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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 29, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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farmer hu -T ___ __ \
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poisoned ; THE LOT OF EARTH ---- _. _u. _. _,_ _._____. __ ._ .j y V
18,000 Eugenie V-- .
tbi4 rabbltnin was i in her : '
state-room .
.1a t year, and yet the pests are so .We We lore-.the grave is deep; ly trying to make one satchel do, frantical the work muddy and of loss streets of, temper of talking the, of arguing;J REV. DR. TAflIAGE1 i these presents that I am a patron & 1'., *the angels who.P.IOT .

faith's denied of two when party fountQ ness and a child of hell" Sworn tobetW thfglorified- V.
tu a
= and
destructive at her f
that
eroua he hu ; rap door was followed themselves at the door of the state-roonV .' JJthey'are-iot good ,
O storehouse with by Neil's voice.V 'lr's you are perjurers. :, :< T
;:*i 4 to give up nearly all his land. They.moulder treasures heap I "Please do Eugenie had bid a fond good-by at nO mZ; last the tide has and the ds. enough. "But tDf *wele t ase a,the

,fl.jU"* .' -" 5"f55 -- "T T Bo. at our side; in> his a favor for me," he said, She darted forward, ahead of the rest, TiE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY spisers of purity overdid trne A fore right hart rfd 6f@ y< there one 4J
while the by emphatic way. "Wear this and her eign actress of base morals arrived that,Iliave.beeapreMdngfor her many a
year ring intending
EeflerofZurich J1
> CL sought
: eyes eagerly its SER310X. .
Dr. Switzerland, We gather worth off: the boat for me. Its veryvaluable limited abut to make the tour of the States, but the remaining -. year;and for her evsrYteng I have set a
that friend ; area She kicked away the and for .hr.3iVerya good deed I .
\thjnks spiders destroy more And a sent our cities rose and amethyst 7
aphides can but answer wearily; by me for it., but I don't tip of her shoe the pile of the canceled qeencof up hftrewt a and fulfill
and drove pearL
know" her
'<""and insect enemies of trees than do all "It i the lot of earth let him-with smiling eyes-"that I shall corner, and pounced;;. paper., i the Subject: "Distribution Rewards." from our" American stage; a woman fit bade for* to*promise I gave F.JW;in the sick 1 .

ting birds. His views have "Oh have it M. You wear it, and pink jeweler's paper hat had the neither continent In the name of Almighty room *Be thou faht death, and I.'will .
iield
.ie'ilt'e mournful voice," he said. come to YOur hotel God I '
11 to-night f* it- cameo. Her face flushed take these; abominations by the throat a '
V *.bn by observations on conifer. "Wherefore thy must take it; but I hope vou know brightened and her eyes TEXT: uIl shall dici little
mourulne'. strong" liii
cam'e 12.
f cot trees a few broad-leafed trees Ours ever are the dead what, 'Genie!" .- imples and you do nit know who the Lord fa. God the nnivona wh c and w ditbut the
she
and went drew
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And Faint He as forth from it a tiny boxwhich My family, wno saw it with their will not wait for the Day of All trophies: of D
,apple tee near are they to bless. V was gone, and Eugenie stood'wib opened sent out glittering, scintillating own eyes year before last, tell me thee palaces of sin will Judgent of vine Warrior, the V Commander-in-Chief .

( ____ ____ Whose store in Heaven is laid V happy blushes on her fair fa rays from the gem within. that in the Ctlheul at Rome'whee rghteusne Thev will come into the pos-. th cent the champion o ae the uni -

V..,*, 1Although the best of the public lads Shl never suffer dearth, tight the small package containing the The lost ring! Down under a pile of lions persecutor tie I to let out half-starved sion strong for virtue and strong verl cnq ,the Son of .Yon 1 '

Jure gone, it is eucouraging to note that A"Gd ne'er yet a soul btye: so ring., and Her was ring there, it might be, i if. she said rubbish, waiting to be swept out by care- plant to the eat figure up Christians of a('ro, And there I is rejoice now the fQr strong.God."He" shall divide the spoil with will take take then the a*spoils,BSFjhTO from B H.d fndhip never and '- I- *

till remain is the lot of earhClare would any doubt what she less hands, had lain the little packagethat that the upright piece of China and Africa, the two richest portions you mr 'ftF, yi|| a eter'
'te unsurveycd She woo
r abut Everest- Iayl pressed it to her lips. had caused so much heart-ache andso nailed to a tas\er piece has of the earth by reason of metals and rare wty' pu- ./ V
.
>.t.00,0 acres in Colorado, 12,000,000 & 'Genie:" cried a querulous many tears. symbol not DOI suffering than of vic- woods, and inexhaustible per, tbovg Jy fliilMllBtverse at ;

'5 nearly 30,000.000 in Califor- voice, "hurry, child 1" "It's well I suggested coming," said tory. 'It is of Christ the Conqueror that my not yet divided uo among prouctivenea' beu (jomnuwd Wi ( ( bvelation thatJacob'a '

*j;.na; in Dakota, 7,000,000 1 in HOW ITAPpENED. ..' She with started, and tore open the pack- Papa Grant. "I don't know how I hap- subue text speaks an empire As a, might kingly divide warrior th, having they all are the not dor ready that be Livingstone divided. opened until in-: have tha_toarye.twelafcatMloMMMiB isjiMbonored u&tr.- to V
age haste pac .
eager bringing forth on pened to think of it. Take of that -
care and (ities, and Africa -- e' V
mausions entered Ylo. Napht
Florida in Idaho the ad and Bishop Taylor V
44,000,000 end b .
i 7,000,000 of her finger a ring. Her face step, Agnes," and Neil was' left"alone" among hjs qllicers.; so Christ i withhis_ band self-supporting missionaries' over* : V

; 4"Deota 33.000,000 in Nevada, 74,. fell. What a retched little thing! A Left alone; with drooping head and a going to divide up al the earth all .have done their work: and the Ashanteesand.Senegam.bans ¬herI11.urW' >wpnZebnlon over an V
:By LIZZIE I. heavens, ,over fcpatiBr. id so on.tCbtams1jwrtVAo .
FOLSO3T.Creak and Iwi
cameo of cheapest among you shall know Christ well ,
variety and consider- nal
ache his
000;000 in Montana, 31,000,000 Utah very at heart. And so this have a a ill the gates,
ably too t take our share if we are strong you know Him, and there shall be V VV
creak large for her slender on .
went the fingers. was the end of all of the 7 V
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moonlightnights and
; in Christian on i ;
i strong our
> 20,000,000 in rigging. banks of the Nile and the andhye <
oithn Washington Whir:r, went the it. "Worse than ordinary:" said Eugenie. ; of the whispered words; of the for my text declaie.it: "He shall dvide loyait Divili/ation than h now Niger to be.a high; His helpatpneoMoc\ .

-ior and so on. g and straining at the cording, "What does he mean by asking me to hands. And he must prepare to spoil with the strong." t>n the banks of the then ,:I m wretchLmake -

V V V and tossing the great steamer about as wear such a paltry affair! Wel 1 don'tcare : cape all. The curving rosy mouth, The capture! of this round planet for Christ Christ divide no Hudon 'forever.t .My Lord i ? mean

Attorney-General O'Bren. of New it were, a the ., ," she decided at lieneedn't the is not so much of a job as you might imagine, wl Wait until toy, wind caught at the shining eyes. Forget them I it wouldbe when the i-hun h takes ot': its coat an 1 hi frtnds. Cina 5 thy repentant -
York has decided that all State laws masts and made them have said it was valuable hard .rol is half a all developed u'wo. and '
arefnfljperative then groan and quiver, and it very very to do. up its sleeves for the work, as it wi r her capacities Europ shal, tea, and 'be ted ..
in sheer is greatly to be feared that Eugenie's There touch his sixteen anr #2 V
on the subjects of oleo- wantonness, gathered up a came a soft on arm are hundred millions of now sugar among ; andjier amethyst, and rum
r- mighty waveband sent it tearing, white door shut forcibly after her. and a jaunty hat rested against his shoul in the v\oildand four hundred and fifty mil and elble and and fttisre assemju -
opal jasper '
.SB > jnargarinV etc. so long as they do sapphire .topa would rfe 1x : could
.% not sheet.of fpam, clear across the deck. The cuckoo on the clock in the hotel lions are Christians. SuLta't four hundred and porphyry, among precious stones; and blage >] '

,:. comeln_conflict with the laws .of Con. And the passengers, mo t of them who I parlor had just screached for o'clock der."Oh, Neil! How could I know ,.tie the and sixteen fifty millions hundred who millions ae and there from are her rowo and ebony, and camphor and realize it, the datffulflllmentofa; J !'spiLw. shall in It

*: gitss..aj&dBays: "No substitute for dairy were huddled together in the cabin, I when Neil ran up the stairs and tappedon wretched ring was there Can you 1or- eleven hundred and fifty millions left. Divide turned varisb from among her precious woods: and was a grwt da) the
dozen Pennsylvania
t4: :er made from substances prohibited shivered and exchanged glances of com :I *the door of the parlor allotted to "J. give me? Do forgive me, and then I.can the eleven hundied and fifty millions up of coal and depths iron V hal twenty Nevada midst of the Cn ibate.d meJ'conMnome -
miseration D wife and daughter Buffalo." think who are not Christiana by the four hundred ala to the soldiers who.>*P sick
net devoid forgive not about it
in Grant of
you. silver and
some of anymore fifty Californias of '
cases gold
k.uiection: of 183 of We'l and ,ini'lious: wounded. At the Hone Guards in presence
.1 Chapter the laws human Y and fifty who ) you and
very fear. eager he looked, will came baoftto tell you I areCiansand and her five hundred million of people shal the Injured men
I will find that we shall less of the Royal Family,
VVtir18,5: as amended, imitatiom or sem- Whlr -r-r went the wind and it is small wonder that Eugenie so-dear." b evangulze then the Lord will crutches Colonel
,'! ; and caught, a than three souls each brought by us into the were tarried in or came on -
; / b'ac of natural butter can be made or on its way, a jaunty, red, knitted cap, blushed brightly as he took her hands. I I Then he put both arms.about her, and kingdom of God to ha\e-the whole world re I up among text go. a deception but the Trow bridge,who lost both feet at Inkerman V

%/? told within this State or within twirled it aloft in derision, then left it "What a swell you are!I he said, ad- ,. kissed her softly before they went out deeme. Certainly with the church rising I my truth, then the time is coming, when and Captain Bayer, who had the ankle and "
other etra
Alma
i' shot off at V
the full Christian will be of his right leg
any bobbing desolately about.at the of : miring white billows lace that fell ', into the night. duty no willing farms will be owned by Christian joint

,* BUtc or Territory within the United 'I' the waters and prepared to give mercy atten. I i about her, leaving bare the soft neck and All this was a year ago. to dom bring cf less than I tree and souls pray iuto Almighty the king farmers, and all the commerce controlled by Captain a soldier Curre.'his, and others disabled maimed limb and supported disfigured -

'v 'States.Lv tion to further dishevelment of the I rounded arms. "How much time can The diamond is on Eugenie's finger God. Hod bring ten thousand. I know by Christian merchant' and all the authority and exhausted-and with her own hand V V

,. s? ; 1_ .1?*. wavy dark head leaning over the bul- i i you give me?" now, and daily letters fly back and forth, evangelists who may have alieady brought 51fJ held commanded by by Christian, and all,the and ships all the Queen gave each the Crimean medaL .'

V ** *"LJenteuant_* (* Arthur L. "Wagner, United warks. There was a dismayed cry, and "Not much; it is time to go. But II I letters long and tender, but which, with each for the kingdom of Go the universities under the captains instruction of And what triumphant days received forthose tbe soldiers Frenca. V

.'Stteiay, in an article in the J"lrTZ two bauds gra ned wildly at the empty wi see you to-morrow won't I? Here I! May's first flowers, will cease, for then it and are 20l.iO absorbing people business who"e in the ad worldis only Christian professors: Christian kings, Chris- medal when with further the on imperial, they eagle,and the Turk

air, hold your ring I've been afraid I should. is their wedding-day will come.-Chicago tian presidents; Christian governors, Chris of four
< ; iff Vie Military Service Institution on the returning to to the small, ; save When you take tian ish medal with its representation L

,.'mUa"
rnle "Tat's a pity! It was such a pretty She holds it out to him. He takes it, S the Christian will have to average the bringing ing! what a demolition! what a resurrection -and beneath it a map.of the

,\ .State, alludes t a statement, mae some a masculine voice : and with it both her hands. Persian Superstitions.There ,. of only three souls each into the Kingdom must precede this new apportionment! spread over a gun wheaL .
of Lord all vanishes from rewards suggested to all ,
our impossibility what are
'jean ago by General McClcllan that tho "Yes, wasn't iti"? in dolorous., wind- "Then you will keep the other'Genie?" are many and curious superstitions this omnii>teat cruole Why, I know a I do no underrate the enemy. Julius Caesar readers And of history by the mere mention of
,
; ,pension! bills of the civil war would have tossed quaver. I in anxious inquiry. I in Persia. Without meaning tc SaLhath.s'hol teacher who has for many I got th his greatest of his victories foes and by fully estimatingth the Waterloo medal, and the Capo medal,
Then they looked at each other "The other I What other" said EuI I years teen engaged in training the young vaitne3 prepared and the Gold Cross medal, and the medals
V. sustained a regular of 30 add 1. a moment exhaust the subject I will give Soma for their greatsst triumph by :. "To V
army ,90 in silence i genic. you and she has had :>diirereut cia ses, and theyaverdged saying struck for bravery in our American wars
,-and then Jaughed, soft- of the more peculiar ones. The I'b lade 7 to class and all morrow King Juba will be.here with thirty all these compared with .
'{ tjODftl men from the Mexican a they were con But how insignificant
war the I I "Why, the diamond of what thousand
ly, heartily with course I horses, one hundre thousand
t youth's He Jesus
of
and 5
gladness. khadem4' which is approximately rendered times 7 are near skimiher the day when the good soldiers
.: .;i breaking out of the rebellion. The spoke first and do you suppose" I vertO 3 a a and three I battles of this V V
quickly positively: I in English by the term of evil eye, calculate. So that brought hundre elephant" Christ shall come in out of the V

t) writer goes on then to pay that the pension Forgive me for speaking to you, but "Thediamond"inamazement.! "There though literally it would translated 3:into the Kingdom of God and had u'2 to and Death underrate but do vat know who commands Sin- world and in the presence of all thj piled up
bC ; you
l ii was no diamond!I" spare. My prayed her chil- of tho redeemed and the.
such giaudmother
galleries
was chance.
a I've
-blls have now reached atotalwhich know wanted to He stared a moment and then I "evi step," plays the largest part in this dien into,the of Christ, and us? Jehovah-jireh And the reserve unfaUen. Jesus, our King, shall divide
you all along. My name is Neil laughed. The evil eye is believed in by everybody her- Kingdom I hope all her corps all the armiesof the T The more wounds, the
would have spoil
:,; defrayed the of an "Oh! come That's and I heaven and earth with burricane and ,
now a joke '
expens i in Boston. I ,
talk ;
for remembersa The the
Bake Rnlilve May in Persia, the highest as well as the great grandchildren, Go greater the inheritance. longer ? '
::' army of 45,000 men from the Seminole you? you mind?i" I'll laugh at it by-and-by, but just now lowest. A baby is healthy and pretty. prater seventy-five years a though it thunderbolt.is The goo work of the world'srdemption breed march, the brighter the trophy. The .-,' 3

; 'war to outburst of the civil sife.V J ame is Eugenie Grant.aiid I live I'm more interested in something else- A friend of the mother admires the were only a minute old, and so she brought splendid going men and minut womenon Neverso more terrible the exhaustion, the more glorious -V,. +'
th I many
HUe her tlirie into the of brilliant :
in Kingdom of God and had the transport Not the gift a _
in Buffalo. you.
I think t do not mind.1' one in glowing terms. That the side of right as to-day. Never so many
I than hundred Besides silver
more one to medal of brass, or or
ribbon, or a
"But there
; 'V. At a recent church fair in Worceeter And they leaned together, clinging to was no diamond, what do "ba.ide; khadem''.-or evil omen-and that, through the telephone spar.and the telegraph gooi people as now. Diogenes ha b. en gold, but a kingdom in which we are to reign

the bulwarks, and watched the bobbing you mean by saying Iol"? in wonder- I would be taken as a diabolical design to this whole world within a fe ..years spoken of as a wise man because he.went for ever and ever. Mansions on the eternal
.Mass. with lantern
there was great curiosity t see red cap till it was lost to.view; then she men t. injure the child if the phrase "Eenshal- will be brought within compass in ten minutes a for an at honest noonday man., saying If he he had was hills. Dominions of unfading pow r. Empires

aiJa.hear a new musical the pulled her hood her Neil's face flushed, and his voice was Be-idethat, omnipotence,omnipresence looking of unending love. Continents of ever
?- instruat water-proof over (may it please (God) were not added turned his lantern toward himself he might 1
lh" and omniscience oceans
: I' are presiding matter ana racinc
:j-t tumaniphone, which wa in curls, and they sat down in the shelterof more than unusually }positive-almostoffcnsivcly every eulogium. An old woman looks ot the world's betterment, and that take have discovered a crank. Honest men by the lasting of billowing light joy.Atlantic It was a great day .* V V

the, large ante-room of the hal The the wheelhousc, nod talked together ::said so, Eugenic thought\ as he I at the child from the right-hind side- the question of the world's salvation out ten Series thouudl! Through the International lessons the when Anrelian, the Roman Emperor, V

in youthful earnestness.. : i evil again. The child stumbles earlyin of the impossibilities into the Sunday-chol came back from his victories. In the V VV

:: Instrument proved t be young ladies Four days out from For V You know perfectly wel what I the eye eye. The father, and. then out of the psibihtie pibities next going generation t-j wiser all than through Chri.tndop front of the procession; were wild beasts .

representing, the tone of the sole, ar four days he had betn Lverpool j to the mean and, forgive me, but in rather by morning-evi, speaks to the baby at probabilities and then probabii the b The any kingdom is coming. from all lands, sixteen hundred gladiators and V
t ties into the The sto. loads cf crowns
f behind charms of the woVnan'whd I I poor taste to coutiuue\that unwelcome certainties baidmg God can do housewife with a.chamois richly clad, wagon *
a 'show then sunrise evil A well-
nge screen, -tnly young eye. girl; pretty, i Unon; Pa -iic Uaiiroad frm'oel4'Oen' trophies presented by conquered cities;
their'heads and shoulders. wore eat composedly in dripping waterproof I joke. mannered, healthy-with a good dowry, was a greater uni lEI taking girdling cloth ever yolished a silver teaspoon with among the captives Syrian, Egyptians, V
They olf
than Christ will rub
t beside him. He had seen her AS she I I 1 don't know what you re.talking is wedded to a man. The first business of the earth with tlu Gosj:el, for the one enterfVri.odelended more ease from this Goths "VJandaK Karmatians, Franks; and
: white masks reaching to the month and i about she with "1 the human while word the tarnish, and brighten it up till it on foot
came on board replied, dignity. upon arm Zenobia,the beautiful captive queen
her benedict
holding skirts undertaking of the turns ,
heaven and then the
gray joung ,
Ground the i valuable if there I the other deiiends Almightin. glow glorious apportionment of that slave had to helo her
: neck of each wore your ; was upon in chains gold a
was susjianded about her while ring for is reinforced I
her !
dainty luce-edged out disastrouslyvil eye Nothing Do 11 really mean the earth will surrender my text by a and jewels under the weight of whi"h ,
'VVVVbYsibbOfl: tho number of sole rep- petticoats peeped from beneath lie any diamond about it I failed to see it. I I could induce that man to keep his young to Christ. al. How about tlu unin- score of other texts, when it says of Christ; i' she carry almost, f.iiated. And then came the

.. th thought had : shall have to wish you good evening,Mr.blake. "baade khadem" him reenland; bs "He shal divide the si with the strong.". four elephants
; resented. A.3TOUngiady stood i never seen a prettier figure wife. She is to I viting portionsi evange1ii.et1 chariot of Aureliin drawn by
V font, than that outlined by the suit, ." and she's got to go/willy nilly. As the i that after a few you say, pleasant t think in gorgeous caparison, and followed :
of for others but before that sha'Ihave
,'whd, with wandli'played: ; tmes by gray 1 "Of course I did not ask you to wear, moted hundred' brave \' are dashed out by the Roman, Senate and the Roman army;
softer lovelier than I is such that it lies
nor eyes the ones that divorce law virtually passed up into another existence, and I
was
; painting to the one..!lose number was glanced at him, nnd looked nw.iy: .-to tlul''in contemptuous designation of the ; with the husband done to keep or send amon the Polar the region.icebergs will, that be given gi eat up refrigerator to the wal-, shall get no advantage from that new ap and assing.from dawn Rome till in all dark her the history procession never saw tV

'V:?.4thejtone wanted, which pymptly glance again. He had wanted so muchto :, cameo. "It wa simply iu the package I away uis wife, and- as the ceremony itself rus and bear, and that the inhabitant; will prt'linment" Ah, you have only driven j anything more magnificent But how much

Vnttercd. a know her, but she had seemed shy; with) the other, the diamond that you do is very simple, fcnd requires neither comedown by imitation into tolerable climates exerting and transporting greater the day when our Conqueror, Jesup.
t Hounds and'other and that is that Christ
is
:were ( of
pie true she had him not seem able to remember. j' time he rid of her. or those climates may soften, and, a> onsidertion going shall ride under the triumphal arches VV
at
peeped from behind nor soon gets
. : ,Bang, making a uniqu' and amusing "How dare you!I"cried angry Eugenic. -, .money- ", '.. it has bol po-itively demonstrated that the up heaven in the fame way. heaven: His captives, not on _foot but inchariotsa1l
the floral tower in the centre of the table; I I >obody blames hlm.Uhe was DaaUekhadem' There are ol 1 estates in the celestial world of earth ana neavea
Arctic
region once blooming
_was a garden the kingdoms
JA affair. v : 1\01 are falsehood. Papa that have been in the possession of
she had looked lt' him and laughed telling : to him, everybody says in cx- aim a fruitful ,tli'Mj regions maychange- the armies celestial on white
f'I.I in procession; .
when, the fist rough day, he supported I slu I- "Papa!. in elevated, hysteric planation. and that's enough. climate and be 1 blooming garden anda tha inhabitants for thousands of years, horses. Ru-nbling artillery of thunderbolts .

,' It is not generally known that fl Falls his next neighbor in gasping misery from Voice as the door opened; "he says I I The! Shan has appointed a very able fruitful lieM.: It is proved beyond contro- aud they shall remain as thy never again to be unlimbered. Kingdoms in
of.Jt have stolen a ring!" and subsided into a \'erbv (German ami American are. There are old family mansionsin in line, saintly, cherubic7sera'phi
used centuries
Anthony which table and sdentist. line
I years the ,but he had found D chance to deserving man to an important position heaven filled with whole generations .of in line, and
Arctic
V $obeoneof. the picturesque ag f the speak to her. She had become prettier crushed, tenrful heap on the sofa. for which his.previous experienceand of that this the world ivjrinns inhabitable WEre;fie the world portions hot kindred, and they shall never be'driven out Christ seated-, archangelic on one great splendors rolling Hosanna

k' northwest and. which visited by upon close inspection than he had Papa Grant was a portly, pompous his capacity eminently qualify him. beyond human t lurance: those regionswere "Manyof ths victors from earth have"already made out of all Hallelujahs of all worlds,
were gentleman, with a great deal of gold- got tHeir palace! an 1 they are pointed out And not
thoughtand mo t distractingly so in the On the same day the Shah happens to of course the first to bo co)1 shall cry fa alt to the procession.
thWandB, haveeen destroyed Ij theic6mercal ill-fated red from under which her wntch chain across n broad expanse of overfeed himself with lamb and raw cucumbers enough for human foot aud human to those newly arrived. Soon after our get forgetting even the humblest mall the reach
cap
ting there we will ask to be shown the Apostolic and then
j In white vest. lung. It was positively prove:1 that the Arc- His omnipresence He shall rise,
of
of Minneapolis had shone like twin and has an attack of colic. Thenew
nea .
eyes } laughing a ; residences, and ask where does Paul His con-
tt and glory
and he tic regiona atropiial Professor there His work done
deliberate particular required and ,
.
l'1831he lown.bad a population of but So, you may lie very sure that he made I' Very should be appointee is blamed. He is "baade Heer. of Zmii h. says the clmate. of flowers live, and John, and shown the p:1riall'balresidences. sumated, proceed, amid an ecstasy such as V

; ; When the falls nit< ad- the most of the episode of the cap and that the matter fully khadem,. and incontinently gets the have been found m the Arctic, showing it and shall say: doi neither mortal nor immortal ever imagined,

.; Si06. were on one elbow, talked to her'most explained twice by his weeping daughter sack. Every thing is judged in this way. .was like Mexico ffr climate, ant it is found Abraham live or Jacob and shown the to divide the spoil.

i/-trj D rd Minneapolis had no existent was leaning and : before expressing an opinion. If a man has made a fool ot himself and that the Arctic was tho mother region from martyr residences and say: "Where does V
earnestly he ,
;''")really-undreamed of. They gra,lnally l- her confdingly; "You are an impudent young rascal," to too in entertaininga \hkh all the tloweis! dc.endel. Professor John Hues Jive, and Rdleyf We will want Mn. H. L. EVERETT, who this year
should give no ch:1le escape- ;, run great expense Wall e .a.Y5the remains of all style of aui- to see the the chariotsof
: yielded to the requirements civilization not, indeed, that she shewed" any inclination i said: Papa Grant.uWho gave you leaveto guest for instanc'c,.the blame is put 01 nml life are found h the Arctic, in"ludingtho con'inerors rolL I will want to sej graduated at Brown University,, says

? until little is left to remind to desert her damp rope coil for address my daughter at all? one of the ladies of his andaroun, on his animals that can live nly in warm the garden where the princes walk. We*] lie Boston Herald, shows what a young Y

,t very the upholstery of the salon. j i "All I can say, sir," persisted Neil, head servant, or somebody else, and that clnmtes Now, that Arctic region which will want to fee Music Row, where Handel, who has the will and : :
ct. I"V. one or their former attractittne. gorgeous doggedly, "is that I gave to Miss Grant" is made suffer. Astrology (moon- I demonstrate I by flora, and fauna and Haydn, and Mozart, and Charles Wes mm necessary -
She seemed contented her one en V
& I have known very crossing not 'Genie more. Alas!)-a package and geolos; al argument to have been fullofvegettion ley, and Thomas Ha.ting and Bradbury onrpose may Jo towftrd meeting the V
bridges I a
; r persons to cross the small feet in their rubber boots, and set- -( any adshim), the horoscope (taleh), the rosay : and life as our Florida, maybe have their homes;. widoW

1M, Lover' the Mississippi and, while kwking tling herself comfortably. : containing : diamond ring, which (tesbin) used as an oracle, and the Koran, .taiafcd back to its original bloom and glory, and anon, rolling some snatch y axpenses of his college course, at the

f V where the series of cascades had been, did not take them long to grow con I ling she now declines produe. the poets, especially Saadi and Hanz, Wit will be shut up as a museum of crj stal* oratorio or hymn transported with the cornloser. same time availing himself to the utmost
., t I and before At this there \as a explosion of used in the same way play also a most im- for curiosity feek'rs once l a while to,visit We wi want to see Revival Terrace,
laquire what had become of them?Thus fdenta had the they went into din-I sobs from behind the handkerchief, and i role in the life of the modern But'Arctic and Antarctic in some shape wi whereVhitetel and Nettleton,and Payson, of the educational advantages

is that pleasing heels dug wildly into the car poitant belong to the Re'iemel"s realm and Charles Finney, and ifibrded by his alma mater. Mr.' Everett
two high
beauty is to way I Persian. In all doubtful cases called
compelled gie ,
I ance that he was the only child of a I What about other uni>roluctiveor repulsive other giants of soul-reaping are resting from
,F: to utility in the course of what f. cal father who dealt in per pet. Papa Grant swelled with offended technically "istekharet," recoqrie is had regions f All the desro \\ill be in-i- their almost supernatural labors, their doors has taken the highest rank

baps not "dealt" rilroads-wel as I dignity, and for a moment it looked as to one or the other or to all of them. A goted, the water will be forced up to the thronged with converts just arrived, comingto throughout the college course, and at .

( progress.. _ somethinl if Neil's chance for a safe exit were notflattering I man is in doubt whether to purchase a great American desert between hre and the report themselves.But .
m and
: enviable received honors
T tf sweeping was brilliant as the sunset, an I the Commencement special
V arrival Ijke
V but there was a new Dealer and customer Pacific by machinery now known or yet to
f: Economy in sending cable messages 1 sure. And.he found out that she was a I the horse he desires. be invented, and, as Great Salt Lake City leaves for number; are t'ie celestial home in Latin, Greek, philosophy, and

I not always de irable. Relatives fc New Vassar girl, that she really was near- upon scene. resort to the nearest house of a mollah has no rain and c<>uld not raise an apple or a yet to be awalle.when Christ to you, andmillions V
> sighted though would never believeit Fair and slight and delicate, but with and the Koran is opened at raudora. I bushel of wheat in a hundred years without other hal divide the spoil. modern languages. During his first .

L York of a lady of social celery Jn I and that; "mamma"you was always desperately -, a self-possession and sweet calmness that the eye happens to alight on such a passage artificial b"lp,but is n')w through such means I What do you want You shall have It. three years at college the scholarships .
An orchard There it twelve of
Paris she cabledthat if the white'vest calmed Eugenie's art thou, oh son of the one great garden, so all tho unproductive i; manner
f hearing was ill j reduced as "Happy
the
sick on water. It is doubt rartsof all the confinentswill be turned into fruits, aud fruit every Do you want secured by Mr. Everett, joined to an
.she not bet itwight- fact sobs, and reassured Neil, all at once-the faith, for Allah will bless thee," the pur- river ? Take month the
I was they would ful if the ]last produced the regret II harvest field-' an 1 orchards. A half dozen scenery on accompanying reduction in tuition, VI
'way sail and asked for instruction what it naturally should, and, as the' days heretofore invisible mamma. chase is effected. I not. not. J'e TS will furnUh[ the world with.all tanks of the river, in longer, wider, deeper
,
r' went by, it seemed to him a posith'eblessing "You are sure the ring was in the the< anals needed, and will change the courseof roll than Danub or Amazon, or Mi-sis I covered the tuition for that period, .

4 to, do. The answer came "no tetter. that "mamma" was safely packao, Mr. Blake?" after a third ex A Queer Superstition. rivers and open new lakes. and the get sippi if i one, and emptying int I which was $100 yearly. In the fourth
the of with
sea glass mingled !
'I Sahara Insert will b, cat int tre.
this rela-
: Only and)nothing more. Tto stowed away in ir.visibuhity.V planation had transpired."It the fad that with an astounding of up lushels to the you want your kindrel back againllfo year Mr. Everett secured the highest -
Perhaps strangest
any yitl
1: "tires sailed on the next steamf, and Perhaps it was just as wel for other-1 was, said Nei firmly."It "Halston" in theN ar The mar-.h be drained of its out and meet your father and mother scholarship in college, of $150, which
in this town wi
has says
without the staff the and children -
not Eugenie, or stoop,
was your
,
their arriving wise they might not enjoyed the I &frmly. waters aud cured of I saw the
astonishment it mlaril
was great upo that followed Then they glared at each other. ew York TimeLis that of a cashiern a other day what was many years called in a dance of immortal glee. Do you is given on a basis of scholarship to but

\ in Paris (6 find the supposedsbiCkCnt lovely moonlight nights "Oh, this will never do,*' said Mrs. down town bank;who every 10 V the British Swamp of Ohio, its chief crop want a throne? Select it from the million one member of 'the senior class. This j- : V
tho'e when !
the stormy (lily; nights to Blake I o'clocks walks Fifth avenue to Forty- chills and fevers, but now, by the tiles put in- burnished elevations Do you want a crown?
t lady giving a dinner explanation Grant, in calm dismay. "Mr. up Pick it out of that mountain diamond bills "of the fourth \
Fary.1e think of sleep was sacrilege; when .the : the of seeing to the ground to carry off the surplus moisture o covered the term
I third street
; although simple, -wal Ter' whole world seemed flooded with moonbeams I know your father, he is a genteman. fo certain purpose millionaire'sfront transformed into the richest healthiest of coronets. Do you want your old churchfriendi In addition, Mr. Everett held a Vt V
that whether a year.
I it is or of earth around Begin to human
is
his one you
wh'nI think son ; regions. The God who wastes nothing, I
{ V annoying. The table answer haTDeenao soft, yellow moonbeams should try to deceive us." Neil I door has crape tied on it. For think, means that this world, from pour to old revival tune and they will flock from t monitorship of $20 yearly, which reQuired .

e. ;" ," in.response inquiry hetherjtte the stately ship glided on, leaving be- I you bowed gratefully. "And it is equally four years he ha made this nightly jour- : pole, has to come to perfection of fotoge all quarters to revel with yoa in sacred remi- his at' chapel
t of presence every
hind a path shining silver, of ripples He doesn't know the millionaire. and fruitage. For that reason ha'keeps -Tjiscence. All the earth for those who are
V; relatives'should sail, and 'jbetter"J5 that blinked and blinked in an e"erI I. impossible that my daughter should" do ney.doesn't know reason why the running through space, though w> many fires u here on earth at the time of continental and morning. His expenses, aside from tuition -
He any '
: t: the Jady's -health. TconoBj and widening road that led straight into so. There must"be declared some mistake.the beliger- millionaire's death should be imminent. are blazing down in its tmbWt planetary who stribution are there., and all the heavens I for the first three years and the

.
is not forthoe
, "There mock terrors have .
, jabience o punctuation cost the|'arty heaven. Eugenie said, straight to theshinin" cuts in a breath. Yet he has a superstition that when he piece As soon as t That heavenly distribution spoils will b term bills for the fourth, amounted in .' .
stars at the distant horizon. e Here enters heaven
surprise to
q4h second' part" nearly tl usandliars. must be some mistake," repeated the crape he for, on that will divide it'. a manv. to for theV
a sat together night after night I "There discover V I ..soul of a man who took up a great deal of round numbers $200 yearly
,
They is The
fortune to he does not al
!'F. : 1 I the mother, calmly.UEugenie same night some great good reason room in the church on earth but sacrificedlittle
the moonbeams, and spoke it is n/t dona AkindtrwfllVot first two $250 for the third, and
in dangerous have overlooked the ring in her fall to his own lot. He has, tried to cause and among his good works selfishnesswas years,
}-",. V V ; g to each other softly, and made of trivial I may sends him divide the apple among his children nntfl the for the fourth
have Of are sure you did shake off the feeling that on evident He just crowds through the $350 making an aggregate
huiry. course
all whicl you is In
Including the apple ripe.
issues
I things a low-voiced mystr and her I not, dear. But it may be." She pondered this nightly walking tourl: I won't Tetmament f1met"oNew .ain but it's a very tight squeeze,so of $1,000 for the college course of k
't been my door-keeper has pull hard to get
ifTer printed the number of postage dark drooped eager shine' he t .
eyes '
moment while Neil and Eugenie shuke. And; rain or goes religiously herit t& earth, and the promise of the Old -
a him io, and this man expects half of heavenfor four In addition to the scholarships
t : stamps of separate design*which gaze of his brown ones. Oh> it was rrry I watched her breathlessly. up and down the avenue at 10 Testamat. : 'He shall divide the spoils wittr' his share of trophies, and he would like years. '"" V

; V have been in actual use is less that 4,800. well that talked mamma of the was rid quite that an invalid had led! "If we could," she said, at last, "if o'clock every night. those the strong worthy:' the to possess won i wi b approne a monopoly of all it* splendor, and t there are many other ways opens
it lots in the suburbs who desirous -
They cap purchase so that to students of the college are '
before
.
boat our
$ ?The first stamps were issued the theii but he said she we could go on the It is not s now. In country capableof could get advantage of the''growth of
to acquaintance V.
ab' had been swept-do think holding, feeding clothing, and sheltering of earning In term time ,:
you money.
state room A Bad Selection. little
i ; sof ?" twelve hundred million people, and where
V it possible. Joseph just enough to get him and there .are opportunities for working in V
t\ :ttens are exceedingly rare, ougr affair about her head and very He of the gold watch chain thus appealed Not long ago the owner of a fine new we have only sixty million inhabitants we is given a second-hand thrugh
a thought her and foolish have two millions who cannot get honest stores nights, doing news V VVI V
.ftey have bring clad he lovely, sniffed contemptuously. masion in Washington wsh'ee to give a one of the saints wore at the but exchanged on Saturday
| never been known to After it to, work, and with their families an aggregation sr
him that V
told so. perhaps for
/ ly The house-warming sure that a brighter one on paperWmrkbiflg in evening schools
af. ".\bsurd! Out of the b:11 of five millions that the Vstarvati'.IL a
question
anything like 3 are on verge
the
prices whiclr not strange that he talked to all he from glory to glory. And he put in an old
was ridiculous and comes fromallowing the invitations go right ,most certainly. at salaries ranging from $75 to $150, .
affair Sonethinwon?
whole
:! < : e to them in the catalogcs. Dealers "'Genie," *and maybe, it was possiblethat your i daughter to make indis- had the Superintendent of the crer' In some way, there will be a new apprtionment hou hurled=o once out of occupied Heaven at by the an time angel of who Satan's was and tutoring. During vacations, can

:|Bsually keep V afietie8 once or twice hs hand happened to against which I department of the city rec- Many of the'millionaire es- rebellion. V
very criminate acquaintances,
V | on hand and there is ra c11 l lie on hers and neither of themseemedto warned you. 1 set the whole ommend the most trustworthy carrier, to pieces on the disipaton Right after him cme a soul that makes agreat vassing, clerking, and waiting in hotels *?*
particularly
i a1. know.It and the carrier was given $25 to deliver of grandchildren, and then" d stir among: celetia3 and the occupy the attention of at, least-one- :
:Jor them they rrike air to be matter aside. possession of the masses who now have I an angels rush to the scene to hera V
are very ready to had grown quite a 200 invitations outside of his regular ech In some" '-
serou' calm-voiced little woman wasa insutli'; iency. dazzling coronet she Over what half the students at Brown. .-
lUrgain with the collector after' thing for both by the tune But the working hours. The ball came off with you say, will become of the expen ivalm i .
..1eb. in the household. and, after a What on earth was she queen? In what great of the mentioned above Mr.
was an immediate possibility; power and then it elaborate buildings devoted to ways
iiggling. For there harbor about twenty guests present, si\e now Dusseldorf festival was she the ?
example a.1 and the last.night out, as they parted in little, Neil was despatched for a carriage, found that the other persons invited debasing aiTm!ements? They will becomeschools :either. Sue was an invalid who cantatr Everett has earned a sum which; together V*

: } mps valued at f 50 or even more, !f their shcltoi frcorner, he held fast both and Eugenic to take off her pretty party- was had never received their cards. The art galerl? muoum,.gymnasiums, her room for twenty years; but she was with the prizes for scholarship *

large number appear in the prCebt her hand fc&e two shadowed heads dress and bathe her tear-stained face. carrier had his $25 in drink, and and chuhe. word is already getting strong in prayer, and he prayed dow V
spent thee amount V
wretched he helped disgusted many vival after and pentecost gained in his college course,
.. marked $10 and a person hes on the decflieued into one-at any rate Neil was very a had thrown the box full of invitationsinto no wonder. What an amusJ.and tecost. rviva pen- V
and when churches and with her
I into carriage, unn thus more thau Grant a to $1,000
Mrs. over ,
tt )find the real valaet a stamp he that I the way it looked, and Eugenieran him and ,stared a vacant lot, where they were after unclean theatrical stuff we have within the pale hands she knit many a mit or fi
flounced '
red cheeks to the cabin. Eugenie by last few had our shores! his while in college.
hot, I ward found. :years brought t tippet for. the poor, and her expenses_ ? : -'
;(t.ould take his collection t a dealer anato wit morning all was ltniwith red, angry eyes at him, he .Andprofessors of religion ptronzing such rntrivanc she added joy to many a SMBSW *" -- i V AOx .
V hubbubi to live for, and things! Having gold out. why a dark night-with four clothes'// *.,- -
sell it: It safe to he of disembarking [ nothing holiday festival, and now with those thin
i say "q the bustle ; ne"8U climbed by .the driver a very abject Women are employed a ticket agentsat don't yon deliver the goods and go over. to hand i s:)strong for kindne and with to lines stretched across the back'ird.'t! 4 .
.:. t probably get an offer of flurry of rigbteous desire to him publicly, body. mind and soul, andwithdraw white I '" '
mor mislaidi and miserable young. man. the stations on the Staten Island rail lips so strpng supplication se h! the most sensitive part of a man is his
the Christian I
from
collecting
per cent. of the catalogue Id custom ofce deal of driviflg about road. your name Won (6roatona,1: en'hronment I high hat. .
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wr1r1tit Tif1gih; real happin aiiJ Mibme: ; comforts in the Once in four years the Post Office De- sick will find me ready upon notification j r(5( "

; t JP production:jMJIWiKlt crops than there I 3artment informs the public that in case to visit them night f day' read the scrip- COMER L. PEEK, : C' .

; !ti PITBUSHED WEEKLY AtSTiRKE wasinanr '-i.u! the line of an inventor has produced n new device tures and pray with tncm. I hope any ;.j; I

r. / !. BRADFORD-COUNTY. FLORIDA. agricultu(. f4 < this b reallypeculiarly I suitable for use in the postal service, who desire to spik to me in rCfl'rcuce'' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NOTARY YITt 'j(11 ; .

D.MOORE.. true the A"r is fa which wou'.d! bi "
b t an improvement on those to their spiritual condition, or to converse .

I. a WEBB. vored.. WflKT-feneroas, soil' and a climate in use 1 change would be made. The with me on the scriptures, will feel free I I : ..
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: N Editors and Proprietors. lkepa where crops of various announcement about to be made and to approach !r. I am ready to give my STUSKR. BIADFOKI CorxTV.. FLORIDA. Palaoe Jiry Goods mm :

Starke, Fla., Jan. 29, 1887. kinds cane cultivated and successfully will of couse result in the appearance of services gladly to those who desires them. ABSTRACT OK TITLE and Real Estate F.

produwJjall! the year round it seems to 1 host of inventors, each claiming his The 'string is on the outside of the t .stracts 1 ltv a -'ill'r futl1i lIt.r.hcllih\\"Ingevery Deed, ,

: THIS PIPER--. u ouare: ought to be the most hap- invention to be the most complete and door" to any who will honor us with a Mortgage. Lien, Tax Sale. JuJgmen' A.t.tacllli1Cilt. S .l\JtIiJ ., .eo F.G./

::4 ==(10 ro:2 pVj''nd Independent people in the wide desirable. for the )particular use for which visit at our home. and all matters I of 1'uimc ,

; since it is the experience of it is intended and each confident in the Yours truly, Record & file ,,ffi-cling Titles of Real Ls- --1 I < ,,

.. Gen. W.B. II: : .ignal officer "oBt: that diversified crops pay belief that the committee intrusted with W. S. RICIIAUDSOX. 'tate in Bradford county Honda up to ,,

of the United Sf --ftI ec1lut' Bun g;.. not .little strange that so few the duty of examing the devices submitted date of Abstract onxcf5fit tmfl -I IIF
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day InV&shin -.',;",of -dfubeie., of our tillers of the soil c.rry into practice for l.xalinatiol will agree with him A Card. Headquarters foTFIRE 1NSURANC Londoufc E t3

p aged 56 years! what they prach. or rather fail to in his opinion as to the value of his particular The S.inforcl Publishing romp-any, representing CGlobe the Liverpool & ,
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The Post observe and put lnt practical operation invention as comrriivd with the-having: contracted .with the Iu h1shilJ .
Offijrtment, \ has sent. Committee of the Florida! Anlnal
an Florida ,what fle! nature of our soil and climate hundreds of others that are presented. ference M. I K. Church South to (the I
.0 Inspector to to see after the publish M. C. JORDAN. Ci-oocte
: enforcement of Tiie'postal' regulations would seem to dictate to the understanding Speaker Carlisle! has in response to the : Florida Christian Advocate, \\ hih will 'vILLto fences! Mi.: "

.' this State, From all. that we can learn of all intelligent farmers? urgent request of the corps of lady newspaper I appear I would between vail attention the 1st of and the 10th Methodists oDIan'h. attorney 'and Counselor at Law GEN T'S AND BYS' HATS BOOTS ANDSHES II

4t there he will find plenty. of opportunities We have spent no little time in tryingto (correspondents Washiiigtno, and the friends of the enterprise throughout ,

in the outlying post offices for',.'Hnforcezaent. discover the great ignis fatuus which designated: that the lust two rows of seats the State that if any desire a spec- > AND FINE CLOTHING. &
imen send their
has for time controlled in the the (oPofhe paper to lame and Solicitor in Equity.
and
." so long a prh'at gallery adjoining press md po* adlrls:to tlio Sanford Pub- I : _. : I I
misguided the judgments o our fathersin galfery. be reserved for their exclusive lishiu r Coin pi'y, Sanford Florida t dtJ aT ]

DeFnuLk 18 putting OD city .style' and the management of their agricultural occupancy. This was done in compliance JAS.. P. PKPASS. Elitor.'DJ lACKSOXVILLE S FLORIDA.Will .-------

proposes: to Iwvc a hanking house for the I. and the with demand made -
pursuits only satisfactory solution nu urgent Lathe committee
Accommodation of her business men and practice in all the State and Federal Court Card
Time
we can find lies in the fact that their on rules but now that their re- ; Keferto the editor of this pnuer. Klrst-claws "THEm@tWliB9"
her visitors. The County Commissioners TT. iCELA "
minds cannot or have not been entirely queet b,1s. been granted the favor does not Jackgoiuillc It dwlred.Savannah and New York rafarencMfarniehed
.1
z. have also decided'ldvbnlld/a handsome Praclioiier of Medicine[ for the last AtlaIlti UairoacJ
-". ; disabused as t the almighty power of i seem to he appreciated as nt even (those Pensacoh1 amI
brick cou1.I substantial jail atKI.WK 4'king cotton.: But thank Heaven the who were the most persistent in their I jlrs J. T. WILLS, Takin'
11Kir count ". .. ill1i; was in the citv of Chicago, in which .Cincinnati .(.&: a m .\r .
." time is coming it is at their effects to secure (the concession m. 7 e I
yes now have; lie was cua l.llarll.jn the treatmentof Law 1X3fsSOa m. .Louisvil1e. .2,2U a Dl e ,

A few dia "f.' "1emai at KIsaizn Tery doors, when king cotton can no claimed the privilege granted: them by chronic .bcaH's, in time practice of Attorney at II 8/23: a in- -Nashville. .7,15 p m IIII

mee shippej ftwKes cf.,wtnges from longer mislead the frrmer from the true the SH.-aker.| Gvnaecolo-ry, having now settled near i 5,25 p m. .Birmingham. .ll,0.j a in MUTUAL BENEFIT -
will office in Johns' Brick STARKE, FLA.
open an ;
that place tjHKiiprtf-ftXHl realized which leads and The first State dinner II 920 .Montgomery.} .65) am"Le
to
$3 per coarse ease indepen given by the Block. From 2 to 4 p. Wednesday & p 0,40
lor. The Jretght on the The experience of the President and Mrs. Cleveland Will practice In all the Courts of UM 4th and 5tbludlciU Rispm. .Houston am A ''I ( SOCIETY.OF
,. oranges, we are df.c. > past 3 ear WI.i given Saturday of eaih week, beginning on Circuits. II 6 *>5pm..Xew Orleans. .1OlOani" .

; told.WUlesdto- "r.Bartow 'kj
Q .t ..., crop w'ill no doubt cull a halt with a great the Cabinet and a few others were enter Firs' consultation. I be> free, and all : East. ) j Going UVt.V NSW YORK. tl
; st tl i d1r i confidential.MAKE L B. RHODES.Atiomey .
The Inter-State many farmers We believe in cotton 4b t tained. The presence of Mrs Lamar, the GUI.1 KOCTE I
r -pad tbe l EX. l GULF J.X. No. 233 Broadway New York.
.1 a curtain extent but we also believe in bride of the Cahilet. and Governor ATLANTIC :
commerce.thrpUj 1t' b -expected to go 5. a m I.e.: .Pcns cola. .Ar 11,00 1 II

Jir..b1'! "a' large majorityAlready ample provision crops for" man and bei.!t. Fitzhiigh Lee and wife from Richmond, MONEY.I at Law, 5, 5 am. ., .Milton-------1O,03pnm l'n-.ihfiit; : S"c"r and Treas: It0l

with1i1libdiia. ) We venture to ay that there is not H relll'rcilihe occasion particularly inter 6,53 a lit. .(IJaI1in . 9,20 p in A. L. SOULARD WM. D. CHANDLER.

one cotton planter io the State who has found Fortunes areyearlv nw effectoffusal'of. .. LJf1t. in the re- esting. in stocks. grain IIn.1< Hil. These iuvt'st and Solicitor in Chancery . \ n'.I'N i.il"lIts:
.. .Ar yle 8,10 m
the crop renumerative for the past fifteen lu-Tits frvqiifnily pay from i-Viu; t<>$2iM: > or more sot) a m p E. A. QUIfJTARD! J. F MORSE.
.-' ILJO renew the 1. on each SlfU' intfstetl. A,l lnfor rireulais;: siJWa: m. Caryvillc. .7,32 p m
annual years. We will go,further and say that n-liiiblf bon't'sponoll'ntsIntc,1. William E.Riebards. . .Chipley..7. MKECTOKS:
members of Con- SarkesSIdpments. LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA. 9Wam( pin T
rt not more than ten farmers out of Danker ani. brokor, 3S, 40 and 4J Marianna. . ..G A. O. (::000.LI.
gress. "" ;: .t r every ST."nt }.\..: Jan. 23.-As an evidience Broadway., X. \. y,53am: . p m ,
hundred in the State can produce cotton IJO.\ \ S. 10uUl..Hi\.cr; Junction. 5, p inF. Prt''ic1t'IIt.11. Bank Note (...S'ew Yoit.t eIJP.
'Boodle"Alderman McQuade, of New .exclusively of the growing importance of Will practice In all the Courts of the SUM. Office R. & N. Co. ). 1). IlALI'tt'IX.
small *
on calc
a
or House
York, baa gone to Sing Sing for a seven .present pi ices and make both large ends f meet., at Starke as a shipping point for oranges 1 to 4 per ct'nt.11 duration JHT nninini i n:good 3 months security.INVESTMENTS.to. a lifetime u Court ---- 10.23 p m. .. .Starke ..2.47 a m rrl;i.h'lJt! Fourth ?7atinnal Bank, Sew YorkR.

'years' term and has been assigned to acell and sea island cotton we submit the following Dr. A. P. SMITH Through Pullman Sleepers.River I'AP.MilV roAJJiKS.Prt : ,
This
is a fact which no one who is ported -.1 fo
) just above that of his brother in- 1 : After a a-careful examination of to Pensacola, mobile and t .idnt nxi: :iarfre Fire (mis. ('0.. New York.A. .
.
will to ofTen his iion l tcrrlces tn
attempt controvert, yet our farmers Respectfully profe DC
the-books of the Florida N't-.v Orleans. L. SWI.Hi',
crime, Jaehne. The question now remains -, Railway and Lhe cituen of n l.i..1 i county. Diseases i wo.
will lay aside nearly all other crops, Navigation Company at this .a t) will secure (.n( Crun"wick 20-Thaler Bond rn.-n and clii-l: i- wall/: treated. \V ill te fowl Through train of Palace day coaches between j It'-sMenf 'teniir! : Fire las. (0., N'ew York. ar
"Will they be able to catch Jake particularly provision crops. which is by point we O.' an.1 one Italian IJed Cross bond the nextredemption .t bora, 0!' ..h1i.311U make, when not proi wioorly Jacksonville and Pensacola. I K.: A. < e..T.\In.! in:
Sharpe the man who organized and find that the shipment of cotton from of which soon takes p'aoe.' E\''r>- t 1I"\Id. Junction Ala. via Baldwin, Tallahassee
carried bond ,
in four
far the most and j'.ti ticipates -
rush into redemption drawingsannually --- '
,. out the whole scheme of corruption?" Imprtant. &'pL 1. 1886, to Jan. 22. 18b7 amounted mid hf.s more than one chance to Obtain and Peiisacola.; YVM.. : !t. S \' -\ .

cotton up to eye and labor to 843 b.lies or to something over $ 3,22.j. a premium of from :(I.o1l1' to JilOi'O.OiO.) ) as i31UCILAY ING.F. Tickets on sale! at all principal ticket !cr.111. loan an Tr:st C'-.. :owYorl

The Starke Telegraph and the Gainesville hard for a long year's time with the hope Oranges shipped from this place: between i times inter.-st are on worth the imesiaient their fac.'allll'and the, and Bonds I inu.st at alt lie offices to all points west and} r.ortUwi-t. HKNiv. : : t'. !R'Jiii:.N):;. thlHt

Advocate are. extending congratulations of making out of cotton money sufficient t the H'dehmed by their leopectivc Kovernmeiils. the F C. SHE HARD, I <; r' -rt;-r U-fs. Jt Ci.. Xew York. HtY&
aove dates byfreight, express and :.uns as our I'nite.1 States got eminent bonds. W. D. CIIIPtEY, Gen. IV f. nr.: .
to Mr. B. L. Blanchard.: of the to supply the neccessaries of household i in carulluts: 7.00J. onc' u8hd crate Xo blanks. No risks whatever and, liundreds J. F5ELDIs Gen. Supt. I ik'LFR" du
', .f of With II. 1:. CUfin .
Floridian office. on his recent marriage. and farm which they could have ( opportunities repomption. with premiums t\> New York.
through or. counting 160 oranges to the crate, ranging from SlOto SlUU.UUO-5lil.Oikl( ( Liru being {rESB.: prEHt'E, OJ
\ Great spoons, you ought to see his wife 1I a system of diversified crops in half the hue of the hrl'st premiums. $:J will secure one now Mttlert permanently! In Starke ami 1" read ]
'
l.liO.COO) oningc;, which) returned to the .}f thtsu brndsfor! thin.M r.'iiniiiti.n.1ieiit to do any 1rLktr.: :'in tcrln<;, KaUoinlnms or IN CIIICUIT COURT, BRADFORD COCSTY, k i if Ilild.-.n.; PIn: & Co. New York.
I she is red-headed freckle.faced, snaggle- time and with half the labor it requires ov/tieisaiid placed in circulation: herehtjtwccii cJ; by Jloni-.v urdor. draft registered I'aprr Hanging. I. birnn.-y bunt: |*rfect draft FI.om U.\- K. D. v.'inifi.i:: :. :1!. D 8tr&at
toothed !letter us exprejw. DaLnce pajable in monthly warranted. Hoo.lworli IIndll'lti-f"cl1on g .manuca.
bandy-shanked tuvJ cross eyed.He'll to complete a cotton crop. l l4tfO ;installments William Jones Attachment. Sum I :ilc-1Tr Director. NVsr
I 12,000 and ( for oranges : U. S. p'ViTir.u'iit Imnds on Charge* moderate. Kttiu.iteg given. Wc.k don j ) swornvs York. tabo
never grow jealous! Come to think We have ample markets for the con niotjihlv payments) Address for cin-ul'irs. etc. by the d v or C<>:.tr-icu II I [-to $li .2j. Damage 'n'IV (
alone and about $77,223 for cotton and O. \>'. Fos.cr. bunker ( iAtUn
4: Un.a'Y.. ?! I St5S8fiEHTSluvcUcii ?
about it xe don't believe he's married.- sumption of r.1 the garden and field products Owen Owens J ;J56.54. ; the

Tallahassee Floridjau. of Florida Look at the vast amountot I oranges, to say nothing of the shipment OR.\XGES.OU..lXGE3 The Defendant, and all other persons : ('!ha en levied from 1110 IfcSG aver- ch
I of vegetables of all kinds in their interested are hereby requited to t
season. I I
Ii I CIRCTIT SHIP appear aii injU-u1''n ':ar. and! making the
COURT. BIUDFOHD C'OUNTY y costf
a A fire broke out in Fernandina at 1 pork beef poultry, eggs etc., shipped I Owing to last winter's disastnous freezj ci-tr FLA.liobt. trim Cia- and plead to the declaration tiled in tin- f, .. I
J. II. F. SEXTON & TO. : 1lSS'mtlt" to a man of 40
'ennof
to Florida .
o'clock of the afternoon of every winter season from the ) Smith ) above entitled cause on or before tin the
Tuesday last great northwest to make all I our orange crop was reduced at the very v.s V ('()DIIS810IERCHAXTS first Monday of April. lt<87; otherwise; ;umre. fr.t( ///'//' dol'iiry >i near for each |1,

which threatened for a lime to complete ; enough our l least ojt-L.ilf. and many (estimate at a E. E. Smith. I Room C. Commercial Exchane**, judgment will be entered by default. l)4hi)0fi1 j .uruiee.SEFONDR: ; wa
energectic farmers wealthy in a few;years. It appearing; to the court that the Tefendent in 1'hila'lelphia Ta.
Iy destroy the town. There two thirds WI&J
reduction.
was
a gale j With the number 111:1U-, E. E. Smiih res'dt-s without the Cash advances on Consignment, As to pocking UOMEK L. PEEK.

V blowing at the time and the flames spread Every industrious proprietor of a forty 4([If trees coining into bearing each year (the I I Slat of Fl.to Wit: in Meadville in Srate of i and shipiner. applr to :. W. Hewes. Residentafiit. Plaintiff's Attorney. CIRCULARS.
with acre farm io the State could with all case, I renns\il-am'a. It i is ordered that said: defeiulent i ; 1'ostorlu-i-Stjrke. Fla. Residence Crystal Starke, Fla.. Dec. 9th. 'E 3. Dec. II, 3m.
great rapidity but were finally overcome 4 crop will b immense: within the next .loapjiear; and pleid. answer or demur to the Bill Lake, Clay co. Fla. 'I
with furnish! Jacksonville and other I large filt-d in this ('an-c on the first X. W. HE""ER.Oct. .
a total loss of about 30000. l five years. Four-fifths of the tnoIi.ay in Jan- __ I
3.i'e. 3 -
Florida markets with orngl's.hipped iarv A. I). "-. and that this order be pubiislied! in. Starke. Fla. c 'To'bar'
five
Jacksonville Fire Department went to the ten or more. from Staike this season; wen: in the nolida'e..kl. Telegraph a tn-v.-spaper

assistance the of Fernandina large, fat, stall-fed beeves every winter within published in said county, for four w..rk L. O. HULL I O. L. KEENE "
.. people grown 1 radius of six miles of this JAMES ). BAKFR ,
-- Tim_ TYlAnnir .frmn... thie QAttr/_ > '\'. 13th isii;i. I
". aDo loiugaiiani service, in which they sason. n ----J v '' point. Yet we are told that we are too Judge. Millinery Fancy Dress Goods
alone would ,,,
lay the fruits of the littlerassy
.. were ably seconded by sailors from the far north for successful oran j growing. CONTRACTOR BUILDER,
Duke of Sutherland's yacht and the Clyde: g cotton patch-the scene of a long -Savannah< Xews. A REWARD OF $109 NOTIONS. KID GLOVES PARASOLS per

:; steamship Yemassee both of which were y ear'I hardship-too far behind in the -- Whereas a most foul anti unwarranted: jnur STARKE, FLA.PL Silk Umbrellas, Zephyrs and all kindsof ..wotle

: shade to talk about. These fine beef later-Slate Agricultural Convention. der was committ l in Brndfnrd coutFin.: on material for
lying in the harbor. Among the struc the niarhtof th.i>ti! of lI""l'llhpr! .\.'I). IKSt!. in .\ and sp-cification furnished upon ap- ,
tures destroyed was the Mansion House. steers could easily be made fat on the Gas )McEunery of Loisiou has called the! '.ilHsifrof! : hiinnid 1 Uvd. coJoreil.) shui.tinir: I.lifati>n. C.irpiiter work of all kinds solicited FctncyG 1TTOr 7i. I .\ '
an Inter him dead i in the !:<,.!!' of J. 15. 1.I'.w.. ami promptly executed. :/
4 The insuinnce on the ruined propertyonly run of the field and"pitches and( kept fRt Stalegdeulurl Coiiventi.ni to It is hc..h..I..I..J.c.1 l hy the Hoard, of C.>unty I 'IYompt attention to ordt-r- -@ .

c./ amounted to $11.000. ul the winter on such products of the meet at Lake Charles La.: on I he 22nd of t'olnmi-son'-rS:: (thAt the I'ountwi:1: pay one; 1 May Lde No. 10 I. I. 59 West Bay St., Cor. Laura, eTezro.Infthis
,.__ Iiun.lred !oUrreward!!
< for the -- .
Febru in npp"C'.n.i"nnn.l i r' > O. O. K. Meets every l'rii. 1552.-Gm. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
farm fodder corn shucks millet :try next the interest of Agricul conviction of the -. '
,
n hay jj.irly "O'u'l1linK tie mur i. J lay night nr Odd Fellows'
The largest sums of money that: arc Lure Dairying. der. l>one in Ol'l'lllk-s-Mon JnujryIlls.. )1US7. ) I Hall. Transient brothers ---. -- .
pumpkins turnips, peas peavines, oats. : Stock-raising etc.. and I -7-a- .
'JI cordiall-' invited
paid for Florida BY. : to attend. What 'an Be Done. B
advertising are the very e tc., but our farmers. we regret to say invites the co-operation of neighboring Attest. : Chairman U. (,'.>. (('illS. I L. C. IUT.L. E. S.THOU\;. JJy trying again and keeping up courage I
ones that are doing us the most harm. H. F YOm Sc.'retflrr. Noble Grand.
have been content to states. many things Sf emin rly impossible .
struggle along from Clerk Circuit Cuiirt and Kxofflcio Clerk may Tisi(
Take the whole pige advertisements in year 10 year with "king and Governor Perry acting upon this invitation and Auditor for the 15. of ('o. (Coin. 'I R Bradfrd Ldzc No. 42 F. and be attained. Hundreds of hopf'lesot fees 1jcbjt1swhoopthg Oongtifl,Colds,BoanenesB Cough Indptent,Oaan Consarap Istams,*
coton" come I ,
;r -. M. Kt'tfuliircoiniiiuuicutioii Kidney. and Liver lune
the largest Northern 'papers which set J 1 Camplaint :reUerec eoiHumTh It
out in debt every season, while the great has appointed the following as 'j i1 and fourth S.itur.Iays! in o">ch month. been cured l I\ Electric liitUr.s, after tIdlIcec1 ag ctI
forth the grandeur of St. Andrew's Is P.. E. HrsTKR. J. M, JOHSS, I 1'IiCeetI. 0. 'r 1I81v..
Cor.vrv COMMISSIONERS
Bay provision markets of the State are delegates to t tlC said! Conwiilio.i.Ainchui !t I. COURT January 3iid I IV\ everything else had been tried in vain. Genuine Dr. Bin
Belmore Silver let ..FST.Renlvi. -l'o'I'etarW. M.. Io, don't think there is for ntp II told only te t lihl8imPilbaThe
City, Springs Park etc., to be the j ; County, General; Elias -- no core you, itlon.ancl !and bean oar -:
supplied by farmers I
open
: places where there working Ear ? that from th first day of .January. IMP'I). OKDEIIOF'KKD }IE>\ but try lllectrie Hitters. There is im Trade-Marks to wl>.
are not a dozen inhabitants of the great northwest with rich Baker W. P. home liradfoid J. C. Rich I). II'X thnt! ao .rlOr.thlall..)' nct' be paid:I top medicine s.? safe, so pure, and so perfecta 1 (in.a Cirdf.aSft- ,
: and where there will lie I uijw-rs in thN '"IIIH). zin.I tl>at all I ()scoi\: THIBK: Xo. 1. FI.A.-VOUIJ.jJ Blood and ths
never ; In aid Hrevard C.; U. and J. persoi.s re- Purifier. Electric Bitters will i 8fl11..tureOI ofJom W.
meats the winter
but juicy season. :MagrudiT Q. iiiin-ii| eoiintt' aid "cr>i>rt to the Dard: of Cor.n- Fires i kindled eachVed iusiliy's Sleep! t44oc iP full .. .Mt7P'* Co.Sol* '
I cure n.\.oIpepsianlabt'tes and all I l Ke
) >
which from their sp a
:
descriptions. would Florida is Stewart Calhomi O. P. t) C'-mmissiuriPrs oi'Jier! in JMTSOIJ or hy proper their t Prop Baltimore,..u.B.o
a little State in ISlarke Fla.
Wigwam, ,
glorious raAyreppccts l'al.luil" of the Kid
CJ.y Invaluable
lead the trader proof as to ths-ir i-. >i lirion r.t Ijik-e Butler, on tin; Iltt net's. in Httertionsof
believe
to were cities. but we dwindle almost into i'I'. COldalll. Columbia: Gi-o. )1. 'first M"nri I,- in ..(-::1 ..iv'.nt1;! at which tulle the Tiansieui Brothers cordially invited to Stoiuiifh anti Liver and. overcome all! I
People buy these lots, learn where they \ Board wiSit' in (
insignificance when compared: to the Dade.J \\ood"1 Davidsoii. l be made at tin- farm OIL
uter poor for their<*nre.A.
arc located and their character, and in Duvul J. U. ac 1elll. Lug Bottles only 50 cts. at J. J. Kit ,
managing and thrifty farmers of other Magiunis; aid: A. Puelt/, CUnSBY. \\'ILI.IM LAKE ly. 2 "'Greatest' Cure Earth for Pain "
each and : Attest: Chairman B. Co. Com,. B. Co. on ,
every person so deceived Flori sections of the Union, end will remain: i.i Esc.uubi.i: J. C. Pttterson, Franki.i! .\ .\' H. F.YOH'C. C'hiefof: RfMird, : relieve W

da has a either bitter and unrelenting enemy this deplorable! condition uti our farmers Challal, Gadsdeii Geo. I Davis. II.imil- I .) Ck-rii rii-rlc!ail of Auditor I HIP Circuit for Ihe B C'.mrt. of Co.an'(.'m-l.Hxof3ci II I Ix Ciurfir COCHT, HUADKOHD COCXTY, WfH other known more remedy.quickly Rheumatism than any, 'tile ]

People North or South, should re abandon cotton culture to a great ); .J I. Ancruii., llernanJlo. II. T. ._- I l-'i.duin.v. H. P CULVER Neuralgia, Swellings,Bruises! ,Barns, but

member that something cannot be bought : extent, and go in for a more studied diversification Lykes IhiIl'JaruV.. U. Henderson: HH. 31. S. HE.. ; ETT Thomas V. PuI.r.lIachmenl.: ) Sum Salds,Cuts,Lumbago,Sores Frost- 1I'orl

for nothing and when a huisncss or residence of hhiilinvV.. Green Jackaou John I II vs sworn to $3.10.67. !i Contractor and Builder. bites Backache, Wounds, Headache! ,
and
lot in a city is advertised for crops new enterprises rl'pl.C'tfalnf""o: ;, ,'1.dli .'n "' SI rK-n amiIMST. I (h'e'cn s. J n.lillagesUi.3L |r I Toothache, Sprains &c. Sold by all! que J [
I
sale for making money, and keeping it at Milton. .Jcfel'sou E. n Bailey aud W. M f \i'init.. l-'ct h. his tJ en 1'1. at tinil..).!;(.. 1) LANS and specification furnished on Druggists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle. i is: 181
I for $5 or $10 that such I 1ons- !l.tin The Defendant and all other short notice. Job
a scheme must home in Gerardcau, Lafayette W. I D. I ii 'f" .f C"IOoIltatiron! all''I 't'II' i pcr-nas work of all kinds '
be. circulation among our own peo lar.kil-. '!"rinr ITif'.'. :..1 atil to tlt..e :iid..1 with ltltiestr(1 are hereby required to I I i promptly attended to."lOGURE -r Intl'I'I'.thl&EXIerlellceli.. len
cannot be other than a fraud.-Eutis Leon W. B. "KII iN 1((' IF.kiS. s'u-ks '. ispiicar .
Lake ple.We Sdlader IUII ,1 B. Davids) 'hili is. Ib''r. >iniuu-ii.: PIln.1I1ar IIr"iall.1) ir.n i I( a rid plead (to the declaration tiled i in (liemdMJVC II TIir.am ('::ml'r. on FurnittiriDealer of WorthrOuswee

Region. _ __ do not offer the above article as Levy Geo. D. Meiuleuhall} : Liberty W.: II. .I t'"e-; S:v> 'hl,.! :ittet\-n ;jvi n to the; trc.it- I entitled cause, on or before the CI, UU11\1' >!. Ga. l ii Us his oxpcrfeuce. thus: ;

.DRADOR ASLEEP WIIICHf anything hew or -Ned MailUoti Then. Rmdall I and Capt.J. : "'('n' ofV \; :x Mill l'hii I I m-i-m. o--! : d.ls.. ] t tk.st t Moil-lay of .April 1S;7; otherwise NO PAY I "For tIme cia i /\'tried every remedy
containing interesting .
on i-1I\'IHI. I
I 1'1'11'11'.1.1.\.1 1 :;lIl1r liv of fu-h: u- !:, i m'nl.t
ill h- for t and! *
I judgment j \\ be entered[ his default on I tf/Kiiri: Kidney
L. Englis, Manatee[ Zilie C'i'-S'ilaii.-n FIE: !:. 'I,iii .ixo i"ne call fllEH
for
Suppose that the tLc subject of which it relates but it I' ; King Marion:I ICal. --
good people of this i I '"n'IH aii::; ia: th. .:ty.Jan. I' COMKU L. I'KEK.Attornev JOHNSON'S PisorlTs. !lint p>l no .icliff until I used
country. instead of relying' longer upon I .should suggest some new idea to the far John .\.iartiuiEonro F. A. Ilendry., 1 is"ItNOTICK for 1'luintilT.I I is CHILL AND KEVICUTOXIC Electric J!ilh'rTplk: five- bottles and 1 rnt

hotel proprietors and railway managersto ; mer by which he anti his neighbors maybe Nass in.1. J. I'pchureh Orange LyntnPlieips. : ----- -- I lu1e.: Fla.. Dec 9th. 86. IJcc. 11. 3m. I a and positive Biuors Specific FEVER for and CHILL A.NDFEVER nmnnv riiH-'I. and: think! Electric! Bitters

advertise our local attractions to thepeople benefited we shall feel amply repaidfor Polk II. D.: McLeod. Putnam! P. ) OF INSOLVENCY.I.VCot'NTYCot'Rl I XOT1UK. I ANTIDOTE for Malarial Poison.GLAUANTEE. an I t lIieBi'-t: A.IMtHul 15 I UM-J'I'lIrii of t'r West in t t the I.ilH.-ity.w.'rld"MijOr Ky.-, nWe

of ,tbe North and the lalnr expended in its P. hishop. St. Johns T. V. Moore | Six weeks ipdlllttri
Northwest production. B.IAOORII Cot'XTY. FI., tDA. 1 1j I after dale 1 will npply to the ii ( {- !inter! for nn cIl standing i pas

.should through their county commissioners -Col. W. W. Moore in Baker County Snwtnec M. Blackburn, Santa Rosa j j I Wiiorea, Il-nry \\". Kppcr-.on. .Iminfctrator i: I Honorable J->
and other public officials do a little Sentinel. Dr.0.Judge, SunUer T. C. Lanier, Jr. of the estate t.f UV.. )Tppcison.:) ) ; ,!.ttva.sed. late ; Judge: of the County of Hrall'on1.Ie! j j jP TO.MC your does nin.y not do if all JOHN-SON'S that THILL AND FEVEII i i cvcrd'IJe III' so much gooil as Electric

1ulvcrtisin i Taylor J. il. Vohuu C. of saMcrmnt.}, ?.a\infilled iUI t tu! < nfiic.' of tu! [ i of Florida I for I U'lers ('f :administration 1 on I I dealer i is instructed to return is claimed the for it.,Ksery | 'Bitters.":-S.M: at !Jiftv cents a bottle by o It,
(. themselves? Kel.f. : Codrinsj- l'l'IH.IJuol of saM county written suprir. s.I t the e-tate of William .. money upon .
1 lIi-( :>, laIc of I lhi- aj ]>Iicati oI whenever the ine need OUR IVASJJLYG TOY LETTER. ton, Walton A. June Wakullu I U. W.shmorc. I li.of the insolvency of said I..tat(. Xolire is |1 any ease of ('hilt cure _____
They
not of I
liiaiifonl
spend money for space H : heri 1/y riven to all persons Irivintrcluim-s: of anv' : County decease. This iippli- an Fever, Intermittent F.einittent. This.

In Northern and Western journals nor: WASHINGTON'. D. C., Jan. 20,18S7. .\ Washington Gen I natur- whatever aint slid t-s'.xtt* tr fib the I eat ion will I be made: upon t the request of !I Severity or I Bilious>ru rfd,.Fever.in Florida .4

for job printing "in three colors" Let L Tothe Editor of THE TELEGRAPH: To tha Editor of THO TCI.EGHAPU:Wm.ller.,1, same I''HIII..Jwl diilr authenticated p. of So1.i.I""Ullt.\in on the; or oHlce hrfire of the the (the largest creditor j ji )-Xi;, 80 gross or this standard Chill bmiglit.and during Ke\er I ..'JIlok!
IC. J.i. 'b6 i-dieine. We refer blow
i is 11th diit >. I i V. J.I mp J.x.OTIt'E. you to
them their I announced that in the event of theSenate's July A. IS. ;'t wiiicii! time a pro A. E. ;
&
advertisements Phillips -
spread on the \tlll last ss.iot the: Joih0': ,rjt:i paj'iin't will b- :.. I'le to tidi t-.rs entitled \ Bro. S-uiiford. Fla... -
c V.V.
ground in the form of I. rejecting for a second time. tlie I! I.) iiie same! so' far as lit" :.<.,-;. w:1;![ .I and I Walkt'rCrawforhille, I To
i-xt
public improvements nomination ot Mathews for the nual Coiileience of t E. ( iiuri_!n :.111! J;; .t.,..;.:)";.i.,1. ...,,. ,"''.''.....".. ...;..1:.! t.n.... .I." .'.tVjtI.CS .!,...-,.'-n..'/oT.".4.. 'I I I \V.IVarce.\. awls.& Tdllaha-.se*;. "" -
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worthy of so large. s wealthy ands positionof I the appointing! power( in \'il1 of the 1 \ < my puiii-rs ..!nt' .1;I.ia f. (.t' !.iid All p"r.! rms an v.-uiied from tradini'; Holt's Pharmacy Hubhs,Jack ol\\me- .
Recorder of Deeds for the District of C'.:irv. A l-'s-! <7. for a ccrt-iin promNary note made 'Van
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public liy Kd. !
Delouest
spirited < (
a community as rapid growth of thy Church: formed this. J. K, I j i-ala.
our !KICHAKD.: (
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Let induce the rich Columbia! that the President will, in all Jan. I.'. C:n. Coii'ity Jtnljje. Win. Malp'iurs and X. C. \Vainwri glt! j, 1-1n.tl'lI! Pope. Madisnn, ener;
well
th1 as as the appointment into station and Welsh &
: I leltinrdme for sf.l-J; with a ciedit IIf $J.j due Dl'ec.mI j j Agar. Albany. Ga.
probability, nominate another I .,
coloredman F. H.
poor to pay their taxes.: Let as the her 1 l'"s JlcKae. .J.-snp ouIlE
proper us pastor. The appointment \\M I :. and pnynble \Vm. .Andrews! i iANo K. Thomas. Jr., ThomasviHe "
for the The ,
have a Board of County Commissionerswhose position. person who is agreeable to me as I had leaiued to lu'cSI.rke.1 AskJ'our retailer for the JamcflMcAM' ft 3 Shoe. a certain! C'I.Ullly script issued on -Fop SALE BY o
ideal sid to have !>eeu selected by the Pros-i I Caution I Some dealers recommend Inferior .Monday. D-cemU-r tb. to L. T. Hlclmrd I I -
highest of ;
0 county road is my last year's stay. good In order to make a larger profit. This IB the J. \MASON & CO.
ulng : .
for hull hii, :
Although
somewhat dent is William II. Smith who for theplsttwentJ..tve I original Shoe. Beware of Imitation which ao- t rheIlig.ltor t-n-vk Bridge
more elaliorate than a piney it may seem out date. I would here express f knowledge their own Inferiority by attempting to :NW.7G!, endorsed by L. T. Iic lLnl. oni Jan 3'JRG-ly KTAKKE FL.Nrw .\. f"
.e build the
has been the upon of the
reputation originaL
woods years assistant -
cart path and to wll'l a mud my appreciation ii the almost uni- I! None Genuine unless bearing this Stamp I i I I Dewmlu-r: 11. Not' I the srripl 470 as the ,
hole or a washout in librarian of the House of Representatives. ', same have been lost
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an important highway vers.il kindness shown niu- by the com-I' JAMES MEANS'Ol'O ? |
seem a defect. .Mr. Smith was born a slave in : J. W. AXMIVVS. I j DRUG'STORE.J ,.
last
munity and
woul for
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year the ,
uniform '

Somt munths ago Major Durkec. Mr tle District of Columbia. but with hu exp. iious.of welcome. on return, =e$3 SHOE. I' '- i iI ;" : t '. : -: ttfil .
my f..r.;" ; : : a.
W. B. family was emancipated in 1S59 by "" I Made In Button Orange College I Sin
Burnett, and other Congress and ) .
public spirited th ,!v the ters! of the Melhirch I Lace. Xttt Caff & ". Unexcelled I. f. 1' } .j.jfJJ1."tr.( l ;.tt .t'f:
will of the gentleman who owned him I ) ; T..10.. o .7.- I r! i
citizens ; 'I In & ..
brought schooner loads of shells u but of oilier denominations :'. Durability Comfort I -g-STAKKE, .t- .I.-.r..l.l'.1..1-1/ .' / .'J .J. ). WaP'bJO
; Appearance. A .aS -" "
From S. postal card .f."t. .
the time of
from the North and laid a beautiful avenue the emancipation and mafiy\rtMTliave. no Church relItjInsSiucein j I .. -' sent to us will how bring to eet you this Information I I Op ns Sot. 6. IsSli. and continues ten,I ,.:. j.Li. .r,4'_ :. J'R'J' t. 'J.L..J!." f F = f n.. .
slaves down 1S72 !
to he
through the forest from LaVilla to the was I Republican, return frir'III" have kept I .'. Shoe la fUI7 State or iii'tilths with \'a'a:C'hristiuas week. I j :jf ,; PI ..! .. ?'Lh.! .1 ';_.-_-':.' .
1113- TerrItory. ,
oh Moncrlcf tul road. They hope't no but since that time he has taken no active us' my _wife quit self! in continual pleasant: MES ',' ',Means&Co ': TEACHERS. i :=.:,J A. '..' ..=..t...HI:1 rcr'L.in'.sf.I .n.1J', ...:-__ ." of iill-II r'1
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part m politics. his of I'rof n. P. 'mm .
doubt, that the During long term : H-acher ofX'ul'.J.1! SH! n"e. A'/t. ( !
county) would surpiisc. First W1 the bountiful sliver 41 Lincoln St. nn-1 I tlio X iriiil JJi-jniilmept. ?'CJr. .1. I. .'r 'I'f1.'r'-'F 'Ii.'.- "R' -- ." 1 S A
: ., .:at least make! decent approaches to it. service as librarian he has acquired such a pitcher 0:1 the Chiistm tree kins, t.aett'tif! the Cli> .U-". Higher : :JI.lp.j "-,-".:'. ..__ .I '''ro.'H' :. .i.." .. .} "IbIt Ot:1
a present I I i..s. X,'. I'rof.V.. T. .. ." -1p.-. I
and Touisr-n. t-.u-lurof i'If. ; 1tomeel0cIaiteThabetfti.
But it lies there like mpletc! accurate knowledge of the Boetonlla&I In trn- i 4 r 1 V
yet, a half ,
submerged from the Church. which sent us home Dlt'lIta14J1J Vocal I n..ic. ant EIII'Uliou. ills : !
bridge with both ends in the mud. arrangement of the library that his services that nirlit i I I :'lar> B. Brown, teacher in the iiiu-r'nediate l>ep J. J. KELLEY.MANAGER i.'I'I n .
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happy I .
: a of I the:
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ji.y n. sungN :rtut-Di. *.j- E'U-n! Davis, te.u-licr in tie!
have idr .
been considered invaluable c
Some years ago we had a fairly goad Next th-5 nice ,which Our celebrated factory produces a i'rimary Dep.irtirent.I fti Il'-I Sr c D
II.Ualhl repl" nish- quantity I AND DEALER IM ,
and his removal has never l been ot Shoes of this tirade than other S
suggestedby any I
toll road. It factory In the TUITION PCR MONTH.
was ar
given the free !
up use (-11 the Krder. a.id world. Thousands who IIS lIII
t : of wliic-li: wpar them will tell the Pure I5i-iiw
wj you and ) .
T .ift!
the Republican or Democratic pl.take. reaaontfyonai.kthem. JAMES PrllII1. >): iteritmliat *i nI.f.r: 3 COt Medii-ini-s < E ca
of the people on condition ether MEANS' ft 3 ; I -
that the I e Il
countyshould Mr. thankful to that Providence that sent us SHOE for Boys uuapproached la Durability. 'Ii l'"gLiteI: 11I"r.I""It"t 1 lIIu"ic J: I.". .i illtru-I: titles, Pufiiriitiy., ., Klc.STAUKE. \r-j
parties. Smith is ,
maintain exceedingly popular !"' ; f.ir Mr.-.tiiie! "-0 '
it.
CIS. Vocfll '
has fallen iutoUler : niu-i-- sili--s
: li .
labor r
dilapidation. I at the Capitol, and it i is said that the II among "siici! Clritil! liberality I i J ...-. ,. j i lc.AlL"->. < 5-> i-cit->: Kl'vnti-in; .. !li ':.I l--, ors "Wets; [ FLOK'DA.xs JIi'Egr! = m
'I11
The last tiie \ ; tuition jnVaMiuithiv.. I ,
President has received was Ihth.:1ul': birth iiireserts Gl"'I'' t."I\.I .. LVI ffa
California ample assurances I
publishes to the world ; BOARD !
some of last : '
prettY tough abuse of Florida but from both Democratic and Republican 1 Fillij} fveuir.: : w.idl! i I II V.'ith t'l,' Principal ?'l |>er woek. payu'il-' : wi ekljliot -, ,rI1YSICUX's I'r.F (' c.\r.EFCI.I.y.I' ifiitgm s. r 11IIII do
they birth reminds I SUe
Senator*; that in CaSe his is day me that 1 a-a a-lv.i i.in .-- !! -II'. \,. ... u:1.urE.Y; : J'- i.cl.linolshil' and ai-nintr. I c.ol' lXDED. : l ft1
name
cannot possibly hurt us as much as we presented in life but tnt is I 0..1. convi-ne.t uiul pleasant ho.ird I ..----"--. .. f! -08 J
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ourselves. Our public works for the position that i will be at Cucectllrme.l ; sira'n with': : D -: -. T- T ,-- .. F-, | d..ap| i ill !,; v-itt-.'ii:t!lie-,. j ------f __'_ -__"_...._---- _
bUr arcfulJ' considerateiit-si':' and: !ki.'iduv-s! if (%iri*>- 1. L.11---. A. .: j-I 1.! k..))1 tJ 1I 1.. .1. -... 1 Tlw ichv l w i.V.i5iitly' sitatfil.: :m.l."t.iJcI'rvc Tbla Papa U kept on file at the office fd I I- -
eight )'C.lf. behind the commercial I t ti-in friends wliic, ;1 IH I!'tll I. i en was a capital fellow,

advance or the community and the trouble The time fixed l IIY law within wh-ch r.-nvvvs m_ ."I':!:.. -IPIa''l )- school first four non !. (to.,. sloiy,: \'(.) AYERSflMithDVERTISINq j Jut be was BO confoundedly sallow I I1m5t
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tcivisiji: nie the life an I fl''ii.I-; -f i'' n'u!I. iiM.li-r: ." his friends all forsook
French spoliation claims mu-t riled < is that we are trying run a : b .: ::; j.( m': h\\'I' than nthereiunfus .
metropolitan \\ hic I si jy ni-i-t ji : i--uj-. I-.-. hi" sweet heart bile shook him
aw ipMLd/uu J'eD
(.tII with 1 wire-grass governmen. expired on Friday last, at which linn- in { theM! .. nttu-r: Ii '.!<- :.i !1. ,; \'. t.It..l.F.:.r 1..f.\'o\:.v::":'';.. ;,i1 hi:!pt1.: : .... 1'..;--thd-: .,. ar;l. :I .:Which wade poor Ben lomUr bellow., : .

Jacksonville Morning News. 5.56 claims hail been fildl. A bill wasrecently 3ears. !; (Ci>!lIII''" .,.d.; .. ...,;...::..t P..1-t.! ''i.l. .. Now Be l had a fritntl nftIf'C! reQueenwbi3Wflto
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ttSe.C .
I am now j aflt-flv r-- :
mii-d! : -
pleasantly :in take :fciillir
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the Senate flGTS
passed by >
without Kp: :q.! : hIt 'I.! -
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CRO.SThe little hoiue the M'-lii-i.lis! : .. .( I ... are rer. b..t ho e who writ tot :
lear Ca-ir. : ,. I : t t ; .
D/'Br.J7RD opposition, the time for A :" r. I' ; !,, : I .on.tl.o..Pu.U."d.1IHn".mreeei. t
filinjr i. u I 14).l': } I *
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Tiii; :' us :": .. \ | | *..T. fi.lp.im.fimi Mliotit york which JIMES_, S'JiUWq rtg PrEADELPHIj.srpin } nm..Le's&Srcsyl aty pn; poEey, I.ud
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pievailingopiiiion witbl practical these claims for one year 1\1.1 it will !Ci''jl'u'.l rr ; )" !: 4. 1 1V ". ;; ., u. .i. iT j. -qioi'.t hei.t Iw-nir.lliPil wiJJ ply &s.i hiai married a woI2ai: of rnei .
ant.'vatee I.ut l/'i' : '-,; .I.l! iiv \J'i-i '.-a.-t V t-,JI" dk bir
farmer", from tim Immemorial, has doubtless pass the of lli-presen'a lug : : :| -9... -. .. -.. ,. -. .s I cnr.-.lo.r. ; u .*; i.. 'ti'i -t.per H.rIlH.C.pltaI! Nme EjTI .T SF ? WTTKISIW FREE Bile D.an3 will cI'ar (In (. JI -
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lom'c Ill .Ia'l .il..l ;ua Ui..Jy tt ... _. .. OJ ..-. i.- ;' 7' .t LCft-stCash Rates
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IREFLECTIONS.I reason why it should not l he lone. Not 1 LMEngle.- -- -----wa __ta ._ II' l ; ;: : .

only should the school children sot the \V. A.,Dell.|| -;,

I:I |i. school yard full of shade: trees, but the JiMe Hwt f 1 $1.oo FOR 25C.To -w. H. S, \ ,." '... .-tsa, :: : .

I InfoB PBIN NG.-We print Business, VisC older people should plant trees about their 0 OrXfI 1l I1none v'.io: will seal us 2Tic cal act Sour i: : : ."( : .

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,nd other Card Tacs. Hill 1Lc4s. Letter agent we will send the fol'vinIll"that ISLt : -1 ?
id nx Note Hoadrags. Envelopes Hand Bills home place. If every man would plant HENRY A. oouM not he 'jotight separately, for U-ss tlmn ': IDr Uh\ '. i
f ,&nd job work generally. LJENCLE. Manager. w. N. BAKER CashierACSoyfl4 $1,00: 1 Dozen Sheet* or isiroerfine Commercial I iDS .
'mentS at least one tree, just think how many Paper 1 Dozen Em'elope* to match a cxtia fine ; -x- < ;'' I' :
in this column will t- Latliee' Steel Pens. 1 Gents' Golden ." 't 1i. .
'i"t.oca1Advertl8ementl1 thousand new trees would be planted. : ROLLED GOLD Pen. 1 18k. ANDGROCERIES: ;- : &. .v.F -
cent line.February. : Lt. KING worth more tl-.tn we -
\jjarged twenty-five per beautify your homes and take advantageof -hargeforthfpxckage. 1 Divson L.i t I'tn.-il 1alHr's ROYALPWI \ --

J" ",-,- '," .r.r.r/" > Pencil Rubber all firsu-l.i *.(o*!,, 1 .st.jfrit ,.:r D1 -i .
.' Arbor Day to do it and every body Sheet of Blotting Purer. 1 Rr.ll.I t'.d! KUtetl S :
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winter winds are piercing chill, plant\ a tree on that! day. WLL DO A OESER: BASKING nCSI ESS. DEPOSITS RECEIVEDOI I ECTION foliar Button. 1 s-t of Roiled Gold Cult ISuttons. 4"4- \\ _- -lI:
When :1Pf ____
3 w0 have .1t -
through the hawthorn blows the gale. -----. --.- MADE AT USUAL RATES OF EXCHNGF.i stated that th goods bought separately N. 11. Corner Wa'nnt and CattSU., I V.' aIl \.-_--' '
And could not be ought for less than SI.00, but to .uLvft___ ); \_ :' ::
For _
With solemn feet I thread the hill some reason the South Florida secure new agent wo \\ill s-11 them put up in a ) 5- -51t

: That overbrows the lonely vale. people are not content to have the bulk package for sSo.. Starke, Flori \:._ ,

-------- ---Longfellow. of tourist this season, but must write and WHEELER & toffs! Hew No.i. ACM MFG. CO., Keeps constantly-in store a general stock: .:. 4' 'S :

It provokes imitations Drexcl's Bell declare that the orange trees in this part ----.J.\VITHRECKXT -- July ". '""'. Essex Conn )f JO .' ., t .. tm'' \\ ("_ -

of the ,"
state are totally destroyed. When

Cologne. _ _ the truth is that there has been no damage ---- : IMPKOVRMKST S IN CIRCUIT COURT tIll JUIUCIL CIRCUIT DRY GOODS; AND GROCERiES -

W. C, T. U. will meet Thursday'\ afterlloon STATE OF FLORIDA.To .
done at all, not even to the sheddingof ., Which he otters at remarkably low prices
at 3 o'clock at the residence of Miss .: all whom it may concern: '.,
leaves, our trees arc all right. There ,. TIIK11FT JLUIirNK 10 ELY BECAUSE Take notice that on the ibth day of August ; -
A. U., &(5.1 slisii f'r Cash or Country Produce.
}YFlorida'tcafec. IT IS apply to the Hon. Jain s M.
was a party in our office on Wednesday --. SIMPLE gaker, Judge of the 4th Ju.lieial Ci-cuit State of 1-4I "
July2<(UR70-ln
horse Day's Horse Powderfor of this Florida at Jackwuville. Fia.! or wherever tho
Give your week who has been traveling NOIHKLKSS. court may then! be, for a decre* authorizing the

several days. if he is suffering from through the State and he told us that our LIGHT HUXNIXOAdnplcd adoption by; myself, of James Joiner. TATE POWELL, M. D..
I to nil kinds of woik and recom (AIN LEONARD. I

loss of vital energy.Dr. trees looked well fully as well as any he n.c-iidc-d by jour phjsicians, and the thousands July 19. 'si--t.- .--- A ftei mi experience of twenty years in
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Bulls Baby S'rup.-It contains no had seen, and the truth is no orange trees -- -- of 1 jidns'who are Aotking it. 26OOOOOO PEOPLE- USE the practice his profession has no hesi- "owbER'Absolutely 1

drugs it is a perfectly safe have been killed in Florida this winter _. ; : Office and ialcHooius, :31 W. Bav street tnticy in promising the Litest and most
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dangerous his
JACKSONNlLLE FLA. I-'il'iati treatment to those asking
; FERRY'S SEEDS
25c. and but a very few leaves shed if any. ,
medicine : F. W. C11UUCHOUSE. Mimiiger. Il'\victs.Calls
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M. FERRY & CO.
I :- : -_ f1If ------ D. attended.Disi .
The C. C. lIGII{ 1'. Agent, admitted to be the to the country promptly Pure. -j
Mr. Frank K. Rawson, of Hnrncilsvillc.rJf. probilities are that the cold for this .1 are
bTARKE. FLA. .; --' LARMSTUEDSUIU 'uses of females und children specialty -
Y.. visiting in the city he is 11. Winter, is past and no damage done, for -_ 'i 15 lit \\) in (A*world. Thi powder never varies. A marvel .

brother to Mrs. W. E. Davis.W. which we all ought to be thankful. Now -_: ...a. _ D. M.lUutrmtcd FERRY SCO'S Dto.'iO Office at Killev's Drug Store or at hi.- I of purity, strength and wbolesornenewi.. .
economical
the
thin ordinary
commence with a new heart, the seasons ____ ___eTtpIh.Vrir.4 resilience in East Starke.SWEAT I More .
: and btfttld
t cannot .
C. Jones has taken a partner, Dr. '-/t'2 0 0 -- SEED ANNUAL- kinds pet.i.tlor .
work, don't talk hard tmcs. but plant, t'flt"I' 't . For 1887 with the muitittuMqfjov fMi, snonwelffht
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Barren the new firm will put in a full r& ,,I 1flbem&iIed alum v of rpbo gfrs powder*. -
begin to stir the and
ground keep '
your FREE to all W u 1togSpMav Poirder -
line of groceries.The & CREWS. Sold only >; .. .
applicant and
selyes that will MONEY UV BUYING F -
so busy you forget that SAVE tola_'* Co., i Wali* S

town council.have done one goodvlrl tlic.re is such a thing as hard times, the /, without cnstomen or- April 17.\S8.
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and that is taxing the beef maikets, talking is half the let have ; -I denncit.ton -- DEALERS INFANCY -
g making, us a
y Farwell & _ Inealuab'-
give them all an equal chance. full crop this season plant less cotton r / Page, __ _ &iLEu.ryprv.wing Garden Dll'l' G'OOD.g-- .. IFaiicy FLORIDA BY &iII7.N CO.

more corn, potatoes tabacco, castor field or -r5,
will be in the
There preaching Presbyterian ci -DEALERS IN- Flavor SKEDShouldaendfori&Addrers Itton
beans, millet for feed and save the 1 1 l :: '.: _- -- i
Church on Sunday morning at 11 green I- :_ .- FINE AND MEDIUMFURNITURE O.M.rERRT&CO. ,

and Sabbath school l at 10 o'clock crab grass that grows in your field for _ Detroit, Mich. ::1(3c ,It ::- & F41tos,

hay, get better hogs and cattle and keep -
Mr. Louis Dohm. f Jacksonville i I
( was
U. D. Groceries
less of them, and save the fertilizer and MINER .
in the this week. Mr. Dohm senior .
city is .
have better times. _- --; 18 AND ao EAST BAY STREET. -..LH'AYS IN STOCK.-

partner in the firm of Dohm & Baily -- .
A I'i N 1'! STOGJv O F
Most Delightful Evenlolr. Tac7-LsOI4T"'iZlf F1L. -
butchers. '. *141

Tea party at the pleasant home of Mr. REaDY-MaDE CLOTHING : -
: In fast Americans lead the world. -
eating .:_ ;
and Mrs. W. E. Davis, evening of 27th : .

I This has made dyspepsia a national: dis.. inst., guests: Mr. and Mrs. Truby, Mr. The Largest Book Store South'JIORAOE .JUST RE'lLVEI). --r -

ease. Iteniemlicr Dr. Bull's Baltimore and Mrs. Wilber, Mr. and Mrs. Looney < STAnK, FLORIDA. IHnDULl I EFEC'1bEC.Z7,1. $& :ctWestern ,1

Pills cure dyspepsia.Dr. Mrs. C. D. Crawley and Mr. Rawson : .
The highest market Drice paid for 4

Bull's Cough Syrup has been before biothcr of Mrs. Davis, lately arrived at ( \ -J Country Produce. and Southwestern Fast Line.. ...
D'RE'\W WESTERN DIVISION. : ;
the public for years, and 'f* pronounced Starke from N. Y. What occasion so .
WATCHMAKER {Shortest \ Quickest Route to New Or- .. ..
by thousands superior to all other delighted, or what guests so. happy. ? -4 1I- PATENTS.FRNKLIN ? II-UDS uud the Southwest. Direct 'J. -
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articles for the cure of coughs, colds, Tax-Collector's Notice.All and 61 WEST BAY STREET.JACKSONVILLE JEWELiERSTARKE. Connections to Points West :

influenza and all pulmonary complaints.Mr. will find Mr. B. FLA. I I .. _-and-l Northwest.... ... .
tax-payers Haynes, FLA. attention "a' means A.Ji. tune. .p. means P.M.tim&a..p :.

E. V. Newbern, former editor of the tax-collector, at the store of N. J. SPECIAL andtTewelry given, &c.to, &repairing c. All work Watches.iloni H. HOUGH aLAn up. .Z.Ul O". .if'- p.No. ".

the Orange Leaf, paid: us a call yesterday. at reasonable prices for cash. Ku-juire of Richard :0. :'o. 1 So. 1. No. ,. ..
Jones & Co. Starke and
every Saturday, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.BOOK and Pace. 31ar 12 1861-6m Solicitor of merican and Fnrign 11 43 a 7-WpAr: Jacksonville..Lv 8 00 a II UO P '

He speaks very encourageingly of tarkeh4nd those wishing to pay taxes can be accom- August 19, 1S8.IJR1JIf. 1030a GWpArBaltlwin..Lv S.Ua.tMp, ..

[ the rapid growth which it has made modated bp calling on him at the above STATIONERY, PAPER MUSIC TOYS AND F'ANCY GOODfll -. Patents. s:3a: 519p.VrLakeCity..VArlU10a-IsJTp Ar l.i\eOak......Arl058a &70-ip 58p -'"

during hs: absence of one 6 01 a ::its p Ar Madison.>...Ar 12 00 p STop .- : '.4
year. named place. the latest Books and Periodicals received and 02r> F. STRIIT. N. W. 5 t i M .....
Newspapers as soon as published, STORE a p Ar Monticello. \' 1 :5 p 10 35 p ; j
.- _17 or pplied At publishers list. My stock is complete in every department. Merchants Near U S. Patent Office. WASHINGTON. I). C. i 1L'a 1 p Ar ralUilu!....\ 2 S7 p ll XS p .
If there is no other way to clean up the t' nd Consumers may depend on Getting prices as low as any Nmthern city. All \\9 Pel soi.al attention given to the preparation anti I40a :HJI4p.-\rQuinc.r..Ar 3sSp 140p .. i
of Letter Patent. 121)ta 11 25 a Ar Ru Junction or 9)
and fill the mud prosecution I applicationfor er 4 p 3 p -la
streets
holes then and
up rders tilled promptly accurately. All business before the U. S. Patent Office attended HO) |> 10 Ala Ar Mariapna..>,.Ar SOTplUSp !
tax the town, we have a fine gentle manly r t 8 Have also Jar increased. my stoe1.- of BASE BALL GOO PS and now have ; = ;:7' : /\".: .:' i I to for mmlernti* f'e<. When) patent is .) Ml5ai.vbvfuniakSp'gtmArTtiGp 800& -
:|rythinK illl'iudilBATS.t BALLS. BELTS CAl'S.I .\KK'S; ;, LOVES, i.ndtnjiinsj .1'j... '.9"Jr.t: :( rq :'" :.,:.CA".d"ft'; I .}' ..' kr.tii'til. draw insrot )our invention w un dl1im!, :3 00 p 515RJ.vl.cllsacola..Ar.JOIOpl130a .of' ': .

body of aldeimen who are progressive in ..' in prices from I llHM-hc.ipest to the IJI.'st1 y prices are low and special term ;'," .tI., ) r 1.1.--t.,. if ---i.. I'7" .f.I:, you rnjnan.l 8IIII55 WIll h. pul ii'ht'l in the: B15p 3 OJ a Lv Flomaton..:.Aril 5V p Slip .j -.\
.1 ; : Unite jJ'Ai: PaiiT.lOihV;* {'n/-tt-. a l'..Jlrr of 1U)a Lv Mobile..Ar 295 --
their ideas and now they have a goodY ill be made todealeisor clubs buying in IIumlities.Soraoe .!1.l 1 L :.ujJ..1. r
,].- ;'.\:!L __ r '( iiiiinc"' t.sca'ation.: It.11 tlis only jHipt-r that -t--- 8 0.1 p Lv New Orleans.Ar 7 A a ",
chance to show it. ; pul'h"h's I ai. Fm... !=11 5J p Lv Montgomery..Ar 7 15 a7Ua 7Zlip .
btl'. rl \
Dre-u '- :r 2tE. 3 1' t-S Xo .\g-n.y in t'-e: United Stales poA-e:Kes ; :a ;u; mi I.v Xuohnlle.Ar 8.au p 7 xu p 1cfI, -
;
I used Salvation Oil for rheumatism in J / ; ,: ':: .1,. .1.:1 :/ I uJ"rior,1.'!'-' for oliiai".nr i>.,'nfrt, or asoertiiejM K-(.'> i> 1:1 4.>a Lv Jo-anovillc..Ar: 1 10 a :4 a p '"
.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.William .J'A" 1', =- tattling i"nia! iliiyof vnte.itc 1IU.-.P 36aLv LOi.i \'l11e..Ar 225a O"
the heel and after several applications! 4A ;.$ ::o"'t, Ib. / 'pi.s tI,.I...>.fn. nisIieU for-:cents each l4laa 8 21)p Lr Cincinnati...Ar 6 35 a 6.5p: ?
.. : ;ttJ I; .. r,, :tril C.h'r'p.pond..nl't' i in '. 710a 7*,p Lv :t. L..uis..Ar 7iOa 8 OIl p :
--- --- --- -
\*s entirely relieved of pain and could I .----- -- 1 n .JI..l..L r.r _J 1.it -__ .- --- ------- hoop 3 W p Lv Chicago.. .ArlOHOa 700p ( ..

walk as well as ever. -0 sleeping CaN on Xi> 1 and A lietwreii Jiu-k- .' ;
J. L. G SKINS NOTICE! NOTICE!! Si->I1Villl anti New 01 leans. No. 1 and X daily. i
ANN It. W ATKINS. Baltimore. :Md. A. Boars X.:. and 10 da.ly. ; \
DEAMU IN }Farmers vegetable orange and fruit BOUTlIEltX DIVISION.

There has been for some time a crazy *" >. r & Medicines growers, and all others in want of the
Drugs Shortest anti Quickest Route Uet ween Jack
woman about town and immediate vicini- Stsirkc Fla. very best feitilizc-r. will please tako notice ,"nvill.Valllo.. Gainesville anti Cedar Keys.

3jr. It is somebodies business to attend JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA that they can now he supplied with all the OII.\. Let sbun,Tavares, Orlando artd all points .
iiivSoutlt Florida.
), cotton seed! they want by applying early -
: "W.wbydon'thedoiUtoLe sure she is (SUCCESSOR TO J. E.: IIART.) Physicians' Prescriptions l I REOo\U 1:1 READ ft'WK. .
; I Hand In before
at iny gins. }our oruers S.. 4. No. 8. No. I. S..3L 'I ;
harmless, if she was sent to I he Carefully Compounded at all 1w'im.-.day orutijLt to Ferniindina and li.a I ruandin
yet proper THE OLDEST SEED HOUSE IN JACKSONVILLE ( ESTABLISHED 1875.. commence shipping l.UpAr l..Lv .lia 445p .- .
secure what want. ..'o: tp Ar ''allaiian.....LviU'4 a B.rtp
place very likely in a short lime she yuu
.
Dealer Ijj.I July 20, IS7n1. Nov. 2 '86 J. L. GASKLNS j.I1\ ; pv Ialtlwjn.1' 1435 a 10.1S
"Wholesale
,.'ould be sound in mind again t ? ._. 4. No. 8. No. 7. No. 3.
6.W
I a i43pArJacksoimie..Lvll35: a .3u
I P
Grain.15OY Dor.l..sl 1N ot ice. A.la 1.3.' p..>- jiilil m......Arl.JOp 94Ua h.
[ 4r-The best garden that we have had the I Garden Seeds and .J..l1.00 P Lvl.ntey.Ai I.: i'll.l5p

. pleasure of seeing this Reason, is owned THE STAR al.M3pLvbtarke ....Ar I.4S p 11.: p
; :!.5 A U IB u Lv Waldo.Ar :3.11' IXLHu* .
by Mr. J. J. .White at Temples MilfsT! qar''l'n See-lsnro pure, fresh and genuine. I handle only the best. Send DR. J. O. JIA.YNESurffeoi V.jiipl'i&a: Ar -svilIe..Ar 3.30p| ro..'.a -

I Cat Ml io.V fall sfi.sk of 3.rip TlOaLvfedurKej- R-Wp 1.4Tp _
1 o
in my .
the wuV
eelything line A the
vegetable Newspaper supporting Principle 1.1-a II 31aLv Ua\rtnnrue.\r! 2. Lp I:A" allIIa
CORN OATS, BRAN, GROUND FEED, } w'i =} of a Democratic Administration H.:
Lvl.'Jtra..r
growing and looking well. Mr. White/ hAY, J ;& a55p 1.13.
\ JsCUEENHJs( FLOUR GRITS, MEAL. COTTON SEED MEAL, WE::;u'1.;-- Published In the City of New York. .*.. IDit SilterSpnntp.Ar J.J6I': ] ......
-informs us that be has sold enough fiom'j RUST PROOF OATS. SEED: RYE, EH', a2TC. :-T. 'x. 5 .: -=1 1I3".I1IH.IOu.l..l" i.I\\r 130 p .45a
= :; ,-" -- ;':- WILLIAM DOKSHEIMER lO.IJ j P IIi a Lv W'iI.lw."I..Ar! .,' \> 4.SS* SKS J
j his garden to keep his family of 5 in f ... .
pro- t: : Si .1'- 3Wj> Lv Pan.ts.-ffkee..Ar Uila ....
Tisions all the winter.It ALSO STATE .AG5 N'11 FOR ,-'f ; / r.-/ ''Pr-" Editor and Proprietor. I 3.:'It p ., ... Lv Kt Cather.nArll.iiOa, ...._
T- / f/- O.Wp KNfc O: l ; Leesouig..Ar 5 20j. 453a Sip
is worse than j J. E. TvjreHs it ('os' eelebiated Stir Brand Fertilizers (guaranteed analyst*,) Cv->m- ':- .- .','-;".....-.J. -r.-._. :i.'?."a..Ji". =_ Daily, Sunday, and Weekly Editions. .:$ 1 K.I5a I.v'r.nares.r 54jp 55'a I"
folly to worry our-! Tice ami I Vet etalile fertilizers. Pure round Bone, Mi- = _::'-'/. ;- -" .J '' ''_ ---r-- ".;:11 I' ;.-.i a Lv Apiipka.....\r 7.SI I p 1\1\ .
tilt Orange -- "
wires with what we cannot remedy but prisjll i ( ..:'Ia 6./: a !LT Orlan. ... Ar 7Mp ". '
l'ot\sh. Kait.it Land. Plaster. etc.. etc.PriceR on application.WM. : :=. tJi'I,' -. _.-.. _.._ "to. : THE WEEKLY STAR Ni. 7 an I Muilv.. So. 3 and 4 daily (''r"r.Huullay. -
-
Billy to endure what can be cured by a. A. HOUIt S. JaVksonville, Fla. MerpniK Cars on No. 3 alul" beweru

Simple preparation. Taplcr's Buckeye t )) tList Sixteen-page Newspaper, If sued JacHsnnviltc!: and 1.I11I\u.It! trPt.FEtNA .
,' ( I N D i X.\ A M I.J AC(KS((VILI.E
Pile Ointment is pronounced by all who every Wednesday.A o
-T.\m,E. 71.'. IJIIANL'H-DAILY.
.
Lave used it, the best remedy ever offered ONCE'IiORETO TBE FRONT clean, pure, bright and InterestingFAMILYJPAPER. .
I ALL WOlilx (il. "ANT1III>. i. Jp 8ir aLv.Js: -kson\ilIo..Ar! ..'H 44SP
the sufferer with piles. Do "not suffer .">.:J1 pI...V A Lv Ja -!jon,'ille. \r ,.3 a 4..n p
of Ltte in Uflkt') .'v('r !.' -i't i-s- of X. .,'. .5' -:t-> i.: Co. S.utii L'.I'fla' Lv i"'rnan.li1"r '.1:. 3.IU V
Deedlessly but avail yourself of the leme- with the most ('ulIIl'lcte] ] assortment! styles .
It contains the latest news, down to the boor of r < ONNKl'TIOX: ':.
ornei of :.,1 bun .i.id: i ] 'ii.';:i H'M.a slivitiI.AH'1 : .
dy and he cured. going to press: ; -vitli knwaha! hteaincrs for
At f.ih'cr Sprinp
Del 1:. .I.-".
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES FORthe Agricultural, '. 1'alal'maml! 1I18n'Jint! H'. Cutherin with
-
We are glad those Knights of Labor, I1'l I IN t'l' Market, f,; Florida S..tlh.rn Railway for ciubrrttMi, Ferry.
\ Brook '!! Bartow and Tainpn: at Lertlmrj i
'the Btcs r. oA lii Fashion *" '
never strike for higher wages J New Year's TIIADE. Great Bargains in Footwear. -- ta ) J J.:! '. with ktramcrs for lamli nr*on 1.11 k '_ .
; 1if rtM Household **- T
but Tavorvn with Florida Soutlinnfor
tinHl liinib at
are always on hatd to get in their I i ;; ..
.
Political, lJint l'urk. E""ti"lInI.\tr:at orlnmli.with -
'ork among the flowers. As a consequence N?i Fancy Prices. Only First-Class Good: A' T .H "?- Financial and Commercial, South rloi tIt Rcilroa I for all i'i' '"on ilicir; at S
. Ce 1:ulf S'lPiii'-1"-''mi''') fur -.
l we h.ive plenty of honey, which 1 Poetical, Humorous and ni7'fcat 1".nL n, lidti'g T'iis.i.mrisg... .

. IB largely used in manufacturing Cous Tin and Ehoet-Iroa; Ware Editorial MJIC: 'r.'' T.iint?. C'C.; .;1 l'h.1i:11: \\-y- !'
A. L. VON KIRN Departments, all tinder the direction of trained .rt"-si* r c..;-:.1I1".in'* Xoitliwiht.ILYII 4
ens Honey of Tar the best remedy in the I; Journalist cf tile hijjlust nWlitr. Its sateen : .NTvM.iiiiP! II Hl :

\f World for coughs colds and diseases of J -ANI> PEALEB Df- pages will be foil-id to end.crowded with good thing 4 t--. .1.rI

'. ahruat and lungs. THE POPULAP BOOT AND SHOE IlOUSEsTAa1cFLA; I'ARLOll. OFFICE AND CUOKlXl from Original bt-Kiniiins etoncs by clititingWshcd American and ) --:.=. }'cru" n-

I I foreign- writers of fiction. \ dins. Sun
:
U-A. little file that might lmavcbecn a sen j Ii : nilW"
c'thu't1

cusaffair occured! in front of Messrs., )i THE DAILY STAR, ,:i\\ I \ LA.' 1 day.p.rrlvI in. If
i on -
d Truby &Davis' tore on Monday! of Ibis ii I \ The PAIIT STAR coati..i'"I.il;\ the news of the flay I alofr'.IJIJ
t I'S i W CARDELLTin : : in an r.IITII'I'c: f rni. I'- .,c.1 I i.rrerpondence ifr.: train ITU
seek, several men were sitting on lie J. i / by cable front !.'''!":. i'J': :.-rlin, Vienna and I Zdr. ru Juk. p
little bench under the 1 Dublin i< :.1 (I i..nn.uiiIi1! <,.1 ur. I 4 _- ; .' \lUnvU\P.
'. Inu-i window, when I At\"n..hiuton4i1J'! : : 1.1 l oilier news centers, ; .' I'
Ig passer by discovered small 1 the ablest corn"f".r'III-. ht m II c;..'!Il retained by the Steamers C'l.erokeu mid SeRIit.u1tnrw) nulls -
a tire under) .
tbe
1.j Pmotioalit TnE STAB fur-.uis i 1&.,: KiUmuv t.J telegraph.Its fii-iii '.;""iniie: tviij Friday 1& m.
IS $Me walk and called the altellll.m flf others fu't..(: are ui url,u- ..tl. ( :-.EA INLAND JJOLTK.steamer.

icy to It.t before a bucket! of water could begot full The and rumi'nsl c.m'i't'Special fail M.irki 1:1'\.vws arc unusually On Jnd JifftrXov. ]5. the St. -

and poured! on. it was quite a blaze.. it Smith and Sheet iron Worker ,';';iis' ami p.tr1t4'mdIlimm3 Induce- Xuh"1'-: I I. t>n'en }',:Ftruandi mid Sa- '
m.mtt cLsaVr
- TLisi 1 meiiti to :! ;;:;: v.iiiiih.! will leave Fcrnawlinn Wcdncs- -
,.
.
'
lesson
a to smokers if will Seud for (it'.I.' :
you .!-kV mv't Saturday l1(1C1llllrriv:11 at 450 n.
'
ooke.ie kind enough fur other sake to Starke'J Fla, Or THswsSa.Y. STAR TO S- nt"l rum from Jacksonville, and will touch .
blow ( 1 BCKil"iw. FLUE c' .-i. ,K m the United State*
htfjonr. mutchvz. HAVING LOCATED in StnrKc: in the brick building foimeily occupied by 0Wyinan and Canada ou-...i :::w .:UlII.s<.' *"* York City ar! ruij .wi.k; and} Diincn.' Connects nt .
and with
all rail
To solicit work in line from tl e citizens ot the town and 1 stir .f'A J ilvlllrilthilh lines
.., wftrcri with colds or deep-seated I respectfully All work warranted my Charges moder.iJe. Hoofing, Gutters and Clutn5 0 f '(:!.......... ... .... .-...." Ocein tranship nnd Coston and 6a- -
fcogas, the days arc long and drearj.I \Minding county. S rTO VT Clubs or Fi\: (J;;'!(."'t x...a tIP<,u\Zlr.15) 00 vnnnakVl'Sscl to and from New .Yi_ s.
Yanoug 'eaders a pecially. TERMS Cf Vrt'- CAlL:/ STAR TO SUBBCRIBXRS Boston.- .
I remedies are grasped with the ALL OKDEKS{ PKOMrTLY FILLED.JACKSONVILLE'S ,
( Of the latest and most .ed J a'teu18 : .. ':CUM1EBLAKD ROUTE. ,
app
g energy of despnir. but not until the trY Every day for one year(:nrlndinSnnday).. .0 7 00 ro .
*. ---- without .ulIllJ;.one year. St'ani'rII1kts dahy tiipa between F-rnandinrt -
C uten-is! of all k'nds.: Daily
H| Honey or Tar, can t o>Linz aixmoniln.... 3
-- they be suret"gh HOUSE. Everyday wiihout Sunday,MX months........ 800 and Brunswick. leaving Jacksonville -
DRY GOODV Daily, .
LARGE
; '(r lift and Force Pumps, and Wroa.hMrcn Pipes THE STAR at 'J.OO: ( a. m.. arriving at Brunkwick .
Address
This pn- Wllllain St. New York. .ii 6:00: fr. in., conuecling wiln IS. & W., -
.6 and 28 North aud thrfuirh train with fcleeperonE. T., .

I ted pruig l 1Ic- DRIVING \WELLS ATSPiGIALTY.; \ & Ga., for Macon and ,i hautta. and ,\1' .- --

-. ughj emcdy.lingswoiih. KaHN FURGHGQTT & BENEDICTOFFER points ,urth.
who t' i.
Tin rnd Iron Roof put en an -
A. o. MACDONELL.
ac frmniinmfeek. m1
: the I.tarcr. OrJers ft> "'JIiGu-tt-rsp /\INFORMATIOK .
I I. Mr. Hollingsworth I li !eJ. Wind: KiiR-nes: for'papin w.. e. General Pit:scn ur anil Ticket Agent.Jacksonville. .4-
II af- i OF_ Chur! b Fia. .. S
_- AN IMMENSE STOCK i. om thY v eoied en order. MANY PERSONS .
I II tic; J.'ksonvilSt.. Auguntine ory'a d School B.-l's for naleat'Htovos .; -, at VU I). MAXWELL '. .

Q ler points of interest. returned 10 j SPRING GOODS at very reason'ibl" pri'-os. Summer Silks. Nun'4- A'eilins?, Satins, A suffer from* General upcrilliluI"lIt.!
I __ C ,
I ) _iarte. and before leaving for his horau ,. jI 1 Sateons, Uroc-aebegesMournine ...' -. -neitherHeadache L -
Ix Co Fucatn J n:cu.r. ClItCt'U'
CIRCUIT
:.n' -
,. 1 Goods, Spring t'sis'inifrs: (all I lit nbove in iiiiniMisu! verities) at WO1S6t. I .. \ IcaA.tnY.
tlctn. Ky tipressf-d himself better 1.J Hobi- ., BRADFOPD t'uTSTATt. <.# J.1.I.1Ul1A.-l.
I i Fine"Laces Heads, Swiss Edgings, Ribbons, Par.isoN, ; -- I. 7ei ,aZgia, -
t.-tCaU&fied with St.irkp than 'C"SP-t. I'nderwcar, (Si"j.rlviiis! Straw -
; town lie Buttons, .BMN -
any cry I\fSO'moD'
f'ra .argt
V i in. confn' ted ,
bd I visited Hats :11111tillillC'fV of latest ,.tHal rhoicoseleitions. faint in the A. L. Stott / .-
in Florid lie has his on"i of oo' a'dieat. t ,"I"" vb": io wa
; s .
Hill for Forix-Iosurc of Mwt-
-
eye Oil <'l'' tli L-iceCtir- VH
Miittin > :, ( .
or* AUSTIN 'arpet tig 0 et rats. t ;-:1ow j' epa ea 0 c* .,:, Li..w.,BaeJt and .Samupl Fe-'t ttr. } SIt
Dc H gage
l grove near the city and will Cruid rot.s Ciii h Cloihs atvervlow'ficurps
ShadoR. Rnur, in
tains Window : d 1'f'Ii! !
absolutely nt 'o n 'ry p i't'i.: A! g' re Side, Sad Stood, "afing from the hill ansi a.tlJavit .;, the! -
rjhl prob&hility, make Starke his winter and it large 8Pll lioJl. The-e is not'.inpi tb. aiiietrfllortai a 5s'Ofl vi '.
&ozne.1i -DEALER IN- uie line of Dry Goods? tlMt, we do not Ker-p. W> soliet 1I1'l1.r". lip e cit f.iof c .an:" Al. s.ie! n-r ca'. XaIartaConfttpattonJk / TrouUe whtr..aLcl1l N iJi.kn-in. nn.l that ne 1.lirr* :
'T small. J.ijSPl CL\I ATTI-'VPIOV: i.\iw TO OIUnnS that he r.*>'.l.. b'oh.llhc liiuiU of the ht Ur t.t
I : Fine Medical Whiskies Bran'li'sVine, they large S ;v4,4imm't... lllM.V.- t-,'cuud H-YOUNA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM. Honda tliit: he has been abtk-nt more thn.it MX

new house Ix-longing to Mosc Mick, Citrare, Elc'11 onlerr from abroad should on visit our ci'y! .all onus; \ou will (find our store attractive Fe-uanJ Hi-. IilC.l', l1'$1lB Bad Blood and Kidney Tronblra, by clean ,ha months I1C"it pret-w
I ,Colored was burned to the ground on solicited and promptly attend to. our assortment ('OXI plete wi'd piirei jeasoiuljlp. Adopartuient blood of all 1U Impurities strengthening all part .tnl thetttit1 i tlcfemUnt is over twenty one .
Cloiluiig for Men ami Ho.nl alao Gent's I of th. body. 'l'aN fir :we. S
nIle last STREET special ordeieil I.) saM Iefemli iit tin
; night There was no msur- CALL VTeeks It is tiierc--fore. < > >
It lIllerwear. -H-VOLINA CORDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE in!wer or demur io said bill, on or beror.th.e
I : The house was entirely new and all STARKE, FLA. UESIEC1'Jo'EI.IJ r, Neuralgia Pains In the Llmba Back and Bidet,br !il 'h.r Ancnt
'J.fti-ll1dbut tbc windows and d" ors.1Vc Nov. 13, Zmn. The POLICE G V/.KTTI5 :: 'L, .:V.'. toning the nerves and ctrengthenlng the maMl taken it in urtl-er as confessed.ordered that HIM notice ho published .

,II_It'thillk any one was mean enough Joi Excitement In TCXMM Kahn Furchgott! & Benedict. 't '\lrl'l\ wrapt> to any a-lrln-' t. : i.iteiState -H-VOUKA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA in tl.e Florida Tvlvicraph.:a nowgpejitr
J ** such -*- for three month on rcct-Ip- ': Indigestion and Constipation by aiding tbe aadmllating pubhabe l IB said county once week for four .
I a !Sow down thing as to burn a Great ex,Mtnieii!har been canned i in the OXE IH..I..Al of the Food through the proper action of the ,.onsecutive weeks. f. SIf.F.YeRIC.
Stomach; it create a healthy appetite.
ns house. Jut it ('uulc! hardly be nnno vlcinjtyof 1'aris, Tex by theretn-irkiible i jlxral discount allowed to postmaster, agenU Clerk it the Circuit Court.. -.
-YOLINA CORDIAL CURES
- ,: .lCcidcftt .," lire had ever IH't'n about it. rei-ovory of M r. J. K. C'orle). who was I This would be a comparative haW 'iH'.I'Is.: l Sample copies mailed free. NERVOUSNESS THOS. E. BUGO, .
.1io.e so elpU'HK he could not turn i in I bed, or I I world if everybody knew the virtues of3ilTIi'S : .Jtii(*s all orders to1CIC1IAKD Depression of spirits and Weaknesi by enliven'Ing Comp.&L SDiaeoluiiozs

r. Il Ibllll n'rking mlln, his: riiiMJ his lioad; every body said ho was ;' BILE BEANS as a family I{ FOX, and toning the syateck.

vi adial! Iii. n1Ulh')' "iy hard wurk, it may dvin? of ('oll uml'liol1. A trial l totUn.f R UNTER9 I medicine, and acted upon that know- : FKAXKL1X SQUARE. X. YORMiGES .YOUHA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED of Co-Partneri.h.Ip. :
th4anme hiti 's Now Iisc'overywsse.thmin,. n the world and IVMcate Women. Puny find Sickly Children.
of
.uc (i.e i is jC.tltuiUIlS!: proper' Dr. I bottlo B Us ledge. One half the misery ORANGES Jt is delightful and nutritious as a general Tonic. Th"I'Irtll"r.li.: h"et..rc f'i i ii brtw.P" ?
a.JW. lty. Finding relief a large ailments which arise from .
., I comes from Tollna Almanac and Diary T. W. t'wfr ; V. (-',%< vnI'-r th /.1.
and a box of ) he&ht .% Lire! PllU; a bad stomach or a bad liver. Chiefest : for 1887. A bnn-i"":... conjplrt.j ant 11\..." uf S ,:,r & Crexvs i-i thL'i.ir-Ji H.lvcl.vninf. .l i
en i Tb it11"r bv tl'f ti mime ha two i oxc-s ot awl Ut'U..IH-U. I these dyspepsiat biliousn6$. | :TIlP-- and useful BOOK.t -liin/LOT toCl RE ;:;,I loih; '-::. ,'..\'. viit h.i.iv; |..urliivd > -'
IL1 of Pl"lJrunry 5s the day set Pills i and I wo lr e Discovery CONTRACTOR among are i! \VE.tI <*.;nnsION": ( OMPAXY DISEASES tit HO'!V. la a pt -me'ait.natural way. '- ''". :..1. r-' .,.r S I I' <'r,'v,.w1.I.Itm.! ."t -
'rsa sick headache and Neuralgia. Hailed on receipt titiiZc.fC'.ia K sump. AddreMVOLIHA rh" ivis'-i .. '. i>t.. tht-r./r.i u .hIts..n.I rtvlu: of .
IlK Governor .Ji I Mid had jaliieJ: in Hcf-h Ihntyof i '.Vc!- 't .
I for Arbor Day WitS w : ,"In I BEANS will cure all of-these, 1'3.nl:5S.! }( '
-pacificationfi.un; BILE w. 'W'.r -
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.. ICTOBl4T AGRICULTURAL.TOPICS enough to wean take off the best and f r There are treasures laid up in the For gray hair for1ngyonthftI use Hall's Hair Renewer. i

) put them in a separate pen, with abund- heart, treasure of charity, piety, temperance t neg1ect cough often afford55I1Y terinates fataly. RRRB 4
bIlbIatu& and soberness. These treasuresa Ayer'b"Cherry Pectoral relef. Ready
; -PUBLISII $ n oo$999 o ance of good feed. Keep the remainder

The foU Ebnre cure: Take OPIN'EREAT RELATIVE with the sow one or two weeks longer, man takes with" him beyond death

I / handful or. j1leaves and lour TO.FARM AND GARDEN. or until they have evened up somewhat when he leaves this w rld. -Quaker Testimony. !

boiling ; tbetn, and let them '. with the others. AND PBBVENT1 RellCE

stand till coo-enough not to burn the The first sure symptom i-a. mind in
4. ,y4 ertilizer.ProfessorJames :- Stable manure should be protectedfrom Colds Coughs Throat,
Iqecei4i'fora .
_a patient; tp&i place the feet in th water L", of the Ontario (CaiK- )) the weather. Exposed as it often health is rest at heart; and pleasure felt Mrs. A. M. Dauphin of Philadelphia, has .chiti Pneumonia, Swelling of the Joints 't

',d 'J app11- fifteen'mb utes. Do this two three Agricultural.College, in a recent bulletin is in the open barn-yard, it is soaked I i at home.The done a great deal to make know t lie Lumbago. Inflammations. Rheum <

.. times:{outit will effect a cure. Now the rain and baked the and value of Mrs Pinkham's Vegetable tism. NeuralgiaFrostbitesChil-
i ceder marl In the light of a fertilizer. by % by sun, magical effects of St. Jacobs Oil in removing there the great ;-
the t&at to.jjather the leaves before .ttmeutr made by Professor its own fermentation burns up that soreness and stiffness makes It In'al- Compound, as a cure for their troubles] blains Headache Tooth-

I. frost Couches them. which the weather does reach. Barns uab'e at all Rheumatism nnd Neuralgia follows:' "A Asthma.
not
; !.!! !4 ... James serviceable to farmers I. times. and diseases. She writes a
J: .. / 75 ..s 1".. .. generally are the (following: with good cellars under the stables can promptly yield to it. young of this city while bathing some DIFFICULT BREATHING.CCKES p

11 inv.r1&byZ1M. B&d.cWs. 'Caused by Poor Ven- is below deposits be begt arranged for the care ofmanure The lay violently .against the :
to tw
r' Mar ; proper BLACK bear is a very showy peltry. ago was thrown THE WORST PUNS in from one ntr t
# voot, &nib-. 4yi ;. -w; : : ttlation. muck or humus in swamps and .especially the liquid portion. chief market for these sable-hued skins is years received in minn:,.. NOT ONE hOUR aftr madlrjv this ai .'
1. : ir ;%t '-'- : England, where the fur is used to make caps life line and the injuries relte vlrthnlDt Dd any "nl STFFEE WITI PAIN.lIWyju .
Ifperoia from chnrch Where
on coming not low 'r
in
land' the
low sometimes -
g : quite near to the cars pools for the Grenadier and Coldstream Guards of ovarian tumor which grew an enlarged Hea .:/ roa of"headache. This is caused is then barn'-yard should be provided. an erypiln' Xornlm, Palisii
d complain. Jurface. I of a slate or bluish- her 1ajesty'aarmy, From 55 t$10 aie paid until death seemed? certain. Hr physician Back Ciest .r .lnl.e. Ie waS ;
; 1 of the blood for
# impure on white wet and spongy, darkened a te .Pinkham's the tir't and I. the OnlY
lifly thetbraindue: to the accumulation ofcarbolic little on top from the overlying dark soiLUpon Six: Sons Dead Violence. Dr.Gross, physician at St. Vincent's Hospital finally advised her't try FAIN ItEMEDY r
by
,# UNITED -- acid in the air of ven Baltimore. Md., considers Red Star Cough Compound. She so and in a short time 1 That Instantly O'; Lbp Inst excrlrlatn* IIl
:STATES OOTtCERS.If gas poorly exposure to the air it dries to a' I alt ars Inflanimati'u,anti rflfl4 whetbe
t r { )lrches. The pernicious effect white crumbly mass. In some localities Silas Case is a farmer living in Searcy Cure perfectly harm'eas being purely vegetable the tumor was dis"o-el and .she is no o in lbs Lungs,StOll rh. BoweL-i. or other J nd o t."f
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: u.L; the brain is County Ark. in a cabin situated and entirely free from opiates,poisonsand health. I also know of many cases I (-TW MI.q, bv one.ppii.atifll.half
on. Cbag W. tlion. upon and nervous system the marl bed is ,found exposed high and rough log perfect. A tn a 'D(11In hal a tumbler of water ;
very aptly illustrated by the drowsy, dry for application to in a gulch in the Boston Mountains other narcotics. Other proCessiona also endorse where Ae medicine has been of great value I 'm ma few minntos cure Spasms. 3 JOT n
ready it f-foii
safe
immediat prompt. sure. 'acb.
# 4 listless attitude of the scholars in and surrounded by a clearing of a Pricetwen- and Hlarlblrn[ Nernll'oes SIeple'TS i:
alleviating Sick
11 a poorly land. When lying low and soaked ty-flve cents ab>ttle. in preventing miscarriage leaIAbe Darnre: DYleutr. Colc f. -

)I. Pint DlititefsTIoii.1t/S! 4Qdticy.I ;ventilated school 'room as comparedwith'the with water it ought to dug out and exposed many acres in extent, from which he has SUCH is the rapid growth cf population in the pains and dangers of child-birth. Philadelphia ] .len cy -

( second bright and animated appear to the weather. Fall is the best earned a living for his wife and nine London, particularly In the eat. that it, is ladies appreciate the worth of this

Orangs. ., :i.r.ieviT.1 cM ance of the children in a neighboringroom time for excavating. Let the marl He in children-seven sons and two daughters. stated on good authority that 65,000 persons are medicine and its great value." MALARIAChills

g : that has been carefully ventilated. until spring; when it will be found Ah these children grew up, butonly now being added>'e.\ly toa population already form
numbering ) Sent mail in Till and Lozenge on
IaDta.. B. At- Careful attention to the ventilation of heap oae } i* living and only he I 5.U by
Ktfnvtftfjft lattice pulverized by the winter .on I :
,acilnedr PinkLam Fever Fever 1
I of Jl. Mrs. Lynn, and and
Stranger than Fiction price, ,
lion. Jfcni A..fi .4* ,Noworlcana,La.; Circuit churches! and schools will prevent muchof frnsts. an / jbe two daughtetheirold 'are beneath receipt
I Adge. .' ; I which I are the lecords of some of the cures of consumption Mass. Also in liquid i form,.all at Druggists.CATARRH. Ague Conquered.
robf-tree "shelteredthem
the inattention and that is
sleepiness To marl from ,
.- t. Vall"Jaeksonwflle,U. 8. distinguish clay pour ; effected by that most wonderful
/. ,. Attorney- North..ercDi.ufc observed during the afternoon service or upon it a quantity of any acid, and m infancy:. For mor than ball a remedy-Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical-Dis KADWAY'S HEADY BELIEF -
smal ELY'S
17 w. V..BIr&Mgriti1, Nirh.rD1atrcL! session. Health Hmne. Century Case haa dwelt in this mountain covery. Thousand of giateful men and
ifit ,
Pktltp an be will effervesce.: iTo test women, who have been snatched almost from Sot OI'y cures the ra"1' sel/ed with thtitenibt*
'wtr.uk.oY1Th 1)e. Wi1on, TaliaI its value retreat. The nearest neighfcri3 five the jaws of dth, .:fc.,tl stTtirs In m-wly-cltled district where
quickly, place a small lump in very can testify that consumption CREAM t
....... !eMacca. Clerki, Norib- miles distant The In its early is .. BALM7 Malar.or Aguo exists, but If people exI
is
fc stages longer I.curable.
.j ; ;- -t. i.rt! : ... ... Health Hints. an earthen dish and pour upon it'a littl s neares wn no -- \l lll. everymorn In{ on Bettin< out b.take
..' eighteen i miles One the I Th-' Discovery has no equal as a tw"nry or thirty drops ot the Relief glaM
.,- IiimPO'l: It is not always necessary to have teeth hydrochloric acid; the less rcsidueuudissolved away. stakes pert'iral and alterative,and the most obstinateaffections ot *rtc'r eat.tJ. n Plwly will escape
.''- ; 'JackMB; .D eer ber. extracted when they ache. The nerve the better the sample of marl} railway after a jfcurney of Ib'' miles of the throa and lungs yield t its We have negrr h'andtfd ta<-k.. ant 't btdiinu before goin out a
Tallaha_ Febnurjr virtual wilderness the wild power. All dru a ca'tatrh rtniedi "- Thf"re i jl not a rewdnl -'"ntthew"rl tbikt wilt
J> maybe diseased and the tooth still per The effervescence is caused by the setting >- though a our.lererau.l. Agm'and all pth Mjtirtoi..BtHoiMami
fectly sound. free of carbonic acid gas from the country being 'inters parsed IT is Biiid thnt Cape Cod is slowly washing that has increased tahoe fpvtr.il, ,l bv n.\O\V V'j Plr.L
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t:. Strict:: here and there settlcm..ata.Case and blowing away,losing some two feet every rapidly in gale* a .5oqucaUADVAUIADY
? Bon. ; :.t In a case of slight sore throat, let a carbonate of lime, of which marl is principally himself is with"aaH t year. Ely'i Cream Laltn o FUty cents per boule. Solit bY dr..laCs
.' R. M. C nUliKertUna little powdered borax be on the composed. Thcjcarbonate: of lime specimen <. -
placed
.; &nhod. He is >"What we learn with pleasure we never for- that has given mrl
W C. tongu, and allowed to dissolve and run or calcium i is the most valuable ingre- m sixty-seven years old ft''AIlet.Uercer., The following is a case universal satisfaction. A V'S

\lMon.Philip ... ....(! .. ,' ,..,Kwtent DI. down the throat. dient. In addition will be found small but elfnight as an arrow, brave as a ho ,; of dollars with- -C. X. Cnttenton, 113 DR..ADW )

I). c.'\\11I 8 : '''dirk.Vlddla'DlTtolon.' "Enough is good as a feast." Remember quantities of sand sIlca orides of iron and strong as a giant. lie is a dead shot.ontreeeiviuigany, of McBr: beneft., says had Mrs. female Emily Fulton St., Xew For!.
a with the rifle and his cabin. oacs .S
F. C.'Hi jwe1.CIsrkWcstern. CI- and aluminum, occasionally small is 'lch.hI ; SAP.SAPARILUAH !I.
especially down
for
the
that it is better to leave ta Jlalnll City.
& tiilon.>4 t"f.. :':'. of of lime. Marl with the! skins of bcirs and deer which !'er Dr. U. V. Pierce'e RSOL VE
.. ble little than suffer the quantities phosphate 'Favorieesripton' particle U applied The
a hungry to Great .
'''' ,' :.S :J : however is a tine fertilizer and is used have fallen before his unerring aim. In did ma more god than into ea-h nostril Blood -
-g Barter ksi4giiT1I y In pangs of indigestion altercating heartily. ;the with Mexico tok. I advise every I ck lady to agreeable to use. HAY-FEVER For mre of all dI1ea-e1. ? Bloot
he
.h: J>ecrmber.'o, {'" such. war led a company, take it/ And so do we. never disappoints Bucts. by mall or at .ir icg sti. Sond fnrclrcuj2r. Talnli..Syphilitic C'omplalntt. Cuniumptlon. Glanl.ularMsia.se '
a
..' )1dI&.D1 i4at'aoiday ,In The habit of continual spitting which the lime ttbd in the war of the rebellion he began its patrons. DruggIsts I ELY BROTHERS. ruglsts Owego.K.T. : .I'lccr*. Chronic Knetimattan. Eryilp.tlas. .
According as sand .
clay or : it .
,
-- KUn Plaiuler anti Liver ( DTI-
y.
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February. "* \ attends the of 'o.nJ''lnti
;;: ; I chewing gums, Its a and nded as Captain on the IT is said; that pi.i.Affectit'fl0f the Lanes an.
U est.rLJ1; \ In predominates the marl is classed as &1c -;: prlv ex-Queen Isabella still cling-i p..th Tlroat pu. '
\ ,' .trIt.\JlOIIcJaf. induces debility, not only of the salivary 'side Union. After to the hope that she ,, e Uioud. rt.tt '.rtnhealth an.l vl.or
: March. ." "k -v--r some day again be
< The
: reoua clayey Ontario wi
#- CUS"r...::.....: .# SovoriiorL. glands, but of the system generally. marls are, calcareous.or'sandy. -.' he returned. tOhis, hostitiesceased on the throne of i: : &'n'1y'Jr.irel-iI.I !I lur Botlle..

". '... 1Tafl&biuee.. Keep your .eping rooms well ai-ed! As -before noticed, marl is a lime fcr- 10 end life in Isolation and solitude. of For breath weak, consumption lungs spitting, night-sweats of blood shortness, and all r 'DR. RADW A Y'S PILLS
in this cold weather. headache A
4- .AUon.eJ'.QeCooper.,TaI1aha'e.' even Many a tilizer. Phosphoric acid when presentadds strange fatalfty has attended his lingering coughs, Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical -
Secivtatiot .L Crawford, Tailahascf. and taste in mouth is Two of The Great Liver and Stomach Re-iuJ/
'fv8 unpleasant tht to its value slightly. Its effects 'chidrn 'tys boys were killed Discovery" is a sovereign remedy. Superior
t to cod liver oil. dru For. the Cure Of all dsnnler of the Stom.vh.
caused by sleeping in impure atmosphere. the By ol't" Ty.
gileiiilas
tom1i.r-.W. D. Barnes,Tallahassee. are either physical or chemical. Physically during war. In IbfcO Bowels! .Kulnevs. Bladder Nervous

.-:.TKBcnraiu.K.:H. CrllL TallahaMee. ,. ,it sceintKo give I lightness and looseness the revenueotl.rg* rlidpcl"mrtnnoViinA"distillery ; The pay of a private in the Italian army I I .Aplje.| Hea"arhe. C"s'ivcu<"' JUIPI'C.. Lo SU
1p' AdJat& t-Getle1al-DlYld Lang, 'rlnahupcc. A new ana :&Thc I one soldo (or cent) per day. t 'luUsn>.. Fever,Infliini'i'ition of the n"yel P
apparently cnecuve 'to soils, and thus Eoton Mountains. nl
Commissioner Land and Immigration. L. renders them 'andal deranc >raenn the Ijfernal
_ MltcneuTallshafMe. method of treating con umptiou is now more workable. C it serves "moonshsncrs: ," though! surprised, A Deep Mystery. an -V. ; -tah! containinK no mercury P o

.I .. -. tell. SnnerroleBdent, xaJlabaasMu Public Instructions J. Uns4 attracting the notice of phJsicans. I either as a direct hemicnly"plant, as in showed and Several were wounded, I, to Whereever IIalluU& >'Ollr., Portland located, Maine you,should and receive wit ,_o I..p. l;dpl'r.n.2'lfi conts| CT.per box. SolrtbyaU drtiggtztiDYSPEPSIA

Conrtniesioner of Immigration-A. A. RobInson, i is by injecting remedies the caee of grasses, or indirectly by its among them two of the Case boys. They I five, full information ao ut work that you C : !
TaJlahu.ee., l ungs bh means of a hypdcrmic syringe. action in rendering he succeeded in hiding in the und rbush : do and live at home making thereby canS C) C) .
SvriEu COCKT.CWef availbl organic to $25 and upwards The needle is
-. JnsUce-Geo. O. passed through the walls compounds i in decaying tion-hu- and thus escaped .capture. One died I oer S-'iO in a day. A'l' is new. llallett & Co. Ei.--- ;- .; They ret"retr"'Ith C< tl- >tomacliaM '
McWhoner.
r ,. ;; .. AuoclateoJulltlce-eeo.' P. Kaney, Talhhn'l'ee.Tllllaba see; of the chest, and it is the aim to bring mu, for instance. : k from the effects of the wound five ;I will start. you. Capital not needed. Kithersex.: ,.erfibleitto Ltyipei lerformitt, 'ffrttl. the ymptoMcf
'1l
K. &,; Van' Valkrnbargh, Jacksonville. the remedies a near the affected spot in The nitrogen of :0-TftWjjfc is unavailable months after; tho x.>ther died in' Texas made All agee. Nu cla fat's of orkingpeople have ever: :"f V .-' ':: -Uio* fiad1"Ir> ."..:'. Take th labltYa .

*' PUBLIC I.ANJU. S. Lande. the lungs us possible. Some very good in its usual swamp conditio.! Thor from the same cause a year later.: In I fortunos money await so every lerclofore."orker. Comfortable this seems .-i. R CKItd rtif' ':aocxraioK Talie and to True"directi rWjcctin.'II! a id obaerra diet. what we say 11

1 .IJUtd office, Gelneeyille C. Tucker, Register. results are reported, caibollzed iodine oughly diained: the land and sixty 1884, in a, fight on Calf Creek, a deep mystery to you, reader, but -enL alongyour 4 .THE- INVALIDS prSond a I.tterst.tml'! RADWAT*
f having appeared to work to the best ad- tyyny another of the ad}reM and it will bo cleared up and: BENEFACTOR. .f;<,.; So. 3-i U'ai rt-ii street, >ew York,ttx
b. fTATE UiKDS. to seventy-five bushels of marl p \acre. boys was fatally proved.. Better. not delay: nCi i ithe time. Discoverer of Dr. Kilmer's I' ". Iaia! and Truff."

te Land office, T&llabaaeee-C. L. Mitchell, Ccmmlieloner. vantage.To On light soils about twenty-five*.JtAjtshels stabbed, dying in a few days. Lies! Those dull tired looks and feelings IOMPLETE FEMALE REMEDY *\'_BEsriti.: TO (;r.TKAiVAY's..

_ a room for a sick person, care per acre, sufficient to help thedeV-o'nXpo- Recently the father,received word from I I Dr. kHmer's Female Remedy :; V N U-l .

'. COUNTY OFFICERS. should be taken to have it exposed to as fdtion of organic matter and supply lime Colorado City, Texas that the son who corrects all conditions.restores vigor and vital- .

CcmntT Judge-J. R. Richard. little external noise as possible as im- to the crop For grasses, add --about accompanied his ill-fated brother to the ity.and Price; brings$1.00-6 hack bottW youthful 5(10.Jfop ( bloom and beauty 0 Xi "N

'. -, It Clerk of Circuit Conrt-II. F. Toi k, presions made on the car greatly influence two bushels of salt per acre and apply] as State named had been shot and killed ina ; Plasters/ are a New KngUml: induction .* Gnat Nursery olRGHERQN
Sheriff n. W.
I Tax::>we- .Bor-\V.Ephercon.c.t' Walnright the nervous "system.Likewise: surface dressing. For clay lands, quare with a man on a ranch sixty from fresh hops, Burgundy Pitch and I Gum

Tax Collector-B. Hayneg. select a spacious, well ventilated apart- by the wagon load; hardly too apply) beyond the town. Thus six have J One hop 1'1a.fer will ki pain quicker a -d is -. 1 L

.1.* Hapenntendent of Schooll-R. W. DOM ling. ment, that has in it no unnecessary furniture be added. .I'se muck also, if available. perished by violent means. The only : .beueJtrengtlen'r 1 a don other kinds 200 HORSES
I
- County Commifiionem Wilkooski, M. L. (.'reat care is in Farmers surviving son is with j Bronchiki by frequent small doses t.,
necessary having marl living quietly his
Xc KinDer M. K. Beaselej,John 8. Andrews and L regulating deposits will dowel I I of Consumption. Of
JLV.Bmlih. the light of a tjck.tpom i ,although to test their value on different lands father. "lie has n violent temper, and _ _- Ctoic nmies. J
_
it is not often to exdudc all only by shunning intercourse LARGENLI1UER$, .'
in
much
'j.-, CITY OFFICERS. necessary plots a couple of fields will be as a '
I 'Ii. M yor-T. A. Knight. light. The rule is, a stronglight stimulates sufficient. Those not having them should: possible] with his fellowman can he hopeto Unable to Walk' 'I l. Al Ages.STOCK.both SexeS, ., }''

Warehal-E. D. Wall. the action of the brain, while a examine their swamps and marshy lands/ esc'..e the fate which has overtaken ,

Clerk-It. L. Pparuman.: I moderate light is soothing' it. and few feet his brothers. Thrro f
Treasorer tl. Johes.CitrAttorneyJ. dig a beneath black soils. I.;. t\o affectloa which more quickly pr.tnlls .
: Deafness! and Lime, m the form of Its rlCil r than acute rheumatism. And there t -
T. VVJIlg.\ impaired hearing .are or carbonate __ .
Aldermen-John C. Richard. J. M. Truly Tate frequently by an accumulation of should not be used mar nures. In Some BigSalaries. Is no remedy w.Ilh 11.' had greater success In raising _t '
( PowelU. M. Johns D. L. Alvarez. cawed thrni up and driving rheu uatlsui Hood's V..
hardened tho external surfaceof the changes resulting ammonium car- th Cl, I;
writes Read the -
Curiosity, a New York S"rapnrila following:
I -0]( the streets of the little town ol; the drum of the car. Nevpr attempt bonate is formed; this is a volatile com spondent' the Cleveland Leader corre-led I 'The first of last winter I had a vr severe attack --. -- -
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I
Malone to remove this with the head of a pin or pound. Lime, in the form sulphate, make of Inflammatory rheumatism my feet and limbs ----
to
N Y., there is i me note of the salaries paid by
V occasionally a hair pin. As. an eminent doctorf e., gypsum or land-plaster, is best; ; the rail load. and swelling cut of all proportion. I was confined t _ "

seen an old and feeble man, with I Paris once remarked to one .of his produces smjnoniiinr, sulphate, a stable The New York telegraph companies. .. the, house for several weeks and was a very gresiauffe'r.r. : & : <.

sunken, though still brilliant, eyes that tents, "a man should liepnl compound-In other woids, i it fixes the Chauiucy M. Depew.Central it is Railroad said, $40,000aycai ( pays .R'Ivlre scarcely an able 1 various to walk preparations at all. After, all trigm..h.al no -- .;. .'". r.
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glance around in a restive and fright ear smaller than his elbow." ; pa.1 ammonia. ; the Erie paid Mr. a like iniriiosc I was Induced to give Hood's SapaUI t ."U1.411_ S :t
and There Jewet
ened which foreign substances can nearly is no market for marl at present: amount and a trial.. I have taken two bottles with best ANNUALLTL ",
? way tells the I I'V presumably : incumbent ra L1WOUTED ?
experienced! present -00
01
be removed by dropping into the established in Canada. Its value depends I is te sults. My plus and aches have all left me. my \

observer that the old man, who is! no) few drops of olivoojl, a little warm, and, upon its situation and the nature of the i I revenue which satisfied like with no less. The limbs have Issume,) their usual proportons. and I ____ ,e'Fran.-o al rcqlf.l:tKweOTnp w3theJtendedJWUiIrresI a stnri book that haS .1*_;,

less a personage than ex-Vice President after letting it remain while, syringing I surrounding land. The commercial value I 1-ield men Jay Gould, and (an truly say that I never felt better In my life than ____ ______ ____ ___ -ikii.o en-ior-rirent! of tlift French CovernniMi 't r.
Cyrus and RusselL Sage derive l the ear with warm suds.LozievIty of lime in fertilizers is sometimes appUt I a La'.. .
- William A. Wheeler, is a con soap : placed I from the. position of directors of : I give credit t Ho's Sarsaparilla."-FRAVKUX M. W>.DUNHAM, i .

firmed opium cater, now but a short i at marls$,, per ton. At that rate,Outario dried I I corporations, should be better ,than many a HATCH,79 Northed tf at.,Brooklyn,N. Y.. D r- : Wayne, .age CO.,IIIUMHi ,j. ,
I are worth from $2 to ftfiper' ton. t ,
or Famous Statesmen. munificent
I distance from the Mr. Wheeler Rich salary. Each company pays t '
grave. The marls are sometimes utilized for' its directors $5 for attendance at meetings .I f_ _ _ _ _
of Hood'f'.Sarsaparila "
is one of the only two surviving ex- longevity famous statesmen is burnt lime.-Xew York .. ',
Worl. I; ; this alone to a man with I .
remarkable. Imagine I Lord J I as"many .
Palmerston Bld
c'4'lI." Vice Presidents, ex-Senator Hannibal I I II '' irons in the fire-and the by HOOD&CO.. ony:! I :
ncting vigorously as Prime Minister of. on ground-as C Apothecaries. Low U. K t
._ ; Hamlin, of Maine the I Farm and Garden Notes. 'I has 3Ir. Uould amounts in i'I -
being other, England when over eighty, I year to a IOO .
governing Doses (RIVALED
S Hamlin was elected to office when Lincoln the vast Hiiti'h Pmpirc: with ste.idy: Save the best potatoes in the. most pr- princely sum. After the raifoaclPresi-' I I One DollarCOCKLE'S _____ ORGANS.: -. f
lific hills for seed. I: dents perhaps the best JIVI'.\Y n: ,
hand ,
T\m.fmS3.U.
I II
was given the Presidency in IbGO: making speeches three hours long I IDou't men I c Btth up. I''')>!I3IC'4,$ fo .
and is now in the House of Commons, and rising waste food on cows unable to I. aie the Presidents:of the large insurance I tulta full p.irtitulars. DaUb seventy-two of
1r years age. I next day fresh as a man of forty! Thinkof make a decent return. ; companies. The President of-the Equitable :

He, however, is a hale and hearty old I i the venerable Guilt,the French statesman Old :i Life andthe New Ydrk Life eachreceive -, ANTI-BILIOUS
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should
corn be fed]I
4 .:./ man, with a brain as active as his body who.At. the age of eighty-seven, first, so wcldrict: give the new corn as much ': men$ IutOO< ( per year. T.he.-pocH sf :. PILLS 0 .pd'!rol"on Send the for new dPS'rplve methol pf Cataloxue.? (. o> ,

I He will never wear an overcoat when was still wilting histories, presiding ovareligious time as possible for drying. ; paid areontIicdaiIypaIetthetargcst -' THE a i ISM& HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO
: : :
salary.iu New York ..of.th9 class GBEATEHGLISHBEMEDY __ _ Co
SjJ. conventions city > .
and _
,,:_ I in Washington and in the carrying on Know test New.York, Chicago.
coldest I lively discussions in the French Acad by and not by guess,, I mentioned being that paid '. to Mr. For Liver. Bile Indlgrfttlon et. Free from Mer T .ton
_"I J weather can be seen trotting around I which is the most profitable cow in David :M. Stone editor of the Journal cry; contains only I'urn Vgptble l.r- | Merchant !
; a .,1!. emy. your : C. M. dlent d_ jpnt( only)wanted .n every town
< the streets at a lively pace, whjle the The late Lord Lyndhnrst made able herd, and why sbe i the best. Uomitierd', which is $13,000) j'Jear. o I _ _ .

-I.- 40) .. color of an eighteen-year-old boy is in speeches in the House of Lords when he Weighing a cow's milk will not cause i ministers the gospel ana the. judges Rheumatism and Catarrh Can be -C _______ .

IiI: : his- face. Mr. Wheeler is ten had, pas.ed his ninetieth year; and his her to give any more\ but may cause her r I rmik,betiveeu the corporat&oth'cers and Cured )ftU"Dt .

,.. years long-lime rival, Lord Brougham wrote owner to substitute a better one. the'journalibts. .Mr. Uecchftr" $:OOOO, a }. '

_ e' younger than Mr. Hamlin, but his ter jnitobibgi aphy, in three goodly \olnmes Turkeys are profitable: birds to raise,, I yiar; Mr, Tabnage, $1OOt I CANANDAIOUA, N. Y., ]jlay 28, 1880. Irfr or! your curt"1 11.1 hn. tut-I':(I alive luncU se yet :

; ,I' rible appearance makes him appear at t when he.ladnearly reached ninety for they are marketable to some extent I for, it has }been 1everal Pardee Medicine Co.: 1 'WIJlll&Crl".l.rullst.l'uretD, I
; ,p However OIIOOO'j a' __ _ ___ 'aiU's Iulch" > cigar gl t..1( So .
+
.,.. least that much older, and the 3 cars. at fair prices throughout the year. i lust not be GENTLKMEN:-Nearly all winter I was confined L- _ _ I I.Allh.RY. Waermaol
The Marquis of LaQsJowjie Manure the salary is the only room with R. \V. T.* SI.I. CO.. Chlotj.
1'\". gigantio intellect that shone who; as from the hen-lluse is the best t my inflammatory rheu f. : &
,: successively Lord lien whidi the minister receives for I have _ _ _ _
matism. I
'fI' : y Petty, was a leading member fertilizer usually produced on the farm commenced using Dr. Fardee's ___
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in the Legislature in Con heard it reckoned that _______ JONES
of the. 'All the Talents" Mr. Bencher's receipts Rheumatic t '
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". Cabinet of equal to much of the commercial I Remedy, but after taking it fora _
'!
\; gress., and in the chair of the, which Charles James Fox was the chief guano. from marriage fees have averaged time the pain became ____ I XiJKJ '

;, presiding officer of the Senate 1 IOi, was still an active member of Using a V-shapcd trough, with slaked I 1 *!ituuO t per year; .11.Talmage's half as was alarmed and feared more intense, and 1w __ PAVStheFREICHT '
;, has lime in the bottom, for hog feeding, is much. They tte. remedy was i.. r- / A 5 .rI1 1nson SCII.
., .t dwindled the House of Lords nearly sixty said to I ate both'voluminous makincr IDA wnrsa. Tint rnnfcinmvl. I ".. I.r..rI. .J
years off 1".1
keen .
away, leaving its from_ iinrk- uca
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ft. P
'' owner later, in 18it.( : nnd died in that. ver. _at choler -n thl 1'--- I writcr and fluent ]IcUu.ers and should -- --- --- An. Tu Bcjni anil l.am Box
::' i a fretful childish old man. In the nge of -- J -- w ers.Put Ilot be in want. The judges of the soon the pain left me, an I'-padually improve l u 560.

T.. 1 R'7r._ 'ttn.AA1__ eighty-three. yourbrein into this winter's the soreness leaving crrt i!..-I4sIe.For. epr.1
h The dairy I courts in New York the my arms and I And
v h "UOOl"C WIWI DomlDatcd Duke of took part in Supreme Court, ".t.r.thi tpr ,
c ) Vice affairs Wellington manage'mi('nt, nnd see if you cannot make rec ive $.7,000( ( which in shoulders and seeming t pass out t. J1CES OF 11.INMTIa
public to the .
President and was seated the following his in 1832, in it the best : per year, atmyt n"* '.UAJI'IO .
dairy: winter in ha completely cured life.
I his eighty-third year. your expe. county of .New York is added $10,000 I Jhe time

.*' year. Then it was that Mr. In former generations energetic states- rience. vcr year, making a judge of that court : I commenced using the A'j I had a. P ATMENT fa UDIJt.! ; .

Wheeler's awful habit began to have its men of advanced years are found thickly The farmer w .o gets the most eggs is in New York city the recipient of I throat difficulty and the catarrh, which I Suffering from Female :

effect. For years he had used the drug scattered through the pages of history. the one who g< ts up earliest and secures $17.100 for each year of his judicial found t b better after taking it, and it occurred Lie F.MC\: I..%l It.eISeS.>V can be he* .

in moderation, and it had nerved him There was the old )Marquis of Winchester, to his flock, :good, wa.rn; breakfast by : l labors. I I t me t use it a a gargle, which I own i'lir.ici .,n. S='"''f.rSr -.
8 ,
:; to some of the most brilliant who could remember Edward IV., the daylight.The ; did, and t my great satisfaction I improved 3e .$afe cutai and Sure anil RCIUI-dy.Ti liin S1.00 uliln. per pack- -

achievements political first York sovereign, and who, when he mAst successful shepherd of the j Tie MHcrious. Bottle. I rapidly, and to-day am free from both rheumatism ofl 0. t Orir.iet".'t.r l.y mail. Adstr.$ ifaKg -
TOT
WC1V
on record but I a p. di! t ir.t- O..wego.
; its con- died. at the of future will have his mutton I and catarrh. I consider lti
1 tinned age ninety-seven, was on the mar- At the recent fatal Alpine accident on it indispens- g i "
-
t 4 use was beginning to tell on holding office under Queen Llizabeth. ket a regularly and in as good condition the Glockner( says: an Austrian i aba as a family medicine. I take ona teaspoonful C o f DK. wiIM' -

.him, and by the time his term of office As to the Presidents of.the United &A his wool. The same man will make the search for the bodies was materially japer, after breakfast, and find it a*splendid gca Indian wilt Pil cos tckPISO )- .4 i :
cure
; any
expired Mr. Wheeler States, it is a familiar fact thit John both products as good as sible. assisted tonic. I would advise .
was a broken- po I by means of a secret charm employed : you t rec mend "red in ir. f'lrrrnteil or Frof
_ .4 dow ld. Ad ins nnd Thomas Jefferson, the sec A writer, whose head is level I by I'ersjerweis the Kaiser innkeeper : it as a gargle for throat troubles and catarrh a i *:IltE IJTAIfANTkED. 1'i ,
man, no longer able to stand says: i i.nly. [IPh.r K-ians' Jaw by cxpreo
ond acd third both died the "Clover is : for I know Ci 1.50"] Vrice I.ox. 50c.and 51.ts ..,
t: '' the drive's Iresidnt. a great aid in cutting down who has in his possession a it will cure. I have seen soi e per ,
long m..ilcd of tn
and 4th of > or ri receipt price by S
scarcely strong July, :t just half a century the cost of a bushel of wheat. Wheat mal bottle covered with leather, with remarkable cures from the use of this l.IA3l&.UF'GO..ClevuIa10!_. :.
I512 I--
; -enough ,
to drag his tottering limbs frun the day on which both signed the should'never be rem -- $.
sown without it, It ,string drawn through the stopper by edy, and it I one I can recontoend all -- .
: along the streets of his native city, I Declaration of Independence, Adams be- ventilates the soil and tears it to atoms." which it can be suspended like :plummet I am, very truly t >S Xmf< E t-

:where his old associates were horrified lug three.ninety-one President antI Jefferson eighty- Oats come the nearest to the filling of -. The bottle is said to contain a > E R.j S.UE5EALE. '; !| > II "

to the Andrew Jackson lived all requisites of a fluid, but it is very heavy for its size .
see change in the to be complete fqpd : yet, i time.
once eighty-two John
bright Quincy Adams and
; face.The they are crushed, the addition? of a according to llergerweis it pos-
to be
secret could not long be eighty one, and Madison eightyfive. pea meal would be sesses the of Less than
an improvement in property indicating by its I One.haI the Amount Cared L

_;; hidden, though it is suppressed as much _ .cases where extra exertion is demanded. vibrations the the Him.

t..;. as possible by the villagers. Mr. A r'' Winter is the time when nearest human being to the observer may I [ WANTYOa0.iCtable .

.. .. Wh eler'. decline has Story of the Princess of Wales., I Me by rabbits mice young trees be found, for he says that he has frequently John C Heron of 46 4th street, Rochester, employment to repm.:1
etc. A
been. ..o A pretty story is told injure tried with when ha troubled fot years with rheumatism i oo ale If -
about success he has
steady and his the, :: rh wm keep off the latter, ; :lay*. Ontnt avis'pafDAKO Krre. '
-. disappearance from'pub cess of Wales. The scene of it Pr.. -.,- : above the roots with lost his way in the mountains. The experiment in the shoulders and about the heart. He SILMtWARE CU..BOSTO (. li : -
lic life
.
so complete that it was generally Mansion louse, the occasion a ,b :ttox l'cloth will was repeated on the above oc- ; gave a physician ten dollars for an examination FACE, HANDS, FELTst

I supposed that be was dead, and given sOne years ago, and to whIc1 .," discourage the I' crtMon. when the vibrations pointed dis- and he merely informe him that he p S and all their Imiwrfectlon*.Including 4:
among other-invites TT ssS' tinctly in the direction had rial iMmlopni'-'it llairnnd Scalp, hii f
rheumatism
several in was of the Glucknerknar of He ] e
,
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newspapers referring to the aprovin' hear was fluons Ilnir. it-th;; >lark JIolcn, Wart',
Mayor, who had the _: Young (rock once allowed to run where the cure )Moth Frrcklf ,
J : Arthur honor being body of Rubesoier was by Dr. Pardee's Rheumatic Remedy,and for L *.1' d lop Acnev niack
.
.. !. obsequies mentioned him in the to the i dou.neverfully recover from the effects discovered. I I Heads. list troducec pretty Princess. ultimately Bergerweis fur- I less than the money paid for the ex S 'heii'l jOn. for hook tirsopnirr* 4th rditioB. ,rv
i of deceased Vice Presidents. His goes, and the truth of it is,vouched thereof. Of inferior feed anl lice ther declares tl:at he enabled by onebal. Sold y rugg ala. 25 cents a vial. RWoodhory.8r.N.rfjrUt.AlhanyX.YEitVdU7! .

-: retirement partially due to his phys- for. th it upon his worship askingagainst the frt generally brings the second. of these vir-rations to ascertain the mean posi- I

; ical weakness, and partially to his all rules of etiquette, the Princess to feeding is scandalous; vermin tion of the nearest game, when holding I Ask your druggist for Dr. Pardee's Rem- REWARD IAZERAXLEJ3ES' J

f i. family and. his grant him a dance, she replied with a Idde it is brutal together with the string a piece of edy, and take no other.. Price, $per bottle $50f :

t physician Dr. Gray, touch of delicate humor: "I do not The AgricuUvritt remarks: chamois or deerskin in his hand. six bottles, $;. by the prprletor IN THE uHCAuC. .."
\%
<)
who Sage's UJU>
watches know .
by'lhe patient night and whether will No animal does well I Fardee Medicine Co. Rochester N. Y. for the '
you not be rather a as it should that a case of catarrh which they H"Get Qenulce._Sold Every Where rOfflcern :
day, him afraid; some of children is not comfortable. .. cannot cure. -
accompanying in his my Study the comfort -
walks just are only of all kinds The Equatorial City.\\ I BOOK AGENTS WANTED forPLATFORMECHOES I you have a discharge from E"NSIONS pay. bounty pro* ,
and sleeping by his side in order to recovering from the measles, and of stock. Regular feeding, th, nose, offensive or other I cure\: deserters relieved :
.: deaden:the you might take them." The wearer ol wholesome feed pure water end comfortable At Quito, the only city in the word w _, wis partial loss of smtl.t& P Writ for, :1 y l1' A" .-'.
pain which the uo.pe. circulars! and new laws. ,
racks the civic chain however lairs on the line of the the hearingweak f :
poor was are equator, I or in eyes
equal to I essential e.UT1HO rOB HEAD AJTO HEART, pre head you have Thou.T .- A.o"lcCormirk.4 SonWashlngton.D.CGARDENSEEDSCatatoas; _'
.ufferer's frame and drives the for and rises at 0 i o'clock the T&UI ** .
away sleep occasion bowing low, he replied: In this country been demon- year around. \, ? ces terminate in consumption. !

with visions too terrible to describe. 41 delighted to take anything stratid to the satisfaction of many Your clock may break down, your watch I I II By John B. Golt. ease*of Catarrh CATARRH"cold R In.Cures lie thewon [ ,f' 4

B. ANDERSON from so a source." cal minds that a limestone soil crii. stop, but the sun never makes a mistake I I flu.Ian ad mIDI n.work, lut and Catarrhal Headache. cent --M Free :. -Frs'1 ;
a Swede lost his .t bUlor pab. pnr& good, r D rl. HEMFSTEAP,
there. When it L.OSO r
way beneficial effect upon animals hred and dissappearsfor the night 'laDbe.d at ;, To I.sddrt ----ISLlD. N. f. ,. .
near Shakopee, Minn., and wandered reared by it is r o'clock, and you can set 8OTT. 10OO Mr.W Goqrh. by R"-LYMA AB- I U M H .- ;
A Novel Plea. physical tasks. A limestone you Apnti nt d.- P A B I T bQlvtel r;
into a creek where his soil watch by it. I .aiOC a mont mle. QTDiitmct: no htndranet u we O riAor self, : 0
boots on its bosom denlat '
were filled war the finest development fo wbpncr
/o F.h" wnt el.
This C nanr8te
is the sort of weather A. : J \ .
with when the of the human WO&TBJ1UTN CO. :
water, which quickly turned to race, physically ." Clt.Mo -
average boy up slowly and The Age of Man. 1
get reluctant. onJameRlyerVL.ln Claremont
ice. Being convinced that he ly. An speaking.Do FARMS ; : :
C'olonjr. Circular
was lady went the free.
I t door ot allow stock The soldier's is J. F.JIA>CIIA. Claremont 4rcheronsell msTors .
about her especially woik age cour-age; J
to freeze to death, Anderson cut son's sleeping apartment and horses The Va ITOOTRPOWE:' .
marked re and much cows, to drink ice-cold shopman's age is till-age: .. ----------------- -.(
his throat with a penknife and lay : water. To take the chill from The gamblers age is cribb-age; PENSIONS heir*.Nr rm.F.nenn.aco.BoUtan -
-i Why, Johnny aren't water The doctor's age is pill-age w YII"C'AIVE ton a at the
you yet I" ; : rly
down to die. up costs MqnQ
When he was found by a "Xo, ma so little that it is h.irdly.to be considered Tbo travelers age is lugg-age; prom t. bjJII' }'or t-
so cold. ht IU
? 'ned- Bend H.a Hu.t .matro
farmer hia bands i's in the account.. The lover's is J, pATENTS atptor &i Il '
and feet were frozen "You expanse Some age cottage; InY.ntn'Guide. y
solid be ashamed lazy fcmpl! Get up, and I of the more advanced stockkecpers now The la-dyer's age is dam.age; j J Patnt Lwer. Wlhn. D. C. L BU .tl. bi(E:ar"d. Tr"atmeD'c pent on i
and his'in'dpipe was severed, of yourself. i will not allow 1 he J.r1c.her' age verb i-age; the U. low or lower REXE1Y (0. LaetP.ld
any of their stock to drink i UST LOOK' Six SUrer Steel fmprEr I S Statjon Enslnnre on
but he was alive. It is "Le me sleep a little while longer. I[ I ice-cold The drunkkpi, age is ruram-age; TEA'PlONSbv CentraP. R inn iv \V. Sutr, .fR toSoderHnelrt 'l
thought that he water. The cook I mal forSOc. STAR XOYrLTf' CO.. ( _*.___ 36._____ '- flSfor cln.ui.us. COI 8ndltam
will cn ashamed. of mysel in bed just age mus b pottage; Brooklyn. X. Y.Jo .. .. ._ :cllo _N.. _Y. A u'>.. ",
recover from Ejs injuries. a Nothing is The !
well as anywhere quite so good for youn? Gerlgn's a-p saus-ae; 88 n day, Samples worth Great English Gout and Wahiogn D C '
S .. ,- -Te Sifting*. I pig a their mother's milk. When old f aud worst is marri-age! i iTd.e S 6 Lne not under th. hor-c's t FEE ,Bla.lr's Plilis I Rheumatic! ELECRApHyJ.earnber.nd. "
lR.wsnn'" HOLPIK, I Remedy.
S.JTYRE .
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