The Starke telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086646/00017
 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 14, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00086646:00017
 Related Items
Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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i medical college mil a college of den I AHEAD. I ', like the sensible -. -- - .'. -- '. .'

,. This ton students Up and on and do not she girl she was, back through the smoke towai d t I 4r .- E 4 -: .
tistry. wait 'sought to n 1
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year as Christ intoGENT'S a
a mediator .
graduated be bf
whence the C LY 1 ( .pd :
!; &t the medical C011'g in Nashville and'' Never I you've ayhK t do; time tween the two men. I was not the first call camg cry Jnd prjucf ftn r 1 '.. .. [ WMtc G-oo {;g, .,1pre! yo ty r" ; .,-o' ., '..

at the b lt.; a woman's hear been crushed &wte t 6 wt it wltlLUM- .
three ( llege. h PJjtt'on} the .plan .
ahead and push it through. by the like : prups.dchs i AND BOYS' HATS BOO you w' that we .
obstinancy men, wheat will l" st consecrated voice of sonr m -. '
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Onward mistones. Joe finally told value of the Ite, and with doxologies b t. '
press without Unce. Exposition -
4. A Merced (Cal.) farr has poisoned fret complaint; Bess ver to the thing to hi'1 to all Florida interests I k3 AND FINE CL 0 THIN-:lies wit th biw sound a Only t .-..
I I NevermU or scold him la now wtilcrt : ;
over 20,000 jack rabbits in the last four ? Lingering n'sv rjnade a saint again. The fence was all right a it overestimated. It will at- i to do ;f-ajf prlutiy S : : ;:. 1 .;IOnlh Alt : o' -_. ----- -sic 1 bad disapprove the resurrection. ',. -- s
; was and should not disturbed. He Ui'ors thousandu who I. Hanging. Uiu.iiuye : ; ],erfect .. heard Mr. .,..
4 1crS? t dtl yet in of the Vacant hearts b many) : Papr bUt drr j cruel warrior } a 1
warfare bat
no virtue .
pie had : ( and
thought !
hold Dick "a pl.erwise come especially as : rnwd Od,orl St fltOD g'arut.cd about the :
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agfestfthem, they arc u..t : J '
increasing in Square kind of of < I. .Hn i
number Ever moment keep in play. a felow, if tht''as mj> .the Inter-State ..bj-tha dy or ev>.traci. '"Yes,"said .

and are becoming a veritable plague 1 Nerve and faculty and grit % the way he was going to act, 1 all tS e railway lines can _____ !thrritldyr. dead t.fi ... :
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Merced and Fresno will want anything more to do with him and j xcursion rates for visitors RDi}r ou. a ,".-" .
i haste ( Urad1.rdLodeNo.-12F.ait "
Povdenc the ; '
4 J th _ _ _farmer. with honor day a for Bess, she needn't think she insI' Every visitor to this .\.JI. K-g-lir C'>nin ii.oauons tbrnl "f ]ut sd t c. w c i the a .. .','
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Wen will mo.
you pOll .
oulc l have the resources, atOvpro in ej.cl. uiruith. tienjrection "
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ever his .
The once famous giant has get consent to c :ltur.ly... 'J ; -r, m I al -
Cardif ben l -Relgiou Herald. out-and-out scoundrel mar luoiion3 of al parts of .I H.r L.. \V. KlCKLITEtt.Secretary. day. There can .,. -
: heard from again, after years of oblivion;! Of as was! eayed before ali will! 'sM. lTin8mitt' : the iball tno resurrection I 1o2r. .' # .

in a lidless box at El Paso' .! course that put the climax on the inducements than could Lake View Lodge No. 63 ot F. & A. 71. a.tc' .n to i Wi t rr., .
I reposes A TROUBLESOMELANE trouble. Bess, with her lovely eyes full resented for him to. travelQateandinvet )MeeUu 1 iist 1fourtliSatupla3r '_:- :i, more to o'h" d; ., .
Regular : ,
Texas which of tears ; s'ol those, want to whose .
scn'es a settee for the told her lover the old man's an s
_or make hit of each: irionth! o" to'k. r'hirer been But jdl .
idlers of that town. I appears that the I decision, and'DickTs teeth came together gas.: The subscription list is F. SniFKiinKU, (.'UK;sTu: : X'rl'lll. 'bo allowed repented Christ to be'their to pz o ..'."

a: giant was carried to El Paso a long while That line had always been a bone of hard a: he listened. &a\ we offer the share t the 'CC1'etuy. \V. >tnr. eir life and their raujwction will a : "

contention Uncle So it was war, was it? if that that will Fl';y of victory. '. ,.- :
; r betwet JoeAllen and al b rp. .
by some i lye Wel hop : flED)IB :1 a'e .
ago spcculat individuals whose i his on west. When the was so, he would see what could afford more, IMP'D. olfDI.tOl 1.. The thunders of t.day wfflbe the j '
: design it was to take him ur share. Let have FL\. Council baiMi! lye that greets yo The light-, -
to Mexico and country was new Uncle Joe and Samson I do.In t us lour OSCFOLA 1 S3TIIA.YIXG : in Str : will be only the torches ofjiitunphalocession 't-"

: bury him,wih the ultimate view of resurrecting f Freeholder had bought adjacent farms. about ten days after that the trustees : ha large or small, with delay. Fires kind'u-il e.u-h \\edtesi1ty's Metp- E. WYiiian. I rCSlo'e{IOCAnn i fi.dCk"' t' ..ngs marching down to *Ort you 1

f. him I In some way or another had : went out to the farms and very gravely ,1. M. Schhumacher. Presi at their Wi wal. tarke. Fl.i. rounding All: ; lao' I'I rae. The burnins worlds flashing threoghimensity ".4. "
for the show they not county. Wltk .
businesq. Since .Iacksonvmhle. Fla. I to .wapItt '.
'n Bifk. Trau.ku'lIi ( ( will be the. rockets .
agreed about the struggled through the lane and rlhcrs lnlalinvild lelrt
then he is said I matter of the I: tangled J. E. HART Chairman, I Leaders u re.ia1y. 'coronation thrones ) :
building t.
\ < to have been sold for the line fence. One wanted the privilege of staked out the line. Then they served a ashtksonville, Board of Trade. attend. lf-.y SadK.ni.WILLIAM : : I .q -ORngU: P1to-I'TY ill 2 your. reign "fo."ver and "her you and .. y.

paltry price of.$32. it in his notice. on the two men that mf-F. B. PAPV.anaser _. ... F fOnTer .
building own way, the other they must I LAKT I -'rever. "VVnere is death I What have we to )
R. &N. Jackson- : I .
j ---- ------- nqt adopt that method: and so it''I I build a good legal fence there within < Chief of.Uc'jonK I -ATE POWELLM.D.T:I, Cer- ( ,Gwithdeath4-. your reunited body and" ;

One of the auditors of the came about that they decided thirty days. Uncle Joe looked on, and 1 I off frorirthis plet.on that last
Treasury De to build a watheyoung1. I ------- .- F ERIyEou
& - will and
: i lane two rods remarked that he knew what the law r.\ ?'* ; of. \\. VC'lPi' in I I -_ : see deep .ow ..
&Mr ttv
wide; I I'm let's and SWa's .thn.r.II)
: partment, who had rented a house in a one-hal lying one was wrong mysel. sorry, forget it, wean duufem, a > fanidierotbumalt --- iit'hs,deep gashes all through the valleys, 4't
I side the line and on on the other and he'd try to live up to it. and a worthy the name." jeweled sptr and in her smile ntoD'a it, do you net: thing the its and tbe and they "be the grave, .
fashionable improve bight wi ept
quarter} of Washington, was side. Each man put up a fence the whole Dick- went to work and cut rails and That was al was said about the I irradiated. U.nual. yelcorne year b multisly eye the natural may eye by tTe thousandfoldsalJitiilnRl they will the &pu .. : -

: surprised to discover, when the end of j length of the line, that long strip drew them to the lane for the purpose of Devil's The joint fence was built, she cause seems of the.to step out and of the'the late fnrre*r.f the resurrection eve I with rough ground tossed o ether. ,j' ,

, : the month rolled around, that his landlord ;, of land that leavinf use. building his part of the fence; but Uncle and Uncle Joe kept his part up faithfullyas rather than the conservatory, sow-bu i'WJry-should it b thought yltn you an incredible them hillocks, and, and slabs there will will lie befallen ueven o.the rent A'. .

: was none other than | With a considerable degree of propriety Joe made no move in that direction. He long a he lived. After that the two North instead Qf South,out of the Arctic thing God should raise the and cenotaphs,and then for the mOunt : II
one of the messengers | the lane came. to be known as "the spent much of his time in the neighbor- farms were thrown into one, and Dick rather than the topic dismounting from the deadf Things all around.figgest it. Out will appreciate*the full exhilaration of y "o. \l .
. of his Bureau. Further inquiry hood of the lane. icy equinox; welcm this queeply day, of what grew all these flowefaj Out of the "He will death in "'
|f De"ll's.J.anc.. Similar lanes He carried his gun and Bess are the happy man and wife who her Resurrected*. Kesur-. text: swallowup victory. .
may holding high right hand the I jnould and the earth.
developed thC fact that the latter had found I cc'rtal parts of this b most of the time. Now and then he live on the Allen homestead. wrenched-off bolt up of Christ's and The radiant bir.lerfly, where "Han the Lordjof earth and heaven I IPraise -- 4.-' "

l: been loaning money through the depart I the present time, although they countrv are fast I brought home a rabbit for dinner.. He holding high up in her left had spuchr t rt come from} Tlfe" loathsome Thee we to greet Thee by both b given now.: .4. .... .. .", ..
had been he all the cemeteries in that smites thrupbt
disappearing. I! so was fond saying, That
A Climber.
Chitendom abatro
ment to impecunious clerks and others, I I So the matter stood. The something of a hunter in his o time, and I Dyak I i a exciting s a army ctrir. with it w where.did Hail the ro Thoul"k..\ ',:' ,
: extorting in return two men The Hill Dyaks of Borneo are expertclimbers. rout and flying. They run each other dow it come from! shelL -
an of 10 let even now was counted shot for a'I ..
int.rest per each other a good ,
severely alone after the everything valuable in the Near Be France, in Celtic tomb THE high estimate which put .J
Sir. while tck
.. cent a month The cx-messcngcr claims I fence was built. Each kept the fence man of his age. Hornaby, collecting Un wheeled aier.,Hoof of horse on under a blok rger were found flowerseed that Licl >. J
his up After Dick had finished rails specimens of natural histor saw a Dy k cf wounded man. You have read buried thousan Theexplorer upon the services and powers Henry' .
to have kept 10.000( constant circulation on side of the Devil's Lane splitting ad had been two year f ft
.. in I never for the ascend a large tapangtree, feet in di- I of the French back from the flower seed and plantedIt '
venturing to do fence, he had sharpened his axe, f'e falng S or took War Beechor i illustrated 'by the '' ::
which, deducting losses, netted the land of value anything to himself or his making and, taking a good scythe, went downto ameter at the base, straight a ship's I Napoleon's trk of o WI, cr retreat and it came Two up;thousand it bloomed i bluebell buried and, with which he was intrusted by : -. -5.
mast and without the smallest limb snow.bk heliotrope. ytr
him a profit of about $8,000 a year. bor. Ieigh- clear the ground of brushes and or armies from Manassas, or of yet A traveler says found i the President, the Chicago .'"
knot for hundred and feet rrt martyr says
Time briars. a twenty up. the five kings tumbling over the of Be- gardeA that .
-- -- --- I i Egypt peas
hairs to rk h
those .
The Chinese are a mild-mannered race, farmers brought and at gray good He knew this would be no task, I The man went up the tree to secure a' thor with their arme whe hail- been mummy-pit there three thousand years ; JournaL Delegated to turn public ... .

but they draw the line at I holder length Sampson Free- but his arms were strong smal will I bees' nest hanging from the under side of I rtorms of heaven swor Joshua'ihost He brought them out and on the 4th of June, sentient in England in favor of th '. '. .
banking irregu was gathered to struck *
Then them with In text and in thirty days
I the lowest limb. The nest was simply a fury. my he planted "
larities. When the recent failure of the the farm was sold to Dick Lamson, a good. Hardly an hour had he"worked large, naked, triangular piece of white I is a worse ds wide-awake when a rifle shot rang out on the air and giant the earth. He yet y should it bethought -
Tung Lung bank at Hong Kong was made who thorough-going young fellow I his strong right arm dropped to his side I comb. A Dyak "ladder" had been put gathered tor his host conquer all the aches and pains a ret icrble with you that God was met by the prejudice and open hosJ'_. d-p. -

public, a crowd of exulted depositors i. was bound to succeed in life. painfully wounded.So up the previous year, and reached from I and malarias and cancers and distemper should raise the tility of the governing classes i that 4; ; ,. .
Everybody said so, and what all in Spring the ground to the branches. It consistedof and epidemics of the ages. He marched Wher did all this silk cotm from-the silk He found 'r .
his that he coulddo country. conspicuous .
stormed the Luitding ran ackcd it from field agreed upon, who could (question I severe was injury seven twenty-foot bamboo poles held them down, drilling them in the northeast that adorns your persons anM your homes fIn among .
top to off and destroyed : Uncle Joe was not blind to the nothing toward discovering who fred wind and amid the slush the hollow of a&tt( a Gvek missionary l1ritihsubjectsbut two warm.and out*. : "
almost end end the trunk
Lotom nnl young to alongside by
crriC the murderous shot -he of He
and was threw up barricades of grave- brought from Eu.: the progenitors friends
man's to
everything contained in it. This : sterling qualities, and so i hap- After he had made his way to the house, I sharp pegs driven into the soft wood temp pitched tent of charnel house. of those wSnns that now :supply the silk spoken th United State

is a shorter and perhaps a more profitable : pened that when, in tlU course time, the alarm was given and a crowd of men abut two feet apart. The pegs were Some of the troops marched with slow treadcomrna.n&d market of many ntion Tt.1:, pageantry ofbnm when he landed i Great -.Brit '

Dick came to court. his handsome daughter first on one side of the poles and by consumptions,some in double- ad luxurious aice These Prince Albert* -
and turned out and hunted the lane were
., of declaring a dividend than the Bess he quick, by pneumonias. Some he emporium
way one was very much inclined to then the other and to them the bamboos bJgou
; favor his suit. from end to end, but in vain; no one en took by long besiegement of evil habit, and from the silk 'or And' Bright. By his intrepidity/ logic : .
usually pursued in occidental communities I I was not long before it could be found hiding there, and the were lashed by rattans, which held some by one stroke of the battle axe of cas surprised i out of insignificant earthly! .

On this occasion it is not stated I. came to be well tllcrsfooc thg.Dltk'as deed remained a mystery.In them firmly about eight inches from the I ualty.[ With bony bands he poundedat body, insignificant eathy life, our and eloquence, howev; "Jae 'con ...

: "going with Be they were tree. These pegs served the of I the door of hospitals and sick room, bodies unfold into worhy of the quered the opposition 'bl ..m sf of '
whether the officers of the bank anc. this stood for some time. I IDick's a rungs .
were way and won all the victories in all*the dflutel

going to "get mlniIl': in a few months. thing somehow. The. the ladder. The builder must have beena gtbtetets coming eterite Ptivf the inflnent'al men of Great .Britam -
arm : of all the five continents. nitre and for-
the The is that gone
sets. \ wSolns.
a Matters \
among < probability condition } .
j ( when : bone had been the doctor bold man,with nerves of steel He was No. Put in and and -'
injured a.ltle, I l'nquera conquerors and e\erl some pie: copper undoubtedly prevented -the :, -
thcy fled to the Montreal of China wher once a time Dick happened to to let the ends of a .
i, upon get said. Dick saw Bess now then. He obliged overlap the a Commanders-in-Chief, the silver reappears. If one .force dissolvesanother "_ ..
forcible interference
ever that be. to thinking about that Devil's Lane.: II could that the a few feet in orderto build the ladder "all Presidents and Kings and Sultans and force organizes."Why .by England j ..
may !I Then it stretched the whole width of his help noticing poorgirl's with safety to himself. The completion Czars drop under the fet of his warcharger.But should be thought a thing incredible ia behalf of the South at. a subsequent ,
----- ------- i cheeks were growing paler day by
farm, separating him from his of the ladder most difficult. I one Christmas nght his atgont with you that God should Vaise. the deadt"The .
was 'I .r.e'bellion.'rIte
prospective Cling period ,
The recent reappearance of the drum in I tlay, and she seemed ready to break down brl As most pl ad insects flew and the woiins crawled last -

fatherinlaw.At I whenever he came to see her. Her father ing to the slight bamboo pole, a hundred '< ant: despotisms com out autumn feebler and feebler,ad then value of Beechera- 'services in the ... j..
some European armies,fiom which it had I that time the lane was well calculated was home but little now. Night and day feet from the ground, he hauled up the of the East, it was appropriate that'I\ They have taken no fno tney sopp.none United tates after his ". -

been banished, will seem timely should to be an t"eSQe to any energetic far- I the lane last bamboo, twenty feet long, drove in tha new 1 he stood guard at a sturdy veteran -
the same Power is Him the south wind will blow the resurrection f
mer. It had bll'l allowed to run to the lashed the lower end of the poleto quarter. given to from England was scarcely less ,
_tif "wTRne continent now be called to on some self-imposed post of duty. peg awaken all the fallen of all the and and the air and the will
arms. General the French War ; waste for many\\T. Xo ole had set I He had even slept out in the bushes scvr it, and then ascended that bamboo to of all! land, and marshal them cent theback trwnpt of them Do y:1 ear thik I marked nd-' .conspicuous. By hia %

F\rrl I i foot on it since the -fences had been built eral times all night, coming to his mealsi fasten it at the top. I : giant. Fields have already been won, that (God can doa much for.(.ur bodies a .speeches, sermons,and writings he rendered -; f -.
Minister, abolished it, and not until his save now and then -a venturesome boy i The Dyak honey-hunter fastened to his but toe lat day of the world's exist doe for the wasps and the .pider and thesnails'
and from .
the stiff the I
i aid tha
morning sore I I, more to Government
retirement was it restored to the army of hunting rabbits, for which it furnished an : back a basket to receive the honey. Making ence will see the decisive battle. This morning at 4:30 o'clock there wasa "'.. .. ..
damp, but with a determined look on his Christ shall lead forth His two brigades, resurrection. Out of thejiifjht, the.day. In l Lag the ]latter partof the war than any .. j
: excellent retreat. For it had his torch-wood with which to '
France. Belgium followed :Farre's example grown up face. He was a man who never yielded up I the brigade of the ris.n dead and the brigade a few weeks there will be a resurrection in all : -
so thickly with shrubs briars and weeds smoke the bees out of the nest and other man except a few-of the nat'ofl's l.II
,1 ;. but have welcome what he thought was right. The thirty away of the celestial host, the black giant w fa our gaen Why not someday a resurrection -i _
: now hertroops that it was the next thing to impossiblefor days given by law had passed, and the fro himsel he ignited it, slung it by a I back, and the brigade fro the the gavel most jllnstriosstatesmen.andiobliert_ .:; : f"- :
the return of the familiar music. Italy, any one to force his way through it. cord neckso, that it would hang sepulchres wi take Him frm beneath and Ever and anon are Distances of men II *of di i .
Township Trustees "allowed" to build The. abolition slavery .Jotd J. .
the and ,
brigade immortals will
descending take women
it is In such condition below his feet and started the slender
without it entced.
after fifteen a of "O
being was no use to up JoI
years .
the fence in a few days. They had Him from above, and death shall swallowed A trance by resurrection privd Be'echer of the Opportunities to _.. : '
b I.
thinking of trying again, the Trilxina the men who owned the land. I looked watched things from a distance and .new "ladder. Hand and foot he went up, up in victory. after a few days' total susperjsion of mental -

and Escrrite Italiano. i vigorouslyfor : to Dick like a sheer waste of property. how desperate the old man was. peg after peg, with a nonchalant ease The od: bragr that threatened the conquest power-and voluntary action.- Rev. William I I manifest hia ,aboundiag.love for th&- ::.-". ,.r.. .i

pleading I There was a strip of land 100 rods this time Dick and Bess which would have done credit to the and loltion of the planet has lot Tennent, a great evangelist bt the last generation -I I race. -The_ Irish; Qrelans, Bulganana ;..e
it with the war authorities. The I and a rod wide that belonged to long About hap most daring Even that sailor his throne, ha lot his sceptre, has lost h" of whom Dr.Archibald AlexdtJ.a :. '
be the in the sior cud all peoples who were :'struggling fIo.
pened sitting on porch palace, has lost his prestige,and the one w man fa from teutiraental wrote.iamost y "
argument against the drum was no doubt a piece of the same size which Uncle Joe wou1 have }' if*he was a written all the n big Revi William Ten- -'
Uncle Joe of
: I: harvest moonlight. was out over gates mausoleum eulogistic against despotism, found in him. fe1J. ::!.
a theoretically strong. was a relc of ought to have under cultivation.Was on the fence probably. Neither of the shaky, while climbing a tall factorychimney cataconb and It'rupol on cenotaph and nent seemed t'die. His. Ipirit departwL : + .

I the it not poor policy to allow that I referred to him. by the lightning-rod. On reach sarcophagus, on khan of the Arctic People came day-after. day -and said: less. and. eloquent champion.. He alrays :-;..J. -.# I '
barbaric days!, requiring employ i land to run wild in that ? So it young people ing the lower limb, 120 feet from the explorer, and on the catafalque ot great "He is dead, he is Jew' tat the soul tht \ took a leading part, also, M the.' j i'-
of to do noth As they sat thus Dick turned his eyes cathedral, written in capitals of azalea fled returned, and William-Tennent. I : .
of force men !
ment a large he took his torch in hand
seemed to him. He knew about ground, one ,
I nothing toward the Devil's Lane. and calla lily, written cadence, write out the experiences of'that he had seen I movements which were designed to:. ,, _if f
but make a flOiS('. The cumblromeo the circumstances under which the lane I What was it he saw? waved it to and frountil it smoked free- written i doxology muc while hL soul was gone if may be found I elevate the moral and social condition. .4- .: <

instruments arc often lost in battle or require : had been built and possibly thought it He to his feet. Away down at ly, and then crawled out along the bare written the sculptured door amblg famy some time that what is called suspended animation '. .",'
i was by chance. sprang branch he was in reach of the coveted : vault, is "victory." Coronal or comatose state is brief viT of peoples or classes! Temperance and: _. .: : ;i
inordinate attention to take care of only the. far.her end of the lane a cloud of unti nered word, word won emb- the soul an excursion into delth world lf1
it first apocalyptic I he rand
I 'Til speak; to Uncle Joe about it the : Examining on one : woman suffrage especially favored .
I raid smoke curled lazily up. the triumphal arch under which pTrom which it co nes back, furlough of I :
its successful againstthe conquerors
them. After other he shouted
and then the
next time I'm over that way, was Dick'sresolution As he watched, the breeze freshened a side, on return. a few hours granted froia the cric no man spoke more earnestly and : !

drums, the process s of dry, scientific I ; and it was not long before he I little, and a lurid glare leaned angrily down as cheerfully as if his climb had Victory! Word heut at Culloden ant of life to which it mu.t return. Do I impressively against corruption in. ..p'o1iOf..
elimination was extended to the colors. I had a chance; to carry it into effect. The the lire directly down been nothing: "No honey!" Leaving .Balakluva and Megiddo and Solferino waking up of men from tranc.J, and this waking Jt.J J
old gentleman seemed to be in good skyward, sweeping the comb untouched, he descended, witha I at Marathon, wher the Atheniansdrove up of insects from winter lifeles.-e and tics, and the prostitution of publio "
There however, it met a repulse; and in I very I back the [ at where waking of grains -
smile and reached the ground withoutthe ; Poicier th up bu> thl office to Drivate JZ n
humor the dck called him and I
on .
fired the .
in favor of the and circumstance Some one had undergrowth Charles Mantel bro'e the rnks Saracens sd years ago, make for -.you i MBi 11 S .' "
the reaction pomp i the two men sat on the fence half an hour which crowded the lane.It least tremor. ; at Salamis, where Thernistocles in that your lx.dy and mine MICHAEL NOLAN Is a one-armed In .* :: )
of war, ais a relief from its j chatting about the crops and matters in jl time of the when -p I the great sea fight confounded the After the vacation of the shall ? .! U'.

capacity, the drum general. Finally the young man said: was a as tinder.year There everything had Seeing and Observing. Persians, and at thj. door of theEa. rouse 'and rally, though gave threethousand mate of the Bridgewatcr Prison, Maa'fV .; : ;

mere slaughtering I "Bv the Uncle Joe, what do I, was as dry "I never was so impressed with the j er cavern of chite rock, where years.between" our last breth. ld eaehusetts. *He is serving a year's sentence :* -
gets a Hearing again. I I way you been no rain for weeks, and fire like that "' dif-I.: Christ came out a recess and the sounding of the archangelic rveie' "
./ I say to clearing r up that land between you was a thing to be dreadedWhercii ference between eyes and no eye, throttled the King of Teror and put him Physiologist tell u? that wlnle the IOe five months of which have already":' : .1

The Commissioner-- of the General Land I and me and } a good fence on the : your father, Bess?" an English author lately, in a private let- back in the niche from which the bie ar built with such wonderful I been placed to his credit. Recently he ':. -. 4
line? That'sherc it belongs. The use :! rose and with ter, "as on a short journey I once made I II Conqueror had just (mere l't! economy we, eon spare lAothin: and the t .
Office has rejected the application of the I of that land is worth something to us I startled The girl now looked toward quickly the, lane. with Charles Dickens in France. I the jaws of the E took loss of a fin -. gaze down the black giant "death swallowed of *'
heirs of John E. Bouligny for the isueof both." I "He-must be down yonder. Dick, Tin "We spent hal an hour in a station up in victory." I proclaim the was abolition of still injury that "we t tojoint-have two I>r e three U lrne ,I striking a fellow prisonerand last '.

prize land script to the extent of 75,000 Uncle Joe's lips closed for a moment afraid-you don't suppose" house waiting a train. As we left it death. le s physical appt and no anatomist Saturday he EScaped by springing! the .fs' ti

ti ,. Then he replied: he said: you see that rniser' sitting The old antagonist is driven back into )r physiologist able to tell' : ,
claim dates from the very ht) "The bush is on fire. If your father is 'Dd my- lon bars of the window which had been
This year
acres. thology with all the lore what they are for. They no doubS the
I full |
for it is! the ? No doubt he has a bag tvgia ferry
"It's good enough me as will by abut '
there he is in I and see and :.
1 1717 and is in the historic operations danger. go his at home. and Charon with oar foundation of the rrrt'J boly, worth nearly cut in twain by a file,
deal from buried in Mel
iOoh'et Now that meant of gold garde
I a great
I can find him. Abbey and Kenilworth Cattle are no nothing to in to .
John Law of South Sea Hubble It that he had not for- i coin left crow's foot about n thi stt b imlpl'b1y squeezing through the openingtihis ;
I of I Uncle .loe. meant Before the words were fairly spoken Every hill a r th is the& pulhe shall have valuable iu t -
1 t fame. is based upon an alleged grant gotten the strife of almost half a century Dick had cleared the fence surrounding i his eyes. Did you notice the lon'r1 mor do tha we have rabbins ia'l only a .hint of this suggestion allowed him to get into the yard.where f.

I : neighbor Freeholder, and that the farm house and was running swiftly Th unsuccessful 1 rivral was there, too. the cloak-room at a Goveror's 01 they said that in the ho scaled the fence. ten feethigh, .
by the government of France, covering a ago with the hookednose. I I levee. We stop such cloak hun frame there ,va a SMall bone which t
of no inclination now to depart from toward the fire, Bess following as fast as i was the bagman 1ridet's l' in a war be-.the basis of }. which protected'with barbed wire. "*
then French ad -aYe charge servant)our rio .was
]portion of the (colony the decision he had then formed never to she could. ; And the young mother with her j I,I ', our oyerno. our outward ap-- by.: Perhaps tht may h>*ve Ite bat**: .

1 Louisiana. The claimants succeeded, in help Luill/fence on the line. : How the flames did sweep through that baby?' pare), that we m not"L impeded in the But thing 'i" certain, theChristian He was dressed..in the.prisogabwits '. ..' ,"-.'. '
I id. brilliant round of Wt H, scientists of have found'outthat barefooted and had no Overcoat. 4. .
that there 'I baby
slow to sassno ,
by Congiess was not see lick the our.d '
I 8li7< in getting anI.t parsed: thicket! It seemed to ( ( ';
'Tekln. friends, when of this stiluities of .
out there two
my we
it dead. But the motherwas go are or au and thinly '
'No worl w ,
affirming their title. After the passage1: \ was something back of the farmers remark bushes up like leave If her was ; was alonein are going to a king's banquet, and reception body that are-something. gloriously, suggestive 'Ihe weather Vas very cold .. i
: and he wisely said no more about bear think with it, though she sat there of -' he had all he. ; "t..roud
discovered that the Suf there-no; she couldn't to lonaIh and at the door of the tomb another state. I clad end barefooted,
. of the act it was the lane. the crowd.' we of flesh the I at friend's house one summer .
: what might be his fate. The old man Ita\c crk aI wrpping ? tll my from freezing but by '
f prcinc Court had parsed upon the claim I But as fate would have it, the Legislature tired with his He might "Now, I had seen only an indistinguishable with which meffi sr th dav. : fou tH yard all piled.up with the ( do to keep '
f was watching. world. At tbe close of rubbish masAn's w ork. The few minutes to rub his .
fjnd .
adversely. Thereupon a joint resolutionwas I Il of the State about that time happened have fallen asleep down there as he hadso crowd of people. no history under the brush and broom a ethly.rption thl porter door was 0 l'apl.tr.. bad torn up I stopping every

passed suspending the operation of i to recognize the fact that there often before. of greed, or love, or death, in their coat or hat may be handed to us.better than f< The, roof was bans lift th feet, he followed the road till about L

that the I were a number of devil's lanes inside its Diek soon thelaneand plunged faces." when we resigned it, and the cloak of human All th pictur ware :, and I da.rligh-t..when he went into the woods

f the act. The claimants assert boundaries; :and appreciating the fact into the reached as near the A story with a similar! meaning is told wilHlnalJy be returned to u improved cupl were do.t their workr hide. lie dared not show him- % y. :
in the nature of i IS exhibited in New York and and purified and All the modern were to .
something but monumentsof of brightene glorfed. imprvemert bin
act ; that they were standing Uncle Joe behind him picture .
was I
: in\oln't
I It. ] Y not want our that I he would be arrested as
A merchant 0\ Ter wa fearing .
within introduceda two wealthy be introuc-.t dwlt. ;
not i or
therefore some one miracle could year ago.
\ contract and, i was mt'prversi) then nothing short of a now. We want rid of all heuse that .
a .j
., the competencyof Congress lo annul 1.it. I It I to ( away with them for ever. Incase save him. If in front then he possibly with his wife stopped before it. I represented -.JjJ eir weaknesses a and all their suscepft JJsTes tim, rom i momth-befqfl when I vt loon as his prison garb was seen. He .

the parties in interest could not or might be rescued from death in the the tower of a church cover fatige and all their slo.wuess loltion .that athou '*' *8 remained in the woods all day Sunday -" t

: ; ; I would not agree to build a joint fence, with wild ivy, crimsoned by the "i b put through a could not have suggested ai< iprTt moving to keep from .,
about the recent great flames."Don't o soil but had to.keep
Writing growth authorized and in its shadow an old Italian peasancrouching heat and cold and chang--..My. ,friend had-/sane .with of the township were -
{ of Minneapolis, a correspondent says I the trustees come in here. Bess," shouted basket of fruit. tag seasons out of which Go will.| tE Holy Load-. eipectag to. freezing Wndav m'prht he again took 'f .
to locate the line, build a fence uponit into over a reconstruct them much than at, 'the end -ot 4'monthi. I :M
he the to leap a .
mills Dick saw girl ; he in the
on as kept
There are twenty-four-flouring and charge the expense to the generaltax. brushes him. "What a picturesque effect exclaimed they are now as the body of the rosiest when' the buildinz waa tolto "A the toad and Monday ,
of .
the banks of the Mississippi River, cm the thick growth near the millionaire. "Norman, eh and healthiest child that bounds over.,the oH; what wan hia joiprhen eL tto I .wood witnont rest, knowing if he slept r'S"ue 6v' -

some live thousand tax.This Dick knew, but his steady-going "Go farther" down and look along the Or Italian?" sickest lawn at ': lark i better than tbe month b iyturntia aM th o boos* w MIionld:.'freeze to, death. Monday .
( altogether patient But _
ploying fence. '' artist who as j! "
the Hoit ,
"The hap-
amount of machinery and neighbor did not. So that when someone Poor Bess obeyed silently. How like sid to our soul, we will cr ,% nrg ttb reached Pawtucket, and there .
men and a vast to be his opposite ( *
remark to Dick that it pend present your waiting for independent OfObituary cK *zUy
happened her he obS'uie : -
capital invested, the daily capacity. of about time the lane was closed up, itset a very giant he seemed to as and own chamber-windows, and the frui into t state in every way rom B8t after arhJIajL? fou obtained old pair of shoes, aeoat -

w :151,200 barrels, of flour was the man to thinking very tramped through the briars, mud vender is old Lisc who has been sitting better with wider room and velocities will go ma.' I.and while j,. 7 I land hat, and discarded his prison suit, .
these mills being young his face and hands terribly
bushes, tearing beyond computation; the dullest of into gone touw .
there all summer. -j u the t.1 rest in barn and
i and directly to Europe about earliest Iv. hunting for the wilful old man who companionship with the very best spirits in be entirely reconstructed from .1 and had a night's a .
I exporting should Uncle Joe persist so foolishly The merchant, no doubt, their in the of and nerte,; and!bone and tissue 'Providence where he was :
This great Why had wronged him so! Now there was his appearc very b mo very parlor ever male then wenK* :
t, 2,000,000 barrels prr )(:1. in maintaining that of bushes ridiculous in the eyes of the the fou burnished and and be hauled %eJ and the old .
industry would of itself alone, with its demands His farm was crop everywhere right arm powerless! Did Bess know lack of artistic sight Yet it is probablethat paneled and pictured ad wa with .structure mu burnished Jprned and 1. recapture It seems a wonder that a
briars. e.
and had fired the shot that had made it if bundle of of cloth had the splendors that the infinite in a raised and cupolaed and enlarwIHnd, all the could remain out of doors forty- .5- -
y. of barrels, bags, machinery: etc., else of thrift. After \\hilehc the a scraps been able a tea of heaven intFoanced and 1 1.wi I person -
:mmlc so? she did, she dutifully kept se- been before him, his would e ha to invent.Victory! improvements you barefooted and thinly -t
I placed eyes -
but in addition to approach Uncle Joe again on This view of course-makes it of but little move it on resurrection day. "For eight
J build up a large oily; \the subject( and told him as the law then cret.On have been keen to detect differences'I importance whether we are cremated or km-v.ito$ if our earthly"house of ': clod, in the extreme cold, without being .

:. flour and lumber there are miscellaneous he didn't see but ,the lane would and on swept the flames, (chasing I which the artist could not see. sepultured. I te latter i dust to dust, tbeI 'this' tabernafcle, were dissolved, y.b a 5 :

of staple articles of was, with. But the old Dick like mad demons. The lower end Every object in the world is like a letter former is t any'prefer jjjcinrcration of_ G a h* tf maOa with frostbitten. '
many have to be done away let have : :
I it without cancatow
of the lane was in sight. That would of the and each man's te bv.n" They aver .
I'manufactures wood and metal, and also of textile fab- was immovable. It passes all comprehension alphabet, eye I The world may; become tluA o man end the search. Where was the old man? with insight and training, s crowde t ohr. yo ..
differing I cremation
of be *
amount litigationand may pity your
. ricks, which were a few years ago made what an difficulty have grown Had he missed him? Could it be he had out with these letters differing spll by law a well as by adop. hve J0 your il not ed a St Lonis dry.gooda store, the *

, i exclusively in the Eastern :tat('s. The neighborhood the construction indeed perished? Dick's heart had softened Let u not be too sure that onr own 1 sent. Many of the mightiest and.0 J li1' the avses- other day, and asked to bo shown .
exclusive of out of so simple a matter as toward the old man. It was a use- word is always the highest or the best; I best spirits have gone through this prociI .* tIo ever have any The floor-walker; ; .
sensible in dignifiers.
values of the manufactures of a line fence. Men I Thousands and tens of Godschildren ftot sympathize some .

.J" and lumber, in 1885, wire $21,050000. ,- most matters have been made enemies for less quarrel He was ashamed how of Uncle his partin Joe I nor obtrude our method of spelling too have been o thud. Bliss i I- JW and (tweak under the started up the center aisle in a coinplete -*- -

four that. It ism had know confidently on our ncghbor.-rQ'Lth'' Aj %wife, the.evangelistic singen, ; ever what .v
I f"Odyo.a to
such thing as -dr' bewilderment as
-Altogether this miscclincous man life by just a them felt about it, he never would have said a Companion. Accident .& iilii_ JoTiu .1 it state of
ten duty; to chronicle the fact that, j b'__ .and witikiiP'II Jeek and elastic step he plucked .
gives employment to over \ word about the miserable lane. I I -_ the wanted. At length np
I ufacturing Dick thought about it, the more it who had been served ({_' PBE endedtwosach. good
I Guest elegantly .
trade of re Suddenly a low cry fell on Dck's ears. ( u Surely enough to request the fair customer ;
; thousand The jobbing meanness friends f64Bs long so courage
men. aroused him. It was downright from the rea'r. where was with almost nothing)-"Now, waiter,, spb .
he -
about stand out came a phvsfci hen theIFs last shall be little more explicit, as
from to Ph to a
p::. Minneapolis has increased on the old man's part I Dick knew Uncle Joe that I have struggled through eleveI ;3dat the* nt*J com! the soul will descend;ciying: ""Where

11,000,000 only in 1870 to the amount of in that way, according to Dick's opinion.Of had raging tercely.. ': courses of cut-glass, silver and air, : mv body!'' and the body w ascend, saying: was ignorant of what she meant by .

: $41,309,000 in 188.'. There are now six- ('OU he \as an old man now and full Could he reach himbefore-it would be I gin to feel hungry. Briogme some corned] .'Where is my sonlf and Lord of the resurrection Mignitiers. "With a look'ot Jconi 4 ahe. :

teen railroads cnterinirtlle city, and more of whims; but he ought to listen to com- too late? God help him, he would try. i bt.c and cabbage and' a glass of plan be a perfect will soul bring in a them tOfetherad,itac.f. it "i renlied. Bustles, iir. .1,4 .. .!

I mon eense. Nerving himself for.the ordeal, 1 h.e rushed I ever..day water.-l -B ., pfe by :' ..- :

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The colored people of this --- m-
-rt- country have I 1 V. _
-. il'medical, college and a college den. I AHEAD. and, like the sensible she -I- ." 1" ; _
girl -
tTp and on and do she was, back through the smoke toward the t -- 4 heaven, _
; tistry. This year ten students graduated If you've not wait sought to act a a mediator between whence the ftoryl C into wonder perfect that* to-day., .

; gt the medical college in Nashville andthree I Never be anything to do; the two men. It was not the first call cam{ I swathe souse with garlands!. '5

, a moment late; time a woman's heart had been crushed Pli __ i-I th celebrate it with the _
the dental _
at you w'
coll'ge.J.lereed V
Drive -TI .
:_ ahead and push it through. by the obstinancy of two, men, like wheat 1 kt consecrated voice of sonsr that we eta _
by millstones. : huts and with doxologies that beat than.ifhes _
Onward Uncle Joe finally told __ i 1"

$ (Cal.) farmer has poisoned I Never murmur press without, fret or complaint scold ; him Bess never to mention the thing to -tp '- : I'Ites the with bt the biow G1t'.sound Causeway a the Only l. '-'; _. _

over 20,000 jack rabbits in the last four Lingering riov rjnade ; again. The fence was all right a it Epl ; ftwarriorhesrdM1MOff&tvmisajonary 4.-".- .
a aint was and -- ,
I ; should not disturbed. He Ul- !
: ycar.fAl< jet in I'Jlite l of the warfare Vacant hearts no virtue hold. had thought Dick b "a pretty V V p ,preach about tro. 'i- .

a ltistf them, they arc increasing in I Square kind of Lmso j- : __ UI-he -said to the ,' --"I
4 number Every moment keep in plaYA/ a felow, if thtwas m ; "Ye"st.f .) _
: the '
.: ; and are becoming veritable plague Nerve and faculty and grit'. way he was going to act, ,
, Providence ; want anything more to do with him and 1r saif the cnet cMeftftoK-,1 a '
to the Merced and Fresno!' farmers. will haste the day ; the
When a for Bess, she think she ouldever 1lJ m0i "-. .
with honor neen't ep '
you will sitReligious 1Kb. "
r|f The once famous Cardiff giant has been get his to marry such an i-r orrection 'hc can be no.resurMfethere ..i .:i'i'I

l Herald. out-and-out scoundrel as he was! II In i hall *no resurrection I nevethousands _
", 7' heard from again, after years of oblivion Of course that put the climax on the he V 4' I,,un in battle. Will they rise T-. : :

t.-: .. It reposes in a lidlcss box at El Paso, A TROUBLESOME: trouble. Bess, with\ her lovely eyes ful ''_ L I. there win be more to rise on crimes thatdajj hate, > .1-
" -LA E. Irkii those want to see :
Texas, which !serves as a settee for the I of tears, told her lover the old Qiga I1r been repented wh
foo _
.; idlers of that town. It appears that 4he I I decision, and-Dick's teeth came together. V i'bo allowed Christ ot} '

That }line had hard he listened.So jrfr life and their resurrectionlt.wDlbe a
always been a :
giant was carried to El Paso .a bone of .. Y *j
a while .
contention it was war it? if that .
between. Uncle Joe Alien and I Wel o vc. of the fasday be the-?
: ago by some epeculat i individuals whose : his neighbor on the When the I was so, he would see what could 151ge livo that greets yon i lighttgs -, i ,, _
west hb.
:: design it was to take him to Mexico and country was new and Samson I do.In will be only i bTumpfcal -
I Freeholder had about ten days after that the trustees ha V I icession nmtytfag down to '{Sort you -
. 4: bury him,with t the ultimate view of resur- bought adjacent farms. I j44nien.city
In went out The burning worlds flashing; through
I some to the farms and gravely me.
: recting him for the show business. Since way or another they had not very will be the. rockets :
I agreed about the of struggled through the tangled lane and saii _____ Iebrt '
the thrones
I tc corpnatiQnon you
then he is said to have mater staked your "her
been sold for the line out the line. Then '
fence. One the privilege of they served a ash _ 1111 *forever and forever and .

paltry price of$32. building i in his own way, the other notice on the two men that they must rver.rg is death t Wh hare we to* Ki*4r -

;L ----- -----==- -- would adopt that method and I build a good legal fence there within V' 1':3 I with death* As your rut body and
-- -- it *
: so ,
. J.t came about that thirty days. Uncle Joe looked on and ___ -; .V ,4n1 swing o frortrthii pl that last ,
One of.the auditors of the Treasury De they decided to build a I was.the you _. FY you will deep gash up and dow .
lane two rods wide remarked that he knew what the law was I'm let's forget ii, er i [ and sways a TfcrtinS s the
: who had rented 1 1t lying one wrong mysel. sorry e ( ,aeep gashes all through valleys;
: partment, a house in one-hal it, do not inin e
a side the line and on the other and he'd try to live up to it. and" a worthy the name." I jeweled sceptre, ad her smile ntion a human you n.iy improve its sight and and they will "be the emptied graves, _

fashionable quarter of Washington, was'' side. Each man fence I Dick went to work and cut rails and Tht was was said about the irradiated. Unusually welcome year because eye the natural by The they will b the abandoned sepulchres,
r put up a the whole al of the harsh winter and the Cite spring, multiply eye tboudQldWit
':; surprised to discover when the end of i it i length of the line, leaving that long strip I to the lane for the purpose of The joint fence was built, she sms.t step out of the snow-bank fnra c.t the .v' with them,rough aM ground slabs will tossed lie o either on'the side rent of" #

.. the month_ rolled niviind, that his landlord '. of land that neither'could use. building his part oChe fence; but Uncle and Uncle Joe kept his part up faithfully rthel tha conservatory, come out of the ;'WJjy houId it b thought with you an incredible and there will be uneven fallen
. With considerable Joe made no direction. He as long as he lived. After that the two North instead Qf the South,out of the Arctic thing God should raise the hlok ,and then for the mcu

'. was none other than one of the mesI I the lane:came to be d'gree of propriety spent much of his time in the neighborhood farms were thrown into one, and Dick rather than the tropics,dismounting from the dead Things all arounduAuggest it Out will cnotph the full exhilaration you -' % ;-

- sengers of his Bureau. Further inquiry]i Devil's I.ane.n' Similar as "the of the lane. He carried his gun and Bess are the happy man and wife who icy equinox; but welcome this queenly day, of what grew all these flowirgf Out of the text:appriat.hle\swaow up death in o t. .
lanes may be holding high up in her right hand the mould and the earth. Resu recteJ! Resur-.
': developed the fact that the latter had found in certain parts of this at most of the time. Now and then Ihe live on the Allen homestead. wrenched-otf bolt of Christ's and The radiant bitterfly, where "Hall the Lordjof earth and heaven! -

i the time country I brought home a rabbit for dinner. He holding high up in her left spuchr to rt come from? T* : Praise to Thee by both be given: ,. '
been present hnd lotom
loaning money through the department although they are fast I Thee we greet thriumphant
: j disappearing.So had been, so he was fond of saying A Dyak Climber. all 'the cemeteries in Chritendom caterpillar. That albatroA, 8: '
Hail the resurrection ,
r to impecunious: clerks and others, i j, the something of a hunter in his f ime, al lev'n I i a exciting s a army the tempest with it*wing; whfJ. Tul! -. : '.
matter stoQd. The two men The Hill Dyaks of Borneo are expert rout and flying. They run each other down. did it come from? Tenseleas: shelL ______
in __
extorting return interest counted shot .
: an of 10 now was a good for ;
let a \
each I
per other valuable in Celtic tomb "
scattereverything the track. France
severely alone after the climbers. Mr. while collecting Near Be rgerac, a THE high estimate which Lincoln put
cent. mouth. The rx-mcssengcr claims fence was built. Each the fenceon man of his age. Hornaby, Un wheeled aiel..Hoof of hor on breast under a block were found ftower seed that > .\
,>II his side kept up After Dick had finished: splitting rails specimens of natural history, saw a Dyak of wounded ad man. have had been buried two thousald yea The upon the services and powers of Henry .

. ,. to have kept 10.000 in constant circulation of the Devi's Lane, never for the fence, he had sharpened his axe, ascend a large tapang tree, five feet in diameter of the French falling back from ra, explorer took the flower seW planted Ward Beecher, i "by the ,

r: ,. -which, deducting losses! netted 'eling to do making and, taking a good scythe, went downto at the base, straight as a ship's I Napoleon's track of OOO, cr in the It, and it came up; it blom6.in bluebell and mission with which iutate .
value to himself his of Russia, or retreat Two ? was by '
or neigh-I mast and without the smallest limb snow-bk heliotrope. ar but intrte
thou a
or .
: .. him a profit of about $9,000 a year. clear the ground of brushes and OUI armies from ilanassas, or of yet A trveler fond the President, ,
knot for hundred and feet rrt. says the Chicago
i jj briars. a twenty up. I the five kings tumbling over the of i Egypt gardAi peas that had mart

; The Chinese ;;;; mild-mannered race, "Time brought gray hairs to those good He knew this would be no small task, The man went up the tree to secure a' thorn with their armies, rok B baen mummy-pit there three thousand years ago; Joural. Delegated turn public) ._...

and at length Sampson I but his arms were strong and his will bees' nest hanging from the under side of srm heaven ac.the swords of Joshua" He brought them out and on the 4th of June, sentiment in England in favor of the;" ', ,' '. .
; but they draw the line at banking irregu- holIervas gathered to his fathers. Then I the lowest limb. The nest was simply a I strck them fury. In my text 1844. he planted them, and in thirty dars -' '::5"l
good. Hardly an hour had he'worked is Buried three thousand Union cause, the great abolition orator.- .: "
larities. When the recent failure of the the farm was sold to Dick Lamsbn, a naked of white a worse dsLomfu.I seems that a black they sprang up.
large piece "
' when a rifle shot rang out on the air and triangular giant proposed the earth. He years, yet resurrected"Why should it bethought '
wide-awake conquer met the prejudice and hos JJ
I by
: Tung Lung bank at I i tong Kong was made thorough-going young fellow his strong right arm dropped to his side comb. A had been put gathered tor his host all the aches and pains a thing incredible with you that Cod 'a op

, public a crowd of cxoited i who was bound to succeed in life. I"painfully wounded.So up the previous year, and reached from I and malarias and canr and dtempr should raise the dead r tility of the governing clases i tai 4.. : ,- '
depositors Everybody said so, and what in springI I the ground to the branches. It consistedof and epidemics of the ages. He Where did all this silk come from-the He found ':
al his that he could mache country. conspicuous
stormed the building, ransacked it from field agreed upon, who question? I' severe was injury seven twenty-foot bamboo poles held them down, drilling them in the that adorns your aid your among
Uncle Joe do nothing toward discovering who fred east wind and amid the slush In the hollow of a prn Greek missionary British subjects but two warm.amIout-. v %
top to bottom, and carried off and dc- was not blind to the almost end to end alongside the trunk by
: young
j the murderous shot, and -he was I of He threw up barricades of grave- brought from Chi to Europe the progenitors -
.; ,: troyed everything contained in it. This man's sterling qualities, and so i hap- I After he had made his way to the house, sharp pegs driven into the soft wood temp. pitched tent of channel house. of the n now supply the silk spoken friends to th United States

pened that whcii,. in the course time, I the alarm and crowd of about two feet apart. The pegs were Some of the troops marched with slow tread market of many ntion Tl:e pageantry of when he landed in GreatBrit '

.:I. is a shorter and pcrliaps a more profitable Dick came to ('Oir' his handsome daughter I and boys turned was given out and hunted a the men lane driven first on one side of ,the poles and commanded by consumptions,some in double- bannered: host at the In mriou aie] These were Prince Albert" and John ..
of declaring a dividend than the one Bess be I quick, commanded by pneumonias. Some he of commercial (\ .
way much inclined
\ was very to then en the other, and to them the bamboos empru
from end to end, but in vain; no one took by long besiegement of evil habit, and from'the silk who shall b Bright By his j logic
usually pursued in occidental communi- > favor bis suit It was not long before it were lashed by rattans, which held won insignificant itipidity.
; I could be found hiding there, and the some by ole stroke of the battle axe of cas surprised oat of ely
;i tics. On this occasion' it is not stated came to ( understood but thivas deed remained a mystery.In them firmly about eight inches from the I ualty. With bony hands he pude body, this insignificant eaVthly and eloquence, ; 'conquered .

"going with Ik-s,"' and that they were I this stood for time.Dick's tree. These pegs served the rungs of I at the door of hospitals and rm bodies unfold into&methng.worthy of the the opposition "ol .mosf of .
.: whether the officers of the bank some a
were going to "get 1uriell in a few months. I way thing somehow. The the ladder. The builder must have beena and won all the victories in alV the gtbtt'etelll. coming eterite. Pt iv r into dutc'l the men of Great Brit--
arm \ of all the five continents. nitreand h'er ifnenfa
the assets. The probability is that Matters : Fowa dSol\Cs. thel (
among condition when bold manwith of
were iii He '
j bone had been injured a little, the doctor steel conqueror of conquerors e.erl Jfo. plei s of copper and ain, and undoubtedly prevented the r
' they fled to the Montreal of China, whcr I once upon a time Dirk happened to get said. Dick saw Bess now and then. He obliged to let the ends of poles over- the Generals and Commnderin-Chef, a the silver reappears. If one'fore dissolves forcible interference '.
to thinking about that Devil's in order build the ladder I all Presidents another .by England
ever that be. I I.le.: 1 could that the lap a few feet to Ind and force organizes."Why
may ; Then it stretched the whole width of his ; not help noticing poorgirl's with safety to The completion Cl.r drop the feet of hIs war-charger. should be thought thing incredible -' in behalf of the South. at a subsequent ,
----- -- -- cheeks were growing paler day by himsel. I But one Christmas his with that God should fraise the
. night, antagonist was you
farm .
separating him from his of the ladder difficult. Clinging in the.rebellion.-
The recent reappeaunce) ( of the drum in prospective tlay, and she seemed ready to break down : hundred; brn As mot of the plagues and sick- The insects Hew and the worms deaH'J J period

father-in-law. I whenever he came to see her. Her father to the slight bamboo pole, a '< ant: despotisms cm out autumn feebler and feebler,aid then value of s in the _
some European armk-Jfiori, whic-h it had J At that time the lane was well calculated I I was home but little now. Night and day feet from the ground, he hauled up the of the East, it was appropriate that\| They have taken no food, liey soppd. Umted" tates Beecherl''sen after his .

.been banished, will f-eera timely should to be an e\estre to any energetic far-I last bamboo, twenty feet long, drove in th3 new l'nllueI should come out of' They lay dormant and in-er-ible. but soon immediately re- -
I he !stood' guard at the lane a sturdy vet-
the same Fower is Hun the south wind will blow tie resurrection
given to turn from less
:" mer. It had been allowed to run to the lashed the lower end of the poleto quarter. England was scarcely .
\ the"whole continent now be called to eran on some self-imposed post of duty. peg awaken all the fallen of all the centuries and and the air and earth will '
arms. General Farr( the French War J waste for many jcars. Xo one had !bet I He had even slept out in the bushes several it, and then ascended that bamboo to of all! lands,and marshal them against theblack trupt of them Do y fe not think marked and.conspicuous. By his

; foot on it finc. the .fences had been built I times all night, coming to his mealsin fasten i at the top. J : giant. Fields have already been won, that God can do as much for. bodies a lieV.speeches, sermons,and writings he ren-i. ..

'. Minister, abolMied it, and not until his save now and then *a venturesome boy the stiff and sore from the The Dyak honey-hunter fastened to his I but tue last day of the world's exist. doe for the wasps and the 'piders and the dered aid totha'Governmentdur-* : .

\ retirement was it restored to the army of hunting rabbits, for which it furnished an i morning back a basket to receive the honey. Making ence will see the decisive battle.! When snails I This morning at 4-:oO o clock there WiSa more ,

excellent retreat. For it had damp, but with a determined look on his his torch-wood with which to Christ shall lea forth His two brigades, resurrection. Out of thejiiabt, the/day. I a big the latter part_of the wa than any .. '
France. Belgium followed Farre's ex- grown up face. He was a man who never yielded up I the brigade of 'n dead and the brigade a few weeks there will be a reiirrection m all "
.. so thickly with shrubs briars and weeds smoke the bees out of the nest and away of the celestial host the other man few-of thenai'offs'most '
!' have wclcome.l what he thought was The thirty black giant our Why not somef lay a resurrection excP
her fa gaenq -
: amplebut now troops that: it was the next thing to impossible I law right passed and the from himsel he ignited it, slung it by a I back, and the brigade from the w the gavel ., '
days by tolder
the return of the familiar! music. Italy, for any one to force bis way through it. I Township given Trustees "allowed"' to build cord neckso, that it would hang sepulchres wi take Him from beneath and fiver and anon ae fsac of mad The. abolition 'oflaver1 dii -Eot de' t'

, without it is In such condition i of j below his feet and started the slender I the brigade descending imora will take women entranced. '
after being fifteen cars a it was no use to up :.
the fence in a few days. They had Him from above, and swallowed A trance is death Hy resurrectionafter ,privd Be'echer of the f
sl b folo\ve opprunit- v-
thinking of trying it again, the Trib'tna : the men who owned the land. I looked I watched things from a distance and knew "ladder. Hand and foot he went up, up in ictory. a few days' suspension of mental F'I. & 'S '

to Dick like a sheer waste of property. how desperate the old man was. peg after peg, with a nonchalant ease The od; braggart that threatened the conquest power-and voluntary action. Rev. William manifest h.i.abou dJ.lo1 fo t>- :;.- ...

and Eitcrcite Itali" no pleading vigorouslyfor I There was a strip of land 100 rods long I this time Dick and which would h e done credit to the and demolition of the planet has lost Tennent, a great evangelist (if the last gen race.The Iriabr, Cetans, ';,. .

it with the war authorities. The ,I and rod wide that to himanda I About Bess hap most daring of Even that sailor his throne, ha lot his sceptre, has lost his' eration, of whom Dr.Archibald Alexander. Bngaa *.
a belonged i
I! pened to be sitting on the porch in the saior. has lost his prestige,and the one w a fa from teiturntal, wrote in and all peoples who 'ere :Itr glDg y .
if he place n big
argument against the drum was no doubt piece of the same !ize which Uncle Joe ,. harvest moonlght. Uncle Joe was out would have was a over all the gates of mausoleum! ad'n mot eulogistic -Rev. William Ten- against despotism, found in j.

theoretically strong. It was a relic of : ought to have under cultivation. on the probably. Neither of the little shaky, while climbing a tall factory catacomb mini lt'rOIIli on cenotaph and nent seemed t die. His-spirit departed.People ha.fe\
\\"as the On reaching on khan of Arctic came after', said: less, and eloquent
|. it not poor policy to allow that.. referred to him. chimney by lghning-rod. sarcophagus lonely tne il day- lyad
barbaric days'!, requiring the employment i I land to run wild in that 'l So it young people the lower from the explorer, and on the catafalque' ot great "He i dead, he i dead.' R: .ho tht ways took a leading also, M the vV*'
way As sat thus Dick turned his
do nothing i iI |I they eyes cathedral, written in capitals of azalea fled and part
of a large force of men to ground, he took his torch in one hand, reture 'Wiim.TEnent -
I.I seemed to him. He knew nothing about i 1 I toward the Devil's Lane. and calla lily, written in cadence, had seen movements which e to:

\ but make a noise. The cumbersome!' : the circumstances under which the lane I Ii What was it he saw? waved it to and fro.until it smoked free- written in doxology of muka amblg while his soul was gone. I may be found elevate the moral and social condition .- .. 1

instruments are often lost in battle or require 'i had been built and possibly thought itvas .1 He to his feet. Away down at ly, and then crawled out along the bare written on the sculptured door some time that what i cle suspended an.- '
chance. I sprang branch he was in reach of the coveted vault, is u'icory. Coronal word emban- mation or comatose stat i br.fdeathgivi of peoples or case Temperance and ., j
inordinate attention to take care of only by 'the far'her end of the lane a cloud of unti word chief word of the soul an '
he favored
; Examining it first on one ner ap.lYltic fe woman suffrage especially ,
111 to Uncle Joe about i it the
speak .
'I smoke curled lazily which Trom Which it cones back, furlough of -
them. After its successful raid against next time Im over that way," was Dick's i As he watched, the breeze freshened a side, and then on the other, he shouted return. conquerors a few hours granted front the confliot and no man spoke more earnestly and : ;
the drums, the process of dry, scientific I resolution; ( it was not long before he j little and a lurid glare leaned down as cheerfully as if his climb had 'Victory! Wool !h ute at Culloden antBalakiava of life to which it must rturl Do not 'this corruption'i ppli- .
angriyskyward been nothing: "No honey!I" Leavingthe nut Megiddo and Sol- waking: of men from anti this waking impressiveyagist
elimination extended to the colors. I bad a chance to c\rry: | it into The the up 'J
was directly of
. etl'ct. ,I sweeping tire comb untouched, he descended, with ferino, at Marathon, where the Athenians up of insects from winter lifele ness, and tcs. protit ton. Jpublio '
seemed be
old to
There, however, it net a repulse; and in !I gentleman very good I the lane. smile and reached the ground without drove back the Medes;at Poicier where this waking up of gl"n buried three thousand office private train. *". '?:i
: I humor the Dick called him and n I t .
day on ;
and circumstance I Some one had fired the undergrowth Chrt Martel bro'e the years ago, make it e sier fot you -V- -" .
the reaction in favor of tin: pomp I the two men sat on the fence half an hour i 1 which crowded the lane. the least tremor. I !n; at Salamis, where & to believe that your body ad m MICHAEL NOLAN a one-armed Inmate ." :.. : t

of war: as a relief from its I chatting about the crops and matters in I time of the when the great sea tight conoude the After the vacation of _tbj grave I ".
said I was a year everytiling Seeing and Observing. I Persians, at th3 dor the rouse and rally, though t"ere be three of the BridgewaUr Prison. Ma' :1. ;
the ant .
capacity, the drum Finally young man : tinder. There hadbeen .
slaughtering as dry as ifst .
mere general was cavern of rock where thousand between our breath-anJ '. '
a Hearing again. I ( way, Uncle Joe, what do you I; no rain for weeks, and fire like that j "I never was so impressed with the difference Etlr came out l'hi.le a recess, and the years ot'he archanjjelic rveie' sachusetts.. He is serving' a years sentence :'.-. ;- ,t
gets .
I sato ch.aring up that land between 'O\' was a thing to be dreaded.Whereis between eyes and no eyes, wrotean throttled the King of Terrors and put him u? that vrhii-j, the mot five months of which have already : ..

The Commissioner of the G'nerll Land I and putting 1 good fence on the ': your father, Bess?" English author lately, in a private let- back in the niche from which the celestial our bodies are built with s'jfh wonderfu been placed to credit ':. i -c i

I ? That's it belongs. The use and withstartled ter, "as on a short journey I once made Conqueror had just emerged. Ahawhenthe economy thate. con spare nt : ,ad }. h Recenty .;, >. ""
Office has rejected the application of the llne is worth to i The girl now rose quickly, with Charles Dickens in France. Jaws of the Eastern muleum' took loss of 0 finjjf'tj a hindeunent, and the was put into one of the strong .-. ,' .
I land something us looked toward the lane. lame .. .' -
gaze down the black giant "death was swallowed injury of.a' 'a us ,
heirs of John E. Bouligny for the issue of both." "He-must be down yonder. Dick, I'm "We spent hal an hour in a station up in victory." I proclaim the abolition of still that .\ve t!joint.r two l"' three u e-1 I striking a fellow prisoner, and ht. .' _, <

closed for moment house waiting a train. As we left it death. le and ao he escaped by springing the J 1r
prize land script to the extent of 75,000; Uncle Joe's lips a afraid-you don't suppose > physical apparati, antmt' Saturday J :.
from the I very tightly. Then he replied: "The bush is on fire. If your father is he said: 'Dil'ou see that miser sitting The old antagonist is driven back into my- >r physiologist ha n "el ben bars of the window which'' beta P.
acres. This claim dates year full thology with all the lore what they are They no iloubi{ thofoundation h "
I doubt he has ferry fOI. arc '
it is the a bag '
involved in the historic 'It's good enough me as there he is in danger. I will go and sec by door o and Charon with oar abut tygi. of the resurrection holy, worth nearly cut in twain by a file, and -:. ; :. -
1717 and is oper- Now, that meant a great deal from him." of gold Imril.t in his garden at home. Mel to in state to be '
if I can find I Abbey and Kenilworth Castle no nothing u thi indispensably the : .J ; :f
ations of John Law, of South Sea: Bubble ;. Uncle Joe. It meant that he had'not forgotten Before the words were fairly spoken I Every coin left a crw's foot about r th is the ipulch We ar shall have valuable in t next-statoj. The Jewish squeezing through openingi.thisallowed "
half his Did notice the lovers? do rabbins liaU only a hint of sug him to get into the yard where .
i fame. It is based upon an alleged grant the strife of almost I century Dick had cleared the fence surroundingthe i (eyes. you mor than we have th '
I with Freeholder, and that : Tire UnSUCCeSSfUL rival was there, too. with the cloak-room at a Governor's gestion when they said the scaled the/ fence ten high, .
neighbor farm house and was running 01 hu ;
the of France, covering a ago swifty. I levee. We such frame was a am/ill bone whfrhwas" fet '
cloak- hu.
by government hookednose. stop
.. I he had no inclination now to depart from He was the bagman with the Pridets a .. te barbed wire. : :
toward the fire, Hess following as as Lw in to be of resurrectioabody which protected'with "
e : .
of ) L th .
of the then French colony mother with her r chg slat ou .wa .
portion : the he had then formed never. to she could. And the young I overcoat;, our \ / Perhaps tht mayhave bcen,a delusion. I '. :
Louisiana. The claimants succeeded, in help teesiol fence on the line. '.1 How the flames did sweep} through that baby?' pare!, that we may not'b impeded in ap. But thing isj certain, .the He was dressed in the.pr t gajfb $ .:-. .. ;i
buidn I said. brilliant round of"the Well, Christian scientists of our.day Lave found out barefooted and had no .' "t
'I ,
) not slow to see that there seemed lick the i saw no baby, drwing.rm was .rercoat :
art by) Congresaffirming was It to (
in passed: thicket 'reklingbush's .
1807 an I
getting the mother my friends, when we go out of this that there are two or three.gfcxilaities of :
dead. But thinly
: back of the farmer's remark 'No; it was worl w The weather cold-and, : ;-
leaves. If her father wasTery _: '
like wasthere
After the was something up are going to a king's banquet, and holy that are gIOf'ouiy
their title. passage I reception .
.sm sge.tive ,
: alI he wisely said no more about -no; she couldn't bear to think I was with it, though she sat there alone of monarchs, and at the door of the tomb "another rtate.th' .-:,.. clad barefooted, he had all he'l J i t.
of the act it was discovered that the Supreme in the crowd.' we leave the cloak of flesh and the I called friend's en -
I I the lane.: what mi-iht be his fate. The old man wrpping at my houap one summer. from freezing, but by -
f Court had parsed upon the claim I But as fate would have it, the Legislature -i tired' with his watching. He might "Now, I had seen only an indistinguishable with which wo meCT the dav. I: found tnd ya pil l.up with the could. do to keep V .'f
was I read history world. At the close of earthlyrcception, rubbish of masons work. The \ few minutes to rub his ; : i
time crowd of people. no a stopping every .
joint resolution of the State about tbat happened fallen asleep down there as he had under the the
a have
r adversely. Thereupon brush and broom of the porter the door was off. The plumbers hsd torn up -
death in their till about ,
operation of 1 I to recognize the fact that there: so often before. of greed, or love, or- coat or hat may be handed to u.btter than I Qoor. The roof was being lift ia t fet, he followed the road .

; was passed susprnllingthe were a number of (lenl' lanes inside its Dick soon reached the lane and plungedinto faces." "hen we resigned it, and the co hUn- I cupola All th pictures were : and dyightWh6fl] he went into the woods "

;;: the act. The claimants: assert that the I I 1 boundaries; and appreciating the fact the bushes as near the fire as he A story with a similar meaning is toll ity wilHinally be returned u imprve'a the I.'prger were doing their work.- I: to hide. He dared not show him- *:
1./ the nature of a of exhibited in New a brightene and and glorifed. All were being ti
in purife
behind him picture
but standing
involved something
act i that they were dared. If Uncle was I Yo not tha.t dwaUinr. was he would arrested
merchant -at Ter edT, fearing a
A OUI bie
wealthy h
:) contract and, therefore, it \\'84 not within i man's perversity, !some' one introduced then nothing short of a miracle could year or two ago. a they r now. We want rid of alltiieir beuse fit to live! that Ho !
a I
to annul it. I a bill to do away with them for ever. Incase save him. If in front, then he possibly with his wife stopped before it. It represented -. weaknesses and all their susceptibilities tim?, rom athouba momtjrbefo/e when I vt : 1.I a his prison garb was seen. ,

'f the competency of Congress I I the parties "in inh'f.t could! not o might be rescued from death in the the tower of a church covered n fatige and all their slo.wuess locomotion. that .hou' '*'_ remained in.the. woods all day Sunday ,'wI ( -

II build fence, with wild ivy, crimsoned by the frost # b put through a could not have suggested a lprft I from j jfeezing
to a joint chemr to keep
; I would not moving
had .
Writing about the recent great growth agree flames.'Don't and in its shadow an old Italian S._ soil neat an cold .My.friend h'gone .with hi l t I but tp.keep
authorized peasant ,
t correspondent sLy.: : i the trustees of the township were come in here. Bess," sbputed basket of fruit. ing seasons out which Go w tha.- Holy i V> expecting- ;-; m'ptht he took .** q jI
of Minneapolis, a line build a fence crouching over a reconstruct them much a
to locate upon Dick he saw the girl about to leap into a heck atfthe end a.'J I I'wfin ; he the ?
mi11the on the "What a picturesque effect! exclaimed they are.now the body of the rosiest the ,was I .
I "There arc twentyfourflouring I it and the expense to generalThis brushes him. a building, th.i
Hirer, emi charge the thick growth of near the millionaire. "Norman, eh and healthiest child that bounds over..the o< what waa(his.joy,when at tfe to*..of six I # knowing if he sleptilfe3would .. -1 1
banks of the Mississippi I tax.I down and look along the lawn the bow rest
farther bttnturnedaM
"Go at lYospeck better than tbe .
Or Italian? lark i
but his steadygoingneiLrhtor : month o to. death. MondayHglgftt Al
five thousand Dick knew, sickest patient in But I ;" -
some I fence. who T .
altogether Hoit r
i ploying said the hap- a
So that when someone "The tower, soul will I : iJ and there .
and did not. Bess obeyed silently. How likea t Our we over\lt y t : SiS? KA TMJBhed Pawtucket,
1': and vast amount of machinery it Poor pend to be present, "is your ni4th1ia : .
men a remark to Dick that her he opposite waiting for obsequies, independent of rooms we dt .
I seemed to as coat
he of shoes .
Ita old ,
giant obtained pair .
capacity of hUlpened.to it very own chamber-windows, fruit- obituary, into state in II .i
i capital invested, the daily: the lane was closed up, mud andlIL.hCS t every way Ikeiuueioht' ,
I was through the bran better, with wider and e I lila suit 4
flour tramped vender is old Use, who has been sitting room velocities aud hat and discarded prison ... -
these mills : O() liarrtN of set the man to thlklgr his face and hands terriblv beyond the dullest of tcI1niaCIe"1ILbe '
%t beingJt, I young tearing there all summer." computation; of u into gone the 'liouse' your in barn, and
and exporting directly to Europe about I earnestly. hunting for the wilful old man who doubt, appeared companionship with the very best spirits in entirely reconstructed from cellar t attic, I.and had ,Oght'srest a '.

,. This great I Why hould Uncle Joe persist so 1001- had wronged him so! Now there was hisright The merchant, no artist for his their very b mo in the very parlor of and every nerve,:muscle a bone a u then wen*i '?roviden >where he was : Q
: the of the
in ,
ridiculous the
barrels eyes walls burrished and and be
r 2,000,000 per alone with its demands I ishly in maintaining that crop everywhere of bushes arm powerless! Did Bess know lack of artistic sight. Yet it is probablethat paneled\and pictured fou and glodified. with .structure artery mu burnished an OVHJ JjprrA and I reptn: I seems a wonder that a f fI *y,

'.!. industry would of itself and briars.!' His farm was who had fred the shot that had made itso if a bundle of of cloth haul the splendor that the infinite God in a raised and cupolaed and enlai flBnd all theimprovements could remain out of doors forty- 4371;
machinery, etc., of thrift. After a while he the scraps has been able a introOTced 1 I person '
of barrel, bags else :i model ? she dutifully kept se t invent.Victory! of heaven you
him his would a
before and
B1& addition tot ventured to approach Uncle Joe again on I! been placed eyes view of course- it of but .will move into it on rot Fo eight hours barefooted thiy. .-i!

build up a large city; but in and told him, as the law then cret.On have been keen to detect differences 'I importance whether me ltl o ..we know-ti if t0u of F clad, the extreme cold, without be- ..: Z

flour and lumber there are miscellaneous. the subject but the lane would and on swept the flames chasing which the artist could not see. sepultured. I the latter i dust to du th 'thl9\UbernaeIa, were dissolved, wbave a i '; -

articles of was, he didn't see Dick like mad demons. The lower end Every object in the world is like a letter former is t nthei any' building'of; God, a house nR made withhandi5Mrnal I in K frostbitten. .
old _
j manufactures of ninny staple have to be done away with. But the of the lane was in sight. That would of the alphabet, and each man's eye, ,I I, eration let have if without caricature.The .- in the heavens" They aver _V__ '. .
wood and metal, and aKo of textile: fab- man was immovable. It passes!' all comprehension Where the old man? world may become r crowded tbjcremation find :.nt'each other. Did jf or body ever A SCPER-EET1SED young lady entered .
was and
search. training, spells
end the with insight
... amount of litigationand differing may be universally adopWH valn1-your soul not pity it'! or your store the *
ricks, which were a few jcars ago: madeexclusively what an have Had he missed him I Could it be he had out with these letters differing words. by law a well as by general con bodyfSv -.ai'joand. year soul notreecho ; a St. Lonis drgos V

f. in the Eastern' States. The neighborhood difficulty grown indeed perished? Dick's heart had softened Let not be too sure that onr own sent. Many of the mghtie and '.Jw..JT 'changing the Question other day and asked to b shown V
?"- of I out of so simple a matter as the construction toward the old man. It was a use- word is u always the highest or the best; best spirits have gone through pr 'y frjoor soul eveA have any The ..' 'V 3
l? values of the manufactures, exclusive of a line fence. Men sensible in ashamed of his i too Thousands and tens of thousands Go' trouble:Jy,rTOUT "Txxly not sympathizewt&jtfWt somedgter.' for-walkr
$21,030-1 made enemies for less quarrel He was partin j nor obtrude our method of spelling children have been cremated. P. **, "f wan and weak under the aisle a coinl '
fjKV flour and lumber, in 18.13: .wire most matters have been It is had know how Uncle Joe | confidently on our neighbor.-Touth'. wife, the, vangelistic si" -depressinJte',jjaeef'Ordidy' ir,s>nl ever tate i what .rf :
that. ,
r'' 000. .Altogether this miscellaneous manufacturing I life by just such a thing as about it, he never would have said a I Companion. accident i '_ have a gla.2wffioar[ body celebrated it let l state of bewilderment as t 4
them J
chronicle the fact that, fet :with txl Bffaeek and elastic step? he plucked
to over ten my duty to about the miserable lane. I c.b .., k she wanted. At length u
gives employment re thought about it, the more it low fell on Dick's ears. Guest (who had been elegantly served '1 I Surely : BBTcnded tro.such good the fair customer -1
trade ofMinneapolis I"ck Suddenly a cry .Vt fftfy long separate/i. And so courage enough to re luet "
thousand downright meanness waiter iricnc
The jobbing "Now
men. ( It was the re.tr. where the fire was with almost nothing)- ,*
It came from i *Ilfa the worM's last Easter morning shall be little more explicit, he ,
stand out to a a
has increased from about on the ohl.man's part to fiercely. Dick knew Uncle Joe that I have struggled through eleven f" com! the soul crying: Where is ;
oft.1,301tOOO according to Dick's opinion. raging I of cut-glass, silver and air, I be-- widend saying: ignorant..of what she met by .
amount : inv bodyf
11,000,000 onlin 1870 to the iu that way had been found. courses dr) wl a Cd. \'a : .
M sixteen Of couise, he was un old man now and full reach him before-it would be I gin to feelhungry. Bring me some cornedi: -''''er is mv son t!"and u> the resurrection "dfgnifiers.: "With'looker: aha
Could he fjc
$ in.188J. are now rId will raud it will *. '
There them
; and mores of whims; but he ought to listen to common too lute? God help him, he would try. i beef and cabbage and a glass of plain 1 It be a perfect soul bring in a tot$y,introduced I'repl.Bu, .'I.' ..#.* ... :t
the city, I pe'
iroads .
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} *'D'. mayor Starkcji nlIsem J.cd : "
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'. ., ..' ,$,1.. ;,r i .t: Diltnrb[! StAi 1.?. TJlatany. person or persons CorIvtc.tel( of wilfully dtsturblng: any nsserflblY;,: t J O1)TC met for ,lawful .,.,.._ LINCOLN -'CIY .

w ,,;,;.' db E pUbJblCI8I .. '"nn1'C8 or using tnc1tSCT't't IJr nbeeno iantiuge 111 the same, shall 1,0 flncdlJot less than .d()l1arS: (fi 00) or III... Luau I .

,, ... "i'. ... &::c.. !' \wentyflve ( 25 00)) or tIC unprsoncd noL Ics; than Live days: or moic than twent.ve J. dY'H It lie Si''C ;""""d .
4 : : impris.or .
.. I l' "'fo' iTrfrr I 4\ lxi Iii iliC dicrctiou (If I the I I n1iyor. ... ,

4 V _:'f.' .'Si8.rJEei D 'W I a.- fall) io: HF..c. 2. Any IRIOfl! f.l1lm. to appcar e r.r rcfiisin to testify' befmQ tie mynr after ht' no''' sutJl ;'::'ncd.by the i A STOW OF THE FLOURISHING CITY OF STAIKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, M t tr

aP'ia anil ,Ihnou-ih Hie marshal hall be subject to a liiie of not less tljan! one. Collar tl($1.00)1 ) lIn1 CJ. :""", mtror. .
city jail fur notion thin one'dav than! live in ) of mayors "- mprfeoatncnt jn tie Subdivision E Sec. 32 Tp. SOuth Rant
: Ji EOBGB W*'.MARTENS: mayoreotrt. feu or more jJPJlff'rrc i atientlauce' on .r' FLORIDA: Being -of all ofS 1-2. of tf
*? < :vzteo 3. Lath: witiies. so sumincmil clmll: be entitled to = r

R: *- 5r .', *".'tA,:' : ;'.;. .: .:-. 7.., .. taxed in same malincr-is nuyois" : and otUrr.officers. cst: ApjAHESTi
__ XCIXSIVELT IS' : : U. L. s1'AltMAt. Towal'leiSt:;:, .. : '"' .
if-fll: *if imKR? ; 1:. A. KNIGHT, Major.. .. N. Railroad: : ". I .. s',

; :'. : ". ;?njRE 1.IQUORS, ORDINANCES OF _. s TA RKE. 5':1 I' LOTS 700x200 FEET, MAIN STREETS 60fEET WIDE: PLAT DULY crr* YEY; I 4:
E ;
r. ...* .. o :- :... '_ 4 rt 2'HEf' ED, AND RECORDED. LOTS IN LINCOLN CITY are offered in the real male :,

4 PRICES 2b per pent lower* than any market to fill a long felt need of our colored friends and citizens oj opportunity to 1

: ? joiner house In he I city. .
s ; .' Country orden sollciUxl. .1'ilce lists ?J purchase at low prices and on liberal terms town. lots and homes 'to have and to hold" '

\ 3); ?.f..' pponpplIc3OU. for themselves. In this "Land ofLiberty" as.wtllas flowers and, fruits, it is wright >;
KMPSt.. Lonis. Boltjed
._ Agent for J
"i.,.t B8er. 9J-W.est Bay fitreet, 1; of every citizen, and within the means of every energetic and thrifty) man or

l i : "'- Jaeksenv 1o" ]fIa pII woman, to own for himself or herself a spot.of green earth, with a bit of God's blue | : .

(S- .< : jg sky above it, upon which to build for self and loved ones a pretty home. Undisputted !

: ; .: AliKE 1NS1'ITUTE. 1. : g jj ,. possession of the soil of one's home, howev'erhumble, imparts dignity. andpower to t\.* 8 '.1

: O.C.* OS.EY. A. M. Principal! nt owner, employs otherwise idle hours, and turns waste "'intowealth. .

I -4Ir.. C. D. dlUAVLEY;M. A Ansoclate.JJlSSANNIlJ .
1.4 L .- :. JOER Music & French. ,

;, ? .. This None 1.but. a Schooler most competent the hlsrhcst assistants. type, i1 The soil good and suited to successful growing of f the Orange, Peach Strawberry 1

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,ii.X'. ... ,. ''/obtained purely analytical anywhere.and System original.of teaching Pupils II ject is to GIVE FULL HONEST VALUE FOR THE MOSEY PUg, and to encourage thrift and {

.. I .ad ranee mo.>t rapdiy.) energY'amotng! colored citizens in owning and beatifyi homes of their own.


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f 'r circulan address the principal, .E.PACE. it

.. '., STARKK ] LA. l LOTS ARK PltlCHI) FKO3I: oOiaccorclinir
$1O, ONLY. UP TO $ to choice location, ,.. .

to be made. Cut this out r 'I -j Terms $;; cash on each lot purclutsed and balance in niouthlj or quarterly instalment .;;':f

;ii; turn to us, and wic-tYI- mufc Ez within O to 12 months with interest 8 J I
MONEY I ir jrou tree, something: of groa at per cent per annum. AVJLL SELL: FROM A

value business aDd importance which win to brin you L ORDINANCE: NO. 13- (_ ,f HALF LOT UP TO.A BLOCK OF 4 ACRES to suit imrehi.xer. .; 1

--4 cr you in more inoney right, away than' anrthin ,.-. l : J..IXCOJ..Y IqIrI'r IS nv r 2.0 JUNUTES r4TTr L'ISI'II 'UI- SP-t11fl INKPOTM"ATf.. ,(
elM In this ..cld.} Any$>ne can do the work an AD -
live at home. Eithrr MX; 'all ares. Sometbwi tiC IT E\'TI': B Y TH. :.: TO'\"X( (', WXf'IL < 'IF ST.\m z. k LI liXl'KJiSS O* 1'ItJl'JS. CHURCHES JC UflUULa' I* .JILIJ-, ''EHY COS''IE.N1.. .

.., trill new tart that: capital just coins pottieeflat money for.This all workers.is CIne of-the W I't in mo\'u.l.f relation' to rii.tr i :,,!h t. i no tliw .li". v oi'Jiie m\:.*,' u? anv. ,1:111.11': living/ within! tn! cornoif": 'i mi's. nf.sit,1 town to hive slid The recorded plat can be seen at the Law Office of C. L. J?eek who will cheerfully show, ) *
eenuiDe.l imtaortuit ehancen of life d auuHJh K-ui'itO'i L ILL < (lit', < iiiiu's .i. s ti I lo-.vn rln.i v.'lv'. : I 1'Jj) h..tr.L:: a "i i ..ii lots, explain prices and terms to
3 tinm, These I 1C' .-rlll iavc ..i" !'i II'j 1.1 iti "* .u do vi. iiI.: tut.trsuit! prospective purchasers, lunl execute contracts ot"'i.a"\le' and
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wboareambUiouaandenterBriainfi j: : ri.itive..1 &t t:; c,X ..I' t .. ,.. ..
tfilLnotde! f p"u'I: l"0\11.-. i:: \ j.Ju:, :dd 11'IU' \\ iI I IlII u It\'h deeds. at if ,
**. 01' rtlu'es:: lo I Apply once you want choice of lots.
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Address TUCffi ail 1
CO.. reui( \e aritual. (4I; i oHPT t > li-1 Ii''d!
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Augmta, Maine. .' jie 1 ,, ((71).) or Lo iiniir.snnu' I Iot Joijjcr: tlun CALL
dks.: : tjj.! : OIDsT OR
.: ''l'pil\\"U "l.tll..I\! I < 'I'. .\. : ADDRESS
h."ilHll'J ) 'tI.1 ,
; WORKING ClASSES' ATTENTIpM .*. .\ 1',1'= : ]'.. L. SPAUKMAX; To\\ :!.C.tl'k.: -ii .
"XVe -
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are now pre '
)ared 1 to furnish all classes with eani Ilo1I1l"ht at COMER L. PEEK
home, the whole of the time, or for their spare .' .. .' 1 ,
moments. Busihww new. light and prod table. ORDINANCE NO. 11. ; 1 r
of elgher hex tt&ily earn from 50 oents STABKETLA
o to$5.00 pe r erming.! and a proportional, sum by

; .d and.oJ1nl girls; { all tb .-ir time to the buiiuSss. Hoys \X oiiniXANci( : ix ur.LTI >X T, t'A'.iiiYi.vj! : ; ; ruN'-i\hii:; : :i\vIA1''Ns.> !: a,I or RICHARD & PACE. <-
earn nearly much as men. That nil iU it 4)rol I'M: I -il lliatall '; : "< ; ... ,
who wfi this Hind their i ;3.i ( f.Jt: i.: t !4uFuiii4uiett .\ : -
may address
.i the busiuttw, we make this offer. To Mich, ant as test uiv :--1;ie.: I. I'l-di'-I links. ;,,1\\ i t.1 KII\! i ';''.. i JJ: t/ )1'i ';. ,',"*.. OJ' o.Ii-T! .:.-..-, : ... \.qhn.-; \\ i.-i j ;:: ilio ( It STARKE FLA.
hot well 1irtttrry.ig Iinn of :--lt' ;"', u- 1.:01 i If" .; ; . ,. corpnr.it inits of t(\F10j
eatisfled we will ttJirfDiie dullbr to Jju" ;:I V 01! n.ti'n II 1:1:ii i.i.Hw.IJ' : .
pay .0. : t. mi :-I.i;: f.c Ii lit'f lc.. .
for the trvuble of wr1ti :. Full partk-iilarHaud cOllct'al:1: (:>I ); 01 not 1'-1..' 'h/tii! liliv: ul.1 1 ::. v .T'li'il.i s 11.\.1 1 a 1.1 l i.w'j'i-i"l i W. I Iut fl ten .lolllirs r '

V.,,. -' ppiflt Portland.free.Main Addi'ras. G URGE SflSuN i: CO., W'Ul'UIlS.- c. pio\ed this' J:4ijii.ui.iTT; 1:1:: : .It.. -'...-,I... :-;1'\I: ;'. L\\: ':'cII\H 1't'I': i ai li.o .lb.; :> *\tio".. \,or.I1H.or,!. the! ,II'ur.)1 ila) tr.I ) iZ-- ___-_- _-_--_--___-_-_--____________________' _.__-_____.__._.________._______--iW----E.---__ _ _ -I-'

Ii. at iiome and uuAe __
l IIlOI't' ___ _
YOU 1 money at u<.ri: for im, iliaii, at all\- .
t I thineelMfiu: thin world. Capital( iot t ; r \T \ '.. [ :." '\ t ..., __
F .. _
needed _
you are I .. HexesaUat'pi. Any&'iie can do the win k. Large -L

0 earnings sure from flrht start. Costlv ow.it ami AX ('rX..X'E TO : :'j :' :1 ; \. !; ;";J :' .'. ., .'
term.'C. : i--; ..
Better del '. !: \ 1'1' -
; IX O
not Custs : ;
} :: \TIO'nltl.llla.'I'l'h"l
you nothing :\ .
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r to send i.r-1tI.uI t d.., : : ..,. ,. ... .
iu adiiiv ) ;
your and find out. if y.iia are ; :- :: "..1. ;; -":';' : u: ,II '.:d.:;., .,_ I..l.-
.' wise you wilL do go at onc Jf. HALLCTT &! Wl.o ...hall ''< *;'!',< 1. ThataU ittat! ..-. ovrr tii" .: .- ..; -: ,'I.U'j I.." I." i.--o': t., ... '. : : ORDINANCE NO.5.
: -i : 'j" ...
CO., Portland. Maln .. r.-.c' MI ;: ; \1\1 -jc/s.: "! to.vn or -
to Il'
.. r"4uiH -\ri "sjj; ill 1 I "n i "la l't'i, ,-,' ;:! .!.- f'"' "u ; ..' .1 ;.!I I" ).V. :J&i: 'It .' tirko LN
tt!; ( ll a.5-1 ORDINANCE -
rtg1tr.:: o,'1' liat.ill i i J.i-i r" .i.ii' shall! bo_ l" !-itirul j [ IN RELATION' TO COST: _
,.,4 S. J. EMPLE. tn( tiC: thrt! i''I lowing Mill! I lt'!i'u iP !j'..,::, ,'.'.j.I l-'t_ ., I. The 31.13or ana aldermen of the town of Starke in council assembled do "rdan! follows :
OathqiialiG-lull ]J.<' Ins I (Oil ad, ijl.{" HI atiii' 1. } :1' r''HI(.v >! :>ji.fi I 'r.l! six in itii-i: arid mayor to a fee of tiftv cents for case tried before him. To
: ; I' jIjtU: six ... ', t'e! touu I every be taxed as
( cost
"l 1111111.1. ; ,
:' :1.
"" t 1'rt" '( I:': : ; :!. :ariinst; the deftnuant iu of
ration. Case conviction, and
TEMPLE'S reti Clerks against the town)in chse (if acquital.!
MILLS: IeItratul)n :Me.1'h! u the iiVi'ti" miL"J' ., : feea bhc. 2.! The clerk :shall! be iutitlcd fee of
: 'tuit' I a for
: it..i ; < 1 i" :.d" nf.'j PLMti.: for 'tH.r rlLlcn., fifty cents every else tried before the mayor to be taxed ami col
D_AMANUFACTURE ....,'.- 1"-JoI'1I1 !".; iii;'n. 'VuofaotTfivuf lected ill the same manner as the mayors cost.
l'lu\clLih.Juman ] For tniscelInipous
-. \1"' / : ir. ;,. STAK.iAX: !{ 1 Town f'leik.tint J'. .\. JCNIGIIT, )Ljtor.r For for miaceUaucuus!: wiuiuijhe shall receive i0cts! per one hundred wor.N, tbe paM! out the town treasury and 25cU
I wr.ting: &uMarshals issue-ing ]j'enH'uc1( that one dollar ($t.()()) shall be collected ft8 t 'wr cost in nil cases where conviction
a follows
# : .t the same to be p.iid into the town
treasury. provided that the his
i mL'or'l1 discretion tinds that the charges hare
4 OF AtTD DEALEU INfifii j been maliciously preferred, he shall have full right and power to enforce the cos

Sawed 'Dressl't1 V"'iT_ _.. .1'. .!,.,.,.,. ". I charges by fine imprisonment of both in his discit-tiuu. against party preferring said
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J4mber of ,pvery: De <.Tipt.in! and .. : bKf. 4. All laws and salary of forty dollars! ($40)) per ruonth, to Le paid out of the town treiaury.lary. .
parts laws in conflict with
the above
ordinaire be. and the
Quality. is
same hereby
j repealed. Ap
proved this Jauuu'yl18- 7.

T-atlis' Pickets; 'Railiug-% I UiatU-tr.i; N(1'cF: :. .,t I ATTEST: It: L. SPARKJfAN, Town Clerk.! T. A. KNIGHT. Jlayor t

and F'inisliing jLumber c: "'strut: < uiLand. I h.t..1 ,:.. ltIil\; : tl1l' (';li el:" {If, St4kC; -

.. .. \ Sill S ttlIlt:'iii4 ....III I.thal.. I li.ix $ ORDINANCE NO. 6.()

Special! attention gi n'li.to i'"i: : : | lm..iet! l.m'lItlYt'I' : li8 -t r.ot H. I II II.c OIU)1N.NC4IX ItHLATIOX TO TAXING SHOWS OF EVERY BISC'WPTIOX.
". I J ,. 'wrl'J .. it' f. ',. The mayor and aldcitncn of Ih3 town of tjfarke in council assembled .*.
lug Orders with ( l.e :: t u ''tUU! fNdi \ ; Iu relation: to o on lain as folio'.vs:
Iispaiili. I" : in nLiy 1" '.r tho urpu-.l' of u-..<.. S t; lotteries gambling N'.c. That: the town council shall! have power to restrain by taxnuon: or otherwise: lotteries
Scroll 1111'! | tr.\<-. oj 1 1.4K: .... I Hi j'rtrtl'lll' a.. .: houses House of ill tame. Theatiictl fad other exhibitions and shows kind. gambling houses. '"
: WorK .i l.ini fiatttv. : '.. &:. and banking house billardsaloimg of.every Also to tax and license, bank& .
I'.V'-rv ;pl..t"-I'L'i '; :: : ; ten alleys
pin gallefies
; :: auctioneers
.. Ii. of goods and liquors .
... : vr.'jillinv'ol: t. j-'ii. .nd.tnfcoiii -. In.ckstcrs.: ped.llers.: hotels, boarding houses omnibuses hacks!
: ,
AXl ]':ui<.:,\ ItL. ir I ln-J: : "' "".j", ." J this Jauur> :'4 IW7: caniges, carts drays and wagons.: Approved .. ,:
I I .: want to itu4- co.: ..,' and i'1'1'>.i'; .is" '-"stucnt ,,;- T, .KNIGIIT.. Mayor.
Vegetable and: OrangeCRATES l loi i1i.- 'C'.I' 1VV7. ATTEST : U. L. SPAltKMAX: Town Clerk. .

t ... l l'I': >PC ;itdl\; '. [ -; 1r91iiJP ORDINANCE NO. 1 -

N.. (.'. W\i\iil:; ti'ln'. AX OIm) .
/'",. _l.v. Tax. :\a.t *_4t.I ,_I'.t\I.t! ':'i'. I .''- 1I( ) I'SlIfrOFILI.FAME. KEEPING AND )LINT.UjtNG LOTTEIUCS.[ : CANDLING OUSES.

.A SPECIALTY. Uheuinutloiii autl :\t'ur.a..ta. <:nrrU InS The mayor and ahk-rtMiu of the Iowa of Starke in council assembled iloordtin follows

:& Ownersofpro.- tj.c. 1. .\11ner"ou. :jr who shall! as :
Dnj>I. persons maintain
t- or keep
j jfrtuiatle lotteries

: ::: :ALSO FOR sALE The Indiana: lioiuual (('.I have:
cred..H c
.' marvelous iHpn'Sty' th- cineof. !::11"11. ise.M. premSEC.: 2. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with the above rrdiuaiuv be a-id"ihu ri.tyur.

I ": II O' .0.I O.' lItuti..m mlli' ('UI"III.l"; i\'.: UtlaIl'l'to'IJIt ; Approved this January 1887. same is hereby repealed. s.UKlJliAiUJi
T. \.
.. Efqpm'ACRES: ) \' : I)' }ttni corin. -..'"lIf ('U'I 1 1I -' . B _..-\ __ : R L. Sp.\nK IAX_ Tow- CI..rl- KNIGHT Major.TTIST .
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17 ilimmatory { S- ": "a> ( ; .. fo }
Hh'UIU.II,1I and \1.11:11..: t '" L' f" Ns'
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11 '
; in "J I D.\13, tuid I t toiv- I i-i.Du-duti: '-. /' : I AN .
; : r-iicluonlc < :0"7'0" } ." ORDINANCE IX RELATION TO ;
I ''. .. ... .. GAMBLING. -
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OK hJ t'a-q, and tlj\:-.:ei a''V;>ei-dy *(;'in : -. -. '" : ;-.- ':. '''' ,. "=-" ; f ,. =\ The maor and aldTmin of the town of Siarke;! in (Junll. assembled >,
: I oplun
'r- -
; Al'r."t and as follows .
2 r. ,,\ :: ;: Be il ordaltud that all found :
On H-OfiJ of ., .\ pailies gambling within the .
0 )
fw. limits
toj's. j : of tl'rlfriltlOn
jy l"11 : ... .... Ii e !':i t of :Starke
'J) : brought l before the ; | : shall: bt- arrested and
I ., and if found !
Suitable for Orange (irov'H- in Lott tt1l1U3. \c will .ciul! touiy .i'Mrf! ;s ii! < '.hl. ." : :, :1 1OIt: g C major guilly shall! IKJ :Sued not less: l.. m five dollars (:?.>)
j. lil .1! i .' .f ', !t I' I tll I.:. lais IJ) 'Ir be l.olh so nned arid imprisoned, at the discretion of the more than fifteen dol-
uf lo oercsaiid nit. ns may be, wUltC'll veeti1t for this \\ 011\krfl11 coinji'i'indiiicli ; ,, ..: ::1.,1'. : t \ I > :L' t i- I Jar : P.iil'i : I.I! .VIIKST; It. L. ,P.IUOJ.Tun Clerk maJor.pprcn'l'll this January 24 18:57.::
Xov I-ly. \\ ft1 n I Ii tv lillt1 J lay IIHI.K- .. ; I' f A. KNIG11T; JII..p.
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.II..L\I: : I ) ? :#! OI"DIN.f\.NCE
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1 "' .l : ).1 > II. . NO. 9.!} .
: gist Ht'MllIlH 1 ('tOst.V takl' I Ill's nu'.i"-; (::1 1 ..t-ii.:!I : f- .'! : . 1'.1. v : i l v. I ,
it'i I.llth..v t I AN ORDINANCE
: TO
PATENTS'FRNKLIN gLviii isvoviTy: ; the p.iii'.jo; : in ,&-.. : of I I' : I I j i I : COLLECTABLE BY THE
So. IJIIltill; it out as"; ri p.iltni I iiivdli: i ill.-, II 1"t"'II IHK. do!''".} I iI1.!: I t. /I 1 I ::
S p I)Cjflg in(i-h le'' $ \.xi".u-H.I ... Wt' wll;' -- -- -- .- -. -_. .- ..- -.. _, ._ I Wit.License) to pay tax She. 1. That immediately! after the passage of this ordinance the folUwiu-.: H< follows
gladly it --. i subject to a corpora lUll license to the amount! occUpt1tl and professions! shall be
rl'fllwlIlItIlH'.r 1':iiisJatlion iWII : equal levI\'I.I by the :SUte on said
H. HOUGH from the lime ot out umil oicup.ttions Said licenses
giveu. taking the first October: : to data
'. : Tin. IM>! \N.\ ClIOlie\T.: :;< ('<>.. f: \:. To wit t: following, and no licence shall be l*uec* for less thiitJ/ one month. -

Solicitor of merjcan and+nrign j Cra ..nh"mc: I: .J. Largos!: look; Sian::; ou J II If iI' lli.tels'a or 4. Botrding a. Houses.. of.. 30 Boarders $. ) 00 -
Fl'h.' ,1. &)..-1\ l .. .. 25 to .)0" :... -

.5, Patents. _......._,....._.__.. ,..,......, _..'u__,........_..._... ......_ .". .. II 15 to 25; II $12.50$ ".00
I ft 'J"*. STBKHT N.V.. :SOTICK (OF} : .4 'I IS to 10 to 15 to ;
: $10.00
: .
Jtau-U. 8. l.\sa.VMXC: : I. ,I IIs LIORA.C-F I' t t. I.
Patent ;
Office. WASIIINUTOV. 5 to 10 to
n C ;" BREW $ ,).OO
Pemon&l attenUon gIven to the.pl't'llII.tatillll! and CorsT"l'ul"/TIa.\vt.vtD: O>i'sr\. !.I.111.\: of sealing ten or mere
|rowcuUon of applications for Lei \\11.'I..iL,, .... $1 .50
$ AUbm4o. leu- 1'uu-ut. ; Henry W 1 pn i .ni. _\.lmhi: :, il",' Public fating saloons or Restaurants l
befont the U. S .
"' Talent Offlev at o'f the "hilt'' of fi.V.. i- .
]I'cr-.uI.| .1.1s..I. I '
- tended to for' moderate foes. XVhfii talfjit IK oftillIJ\\llIlIty. )ha'.in,; 1111-<1 in iuofiUv! <.1!1' i lit t-.- :rand; : M;i v'isj- I jAv nJI'; : ; r, attomodating liiilianl; less than tin persons ) $ :!.50 -
Craated.sdrawlaaofyour Tables
I invention u iu> claims. (.Viiiiity Jute. tlf Kaid each
United roununaeftod adra 8 will be publihhe.l intb :ii\iof the ansUht'll'}' l''UIIIYTitltu ofsaij '....Iall.. Nul.-u.lt:4-: .<, i-: JACKSONVILS; : : Pool Tables each $ t. Q
BtaUM P tnt Offlc* Gazette a of hl"l.t.'t'U. to all na\iu : FI.A. $ ..50
immeuM patter jifrtoiis claims! i .t'.I" > : Howling Alleys each .
... .. etrcul ton,' and the only UAturf \\Iu.t.wer aint sai
paper that a srjre t>> m"! lit.&ITIA .'. $ ..50
.... publUbog thla fre. $ llll'\ iluth"lHil'UIt.,1. ill til.. ji1.l : Spirituous}Liquors
f f lit. WHOLESALE
f CT"No Agency In the tTnftxl States p"M<.eK Mt'S I ("tnuitJiiii t'. of said louutt:. (III'-or' I-at'-if; : : tin i :. ; AND I RETAIL MalL and Vinous LI'luoj' $150.00;: )

: :1eu facilJtlen' for obtaining patent*, or UM-er- 11th day or Julf .\. I>. INS?;. athioh time .t )'PH- 11 ijij;;:, Shooting! Galleries $131.00 .
'. patonwbUlty of IlAtt'lltR. r.ila |uy lut-nt will b.' i.uiiulo\ viflilois J-MIKU-, RATIOS: ; :::: Y. 1'\i'j'i; :. : : ;ri- 750;;?
Copies of < T.A: ; : GalleriesSkating'llinks
4 AX1
p.1etZsTurnIaheJ ,
S5 cent It> the rANUY
8; t'IH'h. same 8.) lar as tlu*nsst Ls; vs ill et&ui .i-.o' GOODS
UQrreIIpQMI eIc Inrittid. 'he s.ii.1 adm'uj"lr.ttol' \\ilNi.i.ii ... .dlIJw I I ,.. :; .. ; Dealers $ 7.50
!! It' .li- l.u ,1 L i :c ''Iok.:. X"" I. ., .. s
.-. \y tllH my iianu-as On:ntj .1 udge, ;f S.IK:',:"'j/f'piic.j: Ilt i t ijaja.:,,', ..< j i-: .:. :.i--. .. :I:! i\'r." :i,'.li r !..l. \.l.." ;'/11I a.. pa li.wll: and Sewing machine-agents: !or each coqfll\n.r> c 'LOOlitstaiirants.cnpable
Ct'uut3' IliihtluM'id.iN! t.t.htnuary. A I). i NC'7.; aul I (" :.4)t; : j" 1 "lIlv'e t :,> ill represented
l I -Lti&r, ., P\"l'j'\. .Il'PlI'IUWlit.. Land ;
luu \ d "'11 I : ; )1t.'I'l'ualll 1 Agents s.oo
STARKE J. "Ii ti. .
LIVERY it. KK'UAiin 1 i ic-;
STABLES Jan. .lrd"r"'liI"i : ; .: ; a.a 10'.1..1.al: _\- X"rLill'rli An ..tuctionAuctioneers
ir 15. Cm. Coui.ty: Ji-rfo. !i J1.I\ .. .. .., ) :d r.lIrate\! 'itv.. All eersLnery for sale of land $12.50
:I. : :
AND ,_ I '\C'/\L.II, : ue.v,, wt-'d: I i.1 y .t..L "I t 1 1\-1: : I ; I: \ I.L < UJ I !I- andfeed Livery and feed stables where $;).00
:! ilH'l'ldi : < ; ami two or horses
1- .
: 1. :> \ .
j ju 4". l.\IC.t i IIOhan. stablesShows are
.: EEEI) AND SAIK STAItLis. U. D. MINER ill ).i iti.., 1'10111 z Iit rlu .. 11.i\:: : ; : {'.\I'-\I; : \-.1-: : :, < ; IAVFS, "ull kept for feed or hire or sale l
ai "i : i'lI, .
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\'IU Ill'u' IIJ.\tW lllI let1..Z."' tj! ,-i(1.1:4 1 4Z11II. 101 ; .I' j it.",, *' ll,hw Ltd >'' l'ial, ter'At Livery and fe.l stable* where more than five and not more than & $7 50

'i. 'a _- .a ;-... 'lll !ltUo''' U'U are kept tor hue sale or feed ,

)1. :A ..AN" "' -> .i 0",", "' ::"" I :::aoraoe And two dollars ((2)) for each additional five horses or mules f' $1000 a
': : 1-
1: 3..W': ''' .I'_J :. J D3-8\7\T:7: CIRCUSES $ .;'jfJ
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:: : ::::- : '-'.._ 1 '.< iiS'JN'VlLLK; : FLA.witl. exhibitions minBtrels. Shows. Minstrels and Exhibitions .$:)().It.I! a

D -V -- ic. Variety shows in which Females act as waitresses, for each $.1.00 .

: t --' -' ---... ..... .-.-,... --- Proviclet that Iot'ul performances and ehjbjtuus performance '510.00 ___

} :, .t.\ } i"\1'r"1...; V ,... ..!ro..b.';;7'".}..:..',: r T' 1i1' '1 t..6 RO"it.T' Pedlen, ic Petlll'rs or Hawkels on foot for. cbrtIable I purpo..cs. be and lire hl'raby exempted. -

--"" -- ... """ -"Ne- t*,. Pedltrs or HawKeis: a vehicle ::.1.00
!.- the: most fomj.Iete -softihi; Bankers and Banking Firms $10.()X)
it: of late :'fS'It..s in Brokers
w'i. j ;3Oot()

... .;; -... i--3T] "*""-. ? :: WACIIy1A-K FIXE 13fl'SXI) Saving Banks *O.Of()
E .
? R ) Dealers in -
S ,** .. = SHOES, FOR Exchange *'vl>.) '4
Flrst- ""-8 tournouts fllll$' License
bt\ura day or night.'C.. '. j I theXoHrlVar'sTlSADi:. (: rrat llargains in cnrts. for; SEC. 2. Any: person or persons! owning Orcontrolling any cirts. rii' .,,c, *,''.00
lo'oo (:
t Ttnns Reasonable \n1ur.I to haul for hire! any goods, lumber. furniture lUs or I '." (:;irLS
Give i U1I1\\ IIr other iy
I trial. OlP.::4 9ft. attention .1 j! No &c. .hal: be to first articles within ,, "V1 Cawing th- samoraos
pi\en to 1 Fiutv; I'ru-os. required : procure a license from incoq.\.t 'limit..
ANDREWS & AI.V.\ mz.httkl' repairing Waul Only the town clerk till totrIf
O Ofccls and Jewelry, Ac., ; FiI'\t.Class: ( and sai 1 s *fke.
.rc. All *01 k .ion JooN.: !such license a tn: tag with the number of his } clerk sh' n furnish to
:\ P1". at reasonable p of ll.i: Wing
aud i'ace juirt n REC.J.: : The license tax under this ordinance tartshall be attached to
shall such
I "ar. 1 ss -U" tax, be as followl to 'yit Chicle.
Auguzt1i.1St :

TONTUAWIlEnitYGUOWKRS: : A. L. VoN1IRN Vehicle 4. drawn.1 by II one animal I . . .. . . .

|:irue Trilby HUtmly Jt)Davis of' have thn jut-t CL'LEIJllATEU: recvivtnl a Art ('raze.The THE .to 4 I II. two three "" ...... .........."."."....... ........ .,... .'J.v.*. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .$10.00 00
VIHOINU VENTILATED IIKKUY 14 art Wori1nu, BOOT AND SHOE to four . .. .. . .. ... v
UATKS AND 8rA .\1tl) QUA HI as the 1 ruqch Craze,'' amons for uecoratmir L3ies it k thina. HOUSESTARKE. FLA. Sfcf. 4. \llluwJ and parts of laws in conflict ". .. ." . I .. ... .... .$15.00
with '
S.. .. 1IASKETS.""'rlt price*. xyhicbtbey will icll utjob- gl anti
popular MW.ork.Boston ---------- _--' 4. ATTEST: I{. L. T .\.
J' and 01 i her ---- --
; t-uies. TO ladies ta wn. ) ); ---- -. Town }Iay
S. dehj-ins to ten th Trrtwf M. L-En ;,erhvh. tlerk. r.

.()/ L. KEENE niches willMnJ,) lianJoiuelv an elegant ttn-o-atcti chi e pi&ouu9 3lr tetxe lk W. A. Dellof ). .
Millinery Dress Goods Mgng together as>orted with \box in tlvtters.of material.auuu 100 .Ioxed a tlt -ij. J3e.Y ''I-l ori ORDINANCE NO. ]io.Hitching

KCloV ccapeti etc. voiiirlut with-I c.-l .jJ) fl ; .tlaHENRY 1
I tfOTlONK. PA1AML! : UJKIII receipt of onlj SHU.is Tj -tlufl. \.X ORDINANCE A
worth than A. L'ENtJLe IX RELATION TO
Silk ir 01 c the anio&j tanager.
Umbrellas Zvphyrsand all kindsof every laly ordering this outfit V/ N. BAKER:: Cas h The! mayor and nldern-ieu of the town o TIEING.HOnSE.S AND OTHEH.XDLLS. :
material for address of tin other ladieamatteix h orSf! .._. ta councIl assembled
& no shall he (1.}
':1 .1 person ofll.liD
to hom cio: es &c. oo permitted to bitch 1\1 follows:
\\ -
e canpueofAitGo
or tic
f. .w t&ttah) YflAtLfl: .k'L or In other anv horse
-.z'Clll.CY TJTorlk. .. without chartre. a le.ii an. fine lor same persons so offending l shall be fined Wlthlny caAt any tree or fenceS
-intei $5.00 wag.'0 r "ther
Vrrompt attention to orders.6'J or vehicle. .
unpnsont \ '
cretion of the : daJi flY
((5) or
\\st fc a>' $t. Cor. Laura T1JK EMIT mayrr. Approved this January 24 18S7. 'hiln be ..t) till li uOll imprisoned
Jan. U&a-: OU J4l-KS<>Nv1L1E. -'L.L I.rl'tI"'f g ::vnvEi. VOI.LECTIOXJ ATTEST: R. L. SPARKMAN I'r T. in Jb:
S use, N S :; Town Clerk. I \. KN1GI1T, aJor.


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Jones Jk'C VaveXiiidved -
; theifofflc the county exhibits and tint each conrlyl PflOFESSIONAL.'CARDS. -' '.;RztT ; ( I
$tarIFUBLIsflED ;: since the fireTo the; on1j- the committee elect one, of their number asa ,,. ? : q- --..: t : ;.- :i.'.%: -:

Brick building over B. H, Jones' st.e member of general "Advwory Council." to ji fiirr; wsu jo' 4 *

.f WEEKLY AT > where they will see all their old friends' who shall represent the Interests of the -

: KZ-, BRAUFOBD COUNTY. FLORIDA.L .- We are under obligation to Mrs. Win and customers'and all acebnnt ,Dowduetare exhibitors culive officers in their of the relations with the ext- A TTORNEY-A T-LA W &" irO tr LOi2X.

c. WEBU.: sor, of Kingslry Luke for ilitchdl Daily expected to be settled at once. meet of the Exposition.Exposition ThU! committee- : '
Editor and Proprietor. papers. -I- B. Haynea, tax collector, will noSv lie At a public rsceting; very tagelv atten .- -I

U s- found up Btalrs over B. II. Jones' store. dod by the principal, citizea ot Jacksonville STAKKK, URADFOKD COCXTY.ABSTIIACTop Fz.nnD.t I alace bry
May Our ariicle
k Starke, t on Starke will! be omitted representatives of vthe various transportation

.:- this week, but will come in all rightlfextweek. There has Iwen about |7'j subscriheil companies, and .representative tate law ; TITLE aid Rial Es .
a Specialty.
GIVSJTA BOOH. toward the erection a bath house at citizens from other town and cities of -. .
Abstracts furnished '
_._ ._ Honda showing ever} Difil.
4 a committee of fifteen
>JIr. Wnnloii 8. Wehb U a most indefcttgabie 3Ir. John Dohin 11 :\\ s in the cftyone jlay Crosby the- Lake, by our enterprising citizens po nted to mature plans for the estahllah-was ap- Mortgage, Lien Tax Sale Judgment. Attachment. :! : ., -
lumber iLnil l all
wi 1 be hauled on tne matterif I'uMir o- _ae
( worker fur Florida; he 1m %been tin.* w< ck. .- 4 ground now present thU prospectus to the public. Record i file iffftcting* Tit'.e* 5f lit-al Estate -. -I 2?
early next Meek let '
every one Preliminary plans and estimates for -o-s---- 1
build- -
[ identified with the-Stale ever since its Bummer has surely conic, white dresses h !rJhi: 'mite in this, don't be afraid, itIs ings are under preparation, to be submit date in of Brad ford county. FIori"tfit up to ; ; j.w

[ joOr>egan, nnd knows every nook :in.l ted for Abstract.Headquarters I ._ -
] and spring hats are the *nre4o; be a success and Starke at last consideration when the company _

I Corner of Its broad territory; h
I otnUs to put in n good word f fur Fl.! rLl.i All tied crops are lowkiii well considering cue of the greatest benefit that the same stock. is the subscription of the Capital representing the Liverpool The
whatever part of the world he h the lite: spring.Uradfords amount of Exposition should open early Globe Co. O:.
[ |n ippcns money could possibly be, the next winter and no time is to be lost. _

| M find himself. The value to the State of ndvcitiMiig committee held a matter is in the hands of live and go We l believe. and are fortified" ia this ; ., .. _

friend like this is almost incalculable.jleU meeting on ednesd.iy afternoon! ah.admen and is dead certainty.If belief by time expressed conviction of many fliI(2: 1C 1 A "V 1 IS Lc4EflUnei'# '
Wh7f (
( ooc .
now engaged in of our most prominent and conservative
; perficting arrange"18
(.alt II. F. 1'urji .wa in the city, on our city fathers would enforce the business men. thaVon the plan prtpt&-d .

for sending out iilo; every Wednesday last, enrrite to Luke Butler sidewalk ordinance or at least to a- certain the stock of this company will pay fair F. J. FiELD; GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS, BOOT$ .AR13 SHOES- .-

rtof the country his rolling txhihilioii."Florida extent, where the walks are bad or dividend The value ot' the Exposition -1
I lioi.s i a nip I into Geoi gin AND FINE CLOTHING.
to this State all Florida -
AVhcels, tho nature and no walks at all, for instance from Motifs amy! to interests I D
I la and !
now Jttlut peruwn# ty! !in Siar'e! U n
jcopc of which have already' become fajnHiir Several ol f St.nke'a lair f-ox are busy as blak hiUh shop, on Call street to Mr. cannot well b overestimated. It will attract to do fcay l-ii lcwt as visitors thousandu who Paper butt JtrfeCl draft
many liacring. Ctin.mi.je ;
the columns bees i i to to Tallahassee) fora Livingston's house the south side TTi:7Tj4ir :
through of the JackoBTlllc prc-juiing go on of would not otherwise cc.me, especially as warranted. Good vt ork. and siti-faction g.'aratiteed.

press. Tins iu a hundred differ- few di\s l bcf<)ic the Lcgishiture adjourns. t1l e street, there is no walk where the under the provisions of .the Inter-State Charge modi-rale... rsi.tes 41.10. Vc' .k done
tha day tract.
_._,_ -i .trj or c
t.DtWYS" is worthy the support of urilttoens Theft' are ecfl oi'cight j.u from Kiug&Jeypummoiu'ii walk oufchtto beitis; grown up iu berries Commerce Act all ISe railway lines can

and yet we lei this without the make special excursion rates for visitors
and business on
men but in the particular to Barlow on- Monday next U go to "Expositions.." Every visitor to this Bradford Lo4ie Soc -14 I*, and '
of constituting least thought, giving a great deal of t A. ?l. K-e'l ir C'.niiiHiiik-ations lhrnl CAKDELL'
an advance courier the trial ts( Mrs, Flori-nce Xcwcustle.Phiinsatunow trouble l those Exposition will have the resources, attractions (ii Saturdays in each tutintli.I : !
and advertising car for the Sub-Tropical) o whcf are obliged I to travel and productions of all parts of JOHN llu.i.. I... \V. KILKUTER.SecreUrv. .

Exposition, il will be worth thousands of getting ripe very fast this street,Jby compelling them to crow Florida displayed before him, and will \\. Jt. l ... .: '?

the State. Mr. aiid-areseUirfgiit o cetijsa quart The the roaiV In the mud anti water, or wade have greater inducements than could Lake View I.udze \<> 63 of I\ & \. 71. 7 ,raotic ,
to Webb is
dollars no ia Hue will be Feetito peaCties. when it ia wet, ti say nothing of the otherwise be presented for him to. travel Regular ill-prints svoiid :m-l -fourth

risionary schemer, but an cxpeiicncej, rcxl mortification it y to men of pride who through the State and invent or make hit Saturday of e.ie nionti! 2 o'elo-k! .

practical business man of undoubted iulepitr. The Presbyterian Chuith has received have the interests of the at heart. home among us. The subscription list is F. SniF'icurti::;, Cit.>T.-I: Xorfrurp, Tin
city now open, and we offer the shares to the Weeretary. W. XIa.- f>r. -
and what undertakes he carries its windows and doors, it is nialy plastered Now, gentlemen let us have the walk public with the hope that all will be rap :- ;

Outand that, too. thoroughly and conjcienciously. and stained inside, and is nearly built there Is no one owning any of this idly taken. If you cannot afford more, IMP' !). OlIDWt OF RE! !) ilKX: -. trIoFlIIAvINrocATEr '

The Morning Xcws is nsbured completed. o property who i in not able to build or at take at least one share. Let us have jour OSCKOI.A Tinr.;: Ni 1. FL\.-C *uncil ) u -ickbuiit.I"g! f.srnir1y ciipied by C ;

of the value ot this new enterprise least have ditt walk thrown subscriptions, large or small, with delay. Fires kindled t'acluednet1ay's 'Mup, tirkc mint i itenS: mit tIu town unit SUt -
and trusts that Jacksonville The excursion to Jacksonville and up. Send them to J. M Schhumacher, Pre- at their Wigwam. Starke, Fla. E.'vmuiami.. I rcSi't't tf d v o'.itit %vp1k-lmf; (-S la-lCY4Z.- tsdlnf ( nt.cli.aid .. % -
bis wt-iati
CI will .U .ek -
Pablo Beach in dent Firt Nation Bank Jacksonville. Fla. i-ounting county.
was a success every sense 'I'raiisi-1i'7 Brothers cordially invited to %
lend him every aid in its powjr, for it will mselves COL. J. E. HART Chairman, attend. J. O. HYXKS Leaders :i speia1ty. : .T 4 ;1;
word all
tftlIO enjoyed arriving THE FLORIDA Vice-president Jacksonville Board of Trade.F. AILO1tURS PROMPTLY( 1'ILLED. ** >
btbread upon the waters which will re- home oufl2 o'clock. B. PAPY. ,. Saihom.WlI.IIAM 1jfa .

after many days-and not Gen. Traffic Manager F. U. & N.Co., Jacksonville L\KH. -C IcFERRY'S
tarn very many 5b :
-Tropical Exposition Company. O
TimeVoman's Christian Temperance Fla. Chief of Itcvord*. TATE POWELL N. D.t \ T
Union will afternoon SEEDS
meat next Thursday g-
Manager Fla. Southern Railway Co., Palatka, .Mac LtLs : Aftei art experience if | \i-nty years ia .
at 4 o'clock at" the icsidt-nce of Miss Fla. b' O. O. I'. :,t."t4 eiery Ki-i the practice lit his proiVaci1" ha no IMMtancy 1curr dEmjb2 A I
101theSubTrupical Exposition.STIRKI *
Florida McAfee. TO BE INCORPORATED t\DEU A. B. MASON, iliyiu:.tali. ht''lia'-.ii.-i at!.'p.d 4i'ther I sn-s in.iu.uiisin? the t t>t, ana mt i.i;

:, FI.A. May 1, 1887.'The T1IKL.AWSOF FLORIDA. Vice-PirfidentJ.T.&K.W. R'y. Co., Seville, .o crsiia!'. ttt t-t titte.t.L. scientific treatment U> I. lj.e a-king hi i :
Mi4 W. ij:. iMvis anti .son Jackson, Fla. C. Ilrr.. I.. -.Ti7f.susa ,. set-VieCS. I .

committee on ways and means to left 01r Tuovliy for a visit to her old IV. M. DAVIDSON Secrete i-v. Ni.nkljrand.. Calls to the ctumtiy i pion-ptly: attended. \ .5 4 X4n4: .

'Arrange for advertising with Mr. W. S.Webb's home in New York State ie.ivhu Mr. PROSPECTUS.ORGANIZATION. Gen. Traffic Agent S., F. & W. R'y Co., Jacksonville Diseases of femaleami ejijremi j i .1 >ptviiliOCiie

exposition car, in the Times-Un Davis an orphan for the summer. Fla. I V. wtftb.&a.4 I' :
ion trade edition for 1888 and to get up an J. E. INGRAIL AM. : it City Druir Sore, rr at his 7. A- I pREgtQ1au 7

Our roidinn Kpaco is crowded for a President S. F. R. Sanford iTMilince I li-.t St-uke. ._,_ svvat.sad 1, .
R. Co.
Sub Fla.
exhibit for the Tropical exposition to ; .
stock, be 1 t.i.ma'a
Capital prosposed, $100,000; .., -
couple ot weeks on a-count of the city J. R. CAMPBELL .

be held in Jacksonville next winter, met ordinxnoes, thinking tim it time public jug 10,000 shares of $10 each, to be full Proprietor St. James Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.W. *lthoo-4&ig*. -

.is o'clock p. m. J. M. Truby. Chairman, would bo interested ia them; wo give up T. FORBES. THE RICHEST HUMOROUS BOOK h.al.e j -
paid.The OF I per.
Dr. Tute Powell, M. L. McKinncy andT.A. .
our spaee for them. company may be organized when of W. T.Forbes Jt Co. Real Estate, Jacksonville.Fla. W. 11a1

Knight, present, J. M. Truly was 6,000 shares shall have been subscribed. '-;:-. THE ACKISSamaniha SUM.. It.I.Z.Ao M -3
chairman We had .1 very plei-taut call on Friday F. H. ORVIS, : ". .Addict*
elected permanent ana T. A. ..
Application will be made to the Legislature at Saratoga!
& .
Proprietor Windsor Hotel Jackion\iuV. Fla.M.
from Mr. J. Crawshaw f'-.> ,
in Lawtoy.
Knight -the object of the meetJjj .
secretary Michr :
session for char -
(nowjiu ) a special J. DOYLE, by Josiali AI'oii'sYift% MiH"i.!. f'
: Crawhhaw: is a 500-1 sound
ws? then slated by the chairman, a Florida tanner and fruit practical and ter, limiting the liability of each stockholder Merchant. Sanford, Fla.D __ l.Y >\>vnl all I s.f I.i-i i-H: in uiui : tlu* \\Iiiil I _a-ts.-n.- -----S a :_ -

notion was made by M. L. McKinncy grower erelong to the amount oT his stock.OFFICFrts. GREENLEAF, ; f' OK iiiiux anil lakinil: it. foliii-. tlirLtI At yr .ts!!. r f.th'JVBH*Xwaia' 93Caatiaa altos. -

that a committee of two from each \\e hope to have the pleasure ol of D. Greenletf & Co., Jacksonvil'e, Fla.JOHN ( ;.- 44\. j. I ii sims, is.v-recud: src'iIrr.! d. g.. in I N ni" n.-"tr rrcoBiKuttKi. lulenorix -- -':.
predoct .. ..: ;n q.t.r t > i ir!w.I 1:rirrr i> iCc. ThIS I*iiiti.waialtitaLUiiWbiChO*
visiting his l>eaii'i'ul! ro-e. T. GRAVES, .
her iulr.iit.if! inirth--rtivi; Vnir sine.! Tin.iO' o- -
in the county be appointed to se- A board of fifteen Directors, to be elected m.rl..t-ftv a't.smpUiij so -
Editor Florida Herald Jacksonville. TKi.J. Ji i-riJ vrrsKt.Y I ii.i.i>Ti\TKi) l lsy Ori'l.K. k.wietts Ir.t;r t ry -
The young PCiIeOftliC city i l>ul 14.sEi t ,-r*i> .1 I.4.U 1-f th.4 5riginsL -
ire the money neccessary for the advertising propose annually by the shareholders; a president J. DAXIKL, -- J'L Mn-K-lil .MU-tl I aiM-t i (if I'lTK \l-ill I It'tl !! Kftnl rLi.l-c-. .l
and to urge upon- the citizens to to have a basket picnic to.lay on Kingsley and three vice-presidents, to be of Fleming & Daniel. Pn-s. Ja k o-ivile! P.iarl 4 -- c't 4-':!.' ; ? -: S..

hake the proper exhibits at the exposidea Lake, they could find uo better place elected annual! by the board of Directors of Trade. Jackson ills FluJAMES'M. -_ e.4 '.._ .-:.' -- -S.. __ 1N'i.t '' \ NtiL; ; : .. 2iI4e 7 -. -
sfcnuMACrfE ?. I I li) linos' 'riit.-.J-j.UaYiii'iri.. CCmr, cLr' -
than 01. the shores of grand old V : : I j js .
' which was agreed to and the chair- Kingsley fiom amoiing lhemclvts! ; ittaha. 7 .#_1 .
Prei" First National Batik of Florida, Ir.'s. J. II
the most beautiful of Luki s. I *;- --1' .a .' Iu:r..n,
: an appointed W. T. Weeks and \jr. A. A Ii red.ir-Gemieral, secretary treasurer & A. R. R. Co., JaaLs
li. Powell from Providence. Joseph We ale vciy much cticuuivgcd by the ami such subordinate ollicers tf) be appointed JAMES H. PA INK. */ & .. ; r- L?* VXA\t-J* ''A-c*"*p U,LKHJtitttuVf i..;,se,. A I'OHL i.n.*I,<*>lt5 -

fownscnd and U. A. Ltirnt from Palesjiae. way people are taking hold of the Telegraph by the board of directors as they Real Estate.R.Jacksonville, FU.FHAXK .* f IB -. I! W''' "'Va- r.t.tsswI. i.vti tnucyoulifcs ,.fe''..tab -. I'Vlt -

L. B. Rhodes and II. F. York from OSBORXE. I k -? hit aPj ci -.
11 t.
its kind i
under new rninagetncnt: may sec Agent Southern Express Co.. Jacksonville. Fla. I f 1 Trfrnrao" -. -

lake Butler. E. P. Ward and \Vm. F. words arc always appreciated by a printer 1TKPOSKS. JAMES M, FAIRL1R, Actin-Kec'y. -.--- :. : i feftHfS :- % J.Keas'09 .

| JWphurs from Pine Hill. J. W. SutlonIJodJohnC. and never forgotten. To establish! at Jackson ville, Florida, an Secretary Jacksonville Board of Trade. 144dt4: '. Lc.t,1..aTit.I I 2 5r" V. -.P X 4'lJuo.Ina

Gnncr fn m Cross Roads. Exposition of -Tiopicol! and Tropical C'-j.u ultte-*. i-t .. -: -. -.-- I... iJF.nY' 4 r st S IA.OII U ..
The finest ice crcuinQhal! ha ever been Jacksonville Fin., April 1887. 'c ,., L. .;!; 7
1G. Hill and V. J. Shipman from LawV. : products mid resources, embracing in its % 7i5sHfeffl'Siax. ?
n.ade in Stai kc can be fou-.d Jit U.c parlors IIA31PTOX GLEANINGS.: c-0 ; a -
J. M. Truby and T. A. Knight from scope the entire State of Florid: and including AbEL3tcy ; v4fe& .
of Mr. J. Q. Adam's, he knows just &
Starke. On motion it wa' ordered. that the exhibits fiom the West Liidjt s mint! This po'.vO'-r i"-\ erario><. A marvesof 1--- Osr' s- -- '- ft -i;, .:.ri-rq'tstnttt7 'Ir
how to nii'ke it to suit the most fanciful Refreshing ahowern this wetlc. --tfiiirt'uul! holajoinrno-*. -IiC: .. :: !; : : .-' -.-'s. -r .. r- .... 5.:. ai y.i-....t '-- f.-.rV I,, I b. '
committee as above stated should meet in Ualunias, also, if practical, from Mexico Crops have begun tfrowinir as the purity, \v . 't-' .-. ..i .e-w.s.
I Constantly on hand. More ei-<"%.'>u>i'Ml tluiu! tst! on'iniry Tea- 1 I E.%,:-'
i [.like Butler on Saturday 2M May at 10c'clock and Central and South America; I the Exposition weather gets warmer. kinds, :tui. i-Mti.or !t-.j .>t,' .I t I iii '-'>uip.tiL 10:1 .FANCY. GrcIricj ts1Lt::: .--. :.. 1.. ., -'. _t 12 is.4m: ):LIr., -

,; a. m. on motion 'twas ordered Our worthy' citizeii1MariouJulius with to be held anmully. commencing Mr. O. W. Pearce, ofournewb iiiiessfirm with the if ti It i. irii- of !It' >' t--< .- onwei S '-. !tJ'C '. .. .
IVaree A Blanton, hi.t \\tf?>\ n : _
.. -. \ .-- ; j .
lst. "-i I' h i r- : ..
: t. the proceedings of this meeting bo some of his p irticular fi leiuls makes frequent with the win'.er ot l 1tS7-S. Jacksonville this week lay.njr in iitv i' 1
Solo ouiv in s-jm-t.: 1C"- > ui J.t -
shed in the Starke Telegraph. Then excuisinus to the near lakes with It is hoped that the first season may goods. 'l'hese Mitleii"ii hive, h-d ll tim der Co.." i I:1: !-*, .. > V. ; o.I:1 ) ; i. : '
store building in mii'-t- ,
adjourned, subject to call oft i his rod and tackle, we think from the prove so successful ns to warrant such shape new this \veek, which painted help.stoadoinour up April 17. '(- >. I ontj. / r*p f iir* r" i j C !** .# n., I _ -- --, .- Harv

I 1 \ k : x.i> u. > >
chairman, frequency of t ese excursions, friend regular annual enlargement and improvement nice littlo village- I

J. M. Truby Chairman.' Marion -mu t have good luck. as will atti-ict t : annually: increasing Mr. W. B. Haynes and vifeofGtiiies- .iu.-t- i:;.; .>:ivj:i k t -.r.- ; WCI.
yule have been spending the week wit ,

T. A. Knight, Secretary. Q'lito u number of our citizens :attended multitude- this State. their homo folkV3 -*. 7. sTAur. ;:. ---- -r :.' =itu.u : -

\ not liivo-iuy quantity of strawb ; SCS -
the M. E. Conference at Mel rose last LOCATION. ; 'i i iiO 'i/.ln'N' i.ukrt: p.'ifi p.;: '. J"ii I. 1 -.1
nies fife of i-i'-> it does
Died, :To be on ample gioundi and within buildings rg.m s mit ray A THE ONLY Tins .
week s'liiong! \\hoiu were Hev. W. J5.Iliehirdsoii to ship nor mnro thu >*TM n.Mr. < *< 'l!t.-V I'r'idu-o. f ,

Of- heart disease on lat Sunday afternoon X. J. Jones, Mrs. Richard, erected by the company specialty for Fr.uik Mit.-hol! '! an riii'v, of Ct- ---- ---- / I .

I .bilecngaged iu his profession (carpenter) this j-utposp. within the city of Jacksonville dar Kev. Mine up tin* Iir>.t ot" ilii .v rand < cOpcL! EXTRACT I : IRONTONIC
Miss Belle Richtid and o'hers. '
spout; a whih vii! r.jla'Sv- -it tlii- I-: .i/i'-i-ir e-.rr.T I 1- >-K\-y .K i'i--j t "Tvr5

tfMiddleburg. Fla., cmr esteemed fellow- j or in its immediate vicinity, so as to place, and on Tuitdiv left inn LnuNtilliIvy. -. Ft ';,.m-r'a ,,:' :? .

iffizen, Mr. J. T. Dillaberry about :! ] Mayor Knight proposes to hive the be aeecs ible I by a short walk both by ___1,, r; ...!p- t-.i'-i.: !.. .M Mat* 1i! :: s'r..r i .

; 'coc1 p. m. while sit tin; conversation; ] fallceta kept cI'Miis hciealter. which is a residentof, an.i visitors to Ibis city; the Parties wNhinsjlmn'i". ( sin hili iM nil .u h" LL.ne ..! 'I. P. H'-t V..l...ttcn.Mv > (..oa4.ti. .
P. O. bel'ore letting out ih-.Mr *. .
good tiling. StirUu i-i now one "f the prettiest t be eeureil either 7 '4 -.v .,_t- .
giounds >> by jmlmchitse .
!tth his brother he straightened up in his hurrah li.r tlu Suiriioii.il li-it.! V.V t Will pnrlfr th. BLOOD iwaloto
little towns in the State and the ?!;. --: C I. v.u I> fv 'L i.t. ,
thur and with a slight struggle pasedsTay. lease, as may be deemed best by the board people down liPrib nciiifl pieu-r I Hi it Mr.IVriv *' the LlVIR sIDNEYI HiixiH .nd '. : -
BtaroBB tb -
% m..r.un "J f h d VIOOB -
'wliern hn is. I ; ltitMr. "" a "
healthiest certain and stay \v .1.1
The sad news reached his home I MIIC. of diu-etois. -;;: .. :i.,..: :i., 51 .'s.P. ,.i of YOUTH. D7p.lmtLW.ot .
lil'i.xh.ini li tSrtn' tor. M. X. U. .. ..... .. '. .. "jSi of ApiMtitw. IndiBwtioM.LMk .
I. 4I it I S
10 o'clock Nois tiic time the time for KXiunirs.These : _z_: Strength and Tired Tt&iam*bi .
1 .
nd family at Sunday night, glorious % :1 ',t ;.,t.: F: .., .''- oloulr ean4: BOOM, fire*. I .
remains arrived about 12 All tUu: nj:ly inclmlc all varieties of val- BOYS SKIS IIKHK. -I;.!:. ;. s'.s : 'C.;' fr..s., i ft-.-|........i r-- I .- lM and DMTM nniT* new Li
the picnic
'. Mouiiy: young people oiijlit: to .,.- m- 1: 'i: :- o. -- ,.-.j-'t ..; ii. .. ... forca. Enlinnt the mind ., f.
.'clock and were interred at Crosby Lakejftmeferyin club together and have ome of these u-il.ie: or interesting trees, plants fruits "fATAPl'I/r" i ju.t what! you! alt! .. ''r .-. .r. .. 4--i: t.r. :. ;. ..' I- S Saffertn and*mppliM from OOThPIIIfltSPS Brain Po .r.- ..44.Ilaztoth.lrs.zWIIISDdI5DL .

the afternoon. Mr. Dilla nnst onjoy.ible affairs. \Ve have :inil tlow rs grow in Florida and the want. W.iinlit (;-. r,.a. ... -
: [ a great I .6'- .-i..p,. !t i i:ti-'i->-' ..:- > -i-J t.i: if tlt-'r-fc! !.! H.4.TuB IRON TOI4ICe P..,
r Vary was much beloved for hit uniyers ui. uy beautilul lakes, in this and Clay other countries named ; collections of Wild The New Improved Catapult or !Vokt ... .;-._--. > = ". I t -.i 'I .!' t-.f r .: T.-i i'Vi t.i t--- >. I..I- _!.,.p..di ml,. OIv.s s sissy b althT oonpl.zioa. .. -
vI. I.J" .. '. i .. .. .. i All MtampU at eouBUrfeitinc only add to itiropo? .
Gun n-ijuiu'S hit) lcr, ii" i i- rent : i r t>- > !'tl! r-.r J..i-- : :
. kindness and generous dis4Uitin and county with plenty ol fisli and boats. Animals: birds, and fishes; Geological and pov i--ips V ,.xt o- I '. :-z- t :. P Jt:.,. t. :.- brill.' Ponot eiperlnwn*- .t Oniormi.um BUT ,
ly iliii !uti, luraiiie. :mtil 1 can; I be tinu'lin I -- -, m / Dr. HATER'R LIVCR PILLS < i
'1 r. -- -- -- r. .r
lives many relations and a large circle of Sonic of our good marksmen; ought to Marine collections; productions and m.m- the pocUet.in ilv -i !,is o-ily: :U ounces.:. The importance of purifying the blood cannot j I : :; \. '- i : .\---.i ..".- .- ;> ; .- I Hvadacha.C% ?.Co.tIpsttouLiv.v. Sample Ooa*Complaint and D-tm and Beokjfm Stekl -

fccnda to inoura liis losM -*. ufacttii'-s; and wlntever else lilly biTiiricvnnd be overestimated, for vi ii'uqut pui e L-U-oJ .i-- :. tt Ci.: ;' -- ./ri'er'; .? >- v- t it 1 i .' 't -'. .lla4 ea malp> of Iwo osate In poataga. W.
try their skill in ridding Slaike of the' j :'.-;''. i.-w-, .-. '-' i-i-j :-- .-.; i !.. .; ,-i..i r- TME OR. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. ST. LOUIS,U3.Tutt's .
. _ _ _ vilnc' in illustrating the resources of Florida force, and wi'lj a lii Lie prifiicu will you cannot ciijoy rotA health. j i \V. ,?v "r .v..r iutr:..:.v. -.. !>. i. .i. -
Died, numerous. ''ia\\ks which are nuking greati and! ::dtling to the attractions of the kill lirdoii the wintr. or hiiiij clown, a At this season r.xry! evtry one r"s n | r-n. t tlliftiuV.*

innuls on the chickens hi the umi. It is >puiirel from the //lijrliest tree. good medicine to puiK'y, vitalize, ansi c-r.-i: j !ii r ', rcT: I Ii
; her residence iu Starke. from Exposition. Marhineiy disphys are to ,-ilw I o' the ''ir-n't fo'irt.llr.ii'ri.-.t f f-> I It t
: Just tin- tiling for m lie btiy-*, and .uu I to the blood, and ve ask you v> try lUu'1'.i :a y.
to lose live MX chicks
- Its. Mary Cooper. She le.tve1arlwn very or be excluded at the discretion of the Di sell, became Ihey renli/.t its value :i>- soon f I' Sarsarli. lstcrt* t**;3 Pils kH

; *i and daughter and a little daughter every day ansl l ii'i way t f getting rid of rector-General, except such as may relateto as tin-}' see i:. In time Ahiuv!, even of GCUilcii and l.-ti.L: Vp t'- FJ. t m, '
of w'-oin' have the- yinpatIiios *>f the nuisance, so boy- try your guns. the utilization! of the resources( of bullets or slhtt t. pchblos iiiar!>le<. &o., ca.i creates an appctlt?, aud tone -- .. v ;: -rs. t ants.a( .a.7eaVP JS..w. ..rp. .. "*.' *
be UM-iI! coirsi'shotihL m comrs"r tlu! Iiott'-r). while it eradicates t"eaco. 'il.-: l -<.i\.r\: 5 : .
lends in their bereavement.A Florida. t_ i. S j. i. L ... 'it. tlmnlates the torpid liver strength. _
. Quite a good many of our mcrclrints it is sure death to ip-irrow: rats miLd uoli combination, proi>citl.:n. and iop.i-n .osthedIg-eetIv.orasnveuiatesthO -

GraudlliiasfYariilnc.. hive so-.ie ki id ot a pt some are saving n.\ZAAR.It like. cf the vegetable u-iui"cj id ; .') tIIooU's .> l.. .v I.'S. ::1.. -:* -: i.-t.-r : !'if bow :l*, and are unequaled *s ra .

them for the expoMtion this fall. Mr. is proposed to utilize a portion of the It is the Ik-st thing out for tuxi.IennKN. S.irsjrarllla i.ccr.l- "j",, io 0 f f I ;. i'. 'Vi s'c.: I i- I'z"r j pr :m*Jars af .
c 3y llrigiiim. at as it will kill without spoiling the g.iin; tar curative No eiCCothernicdiciuehajsnch : : -
buildings as a Bazaar, for the sale of exhibits Iiower. i'\ .uI! t-:>:
, i Friday night tim -.7tIi of ih i moutli.e Alvarez, our gentlemanly butcher has and makes no report. A buy can IMM- aiccordof v . , snake which special prominence being gvni: to in day with tli" I !. ;! :;t 1 ; : StIr: .
kin seemed
; occasion being the vuuplfiion oflmI a very contented more genuine pleasure a ; cures. If you hare r'ai'c i:;> ; .r r.iL! ; t > wldeiyreeognlaedaalb.ypu000sSpIe. .i
the establishment of an orange market Catapult I than with anything else madf. !.. Oo Le hull" d (*.tY at T.-.I' [ iu. I nllar properties In f r.elnn tbesy.t ot
I liw house atthat placA cor.lial itilltatlon in a box with a class tip. Mr. I Hen buy Ilood's S-irsapar:1 r.( : : t i : from StIRS poison. Elecantlr O(*r .

IM extends to KVKHY1JOUY.( der.-on, our artist, has an aligator and a here the orange-growers of this State Sample by mail, post paid for ori'v' 4!(> take any ctl.cr i.s:. .d. U hi a Pet :.li.tr ; tc : coat'd. Dose small. Price,230t5. -

can display their fruit and ordets cm betaken cents iu stamp-., 3 for $1.00: 13 Lr SfS 23 Metlicmu : ';y yit Cm.is.P.flood's : ,.;. ':.t J r't at : aid '
Mr. Miner and Sold
1 crane. hasagatir :i pair Addr-bs. UNiON SUPPLY AGENCY, r-' '. tS. Everywhere.Wfflctb .
ABIG FIRE. for delivery or shipment.: The S.rf"H"r w -. k !Lr ri'-' t'L! at ,C;:"!> I'P.. p
of line Yu Editor has fine flex 32' Philadelphia. Pa. -
: cranes. a very Prepared Ly C. 1. il.-.-1 -': ....I. v-;;- 3.IOO 44 Murray St., NevT Yorfct'ift !
of tobacco and other market MXV. LE _
which constitutes 'lis growers crops, --- ---7,1 -- -
boy soi-v pit. .i4.-: :
; I $e Store llulldlns of N. J. Jonrn dc and the manufactures of cigars, native The Union Supply Agency, Philad.-I Dcscs tJ. .., Lc''nrPURELY -.;.,;-! : : .1. !.' rsl- mmy ;,i t ::;_ amit; -

.1 |j3jCo.andtlie0\Yemiir of T. AV. Sweat The Ladies of the Presbyterian Church wines and other Florida products, will phia: Pa., will sent! you more goods foi t.I.mvI.7i': :: :.r ;: ,n. -' '

. less nioiu. than other firm iu the ,
Earned to the round any
have u lively society, the Ladies Aid Sociciy. doubtless avail themselves of the advantage (; : ..':. : -. -
COU U tIy. t .: : .. -
. 4n They get the suppers and all the !, offered .by this Ikzaar. and both .-.,-< :ii p.h: i.i.l': -> 4's.v :a II I a m. and Patir r.I; 4. -.
: Thursday morning about 11 o'clock, Be sure and read the hdvcrM-pmcnt- sit ti.: i-.t ii ;- -' .-i.- -'
for additions to their home and foreign buyers will come to -
plans select '::.\ liet! >ri- .it! T.3 t> m.ci'.i'Kcii .
i roof to the store of X. J. .l' iv. s t Co.i carefully; then send a trial lorder. You p. it' \ S I Ii 0.1 &i.
Church, are originatt-d and carried out by and purchase. Other miner features I !: %.x ( )!: .) i discovered be on lire \\liu-li burn will be more than satisfied. ; ,
Lauies.: This week of the Bazaar need not be specified hem.
these : they passed a .
1 rapidly setting fire to the residence of \r s':: ': :- ( oi.t.iit:!:. i :t -
hour at Mrs. Cole's.Ve believe It is believed that the income from the ALL FOR 30 CENTS. S 1 '* -
pleasant: 1 I
. *r. T. \V. Sweat, which was not inOi t- :< h: I I'm| siI: *. 11 .s. >. .
that each of Churches have Bazaar will add much to the revenues of 1 .t-i'.k.-is t-I'.ie (' b ,. .
our ought to : I-
j .Ian 15 feet away, everything was done This grand offer is made to introduce I'lIAVKlt! :i :.uiHT5XOI : ; -
the : ft i "' r ., <*.. i. .-r J- .- ,..j'.- ... 7. -1-.
Ladies it i is ] Exposition. ;
4at could be done tlio citiztnti but a Society, great help to promote our jjoorU into all parts of the country ., lI. -....
[ uy --.4. 1 :,- : (' .,.c .tit t."j u, i .- .- -! i t*",* r>." ; .
4 fire bad too good start and son I Ikveled acquaintance and good feelings, AO.UA1UU.M. AT ONCE and secure future liadf.We : -7.
a .
.It.;, / WTc -:ui1.; ( : a- '; t.----; ; 5i.') .. i. 5 S : i-- ii:5: -- I'- i -
, both building* to the grou'iil.4ot cnivurauc the members.Rev. It is hoped that we may be able to establish fsllowing will list send for only you 30 e\erythinij cents. in the 7 -' I'ti'i.t c'-: : --- 5m ,. ,. .-. .. s .

in time for the opening season .--.', : --7. --
an iji- t
-.t- *
of the store saved i t"vv '
many goods wore 2."iO Autograph Album and Jh.tti Verses '.j 1 1 n> \. t..;. I'- ft-iv 7Of : O s ; 1 .. 't i.-- .
Dr. Tallnrd has to considerable of cons'ulerab'c size I -Ii.i i t,. s r -:: -
rWt Aquarium which ; :
they were insunvl, np'insurvnce on 10 Pieces Sheet Music, full MW, 2t(> -' -
f "C.s.i--;) \V: ) !t--.: : : ii vt ; .. t. :m t :, -
lite building, all the household goods expense and trouble to get up[ Bible will eventually become one of the first Needlework designs, 2o Outline Patterns !:; _

[! saved and there Is insuraiico on the let-sons for the young people of Starke. he rank, both in magnitude and variety of 101 Comic Somis all the popular ones. 2Kiddles ->'' I s' 4:'
3 and! Conundrums. 100' PnzleKetniM8. -.. -t.t'- i
3 all Mr. also lecture the lesson at the attractkius.I I l.'ii- t- : :
- < use, ot both Mr. Jones & gives :fl on VEGETABLE.It .. %!
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j ;J&ck8onv1lleatidItwa% a Had blow to le'sonsare Sabbath evenings all young Beginning this] year with such Wild! ins, GHnu of Fox and Geese Game of U IVER I t Uilvn:: 4 I.' dj j'it -. -

them. The people worked hard and people ought to take an interest in these Animals and Birds as can be collected! Penny Morris," f.:>00 in Con'e! kr.tteMoney. 1 KIDNEYS ,

? (fac-Kimilc). The Mysferioit* (Oracle lirt-_ s-! is. v ,,s--.l-s'-l.
| *ved the adjoining houses, Col. D.Lrby'Shnse meetings and attend them. cnc >iir; gt cared for at moderate cost, and ye t which AND BOWELS. I 7
and 2.1 other game. 1-ho Tth Hook of :' P.?.. I :t: um.t: .ill ,_ H.P ;:;of'i if.r..tii .- :
caught several times, and was others to attend the Dr. is doing his will greatly add to the attractions of the
part: Jloses. a Great Curiositv. Detif and Dumb N EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR .: : : ri-f's .sI.t- ? if .- .. i*

4 put out. The sparks would sail; over the 1 to enlighten and if the young fo.ks neg- Exposition, it is hoped that this depnit- Alphabet, complete. A .Nlo.iel Love filler! _AA; Liv, r .......L.'s'r rt...,. f ,(. '--i '-f ml -. 'rI
f IIalazl* Bowel Complaint, : ;; -I T.
ty and threatened entire destruction 77 TiicKs in M-igicanil Lejjirdemait: The Li -'-. : ? I C -
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i lect this opportunity[ they will always regret ment will gradually so increase without I>7tp psia. Sick Headache, i.l&tt : '- -t C ; -
j ,lheonly other| buildings caught! wore I Hoyid Tablet of Fate Guide to Innocent Constipation, BJlonsnegs. 10 ;. -: : '
. it. overtaxing the resources of the conipLnyas The _. .
Flirtation. Mii-jio Square, How to Affections, Jaundice, .. .
4tt Hodges House and the Telegraph ._: -:- t
to lend to the establishment of a complete Make a Goldometer. Amusinsr Ga'of c Mental Depression, Colic.I ,, 1 : -.'
afflco the i Ffl I" :-' lv- rf ;
.i sparks entering through \Vegive our readers anti all citi/ens o' Zoological Park or Garden. Fortuiie-Tellnijf I Language of Flu wem .- < f Jv-w'.r .-" I.- .ni,! -r> I : : '- .; -
Windows, and all bands at the tire : J 5.- : ... -,.- .-. .-*!- .. I-
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Bradford county warning cxptctus COt'NTV DISPLAYS.In '-* ** **" V '*' :
both were promptly put out and little graph iMO 11 i/e Pu//e! Hom.n ('rs.I'U7J.le BEST FAMILY MEDICINE *.'. JJJ---irtnf..-. V t.. t i< -.y h.rt. < I -
| &mage done. any day'as: it is our intention an soon order that all Florida may share in Great Star Puzzle Chinese IlokPuzzle. .. -. ":' :;ri-l .rl- : % ,T\- -
as possibb. to visit all parts of our thiiv- the g-eat benefits to be driived from: this The tait', Ciystal. P.-yi-onu-uie w tit /Vi .f s'i.v1j.. .' .11 c* -Al** **. -: .:, : :- e
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i_ The election passed nfl'on Tuesday ing county a call.Ve will be on the j Expositions it is proposed that each Charming. The Seven \Vcnilcr>< i-f the Ho Household Should be Withont It, ., -% .-- Ifl45Ui1'tStg ;1-4-. ; .. ;! < >> i t .vs s'5.. - ,, -

tnietly lookout for subscribers local news oddities be allotted as shares of stock Worl.l.The and,by being kept ready for immediate use. .. '. : -
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one would hardly know there county many i S ;: : .t .
will gave and *'" Vfi* ** ,, -
n.-all Mirn of ::0 cent* procure the I many an hour of suffering 'i .. -4 -
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w.McKlnney and It. L.Sparkuianclerk, I with the must of our farmer So if you display, and space will! be nllotted toj ; i vt r made by .any tirm and all who I SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR linn- isijht- binei.s.t slug- all t .,. -.--- -* {-.
fail to lake i it \\ill miss tin-! -- I -
p. Alvarez was elected Alderman, L any day we a man: with his pockt-ts filled j ali who accept. Ii is proposed that iu racb -. if aiSvantigeof i: S.. thai you get til* jim. w rsd "Z" pen? .f him: !:ite I.I I.- ; : : :.-' ; ;. -
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; zi ; '1AGRICULTUBAL. THE HOME DOCTOR. Earthquakes' at Sea.Somebody Mason &Hamlln Pianos. .I.II ;

T.1 i who has been investigating The new mode of piano construction, :.LYDU E. pI LLft.Ri ff
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i invented and introduced by
Serious Barns.x that the chief:effect of
subject .
M'fl 00 001sT N says Hamlin in 1882 Iran assured success, ,
.. TOPICS OP the is the ,
INTEREST RELATIVE When"a serious burn occurs the clothes: an earthquake on ocean nlgof -
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of the best
,1 TO FARM A r OARDE.V. .. must be removed as soon as the fire is extinguished. a great sea wave, sometimes very large, tested and proved, many it "the .: CURE ANDPazTzN r3 -S..

: ;i : The first considerationshould as, for examgle, sixty feet high at Lisbon judges j having pronounced in of the greatest cen- f'. Ou Colds Coughs Sore Throat lne! In.chilis .. l

# the clothes of without in 1761, also eighty feet at Calloa in improvement pianos j.a: r. Po.1M I Pneumonia Swelling of
be to th.
CflttlUD.f0TtbS _*i. Cetti toi A Uscftil Table. get t By it musical tones of remarkable : ; c.II.w., Job!* S'(.
ury. abllrjs.S'
; and 200 feet at 1737. : '
K 4iWIqen InserUn. the least brings the 1724, Lupatka.in LumbagZ.1afbmmt1Ofll. Rhtvmfr.tlsm. .
-i pulling dragging
The __ter-u---r
table the ,
j&; s bpeclaI rat. ot time liv W spoi ippU. of following gives numbr skin too.a The part should These waves are often more destructive brightness and purity are obte I J"ema1e'Com Neuralgia, Frostbites,Chil' .of
trees sufficient injured b is less !wm the worst term of
: plants and tuning required eon entirely
t land than the actual shocks fihe influx thn _4 blains, Heada.he Toothach.
t drenched with water and on TTTTyrn*""" Bi"eentlon.
thoroughly ail Ovarian troubIea.
.- acre at various distances often in the old An. yt.tntt
,. # apart: clothes cut away. If any part of the usually precede by an overflow, which, quarter a a sstem. .THing and Displacement and tJw 0DIIf'0 ., Asthma. .

r F et Ko.ofTrees.} Feet. No.0/Trees. let it remain. Dip grment in warning. He of the illustrated catalogue, fully explaining the qnent Sytntl weakribas,pd 55 p.rttoul l/ e4 pte4 S DIFFICULT (
1 fat a BREATHING.
byl..43,56012by12.r: stck cot improvements sent free to to the Change of Life. :
;';; 75 2,2.......10,89013 0' 13......'i',7: a slution of common sa'ater ; most remarkable' effects is the distance to address. b any I>, It wfll dlaaolTff sad eip l tenon from tb TOtjrMaa tI1 CtJJlES THE WORST PATS In from 118&oe

tr4' Afl sa ttbe paki Iu'rarl&bly k ad. I 3...... 4,84fll4: 14.......222 : and place over the burnt which these 'ave are propagated a I early development.ThatendJMytoaaaoepona minurps. .NOT ORE HOUR after l'I'adl thta.l .
L; auc.. Zie lion Infavor of anybody. I 4" 4....... 2,72315 ]. I them in for across I humors there la ch.CkedY apaedily by tt ue. TertwniMit need any one HUFfER WfIq P.\I1
'.. to "great waves
lightly example, toil
Yi \ 5" .1Di Itfndaging s a keep If you want knowledge, you must It remwesfa5stnes, flatulency,d .troT all e YlnC' B.t'.IIY Relief U Maya C.r. r.
:" ConraimieubMMttponantoalteraof local ln.r6: 5.6. .. 1,74218" If....... : ] As soon as a dry spot appears on the Pacific. Thus most large ear for it food must toil for it* and .for lItinua ants ami relieves weaknew**the 1ICo9J&Ch..It EY"'PAln, Mpralne, Rvale.., siesta
pac. ; you tratloif.eral .en- theBack C et .rI.Jn.i,.
eat poilcited film all of the ... 1,21017" 17. .,...ISO i cures r.loatinir.Headache Jferrous FTo Ie..
U i j IT n' parta county.Jf 7...... 88818" 18.... .134 this dressing, wet it again by squeezing on the east or west coast of Pifc if pleasure, you must toil for it. Toil is Debility.Slt.ple1l.ne, l5epre *lon and lodlffjp..ond' &be .int aud U the o lr

: : !. 8" 8........ C8019" 1..12.. some soda and water over it. As the saturating produce waves which are recorded, the law. Pleasure comes through toil,. That backarhe rre1IDc Ijaiwa of bearing permanently down,cau cured inirpaln 1i.ltI,DM.weJgTt J wlllat That Instantly PAiN"to a LilA KE.MEOV nvmt

:' "I 9 ..... asrao" ...... I will exclude the air, there will b opposite coast about twenty-four hour and not by self-indulgence and indolence. all times ami under cirennnttncea act to naifoay allaJ.lrttIa.rntl'l"Unu.Bad I'nr_C JDlCfItI.J11 exrrndatlM] pat'
4 Uzqiw .10 ? .... 4.-K2.1": y ..- ( with the LaWS that Korera tAU Fenutle fjnera of the Lungs, Stomarh. Bowd], or
8TATESOFFIC7R3. : other ilanda
after. It is asserted that to prediction -
11 ."..... 30030" : no smarting. A rubber a piece a When one gets to love work, h life is ahappy I For the euro pf Kidney CompUlnta of either lit T thtaj or Van,.by one appllcatl'n.A or
c : IUATOBI : .. j...... 48 oil a cloak, or any water of earthquakes nothing certairtis yet one.-1uskin. II j Comjwuod Busorpa..aed. l'nre'l. Six bottlea t"S3. half to a teaMixvmlul in hall *tumbler
The number of cloth gossamer : wU!in a few minnU cure Spaeni ?!
Cra-n-M. jfcj
: r ., n"on. Cba. W. Jones, Penar01L plants required for anare can be spread on the bed known, but l many cases there are noticeable No famny chonld bo without LYDIA Z.TJSrBA3T3I Btorarh. Heartburn, Ne-v'nua- olS.i:2r .

I I ;.: lion. 'JUdnIOIl Call Jackaon1'I/I' at any given distance apart, may b with a blanket over it to receive the suf changes in springs and weBs preceding A Profitable Investment I UVERTILLS. They euro coBMlpatlon,bOlousneMand Sick Upadach" Dlaorra t3. D/aoatery.
::4 1',:' .' BCPBKaniTATinca: ascertained by dividing the number ferer. Should the feet be cold heat must the event. One useful warning, Can be made in a postal car.lif it is u-ed to, torpidity of the Iircr. JScentaaboxatalldniTCtafcMASON all internal pains.
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& Co., Port. "W' 'b
feet send Hallett t. 1l
address to
'e square in on
;# 1..' Flrat DI.trlct-IIon. R. II. M. Davidson Qulneyhecond 1 n"lb an acre ((43,560)) Vy the be applied to them, and a little stimulant; however, is remarked as obviously possible land. Me., who can furnish you work that you 4RIA P4PIW P 'J P4 I

L -. Orange. DI.tr1ct-Uon. Charles Dougherty) Fort* I r of square feet given to each plirit, given if the pulse is weak. It is well -namely: the report of an actual can do and live at home wherever you are MALARIAChills
which is obtained by the dis. t located; few there are who cannot earn over
2 1 ". c. .. CIRCUIT cornT: tance between multiplying have the bed covering warm and light. earthquake on the one side of the Pacific. $5 per day, and some have made over $M. &

Fifth Judicial CIrcnIt-Ilon. W. B. Wood, Atlanla tween rows' by the distance be A doctor should be called without much could l he at once telegraphed to the other Capital'nnt required; you are started, free. HAMLIN80D and Fever, Fever and .
,Ga.,fopreme Court Jiutlce, aligned the plants. Thus strawberries Either sexal1aes. I particulars free.
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lion. delay. A burn is serious in proportion side, thus giving twenty.four hour' notice Al
iwn A. I'ardce, e"Orl&DI. La, Circuit!I planted three feet one AgueConquered.a
'k* ndjro.K. by foot gIves each to the amount of surface involved. A of the probable advent of a great sea, I One kind of medicine will not cue all kindsof "
M. CalI'Jack4on\llleU. 8. Attorney, Northern plant three square feet, or 14,520 plants I burn is diseases. Dr. Kilraer'9 Preparations are 100 RADWA Y'S READY BELIEF It'Not t
deep not
District. the a dangerous a a wave. f for each disease. They are
W. C Bird,Marahal.Nor hern Dlitrict. t acre.-Horticulture. one twice the size. In scver supr.fcial I _. te pcifcsremedy result (ul practice since 1859.: STYLES I1 1 toe toBHtlenln on'y cures the newl-patient t"Uett Mlzed district wIt this wt n1b1! I i..

1'bilip Walter Jacksonville It. C. Wilton Tallaha -- pain is an sign; it shows I Cheating the Eye. 111ah! (jSrnt Free) Binohamton N. Y. OF EAS Malaria or Airun exwu. but if people expowrtJrUwill "
encouraging I
e<>, Teniacola Clerk. Profit In Oats. morninj on iretUru of
F.CtlnmphrejB Northern
Chi. every out fit
I Dlftr'ct.: there is still vitality left. Scalds may be The is easily deceived in 'RoTAt.GMJE mends anything! Broken HIRE I tw.-nty or thirty drops of the Kealy Relief tai.Yn?
Many farmers very ; ORGANS w
'. say there is no profit in treated in much the Sweet public : n Glass, Wood. Free Vials at Drugs & Grcmonths' of water and ent.say. a eraker they' win eseaiU.
TmXS-KOnTBIKH DimilCT: same way. ; the matter and mainly] ,
.' rising oats, yet others find them legerdemain, SVSTF ta ck ThL'mn.t be d'inu before gotnjoat '
a profitable 3 treatment for 30c. Remedy $22.
.Jack1'011\iIc.llnt! Monday in December. oil may be poured over .the surface and L because it to said Hermann, I Ps" _ _ Therein not a rpmcdial atrcnt li theW'l1dtlt&t1fttt
If the for Sold by nol .
J Tallahaf fee, tnl Monday in February.1'cnf crop. market price of thegin covered with flour. that exp'cct b Catrh. drgitAt TO core Fever and .kgneanl all '/-" < .'on" Bliinniand
is Anything excludes the magician a re- other eveoquicks -. "i,1.' hv RA.DW" PII
not tt
acola 1I.rlt GW I.
Monday m March. profitable the .
? price paid for .
$900. KA )\VAY 4 RE.Dfitly
air will relieve pain. Patients suffering porter. The motion of the of &BLIB;"
; stock
u.a. DHTBICT COCBT Northern Metric: always i is. Te'faner who from such accidents should have .7.r nests per bottle. Sold br draczht
I t is about four times than
sells course quicker
.. Hon.Tho. Set'lc Jackrcanille.Jnd c. oats and feeds his c I I Send for PZJo.Catalogue.
}:. )L l:11I1: Jacksonville, I). :. Mlon.ey. j and colts all nearly hcs] pigqlamhs m concentrated, nourishing food, 'and a I the eye, but in many cases it would be impossible :

.-. -. MiMp W. :C. Urd.Waiter Jacksonville.Jacksonville:.Marshal. I mistake. COIn.or a men find oats un- much as they cn"a1.wlth-a. In order I to deceive were it not that the: 46 pp.,4tO, \u DR. RADWAY'SThe

r-a.4 .. \ .. llrrk CarternDIiSou. ; I. j )profitable because they do not feed them, to do the necessary repairing, nature spectator, looking for the resul fails en- ____ ___ ______ FP. ( Only (:enufnelSARSAPARILLIAH
;., i. 1). (,.\\ll.oll.T'ahaPpce. Clerk Middle DIv son. or do not feed them I must have plenty of material with which tirely to watch the hands prcsti- .
-4 Y. C. Hnmf breyaUion. I'eniaccIa, Clerk \Vcetern) properly] ; yet more' to a loctors shwald cOMUND EJ RESOLVE1T!
Only pre. digitateur. Of course we use a great IMPROVED UPRIGHT PIANOS
\ f- .. 1ecause they do not get the full value] of i c'ompIsh I ,
.: i., .:.' 4 TEnJlI: .the straw. If Oats are cut five days i j! scrile opiates. Health and Home. many mechanical contrivances and have The new mode of piano construction invented The Great Blood Purifier.

; 4 Eartern Diriclon- Jack lonrUle fint .ln i" confederates audience, proved For core of all chronic rttoaw*. Scrofula BTwlTaJotM.
JfCMnMt- ..Monday" earner than is the common practice the even among th by Mason .t Hamlia in 1883 has been fully .SyphUit'cConiplalnH.! Con.nlDttloa. Glaudntar -

' ,. T I ATMdlb 'D1vtion-Tsflahiiee: firrt Monday In.,, straw is worth for feeding two-thirds of E Health Hints. but as a rule the tricks please and V many excellent experts pronouncing It th "gri**t- Dlvase. Ll..".Chronic Rh nmacL'"n. ErrUn. :

.. Februnry.UYrtarn. '. its weight of timothy mystify most are simple examples of cit improvement made in pianos of the century." elas.Kl.ln..y.. lilouder the and Liver CorapUinU Drippsla. .
I hay.and this earlier Put hot flannel the seat of j Affections Lunr and Throat;partialthe
p' Division-.recsaco'a! flnt Monday in' cutting increases rath over neuralgic j sleight-of-hand. modern conjarers' For fall information send for Catalogue.." Blood.re8tcrin{healta and Tlgoc .
March, <-r than] : diminMia, and j
the I pain renew frequently. 'i il'se of far the 'ailed Sold by lri,5iiit $1 per Battle. ,:
value so-c
: ', of .the .grain.Of course the Europe now surpass HASONHAMLIIT CAT AND PIANO eo. ..
.TAFJ. must I buttermilk for the removal of magicians of the East. :Many, if not .t.DR.RADWAY'SPILL8
7ffV. .: Gcn'C'mlrEdwrard.f'trl' .ltrw b kept bright. If it is notcut 3oaToti5tTrtmest: ITV tou.is litt
tan and walnut stains and freckles. _
; Attnrney.t1encraIp l Cooper TnPahamee. until it ( ( ripe"nd then piecl I most, of the stories toll of Japanese and 2

Secretary. of State-John .L.Craw ford, Tall&haaece. up after thre"hin to |I A roasted, boiled lemon, filled while Chinese mysteries are mythical In the ACENTS WANTED forthe LIFE OF The Great Liver anl Sto-naih Rent 'j

-p % Comptroller D. Karn"t *, Tailahaf ee.* is not worth much for blah :nc the eutt hot with sugar and eaten still hot, just course of extended throughout HENRY WARD For the run of all disorder of the ,.UTWBowpN.Kidaevf. '

v, '\A Tna urcr-E. & CrllTallahaf: ng, -curing and fel'l1 being ;: before retiring, will often break up a Eastern Asia have never met a oorgurcrI BEECHBR BlafldT.! Nervous Dimaaea, Ixwol
AdjcUut-Gcncial la id felng equally by Tao \v. Kwox. An Anthe.. :CD Co nplrt llrioryof Al'l"titf'. Headvhe. Cjntireneso Indiz tion BU
Wng .lallahxjM. favorable three cold. I whose tricks I could not duplicate, and]I Inflamraatlnn of the .
| Fever. Bowel
('ointai;"ioner Land and oat straw are i I frr hU Life and Work from tn 'radio to the(;rsve. (> lomn!" PUMt
c --d: ; Milchcl', ,. Immigration-. L. as for A few in cases feats flt even .II.!! >ll..... ill I. I. Thlir>T ami IIIEirOT. Ep>adirtly I andall dnranKementi r.f the Internal Viacera. Pus *
Tallaha winter of many
ee. wr Imdi feeding as twc; spoonfuls soup, possessing perform Iliuatnttvd. So II. Ilk*wilinr Oixmncenohlndrinc* IT vc2"til>!V. coatainlnz no mercury mlnerala ot 't
cI..TallalaBree.! I Jar AildnM lUkI rgUD l'rl SO., Ilirlfont, Conn. t .
Price 2 j cents per b % 80M by an dra. .
:_ .' ComtniOTiorr
.1 Tallabattee. when hay is fed,but this does not increase: I more substantial fare. :'I contrivances for the performing. of. this to purify Bewon nearly vitalize every and one enrich need the*a good blood.medicine And NEW YORK DYSPEPSIA! ..

aLTBEXE COCBT. the cost of the ration. I feats in magic and Paris Dr. Kn.'way's PdN are a care for tars erav :..
Chief.rn"ticGeo.. G. Me\\"horter,Tallahawee. fo Tliebigge&.tr price i A simple] remedy for neuralgia is to apply unio\i Mood's arsararlls! the best for this purpose. I HATS. I'lalut.' Thi'y reitora strenirt'i to the atimaca sal i.
AwociaiesliKtfceM-Gen.! P. lianeylallahafiee: I oats i is realized' by cutting the (crop) grated horse-radish prepared the the best school for the training -Embryo? I is peculiar in tar 1: strengthens ant builds up the Tb" latest t'-',. enable it tf, r"rf'.rm itt function The aymptoiaa ,
'I of DYllporfliawu'pellrr1d with the
It. B. \ when most farmers creates an nhile it eradicates! liabilitJot
Valkenbnrgh Jackeonvillc magicians.
woult pronounce it : same as for table use, to the temple BYStU ant appeie. have our irsda- the system to e latract dise Take the medictaaaocordinc 0

: rt'ELic LIKDE-U. S. Lands.I gen, curling it nicey, then store !ul I j' when the face or head is affected, or: I I The Planet Mars. t I disease.lake! any othrr.Hood's r.sure. to jet Hood's Srfaparla Do not mark..-UlU'a In th..m.Own"'Inasjnabla "falsa aa.1 t.i True"diraotions.mpecunx tad obMrro diet. whit we MT it :

: j .nd office GafneirilIe-8. C. Tucker Renter. or under barracks and feed gram j to the wrist when the pain is in the : 'I Sarsaparilla sold by dru:\
. : :' -- ':. .. STATE LAND and straw togetherafter running'through: 'I arm or shoulder.] i: The Ediiiburg Review thinks that the i.' 53. Prepared by C. L HOOD & CO.. Lowell M.VU.IOO way fashion. |oran ('4).. >.. J'J Warrea" Street Sew i'ark tot

Land office TaUahaaree-C. L. Mitchell, Con a cutter and moistening. Cutting oats, a !1 What is pleasing in the mouth planet Mars may justly be considered a f Doses One Dollar lon Ifcrn How la tbo? Wait f h- I -False'.ltE and SiTUE True. TO GET KADWAY
may ,
znie1oner. early nNo] reduces the endowed $ O\VX. while Hai'rr
chances of f kind of (earth, being -- -- ---- u iLI/ your -
be the worst thing for the duplicate writes for and LLit lIe ,
thfir iu our Flasi Price will NTNTT-ia
lodging, and their stomach with clouds and air and I
COUXTV OFFICER- labity to lodge : Fast eating is abuse of the MEDALSAWARDEDTQBarkarhA If you ask bin
i is the most serious them : stomath. its in HILL BROTHERS.
objection to
by snow accumulating around poles
Couuty .fnde-J. H. Ilirh rJ.1cr :j Chewing food well and mixing it with; W. L.
fanners who 564 & StiS BROADWAY, NEW TOR it. DOUGLAS
soil rich
( < of Circuit Conrt-II. F Yori a in nitrogen the saliva of the mouth is the first their respective seasons of winter. I$ lint!. Caps and Straw Goods. at :\ ./ZIe Onlll.I .
4 Slier iff II. W. Epperaou. i and rather deficient in silica-a very poor : step! this be so the atmosphere of the planet

:t Tax A.fletlOr-S. t'. Wajnwright. j soil for all grain*.-Am'ri'an I to good digestion. is however much I s I $3SHOE.'SNJ
: t Tax 1 Collector-H. llaynes. .tgl'ful-1 i obviously more rare ,. ;.. reurby,
; ., >ei1iitpndi'nt of School*-U. T. Uowiin:. I i tl Inf. than that of the earth, so that it only L'unbgn, Thfl beat S3 Sttoe la the
j i-. i'ountv Surveyor-lohi I'. I'ratL Indian Cremation in Alaska. I the surface of I BarkarhA, TV>afcnen,Colds fa ivorlj. 15.-st inatfrlal.styllsli, J
exerts at a I
i. t-: 7' .. planet pressure tbecb.staud all Ache d p erfectfttongre3sBILlWarLacea1lecylcSlne.E'tiaS
I l'ouuty 'oouuh'.luneJ. WitKO\'nki. G. \. iELVS .tr.la.
A i
Sew had
:: .. r McKlnncy, "l. K. Hei-'el-y, John S. An Ire A and Butter Theory. Having information the other days, two pounds :nd a quarter to thjuare WEBSTER'S I o S- $ Sibie. -
-' M l, \. !r>niiih. u_ It; is a common notion that salt : J of a cremation to take place at the Indian j sillage. inch. The climate of Mars is conceived .;:IrISaw. If f I any > o C

f. ; CITY OFFICERS. ? butter. Recent experiment have pren'rs v I went to the beach to witness it., : from the smal amount. of now I .,.ofjruj&ttons uadrrstiflizo'ndt3flameL : at I your dealer's.. free I seudInfjrju.itliir.

demonstrated l that but little'of the ': The defunct siwash wa known around I j j.Juueau i that accumulates poles of the planet, rosIII I Low toobttm these Celebrated

f I Mnyor-T. A. Knht.! I 1 butter contains very as Frank and was formerly cmployed to be and the water 1gJOaXDTALCa .lIlaobl" of s.V'O Titl.. Rnlla l I c 5.1 Sliosa
salt. The-salt docs I comparatively mill; uza.TIIEBE1UREELD'. I 1C your dealer doen
t" I "arpb.d-I-. W a'LTrianrir : 1I not the any 1 at Martin Brothers] store in the is distributed into curious scries 1 i .I. r.ery i BIOGRAPHICAL! DICTIONARY,, .
butter aid ,
it 4lo very
f'erk-Jt. J. Slll!!km'n. penetrate! :" <>< meat, : I .. ot: ni>.irly lujmii "Sotcd Person, iL'p
!; -U. II..JOI". I 1 but fimpyatacht.] it.flf to the ext.rior. capacity of Indian clerk and the klock1 ] {I of long parallel canals! which run out Flrnldr.at .ry ALL IN ONE BOOK.A fieoi.w. -,

i.. *'ltV.\UOTI1t'y-J. T. \\ Ul-. t and of course it i mani( l t.-ing a double < remation of one ; fr ocean Vasins to an extent iusome .r. .
; Aldl'rm'nlo '. must come in ( I I ? .
I.'ichirtt. J. M. > '
Truby. 'ontf r.nt.'lin'13/lC.o more Wonls and i of r.As'M
4- t. 1' .wcll,J. M. Johim, P. A'varcz.: Tatr's I 'ith ,I of the butter to lo thi*. Prof. l} j <( !chad) been called Jennie; j'j'jlf places, of 3,000 and 4,000( miles Illustrations than any oilier American noary2fOO Diet mot i..;O shi. eipiaii! J-t Shoes a.1ertls't by otto

I -- _.- ;---:--. _-_ _ I Arnold i finds that such i U Iio j the ca-e"! i l both as it happened, having died of con- As is well k nC\ ntrnOIer have succeeded I firm*. Boy*all wear \V.I>.D :4 The G.& C. MERRIAM&CO.,Put/rs,Springfield Mashwil -- ir ere o/fnm.l.ong genuine unless name mini prut .
I I IIij I but that the salt is not ub-orln-d ; the but- : sumption. mourning service consisted in di-covering since 1877 two -- -_ .- are ttamfirJ nn tnttntn ofenefi FHoe.W. .
I THERE still to '>o a dark clement by '.[ of the ancient known ( I L. .
appears I I r, but a considerable] poitiou of it is I l' ceremony as ) moons, these being founl'to present a CATARRF I VOCGLAS. Brockton. Maaa.PTSCTS
P:: I of : in the tem potlatch which is ] CREAM BALM DR. KILMER'S One of every live we -S
+ . uncertainty recent German oreor less mingled, not mixed- through | always customary I diameter of not more or seven meet has some form1tcartDiseaseandLincon( ,

: elections and their bearing on the I I the butter in its original] state, or in the !', among the Indians southeastern Alaska] miles and one of tll'I completing a I when applied into the L CURE FOR L
:. 1 form of still smaller olc'nsion of death of one of their revolution round in irosinK.will IKuUo.l>- stant danger of .A pop lex".
crystals and in 1 planet a I I. cflevtuallvfl5
Canadian fisheries Bob ; an unj -
qnestion, says i j' Shock or udden! Death 1
: i number. The is division in tin*heath of entCoughSyru. Taseintizw..8odbydrngsts.
j dissolved state. This does potlatch a of than hours. : catarraal Tb
i.I' 'Bnrdette. not look like more seven i Irus liealtliy I a liemtUy regulates, re.
We asked one of our beet I I .: whatever good the deceased _ causing ; Jicvea. corrects and cures.rTTreporeil ...
preserving the butter, for to preserve it temporal _ _ I hecrtMlniiR. allays CONSUMPTIONFOR
young men about it, and learned from I the salt be i may have possted. such as blankets dry Intlanmi t.'It. protei-is 0 at Dr. Kilmer's
mu t EL-l'l-Nf-ArtT. Binirhajntnn N. Y.
:[ it. i the UK mltrai of tin-
I I intorport'II'wih Quito. in South America is the !\ I ?
r 1 Lira that Micky Doolin had been bagged The salt: will l hut- goods etc., among his or her relations] I natal p.ib.-dKfs tr.md-. I rice Dfor. l..tt..olnquir-a.n..t
I ter form ahsorl wat.r according; as the merits of each indiv'iclual !j city in the world on the Equator and the ltttknai l-caN vI-is. tftii.pietely $S.na GllldeloIIeaJthSentFne bold by DrUglts.29300MB ) HORSES.UVILLA ,
and the
a this brine Mires
i. by the and Corners can .
i obstick Hrker's ant 'case justify. f i sun rises and sets there at six o'clock 5. I and re-tnivs sense of
c the
i I over particles of the butter with
I taste and smell.
I signed \Yickerahaxn] but there !I. In the services of !I year round.
lad which it comes in and the morning, which I W.Va.
:i contact no more. Not a Liquid or Snuff US \
a bar the Mavericks signing the Man i This coatin" are very long, and to the Indian mind I
i .
1 must be.on the outride, leaving A lover of statistics has calculated that A Quick Relief Nov. 17, 1886. f
.M. .t from the .Mountain, and unless Bean- I i the inside just as it"was before, without I i impressive, the first in the order of the 19,909 stitches are required for a hand- Positive Cure. c Recently I bought a
clay i is ] discourse 0 &. FARM WAGONS jditaigntyiM
salt. eulogistic by one of the i I
got htopcock Switchell wou'dp'ay any Temperature has more to do I : sewed shirt.A. A particle Is applied horse. He .
.. vie I with preserving butter-than salt and the !old men, which, l being delivered by him ___________ uitocavh nostrh and t,MAYFEVERCOCKLE'S _The_ ape.treader_ only kind that out can and be the attached young was
m' Center for Quakertown, with Murphy ( i in sections is agreeable. Priue 5u c taken ill with Pneu-
j I II I place where it is kept (the surroundings) ]| so to speak, taken up and: C. White Agent D. & T. II. R., Zenia. aiit.uits: by mail rvKlstere.l. cts. CircuUrs All to old warranted.wagons. very

aud Hooligan in the battery, while I 1 more of a factor for its weal or woe I ung by the rest in a monotonous sort ofI C hic', writes: Red SUr Coah Cure is a mD.-t: jree. ELY RUT.ERSDiuIsts Owceo. N.Y. \ Prices arc mailed free* monia. I tried to thinkof

.. rirasou went to Onion City and Simi i I I tan salt. The dairyman who I J chant; the old man is thf n superseded by efficient remedy for branch.Us ths first. dose _ KavulicMsi, Car something to relieve
expects Colmbaa Ohio.
.u Sucker s'gned for Ouiskiville.: hone salt in the butter to keep it all right :, another venerable buck, who goes through I relieved me. irice twenty-five c".t: ater Branch llonae. Hac raUwB. Marylaad. him. Concluded what .
and the other the same service, and he in turn by an- TOE Ru' k of the
disregards thing, will find L aial Emprcs one irost active was good for wouldbe
oHhe. gratifying sigi s of the time \ his butter The truth is the 'I 1' !other. until all the old men have had their of wo-iien. Sue ri-e earlv and coe to ANTB-BILIDUS EXHAUSTED man

that our society young men are' taking !is of the "otT" slt i indi\idualsY. The chanters keep time bed 1 tte.wa'k a grlat tal. read enormousliptssotattIy ', VITAL1TV good for the horse.
i ( consequence so is or dancine and d'e.s and PILLS
': such an active and really intelligent I a preservation is concerned. i is only! ''hy\ thumping the floor with sticks andbeating s tii finds time for works of charity which s.C t A Great Medical! Se I got a bottle of Piso'sCure
4 t matter of I on a drum. This performance gtnerorfs'y! pa es. GBEATIENGLISH REMEDYFor Work for Young and gave him half
< intoiest .foregn: as ell doinestiu a taste. If the salt] is put in it. r-I I

I \ a will taste of it and an ounce to a pound being gone over for a day or two, the 1 July, ISM. \rte Tho P. Gcster. Ho') I LIrer. Hlle In4 gallon, etc. Fre from M.r- i and Middle-A eJ Men.11t of it through the nos-
politic I -.T
eury; contains Oil If Pur* V..goyble Ingredients, '
f.. _ _ is the common rule] -that i is, about what potlatch takes place. j :IM' "In three daj s tired arccss on o1r'l I Agent: C. >CKlVTE.NTO. New York. trils. This helped him,
arm wih! St. Jacobs Oil. _ _
I The public palate requires, although a: body of the deceased is first i Octobtr II" and I continued C
I B aSS. "Was entirely cured of the terrible suffering Jfeauced to a S&cteton giving
THE United in from j by Disease and Iffttored r C/Eve
States 1 a
Treasurer says hal ounce is about all which a well- wrapped mating woven split by it.. I rice filty cents. same doses night and

":.:: that he pound of butter will dissolve. rots, and appearance resembling J to Health with
&receh-e a large number of 1r Dr. Par- I I morning until I had
1 The rest is thc/e in the form (coarse straw. They then convey the body A STEVM wacon that itins on o-di ary roads t.
1i original and L
trade j
dollars \\hich had | and
been circulated hauls 30.U.U 'n.n Is making
.s su< cessful det't Remedy.Wilson I J used two bottles. The
the of
i gives to the butter the salty taste dc-1'i 'to place cremation, which is al-] trIp fetneei: Bisbee and Fa rbank. Arizol L. I

A in China and had been stampeM with sir. Working butter with brine is all L 1 I I ways on the beach at high-water mark. J.i J. i< sixty m lea. The vehic e id i Niagara Co.. N. Y. I KNOW THYSELF A horse has becomejer- ,

.b tho Chinese characters. These trade I IJ.4 salting it requires, according to Prof. i On this occasion they had on hand for < owed by -a mining- company. GBYTU1IF"it-In. J fectly sound. I can reI -

.dollars had been evidently I A rn.old.and, when wel worked it is ready the purpose of burning the two bodies, Common SrnM. April, 1883, I was prostrated I. PURI.I'nED by,' the l'EABODy MEDI.I'I commend Piso's Cure for

bough to :about one cord of wood some and The proprietors of Ihe Moxie Nerve Food. by a severe attack of Hoton. 1ne,. No.t. l1nIIijl il..
at split inflammatory WU.;
once to I
or market.
ship All]L l'A the horse
pack ltKEl: ,
( well
by and .11.0. as for
7 Up speculators sent to the that is creating such t'x-itetnt all o>'er the COnUlIng! l'h..Jl'lan. More as
; of the old, tiresome elbow work :s in small logs. First a platform of rheumatism and BoloL than one mU inn I'):
which Ole country as a rem dy for the habit and was confined to my bed four 1& reats upi Nervous an-t "hv.t I man.
-'. .'Treasury for redempton. Howexen.1 has made the dairy such a drudgery for i'''smal logs is laid a foot from the ground I Ii i nervMH exhau.tion. or l'luor overwork months. I was \IKOT.Premature _.......,*;. E1haulltrd "lIahty'al Impair DebilHy?!
e' sive a trade; has been all time is entirely '. 'i j a space of four inches between each talk, th best sene >et. They say the nervous attended by the best medical miseries, an.l consequent Impurities; thereon.of the Blood and the untolt N. a J. STRIDXR.Y .
unnecessary. Except'the system I is the!: ,c"t of life al,1 controls the skill, but substantial Cuutaius .U) pace* I .
stamped coins he could not tell, but mere packing the old dash-chur l lC On this pyre, 'hich was about seven functions of tie tody. The lunction of the rapidly grew worse until I was reduced the bout popular eraix me.!Heat bin lint trt-atue.full irilt. Warrant- 1

f I should go it has no cheer in it feet long by five feet wide, the two bodies body arj.to tJke nurilkn! and get lid of a correpon to a mera skeleton. Knili h UmcunRe. 1'nceonlyjl Iy>Jlut.ll..hed mall. In the '
a amount had been I' ,, po tpAlif.
probably largo purchased "linz amount of 0 d and impute e mate- and concealed in a plain > PlSQ'S CURE FOR
they had been received in j j and it is altogether too unhandy for the, were )placed, about three feet apart, and r isl. If the nerves are strong ero igh to do this! The disease had gone to my longs arid to the umpefrer Agnig if you send* now. wrapl-T.AJdris: ai Illustrative above. ,I m CURES WHERE ALL ELSE fAJLS.
a a around miniature ] hut we welland the blood itself
a log purifies
l age. revolving churn is the tht'I was every \ mm Best t'ongh Syrup. Tastes good. sec
t. great number of lots for redemption. !I tbinr present to save labor and with which to;, l built to a height of four feet; the cni day ter:of if health not. we in arc nnls'iell.ill. That is tne whole sys region of my heart, and I wasufi"JTy given One Agent(Merchant only wanted .n T-ry town for IE3 1 time. SoldbTdniKKlata.oC.ONSUMPTlON.

I it &the expectation of those who I' use rhc brine to the best perfection.-Our 'i closed space is then carefully filled in THE natives of I In up by the phvsir.'Ti-, vho said I could live
are to be
by far
bought them that they would be redeemed Country Home. with split wood and fine kindling, andnow. the largest sufferers la numorilny.1 S"lt fh4t. coun. but -hours at most, and that all they

everything being in readiness, the try mm railway by theM A: .
whih. could do I.aA.wN: ,
::4 a par they are very much mistaken fire is lighted from the bottom. The ay.entail no los hatcx'er in on the was to make me as easy as possible .
for they be Farm and Garden Notes. oiuj'anie.-v._ by killing the pain by Your 3r oases a re Jtut the Nurry of
can only received & diet being chiefly salmon an oily frequent injections of to ay you ore the "bo-a" tlt.ljt. an I permit me
.4. I bar silver and rcceemed as such. These Cucumber seed is good for two years. sul""stance, the bcx'.K-s!; of the Indians furniture Womann tan give Fncc."What such finish to morphine. I was finally advised by a friendto chip each.uo"l month.) anil They l's pre Punch"th..twct on thi- l.t dmtlnne and 15th ot to PERGHERON HORSES.

coins will probably retard the redemption To lug; ?.!* Psuits work should beI seem to contelj: a considerable amount ol room as 8 tender woman's f Le" asks (;ieorge I take Dr. Pardee's Rheumatic Remedy. I on this cOiNt. O.:B.COKW IN A Co.go-wl,ban*.for'rUC:8Coca the: money. 200

done in sea"on.For oil, n" tacy bur very readily. Whiltlic < Hiiott. N >t any we are happy to answer,provu'ei Addrest It. \ TAXSILI. \ (0., Imported Brood Mares
: of rnmiiti1.atcdiradti1n1ln.ra r m<- I I tl.ejo' of health tempers tie tender Upon being asked as to giving it to me, the fcv. Choicest Families.
tp .. \ garden purposes there is nothing corpses were charring, the friends 01 sJnl. The pale, anx.o1: s bl odl ss face DR. -
and result in loss to those the deceased continued (f the the physician said: "I have no faith in HAIR'S
what 'i better than well-rotted stable to poke them C onstmipti or e\ id -nt i-unVrinjj1" patent LAILGENtMBEUS,
; speculated in them. manure.Thorough with long sticks, occasionally) raking the or 1! (d speptio.' induce :eelingsosorowand medicines, but give it to him; it will not hurt All Ages both Sexes
) I preparation the is i & ref: m our part aiil < ompel \" to led th.-m of ASTHMA
ground him.
_ 1 fragments of burt flesh from the fire and Dr. I'.erte's; "(Jolden Medical Uisco\e-v," theo.ereisn STOCK.

JEFF DAVIS has been 0 of vital importance in raising good vege napping them in blankets, ek.- remedy for consumption and other I was then so near dead that my limbs were ,
reported Has
as skins
table system. ai C U R tens of thi-u-
cold below E
about visit the ; Alatla Free Pr deisia;) and other digestive well. : the knees, and a numb sensation .is | Kiiudii. The only Asthma Cure and
Washington first iTi
I 111. Trpatnirnt
t I Kxperimcntsshow that the native J everywhere. began to I world that known to the medical
s' thickJ creep over my body, and I sufferetl will,
'. time since UC1. A few days ago he j I tkiuned grapes arc better winter ; '' A Sharp Crow. ForK thousand tons of old horseshoes are to with great pain in my chest and about will lila be and found hay in positively.jorinnnrntlyeura nov M. Cnqucstlona'ble evidence A 11th. A

to a friend "I have been than our improved varieties. '1 b* expTted to China. here they will te melted heart. my I PIl.II. page Treatlie. sent free. -
lad : united Engineer Jack Ellis of the Philadelphia I up into sal r 'bates! and knives. After I had taken the first few doses I W. II.\lK.Jti I : W. 4th ..CincinnatiO. A '

: to go to Washington us the guest of the I I swine arc to be kept on the f"Tt the ., and Heading railroad, is the owner I experienced more pain than before, for it I ItI

.4) rifle company of Vicksburg, whk-h I I (! profits wi b** found! in the finest <0' a crow, that judging from its presentat)1eiIriLflee I Rest T. e o('d'ootl proverb nrr it I'm certainly in !,mnlle true in Parcel the case. seemed to drive the pain from the vital parts ,I JONESPAYStheplEICHT I tL

appreciate very much, but I have not i breeds that into m'atuml meat the ] h.is grown as large as any of DrI'lerre's 1'lt-asdnt J'unrative Pellets" toward the extremities. I continted to take i E ;

firbt year. i i i crow can possibly grow. He is two fin -which are hi tie susar-w rapped parceIs.ctrce- it according to directions. Four I

thought of going. I never expect''to It has been suggested that faun horesb ]length from the ti> of his beak fo31 =,17 larger ch cdlh'lr than ic mustard i-mvc as*ii*cds done Miniaming up i-i the bciuo as the physician who gave me up called days after to !r.a TOll-n'.COD I... % Hvrt'liiutngZ'Br'Zm tScalra. i- ._
eee Washington again. It, hat,.been a j- sold by weight, in addition to other j!I end of his tail, beak alone b \ elt. >l. repulsive-looking CII. Unlike the me, and said I was much better. In about Tare BCMI and nema Box tit '30O to 400 UlrORTED

great many years since I was then, and 11I.q c so a to induce farmers to raise 'i|r larger than' that of a full-grovrn !J-bg Inheir pil's. bowc\'l'r.ojerati-m-do Uey are Jot> mild police and pleasant griping four weeks I could fit up; I then gained; Zl"tlil 960.Sole.1 For ttt tra UttMUOY I from iYance.all Stud Books.corded with extended ANNtJ.&LLY pedlgimteth*

th country has undegoneinany chang |I UfX Jpd batter horses. eagle. He was captured at Beech Creek, ra'ns. nor lender thj bowels costive after: very fast and became as well asever. [ .., and "*"" ron panesrintt The a hftberon tud book lathe that only haa draft tba

I. es. It would be l IbTieWtli: I <\Accwding'Jo an experienced breeder. ;' Clinton Count Pa., in a somewhat uing.A CHAS. 0. BARXUM. '- JSI IllGu.rllL. N. .. Bvnd tor 120-j i4 emVrsrment tfe C. at01l'U"of the Illustration French Government by KM .

pleasant; ., of Holstcins .combine beef 1 1egree r novel way. lt. fe. against a telegraphwire the res'll of forest culture birds are P.J ew. M. W.
scenes in and about WaBbJutOTAfeL&were te-t te with (that he was thrownto making. aple'lrant'e in Dakota that were Brothe of D. C. Barnum, Attorney, 126 PILES OR. WILLTqse: Wayne DuPagO DUNNAM. ;
of !
nevir sten Ifldian Co., IliiltOO
4. Powers' Pile :
once so familiar to itc/flbaag | 'eQenc< ,1 "".'.' .. the ground badly stunned. A telegraph Block, Rochester, to whom persons will eur, any cas Ointment t 1 '1
him 'up and Delicate d eea"esof eithesex, however inducod. can refer. lag, BIt'.I"II' ('lecrateI lteh.
doubt if I would hardly recognize : Frostofte& cnrooWTEetile' the operator ticked aftet radically .>ile.. tT It} C; or l"rOlrqdinl' PercheronHorses.
I at with 10 1'1T"ED.; .
I nursing him into good condition again, in lor o'urt.Jddrc'. ; cents.I Ask your druggist for Dr. for Piles "Aly. I PhY'I"lan jars Prepared .
stamps Pardee's
city now, it improved and'growj outlet of a but by the bk "orrt.sibrenlary.ld: Remedy raid. 'l. ft.1 by express. pre
a & L dr1
dlsglg 1 tent him to Mr. Ellis a a present. With ca\II.xiatiot. : and take no other. Price $1 bY ir", ,lsts fJr flvtll-d nc-per. bnx.flC.afld9l. Soil .
) ; # into a magnificent No distance of one tile be per bottle; six: n rt'.tpt ot price bv the Large and
city. shallnever I i wi gencrly cd he -"C .. complete
the ( (
a clipi> wing roams over garden bottles, 5. ( Icvelan.
(' found that the drain is injured.Seeds 1. IT is said th.r f' are KJ vanetits: of birds in I Ohle J5"kof Imported talDAT -
1' see Washington again. I'ro get grounds connected with the Ellis re iI the mountains.: cf North Caro.ina. I hen and mares,of aU "

tine too old to travel. $f evergreen trees may be sown !I I hence on West Frcnit street. Like all -- _JPardee Medicine Co.. Rochester.X. Y. FRAZER AXLE awarded aeII. Over m.r 1.3 horses prbPI 1JI .

** wly] 5jBpiing as the ground ('ln beworkcd accomplished corn field whosenatural (our year AU ..tal11001 .

; THE postofiice in India regarded I wr thinly in beds of fine sandy duty is that of lifting inspectors grains of! WestWaterproof BEST IN THE GREASE Cr'. guaranteed l'UII.tIOO1 breed."toelE. .

{ .: i loam raised four inches above the from the if \WEl ,LPUet WORLD trecrdedwlttip.jg, ,, ,
&so miraculous an agency by the abut. J corn grocnd, they have not iSLn.rl 1 Ie KE R the G"DJID" 0i1EerYwh.r, bock) J'el't'hprol1nul J t
$ 1 general 1 ben planted clc -p enough, he h a scien nS'I.1I1'IO\'I-IIWOTBEERPACIC: : ""'II flf't.rIU.guarantee to
more ignorant natives lltoc.'k.
that in
..: i. some II Look out for old and *- knowledge of thievery. shepherd Coat, I I hvarkling temperance t-verag". gallon ot a ueUetouB Imortpr In the C. So etaUf)11 low En..jnore.or lower than any
i bder
out-of-the-way places the letter. sees dog chained to kennel in the is RBIUDSJ purllt the blOOfI. lu strengthens ani Ce-traiLlt. on Southern
a LIC1tn
new names; 0 not yard warrantedat1prno? aDd will Ito"p yoa dry I In I lmw"n.t It l iIIr.ry an.J 1el"y or flavor JO. .JOII SV.AKIN.
I ., boxes j of his victims. 'TSH tb.I.r" .tnn. TUo BOW POVMfL R ICKER It a r*."' Trim* rest. .n.| tu 1111. 1)0: d rvvr.'nhere. 'j'. ,. fox 3" ._ ttIpj0. .
are worshiped. In one case n. they arc knowingly introduced in than on worst Whenever hesexaeaninegnawingabone BR .\' .. .u-..5 41.. Sews of hr.t 'lo'L| Non Cfntiine; without lbs'*FIS fr habit -- 1'1' ---- N.- Y.- .
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A.J. Treatment
man posted his letter i a box and I way, but it is 'el.I to kep the .eyes f I he sneaks er. Tower.Eotoo JLtNE ItEMEDY CO Lafayetteml f citt on trIa
: ehoutcd out its as a of policy.I ] opn.I up l behind him and seizes him by the ---- _
inform m.tt'r i tor.rurm3Uon
desinaton. t I I I t ti; the sudden and unexpected attack TOPEKA I tanl hausns abt-ut T".ka
May we find the idnr has write :
the presiding spirit, whom he supposed nc tt causes the clog to quickly about to Totka Up"l F.Mtnte Pere5.rnot BestCoiirityrnp In time. Tastm
able feg whee hauge by
t b inside. Another native humbly! ben shoul profit charge a>regards thojq p the poultry"-. tuul. out ". hat's there, but crow holds Why did the Women I TO IUVEnTORS'Pa TOl'EIAIcan5.. I-
Op1lon' }
took his and-goes around tail to cowmuniate wIth
shoes he : of yon
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of & approached Twitchel to MbsCf care and I .he ..* 1 I ( ... Wehe. tlUldhu ht'rl t1l..rl.II it
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., the went t cwt up I .ela': r. your 1..nll..n. New York
through various j c'alll1
atention .
devoj and a deer Ii I .a"n" taken 'iit 111 lb. United allYancpd and Rewa". for
tions before and after posting his letter Puehelows is read -THAiiiftoi'it. i; !Y' an I E.uropf', 81000 ca4. of KJ"fI.aD,
tinguishc ,
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and finally put some coppers b by vc taking I sickly witf of this country use over thirteen million cakes of I Sr.50f not. ''lu.lt'r amples the horses worl1 feet"ddr8M$1.3' .'n:3 : 01' PhJ"J"2t, S'eithnt.si'ose Tr.1 Debility'., Nero
:I4YUY that
The newer ones being of much : HEn RoLDa Net-vp nittt'r'fall B..I:
1aner of K UoUJlI.u to ejrSOc..
fore the box a a propitiatory offering,, j j size than ordinary. aud the shoots corning: I 1! Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886 ? I P S I. oa"r"t H h.. enl'hn'I Co.. 3 y, Utb St.I'Ua".1'1 5oti bylI Herb Drlt'C.-I'too.Medlcllllt

I retiring i the same attitude of huj j I out feebly. Th fruit h i small, inferior cod _._ enSaDi'iS_h___ fnr l-,1.Clrn'Ur4 Alt! Y. ua.hIngn CUJ_ I. EJ. n.:t. E N TS x Sf'n stamp tot

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