. most love to devour Miss Evanston I t
s were not
Ihort circuits by the Bell tJI land. Theie they killed number This was and very Gcnd her here and her \' greater haste than had t
oina a of pleasant news, well pleased"- }-(ut''* up give the advantages (Chicago girl)-"Lamb, although don'tobject / '
\ phne. The new invention differs froa' makes, which they devoured. On this at Wari, the mate and the tu'ij anivl that our schools afford.'' approached I cantered off, and in a to Hogg.1' A'ew Yorle Journal. '

there was another death and widow, who had become attached to "I 1 don't roundabout way reached my men.-Chicago *
the Bell,Edison and all other telephon; spot the knoW answered the father, The ladies-bless 'em-it beats =* .. .. '
t r mate was the only survivor. He was reduced ea other and were only waiting for amissionary Burmnh's Ruby Mine" "I hate to have her leave home. She LeJijtr. When th"y are young a,18uler af .
inasmuch ft in
: as combines the effects of to a shadow when some natives to turn up and splice them They are situated about eight miles ought to have just as good an aducati'mMS Their beas are set upon <01- .

'; induction coil and the helix of n haai- found him and took him, with his boat, concluded to pu h the business and from )Mandalay, ami are : tionably the best of 'em, an' I can afford to pay The Coon That Fought a Horse. \ grown upon the '

phone,causing them to act simultaneom- to them a prize, to their village, War make regular shipments of tigers. very valuable. Indeed, they Im'i are the only for it, tco. I want her to learn the ian- At Malvern, Ark., last mon.th a young dollars.TidBits -s.. .

': :.flyjind: in concert with each other |y where there was a mission station. From that time all went well ti the mines in the world where vau: ible guage", you know, an' dancin', an' eti- man put his little brother upon his horse Two merchants of BakTsville, Penn., h_ _
there, he could hardly trust his senses business attracted the attention Ah-|t:,I rubies are found 'ihere arc real a\few minesin quette, an' mu ici*' md sent him to the braneh near the have purchased :;,000 pounds of dried ti
the
.1c .winding coils in the same direct for he heard 8 voice speaking Englih'and grimy, king of Dahomeyy who ordered : Ceylon; but Ceylon rubes: of the true Suppose," Faid the friend, "supposeyou stable! to water. Soon the boy came apples this season., Evidently somebodyis ,,ZL
sod using a carbon with thae saw before him Kankore. the petty king who ruled in get a tutor for her." going to Lave a swell dinner.-Boston -:
a comply
diaphragm En"lsh udaie very rare, mo t of them beinir of back running the horse, and that a .4
f carbon contacts, providing for the use?f woman, the wife-widow, for the Wari district, to bring the mate to the pink topa/!color In Ham, too, mbici "V tootei cried the father, "gosh, coon came down the bank of said l'Uns rijt.

'a jarger amount of The receittest been bereft a few days before-of a mis- hi* country seat, which was not far from arc plentiful, but they are of the color of man, I don't expect her to play in no w bile the horse was drinking and jumped wants to know what the '

battery. sionary, who had labored in that un Abomcy, the capital. This was startling, the lat tWlnt jews hI ss band I she !tarns the pianuy, upon the log le-ide him and bit and work of a great man: is. Well, we don't .

, was made with three cells. Fora promising field The missionary had but there was no help for it, and with a garets..ilin mal rubiesbavegouc up about fifty per that's enough, ---I lectLiri'l Sun. !crate'heil the horse so that it nearly know, unless it i to have his picture in

, distance no battery whatever is i- been carried off antI his heavy heart the mate left the widow and an imported advertisement.-NewWe *
Li"ahor by a tiger, in value, and large ones about ':1:0<: tluew him oil iu trying to get out -of soap

uircd 1, the automatic dynamocurroting wJdow, half crazed by her sudden and started on the journey lie and Kankore per cent. The best ruhie go to _\\meric A Slight Corl'eclion. the bmn"h and up the bank. The young .lluren .Nws. ..!". _

h sulficient to articulate with grat terrible loss, was in no condition to do traveled toward Abomey as rapidly as I In the British crown jewels there are none ". I rs. irmith," said a Chicago traveling man looked at the horse and found the always know wht to expect wh.en :

1. istinctness much for a shipwrecked mariner; but circumstances would admit, receiving of any size and color. So dear art tho man to his wife. ".\1 I the senior blood trickling from several rakes and a public speaker says word more 3JSS5Sa ."

: and steadiness. The inva- his higgard: face, shrunken limbs, and many attentions on the way, which Kan-: perfect stones that few can afford to m' mher of the partnership which we scratches on one of its forelegs. He and and I am done." And when a wom '

I .'f.t: claim that they can talk from Nw -begone looks aroused her sympathies : koie"appropriatid to himself till they purchase them. The French J'othsrhilds! formed over a year: aso with the assi;tance he little boy went to the branch, taking exclaimed: "There's use talking, :wa r. -

\. to San Fransci r- of the preacher aJargedog with them. The dog followed understand that she is going to talk until *vx .

.distinctness for a distance of SOt ments and the medic'ne he needed. he evidently wished that it was over. leans prince, and there are some fine ""1 'crta-nly! ," replied Mrs. Smith.me the track of the coon and soon came up her tongue is tired.-Huston Transcripts _

) 900 a 1 The village was made up of kraals and At Alladd.i their first post, they were stones amongst the HIsil crown 'kly. with it and gave battle, and after a few Thompson's as much as he can do, 1i.
miles.
o l wigwams covered with a thatch of leaves. met by a delegation headed by Hullbil, jewels. Very lately, a fine tone was "1)o I hold a controlling interest in moments succeeded in killing it. But Ho plays> anl 1 writes his pieces, too. .

The mission removed but one deg.ee t he chief of that section, who sought to i sold to one of the lliusian; : Dukes) this ? after the coon was dead the dog couldnot A listener, though, is soon a dozr' .

The Galveston (Texas)} J.el tells thi from such abodes, was a low cottage of do honor to the mate and show proper ':'for about $:;.),
tory of buried treasure: eight wattle, by contrast neat and attractive.It respect for Kankore. At Whyboo the i Nothing certain is known about the "_\m I the secretary and Treasurerand him by the under lip and would: not let .The merit of a rare! I'

Dies southeast of Kemp, on Twelv* had but little furniture-a few stools, next. Ktaticn, they wire invited to a bar- j Burmah ruby mine They are si'pj;'o-e 1 1i : Business Vaiiager of this concern? g,> eve: after life was extinct. The composer.Rambler. :

:' Mile Prairie, lives a family by the name : a table, skins nnd coarse mats, and in the ]h 'cuc-a pig i roistod under 1 gum tree, i to consist of the beds of ohl rivets Am I ipon";ble forte business stitu: ?"' voting mm tricl to get the coon's jaws After the clerk had pulled down cverything -
be called kitch with side li-lie of jams, shark's steak dried because the "To be I said but could! not he the head .
of Godfrey. In, part that might I n. : have up! stones always sure you are. never any op"ii so cut in the sbre without satisfying J
Ib7> old man Gotlfrej and the like >a dclica-yat that distance from the have to the did I'" off and the went to the house with
wooden spoons, gourds hungon a watef-w apye irance. The only thin. contrary, she retp'lldcd. log his customer a woman, she asked him? .4
k? ( took sick and died in a short time will the walls. But the charm of the place coast), and to 1114.1 owls; the toastin ., Europeans that have ever visited them the coon's head hanging to its lip. .\fte there was anything else he had not -./ .

' t'r p congession of the lungs. The old man was its flower garden-not native llow- being done by maidensdresscd in parrot are a Frenchma'i and anltalian,who were "Now, what I wish to direct your at- inning to the house the young man shown her. "Ye-, matam" he sad. / .

: was in fine circumstances had considerable ers, but flowers that carried the missionary feathers. At Hocholla, the lat station in the service of King ThechnSo far tention to, is this. Your household expcnsos !:ail to pry the jaws open, but finally "the cellar; but if you will f .. '

. "' : stock and his wife back to where they had before reaching Abomey, they were I! as known, they arc worked by the villagers hive been running tu an alarm- wa, compelled to unjoint the head lefore brought up and shown to you."-Lowell f

:, and a good deal of money. l spent their early days, and were grown treated to a war dance which was : upon a curious system. .\l stones. ing figure< and your demands for pin he cou'd! succee 1 in getting it loo"e.- Citizen. :'

1 3. Tas in the hibit of keeping his money from seeds they had brought with them, thought ominous by the travelers, but t below twenty.one "rhitis' weight. money may he properly described as exorbitant. J'v/\f" ( nnl Slrt'tin.A He was trying to teach the rules : '

.;' juried and had it all buried at the rime or were sent out in letters from time to they 1 Iad but little time for refl.ciot I (twenty-one "rhuiV are equivalent to I have decided that I must --- With which grammar is heavily laden-' '

.; te was taken sick. jme by distant frienJs-blo-sonung for"they were hurried on to I! twenty,two carats-i. e., about o.le- take steps to Keep you in check." Delusion in "Liver." 'Twas in one of the ude tret"shol I
His dead
.' the wife being ;; leans tufts of rocket and sweet William, where they were made to pass in and out pI I seventh of an ounce troy) belong to the "My I correct jour grammar a little And hw pupil, a very fair .. .

told no one where he kept it except I I nodding sprays of ragged-sailor, and of the six gates of the capitn1 and then I villagers, all above to tie cro\vn. A perfect bit.: she inquire. sweetly. Let me give you a pointer before you Now In I his vow teaching by the-blue though sky above they you called it _.-. ; .

; I This oldest son, a boy seventeen years off pikes of fcx-gl.ve, bee-larkspur, holly up to the three palaces !King, to specimen ruby of twenty-one Ctrtiinly." eat any chicken livers"at a hotel or restaurant "schooling"5-- .

age, and, as recent developments have( hocks of many colors, and marigolds and sec, possibly, their high, red-clay walls, :I "rhits" would be worth $)0,000 a "Yoa mean 'checks'not check. Plural Click n livers-the real thingare When he sid: "Sow say this: I love youI! ". :

proved, this boy did not know where it asters, al growing together. Ked clover, stuck over with skull, ? and marrow mo good one $"5,0011, and an in- number, you kn>w." was the firmly scarce articles. Calves' livers are bhe' 'answere. .Now you qut, you fol '.- "',
bones. rejoinder.And plenty and cheap. Do you see nowf :
beds roses and balsam shared the ferior one about >2iO.Xewk Jbi- spoken .' "';.''
' -'was. all buried. After the old man'> with the humbler but no less valued .\t last they reached the King's coun he didn't attempt to argue the Cut a calfS liver up into triangular -Godalr. SU7.r -.. .; .- '

;,. death, the boy in company. with hi ground catnip, mother wort and. ?hlen-rod; try Feat. and found him on a throne of:I I Soldiers Mounted on PonieI -. : point.-Aftr-luint-TrattLr.A pieces, something like it the well shape of it a Horseshoes Versus- Naked ; ; ,- < "' ,
chicken liver season
stew ,
juncle repaired to the place where lithe wiile! honeysuckles wo ,.clbines ciuni-- skulls: his Prime Minister, Mikenno, Hot ; .
':jkncw I to what was ftitcndcd for 1 porch, and standing on one side, and on the other ;I "The Corps of Mounted Infantry in TIle fl'y'; .Jiitite. well, and a in-m: who isn't up in that There have always been two theories : .

money was buried, and the:r rI wkich was as like one as the missionarycaild ('ho um. the public executioner, with Upper Buimah," writes the otlicer toI certain Captain Bacuhrd left Marseilles sort of thing will be fooled into thinking upon the shoeing of hor es. One is that ;:. '

' f :''got up several thousand dollars. Man:/I make it with the materials at hand. his broad axe over his shoulder. The I whom we are indebted for our sketches, I for hiiia, but being buffeted by 1 eis eating'chicken livers. Butheisnt.lIe's I they ought to be shod, and the other, .": jf .

*1 of the old neighbors, and even his ovj Itwas these flowers objects of love and King frowned and scowled when the part I, "arc just being reorganised. The pro the winds he ha .K-l up iu the harbor of devoaring pure unadulterated calf'sliver. I I supported by what we will call the Barefooted ":.
t waved his i> O.t i force is to Tunis to await weather. The Collector what you do, nine timesin is that should 1.
i ,childrenhave always believed that .admiration that softened the lot of the ) near impatiently posed strength > p Brigae, they .
S' theli I.1 1z and his wife, and made them han crew the drums, horn blasts, cow i| be scattered over several districts in of the Port came on board. Captain ten, when you order chicken livers as without The Shoers are much G ..:. ./ -'
1 ,,1.I 'f"a more money buried around missionary of the privations they had bell" and yells to cea"e their noise, tooka I squadrons of seventy-five ei: "h. The men l B.iculard represented that he was freighted a side: dish. I don't. Chicken livers : more numerous but the Barefoot* are, .

a3d time and again havi i fo'get many And it was while sealed on swigof malofu handed the gourd back composed of sm irt lightweights from for Canton, that he had nothing to do (an't be mistaken by a man who knoWs : anything, more cocksure that they aie ;
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, i a4 1.erehe for it without finding anything 1 I J to belr.: in the-cool of the even- to the cup-bearor, and stared at the infantry regiments here, anti arc all!I with Tunis, and that he only put in from 'em. They've got an edge that curls up. right. We have always been inclinedto '"
ii I low porch, I bit when the liver is cookc.l and shows
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Burmese distress of weather. But the a of shoes not for and
old home has been rented front i t his pipc-his only indul1 mate as though he would look him out mounted 0: strong, hardy collector approve -wea ,
Te ,out enjoying twelve hands inches exhibited manifest & delicate sort of fluting alongthat edge. defective feet but the .
1 iu seized by a tiger and of countenance. ponies, two necessity "jnl he a only, a proper appliances -
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ce4 < was
-' to year to various individuals. Nj\ -that Traces of tigers had been These preliminaries over, he told the :I bgh.; They are armed with Martini car- should fork over. Captain Bacufahv did Lr
".{was rented this year to a man by the cairiefl theiflower off. garden; and some of mate that he had sent for him to build I I bines and sword.backed sword bayonets. fork over in a rage;)but instantly repaired you've got the real thing. Calf's livercant practically indispensable for horsea '
seen it order for The ammunition is carried in bandolier to the palace of the demanding be coaxed to cook that way for itisn't that liable"l to be called onfor '
;1 name of Ashton, who moved the fence had said: with trembling a corral and put it working i Bey, are a high ..
the figroes into the belts the left shoulder, and the nature of the Ptuff. It's a good I rate of When it comes to -
intended to over justice. speed. pounding .
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there butte he the King, go ordinary
around had one ; ,
Jl the orchard and i in ] seen .
plum that they 'Jooil: Frank '' said rule to follow, and it always works, for .
lib in time for business ofcatchingand shipping tigers light hunting saddles and bri ; arc the Bey, "I am there must be something to pound ,
.;. plowing in oats last \Jri his plow struck: darmwas and never his 11\'en catch sight This was unpleasant news to Mikenno, j. used. This corps is found most efficient your friend-God is great. What do you there are no exceptions to it. Ci f< in. with more substantial than the naked ': 1/. :, ;y \

on >D old coffee-pot, which, upon investigation I te itO ionary creature. The presencerfsuch the Prime Minister, who saw that the in driving out Dacoits from the thick: want of me?(' the clubs know that, and .so dOI't try to hoof. ; .. '

ii; proved to contain a quantity of'I the dreaded terrible foe in' the immediate I catching of tigers 8 near the capital dense forest jungle and long elephant .'Highness."' answered Captain Bacu- fool men who ire ported Take my adVice We have often seen instances of horses .:f[r -1- i; .

pieces estimated I a sent chill to every heart, WOUl( .-be attended with more or less : grasswhere the enemy is in the habit of lard, "your custom houe has robber and ycu'l dine better.rork. : belonging to quiet country families going ;. r. .
g at. something, neighborhood a in ambush and me. I }hate forked over-fork Times. shoeless with comfort and
I. to contend with L troubWto him, and he atonce suggestedthat lying suddenly firing on ; perfect safety,. ; '
.Ieu one hundred $20 gold piece fcr they were powerless shotgun. There it would take time to build a corral, our troops. A similar corps of mountedj I "Excellent individual." answered the Meteor Showers but the performance of Governor SJan-: '.: ;

[ti. .Ashton. kept this a secret from all excepj I ISVr- "ant only ale.d one that he sud- while the King, by confiscating the one j men is also being formed from the nativiregiments.Londoi i Bey, "in this country, when we have the ford's trotting colt .Antevolo, flyer of f, j
ry / 1 'ou1 diM we keep it. The Professor Richard A. Proctor main the first rank without shoes '
. ;. tl young man coming home with} hitfifrom them and withucL L jit Wan, which had been runwitkoutalicense .! Graji'nc.Died original acqusi- ,"maintai ,
denl. I'Hup 'II oil;the head of the could have the advantage of j -- ., tion is a ,1liclltTo: fork back a thing tains that mo=t of the meteor streams the arguments for bare feet ,. C
town. '
One day when he was fu, .lie tarried. is with which the earth in contactare est Antevolo has
comes prominence.
a what had already been done, and at once of Too Much Debt. Afrca. bed trot
I 1 1f| the oil of gladness he told the buue. hpv were paralyzed would do what he I derive a revenue from the enterprise I, i. "But shall I justice?'' derived from the earth itself; that ting now for several years with he youn said he : rXo sir! he did not die of "Certainly has justice in i thrown oft volcanic action at with He made a record of' ** .
a had plenty of gold, and Teate monster; but almost The King saw the point, commended the pneumonia ; every one *, by a .or tips only .
Ik ould i 1 off the wisdom of his servant ordered the mate ''he died of bill brokers, sir. He projected TunK Will -you have it in French or time when ths internal forces of our 2:15-4 in September, lS5, .and in the '
with him he wonld show it f to take It L I
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go time
I II'm i before he bad he sat on 1 and all who were asqsociated with himto an unwise improvement of a piece e Tunis fashion ". planet were sufficiently active to give great race recently won by Harry TVilkea,' -

which he did. Time passed oi'I the tiger again appeared, as The creature L quit the country, and appointed Stan,- I of real estate, made loans, covered him "Highness. I have had I lawsuit or the initial velocity, some twelve miles a A ntevolo was timed in each of the four.. :

::., >htonwhowasamanof limited mla *;'E j the dooreten ruminating.with giwing hi a commissioner to go to Wari and self with bonds and mortgages and two in France. Justice in French fash. second, requisite to carry them beyond heat with this splendid result: 12:16-;

pent money the past fall rather reel 1 time did not come eyes.L L run the corral on the King's account. finally incurred a street debt of $,>,OtO. ion-God forlJicl" the earth's atraction Comets, whichhe 'iiT, :1Vj:1S. It mast hivebeen > --

7 and lat ts on his prey but WM spiritless: The mateaccompaned by Kankore and which rapidly rolled up to if 8,COO and "Cut I press it on you.observed I regards as paent of the meteor a good, hardish track to allow Harry ;
fesly the
on Thursday morit I Tdent1y'J 'Whether r miss.onarywith in Stanbi, started at once for the coast; and crushed the life out of him. He bor the Bey. "I you choose the French af steam:, he thinks may hve originated Wilice-j t> beat that pUij/Hrot! a half mil* j .
4te
: prool of the Godfrey i JO him, or he, satsf- when they reached Wan he told the rowed money on call, got paper dis ter al I ,i s; pak to your consul,cjPe S. outside our solar system. of the in \ :GAe\ >ucs.;,w toterns that \hy, '4$ ;.;

\. lected with all the circumstanced I g bs voracious appetite or Iwa 1.- widow to pack their kit, while he gave counted, and he worked, lived and died justice good man; three of m1sub comet whose orbits belong to our system --I i bmrefcrit&il'nrc.irx; b *' ?re fit to pound -. t ii

the arrest ofjfcfcton, who now, i iier ', too-many brass button teUh* ,could pfr"O. I attention to pulling up and rooting out for the bill broker Yes, sir, he died ofa jects applied to him years ago fa he thinks originated\ jn 'the larger,.I about as.l.ird :. >L 9A, e fourth hst-

heavy bond the' 1 t-.miaionarys false the c eaD every vestige of catnip-clearing up, he street debt upon which he expendedhis nity. and they wi get it next year I"tnink I ..planets.The sun is bow, perhaps, giving as in the first* 7 notueabtoi-,4-- '.-
lor money | said which satisfied BO long no strength every week throwing it -for he lo\s justice." birth frequently to comet whc performance J. ? *worthy theeatvj4.. .. ,.

t ad, l-which beyond "1 doubt .i i. tfc ti'j a moping, and. for a drive longtime him. injury, was done to Stbi It a was ahead from one day to M"en.-Dry:: !'!! "French justice, never! give me the 'probably PaS beyond the limit fui considera- ?' all hoe-lovv.s, .- '

:lel 'ld'man Godfrey buried 'eofle!* (u :4tcng put to go of out,tie and garden he had L with a heavy heart that the widow at Goc.d CIf .*! I Tunisian: I am in a hurry.:' attraction.- .' -' ,': renomists.-..-jfeio'Ycrk Sun,, ,
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If;* :ioir bfour mibscribmf ere trill let their nbcripuon :No noIS. KID or ovJo s. PARASOLS,

; that expire a ,omen and W Ikon we.. the1rpperIa b-g all such a to nod remember HENRY. A. L'ENGLE, Manager. W. N. BAKER. Cashier Silk Umbrellas, Zephyrs;" and all kindsof A W & NO- IbOIII WTKGM S I

A4 : flcadOD_ot fact and A to renew AT ONCE. material for TARY

JOB riUNTING.-We Vto-> ; J OK80 lLLEJFLA. Fcurtcy Work I
print Business
dolt and other CArlh.Ta2"l". Bill Head LK er STAKKK, BRADFORD COCXTY. FLORIDA. Gekds Store
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c ,t; and Note Homines. Envelope.Hand Bflli.. wwwm J'V"'f"WLL /' Prompt attention to order ABSTRACT OF TITLE and Real Estate Palace II' : ,
Statements,and Job work Eenor&l),. DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS RECEIVED. COLLECTION 50 West Bay 8t, Cor. Laura.
Jau.4 18 < .JACKSONVILLE. FLA. law a Specialty.
MADE AT USUAL RATES OF EXCHANGE. m
Local AdTert,!* rent In. thte column will be Abstracts furnished showing every Deed,

chv;ftJ twenty-fly*cent per line. v NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale Judgment, Attachment TAKJis Ii ltiI J&A
-. and all .mailers of Public ,
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: The weather is fine. LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE )
of Real Estate -
HEELER WILSON'S New No.8. Record & file affecting Titles -
Drummers FLA., Nov. 15. 1886. f in Bradford county Florida. up toe .- .iIIu-. -I---
are plenfiful. -
'='::-WITH Notice is hereby given that the f&Iowdat Abstract..

;j Our streets arc full of Strangers. 11KCENT IMPROVEMENT 8 ing-named settler has filed notice of his mt$ i"
!lomestic nqWktt r1}
intention to make final proof in supportof Headquarters for FIRE IXSURANC E ; I Ii
-Good "'8 gold," Drexel' Bell Cologne. his claim. and that said proof will be representing the Liverpool &; London&, I !

$ made before Repister& Receiver, U. S.Land Globe Co. OOdS1
When horse can't get green food distemper THE IJf-T MACHINE TO BIT BECAUSE I i
Office at Gainesville, Fla.. on Saturday .
IT
often" fatal ,Day' Horse Powder ISDII'J,}':, January 15, 1887 viz: Stouton A.rickland M. C. JORDAN.

. is a preventive. NOISELESS.LICHT St of Lake Side. Fla. H. E. i Geetls, Laees MIJbtevYe,
RUNNINUAdapted 14318. for the N E*. Sec 22. T 7 8 R 23 E. I

Dr. Bull's" Baby Syrup conlalni! nothing to nil kinds of woik and recom lie names the following/ witnesses to Attorney and Counselor at Las I I CM T'S AND B YS' HATS, BOOTS ANDSHES

I injurious to the little f ones. It It safe.85C mendedy\ your phj idanl. and the{ thou prove his continuous residence upon, and

l ioe '.:'f..r Hinds 61' l.iihc.s\\h! () are working it. cultivation 4Jt. said land, viz: S AND FINE CLOTHING.

Office and salerooms, 31 W. Bay street, M.:W. Lee, of Lake Side, Fla. u*. Solicitor in Equity. k _
.Ii Be sure and caM for Dr. BuU' Cough ? JACKSONVILLE, FLA. H. Jarrett. of Lake Side Fla. e.. .::

Syrup, if you are trouble with a bad I 1 F. W. CHURCIIOUSE.: Manager. W. R. Glisson. of McRne. Fla. LI iCKSONTILL FLORIDA.WMpnctk -

(ouh or cold. C. WRIGHT, Agent, C. M. Priest. of Wilderness. Fla.
STARKE. FLA. S. C. TVCKER Register.
Mr. Frank U S. Land Office. fa lID eM 8tate 04 Federal CoarU.fUhm .
: Walls, one of the bola'rail Nov. W. 6w. MtlM editor of this paper. HJuekamrUk T1ime Card THB
roal contractors I BavMuh _d New York NI NI5t
arrived
Jw>me a few days.
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::4 -J ago, and will rest up for a few weeks. 4 ,: #. # ww tf y*> yfcfffffffffff NOTICF FOR PUBLICATION.LAND Pensaeola and Atlantic Bairoad
TfUf OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE. ) J. T. WILLI.Attorney
? ATrs. Fred Morgan and Taking effect Aug 24th. 1884Ar
children re- FLA.. Nov. 15. 18:6. f

\ fa bnme from'" 8t Augustine on 8AVI3 MONEY BY BUYING F Notice is hereby given that the follow at Law Le 4. 12.80 8.55 p m..Cincinflt1..6mA m...Louisville.. 2,30 am" $

Jfareday last where they have been hIt- ing-named settler has filed notice of his 4. 8,2S a in... .Nashville... ..7,1 p m "
/Og witk her sister. intention to make final proof in support ofhis 8TAKKK PI.&. .4 5,25 Pm..Birmingham..11,00 am If MUTUAL BENEFIT

Farwell & claim, and that eaid proof will be made '' 9,20 m..Montgomery...6,55 a in"e6,15pm..HOUtfl..6,4OamA
.- THB TELEOBAPU will be found Page before Register &: Receiver, U, S. Land I p
on sale Win Martlet' te an tltt OMrU.f tW 4tk u4 stk L SOCIETY.
V at Morgan Bros newsstand on the wharf. Office at Gainesville, Fla., on Saturday, rJdcla1(::1rcalta.L. 4. 6,25pfli..NeW0f1fl5..1O,1m''

They wlU also receive -DEALERS IN- January 15, 1887, viz: Moses Coleman of 11,50 a m.....Mobile. .....4.45am'Going : YORK.
NEW
$1.In/ subscription at FINE AND MEDIUMFURNITURE Lake side, Fla. II. E. 8262, for the N W* East. Going West. OF I
adyance.d Sec22T7SR23 E. B. RHODES.Attorney )
}I-GIlL ROUTE t
The head He names the following witnesses to No. 233 Broadway New York.
bhould be kept cool, the feet ATLANTIC EX ) ( OCLF EX. II
continuous residence upon. ancultivation I -
I ''Warm, and the bowels prove at Law 5. a m Le..Pensacola..Ar 11,00 p m '
of Dr. regular by the u.e 18 AND -M EAST BAY STREET. c of, &aullaoll. viz: 5.,5sni... .. .. Milton..lOOSpm5am..Chatfins. President: Secr and Tress:
Bull's Baltimore Pills if you M. W. Lee. of Lake Side.; Fla. 6, ..... .. 9,20pm AL SOU LARD WM. D. CHANDLER. I
t -would H. Jarrett, of Lake Side Fla.
avoid djr
pepsla. JLC7rSOflVL1I(3 Fla.
7,55am..Lake deTurniak..8.18pm Vice-Pmidents: I
First I W. R. Glisson. of McRae. Fla. and Solicitor in Chancery 8.03am....... Argyle.... .. .8,10pm E. A. QUINTARD. J. F MORSE.

.1. quaterly meeting for Starke staitioa C. M. Priest of Wilderness. Fla. 8,38 am.... .. .'Gary ville.. .. .7,32 p m I DIRECTORS

will be the 18, and. 19th. Preaching S. C. TCCKEK Register.. AU BtrTLKa, FLORIDA. 9,10am .. .Chipley.. .....7, pm
t at the Methodift Church Tuesday and The Largest Book Store Nov. 20. 6w. U. S. Land Office. I 9.5.5 am. .Marianna. .. ..6, pm A. G. GOODALL
I "a Bank Note Co..New' Yort.
Wednesday 1 O,53am..RiVCr Junction... 5. pm I President Am.
3> Bev.- creniug-at 7} o'clock p. m. South'h A Card. : win pnctlce lBntteCo.tiafin 1M Sta.... 0- F. R & N. Co. O.D. BALDWIN 1'U

t *r y 0. A. Fulwood. The Sanford Publishing Companyaving I Court UOOM. _ 10.2r p m.......Starke .......2.47am I President Fourth National Bank.Sew York

( Mr. L C. Webb, will soon erect on hORACE contracted of the Florida with the Annual Publishing Con Dr. A. P. SMITH Through Pullman Sleepers. R. CAR IEY COMBES,

.Madison Avenue, opposite the residence 1 ereneeM. E. Church South to publish the River Junction to Pensacola, mobile and I President Exchange Fire Ins.Co..New York. 1'L

-of Dr. J, L. Qaskins, a neat 1 Florida Christian Advocate, which will ikeciticeniof Rctpcctfoltr I offer r tdfurd bU COtlllt profusion,.. Diseases services"t wand *u> New Orleans. A. L. SOULARD,
Jittlc cottage. Mr. and cosy 59 and 61 WEST BAY STREET:; appear between the Island 10th of March I, .CD chil.lr. n -ciaily treated. Will be founJ Throughrain of Palace day coaches between President Sterling Fire IBS. Co.,New York.E. .
Lake Sitzer, of Kingsley I would call attention of the Methodistsand a home,op sniupMtu Lakt, whea WM profewioo- Jacksonville and Pensacola. A. QUINTARD,

'. contractor. JACKSONVILLE FLA. the friends of the enterprise throughout 1 tlll eaa-od. _________________ Junction Ala., via Baldwin, Tallahassee L
; And the State, that if any desire a specimen -- and Pensacola. WM. D. SNOW,
still
the street cleaning i copy of the paper, to send their name Am. Loan aol Trust Co.. New York.
'i goes on ? rN ( Tickets on sale at all principal ticket Secretary
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.each end of town WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. =nd postoffice address to the Sanford Publishing DRICKLA .
is striving to out do the Company, Sanford Florida.I I offices to all points west and northwest.F HENRY C. ROBIN'sON.

other. The Teleg-aph lives at one end but BOOK, STATIONERY, PAPER, MUSIC, TOYS AND FANCY GOODS, JAS. P. Dl: AM/i. Editor. C. SHEPARD, Of Porter Bros..t Co..New York. fe
all the same we will buy W. D. CHIPLEY, Gen. Pass. r \VM. B. FULLER,

.& cleanest eau. so take our grits in. the All the latest Books, Newspapers and Periodicals received as soon as published, and I: DB ....,.. V'I 'E m F. J. FIELD Gen. Supt. With H. B. Clafiit& Co.,New' York.
C.
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warning all. supplied/ at publishers list. My slot-k is complete in every (1t'l'lIrIIllNlt.lerC'hants'' .j; 'J" ,.r., .l.' A-p HENRY: B. PIERCE,
.
Since the Holidays are past and the and Consumerllmaydepemlon Getting pri<*es as low as any Northern eitv. Allorders A Practioner of Medicine for the last K now Mttled permanently In StArk. and is readir r IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD COUNTY. Of Hutcbjnsoo, Pierce& Co..New York.E. .
New Year filled promptly and accurately. thirty-nine the last of which I lo do any Brickwork Plastering, Kalt r FLORIDA. If.ltt
?;, .had a nicely started, tie Mayor has Have also largely increased*my stock of IJASK: : I BALL (::000.I'tl:; l now have- was in the years city of Chicago 19years and in whichhe : warranted.Papet llaogiug.HOOd work(Cbimnejr satisfaction built; perfect eimrantetd.Charges draft. William Jones ) Attachment. Sum swornvs D. WHEELER, M. D.,

rest from official duties. We have everything including BATS A HALLS, BELTS ('.\ ':$:, M ,\SKS:: ::, U.OVKS) HIII] was engaged largely in the treatment of : moderate. EsiinutM. given. Work done I Mo 17827. Damages Medical Din>eior.New York
I a good Mayor and he Is not afraid to lay ranging prices from cheapest to the best :My 1 pi icon are low and special term chronic diseases and in the practice of by UM dar or"u&ract.ORANGES.. Owen Owens ) $356.M.
on the fines, we advise all the will be made dealers or clubs buying in qimntiiii! '. Gynaecology having now settled near The Defendant, and all other personr ONLY TWELVE ASSESSMENTS

boys to Starke will ORANGES interested, are hereby requited to hive been levied fromi881 to 1SS6 aver-
keep quiet and be orderly.If :horace: DrevvJ.CJ open an office in Johns' Brick appeaC Iii
Block. From 2 to 4 p. m. Wednesday & -SHIP- and plead to the declaration filed aring three a year. and making the costfor uld

any one who has paid up their su b. SOXYILLE, FLA. Saturday of each week, beginning on J. H. F. KEXTO* CO. above entitled cause on or before the assessments to a man of 40 yean of
crlption full Wednesday 16th. inst. COMMISSION MERCHANTSRoom first Monday of April. 1887; otherwise
Jo receive their paper regularly __. --- '- -. First judgment will be entered by default. age; less thLu4fCes dollaniyenr for each $1.
we would.) ....----.. --- --- consultation will be free, and all 6.Commercial Euhan .
consider it a favor if they strictly confidential. Philadelphia Pa. COMEK L. PEEL 000 of insurance.
'would notify us at once as Cash advances on Consignment As to packing Plaintiff's Attorney.
in
many names from droping so : William A. Boors and Rhipin*apply to N. W. Hewed Resident Starke. Fla., D.>.c. Pth, '86. Dec. Ii, 3ni SLFONDR CIRCULARS.SALVATION at
our list, theie might, NOTICE FOR PUBICATION. agent. Po to ice Starke Fla. Residence Crystal !l .
by mistake, have Lake Clay co.Fla.
left been some few names LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, I N. W. HEWES, Special :Master's Sale.
off tint were not intended. FLA., October 27, 1886. fNotice Oct. 23. '86. 3-m. Starke. Fla.
: .JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASUCCESSOR By vwture of a decree rendered by Hon.
The raauy friends of J. is hereby gven; that the following James M. Baker. Judge of 4th Judicial
W.
Hodges, named settler has tiled notice of his i intention I L. C. HULL .
will) fled Circuit of Florida
him hereafter at the ( TO J. E. HART.) I an the 26th day of
4. H. Hi store of W. to make final proof in support ot October A. D. 1886, In the cause wherein U ai.ipwii
vcrs. Wesley is one*of the best THE OLDEST SEED HOUSE IN JACKSONVILLE (ESTABLISHED 1875.' his claim, and that said proof will be CONTRACTOR and BUILDER, Aaron L. Scott way complainant and July
fellows in America made before Register and Receiver U. S.
polite
and Samuel Feaster
defendant.
I
was
'I to all his customers. attentive 'JD-olesale Dealer 1.. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla., on December STARKE FLA. special master therein named. will, as
He.will be on
cmk :
pleased ,
16
1&16. viz Winfield J.
to see his : Palmer !Monday the 3d day of January A. D.
I of business.acquaintances at his new olace ,Garden Seeds and Grain. Lake Side. Fin., lid. No. 16024 for theSj: PLANS and specification furnished upon ap 1887 in front of the Court Hause in the .....
I of S Ei Sec. 82. Tp 7, S R 22 E. plication. Carpenter work of all kinds solicited town of Lake Butler in Bradford I
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---- and promptly executed. county keUt41.
We were shown a sample of BOY Garden Seeds are pure, fresh and genuine. I )handle only the best. Sendo He names tile following witnesses to Florida offer for sale to the highest and
quince that the Chinese my Catalogue. A full stock of prove his continuous residence upou, ai dcultivatiun May L4c No. 1O I. best bidder for cash the following described

day, all Chinese weighed fruit 24 does ounces the other HAY, CORN OATS BRAN. GROUND) FEED, J. W. Uuruh of, kaid ni, of land Lake, viz Side: .'Ia.E. ci ,O. O.night F. Meets at Odd every Fellow Friday piece or parcel of land to wit: One

I and no doubt nicely in Florida SCREENIGS, FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL I COTTON SEED MEAL; :. H. Roberts of .. >Hall. Transient brothers acre in the Northeast corner of the Northeast Ut41.

lar this will be a very popu. RUST PROOF OATS. SEED! RYE, ETC., ETC, Harvy Jarret of .. cordially invited to attend quarter of the Northwest quarter of p.
fruit two year old trees for J.T.Fcwkesuf .. .. .4 W. LAKE. E. JOHNS section twenty-seven Township six South
Starke by J. W. Sydbotten.are sale in. -:-ALSO STATE AGENT FOR- S. C. Tucker.Oct.30. Secretorv. Noble Grand.Uradii' of Range twentj-two east. situated in said
I county& State. Sale within legal hours.
Ldce No..a P. and
The show i has come and J. E. Tygerts t.Co's celebrated Star Brand Fertilizers (guaninU>ed anal vsN,) comprising 86 6t leis'er. A.M. Reeularcommunicationsstvond JAMES T. WILLS, *icattga,..

away many of the gone taking the Orange Tree and Vegetable fertilizer. Pure (J round Ji\ne. Mi- _U. S. Land Office. o and fourth Saturdays in each month. Nov. 30, 1886. Special Blaster.SPKE .
hard eaVned dollars of Potash, Kaioit Land, Plaster. etc.. etc. Prices on application.WM. --- -- R. E. HCNTEE: W. LAKE: i --.---- -...---- ,.
our citizens 4 Secretary. W. M.
Q but such is life; why do A. BOUlt S. Jacksonville, F la. NOTICE FOR PU LIUATION.L -

: work if not to hflvc at least a small we ND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE. | IMP'D. ORDER OF RED XEXOSCEOU. \ INSTITUTE. so was..
4.k ; of the part A B.W. das(1vd.eR.d.Mn
enjoyment that comes; "all work FLA., Nov. 15, 1886f f TUIBK No. 1, FLA.-Council 1886-Starke. Bradford eo.PIa.-ISSt c.-zmSd, aM

t. anti no play makes Jack a dull boy." ONCEVMORETO THE FRONT .11 Notice is hereby given that the follow Fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep) For Males and Females.To _
;Mr. T. W. \j* ing-named settlerhas tiled notice of I his at their Wigwam, Starke Fla.
: Sweat, one of intention to make final Transient Brothers cordially invited to I OPEN IST MONDAY IN SETT.
our most e in.'f with the most complete assortment of Ute in proof in supportof ;
ergetic and popular merchants, is styles his claim and that said proof will lie attend. W. W. TUMBLIX G. C. LOONEV A. M.-Principal.PKOF. OIL

a large and well ventilated erecting made before Register &: Receiver U. S. &che'DI. W. F. SEALS-Music Department. ,

on the N. W. CQrner of store building FINE BOOTS AND SHOES FORthe ]L Land Office Gainesville, Fla.. on Saturday WILLIAM LAKE, I MRS. E. B. WILSON-Art Department. ".Th Greatest Cars on Earth for.Pals."

move his his lot and will) January 15, 1887. John Colemau, Chief of Records.IN With corps of competent assistants. Will relieve ,more quickly titan any

msoynewand large stock of goods, beside add New Year's TRADE. Great Bargains in Footwear. of Lake Side Fla. II. E. 8263. for the J E* CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD COUNTY: RATES OF TUITION PER Mo. As FOLLOWS: fthcr knows remedy. Rheumatism,

attractive styles to his ofNwi&NIofNE,8ec24T7 SR 23 FI.OHIDA. PRIMARY DIFABTC: Spelling. Reading. lenralgia.Swellings,Braises,Burns,
already complete stock. No Fancy Prices. Only First-Class Good /' E. Thomas V. Porter ) Attachment. Sum Writing with Primary Arithmetic, Primary I SesJds.Cuts Lumbago,Sores,Frost-
He Grammar and
names t'le following witnesses to Geography $3,00) bites Backache
Wounds Headache
Mr. Chas. VI. _.. [sworn to $350.67. PBCPAKATORY DItPA&nh'r-Grammar.G ,
II. his eo.
prove continuous resilience: Toothache
Sitzer. of Klogs1 upou and Owen Owens. raphy. Arithmetic. Compo ltoD. Ut Sprains. Ac. Sold brail
.Lake ) Damages $701.34. degree '
formerly from New York A. L. VON cultivation of, said land. viz: ot Algebra,Ac.. 3,00 Driwsts Price 25 Cents a Bottle.
the city. Mr. is visiting in KIRN M. W. Lee, of Like :Side Fla. The Defendant and all other persons COLLEOIATK STTDIK8-each or alt U 00 -
Sitzer hai a beautiful or 11. Jarrett. of Luke; Side Fla. interested are hereby required to appear Mrsic ((10" lessons" $4.00: Inlere tlHC; Experience*.

ange grove and is generally considered W. It. GlUsjn. of McRae, Fla. and plead to the declaration filed in the ART No incidental fees. $3,00 i Hiram Camer, on Furniture Dealer of

r rare catch but we warn our a THE POPULAP BOOT AND SHOE HOUSESTARKE.. FLJL\ C. M. Priest. of Wilderness.) Fla. above entitled cause, on or before the Our pupils have not hitherto been far Columbus. GJI.* tt-lls his experience thus:

''k to Whste too much time city girls not C. TUCKER: ItegiMer. first Monday of April. 1887; otherwise enough advanced to allow of arrancemen1.: For three years I hnvu tried every remedy
setting traps.- Nov. 20. 6w. U. h. Land Office. judgment will be entered by default in Collt'ire classes! rtrnrwr_ An.1 nil. Una. fD the market for Stomarh mid Kidney
J\lr. W. H. Davis COMER; L. 1'ICKK. deprecation-- ( Disorders, but srot. no iHii-f until; T ,s..p1
left of
kind
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: his New York on Thursday for Attorney for Plaintiff. any false! show or Electric Bilters. Took five bottles and;
humbuggcry has heretofore
home. forbidden
Starke was Mr. Davis stay in J W! t\ARDELL\ MAKE MONEY. Starke. Fla.. Dec. 9th. 86.:! JJec. 11. 3m. issue catalogue. Now.however.ourclasses us to un now cured. and think Electric Bitters .;
short
but I
he will return ) I, i in Latin,Greek Sciences.Mathematics Le Best Blood Purifier in the \\'lIrld.--
soon. His beautiful again Fortunes are yearly made by successful NOTICE. ,and ITajor A. B Reed of West
opper- Lik-ity. Ky..
grove about 3 miles ators in stocks, grain and oil. Six Belles-lettres demand it, and our Institute
south of town is Practioal These invest weeks after date 1 will apply to the will ised Electric Bitten for an old standing"
looking ments frequently from $300 to& 0 hereafter be conducted as .
well and pay &.0> or more Honorable a College!
good hands is in on each $100 InV\ Wd. Address for circulars; Joseph B. Richard. County and degrees will be conferred Kidnty affection: and says: "Nothing ha*
its having let the contract for reliable borrespondenta wanted. William E.I I Judge of the County of Bradford. Stateof as they are ever done me so much good as Electric .
care so Mr. Noah Rkbanl.. Banker and broker, &, 40 aud 42 Florida for letters of administration won.Board Sold
at
Geiger on fifty cents bottle
most solid farmers. one of our Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker, Broadway, N. Y. LOANS. County the estate of of Bradford William decease.Hayes late Tim of the Seals at $12.00 with the per Principal month.-or one with taking Prof.tie i.Ktjers.J. KELLY. a 4 -by J,

Dr. application boys and the other the
M. 8. girls. Other
located Beunett.with of Oxford. MichlBHrtm St ax 3se3 Fla, I to 4 per time cent In duration per annum on;good 3 months security.INVESTMENTS.to. a life the largest will creditor be made upon the request of private houses will take pupils at $10.90 good

\ The Doctor, after us for a short while. Cf"HAVING LOCATED in Starke. in the brick building formerly occupied by C Dec. 15. '86. V. J. !SHIPMAN. to no $12.00 longer per allow month only we will
: visiting our rules
principal nearly all the E. Wyinan, I respectfully solicit work in my line trom tie citizens of the town and surrounding tramplci i
towns by and
upon boys I
in having board
the South AU work warranted: Charges moderate. NOTICE. girls it ,
Florida! county. Hooting, Gutters and the
has .
in
same house.
the
except of ,
returned case rdatives
to Starke atid Leaders djj O: will secure one Crunswick )-ThaJer Bond All -
is more than says that he specialty.ALL ORDERS T*> and one Italian Red ("ros U nd. the next for persons are warned from trading where the gentleman or lady of the
pleased PROMPTLY }'IIJLED.JACKSONYILlE' a certain promisary note made
of by house
with Starke redemption whld&IOOn takes |> J vicinity. He will be found and bond participates in four redemption drawings Wm. Malphurs and N. C. Wainwright boarder. I
House. Sec at the Hodges annually and has more than one chance to obtain for $5.9 with a credit of $35 due December Public II If
Lis school fund credited
I
card a premium of f on
in rum $30.000 to ftlOUO.OlO.: 08 montlly
another
column. LARGE DRY GOODV HOUSE. i nterrst on the investment and the Bonds at all 1. 1885 and payable to Win. Andrews. r reports as heretofore.No .
)Ir. L. B. Kiefer, of times are worth their face value and must be Also a certain county script issued on deduction for absence
wrote Lancaster, Pa., redehmed by their leopective governments the Monday. December 6. to L. T. Richard of sickness except j i incases
us that
:-Having Hams: as our United State keeps the pupil off t'
a government bonds.
I most thirty sprained leg of J- No blanks. No risks whatever and hundreds I for building the Alligator creek Bridge the streets for at least weeks. Address
days standing and after trying KOHN FURCHGOTT of opportunities of repemption. with premiums: $98.76 endorsed by L. T. Richard, on o. (L LeoirrT"_
lai\tr a dOzeD advertised & BENEDICTOFFER ranging from $10 to$10u.OUO-500OOii Lire being I December 11, No. of the script 470 as the - _
preparations in one of the largest premiums. $3 will
tlw secure one : same have been: lost.
market without of
these
bonds for the nest redemption.
,- 1 tried Salvation satisfactory results Remit $3 by; Money order dratt. registered J. W. ANDRWB. NEW DRUG 8:1M
Oil. and in less that AN: IlDIlNSJSTOCK'Ol": letter os t'xprt'll'Balant.'c payable in monthly -- WJ'
three days my leg .., i installments. U. S. government bonds on -
was a'l ..
right again m nthl> payments. Address for Orange IV
circulars College
Tin-re's' nothing like it. SPRING GOODS at very reasonable prjces. Sijer Silk Nun's Veiling. Satins; O. W. Foster. bunL.fr 42 Broadway, N. Y. etc. il.lIfJlr! rUB ,
Sateens, Brocaded Goods, Black silks Cob : lVi4ie: Goo.I". lIebl'orcs) ------ -- 4STARKE I.LA.*- .
,
Dr
A. Campbcll.of Mourning Goods,SprIng C'ashnwrs(all ho above in imulellsl' "aril ic"r' -
is in the city. The Americus, Ga., Fine Laces, Beads, Swiss Elgitiz: :4. ltibhons, Par'wolols, Jlo"i- Ix CiucriT. }'L.CornT. BRADFORD COUXTY 4TH CiaCVIT. Opens Sept. 6. 1886. and continues ten = I !
able )lecture Dr. delivered a very ery Buttons, Corset Underwear (i I tigliams, Straw U.>bt. M. Smith 1 u months with vacation Christmas week. ciii( II'-
at the Baptist Church Hats and )Millinery latw-t styles and choice vs TEACHERS.Prof. .
on
WcdncriLiy; evening. He is selections. Carpet*. Matting.I Oil t Cloth, I..:HCO Curtains E. E. Smith. ) O. P. Young. teacher Natural Science 1 filii !
1 speaker au excellent Window Shades, UUKS, CrnulPoles, Crumb I Cloths at It epp.-.irim: to the court that the t'efenoent in and the Normal Department. Prof. J. I. Hop
touch as $Iarke people and lar election. Thfie is the above cauMi. E. E Saii.h n-skleR without the kins. teacher of the : 1:1'
the rarely have: v rylqw't; figures a >; ah>oiit.-lv] notiiin"j i Classics Higher Mathemat -
.
1 pleasure State of Fla. toVit: III ca.h'ill.| in l ics Ac. .
Srateof Prof. W. T.
to listen to. The Dr. is also in the line of Dry Goods that we do not i'p. \\ Mii.t flr4l.rZ. |i.ethey I'ennxji'aniu. U isril -rt.l tlml gaul defendant; and Vocal music Tomson and teacher Elocution.of Instrumental Miss dll-J

liart owner in the valuable spring large or small. .:1:-SPECIAL ATTENTION J'AH It 'J'O ORDERS.) :: do appear and pletd.answer or demur to the Bill L Mary B. Brown. teacher In the intermediate De-, J. J. KELLEY.MANAGER
ly with proper tiled in this CHUMon the first monday in January uaitment. Miss Ellen Davis teacher in the 1'1 .
our own Dr. Powell. Should you visit our..Hty./ call on us; you will f lJllulIl" xioro' attractive .\. L>. 1 M7. Mini that this order be published! Primary Department.TUITION. I I'rec
ourawaorttnentcomplete' and! in the Flond.i Weekly Telegraph a AND DEALER IN ,
:\u> piiceN KMxmile| .v newspaper PER MONTH. !
"oman can have her for Clothing for Men and ,., published! In said county, for four weeks. Pure !
.
8l'\'t"r patience more special deparluien\) Boys nl (jelL's JAKES M. BAKEB: Primary !t.50; Intermediate $2: Higher;Col Drugs and ][licinwr! Toilet Ai- I _
vjy tnt'pl
tlian: by a fretful child., Underwear. Nov. 13th 1KW. Judge. I egiiite4; Instrumental music $3; use of instrument ticles, Perfumery, Etc., Etc.
\IMu RESPECTFULLY for practice 50 ct Vocal
nothing ; music 8 class
can please and a dose of 1 lessons.V) cents; Elocution 8 class lessons::10 eta; STARKE, - FLORIDA.PHYSICIAN'S 1f'
White'st"rt'.lilll Vermifuge will relieve the 0-ioui: w. JL\UlEXS, Art $3; All tuition payable monthv. T I .-
child if it is troubled with Kahn Furchgott & Benedict. BOARDWith


ted f<-re further do not allow when your such child a worms.remedy to be tormen There is at .. '-IIIUUm tXCLUSIVKLY! IX- cheap not Good including the convenient Principal mashing 93 and per and week pleasant ironing.payable. board weekly.very PRESCRIPTIONS('O IPOt: DED,. CAREFULLY 1eM. I L!; I Itr5! 1 lfICI:: I

private families.
hand. I .*...*U k.-$1.at lbS.S111 .
I This would bo PU RLIQUOR$ The school is pleasantly situated and St irkr I r
a comparatively happy i*healthy. .Ben Jooec was a capital fellow.

Hoarseness very annoying to theMiffmr EUHUNTERICONTRACTOR I world SMITH'S if everYbody nILE BEANS knew the virtues of 10I'RICJ.S Free school first four months (possibly five.) YER SOHDVERTISINq "ftMBWfiSM1 I
as wdl ay1 "'SB R. as a family Pupils under';. and over 21 yeaml old and from
:
hi* nltenijits \ compelled. to endure ; I medicine, and acted upon that know- 2I'or; wnt lower than any other counties must pay regulai rates. i his sweet heart she shook him
mv *t.lon. But ledge. one half For Catalouue and i-rtber \
the misery of the world other hon tt in hv ,ity. to O. P. OUSG. particulars apply l I Mkb made poor Ben loudly beJJ W.
110 tine need buffer fi\ ) comes from Principal.GOLD
t ailments
which
'not" erl- arise from Ben bad a friend
Country orders solil' tAtI. Price named McQneew.
Misiwulti-ofHi-old \ XUIuse; L! Cousis and BUII..D) U. I a bad stomach or a bad liver. Chiefest lists Jnt\ f fillES to> told him to take SMITH '
honey ot Tur the r\ among these are dyspepsia, biliousness upon applicition.! flUto are....*. tat IW. vto writ<. GENTSI iBPAWS DIL ).
,
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remedy ever SUom' .C... .....
rortterf.H lM..a1U. j'
zt red the public for coir y, colds and "|:3LANS>> and Specifications furnished on. 1 filcfheadache and Keuratgla. !; .geut fur I LKMl I *** S:. LOIII-. floti led rr.*, full iDforiulMa .toot wwk which BthW! I ow he's as!OBY,8Sany pinkposey.
usfaNt.f of throat and lus.. TI'J.it and JL short notice. and good work assured. BILE BANS. ill cure all of these, : Ke r. !Jil-Wt, U.,y Stu-et, lit j CM da.*..lrt..*bow.OMl will Jqlheta" 4.id baa married a woman of
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VflWUU
means
; a-' ft.9.r"'I.aola 1.
besides Ie day. -
loc CUll vlllccd. I all miasmatic P EmIlATES 4..FIE "
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,1 1. diseases. Dose: ,. ,.... at o.oaCa .DiIe Beans will clear tile
t On.o Dean. ra.cf'itn\ l. Fa ............ y............. -n..__ .... %)sweeten the breaco. comptexion: :]
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lugs seemingly irqpossible may H. RIVERS .- 4 '-
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. a 11I1 and by Liver Electric Cam Bitters plaint, have after eiDER, PRv IN. :; DEALER IN joi-I My ntmc is Matinee Cholly, e $$11( te1l" .. II.

jnir else bad been tried in vain. I ERIES, : -- I tind it SI1 awfully jolly, I I. ilttrPreknpcars to liive CIILr'lrt'ciiveyed 7lafliebers

i't think there ia no cure for you, : AND G-OOIDS : To sit at the mat. \\a AT- Ms .dM tinn. vigor. ami I w ,
Electric Bitters. There Is 8T1RKE,BRADFORD FLORIDA. has fefl'
no AND Just COt. 'ttitn. He huts renewed ;
Fine behind a tall hat
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a safe, BO pure, And so perfect D. MOORE. iiis custom of recefVing "Seuatora and
Puritier. Electric Bitters will Disregarding the stage and its folly. s
rtpepsia,Diabetes and all Diseases ALSO KEEPS E R I E S I.c WB. Members calling upon business of itnpof- j ; .

Jdne.VB. Invaluable in affections A fresh 8upply of Soda Do. I .like it? Deah boy, I should stuttah, Editors and Proprietors. Lace before one o'clock ia the afternoon.He .

atcb and Liver, and overcome all I at aft times. W. Corner Walnut and Call Si*., I feel so utUhly uttah, Starke Fla. Jan. 15 has disposed the basincfO laid over 1,
Difficulties. Here 1887..
ry Bottles only 50 cts. atJ.J. Kel- is the place to get a Florida. While my eye glass I twirl during his Illness. and Will doulAhrS* wm -.

- -q- 2 Florida OR ,_ And mash very girl THIS catch up with ha current work; 4

",j. :.- Havana Cigar 'fill the chappies with jealousy muttah.Oh PIP & ii
constantly in store
a .
general stock
01. Excitement In Texaa At ,..18tantly on
the b :
stand of Geo. yes, I am Matinee Cholly, .
itmenihas been caused in the \ Railroad To the Editor of T..Tsl.a8ura-'i a'l
lyof Paris, Tex,by the remarkable \lam prepared GOODS AND GROCERIES As neat as a pretty wax dolly, The Stark Telegraph it tht : 4
of Mr. J. E. Corley. who was t'btn1 flotice.ICII to supply From my collar to feet. Legal Advertising Newspaper i.. Never seeing anything- l 1i'i.the TEL -.' '

leus he could not turn in bed, orhIe 3 '83. he offers at temarkabjy low prices, I'm as trim and as sweet Bradford County. Has a circulation OBATH about the Son's of Temperance, of .
,
Consumption.head; everybody A trial said bottle ho was of Cash or Country Produce. As a new Cwistmas card fwamed in TIMES n the County LARGER than any other paper Suite. I thought a few lines would,"lit not .

JUng's New Discovery w*s went him. D. n -4KIf4G holly. be aad. :r

Jinir relief, be bought a large bottle THE GREAT EASTERN. Bradford Division No. IS. compoaed.

j a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills "Peace of about 83 members in good-standing I
TE hath
L*time he had taken two boxes ofhand POWELL M. D., her victories as well as It has been a number of years since '

two bottles of the Discovery, heiVell an experience of in war," and among them we note the triumphs much has been 'heard of the mammoth male and female-with aa' *average.-, attendance .

and had gained in flesh thirty- of his profession twenty has years no hesi of Cou us' Honey of Tar, over steamship "Geat Eastern," yet we learn of 20. The prospeeia of the 'Dirt

Bottles nnds. of this Great Discovery for in promising the latest, and most POWDERAbsolutely all so-called remedies for colds. coughs or that she is to.day in qnitc as perfect con sion is good new members' 'coming in .

omption free at J. J. Kelly. 2H. treatment to those asking his disease of throat and lung Having triedit dition as on the day she was launched. every week. such aa will assist and still

we know this is the best preparation ju"t further stimulate the prosperity which
to the twenty.nine
country promptly attended. years ago.
of females and children a special Pure.This ever made for a deep-seated rough, and "This steam-ship." says the Scientific seems to have come to the Order.

I P. CULVER, ( qILrl [ powder n ver varies. A marvelof will never fail when used according to American, "which for more tha' a third How thankful we ought to be. that the

at Kelley's Drug Store, or at his purity, strength and wholesomeness.More' directions of a century hItS remained the Temperance cause is'stil slowly but
Contractor and Builder. in East Starke. e-o'\onue l than the ordinary largest ever felt
A steadly gaining ground. MuJiave ,
furnished kinds, and cannot be sold in competitionwith constructed was designed, about 1853, by
LArs and specification on the multitude low The town is full of and and know the good effects institution -
-AND- of test short strangers pros- the
notice. Job work of all kinds distinguished Engineer Drunel, for
short attended to. *! weight alum of phosphate powders. pects are brightening every day, if this the trade between England and Australia.It in our land;and yOod'bIe-_our !,
npUy t & CREWSDEALERS Sold only in (afls. Royal Baking Powder "
I 8TARKE. FLA. [ Co., 105; Wall-st., N Y. pleasant weather would hoi I, for a time was calculated that a ship could be Order which has for its aim the perpetuity -

April 17. 'WLFLORIDA and give Florida a chance to show its self, built b ving of the honor and Glory o! mankind in .. -.t 4 ;
MISS L. BUGG. JAL ti lUo1 given to sufficient capacity to carjr ,
i;, IN .
at I'eUoDAbie and Jewelry &..&c. everybody would begin to put on'a broad enough coal for the round trip in addition general. ( .i -

-FASHIONABLEIllllNER and Pace. price8 for cash. : \GJOODS" OT & NAVIGATION CO. smile and this dbll feeling that has grown to a great many passengers and a Reader, come and go with us, u.is&latuMding

August. 1882.ANDREWS. over the citizen woulJ institution. tbaUlp know .
wear away with up aa
paying cargo. She was built J. Scott -
AND DRESS-MAKER. )' otion CENTRAL(90TH \1 ERIDIAN) :. the dull weather. If by best friend. AalltUedrops'of nine f4
ia
& TnUlr' every man who ownsa Russel at his works in Mi'ilwall. London. your


NO CURE I NO PAY I LIVERY AND SAL Boots < Shocs, ,,"-itMA, ..- .'.:'..,,'-":..'-,._--...'._-:",:.,;-,-...".f.q._.' .1.-.''.t..o...."_'..<."," plaut bit of il iu ground Irish potatoes would or go other home vegetables and- and. was 1857.ready but could to be not launched be moved in November until brightens brightens the the world meadow.;it relieves so Temperance our cares. 'j.. i.

.
;. : ...-- '- -1 for and abates our fears
,
Groceries market raises
early instead of holding the our hopes.
: following When
; : January. launched
.
r o- ; .
,pION'. CHILL AND FEVER IN STOCK.AFINESTOCKOF.- L'. ;\ .-I.':F.-'-IiT'. Y7' l,< ." ". down the dry goods boxes in our streets 1 her cost was $3."31.520. The Great improves our happiness, abates misery .

I IONIC is a positive Specific for CHILL AKOFtvu 'JI-':t"1'ti1C.JN. ... --L"-2m and talking bard times, how much better Eastern is 692 feet in extreme length, '83 doubles' our joys and divides our grief
and BILIOUS FEVER and an lh it of order. I would .
member
l' would To our
p be for him and
1. 1il\tj !.j; also the town. feet beam, and 27.000 tons actual capacity etery

Am DOTE for Malarial Polaon.GIJARANTEE. CLOTHING ', .'i r '1 r.IL'ii A town full of "Gentlemen of Leasure"in She was built of ironand double casedto say let us not be as sounding brass or a '

the spring time, just the time to to alxmt twinkling cymbal but step forth, in our
go three feet above the water line.
and demand the return
So to your Druggist JUST
JOUr owner if JOHNSON'S CHILL AND FETEK RECEIVED. work is a bud sigu of its self. Now, gen The motive power consisted of might, and prove by our works:: that we %'

OK&*J*not do all that is claimed for it. Every - FLORIDA. 8HEDULE IN EFFECT DEC. 27, 1886. tlemen if you do not care for yourself four for eight are baUlein /for God and Humanity in
tier It Instructed to return the money uponlic&t1On. engines, the paddle wheels, which
whenever the medicine fails to cure highest market price paid for consider the feelings of others and let the cause of Love and Justice. .
were 56 ft. in diameter
case of Chili ant Fever, Intermittent, Bestent Western and Southwest Fast Line- and four fur the '
,or Bilious Fever. &AA.t.A-e Produce. WESTERN DIVISION. :I every one do something and make things screw, 24 ft. in diameter. The cylinders Our Division mett every Monday night % '

fcrentf Druggist* in Florida bought during cor. Call and look at 7:30, admission fee for gentlemen $1.00 -
B 80 grow of this standard Chill and Fever Shortest and Quickest Route to New Orleans lively. .of the paddle engines were 74 in. in .-
rfjeiw. We refer you tot STARKE and diameter dues 10 cents per month it cost Ihe ladies
Fla. the Southwest. Direct by 14 ft. stroke;and those of the
.t Bro., Sanford.
f.Phillips W. Walker Crawf orUville, Finest Latest )' Connections to Points West New Arrival at the hodges Iloac*. screw were 84 in. in diameter and 4 ft. olhing to join, and only 10 cenU an

r.A. Bawls.Tallahassee CENTRALLY and Northwest."a" Dr. 31. S. Bennett of Michigan *. quarter for dues. On last Monday evening f
:
surface of
Jacksonville SJtrokejVThe heating the boil-
Hobbs,
rwrce& ,
Holt1.Pharmacy. .., Large and well arranged for H. HOUGH means A. M. time. "p" means P. M. time. Dr. J. II. Barren and wife of Lousianir era sM ngthe paddle engines was 44l ,- after the regular order of busIne.s

) 4.Delouf'tlt, Ocala, Splendid Mule Sheds and READ up. READ DOw Mr. Martin and Peter Nelson had been disposed off the Division took a .
s Uooell Pope, WadiHon, No. 10. .No. 2. No. 1. No. 9. of .Wj l wjjff.;while that of the screw engine
feUh & Agar. Albany. Ga. May to. 1884.DRUG. of merican and 11 45 a 7 iO p Ar Jaekv>rmlle..Lv 8uOa 3 UO P consin. t, ., recess for the purpose of partaking of an
Jf.B.McRae,JeKup .. Fnrign 1030a 6.-XpAr) Baldwin.....Lv sna 403p I 6bHenrwas, : still larger. The united
|l Thomas Jr.,Thomasville Patents. 833a 5 19 p Ar Lake City...Ar 10 10 a 551p I Mr. Berkskir, of Illinois.Mr. nominal horse oyster supper which had been preparedby .
4.000. The
was
7 12 a 4 i.T p Ar Live Oak....Ar 10 58 a 705p power .
SFoa SALE Bv- 925 }. STREET N. W. 6 01 a 3 2tJ! p Madison....Arl2CK p 837p [ T. R. Kelly and bride, of Ocala. first voyage to New York was made in a committee of ladie* and Gentleman .
J. W. MASON & CO., 5 15 a 25 pAr :\Ionticcllo....Ar 135pl035p Mr. F. Jones of which was an enjoyable and pleasant -
S. Patent Office. WASHINGTON, D. C. 3 10 a 1 Oi p Ar Tallahassee..Ar 2 S7 p 11-J5 p .J Jacksonville. I860 and during the voyage she nearly 4
ita M8G-Iy KTAKKE FLA. attention given to the preparation and BOa 208pArQuincy....ArSfflp 140p Miss Mary Osteen, of New River. averaged 306; miles diem. 14 miles affair. Too much praise cannot be giventhe
of applications for Letter Patent. 12 01 a ll oaAr River Junction 4 05 p 3 3u p per or committee who had the in
before the U. S. Patent Office at hoop 10 SM a Ar Marianna..Ar507p 4U5p per hour. Steam was carried at a supper
to for moderate fees.. When patent is SOrtp Sl5aLvDefunlakp'gsAr7(5p( 8 00 a A MUTUAL SUURKNDER RESULTS pressure charge, especially the ladies who did all .
11.00 FOR 250. ,a drawing your invention with claims a 00 p 6 15 a Lv I'eusacola..Ar 10 111 p 1150 a of from 15 to 24 pounds, and the total
and address will be published in the 1215p 3 00 a Lv Flomaton_....Ar U 59 p 315 P IN A M UT UAL of coal in their power to make it agreeable. The
quantity consumed
i To any one who wll! fiend us 25c. and act as States Patent Office Gazette, a paper of 1 00 a I.T Mobile.. ..Ar S5 a CAPTURE. was 2,877 writer of this will carry with him, tha
we will send the following goods that circulation, and the only paper that; -- 8 00 p Lv New Orl n>.Ar 7 So a tons,
agent"i not be bought separately for teas than this free. 7 20 a 750 p Lv Montgomer..Ar 7 15 a 758 p never fading rememberance of one of the .
I Down Sheets of Suoerfine Commercial So Agency in the United States possesses I 755p 7:7.LT Nashville....AP 6 4fl 7 11" LAKE. r.rn.i.u AND STARKE RK-USITED: Th- Great Eastern has ceased to become ? '
: r and sociable intercoursesof
facilities for obtaining patents, or ascer 1245 p' l.MSaLv Evansville..Ar 1 lOs s:::5 most pleasant
Dozen to 8 extra-fine P'
match useful
Envelopes and is
r practically
AM) li.f.\l) TOCKTIIElt now being
12 33 IS38 Lv IX lioMM WHICH
the of
wi' Steel Pens. I Gents Golden Pen, 1 18k. patentability patents. p a Louisville..Ar 22.a 23)p his life. and the ladies (Mess them) .
LiED GOLD KING worth more than wee of patents furnished for. 25 cents each. 8 15 a 8 20 p Lv Cincinnati...Ar B 35 a 6:1.j p I CAXNOT j:.'.. IIOKIX BY Tin COMUIXEDFwUCKS oent about from port to port on exhibition.In .
ncf invited.NOTICE 710 a 7*)P Lv :t. Louis..Ar 14U a 8 UU P may their eyes never grow dim nor the ,
Ulxson Lead Pencil 1
for the
packages -- 800p UO Lv Chic ..Arl030a I OK that capacity "the greatest steamshipin .
-= p o. 700p TiE
rg Pencil Rubber, all first-class goods. 1 c eXI'EKSfIr. oyster grow less. to"
t of Blotting Parer. 1 Rolled Gold Plated Sleeping Cars on No land 2 between Jacksonville the world" might make profit.
I : very
nII&r Button. 1 set of Rolled Gold Cuff Buttons J. L. NOTICE!! ami New Orleans. .No. 1 and t daily IknryV.. Epperson, our gaIant.yuul W. N. ).
M)have stated that the goods bought eeparatey No. Band 10 daily g Sheriff of Lake Butler and Miss able trip to America. .
y eould not be bought for less than $1.00 but to DEALER IN vegetable, orange and fruit SOUTHERN DIVISION. .1 IJY
1 Dew atrents we will s41 them put up ia a Drugs & and all others in want of the Lizzie -. liiigu', of this city, were marriedin HAMPTON GLEANINGS.
Shortest and Quickest Route Between I OUR WASHINGTON
Jacksonville LETTER.WASHINGTON.
for C.ACME .
Starke }' fea tilizer. will please tako notice Waldo. (JainesTilkand Cedar Keys, this city, at t the ISaplUt Church on

MFG. CO. .. now be supplied with all the Ocala, Leesburg, Tavares, Oslandoandall points I Tuesday evening llth instant, by Rev D. C., Jan. 13, 1887. Here we are a sain after another absen:c.
"
seed they want by applying early in South Florida.BEAD Doctor Talbird. in the To the Editor of THE TELEGRAPH: The Old Twelve days have I been very ,
of
CP
Physicians' READ DWN.
lulr u, tf.
ESSBI. Conn Carefully Compounded at aU gins. Hand In your oroers before 1 I No. ,. No. 8. No. J. No. a: mighty hW of friends ansi} presence admireis who 1 That the National Capita! is justly entitled changable. and quite cool but all i ibright'no U
shipping to Fernandina and im.:a 4.IK) p Ar Fernandina..Lv 10.10 a 4 45 p -
nigU what yau want. 7.45a 2.4'pAr'all.ihau..Lv 11.4a 6.l5p tilled the Chinch and all M.uuliiig room to the reputation which it has acquired ,.. -

CIRCUIT: COURT, un JUDICIAL CIRCUIT July 26,1879n1.. 2-86 J. L. OASKINS. No 6.00 4 a No.1.47 8.p-v Baldwin...Ar No.IZ.ii 7.a 10 x0..15 a: outside to overtliw ing The best wishesof as the great social center of the I The orange season is about over now, .

.._; %. STATE OF FLORIDA. Hocte."W. 6.30 a :.4o p Ar Jack nvillt'.Lv 11.35 a !.*,a'i the Te-rr.iph! country can no longer be doubted.- No i and our Railroad Agent reports 1600 taxes r
'wboinTTniay : Dental B.15a 1.S5 wit always Itenl this
\ concern p Ar Baltwin..Ar U.-JO p 9.w r
'ke notiL-e. that on the 26th day of August I 4.ooa 1.00 p Lv Lawtey.'r I'Wpll.i'Sp handsome srnl well-mated couple. In I other city can boast the brilliant enter shipped this season so far. with several .
'. I shell to the Hon. James M.r. I ..' U.45 Lv Suirke ...... -
in,1886. apply STAR I a p Ar l.li p 11/J7 m l> I tainment.s. dinners card parties and re I to go yet. .
.Judge of tlie 4th Judicial Circuit State of DR. J. O. 2.55 a 1S.OI5 a Lv Waldo.Ar 2.i: : p 120. a this iii>i.iiii-e :!Iaric's: l.jss results j in But '
la.at Jacksonville. Fla.. or wherever the 9.30 p 10.30 a Ar Gai&iesvile..r: 3.30 p Jj.':a ler's gain of a in.nl excellent and I eeptions, which crowd upon one anotherin Since our last writing Hampton has -
may then be, for a decree authorizing the 8.1ip 7.lOa I.vCdarKey..te 6.45p 1.45p exam-
by mylidf, of Jarue Joint'l' ..per supporting the Principle 1..a 11.31 a Lv Hawthorn...Ar 2.26 p 12.58 a plary young lady. such a bewildering variety and number had quite a number of Northern friends '

VAIN LEONARD. a Democratic Administration 12.55 a 11.04 a Lv Citra.. .. Ar 253 n 143a -- as to render it quite impossible for a to pay her a visit among which we find
4 19,'M. 4 t.a 10.22 a Lv Silver Spring. 3S6p: ..
Published li the City of New York. 11.38 a 10.10 a Lv Ocala.....Ar Sr Jp 3.-5a Little Joey.BYGKR11E l perSon to attend one-half of them (assuming ReV a'F...Manirc, and '3y L. A. Kirk-
10.00 p 9.08 a Lv Wild wood ......ArI..:.) ; .
I'1.1 a
Wood, Wood. DOBSHEIMEB S.OOp LvPanawffkee..Ar 9i a MKACUAK.. of course that he were so fortunate as laad.:i iMifpissippi, Mr. A. 0 Picke'i..

Good sound dry wood of any length EdItOr and Proprietor. 3.30p; Lv St Catherine.. Ar 11.00 Darling Little Ii>ey to receive invitations), for society" enter. ofVest Florida and his Sister, of Tborps
t.13 P 8.10a L v Letsburg.r 5/JOp 4 5.1 a
cirvd, constantly on hAnd. Orders left Sunday, and Wettlf Edition 8.30p 8.15 a Lv Tavares. ...Ar 54-> p 5.:))a Has gone to rest taitmu-nts in Washington are aboye all Springs. Texas., and 51 r.,Joho.W. Sherry.

: lBfcl hard & Pace's will receive prompt 7.37p ".2.1 a Lv Apopka... ..Ar .21p :>r.a In the 1.'iro things "select." Vermont, etc. w '
nnon.ct,23. 7.10 a 6.55 a Lv Orlando .. Ar 7.54 p ..00 a Over there. .
'86.3 J. W. PALMER. WEEKLY STAR No. 7 and daily. No. 3 and 4 daily except The week following the holidays usually Some Irish potatoes are being planted
m. Sunday. Sleeping Cars on No. 3 and 4 between No more will he Differ '
Jacksonville and Orlando.FERNANDiNA marks the height of the season, and the aronnd here That's right let us hare a ,..mi'

b "urgeorL every- .Wed Newspaper need ay., 1..uecll I' AND JACKSONVILLEIIKANCII He The has p-iiu Rone he t.>,iuIeuduire,1 rest past week has by no means been an ex great many of them planted at once so aa /

STARKE, ., bright and interesting -DAILY. With leans Over there ceptiotrto the rule. The reception at the to be*ready for the early market. I weMessrs.
pore
tI TEMPLE.SMPLE'S ALL WORK 5.0J p 8.C5 a Lv Jacksonville. ..Ar 8.4 04.4: p I White House was a brilliant affair. The Pearce and Blanton lire now. S FAMILY PAPER. 5.31 p 8.55 a Lv.Jai-kou\ille..Ar 11.0.1 a 4 ;i rt p This world was too dark .niudbeautifying
Office over the store of N. 420 p K'.W)a Lv Fl'rnauliua.r ..t5/1 3(OpCONNECTION'S. And full of sin for him, day was auspicious and a* usual on such our little I town with t a 1 handsome >t' some/ '.

MILLS corner of Madison arid the latest newt,down to the Mar CII : He sought a beautiful home in Heaven occasions the society people were there, new, store building. which i:.a vuluublc : olus

FLA_ u.:& to prew: At Silver Spring with Ocklawaha steamers for With Jesus over there PS were also the various representatives of addition to the place. .
Palatku and Ian-lings; at St. Catherine with
Market, Florida Sonthrrn llailxvay for l'elllhertlln Ferry. And while he w.is passing foreign countries residing within convenient Our Tax Collector, Hon. D. Hny'nea -

I IANUFAGTUREROK : Fashion, with Brooksville steamers Uartuw for landings and Tami on Lakes: at Harris.Leetlmrg Eus- Through the heautiiiit gatesA distance from Washington for no will be at this place. 20th inst.. for the ..

Household *-w*" tis and (inftlniat Tavares with Florida Southern sweet little Miiilu '18 left here to show loreign minister would for a moment last lime this season, for the purpose of -
Political for Lane Park Kustis and Astor at Orlando with He
AMI UEAI.KU IS ; wtnt to Heaven over there.
-MA m'ACTCl.KB and Commercial, South rlorida Itailroail, tor till |'>mts ou their;at think of disregarding a custom which requires collecting the taxes.
Wed and Dressed Yellow Pine with (!ulf forGulfCoast
Cedar Steamboat
Poetical Humorous and' Key points, including Tarpon Comjiany.Springs AIIKWARDOF.S100Whereas that he should pay his respects to So far nothing lias been injured by tie -

umber of every Descriptlan and Tin and Sh Editorial Manatee. Tampa. etc. At Callahan with Wa,'- the Pirsident upon New Year's day, cold this whiter except that a few garden .
all under the direction of trained cross line for nil points Northwest.. a mc.st foul an-1 unwarranfeJ mur
Quality: of the highest ability. Its sixteen CJ.YDK STEAMSHIP LINE. der committal I in DII'ql'\ll"OlntJ-. on Although Mr. Cleveland had not entirely plants have been wilted to the ground.. but

aths, 1'iekCtP.JtLt1llI Brackctai -AXD DEAUB will be found crowded with good thing the nteht 0 f the aoth) Decvmber A. D. ] in recovered from his recent illness, he en- they wilt.soon revive, '-
to end. ._ Leaves the killing of Kicnanl LJrd, 10Io'el. by sh'x>tiiijf
Fillio i lmifj Lumiter con.!tatit on PARLOR. OFFICE stories by distinguished American and 1 nt Fern a ndina him (lea in the house of J. Crws. dured the somewhat trying ordeal of shaking MAR-NOI. .-
of fiction. It i ordered the -
writers Sun by Board of County -
1
hand with several hundred who
and Commissioners that the will were
'lay county one I
hand. : pay
; DAILY STAR I W twines- hundred dollars reward for the apprehensionand ho fortunate Ito be able to crowd their A PIICNTBB'S ..BVIL.A 7
:S1e4'! :iltenti given to Filling \ \ .I.fts. day p m. conviction of the party committing the ,4-
I into the East Room the
.1 on arrival der. Done in open session January 4th. 1887.A. mur-I way during hour
DAILY STAB contain.all the news of the diy of 300 Printer's Devil wu pierced to the heart J.
Onl'r.tth I I i.-|l'atch. attractive form. Its special correspondence train fro Attest: Chairman B. Co. Coins. which had been set apart for the reception With the charms of a dear little miss -

is from commendable London Fsrt feature., Berlin Vienna and .:..- m Jack H. F YORK. I of tile general public. Quoth he to the lass. "My dear ere we part.
a
sonville.Steamers Clerk Circuit and Exofflcio
broilVorK and other centers, our Clerk I Let seal love with Ids." .
us
Albany news Minister West an elegant our a -
and Auditor for the B. Ctii.IN gave
Cherokee and Seruiiiole recep-
correspondents, siMlally retained by tbe (new) sails C. But the maiden replied as the imp she eyed
.4Z.i Ii furnish the latest news by telegraph. from Jacksonville every Friday a. in. COCXTY COMMISSIONERS COCRT January 3ndISfcT. tion at the British Legation on Wednesday -Dost think I'd let you revel f -
features are unnurpawtd. .\ ISLAND ROUTE.On .
ti> celebrate the debut of his
Financial and Market Kevitws are unusual/ evening. Where others before you have vainly tried
fegetable ai n !1i1ran.ge complete. and after Nov. 15. the stcanu-r St. Revive that from the first day of Janur A. daughter mto,,del). All of the official Nay.nay; VltnotklsstbedevilI"! .'
term. and extraordinary ladnc- Nicholas. between Fernandina and Savannah D. 1887. that *o monthly allowance to
CRATES ': to agent aud canvasser will leave Fernaudina Wednesday pauj>en4 in this county, and that all persons r*- dignatarirs of thi* country, and a full Years pased away and the sweet little lass ,
for circulars. count aid rePort to the Board .
of County
quireing
and Saturday upon arrival at 4:30 :'. Commissioners either in person or by representation of the diplomatic corps, Became an old,sonyful maid;

SPECIALTY. Y. OF THR WEEKLY STAR TO Strm- m. train from Jacksonville, and will touchat proof as to their condition at Lake Butler pn'pr were present, in addition to the leading RIches she barf, but then alas:
TBH or POST B In the United States Brunswick and Danen. Connects at first Monday in each month at which time the Her beauty had all decayed;
,outaid*the limits of New York City: Board will be in session when I social lights of t'ic' city.
................... ...II IS Savannah with all rail lines, and with be made at the poor farm for arrangements their cart will The old circuit court chamber has. during Once again they met and fain the lid maid
ISO FOR sALE ............. .....1000 Ocean Stenmship and Cosine and Savannah A. CROSBY, Would recall the former issue;
STO : of Fifteen and ODe extra to organizer)..1 00 vessels to and from New Yoik ..Attest: Chairman B. Co. Cm! B. Co the past few days, become very attractive But the devil replied as the old maid he eyed -

.. OF THE DAILY STAR TO SUB- Boston. 11. F.Clerk YORK of the Circuit Court Ex especially for the ladies. The No; the devil now wouldn't kiss youInl.ind :*

: S' .i :'0 0 0 I Of tb. latest and moat day:for one year(including Sunday)....$7 00 "CUM BEBLAND ROUTE. officio Clerk and Auditor for the B. of ant. 'Im.. I magnet of attraction has been the taking Printer.

without Sunday.one o 00 Steamer makes daily tiips between Ftr- in the inquiry that has been
: Co3lta ctesslla of IK. 31. S. BENNETT Testimony '
..
,: day,six months............ > 50 Fort Harley.
without Sunday,six months....... 3 00 nandina and Brunswick, leaving: Jacksonville intituled; : as to the mental condition of .
-ferce; Pms, at 8:00: a. in., arriving at Urunkwick: respeetfu'ly! informs the cithens of Starve andticimtr. Jan. 7, 1837 -
,, THE STAll 1 that he has taken rooms at the Hodge: Mrs Emmons. who created such a sensation
'LAId ai 6:00: p. m., connecting with B. & W., House for the of consultation v
ORES 98 Korth 'Wllllain St. New York. and rtndermg To the Editors of THE TIUCORAPU:
pUlse in London recently by her eccentricities. -
01' DRIVING WELLS A and through train with 1l''Jlcr11 E. 1'. m lc.1 to those afflicted with
-- V. & G:>.. for MHCOII and Atlanta, ami nil CROXIC DI EA8l such as pulmonary, L'ron- Much astonishment manifested Presuming that most of your readersare tm_
I
ChillS: Stomach Dropsy and .
(Tin and Iron Roof poi : points North. Under. Special attention siren to tho treatment when the ti::. of defence was found to be familUr with tile name Fort Harley, -

., 'table..Cor Ol"l" {' th"U4ill, lot the interior. Order forTf.z /\INFORMATIONMANY A. O. MAcDONELL. of .WOMEN and and Children. Office daysThursday. that Prof. Emmons ':ad been unfaithful, and it is generally conceded that the
Friday of
Saturday each
General Passenwr and Ticket week
: Agent,
10 tilled. Wind for
am r'es :ul.11n 111b I {> xvanted ly : Engines FREE, will wilh is the
Jacksonville Fia. Consultation ghe one call FBEEfor >because his idle had discovered biggest thing us, orange tree.
:
|! o, I-h'. tiromptly ected on PMSON consultation in the city. .-
'ory a d School Bells ml OLlm V o.s. Vvfr D. E. MAXWELL, Jin.15,4t -*. j persecuted her with the charge ofinsanity. which has s<> long Lore the reputation of

I L fivm Gent-nil Superintendent.Uf There st'C IllS to be a wide di. being the largest tree of the kind In the ,,

ii.t. ....A.. ClftCl'lT COCRT FofllTH JrDICIAL ClBCCIT.ItRADPORD I NOTICE OF ,' yen lly of opinion both among Mrs. State. We are sorry to inform you that
B.
AUSTIN. Stores at I ISSOLVEN' I
I. N. CorSTV, STATS OK I"LOIUDA.-Is Is CorSTY COURT, J JWhereas. Emmons' friends and nls: among the this mammoth tree went out with the J.1-

llAeI...".. i l'H.\NAR\ Henry W. Epprn. Adruiltrto medical experts, as t<. her sanity. Dr. Blizzard of last winter. Though we are .
Hvuneoontrn ted for a of the estate of G. W.
-PEA LEU IN A. L. Scott i a"M. lt .
Eppron.
of Too'i and Heatu gitsve P.C. c. the vs >Kill for Foreclosure of MortSaiiiuel of said county havincr ofc of Godding, the IC.'rint"lI4lellt: of the National an energetic people and not willing to .; -

.me Jodi.'alVl.i.kii RrMmMefi. Wine t I. Jo an rata, I am row Z4b.,Back a.s4 Feaster. \ tc.igv County Judje of said county a augsrestitxi H<'tpitl; : l for tlu1 Insane in tJiN city, give up in disiuir. and it i is with much .. x' r- -
of the of said
iUN insolvency
Kt: (. AM or.l<-rr fmui 'allt'Oad At fo nJry p ice! Al! RJ. .4 Blood It appearing from the bill and affidavit! of the |I etate. Xoicl i
It:1t(1 aitl inniilly| uttciul to- I tbll tarious tanortai> : .IsdloDypep s, Coiiiplitiimnt herein filed that the tleUhftiiut'swhereul I!I nature hereby whatever given to all ajroint persons aM having c1im file th,. insists that the laity i i. not in the :least insane pleasure and satisfaction that we have 4

CALL STHEETSTAlMtE t e cit. fret of charge. All lo&KTr.sebiN.youu >outs is uukll)U. and tli.it i i.iitlit MS same duly auth"nticatt. in ttale the office oJ thoCounty but what somewhat eccentric. In through our combined efforts instituted .4
that he resides beyond the limits of the State of
has l absent than six J ud Ni.j on or hfort the i is continued several in 1 the shape of a school that i la .
FLA. Jr..nns' "1.. uIy CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM. Florida.that he len more 11th day of July A. I). 1SS7,at which time a pro this opii.iou he by something ,

t G13. 1I1. F intndiM. F1. ., Dt.. 11. Blood and Kidney Troablt. by cleansing and mouths tblft nest said pixvewhng ikfendint the i,tilmtc o\er of twenty said dill one, rata payment will b made to creditors entitled of the lea lmg nwtllc.lllm'lJ of of the country taking the place of the frost bitten orange -
or all iu UnporiUM*traithainc all p.rt.vmix to the same so far the a-sets will t'xttn.1 and
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bod/ years of age.; the sid administrator' will then be discharged. I while au iqual number (.f experts tree. This immediate: vicinity has: turned .
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.-OR BARGAINSGENERAL $1-13 CORDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE, answer It is therefore ur demur ordered 10 said bill to, said on or defendant i efore the do I County Witness this my the name 8th day as of County January.Judge A,JX of ass said;. have testified that in their opinion '.hc- is j ri out i j round numbers! 50 of the junnevile! .

,Fetus la the Limb.Back and Bid**,by Jd dM of August, next tlsj said bill will I IK J. R. RICHARD.Jan. I insane ami sln.til'1 toe confined in an ''I tribe. Doing somewhat fortunate in securing I
|th.nnrf and strengthening tb* moicloa. taken as confo seil. 15. 6m. County Judge.A .
The POLICE U- It is I'urihi-r onleretl. that this notice l I.e published I asylum. One .f the jurors before whom the services of our much enUvmed '
CORDIAL CURES
wcurrlr wrapped to any DYSPEPSIA in the Florida Teltvntph..a newi i>eperpul.lislifl
IN State;for three month*on l't' OD and OoaitlpatiOB by aiding the* tm- in said county. tmoe a week for four I Captain's Fortunate Discovery. the inquiry is'ldngltuluctc was the friend '"Oeo N. Vanlandurjjham (or

C M ONE )() of;th It*awtei Pood throat a healthy the spp.Uts.YOtJA proper action. of lbs ."OnSI''uth'ct"k H. F. YOJIK.: | Cipi. Colfinan Atlantic, schr, Wcymouth.and N. \plying foreman; of Ihe j-iry which conducted a teacher. ,We flatter ourselves to say 'that

Liberal Ullt allowed t. CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS! Clerk elf the Circuit Court. i ticlwten Cily simihr filiation! in time iaGuiteau.. taking into'consideration r the same ad ..
that he
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ami duLl Sample copies -no-v: n nt'fiG, i f biru trculilcd I cough so was
ERGHANDISE AddrrM all orders OD of ptriti and WeakiMM by aUTtt- l.Vinp. SulDI.lulioll lo sleep\ and was induced ta try and sf-veial of tilt; Qtjicrt. witnesses_ also vantages, ouninstitutionorlcitruimigstantlus .
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I 1UG1IAKD toninf lyitun.YOUNA j lIl.. ;'. "" Xw JlNcery for Consump- U'stitu-il Ti itlt! 411-4'. second to none in Bradford cuoutr. .Geo.U i r4o
CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED -
CALL FRANKLIN DtllcaU Women Pony and Sickly Children. ol (i'ol'artiirrxliip.Tl" I:ii.". I iTr.i't i nniv CHVf him instant relief, On 'VkurvFiy !h-r rlu.i;,'w,t. : .e ON M. N.BLANTON. hlfol and nutritious Tonic. --rfnersli' !i-rL-tofo"- ..:-'iI' ,- between [-111 .\c'.1 the'extieme soreness in his j I I !It,
ORANGES! 0 dtllf at a general .t1 bill I. to 'I r.. i.'L.ina pinslm of training the young i idtr.t bow to >shoot . :
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Almaaae and Diary, I'. W Sw-..' HI i Tivwva !Vr thy! !111':1,1 HirhiMrcu j were I .
1887. A handfom complete n.1 l :ia-u of S '"..it i (re.\s is hi-s d'-y.: --:"\t4! fet kl; :!!!.l! a shi K? ilose bad the same <, $2,000 .Vi-ar. Alili: u/ii- I be II"\ y wa ,!! is thoroughly_ lip with the art. :;. ;t'
-L--SHIPWKAKECOMMISSION _till BooK.ulUqhowt.o CURE __ v iiiutilllitiiui:1!!', T \V Swiat h., .iu.r I urluuetl 1 I .-. ." ," .
at HOME In a plratant.natural way. ttwintTirt: of t-. tIe: %".'" -v'l '."':.o1ucl h.ipp. t !tri'Lt. I Dr. Kin5: ew Discovery not nq ri:.: Sly intt-n-i'-d to !be I tin I (wlL-ioi! ) I;i \\VaU j" iu in tit! ? api p.m"e! w>'I'uno, Z : V.

Iff and! 105: B. \ 011 nod'ofa.postage 1taIIlp.J Aildrm the busin-'ss under tie Ilr.1I II i-u: s-a-l"to':V of i is 11\ !th'! j-tai'i!.ml rcii.edy i in the ('okil.m .j of fll!<>:' ';- ::!.->n Ii-n-rtl ,I.t". &,.'rt". I thou faithful rrvnt.. ..1 .' : -: DRUG&CHEMICAL CO. T. yo Sweat : ;H, HPTON-. I T W. .sV.'R \", 1..I.i I .1 !KIII.LY. -i j \\l'rl' H".J.I: .l.rifJ..:: i.h'rli.i,, hH.IttJ ._.. I-TaUl' -'R ; -e.
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: 4 ; AGRICULTURAL j I REV.DB.TAUIAGRTHE Moicbior, ia octoganirian. The in one If have any form
________ VL J 1 wisest men of all the contotr *$ Lamb, and then I cla'.h them together you k.A- .
VI, -V_ the wu' e -
whom
p U.. .TTfT 00*1 ot 00$ |t OOT I JI the fact' cf Christ So itIs n>w. The great alleluia unto him to and and read ths advertts.mentof

3. ,. .J e.Ot 1 S5 4001 "- : TOPICS OP IVTEREflT RELATIVE | brainiest men of this century are ChlstLifl.Who men of the East brought when their the gold star thai Ladles,b euro MEDICAL
47j L..t. %J 5 00 TOM 8 0(111{ tOJi21JOI the greatest uwcupoysiciaa of myrrh and frankincense
p ; .%.*- ....I 7 00 10 Of'flt OQ1$ OI4I1AW SO; ,TO FARM AVD GARDEN. BROOKLYN was Jonathan Edwards the Chrtaoan. they saw in the East went before them. If a-fflicted with sore eyesfl Dr.Isaac Tijop.son's .-
........ DIVINE'S SUNDAY America! sell at25o.per betti.
w. j .......|IO OOllS 001K) OilT OI tit th Ey&watet. DruggistS
? astronomer
.. SERMON. Who was the greatest PARISIAN ladies of the beat famfliea 5I5COYERY
*.Cent saline for the flrat and are'cents for world? HerscheL the Christianhowas 4fe4fe4fedfe fe4Ife3fe fcLYDU
V qd pnbpequent insertion. edfng Pumpkins to Swlrie. the 3greato tpoet the world bw ever seen? never wear high-heeled shoes nor any

j Special rite for time advertisement* 'DOn applU Pumpkins, like wheat bran are useful I Subject of Discourse: "A December John Milton the Christian. Who wrote the other modern abomination. They are E. moil's'

/ d vaifon at the oce.ti adjuncts to the more concentrated, kind: Christ." mightiest treatises on law that hafe ever perfectly natural, piquant, and charm CURES ALL HUMORS;

of but ; TIlT: "When, they had heard the kiAg Ixjeii written' Blackstoue, the Chustian. Whys
foods alone cannot be ing. froai: a cwnr* Blotch- or Eyujti.5
'rnsenir'riox ILATE.V depended i it; that in every college and university _- '
tkey departed' and to lA stary which, then to aijroiula. Sa1t-vk
for the worst
Upon: '
fattening the
in It is !
Oneycer. .... purposes. Hogs I sou tn (As Rte went them it they have a chapel. place "Lever..0rC"l'CaiV V
before It'l load of -
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argnment
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,Lz tnootbs.. of where the wise men bow e.t the A single f&ot is worth a ship bybSdVltI
..; 7 process fattening should be filled up stood oter where tht young child icas.''-if. St. Jacobs Baa atoodtha tart of twtnty jvunperiodic. in short all disease ---- :
All PbcriptIons most b*paid invariably( Ia dI I with a,good meal of torn before the Matli w, fl. 9. V manger. Come, now let us Lave it The may well be applied to aB-e7 forleniai* sase., co iuered ty this po-rerful. ,_-.,_
%*noe. o dircrimiaktlon In faror of } pumpkifc.is V. 501111 in ouncas and in inches. 1'eople say Oil which i* more efflcac-oiw than all other eliev1ng .! *mlM. pro- invteorattnir medicine.- Great Catlny
____ anybody. V given, otherwise they will1 At this season all Christendom celebrates that the men who believe in Christianity are liniments. Mr. John QreiK. a. well.knOWfl motto s te W1l regularity of ceri rapidTy heal under its benign 1tmuee.
: Commnijlcatlonirj eat too Hiek pumpkin in the incarnation-! Step down out of the found It to suit ciirth-Z weakueu, Eap-ciallV baa it manifeste-l its -
matters of local ln:>rctt proportion tc I com small brained men. Let us find the largest tV t citizen of WatsonviHe. California. 4 1 esson V
xillcltcd /rom ajlgbts ft the county. the corai""By all means cut open the fortable surroundings in which you are into brain ever known in America. By post mortem j be indispensable as a core for rheumatism. mgeu. curing --Tetter, Boee Ua.h
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a chill December b unclei, Sore Eye Scrokweilinea S.,,
night in Bethlefaem. Two have .
sad examination distinguished men
Price fiftycenta..nosisrnsofdecaf.the tU0
pump1ss remove the seeds before fy-lil? orrAO. it U ra-oar-r ix crms. a qd Hip-Join
V enflIreetory.V I.feedur tt large quantities of pumpkin plain walk of people bottled in a village barn after a tieen measured and their intellectual capacity I A LAaO and sonud Misontl pijnipkln, D133.AU 4.5 WBAI TEl ZELLII 055 WOIAS SATS 01115 JUT!!. Ib aite swelling*, Uoltre,, or Tlii ?
miles sEa
eighty too lonjj for one fu Los been calculated and the sizeof the brain with Enlarged Glands. V
ni-iir I ed'affect tbe centty cut open, was found to be filled l's. Nov. 5th. 1S83. Mrs. Lydia L N Ock, and Sendtaj
Urinary organs injurious poor health. No lords of state watting irt an c had yflbumrg,. in for a larje treatise,with
has been found out. Let its find the largest I thrifty vines &fld leaves. The seeds ,j5frqUCUt17t155e wlthmothere cents stamps art
ly. 'Any change during the feeding sea ante-
4 )Yon. Cha* Vfr Jftnie Penmcola. .on should be from light to heavier and 1 no mwssQnger mounted at the doorway ready find out then what that brain meat teln sound and who sufferer for years front complaints incident to mar- amount for a treatise on ScrofiioT Aff cttor
Ilou. WIIk1npo more nutritious food t herald the advent from city to city, no thought of Christ We have found | aweet.V 1 ,/skill of a number of 'T1IE BLOOD IS THE JLIFEJtJThirouffhly
r aI1, Jacksonvflle. ; never the reverse kindly medical ned lire. 5'-rtne, of many medicines with- cleanse it bv using Dr.Fl re*>g
While gradually increasing the attendance, no satin Iine.lcradle it. It is the brain weighing, some sixty- V An ounce of discrefon is j better than a phtgicianfl and experiment I concluded to try Ci lden Medical l i coTery, and gm 4
quantity to receive the infantile guest, but a t'm-e WLttt did that In his out relief,and as an fair skin,
of ounces. man c pound of knowledge. Why not spend twenty- Chat the benefits j have d1vonre. Kestlon* a buoyant (plrS -
p.- First >'Davidson,Qqlney.Ctfltfl fattening foxlde'not give more than monarch born in a ho-telry < ailed the House lifetime think of ChristI In his dying mo- five cents for a bottle of Red Star Conga Cure, I can..as3"e)'Oii not because of any faith I it1 Tltal strength, and Prtod ** D Tort the animals will eatljp clean of -, the night with uianionded aerived from tltatloii will be established.ONSUMFTION.
():MW. BCbeny' and let the finger meat he said: "liord. I believe; help Thou j i and save a large doctor's bill? torI bad but IIht hop of any permanent ,
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; V ftt. j,ratIons be at regular hours-early in the pointing to the"place> the Door ot" Heaven iiimo unbelief. Almighty God, whatever I j badiflit.00d. I ama not a eeet after notoriety but

Fifth JodlcUViircatt-Hon.: ffoctcts i morning, at noon and late in the Swung wide open to look out, from on he.traI, Eli), accept me at the last for Christ's sake !j A BIO wolf attacked a. little gat-year-old .1 want to ti-li 5'O'4 that 1 haVe beta wonderfuit.jteneflUd
V W.B. WoW AU even baton dripping overtures of the Mess'ali. This night I shall be in joy mmtterable." So I 1 girl a*she was driving the cows to water, near liV V01 nedfrmfle. 1 flm now using my ,
fii.nta New
<3a ing.- York
Hon., Puprem Court Jostle,mined. f 1VWM.liaising tninstrels of God standing on tha lowest doorstep Daniel Webster bowed at the So I 1; C.-nistock, Minn.; but one of the cows charged L fourth bottle and It gould take but little argument ivto h h11 Scrofnlonv Disease of thm -
ton manger. .
AJ-Parate,Ne r<>rk*nfc Liil, Circuit V the olf, tossed it in the air.andthen the farmer's beaithdsfully restored.
of Heaven w
that Tfl
Judjr. VV V V to announce glory and goo Iwill. the mighty men of the East are followed by and tIme wolllied. ersuode Inc imx*, ia promrtly and certainly nrratedanAcured
J -V dog came to the rescue circulate the fact of its
Koon after the white bearded astroli to widely this God-given i
K. M. Call c by remedy
,JackorrMetT. 8. : gcrs thi mighty men of the West. takm
; strIcL Attorney; SortbV. I- Sheep. kneel and from leathern pouch chink the My subject also Impresses me with the fact _ _ XSSXZKZZJSZZTear. PUEBA y c. toop.V ftefdre tha last stages of thf disease are reached

\ C. Jtird. ?Maraba!,Konbern District. shekels, and from open sack exhale the tufts that it was the winter season that God as Aboiber Life Saved. TEl JUVlr atGGLf : From Its wonderful power over this tenttJr

Philip VaIter. 1aCklGvLUe, 1,. 0. WU.oir TaU.I- How I raise.my sheep was.the topic offt of frankincense and rustle out the bundles signed for the nativity of His Son. Had it Ab-nt two years ago a prominent citizen 01 fatal disease,when to first the otrennif.this Dr.DOTrcii.

hatee, F.(..Ilnmpftmi,Pratacola, Clerkg, NonkUletrlct. I.cr11 I. successful wool-grovfer at the meeting of myrrh. The loosened tar, the esraied V been the month of May, that is the season of! Chicago was told by his phjsiciams that nemusr N N U-52 ought eb rated remedy seriously cf culling public it big> *Jranci*Cw, Vt
i aodewiitated -
die. his
said
They was
t trrvV of the Iowa live-stoeK men. Ue said : doxology of c-elestials. Our world a lobtBtar. ; blossoms; had it been the month of June I'V that there was nothing system left to build on.He .u nipt Ion Cure,"but abandoned that DOM

n DISTRICT: f "1 would prefer fure bred stock but: as and another star rushing down the s!>y that fa the season of roses; had it been the [ made up his mind to try a "new as too limited for a medicine which, from t
Jackl.GDvr.Je that depart'L
*$ night to beckon it hoire again. All woniJerful combination of tonic or strengthen
1aIlablrr.e r.ebnia that eMMniiveI, month of July, that is the season of great ure. He tot some of Dr. Pierre's V
1stI .#- __. ; .* $ a and .I>rec9 up, for it taps but a short. (hriitinas. Now, are there not sonic newlessons her that is the seo.ione-1 of ripened orchards; IiebegantolmnproveatoflCe. He I A fiOTEB SLV pectoral and nutritive properties,ia unequaJed,

..__p-_ ; ':insc4 f..2irth.rn DIslrt& tinjsL'tobreed up a pood flock. I have coming from this 1 1 story? I Lessons Lad it been the mouth of Oi tober, that i is I :: kept up the treatment for some months, ana is M1lLY DEATH. lu not only but as for a remedy allCHRONIC for consumption of the V

.Tbos. it IeVacl always Used pure breil-Merino rams, bei not lia.kneyed by olt repeated Oh, ye% the season of upholsters i forests; but it was I I I to-day his a well Hie.i man. He says the "Discovery"saved oCSorrrw Turned to &inillCs of KeAuz. ngs,

1LM. CaLL JaCkponyUI .g cdhvinccd that for where Notice, first of all, it was n Mdeieal ajijM ar- December, w hen all the Cowers! outdoors are I i L joicing.1tOCHs5TE'. DISEASES
W. c. liBlrd.Jackeon ; profit auce. Ix, the star went before tlit-m. \\ hy dead awl all the crops that have not been I I i THE United States Supreme Conrt decides a

V ILatp Waiter,Jackson ( Eaeten, Ii (heep are kept ia'flocks,of 10U or more, not a black cloud in the shape of a baud or a gathered are perished and there are no I that a criminal cannot be extradited for one 31, 1338. or TUB

ti'4.n.I 1.1 V jjfcrq is no equal to the Merino[ and its finger pointing down to the sabred birth ripening fruits on the hill, and the leaves V(| offense and tried another. PAnDEE MtDICNu --GENTLXMEN: lam

,% K.) C.C.WUton, wlr.C3srk Vfafie Division. crosses. .I aim to couple so as to have plate? Oh, a cloud menus trouble. The I Bru driven over tho bare earth. In the Frailly, thy Name U Woman." now seventythree years old.anti anti until I w but is Ltiteamount iverBloodandLung& :
iluwphrayl1'enscola, Western DITEBXI world bad had trouble enough. Why not Hamlet seventy I was aIway&8tro health7;

lambs a i
isIon. dropped as closing days of December, to show that this; ,
soon as comes iuspring. I have endured since
I grass she is frail often in of stutTering
r- shaft of lightning quivering in the and That body.
: .-, I want lambs to come early, yet striking down to the sacred buthpla sky e' Chn t is /or | &>{ In in sharp blasts, for peofloof | 'Tis true, 'tis true 'tis a pity that time. I feel tO be sutlictent for a ltfeti'ne. If you fe-1 dull drowsr debilitated; hat,
I Eastern DavIalon-Jack5onvUle first [ not before there is fro-teil hopes, for pople under dark And pity'tis.'tis true." I had a-severe attack of sciatiC Theumatism.. sallow color of slt'n or yelowish-brown.] *
Monday I InMJddl pasture enough so that Lightning means destruction-writhing all-
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Decemher. the skies, for people with the thermometer bolew I 1 Dr. P.erce's avorite Prescription" Is the which compet&,' prostrate(1 me: may linib I on fare or body frequent headache or.dazfcn
1 iJlTUIoa-Taflahassfle I ewes will have i.lcnty of milk. Dur c&inUmLng destruction, and the world had V zero for jeojK snowed under. Christ best orative in teet.andiniact my whole holy was I mouth
V flr t Monday I In i had I ; ns tonic for physical frailty : anti scI -a=*, bad taste in ,internal heat or dulli
Febraary. V lag lambing time I keep a clos? watch, destruction enough. It was a star. lu anl in Hi-i memory the wind whistling; 1 women, or female weakneffs or derangements. diawuioutot shaPethLttt was impossible I alternatingwith hot Hashes tow gpirilg and

.; Wcteri IvI5IonFeija&fljt: Monday in and if a lamb h dropped-unless it i 'llmt means joy. that means good cheer, that around the IJethlehain caravansary and Heis By druggists. Price reduced to one was unable tc gloomy boreboding*. irregular appetite art

Yarch. VV __J !:__ weather-I see that it Swarm means hope that means ascendancy. A -yinpathv with tho-o who in their povrrfy dollar.QCKEJT. _ SffiffiSlSSfw-J.P u&on ggfori i coatrd tongue, you arc suffering from ladS.eetio'DyslCpIIa .
to the
I goes star! That means creative for Iid I g and Torpid Liver Vr
jwwer < ,
CTATEC ( hoar the shutters flatter! oatn-oll night. VICTORIA'S dessert service of ol anti friends werecalled In to sec,
iflCERS stable at and of. Children In
once as soon as possible see not the morning stars sing together when That the Chri-t and his Sevres-the (i many cases only
; was U'a.shiugt'm fln'st in the world-is valued ut m'pdhT I treated by three good physi-
I. Atiorney-Orersl ovcrnor-Edward A. Perry,DUlabscsee. j' that it sucks-after which no further the portfolio of worlds was oj>ened' A stir! ai mv worsliini od nh they layilown without $:::0,000, _ _ was and my friends did all they I a p art"remedy"of these for symptOfl5 all such eaeie are!.ex Dr.rienced..As PieieVi:
That
Svcrutary of State-John p. Coopei.faUahusre.L. CraMOrd. I l care is needed, except in storms. I aim means defence, for did not the stars in l.l.ukets in the I)e -ember snow. That va.i tht I We ought not to be too anxious to encourage ,MnrRiA-e mvsutrerin-.butto no avail Golden ITIedlcal- Discovery lot M

., pd ', Tsllahae- ], to castrate all lambs before three weeks their course fight against Hisera and for thcLord' Chi ist that th3 I'lJ:rim Fathers appealed to untried innovation, in cases of doubtful im: :My hips were blistrreland my limbs rubbed, I e nual.or.

IatptPo1Ir-W. D. Barnes, TaUahastee. i'' old and them & peop'e: A star' That meanbrilliant; when the Wnyflo\cr\ ivhari'etl at 1'lymouth provement. For a quarter of a century Iii r. bathwi and haidad, but nothing they could Weak LunU, Splttiiieof Bi 4&
wean by September 1st. contiuuan', e, foraro not t lie i igLt>otis to shine me even temporary relief Tongue Snortncifl of Urcath, llroiicUtlC
>emsnr r-E. 8. frill. Tallabareee / lto<-k, anl I fcf years after that December Cage's Catarrh Ke-redy has been before the cannot I
d, djatant..Gcneia1-Iavld: Lang, Tall hasee. j j During s'ummer I know nothing better as the stars forever and ever* Day-star 'U: lauding the graves digged were more in uumUT public and pissed through the severest test, i describe my PardoeV suffering.remedy urged, ai Tlhhem Severe cough., Consumption, tar:V
p. Commlsoioner : than blue high. Morning star ol the Redeemer. That and is pronounced the most reliable remedvfor to let me try Dr kindred dffectiona it is a socereignrQidy.
Lands good and that
: and Immigration L. grass kept pretty than the houses bmlL Not a fair weather read 8')mw-h about it. and of those who had* k tend ten cents in StamPs for Dr. Pler&g
:z Mitchell. Tallabaeme.! 1 short, as sheep do not like long grass unusual appearan in the sK.y that night Chri-t, but a lk* ember Christ. Uh, th<, testimonials that disazreeable of its \irtuei.malady.SO cents Thousands bottle.IJy of(. leien cured by its use, that it gave.me.conn-. boon en Consumption. Sold Drugglila V V V

V:.. sell souprintcndent,Tassee.'v. Public Instructions-A. 3. KoaCoiflbri i I never feed grain in when may have been a strange conjunction of I world wants to be solaced and sjothed and drngrzists.COKXECTircr. per V den<-e m it, aUhon'h i confess I had Little orno V
summer; yet worlds. You Know V medicines. Th I c
astronomers cu'cnlaUd faith in so-ciiled patent R 8O'TLZ$
Tallahassee.it loner of Immigration A. X Roblnuon, I pasture is short, I think a little grain long years befoie it 01 curred 1 lEa, transit of OtenrO ItiUabi&l nd m no the mother arnis or ever syii|with a'hrtc; omiup-tendcrnass rais'd 11.723.000 pounds of tobacco : V V re ed y was proi-ured. and I commen ced w ngi. PRICE $ I.UUj *on $0.00.World's .

would pay. I feed lightly at first in the Venus, sad they < an fei a ihou intlt years Ler fo- t the 'Uerof more in 1bU against 13.XX'.000: ( pounds in 18iC. V ita- directed, andatter takinsit a short time
srrBEE put ) on ro a cradle
cornT.
fall but by the time \\inter in lath Jbead ana (UI. tHl yon whit will b t the contipa hush Hint could see that it wa- helping me. lb- Dispensary Medical Association ;
sets t asi
Chief Joadee_.Oeo. O. SlcWhoner.Tails hasse e. 3, of <> !; child than the teiitlern.'ss of to ConnmptlTei. i L LL gan to peryp re freely, and as the perspiration V
Af oci4to' Jdstlcee-Geo. P. Kaney, Tallaba e; V to give full feed of about one bushelfjof; talculate worlds in the year 1'JNi. and s.> thi-, Cliri>t < oine> to our invalid world, and Consumptives should use food as nourishing L! increased the pain decreased, but my clothing Proprietors,6113 Main St.,BcrrAW

IL. Ji. *n, Valkeiibnrgh, Jack onVIle! corn to 100 head per day, with plenfM ,can backward and Chi i>tia n lie rocks it iut> placidity and 'juiet with the as can be had, and in a shape that will best V and bedding w a-sit sight to behold being neare

.: rt'BLic LAKDH-U. S. Lands. hay; while on dry feed ?n winteriJUJI __t-ers In what go into we a call calculation tu'c viir one and) thei th 'y e the words world: "My eth.pt-a e I give I unto you' : not as agree with the stomach and taste of the pm\f\ (V Remedy l "as yellow but a as short sartron.time"when I hat I cottld s,eepi -
gi\ Oh
unto
Land office, Gainctrille.S. C. Tucker, Hi-fritter. important that sheep should have pteiig2 V age nppPHrani'o in"tli 1 }leavt-n>; Lur-lcn bearers, oLi give, yo i persecuted 3-011'and tired, ye tient. VI i 1 like a child l. and relish ray food like one fs LITTI1FILLS. V
of water. When the cold fall rains ifffid el, rejecting the Dibit and le- Out-door exercise Is earnestly recommendedIf Thnnk .ol ithas cured me,and lam to-day as
1
nu heartbroken 1 dtx-lare
com- to De
sTATE LANDK, you a ember healthy and strong as before, and can walk gut
spising 'hri'.tianLty. he goes into tlu> you are unable to take such exercise on
i same
Land office, Ta1a1asee-C.! T. MitcbcUC'onimlceioner. mence they should be kcptdryr noshe p calculation Christ and have as frte use l.-f my limbs as ever. I LIVVt
S will thrive when its coat of wool issoaked' i V that the ; au>( he is romju'lleJ ti d-claro Iut! Lore is a fact which many seem to for horseback on foot, that should furnish no V have rerommen. o 15 our remedy to \ery many -

full of in yc'arbnp there was a strange uppearao'eiutLellcaveiLs. get, perhaps all forget-my snbjot imiTeses excuse for shutting yourself inrdoors, but yoa who were attlict.d, ant I > not k. ow of a ca cV-.S .
COUXTV OFFICEKS. water. Good care> nd The Chinese re-v-rd, me with the Lat thit Chri-t wa< should take exercise in a carriage, or in some i it 1 as not cure I. 1 am co flUent that U will V

(bunts .Indge-J. It. Itlcbard.'Irrk shelter arc just as important as good made .up, t>C ( nurse, entircy; iiuleijeiid.'nt of born amid the shetfp. and the cattle I the rueoung p-ople. if it will cure at my ant ANT1-UlLIOS! and CATHARTIC.
an other bring In contact with Li
yourself
for the Word of God declares that in what way _| Von are at lio.-rtV tous- m> name if it will be Sold 25 cents a viaL''
) of Circuit Court-II. F. Toik., feeding, sheep well[ sheltered will I we horses, and th-v camels that He inight bf the i by Cruggist f
sufferer =
air. the of miming ir to n e
call any po
: Sheriff Jhe there open means
-H. \V. year one, was abtrungo
Knhercon. shear from to appearance alleviation tf the
V one two v.Loln brute lam 1
pounds creation.
more excellent Kemcdy. very gratefull y
Tax perj in Medicines jour
4 Ap.esor-\. Wamricbt. the Heavens. That altar! which cause expectoration mast
necce man Mercy for overdriven, tiuacriMl' stieitere1. MRS.J A>b A. t LiAOK.
j wnen to rue poorly 3ourS.
k a sa n.t.-n. expose wcatner, all, it htve been be avoided. For five hundred REWARD
may a meteoricaprearanco years physicians ;
Rochester N.Y.
bruto GOO Jefferson Avenue, ,
outr.111-J estica Oo
c i think
and the
of
hnpcrintcodent Nrhoola It. \V. wool will you
Dowlinp. sell for a higher s'ichas '
price ,
i and 1 have
you Jjaxe tried to
; that Cur care Consumption by>
: tha
Connty t'omminioner \VUkoogkf. 3!. L> { in the market. sometimes witne-sed, I stood si who mjiwl UIXS( toa The sale of Dr. I'ardee's Reinedfor the past by the prouetuu
With
,: MrItUI4y. >L U. Bcaseley,John >>. Andrews and I I5V fine-wool sheep and I in the on the ]>lmn& i d ve has mJignnt'on at the
the wool can be left on until quite late in saw meteor flash western heavens, wmio a pigeon shooting* Do you th'ii't' that the great derangement of the secretions, with that ot any remedy kno.vn,. tk$5OO of catarrh wbicatify

CITY OKFICEKS.TMayor the season--first, because there is great years and ago 1 with suc-u brilliancy Christ who compared Hiinsolf t a lamb ha engorgement of air-cells, there is always:i By cures who unprecedented in the his ) '-'
that
precision
thought then that if of edici-ies it has its right to the
tory
no indignation at the proven have adischaxgfr
danger of losing sheep by cold storms I hail rough tyin:? anl the profuse expectoration. Now Piso's Cure
been removes -
: -T. A. KniRht.M on a hill as high a< tint of Bcthle- contortion of the sheep and the i title of 'T/w Urentext lilts) L Punmr" ever ..offensive or cth >
:4. rrtl-Ji.. I). V\ all. if sheared too early in the season; and, bern I could have calm Li ted within a cow their neck the hanging of the engorgement and the derangementof aSered to the afflicted. \V'e ihallenge any loss of smeUVtattaor
over sharp c-Jsa of the buU her
Clerk-u. L. hpurKinan. second, the wool is not in the best con- yaids the place where it alighted. In the cart, and the cattle the secretions, and consequently (and in medicine toshow an apoeciatiortathome, or .w ak pycs.duUpaia V
i J rearnrcr-It. II. Julie*. < University of Iowa and tra.n trom (Uiuaha: to wherever used, like that w.iich has bee a or in hrad. have Catarrh Tatn-1
> j dition until the raises which in the IJnti-h Museum 1 New this way only) diminishes the amount of matter pressure you
"grease" York with
V l-t/-\ttorney-J.| T. Wills. there i>o watnr ia buiimcr time, poured upon Ur.I'ard c's Iteme ly. lands of cases rnunatp in consumption.;
,
_ 9. Aldermen-John C. lcbard.J. M. Truly, Tate. i will not Le until the weather is quite been hut led:ue o'r fragments fiVoil ot rock that have _!,:"OJ; miles of agony' Do you think that expectorated. This medicine does not dry The permanent cures it has ejected have Dr.Sasre'B C'ATUtrm |{EMEPY cures thewont

I Powell, J. M. Johns I). L. Alvarez. i warm. We usually sell a? soon as the trailing their inctvors a-> they went the Chri-t who aid: 'Go to thi ant," ul"cs! up a cough, but removes the cause of it. made for it:reputation hat no other remedy cases of Catarrh, "Cold In the HeM< ,"
- ; :: glory nn the sky. So it does not notice the transfix has been able to atta'n. Send for pamph etPARUEE and Catarrhal Headache. 50 centa.,
V | clip is ready. I think the Merino sheep notseem to me at all jiitp nihabe, this side,e:1, think that the Christ whoso msectDo yu When It is Imp
r POPULAB SCIENCE. j and their crosses the most profitable be- or, if you will, this inet.-.ri<: aiI.earune on the fsli doos n<>t notice the -Siingof tax< was \n ai't tin l by in causes to exercit-e freely in the open air,apartments _ ltochcster.V S. Y.WONDERFUL.

[I.V cause they, being much smaller, eat less, it that Christmas night. < ih 1 am: !>o glad that the lish uiaret; Di y.-n tiiinu that the occupied by the patient should be sol i New and Specific
In the and shear was not a t lotnl cf thicit i'ut a star of ( hristwh' ventilated as to ensure the constant accession V
L; Trinity College Botanic Garden, more than the coarser ones. hope that shone that night I do u-.t winder ) ail I: 'I'ehold tie !owU of t the of fresh air in abundance. ;

;Dublin a tree baa produced some seed Vmi can keep *t least live fine wools on that (he dying coo!! <'- sliidtiit .liln he air, hath -ympatliy with t.e! brute ci m mt ii- The surface of the body should be ; I

less and coreless pears from a second crop the* same feed you keep three coarse caught a glimpse that --t-ir. tooL hipon, on tV tat caun burn ii: a static that Ho might bfli" N.iioir and a little soft-soap. (This is preferable to 4.
Vf blossoms which lacked ones. and the light siviiiel
from
his
vitality to ll.'Uiinng liu- \ ; not of th other. Alter
and only human race but tLetiH" any ) thoroughly drying, use : V Fee
V form a core with seeds. j gels Ihcstarecmed t )uiii.g itslustru i.ition of"all the pangs and Lankhips friction with the baud moistened with oil, Corn-

I The ale from his lips while Kirk Wli tc \\tote those ot the brute '-;ear i' a. Cod-Liver or Olive U the best. This keeps the plaints and Derange-
j of nickel-plated vessels for f t Farm and Garden Notes. immortal worJs: In the poies of the skin in a soft, pliable condition, .
(cooking has been prohibited in lower When milleuial t mo a child is to lead a which contributes materially to the unloading I IS mints so common with our J. rV
murshalt.!
< htly and
lAustria kimming at the right time prevents plain, : to play with a cocatrice only be- of waste matter from the afstem through this
on the ground that acid substancca The glittering h.istTStnd the brute and best FEMALE Population. :
rancid butter. sky; ( often dissolve enough of the One star alone of all thokiniu o itrages t) aveniro. The Lamb of (-od gave d.sease by enabling the orftans of the system ; I Jecommrnded and V

jnickcl to produce poisonous effects. V It is claimed that clay soil produces Could lix the sinner's, udtriu eye itt first bleat nmid the tired tlx-ks of liethlehom. ; to perform their unctions in a n rmalway. I- S ciani In the worlil. preortb by the bestpb

the best quality of wools, sand second Hark, hark to (!od, the ch. ms bieuks Tha white horsa of ete.-cal vict'>rrytablediu or. in other woids. we remove obstructions u 5 g&4 IT \V1L1, CURE the wont fOrmOfFailS.
Many explosions in flouring mills are' and lime the inferior. From every host frin every gem; aLarn. When you treal on thaIkriite while the recuperative powers of the system the fierieR, Leut-orr/ura. Irrttrular and VTJ&
(haid to have been caused most But one alone the SaVII1. cure the disea.se.We MtMtruaJian. all Ovarian trovblfi lT\fla
by electricity : spuks creation tread a V
: you on God. Christ; will here say a word in regard a cough I and I'k-eration. Fluodtnga, all Displacement* Off.
{generated by belts. Even ordinary belts Keep the windows of the potato cellar It is the s ar of IVUduLem. born amid the beasts that He might sympa V in the forming stage, where there is no constitutional 1 thceonnpquent 'p'nal weakness and to e.pscLI

- tare found to generate sufficiently strong open nt night and closed in the day Once orrfHe raglrig'j.cal roile, thus with the -istsaaJhel: ;>tha I 1w3a5t3aU1 or noticeable disease. A cough adapted xpel tumors to the from Chunag the of Life.. It will dissolve a >
uterus It *
currents to perform the common experi- time, unless the days be cool and dry. The storm was Imid. I the ni:.:ht wa< dark, thunder His iud-gnatK>n a1I His wiatliag.iiu5.t may or may not foreshadow serious aril; take S: lopment. '1 he tendency to Caneervut an early staf Staun'r*at
And i luilely IJew tin? wiu.l. thil to sel men who oblige I he b-nsts. it in its mildest form, to say the least, it is a 1. I. I there checked very spee -I meats for which electrical machines are Potatoes carrots, cabbage and turnips Sly foundering but > 1 uoti e a'so. iuthis wondf rful strry of the nU'snnce, and should be abated.A __ 0 It permeates every portion ot tte aye%- *
4. > cough is unlike other of disease. It dissolves calculi
itsed. when any symptom corrects the chemlatrr s V
cooked and mixed with meal, and Deep low within my viinl- foe ti>xt tur-.o Chrivtii.as prt cuts brought to It stands a conspirator with threaten ii S the urine restores the normal function of 9a*5"kldifjs

;, The experiments of tJr.Brown-Sequafd fed warm, are excellent fool for chick Deal!ii sti tick 11 < & < I 11 h. t de to stem, Christ .hiiot, thre's. Gel 1, layrrh, frankin- ing voice,menacing the health and existence p I.C and prevents the organic degnnnHnn.V'wht'i
I
When consGold brought to Christ. What d l of a vital organ. Its first is in whispers I ; lentis to Bright'* I'lS'iisf. J V
stidd-'nly j-tur approach
a 13
,& Imvc convinced him that ens. ;lra.p, Prepared in
; the rigidity Liquid and Till ferm. ?l
re- It that mean. It tha unintelligible, and at first too often
iLLIie star of Hthlfhni.Peoj means ai'iuen of the I un .5 bymail. 30r. Liquid.
'i 4-i.ocJ by corpses for several days is dud 1 'In the case of trees which bear in alternate -.vorM is goio to IK suircmlend to Jeus.Kor heeded but in time it never fails to ma' e itself I., FOIL > \JEBY 91 a DkI'4GIWf.bottle,
work, muscular > f nroMirry that Kii k U'h'te 'ied af l lack of understood_ ___ -never fails to claim the attention I II. Oprre pomtf nee sol'clted and answered by
f rue contraction, indicat- -years, judicious thinning will ter wilt ig that.. It w.is enough for life rnon y no monraoylums limping i VV _i. :. 11. J I pent female correoponilcnt. Addrese.witf a c

p of tile eat the muscle! do not give up their often'result in considerable fruit in the time to have written it, and no unndt-rwhoa a on I lier: v.ny like the invalids they snppo.t, It you have a cough without disease of the REMEDIAL Itaa.

t ami no prk until after-the body has been off years. he completed it the Clones of heaven swallowed <>r U-eliiigthoir slow way like the blind wiii>:ntioy lungs or serious constitutional disturbance, 5o. 5 .3 I COMPOUITD COTmnlrvripnartmpnt ;,, .
shel'cr. MillioLS much the better I I / > I1KIZRV V
him of dollars for..Chri-t as a few do-es of Piso's Cure V V LINF.Ta
& Mr. T.f lifeless for a considerable ]I Wheat cut when lipe is the bect for I up. thefe are now tbo-Jsands >'* dollars. Itailroa1 will be all you may need, while If you ro far
notice al'o in tluitsi-enathnt other w ..rMs advanced in _ _
seed; cut when the berry bar dens, when reamed to adore
ergetSc af yeaf ngo not more than six roll-- it i is passing from the dough state, is L of n'ght, w h >el on in thine ('nut. EriglitBtar "No," hoLlers and controlled LyChiistian diiectors reiuiredjx> effect a permanent_cure.

large lilU and steel works in the (United best for flour. lays the star,. "I must conj nearer, I mu-t Christian and canying rices. 'r--ight Bank of an I pas-ensr'Ts at Improve More the Money giod for opportunities Your Work., tint are
BourNO
\ England
,
on the5s used natural as fuel ''V bend, 1 must \\at.-h to M.-O what they will do offered you and rout will receive mdre
now If
gas ; one or two pigs of a litter are smaller with Jesus." of Fiance and C. H. Tnasai-yall the world'smoneyed for money
aCfc Aivller: woild in won-hip. your labor llallett & Co., 1'crtland.Maine,
are sixty-eight rolling mills and and weaker than the rest allow them I That star bowed in oliedienco. I sometimes institutions for C hn'st. The (roll will mail you, free full informationshowmtj

steel works which! ue the new fuel, and to suck a week or two after the stron IF hear people talk a< though tLe f<>w thousand for Cliriat. No other meaning to it. The h"w you can make from So to $ >and upwards Oaths EV4V PVt YIENTeysrui.from $3.23 V VpermOntituP
sixteen more are making preparations to miles of this wor d of all poll no more paid tho way for a day a.'id li\e at home, wherever you may be '. 5.iid for Cat-
ours w of
ones arc weaned. ore tb ue with full
V %I Mary and Joseph and the divhr located. You had better wriiatn them at once. I particular-s. munfled (r.
use it. Every rolling mill and steel Some Savior's dominion: but I suppose all the mo- in than the A number have made over S'X In a day. All
reingoe Egypt shall
works philosopher says the young far Lions and bullions quadrillions of worlds I gold pay the is t UPRIGHT PIANOS
Allegheny Couriij. Penn. fifty- for Christ new. Capital not required; Hallett & Co. ,
way all 'round the world.
who The
five in all mer spends in rich living, show, are inhabited-perhaps not by such crea-, will start you. Both sexes: all ages. Grand 11 -
nowiises natural gas. etc., all he makes the first he tures as we are, but by such creatures as God: gold for Christ, the silver for Christ, the success attends every worker. Send your address S Cosstrnctett on the new method of stringing.
beginslife
i:' It is now suggested that photography his year I deigned, and all those world-J 'are .ie A el! for Christ. Our great ronn 1, beau- at once and see for sourself. I similar teruia. Send for descriptive Catalogue.
:; ;:. become on own account, will be apt to the Saviour's realm. Only one tOut world like a soltaire set on the boom If I MASON & HAIWLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CX.
may a useful agent in medical continue in disloyal you feel as though water was gathering
the same line as long as he world in the universe. You know tint of Christ. All His, and He is worthy. around the heart I Boston New York
diagnosis (heart-dropsy) or have heartrheumatismpalpitation Chicago.
diaclosing of disease Hut
symptoms lives. : tho second Christmas
the great organ of the universe with its present was of the heart with sufto- -,-
;rV before they are otherwise percepti Although the short-horn is of thc slops, its keys, its pedals, its pipes, bad a the myrrh. Why the myrrh? The cattle cationsympathetic heart trouble-Dr.Kilmer's I : : xv-i'-'rxiQ1vr-: V
ble. In a recent negative of a child the one complete harmony save one injured pedal, sn iitfe.I it, but did not eat it It OtnAN-\\; EED regulates corrects and cures. i,: V

.II.s.s i face was shown as thickly covered with largest breeds of cattle it is j-tated that save one bro'\en key, the roar humana of tha; was too bitUr. Why thb myrrh! Why this Piso's Remedy for Catarrh is agreeable to SUCCESS.

5 eruption, no trace of which could be cow of that breed belonging to Mr. human race. This disloyal world. Yon pungent gum lesin of Abysmnia brought for use. It Is not a liquid or a snuff 50c. V

V teen the child David Niles. of I'ickaway County, Ohio,, know that however grand an instrument, if ChiTst.' It; meant bitterness. Bitterness of ECONOMY ISPATTERNS VIIALTE
on until
three days after gave birth to a calf weighing there is oni broken key it spoils tho harmony betrayal, bitterness of persecution, bitterness
ward when its skin became only eight : <-f stays of suffering and of What
covered It And Christ is to mend this broken keyand restore nights anguibh. is Scrofula *
with due pounds. was well developed. this Myrrh. That is what they put into His f 7XL'ortiof Beech harebe Sawed by eflhis*
spots to heat. In injured iedalantltheworld .
prickly another i will be cup FREE !VI I I In J tour* Jl unbred-have iMWfil S&C cords daily.".
recorded case invisible were I The ingredients of commercial fertil in accord, and all worlds will be in accord. when He was dying. Myrrh. That is what ||lit I Is that impurity la the blood, which accumulating I LCf whatevery Kirnicr Bid Wood (0p.wS.ft -
spots izers which both their We of Wight in VI the women wraoped in the shroud of the cruii In the glands of the neck produces unsightly I first enter from yr.iir r-clnity secures the jlgnet.
b-ought out on a photograph taken iipou agricultural I larger comparison with the I All that I 1lluSted Catiui..g fiffiz A.i.irr,* F.ldlst5-sg
a and commercial value depend nitro British Empire than our world is compared tied Christ. Myrrh. Aye. says the psalmist, lump or 6w Illng ; which rausei painful running yo'u wish to use during the year, Lne Co, SOU t.. Cu iI_Chirac-
fortnight before au attack of small pox. are with Christ's dominion. That Christmas: "all thy garments smell of myrrh."' Oh the sures on the arms, 1-KS or foot; which developes ulcers by subscribing forDemorest's
| gen, phosphoric ucid and pota>h. Sulphuric heighth, the depth, the length, the breadth la tho ,
Probably few persons realize how un- night astronomy surrendered to Christ. eyes ear or nose,often causing blindness
reliable are the unprofessional thermoj j| acid and lime are also always Ocr planet! for Christ. The solar of a Saviour's sorrow. No wonder the wise or deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, Monthly. HARJSH'ORN'SSTHMA

metric i present in superphosphate in the shape sys'em for Christ. Worlds aUaie j men brought myrrh. But there was one cancerous growths, or the many other manifestations -
which
reports are telegraphed ins V of plaster. and world burned- out all worlds for I other thing they brought. They shook out usually ascribed to humors." It It a more Containing Stones, Poems,and other Literary at p S
winter ever the country after each cold Christ Minutest and keenest from the safk the frankincense. Clear up to formidable enemy than consumption or tractions, combining Artistic,Scientific,and House -4
wave so I The first thing to do before storing micioscope +h*, rnft.rt f\f fha Hn *n tfm r.trfnm rn alone, cancer hold matters lllastrated with Original Steel En raf
untrustworthy are even the cannot see the one side of Christ's dominion. for scrofula combines the worst possible features t Phoioxravnrc
r corn in the crib is to have the crib it fli.ate'1 out to the ug. 0.1 Picture, and fine Wood
best rat- nu-i furthest of both.
spirit thermometers unskilled lartu' sl-reacniujj telescope cannot see room, liere; Being the most ancient it Is the most cut-. making it the Model Magazine of
America.
..a hands. Dr.) John Hae expresses the I proof and well protected against beating tile other side of Christ's dominion. But I the hostler and the camel drivers were general of all
  • ea-s or affection for very few Each number contains an order, entitling th

    opinion that the thermometer rains. Hats will destroy moregiain than will tell you how the universe is bounded. placed, and it floated out into the open persons are entirely free from 1C holder to the selection of any pattern Illustrated I iu CURED
    which is )
    I j the most liberal estimate allows for loss It is bounded on the north and south, and air, and people passing by that night wonderel How can It be cured ? By tailing Hood's Sarssparilla the fashion department in that number ia any of I L tiermmn Axbma Cure never /oiUto give1

    I. quoted as having recorded fifty-eight i ea-xt and west by God, and (C Jttd! is Christ, and and said, who could ha\e broken a box which, by the cures it hat accomplished often the-sizes manufactured making patterns during V *mn, .jiatq Miii/mtliewor. esie,.1iarei cola-s

    degrees below zero in Manitoba is from and the crib should be so .protected as Christ is Uod, and that Uod is ours. Oh. of alabaster at that place by accident.' Frank- when other medicines hive failed, bas proven itself V the,\\.year also of the value of over three """ar*. IMabto.:* 'eon ilerp%n.': elfecu ta. .,..i VOPT*w hero all FrJ other, ,,* fall.

    ':J1 thirteen to fifteen.degrees in error. An j to prevent them from getting in through my friend, oes it nt.t enlarge your ideas of j I inceiiM.'. That was what they put on the ceusers to be a potent and peculiar medicine tar this disease. the Grand c propose PBOHCBITIOX to give considerable attention of to .of Drni.t. or hv n.k Jwnpte 5 KKtK cln.l 0d loWVP150' V
    U.
    iu time Party movement i one .K.SCIIIKMH .
    t; instrument for the accurate measurementof I any source. a Saviour's dominion to realize that oil the Krankincen-.e.ancient That temple and burned it. Some of these cures are really wonderfuL the most Important and live moral issues of*the d3. *

    V low temperatures it needed as much; I A ripe, dry onion contains at least worlds His auvil'are only That so many the worlds sharks struck from cense. That i* what we means shake worship.out from FrankI' f you suffer from scrofula in any of Its various Pattern Send twenty Coupon cents for the current number with
    fnrtns
    ouf be
    are and
    so many sure to give Hood's Sartaporllla you will certainly subscribe
    as a reliable pyrometer for testing the eighty per cent of water, and when a flee (looks souls this day until the nostrils of a trial. Two Dollars for a Remedy for Catarrh ts the
    y following the one shephcid? Chri-t Sen'l for book of Cures.Hood's year and get ten times its value. Baft,Easiest to Use,and Cheapest.CATARRH.
    temperature of molten metals.A large mess of them are together they are That all the islands of lieht in immensity are ome crimsoned with the hemorrhage of the W. 2OrXGS DEFOREST. PTBII-HIR,

    'tjmi d imitation called the likely to "sweat." And yet, in order to a great archipelago Christ's dominion.' cross ama filled with the perfume of a worlds Sarsaparilla iv E. 14th St ,New X0ni
    But 1 notice also in this science that I hare adratk. Frankincense. That i, to fill all Sold by all Newsdealers
    lTWoit> ograph, is claimed render the preserve onions during the winter, the spoken ot th* fact that it was the the homes and all the churvhes aiii all the S old by all druggists. $1; sir for IS. Prepared only and Postmasters.

    1% _-_ '''art of writing possible in the absence or great point is to keep them dry. If in aud toe learned men of the world who profound came nations and all the worlds. From deepest; b y C. L HOOD ft CO.. Apotbecarte. Lowell, Uau.IOO WELL Aho rood for CoM In the Head,

    .5.V uselessness of tne hand. It is therefore a cold climate, it is as well to suffer to Christ ,Th.e Bible says the wise men ot i char of stalactite cave clear ui to the -iiver j Doses One DollarCOCKLE'S DRILLING I Headache.Hay Fever,
    serviceable in case* of writcis' them to freeze solid, and stay frozen Until ttflc Fust ;W* call them the magi, the as- rafters of the sunlit di>rne. ankincense. JUrttawy for Wjltaof any depth,from ZOto $,* feefc CutOff
    cramp olpato Horses'
    mnfl t\t v\ttv 1 reia stf tVia finrror* _The instrument wanted in the spring.It trulS Tthe alchemists, and we pronounce Put it in the song, and the t*>iinon, aii-1 the i L portable. wf horse}OilPower.r.Gas- Machinessrt Our Mounted to Steam work InZOmlnutr Drulin and.I CeJir'- l 'ECLIPSE' II il/r-KIl Wanes
    with
    thoiruiibes & ; Frank Xo .,
    .depreciating accentua prayer -ense. wonder to drill _
    -- is of simple construction, and may be surprising to some farmers ion Do' oa know who brought it. >"o wonder it they a't oth..r. ''TSfJ'7' *dapted faster and with le p power than any 5|tBIMOLE>ed C.'onibined.cannot
    they were? They they put d<>wu rock M to to dnl Well in sarIS or |3pi: by any horne. Simpltia
    consists of a long, light strip of iron, to be told that filling a horse's rack with were the most'splendid and magnificent men the sect of Christ. But do you know ANTI-BILIOUS to$40 '4y et with Farmer and othSra are making$** lt/to any part of U. S. fr*>e.oa

    tMirvc-J 'to be the hay, as some do, and of the century. They know all that how these censers business,for Ollr marhinery and t"ol Splendid I recet$1- S ti I byaIlSacillery,
    so ns easily adapted to permitting a constant was were employed, i la! t'nter or Sun'mer. We are the oldent iidS 0arean4 1arn Dealer
    Ulnar border of the forearm. This splint supply to remain before the animal, k iiowa. Do you not recognize the fact that and how the fraulkinense was PILLS JlMairafactnren forulabtrated m the bnslress. Seed 4 cent* t in Spet dbw-ount to the Irade.

    Is screwed into a casing of supple leather is one of the most probable minns of pro you astrology not recognise is the nlother the fact of astronomy that Do is handle burueJJ by Hera which is it a is metal held.pan This, and here is the THE GREAT ENGLISH 1UThMDY,. Pierce Well Ktcavtor CatalojruB Co.H. .Aftouus.New Yoi-k. .r LIqLLE'IOIJSE Price Lit ,
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    material shaped so as to form a kind of ducing disease, and the most positive in the mother is title 1 with jau ___V __ ___ tf r X. Y.
    of chemistry ? And you do not living coals. On the top of it i-s i For Liver. Bile, Indigestion, etc. Free from Mer i
    jauntlet or sleeve for the forearm. The rendering the animal unfit for fast work. (despise the mother because you admire the I Ut a perforat-d cover. The l'raiikucetike is cury: contains only Pure Vegetable InwMlents. IPAINSI I HOPPL.ASTER.l WANT YOU!

    .. bauntlet is fastened to the forearm by an Large supplies of hay have the effect of child. Why these astrologers spout their i ought to the temple in as ;t.are 1)O. The Agent: C. ?CKITTKNTOX, New York. AND I. Clean and norar-faJUln,prepared I WE employ-rent to prenent or wona$ tu in needing every

    Ingenious arrangement of screw-hooks making the stomach large and weak. litcsin studying the stars; i:550 years be V frankincense is taken out aol -pri-ikled over BOOK I from the Ttrtaaa of fresh,hop*.baJ-l i iommiedon 3nnt1 Salary$75 per month anti expense*, or *
    fore Christmas the coals and AGENTS WAftTEO _I on pale tt prcterred. U born these astrologersitadied then the perforated cover is for earn* and hemlock Ktmui. Death to I bUys. Outnt staple
    tind studs, allowing of an adjustable decree Everybody knows, too, that the ventilation the procession of the equiuox and calculated put on, and thor wait for the beginning IMypaln-I, pam when applied to backache kld-[F *TUi o iDABPSIL.VEBWAKS' ah particulars CO.. Krre. IL&S.

    of pressure. of the stable should be as perfect as the orbit and return of tbo comets. Piotessor of the service. When they ar, all rea ly PLATFORMECHOES I muscle*,female rhenman weakness,neura1t$. .8tralii rtlffl 1 BOSTOX.
    all midden.
    tore chart
    Four Unlncky Omens. possible, f o that all the ocfrrs and gases ymith says he thinks they understood the all the covers are lifted from all thf censers '.r LIVING TBCTUS WOE HEAD AND HEAKT laharppala*. Bootheg and wonderfoUy trenKtl|
    V will have an opportunity to escape. distance between the sun and the eanb. You and the ancient temple was filled with the > lSn'fftJP'rt'[ 25- Sn. $1-00 everywhere. FMZEDAXLE
    : und not that in perfume. It B JOhn B. | freeS HOP PIABTSBCO.,Beaton. -
    It.is unlucky to meet a cross-eyed man only Job, but you nave sug- floated up ain.d tlw arcLeit G-ough. ;
    whom If the drinking water be ice-cold it Kcsted to you that other mea in his day kne>v dropped amid the altars. On the tip of the Hii bit and erownta-life work,brio fan of 1NT1rFWOUGREASE
    \\o ten dollars.It V thrUUar Intertrt.
    you owe will the t iat the world vos not flat temple it iu burner and .
    arose column
    require consumption of much but globular V a to the throne ot patbo Bright pure and food. lull of r ( iimua.ipIOffSSTOOIHPOWDER.
    is unlucky to be run over by an un- extra feed (fuel* to bring it up[ to blood Isaiah knew it;as though it were a modern iliscovi'ry Uod. And so it is to-day. 1 have two Iht laughter Lift ud and DcOh tears.itaeti..tagaucG of Mr. Cough'by Rvr.&, LTMXH To it ii Sddrd l flrIIOrnM i..AiMs. Sot.! Everywhere.

    dertaker's wagon.It heat in the stomach. The animal is taxed or within a lew centuries, that the censers. Here is the censer bfearhtly frank- KOTT. 1000 AgtntaW.nts3.-Mea and Women. $1OO AB-I r 'Ik I KiNI) prosecutea FOR ) ,
    StOres.
    world is round. Isaiah knew it. He of inen and here is the censer of to$200k month made. fDittantt ,i. kidret M 5uecs.Iq). uVhthout lL1il1Vs tlOtei4 etc..for bA L1 and EXVi
    heavenly ; :.
    is unlucky to fall out of a thirteen to digest and assimilate this extra load Uod: "Ho citteth says frankincense. riT. guys Ttrmi and PatfreigMt. Wnti fat cirealan to YEAR$' EX V 11.-ut.n Vtf psrer and
    on the circle of the earth. 'I First of all. the censer of earth A. l>. WOKTUi-NtiTO-N i CW.Uartfw rtConr.r-raDacK SOUCIT O.P.PERIECE. v. S. llOiChkiflEL.itWlTON.
    tory window on Friday.It of fooJ above that required for the ordinary Alter the world has progressed iu study huudieds ly frankincense. Come, people of God, and 1 M. MILO B. STEVENS & CO-, N.Y. '

    is a cure sign of death to have a Mar. purposes of sustaining life and or years it may get up to the point put on it your thanks-thanks for the mer BUFFALO CO AI WASHINOTON b. C CLEV-LAD. OntO

    _ via's safe fall four stories and strike making muscle and fat. Would it not v lie e the ancients began to forget 1 believe cies of the past year thanks for the mercies CO CmCAco.ILL. CETROLT, itICIL I

    T'- you for the farmer, in addition to thttt the lost arts may bo as great as tbe liv- I of all the years-indiu lual iuerci, lamily I STANDARD OUHLCO I KeW1 Teeth Perfect and Gum HealtUy.PIUM V
    the pay warm
    on head.-Lift' How -
    iiig arts. mercies --
    was it with those alchemists! natloui! mc-r -ies. iU-in: on GARDEN CataouI! !I -
    : .tables, to have some method of warming U'iiy.theyspent their lives in the study of een.sets. Then let t'ao' rerfuui' tlnat mjre AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM Qflg HABIT I

    The water of the so-called medical the water for his flock? Wood and coal metals and gases and solids and liquids the throne o. Go i. AlJeluin. alieluia} u.i to AT TOE WORLD- EXPOSITION..Ke : -- ------- ... Fre orselt d.nlaL Pay wbpneurCL A thsndsorn s-tkT1CL
    Amen Orleua.mmker
    lake dear Spokane SB so charged with are certainly cheaper fuel than hay or tlmy filled whole libraries with their discov, and j But hero is the other censer-the censer of! competingi.i(Four CoidMedals.Track Svalei.All other princIpal> P r TKA. LONG k fi cc. Lea.CJWEATNsZBY,kawtat.igy,3to V

    ceituin halts that it is like lye, and is.Mscd i grain. At least it will pay to give water V eries They understood embalmment as no !I Heavenly frankincense. Let all the redeemed !Scale..etc. Ip.rt.t pateuted Hay IPROYENTa-Saies. "atfoiii UPIUM PndMorhineUabiZeiU4 tOJd5.itefer ?-. I OPIUM habit Cured. Trsstnient nton tnta-1
    in n.eu iu our time understand brin.j their tljaaks BEST MICE far nite urv For c'rrnl' ,. terms od L to ltU patlntacwlnlp RCMAk; }tEV3E1)Y CO.
    making toup. When the wind fresh from the well and not allow it to embalmment. and put them IUlnMJi.l! > full| La.MVAZSEQmminl'. Lafayetto, tn
    And particulars.
    jl/ous the waves soon make soapsuds of stand until thilled. To allow them to not v.aly they were very wise men. They were j on theirs this let cocker. Lei the cbi-ubrn brin< V BUFFALO SCALE COMPANY.BUFFALOK.Y&ddres- tjSold1sn&flers. ; PATENTS Ohts1nj Send stam '(4
    among sa men but theserapiim brin 8Ud'tSj
    they ih-iirs lnvento'tjj5
    were tlie let the i...
    .. the water the froth or lather, piling in drink frojn a fro>en stream or pond tam ee wi-.*si uien. Caspar,, a jouug man | one hundred and city and ftur thf.u-aid 'H Great "-B8JJ9BS HA Ttry> S : : p.pATENTStsb0 a-
    ; English Gout gH
    and _
    tuasset along the shore. wasteful and. barbarous. itLtaar, a man of bring theirslet all B' _
    V j middle m, and j the eternities bi in?theirs, I 'air S hiS.' Rheumatic 88a
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