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 Material Information
Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
lccn - sn 95047405
System ID: UF00086646:00016
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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.: $isooo was sold voice that lisped its morning song, young &the boys,w re, they could Frank had seen all this from the shore ., .. every wat.o other room,one nght ..'-l :
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little feet thtpttra1 day long, plainly see that some great, uncommon and"now he climbed up the cliff the better ".. .. tIsl service, there. sat ag t"4. .

for$1,670. But even at those figures i The little hds tht mne s loved t press, sorrow was,driving this wan mad. to watch the Stat as she rose and fell ou BROOKLYN DIVINE'S s'U ':" : to persons myself, looking: s ... ..'; '

-gnkes pretty expensive property for the The little'lips whose touch was a caress, mnoanjn She cover her face with her hands, the waves, throwing off the water from DAY SERMON and scarred .O I said t th uT.m ,:: ,<

girl to smash. ." . They come no more, alas! they come no .or threw her arms her bows i columns of foam. who evi f He am. ..
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1 .:' -I: S .j high in the air:; then, seeing the fright "She is out-and-out. racer. I am sp become a Christianr Y '

= 5 =! ;;.mor, } and pity on their boyish faces, she seized glad I am not a in her he said Subject": "A'Live Cunrch." bighw '" ll wife sat next to., ..,.. -. 0." ,
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There are victims in all : -:. Roy Frank's hand and wawht ; : -' \r you a Christianr .-
the Jfew York come no moral! holding it tightly, be- but deep in his heart hno. midnight I said: $ '
; of the The.laughing y sithat. foiiftjt looked gan to pour out a long The feelng and blo 'Veddyo I
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story.
h pit explosions and accidenb.h' in mine .one would have envied; in- TEXT : Unto the angel of'the Church in A great She s To ,

: the construction of the The"baby.way.stfiatvjr6uind'the.'tieartBtrings. .: .. : utter blankness of hh face made her deedhave been miserable WOId sat Smyrna write: These things sailh the .bloodshot : : "Is th'YUI. .- s 'o' j

; The deaths great aquej tino', ': W. dash him aside, and thus, catching sight watching the lessening had it not and the last, which was dead, is frll, are !They sd ,' .... .J
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( j arc publicly reported The"'curly h&ail of their boat drawn the beach -Reyelationhi,8. every you Cf ,
mc tht nestled on my breast ; up on been that in:admiration Rob's. pluck ; / said: "When .

JO mention is made of the casualties, .All, all have me for a sweeter rest, ran swiftly to. it, followed more slowly all thought of himsel.was drowned. 'Smyrna was a great M. the" ient. land, to She said: ''dd y} : ..

iich are almost of daily occurrence They cone no more, alas! they come no by boys. "Who thought k ol Rob! bde tires sides ct moutn( wa elton whence came ronr .2.-Z- '

of the She tried with all her might to drag or the fellows always treat him if t emporium trade; hand i t f Charleston* South '-': ''
Several
IJ hospitals arc lore Why a
overcrowded push the boat down to the water but I prosperous and brilliant city ther.wa "e.J yoizcame1"2.
weJe part girl! I don't understand it a'Christian Church tablisld. bl .* -
|i nsequencc of.this unusual demand They come no more! strong as she was, she could move the -to go willingly over that frightful bar h-eclated for a while,it was rocked down it I 'burne in t* reP*-"Bm s :

i:-'upon their acconunodations. And yet, t soothe my sorrow and regret, Star only a few inches, and after several -when only this .morning he was so a earthquake.. It w rebuilfc Then it' .ct : '8. have.ny'' been

(.', __ '- M To feeling come my boy js with me moments of greatest ,effort, sh turned afraid of it! .Rob is really timid,''and yet consumed by a conflagration that set which men shall, never b h /< '
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'h'h --- know that some day this life yet once more to the boys, to go through a he do a dangerous if I' over the entir cty. That Church to fem sc -,
.. A Toronto shoplifter was recently c i wi very thing any through and an4 disaster, but -of the .
' crtp- Loving.me iti the same, ,with joy at p pantomine which clearly said. that she can come out of it; but I do I'i1-I kept on f spiritual in the fact rel eminent .

!' 'tared in Montreal, and she panned out He'l come once more, ah! yes, come begged them to help her get. the boat off things justor fun and'b caue I get going .I fact was, that Church had prrThe grace Go in while her ..s 1 G h '

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"v remarkably well. Iu a and oitth an ever active Had it beau B .
pocket three feet once more! se. know they"ar risky till prcple with Cu1 e
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long was an assortment of sl' ons,i hrend, George Binlscye in Detroit Free Pfess.I 'Well f ,". "said Frank,as the idea dawned they ane are done, and hal the time harm 'w pomp all the of surroundings architecture would only and al,I I I nl sric_SD vhen fom .o a m a .

r- lace, and other valuables. Her bustle upon him, did you ever hear of sucha comes of them to one, i not to .my-, been the ornament of death-the of mentions *,. Wht.up .

I thing? She actually wants us to go [ self.". a the plume of a hearse. garand. I eucat to him: Wbt -. .

was formed of two bed shcets,a lady'sk BEYOND THE BAB outside in weather like this, and ever Puzzling over these differences- iu.peo- cf my profitable to consider what are goes : -':.I at cT'- V :..-

beautiful hat, and a c lored- glass jug.; fS _____ minute growing worse ? No,. I pIe, he tired his eyes in the strain of t elements o live"Church. swings widening, ; ouhddomaIfleOOd; :

: Her trunks contamcil bed clothes, all Two American bdys stood in the door you." watching the swift little .Star, and the. remark of such f pl that punctuality on* characteristic m- tion, dr angxxI; I find there iV

: kinds wearing appareIlrLIs11 s, cAnibs- of a hotel in ','; watching with discontented "Why?" does she want us to go, I wonder dancing speck toward which she was. being meeting its engaement. All ecclesiastical going flames, : I siia: .r int. thi" S.'S,

faces the steered. relations, and they t : } ttogether.
!' over 1,000 rolls of thread: ,'a large bng.of, and the oh the low-hanging hills clouds, "That we shall never know; and Time went on and on, still the distance ought'to meet their obligations just as certainly -, of Churches the er' no if my. ''
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opposite T beautiful
.' needles, pins, &c., about fifty pounds .of before a trees stf : wind-the bowing storm- does not.make much matter, since i between them hardly seemed to lessen; it- When a men a Church meet their of God obligations is not as faithful at the Father ...t :Uttul; children have a \\ had a. .'.., '' .

soap, matches, fancy (cards, glassware wind of Brttan\ would not go'on any account." was not till the hull of the Star was lost to mnl
table goods feathers bottles and "The is o rough," said Bob dis- believe I have it She,has-lost her his sight that Frank realized how far out ceases to bo a Chnrch Go. It ought tobeunderstood chidrel OJp'uJ"m:8vr: .' .

t jars olf consolate!v. boat!I" the nn woman's_ __ lionthnrl______n_ nrrmp', Hp rrmlrl___._distinctly _u_ that nr saint a ; 00 .. .
0--- 'be.twenty 1 sfltTcr?. I said: .
; preserves.fe "Not at sill.." replied Frank.. "T ? "How could that trouble her so see when -they reached it, and coal Church bill,and and prayers <5mn5t pay meet the thu wintr's ChYi tiau 'here., 'and well .tattl -'
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--- __h__ I we can go."- -- -- much?" A boat's a boat, but she goes on then he remembered,with a sudden pang, ance; and that prayers, while Cannot rayereaii do l-a r let those '. "Sd,".-M.sajdiVT ,, f

A stale swindle, which consists in of "Surely I Frank, you will not it. a if her boat were a matter of life'anddeath tht they must cross the bar once more to thousand things, them are a .thousand gather' in' ;.*lo mMije; 903 good _-,,tt
attempt ?'' g in."I. things that prayers: cannot do. "Prayer River-Railroad ,er'.p' ;
- feting new machinery.to a farmer on easy Youmust sec that we are in a northwestern for cfety. '' ,I resolved nevec '
"It often is to these fiSherfolk. won't be for some time yet, how- a y particular .OhqIh.wi never :
They cated. drink. While I sat '
storm. Mill
terms and him be reach .
to blowing
sign a I great \ dowa
getting paper out at sea.:' can't fish without a.bcat, and they can't .. They must tack so much with this pocket.:ht4ven"wgl, Church nle \it gl'the Wesh ro*' in ma lo\\tcreature-iand .

which professes to be an order but turns guns Robert and Frank Ilewlin live without fishing. I'll try to ask her." wind, I think it will be near high. tide there was a man of comfortable means, who) Years ago q"wLiker flask. and h .
-were members 4' '" '
out to be a note for a considerable sum, of American He laid his hand on the woman'sshoulder before they reach the bar." used to pray for his pastor in such elongatedbtyle was : said ; .;.
an
family who had been before it and as I said no, it
. I h not,it appears, yet become obsolete. spending a year in rapid travel over the and pointing to the boat, he Another hour-endless it seemed to that. he became God a nnncttheprayer- who .curled np around tho f. '
meeting: asking ,
said with idea Frank- before he could intelligently i 'a ,
that she could passed
fuce of ,- some un- pestilence. and begged'Takeme!
;; The latest case is of a man who Europe. ben in all the almost without ceasing, that the pastor might !'
professes (celebrated-cities Iving derstand French better ,-. follow their movements,and when be blessed his basket and in his store;while little whle I feit;I culdn't resist it .
EnglshBateau .
to sell too and the they were now settled th shoreward'with i The not to drink and I ', .
: humbugs for the ? And then he could, the Star was coming the fact he never paid : If.we' : ? '
; inflKnt farmers into signing a note foz' tiniest of summer .in ibis quietest and Bateau?" the other boat in tow. .' pray for the advancement of the Churclj, and, down.Is. 6t off the car, and ...' ;
Breton villages, Bont do not out of our contribute foe ad- jump ; we were .
; fSHf'payment of which is afterward de, .. To the boys, Ihe change .rot.sight- The woman nodded; she understood Alone though he was, Frank sprang to vancement, our prayer mea1 onryinflckery it,. Let anything rate of forty miles '.
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him and her revived in .his feet, and gave cheer after cheer for4objor the of God i ,, m : didn't dare to jump;
,mandcd by a third parly. Moral: Xever seeing and life on trains was hope a frenzy of fc'ljurclf then Jet obligations said the '
; delghtful the Star, for the woman even, i the outside and .wont off, and I am
of
Once excitement. She pulled at the >n everycongregation if '
more could be away le'the membr' glad
put name to document which they ) and : : "Cume in, I'll pray
tired himself-
your any I of busied meet the inside
inactivity '
: IJob said; there were a few things, such Star, laughing and nodding, and saying- and the Church oblgation 1 he mn ' ,you do not thoioughly understand, and as trees and trout, which were not of the "Batcau! bateau!" with every other in collecting driftwood to make a fire, in w.b fciy pros moved Some of you.remember. :. ,,
.in breath. order to welcome the travelers with prou Capt1n walked out and .up the -I,:
. never place yourself the power of astranger. !'thirteenth ('enturBut of all the say'also that there must bepunctu- ,
', Rob for her and his proper warmth, ality in the attendance on the of the ad. have an awful c 'j :
was keenly .
pleasures' th change sorry hou ter, and t
_"__-__-_____-_-_._,_-____-_- that afforded by boating., none'equaled_ first impulse was to go with her, but yet "I may as wel make coffee and cook. Lr If the sr'ic begins at past ten von intn..A. Hnior. ? ; ., j 4j
Yes well cold piorningCthe regular congregation ofa enge
he they hungry as as I
The farer's life, according to care They had not handled a sail or a row- was not ready to run such a tremen- thought Frank. So leaving the shore he live churth wil0t come at a quarter t came
boat since they left their New Bedford dous risk; and then, too, his promise to eleven. If is t begin at hah t tI
fully prepared statistics in Massachusetts, home tiiidtlierefore his father came to mind with such went some distance inland to get water seven the evening, I & .
the Arot filled with h .i ,
is longer than that engaged in any other craft of all sizes antivarieties force as to be almost warning. At the from a spring and when he returned tion, a live church ngr cngg.,: down. 't'oo .
was to against drink!
strong
with what his to quarter eight. In churches I have
a was joy seethe some
- occupation. He lives on an average them -3 irresistible attraction. Their same time, he wondered what his father ful noticed t fleoplo There srtgem : the doctor, and he pre- .. -
, | I I would say were he there? Would he Star very near at hand. His prepar- who a away t1.. ad of medicine. I said: .: {. -
fatheir&id them are some people They
the boat
sixty-five yearswhile highest given a a 0, '
ations ended when he my -
average ltle. were barely saw :
in 'this-no strong -
I not wish him to in such wfere born Coo nd the is
I help a woman probability they
t' at other business is ; bcauty, jrcsh from the docks of St. } ; lat peril as all said the doctor. S '
any fifty-six Rob rise to lower the the woman ,
will die too The of dresses 0
rustling .
years. i deep distress even at serious risk to him- saiane up .
but In lt. : '
it he had made it condi-
gfvftig a ene I la tr I inquired. "It P 4. '
make ready to scull. aisle of and
This the: slamming
the Cultivator is not "
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longevity, says self? dor ."- "O"I ; .
.tion of : gift that they should never the the treading of ,heavy feet, silk, "giva-as '
I Frank the boat poor .
- due entirely to his out-of-door life, foi cross the bar at tho mouth of the riverunless" 'i As he stood reflecting upon this, he was I top of a breaking saw wave.rise her boldly bow on disappeared inspiration for a minister.- It requires greet come to up :We passed out into the ; .. 'j
; the Itwas
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' gaslight.
some other out-door workers arc not long :. "Joseph," an experienced sailor, I gazing out over the water. Suddenly he abstraction in a,pstor'l mind to proceed with 'tions, and .
t made a discoverv."I | under a cataract of foam, then the of the Church when said t this .
lived. But the farmers out-door work is was with thorn.- rose again. was evidently easier to I prlinar audlen.ee. seated trust in.the Lord, :
I, are looking .
I see it, Frank! I see it 1 There! I throw the YouwiUmake' .
The b vs had been especially anxious in than but it around to see the other half Pucaa through. "
out dangerons com
come was '
in weather. In go ; them
mostly storms there and i "
pleasant 1" he too pointed eagerly to the when "paroxysm'o.t -fo.
to their boat 'attendance .
try the Star, on the open enough all the more as behind difference of upon house. gratulate -
he keeps closely indoors, thus but spot where the woman had so often shl of XJod. may t>e a difference of time-pieces A few weeks passed away. _
had been ;
pretty I sea, Joseph busy with a i i them was clumsy hulk for which but gaher. ; >m Boston saying: "e p' .. '; ,
the live which
.'. the not ol "land job which seemed endless to the pointed. Church of I am speaking for that' .' .
showing great advantage only they seemed to have ventured so much. le eY'Y-D11 pajd *.v
Frank looked and in I ought to go time, and that the .
just wave by'rd i on .
knowing qnough to go in when it rains, boys. They had grown tired of waiting then I I] The Star shook and trembled under thewoman's pretty well all our found never used any of it. The )
the distance
far than its fellows '
!- : rose higher commute drink has entirely gonn. ." .
for him, and wearied Mr. Ilewlin with I There is that "
strokes but she one hymn ought to ? ,
.. but of havings bussiness which allows and he plainly saw a tiny speck, powerful passed b sn wad I send you two.or 4 ; -
their entreaties to be allowed to out in the second line of great .many Christian families Sabbth in e :
go : safety through to show yonwlfti' i
him to do so. alone that he in shape like a boat, rise on its crest, and morning: r i,
finally yielded a reluctant sink into the behind breakers, and once more rode in peace. thou"d since came to Boaton" : -
it.
,- consent, with the provision that if, on I trough Slowly now and quietly the rowers "Early, my God,"without delay, God wi and &iw accounta .
- found it, the two boys, j I haste to.seek face.". three thousand* peoplo1 .. ':.
Thy or t
The Cincinnati Enquirer has received reaching the harbor, they found the surf I lavinA came toward the shore. When the Star ,
excited it rise and fall had been
. "privately from the He,'. Dr. Doles of high, they would not attempt to cross the while the woman laughed, saw and cried with, i was near enough, Frank rushed into the Another characteristic of a"'live church I one with (rrcaching-righf. S ', .
I the fact that all the in
people far West
participate
J Cleveland to whom Mr. Beecher himself bar.As delight tugged at their boat ran to them I I water, and, with Rob's aid, soon had A the heard from. him again .
e by the
they sailed, the grassy hills grew beached her Above the flow of the waves. ercs srger ca way I Jog { .J't. lid is faithful now, .* "
I with imploring gestures, trying by every tue $t.rt ther is"any life I : faithful to the last. 0/ '
told it, the following story about Mr. more and more bare, and gradually there the who 'I lving il' :
Rob
.and woman there. church '
means in her to her wish to j leaped put, that does sing is a dead whlre saving! Would 'Gol that ;,
. Bcccher's early method of physical exercise was a change to rugged masses of granite, I after her power boat.express i had been for I moment or so stooping churcfo."* It; is awful to that cold.drizzle of own
which at the river's mouth towered cliff go music coniing dawn from the organ loft,. a moral : '
"His then small and 1 over the l bottom of the rose to her the Son of God bidding '
: means were .. "it's
"No Sail Rob too bat. I
1 no, dangerous. while all the sit in
on high above the blue beauty of the feet with bundle people bneT Iienc. a mager resurrection 1. } :
his domestic surroundings very modest clf the mouth ." She turned to Frank; he, too, r large arms. When a tune wande lonely ad Him in the Gospel arafextended1 iff. '.: ; ,
Bay Bleav. Drawing near shook his head. "We could never g'tover As she stepped ashore Frk's astonished I bfrende and is finally lost and the ache Christ and'without .price.'' -
1 But he had clean, dry, unI roomy cellar. they sec the open waters and rigHt the bar." i eyes beheld the bundle-what? a uc people do not join it, t Er Years a 'ous of the'fact that p' "

; lie procured to be delivered there a load before them the bar, marked by a double sleeping baby! not much melody made unto the In church. soon -be gone 'forever 4' '
The their faces if
of sand. One day he shoveled it from line of white breaker A glance mJcedto their woman undertoot unconscious of I Rob screamed with laughter at the Heaven' they all ting, though some there a rail-train was telling ny /-- ,.
not cannot half as well frets of
I I sing ather.
ha *
show them that the worts as.one nir dixig u
one end of the cellar to the other; and passage was the struggle going on in Rob'shcart, once sight of Frnk's bewildered face. The Methodist Church has sung all. around matter ,on, <' .si 1e tnack",' "Jus ; -b'
possible. "Let's land on that little beachto "That is what she was so crazy about the world, and from would '
gone
I sw.tchcd oft :,that -
to
despair. Going conque t
he it back to its I morejibandoned
the
next day herH'l
fhovl.d the said Uob. other nothing .
right, little di them she flung -not her boat!! conquest among thing t darC-mst nnhinderciL"t.
old position. This he continued until ; obliged to take to their oar some S "Yes," said Rob, "the child was in singing church; and church organization Hut aC there in the dartnew.' fI' I ,
and drove in order to land, this was effected herself face-down upon the sand, fairly it. have it fas.'tened' that with enthusiasm performs this' Ing U the- sI -trlLCk.be heard* '
his brother Tom discovered it, ;, She must loosely .
ant writhing in her sorrow. lef part of its duty go on from triumph to *he first the difl&nce. .
with much Cold wet and and wi 'exr.rt. in : ., ,......1 ..j
difficulty. while she
him to the more intelligent and wholesome It was too much for Rob, for he was shrimping, triumph. .A God that can sing, can .We liked .the b ad1iht., '" S
hungry, they rowed against wind and lender-hearted. :child and boat were carried out_ by this I do anything that ought to.be done. Vt'fr go building with fearful velocity. J' 'Z,
k: exercise of the gymnasium. tide, until at last,,:hl'l their arms seemedread I wind :mll couldn't make her out at all, forth into.tbi;holy war with the Bible in one lieve it i Tiatil after awhUe. whra it .'
"Come, Frank, let's go for that boaL"Frank i I hand and a hyma-book in the oth r. Oh! guar! ., .
to drop out, they came to the sandy for I did not dream of this you know, ye the flash of ffielrjadJIght, .
turned pale. "R b, you arc ', who used to sing the.praise ofthe, Lord and a'he' ,etthe through In- '!.' !,
.; A respectable workingman who will beach. Above the beach were cliffs. Why should we? Do you want': and when we got quite up to it, there in have got out of th3.habit' take-your.harps family : .' -,Had not attended to. '.**

t endeavor to himself"off for a thief in Their first care was to make a fire of thedriftwood us crazy to ? ? the botom'as' the baby, broad awake, ,dow the willows. I-an(-gllll to know around n. ttnlem something ';

pass which they hastily collected, I crwnf' l up laughed when it saw that, 8 a church,'we-are.nlaking ad\'allC-I domestic .would rush onrtbe. "
order to get something to cat, must be-, but their second thon ht' wa for the 1'1 co.n't want to drown,. and I think i I I its mQ }er.pkec' .mettt in thI respect. Whet I l'ae to be your (; "

And yet this h just what lunch-basket. had to and we : a god chance of getting OWl how I that pastdr.we had an choir in the little s-oflhijf : --S
pretty hungry. They egg$ hoi, soul'' 0 Rob, Rob, g111 am you chatoel, and they sang very sweetly to us If* a ; ; rT '
: I' occurred in Glasgow not long fincc.1 they went vigorously to work, having !i the bar, an i.iiik poor went! 'You have < is life, I know :bath by sabbath;but ever and anon th.r SaL WI But the ,

.. Cards of admission to of ] prlat wet jackets before the blaze. j "Yes I see her, but we can't help her." I II I! you have!I" trouble, for:you know.that the choirs in the that old _._ ': ...

:fUlp"r 1ffC"stk edge of their appetites was keen. i Beside, what did you promise father! t I. Impetuous Frank gave his brother ai Unit States are the/\\ ) where I ligreat heaven swift as the swift as r "
years ,
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: pie and plum ) ( !spec-Lilly fut Seldom had a lunch tatt so g9oe1 I know, I know. But father alwayst ,.i i hearty hug .While the smiling mother sing like angels go, and on. the'One next Sunday Sunday they they'will folowe. ; as.the days. swift as the k. ,,
-. 1.10 Each I wants us to use our judgment. He would I swift as the sec- .
thieves" were given to men. | Hob was just beginning fifth '| looked as if she would like to give him will b and will not sing at all.Ve i-- by the minutes-;

card; bore the inscription: "This nipper j doughnut-think of doughnuts in France I vice not want even us if to reus"al\in a good doing ser-it. \ot her.ruutt'*, ('mlfliol. slvo t ma all the tlmulti; and have seventy ;, are f Toward you running victory To-or ., '

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thocil the in
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startled shrill call one man
when they were by JkiCul'mun
is only for men who have been convicted 1 It tl : or hell Set"up that ,
: There is something mysterious in thisvoman's to and now, from .
, from above them. A Millionaire's Mausoleum.A. Pl'e'It.r; to G< L "Sow is the day ,
side i of the card "I refuse her."' Sabbath to ,. 'song cornea -
of theft. On the rever-c distress. cannot up lie country. .
they saw woman standing Drexel the millionaire banker -,
: Turning : the voice of thundering jnodious .L '
: was a notice for scn'ith e thieves who de. at the top:of the nearest cliff, screamingto 0 Rob, don't l)foolish! I won't go and .J head of the firm of Drexel & Co., mgbt- .. '.'How. -composct..is also a,. .
Let
that's flat! You to
: .. sired not to be recognized, as follow<: them A\ith all her strength, wavingher one step with you, never has built magnificent tomb in Woodland tho sing of Hosts! '' .
Who knew God- .
: never our dark' ,
can get over the bar and I hope you won'tbe I the In the dayj ol : :. t-
"Should any wi h to enter the hal with, arms wildly and pointing out to sea | fool to > Cemetery, West Philadelphia, by But children of the Heavenly King I of I' ,

: lo I with gestures of despair. : (enough try. the banks of the silvery Schmlkill 1 River. Should speak their joys'abrad. -'Agaio years ago there was no.f"f. .oS".<," '
out observed they so by ''I Give hand with the .
being am going. us a
; may They folowlc the direction of her j It is an imposing structure in the form of On the way to triumph that never ends, "must'be of Italian liberT /

the back door, entering by old Exchange hand, saw the waves rising and 1! 'hoat.' the he showed her 1, a Greek temple, with stately columns and pleasures, that never diesing!! & must b he.- .,He.as_ elected, .', ,\f II

. ." An ('xthit.ftoo the surf 11eatin on the bar.SVgaifi'and Rousing woman, carved of the Another ('haradEistco! a l\'c church Js a some "
Court -" falling onjy I
richly ,
nearer Crl cornices purest :
that they wanted her help, !oo. She venteagerly : al flourishing Slbhath-sho1 too Jat in a sDla1 18G1, and took deep .
and
the Italian roof is imitation -
again woman white an
the door and only c'll.ec the'history Church "
at inarbl !
guard argue
llo'el to work. Frank could not rc-_S operations.. But-it w2-
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0 beckoifwl to tem; again and :Igmn.they of the at Athens.f the btw-iit of such institution. The One ""
: thieves of reputation lo enter, andct looked blankly towards the horizon;then; : fuse his unwilling aid and so with the The-.mausoleum has been built mainly bath-school knot a a supplement t the Sb; left'the- Ha never could ... ..

:? scores of hungry laborers endeavored( to Seeing that she was not understood, she I efforts of all three t boat moved over j with an idea of strength. Its sides are it is its right arm. But you say there are hide /thougii"he often de-'': ''*' -
sands touched the vater' floated dead churches- that have
obtain admission, willing to ('at themselves U gm: to climb down the side of the cliff. : the free. far more massive than those of a bank Yes, but the Sabbath-shols Sbbth-hoLo .plied "o I l. gladly give thtf -4b ;;

is boys watched her in breathlessfear. I ,. vault. The entrance is by .It is de. to '
thieves to get a good meal I I The ualdec a dea mother holding in bel no field best opera fov .the .
. in Neith of them would have dared f The woman jumped in immediately, | and steel doors of great iroU.dead chid. But when superintendent, and open ;
a peculiar form of charity that thus : to make the perilous descent; yet on she I II' took her seat in,the stern, and sat immovable -. with heavy/ bolts. The door of the .ther scholars come on Sabbath af ter- powers "> 0'-'. -

; measure rewards crime, for no lrlChewas .' came, sometimes on her hands'and knees,' regardless of Hob's efforts to is seven feet thick In the coffins i ons togthlr, their faces anl glowing with in- Paul's You I- --at- the Consume- .:,7. .

? made of restricting the gathering I' sometimes swinging herself over a boulder dissuade: her. Seeing that it was .of no.) are the bodies of Mae, Mr..Drexel's mai ftrt all through the, elercises their, sg are the you '. chigan street; New .

: penitent thieves. i till her feet found a resting place beneath, use, he finally yielded, and.( pole but determined ried daughter; of Frank, his eldest son, they go away v feeling that they have course throw-*

then on again, in what seemed reckless he, too, stepped in, after a last and of one or two others. The coffins been ca the Mount o Transfiguration John's .. 1P' ,.is. 'jjow ,

t, leaps from rock to rock! good-by to Frank, and shoved off. are wonders of cost and rare workman'tbip. is alive school ant is characteristic of alive DOW61 allon.s- per dity.of;per.* 4
t "A half-breed named i.llla. Cliatte- had flattered himself that ; Church. is only one thing I have *v*
the He always the first rises
: and reached is
They ran to meet her, : The mausoleum always I against the of,this ;, er The r.tream
, lain has just been found nt Dog llcad cliff just as the woman, torn, breathless, he knew how to row, but in two minutestlmis thing to catch the stranger's eye walkingin and.that is,Sbbt-ol a t cut ,.e the surface. The '

Lake Winnipeg, who was:l'mtlmplmrrof bleeding, staggered to its foot. Breton woman showed him that there Woodland Cemetery, near the Schuylkill. gather ito'"our sol the children :t. ,
which he knew the problem : : ;;
fa- Before she could speak, they had time were secrets of the art of i' is watched day and night by of the .,. the cuUu who important '
the great Indian l'hie I and the educated but alas God to'-'-.- : V-.
Tcumseh .' to that she was a peasant woman, her nothing. guards. Mr. is said to have well- ; fr. supply of Tnie water ; -
see Drexl multitude of the *
of 1812 great the 'children
r moui cnnection with the war dress and cap denoting her to be of the i Her quick, vigorous strokes sent the grounded fear grave robbers. abandoned and the lost! .A few of them a and any .,isreatly needed,.as it"- f-
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!: sass a writer in the "\iVjCOIIiIi'ttttJu1t class which lives far from towns and Star spinning on her course. She seemedto Old oaks and hickories overhang the I gathered into our Sabbath-schools; but what grace wholly upon the cistern '

. sabots in I know, by some instinct, just how much its door CQI the ) children of New for all "
nal. "Chattelain is now ninety-live years cities. had lost both her Brexel tomb, ant abu 'OX detut. .
the her force to spend on stroke, so as never j banker will be : 'and sor thou of destitute -1 O, my purposes.
h\ of but still and active in hi.J' her journey down the cliff, but at i every I I the body of great ear children of ,.whom .
age, Rob around and thus she never my

to Brky
erc'c basket pull I faces the
the coarse wicker | ried some day rising sun.- meeting
his he mu-t haveS back still hung Fast and evenly fell her are thrown no heavenly, and my .
mOtements. In youth used by the fish wives on that coast. She lost any way. Xnc York World. Ch'ia infuencf It is a tren'douqe in'NeV"Orleans about .,. -- '
been a magnificent man physically, standing and strong, and on her face oars, until right ahead of them thundered of and we; "Id
was young dren of these cities? We must and fountT'hirii-in
the Find.A on
and A Curious
S stocking, and such as breaker. o
; six feet three in his 'was a look of terror despair The woman rose to her feet, and. witha I or they will act on vs. We will eithe i "a jovial; old, rather* '
endurance. had never seen before.In curious "find" has recently been tianize them, .
f and the boys or they.will
gifted with
strength draw in his
great that bade Rob oars, heathen j
, Ssuilt Stc. a moment she began to speak rapidlyin gesture tell howit made at Athensand that is the discoveryof a question not more for Chi 41 with .a wrinkled,and ,,
He belonged to of the boys began to scull. Rob could never for the philanthropist and there .
originally a language which neither in a "staircase" in the Acropolis, says a i. and ia ways and man
of Detroit in a moment they were Oh! if -have all these .
, S Marie, but being in the vicinity understood but which they knew to be happened; writer in C'hamberis Journal. Twenty- we cu the ,. .
the first line of breakers, and before he ing little one together, what could -f ceremony. .
when the of 1M2 broke out, he the ancient language of these two steps have been uncovered within the a scene gtter 5' ;
war Breton, could collect his senses, they were past wthee that, : saw he langhc'd nn- ::: i!&
ortrej and it and and .sin and -
under folks. walls of the celebrated i truble
joined and curious peasant
.: the British army H'J'rc shook his head,and said in French: it, sweeping on tothe, next. supposed that the continuation of rg! If" we' could sea tho little. ; everything coioJpAL He
Brock of Detroit. He Hob breathless moment. in which feet the road ath whicTShtto 1-
at the storming but Another rock itself on to .
do not understand Breton, we staircase was cut down to the ro re/emblancb
. "We and dance the
and reel through
the world seemed to 'h "
Tccumsch Chi
allied himself with that these '* .
then both speak French. air to be filled with the noise of rushingwaters of the ctadel It was thought pig tlgiiian the noTelist. ,

<; folowe that chiefs varying fortunes in The woman's face grew pale a she'herd and the Star had passed triumphantly steps wer by which the enemy ascended voices in biasphem sea, "" '
hurriedlyand the Persian but on to beltaging t|& praises'of he mostsucceufu1 organiza-
and more during siege; .
defeat she even
began .
his
\ war with Harrison until and floated free
; h. ; to out some tale in the over the bar further examinationthey are found to be see those littief3- ,w said: work in Great: :

det at At the close of pour in deep waters! later date. With the exception of a not*!he soiled Th Total 'Ab-
Tames\'ie. unknown.tongue, asking questions pausing instant to strain her eyes of a coming the sew was i Travelers '
.te war Chattclain returned to the upper for the reply which they could.. not Pausing a boat, the woman seized a few decorative lions' heads and such like, ersi bn. a gospel temperance '
!
after her own -
: !Jakes, where he puisucd the vocation of make, pointing with"vehemence ut to halyard and with Rob's quick assistancehoisted" no sculptures or inscriptions were foundon .: betain tnur show people. Over '. '
Some around the stairs. '
horifcon. .
'' Vboaiman t-crvicc of or
and hunter in the sea and the storm-swept sail and flung out the sheet. united-withjAe ao- '.
and ;
she seemed almost frenzied, a 'with the out thou<__ "
S.S. the his scr- the woman, :
H din Bay Company. For ties voice rose to a positive shriek, and Away'they flew-- sheet in the other, The Parliament of the Colony of Victoria are "Avau going tth.il\\ "I a great source of ftren tti .

S [ -Vlc ..te field and council he was given to a low wail. ,j tiller in one hnd.t admiration of the has voted the sum of t b arecomingiptobethe.._ of go to } ally op n to toqiptatbiu :
$00,0
aKa kand Rob sat That iark that I
I this ty t CJ '
never
.; by the Dominion Government ten su understand one wtd.e skill which kept.the boat so ,'.el b fore i expended i prospecting il ,, .ccmt. o. '. ,. ;
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GEO'CBRIESStarke "
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Stare FU., Kar ', __ =. !} A SUBURB .THE FLOURISHINC'CITY.OFSTARIE BRADFORD COUNTY .'


& I ; Florida. :: 2I FLORID : Subdivision! ofallofSl-2 ofSE 5f c.. 32 Tp. 6 South Ranye .
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-- .P. MV to TEOKOE :MAKKESS' : '0 : :: -t I .22East, lying wk of F. R..& NR. R.: 78 acres: Fronting 1q51, .feel on the F. R. &
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F -LKMCK. F.XLr,J\"L.T r- 1..
F tb1L. It1I'U. LLeJP'a.) that! "t'J the first' t .t [ I LOTS 100x200 FEET, MAIN-STREETS 60 FEET WIDE: PLAT DULY SUIi VEY-

: -what'tf now the FU. It. Vf. & PURE LIQUORS | | I ED, AND RECORDED. LOTS1N LINCOLN CITY are offered in the real estate

: .- "wLcrr fine, rolled Starke into Starkr, or more -fI'IIrI ;' 1 market to fill a long felt need of our colored friends and Citizens 0) opportunity to 5
i if for
DOW at that
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-*d .!**awiMerneM. rat *od __ oI :; '-r lioii' e in f'he vity.CVjunirv any i I t s. purchase allow prices and on liberal terms town lots and homes ''to have and to hold"

: ,- pue forest, when tbe Deer orders ssoIkriUiL Pre, Ii.uo I III j: for themselves. In this "Land of Liberty well as flowers and fruits, it is the
Cat and tbe dealtliy) Paotlter .
il'm.
atlf.ii= .
: '.. "-''Ifcdrown /rrc'will.! rLc Tj I 1! avu1 A-entfir I.131 p'* St. Louis Bottled l .;; right of every'citizen, and within the means of every energetic and thrifty man or ) >'.

dDffcJKme' wortLy titc name'ln i It-rr. M-West Bay Sf reU. I :;- woman, to own for himself or herself a spot of green eartli, with a bit of God's blue
WdJ! wtiicii:
now Qjftorponie : > ,j < -
limits oolj a jo cany V\ jaeicotvli1C FlaSTABKE ; sky above it which to build for self and loved ones a pretty hom '. Undisputted Z)4. a
akaotdf occapictl Irj R. R. : ; ;<. t I ill t"i : !lt-;- Pu'rirv 0:1 I upon

p A Loot tLU time Geu. W. Cole ;. : .* ci n it :i T -r 1 ti ne;:Ie-*: I. l : IliSTllOlE.! i possession of the soil of one's home, howeverhumble, imparts dignity and power to the

:- cd fortj acrv. .b/cb now : i : I:-. v-i/til-v I li.itt'.r! I II
-.I i I : -.I'tLt. # owner, employs otherwise idle hours.and turns waste.izto.wealtli.. .
1JUlatMporlkrn of oar liUJe'citj I & i' Cl, ->- I
-- ; I .I:;. C. I.(, XEY. A. )i. Principal.LK : :

-# it oat as we DOW hare'it! into : __ .. !t trs-. e.I'. (. .\\ Y, if. .\ Asocate.KP.r : : THE LOCATION OF.UHMUHJTY 1 1CHOKC -.'

? areeocs.b1auceof.to SUrlecctircd D..itb broad iti '. W..A. Dell f.I ,*... -.\'-,".\"..L'. ( ;. MatedFrench.. :i The soil good and suited to successful' growing.of the Grange, Peach. Strawberry,

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;" '.. t I'. None but uitt competent a*iun:.. I Pear &c. and of all field and garden' East Florida. .'.
Starke Perrr. one of ,}Florida' ; ,j or, rr n. ThisisaS-boolof tie! hhrbe< type Grape, Fig, crops grop in The object

: .. lam goremort li'v 'raotbcr l i ; ) Ii Any advantage: uanuiired that. (-iji 1-* is to GIVE FULL HONEST VALUE FOR THE MOSEY PAW to encourage thrift and
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Mtt Stae famrl/j.f S. C. A ;

*4 .. 1v 01 GoY.. Perry V- O'ol. W..N. BAKER. Cash 'L obi-hie purely analytica! anywhere.system. s-nd onrnia of!.teaching Pupils; i I energy amoung our colored citizens in owning and beatifyin ames of their m. "
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I : olD' Marion county wlilcb.oor .FT.. .\. i .'.I.zn"e. 01-1 r'ij1IiIfILIF -. 'k. The TITLES TO LOTS CLEAr AND PERFECT, and 4

citjrof wbo ruarncd;WaUaw Urluad i> imioed. for!Dr : I,..: ; UN-UflP.t'sEfl. I I backed by warranty deeds from our old reliable citizens JOH C. RICHARD and GEORGE

% RECEIVED, :r.LI.F."TI 0:;. f n I; rta..r.d- 3U'. rt.or iner.-- (.1 Pll'iJ ''
.J I.-Marion? : E PACE. -
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HAN'OE. '- : : -t.-y: :uke-l ;I! tr. I"ur .
I The firet building erected .in -. --. -------= :, uirutiar.i'e! .I li'- pr:." ".:0'1.. i: I40TS \1:1-; PRICED FROM $io, ONLY, UP TO *oO, at )niing Iti dunce oriocatfnn.
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I ofStatke w4ini. krge and C41' Term eth each lot ami balance in monthly
t >tAii; :, TLA.NP I on ptirchaxMl or quarterly instalments ,
J dptiI4 log; bow bailt by our & 1- -- --- _u__ ------ .J i 19 4 within 6 to 12 months with interest at S per cent IJer.auulm. WILL SKLL FKO3I: A b

( pltaJaot ft-llow-cUizco Wm. -South': M 0 ; Y:torn oe to uvj-cs. a. i'I Cut w.tti-at T>r2! se:nca r I : HALF LOT UP TO A BLOCK OF 4 ACHES to suit uiirchaM. I.-,
Sen, who in I fr'-. 'rtttn: cf
co-partoenLtp vl--aii.J! i > ra :. LINCOLN CITY IS BUT 2O MINUTES WALK FROM THE STAKKK UEPOT MAIL
t. irT*nAQ:"trou
.. Brown (f&tbcr> of Millon*. etc .) ..1 I ilat 'aJ; j-tart.T..in h! !U'.s .hj:h Tiiil I rn 9 AND EXPRESS OFFICES. CHURCHES SCHOOLS IX SIGHT, "VEKV CON VEXIENT.
in
mere
Mid you .jt.ej-rvg-t aear than
Louie OD tbe lot now ( .n tttj .CIi'1I}' ece caa Ji tk.'w asytbiuei <.rk an f' The recorded can be seen at the Law Office of('. J.. Pek, who will cheerfully show
CoL ; JJT-at linn* ELi ,.
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Darby. Cot Jobn vx: ail c ?
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nw. tat J.o4 (4i a toot-ey for all workers W '-, lots explain prices and terms to prospective purchasers, andfcutecontnut<:h ofale and
this time began the erection of i !; -irf.l l 1'art.I 6Ia: nut &.!'I. Tikis t" (..nef tbeot J Jnlbne. dee now tbe ;" J"'JrtlnHhu._ Le i ti/ce. Thfcvc
now hou..e. and ThcLard : .;!; fcre a rabri; .,as cc i ettrprisiB; ? will; r.-x d-- '!f O-A-i-Ol OUST OIR A.DDREJSS.: :
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who by the way constitute about i slay. fJr&a 1 ('r.hr.tr.*. .5'1rtTUE.tCO.

; tfl co tortnmbfD in the Statp.- ( i! : FLA. I f ""I1..ata.; Mtan.-. 1-I 1 COMER L. PEEK

WORKING CLASSESY
began the building of the first n.ir.1 : ,
; boue. whete their : RETAIL. I 1'>.. t', furn.j: 1 <.a ll"ith t-tn lrJyu.u & J STARKE FLA.
hrge and ; f. rr. thC Wt.Oe! (f the t r. cr for rteir .ir-' I
bri'-k block now stand .' -1r-rt. Eun-4 D'll" itt an-I JtrrAitl.t.I.. i
\: AND FANV'Y OOUS; :," ''F-Ori' of (:,n..r e.ia1yarn from .V, -ctstx j or RICHARD & PACE.STARKE .
The little building in which t.:.'u -T.c.-r.i4.. Arr'r<../ "al sum by j' I

fun Alum now has -liis lxf \\ '-I ale -Jx.n pul/itl.e-I.: and J.ai, That-*_ li-Vs aJl ( PLAT .:

was the first frame building in | every'itpartinent. ilrljant.s i who -e this may s.n-1 tb -r addrf,. ar.1 t*4 '
i. and ; ; a* any Northerniiy.) Ail j, the hu.inw'-uvakr this offer. T(.wich as art e
was erected on Ue lot ) rxrt we3 *a; <". tr.w1; *.r-I
now ot.e doflf
: for Ih*tr.,-., -.' to par _' :.- -' r ;-.r,_ .J., ._ -.--
Mr. 1 l T.Ij 'fjO'Tiaid : ntijf. Full T- ------ -'or--- ; -z._ = =:; -
Col partKiiIars
by (. unw lJ8t \' .. ;'.
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boarding houv. : o uitfr. .\< :'rt--.fitiKdE S n.V.V">Xfc .. 5'5".u.Y: 3'.v Vr-; -4-
afUrwanU moved to ill t :- M \ l "., ( ..J.t'ml: : i-.J-ar.i 'o... :. OJYOO -.
present l rii-e' art-Jov! a'Jt'I.U te,- 'I ---- ---- r'V"
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;, The ."I !.I.5 lot h.'j-. an-* -. .-.___
next dwelling was erected | Ji.iWf J.Off -- .
f S.t71fliflr" "'j -
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Brown where Col. Peek now ) I i :. .p.in tli, ..,rj.. fspltj Ii any fllJI
.' : I I !.-.L 'oJ .ore ':3!" f._. ORDINANCES OF THE
fact the C J. live inthe same t ez-a:. a;.-' \h-anr: tftW-X1. Lir L'.u:h. I TOWN OF STARKE. 2

& which La, !been renovated and t KSOXVILhE( I FLA. :: r 4TTlfi"> -ur. fr.,ra fir-i .-..an..h' ootf.t aixl,:
L&-rJ'JII fr- .
P.-tr 'J h

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Improved sinexif. flw-t con. .._. _n-_ f tow '.-i4 t v,',-:r.aH -.'r.-.u.. an-'i f..1..ut- yo-i. if Ihn y d-9 j ;a:rt5.U -
s- i ; r J' j J) a: (,1"H.. \LI.lTTr
Starke remained the terminus Co. P.'riau-t f"f-. l. ORDINANCE NO. 1.1.AN

-p..1wt! e line FRONT .
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'I las it wilh.Gaihtaville! OcaU I 1 s. J. TEMPLE. !! CJ.n.fJI\\XCE IJEFISIXG rilE; BOUNDARIES.' THE TOW:: t.6ST A p. ;:: :.

.: points! Soul. This Mat wa ,f !l.tt.1 tyti! in | .f"e. Mayor and .\1.I"nuer. or theTowu ofSlarke. in. .C"JaudI av-mb.i.! .1 .!Iair. or oraLein ..u.'1 ows.t. I
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TEMPLE'S MILLS. i r -\11.t..a t 'ortinn rSection twerity-eizhit I I ",. Townhip SIX .,. I.tn'.I' tw .
controlled by a Mr. Mason Dibble andwetoAlli-aQrCrPfkand. the north tiotbe n'I.J"1DJit' north.
so'itbeat
: Edwards reu.. boaaded the men IIOE S FORJ I][ : ;' FLA. : E4-.undare': : n..t! 0' .ix ('<'. lUtijre .:.b"I- ;. The! above is. oereSiy declared to f-"'.th-i-,.ttW'!"un'a"no. *.'on1f of th e n, Township

t r ., in the ervction of the. first hotel l t"1:1"'l Kea.ijufcied tii1th Dav of January I-yC. Appro\eJ this Janunr' "-4I.,-h T. .". n-,"'JG'Iwloftarte., .
IMANUFACTUBER ATrt R. L. "
: SPABKMAX. Town Clerk.
'was a very.large double log ) : ( : in Footwear. !i iL i

: pylng the pot now covered by (,.' .ANt DE-\I.r.H J i.

4: ... rocrcis] Hotel. () Goods.; ( i S :'u..l allll Ore""t",1 YI-\! J'ine I! ORDINANCE NO. 2. p

'Mr. Geo E. Tare J.illniJtr of f-vcrv Demerit.tlan .i l :
of ye nn ;
1 1 .
I II A
flitn of H. & P. erected on th j '1'w; Quilitr. AX ORDINANCE DEFINING THE
DUTIES OF TilE
,.
; .flh Titkt,. SEVERALTo.Icp' .
:
occupied the RailingI.rackct.i I :..' 1. Thitllwnc.Clr.ersof '
'.. by large and ti> : said town shall consUt of one Manor CJerK. : -
'.brick building known a* The I :awl l ni-Ilin" IiiunWr con-tant on Town ..rs Who .hall. hM: their respective officea for one year f-oru the d.te o .heir; election one Treasurer an-1 nntil one Mirsbs
I' f-uc<':- orh are ieted and duly qualified. their resf'ectiv
J I
-SFARKE.
; House, a dwelling whfcb at tuat : FLA. thlJ:1. i i1 ,EC. 1. \l*', live ->i Aldermen, who siull hold their respective ofii f.r "
T -. considered anfrnproving i ; 7"Sj--cial a 21\c-n to Filihiir i.1 -\M..r.nan and fIfiction_ atu.l until tbf-ir re-pecti\"e ucceisors ale elected and duly 1r.allrif' ') yea r2 from the dateoftbeiij

# r 'Lodges ah)ut tbe same time ET -' .! Oi'lers with i-jiatch.,. trins(.rgaLl-''! alJerauen thairDl"n.t'ho.e utV'it hill: he tf prtirJe over all eet'n"; 0 f. an'l the coacctl they .sbaH and elect one ohaid
i sence. death I reiignation ISIuahfic.atlOn of ab.c-bce.
or of the
I zat'iard (.r Mayor. shall -jrti
:. Dwelling noue now owned &1'.I II I. Scroll WcrK &c.: 'c. t.vn. ordinii--ra. and shall aN .1 Mayor pro tem untd said va'. lioa.nP. ; flIl'd uiIrvof l, olat'on, of the

by & FGardiner and family.] ] ; hut) oiCtair- f.3.: It '.hall also l.the duty of the Chairman of Council f* appoilit three .3i fltnelt-(1 .
man of co'in nieuil-ers
of Jie
fhis SD htreet committee imrne'linely after organization. board as a
building we '
; .1. soon af I I cil
chased and vnlarged Tow :Attor- Srf. 4. Th- council shall elet at its fir't meetinz. One .
and town \tton
I occupied ? Vegetable \ !
i and 4. Health : a o one health
n-y
.. number of j cam by Capt. OrangeRATES a lhY"lrliUl an regular practice In said town of Surke. ofScer who shall be

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family. Where J G. Alvarez i 1I 1 Imty of mayorMavor's SKC. ;. The duty of the Mayor shall l eio approve or veto ;
aowstands wax a dwelling house I sh-'ll: alf o try all persons arrested and brought before him any for Ordinance violation of j..>.i3"c.-I(br tl, the eoun-i!. The Maror
C'-urt-i SEc.6. The M.iVoMhAli .tnv town O.dinam-e-3
,Ly Leaslon A. Wynn. in .,. Worker i; A SPECIALT I &:c. .e. ame lj\" tin suul iini'riontiieut live full or power both in to lii enforce. discretion.proper respeciaud de:\rntlo iu his oiurts, anti enforce the

.. IIollingswoKb erected a dwelling I (1"rk Sw.. The Clerk 1 to t M'I perform the general duties of clerk of .ni.
conn
: the In cafe ofab- .S.:r. *. In ci?. of al,ien'-e or resignation or disqualification
opposite cornea block now ALSO FOR ALE E -enu Low to of said clerk lii- \\A\\\ \
Gasklns brfcU 1 $ prJIn-:&c.. \\x>n relating to ihe lu'i.uEIi.\: of hiiotliee to the Mayor, and the t.-ouncil.3b:1I' : turn overall Rook A Pa-
black. proceed a:
There I .:c. perform the duties of said ofU->e. once to elect a clerk to
,.. i inctdenU :- form.-rly ?, The Tna..ur'J: ". -
very Interesting in ; rf.-ur.5rtj y C' < ; 9. The Trsasiirer.halI be th.euU4iazi of a 11', $
hieCnry of Starke connected with : e: rii/Mi-: I.f tintown ati'l -ur i dU..i.-s.er an.! til the towu, for which h' shall \l..e resj'onMl"le to the low i.couuv-ii in %a gno.InJ 1 and othere.urities bsonging ta .

of which I hue !<'rat.; -. liiflriir.. <;;itter aJ'. i. 85,000ACRES liy the council and shall pay all order drawn on the town treasurv when surHcient loOn to l e annrored "
not space to Mayor of the the chairman
town and cuinnereigned t by the (clerk w Uh town se.lat IolgnetifbY of cauneil.t
present: About the lame'lime ( ) | FILLED. son belong to the to.vnMIX | e. money in hi posses_'

Geiger built a store house. where j:; TheTow JLarshil anJ 10 It hlMll be the duty of the )rar- hal to inforee air town ordinnnct ToarrMtall
the fame. Uringin them beiore the for trial. He nersorw violating
mayor shall
Jloyt store now *lanJ", nnd sold OF LAND i ii,; the sarne over to the tow n Tr-aMiier. and taking bin receipt tor collet the *li tines impo*,l by the mayor* payhisdutie.i '.

Mrs. Ih>yt nr ),Ir* Dillon, &I.e" "' and >curalgla ( ured In 8r Po' trr of,mar- Sft II. The Marshal shall hive the power to appc'iut. with the consent samp.of the

.: r that time % ". I. built the ; 2 Buy*, : Suitable' for Oranire Grow in d... i.I.- -, .-',-. t rlJa d m ht and I.roloer. lo -presen'e the ',.ace a1l'1- nrJer_ _n nfrhn_: .__ _tn._ .., &U rh_ ,. .._.__Mayor__ such deontim u hit
Lot6 snan Le >
.
#: pnues n:tr i toy the 1Im'n councIl.IIi 'upl'nooa.:9H r8uhdepuLyordet
,.. now stands on'thu lot aVjut & i Chemical 1 Co. have di-cov 1 of ]10 acrr-H.anri "i, as may be wanted tht n..thin: herein sh ill he construed I. a- exempting coiupen-Miiou t.hft Marshal noiexcee-un.and Ills ; one,1 -pLo Ur per diem. Provided }
bond-men
\ : Nov 1-1 deputy or deputies hy virt'ire ofbls bondas fir' aiiv liability
am year a Mr. Berybam l la I which acts with said Marsha) of said .-
Courcil.; their
truly Sf: 12. It
-' thai 1 be the duty of the coiiiicilmen
I hutinest -- ---- duties m to pas, amend or
IOllfC.where. the .lar : rapidity in the I cil repeal; all ordinances incl
: cure of Kheu ago assembled, as they may deem neccea-iary for the proper resolutions in conn-
If.rry stable now stands uls the Npuniteia. We iru'tr.tntc-e( 't j I I IC"u'I'J: anal perform all other duties of-imiiiar legislativebodies. government of said Umii. And in genera!. tn do .

inj!"I1N' n'ow iiwned by C'apt. : and PATENTS.I I AttAr "yand titc. 13. It shall be the duty of the town
J very cat-'j of acute I"I". tJS diaua-u attorney to meet the council at aiv: time ne .
and give theri. :legal advice HIAV n.
any pertaining to the r&ruesL&I.o
The above1" facts. | Ulifuriuti-m and Neural! ; I proper government ofr tfie town, and also! todo,
now : i I i I or'courts, when re-j'iest'l tod" 8 by the Mayor, and generally tn attend all )1ay- _
writer by Wm.. Edwards.? Sen.. ) and t., give immediate reli f HOUGH Health his c'ompeiuwilion shall befuoa as the ccun"I may by law provide.represent. the town Jn alllP.gal DJatters. and

: and Fili be uconti'ed in our ,e<- :\fi'I-tfftct a -r merlcanfand
f_ *. Fnrign l aid duties Water !}**, .coli'-ctVn.! of refuse, filth decaying matter when tiotitied 1 *! Marshal to in .>t aUh..r
of :30 cent-, in two th. : lb* sane and rWessarr
BARrOW JIky 3. On Friday last cent !1 Patents. port same to the Ia".r. He shall also have a general oversight of thepanitarv"resuUtion's to re-- '
C. will send to any address the. hall perform all other duties relating to his otfice.c. of the town, and
Newcastle. whose husband !. S-: L;. AH an-I 1 of laws {
a i tliis; wonderful! ; ; F. STREET X. Jaws parts in conflict with above ordinance be. ami the
lllar Fl. Meade compound proved this 21th lb>< s UlIPar
on tbe 9th of ; :'! Near U S I'aK-nt Office. WAPHIX'.TOV.. January 7.ATTKST !hereby repealed Ap.
last was on tbe affidavit of Dr. 1 tilled I by your home drug 1 I Personal attfatK.nfn, to the preparation and C. : R. L. SPARKMAX, Town Clerk. T. A. KNIGHTM.yor.. <>
to"t.'K t.ike thi- ,! prr/se utioii (f applications for Ij-llf-m I'atcct. ',
means of
Newcastle. brother of tb* I All l business b-for the U S. Patent Office :!
at- -
\ to the public instead of i tended to for m'derate ('. When
under arrest and held for patent is
: a" a atent j antI.adrawinfyour invention with claims. ORDINANCE NO. 3. 1 1AN
for the i medicine It >ou rnameand a.Mre
murder of her husband. I I I will be published in the -
I l less We t tnitort htates Patent Office Gazett.a -
expensive. I.nr-'f'.f
was called up on Saturday before willi I im rfleni.e circuUtion and the ORDINANCE IN RELATION TO .
"rilv CLOSING
that OF
]ap-r
Fortntr and Durrance. [I money if .viti .faction is. not I publishes thin frffr TheMayor ana councilmen of the PLACES OF BUSINESS:
but. to t-Noney in the United States town of Starke in council assembled do origin
of
= Clos'np
pos.e ses follows-
; prosecution to obtein additional] "lj.-rilr; faciiti! for oi.Lainin? patents, or ascer- stores. J. SKC. 1. All:stoics barrooms and other places of business, except in casas o- actual ;

? it was adjourned until today at I:D1.S.CJII:'IfC.\J. Co.. i I!;'.tat.,(nhig'L.plo-'i tbe of patentability patents furnished<.f patents.for 2>cents each. on rooms Sabbath.Jtc..r.Including.the Sabbath..I with in the limits of said town shall be required to close at IS o'cl<-ck rn. on ntc-cev-itv sVvurJaV. mghb.'ana Drug: tort'S no,
I .
.' The CrawfonUviile! Ir.d. 'Crjrr'ond-nc irl\t..1. For: violation during t
case the -
occupied whole day i SEC. 2. All
person&vinlating the provisions of the
;.-ly. of a.o"". foregoing section shall ll- fined t
.' ulted in defendant being held ......,............ ........-.-... IJr be ImItlsoued not lon.e than ten ((10) days or both so fined not exces-diug ten dollars ($10) i
a $5 bond as an accessory STARKE LIVERY STABLE. thIs .Januarr 24 1S7. andlmpnsoted In the dicretirn! or the Iayor. Approved :
f. .
NERVOUS \ iNIGllT
?
fact for her appearance before ; AND "TEST: n. L. SPAHIDLTown Clerk. 3layuir ..

se ion of the grand jury which suffer from i ': 1
I I4..f in'les-ril-ale! FElU ANI> SALI: .
STAIJLIS.
May 16tb next. Bail was at on e.o L lioth mental and phvsieal? ORDINANCE NO- 4. 1
!
: ,
.jd the defendant released] : ;rd.) or from othprj'j I i. .- ._ .,
:
lion was represented J. < debiliuted? I'o you la<-\ j 1j r; ; '---vRY: Sr- 1 AN OHIHS.XCJHEL..TIOX TO OBSTRUCTING TIlE STREETS- ".1'' t

}:fIQ.. aud Messrs. C. .,Wilsoo. 1 j rth and vifility IVorn any J ZJ jL relation The Mayor and cuuncilmen of the town of Starke in council assembled PUBLIC do orfcain ;
and .- - hUll Tyler represented or t
the you are troll- to nu san causing to be placed any wood rlanure .
: ." <>f Y cet on thestreets. tractions upon any public street of said town. And piTipacr! niliril< tf "
The above will itielf any 11a lIrellll i failing to ob-
explain ) aj marshal I, shall upontgiviction remove the .". t U i hI: wQr'cd toTn '
by the ) s. 1
castle well know etl fcUni|.e was in this j .AU lined aud imprisoned in the discretion of the exccdin; I lwenlvdiJI.iw ( 2o!,'r il J '
'
mayor. Approved both 7

; used to live on Kingbley Lake. I : : nf-r\ for' full. information I ATTEST: R. I.. iPARKMAN. Town Clerk ibis Januar J24 1-.';. 10 t

Prof. ( irt" "HJZO E T. .\. KNIGHT. .
k. There was quite a fire in,. .xT." It is ea.1i--e.l IIy the I[: } ------ ----- -- 3aror

last Sunday it originated In"the 'f pre!.. the 1JJ.lit'al proff*"ion Z ,- ----- ".r.

of the office of thc Floridlan. I1hf'lIt persons who h.ye in-I' '..i
considerable It ; njpriA: Fir>t-fl.iv t..tirr.uts furnMied at all il"
damage done, but it $> Treat na'n L !
: a total b,8.V'e imagine that to on.* l.er"on in evepv: h i'ur'. thiyit ui i.I. DRUG Having bought out Mr. B. P. Jones I

L he pi in that office every jncal for j both eXl'r.JIJI11'o.tomce :' Term* ]H.q.JJhle.ANDKEWS: &Give.\LY.HEZ.u< a trial. STORE;,am determined to sell goods for cash at n 'TIW."1 SWEAT .j.

enclose .Vi rr nts to corer: very small margin. do earnestly ask tht :jj
The$natntiitl Marke. Fl.i. .
& contest is no and ,
dehyerinjr. In or- ; -= : ;public to call and :
'lute.lann ever. Bloxham is i "15." .\llllre! -------I- =:z- see what I am doio? -IHALKIISDjH I -_
'P.:
Co.Viptiii TO STIU WHElmy ouo\vi-n< latter the change. with a full line of
Blork General
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lead and is sure to be tbe man. : Y GOO D S 'j
Y.
Bioxbam 1 Triihy: 1'.\ have just reeived a 1: Merchandise and School Books. $ _;
'etters in tbcT. .
U. only 5 .large l Mip;>lv of the CELEBRATEDiVIRGINIA Yours &c. I
tb ens Bloxham's chances. OF INSOLVKXCY.: |I VKXTILATEI: ) MERRY-; 4t :Fu.nc otioU8.f .
: BBADPORD j! 'JtATJN: ; AND STANAKD QUART B. II. JOXES.Dlsolntlon .
ST..1IKE. CnnmIV ETBA-i-I ]BASK El's, win 'h they will ell atjob- :
W
Fpjierhon. Administrator I hers Boot.si &
"- L&t Saturday morning (;. W Fiijicrson. deceased.1 e -- prices.j __ _ _____ ; Shoes, :
ped away from our sanctum and harms r.lt-d in the office of'.zh I '
"i., I brtif Vivlt to tb/ above plac! :. j of I county of sai.l a e ntten-. u jj- hJ-[j (). IA.7 KEENE ; I of Partnership. FANCY Groceries
tate. ,
AHK The firm of .
front observations Moore & j
'iir while Webb
Ija looking upwsrd'and ere long :iitxail nn naring estate cUinis ti tire of arty the Millinery j I Fancy Dress Goods ; J. L. GASKINS, ,,disolved- by mutual jnset. S.is J this). Moon dav } -AI,'VAYS ix STOCK.A .- _iJ,

) 'lg"'D of no fmall importance. The I 1. in tI ftiH t | NOTIONS. KID GLOVES. PARASOLS, i' &DE.\MLERel ;,takes charee of and conducts the Eurek. '
1_ round is omewbat low but well Drugs Store ands responsible for all 1 debts :; : '
: Silk Uinbrclli and .
Z' RrA'DYMJAJo.DESTOClJ.OoTHFING'
i J tb raising-all kinds of Florida : ii..k i of!;material, !Jhyr.fort and all kinds Starke, },In. !;receives all money due. I. C. Webb con :;
The )\ that -.I.wiI1 cxtenj ;ducts the .'
,. r pup w* met were as newspaper business nil
pays
able] and lively and. nude. nj :i- Fa./lC/T"u..7.-. : Physicians'Prescriptions- .:debts him.and. all accounts due are payablt JUST RECEIVED.STARKE .'

tue.I ;1. R4I-110; T l'roinrit attention to or>!er. I Carefully Compounded at tM 1iou.ru oi\\lito _ JJ
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: f Delavan.j ., tt.i't Mr. Thsn as who. AN THUSIJSTIC M 1-i I pROFESSIOkALARDS. .- ; .V.. !. .. : '. LH;: ."_ 10.. _._9. ,-.y ._ t 'J" a....">i,.: .' .

ITYWS.t has been in the city.tof IOELLT1EX : _:: ._ ._ : .: -. -- -: ,; ': J. :' t'I. ,
\ Several month, : -- --- -- .' .. .- .. .," .
I "'( ins returned to his home at that 1'1'WI HELD IN RED MEN'S t .4 .. < ji: C .. ; i "f
for tbe TKL OnApn. I 11'I' alce. : ; \ (-i' '
fSubscJibe .OlJlt.Jl1Ji "
r. bouht. I 'fq--J.J "
h handsome n very S i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NOV ; f'1tj.li'I\:1: ) -
ordinanc inlhis issu.The
the city young
9rltnge grove two mfl&s; ON SATURDAY APRIL .. I V : ;j'; V


.".:.! LL cut 1s paper.of Webb's: .._llolliug\ Expo. .ition Sn /oIOutb ln the uf' :\rlr the hirn laity."Never city back..-80 10 we our will sunny be sure climate,ti"elcomo ]: Mr..Wanton. .-. -Peo jTebb. Je., -Addre. .8AR. :- -BRADFORD TARY COCXTY. PI.oi; ii Y'J.p 1 1! alai6eD": > IX'oo'.d'_ : '::0't 1 f-t"J";.,L _0.: ,: .Y;.,.


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TITLE'md .
IWal! '
-syorEfltglt proposes to enforce tl -. ABSTRACT OK F I .. ,' r '.; : -.
.. was I 1\rll tillch 11 terrible! f ale 1iwjiSpecialty.. ". .' ... y. -
1s. That's right Mr. Mayor. curse, As I .. 13. 4t
aV ns the off about WMiubtorn announced. in the TEI. .\' stnicts furnished showing leed. t .t-i' ..1. .*.' :l. : 1. "4.: : :.

l flection for: :one nldcrman and a .cil. Could T"g0t, plJ Ni l. that lie cold, : Wanton. 8. Webb rf ,' MOItgOgiVL1Cn; Tax Sale; 'Judgment.. I wI' ,.E'IY"f .U: V.V.'If', t ..' ,/V V

.: r OD next TueSlla)' t e l th. Z UOll and hart lived in_ ivilI1 L cd in Starke on last 8.hlrda ". I I t lafl, ltnt. and nil ... matters Pul1ic I :-. .. J. 'qIf;. V": .
) not 11-l\'It of BuU's ,V iSA ; "
._, Or. I the I R.'Cord & file affecting Titles of ( I I .. .f. -'V ,

;.: trawberries ar "BtijJ.l >mrlogJn.Beems ; Cough h Syrup! Let him tLkb the old rWe people about his Rolling tntc in DrsdforM'-colInty\, Florida, update p I VV :. V' ;" ;?o-4 :..V V .4 a;

? iu CIbAU1b1. l li:1hlei; and stop swearing. ) lice. Mayor Ktfightcaned the of. .\b8tr L VV : Sj) .-' --.r : >
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pp11 .
: )fr. Louis Witkovski' has.received: .bis I Wfn that Mr. -S. F.-Gardiner hM, and object addressed of the meeting the people.ant telling nomi. Headqnarfers for-FIRE IN'SURAKC I I ntk.i n}L.n1'. e l1. :: :' .'; 4i :,

.. county coram'usioner. m-hased of Prof. W F. Seals the house Tate Powell for representing the Liverpool & Lln' ou&. tf-t: .. Y : V t. ; J V
$ tumroi8Slpn; chairman: whQ Globe Co. ... : f ". '.
-.7'.1' (1'll'thite
T u inl lots upon which hit now reides. After fruitless ---- -----.--.-- .: .y >1Jt ,
n
of FcrnTmlina e several nomin G ._.i
J- J. Kelly ,. Fla.. .. -
,;)r. notice also :. V ,
several : r. ;
in the city over SUl dn)'. other transfers of real; Knight was: elected, as U11C1LA U I K..U.! fi'tllr !!illlncry [ : ,' : ::1' A'. ,
j state tn !lr. l. MO't'O" ':
allot which { i .
tend to make I meeting and I. C, Webb. ,. .WijjJU,. '
::). J. W. Andrews spent Z\ few day him a permanent resident here. lIe paper as ", : : I
will secretary. lIon. J. 1t .
1JOYS' HAT Oi fiND.SH ,
:. the country last week. n-pnir the house and improve the grounds G. W. Livingston, John Dyal F. ,J. FIELD ;t 'GENT'S AND : 'Q :': v'I \,. .

Direct buds of neB nud otherwise mk improvement Sutton elected .. c. -
;1. is hope. Dn-qcl's about were vice & V
I the place wlm-h will be of now W-tlrd'jMTnianeutly: in : Is win" 3 V Aj FNEqOTl.1H.1i .
a great improvement these took seats on the 'I ir1. :0 IR. a
i.eulO1ne. this to do ..1'1 l iw..r1. :'I".t rin .I.omlull i o @ ._ .
in purl of the city.Our Mayor Hanging built; |*rfect I :? .- -
Knight now Paper -
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! Tbe Red Men are to give an excursion I t-Vjo-lwork andMtNfacuonEiinrantot: 0 -- .
.: fellow lowtiRinan *Mr7 J.: Wanton S. Webb who spoke Pure. warnt.d mldcra: ".III.lt gh n \V'-k. doi _V. .. : '7
: 1jpib1o Beach on Thursday ,pt.'ciatrniu1ctve'lo'c1ock. L J. Field half toy the day orc' tract.'V : : : .': ; V .i .

; round trip | ,\. -** wonef th jn.wi progressive gardeners. an hour. lIe told how he A marvel L : j Bargain MiisiVi .\, '7' :

j. __ *- and floiimt. .JII st tairnnd sec. what i idea of his car. The length wloesonicnes! : AUSTIN j Thia Favorite Alt inn of Sounds an.1 Daltad*? .

1: K>The entire new hoard of county: con. quantiti es 111,\'uriiie lie ,has. It'is cer- feet. 50 feet will be allotted to in the('ompetition'ordinary .:l.' T4TE POWELL, M..D., 't'l>nular iimlrHithirtr-lw music.'full liet music pieces (of tz..choice with eoownete wuiV .$-,

;tJl1ss1onerl\ met far the firsL time on Moi. tainjy: worth .Ii vim to his coscy little the balance will be divided into lov- test, short" After an experience of twenty years: In --A3nLlr IBS or- w-'r l"anil mu.sk- ant piano 'accctnpni: ..,

home and dinning room. The > powders. the practice of profession has no he*i tr.ent U finely printed upon fc e2vy paper With a V
to
we so varied price
J 11asl. ;a display. And vt-n-attractive cover. The follow? are tho"titlrsof V *.0f'
. -_ _ apple tree which un tising is to be.a00 for window i l Baking Pow- taney in promising the latesi aiulni :st Tin; and.Shet1ron.ar thi SiuiKfl and tllLlIl\th'etlnl! : 't The county poor farm was spld for Its has upon it over 100 of i I : -V. scientific treatment to those asking hi Favorite Alb'im-A r'o- V
the two fect.wide and 3 feet ; V The D Old of flume otbto". WaA' i" V
long. aa
prettiest apples Vs Songs ;
)eI on Monday and nil of Lake Butlelie .we ever luve seen i in vertiser t ervices.V. V -.A'ID' tie Uitle feot:Oh. You PI Mty Slue..yed \Vjtcbr
Florida. can paint anything on Calls to the promptly attended Wu Eta! Utter 1B t'as. 2Viw
. in the unknown list country t ; Katy'H ; iinr Brtl; I" .
seat to
/ county was that he desires and a cortaion 6 ] : Witkovski't Diseases of females and children pecinl I'ARLOn."OFPICiAXD COOK1XI'f S: E..tP'Kl..juJC Kate Wont You Tell MWbv. V
On Monday last t Koltin;Tb. Ol.l Uardrn Qat1; ; iKma !.*"" .P ,
4fle Christian Church give: a strawberry' our Foreman Bill wa l be l given him on the inside, for (' ru.kcr' coat ty- [!.>w'thfVa iri5r Uii lrf 1; Fa V.I. LeatM: All .
frightened out of a Mjli'sh fron OPice! at Kelley's Drug Store or at his .tflIfl tw Summer Roses 'l\I1K tiM Harp V'iiUIly.
festival on Friday nigh. years growth by the I bits.. The : ; :
d ice cream pannel between the ___
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I V r sidence in East Surke.: (i )Iy pretty I uLxe ; Inalld.o'.t tUnk I .
,ZJiy 13th the public are invited. ; appearance of two beautiful young ladies i ii is $c2ZO. The car will start ,. .haU.3! !1rry IIn''lIIjnor..mE'Tlpnl.H.' : S V V
in ( lock Across th. ,etA Yt'ar1:0 .B.1.lI1ro-Inr'! V VIaitltith
i our sanctum, they did ; ; .
not come to seethe I 1st. and visit Bradford LQdZe No. 42 P. and
all the and L One y..r'
State QomlNurbt Hippy
: :4 The ladies have nearly all blossomed. I Editor either, So Bill plays the a ""Resulator oJ .\.' I. Regul.tr communications thnSatunlays .. iJ <*>: -nnir In the; t rtHiiir in their new summer hats- and frock and gallant North and West will stop in all the' U; in each .month. ('', .J".irwf: P.ilty; \VniqwP i ie the..TwUiKhtTtus V
nut explains Liver W. KicKurca,
to the ladies; the au. rV JOHN HAI.IL. ,
mysterieof cities and attend i a tvrjrHnf collation of real YOCJe,1O1.V
the
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md look finer than ever. a printing office of the carnivals Then is you V 8l'C1-et."I..rf" W. M. i\?,l pittp'i ip in vrry handsome style. FU5 .. ,
one ladies WLSso positions in order. Also will breath often- l li-hl'I' n> tilt' i>uU vrav nUll nought at a rull..j .4
: Miss Annie and Willie Epperson; of r interested in the flow of words of the each ; feel languid di .- Lake View Lodge No. 63 ol I. & .\. IT1Hdjrnlar >:-1". t>i.-. would cost you Sil.-V.! We _. ,' -
advertisers exhibit and Meeting i Necoiul* and fOil i-th' htfuht jfl lot of tH miii-ic ut a ?iert *crifu-* 0, ,
::lake Butler were in town ibis week. They Foreman that she acci.lently. '! got in close reading matter free. Mr. Blaine ., Sleet i is Salni'laV( (.t'II inoi.th 2 o'clock.! ** 1 I ma i.! UH 'he! h-'li.U\ a>e l"tI'sin. i'if..c V 3 V
contact !? Sm'nll': out our:-tc.>cl; tt once ViIi ft-11.!3otl tnern'ireiiltetti'Mi ,
the :
jtmained a few days. with ink cady nud carried F.IIIF'rIIIK: : : CHI-.STKH;: NoKTnrrSeiroiarv. ,
T..U. who w-ll aid k
was with Mr. Webb action of tin wrupiinlanl t>OMti> for ('111) j
way a lasting rememberance \V. Mwt-T.: 4SP Id-is) ;eudinliuitl'tirrlr. .\'!!re"i.
k 'lion. J. M. Johns paid his family and I of her fits. dcrs.ed( the meeting and stated I genuine pre TrIEr.I'IL,1wto:. .

(friends a flying visit last week. He i is visit to the devils den and an edItorial T.-U. had taken a great II I VV. I l5lP'I01UiU: : ) : OF RED 31BX"OsccoiATntitK 5 -rocu: ..r'

sanctum. Bill says coma again.: and ( No. 1. FLA.- Cu.tir.ci : .
!1 looking well as ever.Don't enterprise wouhllveit their '
4 ., l infijv II IIP'I'S Fires liindlcd eich NS'cdiu-srtny's "ijleeji. Overfi r>nO PEOPLE V :
I At the Starke Iii.tltute FrIdai EvenIng Then follow.1 remarks by Mr. ,QOO, V 4'
f forget to call at the TKLEOR.VPI[ St salt at theirVigwam.. Starke Fla.f <> VEs
\, LaM. Lake Col. Bugg. Col. Smith, 'hiouly takes it. nuisiciit Ilrulhcrs cordially invited tottend. FERRYSSEEDS "- -
I t ||office if in need of old papers only' 25cts. The / .
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exercises a the Starkc Institute Johns and HAYXKS, .
till
on others all got a V'O. the latat and moat npprrr.dly (t ms -- D.M.FE.RVACO. -
1f ;per hundred. Friday evening last were a success, the acquainted with the *. bacht'iii. Si!" sx..dttt.4tob.thaLA&tttsuuau V .
< project.Ir. ( \ which( is
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\ 6. Co : lust uten ila of aU kdl1.: > & .
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? Take a dose of Dr. Bull's Baltimore evening was beautiful. and the house was said that: the meeting had done Such is Hood's! WII.MAML.Kr. 'i.n It WtAcMTU. V VVD.IFWT&CO'S
0 Chief/If llevo.rd. ; .
" Tills if you have a sick hc.idaclie; we full of an educated and refined audience. deal of good even if there was 1 peculiar cura-'. -t-_______ I illl and Force Pumps, and Wrouht trait Pipes.RIViNG .IS. 0h0h B.- .. ..1I V :l ltf)4h.hprk.4

The long and entire in i the ;: _. May. Ldsre No. 10 JL. V -4
relief. .
asit
.know youwillfind_ ___ programme was good matter would \ ; ; I _SEEDUIUJL : V
Fri
:: Give stock Day's Horse Powder. md showed great taste in Prof. Loonej and people would find out that of Millinery ,.1 O.ay O.night IMet'ts at Odd every Fellows WELLS ATSPECJALTY.in (0011" : V. Forl887'wJft I .

: your and his a ish\.Its. The opening chorus. some life left in Bradford \ ki':. lfill. Transient, lirothon'. F..II be IUi1eI au V . ;h:
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county.
;tat regjhxting the bowels snd giving torn eonlialltnviteil to attend -n-l Iron ioof: put tn an wha ? t V. aacI
the stomach.A Greeting Glee" wns well rendered by 1 1\ finally decided to appoir.t a Good Works; I. C. Hru. E. S.THml is. .IJ1" I..tf'r't.r. C)rl'err fl, 11.1 ;ivterp orn..tIi V f" V.V' .
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-- --- full class of HiUe girl The entire pro. investigate i the matter and have !I Jacknvilie: I __ecrl't"'robll"'_'H u______ __ lran._'t._ :. !$''l. Wit.d Engines for I'U ;:p.u wier I VV\ ,ita$4w- :. C V

' I prudent man, "according to Hoylc," gnuun.e is to long for comme nrs on each consult with the people of the .) i in th.j tlii-i -Y51 section l : (FUCII tlltf"rRV... 0.om')' a Ih'11 Sell"f" ec1e,) B .((:D, for arler.Ie ai Chur..1 bar h.. a en.D.i .: ".z-IIl.deriDe i&1. V .. p..V VJ 1

For cut, and bruise and burn ank hoi I iece CTiiUTlANCl1IJRCil. $aD"EwrJ. I:
"Three take some action in
seperatcly. Little Toad the \ Ms mngniil- I V ..s- lit. .

Will use at once Salvation Oil. Stools" was '\"elncted: by 3 little girls and president appointed the [ ; ; :1I,1 ..:::1"1'! MI! r. Act 11:2'3J.N -1 Pert-rJ: us. i'JiOYE8. at 1M. '. V ." V1ToW.,5&D5&.ld.i 1
Wholesale dices
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The gardens around and in Starke art vas an entire surprise to the audience mittee. J. ). TI )'. .J. W. ) ; >Vii invi-n il-v--r reai t tin' I G. 1\ 'YOU.IJ. Ihe I Risjor ppMi-lV-s: at1I.VMPTOX t I.i. V __ __ ...dgri&Addre.Lruatsci 1...

well and their duty 'Come where the Lilhes "Bloom" McKinney, T. .\. F. : -
chorus Knight S.
: looking arc doing I ( in 1-1 intr.!. I ( -V !'r- itcoi'r ted f r.1 "arze n.!. o -m n Detroit Mtelvrotnl ) V

i[bravely supplying both table and market 1 hy the entire school was well rendered. ''er. 1 1'. Tnte Powell and \Vn). t 1 is I\'I'I! 1,11 iMfh:i 1-i Lor.' il.iy: at 11 a. in. and Saturday ."f oo 1\.1 eit c t -vt-s. h -, i.( ii ft ------ ---- V ,
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Three Little Kittens seveial! more remarks it : \JII m.iy dEl ? el forthJameateafla7blMS. V '
brought down V A tr !
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,* We had a pleasant' call from the Misses at ?:U'J p. mit.a Y 0\ ry |I' I-H-- Al g. d.'4t;? rlit Ii | ('l4tIita" s in'x.kH.Tii recommend. -
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the house and caused a great deal of sport.Vhtoll and seconded thai a vote of tI.T.\HI\1 a' ..r* i an toruia tI'lI; 00I tf{ pooirin: .nr<.irt > ui.nka.Ijrjrcr J>roflt TkUtotMoriuluplitst.oo V V
,[Maud and Fannie Powell 011 last Monday. ; ; 1 l'e I t 6A.t f (.cfc'iir ... \1 ., ? IJt ware of Imitation*which. .
\ Iatches" Emma given 51 r. B'aine' and the : :? .rcn-I:; V V
buy
by ; Truly T.-U : :Ll1 im'i ."-' tl.Il' 81 It a. m" and etich kr..wl..I.tr. w-;r.Tloilty by attempUdC V
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We always like to see the ladies so corm -.I-- lu.1;: u..i; .'''1"a VtOj: fit tl1enrll11SaJ. V V
was well rendered but when Little Eva i interest they bad displayed by : ago this month Lords day: nt G:30) p. rn. I !-ij.. ul.ov. M, .ultd NODe Jiri.uiiu) liiilc-sit brurinzlhls Bluip* '

again. _ _ Truly came out on the stage and san I.'. 2nt at this meeting, also a vote i i t: : : mui: I isimi in I tin-: MAXVILLEach Fe um.i ut FI\., I). c. 1 1--0-ij JAP3 MEANS' .: .: .:
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Prof. O C. Loonny gave his pupils af I "Creep into Bed My Baby" MI real and be given to Mr.[ Gardiner for his ; (cure pla-tcrs tiii'l got e Si'il\ L'>rd" diy at U 1 a..m. and S..tinT : ._ "' C-!_' ...-' VV V V

:f social party at the Institute building or I earnest the whole house i in getting I the mtvliug the t : lc --- -- ilJ 3 SHOE ." V
was convulsed up : : : ; S -:-.ircd m ;!\' be foro at 7::J'|) p.I m. r. V

4 last Sat. evening tbe young folks had :i I with laughter and of couse she was called expense he ha-1 be-nto III ;' : : which ,.IuiIely; i!I noli I I UNOach .\!'nt4tV'lnh'd FIVfcTIIOUSAXD.IOK 1 f7. i..It.d.... !n Ji.Enttnn.ltf Cuff eo,1ft, UA0Z". .VV. '.
D'.lIlah'
t fine time. l out to u-peat the pieco. A Welcome Webb lure. There being no : 1..1 riu-ii liism e 4th Lon thiit 11 1 a. in, and Stt ur- now HuoS' 'qiuIcktc. .ell! V k. .'ta:V L' ',.\k\ell.::I-''in.'tnraitf.DwralXtitu ApofUlpmnif .Ocmtfkirt/t r" VV V V V (V

: I. The lecture given by 31r.I Wright ocIJ into Heaven'-by Miss Cloud was well h lurinct-s the meeting :adjourned.; : day bcfiTf -it 7:30:: fl. in. -T.IKI: oIvnsiTri ;.'- t.J..L u. FP 1 .\ ', .k.r.1.t.O'I"w'1Jh.iluatoortoft 7OU'till* i- ''

rendered in earnest t Mr. Webb left overland for t'C! -.. v tiii-: r.i..ht v.M.r.\i"i>: o i-; ucoining -.' il. "', ,"VKf in lID; State.. .
; Tuesday evening was well attea-cd! we an manner all her \ : .su:::. CiiriK I : 1 1 VVOhSIH: > .'... \. 111TIto.J.. ...V.J
ai \\ ks. Mi-clos-ly fi'.ni Jlur fai.iicinl; 1 -'X .
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where he had
be but it is own an appointment t.) II \T (H\Ni5RCOI.I.MJI-! I :. : } : .J'IcS 1-eans .. J'L:0
: were unable to present report caturth.: ma- :iHld !I.:1 i M -Tl.it HAMl elictaes.I i ii: a ".:1 {;... .. ww ....
"Sweet Heather Bell" Miss Belle t.o pe-'pie I then, we will add Hut : : l Itorof .7 ; .
iMdUMit .MrWrigbtadvanced many oo t 1 by l : : sci-ful-i and e ich Lonl'iil-iv i allt I I I ;t. n V Lmv. liii-y! l1I&ii..t ltC.I.Ji'I'II'III"r'lil. :" ----.J'' .. :. U
. Richard was ell rendered "Bunch ol 1'now kindled, don't let it go : ; Pt!:: Vl:: \iiIG! &:'. 'Viii stt.x.: i i'Tui.'zi'.(. -.. .--r.- -

as. .-- Butter Cups" was new and novel for. i iust: he up' :and doing or be"left i l ; !-! \'rlhl.\ 7f'II't)- i h'. .MII.I.IMX: wnnt: a'fXIIUJ iift- n> b. : SH"Q' -. ..
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1.I : : ach Wedrs-s-liy at (!' t' si hj1 till' t 0 1r.
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: I': We saw the jolly face of Col. W. \Vfjloore Starke. The Instrlllnl'ntal010 Mrs. mow and move quickly. : :;llll. Co., 1 tt maATI.'r Pr'I'II.lt1: IIUTII:: II{ .. I., 0 !- "91:
hut week. He r. by -- ;i ".Jov.. ") Sml'j'Ci n xi Lint's-[ \ iv 11 a. m. t III" .\':. Quick I !i. tin* "...i. l\nih I Ill *. JTI"MOurle .'.4.. .
>1 on our streets Jocrg was beau tiful, to say the la.t t: To the Editor of THE TELEGRAPH---: 'The: [l'n'iiiMfy; ': : i r.HEvr ctcm nll. Semi for nrcjil'if-! .r'wOf !.1 fa ""h-:I.t/lill _AJ&rI'PFqu.DtltFOS'. .V V!_ A. .
Wt Ij'a: ,1\ fi'-'t' t.;VrVk..e> e'or 11" ('iT lotto' r. aw.
'iDrncd, to Tallahassee on Sunday. and when it is remembered that Mrs. DKAU Siic-Will you pec] .. Lor.l's >md .V) r-iin for outfit to I HeBB.\ 1flhlUS. : rM. 1 h"'l.-.t-4l:%..: ..,.>%."fl5V.' vOI t.IIya&t Vlt'P
S .et 7:33: ., .. V
jubject tiny p. in r. 11: k '' .S :
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Liss much. ( 1 I, I f Pa. T F.1P')9 ;
the Col. very PubPhiladcpiii, ..' ,
Joerg is over 80 years old and that she space in your valuable paper to '. thi t ," ,; '.v.The .' blH?:: ; J.o: .I..inD..WC7. : + V VV
: ". :: l I 1 t'*. i :ii i ..t"IItaII1\.l"'h.'lI! .I"-..... .. ..
: has touched _. : .JSrAUlxM I
not for few
30 till
.':. Remarkable fine weather dry and not t a piano years Migg.'stio.is to the citizens ( ; I -- : ; 'li .1 .

i warm.Ye have heard considerable this winter it is something wonderful. (f sonic: much needed ivfoims in 1 Hin.N, of !! [[ -WALL :im-o.i 1WI.// THE RICHEST) H(mous\ BoK:) oi t .
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raise of our spring weather from the L Thc Belles" was the masterpiece cf the rnnient of their t beautiful: t i \ t i n'jvrii'ui.y.ilicit I THE LV ". !. :
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i 1I s. I lie: votts of t':'. <-ii/! <-is-: of :tmrke.3u4t : V -- V
ourisls who have prolonged their stay r evening was acte: by the }oung Ladies Last winter I I during my visiHo t I I ., .V'

: 'ntil now. The beauties of our State arceD in chorus. "The 1 lIlIes" was a surprise I[ ]hadoccasion: to spend /('\ ftt.t'l.tH.'t!. I Imi" Samantiia ai Saratoga "

more plentiful in summer than in Lo everybody and was well carried out, jlet-unt weeks with thl.m1111 I I i 1.11 I--: ->;;;>:' T> .1111! I ;Shoes n the b! y Jo>i-ili AHfii.sVifl.. .Mis. Ho: .
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t ity at I". W Swrit'-.. ; 5t P"I.t all fOr !hi-i ,1.t"1 illli tm.! : f. V...
inter.A Mr. Johns who is a son) (If one of our popular was greatly; impr-s-cd, with, the : IO viI .. .
IK fVMJiosand takes; oil: JN uIt!liesliar? I .
. <' crying- baby is au unpleasant puc .-n. west Bradford farmers has full confidence tire pi ice and i its general a.h't ; I .1. I l' ;I'll"T.. C IV:. C-i'.ly I Surveyor.it i inns.: L.-.v-ni-c:'i-'' ilr.">.ii!;. j I'"iird-"r' nivr ..V .a. 4V
in himself and takes the lead I I rnllhe iiigli: social: MUnding of I .\ I t tiniv..1 1st o:' fti-ii !I.. II"i| ,;.J 1.It:1:! !I.. i it iiiiiiii'.ibl"! : mirthr.ivoki: ; g -vi"t' \ 'V '
::1' jeT in a street-car. In such cases give' t put hi'i-.-Sf; I iii ;Mfi.i; .it-: \i -ts .\-.-t.-r! fur t,o-'k is i-jiiyrst.v
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I ll'an n.i.rsriiM
While Mr. ants
. nicely York son of the always; look back tI I n .
'4 Bull's to the little surer I Ihl t', i.f Sir: -. t it/ II.MM- '. TBS OMIT flUx V
pro Baby Syrup Iy ; -H- J> z ::. ilicn'o\\n-il\ aiii-t of t'a; c V .
County Clerk can throw on mon' \ilh I a pleasant recollection and v\\ V -
. : to tase its trcublcs. agony I I fill' I'ilL 11-1 s'fJiinit! 4; in a few minutes than nit.st any youngilude. (quently feel greatly interotcdin I .,\<.-:: r s :wAnijdi: ".. IRONTONIC I : '

,1 We notice the Longwood Republican: 'aie. 1 hope that 1 may some 10 ('iI'l"1" I' .:-:t:. F) ".T r 1''I".l. ('!iLrtiT UKIt I ..iLiiivijiiiiios r ; Palis. ;>. ii.ii.hi: ( >. .

changed its name. and is now the To nm up the whole programme wc with the citizens thereof us I F.o.o'1.,. II :.,j' tIt...:;..-y. l Vnni.; I 7 .

orida Republican it is f. bright little L can simply say that the pupils of this; I made up my mind that I shall ) I'"i-.nr 'I 1..1; I,. Al--ir-z -iiiisr.i'! .'r Cot -- .. : .
i 11- !VIc.4.it-: M. r'. :I'.r.wi.: iK-cH.isol I'u.-unLiin! rerI
Jbcet and we wish It success. school are well trained and active full}) in or about, :taikt'. The t ut. ;B .
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"JJ J Our hotels etill have a good many ndowed with the spirit of advancement., Jhurches. :School soil and : the blood can- )r44' ('. r..w:.. 11) 'rVii' 'V" !ant. r.Ji _Sa Allij .W1flpVT1f7tLOODYSI&flt..1M MVER and IUDtl.V$ sat < #V V

boarders, Mr Kleinschmidt is very busy md there lays the secret of the whole winding should put Starke at I I blooJ t,-.is 1'1":1': \\' II.;"i; ,-.jMliin tnt tit" .TOII oaol YOVT1I..tii.EALTE1ndV2A.."'. .. aof VV
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pure V
; ::!fi|II.i I'll! :-; .f.'e I 'V.J: H- tt lit .1 ..J.J1.1.1 .
1 when the north bound trains stop for mccess, each and everyone did .lie \ rybest. Ilf the list. and! with a little enterl ita tls.it a'.Il' .:.!.1 .! t r. u :...t i i. or. ,. Mr.-itr j.II' ak Appetite a.4TtrdT..IiaSIb.l.ftu..tloa.Lark 0'. 4, #.

dinner. and Stai ku ma} well l be proud of so he hUrt of its citizens in the ri one DClls v-jr-i'fur, :.;i.l I I.o... rsni-r.t! of thSit| ". ofi"ri.l I, 0 _.Iaa.-J ea.: __ ,_.
l.i to v.:tTii't! fr-i.i i Pi.-m..ii.-i I j n-r.\-! sad aev ftfti.'r
good an Institution..TIARRIICO.. ioiu will soon put her when and conch i h,' I.U.-\> s 'IVIt !. ,.-: r.'si.l i.r i.f t'la: m.-t.' of the fotea.. EaUvd .th.bla4 .. V
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1i-- the acquaintance to try Ili-od's ', ,' handsomest > MppUoB Brala P.sr. !
i We were glad to I 11 v Sra'e.r lit .Mla. t.l; ; l-i-: j' >r o:5!-'- i trim .
Lclou I ittg eomptsiatip.s*
*' I would suggest that : I Ispiing. .\. Itstren&tlcis "r.iiti-'t.t i : t:-.-.';;:. LADIES' .DJLTZa" V
Jacksonville ; I .. .
: of Mr. Blame of the ; .election is It i- tli'o'.I --.I thit ti-m .!i.!. ..1.or. .\ tiOj.tJ I.ToIo .
\t the residence of her parents at Lawtey. approaching: I ;; xP tl.c: syrtem, I .. V
t his brief stay inl&Urke. < V Lu-a-U >lat'SM'tr > J"%i.i'iiT ?" ',! ; tit; "-r I 01.a .b.s1tat.dpi.d.a. .
[.Times-Union during II He" R. B. Mnttice on May Ut Mr. nominate and elect! some go,) } the digestion: i "n or ..'."' llc rit; II..) i i..In !;' I. i.) w-.:: places ii; IoU..ta St.ot.rfEtia eal7.dd..Lt.VPS S. V
,1 lie was much interested in the ) The pcculi.sr: I "n or I t.r. rflu' t'i; il.t.t .f .I:' e .\. I.. isT. 1ar1'1.l. not.za.vt.as-sI OIUaaLIaDT. '
.'. Henry G- Watkins and Miss. E.lith A spi riled man (e,'. if i he should I H\\'j: ,.. t.I. ," a.t ..1 lil'h; :'; .r ,'''' ,ill a.. HA Ji C il 'LU i.il8IB & :
I Weting held last Saturday.If comer) to the oilice; of (' (. and 'reparation) I S ii.II hati. %tIa, i It. $:ik-'i ,'S 'lt". ,"._I. It j. .-!". ( "., Dos and Dnua .) .tr.aaI1e4 .
Lewis used give to ",--Ii--I ,' I th.it his r.-.Ic-! "" :> :;Mii i i iti.-Str.iKt, > Fla. situated ( .V .
t 11r.T. W. Sweat hus built a roof over wi1l1m\'c the interest and ix \ Tt.I.i .: I'I'I IIt'W''I i.bi.s; ..fil i ".;.1 eu t\ OL hE II. 8ARTli1ltDlwiE'cotT.ILOrj!! $rMt. .' b
Our Trip to Lake Butler. To "elr" ,Ufi- .! \"'f'0.1'( itir: u>KS"e.itiv. w i-k'-. : r
)the aide walk in front of his store it wille I uwu :It heart and ono who 'will t.-j.il raV.li": V .1'i"1

these warmAfternoons. It was our good fortune on Monday imself I befoiu hand! to ( of wonderful I n r. Y 1K.C.ik 'I I
s a great improvement on au % I the bank
of
morning to find ourselves at Lake Biitlerhe up ynr.r mind: to 0 th' ('i.rruit l'i>':'.-t.rirVIV If.in! (' .u ty TI.i.'' th, :
; [ }Ir. S. evidently beli vcs in streets take the hogs out of town not be t.> I. .-. -- ..---- I I i To'sPiIIsst1muIat.tbetwpid
the indcrt
county seat where we met repreentative : :
:t. progression and comfort. L marshal and a night 'wattbmn- l I Is a lYctfiar ( :
men of Bradford. The lion., the lamps lighted! make some ronC'lcrco. I' TEN ESfNS VJHY I beautiful ,
We the list of inventors .
notice among Board of County Commissioners. The : ly: ...I1 (5 :",- ; ;t.-s. I VSn. -.

; *that have been granted patents the name L Hon. Board of Public Instriietion. our lents nd other in andhollt public improvements your .* ,'., J.t.wlla:3 I Every Fioridian should .lb.d..lly.organs lircr.,retr1Il..Cr...1M. Vwiaad

i: I of our esteemed citizen Dr. J. I,. Gabkins, faithful officer Capl. II. F. York. Brad town will soon become n I I Dollar I i KINSLEY LA1EA are u.equal.d a.u V

Ilumhjerdrier. The Dr. i if always fcusynrl b fonts handsome Sheriff and County Treasirer your ti vo and indnce-many more new I Ito 1 use the LILY BAKING ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE "- :

;: | has all ready been of service to our also had the pleasure of r f ; V.
Kelum we large two sto 2
locate there which will ; .I I to ..I.J1al dlatriet their T!rt__.
Country by his inventions. looking over the beautiful grove of Capt. I POWDER.rs -. Idcljr'rccocn lx d.at*they p.__. Vuhirpropsrti..Infre.Igtk
value of and .
property serve as pnrehaae t ..7--- -
Saturday always a busy day with our fork, we were shown a pear tree of )Ir. enefactor. I remain m .si He It is absolutely and I Ifree from that poUon... Xlevatntly *mns "
: Epperson's that was: loaded with fruit I I pure, 11 room hbuite ranted. Doee .11. Price.- aSct :
Merchants were
i so that a good many proI ours. etc. II .

i; I Rented from attending the meeting held vegetables were plenty and eggs only ik.n JOHN L. Ih, ) I from all admixture oflall@ Soldhere." -

..dozen. Our was to .uendtlic Tax ind? other adulterations. ce..S* New York -
I.T; >7 Mr. Wanton S. Webb however the object Ii barn .,
PTOiToLl-iAXI good ,
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ftw much sale it 11A31 N 2nd. -It is : V.
1 that were there were very in Sale: and a was commencing I a one spoon powder, .. ';" .
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, \1erested and enthusiastic. and lasting} till noon on S V0J- .-.-. .- --
. Monday ai noon I but double the amount will not t ;::; -' : V
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Monday the last north 'bound train "'eJne dLY. bidders were few and most We congratulate ynu on your i spoil' or injure youbread. 75 be fing i :: V -: '

, I .ttrived in Starke with a disabled engine of the land went to the state. Mr. HayneexhiLitel1 meet ::11Inlwith the : .!,(: ;I \ V '. ...,... 4i

the train was obliged to remain here un L a great deal 1 of patience in nsisting i-ish you much success and I 3d.? Its continued use will reIlicl'e ;. ..:<;.. + 1IX1.41

LCI 1an could rearh here from in ; 50 '.lear i i
r engine Balda individuals to unravel the my ters penuis happy years your dyspepsia. / b.

-. ;'Chance 1n. The to see passengers our pleasant were town."' I ? of a mixed up tax book It was quite of labor. Let peple of Bradford |i I Wi. A teaspoonful in a glass : &
: and consiiler that their l
amusing to see how excited some of the L OWIl I of' water will relieve' headache. ;
300
Benj. Bugg entertained his J'n friends land prosperity in certain measures 1 bearing peabplums
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I J 1Ist Saturday evening at the residence of weaker ones would get when any pon n lively newspaper, and! IlIp I 51\ h. Use'il and you will require I ..7.'
offered wouldpringcrying
his father. Col. Bugg. The young folks in their section was up they I

Jd a grand time. and wen sorry when I hold a receipt for that l ; al Isoconsider that an : less pills and Physic. \! Pea3i12 WtLL V .!

I 2 m. came and they had to depart..bxne : Next but on investigation may 1* they did, cannot get up such a paper I Gt h. It is just what it is represented ,, .
l> Ben. have it some other evening in patrona'ge and co-operation of th I 11'':

|. eweek. more like not a common expression of lass in your subscription at ) to be. j! '
af.
one bidder was "I'll lake it" meaning .i,f the advantage: of the reduced '} I 'th. A teaspoonful mixed with mona,., eS-1 S21's

We were shown a COPof Messrs. ive our new Editor a chance. I v
would the of land
that he buy piece '" "a.-th for .
yardiner&PrKU's new pamphlet on Brad- course \Ve tcirret to loose ouroll en. ; a: glass of sweetened water ._t t'J" Ji" i/.I'a < MU .BM.TJg5-. V .. ,

t ford county. it is a very neat little book I elling. altogether there WuSgood deal i :>. I 1. Moore[ from our rank*. 1m' ; I mah 's a delicious drink. : Po JIr:. o(t. 'lnlLl-;_ ,p-SfS t tat M UV :1

Md is all that they promise and dOt'scredIt elf sport all got extremely tired and Mr.laynes : 10 know that he is pleasantly and : ". V .'

;. to both Bradford county and the especially.Mr. Haynes has worked ('Usly situated. I Hh.! Its free use. will prevent V4a1mun 4. ;

['?. gentlemen who got it up. very hard on this list and ought to have Our people are hard at work I ." Biliousness: V ark :
the and weeds i : V' .
sire .
:,. ;, Messrs.>; Kjchard and Pace have laid out at least a re-appointment tog t back some I but crass this is easily ace.united crops! for ( I I:i Uh./ It li'ijl.aid cligeslion..a.llcl', ,I.....r ...., n.. .' : "'' ."' VL.-
tract oC 78 about mile south of earned It will not h be I Q .<4'e .r Tvjrtd Va. A ,
acres -
hard
a of his money. I time late spring. :I 'tvt"--.I A. : ". Wrroprleto .
trengthen.t/ie ,:'1'
system. .. --alii ,,, x.
: ; atke. Into a city to be call,11 Lincoln fair or jut to )Ir. Haynes if the people of )11'! ;. J Allen I was Middenry I I i i Ii __ sitioieXd.V. A. .. r.<.. VVf of"
; { y. Tne idea 18 to sell homes to the col insist the Gov. Ilizabcthtown, Ky. this week 'Oth. Yfo e jt1d patr j _V S 'fit.Jfif'i' .'-
do
not .
$ ood people the lots are for sale cheap his county upon dispatched i that her F tht'r"IIS. Home incfjjxt "l. .. -e .iV:

(,n easy terms Comer L. Peek is e-appointing Mr. Haynes or calling a petteilio live wc trust she may i I < ;f e s DR. BOLL'S C008H STRIPf' V

.; nt, see advertisement in this issue. new election then he will I surely be eleet-: >ettrr oh 111'1' ;lIrJ\'a! I i: g f- .. V

.. Tilt )It'- rs.l\'ar"e and Blanton a:e For the rare ConrfajC lds Rat.s V
meort.c nplele stock of white goods t d. into their nw ctIit ions two > i examine each ai "w }: !r :-'', Croc?, AsUjina; BCD ,.:" V- '. V V

.. kO ;kiti'IS8.. and Embroideries at Wit- shown this wtvk where they will br : I Genuine.the S 'I'i.a:.. &ftR'.11& e- c1..Ipi \;hoopb= Cc7, .ladpieotsr :..... 4. .V .r' .
Go to Witkovski's and ak to be their customers on fu tide tte !! !: )t::n, and :tJa ft1iel t..CODe :J.. : V12tLePC3O.3

For u nobbv I. -- those elegant) Orhrcntal Lace Fhmncing -- U. Zeilla& VltlEi fni&dvaMitage. ,:. .f ;, r VoftrDse.
13o..s "r st raw. .or Geiits 0 r books B. i Reemb ther THIS OFflQEI I ForSal.b7aIDrij.gistLIicel3ceztL V .' '-1.
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IJUTEO. .' VV FACTS FOB TiiE'CUBIOUS.il T1SLJOBQOL! 1 Alt OH Campaigner's Story. SnowsBoes for Horses. "- j LYDIA E PINKHAI S I Ii .

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iw .. .. 'ID 1ml'l ,, I tflirthe mountain regions dt California : COMPOUND R-IR
The command to which I belonged.inonir VEGETABLE .
The first street railroad in America was'Gwpplefcd A City er 60.... That Will -.. .' 10t,.: snowshoes during -
'i V have had o wear
'* f III .. in OOO U Twelve ...1.. Mormon V campaign was conveying : wUJI J Reafe.i 7'!.

8 :. '. New York city in 1852. "Most. remarkable atstamenti V are heard live stock sufficient for the army the past winter. The Nevada City ANY WOMAN .
? ,Ttat I
tl _II .1100. gout may be produoed by starva in every hotel lobby and on every railroad:- en.rout to Salt Lake. We had 30,000sheep Transcript, .thus describes these shoes: rIn. DI" .CUBES AND VRSYETn VVV 7-
tion :
___10 _10 has been proved by the case of Mr. train about St; 'Joseph Ma,"writes sprees 2,000 cattle and 500 mules.- Near "To make one of the shoes you first takea : t JffSBS e Colds Coughs, Sara Throat, luen. ITM' -it..

Jacques, the English faster, who developed correspondent. "A amount 'Denver natural soda piece. of rubber belting about twelve r V cvllartonWMi. Pneumonia -
..u..twtht tat nA fire Mat for large of we.came upon a, chills Swelling of the Joint .
'. gout on the eighteenth day of his 6l of inches in diameter. Fasten Jo one side II 1111117 fir tiel 1giliaI'11te43s "IIJ.tcrl1. !
City, Chicago and St. Louis capital'is being fountain bursting out> the side amountain. lisJuse lIIi1JQI" ails! i fjnnbag). hflammailonj. Rheuftll.0

.E.. atftt.0 ; .cTu1emat. npoiappllv fast. invested in St Joseph real estate and I tear Thejptdce was'a great resort of it a steel plate so perforated that the in claims faJa asiIhs,t&&U4&tM rl1 f fff.f JtIIJIIJt i&Bl". *d>*gladly jtt'' I tlsm. Neuralgia, Frostbites,Cl f.

_. .:*. '-<- ': During 1863 eleven new asteroids were i that a number of large enterprises employing: for game Hkindsyespecially elk. It calks of the horse's usual shoe will fit thesewithVthe I t bas stood the test oCrwcnty years in relieYin:p.od Mains V Headache, Toothache -

.'. 8CIPIO_ UATES. V detected, increasing the number known thousands of men and with a capital that top was .t1th.day of May, 1857. That it. Then by a clamp fasten one of cal Pain,promoting regularity of scaIOlIS,and ba&4Iin* Asthma.

; ".. ..;.. .... ...; ...... to 264. Of this total, fifty-seven have millions, have completed arrangemente for, jMgtit bur cavalry portion of the escort rubber side down" securely to weakness,backache and consequent nervous d. DIFFICULT BREATHING.

.: ... .. ..... $1 been discovered by Dr. J. Palisa of Vi to for eachfootoLtheanimal.> ire the world receives so
: ..; ... ; : moving bag and baggage, to this netr afifer was ordered up the'mountain camp .. : -F Probably no other woman CUBES THE WORST PATHS In from nne to hmtt
;. -All mbccrlpUooi molt be paid InTtriablr In a6. enna, and foUjT'six Dr. Peters E. Pmkbam. of I minute XfJT ONE HOCB after
'l.OdiIczimthaUon1nfLvororaiybody. by of- of emigration. I met"a" StTAbepb jnaa.on-a k the night Not knowing the climate Kovember.'lSSO, Thomas Tomer. Scott Depot many-'letters of thants" Lydia Tertwni U""!sue one SUFFER reading WITH thfll, i

-. ; ;; :. Clinton, N. Y. Wabash train to-day. .He.tells me that the vfe grumbled and laid down under our Putnam Co., W. Va., wrote: "In bed with Lynn Mass. .Mn."n--: : Enfield N. 1!.,, OT: n.fw"y' Keadr Relief. it Mar Cu.PAW.fjf

"trpon all matterg of local'interMt In. the Tccords of Christ Protestant; immediate the: our rubber ponchos: "When we waked in I sciatica, am using St. Jacobs Oil. Oct.25th, "I wfll!simply say that your Vegetable Compound-all Ev.ry Pale i, HnrnlrK*, BriiUe PAlasIaunrrt.
:! aoUdted. from putt of the county cause of great boom lathe extension he writes: "Three rubbings with It got me II has done m lY"rrs cigood. the Chexrt .r Limb ft wa
a Episcopal Churchol Philadelphia is an I of the Island the morning it was bitter cold and weV 1886. you recompendit to be. the Fir' ,t and I, the Only
: .... Rock "
Chicago & Pacific
-- --' i ont a.ndcuied me. No relIrl' Ottawa foliov: "I PAIN IIKMKUY 1
from
entry of.the unable first We were Another lady writes as
,7 .Q marriage of Mr. John Codd I were at to move. '. .
-_. '. 76a'r. Directory.- -.. -- .-- and Miss Mary' Fish. The ceremony was Railroad. This great system is making St: buried under six feet of snow, which had Ax Investigator has discovered' that, although have just to-day bought the seventh bottle of your Tege- allays That )la Inftamw\I'ID tantJy IOp and th cnrenC iu<); )excrurlatlnx fJKeJitionit l,wlMttiis pat\
UfilTED Joseph its Missouri River depot for its freightand dog can follow. a man s trail even after of Pills arvl s ; have used two boxes rf tho L'linc1. b. BowuK other
STAT performed 131 fallen the The tents of table Compound, gUods)
by the Rev. during night. at
:: ;. J years ago stock traffic between Chicago and the strong perfumes have been sprinkled a'ong the Wash,and think i'.but r'J'R'atlI. by (>ie apIIcati. 1ftl
Sanative
ATOU: William Sturgeon, the rector. the infantry, whom we had left below, track, yet Ifsftetts of tissue paper are placedon eral packages of your A half tn a tei po mini in half a tn>nl>ter of water
.cBoD.cb-w.. : Jones,Pe.Aols and" Southwestern ranges and has given the citya were all blown down and the stream of ths ground to be walked over, and after- right to tell you how much good I derived from your me Stingl Morofski have 8taracB. H : .
/Bfjp/WiltlMon recently con ward removedno trace of the scent will lie. Alltbefautf artburo. er"'oU8'1Seeplee. MNL
S prominence as a railroad center <-'
Ca JlolIU. firmed the fact that in equaJed L water by which they had camped was Tk'yrareSularCo Sick Ilefeinchc. DtaITD U Dysanter C.Aj .?Uu-
the
'L.1 2'WUTATIYZS:. there exists Soja Bean L only by Chicago. The extension of the Rock: frozen solid. All our stock had stampededand "We have used Red Star Cough Cure," and aches have almost disappeared,my stomach is Koch.', 1 lerry.ancl all Internal fian.
.
:* flnt Witrlrt-HdlL: H. M. Qafney- ft ferment of remarkable] sac IslandTias induced the Chicago Milwaukee write the Sisterj of the Notre Dame, Govans- stronger too and I reel myself UnPl'OTed ever w* -
1 Second Charles Dwc1 Charifying ower. Two-thirds of the i I we were in a great strait for three -tgwn Md., for the cure of coughs, oppressionof FrIeo tJ S,14 liT all Dnaala" .
DeUD D hel.or 'starch is & St. Paul to extend the diagonal south days. The sheep of course could not thro.." Price MALARIAChills
it.',I .. converted by this ferment into the chest ant sore twenty- -'-
5 I'ftl ) .xj...CIXCDIT C Br: sugar, and one-third into dextrine. This t I ward to St. Joseph, and the Santa Fe t get far, and the"cattle were soon got five cents a b.ttle. SPEAKS WELL OF IT.

\jtu 'Jaacireuit-not. w. B. \Vo soil
the
.. : 5cms Court 'At discovery will, without doubt, increase ,, ; wagon THERE is c'nsiderable phosphorus in and
.1.tCe Meec. in order to secure a short cut to Chicago said I had and the 500 mules with In portions at Georgia. In Albany this si r.ng;
the got
:.::4 i fl91,Do* .A rardee-,!.WOr.I lrtulv I .riculture.greatly importance. of this bean in ag- to Le sixty miles shorter than by any other: their two away herders, had disappeared the light emitted has been remarkable and a Aguo Conquered.
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; '. ..:9 tvIfle1-tL t. Attorney.-. Ncrth- Six miles from Mackinaw way. The Rulo bridge will be completed by entirely. Four days after they joined us caught correspondent this luminous writes substance: "Pedestrians oa Ue'r have leer, Rochester, N. Y., March 68, *o. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF

$ $ .,. ..WC.xLsrsba1Nortern- District. of Ill., is a bit the first of August, and that will send the, with one of the men frozen in the saddle. and their path would be marked fo:a short For many years I have been troubled vitb Nof? on'T nun. the patient .iz? J "
ground feet foe .ettl rtin imwljr-ettlea dst! ktf
to
eighty that is alJvays distance bytheligbt.Storm wOe .
,!- ::1i., Tbrp! ,Wat.alIUleJ.C. Wilton' TaUah wafm that square Burlington & Missouri trains from Denver He had to have both legs amputated, and severe pains in the back of my head and nICk,, : )MaJaria or\(*px*f.but" people! exuowt to K
Clerks, Nonh- so snow melts as soon as : Signal. 'will uuirnlrit on icettln out of
lelAOI I ; e fry bed. Cab
tiines that IV
1eMD.ttc it falls upon it. It is said that when the straight through St Joseph,eastward via the I afterward got a big pension. The army As the coming ot a urea: storm is heralded I the pain being so severe at J'as ; tir/nty or tV.itf: .\\r>fH of lbs Kea/lj tOilet In al

Zl .. ",4 *- TzRx-xetTUrZPDR3cT:. eartH there-is" disturbed it flashes like: HonnibcL These and other favorable circum. sutler had a lot of whisky along and the by the tli-splay of cautio.-ary signalslso is the f nearly insane, and my friends feared that I I of wat.-r. TW-iniu-itbtf.anal t at.57.lone a rra before'koor t.leytll Coin t out.ewap*u.tablet. .

..' &. nvile,tnt Monday:Decrmber. ..- burning powder and that a : stances have combined tff bring' about a I commanding, officer offered him $3 pergallon approach Consumption ot of that the dread Lungl.usuall'annot1f1c;dIn I would be. Lumps as large as a hickory .iUt I There not"medial a asntli. >"w'T11'W"W
peculiar .
TalUoaacee, ant Monday February gas r an,1 Asrni aa-1 a't"Hi 'M%l"rt "c..BtlloM
.r ,. conies up from thc prround which fai boom which, as I said in the outset,Jias become for it, but the rascal wanted. $7, advance by pimples. blotches. erui t-ons. would swell up on my forehead and neck. I iiSothlr f.,..:VHM h" RADWAY' PILt*
: so
I J It:ond.JI)a has shatter the absorbing of and had the impudence when he could[ ulcers glandular swellinzs and kindred nulirartt tried many different kinds of media'nes.undphysicians I aoqnlckaaU.\I\VAJ"S .% YKEMEK,
l topic conversation
vessel in
4: cotTBTSfortbern every which an ef manifestations or the internal blood poison
L'-JU Ililtc:. in Ir not get it to ask for mules to haul it as I which: if but seemed to reach case, fltycent'prr bottle. S.1.1t frngflttt.
the
Bon.Thos. Set>le,JsekonvflIe,Srtfx. fort has.been made to confine it. every prominent hotel lobby half way not promvtly xpelled from none my ; ____ _.__ _
V K.M. CalL Jackconrille IT. the his own were lost-in, the storm. Well, he system attacks the delicate tissues of tee until I commenced the use of Dr. Pardces --V
across continent.
I hear of
Attoriey A who have
__ __ W. C. t. curiosity has been taken by a Pierce men left the lungs, causing them to ulcerate and break
Bid oa.onTie 11abaL made twenty-five barrels of whiskycached down. Medical Discov Rheumatic and before I had used it DR. RADWAY'SThe
Pbtnp Clerk City (Mo.) man from hjs"well.. It is a fortune in one day on an-vestment Dr. Pierce's 'VJolden V Remedy
Dl L. a
,I ''. vUion. Wat.aenle .I.tf living n\h about one and one-half inches of *lOuO. People are buying lots in hollows: back in the mountain, and, as we came t i ery" is the havirg greatest theirorigin remedy for in this bat, tlcol.as for a1dieases It four days the pain left my neck and shoulders I ( Only (D.lne'' .

_k. D.F. C.WflTa1abaneeC1.rkMldt'Ie, Clerk, Dh'illon( in lell 1h. The external markings: are and on top of bluffs, and half the sales are by there another route,I suppose they areburied improves the ap" tIe and digestion i creases I and went to my hip.; and limbs. I contintwd SARSAPARILUU RESOLVE!I. '

cJmpha Ien..cla &I those cif made from th still.-Glooe-Itemocrat. nntriion: and bij'iU up the waste I system. the and the disease seemed
a ontfi-h, but there are no feelers -'< hotrt ar>inspection of taking remedy,

l _ TZRKB: alxMit the mouth. The little creature the ground whereon they are located. The THE Treasury Department is infoimed thit work downward but there was but little pajn.I The Great Blood Purifier VTafflt.
Eastern DiTialon.-Jacksonrille' An many of the trade dollars have been split and ill chronic rtlaeasei. Scrofula
first Expensive Goose. rorcnreof BJoof
in
Monday
k fcember. I 1 j is idnio' t colorless, the red blood showin city has about 60,000 inhabitants, and not filled so skilfully as f. almo-t tlefv) detection.: am still using the remedy and I feel confident ..SypafI.tk''omVlZdflI. Con"umpiton. GtmwJulajDl ,.

.' .Tflbrnary.Vesttrn.ilMdle.DYn-Ta1fahaoe Ipt-Mond I In *; the translucent flesh. It does notsemi the least remarkable fact is that she..
1 \ D1,1.ion-Fenucoa! to have eyes, though it is hard to in -tha ]pst United States census as District of Columbia, in a conversationthe I blood. or wea'{ lungs and fear consumptionicrofulous L much better and stronger than I have been I p p"l3.Affp-rl..n of tWo Lun;* and Tliroat.purlflM
first Monday In 'I other told the I disease of the lungs), take Hr. th Blood. r'st.Tii health an I vfcjocSolrf -
di-ridtf whether it day story of a ; eo
,
Ka has or not. next to Portland, the richest town of that goose I Pierte's "Golden! Medical Discovery" and it: for years. I cheerfullrecommend it to all. by 1)ruggist.. 91 t er Bottle.DR.RADWAY'SPILLS.

.'; : SATE OFFICER The wearing of wooden hat led to the her size in.the country, controlling the wholesale cost the. Government $160, as follows will cure you. Ky druggist*. Very respectfully yours, .- !

Governor- & A. Per.Tallabaae. I introduction of what is known as the trade of Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado and : THE average weekly consumption of coal in MRS. PHCEBE WHEATON I
Attorney-General. Xew Mexico.- Her shipping facilities When Fred. Douglass was Marshal it '
!
,Taltaha.et. oval] lathe. A Scotchman for coupled London is2.0UX tons.
110 Mt. Avehus.1
applied
.- k &r of State-John L trn'for Tallabaa- 01'1in with her large wholesale trade, has made her was customary to summon a large numberof I Hope anl $!0:1111 Ret"
\ The Great Liver
:1 i larpc factory in England, but perhaps the best manufacturing and : Younger nrddle-agel men, suffering (toni '
vt.r S D. Bar.Tallabasiee. \\al denied work. As he about packing point in the West. pork- witnesses to appear before the Grand nervous debility or kindred affections, should For the runof JMborfcr* rfl till StoMeh.Uv'
: c&ne-W.. ,TsIahat'ee. was to Yards The new Stock Jury the ability of the jury to examine address with lOients in siamp.s for large treatise Sworn Statement from a Well-known In'dLviduaL I Bo,,,,.KI.ltie"". !t1a.i4Pr.er1oUDis&st. u-ef
.< S Crl Lang, Tallalufce*. retire the owner of the factory noticed the most complete west of Chicago. i World's Di-pensay Medical Association. I API.eUt- HeaU-h Ctivene& I:1disre.-.tinn. 811-
P ,t.. AcJntntlelal-Daid: LndI Immigration! L. that the man wore a wooden oval-shaped cover 440 acres .of ground and will all thus summoned in one day not being Buffalo, X. Y. 1 I rn-ofs.'. rerer.Iurtainmation of the Bowel* P1l
,
: ; hortly combine a hotel Stock Exchange considered the Marshal. This I ac-lall denk-iKPinenU r.t the 1atersatVi'eTa PorfIv IV IVN
Y.
N.
by
Lockport |
was
Jtcel Tailhaue. hat. ,
On ORDERS have i minerals
'u being questioned he said that and several been issue: to the military and I vpjrtab1" containing no mercury or
Publc jntracttona3. Kna- large packing particularly the case where the naval forces of Husia A short time I afflicted with rhet.. d.ri''..1nljt'l.
:s V L .Mil, Ta uee being too ]poor> to buy a hat. he had made louses1 with other facilities. Local partycharge,1 readiness ior artive tol service.>e in a state of constant ago was I I PrleeZjI.\I't'irooJ S.,1cIbyan drajorbtnDYSPEPSIAI
4' .- of with an offense happened to be a matism so that I could iP
Immigration badly not
A. Hoblnron move. My
Cm.inioe I, one 011 a turning lathe: of his own invention. capitalists: are erecting a new jOU,000 hotel I *
:' ... 'aue V An O\"allathc was bomething new a safe depository, and companies hava beenorganized colored man. The per diem being $1.25, One Out Invented hands and limbs were all swollen. One le;: I ..
;
E "Chiet ItBE. CO'JT. and to build a belt line and two cable every negro residing in the vicinity where I In[ a postal card on whch! to send your address J>!.. Km'way'si. .M a-care for taw ?: 1.
S G. the manufacturer saw that the to Hallett t Co., Portland was so badly swollen that it burst the skin. I I ty the .
%;' .ltl-e. McWbcmer, Tallshnefee. man rood. while the Council has Maine, will./ b re- rlut. Tn-y I'Mt.'' stroazti tflfl.Cl3 aft Jb.
V'r Aealte Jq.tce P. Itaucr, Taliala-iM;; was no.ordinary nice hani(. lie gave him right to two of the just granted the the offense was alleged to have been committed turn mail. bring you free particulars: about The Sheriff of our county advised me to tiy:: enable it t<, I fOr(..rlU its ucrl.DII. The lyinatoM *"-<
street-car
'V companies of lysi ei'llla.linPI1Ia.r, 1d with theon the liabiltty1.theayatomt' :
.VA -n 1 .I : struggled to have hims lf sum- work that bjth sexes or all ages, can do. and I ; .
el ub.acbonv1e. I employment, brought the lathe before employ the electric motor. An inspection of : live at hOlne. wherever th.v are located earn Dr. Pardee's Rheumatic Remedy, and bought :I )cjntrct aiwwesu Take the med.Id_'-

r. ; *.\ e j j TVXUC LAXDI. S Lande. j the public, paid him a large prolit, and the Boston I\>sfa weekly clearing-house re- I moned. On"one of these occasions Mr. ing thereby from $5 to 25 per day. anllu't- me a bottla. After taking the remedy one day according" &arid ilirnnti True"r of ins iHjcin.a'id{obferra Uet.TF what wa sw!& .,
; V Lapdoffltv.GainwTilJe-S. C. Tucker, Remitter.c r. finally took him into j'orts for the past three months shows the percentage Wilson was foreman of the Grand Jury.A ward.. Soir.e have earned over$.V)) in e I felt relieved I ; -
and in less .
: ? partnership. than two weeks I I SeuI a le'fer Ump toDI. RADWATO >
day. Capital not
V of increase the largest of any negro was charged with having stolena required:you are started free. I ('0., 'o. :', Warren Street. New York, tor '
"-..' % .AnUJDI j The identity of the mysterious state city quoted in' the report. Under live Over If have Cold was able to go to work and have not felt rheui I "}-ale and Trn-" -.... ,
; > Land goose. thirty witnesses you a Cough, (dry-hacking)
L. were
tJV : omc'a1ee UitcbeU, CornI prisoner, who in the time of Louis XIV. such Jike circumstances, my informant summoned by the Marshaland the Grand Croup. Cankered-throat. Catarrh Dropping matism since. Three bottles cured me, and I '.J3EFtt l TO <;ET R.\UWAY't4. .
was known thought, the boom rested causing cough-.Dr.Kilmer's Indian Cough Cure I
I' as "The Man with the Iron upon a recommend it to all who -
I Mask1 has solid footin Strangers are coming in by Jury spent two days in their examina- (Coi.umptiom O.'I)) will relieve instantly-heals are suffering from I _y N U-u_ __ Z

VdV COUNTY OFFICEKS.i1 never been clearly: determined every train, and he predicted that the city tion. When the case was concluded the and cures. Price "'.50c. and $1.If I. rheumatism. CHAS. ROBILLARD. Pho's Remedy fop Catarrh to the )

rV .* V Connty Jndj*_'. R. .iCh3ri! !. ; the most credited supposition, would have a population of 100,000 in the foreman reported the facts to Judge Mc- [ afflicted with sore eyes use Dr. Ian tc Thornoson's Subscribed and sworn to before me Bus Easiest to Use,and Cheapest.CATARRH.

K: %Ve4V V ('Jtii of Circuit! (otirt-l. V. 'ok. however, i is that the distinguished prisoner next twelve month*. Large additions to Artlmr and expressed the that Eye-water. Drug-jistssell at 2)c. per bottle this 5th day of June, 13.
; V Ihcrl-If W. ; was a Count )Matthioli a minister of the city are platted, but on the market and opinion 'ROYAL G rCE'mends anything! Broken Chi. "it
RTv V -W. e1.. Walnibht Charles III. Duke sold in two days*for residences, manufactur-j'I witnesses were summoned in many cases na. Glass '"oaf! Free Vial at Drugs & UroXn M. J. TORELL Notary Public. ."

V. V ",1(:01ecorn.fu... I I of Mantua. He was ng and business purposes the real estate for revenue only. The foreman was in- Opium in Piso's Cure for Consumption Ask your druggist for Dr. Pardee's Remedyand
: --K. W..Do\vin': secretly conveyed wearing this mask as deals ranging from fiV 1,000 to;700.000 strnr'tetllJot to time in Cures where other remedies fail. 25c.FRAZERAXLE. take no other. Price Also good lbs Cold In the Had. .
(:Couuty mmick>ncri-.I... AViikort-ki M.:. McKiimvr. disguise. to the castle of in those of last a day I spend examining $1 per bottle; six Hetdacbe,JUy Fever,& Wctnt*. .
IV :1. It IJccB'l.'yl! ; John S. Andrews nut M. Pignerol week-footing up$3.rxX,000.: sueli.witnesses and the Marshal was directed bottles, fo.Pardee.
V 167H 1 where he remained; -
". Smth. until[, 1686,
V --- thereafter to summon no more witnesses Medicine Co., N.
Rochester Y.
when he was removed to the Isle of
j ; V l'CHo"PnCEnS.:\ I St. of than the Grand Jury could exam- 1 '
Vocation I PATENTS
Marguerite, and in KiftrJhis I place of con .tlt ,Cowboy,
inc the tJlewel"e G
for R
V on day which sum- EA S E
: i! yor-T. A. InIhL finement was again changed to the Bas- It surprises one'not to the manner born BEST IN THE WORLD HEtfRyWWiRif BEECHER 1' .
Vai! >h.il }. moned. This resulted correcting the K.A. LEIIA S. u-rro. or PATFST, Waahliurtoa.D
: n. \ : Uenolna. .
vi.
.
rAV VV (%aek-R. 1. i ti Ili. JJC'I1i'clit) the hitu-r place in 170;}. to. i; i Sjiarkman. He I abuse during the continuance: of Mr.Wilson's WANTED foiTthe l y Th...W.KMT. An Anlbcntlc and Complete history jP
V V Trfilfnrcr11..Jonc*. i was treated with the greatest d.f.rI md experience is required in the proper foreman LIFE OF of bill Life and Work from the Cradle to the Grave. J'oowlbook U la.SoTulrrs&Helrs. Send f tamp J
of
V V (:iIY-\ltori1l'r-J. T. Wills. I ence, but was always h landling of big herd] I term the jury. "I inquired HENRY / forAifn". The frttit rhrapft. Spltcdidly ens Ions for -i"-ui.ir4. CO! i. BINGWahlngtofl. -
cicely guarded the'trail
WARD
V ._ ,4ldc'rmenlolin e. Kiclrard, J. M. "roll,. Tate I and !, on and into the cost," said )Ir. Wilson, BEECHER Illustrated.F.U.i.; ..11d"".TisaneCnohindrInce 1111.U Y. P. 0
.hV V .1'o.wcU,J. %r. Johns, D. L. Alvarez. I uurnig all thee tw 'titv-fuiir years he round up. Many peope.l.oQk! the I Tnn W. for we pmjtk,Freight..!lrlT.E.CraTnw80 Send for Circu --- -- ,
upon "of our inquest over that goose, and hy J oAn Antheti.n I (oniplote Hlatorr lars. Address:.S.stKAMON ft IIartford.Con&. an 1 llorphinr Habit cured taW
V V1V a. ------- _- :_ ._-_ _.. .aV ys never owe seen v. ith"iit the mask. vocation of the cowboy with a touch of found that a vJIo?bitt.n.lwn Life and Work from the Yad.e to the fT&; e. OaU -- -I I OPIUM to U( .'4.Kef er to mis))patients cured
VV -V V -- -- tilt'xp..ose to the Government 10 I. I. The
V- I Contrary to the idea} that u'id be and imaginc'that Uluitrau-d. VIU KKNT and MIEirtVr. Splcntiliilr ___ 1n'i1l part. !II:.M :.';1.JUda :
\\ given ontempt. his business like wiM9rr. Dirtance no hindrance Obtan! '". Send for I
?lfjO.' That stamp
: AEEAHAU GOULD, Jay Gould's j by tin- name: applied t,) him. the mask rails for ]little beyond rough oaths and was experience has for adiimMlUfciyuRO way lh r..I;lIt..d f)'" Etlrx Tir Sfatl for CUCU- PATENTS InvrnrorVGai'le. L. IJLNO-I habit rnrrrf. Treatment sratoatrtetHCMAXE ,
.
?LIt.O. OPIUM
I
Vl been of service to me as )Ian-hal. and has Hartford. Conn. HAM. Pa'ent Lawyer. Wa hington. D. C. I KLMEDY CO.. Lafayettf.ini .

V brother. formerly.lived in Salt' takand I wa. not an iron C'I1C'. It vas black and h hard riding."And yet a ranchman learns i I enabled me to save to the treasury a pretty .;. _......__ -. '. .... ..-. -n_' .,.-.-_. -,.,' .', .- '. ;
a.: the Tribune of him maI' of Vcl\et. stiffened! with whalebone something new every div, and is fre1 ;;'!'; == -
--. says : "Many 1 large sum in witness fees. 1 ;i 1; ; K "
:- was the generous act performed |t'&I1,1 f:1.tl'nl'll: behind the jira-l: with a I jucntiy caiicu upon to ui"pay!! an amount 1i4r' ': .
by padlock 1 bv steel of that is ;"" 4 '
V V : or prillg" tact the balance in the scale of J 'IF ; i
; : him \i-bile.4iere. He had fondness Wonderful Earthquake Effect.
V a I (! Did you see a couple of thousand ,'.

:V for.sUI'l'ling very poor people t y un- II| A XiisOHin of Crime.j range beeves on the trail They will j i "It i*is ron ill wind that blows nobody

;: _. loading coal and'ckickens, and turkeys j I "The( Museum of ( frighten at their own shadows, anl the g lVul.' says the proverb, and no one i1"t
1'III\,
tV t opposite only way to manage them is to make them should endorse that ancient saying more
vegetables in th
V v&nd their bock
yards, :j jirivate ortice (.f Iti-pcctor Byrne, l
1 is* b K'lievethat they ire doing as- they please. heartily than )Ir!. Jerome, better knownto
azri when questioned not a shuddering horror ..
knowing noto
V anything ; To know when to push them and when fame as Lady Randolph: Churchill's :

abont** "ihe. affair.' :'Heiras' fond.of what much i, from what i is seen as from t to let them rest, when they should drink mother. After suffering from paralysis '"",

aXsujoing to be a man with a bad* eye, su-TgiM-ted. Speaking likenessesof and how much they can l he crowded i for some years and being quite bed-rid- .

shoji-Hfters pick-jackets burglars, without flesh d en, the poor old lady was so terrified by ."
ho eot be losing are subjects i '
..j coapJ approached and emiiK-nt requir ..
zcept "crooks" glare from the
4 l ing as much generalship in their I the first shock of the earthquake at ,
.> through nnici.red tape, when all the walls visitors. way as ".
upon[ Sledge-hammers ihe Cannes that she out .of bed fled
of
movements: a human and sprang ,
...; -- t'me: his nc.t was S3 soft as a sick V dxill whose heads are .tilled with lead, 'drags, one who has witnessed a successful anny, drive no i i [down stairs and, instead of delivering up .

,.a. ** oyste'r or a boar ding-house 0 lic' ve." sectional jimmies, ma. ks, powder- wilj-evcr afterward belittle the knowledge 1 the gho-t then and there, as her amazed ,,-t'

..' fla>>ks, ,etc.: that were used in the Man- of the i and! tcrrifk-dTricnds and attendants full veXI'C'c.ted .

; r ...'. WHKX: it tame to the question of re- hiittan Bank robbery October 27, 1878, Glul..e-Demoant.much-maligned V cowbov. she has been able to walk"C'r '.

engaging a certain pretty school teacher ,' cllalleng-e inspection in their glass casrs. I since! This is a case which should find .

j The rascals] made away with $2,749,400' i its into manuals of l I
in, XortJiumberlaTid"County Canada Sweet Home. way philosophy and
,j in bonds and securities and i, The following words In of Dn. .
about praise PTEECE'S
$15- FAVORITE
'trustees i I Imoks explaining! miracles.-London PUFSCKIPTIOS: BS a remcoy for those delicate diseases and weaknesses
I. b ome of .the* objected, saying 000 in money, on that occasion; but, Dr. Charles Mackay, formerly the.New ('.t lcrielr.German expressions peculiar with to which women thousands, must be give of interest utterance to to every their sufferer from such maladies. Ti-ey are fair samples of the spontaneous '...;

: that she had so many admirers that '! thanks' to our unequaled detective system York tt)>rre"pomlent of the London Time*, j restored to them by the use of this world-famed medicine. sense of gratitude for the inestimable boon of health which has been :1'

e Ihey interfee3 with her dirties. So did not retain all their boot .. Here h written an explanatory letter to the papers: have accounts of nwrl.al"ful JOHSE.SEO.IK -
: .
I j of J/iTZenftcffr, Ta. writes SOPHIA F. Boswnx.
they drew tip an agreement to the are samples of the mechanical skill of London Tdtgmjih touching the origin of."j j: I lemedy against hydrophobia, -uuii.-.1 "My wife had been suffering for two or three THREW AWAY writes; **I took eleven I'ottles White of your CottageO'Fa, ;"

Giistave Kindt, alias 'French Gus," a the' melody known as "Home, Sweet i said'.to have been in po"ses.ion of a family years with female weakness and had paid vorite Prescription' and one bottle of your

; ,., .efre-'that ahe should not keep (.om.1 I.professional burglar and maker of bur- Home." i at Piza, in Holland! for over a centurv. THROWN A WAY. I out one rclir-f.hundred She took dollars I>r.to Pieree's physicians Favorite without HER for'Pellet sotiie s.'time.I am doing1 I have my find work.employ and have Seen for .<,

.- z pany during the coming year with any: glars' tools,which he let out to impecunious '.Dr. Mackay says that Sir Henry Bishop Prescription and it did her more good than SUPPORTER about sixteen years before I commenced help ta*> -

"! nng men during school hours. Ui thieves on definite l long ago told him that he was engaged clans all the medicine Riven to hrr by the phys Injr your medJC nt". J have bad to wear a
percentagesof
>on: during the three years, they had been "
most of the
practicingupon her. supporter tune; .this I have laic* "
V -her refusal to sign this it was decided their jobberies.The assortment in i early manhood to edit a collection of Spring Medicine Sirs. GEORGE HEKGER. of 1Vctf.cl! .". Y:* aside and feel as well as I ever did." 'f

of burglarious kits, tools, keys the national melodies of all countries I writes "1 was a great sufferer from leucor-
Mrs. 31
rto leave it to a rote of the THE GREATESTEARTHLY AT GIJEASOX. of JTunica Ottawa Co, .J
meeting as wax impressions, etc., is 'complete. and that a "Sicilian melody" had been i l. a necesity with nearly avery one. This Laths, rhoa bearing-down pains, and pain continORIS icJu writes: "Your Tavorita Preflcriptioa" ,.

to whether she should stay or not A The genius of Kindt and Klein, so announced in the prospectus, but that he I' bent time cf year In which to purify the blood, to BOON unity Favorite across Prescription'my back. Three restored bottles me to your baa worked wonders in my case. t

; Ih?' of hands, resulted in a tie, when: wofully perverted ought to have made could nor. pd such an air, and therefore I I; r'store the lost 1 app?tlte. and to build up the entire feet health. I treated with Dr. -. perWONDERS. tics Again of the she*writes Favorite: "Ilavingtakeneeyeral Prescription': I have tot. .f
,tem. as the body Is now peculiarly susceptible to nine months without receiving benefit. ,
their any
the fortunes in legitimate fields of invented that which has become The 'Favorite guned.thy health.wonderfully, to the
astonish
chairnianheiiig ope- so Prescription' is the ,
". young man, gave popular benefit from m diC'lne. The peculiar medicinal greatest earthly. boon to ua ment of myself and friends. I can be ..
ration. Nat White's l poor suffering now on feet all
my ,
bogus brick throughout the world women. day
gold "Sweet '.
-Ihe casting vote.in her favor. ; as merit of and tbe wonderful cures by attending: to the duties ot my household. ;
Mike Shanahan's Home
V V eighteen-chambered : 7--
.
'
FEED'DOUGLASS and Theodore Tilton: pistol; counterfeit Reading Railroad Our impression however, has been, Hood's Sarsaparilla TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE. .
.
i.:: went about Paris a great deal togetherand scrip; the lithographic stone on which and i is, that Bishop composed the music I Have made It the most popular medicine to take In Many times ;

-a : attracted much attention. ten or twenty thousand spurious ticketsof for the well known words that were written ) the a r ring. It cures scrofula, salt rbeum and all another from liver women or coil kidney on their disease family; another physicians from suffering'exhaustion as they Imagine or one from dyspepsia, paother from heart diseasv. #
nen'ollS. prostration,
They
antherwith
the elevated nylroad were printed; by John Howard Payne in his play of t humors, LlIIo 8aeI. dyspepsia headache, kidney this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy-going and indifferent, or ovcr-husv doctor pain here or there, and in :J.
,5'-, .dined. together at restaurant. and a stones for printing .fractional "Clari," which is the same in I aiiJ liver, complaints, catarrh ant all affection for which he prescribes his pills and potions. assuming them to be such.when in reality, they are all,separate and distinct disease*, .
; currency; plot and womb disorder. The only symptom caused by .
'J Frtnchmafi afterward caused or rrmoted by low state or the system or physician, ignorant of the cause of suffering1 encourages his practice until bills some .
said! to Mr. I railroad large
bogus bonds made.
used patient are The
Tilton 1- by confidence situationas. the opera of "Linda di gets no better but probably worse by reason of the dc lay, wrong treatment and suffering
blood.
Don't It off. but take Hood's gartaparilla conseqwnt
Impure put like Dr. } A
: ,0" -:* ,*When I saw jpu and yourbrother ojK'ratrirs; the black caps and ropes of ChamSunix'*' "Home, Sweet Home," now. It will do you good. distressing'i'rco'saT'orito symptoms and Instituting Prescription comfort, directed instead to the of caue would have entirely removed the disease complications.thereby dispelling proper medicine an those

I murderers;the pistol.wherewith'arious. -was no dpuht printed in prolonged misery. ..
togeluerliere collection "
Bishop's
.. although could I 1, Builds the r Mrs. E. F. MOKGAK, of JTo. 71
Up Lexington St.
.
System"I .
persons were, slain; th e lock curiosities of afterward; but we believe in 3 PHYSICIANS East A aiarneloas _
of"course understanding that spite i I Boston Jfass., says: "Five years ago 1 Cure. ) G. F. SPRAOTJZ. :.
V nothing Langdon -MooreV.who knew how to o f the testimony named, that it was I gladly attest the Docullar building-up power of was a dreadful sufferer from uterine troubles. I JEALOUS I of Crystal1/ic/L, writes: "I was troubled with .
you said I-made up my mind from the I open conibinacitJpckthrough: studying originally indented for Payne's Hood's SaI'S& rltJa. For some time I bae been unable I FAILED Having exhausted the skill of three female weakness leucorrhea and falling of tH
touching to attend to business but finally the request sicians. I was completely discouraged, phyDOCTORS. womb for aeven years, so I had to keep my bed
.
V efined modulation" of. your voices that their emitted sounds; thebo'x'intwhich" drama.-Xttc York HerulJ. I of a friend I use.i part of a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla I weak I could with difficulty cross the room for a good art of the time. I doctored with an

.,- '' you"must both be orators. I.shoulJlike I: the'' same thief known "Charley: Tvhtoh cave tone and strength to my rytem a using one. the I began local treatment taking Dr.recommended Piercc's Favorite in his Prescription' Sense end of money, but array received of different ni lastIng physicians benefit., and At spent last large sums
.ommon
I Adams, ;put 21C,000 irt Government '' and n a le me feel as when toy." GRAX. I Medical my husband _
young a Adviser. I persuaded me toour
I to ask if England it is usual Martha Washington's commenced to improve at once. In three medicines which I was loath to
V to: j'bonds, stolen from the Concord Bank, Wardrobe. TUX T. WOODS. 64 and 6* Lodge Street[ Cincinnati. months I was perfectly cured, and have had no trouble since. I because I was re'Wcei against them and the doctors said do.
Lave two brothers BO N.B.-If have made mind tJ wrote a letter to my family briefly they would do me no go.d. I finally toM
equally gifted and I Massachusetts, in ,February, 1860, and The Department of State at the Capital you up your getHooJ's : had been paper. mentioning how my he would get DIY husband that If
restored, and offering to send me some rf !
the your me
Srfaparlila do not take other. full meinca. I would
: experienced in public speaking?" I which he first buried fouf-feet below. the has a collection $f the private papers -of any to anyone writing me for them and enclosing a ttampedenrdope particulars- against the adoco of mr p).ysicutn.V He got me six bottles try of themhealth the -
I surface the I Hood's for reply. I have received four Favorite Prescription' al-9 six bottles '
Of Delaware River and then 'a"hingtoI1i..ith includes one of these SarsaparillaSold over hundred letters. ten of the Discovery/
SESATOfe DCXHAM In I dollars.
of the New York reply, have described my case and the treatment I took three bottles of 'Discovery'
dug up and surrendered when pnder arrest orders. It was sent soon after his I and have earnestly advised used. Favorite Prescription.' I and Jour of
mar by a'l druggists. $1; six for $5. Preparedby them to do Jlke' lse. Fcom an great
k .{State Senate, en-oys the distinction of ; the pipes pea-hut oils lamp&/?icj id riage and the American belle of to-day j C. L HOOD& CO., Apothecaries Lowell, Mass.i many I: have received second letters of thanks stating that they years. I then gave the balance of the medicine to woman my sister who O'
wearing the finest waistcoat in the I raw and would I had commenced the use of Favorite Prescription,' had sent the was troubled In the same h ay. and she cured herself
opium, piHs used for smokin ,p, replenishing I 100 Doses One Dollar required the 'Medical Adviser,' anS had applied the not had t<| take any medicine now for
State. It I opium J01lJts-Ir U "I }'T of her wardrobe bv local treatment so fully and lour years." almost
was imported by* friendfrom Ra.. 1're.- JfI/1)/.Z : this single much plainly laid down therein, and were

? Vienna and was, 1)resentto.. e1, JfIgVf.41.e'. ,.: :. purchase of <5corg Washington; for"Mar HOCKLE'S better already.

V .1', Senator on account of his beauty]"*'The Chineselind-Beaders* V the tha.items The there bill i is are a long two pairs one, of and women'swhlte among; ANTI-BILIOUS THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST EXPERIENCE.

waistcoat is a pale olive color with silk: MInd The treatment of thousands of .
ReaUg i&hroism'-u-called. silk hose, six pairs of fine cotton of those chronic many cases cures nausea weakness of stomach, IndiI "
1V weaknesses and tnuuicr, Favorito
half moons and dancing iigures wove "by the Chinese In Chiiur'Lew"Jee," or"Flowing liose' and four pairs of four-thrcaded, PILLS ailments peculiar to females,at the distressing Invalids' gestion AJI a,soothing bloating and and eructations of gas. is i a I mother's cordial:. relicvimjr Prescription nausea.fa

: in the cloth. And they say that WhenT in'th Knowledge SiW-Wt'? *- two pair of satin shoes and four pairs .of THE GREATENGLISHBEMEDY, has Hotel afforded and Surgical a vast Institute experience, Buffalo In,nicely N.Y., nervine, Favorite Prescription"strengthening is un sympfoms weaes of common stomach to an that] other oistreasinr
equalled If
and is invaluable in condition.
V V its owner makes a careful survey _. -- bf'tn shoes made of cloth. Twenty pounds (or For Liver Bile Indigestion etc. Fre from Mercury adapting: and thoroughly testing remedies subduing nervous excitability allaying, and its UFO is kept up in the latter months of
irritability
V iteaginjfcBcity f 100)) worth of Brussels or point lace are : contains only' Pure Vegetable' Jn: 'dlent& for the cure of woman's peculiar maladies. exhaustion, prostration. hysteria esta tion.1t so prepares the system for de
c V himself] in his mirror he remembers *? tn44 a,whooeaSlfagRs:Bishop ordered, and thcrels a striking item of genlC. CK1TTEXTO-S. New 1.tk.FO1UUSTLR. is Dr.the Pieree's Favorite Prescription and other distressing, nervous symptoms spasms livery as to greatly lessen and many time

: !- the tales about the handsome men \ Montague, of Boston."America, by at six pounds of perfumed powder. lIe and valuable outgrowth experience.or result,Thousands of this great of organic commonly disease attendant of the upon functional and of altno.v thft entirely trying ordt do away nJ. with the eufferlnn '1
womb. It f
Vf of various ages with a smile .t tJat isn'tout.of I 1 t tea p inth. This "flowing Knowledgcr wants for her a dozen of the mo-t fashionable from testimonials received from patients and refreshing sleep and relieves mental induces "FAvorite P" -rlpllon"'when taken .1'
anx
physicians who have in
I tested it in the connection with tlw '
of.the Flowery King i sorts with itself or the smilcr. only cambric pocket handkerchiefs: a more azeravated and obstinate cases which Dr. Pierce'sj Golde i Medical Dincovery and small
Favorite ;
reads laxa ,
the thoughts and detects the actions fashionable] hat or bonnet, a half dozen bad bated their skill prove it to be the u a legitimate medicine Prescription tive doecs of Dr. I'ierw's k Purgative Pellets ...,
JOHN BrRRorcHS in Ztjnn,. of his I' most wonderful remedy ever devised for carefully (LittleLivcr Pills cures Liver .1
patiejfcLjvho come to him ,
# : says sec but pairs of the finest.kid gloves, and a like the relief and cure of suffering women. It compounded by an experienced and skillful Bladdt diseases. Their Kidney and .

cbtCs Magazine: "Let me confess that could po so Kvas to be able to tell who number of mit .. lie also orders sugar is not recommended as a -" but physician organization.and It adapted to woman's delicate remove Mood taints, and combined abolishes use aten "!

.' was to be Ids next caller, giving the day candy, six pounds of snuff. dozen as a most perfect Specifics for woman's composition and is purely vegetable in its ccroue and scrofulous b IDlQra from can- .>
I am too conscious of persons-feel a l knots peculiar ailments. perfectly harmless In ita system. the .
and the hour, and even lo tbe''erycent of brcastknpts and As effects in any condition ot the svstem. "
: them much two petticoats, one of a powerful invigorating tonic Favorite Favorite Prescript fl
4 too defer to them too that the caller it Pres rlptlon" is a posi Is the
wouldjhave'in imparts strength
C IfLjiockei which is to Ix a HIL..t 'oranS..r .. to the whole system, the medicine for dnirriitii
puckered one of a fash- !pd.! I. Ta-p. .. cure for the most
Vi'.V much, and try too hard to adapt and th6 exact portiolfehat| her )tim ;"h nibc The and to the uterus, or womb and its ap- obstinate complicated and under a positive Euartjnje
myself I ( ] color and the other to be made neatest quietest safe-t a.U most powerr.'OtCd s, in For cases of leucorrhea or "whites." manufiicturcrs, that ,from the
particular. it
Jce) was to oftt. V V kno-'n for Kheiimatiim.' 1'Ieurlsv: '' overworked excessive flowing at will (rive
out llatiataonlj:1gf
.3 to them. Emerson says: 'A great get n j< .E-ih'er tabby vclvct.--"Fwii G. Car- l.u.iL.d.o. Backache.Vcaknist.. cold in the purlii.chest 'worn-out run-down."debilitated teach ful menstruation. monthly periods, pain tion in every case or money win be
I But unlike his American and all acher an 1 pains. er?. milliners dressmakers, unnatural suppression, funded. This J1Io
i ots l.nllon.edoy S.mi' pbr seamstresses prolapsus guarantee baa len
'lcla.isand or
man coming to dine with I donot rer.I falling of the r1n
VVV me. liis c Drugs 'ts or the hshes: : repute. tons n'. "shop-urirla.: housekeepers, nursing moth- back womb weak 00 the bottle-wrap'Cr. and f
knowledge only 'femalo faithfully
e.xtcncM.to.patients
1t&ix I'laitera j.-rouiptly relieve and cure where ers and feeble women weakness anteversion, re- riM o.t for car. .
wish other generally Dr. many ;rof9 Large
to
please him; I wish that he daily that AA-'." piasters and greasy salves liniments Pierce Favorite troversion bearing-down sensations b UI e
and chron '
being h fhis The fund of 500.000 or $2.500,000 aoUtIVtI'- lotion Prescription is the greatIe congestion (1(0 d-scs) 1.00 or .'x boo_ .A _
V '. should wish to please me.' I should power on each day. Ifjs : left by for are slm tar'IlIndin!name.Beware"lIeh1 ot"Cs hullat1mn lcum."under est earthly boon being unr ,alled as an of the womb inflammation inflammation and ulceration $. fWOUIJPS '.
ngu. George Peabody, building "Cap. appetizing cordial and pain and ten
lan ynproveJ c1n..Capiine.! a. th..y are Utterly rcstonuivc tonic. It derness t1r Send ten writs in stamps _
V be sure to overdo the matter in trying that such knowledge. n. flow. houses for the poor of London, and intended to cll'C'elvE' ASK FOB BEno WOrtblE''s promotes dijrcstion and cssimihuion of food. in ovaries accompanied with "in- PiCTce'a larpe. illustrated Treatiae far Tw 1
at 10 A. M., and fa1s's| aJl TAKE *0 OTHERS. All : VTomeiu
.J. to tho through rent and interest ,
please great mILD; more than grown to SEABURVt JOHXSOX. iToprietors,Sew York. DISPEXSARY MEDICAt iriain
regularly for the/past' r: t G V 1SSOCI.1TIOW. No. O63 Street. flE'FFAVLL .
or 3,340. There
that his would probably takeaway are now
presence The Chinese say t| ., ..
I my appetite for dinner. tain such wonderful t ob- DR.KILMER'S and'TicklingP that in CoW.tho

I. must be 'in'i1eht. prayers Ulan did the Women Arrest thatCatarrhSro]
SESATOS HEARST'S objection to the Why chitist
b or Asthma,
.. the l IH-I iod of thirty. ix yeari1rice : ds.fof emedy relieves This
marriage! his with Mss: Calhoun quickly.
iF son and water each day to ,enu"l of ; Cnreprerents ently, f i

., it is said, arses from no nonsensical him. At the cl d-'f 'his prayers* just .e and dentil from C, .-..,7u.!

V pride wealth. but from a feeling that fore the M.'tting tun 'dwindle, down into iof this .d Bui it I>B. KIUIH-S
use thirteen million luunton. .
country over cakes of > v.H
4- 5'flie discrepancy in age and experience temporary oLlh'ion., cut off the head of aienearold the tul haa 25$ 7

boy with a sacred sword pe, .
t: ot.bet.MIl the parties'.m&kea the union the drooping bows of a weeping,willow under 'ous chilqttoco muzc, and will Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886 ? '

1' un6esirajtre-! other words the then not fume under a touch thai V IKK* IMI'If OVen ROOT BEER PACK.
lady swear at the bleeding head ofa ic Make*S gallons
fills
othe of
V it too old for to* yooog man. 4I chicken.that. hcwould. never. tell a lie. quivering agony. remulous rapture oi .Buv a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why. ;i ip.rkltn>< -tbe temperance blood. Its purity beverage and, deilcary strengthens a aellck awl>iijS SIONSV ysan'py*

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