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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: February 19, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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to I t tk this after went to the mill,climbed .';..
carding aWke on* winter folder breka ., -
tatisti.can Dog of morning, I along, but dropped how up and had the ne stays tdfe sin trying' destroy1 mat W" the race of annle. Religion had
; .the Department of ''h. Aid i fond my garden white he has marked i with pencil." the hamlet attc yard and REV. DR. TALUAGE.)[ him trying to t'sy away from the" m her happy while she IYe and happy
of So he my eye. At about 10 trying to rthrovfr iim. when sh" and ha :
Wit J hot had. ovt' happy for
blossoms could n.ht dl.
'iBfltoa,-there are eighty hogi to run up to Water- o'clock Lane came down into the EVQm me
yard. Oh
CYerj 11 town and 1/csetting/ s'n For e ever. to j
'100 of population of tne United States. Tt not been there at night Dam. go through by way of Beaver wandered about in an aimless sort of hawkThese who rome to-day are da y- I have no word:111 to young cmet l-

A barren ground was covered He had marked the time of arrival way, though all the time keeping his I THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S' SUNDAY Ing for belter. They say practically:( tion at the coming te expr young myem men. ,'

And the naked branches the junction and of the i iI SERMO.V. there is any power in for mfc Christ Him'Klf died wh le .
knowledge' is IOWeT"been hj quite. arrival eyes open, and by and by I saw him inspecting prayer pray ; young m 4. .
pit at if there .
Is :
i Portage, and it could Christian as-ociation, go out the '
ro not be anthin twal
that he
--- ant
entlj. shown in Upper Michigan! Fo the angels in the night time I would take all that trouble a huge log lying near a thorn- let ,n.:try intlulnfe: if there is anythingin IismatbIe t for qo yo b.J.- J
one off his to throw any apple tree, which was the only tree or Subject: "The Flying Doves." kindly surround let me have ft." I to-toy by tJw m of all
Uwkert; : I poorly-dressed day-Uborer a Flying softly t and fro, j I him t iil. There wa no one after bush in the yard. I had been hauling Where: thou gf-est I will go. Thy people iy ior and young tromon who have not ;
.
: month ago offered 2:: c, a ton Bearing t the gates of heaven and he could not argue that the logs with the cattle to the bank and shall be my people thy Co l my GoTt Where .yet wrendered. themsl'l t the l
:1nr t Bpjjits from the boy would hold the th')1 diest f will die and there will t. esus:
earth below marked folder them TEXT I
the refuse and worthless rock Leaps Had against him. I dumping off for the elevator or car : "Who are these that fly as a cloud, Dnnel. The Lord do so to me and b But while this great flock havatome' into -

iron mines. has let fall upon my garden to therefore changed my route to carry them up the incline into the and as the doces to their uiIHOWS fn-Isaiah al!o if an;ht but death r rt the and ma" th doveAt, the laycpst Hock: have ijown the H '
'nonnd the I panned Portage city, and at the mill and Lty. They for shelter. When trouble .
Lovely garland-fower of snow. junction I had noticed the big log. It come com other wy It is easy to the pigeons' ..'
\ont one-half good ore, and he has already Minnie Irving, fu A>w York got track of my man. He had no ticket, had been there for years, and was worth- When God would set fast k yon,yon take valerian ID soothe the nerve-?, thor e doves 'jfoa go out fe handfuj., '"., ..

jnUzed about i,000,000: from Sel, but had paid his fare in cash. It was leas. Now that I saw Lane in the vicinity thought He plants it in a tiva "bautu but jvtt the take meilk'ine. nl<-ohol to revive the spirit- corn o wheaii'*a I they fly all around jwt .- "51jf.
fail and the ,
h pur- night, and the state of his hair had not I made mind that he would make it Moat th'waters He fashions it They alight e' l\Ur shode. and ye ttr ,"
had faiL Then
up my hid the excitements
of
try ,
.
A into you and ea1.
been a fish. When IIS bus
: noticed would hav it you
e DETECTIVE'S but the conductor described den his close and I glide ness. or vou the makinz of hds your fe the
t STORY.I money by, slipped out the air He molds it into a Fot scan tI nierrv stand around they very .i,
Lane's a. a s :
general appearance, and and went for a ramble in the woods. of us the structure and Linl have clubrooms; you are like the dove that But do yotrv iou -
Some months ago the natives of a ccr- said that he had birds *eut *>ut from the ar',. It(new to the north tme my brtr. .
changed a $20 bill for That a Lord feeding
night at without very great The blackbird !
midnight
any- facnation and there *'H waste of water, to the south b bu' "
I him. I 1
ta district in Australia predict the Wa k the active of Pinker- He might go no further than Beaver thing having happened'to create suspicion floating like the darkness to the east ar.il Jo the we-t-there was nolh- the finest wheat all these i. "

of floods and their for -eroploj Dam, and I got off there and looked on Lane's I dressed and through the sunshine. Themta.low lark, Mg but of wafers in which floated yeirsf And yet you have fow.a"a1
low. "W pirt myself watt
approach years took 1
lef my with head of fawn and throat from You took vour I
of
and
share around clothe frm
for him
of risks fu1 a few hours. No trace of him crept out of the tavern to make hunt I 'veh-et the carcasses.of the dl'ar world and the first ffI Ion m :f
tillages for the higher incdent to detective w a I breast of gold.. The red ttamingd k1 yon Dr nm f
lying country. but the very case assigned had had been had, and I was at the depot to for the money. On) ray way out paused i the swamp like a spark struck from the forgeof O'er sold thinjthed.wetnlhe.after leafing th handand yet :yott e been flying te other 4ay. i
frlt ne ark. No I
several weeks
floods came later, and more take the train, when conversation at his door the WI w TV bile these ..
and tecmibtthdov.
Te peril' than any four a be- he was breathing like a setting su. The pelican, black and out of No ,no comfort, no solace. .
hopp out in
natives said that their information Combinej. I had donesome .oth'r tween. two young men became interest- man fast asleep. I had my revolver and white, morning and night tangled in his: I have(od the s"loe of this is '1 you are after a at. a s *- .:r 4
&I "spoting"and m of most the .
insuffici.nQh
a pair handcuffs
been gathered from the which "shadowing, and had ready to take with than Hea out and you :
helped en, because the time s bi .
on they are
h built their nests in the ant insteadof two or three cases, when I was sent to "You ought to have told somebody," me, but missed them after I got outride. vacillating between the two r al not wonder of immortal this world's cCmfort. I* cannot help & all over the snow, so 'there will : i.

Milwaukee to look after protested one. Evervthincr about -nrnq sn nniot, fTinf_ T .of. that Audubon took his and trampedthrough 44 time come when aH those who r .i
an embezzler. -- --- -- -- '.w U substantial comfort will
usual on the ground.If The "Yes, and been off the American gn- lOt gro'v' je.t Hi mercy and depi tbr Gospel ...,1 ,:
U at thinking
case was stated i in a A laughted replied to be back with the money to find some In XatU'e'3 barren soil; p Ah, comstorra .t -

--- ". Pierce, a widow of nutshell the other. in a few minutes. The big log lay within new specimens whole of birds. Geologists have All we can boast ti Christ we know, coMrt It will shiver the pride .:

one wishes to what woman who trusted hcr a "And he had ten thousand dollars?" twenty feet of the bank. There was a given in the years to find the track of a birdsclaw Is vanity and mJ drivi! *into th white m the -
any prove a servants alto- new red sandstone. There is ot .
"Yes But the 1.ordhas planted
t gether too much, received double that. hollow in one end, but no money. The enough of architecture in bill hEre grace, lasfc ca1O o lin The cedars Lb0 :
a snipe's
hi own perceptions one day from Go's made His' glories known, .
degree
depend "And And Kill tho -
great the East by expccss a he was. counting it on the bed?" other end was solid. I climed over it or a to confound all the universities (.f are b S1t huce an& -
pack: of lft Heavenly peace be -
ige .
let him hold the money "Yes. and Musicians have tried with bars and found al d w tei" .
upon hi Runoundings amounting to $14,000. Mie had been passed around it, and had just discovered I And there aloa place, the ,continents will .
,
of one hand in a barrel o j ice wa the habit of sending her butler to the "Til bet he was a robber." a hollow which had been the clefs and to represent the robin.the One muic of the nightingale '111 world ba tried ti comfort you. Yo rent asunder, and the twi'< hemispheres b \ ,. -
of the first
bg1 those of the other in a bowl of bank to make deposits for her, and )[ay be, but he was off early in the base of a big limb, when I got a blow on that a child notices the swallow at things the l(! a parent A friend came in and sad: xptn like a top in Jhe fury of the last gala. 1
,
now i Well, that is The wild beasts of the forest in 'a
Well the to law of affflght.willcome
and neck which
then morning. so Tom-here's rolled according
to draw me over and over eaves of the house while a
long grandfathercomes
water u hot as he can bear it, for money on her written the train." for ten feet. out with that your father should expire" Any com to the cliffs and leap off in onava**
gay crder. He had been with her -j Before I could get up a handful of crumbsto fort that. Irtnohe of terror. The dead of .
for several i None. You lost your little will come oat -. ,
one minute, and then plunge both hands year* as a sort of man of all work in the The one who had seen someone count- Lane was upon me. He was a good deal the fee air I'the Christ snowbirds.in His"Behold the fowls of chiM. Somebody came in and said: "Well, thoir srpulcbres to look at.tha scene, and all

into a third bowl of water at the temperature louse, and she had found him ing money was going west by my train. the larger and stouter man. but he could Isaiah,, forward to great the sermon time when, and perhaps if the child bad live it might have I those who rejected Chrigt must die. Know -' .- .:
strictly
and not hold still. I could looking turned out badly." Ant comfort inC that that day"is coming, would not "
honest. schemed me roll under any
She toget a seat with him and there would bo multitude hore
of an ordinary gave him the to de a great of I ..
people .
.
livinj room. money draw him and while that! None at alL t your prop- I be A coward -if standing here I .
his .in
This water will be cold to one hand and posit without a fear of his being tempted him out. He was a porter at one to object seemed to be is coming reminded toibrist of and coming to the clurh, i. A friend came in and said: d i'! not tell you cf .it? Tha probability '! "- ;
He was not fen after he left the house. of the hotels in Portage; and he had seena cutch my throat, I gave him two good a flock of pigeons I "'% eli, it only shows that riches are !* that many of ns wiHsleerkthe -J -1

: hot t the other. It; i an amusing! and He did not {.o to the bank, and for tlm guest answering Lane's description : the face ant got to my feet. ., a trying coop, ant get then into all the those window pigeons of the together I. very uncertin." You knew that before. last sleep near each; other in the .- .
e I Not a word either tl coop, No is miserable of the (lead, how would I feel if .
instructive experiment. or four days .Mrs. Pierce and others counting such a lot of money that it covered was spoken by of us. and he cries out in the words of text:: cOmfort quackery when gardens '
I 1! We stood for my I the world tries to souL But here ou resurredtimi morn wtienl come up at the ,
half the bed. a moment for "Who
gasping cOlfor
labored The hud these that
norter
under the h.1i.f ho iai I are fly cloud, and as I
thlt. ----- --- m.iA u I I Christ and God, 1 should hear voice .
I comes took ca'l of
breath and then says: your ttiy your
he
his observations rushed at like the doves to their windows
been
robbed ; d. through the me in : prop .
and keyhole of that fi'om lot hi the last resting
: Dr. Brown-Se-iuard is quoted mt1i The hunt for erty you might appreciate saying an joining
Maying his dtad the door, and, being ashamed of himself : enraged bull, and we both clinched. He This i a memorable day in Brooklyn TaL "You toltf his
body was going on when I < Ou Heavenly treasures:I took physical health that plact t never me ti : jt igthtmgh -.* '
that one his only to harden the neck and reached .Milwaukee. had hesitated to go to the landlord. The j i imm handled me almost as if I had been a day ernacle.we haul it other in. days Ou other we drop the net send; to yon might better appreciate spiritual health;I your neglect I am onpreparedr for .: -

feet and their sensitiveness to The had: arrived without but i i boy, and it wasn't over a minute beforewe out invitations to the days we took your loved ones for I had a better and fhisf Oh I cannot steel my nerves for sncb .. -
destroy name of the butler was John baggage, King's party; to-day brighter place for them, and I a consteraatlon. i tell yon no v. except aman .Jf
prevent taking cold. This is dOe by Lane, and he was described to me as a had there purchased a vali eand his nerousmrinncrandthe : feet were on the bank above water twelve we si tat the bnquet On other days we I.I. them at the rate when vou wat< b*torn again he cannot tee the Kingdom -

sandy-htired, red-faced \' sight of so much : deep. There was a thin skim of ice. light the to-day we claim victory .. through." So your soul is comfortel of God.

daily b'owing a stream of cold fir, by one hundred man, weighing ana money in his possession had led the over it, and the man who went in there through our Lord Jesus Christ Men and and the tears are dried and the "How far is it from here to hell!" said a
and
means of an elastic bag, upon t hi neck, sixty pounds to finally conclude that there porter could not live long.In I women who have toiled and wounds are healed. The air sometime gets scoffer ori horseback one Sunday morning; *
wearing a sandy m.mstache. His habits: was a prayed for the advancement ot this church,, shut he dashed Christian deacon
: match match I could hive very dark wings:and they as past a goal on
and immersing the feet in cold water. to bi above reproach mystery th'-re somewhere, although he :boxing I take into your soul to-day with high satisfaction out all withravens'all and when t he way tohurch.. "How far is itJ from

at first only slightly but and Mrs. Pierce indignantly resented hail not spoken of it to any one around got the better of Lane. In such a cinch all this scene. Bring garlands; it is io dark, and the comfort ravens I here to h.1l" At the nert turn of thajoaith p.

.Te a i c.l "ggestion that he my the house. The man had purchased a his brute strength was a terrible and mu kill spirit of consecration -i make the air horrible with their sound,then .' horse threw the rider, and he was ,
each day made colder' until t might have run tage. His object of to celebrate this harvest home. dashed instantly to death. He found .
i of coarse clothes, withhat and shoes. wa, course, t i Christ comes in to sothethe soul, and He -
So did sui
away. the local detective who :. pitch me into the river but I to Oh the mercy of God. People tell me it is a says: "The mountains may depart and tha due how far it wasto ruin without -
stand with
arctic blast and in
c an impunity. had the in leaving had taken the hunf Then I put on it four swift infoTnation church deacon. .
case hand. I held from the match him so that he notion sailing; hills be removed but my loving kindnesswill ,. any from the
The feet arc immersed in water atirst at first to the theory that he had run toward Oshkosh lehad wel was lTafts with choice rigging and vi:ith compavj I' never fail you." fehelter-everlasting; Ol, man on the swift ctnrse of death, spee 1- t.
away. purchased another were strupglinij on the brink, whena lhart and with navigators, and I doom,do to me
He had been told I skllu shelter-in this dovecot of the GospeL inronto.vardthy you cry ,
a temperature of ninety degree and could' reach the to hurry back lie in Poitage, but ha* botte given his i great slice of the bank gave way and tel them to laun h away tell us the ex-1 I But this flock of souls that have come into today, "How far to ruinr I answers .- .. **

this i gradually reduced to thirtf-eight minutes bank in a walk of fifteeu rel hair up as a bad apparently. not only we went into the ice cold water, both of this oCEan of God's mercy. And I j i. the Kingdom of God to-day, are like doves *'Near, vry near." .

'.' having only two or three turns the bottle in his le having firm hold! but ion top. Lane they start, ship goe-to the nc>rth, to their windows because they fly home. "f'erhaps this very ilay
degrees. to make. was at o'cLck in the afternoon let room, by means : i and another to the south, and another tL) the The most of the birds have no home. Winter la.-t accepted time be
_ I : must have had his mouth for he Thy may ; -
and water washed off what open, another to the west, and
soap dye etRDI in clime in another clime. -
he could be in no theysaiou one summer Ob' shou'tdst thou grieve Him now away
According t the calculations cade bya danger. Xo one could be found personal he had put on at Milwaukee.Ianc began to strangle at once, and i I ever ten thousand yea aud after a v i. This year a nest in one tree; next year a nest Then hone may never I earn on thee." *
who worked hard for three minutes come up to the harbor of Heaven and sonfo
was to
scientific writer it had him had given the landlord to understand iu another tre The golden oriole of Germany >Vould that rav Lord Uoa would snow you
requires ajrodigiom seen between criefront the '
the house one Heavenly land
and
the I :
him. 'Haveyou
He there''andthen
save was unconscious when I I stays only three months your fin and help you to fly from it, and
amount of vegetable matter to forma bank, although he was well knon.n. But that he was a hard-working young got him to the bank and pulled him found the shore of Gods mercy;" and it is gone. The linnet of Norway' your duty and help you to do it, s>o that '

the was found in Lane's man who had started out to look for a while I they rally: "Xo shore, no shore to flies across the sea.to get nd of the when the last great terror shall spreal its
room. was as good as frozen. '
-t- layer of coal, the estimate that cue job but he had : UP'I Go.ls neicy.: And then swift an blast. The ha the
There without
wintry
bei a handful of sandy hair in departed fixing liberal of voice I :on gross- two great wings over our world and with -
a use aroused are dispatched from
". it would really take to under the on anything definite. I did not believe my the throne, beak and the jroldfin.h. are all migratory. talons of death shall clutch for thy soul, it .
j paper lavatory. There was an- or four men, and we got Lane to a hotel, I ant th-y try to fly across this ocean 1 hey nave no home Uut trw pigeons tne cannot harm thee, for them art in the safe -
form a coal bed 100 feet thic Th other paper spotted with lather, in which he would go t., Oshkosh. He was acting and worked over him for half an hour j divino merry, and they fly on ten thousand ,. doves spoken of in the.text, they have the dovecot t f a Savior's mercy. What does the ,.

:Lnitedi States bu area of ietween were enough bristles to make a mous like a man who reasoned that if he could befoie he opened his eyes. Then I : years, and they tly ou a million 3 ears dovecot for the summer anti for the winter.It dove in the coop care for the hawk in the ,
'__ a tache. Behind old hide himself away in the country for a and then come ba:k. and they fold their is a perpetual home like the warm heart of sky? .,r
and 400,000 mileiif an trunk was a bot tacked him up, gave him a big drink of wings at the foot of the throne of (.iid, the dovecot"of eternal m Oh,
square few weeks his '
Oo tie which had crime and his identty ant Chrs rt-y. ."Comelnl! Com*in! .
: containe 1 hair dye. hot whiskey and went out and the some one (-I ies out "Have
got : you found have found the and favor "
coat many mercy Eternal shalt thou win.
would the. glory
tons of both be t
being To catch the .i'
.1eda Mrs. Pierce received the money about forgotten. money. He had spent about $40 of it. shore to the ocean of Go's mercy 1 of Crit. all they needed in all weatber -
mined from these fields in 10 o'clock in the embezzler without capturing his swag they say: .No shore, to the and dark '
one jew, or forenoon and she remarked Not a word did he reply as I told him hor ocean weathM : AsictUL torpedo being introduced
would have been no credit to me. He of God s mercy. Mercy, mercy! I sing it:, summer weather sprin -
enough to run a ring around the suih at to I ane that she would have who I who he was and showed -fj
him had several days the start of me and had was I plead it, I play' it. Here is a"man bound, weather and autumn weather. A: on the Austrian railroads which pre
the deposit it after dinner. He waited him the money. Not a word did he haud and foot by Satan, anti
equator five and one-half fotfcwide this one stroke of perpetual and loving Christ What
the table by time got a job of some sort. I sents some carious advantages. Instead .
on at noon, and there wai no utter all the way back to Milwaukee, this Gosiel hamm--r mako him e\er1at:- does the Psalmist sav? We come under -
.and five and one.hatbick thesiantity change in his appearance, but between procured a rough suit of clothes, hireda it was only after Mrs.[ Pierce had refused iugly fiee. )Mercy nierey' There is i the feathers of the Almighty." Our for- of, being placed in position it is 4

being aufcent t supply thV whole that time and two he shaved off his horse, and set o.T on his traiL As he to prosecute him and he was no height it ,annot clear. There is no depth tunes may drop ten decree* beli_\zero. The shot backward by a spring, being at- ,"
had foot with valise in it cannot fathol. There is no i it of trouble fall around the
moustache gone on a large immensity snows may us.
cut
o.T
world for a period of 1)00 2,000 a lot of his hair, ap. turned loose that! he sullenly muttered : cannot AVhcu tarhed to sort of .
i the his hand it was easy to hear of him along cnmIa- a large number of wind of persecution may blow against us, a carriage which en- '
andMrs.
dye, Pierce remembered "I wa? just fool enough to thatno the first
argue persons natural of death stalk forth at
:
years. the road. He headed toward Oshkoshfor question may us .ables it to slide along the rail but does
that he muffled that arises is, who ,
was detective .'
up as he went living could overhaul me. are they What has Home, safely home, in the heart of ,
A novel ice-boat has been 'tented out, leaving by tho side door. live or six miles, and then turned directly -New York Sun. been their character f Where did they nothing can disturb us. Nothing can over" not allow it to fall off. By regulating

Now came the hardest north It was in the fall of the. come from I What is their history t And throw uThe everlasting Got. ia our shel-
part of the thu action of the the
which ought to be of service i Polar work. When year, roads were in bad condition -; go looking of upon this great multitude \\ho ter. The may sell us oat and ourcomfortable spring torpedo t. ,
know
:expeditions. The object of its 3trUC- criminal is you which way a but he made twenty-four miles that How to Lire a Century. I to-day \ "o'inectett themselves with th( homes may go into the hands of can be sent any required distance np -
heading it is quite to Christian chun h, I it in. but Christ home is home
the
o ,
easy cry : ; our a
ton however, is far more pracdcsl and keep his trai but when you can't say first day, not stopping at all for dinner. Professor Humphr of Cambridge, I words of Itext: "Who are these that Hy strangers forever And yet I hear people talking as: to 300 yards. All that the rear brake- i

useful is for the Hichigantentral whether h in New York or Omaha, He went to the northeast for six miles, has prepared seres tables which contain a a cloud and athe dove-' ,to their wndlws: .' though when a man beca'iie a Christian he man has to do is to place the torpedo '
I to the north for ten miles and then information They are laves who have bi tra'Ale he 1j 1 1slide
or that he not be some interesting about; en emancipated put out on a mora though went
may hiding within two the rail and the the -
Railroad, and .is t have a captity of blocks of it is he turned due west, almost on aline with centenarians. Of 33 persons whom he th.'y are -ollelho have enlisted for a wandering in the .iau
thirty cars, to run across the Sfiaits of ter. From you the, servants quite a in different the hose mat.I: 1 a Crosse, and went eight miles before mentions, at least 11-2 males and 9 females tality thirty; they are a:blood-wa-heilthron.tht-yare heirs of inlnor.. This No. "As great doves flock to of the souls windowsnThi that come into the I necessary impulse for putting it exactly -
;
Mackinaw. will be of pecufc construction learned that Lane had always declaredhe stopping at an inn. I had only made the -actually attained the age of 100. multitude who flock into the kiug'lol of : of Go to-day are like dove to where he wants it to stop. It is ,
I Ho
hated the very sight of cities and same number of miles on horseback, butas Others attained very nearly to the hun' to-day are l.ke doves to their win'lows their win "au-e they come in foks so arranged that he doesn't even have '
designed especially to overcome he had lie the dred caus-they ly! low. The darts The buzzard, with '
and be had : to by next forenoon on years. Only one of the persons I eagle up as filthy wing up
the hitherto in.urm.tableobsfles towns, no care for fine though with his beak to strike the from the carrion, is alone. You lo >k to leavu the car in order to do it; the -
quite and : account of the rain, while I had good readie 10; years, while one died at the int 4
s society. He also had sun, and of the the and in while -
a other sky
great many birth fly once a you can signals ran thus be given while the .
that have into weather gained half a day on him. He of IOU. Of the 52 -
allegedage
been encountered horror of the water This seemed to pessons, so high that sometimes they solitary bird winging by; jut the doves
Straits of Mackinaw in midrinter.Ty .. argue that he would not head for Europe proceeded toward 1.a Crosse for ten miles I :oj(; were women and 1G men. Prof. like spe'k against the sky. and appear you spoken of in the text come in flocks. So train is wtill in motion. The whole apparatus ;4I- -

an boat I at first feared. It was well known more and then went north two miles, Humphry tells us that the comparative I| the contour of their bodies, these souls to-day come by scores and hundrel. weighs about half a pound'itrises .
ingenious expedient the ziIV & and stayed over night with a farmer and immunity of women from the I or the stylo of their plum.ige.( If a S'Olt!> ; whole flocks of them. Not
breaks that he had a holy horror of the West exposure le 43 than a.quarter of an inchabove .
man discharges his gun at them they straggler trying catch up -
own anfce are
it way through foe talked about goiugto.workinasaw mill. and risks which men are | s t
read of Indians t subjected high up they do not for an instant with an but solid column.
having savage prairie army *
: the level of the raiL Of
by immense screws at either end| I i fires, grizzly bears, Next day he headed due west, and L and the greater temperance eating and I their course. But the pigeons fly low.change, Not a stray drop on the cheek or the hand course,

that under the most Inverse That seemed to argue rattesnake.c. reached the Wisconsin River at I hamlet; drinking exhibited by women are the fly all around the roof of the house: they lyarounl so that you are hardly aware whether it a sfcecial form of torpedo is required

''etimatd Would called Little Bend. It was on the sixth chief points determining their higher the door. They are afraid of great rains or not; but the rush of an unmistakablehower. for each particular style of rail. The
West. he ,
F the to > North South?
boat will tyVble fo g or day after he left Milwaukee that I located chances of longevity. Out of the ;.C altitudes. They never make any high ': Not the raking up of a few gleani -
the was helped out of my dilemma in a exurions They are like the soal i ings, but the full sheaves tossed into the inventor has also made arrangements ,. :. -
in there a him and he had hen been work ( had been married and had
mak passage one day, at : women I 11 I "
curious I had been at steamboat :I who this day come into the dovecote garner.U As doves to theirndow. Some
o way. II whicl be attached
every whistle to .
//1 trip of nine days ha* been not uncommon office and railroad in a saw mi for 1 day and a half. I I L borne large families. Of the 21* women I of fiod'a men.wantn" nn Ih. of them are young, you have noticed, an;I by a may
depot, meeting entered hamlet footas he had who had been wives S had married before ;- the first time there in order that
: in bad times heretofore. with no success, nud standing in t e on things willing to come feet't of they use their wings is to tly torpedoes, the"S

_ _. _ of the_ Second \a done, having a lew extra (ciotnes in a they were :'JO, 1 at 16, and 2 at 17. Twelve Christ, willing to rawl under the table and into the Kingdom of God. Some aro watchman, etc., along the line may be -
front .National iJank when the
bundle, and it was soon known to theseventvfive of the 52 centenarians were discovered to take crumbs that fall from the )Iater'stble old aud their wings have been torn of
farmer-looking man accosted with Not the shot and milled of the informed of the sending of these -
The nature of the a me : so were they once. they tempest signals. :
has bantnor'ougWy that I have been the eldest children of their
potato or eighty population
What do you say about this bill? I proud; once they were puffed up; once and they Hew far out at sea, and we thought It is by rubber bag
operated a
exposed in an exhibit* cele it's good and the old it's was in"search of work. The owner of parents. This fact, adds Mr. Humphry, they were inexorable; once perhaps they they would never come back again,and jme'

brating the of the fetroduction 1 bad say woman says the only store in the place also kept a saloon does not agree with popular notions that were very hard to please, but not now. They have'dipped thei wings in fountains of binand full of compressed air, whi.-h is fastened .

tercentenary and tavern, and, under pretense cf the first children inherit a feebleness of have changed their course: they have death, some made very creokedcour to the torpedo and with it.
of the potato into England? tn' It was a five he had, and the "cld being footsore and used up. I remained constitution, nr< with the opinion of racing come int the dovecot of God's merl y. as they flew along; but they have moves
woman' sat in a the But fly low. changed their course have come back
on They rememlerthe ;
odi of wagon opposite they
storing' preserving and unS I10'i side of the street. idle for twe or three days,'although the stables whi h is decidedly against years of their sin-sins of b-y- "as does to their windows."' Oh, I shal not ORIEUI-A.LS do not prepare coffee for ,1'd

tato products were shown and$ hisi I mill owner was short of hands and desired the idea that are to be depended hood, girlhood, womanhood, to my dying hour cease to '
44 7hy does he suspect it to be bad?" "frstlng" mahoc. Go drinking as we do. Arabs
<, dark for the manifestation of His purposes
me to go to work at once. on for on the brooding, sins against grace to
i tor wa exhibited in an historic and I asked, as I surveyed the bill. be thought strange that I did course. The centenarians generally regarded God, sins against the Bible, sins against thei day. Praise Him, sun and moon and str.Praise make it from the nnroasted heaps' .

'> scientific collection 44 Well, it >\a* give to me four or five I may soul, sins against the judgment day, Him, Church militant on ]
includiaf maps earth
J at once arrest J ane and have done were of spare build. Gout and Thtt Sultan of Turkey formerly, if not'now t
Praise Him
Church In
who rode against along They remember triumphant :
by chap out home
I hawing the European knowled| of the days with u ago' had and then cut with it. Had I overhauled him en route rheumatism were, as "rule, absent. 'It these thing They eternity.fly low. 1 have hear al Let the Church on earth raise its right hand, has a beverage made ont of the,;, .

. ,,World 300 years ago, and tt.:Prox' the railroad, super I shouldn't across that would have been the plan, for the seems," says 1'rof. Humphry, "that the that in a institution o' and let the Church of Hjaven lowelit right! dried pulp and pericarp for his own : .
imlT to station. have money would have been in his valise. He frame which is Destined to great age where people are taken and cared for, that hand, until they cap in joy aOI congratulation

I!. of potato j owing districftf* the charged him over seventy-five cents at had taken board at the tavern, and during needs no such prophylactics, and engenders before they take off the rags of their poverty and then let elder of the church putt use,' while some of his subjects prepare

; most frequented and rttions the most and his liberality seems queer.." there I had found of the humors for and wash oft the filth of ther abomination, the wine of to oar lips and I let from the dried leaves of
J ill $ I was dead certain from his fir.-t my first half day none peccant a picture is taken of them they the cupbearers of Heaven bring from tK8 a dfcoction .

disease and works onjj. Bub" I had track of worlI his room open and his valise unlocked. which the finger-joints (as in gout) may are; s that in after a they I vaults of eternity, the oldest wile prepared I thelcoffeo tree. For this purpose the -
The that got my man. \e There was nothing in it which any one fiVVy vent." may remember what the institution has done by Him who trod the winepress sine, and

': 2e. potato was found toT. more went into the bank to satisfy him that would want to take away. He had, like \the 52 aged people, 24 only had no for them? And here is a picture of what we let two worlds at once keep jubilee. Oh yes, I' lea ss arn prepared by a process similar

thin I prosaic tuber; it was a sAJect of the bi was all right. and then crossed a sharp man taken his money out and teeth, the average number of teeth remaining WEre before Christ redeemed us.. 'Vewer t I am glad so many of the young have cornBsorsthetIme e. to that for tea leaves, and a greatmarty

tottny and $ to wagon. I want to tell you that it. He could not being or 5. Long hours of in the rags of our sin; and the ou.abolinatio'n of Robert Haikes there was that the leaves so treated
travel
.a hit planted justly suspect Unclean, unclean! Thou 'b- :JH>combined effort for the salvation of tnefeople surpose -
+_ ; ---j.__--:- -__ .- "] country j eople are head and s'houlders that I was afterhim, for after three or sleep were notable among these old peo- now, in the light and the peace and i i---j were allowed to go on in their contain a larger proportion of caffeine 1

t W4T99 the population of Spaii0106' above the average city residents in the days I went to work alongside of I pIe, the period of repose averaging nine penty or the gospl and rob i th.._ &. *fter while were brought ba 'k,
: than the beans.
of observation and in remembering foq eousness of back at alL S.
matter rwere brought
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exercise in -
: Ijjwtched 10ob,900 tend of and held him at a distance. He hours; while out-of-door o Ol.
but at while and thai -- :
what they see.Wen --- ; ; come lo V notion in the church $ '
be noted bD.a
18S2 it exceeded1]( OQO,0-0 tpeing: '' : !IItLIJpJ .Th H. p Tont.( &.. .1.-r r-l m ;inrTrn 1 what we once were.*" t-- :. I .r; -_ t sow their wild A. B.MOLLETTex-Supervising Architect '
,
111 Ja
,,one reas'oTwhyi iThpr u. e' low. Those soulswhooo, si after a while will come .
' "UnUmount to 'a.{nheae 0(;(, per this man tRld the wife, "was Suspected because but I was taciturn and unsocal He among the centenarians of a"drank prolonged exceL, to-day should remembr'tl" O. .,1aotice4 that W out of lOt< )of the bck: ; of the Treasury, says that it is a

4-1Ooo inhabitants every igri- his hair was dreadfully haggled gave me an opportunity to ques- One of the to into the pr _ oats never reap any other mistake to estimate the violencf* ,
year. _
ard then to profit by it. I on festive occasions; another was a 'b'oN ini'iuity.. He cannot -sysow'1 ,the wind and they the
Such .
dyed. botch tions but I t
'I ' Hs all .. 180 "' -wlh rleat
|OO eighty-five years i p hai was, in streaks of black and admitted, behind him, fish during his whole life." Twelve had gressiou-enb'shostin -?,,,. "HoI __ i to keep a train on the amount of damajzp- n bv
ago, red, and he d got the dye four or five days a m..i. I[_ on the track when done, Hethinks
8 on his ears and while total abstainers for life or nearlyso the t ttt >
COO!) been Lord
I and the area under unc., cultL- ." and after seeming to reflect for a God Almighty'1 Th experiencedsteed that if V/ashinRj/rT
"$ ne and mostly all were "smal meat emperor a thousand:years ago'IK'vurt.. -:--L i i .. at the -5n for instance, had .
: has increased oOtoI The fellow! had he asked: fer' frs been 7 -
. I faom 3. tried to nln bush subjected .
; '' which is ._
.- lmn. _u n when : eaters. -St. James's ( : I blooming yet and JntT %o C. ... ,
I '' OOOO acres, while there t .now leaving the city by one of the hi hwav "Wa there any special news ete. centurif atro.' at the foot of the I knows thav><>i.itKetunderfu- comparative; -'--; ---- ---? ---w -.- "l -
but accident had of God, a re I rose was planted which r s hoot strike fire / damages-would not have #
3 revealed his: left? w1ppIits a\R TV bv- ? ; *-
\ trail you ryu .- .1beeu'uiore
'
OOo head of cattle as agaitft Ju8t had taken the tram at a station abdut lie "I don't remember," J i; Novel Preparations For War. blooming yet. You want t stoop dow ,. .bit" in Tts teeth tha momentuflr1sixe. -than half?, if so much. The .
number at the fif !" .I pluck that rose. You to down sistible.: Anl we rejoice at the coming of
h beginnin0fthCnry. miles robberies of stoop s
teen Battalions schoolboys are forming
and murders or I
4 away, he "No
had four and breathe that Charleston almost altogether '
days I fragrance. Oh, for more the young. that Chrit to-day would I buildings 'n are ,
The industrial! populjoa of the start of me. The first move "There was a mystery of some sort, in France. A number of mayors of aron- of the humility of the Ob. for more take all the-Ob of voutli anti make I j '
. was to
Gopl f'wer old the mortar and
has risen from 2,035,000 t40 8, run out to the county stat:on at which believe. Somebody drew lot of money .: dissements are enlisting youths of from .of the childlike spirit Lt u fly low. them into a garland for HLs own blessed very cement j

I : oo and the he had taken train. I there out of the bank, fell into the hands of sixteen to twenty years of age, forming This intotheKingdom brow." In. th heaviest snowstorm that Il used in their construction are .
found
" numbr of manufOt1'3m that he had made many inquiries sharpers, and they were looking in the companies equivalent to the regular mi- of because God also come like doves t their win lows 'l ever saw, I went t s a dying girl in my from the immediate locality, and are of :
883 8 of about they fly for shelter. The albatross -isn ehek on the pillow was
to his dead armed with .
The
for
the northern and and lake body. litia. They are chassepots.One a
13,91. western river makes throne of inferior charactei. -
1 of the a the The seagulls the snow on the of a \ery .
t a _
' country has increased in pro ion State, and hadrfinally Purchased a ticket "H'm!" bib coughed, and that ended corps already has 500 members. have a frolic in tmpt sr and the I Loved ones stood around the cuch cment A. --- 'a '. -

': for Fond The though I did not fail They take their rides home with them, turner the sure dances the tney a could not give her up. They
conversation
the last twe description of our s e t b Two societies of Loa .
fnr
during pleased. But the pigions at the first BENEVOLENT .
ttfr"-Sl him was good, and I the look of gratification which instead of depositing them in the arsenal trying to hold her back in this world '.": ,
: ** was about to buy a to notice the hie to the dovecot, and Father could ,
particularly remarka > ticket for the same place his face. That he had bidden after drilling. northat str not give her u Mother Angeles, CaL, recently received each : -
10 th' and take a train crept over prey, with flashing eye not give her up; and one nearer and dearer
'mports and export tffther due in half an hour, when in came a boy the treasure was certain. That he would i 1 The Watch-dog Battalion of the PrusSian and iron beak and filthy talons come dow I than father mother_ was frantic with grief $1,004 from an unknown benefactor : -f;

f inted to only 25,800,00) it860-- who had been thtr on the evening when visit it sooner or later &dead sure. I .Army is being veiy carefully trained the pigeons, the dove immediately hie t as he stood there. 'I said: "Fannie how d ft hA since been learned that the

have Lane bought ticket. him closely during the day, andI for service. The dogs are intended primarily the dove is with those ,j you feel to-day. said: "Hr. Talma?
been watched Se
:. gradually increasfJnd! who He was a lad nervous and preoccupied to convey intelligence from the come her today, who enter the Kingdom of ; I feel happy fel very.. ,happy. I wish" done- was given by a religions monomanLa -

4A !reach 6,000,000. The jfMeds helpeu around the station, and it saw that he was out to in.spect to the main of the God. They come, what for! For shelter. you woul-t tel all the next who, shaving seen a vision and "
c &plain that he had a good deal of native I expected he would go i[ advance posts body Sin ha been after them. Sorrow has been I Sunday religion will young fol1 them r,

-s! t all branches of tr forSpain wit his treasure at night, and I took I If l regiment and are taught to trot to and after them. You are followed out by your happy." As I bfc the room, above the heard a voice commanding'him to sell

that he should not es- f 1 a tiny portfolio of dis dog when want him to go back, and I I bing I the sb *
t: now produces 461.4000. "Ye that chap bought a ticket for my precautions you you an wailin?of grief wa h and give to the poor, executed the it
', He went round their necks. They are also bid You start on your walk,look heard-the calm, nant voice thit
Fond du Lac but I but he made no move. patches h home cear of
? : eui of wine of which abcV0 don't think he went I I his in utter .
is You command family
dog following.
lying she said to leaving
there replied the lad toPwork on Friday noon of one week andI I warn the outpost of an advance pf th say Jrl a me: "Good night; ,
when t Back home with You -
are in the Iud I began to When Sunday and you, you. goOn we again on the other side tie destitution. A meeting of the directors -
con
COume him. of the next. an enemy night, are/ "
,. question on Thursdav and after a while accidentally you river. On the following Sabbath we gato-
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4' wu1chbutfteyea.g Dot he he handed day. and I made up my mind nut to loose lost their way.v; Two dogs are. still fo'lowing: you and will not go bck.. we.bronghtwhit<' flowers a.1 put them be hal'd. to 'take step to return the ." -
"lC3U'e" anawere& too. after man there is f r on.the aid in all that crowded .
S of him for There were attached to ech company ofChauuuFranL .: every c.sket church

_4,200mIlegilnownojfs 0a studying doW this route, which rck goes, 4ih t*Port-was j[ several sight acres of log 1ou.in the yard, ad"f" Tsuli1- : '- *: .;-.following. -.,; where hegoesthissingoes; where ter W/Qn.o '"e brizht. and. delighted fae: I mone4. to \he wife and children '

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; IZ vival service on' the 14lh and 15th ult. making the name time. jjie"pattern of. PROFESSIONAL CARDS

\; !:$ k ,t i I Is going to Orlando) after l leaving that c-ity. Given under my hand ail r At Highland we met Mr. II C. Cook, -------------.----.-- ---'- --" - '

I BLWlEVEEKJ.Y He goes by the invitation of Woman's Palace] in the city of love ti ,1.4e f manager of the large mil! theme, wl-o! COJIEI L. PEEK,

; : ft kItKE. 8E.&DF0VD.ooNTY T- Christian Temperance Union, audvfll Feb '87. By the King Ilia] .( test: made us feel at home at once. Mr. Cookis r ;
: a NOTARY
FLORIDA. & ;
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L. tM;' ,,' .,. doubtless have large crowds out to hear Uatbemt, L. II. C. iI Rex. of Pennsylvania young and full of life ATTOENEY-AT-LAW tQ'UI' W1K v RP3U
tiA -
r' .I .. ..,.?. .. ..B.JMOORILC. :'ttrVwoB.0 .;: .' him. Sam Small is a first-class newspaper In compliance with the above order, and vigor. He reports business all serene -

I .0 Editors and- man, and consequently can't IKJ a bad L the Flonda RaiUvay and Navigation notwithstanding the dull times. : ,\ 1 '.

( Proprietors. preacher. lIe has seen many of the vicissitudes Company will place on sale Feb. 18th, Starke is now cleaning up, repairing ST.\HKF B r.UOIU I'otrxTV. FKOIUDA.ABSTRACT po I::81' \ St"

'.r. : Starke. JPIa.i. Feb. 19, 1887. in the ups and downs and byways to 1m sold to) Feb 21st, excursion tickets streets, etc. There are few places in Florida 0....TITI4J and Real E- 'ia elVooas: 'Or:6.: '

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It' of journalifcnvbut about the worst from Lawtey to New Orleans good for returif that require so little work to keep the tate 1-iw a Specialty.vWracts furni-sheil showing every Iced, I.. 'I ,: ,

HI8PAPER latDu. thing we have known of him was his I March'28th' streets in and furnish drives. At- ,
4 = bs &d. at 2023. repair: good Mortise. Lieu Tax Sale Judgment. .1 S T&R1E .
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S. PsrUa i Bw majr M U(matfe K>Bpnic4 tot K.IN"wi'NKW VORJGermany ,... tailing on to tbj| peripatetic charlatan,, A. O. hcDonLJ There icing no loose( sand, the natural inchmait, and all matters: of Public I II .; 1 :i1'rA.A "

2, Sam Jones 'j carc clad to observe that L G P. A. soil is almost equal to paved streets. Record & file affecting Titles of Real Estate I H, '1 tlt II'
Florida, to I
I Bradford up a.
and France are bound to fight he his witched off." Arbor Day was kept largely by our citizens in tOlntr -
TEMPERANCE date Abstract..
COLUMN. ,
: I they are,making extensive prci>eraUons. CURROSITT OF OUR LAXO UA GE. and wilh the many shade trees now E ctntfitit m!f i
in the Headquarters for FIRE INSURANC mx.qj V3
Senator Randall does not believe in streets and ]large groves in ,
a orange :
In many respects as foreigners truthfully the Liverpool & London&. i
% ; large appropriation for naval defense, it, say. the English language 5 111 very Conducted by the W. C. T. U. the town, St-irke: will soon be able to Globe representing Co. : is{ )

make a difference boast of her ( in addition to her
e big whose foot the curious one, the same word often having of Starke. 'omfot ,

shoe pinches. so many different meanings. Here is an I ---- ninny other attractions. J. T. WILLS.Attorey ''I WMte Goods, I ', The irrepressible Colonel Gentry hr.s j\IfllIDc-y.
U seem after all that Florida is about instrancc. A sleeper is one who sleeps. .:UHS. .T. AV. ADAMS, Editress.Th ; ,

: aiwell off as California as regards cold, A sleeper is that in which a sleeper, sleeps.A <' Pharmacy Commission n/ Iowa is usual I been on our-strccts friends this for week the making, he as at Law, GENTS AND B YS' HZTS, BOOTS ANDSHES

: and such a thing as drouth is never sleeper is that on which the sleeper looking into the matter of the treniendousincrease many The Colonel i h paper welcome 8TABKE, YLA.tharts L. 'AND FINECLOTHING.:

known here. which carries the sleeper while the s'eeper. ot the sale of liquor in that state ;. represents.iu St-irke. always c

Congress has decided to call in all the : runs. Therefore while the sleeper sleepsin ; "for mijlicinal I purposes." X. I ludltiti Will pwctic* la a .tbs 4ta mi SiP -T I -=----- :::- -:: Ti-i- : -

1- the sleeper, the j-leeper carries the --- -- (rcuit ____
trade dollars und have mnde them worth In ( harlestoncat Virginia, the first n
J I the under the Arbor Day.
sleeper over sleeper sleeper} -
100 cents for a term of three months they I Saturday evening after the closing of the
until the sleeper which carries the sleeper The pupils of Starke Instiiute headed I31ucLt:14AY: IlVCi. W. H. RIVERS
will not be issued again but coined overinto saloou>, the merchants of the place took ,
their
bj Faculty, went early to work on
jumps off the sleeper, and makes the
1 .. standard dollars. flueperin the sleeper, by striking the in nioie than five thousand dollars more the Institute grounds and from an uncouth DEALER I* Time Card

J'' Over 400 applications for patents have sleeper under the sleeper, and there is no than their former average receipts on that shapeless heap of rubbish and F. J. FIELD GOODS
DRY"
t been issued for beating cars without fire. longer any sleeper sleeping in the sleeper evening. grass and litter, the yards have: been converted Pensacola; and Atlantic Kairoad
j And 1 I. ,
In Slk
/ One company have offered $1OOOOO for on the tleeper.0r7Z 'rllKDRl'NKAHD'S WILL. into 1 beautiful flower garden, set t II now d" MU.1 J" : permanently Iiisterlng, KaliUIDin.rAd or AND I Taking effect Aug I.tty

I the best an m"ttt perfect plan. I,-beginning to !be"enfeeble in bodyamid with trees and shrubbery of considerable tar HiinginR. .lwlr bnilt. ; prfet draft :.I LeS.55p" m. .Cincinnati..6,3.1; am \r
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WASIIlA'OTOy LETTER. Hood work and iatif glmmlcc GROCERIES 12.30am. .Louisville .. .2,20am" ,
mind and having long continued in; variety; and beds of choicest flowers, arranged Charge* given. "
q. The high 'aterand floods are doing a moc'rate ELmaC 8,25 a m. Nashville .7l; rn"
by th* p
'I WASHINGTON. P. C., Feb. 16, 1887.To that course of intemperance from which I with artistic skill, attract the gaze y C9uCrCL and Call 5,2o .Birnt
great deal of damage along their banks Ar. W. Corner Walnut Kt., : p m. n rliain..11.05ant( "
/ All through the. Northern States. The: tbe Editor of THE TELEGRAPH: have not resolution and! strength to depart, of pas l'r -hy! anti "exhibit the good tasre ',20 p m. .. Intllgomer)'. .fi.;; am"

; city of Lyons, Jlich., is entirely dcs The pending legislation upon the subject do mark and publish I this, my lastV iii of the lovely maidens as well as the fine NOTICE.Six I StarkeJFlo.rida. :. Lf" 'J,15p m. ,llfiiston:. ...6.44) am A.

continues and muscular ability of the i intelligent I boys weeks after date I will apply to the 1.2.1pm..Xf.'wYrJeaus..10IOam'
Canadian
of the fi-hers tn Testament: Having been made< in .4
1' t.-oyed. Honorable Joseph R. Uichard. County 11,00:1 m. . MoMIe ....';
'ea'i of the the of Creator nd men of the Institute. It.might Keeps constantly in store a general! stock j, am"Going
t excite a great < interest among ,, image my capable of rational young Judge of County of Hradford. State East ) ( Going West.
tt. i
A large fire broke out in the Masonic
politician both within and outside of : enjoyment and; sound reasouingand: beadded thai; Mrs. Sims of Grimn, Ga., Florida. le'ters of administration on C.t1F ROUTE }

I. #I Temple Theatre in Augusta, GL,. on the Congressional circles: The State Department judgment, of imparting happiness to who is i boarding in our prosperous town the estate of William I Hayes late of theCountv DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES ATL.UtTIC" F.X: ") (l OCI.P EX.
.i2th and burned together with the Globe' of Hradford decease.; : This >. am Le..PeniaroIi: ]:
sake of application : l1OOPDl
for the the Starke Institute
and of
is strongly in favor of the bill, reported others promoting the glory: of God, patronizing
Hotel will be niadi- ] ;*, hm. . .Milton. .. .
; the
I of low .
J .and other buildings. The Theatre upon request Which he offers at remarkably prices, ; tO.OSj>niI'
w .'' from the House committee on foreign and knowing my accountability, yet I such was added to the corpse of direc- the largest creditors 8Mam. .Cliatfins. ... !!.20pm

I ,. WM Just out or there might have been a i affairs. as it is thuuzht that the Senate is my fondness for sensual gratification t\r!. Prrf. Looney it s-eems. gave I good Dec. 1). >6 V. .J. SIIIPMAX. for Cash or Country Produce |I'I II i ?,> tm. Lake dfFurniak..S.l8pn:

'), i, : frightful. hues of life. bill is so obscure in its meaning as to and my utter inability to resist temptation portion: of his attention to the planting of ..Iuly26.l879 a 8.'21m. . vr-ryk- .. ..8.10pm

The SteamshipCherokee: of the Clyde require future legislation in order to in that I have given myself entirely to water oaks about the College grounds as May Ldse No. 1O I.i : 8:1i 1 m.. . aryville: .7.32pm
I 9lJJ! $m ( .
pf'.r..7
line caught on fire on her last trip North., terprct some of its provisions. The HOIKI- i intemperance ard its assosiale vices and well as his own promises. lie also ,took .I. 'O.lay O.night F. Meets at ( ever Fri-!': ATE POWELL, M. D., 9'HIII1 .. lananna.n..G,, pm pm

S jut aften leaving Charleston. The fire bill is both clear and concise and under made the following requests: My property advantage! of the day to hive about 150 L 1ItLhI Transient brotherscordially After an experience of twenty yeirs in 10,53 i m. Hiv r Junction. 5. pm

was put out after several hours hard work its provisions the executive branch would I give to the ruiuseller. My reputation orange treei set in grove near town and L. C. HI-LU K. S.invitnl THOM.w to.attend. the practice of his profession has no hesi ::f\I F. It & N. Co.

and the Cherokee back a'out' his .oil Walnut Se.r t"r\'. Xoble Grand. tancy in promising the latest und! J I 10, jp m. .Marke . .2.47am
put to Charleston] not have to hesitate bef jre taking steps to already tottering ou a sandy found I premises street. A scientific treatment to those : m'I'otj Through I'i'.IIiMiih I I

!. ) no lives were lost., carry out its intent. tion., I _ u" F. and '
4p The Florida CImutauqua H the title of The Senate bill which appropriates loved wife, who has cheered, comforted grounds is also the re.ull of 1 little enterprise 4 und A.JI. 1lll1rl'lImmunicalionsSl'COlld Calls to the country promptly] attended. i I. New Orleanli'Jni'ition- ti> IVnsacola; !: nwLile and

a handsome pnpcr published in Cincinnati, $21,000,000 for use in the coast defenses, and helped me thus far though life, I gin resulting from the proclamation of 'c U. E.fnllrlhturta"s Hl'N'TER. in J.each M. JOHXB month. Diseases of females and children A specialty -,I .' t train; of I'il.u-i': iliy! fro.-ichesbe- ,

It' I Ohio. in the interest of the DeFuniak was passed by the Senate on Monday. .ml shame poverty, sorrow and! a broken, hear1.To our observe"the worthy mayor day, n-que.sting with its I ;refining t the citizensto influences. t'\r tdr\'. W. M. Office, at Keller's Drug Store, or at his I twcjiiJackM-ivillc ::::111! IVns'is-nl.-i.:;

11 Springs> Flit.. Chautauqua. It is very has been referred to the Iloii;e committeeon each: of my i innocent children i I biqu DIP'I). (OlIDEK) OF HEn JIEX.OSCEIII. resilience in Ea-t Starke. i* knnPpn Jttaction.o/ Ala.'i tiiTfcket.son ; t !Ilildwin! Tallahassee!

ably edited by A. H. Gillet, D. D, and J. appropriations. It is believed th.it the .Mth my example, an inheritance of ..\ TUIBK No. 1. FLA.-Council] ale at all! principal: ticket

e L. Shcarvr.b'0. bill will meet with vigorous oppositionat : shame: and poveitv.Finally. $ Fires kindled eacitVethmusmlay's Sleep, i I oltiC4lo, all point- \\it and northwest.F .

the hands. of the committee but III I uave my I body disease, p.in: at their Wigwam, Starke, 1"Ia.Tnlll..il'llt : T. W. SWEAT C. SIIEPARD,

.. Captain Jack Keefe is telling a goad view of the public interest that has been and curly: dissolution: my mind to disI S attend. Brothers conliallv I invited to I W.D. CIIfPLEY, Gen. Pass. P..
story on the Augusta, Ga., police force. J. O. I H'AYXKS, I I CelL Snot.
manifested, some action either favorable! I Milin'I lilY soul -that! can nevi r Sachern. -DEALERSIXDKY I
lie says thai an officer of that city was
1 or adverse may be expected upon the bill. die-1<. the disposal" : of that God wh.-e \Vn.i.i\M LAKE. .,
( placed one night on an unfamiliar beat Is Cscrir
Chief : COURT UKADKOUD
of
Hc'onKIN <
The President gave the last official reception commands I Irivr broken anti wlio luwarne ; > COOPS OQ"TT.
and on l being relieved lost his and JFlJEIOV.Willam .
way I of the season on Thursday C\:- dine by his void that no drunkard J
was obliged to get some onelo direct him ; ( i ltLiT CofUT, BKAIU-OKD COUNTY, Fancy Not on Jones ) Attachment. Sum sworn
ing in hQnor (of the army and uavy. As shall nheiil the kingdom of God."- FI.OKIU\. t vs -in iIS.27. Damages

to. the station hou o.-x., ;is usual nf all entertainments where the Watch Tower.Tli Thomas V. Pllrll'I'IIIC'll1nrnt.)i t Sum :Boot: I.TfeDfftudtnt .

Secretary Manning's retirement from brilliantly uniformed defenders of v.s ( .* :'11" al!! other] persens
thecountryitre [--.worn to :} )(!.07. : I
4 the is <> Saloon'* Victim I Owen OWen FANCY Groceries interred' arc htrt-liy requited t.,> appear
.. Treasury still a subjct of much the principal: guests, the attendance ) Iam.-vges: :701.34. and font to the dtinitiation: tiled in the

speculation ii'i.ong: the political gossips. '-as large. The crowd was Yc t. th .uij'i this institution brutalizes The Defend int. ami allther persons ALWAYS IN STOt'K.- aboneniitibil, cui-: ', on or before the

Ai the Western National Bank of which equally as great, and it is said to have and degrades men, and increase I the fl k. and interested arc hereby required! to sippcar; ; -AF1s1STOCKOFREADYMADE l first ]Sunday; of April. 137; otherwise
plead to thp declaration
he is to be president at a salary of $15,000 been even iflore select than the first entertainment tion (.f all progressive effort' immensely. above) entitled; canon or filed before, in the the judgment will be enttred by default.

bas not yet received its charter there is of the season which was I ILl' sulici jug wiiic-h it entails upon women PURELY VEGETABLE.It tir>t Moirlay[ of .April 1. :7: otherwise CLOTHINGJUST I II I Phiutiff's CoUEit L. PEEK.

no impropriety in his continuance in the given in honor
Cabinet. He will probably ntp OIK when; l individual interestvus given to nal grief involved ii out one phase 'of thesubject. Comm [.. I'KKK. 1----
: |KIDNEYS Attorney for Plaintiff. STARKE, -. - FLOIt IDA. 1
be "gets good and ready: and not till tbe oreason: !by I the return of the hostessof If the saloon wrecks thousands Starke. Fla.. Dec. 'Jth. 6. Uec 11. 3m. .a

then. last season, Miss Hose Eli/abeth! Cleveland of lives and homes its victims go to ruin J__ AND BOWELS. The highest uiaiket price paid for I 'S _
'
The final dismissal by Secretary V> nitncy to the scene of her many pleasant. with paralyzed; sensibilities; and when AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR Orange College4STAKKE Country Produce. L I

of Ihe two naval cadets convicted olbaring social triumphs, and for the first time they are rellictmg m.st p.iin Up,1O those la Bowel Complw ,

will meet the approval of every since Mrs. Cleveland has been mistress of who love them they are least e.iiuWe' of *, Sc Headae. FL4.- H. P. CULVER ,
.
Constipation
.. body. Such barbarous customs have long the White House she shared popular ..attention KMli/iiig the truth Tll'lillatlr: whose, Kidney Affection onn.Jaundice, month-O|"'-r.s with St'pt.\ucation t>. ls ChristmasTEACHERS.>(>. and week.continues ten ,1 ;.1

since lost whatever advantage they ever with another. The entertainment habitual..use, dulU all UK- II"Ultit.eXlin Mental Depression, CoDe Contractor and Builder. ; .
I .
lS1. It was a veritable full-les-* parade. The guished Conscience, shame: and self respect Latnd !. 1
POiS is only some misguided an Prof. G. P. You; tfiieht-rof XaturalScienees.an.t 1) specification furnished on
tiquarbu who ceks to resurrect them now. glitter and show of many uniforms combined in the eoir-e: of its destructive woik, BEST FAMILY MEDICINE the Xoniutl! Department. Prof. J. I. Hoi short notice. Job work of all kinds .1 I
kins. tMclirr(>f.thp Cl-issk-s.
Mathenmtios.
with the rich dresses of the ladies, and the hardened drinker will sacrifice t,.. Prof.V.. T. Tiunsun.Hijlifr teacher of In tninitutal .- promptly attended to.QEOIWE .
(
Jlr.
J. Crawfihaw Jr.. has favored
us even I to his and Vocal niu-ic. .l Kln ution.
and elaborate floral decorations: made thing master passion without nn Miss
; with some fine paper shell almonds grown a 10 Household Should be Without It Mary U. Brow,,. tcK-hor in the inten>ietliate 1pjirtnnnr. W. MAKKENS,
scene that for variety in color] is seldom] scruple ot hesitation. But the womenwho >li,s Ellt-u Davis, tericher in the JI
r
upon his place at Lawtey. lie has a and,by being kept ready for immediate use Primary rpartnirnt. *9lGn.test Cora on Earth for P.a JJ I
equaled. Miss: Cleveland held her reception are dorxneil) bear the heavy buideii Wuve many an hour of Buffering and mfar.qnickiy than My other
number of bearing trees doing tinel)'. He of I in time and doctors' bills TUITION PER MONTH. -DEALER EICLCSIVEI.T isPURLPIQUORS- Kheomatim.Sprains. J
buck of the line in the blue room. relationship to ihinu kam: uls are indeed to I dolr Primary ?.) I
the almond docs well in this State THERE 18 BUT : luforiieJijitHigber 3: Ooll I Brii..
aays ONE Cut.,
ou Scalds
l I. -iate
.be The $4 ,
I Mrs. Logan her cou and a i ftwentyfive pitted. domesticity froui which : lniiiifUtul 1Uu..ic $:!; list- of inMruiieut
clay boil but as far as his observation ex party few of them SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR for practice : I"ts..: Vocal uiu-sic s tla>< e hoy.
j I'cr-onlll' friends occupied; can escape: forces upon tutu lt-xsi>rn 511"IIt.<; Klotuti: S. ta-a lessons oOtts; I
tends, is a fail us on sandy lan bi- Art $i11 I tte.25ct .
s.- seats in the ladies' private gallery of the perpetual expiionees so heart breaking I.that 1 o.t Ike |* !.with ". I Z" tuition Ktyahl inoiitlilv. -0- I bottla. Sold by all I

I ', patch. __ I Senate chamber dunng the occasion of so revolting th it th"I' existence :: a 'f"1 I J.H.ZEILIN. fteat Wrapper.&CO.Prepared.$olePreprint only by With the incip.iI 5-J BOARD per wtfk. payable werkly. PRICES i' per cent lower than any Ii.. ruggInt s
The second annual session of the Southern the delivery of eulogistic addresses upon 10ug,1Irag.ly. .\1 the cajrice. pciulance. I r. FBICK, not inclii.linj \\-isSiiiitf and ironing. other house in the city. i ilgnatnnx A tt Uryer & Co- ,
f..pi. .1G /
1/Baltimore.
Go Forestry Association convened at the late Senator on Wednesday. The UUH'asol. I'nnny. nhaiitell' LAND in tiny Lte families. vencheap Country! orders solicited. Price list* (
OFFICE .
UeFuniak Springs, 1 11on Tuesday galleries were' crowded and ionsr before gendered 03-- iii ink is expended upou them.AH I FLA.AT, Feb.H.JEotyt.U 10 18S7f:, ) ii The school. is p'easantly situated, and St rite upon application. : '

February 15th 1887. and continued in the hour set for the opening of-the session thl' todal degradation and m'>litication I Xotice is l lreby given that the followiii healthy.Free school first four months (possibly five.) Agent for LEMP'S St. Louis Bottled DtBULL'S COUGH SYBIP.c

seuion four days. Delegates were up. every seat had been taken. The proceedings of thl position falls Ilol their hl'lll".1 -nained s'tier l bits t.c imtici* o* his Pupils miller is;. ami over 21 )'ea".11I1d anal from I Beer. 91-\Vost Bay Street, : .'

i pointed by Governors of the Southern were both interesting and im The i\'illg man chained to a corpse is i intention to in..kc tinil: proof in support other For counties niust pay, nviiliit rates. : Focte core of Coughs,Colds,Hoane
j Catulouue. and f rtber
particulars, Jacksonville
apply Croup Asthma I
oe
Ma *
,
States. Gentlemen were present icprc pressive. Each Senator more terribly situated than the wives :lcll| of LU claim and I lhit: saul proof will IK- to G. P. YOC. G. Principal.MAKE r Bronchitis
present availed made II. F. York. Clerk Circuit .Wiping; Congh, Incipient Con- J.
tenting the National Department of For himself of the opportunity afforded him daughters: of a saloon's:, victims. Liquor Court Id..r': ButVr.! Fl-i.. JMI Tiu-sd.iv i i Two g rent enemies-.Hcxxl'H Sarsapiirilhi ; ration, and for the relief of CODe f
:1
t >"ttY and the American Foreutry Asso of paying his lat sad. jtribulc to the memory eliminates all the drunkards good! qualities April 12, 1887. viz: Joh-i! G. Kicli. of MONEY. and defeat impure I 1.3-. the blood. The latter is utterly 1 k of suKive til Disease.persons For in Sale advanced stage &

(iatlun. Papers were read and addresaes of the illustrious statesman. reeiiforces :l his worst vices anl.having Lake Butler Flu. lid. No. 9:2: :*. for I lie KJ peculiar medieine. Igttt Price cents.Jutereollnz by all Drug

& delivered on nearly every phase of the But sixteen working days remain to the thus transformed him, sends Mm of E. :vvj & SJ if XwJ.. See 20 T ; S I 21 iitor.s Fortunes iu stix'ks.are yearly grain made and by oil.successful These inv opper-ytniLnts STARKE LIVERY 25

subject..f Forestr)'. present Congress and thirteen home to torture aud! abuse those whom it lie fre iu.-iitly: pay from $300: to SiOO( or mono STABLE.AND Kxperlenrc*. }
oftbe ninuI'M I fnli\vnj! : t
four- : to <
L wifl. !: on rneh Kt) lI"t"Sll't.dlirt for circulars: Ifii Crtmer, on :FtirnitunDealer caf .
Mr. Decker, forvfarding agent csti teen annual appropriation bills :are I as yet i is l his frt duty to cherish. aud protect. prove lu>. ciiiititiiMiis: ; ; ri"Ienee? : upou, and n-li.LI. biirn |pnn.Ite'lltllmteo.t.( William K. 'oJUt I:. Gil.. tells his experience. thu:

.. mates the not ready to lie transmitted Atlantic: )loolhl cultivation: >:iid 11:11 viz: Rit-iiitrris. Iltinker. ant brokor, 3.W and 4'i FEED |For "('t' years I himtried Ii
*-
strawberry crop fQr the entire to the Presi- Bruadwuy N. Y AND SALE every remedy
II. l
ii STABLES.
*. I .J n.1 11:!. I 'ihmumiru:; David I tlteJrmrkd II
I TStatc'of dent. Ten of these it the .. I LOANS. on : for Stomach lUll 1 Kidney
900,000 quarts or 600 acres. 13e awr action of -VOKTIIEK.N G .rge.dam 1'isti, all of Lake Duller. & i'isorir'i but got no irlitf, until I used ,tJ
tween Hammock Ridge and Callahan he the Senate; nine require the action of FLORID.I. Fl. 1 to 4 pf-rc.nt. per annum; months to a life Eleetrif Bitters. Took five bottles and
time in
duration .
estimates thejacreage: to 300 or half .te Senate committees; five have not yet A PI)lug Trip Through Some of llu- S. .C. TfCKKH.*: !ii'ai
acreage of the entire :Latc. Take half passed tlu House, and two have not been Leadlu To'u ,I I''h. 19.v.- I S. Lard Ollicc. IN VES'flE I X'I'S.. :tqi ? i. I tlie ft* Blood Purifier in the w'rld.JnjorJ. ."-
a' ., __ B Kccd. of West '
LilnrlK .
'- reported from the HOUSJ Lcd Stray. .a :: /
We---wtl\M.I committees. ( )
quart. at uurcii icius Jim p.'ia LII'I'tp elt of Tiws-Union:) secure one 'runwick 20-TliaIer Bond 3DFirstclass Bitter.fur .imudfictiie
we have $67,500. The The President's veto of the uFEH\IIIA: X:1: : ('u).. Fla., p. ; and one Irati.11l Ret t'ross bond the next ui old Mandiaf .
remaining half depended '\1 J4. "
: :. February -As your coric. f I. isso. re leiii tiouoL which soon takes place. Exi-ry R Kidntpffi'Ction says: >(thing has 0"
of the crop at eight cents per quirt, and pension bill ou Friday last has since been .<;''ucul, : has been "1 luivc u.ites iu four retlviiiptioii drawinjrsanuiuuly. everdonme so nuirliVoi-d is Electric eJ

we have $35,000 or a grand total of $103.. the principal: topic discussed in political] emit places during! the'i5illllg'erl1lffer.past days I will Regulator! aiul, ;ihviys 1 lld hU.II it t.1 do what ( preniiuin and has of more from than$:iIOlIl.I(one to chance!ift'O.Oi' to 0.obninu as- E Ritttnr.-* So'd' at fifty* cents a bottle by 11
b of circles. is claimC'l; f for it. 1Ii'.last liotle! mmmiii two i Interest ,n the investment and the 15t.'nds at all J.J.KH'LY. 4 .
Opinions differ
OOOJworth; from
produce 600 ] .
widely( th give items fiom V7 ?
acres.- upon yu the different localities. packages; d iiil me no SIMM! an.I were w orse times u't."orth their face value and must be E -

Ex. question as to the probable political effect The town of McCleuny, situated on the than iidtliiiiir. i see it is not put up hy Hams rcdeh'iied as our by United their reojxx'tive States rovernments. the S .
of the President's action. The J. II. Zoilin .': ('0., ant not lii lie, sLid Xo jjovenmu-nt bonds. '
For time Republicans ceiitial division of the F. R. and N. Railio. gemi blanks. fo risks whatever and hundreds .OAI
some past the people of the a of to !
I
wa.te Iltt. woulii be of opportunities of with 'IJIi
general claim that it bni. repemption. premiums
centre of LaGrangs Brevard county will afford them d. twclt\"eightlies west of Jackson- 'il-id to get tbpure nuinp. Send ni'iKinjr from $10 to $100 000-50C.OJi) Lire being: I tournouts furnished at all _
have been bothered with an opportunity for the manufacture of jiile has iniprovtJ faster other nit oniH nOl Illet) haJiil-s with meal Z one of the largest premiums. Si will secure one hours day or night. Iir
hawks aud any AmwI
} of these
on : tl:1 and Xilin I ,': ('o'. Iniii'ls for the next rndcmption. Terms
polictical sinuuf i all
capital, while \Vrap
the Democrats town in Xcrthern Florida Remit 5a : Reasonable
Saturday Mr. G. Gardner succeeded iu for the past. per.) The lictiti
catching in a steel, trap an immense white claim that public sentiment will approveof year. This is duo to several causes; fii "I t, sonic on" In.tlv."VoiirO'.rtServ'f.. installments.os express.U. Balance S. government payable in bonds monthly on ANDREWS ALVAREZ .1

the couse taken by the President. the place! is high. dry and II : 11:1. nthly parml'nr"lIdl'ct for circulars. etc. Starke, Fla. 1
hawk. It is -
quite a curiosity as unly one bt'.tltlY; se- (_AflN: T. uicir.foi'itr U. AV. Foster bunker, 4i Broadway, N. Y.Art --
other of the kind was ever killed there before II. coral the tine school and school system! ; I 1 $113We 8II

thud, McClcuuy is now the Is ('IRCTIT i xiorcua C'jCixv 4niCirtrrir. s IIU
that being Dr. D. K. county se.it; -
by Wilson Mardi Gra. F: \. your mailer. for the JameA Mean -3 S.. .
some thirteen years, ago. Mr. Gardner Proclamation-PRO Boo of Baker county,; fourth the energetic I.lt. :I 5 SH :I 1. I goods Caution in order I S t,,me unake dealers larger recommend profit. This Inferior Is tb. The POI.ICE
Pucuuo. \ZETTE
of citizens; and fifth hut erl.lnalp Shoe. Ik-ware of Imitations which_ securely will be mailed, Itej
intends taking it to the c not least K. F. \ wrapped. to
taxidermist at Res. knowledge their any adJre-.
By King of the Mardi Gras Carni h'Ji.J own Inferiority by attempting t* States for thie in the tinted 1 .
Titusville. It is a bcauMfui bird and '* Mr. C. B McCleuty has put his shoulder 1 appi-Ariti'r :" t1)' co'irt t1-.n t','iVft-iw'ent in build upon tiie rejmLitlon.if tIK-originaL months on receipt f
a val. iieDe UeoMine UDCM! .
tIi ". ., bearl..t.ia 8taap, ONE
I wheel of .KiA.ivei-.iu >- : f :'l:!! !' .j.! : the DOLI.\U.
great rarity. To the Officers of the F. R &'J" fT' 'th improvment. A few such I Suit.[ FI.i., .T.a Wit! : ia; :\;- i-iviii j; 'WI"Ht i i Siuteof' JAMES MEANS'4iS3 Liberal discount allow II
: .. ,
,2i4. ,. a McClcnny! will! make success .'i'au.Lt. I: i j" on1..: :;'.t ..-1 <',< ;t mlent and clubs. Samplte' 1 to postmaster 11/:1'lIt- I .-
In the spring Gen. Loring's remains Greeting: :':t .... .t.: I iloap,;>.';ir uml :'!"'"d. UIMIIT aa- "Vnrsrthe: Bill Address all orutes copies to mailed faee. ,
especially: file; n this (' ',- SHOE.
I when 8Iu ri. tirst
or
will be removed from their place of trmnorary Faithful and well beloved S : ural : s !UI'.1..1 1-7...""II l ili.it 1 thiMOfl4i,! :,!uiimd.iv pub'ished; in Jan- KICHAUD K. FOX. .a-I-5.I'i "I

'L 6. interment u New York and brought knowing that your beautiful Til. GI : advantages as I nutlish'--4! :"r.-i\---ks--._""."i.-lvi._';_!.:....w..r...-\\v!.aner. .. -. ". '1I.r .. ieclF Putton.. rtco. 'Con---.fL.- u." ._- ._'-._ .FRANKTJXSQUARE.N..---- .Y I : "II i1I ei
Route is the shortest. mikf I ._,,. : Ptt u-viUi I tii VuraOiUty, Comfort& -- '
ll""lty. :
"J. final 'l !
Ajigustine
for rest. He quickeU. 1.)1ll! 1Jntli'
was ,'l_________ met one of nature's own L ; J.\'t: D\lEI. \. Awta-ra.net. A postal card I Bargain I aI
1k toSt4' 1It city from North Carolina attractive route from all points lit.Jj& Te -Mr.11 D. Merritt. solhL..y ,i-l.Tth 154.J ,e.A fern tou-i will how bring to get you thU inf'rmMlon in I nsie. Jiil- "I

_J brought to ti..TftUvhen he was but MX to our Capital City and remembeigrcatful l "' and Shoe In any State or This r''orite1tum of Sollngs and Ballad I II -'r.
tru Oto:: ro which I:sj---, KKiVAH i: : \ 1 !) OF i IOOWI'r.,1 'Si. Territory. cotlltaining thirt\.two I
SI j-l.I
- by his parents 'ex boyhood there and. pleasure your efforts. heretotoro bekuockthe' '4- sc: :: iu"mul I- ass0mewurre J.Heans&Co4IZJncolnSt. popular musit' fiI sheet! mudic pieces size.of! choice with com bud :. il _, ) .
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- months old ssed' I in ,1 ":, : f.11 *.I.1! 1\'r.nfl,1: jiiur- plete! Words anti U1u"ic ill z
behalf ,
andverv
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p TVivc and warlike thousan i I I noundsi.1tP1 I \ ubut20, :; ;:%'-i 1:1 Bi"liifo! :>I v. t na. r.n went is finely printed piano I1Cf'CDlpi'm. I 'Ie
-. such visits as his acVyM-ould I subjects 3 ou bCnL,W.l! & t iIuw.v.btir.6'"d. M.( IS' rendering valuable 1 the l.tof :1)i-'i'thor |i ien: 't-r Clhl A. I). It:-i. in attractive COver.upon The heavy paper with a
permit } the
following
f tli' .' titles are
iilirj.r: of Ki'-iu'.nl of the
- career in different,. laod,1| jn ,1".1, aze to patt a> rthl'lr &nnlJa'' m. wistac iu the upluiding of the town. hi:.I..1.! | i-i ;\i..I."i Uyd..1. o'B.C'r.w.> (.ivl. by si".t"ig Fa"oritebllll1! songs:-\8 and I'd bal hla contained in toe f i' lidW'll
iimi'-' .; devotion and Iti i" -i el l 11\0 thtI'.oa'a The D-ar XoUdl1g Else to lJo:
\ .1Jemr
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him to make kep bim in ; ;.I Uj respects, to The IKW couit-hnusc.>. now about conirpletal hlr,111 sotif: tlit ll e a r .unty the Little fif Sollgs.0' Home: Mother. Watch
: community where be was was respected our Royal Person, aud returning them is a: and I hundi-r Joll.tr- ivwarl for tuM'ty th. wi avj; ieht-nvion\\-aty one BUTTON Blue Ki e 'T I OttO You PrettY'Blul'-f'Jl'd Witch: '
good Our CJ
reflects celehmteU
building And l f .... fai-tury produces a larger qoantJtr Saw .. fi f'y8lrtter'The Passing BeU: I r 11ICI
beloved with safety to their houses, now we do credit <"i1'l"n 1""I'lrl.> <> u.t11; see i.iurdtr. ot Shoe nrthl"ir\h't nan any other Kate w- .1 .QI
and on the pla and its Utume factory tit* Why. ; : 't You Till Me
builders.
\i I \ ilt'lol sfss i()ii Jjnu ny 4rh. IKJ'T.A. world. Thou.taiKl-1 who we r hem will toll yo lbs Robin; Th. OM Gardeim Ii.III
therefore ordain that you immediately would like to .,CI JSIY. reason If rn>i.i.-k cl.", JM1KS MEAN IV low the Waving Lu"iens Gate; Hown 1 \ [,
One house alone in speak more of the good 8I1O for p ; Faded leaven All a fi
Jacksonville Flaj' Attest: C'haini'aii B. Co. Coins. Ouy&Ls utia:pni: 1D DurabUl&7. Among the > : t.jJ- = :
proclaim that we have again selected the people of that little 1-urg. but II. F YORK.CUrk :Full lire of the al.ove shoes in Gentlr. Sir n ?JniV< r .RtMies: Tough the Harp .
Ij claims to have sold $122.000 pounds of they are all lot sale I shall Jf.JiruiTI really don't Haink 1ft
"Tallahassee Circuit C mt jut ExoRlcio Marry-
I Qutc' for our loyal Clerk bTAHKEBY I l.ii'fr fie
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subjectsto kind-hearted ,
k oleomargarine year's time.! Even al s aol! progressive that it and 'u.tl< for the B. of Co. COMIX 'llIck: At"iONl the : The IJ Cottage M.Er.lrR..
travel on their .visit to our Capital hallRuith el"a..' Ago: Ia\"ht"lr" Ii
pity would be and .
this would impossible to : I J. G. ALVAREZ. liGMudNig Year :
twenty cents per pound amount plrtcnlrizt. so \go: Jtl1nie in the one H"FPY
this year to witness our entry into the will leave them to niture letter. NOTICE OF I.NSOLVKXCV.Is J",k'zt Fa ,OI''htU"." The Ollarn: : Gate; .d.lr'I"if e-D wp
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tit $24,400. Twenty-four thousand four city und the Mardi I --.. -. -- This fa a Jrtrfn0llT; ; WnisPer lethe 1""ilight. luf: :
Gras -" '-
bundn-d dollars taken from the legitimate 'I "Grand Carnival"to Baldwin does not change much. but we Covyrv ('o1-ucr, BHADFOKD CO rxry, FLORIDA.Whereas and gotten S cullt"Ctiun' of real ,ocal jreuis. I.
be held in the city of Xew Orleans on the genial fluf 'Ir. H-MT- V. Ep1'r.n'Ylini"U'al.r DR. ir. V.INCEN'T. hishep hi the LniVeiT handsome style. Pu!. / _, .
7 dairy industry one small firm in one i miss G. W. Ford. of th- **:at" .>fJ *.V. i;pji.rs.n, deea'ei1.' t.iti st.I'l".tbtolO" 3 u8u111i Smut bought at a music .
email town, will give some i idea of what i the 2-'d day of Febrmry. 1S37, und that I Sorry a we were to miss him. we wish of inidcoui'tv. :,?;1' 'n.rit.ln tin- (ifliiv of tll! : A Prai-tinner of Medicine[ for the ]last bought a jte'b I..t piu-t0s of thi.wuult.l t.(,S; you Sll.*- Wet t ,). L. KKHNE 1-
promulgate a reduced rate of fares for him Couutv Ju.I.. (r si- I lc"iity a written. "ur'-s-I I tl n-ty-nine years the last 19.veaix nt f which I lid as tilt' tJoU.a"t nru.1M a'f..ir.sacrifice ,
would to where all the i. good luck in his new home. One tios of the said ale uust, we to clo: 'c I
'tbe amount 0.11
figures in..h..I\ -titfl. Xotiif our stock
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: nil was in the of Cliica at (
city and in :
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those of our loyal subjects who wish to landmark remains. Mr. hereby Rtven hln!! l*n.n" !uiviufUiiii-any, wLich l.'JE'CIII!; well Will "ton,1! you the entire J11LW! Fancy Cress Goods
dealers are added and all the villages. visit us at thunbove stated .e A. B Chirk nature whatever :;air.t ,..,1 -<:ae to tile the he was CtmZtgu1! ; largely in the trcutiiicntof) 4..t5. lIUU.I..dia.wrap",. and. tostiwid for only t ,
towns nnd) cities are included in the eIi.< time and we who has ben railroad; agent there furmany same duly alh'lu.I..1, in the "fk. of the cbrnuic di>ei.-cs, aiiii in the practice of !}t.M1'Ip.ENEWS. _\d
mate. The amount would be away up in i; do advise' :tlrut our subjects take your years through till the various County llth Ujiy iur July .\,. .d.1rlt.1'. (-:. .'which> or time, artthu.a pro"- Gynaecology' hnviii!; in a"t I led l near )'rac'u-l',CO.N. ". I I !u"s- -phyr- :1lIItIl kinds
route, as your trains lea'c the city of Jacksonville : ..gentlemanly courteous and rata }payjnort will 0-* ta.nl- a i-r iiti!i >rs entitlfd Starke, will open an nllice ill Joii! Brick -- of laaterLif for
the millions.-Exchange. chmg af- to t.I s.> t'-ir : s'e-.t.m '":::1 f and Block. From 2 to 4 p. in. Wfriiuday & 5.s.. i
one-hour .r.
I 8 xrtuJ tb wbo writ'
Inter at larebt
a. in. a more all, the full emlxxliment of the' : .! "'n' ;.-jtuwi'.l: thc 1 of 4'ln.n" I fiftcr1l7c.
Sam Small who will assist the Y. 3!. agreeable hour than the 7 a. in. train of ('Itt tle .t Witts my "' air s.:(-.u. n'v:.1n.1 u I .ii..h.u..I.. .r Saturday Wetlucbdax; each week. lie tuning on GOLD El 0 rr,... t"l! ra..rnrtIai inr"hoD .boa'Jllat..wfJl wor.r.nhe .
< Southern in. .
gentleman. U'e sluismiul! l I CViui'y t hi:. : > I I I6ih. t. th 01._ Wbida
t t .f I.tiiu -. tttt >
I .8.1ti.Ir F> fSST. havial bSfltSLh I A-0'1 *r"'JH to crilers.Vs.4 .
(?.: A., Jacksonville in conducting n'f your slower and less attractive rival and want no, letter model Iota .I .1 :II.:i..,'ii.vn. j I I Firs 'OI-lIilati,11I wlil lie fne, and nil ara.i 11M.. trom$'tG ,cIq. SlIS .. S \ 81.
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:, been Mr.with Win.us mack in the and confectionery wife, who busi have Store Since so goods are for being sold at the Red STItAWnr.URY GROWERS: II I E. M. L'EngJe.S'frYrlp. "-.' W. A. Dell. ;k : T ''t

.- print B .1\'IA' ness for the past two years has sold cheap cash nothing more has Trilby Dais have .lust received n
C4I'1IS.TaJl\. Bill lIeel'lil. bls basinet out been said about "hard times." People large stmpl| iv of the 1 t'lUjKURATKn: 3PirWT
Iot'tter and will shortly loave VIRGINIA"VINTILATII I :: of loritlu ,
i Beading I1mA for us who buy their : : > IIUHYRATKS : I jyfTOH
'Us goods at the Red
p.nd job work ft'lierall.r.fnd old home In Rockford, Ill. Mr. Store AND STANAKD QUAUTHAhKKTS ? "- ".

r:.oca1Ad. In this coinnttyflve ".111 B.| and his excellent lady have many don't for know anything about "hard timc wlii'h they will sell al jobbers ':HENRY A. L'ENGLE, Manager. W. N. BAKER. Cashier .r .
the .
cent*per line. 4utLuiwtntI1er friends here who regret to see them reason that to buy goods at the 1 prices.Rheuniatisu 'J'. .\.
"" """" 1aVe. Red Store is
M" ". almost like finding then. and Neuralgia C'nred In J \CJSOJX-VLT.l.E! F.L l.
2J 2Jarc
along the fence jams after 2 Iaf
WIL.Q YOU SUFFER with a big fire. ._'-- -'-5'- ..... ,' .
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Dyspepsia "'
blossoming' nictj The Indiana Chemical Co have (dUpov j
Pear treeS ) and Lir Complaint? Sliiloh's Vitalizer Tom Sweat, of the New Red Store, says ered a compound which acts with truly WLI DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS RECEIVED. COLLECTlOSj

tn;from tbe North nowtln esun is guafln%(-( to cure 'OU. For sale by that if everybody indebted to him for marvelous rapidity in the cure of Rheumatism [ MADE AT USUAL RATES OF EXCHANGE. I -STL I
The .
than before. | i "vtrs & Joiner. ;(*ods, will call in early next fall and set. ami N-iirtlit. We truirantee it .

bout Utter 'u ., I tl@up l he will open the cotton to cure any and every: case of acute Inflammatory WATCHMAKER ; .::

are good for aa- 'ree fleatling Koo,,, at the Eureka ne'xt market I Rheumatism and Neuralgiain I -,tNI'S .' ..
'fbe pTOItCCtS. trop Cigar Store. The Times-Union season with a figure greatly in advance I 2 DAYS, tlllto give immediate reliefin The Book Store Soth'WKACE S ( J'SY.F1t1MRj S
Largest
roringca y : -'- -, I "onvilie Herald Morning Jack- of anything seen'in these parts in ; chronic Cases and effect a speedy cure. hTAKKE. FLA. I

de1lglat. In 1rce'8 York News New many a day. So it will benefit On receipt of 30 cenin two cent Watche
p1niel 1M1 Star and all greatly the atw ;I'n given to repairing ,
State p"Pere on file. whole stamps, we will send to any address the SPECIAL and Jrwelrjr.to.,Ac. AU work dons .' "
Cologne. __ --.. fOur trop in and spend a pleasant evening. country to have Sweat paid up tin receipt for this wonderful compound I \ at rrasonsble pnr**fur rash. Ensure of fijchr rd : I
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Hotels we all full of M r.jpr|>. >v cMr..JohnDobm It won't cost you a cent. full as soon as possible. which CPU be tilled by your home druggist : : DREW'-1 \ : and Pacej 19.1883, }b.r.l:1 1381-,-Sin d
t August
at small co,t. We take this means of i .
lie1ra every day. __ r It is the opinion of the ladies that a Once upon a time and not a long time giving discovery to the public instead of

w&4 in llac dt store< of any peculiar color would draw ago either a man Buffering with piles putting it out as a patent medicine, 1t.. 5.0. and 61 WEST BAY STREET, '

on Well if filled with such goods as Mr. thought there would never be an end to being much less Cxp IN\"e. We will DRUG STORE : ; A Atr.
J' Sweat
iedD&1Y. keeps in hj' Xew Iced Store. We believe his agony. But Tabter's Buckeye Pile given.gladly refund. money if sitisfaction is not JACKSONVILLE, FLA "

TbcitU preaching in the tlflIIt "urMjives that the goals do have Ointment dispelled that idea completely. Tii ': IXDIAXV ClItMICM.Co: ,. WHOLESALE _
something AND .
flinch every night flow |. to do Iih the crowded state of the To-day he ia a healthier and wiser man, Ciawfordsvilie, Ind. RETAIL. S '

every young-man in- twn had business of the Red Store. recommending to all sufferers with piles, Feb.,. 5, BOOK STATIONERY, PAPER MUSIC, TOYS AND FANCY GOODS t qf.
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jiewlf he use of this incomparable remedy. :

,ja Mw pair of shoes Sunday.kOTuingr If you want to raise 1fine crop of wa- "Go thou and do likewise." All the latest Books, Newspapers and Periodicals received as soon as published and -

rmrkft!I' termelons supplied publishers list. My stock i is complete in every department. Merchants ; .
not have a public vouMfMl goto J. C. Clark's and ;
Why get : Our advice to you is not to catch a cold OYA met Consumers may depend on Getting prices as low MS any Northern city. AH '

great deal to the beauty 'Stake. Some flf his choice Rattlesnake melon if you can help it, but having caught it oidors tilled promptly and accuratolv.Have "
seed also lar increased stoe*- of BASE BALL GOODS and have
j just received and my now [ ,. \
is warranted fresh. rid it :
Cigar yourself
The celebrated Giletto to givfl promptly by using the ever\. thing including BATS BALLS' BELTS CAPS MASKS GLOVES and > '

...at. the Eureka Cigar Store,*: For lame luck side or chest. use ShMnir_ _* remedy known all over the world as ranging in price from cheapest to the best. My prices are low and special term ... .- "!

": : Porous Plaster. Price 25 .n. i Coussens' Honey of Tar, a simple preparation will be made-to dealers or clubs buying in quantities. -I j. L. GASKINS t: :
i will soon be another Ukery in Dents. For sale V SROYALJJ I
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Tb"re I, by Rivers & Joiner. equaled by none for purity and 1 Sorace DreV'V DEALER IN 5:

F rke.t : efficacy. When used according to directions Drugs & Medicines .\
In
cattle rays llon l>owdercondition. some neighborhoods in the rural a positive cure is effected for JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Starke Fla.physicians' .- '
Give your districts ; "
p f\m out of i lit,., tones the country doctor with his coughs, cold, and diseases ofthroat and oi4 -.- -- --- --
lfthty saddle S
bass, and general rusticity. was lungs. Preserlptionsto'

up the yt" onsidered an importan personage. But carlullti Cvnpoundeil it all hottn-day or 3 3at
this Dedicated to M Starke Girl. / ONCEMORETO HEFRONT !
We U pleasant call _k from his occupations gone. When a remedy 5 y-\-f''

L. G. Cone, of Plant Cit/jlc; came Is needed for coughs colds and diseases A certain young lady residing:in Starke JuLy26,1879-nl. -*< I
)Ir. 'of throat On Valentine's day started ou t for a larke, with the most complete assortment of late styles in

to Starke to buy horses.. and lungs the only cure for them She thought to get even with a friend ofa poet V

CUOUP WHOOPING-' CO iII and 1. ?ousseus* Honey of Tar, is readily obtained And in such a way that he never know it. FINE BOOTS AND SHOES FORthe | NOTICE: '

used and permanent relief se Sh weeks after data I will apply to J*
relied i Quietly slipping into a book storeVhiieherbo8omfiiendstood
immediately
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{ nmcliitU s cured. the Hon. Joseph 11. Richard Cflpntyi, VJu S
's Cure. For sale by Ri vcrs t Joint'r. \ as a guard at -4KlrtG New Year's TRADE. Great Bargains in Footwear. < 9 oCth.CO\IDty of Bradford Stare of ; _
Sbi101 e
the door
; One reason why Sweat is selling goods Florida, for letters of administration on .
:i -Dr.: Bnrron has bought out ilMllack's: at uch remarkably low prices at the Red She called the proprietor to help out the ruse, No Fancy Prices. Only First-Class Goods. i the *tate of Joseph Truluck, late of '.': S .
And find something suitable for this vile radio .
'on street and will soon ipen alrst muse. B rJ county de'e-\89.
Call Store is he has .5 :
tore no store rent to pay and t D. C. TRULUCK. -

-lass bakery. can afford to offer good bargains. He They hunted the counter, show case, and shelves Fe '. I:. .87.- S 9 '
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c' And thought they were having it nil to themselves A. L. VON KIRN -5-

Wee dose of IrPilU I1ut1.. IJdlmore icver knew that he could sell goods so ; !. POWDER -

if your bowels are coslte; we cheap until he got rid off store rent. He At lout midst the pile a good one they spit FLORIDA! RY & NAVIGATION. -

bow of no better nle(1i-lne. J now,. gives Ins patrons the full benefit of I That's the cried.one: just the thing, she erultingly THE POPULAP BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE -STARKE. FLj\ & S
I Pure. CaeTa.Gitrn \1 f'RTDUsTI3tL
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committee are ott doing he $300 he used to p.for house rent 1'.e -
The street ___ _, ._ __ 5S .
The book seller, happy in making a *le. I .
the streets this wcckBtark e annually. Thi1 powder np'er'arlf' A marvel I ', \.. ;;.- ... -W. ::_ :.; \ S ,
themselves : Wondered, to see the young lady turn pale strength and wholesomeness.More : A _. ..,
of .
purity, I .'p "i, .
sever looked t) well I beforeBHILOH'S Pontal Notes. Then seeing a meek looking chap by her side economical than the ordinary __ .. ". o ..,.. ?it.;"," .'-' ''I. 5, "

-- -- Facts of interest to everybody and He soon took a tumble. and very near died. kinds, and cannot l l e sold in competition Co : ; '' --r..f ..: -. t:, ''.'. : ..,_-.;:'. -
COUGH and Con?.ption short I I .- =i.L" "t. ., 'i:i.t : .?.... "" t
with the multitude of low test, '
t ; items to be remembered. For silent as a statue there standing on the floor J W' CARDELLTin; J.a .;_,.. :"..... .. ''. ;
Cure is sold by us on a guarantee Cures weight alum of phosphate powders.Sold ,' 1 ".) ;",. ..... .: :
Consamption. For sale by Rivers Afoincr.. Mnil matter: is dn'ided in to four classes. Was the cause of Dollies trouble, this poetical only in (':U1.. lt')val flaking Powder "f i .A :: "'-J'J'n'L1hm:

----- M.iil matter of the first.class bore Co., III' :; W.-ill-st., X Y. 4\. -" 7-J" : "] .
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of the businessmen arc fading comprises He,"this boy from C-," In whom there is : April 17. 'N5.Home. il1. ".1< :- "
Some .
letter 7 '
and
all other written matter, no guile, S X .
way for job work. lh.it: jOi all rigk gentlemen -. whether sealed or unsealed: and all oth"r Near said a word, but o'er his face there came J -, -_ S '''!

but don't it cost you alxultwice matter sealed, muled, sewed lied, or a knowing smile. Evidence Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker SHEDULKIN KFFKLT$ 1))2C .f lS.6 .t i

home?
would at
what It
fastened in such a m'inner that: it cannot: It was a certain line of goods kept and No other preparation hat \Vflhi1ICCt'SS at -- .

A mother BpexkiiiR of Dr. Bun'IBabySyruP. be aasily examined. sold that made A. T. Stewart, of New home equal to Hoo 's Sirsajculla.; In Starke Fla_, Western and Southwestern Fast LineVESTEUX .
Lowell, Mass., where It i i-. i...Uo, it H now, : \ DIVISION.Shortest .
It Is the only tnedhne I 1'otUgc: on matter: of the first cl is
.. :- :iss. York, tie: great Merchant Prince of the as it has been fer years, the U-.uhns nieilieiiie "11.\YIXG LOCATKD in Slnrke. in the brick building formerly occupied by C and I'i'iite to New Or- -

would five to my baby. At alldrutores ; two cents per ounce or fraction thereof. World, and if Tom Sweat does not get for purifying the blood and toning and E. \V\in.ui. 1 respectfully solicit work in ruj line from tie citizens of the town and sur .I'linsund Quickest the Smthwes-t. Direct -q

twenty-five;tR.Morgan's Postal: 1 Cards arc nnmiilahle; with any rich at the It d Store by selling h handsome strengthening the system. Tins good name loumliim; county. All work warranted Charges moderate. Hooting, Gutters. and Connections to Points West :

writing or printing on the address side, at home" is "a tower of -.tionpth abnud.' Lcmkrs .1 ifii.ilty. and Noitliwcdt."a" U.-
Bazarr is full! to overwing and cheap prints and lawns, we
It would require t volume ALL OHDKKS{ PROMPTLY FILLED.JACKSONYILLE'S .
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mith good books and papers, riding cXeptLhe: direction. 'shall be surprised as well as disappointed.This People to print all Lowell people means A. M.tiUl [) means P. 3!. time. '
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miter for all sorts, old or young, ch or Postage on drop letters is one cent per is what everybody says and believes. have said In favor of Hood'sOf REAU. 10.UU So' 2 Xo.READ 1. DOWN.Xo No. 9. S S

ounce, or fraction thereof. At all otlices, Sirsapanlla. Mr. Albert 11 45 a 1 all p Ar Ja-ksormlle.Lv MOO a I 1)0 P 4

____ To idea and Estes living at 28 East Pine 10,{0ji j>:' pAr UaMxvin! .Lv 841a 4O833a p .
poor.CATARRH except at letter carrier offices.Ahvujs give you home ; how cheap Lowell I 1'JpArLakeOtv.ArlOlOa 55 p '
CURED health andwce Street Lowell, for 15 years LARGE DRY GOODY HOUSE. .
before mailing letters etc.. be handsome Sweat's n''w Spring aud Summer "lia.T r Ar Liv: Oak.\r 10g u. 70T p ;

breath secured,by Shiloh'a Catarrh Itned cai ful to assure yourself tint: they are goods are, it may be mentioned that employed as boss carpenter Eric Telephone by J.W.Company Bennett,, :5 COla 15 a ,5;ttpArMa'tison..Ari200p'r JI) !' .\Montl'-ello......Ar 1 85 p 10 837p 15 p -' '
Jsasal president of the 3 10 jtk'ipjir ruljaha!s'*...\r 2 2'7pll25p : -
Injectofwe
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Price cents.
;. fully stamped, carefully sealed and plainly a pretty Chicago young lady stepped in bad a large running sore come on his leg, 140 a il 0)$ ArQinncv..\r 3 2! p HOp t
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for sale hy_Rivers & Joiner. add r ssed. I tin Red Store a few days since and purchased which troubled him a year, when he began to KUHN FURCHGOTTBENEDICT l-i 01 a 11 2>A Ar Ki\cr Jun'-ti-mAr 05 p :130' p
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. The nll AAr JIJ-gaiiii.1 Ari07p 403p
: "*' The subscription price.is only $1D. tu Thousands: of letters and packages: are fourteen spring and summer dress take Hood's Sarsaparilla. sore soon grew 1'1 1M) I' *. I",A Lv 1..rIJDh.k4.r.! (. p K l\l.
less In size, and in a short time disappeared.: 3,>) |, 5 I">it Lv Pel's,i ffII!a.. \rl-Hdp 11 iin >IL
") That is small oouu sent to the Dead Letter Otflce patterns before she shut up her pocket .
the Telegraph. a through Jos. Dunphy,21- Central 1 15 p i u Iv Ho.naton .Aril 59 p 3 15 p

to pay. We would be obliged} if a ft of the carelehsnesa: of the sender, in failing book. She also declared she had never Street Lowell,had Praise --OFl-'EU AN IMMKNSK STOCK OF- _-- bOOr rucal.vlohilr,).. New ri-an-i.Ar S.211&5a -- '. /I .

. ,jb .back subscribers would come u( and to properly address and stamp them. seen any thing in the line of spring and swellings and lumps Hood's SPIn ( fJOOD.S at very res so:il>!ln pri.-* i. Summer Silk. Nun'- Veilins, Satins 7 20 a 7i, pLv Montioincrj. 7 15 a 758p .;

l ftttia.: ? Every: business man should use return summer gOds more beautiful! in the ?ret\t on his face and neck, I tsal'-<'nx, Ui-ne-a'l--Z; : l !I'luoilsi, Black Silks Coloied Silks, \Vlute Goods, brbegcg11utr 11 71.15> p p Ii45 t r"a a Lv Lv Sahdlt1"E v.!" !!;h:...Ar 8 1 -in 10, a p 7 2 20.XI p p :. "j

_ _ J jf in all his cities cf Chicago and Sew York. I which Rood's sarsapaSarsaparilla \ ril;11utr (; mittls, Spring t'.ishinersall Iiealioveiti iiuuiPii \ ..iritiuiu ->) l23.ip I5saLY bjosvt1.Ar: : 2'.511 amp
I Mr. Sweat there is a great VJ of request envelopes correspondence.If I rilla completely cured. IIt's: Beads, .S\\iss IMsjiu, UiUxMis, Parasols: Hosieiy. 8lSa t M p I.v Cim-inniitl.,..\r 1Srt a tf S5 p \
says everybody used them the Dead Letter Mrs. C. W. Marriott, wife of the First Assistant Buttons, Corset llJ "rWf\'ll'. tiiii hainti, Straw 'il0a ldpLvSt.IA.uis------Ar Soup
Mllsfaction in sellinir goods ore the Office would soon wind up its business. I'resh anil cheap family groceries arriv- Fire Engineer of Lowell, says that HatH and Millinery on.iti-t !styles and choice 8 00 p 3 4J p J.v ('hicaro..triO( Al a 7 H) p

counters of your own store building ingcvrry diy: at S.veat's. They can be for 16 years she was troubled with stomach 'elp Every business office, should be supplied Cruid New Orleans >i> 1 OJi'J daily ,
tnins. \ Ilims., Poles Crumb Cloths at
W more like working for yourself an the bought "MI cheap as never was betore"for disorder and sick headache which nothing 5 No. 9 an.* 10.: ilr. .ckUlTHEHX '
with scales fur weighing letters. fort- very :lo'v.'fujun-sand a Iare MP.1t.'tjou. There is absolutely nothingin -
The attacks came ou every
Interests of your cUftomeO'slball injUn the cash.THAT relieved. thi I lino of t I>ry tJoods that we to not kep.| WH sol jet orders be DIVISION
No valuable package should be to take her bed,
ever
lie has tmd lately. : night, when she was obliged they large "-r small. U- S1'E".\. ATTENTION PAID TO OKDERS. Shortest amt Quickest Route elwwn: Jack- -
mailed unless it is registered. Dun't forget and was unable to endure any noise. She som Ule. \\ alJo. Uaillcui0&11.1: Cedar Key. : -

Someroguebrokeintollr. T. W. &rat's this. IIAC1NG COUGH can be so took Hood's Sarsaparilla, and after a time Should ou visit our ciy call on iIs; you will find our store at- Ocala. Lburg, Tarares, Or Inn:1,,and all pmitM
South 'l ton la.REAI
quickly cured by Sliiloh's Cure. Veguarantee the attacks ceased entirely.: trarliour assortment compllu and prices reanonable. A in i.' J'Wf. .. SNo.

itore on Saturday night and ttole' rtral No package is received for mailing that it. For sale by Hiv rs fc JO:1.cr, Many more might be given had we room. SI"| >,UI te1utrtiuut for Chuhuig for Men and Boys also Jent's 4.> UP"\,. 8.4np. No.BEAD 1. \,.3. ','

pair of shoes and some small chanpthat weighs over four pounds except in case On the recommendation of people of Lowell, Under\\car. lli'ia .\rFt'm''ndir.I.vl'.IIIlip 5
T ,\r 1'alLil.iui. ...L. 11.2- .. .' S
745.1 2
---- RESPECTFULLY .> I' a p !
was left in the money drawer. of a binglc book5, a bible, history, who know us, we ask you to tryHood's ,. .UCI aXo. 1,47 p -.v DalJwiii ... ..Ar ):-->_a l.li.a. ( .. .
luekthe line who entered the I
It
was 4 X?.. S.S4"p. Xo. .. i'ui.
Leu than haifa bottle of Dr. hll's lictionary etc.Photographs. New Red Stoic last t Saturday night had Sarsaparilla Kahn & 6a .XrJaclv'nTitlc....L111'.a 83lp :
Furchgott Benedict. 5.15 1,J- a't''in..Ar1.: .'.. 9 IOn r
are third-class matter and Prel'aredonly a ) pAr lp
Couirn cured ofaNeveretIiS all druggists. flaixforf5.; ,
; Sold
Syrup me by fl
no light. If he' had seen Sweat's new 4.03 a *..<> p Lv I.a".t..y.r fWp ii.aaaa ;p
th.tat affection. II. HODSOS,. arc rated at one.half cent per ounce. by C. I. UOOD & CO.Apothecaries Lowell SIas I 1!J: p TwStirh.tr I.i-'pll-. p S 5
and summer gotxls he would .
spring Dollar J_")> a 1'>fi a I.v Wait So.. .. \r i..tip 12.05 a'
!I\. Photo albums however are fourth class Doses One
46 Hanover St., a1timOl. have cleaned off the shelves ou the entire 100 --' 9'itpl'ria \rai'Ks\ir! I'r ..;' p G.43a 5 .
and are rated at 1 cent per ounce. in p 7.10 a Lv ('.K'y.tr !IU> p 1.45 p 5
Mr. Edwards has sold his livery Ked east side of the store where the beautifulnew Ovfr6OOOfOOO PEOPLE USE I I 14T a 11.1 a f.v I1ahurll"r 2.6p 12 ill a $
'i
,,.S nd tale stables to Messrs. Andrffi & Ths rogue who broke in Mr. Sweat's prints were stored uway. When nice, SEEDS R. I. HUNTER THE STARA I2..5ailw-1at.vC'itra..r..... 10 1-:a LvSilVt'rSI'ri'li 3s 8 jo: >p i)..1.43..a.. '. 5

."&', of this city. There ionlyTwm ; New Red Store bays the only thing heregrets respectable ladies' will plank out gold and FERRY'S I 1I.:1alll.UI\IvO'nl.: !. .. ..Vr a.'iOp 2..J5a. '. 5
& CO. .. .. .
D. M. FERRY 10.no( p 'J.i** a I.v WiM VIHH .ArI. ;) i 4.15 a
for one good stable in Star1zaud, alxxit it now is that he did not silver coins and bank bills by the hand SIt tie admitted to both* Newspaper supporting the Principles 5.001'| ...... P.miaotee...Ar 92*>a .... : '
I of a Democratic Administration, .f.v \'
that is hatwc have. happen to strike into the new, cheap and full and buy 12 and 14 dress ratterns at '\ -LAIIEST tcorld.SEEDSIlI.Iii" CONTUACTOU anil RU I LDE1t. Published the City of New York.LLUIDORSHEUME 3.Op.1).Up H..!-.) A. 1 v StCtth.'riJr l.i-csblmrg.. .,Vrt ll.ooa)l- .4li3.....,.. S 4

lamlsuine lot of spring and summer a time because they are eo beautiful and _ D.M.FERRTiCO'SSEEOINNUU. H.Hp.: .> t',a I.vTavatssSAr S4.it5..:'a -
There is great virtue in red paint- m-.a. Dee. >LANS and Specification furnished on II I ,.:.J.I' ".*,.*.Sa. .,.. .1'.r i2iIi .Ca w-. S
Bed is prints and lawns winch arc now the rage cheap, don't you kno' a thief would have ,,tart.4 I.1 work a-sured. 70aNo.! 'j.K,b Lv lrlai> t 1. ... ,Ar 7S4: i ,.t4S a -
notice
a beautiful and ullraclivtcolor __ __ ___ short aflIgod I ,..
of the entire United States of America made hole in them goods when he was Editor and Proprietor. .azm. K.iaily. X :i j11"rI' daily .x. C
Wd judging from the crowded} / diflon a ; For 1887 Edition .li-f j.in>rCiir-< <>-I : u. J an.I i ool..U .
and 'anada.. getting 'em for nothing.Notwithstanding w1Ubemiled PATENTS7FRNKLIN : Daily Sunday, and Wetkly Jackoonvi1oie amid U..131..lo. "_' : .

of Swent's New Red Stoic.fro"1Burning -- FREE applicants to and all FE UNA K I>?N A A X:I MAC f KS(N V I LLH%S..-.-' ., -

until late lit night, draws uer Don't!-If dealer oilers you a bottle the buglar who broke / : --S'N tolastieagoa'acmtomen I I I THE WEEKLY STAR lUtANCII-DAILY. .. .

ttan other i iMessrs. Salvation Oil without labels or wrapr I '-S 8 fl. 4.45 .
any color. into T. W. Sweat's New Red Store List .\ without or. I !l.OOj MtaIvJaeksnncili.- ;\r p .

.. '[ era, or in a nuUilattid or defaced package ________'I____ \ IsvaiuabletOa1i..ery dorm&it. H. HOUGH I' A Sixteen-page Newspaper, Isauetf S..il p N.al.vJacka.imvHi..Ar s.itt a 4.to p .
Andrews & Alvarez L\\.c tle Saturday night and carried off somethingover \ i2OpIC.UaI.vIermmaudins. .Ar ..1;a 3(0 p ?
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don't lourh it-don't buy it at any pct' I' every Wednesday.A ,'
;6e wte) of 6 linrM'S this week and IhlJIVe one hundred dollars worth of his \ ton unng Gar C&NNlCTI4): :'':. Vr r
price. Insist upon getting perfect, uu- dm field orFTowerS.ZDSahOuFJ Solicitor of merican and Fnrign clean, pare, bright and Interesting ,
SS I At iher' ; With; fh'-bH\'lIba steamers for jiSo.itl.
sold more if tbty hid had thcin ,S"; hrot.en. genuine package. Piice 23c. a new goods be has plenty more left and i is trndfarit:.Addrmat. Patents. I FAMILY PAPER.It nUitUaan'l 1 all prn lan.linp': : at SI.-Catherine with (

much for their getting fresh arrivals every day. Come M. FERRY CO. Florida Somthfi Haihur..r lViiirtoii t'errr.
new card If all the bottle. _ _
_ _ _ Brook-\Hli !5,rtow and at Lertlmn
and Detroit, Mich. 9-r. F. SntEKT N. \\. contains the latent news, down to the boor ofgome ,. Ta'iiri.;
of
would ndvcnise like A. & \ and see new styles sprin g summer I with>tt anir rx for Untli.i ' frcbanti fr- WilderueNH. to Near U. s. Patent Oflk-e. WASIUXGTON D. C. to press: tis: an.l Unfrtu( ; at Ta urnn with 1 ?tnrkla Sonthrrn'or .
toulj sell out direcilr.VIT ). Mr. Get). Fouls has just tilled h his |pond goods-the handsomest ever brought IVrsunal attention KIWI to the preparation and Agricultural I lAntf I'irW. Eu"tianJ.:.Jjriat Orlando with
t: Starke-as well as the cheapest. B. AIThSTINM1JUFA'T. prosecution of applications for Letter Patent. I Market, .;:C: l; -. tlui-tiia tUilron for aH pint on their; at -
unOu's .VLIZKUS is wh with the best yellow pine logs acd is ready 1 Ill business liefoie the U. S. Patent Office oteniletl Fashion 4 *-:'* (:'edar K'-y 'SuU Cuir! tteaiirt; '- Company. for -
to for 1I1l"It rllh' ft't'4.Vllen patent i w ( utf-c.':- pu.ts, in,'lu' Tirixm Spring. 1-
feed l for Oonstipitinn. I"si of .\piItC. to give all orders prompt attention. 'ap&.J'. Jones' Remarkable Exper- granted,ailrawmpof jour invention with claims I Household 'i I .'Iai.-e. Tu.-pi.! :tC. At IVUi&au with .).- S ;
I 1 XB liP-- manic and mldress will be published in the Political S ln.f f' il Nortt. " Dirzmefg and all The railroad seems to be still just now. lence. volt I rum >r points
: s of
> mptoms DJ'VP1 tnited States Patent Office Gazette a of
paper I
siLl 1 1 Price 10 11.1\117:: cents per "blc.For May be it will start op again as soon as I No one of our citizens is better known Tin and Shcet-Iron Ware il11l11en rtibhshes*?'circulation this free. und th" only paper that I I Financial Poetical and Commercial, Humorous, and I CIAI; ': STEAMSHIP INE.1i15 Leaves. :

I sal)?hv Rivers & .1 ui lIt'r. I Mr. Budington gets all the timber in than Capt. J. N. Jones. For years the tVXo Agency in the L'nited States possesses Editorial I :=k Fern a ndina "

l' of the road. afflictcl with a serious hurnor. superior facilities for obtaining patents or uscer- I Department, all under tin* direction of trIn.4Jourusilits I Sun .
reach was IH
Capitan -AND PEALES -
J Come round l ning the of patents. sixteen
au-l etle (.Jtoe ill p-itentabihty of the hiKtx! t ability. IU day and
:' *W Lake View seems to l he booming as it or eruption, on his face. Everyonehereabouts K1NL. Copies of patents furnished for'G cents each. I will be found crowded with good things W edllfte .
engravings tb OKarwore. OFFICE AND COO
Eureka PARLOR Correspondence invited. From beginning to end. day p m.
has a haw mill, store and is going to havea doubtless well remember the American vA .
They are tlio fme-t the W1'1': Original stories by distnglhe on arrival
ItvonIeoIt i Well a matter of valuable writers of 5' ,; of 500 -S
at jioslofUcc.Mr. case. now as foreign
anything
you to J. TEMPLE. i train fro
gem. : Jo Fred Chcrfordee has watermelons fact, just read over his own signature 5.. "S. S. I THE DAILY STAR _; ._. ar-_ m Jack ..

i Lake View Success to him, how th got rid oft the chronic TEMPLE'S sonville. .
in Captam
){r. E.V. W ll-ur; ; )iatidymifldteIt.nt growing ,, MILLS'I I :TteXUiLT STAB the news of the&nfBB Steamers Cherokee ami S rio<$e (new) sails 'It-t..
; : nlooklngltfter Maybe he will supply the wants of the and disagreeable eruption : :E'D attractive fo'cntaina"U 1J111 correspondence .. from Jacksonville every Friday a- m. '
Ifltrbh)1 hls: his hand.
STAHKK, }'L.Jail.. 26. 1887. ..ui. (ron litrw.. l.dln Vienna and SKA I&LAKI Wn1TE. ,
the boy?, but ho gets city. ,. I. C maM dable f.. "
"tar
11 he sanjee. Some folks are complaining of hard Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga: MANUFACTUOF .1.7 AtW -1f Offtpou.lcnt. "" ii.Ily retained by Ihs rnandihit and Sa- .
n ;
Si Nicholas
r Times must be hard with our i GKNTLKMEN My face and nose were Between
: !
\The times. S -S5-S S AND DEALER I1s'.3Siwed ,fnniUU thu4atiTi nrw* >y telegraph.ItUCS '
p-S It FcrouiH"'IVetlncs '
".5 vannah. wll -:a ve -
new tot h
fir X officers, for taxes are badly broken out from disordered awl Dressed Y =J. S
county lur.llt 450
bw lU-d Store at and Marki 1 1 Ii\lew s are nnnsnauj day and Si'tur'lay up-in IL.
takes- go off like hot buck 1 beat higher than last year. I can't see how it for three or four year. The doctor were Lumber of every DescrspQuality. ,oCtM' It.aac'.shnUuary iuduesin m. train frtun Jaik!onviH(| afid will touch

*n"t lH88cs of a cod! rusty mo l is we have not had a bridge built accross unable to determinate- exact nature of '. and _yn.M at Brnn"wjck} ind Ilarierij Connects at S
J" <
ul S with all mil! hVand with
)
Savannah
. reamofiti8they arc so bca the creekon our new road that was outlast the eruption. I took their inscriptions Laths Pickets, Railings, r; .S 1ar5e .
lsd 1 Ocean bte'iinliip; ai>-t CiWon and Sa-
rbeap.
r--; The reason why Swel 18 t-pring it seems they can squeeze out without experiencing any benefit. About and Finishing Lumber con8t ,,.,Q',,; 'r"r1W WEEKLY STAR TO State!s- rannah veiMls;l to and (r<'UI'Sew V >ikBoston. ;
. the United
' linJ in S
. nllslIO rapidly now-a- I
"telling b1n ,tI f(r cash r.nd can afcrd once in a while it is true we are way and the eruption, or humor, entirely di>- STOTES.: P'Speeial attention given to i'ilII I .p2.t!'........ ... I "CG-\1 EIH.AXI irSteamtr :' : .
Coffer good t Cove : I CtaMof Tea.....:..." ..... ......w "" \ "
bargains. back in the woods as they say but when appcared. I regard S. S, S., as one of i. hip Orders with Dispatch. I I fThf of TttMjKt(and MJO-rxrra t.,organizer)..13 00 inakes: daily trijM between Fer- ,. "

611'1. 8.MclLie. solicits the he1pi' it comes to assessing taxes they manage the very best purifiers of the blood. Of the !late-t and most pppr'.re-J pterna. WorK I TERM* OP. TEE DAILY STAR TO 8c*- nandin.i aril Brunswick. l I\'illg.Jackson- .' .;. -
Scroll
I I scazu'sI : vile at 8.0? a. m.. arriving at Brunkwick ;:'.r f.
tronllie Of all friends n somewhere near and then if we Yours truly ( 1 lug uten ils of al! kin Js. .. : 00 .' ,
and citizens. to come o I Krery day for one year(intlu :Sunday) $ ni 600p.: m.. conuiclinjr wsi'h B. & W.. -
AND ....... .
PPPertobgii.en at the Red Meii'sV. don't pay the assessment the officers arc J. N. JONES. andWroahl ( Pipes. Daily,day without, six motit.i OC1Jl.ay..one...year.........- IS a 00 SODaily. and through tn-in with Me ptr on E T..

t"eDtQg uf Mai eh the 4th /Thctr I sure( to find you if you are in the county There is no doubt that Swift Specific Lift and Force Pumps, rest j Vegetable and Orange I Every.ithout Sunday,six: months....... a 00 V. & Ga.. lor Macon and llauta. and all 5

1 !dli of luNIt'r > mileage. >Jo doubt when will cure catarrh, malaria, rheumatism: I II S I Addreu THE STAll points North. ..S. -
ui IK, fur he is getting
the L <.1t <$ foi I DRIVING \WELLS A7SP CIALTY. CRATES : A. O. JttcDONELL.Gencml S .
:bi Wbo) "IIC of the drouth ll'ickcf1Nf- I he shares the money in his pocket he run down system, cancer scrofula, or any ( SS and XS North William St. Yew Tork.Iu Passenger and.Tick Aja-nt, .K1' S .'

: otTu'i' .f Chinks it the easiest money he has ever other blood disorder. Valuable treatise Tin nd Inn Koof put en amwhe i: A SPECIALTY. I : Jacksonville. Fia. Jo. SS ..-

I ftF..n X. X. ou all blood diseases mailed free. on application tho i. U rur. Orders fo-11: Gnter.-p! urn-.1- I D. E. MAXWELL. + y
LE881\IGIIT8.! nude. L\j' ti led \\ind Engines for pn,'pin; w.i er i Exciaewt'u& Texas.Great l.teucll.'l1l. .
made 111Ie General Su r
Drawer 3 ,
Co. ,
S 1.11 I suppose Mr. Turn Hagvn, of LakeSide to Swift Specific eoied order. Chun h. lac ALSO FOR SALE i : : .
t tcniLlc tto VOl'\ th Et (0 ex .itUlPn! has |wen c*u!>e Un the -
r c\lugh. hi1ogh.IiP.1'ftht is married this time to Miss Jennie .Atlanta Ga. orj' m d SchiM.1 B:i.* fr ile at a bar,.a n. vicinity of Pjri9, T-xI.v remarkable S "

I.lJ' for J'ou. For sile I hy Idftrli Best wishes to them recovery of M r. .. K. Corlev. who was .
.'Joiuti. Colman. ; i 'I so helnle! he ,'ouid not turn in |MX{, or
R. T. i Ben Jones was a capital fellow Wholesale Pricesi'1 ,8i f ] \ 'bI\I I I rni his hpxtl ,\'enoll..lv-laM b" was HAUSTINI : '

: Sinal;; a )&lh -iIl1oc1f 1 tJt.IOntrUIIIts all our business_ houses in town would That But be his was friends so confoundedly all forsook him.tallow Stoat\ 1 i ilinsr!e uf Oinsuinp'ion.; .A trial bottle ol ,fr

if New l>iverv wnKent 1u.I .
Hr.
Kind's
rontiic1cI1L1,1r t.uWILrll E'en his sweet heart she shook him, h.. ilr ted frJ ''erne assort rn'-n' I -DEALER I'V ;
bit II/ttta.c printer's ink like the New Red bellow. co I Filulillrfln..f.! I lie l nal"t H laree liottleami 5. :
ernWtl! flf spread Which made poor Ben loudly of o) a d.l elt; g.\-h':1 i o wn ,. > Pill, S
"f. JI'CIllle thti a 1 l-t'X ( Hr. Kiit;N N w I.lfe. ; Fine Medial WliisklesBran.hIesWine ; "
,.,e II1uu.ir'HJ.. II/ ale Hed drfIUl Store. the TKLEUIUPII would have a Now cn bad a friend named McQum t i o e-. i.tt:'. 1 1:1' 0\:. p epa t'l'o fclat ACRES m' LAND i I bv tho! tulle liti hail l taken tw.mboi"sPills ol ('tzars. Etc. All ort1er from abroad .1.S -
i't'1' d i'tMi-i-ie-1 t .
bO"ltictlr boom all the lime among the merchants Who loW him to take o u i V g > onnihiD ami two bottles the IMncoveVy, he HO!'cited and itroinptly attend to. .'.' 2 21.tllsrltFtr
how Bt
th t an jorui n .
to pleH&o a<-i.iib i .. '
has BEANS, \\,1!! "I hail nined in flesh '
thirty-
al" printer no heart to blow \\.is ; j I
P"'ft"lng But tho poor pink posey t e cit f ; as
( ( pilUte to And nowbe'.as rosy, any Suitable for Orange "\* | "it>uN.Trlil I oJ". S

Jom'ItIIil'fUclltl like tra i, when there illllll..tnt and nothing to And has married a womaa of means ,...."." .t. n h..v.' .......n.l. of I H n) acres ami uj, as ,may l)wanted I H Iii, s \rtJ.-'o.r.1 Hi-i-orery for' sXTABKE: FLA- : ... ;
} they to
Come. Ittus all unite will clear tbe complexion 1 t.oll.. tree nt J. J. K( 2.1 '
-.a Jle wntf "h" our Bile Beans :nan! n" FlziTh.Il.tSO-tp. So, 1r' -\ :tUi.livu -lly. S. t ". n, : S
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4 .' f'' .. ADYEf' 'ATE$" .. :.1:: .AGRic L'U R L; I other found to and do different better stored'soil' here For than familyuse in *OIAS1VORL1STPLEASANT Heaped upon SHAMEFUL a Noted _ABUSE for Hi" A Washington letter to the Boston C SI ; LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8*

t.1L -ii-wi .w 4; im I t.- it, would be an vantage if it could Open I Eoalsbm.n Traveler says: The smallest man in Congress :IU -r4aa VEGETABLE COMPOUND }j

I.........$1 '1 50 --r.! FOR I. is General Wheeler, of Alabama .# wninm .
t 0 It.O TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE by sufficiently protectedjust where it LITERATURE WM. ED. ROBSOJT, M. D.,I*. R S. M
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........ .... 60 12.0'| CO tlOI2OOl41OO .....TO FARM AND GARDEN. grew, diging and packing away FEMININE READERS. K:. Q. C. P. I., late of the Navy, Wheeler is a little fellow falls down a long,. : d ANY WOMAN Ii

..,1....... 4 0 1800wool 1 18 > ,. elsewhere. And this can'easily be done -- Egld. has got into professional trouble cray beard and hair that almost a Suffering from Kidney Dl*-'
..:. .... 100.IS 0 *1 5Q 00L500Q t+ the following open letter t the to his shoulders. He was one of the .da A ae or from troubles
O '...T'v The Uses or Straw. by setting up boards along and two feet The Girls That Are Wanted. editor of the London family Doctor: the Confederate side e I I cUlartoher"L '

tacn Ten tub centi a line for the tnt and flr.C nU for' -"The rilue from the row, and filling in the space The girls that are wanted are good girls- "I believe it t b the duty of every physician bravest officers on and at lit furpost it {!tlv/tr the legiiimaU 'ati.V t
hpecial*rate eminent for Iaertlon of straw is too little taken between with leaves, or other litter, to Good gills from th<> heart to the lips; to make any means or remedy of "the late unpleasantness, one lutes and t\i,'ela/cJaiizadMajJdomjjjg

caiion at.Um_office. adnrme'u4pU-; ._.' into account either on or off the farm, .keep out the frost. Then it can be taken Pure as the lily is white and pure, whereby sickness can be prevent and it is time commanded the entire cavalry of claim!t.dttknsifndtef"ladies can r1aJI tuli.: s-

says the Farm, Field and Stockman. Too from one end wanted, always returning From its heart t its sweet leaf tip for this purpose I write t experience the South The tallest man in Congressis 1t has stood the l lest of twenty yean in ,

SUBSCRIPTION many farmers seem.to act on the principle up a good coat a here, each time some wanted are home girls- both here and abroad I ask th publication of Texas, a member of the cal pain,prmO.regularity ofseasons eiirpl, bir :i
The girls that are of the may Stewa '
One ......... R4t' that it should be fed to cattle. This is popl b fully six feet three, weakness, .r and consequent nervous distress. 'k
year ... .. ...'11 is dug. In storing l.irge quantities, it Girls that are mother's right hand, warned before it is too late, to measures
ftiX' mOlth..4..i. .. the least importtfdl) of its uses. Its value will he better to bring it within a smaller That fathers and brothers can trust too, that there Is at band a means by which they and weighs about 250' pounds. Stewart Probably ne atlifcr woman in the world receives somany J;

". ;1 Ko dJtcrtmlnatlon In a as food is so slight.that cattle fed ex.clulivelyon compass, but the protecting should also And the little ones understand. may be restored to perfect heat I is wel is a brilliant and &accomplished lawyer.of "letters of ihanks" as Lydia E. Pinkhaa,of t
.n in favorof anybody.UommnDlcatlOn straw would die about the medical wrld, expected Lynn, Mass. Mri B- of Enfield, N. H., :
whom things says
as with view the celery great r
be done a to making are wise kow t
The that
are
girls girl is a "I will
o' *upon all auttera local Iier soon a when fed on any such substance f accessible at all times. That know what want to say; that a that certain disease making it when he first came to Congress. As soonas simply say hat your Vegetable Compound is all
eit solicited from all park). f the dead leaves easy terrible havoc; next t consumption his however recommend!:!o be. it hat Jane me W rUt
for instance the soft word landed in seat iffaoJ"
Ct. A only use That drive with a smile or a is the most fatal, and that fully he fairly ,
-' "- ..- --. -f which is to properly distend the i 1j The wrath of the household away. oped there nothing be done for the su'- he bored down into the centre of a big Anotherla: writes from Ottawa as follows:"I t-tyou
,. : Vfnrral Directory. Taken In. i t hav just
j to-dayight the seventh bottle of
-0 I stomach. The feeding use of straw, wanted of sense, ferer." chunk of silence, and with the exceptionof your Vegetable -
.
UNE STATES & therefore, is only in connection with ,! "Where did you get that"watch1: said The Whom girls that are can never are deceive girls; "Physicians and scientists have long been his work in committee he has takenno Compound ave uce-l t two boxes of Tills and several -

OF.. 'wc: ::. concentrated food. her husband, as she very ostentatiously Who can fashion follow whatever is pretty, trying to throw light upon the cause, and this if active part in the deliberations of the packages of jrour Sanative Wash,and think it but t.

non Cha W.Jones.ZUTOa,PenPc&IL ; But there are other uses of the straw : pulled out a watch and looked at it. And dare what is silly t leave fatal possible malady., find in They natur have a shown medicine, absolutely for House. Stewart is the long. Wheeler the cinei.righ to tel They 1 you law jnuch gr-od I derived from your med- f
art rffu'ar GcJ-tend. All rhe
Ion Call,Jacksonville. of cereal grains \\hichrenderitan important bought it. of importance the heavy and Senator pa
wanted careful that the blood-purifying organs vitl short. Barnes ,
: The girls that are are girls, and aches have air
141 disappeared, stomach is
much
REPRESENTATIVES: integer in farm economy. One l "A pr'sent"? will cost are the kidneys, and hen the thin in my !
: Who count what a thing ; Ingalls Congress.
of these I it for I couldn't fail the which they should itroagtr t-o and I fcrel I n>y!ef! improved every way.Prs. .* :
is the "No myself. they once ,
Frt Dltrlco R. II. M. Davidson, Qu'ncy-' covering of sheds. An- ; Who use with a prudent, generous hand, pin .. loLl by all Druggist
o4. Charlei Dougherty, Port other use to which it may be profitably :1! help it. I couldn't see a poor family But see that nothing is lost take out of the bloo by the blood .
Dangerous.
.
developing
"ehty.are
the body
into ,
O U. l CIBCCIT COI'BT: put, when cold aud winds are severe, isI I 1 starve, and I bought the woman's The lever the witty the brilliant girl, ever. If you are pale emaciated have a hacking X Y N UIO.A.KLA"

Fifth Judicial Clrcnlt( -Hon. W. B. Wood;. In forming an impervious barrier by till watch." They fire, few,,ullertand; "In my hospital practice in England, In- cou;h,wit h night-sweats spittin of bood: aid :
have time
At of OU no to lose.
very
lanta,Ga Supreme Court Justice, assigned. I ing a space a foot "wide between two "Just like you," he said. "You're But obI! for the wise, loving home girls dia and South America, and also while a shortness I'o not hesitate breath to')long-till you are pjut The Great Nurtery Of
.
lon lon A. rare New Orkan., La.,Circuit rough walls of something kind-with and steady in the Royal Navy of Great Britain, in ,
sheds. These walls always cuing my There's a constant demand surgeon cure; for, taken its early stages consump .
be may -.Ve'I'k' I gave a great deal of attention to the studyof ran he cured by the use of PERCHERON
made HORSES
) M. Call,Jacklonvle.U. S. Attorney, Kc-rth- of any rough material, as slabs,, money. diseas of the kidneys, and urinajy organs, ton Med kaIUisco\cry"as thou'andcan

D. trct. Marshal poles' but near enough together to prevent You're not mad, John, are you? and found that not only was the cure of te-' By druggist.
,Northern tf
District. '
the "Xo let me look at it. What did A Buttonhole Maker. but that ) 200) Imported Brood Mares .
ThUip Walter Jlctlnvit 1). C. Wilson,Tallabastep pulling out of :trw by the ; you chronic Bright's Disease hopeless,

ern ,Fe lnmphreIs,Peneacola Clerks, North lnimal. Thus sheds and stables may give for it?'' This sign is suspended from :windowof much kidney disease than was geneiallyknown.and remarkably prevalent was,I who XouTHCiitoi.iXAhas are worth from JlO.tOj twenty to $.Il co'ored each.men Oi CloiceltFa.miUes.
more so .
DI.ict as warm as much more cost "Forty dollars. a Randolph street tenement house: LtRGEMflEfts,
TEIUCg-NORTHERN DISTRICT: : doHars P and the husband be- the cause of the majority of cases of sickness, ; I bre .k the entitlement..shes : All Ages both
ly structures. "i'orty ................ ...... and further that the medical "Ve hal Sexes
I dc flint
JackfOaviUe! ,tint Monday in profession h .J. folding anna an looking : "it STOCK. '.
'aIIMnee first Monday in February.Dember.. The use of straw is too much ignored gan exaniuing it. : no remedy which exerts any abolute contrl I Is too much ir. utile to converse- with \

.J'Ccla. Sr Monday in March as means of comfort ti'-ed as bedding "Il tell you how it happened. I was :. .: BUTTONHOLES over these organs in ds. him: he's as deaf aaa i' '. and talks like he
.
DISTRICT Northern- for animals. Under sheds it should Le passing along the street and there was an "Some time ago case which re- had a m>thtul of mnsh. Be-ies. the'way he .
coc ni District
-
U.8 : MADE : is hawksandepiteisdlsrusttrg. ) break
lion Judge. laid a foot thick, and in the yards not auction going on in a store." :.. IERE. .. siste all regular treatment-which with the verylimitdolplkat of the enga- ment for that; tell him to take Dr. p._, -

J__M.ToL.tlle Calt .acbonU1 less thau six inches. In stables that are ".\n auction' Oh!!' ................... much passing Sage's Cattrrh He i.edy. I will care him .,1 r

> ...Philip W. C. Bra Wlltr.JacbonvUl, Jalhal, Eartern regularly cleaned it should not be less "Ye, I was listening and looking, The little, old, grayhaired woman who !tnes permitted, my patient' to use against mT I break completely.it off" ,"Wel.11 him I do hate he'scini'e ..-.- I .-.. --.5

*'I-Ion.l Jaclnvle( than six inches in tlii< kites*. Thus it and 8 I stood there a poor, distressedman lives in the house said that she made a safe cure, of which I had heard mar\elou re: too charming." Of ( re'ret, i his -C

D.F. C.Vk il. ,Taane.CJ.rk.Middle D'1 will fully soak up 1 and hold the lquidsaDd came up. lie pulled out this watch, gooi living by working buttonholes.It suits In his case the result was simply marvelous catarrh. t- .
Clerk, very the attack was a severe one, and -- -- -
:. ,1aQ.C Penacla Welter retain them while spread: and he asked 1 the auctioneer if he'dauction was a disagreeable task, she said, but development as for an analysis*J Tie Portland (Crs..) iottn'lmster hal a dog

.'.. .. : TERMS: land t be plowedunder.. It takes no it for h'm. He said his wife and that was her gain. Women who spend showed per very of grave albjinen: and granulartbe ads him ti cature other( s. it.
7 cent --- -
.:.Eastern DLyialou-Jackaonylfle1 first Monday in more material n bedding six inches in family were starting, and this was an weeks making dresses did not have the cat" Women and Her DioenneVIs

.., December.Middle .piT1i4n..q1IahaBee thickness thin: less, for only the roile 1 old lamily heirloom and he wanted to work the buttonholes, and of the medicine was singlarand the title of an interesting illnstra'ed tre& e 1IIt4t' -
first patience
., Monday in portions need be removed. The added to sell it. Well, the auctioneer he to let the job out to incomprehensible to me. I I I tise (tWO pages) sent postpaid. for 10 SOO to 4UO .jU'OU'I'ED ANNVALLTfrom
I.bnar"otle..lylonPeneacol. were only too glad stamp- \ddres'"orld's Dapensary: MedicalAssociation.
\ .. ., frt Monday in value to the animals in con<-ering said he'd sell it, and he put it up, and I, an expert at the business. A do/en buttonholes seen anything like to-day it. The a well patient and recovered healthy I Buffalo X. Y. Pcreron.'nnl'l'.alll'el'Or StD.I BooL.3.e\l The"extruded Pcreh..ron III pedifrrw the only lIln c1rata the

._. ) t warmth i* not rrcnerallv etimttedIt all they'd bid for it was $?. The poor promptand.i : brecl of Fiaure pu-e'ivg a ftnd book that has te
the AnorT to
were worm twenty-n\e cens Thi' my inquiry into one egg every person ay fifty sup rt and endunu'mt-nt or the French Government
STATE OFFICER not only keeps animals comfortable; fellow began to cry. 'It's worth a $100,' I and as the old woman was able to work merit of the remedy, and after analysis I I: m 11 onsis consume I daily in the Unitedfctales. Send for.120psse.IO1'1e.! ; illustrations by B4eIBOR.eup.

Governor. -Edward A. Perry.. Talhlleo but ns manure fctraw is valuable principally ) he said. 'Won't somebody give more six ,dozen in a day, the income was it to l>e of purely vegetable character, _ _ _ M.W.DUNHAM,
,
.. .S t1nney-QfA- Copr TIUahule TallaUaa- in proportion to the liquid manure than $jl I can't sell it for that. I've always sufficient to keep the wolf from harmless to take under all drcumstnces" A (illORt Wayne, DuPage Co.Winds

... .. lee crct o'ohn.L.Crl"ford it has soaked up. It will to use liberally had an offer of $1.V And I got mad "Casting aside all proCe ]I L j is amjth but solid realty will be known by -a .'
pay the door. There arc seven recognized it thorough trial, I anxious
a Co..
D. gave I those who write & Portland !
,- .ComptoUtr-W.. Ire.. Talah.eee., in the directions we have men- and sorry for the j)001 man, and I bids buttonhole makers m the city, nearly all that my patients should be restored a 'a to health Maine, thereby learning free,about work that :u125YoarstePouItryYardhija34: : #

*'.'* &dJutaLt-GeneIal-Dal4 tang, ".nanuee. toned, and lees so as a food in winter and somebody !>, and I bid $1 l ) of whom are kept busy the year round.- no matter by what medicine. I prescribed:I they can do and 11'e wherever they Edlticn. 10s pace How to pr Te tilOfi

(.ommillone iand* and Immigration I*.' generally practiced. and linsilly they got it up to $1O, I it in a great variety of cases, Acute,Chronic, reside, at a profit from fo to $Z5 anr up and VOU/MIY UIOLEIU. UAPE.S ._
fleraL.Women's.
)ICeU, Tal&b..e. Chicago Bright's Disease, ('one-, of the Kidneys wards daily. Home have earnen -O ami KOll 1 wrote it asa stateMof
I bought it. I'oor fellow! The man needed. Hallet & Co will .
Publc Instructions-A.J. Kns- Catarrh of the Bladder and a day. Capital not Irattiral HOC and I'Oll.TKY kerplari
in
eel TallaUasree. went off quite relieved and happy, andI Worries.If "every in start you. All is new. Delay not. Pay absolutely taBM'ijniptom* and rmcilieH fur all dhtas t.
Cluloner of Imini ABobinron, Farm ami Garden Xotcs. felt that I'd done deedat stance did it speedily etFeit a cure. sure from start. Wealth awaits every Unit to lerd fur lcz. 2.V. in stamps. A copy of
so happy agood
Taa"I ... -lflon-A l.ay in your stock of seeds for you are ot a ner\oua, excitable temperament "For this reason I deem it my duty to give I worker. Both sex"". Alleges.J -The Core Dale Poultry 1 art!." rontaluln ilIa .
BCTREltB COURT. springnow. a bargain. to the world this statement regarding the' Catalogue aid 1'rire List of 30 rarlctiet FBEK.A. p
*. Every preparation should be .Y the relieved I ponder upon t\\e-e\ lines, fresh value of Warners safe I o lady should live in perpetual fear, and C6CinclnnatlO.WONCERFOL.
Chie Jaetcp-e. O. McWhorter,Tallahnsfce. ('s, t poor chap was ; lure. make this I sufferfroin the more serious troubles that so tjl. LANG.
1" "IIUcel-io. P. lianey,Tullahatsee: made before the busy *ea"on opens in the don't doubt it. This watch is worth $1.;" .4rom the ready pen of Lady John Manners statement or facts I am prepared to produceand often Dr. Kilmer's COMPLETE

J 11'In Valkenbnrgu,Jacksonville.rt'BiJc spring. and that was a mock auction, and thatdistressedlooking I : "Certain worries arc supposed to substntiate. I appeal to physicians of apparvhen to prevent and cur
I.AND-U. Lands. to women. The management large know how common and Tumor and Cancer there.
P S Cows that have man was a for belong specially .
no are often capper deceptive diseases of the
Land office, G&neiI1eC.! .Tucker, Register. injured in the knees bedding the establishment. He does that twenty of servants is sometimes con- aside prejudice kidneys, are, to their lay: ONE DOLLAR AD FIFTY CENTS will ray
or
yetting up professional give for a $J Family tory Papr for one
difficult. It used to be said Ylar.
.. STATE UND down, especially i the hoots be wet and times a day."' sidered very patients Warner's safe cure, restore them t' Sample copies free. Address THE CHICAGO I SUCCESS.

Land orce Tallueee I... Mitchell, Com- "Oh, John!I" 'A good mistress makes a good servant,' perfect health, earn their gratitude, and I LEDGER Chicago 111.
slippery.
'
"Just like dear. Always doing and undoubtedly kindness and consider- be true physicians. If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr. Isaic TomD LCONOM.V IS WEALTH
Cooking feed for stock is a subject you, my ation always draw people together, even "I am satisfied! that more than one-half of : on's Erewater. Druggists sell at2:. btte
COUNTY OFFICERS. much discug-cd nt presant, and as good something stupid-with my money. the deaths which ociur in England are I
when in dillercnt The best medicine is Cure for
Though we cough
l'is's
authority as Professor Stewart : tJ'lICi'CQ Chronicle. positions. caused, primarily, l ly> impaired action of the PATTERNS FREE!
('oont,Jud-je J. K. Richrd is reportedas should save ourselves much by : Consumption bold! everywhere. 2c.COCKLE'S
worry and the
W. Epperson. once for all recognizing that no one is blo of the poisonous uric and kidney

tbl'ril AI.llr-N.C Wainrljbt I animals. Men Who Get Along Best perfect, yet I think, by studying our ser- I. safe cure causes tho kidneys acid All that you wiib to nse during the year,

Tax Collector-of K. This is the season when the horses'' It seems a pity to ay it, but.observation vants' little peculiarities, we may hopeto pel this poison checks the escapeof albumen, | by subscribing for

Superintendent County .8boola-R. Wiko\kt Dowfg., M. 1 legs should be well looked after. On returning sustains; the statement that men of avoid the frequent changes which are t II rele\'es the impaired inflammation! and impoverished and prevents blood.ill ANTI-BILIOUS Domorest's

McKinney Smlih.M. R. Ueasley. S &d from a muddy drive wash them coarse fibre, obtuseness of feeling and I so trying. For instance if we have any : ne Having had lore than seventeen years'ex- Monthly.
V.
-4 } 'el and at once dry thoroughly by gen cold-headed I circumspection in dealing reason to think a servant's memory is defective periem e in my profession, I conscientiously PILLS, Containing StorIes,Poem",and other Literary attractions -

CITY OFFICERS. te rubbing. with their fellows get along better than it is a very good rule to give every and emphatica'ly state that I ben able liE GREAT ENGLISH BEMEDY ,combiiinArt6tic,Sientiflc.and House-
hoMtnatten. lllustjat'-lwirh' Original Steel Engrav
Mayor-T. A. Knight. Although a large tree can be tr.ins- men of chi vallo IS instincts delicate order in writing. Indeed, to give more relief and effect more cures by 1 1'ictnre and Wood-
manypeo- ing", Photiigravnrec. 0:1 fine
D. by the of W arner's safe cure than by all For Urer. Bile, Indigestion, etc. Free from Mercury
Ad ) Wall planted to anew location, yet it wi not 'sensibilities and that generous credulity plu make a point of writing orders for the us medicines ascei tamable to the ; contains only Pure vegetable Inn">dlenu.! cut .Clerk.R 1 pro- Agent N. CK1TTKSTON, New ork.I TZ.WI nn-abrr contains order, entitling the
: C. an
"rIPurr-B. 1 Johes. prow as rapidly nor as large as thai whi< h those practice who, never meditating their carriages and horse; and I remember fession, th majority of which, I am sorry } hold'r to tie selecti"n of any pattern illustrated in

'CltJ.\tornly.C T. WiI. M. Trnby, has occupied the same place since it wrong themselves, never suspect a gentleman who thoroughly under- to say, ver uncertain in their action." the a-hioi:departmenl in that Bomber in any of

rmen.ohu>L Johns, D.Rchad.& Tat sprung from the tree. it in others. The gentleman in the best stood the art of dining, who always had "Isn't" straightforward, manly let the izcs aanufacturc'l. making patterns during
1""ell. I Im tar? the var of the valu of over three (dollar"
Use the sootlfrom the stovepipes and acceptance of that term finds Jordan an I a slate beside him at dinner on which he it is." Wo also propose to pie considerable attention to

"THE most peculiar thing I ever chimneys. It is excellent for flowers and embarrassing road to travel, and often wrote any remarks he -Dished to make "Inde, do you know the author the Crmd: PBOBIBITI >s Patty movement as one of
sigh to be at the end of the for the chief. I knew cook-house been h the most important nn journey.He a dreadfully for it
about, Jockey Fred Archer, i young plants. Mix it with water, abouta prcutel writing twenty cents for the current number with _
notce peck of soot to a barrel of water, and is annoyed by impertinent inquisitive- keeper in : family which was unavoid- How <*o! done to merit it?" PattAn Coupon an
.' aid'.aD old-.English sport to a Chicago I apply with a watering pot. ne-s. saddened: by meanness and often ably rather harlm- carum, sudden orders "Done? He has spoken the truth 'out of TwoDollai for a year and gt ten times its Talne.Vr. .

Herald reporter, "was the deliberation robbed by rascals who have taken his being sometimes given for many schooI' and his fellow physicians, who want .JE32JINGS DEMOJJEST. PrntisnxaI .
Cider vinegar may IJQ quickly made, to think they have a monopoly in ws 17 E.14th St.,New York.
: with which he settled himself his when the cider i is measure as the hawk does of some gentler additional places at table. The or- I curing diseases, are terribly angry with him
i pure, by removing the Soil by Newsdealer and Postmasters.
paddle. took less than to a high and bin it selects for prey. The public men ders were given by word of mouth, j' for admitting professional inability to reach _
I rarely h later temperature pouring in the country whohavc had a high code but that remarkable woman never madea certain disorder SEMEOY

yije .minutes to get his position butbenteaiftlget one barrel to another, to bring it of eihic- have beeireonstantly misunder- mistake during the I knew "That a wonderful sensation MI&sF ,- MEN AND BOYS\! ?
into direct many years
more contact with the air. the titled classes and the This
settled there wasn't a stood. The rough and ready class! will l her. When complimcute I one day on her among the publt. uSt! .
jarred dotr of 1> want
A Trench hoiticulturist terribly. you 10 -
liorae on the continent that could shift has M. Xobbe, not understand reserve, and the schemers goo-1 memory she pointed t( a slate on Surgeons and (Queen's College, Cole hich learn all about < 'I

-; f- '. ldmv.Archer had peculiar found that the seds of the finest and scamps laugh at honesty. Even in which she always wrote every detail at institution he was graduated, asked for an to llvrer Pick,, f Out Slow a
They of _
leg. variety grapes germinate more quickly the very domestic circle too fine a sense once. Pethaps some of 'us women have explanation of his unprofessional conduct UooilOnef How

were,abnormally long knee than those of commoner sorts, and that ol tho proprieties) misses its mark, and too great tendency to adore our friends and notified him unless he a re DR. PARDEE'S to Know and Iaiperfections noiCiuard
traction
would
-Th_. .* V&.the ankle and wonderfully elastic. seeds than fresh those from which the fruit have germinatc better society only recognizes surface manners.It and worry them, as well as ourselves. by "The doctor they replied discipline that he allowed him. his patients REMEDY Fraud f ncnin Ilovr tot ij'*

These legs stood Archer good stead been dried. ; does not rare to go deeper. In fact, being too demonstrative, and expectingtoo to make use of Warner's safe cure only Detect Disease|

,* la hard With knees i Of the varieties of ducks the Pekin it dare not do so. It is a melancholy much in return for our attachment. after all the regular methods had failed, m Oily BtlUbl Blood ParUlu.) and when rffcct iiaiae a eore in'po I'54 i.
race.
..f.. .f h pressed stand confinement best, but they are not thinij that the mai who educates 11schildren : Always let your presence be desired, was I and when he was satisfied that there was no A SPECIFIC FOB tble f How _ _
-i' dead against the paniers of his saddle as tame the possible hop for them. U j on their to Tell tb* Age 4
kinds.
iS common They i as nearly possible to an ideal the advice given by a man of the worldto I after Wai ner's safe reover br ihe Teeth -' I

he could remove his feet from the grow very large often reaching eight or plane of thought and conduct simply a lady anxious to keep her friends. so much surprised us that he llre the, hewa above RHEUMATISM, Dinrrent lhittt.cIlthe'y Part / /
(
btirrups, and, curling that portion of nine pounds each, and yield feathers ofa prepares them for sorrow and mishaps. Always treat your friend as if he might letter to the FamiloI'Im'. He regretted Scrofula Salt Rheum of the Animal f .,???..'.-
white color and equal to those"of the What a transition, from the and I that the faculties found fault with his action Ilovy t.'hee a Horse iToperlyf All thta,
ingenious become as
las your enemy your enemy
below the and
legs knee high tho in the matter other Valuable Information relatiagto
upon but Worm
goose. confiding and noble-spirited young man if he might some day be your friend, is a I he could not'conscen- Neuralgia, Ring the Eqflne .">plei ran be obtained hjf

tank of his nag, rake the flesh with The nearer the freeing point the cellar (.f twenty-one and the sobered and maxim that would save much heartburn tiously ElflhlZiocor.!retra .the facts as t And all other Skin and Blood Diseases.LIVER reading*>R obr UOUH.Mhlrlt 100-Pt
hi steels. Archer was the only jockey can be miintained without actually hardened man of fifty, who has seen al ing. Among minor worries dres? "The faculties of both colleges replied that I UGtT ffiVfit&W 25 1 UI'Ju%?!? IN STAMPS.

in the world who cud perform thia endangering the stored fruit the better illusions tranp'ed in the mire. tainly is one to some women But if cer-I unless he retracted they should cut him off, AND KIDNEYS. HOUSE BOOK CO.. 131 Leonard St.>N.Y,

'.; was seldom that he chose to for apples. Heat and light do more damage for all this, it is better to aim high, live remembered that (cry period of life has woich would. naturally (/t'b'rr him from CPM IniffMtlOB sad .u Il.u. mrltlfg from

f. 0 .Jeat I than cold. Alternate frl cling and punly nncl sin.-c rely, and, even at the its own charm I think this anxiety wouldbe agnln prevent practirlny his /Wur"lsiot, and also .Sa efe"e aaI... Ule I7tem.tVAjk WELL DRILLING

do it but when he did you could rest thawing will soon destroy fruit and veg- cost of i isolation, pesene: your own soul lessened. To del'catc: persons the lit the UoyalKavy1"securing another appointment in te 7o no Drurelit ote.toDP.1JJ'Sad Pc It BKCBDT or ix- Kaeblnery! fn Wet is of any th-pth.from 2 0 to 3,000 fee,

1 Assured that the rae was for blood etables. from stigma or stain. Even the world precautions essen.tialtoprt servehealtharc The illustrious doctor's dilemma is certain bottle for$5. &nu uaredby t 1 for PortaMeHorsoFuwerJUihinmMttowor'Water.Oil or(da*.
The dead jockey won many a hard An exchange advises planting docs late justice; over the graves of those. often very worrying: but if they recollected ly an unpleasant one, emphasizing, as it does, PARDEE MEDICINE CO., Guarantied Ik drill tKrnnii with U vpower than any
peach both his own and the other Speciilly mlnptot to dr-I i jr olli In earth er
who hid the their health is honesty contemptible Rochester N. Y.
and ,
p fought battle this manner. I have trees closely, not over twelve to four- courage to speak act how precious to I prejudice and rock 21 to I.PC r bigotry of
i the tiuth. rifl l C/ironicl friends wouid English medka to$4a per day with err ninrhtaerY njinols.. Splendidbasini
>urt/ : loving they probably N. Y.
feet recog-
se feet suddenly leave the teen apart, and f cutting back strong Jtn. The masses, however, having sym- ROCHJST >*fi for U rater or V iimmr. W e are the oldeftt and
n.hi stirrups and putting only j 1lante1l, --- nise that in taking care of themselves pathy with their nonsense, keep on using the GKHTS:-For the past hT been largest Mimif.irturen ir. the hid ,ess Send 4cent*in
crops among BUingfurill.itmu-tl( ita'e n. ADDRESS,
wtie/i he was being hard pressed near them for they arc sparing much anxiety to others.I remedy he so highly recommends and very badly afflicted with
a year or two, and then giving Pastin? Liquids. 1 get rheumatim Abut Pierce Well Excavator Co.. New York. __
well
''the judges' stand and then watched his the ground to the orchard, keeping it The warm wrap may be taken by the the while th3. rich and able depend upon lix weeks ago was cnfne to my bed, and
tribes known to "fast prejudiced! lortwsand die!
Ravage are use order friends ,
delicate in to
horse well cultivated. person spare whenever I able around
was
to the font get was
spring the ,
a glitter j There is fluid extract of t jvo Plastersj
ing" liquids. a while the of Wo's
anxiety; perhaps busy man Tlc Ilulers. Hop
ing steel on the wiry legs of his rider 1 Orchards may be pruned at any time cocoa, a little of which will enable amal letters will take more exercise for health's I A obliged t us crtche All the time I had I ; medicstedfor of
Highly cure
.$21J1eep into the flesh. Xo, sir, from the present) unti th b ids begin to not merely to exist, but to endure sake if he knows that those who love Christian European and paper figures that the the best medical attendance. pain. and thsess.. .5. wonlerfui.tt.rtheuia
.-.. Rwel but the( the work is done t the of and it is even hi counts After one wek's use of Dr. Pade's Remedy Porous Plaster
days
Archer didn't fatigues will be grateful to him for so doing.
seem to have a bow i better. (Crape: vines may also l be !said: of weeks. The Indians of Brazil among its combined reigning families, 408 I I was able to walk with a cane. I continued
PJ Dckaehe, Lame SLde, Crick,
his leg from the knee dow They pruned now and should be. lest the work can perform long journeys, with nothingto princes. If the, female contingent was its use and can now move around Pains.Sore Mueiee.B1ieUma&5Im,
be deferred too late. In the Fa'diiwt Notes. taken into account, this figure would almost without assistance of kind and better In anyvsrI.. The BBST Iaa-
were &supple as willow twigs. early spring 1 live upon but a small quantity of a any am Plaster,2iic.everyw era

the vines wi bleed too much and for ]prepared tobacco juice. But even plain! Polonaises trimmed with fur are coming be doubled. The most flourishing in health than I have been for years. It ha
dynasty is that of
A"DAUGHTER of Peter Stevenson, of this reason is best not to delay this water, as it is called, may have its solid in vogue. the throne of lussa! Holstein;: effected a permanent cure and I take pleasurein

work. nutritive 'I his IS the explanation I Denmark, Greece recommending R FINNEGAN.
i ingrcdi.nts. Open embroidery is used by some it C
tt Oakland Township, Venango County, Flour of is the but far too and OldenLur1 and numbers fifty-three Fire Alarm
sulphur great remedy ] dressmakers on wool frocks that are prin Supt Telegraph, City Building,
.4 Fa., accidentally swallowed some lye employed in ( 'an ad a to check mildew ou 'numerous for detieJ mention, in which trimmed with bands of fur. I dukes including! twenty-five grand Frnt Stet '

- when she was about 3 years of age. grape vines, but the National Agricultural 'no\ved up" have lived for as The kl s and an emneror." n :pyt Send t Pardee Medicine- C
Gainsborough hat is once more to it is the House of Stettin --
She is 21 Society of Fran in its ofa 1 Ion periods upon nothing but I uniting the UNRIVALED ORGANS
re
now years old, and session tonishinrrlJ It is altogether artistic oval I
popular. too in i Ladle
of --ACt
apparently crowns { Those dull
i few weeks brought into prominence and in which miners, imprisoned 'I Saxony, ( reat Britain, tired On the E*S V I'\VJI EN T e j+tem,from 83.'i.1
as healthy as other ago effect to remain long in obscurity. I Portugal and Belgium besides the looks and feg per month up 10U( tyt-'.*J2 to$V\ Send for Cat-
young another down below! have survived, not ducal 4' speak volumes
re i e.ly, which ) Pasteur ] I Th alOKUe with(till particulars mnl'cii free.
women. of her age. She suffered severely s-iys is so crtectual that the[inventor 'only for days, but even for weeks, until The demi-train, set on to the skirt, is and grand ducal ,cpters of Weimar, Al- ", Remedy corrects all UPRIGHT

from the effects of the draught ,ho\d be discovered if possible, and a ]the'hour of tluir deliverance. The lime once more worn, though its use is confined The tenburg, Coburg.Gotha and -Ieiningen. 'i-: dtons restores and brings vigor PIANOS

-t the time of taking it and has suitable reward conferred upon him. :in the water which oo/cd through the to evening and dressy toilets. Bourbons. with their fortysevenprinl'es 0. back youthful bloom ConFtrnot w niefiol ofFiroilar. ptrlnthvt. on
never The rock and which alone the workers have held Sicily, Parma and &. and beauty. DT. terms, fcen-1 for clevrlptlre Cati'onue
remedy a mixture of milk and : upon Silver-thread'c crape worn over satin t .
fully reoovered Since her third year lime and sulp'inte of 'of a we'.l-known: mine in Northeastern plush for the bodice, Spain. More numerous than the Hohcnyoilems .C t c&raaay. Binghamwn, DI. MASON & HAMLIN ORGAS AND PIANO CO.
,
she lved entirely upon a diet of milk, Iron is an important copper.part of the blood, France lived for three weeks or more, is the favorite ball gown of the season. the Hesses and the house of Savoy '(s S & Letters Guide to of 1D'uj ae} Bpston, New York, Chicago.

accounted for the of the unfortu are the imperial Ilapsburg-I orraine
brown sugar and tea her stomach instantly its escape ,
giving red color, but this does not "A most extraordinary ant, absolute cure for with their three
rejecting other necessitate solutions of iron for nates. By imply lying still, and not rheumatism and other bo lily ailmentis thirty archdukes, and
form
of taking M. the old
any moving a muscle, by keeping oneself as I race of \'ittelsba, HARTSHORN'SSTUM
health. All vegetationcontains Jacobs Oil, says Hon. .J James, Harlan, ex-Vice- numbering
food White sugar, she finds, has no some well-developed. the coloring,I warm a possible, and sleeping as nearly Chanccl: ,Lonisv lie Ky. twenty-three princes of or in Bavaria, a

drengh At times for a period of matter of green leaves In spils.from as'possible twenty-four hours in a day, THE Enll h sparrivr has lecome sclt :i distinction to which great importance is

'ek she would be unable to which every tr.ice of iron has benr8" I. one may live a long time on plain water, IOU h Au'tril.tiat ih.(a' iers attached. The once reigning families 4Percherofli'y
t: $ very; plainest of which contains one are pettio' n; t 'ie on r take the food moved seeds will but wffl l
even until germinate, O'ernn1nt lesi-lation to in I81are;
mentione be white. Pouring a solution oy] __ "- .! ingredients necessary country of littv f athfn'd IH. tg. rilll.e Represented by 724. princes,
_
comparatively when a single C of the human frame. and these have letained but a small A CURED .: -
or sulphate of iron on the soil : Dr. at Marine Hospital por- A
; .
of milk wi .' lole. phriCan tion of their privileges. The u r AUhM Cmrmtent
drop would '
b sufficient to the leaves to a dark green ", l Bait ., Star Cough Cure a the Uapsburgsand Iforubte*?_d..f!r*/1 I&e worn e_Innmdnl
revive her. Since harmless and most effective remedy in the ittelsbachs are closely allied, : IIH e'> r where all etHenlUl. A
arriving at the age A cross of the Dorking and : not trial ". fiO.1.> ] or lower than any
lib L'- theWing.j cure of coughs. He recommends it especially merely because they both belong 'to'' ''t.o.r DrnffUM .Ue'. Pre"REE u Importer In (be U.S. Station l-'islnore on Southern
of womanhood these atack have been ma makes excelentcapn .; -. for children who are Irritable and obstinate, the Teutonic race and flourish on the .tp DR.BCHIFFMAN.Sample t.., ..MI.a.Plan' Central R.R. JOUV.. A KI>.
less frequent! Miss Stevenson enjoys be hatched taat.; f :- rate of a bird's flight to a p'ea.'ant to take an 1 prompt in its effect. 1 German soil. but because for same F. O. Pclpio N. Y.

herself full grown. The beat.. _: ,.- -," fifty or $ miles an Price twent>-five rents._ and many years Remedy for Catarrh to the One Agc-nt(Morchant only! )wanted In every lo-i for
with the other folks unti they hate
of her generations< in-
age, the has constantly Bet,Eldest to Use,
Februaiy and M ar bqrlfli:I hoi' sportsman only to remem A MAINE woodsman law a rabbit 01 tho i and nobody would imagine her physical periods the prices are oft M) r a mile an hour is almost and it did not run away aa he dew n- It lovely Empress Eli: a-
exactly lr. beth of
Austria
is
condition be i r equivalent to one and half had hopped tnt> a shallow piddle" of water the daughter of Duke C ATA R R HAlso
t i any way impair fifty cents per pound, whie.oi a feet per second and had stood sUI till its feet wcrj frmly Maximilian of Bav.irin. and Jier daughter
will from and he thus has a ready m.eans of frozen in the
The is weigh loageen
case well tw:1e ftisela is the
o every authenti pounds each. The crosses L comparison with the tables of wife of Prince Leopold. rood for Cold In the Head. The "Tan*iu" I'unth .V:, ct cated. proper sold velocity. or the and Headache,Hay P.Ter,Ac. aocenS Never oold so manT In no short a time. Will try ana
____ ____ to These show for COU'l present King nephew order ti N h.r .
_e used in order produce large capons. example, that with an DiphtheriaThe I of the Begent. abe- i on anotbrr. mont

Leghorns Hamburgs, black Spanish and ordinary sporting charge (thirds and one : Afer _ _- WEWANTYOUf aUveeaea| Your"TAnlfll's Punch"A.ot i jillAKir.V.elysr l lea rL.rflj'4,4.C -l'UOXA JOHNSTON, an inmate of the breeds are worthless as caI I and one-eighth ounces) the mean velocity 8trntb slowly as the or woman needing D. C IUH..trutglst. AU-do,ILL

Louisville (Ky.) City Hospital, became pons. Only the large breeds should be I Iu of Xo. 5 or No. C shot, in a rango of I weak dlblta .!. nl the blool phone nytte-n br Why He Shouldn't Laugh. large<2SStT-H8almnrr5p'-r-- If month and erpennea.1. In "V or. I Address R. W". TANMI.r A: CO., Chicago.

'addicted t the opium habit when under ed. thirty-five yards, about 900 feet a'second the ravages the disease. What H needed ii \ Old Mr. Jones, of.ustn. who has lost Brery emmtlon buy. we and prfe. G. : RriItl1fl1CLAIMSf,
Without doubt the and most or at the of good reliable tonic and blood purifier like If nod'* nearly all his teeth __BTAXPARD. SYEWAR ./BOSTONFRAZER MASS. ici'iIM
.. twelve years of age, and in order greatest ; i rate 600 miles an hour; SarsaparllU,which ha Just the element strength visitinJ the fam p iiiui without prosecuted fee nnlenaoee"w7uT.
of
to avoid common loss in team management is from L and so, on comparing this GOO miles with for the body, and vitality ant richness for the ily a neighbor and ng up little TWE\T\ -TU O YEAKS' EXPFRIKNC'E. -
any itrerenc on the part ofhis keeping poor horses unable at any time the speed of the bird's flight, it will be Hood which boon bring back robust health After Tommy, he began darning him on his AXLE : f1T Cr>KKK.-rr-"OE-iCK Sourmo.

parents his home and went to do a full d y's work. It is the most; found that the shot moves ten times as Fcarlet fever or pneumonia It n also of lat benefit. knee, laughing gaily as Tommy laughed. MILO B. STEVENS & CO.

on a that difficult thing for farmers fast as a bird "After recovering from a prolonged sickness with Suddenly IN BREISE WASH1GTO I). a ci.r-v LA\D.ORtO.CiLlCAtt.1LL .
-- tramp h lasted twenty possible many I going sixty miles an hour; I Tommy looked very ear- BET THE WORLD _liEl Rot?.MiGht.
and which to get tfce idea into their heads that a twelve times fast one that flies diphtheri and ntedlnl 6ometbnj to build me up. nestlv at Mr Jones and said : tQet the Qnua Sold Every whe
a a ,
at last
years ha led him, a ffh'mies tk two bttt8 of Ho'! I felt I'AMK1** POTI/TRY, FINE BTT-
horse of doing but little is value. an hour, and fifteen times SapalL "Why do laugh ? VCAL A ton
shattered capabo as poo-1 re-ulta from the ftr t dose. It you >o Great English Gout and TKK. a -lay wiitl at the Wall,
has been wrek t a hospital bed. H. less. worn out horse will always; a one which goes forty miles an hour. from the top of my head t> the ends of seemed my toes.t go I "Oh, I laugh because you do." Bla-.r's. rlllSe. U Rheumatic Rem.dy. hoRs about address Jhrket.J.feMllH B g proat_ i><>an nhwpen..\ve..Erotkiyn.X.Y For instruo
p
; alover the country and i lel for something, no matter how poor Consequently they fly about two know Hood's Sar aparUla la a gool ting-G. l "You mustn't, Mister Jones, for when Oral Boat 81.00 i round 30 cu.

-1 every large e city in the Union. When may be, and always for a greater price and a quarter yards. three yards and S-nrvnof,Druggist Westfleld. Ma..a you laugh you show all the teeth you 'I SEE HERE! Why not save One-h.fonlOQO GlADDEN SEEDS CataIog

he started from home he healthy in proportion his value when mos three and a half yards respectively, while "Upon our little girl who had been tick with scar haven't pay Agents.Artde.l Send for Ulu -.--- __ ..a--- ---,-- Mailed Free.
'&a worthless. For farm le fever the use of was got.-Sitng. t CBCAGA Co. Chicago. It.Obtalnej Brilfc ttKMKrrM. Lrtvi .
purposes, with the the shot is traveling thirty-five yards at Ho's S"pala most Francis) > NLAXD. y.THURSTOFSStTOOlflPOWDEB.
rddy-fae boy, and gave promise of dear wages now paid to farm help it b the rate given above. 2fete York marvelous,.entirely. rmovln the pin from her pATENTS Send a
Herald. I blood sad restoring rood ,.. Dark men, it has been observed make rnventor' l.for
developing into does t Hood's Guida
He _
robust
not _
a man. require much reduction from _
i a Sarspartia) deserves our highest praise."-E. G. the best constructors of plots fair h&on D.o
now a shrunken ma of skin and full day's team work; each day to makeup Norfolk, Ya., is the greatest strawberry $TRATtOK,Swampscott,itau.Hood's the be"t delineators of character.: men OPIUM HUMANE habit Cnrcd. Treatment pent on trial Keeping Tee > Pe-rfccMMnI iiatan Healthy.

bones. Two the value of atirst.classteaminever3 r .---. REMEDY CO... Layet.,ln'OPIUMldMo..hiae .
ordinary bad could span shipping place in the world. --. --. -- FUM| HABITSoTr .
respect. '
al'OUIJ h:6: wa'st; and this arms are n. Among the many strawberry farms in Sold by all Sarsaparila "The mind," a little fellow Uablceufl 0 r* or self denUL Pav whem-ureiL Handnomluooklie rAItTIcL$4 v- a4 -
possible celery should be stored in ] "is __ ___ ( oUel lfcUJ.\Vt.iTurg r.Kaq .
,
larger than a walking I I its neighborhood is one of 440 acres, the ty' .t HOOD ft C Apothecaries, Lowell Moag. ( something that turns round in says lnalpo. DRXU H"Uln Ucl as city Mo>
'rk I soil where the crop grew, for it is largest farm 1 your head .ISa d.y. sainliies M 91_ *So?tt-TBfcrtetM. Sendsiamm
at"ber i the world. .V, 1.0 Doses One Dollar \I If Ij and makes up stories." S 5 n-LIne.-1 .not'under the horse'g wortii feet.tJ. AddreM FBE i rensj'lilt. for elreuLira. COL L hllsli

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