The Starke telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086646/00018
 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 21, 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: UF00086646:00018
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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|jj. The importance of the fish trade is ilj& STRENGTHYJFFERING. -- J. ::::_::i .'- -. .-. .. .

'. ;Justratcd by the recent leases issued man enough to desire your welfare first Elma Warriner the other hand r er-damnUo: All good px jl e reco .V., --41 -.
at Each heart that of all? Do think on r vice of slandering individual l.l i- aa rather In .
'e sorrow you I would let any could not refrain from REV. DE. TALMAGE. I niz an > f hv prt your lips the r'I '%
Market f of it.
New York City twelve some memory of one talking I many do not sjc the sin of slanderirig an organization. closing Befebazzarean <
last cp
year ago-of .
-.ltn _o'erhelmg woe summer Fielding must have been ill-natured on or the .Christian 4STJs
commun -
been tl,500 -however wal
: hving taken at rent.ktA Reaps wth own uubr i and precious, stand between you some other score when one night he responded I .The ar old secret societies in this and < chc rather hare for YOu & .

great many fish must be old to clear an The tears tht othe1lw, your happinesf"Ve impatiently to a remark of hers THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY some of them enthre old, pall-bearers-the elders of a Christian chnr ? .
While \ never live which have been widely im- or the companions whose "
over again 'last a' i -
aggregate rent of $15,000.AdclinaPatti cumbers day by day our Ned Denton. His 11 ; .
concerning .
"< And '" she replied with answer was moralftud damaging in their influerce. yet I fall of slang and innuendo Who would you i ,
--.- weary hours grow long. straint.summer some con- almost sneering: "You make a perfect .hat*tnndrwls of personal friend *o belong rather have for your eternal companionsthose ,. '

i''A-, Bright hope shall light the clouded way;' god of him for what he did!" them. friend who ar cn
V" is in her fOtty-sevcnt1 Then suffer and grow strong. "You are right." he echoed, in a lower Elma gazed straight in his face for a Subject: "What is the Moral Effect the cburch' faithful bttg gambling, se. carousing -. 1

f, and Lull Lchmann tone-almost too low of Secret Societies?" relations of ofvirtue vile your .
year in forty-fifth. to be audible above moment. She silent, but her tll JW
'a eyes and child
the kind of
Yes! piety. are bright girl whom
Both arc singing superbly, and immense Strong in suffering, strong i hope, the water-clamor, "we never live them had a dul ominous gleam."If friends wbo Tey ha\e for mv netr: Lr tt Oh. you would not hara t '

audiences are spellbound Strong hers by conscienee led,,' over There is only one thing been lost," she said, very TEXT: "Discover not a secret t another.* if I am so 8!to If\e my awy M much nht would you,if yon. had .-

,4 by their voices. 'Gainst every bitter sin con I would like to say to you, Elma. You slowly and coldly, "I should never have l'verb xxv., 9: household at the time of de1 and they ar kow was away so soon! D '

Jhc fact says the Mull (.Courier, is a Tat rears it vicious head cp won't be It is this: Be sure you forgiven mysl." appears that in Solomon's tit a i a the men whom would carry we out to yo house b nve beenthe same .
ang. the 1 You since. never .
sleep 1.bEn cannot You wfe np. t
know subsequent periods of the las a de
.lesson to young vocalists who are ambitious germs of hope surround each heart, mind. sid Fielding, angrily, people tell all me >> to she has never over it. She get

: to be full fledged soloists: in a few .. The sue and the dew, "You-you think I do not now?" she "perhaps I am to take this as an indication It wa to muc, di, ; physicians t they revealing knew. bad institutions. They are the men lon over it. Howlong the evenings are with n

and who (of affliction's smart; questioned sharply."I of a change in your feelings towar the C blb their lawyers exposing stamp on everything iniquitous, and I would one to put to bed, a n O t whom t. .

summers, ept to acquire be- Then suffer and be true cannot tell. I hope you do. Not me. Perhaps I am to the private affairs ptitnt clent neighbors certainly rather.take their testimruiy in regard tell the antiful sore -
for they arc twenty-live what can alone all men are wont to take such disappoint would like to end the engagement." averting the faults of door resi to such societies than the ts' mommy of Wht a pit it home is in cannot spend Y-
to her
those who, in mor trying help
with In the red battle-field of ments philosophically. I do not think They had been together in her pret friends betraying confidences. ha'ingbn sworn ns* mbr bear e-tg You
come long experience and normal le sitting One-half of the trouble of every community bv their 1""ult upon society con thEm- sr. can never drown that Tv
development.] Its turbulence and din, that Fielding wonh." mother's cottage parlor. She arose at his comes from.the fact that so many people haveno selves p rjurr One of these secret\.5 Aietip grief in t we c You can never b 4

In eveY-8'ne in hum i Miss turned a shade words, and, ere leavin the room, said: capacity to keep their mouths shut gave for the relief of the siok in 1S,I I. hi this I avray from te arms that-used -
--- -- Temptation, sorrow, paler. Her dusky complexion had a I "You may take it so, if you choose. I When I hear something disparaging you cuntr#1,490,374. Some of these seti0 I fUg a.n.y ne she used Do tosay- ,-
8 bluish look. adore and I loathe !" my first duty inotOt'tl you. But if I tell a very heaven "Pap tnght ,
That ingratitude
Of the bringg You aHe
thirty-seven oleomargarine fac- brver be .
chi pallor t the face, you what said you shine into th: home I m.tonight" ne\er
'tories in this country eleven are in Chi- Tat mars domeic'lght, "Are you getting a chill?" cried In way she freed herself. and thengojut and tell everybody elia.what, "suffering. Byerl of them are foundedOn ,-wipe away frm yo lips the dying kiss of.ytflr1ittte .

And Denton. That evening Denton'came to her. I told you, and they go out and tell other fidelity to gooH citizenship and the Bible grL fascination of a bad se- "" *' ,
and none is found cast of that city smother every tender ga "Not at all. But They sat for a time in the porch of her what I told them that I told you, and We : I have never taken one of their I.crtt society s great that sometimes a man .
Still I don't
cg suffer and see Harry a I im turned back on home when his t1.
b rght. mother's go out, SOme tQ the originator of They might give me the a h h
internal revenue officers. In Feb- cottage. I hut up I child
anywhere. It is of fever. He .
he should wa jrent
stay and others .
strange I story it down, we shall get times, and I would not recognize u I amignorant dying
mary 2,G 1:;,7.9 pounds were made, Refined by suffering, overwhelm'd away so long." "Are you sure, he inquired, "are you the whole community talking about what of their words, and I must away. he. ot bacK at mktnigpt toe 0. .
and removed for .With thine and others' cares Denton put up his hand to shade his sure you have made no mistake in break- you did do and what you did not do, and jude entirely p the outside. But eyes had been.k clo the undertaker .
sale and had
| .Uxed ; -
only ing your engagement to'Fielding?" there as 1 alps taken though Christ given U a rule by dcnaoII a teE ,. -
Be true, be brave, be armed and eyes and looked out over the water. The I wi b a ha worn .
:" 38,100 pounds were exported. What 'Gainst current wiles hel'd sun dazzling."I She drew more closely about her a, Moo had swept upon a helple which, may judge not only all nd i\idlal.. conscious ot irf-tt next Toom. Then.the u returned ,
and wn but but their
two secret and !
snares ears 'ly
would become of those factories, asks do not him he answered shoulder a little scarlet shawl she wore. -iage ha\e one sietie. open. 1*thlae upstairs, and he sees tha.cradle" ** Z :
.. Proud in thy strength, heroic pride see ether, a physiological: suggestion that we frt ye sha know them Bad .iete ...
"I think that don't know
"' the New York Times, if .an Can ill endure and continued to gaze. suppose you ought t hear a good deal more than we tell. bad Goo s-icieties good gone windows u and says: -> :
attempt every I my own mind," she said. "I suppose Let join a that w.o A bad will not in "What.iF; the.matterr On ,
"He is a perfect swimmer said the u conspiracy .wi tel men. man stay a so- JugmDy
should be made to sell pound of Though in temptation each 101 ha find out what the '."" i
,,. every doubly triel; girl j you think I haven't any mind of my other all good and nothing ciety. A good man will not sfav in r .i 'a *5S
this great product to consumers for what Then suffer and be pure. uneasiy. "And" he surely would own." ill, and then there will not be such awful needof I ciety. Then try all secret societies b?tw.o o ,1 help yon! I a gi -. .
not make i
to stout
. -CharlttJ. Beattie go far. I sermons on Slomon's words: "Discovernot I three.rules. v: : a'very rope. You ft -
is? in Inter-Ocean. has very much that appearance, sometimes a rftpemalter will take .
really. "Can you stay here alone? Denton "I a secret to lest tne nrst: 'uric mmienceoa borne, if: T.q ,
asked quickly, "or can in ashore he anower< cOly.She Solomon had very large domestic circle. you have a home. That wife soon Joses her' threads And wind them together -
you go
-- .
'. by the line? Til look for him." reflected for a moment. In his earlier days he had very confused notions influence over her Ins'nll who nvrvousJyand a while they become ship cable, And 1 am ; _

A bill ,i be presented to the next BASE INGRATITUDE. "I'll "I have always known my own mind," about monogamy and polygamy, and foolishly lok upon all evenin5absenee going to tae someverysm1dellcatethreadsanti *
go ashore', she had begun to say, his multitudinous in the assault How th- 'il' together make a-
? provide for the by when she s"5d then, quite deliberately, "except Q"iate mtrimo a an 01 lomtdty. r f will nntt.to "
Congress purchase o he had plunged out through a big I nial state kept him too well as to great enterprises rEform. art, and literature very rope .
the government of the battlefields of BY LILY CCRRY. wave, and could no longer hear her. i 6n one occasion. what was oing on in Jerusalem. They gathered and beneficence and public winl to IK cf the mcmage day-a thread of laughter,. '
She turned and made her Denton was silent a little space. Then up all tho pr'ade of the city and carried on if every man ito ILIVC his a thread oflght. a thread of mu,a thread .. 'f/
Lookout Mountain, Moccasin Bend, The first two weeks of September arc slowly way I he'leaned closer to her. "Will you poured them into and his family b world bounded on one side by his fnait doorstep of Kinqveting.a of cfgWtona. .
Chickamauga and Mission Ridge, for the undoubtedly the finest of all summer for clinging ever to the s ggingrope. I me what the occasion was and when? tel came a Sorosis, or female debating society o and on the other side by his beck win I t\it th"1 together and .". .
I take thread
But she Then a of the hour of the ,
had .
not far when
some- after all '
ocean batlunThe gone Tot, discussing day day dow, knowing nothing higher than his own f ..
purse of establishing and maintaining water has at length thing checked her steps and caused her asked, softly. i ties between husbands and wives, between attic, or lower than his own cellar ad vint in your house.a thread of the -" [ sthatpree&ed.andathreadofthe

far become C:1bly warm, and the waves, turn and She looked at him with tears welling I employers and employes,between rulers and wife who becomes jealous of her Tat light that followed *a' _
a national park, preserving so as possible so sharply face seaward. 1 : _
and thread of the
though high, run regularly and J' up! in her dusky eyes. subjects, until Solomon, in my text, deplores I attention art. or or religion, or ; a beautifulscarfthst < : ,
A wild t lteratur .
for instant made her -
the outlines of the battlefields and with I outcry an little chill use! wear when she bounded r
affairs that do to
certain not of t
lelong charity sceptre con
I evenness that a fair swimmer "You know! she answered tremulously yolubilyalJut i breaking O' ..
stand still out at and .- .
hear A bitter cry, and sud- virtue of secretiveness. an instance a eventide greet you: the a Y .
erecting suitable monuments to the memory -I can and and laid her Dead his u power. wher
comprehend count upon. At i hoarse shouts. Then the beach i upon By the power of a secret divulged families, jug thought that her was threat of th3 beautiful dres in yow .' .
the '
.of the fallen men, with statues of thekadiuggeneralsof resorts along the New Jersey coast, I' blackened with men and women by thousands !,i shoulder, where it*had always seemed tohiimtobelong churches, neighborhoods, nations fly apart giving many nights to Christian htr away for the resurrection; and then .0

the Union and Confederate for instance, this is a season of absolute other than the !i 1 By the power of a secret kept great chrite service, to charitable sn'ic jo I twist all these threads together, and I have ,
I bather I another land. Then I take a'thread of .
water The sociaht ics, reformatory movements and religious convoca ;
revelry. beach peopled with I "Man drowning!I" That was all. That I pye-metig t scarlet rolie of the suffering Christ, .
armies alike. thousands of Feeding Captive Monkeys.The tian enterprises may b advanced. Men are decoyed hi-n away thE
figures, happy and picturesque was the awful cry.ElmnaWarrinerstandingstatuelikewith. II givgariuus-cattle in fish until now lie attends no church, waits upon and a thread of the wbit raiment
-or grotesque, as the case may be. monkeys in a New York store for birds.in fok men herd cirle i shol no charitable institution, and I on a rapid of your l.\'tl ones before te the, and a .-. .
America has its "professors of journalism Child, youth, adult, all arc here. "The eyes straining to know the worst could the sale of wild animals are served with may by gun scattera way to destruction, his morals gone, his string of the harp cherubic, 1 s o '. '. : .
I I twice Ilock of of and I fear his soul Let the harp scraphic-and I twist them : :.
strong swimmer calmly] cleaving his four courses of food a day. The quails, or by the plunge money gone gofle. atot" ,
but England is faid to be about to way not even feel the water that lapped her and I have a "Oh, # ,'. ..
out through the breakers the timid first course, says the Sun, consists of a the anchor send apart the denizens of the any Christian wife rejoice when her husband thir sd say, :. 1
have a school where newspaper: work ; nov- feet. She was incapable of feeling anything sea, but they will gather themselves together rn'rte evenings to tha service of human "either strand fast a word -
ice full of diluted milk.
shrinking at each new burst of salty ; cold ice; frozen from head to smal frying pan again. I you, by some new power, could ity, of God, or charity, or art, Ir anything No; I will take these strands and I w 1"1
shall taught. The is that a cer- suds and the a with blue side whiskers them and end of :
would-be one
b story brave one, prancing foot. For now she knew-half intuitively monkey, break asMX-iations in which men now elevating. 1 to-thtr rope .
well-known London journalist is to dctiantly knee-dppp'in the I buried his nose in the milk, and then stand, they would again adhere. God meant But let no man sacrifice home life t'> secret I not to the communiontable .
half circumstances '
brine by -that his muzzle board. it so. He has gathered all the flowers and society life, many do.I c'an out to for it shall b rove not t a pi :: i
at the carefully wiped on a a
yet clinging
same time with pit .
a school in which receive Harry Fielding was out there beyond of the for ". .
open Impi. hal in shrubs into tiation You may plant on 5 you a great many names of m ho are crmble i
rich-brown American
instruction "in the writing of desperate grip to the lifeline.It reach of the boldest and going down to A South puma,. forget-me-not or Il arts-a alone, away ot: guilty of this teriegl. They are as genial ages: Ori wind it round and rud the ', '

pargph was not long since, at one of these his death. I a cage above that of the monkeys!, had upon the hillside, will soin hunt a angel at society room, and as C Christ-and, having .. '

reviewing, short-Kind, special resorts, a heavenly morning-the sky a I been served a small frying pan full of up some other forget-me-not or h at home. They are generous on fa d cue end of the rope to the cross, I '

& war correspondence, sheer dazzle of sun and palest] azure the She could not .stir. She could only I cooked beef. The handle of the frying enS Plants love company. You will\rts fUI all .Subjects of wine suppers, yachts and thro-v the other end to you. Lay bl of Itt t"
; Pull for life! Pull for ;
stand there feeling frozen. talking each other in the dew. fast but they are stingy* ut the your
from between the bars of thlf hors :
t A
dramatic sea booming on the white sand pan projected _ _
leaders, 'subleader art and grandly The shouts of outcries constantly increased galaxy of is only a Uutuallfe wives' dr and the ehillrn.s.hl' That "
and all the the The monkey saw an .
merry thousands hastening cage. opportunity am-e You a man man made that healthful '" 1
criticism editing etc. The e until the hubbub was madden- company. Smltille s ha wLih DONNELLY In to a
luxTICS .
sub-editing aswer
down to meet it. to secure an unaccustomed morsel, with no of sympathy: His influence, a usurper his affection, and :
:New York Commercial adds with some Two men and a woman left the fourthof ing, it seemed to her. And still she and he climbed up the iron bars between nature is out-hranchilg(: like a ship's mast he has married it. and he i guilty of moral letter from a writer i Washington t -

will their stood there, with capability for just one \ him and liberty grabbed the handle. ice-g'azed which the Dot agilj sailor bigamy tinder this proeea-;, the wife whatever '
sarcasm: Upon graduation pupils party, an elderly lady, who was agonized idea; ane could! never climb. Others have thousand her features, beeom>s uninteresting who wanted to know when hla! ShaksVV .- .

be ready to.take any position that may not in bathing costume, as were they, I could only swim!" The puma growled a snarling protest, and roots and a thousand: branchei a In- and bo ely. He 'becomes critical 1 ; peare-Baron cipher book ou1 be .: *, .., .
safely ensconced with camp-stool and "I put his big paw on thefn'ing pan. The numerable tendrils climb their her does like drew does ..
I hPIr not the '
o ffnl 8e1'i le of messenger boys, umbrefa, where the sand was quite dry Harry Fielding, her lately avowed monkey was not dismayed, however, but and blossom all the way up, and th not lko' the way she t1'an l ready, responded as follows from St. 0

tnc.nicat supernumeraries, and street lightly down to the first thin, lover, the man wno had weaned her heart kept on rolling the pan until the meat of heaven sing in the branches. In cons her ,-i ama that fie ever was -> mi- Paul, where he has been in attendance \

. I of the To be strict from Edwin Denton. Harry out there, had been shifted down near the handleof quence, of this tentlency we find men coming romantic a her hand and heart. the :
edge water. Legislature:
sweepers. ly accurate, ther in churches ?, on : "
? togi There societies -ership
battling, struggling, dying tl'ihesit are where mem 1
_ but two of them tripped lightly; the She fancied shesaw his arms flung the frying pan. Then he dropped the in sOletil' Some gather together to culti' aJways involves!'rt domestic shipwreck. Tell Your vlu&J' favor i r cciTcd I a.few '''
who and up handle, and, seizing a piece of the beef, some to p'an for the welfare of has certain and thank 0'I
in .
woman, was young her own for the last time themi hush! ars nip that a man joined a kinl days-leas than a wek-I go l.
Why .
The order of the KingsDatighters way, beautiful, and the smaller and less ; began to devour it. the Stato, somo to discuss religious themes, tel me nothing more about him for 'tal' I God. I came hqre to try and help the people. -
in New York or f-o should they cheer? What was that? When the big, solemn, 125-pound some t kindle their mirth, Fome to advan I will writa his history if he bcstiifali\e. .
originated a ago buS .
year thoughtful the and -
men. The I have Tvorkod intensely -
appearing :
. Who was that out there? Could baboon had his share of milk and water their Cff. So every active community is The man is a wine guzzler, his wife- )listenty. .' : "
writesa 'f'Rpondentofthe Philadelphia third of the party folow.d with a gravityof the gleam of orange and a paler blue than d ( associations of artists, of broken-hearted or pre'naturely oM, his I the money v'f the railroad corporations has triumphed !

Pm, and it has and multiplieduntil countenance was almost absurd in salty waters? Why should they cheer? and the thirst of thirty other monkeyshad merchants, of bookbinders, of carpenters, "of fortue gone or rcud. nnd his I and our session will amount t ncth *' .f J -,
grown the second .
With his been assuaged, course, of plasterers of shipwrights of a meta dir. tory. '
mason I shall
conjunction costume.
> I utterly '
Having Ixml am
it includes to-day some hundreds of entered the Was it because another risked his life to consisting of stale bread, was passed plumbers. Do you cry out against it} Then Here are six secular nlhtl in th) we k. ; dlsgste reD 0
hundredsof water, they naturally sepa- save her lover's? Was it because Ned around. did not take you cry out against a tendency divinely im- 5'What shall I do with them f says the father with pleasure to cpher. I am ashamed of .
hill and other monkeys so
the )Murray girls rated. The young man was of the slender, Denton had not waitedhad, not hesitated, j I Tl and it I' planteJ. Your tirades would accomplish no and the husband. "1 will give four ot th>>se myself for hiving: waited co much valuable .

the tenement-district girls. Outside willowy, graceful type; a blonde with had gone out there to save the man who kindly to bread, ate only afer' more than if you should preach to n busy nights to the improvement entertainment time with Lcwgags and corrnptloaiata 1 fee ; .. : .:
the river toBrooklynanq golden tintsof hairand beard. Moreover biting off the crust. But the ant-hill or hoc-hive a long sermon against of,my family, either at home or in good '
" the city it has spread across had robbed him of her ]love? Hush! I' degraled S.-
,served relished. So secret societies.: 'chari
word and raw, were heartily I will devote one to ; .
of the State to_the stu every gesture.seemed expressiveof } Another cheer! Was she dead herself? fond indeed, was the blue-whiskered Here we find the oft-discussid! question tble neighlrhl.institutio I will devote one to my I know yon do not take any stock in ths ca- !

intense selaps(actln and self-grat On either side of her some one had i I wl.ether a soci it ions do their work with that I bad written a letter t some one in .a
and the residents citizen from African jungleof this Jersey tnt JI A hard .
College ification, possibly relative to some late caught her arms and was jagging her., an closed doors anr their members bypasswords congratulate you. Here is a man who that tho cipher had f.dOl The _.
resorts where Fifth tid-bit that he ate his own share and gie't ca-h other -w.th rOut of tho six secular nights of half the summer personal triumph. the beach. It seemed to her that she : says: man \vlio mule that statement ( good oldHorarj <
!" he cried up : then pulled his mate out of a corner by ,eorct rip are right or wrong. I answer week I will devote fivo to 1Mlges and cuh. a I
avenue disperses itself in July. The ( c reaching out joy- must shriek aloud. Yet she was dumb, the ear, soundly cuffed her ears, and appropriated that it lU-pMulsont.ivly: 0: the natura of the and nssohtioli and out to the h,>mT | Grecley, in his indignant way would '

King's Daughters have never cumbered ously to the girl But she drew back; and growing deaf and blind, she thought. I her portion of the object for which they meet. Is it to pass night: spcn-1 in scowling like a Jfirchsquall have tad) is "a bar'; and a horae-th" The s,- .

the could not "Sol? he said carelessly Only her mother caught her in her arms. fragrant the hours in revelry wns.'i blasphemy wishing I was out spending it as I cipher: has not faiol. I propo;o to stick t i.
themselves with constitution or by-laws, and plunged her there i vegetable. and obscene talk, plot troubleto have spent the other live nights." That ion'sobituary ; ,
cried in of
of leaving "Mother, she a voice that book unid I pit it in the
i The fourth and last course consisted of tho State to debauch the innocent out of my hand to
and their so far as they the other or one t
organization, near man. was also with its "Mother will i writen So 1)I'J I do that July. =
grated own agony; dried corn, which was rained in upon then I sayiih: an emphasi that ever S the wrong printer: and hope to by To .
of fair of but his
have any at all, is after the fashion complexion, close-shaven they both be lost ?" the monkeys like hail stones. The animals that no man can mistake: No! ever stops. Gradually his heath will fail won I will nsrer cease to be Istonuhed
Times hair had the look of brown velvet and his And another cheer. th? dcfen of rights of class late hours and miuclistimulants
Edward Everett Kale's Ten !. now maddening I showed their taste in of object tht any through to m j )->kr but at time it -
violet were fringed with lashes disposing the of the he will be lirst-rato foi ,
against oppression improvement
four large eyes The life savers going out, and strong prey erysipelas will contain.! 'UUle a wee." "itand still and
Oneclub, with Henry Wads-worth's almost black. i the corn. They seemed suffused with a mind, the! enlargement of the h"ar thj advancement and rheumatism of the The

mottoes "Look and not down, out He.had stooped to put some water ropes gradually uncoiling. sense of repletion, and they cracked the of art,the defl'rs government doctor coming in will at a glance hear! f not sea the salvation of the Lord." With great regard '4
up on "God! prayed Elma Warriner on her torn kernels of corn with the leisure of the extirpation of crime or tho kindling only present diseaso he must fight, butyears your friend, IOJUTICS DONNZIXT. -. 7.

and not in, forward and not back, and his head, and looking up he saw that the knees, there at her mother's side; "God, their after-dinner nuts. of a pnrfleartel sociality, then I say, of fast living. The clergyman for j --., tt *

lend a hand." The Kings Daughterswear young lady stood alone, her gaze resting if only their strength may last!" I gentlemen picking with jus as mu emphasis: Ye. the sake of lie feelings of the IN i.paper entitled "The Handwriting ,- ", -
quietlv him. no nead that we ) for the family, on the day will only talk in
the Maltese cross, I H. N., and 'Shall upon I take you out a little further Would the le- a"ersnenrn'ach them? I Various Kinds of Eyes. coii'meat of right over wrong should plan publish! religious fuer. The men wh got his of the Insane," recently read in Philadelphia .- .

hook to invalids, Every second indescribable torture! Emerson has of the to all the world our inkltion. The Uenlrlof yacht in the eternal rapids will b at the ATra. Hazlehurst said -
send spoken
there are tens that he asked. wel eye ,
Yet the men had responded I an army never sends to the opposing obsequies. They have pressing engagenlent'
tens that teach working girls!to ww and She shook her headwith a fretful curve had: been hardly minutes prompt that threatens leveled rifle-how troops information of the coming attack. that day. They will send flowers c that the giving way of the mind iu an

that in the hospital, of the lp."You alarm. I often is it seen! You need not visit campsto Hhal we who have enlisted, in the cause of 'will send their wives to utter words of sympathy educated was often shown in -
to cook, tens sing look too sober," she said. "You find it; the counting-room and the nOI and humanity: our plans to but they will have engagements else person
the blue
tens that visit sick children, tens that want to drown "Mother, can you-can you see office contain it quite as often, and tho enemy J No! exp in secret where. They never come. Bring mo m:ilkS bad spelling, blotting, frequent erasures .
ill-natured might me. and yellow? Oh, God, save him for his plot ihe iiiin* of the and chisel, and I will cut on the tombstonethat
pledge themselves to say no He took no notice of the closing petu- bravery!'' sometimes it is seen even under crimps. of Satan an 1 his a enter1s. Whln man's epitaph: .Blessed a the dead the absurd use of parentheses,

of their neighbors, and tens that lance. Then she shut her cars with her fin !' But the threatening eye is not to be con- they expt us bJ'day, we will fall upon them who die in the Lord." "No,":you say, .thatwould italicization, and underscoring in ex-

thinS themselves in almost every branch "You think I should not look sober, gers: the men were drawing in the ropes; I founded with the commanding eye or the by White they are strengtheiing not b appropriate." "Lt me di the cess. Insane pride and obstinacy take ,
interelt : wild beast The last mentioned the their left wIng we viIt tloube! up their riht death of and let last entl b
work of the higdty, then? the rhythmic, awful chant of the voices eye. rghtu woul and it is said, make frequent -
of the I and inhuman of all i is By a plan of battle frrmed in secret you sy, that to'capitals, ,
philanthropic most seen
"I'm I think nothing whatever j savage
sure measuring the length of and telling will them Then the nrJlet
its foi I pull we come suddenly upon crying: give me letter "P which be- .
Each group marks programme Mr. Denton. You have relieved me of the when to case and ]let out with the ebb of chiefly under the brows flushed or pale "The sword of the Lord and of Gideon." and aproprit.and I will cut an honest epitaph use of tho ,

itself, and the only bond of union is the necessity." I wave. j from debauchery), and, according to cir- Secresy of plot and execution are wrong : "Here lies the victim of dip tig comes perfectly enormous. Many ol .

ribbon and the cross: "In He took a step nearer to her. His face They were pulling in-what, whom? I cumstanc.es, it has a restless or f fixed only when the object and ends are 'associations." these indicia were to bo found in the .
royal purple nefarious. Every family a secret I Another test by which can find whether
and treacherus I
i Then there is the cruel i
His Name." fluvhed. There, in the edge of the II Would the savers bring one rescued man, glre. society, ever business firm and evEr your secret soci.ty is right or wrong is the handwriting of ex-SheritIRowan, who a-a. *
ocean was an absurd place to show feel- drowned two drowned two rescuedor :. eye. This is peculiar and rather banking a11" insurance institution._ effect it has occujwitioii., I
... one 'h !_ __ ___ ,1: __ _.. upon your S'la became insane in nun, too,
_. ing. But he seemed to forget their surroundings -1 none at all, or not even a form less common. 11 is a com gray-uiurrcut. men who have no capacity to keep a cin understand how through such an ins* recently
co1 "intellectual .with dark secret are unfit for positions: of tru>t any reach commercial success.itu-l noted another peculiarity ten -
The Cincinnati i Cmnnierri'il declares !, and to see only her dark, un- with the soul battered out? could from the gray' 1 tion a man can was
where. There thousands of m n formed their best lrusine -
who know some men -
There is n instead
that "a new interest has arisen in Ameri common beauty, her flashing, conquering say? edge to the eyeld. Sometimes none more vital need is culturing a capacity t keep a I relations through such a channel. Iqthe dency to commence at the right

the continued outbreak j. She held her fingers in her ('ar The thoroughly repelent. a secret Men talk too much, and women t. secret society h o\ntge you in a favorable of the left hand side of the paper, this .
can-grown figs, I eves."Elma "I have done : yellowish eye looks at you There is 1 ime silence But
he said a one.
quietly} chant of the toiling men would have cat-lke t keep a 'el a carried so far that often he would jot
: being
of A"iu confidence in the Turk I crazed her. tunity." Other kind are secretive not belonging any of the great more anxious how they trust you with a hale leave himself room on the paper to "
crated a lack of sincere. And amid louder shrieks and hoarser the secret societies: about which there has beenso of goodsHave themen whose name were

ish fig. Twenty 'ear ago an American "0, yes; but too much sincerity bores clamor the savers staggered ashore at last, eye, set so far back that you not see much violent discussion, I have-only words ._down in the commercial agency A 1, beforethey complete even his signature. .
I the expression, the foxy, the critical, the which have for.
one at times. of praise for those associations the society, been going down
fig at the North was a rare fruitlnd very The man started, his lips moved, and laid two forms upon the !:ld. loving, the sensual, &c. The list is long, thiir object the maintenance of right azinst since enter corerciastndingl Thenlok.t MRS. I'ETriE GBEESE acted charao- -

effort was made to cultivate young Life was in both as yet. But Iarn'FirMing but of all the most is the noncommittal : the reclamation! of You
little common % inebriat : every
systematic then he seemed to recall some resolution, and l dy teristually when she went to tho
I needed much rolling ], score of mutual sietie. to through
skil is it that the to
that fruit anywhere in this country. ant no sound issued from his tightlysetjaws. to bring him around. n- eye.overrated frequent index. .. by different names, that pro eblihment exc'e of one or r membr tb Qu4e tty and personally deposited .
: is greatly as a general ;
resided in eye relief for widows
who temporary am -, fortune beaten to death
An old friend of ours the other hand revived speedily. bl and Eeadiag -
that he The girl continued to speak, however, 1 on } 1 of character; we really form our judgment ..-.,_ and for men incapacitated by Jck-* bat, or cut amidships with the prow<-fjhe 1OOiahuladelphia .
Chillicothe, 0., med to assert insolent tone. i and tried to stand alone upon his feet. I from the rest of the features. When you. ness or accident from earning a Hveho or going down under the sw Bllilroftd securities under the re-
in the studiously att
f8Ul' His face was as ghastly: as the other's, and Had not been for the r drowned In -
for family supplyin well mustered the different kinds of r\rg'n horses, or
have 'I. fac t
could raise figs enough "Wh are we standing here? At least i had the same blue circles around the organizations eoontry Monon; -- qttiMlBaDt* &f the reorganization plan,
ar,d createdsome the line. I I I then try to account for their differ- its taton C -* Irr"JL-t!''* t_
his greenhouse ant garden, you might take me over to mouth and eyes monopoly would long ago have, under t Ixn b' ) Inve1igatcr. A .
his own expense by certainly shall have lessons when we go I e'es. i ences on anatomical principles. The comi ponderous- whel grotuid the laboring was theVillede ck. her
merriment at feel I "I am all right, mumu.d feebly, of an expression are cer- classes intolerable! servitude. \1 1 /. I nted to charge
is absurd for one to i i I
partially successful efforts to do so. But back to town. swimmers then his half-open eyes fe1 upon Elmai tsrahnot e'e's There arc the color, .': The men who want the whole earthto The tht.r 1 y 19- __ her securities, but she -
of this go dependent. And these good Warriner. She had from Felding'ssitle. ; themselves would have got it the : ;
i \ steaiyOt I b I whEther t
of movement I Philadelphia
of late the semi-tropical bel degree openness, thaislie could to -
years arc always s selfish. I. 1 fore this, had it not been for good or bad is th ..: .ite o replied go

i found to b favorably adapted He put out his hand. I "You saved_ _him_ ,"-- she_ cried, with. an' vacillating, &c. Can these materc1ements banding together of great secret organiza- sense of moral and rlgoolgatol ow;i and back for $4, and she did so, .
count alone account for the And, while we deplore I should take the in
it is us. many if
and said
this he simply. ] 1 thing
of the fig, "Come way, I sob. Perhaps her voice grated her securities in a sachel.
>hysterical 'I ful you sometimes meet? tht have been done by them, their this audience th morning?and. put theCton : carrying
probable that a large moiety of our pres- They made as pretty a picture who as had any : ,ain as a little while before. There transparency are eyes which seem actually open. necessity, and their leitiat sphere distinctly a roll, then I shou lay that She has grown enormously rich by
of the thousands couples i The throng took her words with a : pointed out by providence of Go L roll hick cf this A
is of home production. I windows in which the invisible spirit I tha pennies as well as the
: ent from watching
supply down Such
gone down or were going together. | mighty cheer. Fielding had been carried i o organizations a trng t hundred years from now sme
Southern California has proven to 0 a Some of the lookers-on upon the beach its and becomes visible to thecarthlysense ]| their association all favor of take that rl and call it from e pounds in this way, and by the observance .- -
and them I! to his hotel,but the rescuer was yet among i i of sight.-.Mind and X t1lre. f anarchy and social chaos. They will gradually ..not of yon answer. I say that ai,/ "
; favorite haunt of Pomona, tg I singled them out and : i them. I cease anything like tyranny over their that makes me forget tbsTlict isii of a painfully strict economy in '

abound there as wine and "The young lady in white and scarlet? "Give me your hand," one man cried i Derivation Niagara. members ana will forbid violent interference WhenIgotoChgoLatibAtrp1exed her style of living. .

t a 'el With the Italian face? The tall young j i and then another, "God bless you!" I with any man's work whether he blongt at Buffalo, aSI suppo.euny .
grapes. It is remarked that the practice escort in blue and yellow? :Miss Warriner and the amI aloud. II I The word Niagara was probably derived their* union or is outside of it, and trgMJers are to 'whether it :is -- --- .
women .
of crystalizing the green or fresh fig so -Elma Warriner. Quite rich. Hush! Elma Warriner sank dizzily into her I from the Mohawks, through whom their disgust with any such rule as that pawed. better toFtake the LakeShore rout* IT is said since the opening of the I

the French had their first intercourse in Ela by the Manchester BrcIay or the Michigan Centrl equally tpltiolJ salmon -
; as to render it one of the most delicious The mother is there with the red mother's embrace, and heard rather than m! Some had Asiaton. which says any and equally Bkfe, ig t their Canadian Pacific Itailway are
man is Ned Den- men's T with the Iroquois. controversy regular speed, the .that I hear iver. Formerly
; Christmas fruits has become prevalent. umbrella. The young saw Ned Denton borne home upon The workg b-on,1 a at same suppose deserting the Fraser
used to I existed concerning its signifcation. shall be six that on "" track np, thp
third cousin t\o
for ton sort of b shoulders hero. fe shilnj a Q' i tr season
; in the spawning
Fig are very easily cured and packed to her but I hear it is off now; t Mohawks affirm it to mean allusion for first' ofenc f\e shil bridges a. the a u* the salmon .

demand for the fruit is engaged else.' to its connecting the two lakes. It pnc for thethird soarl. th locked, w me a great while lf> ascendtl,the river by the million and
and the .
the is to some one shall be Now there ar .
marry and if still itiug
market I Neutral .
the p .
both in water
I the en- out Of the three, Miss Warriner perhapsfelt is probably the same could be scooped out of the
were Christian an'
i\ at least as rapidly as Meanwhile the young couple tie' commii&jcsecret k in. 0' the they
increasing when Miss Warriner had the shock longer than the two who and Mohawk languages, a they were a prpr. r' 11 N and the unsafe. An." barrelful with any kind of a- .
hand smt the
is at !detiemr c Ly
hanced supply. The time "waist-deep. gown had been so near their deaths that morn !I kindred dialects of one generic tongue.- of the _. ; o. iation tht l'nm. The noise of the
this and wholesome fruit will more gracious. 1. several she remained almost Magazine ( American their a -- iea'i to that fat i vessel arge.enougb.
agreeable she commandedwith For days Hi&tor. a meb'
Ned ing. m
"Go and swim, I. ,. had prayerf the vibration imparted to
plum in her chamber. Fielding ad ir IS BUT ad b Biaton engine and
or 0
become abundant as the pear little laugh. "We won't quarrel.. wholly while there are otht sal, before I siety. I have them
a a
odd the following
and the of cultivation very much and Denton went about as if nothing had In the way of names gbleM : I atrwal I attended the housg of God b the water by the trains running along

area it in "Quarrel he "You think' happened. :Fielding, who was' quite are a little eccentric. They are the names g i I cn myself with that union, j the bank are supposed to have scared
extended. The true fig of commerce P repated. showed the other some extra ol a family in McDtiflie c6unty, Ga. : tim<3 urtTu about sin .. absent from religious iun
If their
white Smyrnajrkriety I would quarrel ? as you wealthy, Adney Detney, Elkey Bet- and In t P s would you rather them, and therefore caused dfparturV. -
.a1l, ; countries has been the mistake- little attentions, it may be, but Deithrofthem Lcnty Edney, try Sphole. tl Wch b\e i
it has all been a .' when come to pan
have told me, and Zebedee flc4ley..S1ra'fl1lh cietfos. \ a ban you ..
Pacific or brown alluded in to the late almost Dry, Malchy Ebney lke wonlc Vj
; but the new caring for each other-and you really any way .Mws. ** the. mfsn(f moral healtl. t c or a Bible Which -:
*' -
IP .Srayrnt.. f most esteemed in the fig ou love Fielding, do you think I would't b tragic occurrence. .-4' -* .,; "&: -

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g f.lJe.IOC.. 5:. When: :{tfJc' vullk sbiUl LnV lt t-n: erected on any street, it shall be the duty ot the owners:of .!lots nllUt'1 "'_9WS"___". .- r" 1.r.r"q. '. JIJ"

w' 'oo. Hug! then< on lj? m( lIla l!"ud kecp- iUl silk in repair and If apy such walk shall be found out of. I'CPur: It I _" r. '
;. I J.e the duly thels.et committee t. owners to cuu e the same: to be
: ( :ivc written notice aforesaid( r 'J 1'ttfll: imtnedirttelv or within twelve1 hours sni 1l owner or owners sh!ixll forfc-it anti p\y n line not kvuh.in: one ;

L cpD Sp (.r more than live dojlars, besides tl. cost of rejniirin: th same, if j-aM rcjviirs: 1 be mi'fe at the expeiiMof the

toyn.pl'rllvct1lhi .Jllmary 34 lMS.'I'. A, KlGiIT.Iu"or.' LINCOLN IrY 1A 1-

:,;.: .. ATTKST,: : H. SPAlilvMAX.. Town Clerk.AXoumxAxrEix ( .I' .

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.stI1rida.. nEt.TllX THE LAitsJr. E 1-4 .Tp. 6 South Rang !- ;
TO 11ES1STIXG TOWN all S 12of Sec',32"
L I lie mayor :11111 nlderlIll'lJ of the tOWII or Starke in council :iseiulltti do crdaL itS follow: t FLORIDA : Being Subdivision of of the F. R. & r- _
MARKKNS i H- 15 0 on
th r znarbha.. SE('. 1. "Iha.t: nny I T!OIl III' l''I''OI: fUllllt1 _IIi1t.Y of i.isiing the inirsliul: ill the Iiciiirge I t1 Ills t111 }'. s.haJl, I West ofF. R. & N. R. R. : 78 acres: Fronting feet

IIpon ('011\111011) lit 111'IIl'ot H'OS tlun fin' *.)) dollan', nr tIIl mol' t Ihl.n twrnt.r.lI\.e (: iJ) tollILrs, Of iri1Irl"n 22 East, lying
; '-. U KXCLCSIVELY IN- I. .' merit ]less 1hal1: 'i"l'; llil.\.. fir lUom twentr Un!, or he uulll 5') lufll niIl impl'lsIl'd- the di8.retlon of Ihe ,i.ttor.i.iItheinrLLal. N. Railroad: 1 -

LIr' t Fu' .- ; .s. Sf'C. I liitiiit p.r..r4t fir ])1':1110: refusing tll assist the mar"hal in lUal\ IInct. when calcd: upo Ylijfl hU11, WIDE PLAT DULY SURVEYED ; 3 3jI t

_' ; : lie fined in the li"'I.ttil'lI of I the liIa.rOI' saU: tine nut to ,'xct'cllli\'c dllars (ri) I LOTS 100x200 FEET MAIN STREETS 60 FEET :

: rURiQUORS, Ithatl io' the duty ..f tile m\rshal :ii)i'rtp-lilt'o the: di-rk I the nIne 4f the! offenuer", itml) the charge; ngir.JSt: himIN offered in- the real estate

: tarly as pos) ;ilihtu !1)e \I.>y; hint i-Ucu-ii ou tlie ".:ajnrs ilookct jI AND RECORDED. LOTS IN LINCOLN CITY are fi
pt' : I.(. :.L{. All I I Jawi-or i'i\\s ahJiX' t'IC1.pprcn'll H.IJanuary I : 6l opportunity to
;parts 1: i.s c"IEd: ] with pruinuin-c sire hereby '')> and citizens 0) ,
r PRICES 25'. per wit lower than any 21 17. 'T\. KNIGHT, ilajorL I market to fill a long felt need of our colored friends and t to I'. <
:! t, other house In ho city. H: It L :'.\ Hit: .- N. 'T..vn (Ck-ik.& ':'I purchase at low prices and on liberal terms town lots andlhomes 'to have .. it

:4J Country orders 6o cltell. }'rit e lists and fruits, it is the

upon application. ORDINANCE KO') 22. }I for themselves. In this "Land of Liberty, as well[ as flowers -

_-1'_ '. Agent for LIIMT': St. Louis IloUlcd 0 ;1 right of every citizen and within the means of every energetic and .thrifty man or \
4 Beer. Si-West Thy; Street, 1 God blue
AXOHDIXA.NCE DEFIXIXU CEal'\ IX ')iFJcSE4.I D TO I'ROVlDi( : PUKISFIMEXT TIII'.IiEFOR.: herself spot of green earth, with a bit of s ;1

4 JacItSo1J.TlIIC F.a The nm or and u1dernii'i: the t.\\'III,1-1'lrke in t-oun.-il I a"cmiJIJ.! ) do or.h'in I ;as follows: : i I woman, to own for himself h '

:: -- _-- --_ IntoTrlootuD.iJc.. ., ,Ai.t- pl'rSolll.I'II.. ..I'<,.i.. '.'ii" vti IU I! I IK. fnii.'i.l i i in.in I iiiKivimiK'.l I rrondili.uiilhiu the convmitelimits of said -' sky above it upon which to build for self and loved ones pretty home. Undisputed "!.

town "hall uil-a l'onvi-II inn lidore! till' lIIaYor.) : I he( I lll'illOtll1l re thaulell ((10))) doll-U'( ;. 01' b t ilHlH isane.1 lIot Inore.. e.owneJ' :

than len ((10)I I)) !lays. or I'-lall! he holll l !,. ti z-.J Hud impris'wctl Ji 'Ibl't di'l'l'l'tion of the mayor.; possession of the soil of one's home, howeverhumble/ imparts dignity and power to t\ .'iI.1 !.

; Kiotout. A.: dis SEC. :. AllY person .I' person.. '.vlt.ill1! be uill.r of rilltolJs III' IIi""I'lil'iy con Inct. 1)IOfatit "wwlI'Ing.: tirhttug.t.r )I into wealth. /
< flighting. dishtri: 1g tll'e-II'J::", wilhin 'oad: I'a;) shall lie \lllli"lc,1; hS 11illc of nllt flOIC than tweit3. 'tlOll.U S Of (ue 11fl employs otherwise idle hours, and turns waste .

discharging prisonl'll not exeettlite: :I) d l tS. or ::1': !.J ,:11 so fill.t and impl blllCd 111 I lie dicl't'tion of the 11:1)'UI': CHOICE

; IndecentexpoSic.: :}. .\ny person or personn'> .1Ia11; iiidfcvnlly expose hisor. her p.-r- 11tlpan the stieetsof saul l town or indcTobscure011 successful the Peach
of Orange Strawberry
,., an>' oilier I plcc I willim: I the s.uneoi' r.!i.ni.il: :a uuiianceor use miMUe or unlK-ent) I li Iagllagc within slid 1 town, shall The soil good and suited to growing ,

language.; he punished liy :i tine '? i not more lii.: n i.-n (PO I ) rloilir-! .,r by I iinjui. :o.ihienl !not longer I liian ten days or [by both & Pear Fig &0. and d of all field and garden crops grown in East Florida. The OD-
4 such tine and i imprU'.nn.enl in I I ll.c <:!-\n.ti"lIl1f: I the! m.iyor.Si.c. ,

4 Fnst 1r1ving. 4 Any per.sou or I '!sins "Jlo} .hdllidt.I i 01 111 lye any lj"i'(' horse e.r other:: niiiiicd< ihroii-ih the streets: of 8.:1111 ject is to GIVE FULL HONEST VALUE FOR THE MOJElPPADand! [ ; ( to encourage thrift and

town at a dangerous; or hu/minus -;:.'('.1, t.tl1 be) lin.dlot more th::m five duh.iis! or unpiisoncd: not moil! thin! five ),

,, 1 .1 RIVERS & JOINER days or both) so lineil .:HI i impiisoi.e:I ill: \!.o di't'I'l'liollot'i i I liic. 111.13oi. 1:' energy amount? our colored citizens in owning and beatifying homes of their own.

.. \.llJIl\\"aIll11'JI"'sull..w.; :! .. :in;i lonllittilh the aOllyconihiwcelllli :aie heebv: l''p"I1I"1.ppro'c1! this I
Janu.irv: :il 1KB7. 'J'$ .L KXiGHTMayor.: The TITLES TO LOTS OL. AK AND PERFECT, and

a 4, S''l'\.L''n,. I'l.A.DRU'SSAftCHEMUiS. AJT'ST: U. L. bl'AUKMAX 1'0\\11 t'Jel'i.! ,p backed by y warranty dams!! from our old reliable! citizens JOHN RICHARD and GEORGE IW

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... 0 11' II "" iX'f'fc'1 "* + \ > ESPACE. -
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.. l\ll'.i.. .l."lJr.p) LOTSAKKPICIC En FKOM $1O, OXIA"; UP TO $: according. to choice location,
: ... tO 1Ii n"fl Ff.KCY! ARTCIES RI Terms $5!; cash! on -ach iol purchased ami balance in monthly or quarterly ihstalmeiitg

... AX UKDIXAXCI: ix iMLAri: : 'lo :JirNNiX': ti; ur ilL\IN. OH Lt.I0 'ITiIWUrrr: ; Tin: TOl. \: .j intercut at & cent annum.VirL siJL FJIOM \
within (> to 1 2 months with per per ,
OF-iT.\HKj'\\III'HuY1IIXI; ) ; rj-\AL-rns: : j'ol'oL) : :i ''lS'OF'IJlE"\\jl') i .. !
r. tl '(')I IHC I S &c. .. Si('. 1. All! l'ailloallJlllJp.UI'f. i liHII' tr:tiii-, -r 11I.JI.j! :':< 111.1 tno ;.I1'ar> !\. .sh'ill i-iu-.rs tin* ijL'il .:-; HALF LOT UP TO A ISLOCK OF ACRES t.; :nit nurc-liiiscn. 9 1 -

l. on the E'1JilJo to lie nl11t ."l'n cm- -i.iuii": MM-I':s III i li iit. :> .,'. ,/ LINCOLN CITY IS HUT UO 3IIXUTKS YALIFHOJI THE STAIIKH DKPOT MAIL .

: PRESCRIPTION C.JUCFELLIY'; ::I.o. 2. No train 01 n-v/iiioiive.>!11.i <:I i o ill I."" \ I It' vioi-. au\. II: lit tr tVi ie.1 I stiotj o'' ""isd! I t.lo.vn at ;i i.ilo; IJI'f : ] ANI) KXPUisS OFFICES. ClIUKCIIis SCHOOLS IN SIGHT, VERY C"r.iH} SORDLXANCE .
spued }Tf..leJ'.thal1 i : 1'mir nuJo I I"'" j h'ltu'. G} .
: COMPOUND *.IT .t LI.lIoru's.DRUG I, :: i-ic. :: Ji shall; l-p, the. .it.l\ oi'a'l i.'i'r-i' id <'oiiiai.s: | ; :to put lip or c.sti;"o to' be put up j :l.i.'.iusi.rii. Ijo.nd :at or noir ,:.: The r(>co.I'1t.'c1ylat can he ('(9I at the Law Office of C. L. Peck, who will cheerfully show ;

bnid (-'()!:11 I; i invripii.i'i!1 i i.i I.. oftii"I l 11.1.1; LI>,,< o n J lur' t'iu' I'm-. and terms to purchasers, and (.x..cutcculltracts of.1 and
Jots prospective
i j explain prices ( ) ;
Ki.; 4. .\ l'IIIt1U'lol'PI1'ill'I'" or i>'h.r p- -> >iib '\i'1,4 ,hn I !_!e ot I I'D1'!. 1':1.I.jll': ; .r. ay: triin or: loiDinoiivoiol.itinjr ( : : .
_ : STORE5I > : >.y of the PIOVI"KHI, o* tli-> otdiiiaiii'O sh t'l' up HI t- i.ivi'i; in I 111.1'\1! L'iiiuii) if. S'MI: !hu ii'l"oI"L t\-} )' ,i] (deed. Apply at once it"\ou 'Hut ehoiceoi lots. _

,, .vcoiliir lif.v ((5.VdolUr-: } I iuipriio I i u-a ii n t cvtoe'lui i: tliistv! (lW: ) <%la L3. or by .Ij 'ti :,n I lh* roiirt ill>, (!ii I'' -t. GALL, 01>T OIR ADDRESS., I .
Mai eli "!
Approved : "I J""f.I A. Kh' lIT, M.;, i/r.

-. ." ." :\ :"': 1. :I.. SI'AiiKM.VX, ToxvU .Clerk.ORDINANCE .: COMER L. PEEK "

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: .- .' ... 'j&i I:r,.:.;;.,? t.. ..: J1. .'l I 1 i\,. () 24. '(il! STARKE, FLA.

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i r.. .r."'I'v". ...1 J 'il-- orRIC"rARD&'P .
'I "-t- I -' AXOUDIXAXCK ix HULA: riox T< I l Kivixr: ;: or: rr i E: -i o\vx) OF 'AUKE.Je 1 '
ii-ra'J m -.<
y. ,1rT1r ',
= it ordainuii the 1I1\"IJ'lIlld of 1 r .- }
ny i-o-iti--u i IMO tmx .i i < >t.u ri : .
r. .: t= 4[! !"-.L't1- ,Iii SE(. J. All jiiojteity i ('.l or. pi-r-ot \Mihui tl: sutt.i-orpoiatKiii: not oxpn)t sly ('xiI1'i" by :\ sht:ill I be. .ti' jwl(
: ._.JIr..w '.. It.rl'il ._ to taxation in the ilia inner invnio i ..y i.iv. .
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T.J. ". "- :SJ;.c. 2. That it shall I IIH the: duly ul'1 ;.;I l'rl.ow :"' "tn nMuii l : tl.. -ciition] ;":.J J A. 1 I'!" of a.1 niopeity! / ou'ncd r"VT -- ,"I"1' -. -- .. '
: r: L. I liy them \Miliin the t'liinuatioii in iu' .i-,xiv io <.:' i:,'1'11'i .::1. 1 >t'i ii 1.ix ofJu.i; ci.M; ./. ii.ht' '. t/: ,.i-, '.-..',x.'a': ._ _'I t- : -_!S-- ;":':._:.,';;_"- v .,. ':0')1"Y :1 \ r "
GASKINS : -. a.; All li.nd;. not I'ijiiO'l In tliasM.-:VH. 1111.' n"
.- 01'A !.1It Poi >;1'.e.4. IL..halllJellt.lll\"I.flht.i..rIId.! t : t : i iu--i .1.P! roi.; ,."t'iu- ,loll s.I.; "> r.l prol.i ;(1.1'11Ilj'OJ I .
: Drugs & Medicine \vbic-b: the j-ixt"5 shall: not liax'e bcv:> JM: I :J.I.:'>' I.:: i-> ili\.i -.' iu i i.t 1 :>, .1 eel di-tli tin- .siium iUi- --- --- ---- --- -- --- ---------- -

manner pio\id<,d by laxxsic. -.

:t:11'k(', Fin.!: 5. Any ] ei>on or poisons v. !J.o '111.v. .; ll' t :ai :any <'q[ n: ,,t I in IUH or I H.oic j's-i-:4U1t'!.t flit.\' ('IIIII1tj! '

-- fore 1 Hie foniii-il ind j resent any ic -oil-," 'i.Oa,: ;.U1 i.mqf' t-.i.,' III-t..- : : Physicians"Carcfultt ; ; PI''t'rJltimoi! ) It shall lw iliuy 1-1 i ilHi :i. .\ ;'.<-i'> >o H ,i.ly al i -,.l !' l J.LIK>JIS o. i.n\ 1.Jaugill .tbo.i:: a ;' I'-SIlI"II :nuil NO.( '1 (h.; : :--*<$
; ColIr..t III tIll lWIlI'If-1.ltll/ 1.1 A\lu-n the i council i intets to n ',utti-- r :111..1":1'1'.7 .-<''.

t i: ->l:111UO thuuuty oi tin1 !HLl.h.j. to n"* .t OM inj j:II i iio'i.! :iy in .\U4 si a. a tHIII'.l.f ii'j' 'in/ .LIL 11 aiiJniake OUDIXANCi '
tIJ. tliM levy or a!-,*-.-.nieut. I IX Ur.LATIOX: TO FL'JLI STlmT"H! SWKV: .\ LKsSD TIIKII1 OBSTRUCTION ,.
:: July 23. 189( il. The : "r ami aldermen( of the t' lOr .- t'l'i.-i iii ,'Mi'-il, i I '
; .i"l'ssoralJall ,. may v. n e ascin 11e.I[ it l" e.i:1 ai follows i : ,
-i-c. S. The J .
ni.ilcc' of iiu ,
__ ''I. 'p: h-I.m.I. o:10 ii< 'l'l"Il| .siti! 1 li.j iolh! (''..i to I Ihe l'ol'l..1'aud ; SMe wa1kiand! : "
tho oilier to the d"J'k..1'L i- t.in .;.i.SKC. i. thuir ubsti;,"- tii-.l'.f Thai ill M.le walkin!! s-ii t town slnll: be of the lair..rm width ot ten ((1:) ft-jt; on sIxty feet streets auJ( i r...

S..r. TEMPLE.TEMPLE'S J I 0. 'ilif ooinpeiisntioii' of the ist'.. ,,)' .via: c.iih-i !.. >!: 1111.. i\\3 i\ : I by iho c U i:-I;!. 11111.Oll"ll'IlI'tioll five (."i) feel on; tltir\! feel strictand no per>ou or persons Jiill: lie permitted to place any piazza. post or otlief J ft.,
brc.lo. .Saidsi. and dltH-tui .. ', nt al1I I Kind I '.vh.it'.oi: ir 0:1 tin- !:t line.J5.c .
: se'-s (: > ::11.1 I lit: 1; \ -iiiBi.t.I .he tLC !.i\v >o ;;:sr a. "I iac: i a'!) '. '
MILLS --u'.I1. This'ordiu.iM-e shall I taUiiivi:: I iliIHII"I.tc.d..r. its p. s -ie.: i'-i--icail.a i ili 4ui ilav! of Anril A. 1). Jow,Ji- walks to p3\'C,1.. 2. Any ICISOLI .ilcsiriii1' to i>.i\e UHV Mde walk; suljoiniii': '' his property bhall fiiM obtain the consent of th ":0:

1; 'k Js7. Appioxiu. Am.-.i: : 't. J. :-\1'\)1.\-; : i \\':: I'-tTK J A. J Sllll.< ; council i Li. ;.:
\1LjUr. or street cnmmitkc the
FLA a; to Kianntrhi; which it i iv to laid and material nefl.In T

''lelatio-i; tIJrO to" ';j.cIi.;;. No ditch cr othiT water \\a-le wa) shall l It : cut upon the stiet ts of the town or through the side walk*, ".

3 1UNUFACTUBER : ORDINANCE MI) 25. ughsuieia more "1
S .h ; k&c. manner to oeapptou-d) i Ioy I ihe t-iictt <;oiiiniitteu.d all uncovered ditchvs fhall I be oy.tl shaped. .

'. .. OK 'M> DEAIEU INic side ub-trii'-tms wall,.. Sec. 4 No piibjn Mi.ill'be; pcnnilted to eru-t any building, porch or tence or place any "o :trtiction upon any J1 i
; $. I'inc AX OIMJIXAXCI ix III.ATIOX: : TO ivrAiLisiiNC; ( A rui: J: LIMIT ix ; ju:; '1 o'.\:':. o. <-TAKKITJin 'I.:: street or .siile walk h the town of Starke: or repair the! same without having first obtained the consent of the street -jk i

;.. Lumber of every Dt'scriptlan HIll niaxorand io\\u rouiu'il in eoulI'iI1.I It 1 d-i o. .'i"1 .<-. ,I i':,>w .: Cjimniltee or cobiiril aj to the niatcri: and the manner in which the Saint U to be built or placed. .

; .. Qu 1ity. Sir.: 1. On : nd :ll1l.' .' the pl"U'OI: : ; ( j thiN 'K.JIM.ISII. : r .j.j v:: .1 !: 111' 1'n i: !'..; n'II"'f 0'1 fi..it o I o j.w''jl'i ;: to erect Chan i s g. pubrjKC.. o. Anjvrot.s] : desirin.ij tu eio-e! or th.uiL'e ;uny <>f the public streets or roads within the limits of -. '

L Laths, Pickets Railing, Uracketa build or (-aiiM'lo: ereiTp'l or built aI.:. |Ii i ..t Or .I. .n tin!; i-"'i-. .1'.1.' .yu: i. !. i li.1 ,'.' "i'; : s, i.." .I), i.tl ii'-k. :how'to roceed 'the tiwn of filjrke h.ill fiivt give notice l!y posting iu thiee (!j) eon piciotis p'jieea! i in the town one corparate of ,
jrranite or stoneorpt4ix iiHifi-! un S and Lumber the post ollhe d .r. for at le.ist ten ((10'> FiiiHung ; application tu the
constant: on uilliout the appioxal of!b 1 <.t tie>t i-o-i nu'1' ; street committee for such change .
hanc1.R.ia Sir". Section 1 shall 0111.HIph' ;1'111 Iw I) lIlulc: until suc-li; appic.i'i! sh.ill be mute: with lh-s approval of the street commit-" ,
4 I tie C:l..1 ball and l tsO A S I if iu Itlo.-k t 17. t..Il.t ill' J'iJ' !.': .. _, t In:. .
attention( : t> .c ii: o v.i.i.-u i ;r./: !b. ', t v t I.e 1'1':11 bur: i 1 'rineeAe. for. ,
} jjixen to Fill- *>u'. (ft. Any rsoiis.u.itin! 1
)l.loi-kH'j;, 27, t :I'El' : r pi any of the proceirling .sections shall deemed quietly of the violation 'Of1
4 jug Ordi-r.s with !) .piteh. : : :!. That I IIP too t-oiiiji-jl!I f-lmi i it <, ::11' 1 ri 1 1b'i I 'rciv r.-j 'I't!' jiii'i'liii:i .'" i It/ '"> t !::i" N vu ,- or I no nc i.birs [pre- aJwTe'1. town onlin.iiiei.i'id 11I1.tlllI I the I tlUcTLtion\ ot the lnlvr. Approved I this. J:10Uar.r 24 1887.Ain.s \-. ?. '

fc-sr '. sfiit approved.III.Ih. in;ivono irran'! !I.p i.\: 11.1; (I' -.ill.>-i or( ".'t 1j'.oIj\ !ht'o! ; tit bu.Minirof ; ',-: It. L. : '.\:IC.X, 1'0\\ l''rk. .
Scroll WorK inateii d oilier th.ui I ill%.i'i.'i! ( .'di j:: NI> tl; '!: 1 ,vxitu.ii-: i : !Ji i.a I iinitHi. I i: -- T. A. KNIGHT, 3bji>r.ORDINANCE .

.:<.. 4. That all x';'olatiiuor'tTiis: o -Ii.i:t:n-- :-It: :i'l 'i.' 'oni. I.' .1 ,' !:- u: 1":11: I 1'/ CM .'i I o'J:! ':i-.'! H ii -c- not ec \- ..
iJ \XII ((ing-fifty dollais sh;dt fe, i inipo-i; or i-.ipi i ';i.s'iulsi i tly dy:-i or !iij'i: .*> :!!:, .i i ;'a.i j ill'I':; iiii-i.t! till' i.retion of NO. 17. -
the mayor. %: J
H Vegetable and Orange Six-.S. All (rdi"aiu-cs in! conllittih i: iho! .-<';;HI:iy.It\1 :1Ii.1 t.e; si.ne: ; .uuhcii.br n':v !Ii-1.: I'i-; ,.c.i >lId! :1'i'I'O\'cd! ; "
thN LpiH4th: Iv T. i".v.. h.I.ili'f1.1'1'. AX oanix.vxc'c: rx IJEI.ATIOX TO MALICIOUS MI UIIIIF.

Ainti : It. L. S'AJt.MAX; : :; (An : ': .i-k.! :The iii.ixor aiiii aiitiiiiiin 1.1'i tlu town of frt.irkc in council asemht. do rdaiii! fo!:! :
;j .CRATESASPECI.ALTY. I'ni-linieit : : :us <)w$: .
Ii.1'.01 : ,,: ,.110-. 'JC. i. .Anjicisoa. or pisons w ho i Iahe. fund guilty of anv ri.tutu .us mihcnief.: conviction' shall bfllici. |' f't-

--------------.-_._.-_-. -- -_--r-_ ._ _,__ clid- 'fill.lul. 1011J1n, !, ( ,,,,1, 1:1 i: |Ih.|. dl|Miim| III l the .II\-ol.: upon --"'
:SEC 2. All 1 Ia-vs and p.;iis of Iain: conflict! with! the above: ordmincu be and tl.i SI111C.i.i is hereby!; repealed -P 1 .
this ,
Apj-io-'eil J imuia t 1 7.
T. .\. KNIGIIT 1 Ma\or. N
sALE I Town Clerk. .
I hereby notify the ('iii/ ';is of Snkr! ):;

f. and ,htirioundin country that I have ORDINANCE NO.) 1 18. -

: 85OOO 0 ]ol'atl'IIIHlml"( '* OVPIthf I) storr> of ]J II. T.;'

Jiines wiwn! I i'aii be foundpry, AX ouniXAxn: i ix HLATIOX:: TO cAitunxo SLiN; SnOT
; -t; ; ii for IhA b of 1 a"
: ray purpo scsinjfthet.ixi's The
111:13or: ami aldci'iit!' ot t I the town ol t Siarke in councl
; ; assembled 1
Jo ;
of the-KiiHteni l- !1rH ri-t oidaK
poitionol) Sling hits. :is follow
4 '-- --..:-. -fl I- /cr j-" 4, / -.4 M-(5. 1. That an} petsn (II' 1..I'.Ut."II 1) 1f! ; or u> "!lin.r shots
foid : t.uig wiihiri
('IHlllty.'C'I': psnpi-itv 1 \1'lwri ; -'t ;the! corporate limit of the town of :
r ACRES OF LAND i i is c'ordially( invite! d 10. all i fiid MMIT. irke i>hallle I biouj; I".rl.rt. I lIe nii\or: and 1 upon ('oll'icli..nlll i : b' I find: not more than live dollars, or Ixi t-' \ .

$ j accompanied: 11.\' their l'lnt i .h'edas I.. imri"fIIlPtlliC.lloll.'r I"tI\'nl Ihi : I Ih.t t fi"l' I J Jllillal'V : .
x\ :.tlllo m.ikc a C'I-" tad..o icftJ.s ''bsinent : ; llt- .v
,\. K' IGLI -x
I' f.loJl1r '.
Suitable for foi tbo year I 1-S7. I I r .\T'II'T: : H. L. M'AIJKMAN.I 1'Y : "
Srovs I'w
Orange in Lotc $
Ieietfully.. I IX. fI :
of 1 0) and : I'I ? :L .-- .f .
acres "p, as may be wanted} c WAINT.HIHT ( I
: Nov ,-_ -j4.---. .. :: j--
1-ly. !w. 'I'HXo'I'o'c.r, Hradfoid ( 0. -K: 1 -- I .)1)1)1"1( '.' ___ .
: I
Illicit iii&iflii and ZVcurnlcia Cured; iiti
: .r. AX CJnI IX.\XCE l IX KiiAT10N
in.nor a.4 I alilt niien of t the town ot t>;.uKe; in 'il ollnii .
coiiui emble'J
? 1 ... Who sli ill: \\,1':. ; do p as follows! :
Indiana Chemical Co have dirovred 'h.il all able bodied u.n.t; the
tllt'nnl o\t'1" oi IS undeitlir
:! age "{MIS. an.I of 4.L: :
E which arts with ed liy the i M.itc law t iimu wor.kui.; I the publ-e: roLl, age years except those exempt \
; i a compound% ) t tiuljmarvclons --* ; ;, .m :\111 1 are ht-ivby "ubjVct to woik the .
: FRNKLIN H. HOUGH tow n ot Starko.i. public streets cf the
lapid'ty( in the cute of iii"iimutism ; Street ciiupan- '
: Solicitor cf f merican and Xcnralpa.Ve: u'lI'anli'e n, i :suf St SEt' .. That I he di.iirniar.; of the town cou-icil initi'.cdi.iteiy after IIr. :ini/.ilion shall not less than threes
and iiiciil appoint
'': ot I the council t
) jO' Fnrign I as sirwt: c.lIJm: ; !I t 1t e, wln >tall: I n.r.e t the to
Patents. to c-uic fillY and every case; of acute In, pel sons -iihji) !(.t to sheet duty within the l"Ii'p'l'ale; lit'lib.ar. ott that Tltl\\tf I 111'-- .i.l d'4)i1uIljLteshall appoint supervisors with a list of all
Iihtinnati 1"1111 i such: other iiutx; '.!' limit's[ required to pcr-
llan.matory: ; in and Xcar.il:: i iin Sap 'i-vi ;as iKjuiud Iliad ('>minis-.iiincrN( .
ftS 1 F. STnF.I:T. X. w. I 2 DAYS, and to give imHt'.Jiall'rt.Jir.f! Of ors itFlitting -. LuThat:; all' 'lIi'l'rvi-IIr> atl'onlI.g(' : t-> 1 law aituiiiurnl i to rt-t urn muIrI' o
J Var U. S. IVuent OnVe. '..tSIIINGTOC.. liM of all I leI s 'f: 111I11111,1111I'1 t tin--'i irei'i-wh. hive failed each street working. &ap.'cr
4e, Personal at t eiition RIen to t he|>i'f|'a rj t i i.>n and in chronic ca-es and effect a speedy cure. them'aceonling' to I this onlia I'icv, and it fouml ju.lty lull be ur'fined rt-fiisfi I tn'I'k., to tie; nnyor who shall try

AH probeouiion business of lwf..re applications the U. S.fur IVeiit letter Tatt-nt. On receipt of :30 cer.K in iwi I'cnll I T'.e' above t than live dollais i : : (sl:;; ) ;tlllll'o j 1 tor i cit-ik d.ior; part ot I a itay I that not I liss t'l.m one dollar ($1)) or not more
u' '
dJIit-e at I'lil'l'prl."I'I! ticar I.t to w ork tiny h.ik-e failed .
ill I' n.unon I p
n. or
tended to for moderate fees \ ; I "" .ail. hi., Any s-tiett hand f.iiluiic. work after If to work.
\ lion patent is stamps: we will send to any addiess th It'I'tht., repotting Iuiy! slriil 1 he
.? granted a Jraw ingot j our ineati.: w ith claims, : pn.iu; i 01 f n jII.1 J.i mi i-xiji.iiljuiM, th X 1\\i-.r?' c ,I". ,, I tiu-lt'i.- I I hrr. p' for dut>]. llllicl". ami if f..und iiuiliy ot wilful i.kln.g 1.1" lulusirig! to repurtfl I f> ihe! mayor by the supervisor as ana1Wriporuig J. \
.rou mamt' And address will !1\ published! in the receipt for this wonderful compound' otlt -I 1' :.! ,:'', af inl'll'l.\: 1I:1..i.1i: awl; pcrtoim i the duties or work assigned him by thvi.r. } super- .j I ;
United States Pit 'ntOfl1-e Oazt tte. :: HI ll.I 1 .' I II,y C'll, ((1)1 ar..r: ,,7, ; khal, ,he fllll( ,lt ,!l"uhle. the amount of a defuuller .
a 1'111"1') of which be tilled home .
ci'n by 1\} itet S'ibstitii'cs! I in
your rurjrisl : tl t lilC 1i"erellOn!
on tt
1 Immense (circulation find tin only paper that SIIi..L "t:}"' i Ia: : .' 1'' .t I' '1")1." ,.., 11 I : : I I 1-: arein duty.Uopoit :*M'1.. Any P, ',":: or JHTMHI Mibjecl to 'tnx-t duly <>f the lUa'or. '
I .
: tl'J maJ'
this 1 elIlploy
publWiPs five.tST co't.Ve \1. iiotIr ill
at pmall take: this HUM us oj) wi:1: :llt ;it I"" he ccepttil In tl. his plll" provided said substitutev
f'Jd, if Mipiiisor.
\ I tit '' .j. ,
No v ,
in tU United :. I' I'j 1
ARcncy S'.ate 'J' ,
1" a l' I ;
|"iss-sep discovery to the public instead oil i t 11.I -1 1 t of. "
giving : I : II lt!. nc. It i is tint
facilitiet. 1"I'llt lepuiml the
superior for olitnimn, : 'treefcomipiltce make
; patents or acer :I il-i.I1\'iIlU l I street : similar
Uunlng the patentability of patent-; putting I i I it I: out as si patent I medicine, ill I I I I. etJlI1tnlt.who tails in his duty und, thai a Hue of from live returns In he town 'OUI1"1 as to any supervisor
Copies of fMteutHfurnihlieJ fIll' .5 beinjr much less \\iln) --- (3)) to twenty Ii\'c (: ;') dll1ar, h
'. tents (':Idl. expensive.Ve 7-- (* iI1IHM| CoJ'1f'tlxmd"llc invited I _ffladlv refund money_ it .satisfaction i i fbI I imprisonment trim five ((5)) to twenty.five ((25)? ) upon -nuct10'1- T !
--- w. Mine as epuired I of MipcivNois j of I he public n'lldl U duties of the supervisor shall be the
given. ; The
: TIIE Lsmvxv ('iEiici.! Co.. Largest Book{ Store; South' I II Ot Coinprtati-s:reel iluty. SKC. G, Piovidod that any |it ron or p-r.-oim may ('('tnIhuitsuch term of 1:1hor,
STARKE LIVERY STABLE. CraxxfoidsvjI'.L-, Mieel committi three, (:!) dollars befoie the uv o't ttolk' 'Jtl i that : h. pa\'ill' tu the treasurer of the
f..r. I hint t year.: ; am"t' bh ill be fill exemption Jrom s'reet duty
Feb. 5 j 67. .
AND --..-..-.-....-,.---...-..-... HORACE: DREW 1'ahle!''IPI'ist to JineA.C. r-, *-ic: ?. It i is a % iol.ltion ( f the town ordinihce punishable; 'b\- tin of fr r
FIID AM> SALI: STAIJLIS. I ; any oLeapp-intu I (! as .upcrrI.or, or street cotunu.tce: .0 'fll"t', or neglect1 liv.! (H) "* !tucilt Ih e ((25) dollars for
H OK l.NSOLYKXCV.IS I ( t III"cll'1r"1I1I" duties thereof. Fh
& Tai of t
CorSTV CoVIlT, H'UI F'tD C-ofSTY, FlHUHKWhereas i Isor.. siiper- St ic.: K. Th" supMxisor i shall nceive two (:2)) dollars iit
so) v for
ir P and IiI; p\'r
.A- ': AIR Il nry \V Kpi'or-on. .\\tlllliui'It 01 WJG&TBAYSTUIIT, upon the Sll'l'l' ". every day actu lily implovtd 5 i ouI'l'n'isingbands
of the et-tate of :isr of said eo. nl '. having 1-I'1'cl'8011.,' olit.v of ti JACK3O" w orked. be: woikfd.six days: ,
) per
IL: .
4 J PLAWHOLESALND also 11,i.it; to .rear >l in ('Il> "* "f
paitusubjttt street t duty witl.inin exc'f casualties, and provides
Count Judge. of said county 1lTiI leu sntioa ,:.; s ,, S'ij>er\isor{ the. to .vii' \Irk..are
or th. insolvency of sai-1 estate. Noii-f; it : '' tlie.r butits.Notice >. S x. 10. "it is the ,:uty of .superior, to ,is ., I'X ."i Pt from r-.a.'duty out side of the same. I o the E..l
to all persous macUiniN: ..f an\ RETAIL. to be, placed! a bo..id. l or I bond with I the n'uneYi nanils lam, of eaet Hrt.'lIhin: hi-| listrict t. -md place or caso :
.en agaiut said estate to tiV: ilit.uthenttcated Of s.I,1 "tred In tel
-' placed in n COU"'plellI" |place ;acconiing 1 to he Iir"jtt'I t "r pi: tfl..1 theieon said boards to be _
in the office ni tin : of lain: of t lie n
HHVvT Cwmtr Judg*. of ea 4 county on ,or liefui e th, I JOOK, *STATIONIIY. : : i'.11MU.u:! ( T>n :> AVD TAXCV GOODS) sr.ettvrk- i.c. 11. Hi quirts, writ ell notices of M I *ectOr km"r tin,1 I strri-t t inereon. ;. bard of

l1tbdafotJul .A1. 18 5.WhlCh %.e a. : I ing tune designatid e.\empt case of stoin) or other ; served MCVcryntie .nj 1P,:,'fu.ltl.r: three da\s before the .- nst.. I nontb
.. rat a payment fJ6 w, .".:: I'.1 :vll I i he ]latest B 'oV.: Xt'p.Ii''J'-s ;.nd 'l'rio.il..I.! s ti.t.,1; I gi"C snd time of working. eaMJaltles; \\ not-ee isaiil
to the Mine BO'' tton.1 'iifd ,. :is 1 so IIj as published I and til.-l-j.s.r\ed MHO d.-y before the i
the up; ni iitib.isiu ": i. y >ii) 'i. is <"t iiiv'c! :III .' : irhueiu. SKC 12. All laws and
) V. r1 cap sail admit (".d. I nut | \ '.\ ili-p! : Mercl.u.i.s: p.nu; ; of laws in conflict with!, .
.. ,* *- tvstmirnnuts County Witness this my tb .1I'f ." t..:: ;.. ( I, 1I''rll.d'on"IIJI-I';, >: I.rn" MI,..1.il"1-': !i .1 ''l.I':!%1.1'. '..1.1.1\m: { :r-ill.r; 1 I -\. .' "pncs 1 .!.> -J"i'S ay Xfiilxru ('it\-,. Ail k L' Approved this ,January I is,,;. aim <'(l ordinanceArrf.ff L tin. siman- hereby reputed, .: Itis4 '

.1"ir-.t-.1.1-S. fnrnit-lu'tl at all .Jan." -; jnriuk1'ir 1"1' ai-III'irl.'I\ .!flI4t I nix -1.:.I-LP of IJAS13 i 1A: !I.L ( .0),>I-5: a -d, : U. L. SPAIiKMAX. Town Cieik.l P'A T. .\. K'XIGHT. Mayor. Ac sho1ome :
now) h
4 15 6m. County JUl'.l' '\'H 'lhi'g-leludi.iSAI.; u r bi1nove '
Z-\I : HALI.S i lll- Sit r
1'urf day: <>i tight: '. : l'i'v: :M 1 \-M\. >, ii/! )V 1.- :..nJan
1 ;irg in prict" J it > !he
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1 Itci.vctfiblc; Oix-e j .x'ill i si>eiial tc-iin ORDINANCE
tis a i trial. bo 20/
I matte lu ( e-ta.: < i i.j.ds i : l.i; u:< iu j j1 -:s.JACKSONVILLE. \ O. shall

:titi'ki Fla. :0'r.'H '. AN OHDIX.\XCE IX Hi.r.\TIO\: TIlE ; itead4e
.._ -- .CA .2J...r.. The L BUILD1XG 01- SIDE
F __d'"' r. V v :1 'ollucd of the I 10WII Ilf :Iark., in CO\'fuliolt W.\LI sati

TO sn:..""UEHY (JIO\VEKS: J ( I I'LA.1pNcE'thRETo laid Pa Wtnn. 'low 1 1rroviMon : SFc: 1. t hall he the duty of any owner Ir'I""culliell. do ol'llain as rohl; v- : -
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.p: 'rtl1\'l 1 : HI\'j.i I hiw. j'I.t Jt'c'ei''o.1 :' -- -. .. .. .. _'P -- :t reels. 1.11d (,til or.m
a l litt "UI'I'h- ..r the t 'lI.EUnA: Tl. n ; iii WI1I1 plal1k. brick or .tlllf', or other duraLc! ntater tll in walks or Qt1 ill I Inml..f "uchgrouul[ ; t> be pav- trust

; YUHlA'11'1I.1'l'U. IIKI: HY THPRONT i :wlke; II hrm 'll1ol/1h pavt:1t1l'nt[ (,r \\alk. iic h_ a manncj .i'. Ihl ('umdl; utay direct so as to I ave
.H.'nsn: : : i.: r>f to :IC. 2. All plank MLlks
; laid
.- l;ASKir>. Wfd1 th'yiII hell* at job- t "vitl: }he} mo'>t f unjil: :;,ti- ;i> ortinciit of late st\k-s inIFIXE I pl1I1kltlf.8 &c. not less than one :ai.d one quarter ((1J Oil) mc'ies any!' of( in.the 1icktH.slreels Ilf the ''own hen- fter s'nli! : he m-ido of good sound planks :1-

bi.t. 'II I '". Ies" tItan ; : t'le 'Il ye at
.__ __ '_ _ I : 2x-l1:1I'Iit. In size, ,Ialll110t, ffiol'l: than! four ((4)) feet jim{ !| iliill; belaidon jo-jd sound stringers Snot
to the '
--I BOOTS AM SHOES FORtheNew i stringers.RPguarriRd' apart Ipc plank to be nailed or spiked firmly twl

(O.) L. KEEN 1 1 I i; I' "l, \\a'A .. :tc.1I: ilc! \ .t1ks Iuilt (.n anY.l'l I..t sh:411 Lw of ; Fe.-

; BilifeErv, fancy Dress Goods, : WATCHKEIa |I I *< lV: rTil'I i H) !!. {;Jioit; : :iSar aiiss: I in Faoiwear. :I al 1,1\.11: every( XIII.o'>. icr.1.1:! ,:1,11..1. ;.IIV h..c lot ,or fAtS"J rtI.og withxn; ) (t tLe II' IfI\\t'rll't\ of Stark.regnlr; \n.trle\ hell 1'1'11u from it.t1)ie I l'v eros I tIi street town coUncil to another'shall and at t1tdf each mitt

;(> I *t3. For refusal --El'. If the side #'
> rw.Kl1 1) l.dn-s. I'AHAMJLS, I :wy P''JII: 1,1' lieNuIs walk41: ""flt..f tll..ir 1.t or tots. i

;i1k Ca.t.ic'Ji's.: Zi-jlAr--iul all kinds U- t'- .. "..!..'. .; No Faa" '*. )itl..y !Fi !.-t'l'la: ( yyI: '. co\a1ksc.struct.tide as l j hCrt'llIfl'. ri 1.nll'oI for W\tI.ta' i 1'\.l'lt.y toWIIJJlIr i: (I l.lY"IIn'IIiIIt;,I fler any lilt III' lots SIL. I reII"I':1)! h.1i111 hij or theirside walks I inpartL

cf raattila! for ST.uua I to )( 'i'eedi: Iv urw. the .i (: :r (.f'flfi I t tee sI. Ii! j. Jid: tile I'cciving 1I.ticl. rrlJlIilt': sln'e' ulIIl11itlc, to C tust she.same p L he rtrornp4
t sl1a.l PIOiI.t- pun 1 wed..It.. hw to ;.; oveTu. ; :; :;II n: 1:1 11,1. t.xpc of I lil town
; .lfU1Hnjl'ijj SPECIAL attention Riven to rejviiriiifV.j< 5 s- ; l.l 1 JJljllnt were upon the t/\\"D
and Jewen! % &... It.t MO-!: ; t3T Prompt attenUon to orders. at and reasonable Pace prices for cosh. Eniuire of Uicl :rd I i'-lii nit(, '.e town treasury for the u( of the town.i i
Mi West Mar. 12 1 1-1J\1.1; .
Bay St., Cor. Laura.

f.\,' J. p. 41882.-6m. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. August 19. 1882. THE BOOT AiiHOE\ HOUSESTARKE.. F1A.I I' thegrtupiji

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$ tT2qh) eI ceivclheamtkttenioqj! given to' others; I .The Editor of the Telegraph Jwnh* W." !I : .4-' -. -- . '. h '.. -': : ,. ., .r:

who have moved so gwifty( CITY NEVS.Ocala II. IlealTord. D.ilt.ox.. .Charlie H"i-s'! I I I .--- --' q- -.
pLJflUSflEDWEEKy &T- through whatExcept ;trtj ii-;. : : ;.h. : -i -

,BRADFORD COUXTY. FLOIUDA.MM : ) ever coursq 01 !.tut might have been Jlr.s. Strong. John!; Osbornc. ai.l Wm. St'ir.: j! ,:.; ." .. I .t.-1 ) .< -. L ;- : ;;-- : "
-?... -, -gIven thueiu of Klng.sley, have- been hseut at tl\e-1 tuish 'JJ .. : lJ \' "
has line1 new ... .. 1, tJ'X U I \t? t" ( 7 1a 1g 3
j- Presbyteiian ,
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# I. C. WEBB. ? in cases where! "pupils have in. Church, of Frank JOhnson and Mrs. Xevvtast'i :., -. -I .. ; i : "A,; ) 4t-r
EdItor and Proprietor.tt "Currcd inc. displeasure of teachers which took place at Barlow.Mr. .i J. I. I I r -.( ,' -'- -
by vio- 1U'G -' .
hating, nnd Don't fli to go on the picnic on I I (:.".0"." ....... 1 : :
rke. ,Fla. 12 persisting in Lonney's cu,1: clllIIt1 ieikWe r )t
. May 1SS7. violating the Kingsley Lake : \ t. ...."!' !.' ; .. I 5J'i
of j I oos1
the IiextWcIneday. : alaoe
i V Institute, we fccll'llrc! of car- : are sorry to hear that. Prof. Loone-y :1 t : UrY s
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r/ing with us the fondest) remembrance Subscribe for the Stark Telegraph, on contemplates "moving from; S'atke.! I Me I ; l. _

of our mall) good bright obedient scholars ly one dollarayearinadrane'e.Parties has been faithful woiker in the! iiite-tesls f r'. @jfJ": !: -

here and the happy smiles) with which I and picnics. are the. of Starke iiml) h-id n school i f t ihrj most ;.,. .. I I'a I .
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1' : go now 1 I i -
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greeted! us from euriable Stall- I .t '
diy to day day& reputation throug'.ioul the 1. ';_ 4I"
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I linger in our rriuds, as h\ their pure There are but few men who would Llnsltccccd.d .:'\\0 \ ----'Q------- -- '
I I Be sure your job work to the ::,) :Jt .
young heai ts and memories ndring :Mr. I I. .
as .
will linger Looney ha.: :i A

,' 1 holiest thoughts of their teachers who'on TelsgrapU ofcc. ,44: J, p.J .
Prof. is QmMc
Young prepiring'to: close his : :
I.vudcel knee and Be sure and read the
baled breath "tide on Starke 1J
school for the term; with a fl.i'irisli. Near .

while peering into the deep mysterious this: wee. it is a fine one. : (J rh -- Fp
ly every scholar: will be heard from ; .
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fuUitity! that lies before us. will continue r Ii J G -'-- ._r.7 r' ,-- a' ,:_ ,4 .:kI
I Mr. J. \T. Brown Jr., returned home either in the way of music lecitalion; or ", m T-I _e-. .

10 pray that their young and tender hearts today. Girls aint tableau. Colr-red! will 1 t:1 S j. .
. ; you '? lghls: be uV.: in \
'. sorry d whit: ( ooth44 '
may never fall to resist the evils and <, m .
t The some pieces winch iihvays give an :nitric .0l.. ;
McClenney Sentinel has '; Jto .
withstand suspendedits .
, 1 ; ( the temptations of n life where live glow. Do not fail to ::1tt..ulI: seethe I ] AND BOYS' HA I'S BOOTS AND SHOES :-,
, ) the publication bra while. ;I ,
con-bat i"n
-. with falsehood and treachery. chi hlr,'n. Mjss Daisy: Peatee. is 4P aff }

I I Hut I am ii'it .tli!p.red to }bill you a lung We are very sorry to I learn that Mrs manager and it will bo a success as she has: p WJ.. 'r.s.e. .. : fQJ iiGENTJ '.;.

r.... .' adl(-U. :My inlercsls: arc at Starke aud I Dr. Ila nes is very ill.Don't considerable talent in Ibis direction. i.3 : 7f.j..1 U:1. v t'l !}i\ -- --. .
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,l I !love the e-lim.ite: aid the .- -
people. I only ; :
I I )leave:i here lie-cause I I forgctthe picnic on Kingsly There was a grand baibecuu held) al Absolutely Pie '
4 am poor and Can'tlive Lake : --. "
next Wedncsda .
Bartow lust week. IUL-sIi-uy. I the or-c-ioion ..
: without working:and I nun convinced .--- ) This i oweU>r n"ver varies. A marveL : .' : '. 'Ito

of t the dihlilL nturu .,f the flua'nce of Where. is the Bradford County Times being the larin.of lis! curlier "time oi f the of purity snengtii and wholesomeness. I '.e..1' .:.

"Of', we have not seen it for time. Whereis Sum merlin Institute! which: is bd.i. i.uilt .Morn oj'0'ioinK-al than the ordinary 'VI CAUJELL'! 0 :
our comll1llL.il SOle <
I uutJ.< mijst go w herelrtiere kinds, nnd f.uinot be sold in competition J'I .
it Mr. : iTummc'lii1. of that It will I ., I c : : '
is mOI\'','. goneto. ? Ly place1. with tho multitude of low test, short : : ,.. .

b a great :addition to Bntow. ;i Inll a weight alum of phosphate powders. I : .

Very truly &c Be sure and attend the picnic on Sold onlin cans. pL'>yil; Hakincj Pow- Prac1.ical_ '. .. '..
beautiful: building whf.i fiuihied.t1: 1 -
G. U. LOONEY.- Kingsley Lake next Wednesday.We der Co.: in >;\V-ii-t.! X Y. : .
-- .- -- Maggie Johnson presented Mr. Summer: i April 17. 'O.-.. :

DEI.AVAX Wis., May 3, 18S7. are glad to see the streets }looking I tin with handsome gold! beaded c-tiie ----. Tin Smith and Shiet iron Worker .

To the Editor of THE TKLEOHAPHVe : so nice and 1 clean 1 thats: t'eay we like with a speech full of gratitude; to him.! It PROFESSIONAL CARDS <.

\ left Starke on Tuesday April 20 at to see thel'Look9ul was u glad day for Polk county.We / - t-oni':lit }.j. ."' "l"r'H StjazIkie 'i3J:4: :

: 12:30 p. m. /iiul reached jjclavan on Fn- -for-- I I jj j' _- :"-
j the picnic i on KingslcJ'Luke were shown one of the finest yearling <> .i '.
f clay ut 12:30 but r ni \VVIXG LOCATED I in Stnrke.t in tl. t.d( .i biiiihnf.MiirIy! occupied by .
p. m. long before'c !
ar- nextVcdnesay.. heifers it Iris been our lot to see in ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. & NO-. E. il y o'-icit woik in 111 intrn.ni: ll" .'ii! ? -ns oJ lh- IoWlflttd MW '*.

rivet he-ie we were salificd thai: we were a" Floiidalastweek.it is the of' ) cournV.A'l tfw uthkr.I.'. I )olln-GuUers aut,4 ..
. Mivi( Bessie Wyatt of the Slarke property "TARY rounding '! \' ek warranted *-?
month lo early in leaving Florida the i our townsman Mr. Joe Andrew It is of Leaders a speia1ty.. -
Institute./eturned .
cold winds rf I this Noithern 'lilllatecch. I tohc-r home in Manateecomity a dark red color and as large as I ih,' usual ST.\Ki-.r:, i i'lrs'ii'O''n! : (I'ejr.vrv. Fi.oifin\ ALIJ. OnnEHS pn.n): /TlsY FLjKD/: .. .' ;"iFr *' "

yesterday.Hurrah .
cs the very bones even at Cincinnati it" .ARSTHAt i I'or TiTLi: and Heal IN ., !; ;
1\ ; -- three year old and is ne.iily perfect as i b.. _=. :: -4'"' -- -
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was unenjoyable on .le-ount of the rain for the picnic out on Kingsley re'gnrds; jjoiiits and.I color. Mr.. A.a: ): he lal'I0:11 1 : 'eI.ilty.A1 ;; : I ..VJ ): '. .. .. ,
\ L'Engis.: .. '
"-Ir.-i'-i( j'III.h showi-i! : '1'Del"J '
Lake next u & : \ .
and fold wind: there is to-j much risk in Wednesday. Everybody invi 4
would not take $1(JO c-tsh for her but '. : :
:M"it'r'm'. L 'II. T'i\( :-..tl.JuiUrninit.: .At .. :

itr an early lelurn from the land! of 1 1hwt'roi] led) ----- --- don't any <>.ic offer I that unless luCy wmt liu-!iini-t.:: aad.B: in.illtr: 'of 1'uMieli : .. ttdt m k t*d nOr./ t1H ; ;

to this cold) Xortli for mu- to mike thc Mr. \V E. Duncan is Tele her. i"crd\.i-: j-JTi'; :in.j) Till'" <-f Ite-al E-- -

., ) until learning -. ._- -- tnlf in ilii'i: ,' i'"ir.l! coiiiy.: FIi>:-idi. Ied.ite '. :. .
change: I the summer his fully come, graphfast, he will be line I uj VX. iA:{2R. CotS I:1 ,
i.1 soon a opera It. I Ilayups. tax o'5 i. C""I', will now le i'f .\-:1.' ; HENRY A. L'ENCLE. Manager. .. ..
1ml I am here now and mu-t make .
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found u.i'stairs ove'i- 15. I II. .frnioV slorc. > ,. 't .: .
I. / brsl (.f it.Th'l'c ._- --' ILa:I./j'i.i! ; ...1.t ., f.r riHI' i INSl'IJANC Eitt Jt'L I--J v # ) .. .1..T'! .JLI'.i. :, .

,, 'j are sosnd things tint Ho for time pici on Kingsley Lake Space was loo limiied for us to Fay mue h iT' '1'se'iiti:';u <. J.i ..Tp'i i i\- I.e>n.iiiit.ii. .. : -
go far to .
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next ) O '
i ; Wednesday.We of the excur-ion! List: week it was one of .
miligite the cold ': '-
climate to meet so :. .-
many: '!lr< :: :T.U HK OLt.CTIO "
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the affiirs f the hiui.Ivi.' .
nuist .
':. .ii warm and dear friends, and hIhl'11I: regret to hear of the severe: illnessof enjoyable o > :: AT USUAL I,..\1'1-; e-- ...\.. 11..- \(;t. : ':' .
have ever \1tell.ll",1. The ell 1 wa j t'clexcI'pl : .l. 1.. A <- ir" 'JI. MAE p' .. ..
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with .Mrs.l ; ( ui.
greet one S ) iiMiiy clieetful words ; Darby all we for herspee.ly .
hop\ ___ .
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shower i in the afternoon ,-- -
F !i. q\1ill':11I offset a slight I t r --.' -
to the climite.: Well ; I reCOyef -- ---- -- -1.
with I these ) ---- the (.1.0..11 was not too great cvuy ore! M. D. 6OOO.OOO PEOPLEJiSg ... .,: ..
warm greetings and cheerful Go to .Morgan's Bazaar": for fine r s =rsrr; ? TATE P0 WELL, i '
I your started in good spirits and! continued l. w .0.00 *** I ..
WOl'118"e can :afford to endure) the cold, SEEDS '.,- :;
sn FERRY'S _
i:' : bonks and papers, he h: g'H a tine lot oil Aftel an expcrit-ne-f: of twenty e"irs '

vind... I h-ive: m.iny; pi" >Ii'III' to answer them on hand) have H hi.jh time. l hi nows'ti'il! I JI"'I""n"-.;:y !in Sire: : nnil IB rcmly hue practice of his pro',',-ion has, no lusitancv D.M.FERRYACO. .. .- .

in regi'-d i to I the and 10W.Plof. Theie was an unfott-m: en I IITJ i; : to ti! lo do f ry I'Mk\\ r:. :". :
country cimal.lIo1 Il.tii, t ii bit; I'crfeci draft ; UQUT 1101111 ,
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Paper ; inn-ys hi
those ,
scieiiliric asking!
LO.t fare well affair for fric..1.11'. Jones anil 1 'I'. treatment lo
: our .
: a on
a few who Ji.iw re-id my letters fio.n: t the )give party xviriantod.: (.00 \\orl. aniliiti'f: ctlonc'i rsiiUea. ? I rng.iiorw. ..
last to his his \V. Swe.i! But bore ,! I'hafasc-.d>'ra-e. ts'l uatss inn.: V.srk dna si-rvues. .
Friday at bn\e'y 1:1
South evening pupils tliey up; : :'M ; .
Vi.lIt to know more about the by lUa d'y or co.itrtc' 'a iii! to the country promptly atunUd.Diseases : .
i house. dilll..t dun!: !)eLl I llr: spirits L of itiie:/". Tlie dlidf..rl.L special:' :: b4 r.lis .
eA tlnl ry. There arc some who : they I : of females : it SIEDMlUiL .
siy --- ------ ----
1 -- ------ trip to tit" li.Me'.i: and the gl'nr!: ; ;* ( f> .
will i try Florida n.-xt: fLI I. I 11I\.t Judge Keith, emr eJlieient townsman. I t'HC"n t For 1887 :. .
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t: :a g.ntlemau I U"tlt gl..rhlllamie: Wa"l: .n'e-i-anv ".f i"I'M! I'. ;J \ .j. liL i,,'I.II: :. .',' ('. iiiv.ilintis !lhr.l "OlM'-e!) il City: Dtti'j; Stoic, ort hire1iilenee -: wifl b. .. 4FREEtG -. .
: on' the c..is who was l'.tlll'lIill'- is building a neat frame hou-.e in I 'r.u ? .l: ". ,. ,; ill c... !i III..UL in I'a..t St-irki- .. .,: .
Man> of I the ecm'io.ii: >:s i-.il.ri'-i-d I I tlicoppoilii'i'ly / ;." \ .' .*:. :'.' 1' i.. *'* .Kl tCUTFR: ; j spplicanta..4 .
: from FJoiid: to Vdar It ijii I.. I.\\M he the southern pout i If town. 4 :SC'tt.l'.M.. __ __ n' ,_ 't I' '.
1 Iod' liltlf !:. tl:1 _. .
I > a "',) :! ai' : - -- '
* 111.11'1Ir1'1 'd th ltI't.) of 1 i-id t -
n-.ir The 1'ev. S. I D i !.-*:lil'G:J (-i v. "i v. 'I.i : '. -.
Temperance h'/III' by available' ill the! rnumerous \l ', ;ioj
s'a( ( carsis: \ : .
Lee'bliurg: and will he.id l THE RICHEST HYDROUS BOOK \ : '
: a large emigration: .Smith of t).1uualu.() Fla.. .t I the B'ptislChinch i it' ;h: : :.: hi"S'; '!ll :'mv5! t'oiiilh.1 I ei" 1Rr .
: liLt i lies. Xo :a--i, : I I ':1! ; 'i ipponcd .... :| ,' 4tc'\ \ *fl.tp.ryp.r.N .
to that point who will in fruit ".It..r I- : l1' !i'o' !<

growing( ami stock laising.cngtge Tnis is the ,. on hist .\Iomb; ni htas weil to fri: hten an\oi". 'I li'i'<- \\ l.rweio > !F. w-, : ; ''. .'- (;'I-'I'i i N ir.Tiiri'. I _'1'1--1.: .)_ :; \ des m u &i.J.1 q GAY.er ., .-- Sf4 .
: V.. 7Ow.rSUD.obM "
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T attIHle.l. so unfoit: 'imle: : ;,ito f.ili; ash -\ .
"j1; e"poed'ly '
cl.issof we heed to build \ ka'idforft.Adjre.u SJ
persons ip the -- -- -- --- -- i
r! country persons wh.1 can spend a few \ long tri it i'ontainiii; 20 car loi.ls of "* :: aw.ai'I'le,1 1 by a Miull'' piefe of DH"n. '.HUH.g: '*> :/" t''mu s i'j JIEX.; I Samantha at t Sara1gaJIIV z Detroit D. H. FURY Mloh.tr & U.. .

innocent' 1.>.kiir: if'-. whii! was C In fnly! S .. ,.
the finest logs overseen in this of On..I1.Tam. Nt: i-m.- Ciniucill"i .
hundred doll.irs 81''lill : > 1. )
each season in tr.ivol lint -Ca -art 0 _..,SS
. ..1n.inhHt'n'! .. U iff. MM: H-r. __ .
. I niscrteil !between; tlu col'ar; an 1 I' IICLb! i ,- l I II..j!.: ..,eli ." 'l1i'i.l '[. .
last 'kt.p.
t the ( passed Slat ke !I5 ; .\ '
}leave \\i the :county through ami ; I _
again car ) spring do gat: od, I.Y1.1':1: Ltd .t hi-l M-i-oii: lif x.-.iui I :z ': ; *' J imos( Sip-ins 63 st.. C' :
\IUuilly evening vnne kind fncl..l.m'll- t tbos- on time,' it tII':1.! :: : :: -si-'rke', F!:. 0,' TAMilON! Jila''l.-ikc-! : II" t..llinI'1.1!; .. ; .t.i;. ie. ; : .., ;i, rot lei-oniim-nd luT"r..r .
these are wele'tmio !Jut if tin; "\VilJeinessj I I
; I.'i : !: to '! 1.1.r iuPC. This is the .
TI.CI ;I-.M' r.li-iry Lieu l
: (lilt. W,' t'ili edIe.ss! !P" :"';. i\'ilk.wki. : : mir: Ln\ ti.1li. 11'\ -lIlt:;:. lfit-'lll:.;. t I"; 11,.g,. il: I II .ill-1. I. .' !. .. ....>of Imitations: whicli aort .. ,
j i is I to bud and blossom a> the rose" I there The cross walk: fVl'l' t the railroad I I : ju i'l t ,,ti; II '.. .1. (,. I H.-'I-KS.: : I .' -k.nj I I'inbo.k rj 'w-- ... . ,. '" .>iitvi>: n.fmi>Uns la
her IlIiI'l.-.rov. at!
i i IIayres.-M.i! [; <':J.ell.: N.J.Jo cs aidvirt>.. S..t JliMl' 1.11111101! : I' I I l"'ll. i"i 1i...:,-Lifl.iL ok'... '
'must'bc men who will put themselves in ; SOUl II of the! ('nmmcici.il I Hotel, i ii in : : i- I''i.T.-: il.lt'sT'r.! ,u i I' t tl\. t II' I f one <:c" I'i:.- III.:.-."t :,'Iuln, ; 111.1 Stamr.p, : .d-"

m with thu T.Y.. Sw.at. and( falliI\'. F. If. M.:rmi.! \VL\-T: : : :. ; -:'. I ihi- .,ne-il -I: ot IT-- V ill I I Ai '.. .-". ... t'i i-c-3 .. 11 .
i i S3 pithy c'l1l1lr.br making sciious need of repairs. Our exceilenlMayor t : U'n.i- :11'1 '! r, ;> ,. t. S
and \ ifl' 1. !H Joii.er and wife. A.;" L.Von ( 'h. ;" ''i' -' t- 'll _1 .
wll i1Hua'iI-.i .Y : ; i I '
hoiiu-s there. You .... .. :: ) .
Want iirlivof better take walk i in that eliieclion.The .
: men I a ---------------- '
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( Kirn and! wir.rr... Su: 'ii' ..Mr.SparkiiMii : .U I'h \IAN 12). .t.tiI'S" :. r. ... -' (" 3. s. to -
who will pull olT their and -- ---- -- :ICT, r'r'. :.:! :,' i,I. I ;) I. 'I I : : .At. SHOE.s.. :
coils to iiniiV.vHD !
jp' YotiutIeii'' Prayer Mee'tingintcls : aid WI'h M'.ss I; Ell! I ilivrst4"flMi .-,; ;.?,, H. : ". ::1," ':' ': ..1'1 : ,1.; I:;.., III.<. i's.ii..euJi'i' ,: ; \ : : '!..". Con.jrc.aan4 '. .
work. then arc utica; of llns class who ( ,, .. .' 7 ... -
are / ',. : : : I ;'t':;:"" Penna. .. r.r.1. ;: ,0' ('/ Mi .. VnexA '
:.Mtiio- : i -< Lil.l.il' -Oparkmn; :1,1.11'0:11: : : .-: 4. ,. :_ -: I -
every Fi'i.Uy opening: at I the ; .I ; I : ." ',.; ; I 11..11I..t ':" .1 U 1)tirabiUf'i.mf.t& S
1 hfllilO'to Fioii-Li .
as t'rjir: future pl.ice of ,:;:: < '. .. .:-" :' ,. .' r'II.1. - I .'\ p.titi.r. A ". p' tiisl Chuu'h at 7oO:;; p. m. All young not fniX''l"'he' : ( IMi'.or ,iid f'II-: ...,. .. ..omw.1 i.rln-y.uin- '
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lesidencc (
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Yours truly men arc iuviied. X. .J. J<.o'" ,'" C"., have move I the'. : "' .,'iI ';r:1. d. L \: t vbtitEALER'3 f l .!f \\' '.. :: -- '
odicc sin(-: the the'o the rooms I in u tin \ A. "yc'i ._ f1. ,_ < .'_ ..
S. J. THOMAS. Mr.! B J Farmer compositor on the I 1 ,J.Mf'. ... ...J. _-I_._-" _" ,

-- '- '- Flori 1 la 1 ii I'c\nl. Fla., paiil : biie-k buildinj; O\'C.- n. If, JOII H* si I.r, _.. -- INF --- i' "- ':..:- -.' ... ., I..h. I 8'. '. r"-or.
I A N.\0 IIISTOltV. Gaillsvile. .
where t'v: will !tboir 1 : lJI I 'i".1\ 1 1uivleiist L a----- :. l.i.J _
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p 'S. ;
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btaike call I la-t :" .or I '
a pleasai't on 'I :; i ; : 0'v.. .
:11111)" ''IiH! i--ai: I ill ui'fo-ir.t-i IH,1'1..- 1 If F i t: J. .h d. . 'Jot .i., .:..... :. ". '. ." ..' U.t' .
Sixteen YearN of Or. J. O. Flaynes'Uriily Life and Summmliy.: Come again: .Mr. I .. ._' CLt .'}
I 111 arc ('\i''"- 1 1 to !;.. so'iui; i ato.iiv.I I J.Y: :: ( r.._ .., .. .1 : '.. .- ..:,:, {

lit loaded. I and slay longer... ; :i 72 '-_' y ?\ r o :". i<> u HFANCY > :. ':. .' :. J"r. iL :' S .. ;. ::

Dr. J. O. tile dentist." -- -- -- -- I desiiv l.i 1'1.1In! sincere !th-t'Us: I to I ., ... ,. .. "
llH.'ue leading; ,: 'r '4:; 'T 'QIJAntlt ." .
f t .1'
The Men's C""lt'J; r.'T: ". .. ., .. /
Meeting .
.- Young, Prayer "Y (% I 'If" e. .r.r I i ISe t t. 0.,;. ..
1 to'f I the eitiz.'I of t-urk::: :' for v.ilu; ibl. si-i vlo. / I -- : .. I' .. .
p'I i f this I'ounly, and a mosl c's-teenud 1 cilieii ; i 1': =. ;.: .1 ; '. t r. ai .iI'i't,! Ito'S .,
X-i yi, _-i. : :; ._. ., ,
mc'cts every :11'H1aflCIWolt I the! I'j 7 ..vI ( '- .J ri :: ', '1. o .5 : \ ." t.I : .
Bal .
/ of I this town lias, pel haps, come as I. remlered i in siving ;iy liu--e ,at the uc i 1: I I : st- ; "' :. ..' .iU.r3tJUitj. j. -" '.

dear suffering a plot racbiI inarlyrd' :as tist Chm.J at t o'clock\ p. I.1 \oang i tire.I \j' Grcifi ': I, .. .. ... ...., S j.S .... ..... 0'jo.j' "4
V t"
men are i. .
(of the scaned heioi'S uf thc Kite wars. iH\'ill.tl I Yen- r-j"fnlr.> \ : / '.1. ;,1"
any -- --- -- ; t '' S -
,4 -.\ !/ :, Y. ix -qlli.-; !: i p... : f. : .:- '
31 T. inll the vi .T 'KN r } ?. '
Kvt'iybody) knows tint the Doctor is an u- \ :\\.all.; IIn.1 11BjY Dv.Th'"C'ATAi'i'L '. :
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In.use owned ilr. H. Mai tin of the I d'1 -A-- :-' >: i : -- fn > -I'F--< .: .:. :
truthful his'C I ist'lm1t1 by \ .
genllcineu 11'1 .J >.
upright --
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Kentucky House j st north of C'ol.V.. )So .hI 'rn;: P7f rjT : "
men's bond. Head! his I .
lo most :account } r'," \ "irL 0' I I ; f'Ji.-.lH"
A$1 ? t-tw: 1.II"'S (., .
/ jj\I \ I _; )4 V 4 '
\ : I" i is wiut \
ju-t 1/
: aW.'l'lt. .
I of his long suilfiing: \ .I..orc's. you ": ... // \ \ f '.: ;
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I !!t. 1- /- I' JIW lTVi'i;: ;>. ,'; "
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:SrutKr:, FJ.A., .J an. CC, ItioT. W hope I Ihe bath house problem will TinNt'w I'lsprnv.l' ('at.ip'i'l: <%r !!.I..'!;,"i iJtiii .1 I .. -0.

Swift Specific Co., Atlanta: G.i.: soon t lu.< 1 tiniahcel, so the citizens can elljllj I ( n-ii'iiif-s !p'I.ll.lilt -iis.'; i, ;w" I' 3y ,:. (-1 STAI'.JIK!: FLI''V1-; >, ," '.,-'I'I ''. ,

G 1cTLEMEN :-In IfetiS I teller: uppc'arcdmi [licnic.s and bath, while t tins hue :y linisiiid; cur.I II': ::111.1 I e in !''i II' < ar. i I- ; -j'. -..., .4.-J.2, l.PtN0. ; ,_ fI,', !ii i jlii--; II tr:%-.t |IlL .,'e \ till : .. .

in Ihpock -t. ,>s II xvi-ijjlii: : 1I'I'Y :] -.in---. I- .- ..; i I :
Iii\ right h.ind. Allhougli I I look i imimeli.ite is h-ting us. ii will be ;a gr at :::11 act Lou ; ., .I. !, : 'o'.l; ti V I I'l-'i.I it'fO.Is THE ONLY TRUB. '<" ,
'\iiI :!".I :;1111 fir i..ili.'i: l :1lr! ::,"% L5 .:: : -T- l '

Mejis to heal 1 it up. in >I pite of the for many of us au.: will make like reSOI and forrr, and wi'ii::i 'i !ihIt;t! !hi' |ii..ciikii ; ; ...'L:: -. "-'.---- o ; f. '. ,

-1' tt'&ini.-dic.il alienI 1011. it conlinuwl tspread t. birdon; L':',.' Wlli;.. or llMnS! do.All ;, The iipr: rtr.cc:: cf puriiyinfj: the bood! cannot (.'........{..r :- I -I,.... _"' 'r.i"r t !)........- "-." ', iir .. I IRONTONIC ",. '.-4J

unlil U had covered i-ntire body --------_ sp'i'n-'j: : fro,n the :'ligiie-l l I ttt'e. be overct.;la.ilcJ, r.-' wi.out: j.uic blood! _' '. .. 1r 1-t .it'" "",
i tl t- ;
t my LOCI 1 1 ;i > i } /
Mr. J. Brown Jr.. t'lkrlaial.l, his; Ji st the llmi-i for I he I I'-iy-. 11:1'1 1 njrc I" you cannot (iij1,>y t .i"1 l.crjth.!: : f:" : "
.My ni-ck and I'l'att're eOln'rc.1 with 1 soles I.-- .- i 1' l'ilL..u"Z A.I I -.! .i.t. r., ; "
: I Iriends 0 hst Fiiilay < by a sell berainihy l re-ili/.i' i Us \.du.' '. At t'U! rer.r.rn nearly: : l'U17 one nccJ3! .1 :
git SM .
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fi ::1 1 f ;-: .t.i1. : tia -. i 'se."uii. ;' .< ;1'I. \ .
: .\ fresh collar would I lio bloony I ion my faie given at the residen.xot is i ilcy sie !u. In I the alisc.ieev"ii! i-t good medicine 10 ;'rri.'y, vit.v'.izo; and cniicli: i.it. ;'

raw necli in 0112 hour my feet aad a .kie-s wdll1rlj bill) cs: or s Hi'!, !pfblik's? in.uli'.... A-. ('1.1 the blood, r.--l \.c ai!; yn t,) try Ior-ir.s : #. :"
I' Col. The .. ... .:.. Will the >-.l1. .; .:
Movie's. young fl.isJ'lort ::101 ,, -'V : I. ; I.-. wt. I mrttj BLOOD r ralat* ;
\\-I.e broken out MI bu-l\!. tlril it wa<- weeks : I b:! llS-d c '::r- s (I 11i..lr.. r 1:1': ''i L l. :.1 J. P'.Cl'II'1 I ; -- f'-rsui'Tilii.: : lt strcng1s : .... .. the LIVER and KIDNEY$ aaot ..''-,
:: to --.l II iiis:: ; tic \v t.I" 4: .11 1 --i"-i"' esroBE tbaHKAl TH VIOi..
:goOlliue 11 g I'I f'II'm1CI it H sandeiii t- sjiiiio-.v- its\ .n.d ::1' i I a; lip Fv ( :;. : < "
I could shoc.s to : 't'l. '. 1 -M! "'." ."i .., OR of YOUTH. .
is f
when not wear iiaying C- .1.1i1 I Dj.pep.1aW.t '
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JiyMr.J. V. B. like.It. creates an appctt:: -, r..5tv"'cstl.e :.Igcrion: ; t .t.I. l.,- :.. :i .! r.J.nr is.'I c"v. ,if I of Appetite IndigMtioa.I-k of ,. ., .
hobble about in l-iigo :house Uppers. c -- --- .- .- -- i i. il c IK'S' !thing: : u-it l'-ir taxi!-: ::1'.<:s : wullc: it cnui: :.-::t3 (:::,:SC. 'i he pecsl:::;r ,-.1 i;:..r ..I:! ii III i' ,,'( L.-: I- -:.,. ; /; StntuJtt.b and TlnIII .1m.&b, .' :.'

I biiltcivd th'is fur bixteen } e.lrs. without We puhl"1 to:lay Iry interesting; as it v.i.l :ikill wiiii i'al spi.ilinj( li! iron '. I .coTiMnti; : I. ] 'i''cr'h:1"t., .-.f"l".n 'i! .:j.t!: :.iW'V :.* .. ", .\ 1 1-.H-.:: u "tjr-... olatelj doe and curd nerra: Boa.rec iT.ma aew* -Ilvi. .. 4.;. .'IJ
Ii getting beiielit front p1l.iei 118, or any loiter liom( 1 llev. -II Ir. Tliomas, of h)111.:1. :n.d; ii.iki'-: no icji.irt. A b-iy c.iti 'I.IM t i (,f tl.e: \r .il.i.T: :. :n.,,',:.IC3: w-el Ei-.j to .:...:.I'. ;.-.::.!.-i.I .!, tI. .1 :1\i. lH'r-.i! :Ii.-a. I't11 : '"i.,..':: force.and unpplies EnliTciu! Brain Ute Power.mint .. ..... ,. ".i ".

more "ennine plea-.uie i-i: a d I wiili I illCat.i.uilt -' I n"O" :. .c:. I..11..1.1. '. 1., -. '.' i'it ui .,.: I -8nffringfromcouipiatnt.p.e'S. 7
\Vis. will be wdl fr tomisls to (-i'lt- ty t.oJ. oa.
if time 1I-taik,1 blood puiiliors. l never met I : : T 0 I il'-f'r.' ,' LADIES har to their PCI will find in DK.HAHTER'8 '
< I : : tit in '\ iti:, all tiling, tst: inn: '. tar c'r.tvo; ewe;:. J\-o Io'- ml i : li: r. : -i-I-r-t. I' t : : ; IRON TONIC j. .

\ i u doctor within those wean-, pdnlulcar&i I I siJer this and) lake Ins advice Ilt IK-I go j Sample: t by :n::d !h. po'l. |Mid; rIll (,,...\. -I1' clIerae&.icincbLi-1cL! ; : ;: rC'HI wot.Jeift.I ':", .< !..', \'. ,::'' sV.-r .. 'I 1' t.. info..p#edr care Gives clear healthy complexlo. *.' .. -'", ,;
I't i-'l'V i
>u i r 11 t" i lIe T.
Allnttemptii at onl add. to Us
that I did not give him a ch.wI'to try back to soon.Mr I cents in stampo;l fur Al I :. i...j- r ;'... ,: II. ,j.:. ? ,. .\. "I'I !' hart;. boflOtezpartment--RetOItIOIXALANDZJT counterfcltinn j uopn ,.ra"\;' .

--- '-- --- \ell! 1 lr"-S. L'XiO.V SUl'PlA! AGKXCV.I5o. buy Hood's: Sr:.:: ::r.L' : (.0!i.t L,: In.li.i-i.! t-> "r:| :i v .. : -i ." .,- ... 'I t 1 i'' .s .: f ., ti ] Dr. HARTER'S LIVER PILLS C I .. ; ,

liis skill ; _but'ill in vain. J. Q. Adams las made a veragieo I I. \ o,.', l'hi'.IIII'phia.: t I'a.'lli"Un.in : t.iko ::.' el--! i j.: i t: !L :I. ii R p.'i.ar: ; ; -.,-iMiiKwa'. .'!! :'it.-il i..ic.'. '.1.1'-"ii..il t si's"i -I.I t.. ; '1 ''i <(-'esdaohe.ore Con.tlpation.Ltvar Sample Dose Complaint and Dream and Book SiekB! .'.',..:'.:': .. .. ,..
11'1' j .:\Mitlerings in warm \
iI knows than I which Su.iply; ; .\:. hey, !1'liili-n- .: iro!" r '. .. .: ., DR. BARTER MEDICINE! CO.. ST. LOUIS,MB. ;.; ; !. -
J gi e814I I lhan any one or : can I I rOlf. eXIII.ls eilii : I ; : r" : : : :. >11" \ i-i: tC'i .1 r s.

p'lia I'a., Y. ill sendon in.-ie gooiU 1..t' ,: rn.r.t1y : ;. :_. ..: ., .. : : .._ I.s"j.I r: 1 Ie '.;: .
IiJ' put III W -rds. 1 had givvn up all 1 hopes 'el j' over the sUc walk.: It makes the $ i r ". \ .;:'--.

I less nOll1'Il.all t oth.-r i firm in I I'mlie : Clerk! of t.i.- ,'.1' -.. ourt :1'...'-.J' : ( '-'i I Ha. '
of t-vi'ii gelling well when \last\ summer a uterior much more shady and :agieeuLU any .JO :S.tJC'J=" L.' _..:::1'I ,

,1ei I \var ago, a frieiui of lIIill 11'111 -.lvauliaiJ. The -folks- arc --- good I (',u1ltV.l. !. I .- "'. .'--,__ '- -------- Toti's sPills .

'oulIg planning : ... .
I 1 r.tiii read the ,
\'hl'luIC to ri. Sri.. 1 h id no Mil'1 :'.lh.'rtL..1I..iI: I f"rE .
(,:.1.. try [ (1L'C .
tine limes tot next two or i timewe'ks. I
froiii IUt'llidue.11111 told myfncnd many tie ("II'lullthcn: : s!.nd a tml oid" l4.'t. LOO) OXJXf : -'-_--_ __'d-' ... --- :: .:= .
I hope any Tbiee pailios this week aa-i ..JiSi'J.; .l.g -
l..c). I llv, lio\%vVcr, Mu/uedliis tail i.i : I I will I be more( I lii; in s.jjxtiod.i Compare this with.your purchases .tIrnaIatctbetorpjdIIyermtrenfl. '-
picnic aireaiij seiilc-il lor iiCxt weeis.Tlsat I : !. '.
--- - --- -- eOlithedllfe8tlveorK'.repl.teaU.. .
Acnllas: et I: i i-:; '
t I ill the ripei-iuv.' by ol crillg to put up Az'Mto : i-> way we like lo have the young ALL FOil :3!)) l'i.XTJ.: : \i b I do/en Ingc boltks ot S.S. tlc \ G. T Younir.. I il-: ; I' .u! j'" ae f-hI. :.t ."

C $3U th..l one people do wake up ami makf things livt-iy. Thii' ud} olTe-r is ninlit;\ hll'1: : ]I II . I'lnXeali AHTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE. :."' :,< *-:,"
1 His 1 taitii was MIgieat. _
would cure me. ------- I
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i.n r :ud'; into ail juus: of tin- f.u.n; u., ,.- .---.---- .
.1 JIIl'llidlll'1111 I The Jacksonvillelitrmuimi News is now ---- l L o r !I-d!:.; ;!!11 i : ::. m. :ml I ir'atinri.iv : IflTutaIarIaI(1ItrIetMheIry1rtu.ay. .- 1. "
I that I tried the ; AT UNlT) : and -retire f:1n.;t I tr:'\'c.Ve \ I 'lrtd ly..eeoK'lllzed.a.tbe7..nm,um p..> :. : ,
--- :- hint and b in charge of the Florida Printing Company \ will: i.dou : a! 7.G< ,1 :M aU.r Jropertiett II' f'-t.ctbe.711M. _
to cxcixihini
STAKKI i' ..\-i 16th.t 1SS7."o have been trjly giatclul to M : ;t: ltifsl1ir.1t' '..
B. '
lir&t bottles I with C. E. Meirill, Elnor.11 and 1s'fr ':JLiI!\ :::0 "f ;11. -;'e -z: :; t' : :::\ 1: from that. poison Elevantljrcoated. ....w : .
the Editor S. :. t'VclsjU('C. The two chief 4v. I Doieimall. Prlee, aoc. :
or To -
K TELEO RAPH: all I flrIIJ"e I J. Varnuin as City Editor. The new 2 O .\ 111"r: p1If'11! :I.jir I I each 2rid fVi '- day i \ \ :t. III: Hi !ILord'ak1i ;.:... .. .

In tendeiing my resignation I" tlitiard drove) the humor nut over mo :\-i, 10) I 'i.'I'e. ill'tlIIIi.I if. ii'l; I -. '. ..; I >*- |:Sold. 3SvexrywIiereySt :7 ; .
to make tl.e Nc M. I i y at G:30p' in. ,.
Trustees 27ih"St. than it was ut I'uM ; all,1 J soon all the malily -' prc.priclois propose "o lt.\-.I':, II!,...:.!:". :!: fJhljin'! ; '.:: 'r' ii i : New York
to take cITed hc ,8f; $ ..* fft.t. ,.
olio of the best in the South.About .M\XVlL .
iiiers I lot ( :1i.' S .d!! t.u': : :. -i -
had been driven out the same \\ay.Iii ': i.1; rs ( p"p.I.I1.) I.i h'Kiildl'.s ---
.. I nude a mistake in the date-. -My : .nd t'i.. '. U'li) I J'...,V-. each'i: i !! .-..1"i i .....; .. ..- ,.. .. .;.
i.ine bottle and to 25 of :: i in.:Hi li! : -, ..I.rc4O"zcs,) \I! 1.i m. a-id: i ;. -: : ; ".
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nth i is ml all, I took only day our .young peoplepai1 a .'. .. ...,,..::.
on the 22.1. jo1HIH'1'1.01"- at.d! i Eiiio': : : .
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:.It is neck and feet; are us perfect aany visit to .Miss Annie .\lvarc7 and lec i.I..J! VaIiriSlo: ; 31! M tj:j, urday. .r--.r ;) in. 'ff .. 'a, .. rum ..',''
nccccssary that those inde'.itcd. 10 my II .u-- : l -rr-N.t 1'1:1' ,\."'.) .,...: Ii. I .1' I It. .1..M ho. '.;.. r.(;,dl. It .-. .
ne should) bttile I h.w one's and I am sj well. Hut I cangisli: Ill) iu completely: surprising her. 1111. ia". U.uii" of F;i* .in-1 (n..,...'. ((2:"1 !p' n, ;, II''." '"'. -"err. 'ti (!!., ,1ft.\ hIS I..t ._.- .: .. .
with me at once-. ., each 4lh Lord's! r lift.eIi I 4' ...
I'enuuy! 'Ii .j!: iI' ( : I" t. '' '
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will heal in two diyshierc great : lines an.! "
and! it played many ) : : '
lfills hand 1 jai I '- Ia"l .rtji 'ti I Iil ; Io
me in : {
Iaorc \ -'tis...
fitarke t ii sc-ltle he-fore )!III(' i: iiit ). TI"! \! ',I, j'. : u 1: UilU 1"'II.r"I"i'-'. :: ". f' fir'i
before nnd abrasion ot my skin would had a grand lime at )least so : :a> sour "itfwi CTecijrziSlJON < .. ,.fu? ,I tlr.it t "* 1il).w fIt} iitii Oe-' ,' :., :
together ? : .. ii m r : .
and HS ;
where jiarties have no nWI t.cy 'I', anti 23 i' ht'l' ri 1:111': '. 1':1: 7 i:1: :t I :: I ( 11 : > ( .. ,: # :t .. ..> ': .; .,.Ii' .-
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shall have to aoce-pt nejotialile puptisUlead : not; heal. Foieman.Mr. ro'-..,. .\ (,f"ll { 'lIri"( ::I\'. D.f n'i )wII'.ah < [ r .. .. .' .. 1 !' ; .L .. ,I'i}. I." 1..1 .11... .I I.1\0.. .. -.ST'- ,...r.,,'.. ."'",'?";.,.,..?...
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in this .Hnulfurdjknows Al | -i I. 1"1111'le.10 .e-1: !L"'e L""I'' \ .. -,": ;,:;
body ( ) .I .i f
and thus arrange my suroiinis! toe XClrl.'t'ry: .J \\Morgan, who has been ab : 77 'l'ui il'.,s i ii! M 1 iri i. :and h !I....; -r-1!,. III;' :iUoy.il -. : ,e., rill";'' I .,. ..u II., '.. ..... p' .,.. 'c'--_' .: -" =11' ; .'.',
belie1.e I the .1 ,
was ,
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satisfaction of my crt'ditors. my cure. I -Illtlor some little time in .\tllla. G:.. l TuO'.r: < II: Fat.; nli J !j.. tc, In-; i 'f"' 1''I.'f.: ::: : ", :: ; a. r. ,.oII.H. ..H.y>;

As to the small hills due on 1 tuition t. first peivm lid C to I try :. S. S. ami now I' returned safe anil sotin-l. He has Finl.iiion! Til-1 ".LId i >>i isr--. Ji 3 .' I. ,.. ,- "" ". ." '"
me j las ., "
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1 with blood (liscatakei :M.tkt %;1.j.n"t'r. 'I'lli1 iil; 11-. i .
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trust his treated and : .t't.
nearly everyone been .
having we arc :
ge-nllemc'ii that W.1 i I : eyes .
will l1wmlll'r I : .* wo.iderf.il and : .rut-in..' T.-MiMir.: La--:; .ir" of* }P. ., :. I "Joy ") ; i ,t\.;' .: X' '. ,: : m ; e I. I t' I l. 1.,1" st h%- ._ > .- :.' .:; -.

*velahcned heyoml the-tr vxpertalionsW : I II it. I leg.ird S. S. ? Ji* a I glad to he.lr.thl'. arc better Iud gl:ul to : ar.d( l'n'e JlI"otlllle... The I.o.t.i > trr.iih. ".,' R2sTs3s. -Til":" S'("T..,..:: .lV."t.. .JT I--. ', 1 S"'."1.' : ). il'.n. ; c" '-::' .' -

) the good of our pupils. The childr powerful !Mood) purifier, .Im)1) shall! : be i I oil! him again. : : .1.uij() L 1'ii/-i I'n/.iic! l um.1 (r'f, -. ', ft STRICTLY Yc4TAL$ '_ t-.J '. .I I' I ; .. I I..t'. .. .t'I' '..-I-.... .,.J::..{ _l.i'J ... ,
I its iclie'ving I me- from fAMILT -.1".1 cr 'f ""t. .1 :" : .J' .. .. .' .. ...; .ill .I.:. _: v .... t1 .
advjinced ever greatful for I I'll//! '. Ol'l'alO:1.lf lf.//.le\: Ciiinc-' !}'" -. I fAt'LTLESS! MC01CIME. I : s .n t }" .,

.ve. rapidly, and have: :tcqtitrtdl1tWhjcI3 thraldom of misseiy anti pain; that had I j I is suid: that F. I Morgan: slept on I'uTJic! ; Mi lli io Ciy.ti"v." .,.-: I iChiirr.iinii. i-: -. ) "( I'd-t.Ii.\"J') : 11, ".: :. ''' '!. I '. \\ ,-IIp ;'''- '.1..:," -: ,.', ;;. "

will g'. witi! them through I I The Sc'Vtni Vrii'i-r-! I.t E' h'- Lit -. .. ". alL| '. L,'. I : "
until took S. S. the )lounge at the pot otface on Wcdne-s-: : i \ l I. 1 > ;j. iv : .
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lasted siite-jn! years: : # "
Every good and wnM'-le' will! : World.Ti t'i: I I .. v ';.. i :;.- :i in* :iyi* >rti 'F; '
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. man. tlay night! to meet his brother, by sL-cinj: ; I l'Jl:1 1:1' t. :, '. '. .
mlt that our of icielnns i I S. !II' .snutil .::1"1 of '):) f'cntsprrii-nri's,t :i.i- :t" r ,r.- :!: I I.. I .

of, system III..t Ycu rs. soundly the fiist intimation!I : of te!: I train I Er.liie: ; l'.di"! :: :1-. alio'.e e-i:iii.-ril-' !L ii AND ;:: \ !hit I.i.' !I ,..1- it. : {....:.: r .' -: I 1). \I.. ". ..,,.-. ... ..::: -
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our ) J. O. 11.\\E was lit t'I.ile b'l. Fred jir.nx-.l upliied 'Hiis;; p.-i-vl!; > tIC; (lUANDMr I ) iTKlt !"' :'It !li.; ", 1.1' :' ,"' \ :1- 1 t.' .:\'" I mi \;i-i;. "

1in; instn.clion suc-h; ns to I! lIre : tin-! door with th.! )t. O. !I :: v. i r 1lI'j.. 10,. ury !ir-i; ;:!-i.l ,:li v. :101 OH Dollar ,' ,..1I!I\; r ;.iIm'i. ,,r I.I; ... :. .,.i.. .: .ill\. L. L. ; I. tt ''
to uiilix-k J
h cae" is only (ne of many r u :; :1'1.. : I: 35-
Dr. Haynes rrti I
ntpiel sdruncement) nf jisiy scholaroopcknltoreeclvc : I f-iii; 1"' i'\<-:!'"\ ti'ti e' 'I i1 wi.l: m>" .I r-i-: 1I r t---e I' ; c. -- -* j .
.l 1 J..fi. I thaiS piii.eii.) fi.u'lv; : got (lit feirgeltjliig= in Ila.. -__-= u.' .; 't'. % .,.l, inh'-I.t" I: &
t t' I thous-unis.: It is ;i dimonsirite I --1 !ii \',Il..or.1 i.f: ?1' n.. .\d\ !'n--s. J. "CA .. : h r : I : *

lard it. .Ve work jUst ; S. S. will i i I cure catani.! rhiet it t:!i-'iz. I ('xi.ilem.t. his suspenderand s!h.iis, .i i r. j I. ;:: ;:::'. '1 ..'i-V i 'n :j': \\:1: :i iI As you "al hhb! pttac .."..imineep"d. ':t.It 'II I '1 'rY-"t;. 1 J\. <' -. -. .. -.-. .. --'I." .. :.,: .!....rp._v.4..iII.-i'(. 1&. ,. ..*J _..

or h.mler: thv unwilling tlr oih, 1110.1Illi"oJ'lil'r. ;.. ::ge ind k s.le j).1 get iKeth j.let PII t uinr.cc- A"J. ..,....... .. .... .
upon cAncer. s.rorua.nnd! *-vciy :r Foieman of the TeKgi 'i nilUe.i.ilcivied .w'' .;,1'1. i rt-tl Z Tr'1eZrtInk _, : '- S : :. p.
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Ihe l i Liai at t'.ie: po'l oilice i'e.tmoiniiig the beal aiiU si. I.hc.l'. .;.... '. I : 'S .r- Y-. :..,''.."- ; -- -
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Wool Grower .
The Montana
AGRICULTURAL. HOUSEHOLD MATTIES. The Mesmeric Power. that there will be nearly a miion.sheep COCKLE'S

-. "I wi tell you of an instance of this sheared in that Territory year, pro- -
I Strawberry Jam power said the mesmerist.' at least pounds of wool .

t.1 ;: r TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVETO Mash the berries with a wooden spoon, was pssess" it one day in my office -ducing i,000,000pOundS 8,000,00 more thn the product !
them with the hand to of friends. They poohpoohedit. '
or squeeze lightly ; a party
-- 00111. place in the preserving kettle and cook bet you a suit of clothes, I sid
fifteen minutes. For ech measured quart to greatest agnostic of the lot, 'that Wvnen. For LYe.DUe only IndigesUon Purse 'Veftabl ate. Vre

; 3p MC.%rt & !*?j-.; _!* $ tor.t Clover and Timothy. of berries 'add one and a half pounds I'll sell a layer of sal to T- at the old F.r ,"worn-out Over-Worked"run down," debilitated Clr A&ene: V. N. C1LITTINTON, l.-

"Don appui,7. Clover and timothy arc the main reliance white sugar; stir well, and boil slowlytwentyfive market rates. lie going out of business school teachers overworkedomen,mill'nen seamstresses generally,housj-

-. .. r ,, ;. ; 1 of most farmers for meadows and to thirty minutes. : he has no ue for the salt, but he'l Dr.keepers Pierce's, and F \or.te Prescription is the best"

PTIOIt BATES. pastures, with the hope that the natural The above dictoD for making jam take it from me. The bet was made ad of all restorative tonics. It:Is not-ore-al.
will small fruits as I went directly to T's< office. I chat bat admirably fulltills a 8lDgleIes
.- ot.yi_ ...... $1 ZO grasses will "come in" and take the placeof aril.vto ) intended do- being; a most potent all those :
izet T.nn; 75iBttbepsld the kinds sown when they die out, as currants, raspberricsblackberries, gooseberries ted about himself what he Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to I I

p- AU nb.c. a Invariably In ad- they often do in a few years. Clover etc. ing when he retired, but did not let 1 women. tonic It is ami a powerful nen Ine.general and a well vigor asuterns.
: Impart
vacs 2. nEtIon1n favor of about the
anybody. word
: ], scarcely survives longer than two years, single escape m and strength to the whole s> I prompt
i .; COfliw.aft BOO all matters of local In'.er- .4 and the timothy lingers along, gradually ,. How to Bake and Dress Apples. I had in hand. Ye all the time I ly cure. weakness weak of stomach, debility -, m -, ;
4 ;: ; eat aoUdtottfrottsJipsru_ of tbe county. I! disappearing:, until in a few years on Pare and core (whole) as many applesas concentrtee my upon this one bloating and bck. in e't erscx.prOtratlon.( -
4 t ----, .- --,-- soils thing: must take this salt; you must is bold by dru:?g.sti: nn If r our E,
light it is 'Yo
; all Where the ordi- nA
t gone. desired and them in an : bottle.Price .
$ : Directory. .. place this salt.' Then suddcnly.1 drew poditirc guarantee. wrapper around II
__ take : lee
uftermath "
of timothy is not off from which i .
STATESOFTICEnESEXATORS pastured nary bake pan. _Fill the place 'Pe $1 a bottle bottles for > .rlarr
4 .. TOTTED the roots will retain their hold on the soil the core was removed with white sugar prepared contract from my pocket. A large treat se on Diseases of 'O.uen. profusely ,

: longer; but when the crowns are left and around the apples ter,'I said. 'I want you to buy this cargo illustrated with fent colorel for 10 llllc stamp and numerous A
Eon. Ch... W.Jones,PensacolHon. *.- I I bare, it is n.ot uncommon to sec a whole water pour to keep them from sticking of salt from me at those rates. Read seontmet. Address wood-cuts, WOKLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL "."1, t'' A
1 Wilkinson Call Jacksonville.BEPBXSXXTATIVZS it from mechanically Butalo N. Y. ;
I field killed out in one winter. In very Bake until well cooked, but be care- He took me ASSOCIATION, Ct3 Main street.

.i41s; : !I i I lich ground clover be alive for I pan. mash. read it carefully and signed his remarkable his ;
may kept ful not to allow them to fal or THE King of Holland has a :
kV- First Dtitrict-IJon. R. II. M. Davidson, Qnlncy- several 1 year, but it cannot IK depended For dressing take two or teaspoon- I name. I then left him and showed the torical collect 01 of harness. DR. 'A y
iV Second DI.tr1et-Bon. Charles Dougherty, Port I But I
-J & Ora ee. I I| upon longer than for a second crop. More uls of corn starch and butter the size of paper as a proof of my success.minutes Use Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" for constipation. rn 1 [1 P '
' 4. a u. e. cmctJiT COunT: i' hay can be had from the usual seeding pf an English walnut and sugar to taste. had not been in my office ten ,
't. ? Fifth Judicial Circuit-lion. W. B. Woods, Atlanta 1' clover and and the now thoroughly convinced agnostics THERE i? in New York city a Canadian pop- Blood
J, f,, ,Ga., Supreme Court J nstice aelgn.a. j| timothy than from any other. Mix with half pint of water, flavoring it still there when Peter nla;ion of at least ltIJJ( (The Only_Sellable PI J

r Hon. Don. A. Fardee,New Orleans, La., Circuit i I I The clover occupies the first year almostexclnsively with vanilla and cook loner enough to were ap- remedies have failed, Dr. A- :r.t.-.V." V.n
t: Judge.It. ; the it becomes cook the corn Now pearea. If all eocarel -
, M. Call.racJaonvlUe.U. S. Attorney, Northern following year thoroughly starch ''Why II-,' he said, 'I do not Sage'sCatarrh Remedy cures Dn A
thinner : forms dish the ,
F. District. I I timothy lift the apples on a pour 1IATIS
most of the want this salt I am going out of business JET it is not generally known, is a varietyof
W. C.Bird. Mars'j&l! Korhern Dhsthct.I. crop year afterm aid. dressing over them, and serve in ; Scrofula A
Philip Walter.Jacksonville, U. C. WIlponTa11a. Ten its place is gradually taken by Red- dessert ( hes. I find that this smal and besides, you have sold it to me coal. _ _ ,
'1 hassee, F.C.Humphrey, ,Pent&cola <'Ierkf.1\'onh- l Something New Ring
i: crn District.' Blue-grass, or t he more common wire very palatable also with cream and sugar. far above the ruling rtes. Hallett& Co., Portland, Neuralgia, j
grass natural to all of the Eastern and To the from the "Of course I destroyed the contract .Andmostimportant. do allotherSkln and Blood
TZB1U-XOBTBERN DISTRICT: remove cores apples a Maine, can furnls i you work that joa tan And
.. Jacksonville! ,first Monday in December. Middle States.-An.(rie c Tallahassee, first Monday in February. theji'sence of "core cutter.'' Mrs. done. He was thoroughly mystified. are located. Either sex: all ages. Ata I' LIVER AND I 81
a Mass.,wri'es us t hat he made
: Pcnsacola first Monday March. in the Hand Wettboro
R. C. Craft. 'You'd make the finest salesman SOU profit in a single! day. Every worker can Core Indication and .11 dlaeoac j ,
'!; 4 t.B.DISTRICT COCBT: -Northern Ditrict: Odors in Milk. world,' he said. 'At that rate you could make from $5 to $25and upwards per day. All ..enfeebled condition tie.y. I ItVAak "I
.w Hon.Thoe. Set'le,J Jackrcnville Jod):c. for Is new. Capital not required; )'U'lnre s'artedfree. your Druggist for DB.
_p ?, 4fif ){. M. Call Jacksonville, V. >. Attorney. We do not allude to the odors absorbed Keep) Away Dust. tell cobblestones gold-bearing Full particulars free. Send your ad- DY and take no other. Price (1. per 0
'., \v. C. Bird. Jacksonville Martbal. by the milk, but to tho i' to itimmedintdy quartz.'"Sacramento Bee. dress at once. bottles fo SB. 7u1 by the I
r- FhIlIpaJter,Jacksonville! Clerk, Ensttrn' DI. < impartCc A celebrated (jcrman physician once i a
If have tumor, (or tumor symptoms PARDEE
; v vli-lon. at time milking. you
-, D. WlleoJlTaIahl1plee: "Middle li.. Kait tha.t'he never cast down his eyes up- Cancer(or cancer symptomsScrof) ulaEry->e- Rochester, N. Y. l
Clerk ieion. I k
Again luvu done
we st before
as we : Living Longer.
floor but he imme- las, Salt-Rheum,C h
, : &- F. C. Dnmphrerenlacola.! Clerk, Western Division. *How on a freshly rn ii\'eaknessesN FEMALE Loclcport 8
many wavh thcuddeisof the cows diately raised them.and thanked God- of life in England by or other compllints-1r. Kimer's.
.. nnxs: 'I before milking thc'l?"' borne will even undoubtedly appreciating the benefit of Te prolongation of the application of sanitary REMEDY wi This I t certify that I have bn S

ii .'.. .'. Eaetern Division-Jackeonviye, first! Monday In read with nstoiiKhrniut our inquiry for breathing in an where the dust reason is such ROYAL GLUE'mends anything! Broken Chi. matic sufferer for ten years past,
December. is \ apartment measures in the last thirty years Wood. Free Vials at Drugs & Gro
known Glass,
F- .- Middle Dlvlilon-TaHahausee, grit Monday in i 'wel that all over this great had been wiped from its headquarters. that 349,000 were alive at the na. lasting from six weeks t four

c. Fe roary. country with but few exceptions, the attendant European customs arc being more and who persons wonld have been deadif If afflicted with ore eyes use Dr. Isanc Thomnson'a I have been treated by the beat i :
end of 1886
.J' Western Division! -Pens&cols! first Monday In sell bottle
to stalls and milks the Ej e-water. Druggists per at the
1far h. _ goes cows more frequently followed in this countr. the rate of mortality of the period from at2i. j this vicinity.have sought relief
without washing the udders, and carries In abroad Piso'o Remedy for Catarrh Is agreeable to of Western New A
rooms been as watering places
STATE OFFICERS. living 1870 to 1880 had not re
4 the milk to the is not a liquid or a
Yet in the snul. 0. t
-.' Governor-Edward A. Perry Ta'Uhassee.! short mik-room. man households which arc famous for was. The death rate for the six years I, sulphur, magnesia and electric j 1
.. ..', Attorney-General P. Cooper, Tnllahatee. period of heore the milk can their neatness, the floors are left bare, excepting since 1880 was 19.3 1,000 of population -- -- --- ----- --- ------ only temporary effect. No 1 f
: cool it has per
%4 ; Secretary of &ao-John L. Craw ford, Tallahassee. even greater damage .
.. recch'ee where is laid in the centreor until I
decade between
a rug against 21.4 in the had been experienced .1
,- than can occur to other a
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes,Tallahasree.Trca il any manner. before : sofa. 1870 and 1880. The lower rate is BMEDALS.AWARDED.YO'B used several bttle of Dr. : (
urer-E. S. Crlil Tallahassee.\ In the first place, where the cows arc truthfully
It is now becoming fashionable in of or marie can
decrease zymotic
due to the '
1Ii '. AdjDt.nt-Genelal-nld Lang, 'Jallahassee. kept in stalls it is not an easy matter to largely sa I believe it the only reinodr tht
America and woolcn floor
Commissioner Lan?. and Immigration L. to use carpets dise Between 1860 and 1870 i
filthy es.
have < such
Mllchcll them drop the solid or liquid man- : a permanent cure, and a
: TallahassM.Superintendent cloths only in rooms and those each thousandof
drawing deaths for
we're 4.15
- I'ubllc Instrnctlona J. Rns- nures to the rear, and entirely out of the Curei Pleurisy, commend it to all rheumatic sfe
'.. apartments only occasionally occupied, such diseases. Since j
-- .sell, TallaUasMe. stall. Even then population from Uboma".m Lambr. sure and certain Cr.
-r, Co'mmlssioner of Immigration A. Robinson a portion may spatter and to substitute other and more wholesome the rate is but 2.43. The birthrate Backache,W.ta.n,Colds la You truly,
1880 Cud.11 Ache ae4 -
the Chest
t TaUaba.ce.T upon the cow's bed, and if the (' w ad- htra.pENSIONS w. PE i
( of for the floors of t.
'. ". BUTBZXE: COURT. herself styles coverings last year was 32.7, or lower than at any i .
justs for rest dining the night she C irsi_ ErB -
t ClilefJnettce-Oeo.. O. McWhorter.Tallahassee. will probably get more or less of the offensive sitting dining and sleeping rooms. time in the past forty years. Infant mortality I A
.'- .Aleoc1ale.Io.tlref-Geo. are more or less popularand the
.- P. Uancy, Tallabatlee; mattings also diminishes. Since 1880 wu.of Imitation* under ilmUsr.
2 H. B. Van Valkenbnrgh Jacksonville.S Thiscannot matter on her udder and teats. refreshing to the eye; they do not rate has been 141 per 1,000 births, against '!

: # PUBLIC LAKBB-U. 8.Lande. prevented, and exists as aster catch and hold the dust, as do carpets, 149 in the decade preceding 1880. These

i-.: land. office, Qalnesyille C. Tucker, Register. the factas whole all wel know the body that is frequently covered- ).c they break, ravel, pul out and rot, if facts as a whole indicate, it is thought a ftjjfl a., i 1,

: STATE: LAKES with filth. dampened. Inlaid painted floors, larger diffusion of knowledge and the i

.- Land office, Tallahassee L. Mitchell Com although more or less cold and noisy, real comforts of life.-Baltimore Sun. I!;
.4 missioner.. _____ __ cow perspires, and thoughthe seem to be the most healthful and satis '
'.' COUNTY OFFICERS. perspiration may be insensible, jet factory. It is certainly a comfor to the THE-BEST-IHTHEWORLD i iII t
every pore of her body is eliminating A tender-hearted and compassionate atk J
County Jndze-J.H. Itlrhard. housewife to be able to out dust L'S OWN. your
,. .. Clerlt of Circuit Court-U. F. York. odors, matter being exuded that i is really from a rug, or throw it out of doors andsweep disposition, which inclines men to pity Officers': deserters pay. bounty relieved.procured write for our Pta es and Price List.HILL I I
*' Sheriff 11. W. Epperson. injurious. There is no more direct channel and feel the misfortunes of other, and BROTHERS.
it 2lyparspractice. Sucr "
the if she is blessed
Tax A*...>M>r-N.C. Wainwrigbt. on grass, :SGI & :5UU mUHDW.-r. NEW
4.- .. lax Collector: B. Haynes.SoperlntenOcnt downward for this eliminated mater with I grass plot. A painted floor, or which is even for its own sake incapable A.W. : Ilrlular.fc O".and new laws Hats. Caps and Straw Goods at
of Scbooli-R. T. Dowling. than that which leads to the with the boarders and of involving any man in ruin and misery, Washlngton.H.C.PAINT
one painted
County County 8nn'f'1or-.J..hn fommlNtlnne -P.U Pratt.Wltkovskl, <>. ,V. teats. True a portion may evaporate, pretty ingrain rug laid in the centre, will a is of all tempers of mind the most amia- YOUR BUCCY t It

t McKlnney, M. It. Be cley, John S. Andr A" and but there is, nevertheless, a proportion on prove far more pleasing to the eye, easier ble; and, though it seldom receives much

)I. V. fcnilin. __ __ those part! to keep clean, and, most important of all, honor, is worthy of the highest. ; BfGGY PAINT Paint: Frday. run it .Church Sunday. Six Fabm" ,
CITY OFFICERS.M A cow also sheds her hair or rubs off \. luni? necessary iJnes In'r a lnK'h Gloss. Tip ton for Chairs "
.. more wholesome than an entire coveringof ujxin ,receipt of One Col]lar. and Wo"ant it to wea. I>ucount to the
some of it from her skin. BUJY
In --- -
yor-T. .,. Kn'::1It. doing so carpet.-Consumers' Journal. "Mamma what is color ? asked -
y a-..hai-n. I n. \\ mi. she also looosens more or less dirt from hlmH" :
r.crk K. I... "' I little Nell. "Inability to color ::
Sim-kmm. her hide which be dusted LIVER BLOOD AND
as easily
: .- 1 ros nrcr-B. II.Join ... Useful Hints. from another, my elear." "Then I guess
the udder as.
elsewhere} while the
411v-Attornpy-J. T. W ill*. I upon ,
I Ald'rOlI'nIo'm C I.'ich! trd. J. M.Trnby.Tate loosened hairs find a lodgment also ortarand paint may be removed from the man thl made.my geography is colorblind

'.. I .,w Powell,J. \1.JObD, D. I.. Alvircz. I wherever they fall. Then there is the window glass with hot, sharp vinegar.Whiting because he's got Greenland painted. Mrs. MART A. MCCLURE, Columbus,Sans.,

-, I. _h __ ,_. ___ _____ ..__ I down .LIVER DISUSE "rt "I addressed you in Novembr.l& 6ENERALDEBILITY.
the ammonia the is
water J'eIJ'l
; .. "TnE public; celebration of theQueen's salh'j from tongue when she licks i or : t my health,
r. f herself, to !ay nothing; of the kicks and I preferable to soap for cleaning windowsor AND liver dis.heart trouble,and female weak'
Jubilee will involve a consider- I scraches ', wrote C. C. Shayne, was advis to use Dr. s .
receivc 1 fiom tin* feet, which I paint. ) 1882. 10 Prllt I neB Favorite Prescription
i- : ; able outlay, for which a Parliamentary I II II throw filth in'n' (Inertion.Will To remove stains from the hands cut a streetN.Y., "Cripp'ed with lumbago; I tl ied HERT TROUBLE Meicl lisover.. one bottle Medical HO1Iy&C3)r'

I rote will be I the this filth St. Jacobs OH: it relieved;tiled again it cured of the Prescription,* five of the ,
necessary says the London I I Ju.lal remove lemon in hal and apply the cut surface mC." Noveib'r 1. l-4i- he writes: "Confirm I ery,' and four of the Pleasant Purgative Pellets.' My D1Co'alment .
World. "The coronation of the with the strainer! J is an impossibility to the my statement; was completely cured.."' Pr:cenlty gnu t improve under the use of your medicine, and my strength has proven i

4 :. ". for him to do so e\rn it he stiained) the I To revive wilted immerse the cents. _ bck My difficulties have all disappeared. 1 can work hard It has been
t Queen cost about roses
40,000, against milk huudied time The enll all four or live miles a day,and stand it well; and when
i a *- strainer .
-., I I may I of the stalks in very hot water a THE Emperor of China is the shortest monarch I began using the medicine I could scarcely walk across the room,
,JC:0OOD for
,. William IV.'and 240,000 urn st the hails, hut the moist hand; of'' minute ortw-o. in the world except the baby King ofSam most of the time, and I did not think 1 could ever feel wcl again. lImn:,
4 for George IV.; and in many respects i I,I the milkman will iemo\e the lilt from 1 monarch, le ng EiiipeiorVilliam.only live feet tall.. rf The ciermanr.inllest I have a little baby girl eight months old. Althougl a little and
The lustre of morocco be restoredby j delicate in size an 1 appearance, she e your remedies sour
I I the teats and lower i
; ;: of theaMer who feet just surpassing lii-i gre.it-
tie coronation forms p.rt is "
I other treatment alter
fr: a precedent for 1 I all the credit for curing me as no
..- .... the JubUee. I |I which will dissolve, and they can no mom c varnishing it with the white of an egg. 1 randneillew. the kuip.ror. of 1'Uisia o' cm beginning their use. I am very grateful for your kindness, and
hear that there is to be be "trin.d out t than rroam. The ill- Apply with a sponge. ----- _, -- thank God and thank you that I am a well a I am after yeas I
a special meeting of the Privy Council C To stains from Mis M. Pollock, {': A'sfuith St., Baltim-, of suffering."
1 mail lc take ;
of is i remove
,!, fling improving dairying at the pail, iI j ox Md., says: "Rel Star C'ouph Cure for colds, MK Mr.I.V.WEBDER Yokhire. Cattaraugua Co., THE S ,
I' J next month either at the Windsor and of gall, a wincglassful turpentine and words in
Cos-;I plenty hands, n dry I i mix coughs and ro thro;it has no eiu.il.?' Price I I } wrtes SIY prise
;I tie or at Buckingham Palace when the towe and a good washing} of the udder j into a piste with pipe clay. Put the t weht-I\e; cents! a bot He.'! LIlLH Gol.lln Pelli'ts.Medical" For Discovery fire years and previous} :to done in the
( is the first essential. Ftinn.iit :!isle c\Hlhe stain and let it remain several --- l'urgltve 1 I bad medicine
!'at. p II was a great ; a
his ISELSE sutl'rer
and 11. of in tking
_-. proposed arrangements estimates : FidJ, will be submitted. To this council will IKJSSIS I unable to do my own work. I am happy to say
4 \" nsIiintin's will. It was irintet in Alexan
J be i :For washing embroidery in crewels orIIik dria. '\ a., in and consists ,.f thirty odd :I am now well and strong, thanks to your.medicines." "I was
HO !
summoned the Prince of Wales
the I a gallon of boiling water: on time-stained It sleeplessness
'. and Garden Notes. pour punted! pagea. Chronic Diarrhea Cured.-p. L7.RRE Esq., i6 and til
'i V Dnko. of Cambridge the Cabinet, one pound of bran. Let i stand fort mnletvciy interesting re.llni and is a curious Decatur Street, A't7 Orleans/ //n., three bottles of Chill
.. tree is likely to thetrt'C. hours souve-ur. i the 'Golden Medical Discovery,' and it ba cured me of chronic writes: "
the prove stirring
The.'Welfee occasionally
great officers of tho household twenty-four ; -- ---- -- ----- diarrhea. My bowels are now regular." I I took your
stniin and use.
Archbishops of Canter-
Keep all tlU suckers that tart from the In frying it is the common mistake to
: bury and York the "THE BLOOD IS
Bishop of
roots of
trees removed. They not only use too.ltt fat, or else not to have
: London Mr. Gladstone Lord l make the tree very unsightlvbnt will in- .,.I : heated. The heat is not great Thoroughly cleanse the bloo, which is ihf fountain of health, by :

Ilnrlington, Lord Granville and Lord jute its growth. j enough for frying until i sends up a thin digestion a fir skin. buojant spirits, and bodily health and Mgor will b

Sydney. The details will subsequently I An extensive fruit grower who has sot 1, smoke, or until a bit bread droppedinto poison.Golden Especially Medical Disel\'I'Y proven cures 11 cflicucj humors: in, from curing the Salt-rheum common pimple or

be settled by a committee selected |: 30,000tre'cs, says, as to peaches,pen sand it becomes brown and crisp almost and Swellings, Enlarged Glands, nnd Eating Ulcers.

from the above !, plum, he picfers them at one je.ir old !II instantly.. : I Aspaiagu, cauliflower, ccl- Rev. F.Asnrnv HOWELL Pn.tOT of be M.E.and can $ .
personages; with and a]lp11 at two jeats. 01 y, cg 4 plant, oyster plant and potatoes INDIGESTIONBLOTCHES. Cul'ch. o/ ilttm, ] ., says: Al was afPainand
ono or two additions of permanentofficia's .uv fried in a kettle with 1cCd! \vill mdigiotion. Bois and about three
Wlwl ': the leremss] in the. nlliuC wh1 BOILS I to arise on the the J cannot
by whom all the real work I poultry hOI!(' it is necessary to apply the 1| pic nty smoking hot fat p blotchls'gun, a tired feeling and benefit he

will doubtless mixture of [I The for moths dullness. I began the use of Dr. Pierces '
kesosene following
.. be done. The rough J I oi and grease to recipe keeping Golden Medical Discovery as directed by ,
estimate for the thanksgiving service in the under side i as well :a-* the; top. out of clothing is : favorate in some> families him for such complaints, and in one week s A RIB
I : Mix half a pint of alcohol, the same time I began to feel like a new man, and am now sound and well.
:; :Westminster Abbey is "12,000. A magnificent Experience conclusively !howl thatI I of The Pleasant Purgative Pelts' are the best remedy for bilious or
I the public taste- for fruit keeps pace with quantity sphits of turpentine and two sick headache or tightnes the cbcst taste in the
t. display fireworks from Hyde the inc'ieas"d production. Desirable ounces of camphor.' Keep in a stone bottle mouth that I ba\e ever My not wll across tho
Park in the evening is notion fri I and shake before The clothes floor when she l>ogan to take your 'Golden \ \' "
a good
; products are now almost constant ai using. Now she can walk quite a little ways, and do some light work.covering
a .. but the idea of 'throwing the of diet. 01 furs arc to be wiappid in linen, and attacked
open' Mrs. IDA 3!. STRONG of Ainmorth, Ind.,writes: After being
:- theaters to the public on the night of In Xorthcdimate.. gaidcns! and iiimplcd-up in the pieceof blotting Japer H lp.J DINT "My little boy had ben troubled with hip-Joint commenced
dipped liquid are to .
'4 orchards I disease for two n he commenced the began to
June 20 is preposterous, and must bo "houl IK screened from the : box with them, sb that it smells DISEASE use of four 'Golden Medical Disco-very' and the
j. '. abandoned"DiD .' cold w ( by good hedges.( The stronr. 'Pellets, he was confined to his 111. could Mr. T. A.
prtt'c- This
___ tion thus afforded is much than i c'Cjiiii es renewing about once not DO moved without Buffering But vouches for J
it ever occur to you as to the high walls. 1'etlr I Boilc-d eggs which adhere to the shel Spring Is the best time to purify the bo': for at now, thanks to your 'Discovery,' he is able to b gentpain.al time
no otner sea>on Is the body so t-usceptlble benefit
;. amount of money invested in baseball The farmer who rais's_hut limited I are fresh. A good egg will sink from medicine. Tfce best thing to take t Is Hood's

% 5* a well-known base-ball man number of swine should make it a point water. :.' eggs are glassy and smooth PpPllHar/ i5arsalarlllawhich b It peculiar. CONSUMPTION, WEAK LUNGS ,
: shell. ,
i A fresh egg has a lime-like surface combination, proportion and preparation
asked a New YOlk Sun reporter the to have them of one of the Iluick' row. to its shell. After an egg has been possesses curnUv@powers unequaled by any QOLDEK MEDICAL DISCOVERY cures Consumption (which ia Scrofula of the !

:' other day. "I thought not. Now look ing breeds that will grow to medium laid a day or more the shell off other medicine. Be sure to get hood's. ting and nutritive properties. For Weak Lung Spitting of Blood, r f
# size and fatten between, say March nnd comes Hoods Saraaparilla sold by druggists. $1; six for and kindred affections, it i a sovereign While it promptly :
., at these figures. There are twelve organizations New Year or earlier. easily when boiled. A boiled egg, whichis $5 Prepared by C. L HOOD & CO..Lowell Mass. and purifies the Mood.
1 done, and dries quickly on the shell It rapidly! builds" up the system, and increases the flesh and weight of
now the national E. Williams, of New Jersey, is of the when taken from the kettle, is fresh. _IOO_ Doses One Dollar wntmg diseases.
agreement, namely the National that COI8nmpton.-Mr EDWARD Nnwro of Harrowsmifh, cal'
: opnion lene-s in
whie'aria quality Eggs which have been in the
packed lime writ' be praised by me for the remarka on
-.- 1- -*- -*- wi (
League American Association, International of fruits is generally to poor look stainee, and show the action of the 4 ble my c. was so reduced that my friends bad all procured
culture uncongenial soil or soil lacking lime surface. \\ LYDIALPINKHAM'SVEGETABLE given me up, and had also been given up by two doctors. I then rerety.
w League Northwestern League in e I packed in bran --- went to the best doctor in those part He told me that medicinewas
Western League Southern .League fertility, are times when inferior for a time, eggs acquire a musty smel. i only a punishment in my cse, ad would not undertake to
quality is'beyond the skill of the cultivator I treat me. Ho I might try Cod liver oil if I thank you

Eastern League. Hudson.Biver League, and entirely due to the season. 0 QtvtiU lkl'.1 that was tho only thing that could possi. "
P any power over consumption
Why Vinegar Sharp. curtve 8
0 Pennsylvania Association," Colored J I UI course ,"ou've been told twenty I OFFERS THB far advanc. the Cod liver oil as a lat WASTED
times to The has been I TO D I was so weak I could not keep
League Michigan State I League, and plant plum trees in your poultry question propounded: I SUREST REMEDY IE on my husband, not feeling satisfied A

.the Ohio League. The average memo yard; but here is something new. Spreada What makes vinegar sharp Now, if it to give stomach', he had bought for me 1
lattice-work of laths upon the ground had been asked: What does not mak ."" FOB THE: everything he saw advertised for my complaint procured a qimn-
bership of these organizations is seven I, .' tity of your'Golden Medical Discov only four bottles, took five
with the stem of the tree in the itsharp? the answer would have i tok
centre, INFUL_ ILLS AND DISORDERS SUF- and. to the surprise of everybody, am to-day doing my own work, almost (
.. clubs each or a total of eighty-fouz., .' and tack the laths together where they[ the want of pur apple or grape and am entirely free from that terrible cough which hnrrassed mo but tho
". Each of these eighty-four clubs .m't L *VT1'3 relieves the hens of the work Geosne Adams in 1747, said that j soi RED BY WOMEN. EVERYWHERE.i night of and and day. I have been afflicted with rheumatism for a number cartnot returning
} now feel
I so better that I believe, with a con-
""" i 'cnr
.-t average no less than fourteenT"rbaking : of HltVing to scratch the roots, and gives e that the sharpn I rain, promotes a regular and healthy : of your'Golden Medical Discovery,' 1 will be restored To-day I
; [1ti9re .timeto, look after curculios. o "was. occasioned by the ee '. nrrencc of periods and is a great help to young to perfect health. I would say to those who are falling a prey to and strnl.
l 7G ] in all. 'inegr' "I I that
plajers 9.1r : I girls] and toftvoraen past maturity. It strengthens terrible disa cnsumpton. do not do as I did, take everything -
.. ,, tails the
"" )I in some sectios of Pennsylva- 'pinted against : else ; Medical in the was
will be no exaggeration to '. rftin the ertilijyof their soils by tongue and : But the Scitnti, !l-tbe back and the pelvic organs, bringing relief early fr the disease, and Goldln therby0 a Discw'ry'dlal of suf-
of*ji- .' lt i I and.comfort to tired women who in feting and restored to at onee. Any who is .
is person
,. .
Amtricany certain etdalday
average pay ese .. L PplyinglOO f very the: b healh
-......- .,. _". sja djTbie tojJhc tht home and still in need but me a stamped, selfI BLED )
t vjl,00:i; thus giving.. acre Oc :jSK3 '?T''jlfl' that "urestviner has none of eels, shop factory. doubt" for reply, when Inclosinl foregoing statement will I
Inflammation, 1'lceration] and Diplacements
; $2,22C,800 for players'To ; 'I1 one pelds bwjlijlp' prarno. this pungency is entirely owing I of the Uterus have been cured by fully substantiated by me. I FROM

.I fit up the grounds for these eighty I 1 I I treatment! f fBTK when the IfK are asproductv'cTliRrM to float the therein.pointed figures This is of very its well salts, whch we I as'VQ, en ercrywhere gratefully testify. Itegn ro, Co.Cured.-T, X. Y. (P.AAC O. Box E. DOWS., Esq.: ". The of 'Sprinij olden Vajleir,.

four clubs $1,000,000 more has been I 1 exprimentwas are almost that of the I 5 often prescribe it ;
persuaded some
frt trie.Tts I Golden Medical Discovery Sold by Druggists. Price $ .
I % g expended. Then we have to look after for the original character sharpness of the vinegar is due to the by all Druggists. Price$1.00. I

4 ground rent, traveling hotel, and sundry I of the soil. upn sharp practices with which its manufacture -. I 1 riPInkhams "G.. to Health" ,.I.d to any WORLD'S. DISPENSARY MEDICAL .l

expenses which on the whole, I rTe: qfA of woods is covered with is often surrounded. There is the F lady Bending stamp to the Laboratory,Lynn JIa!j. :t
who mixes I __ _
I moss a'era of leaves in different sharer commodity with -- ----
1- will average $1,000 for each club or stages of. decomposition which drugs acids, such as of f% to Soldiers Heir,
act preparations &
1- 84000. We theu have these figuresFaJtriea : sponges 'fcnrta.ining the'ater for lead, copper, and sulphuric acids. There 'E.8 PIIOIUIIJIUM._ AU'y. 't.

........................'........i2.ax.6JO graduate supjjfly of springs. :th jstbe sharper who orders this done. I [ i S L IC-K E Rw4ttrue. '-

.1 1 Groinda Jle, ts. traveling........,..hotel.....,..and.....other.......exI .... I.UOJ.OOJ destroy!**, grove around a spri'>' M the There is the sharper who sells the concoction % [ ACENTS WANTED for the

k ei.......rl....................... 8I.OXX( () hillside we not only lose a supply pure ; to the merchant. There is the Bt \ HENRY WARD

Total.... ....................'......-$',310.001- \'ater. but we may also causerfntTlittle the mercantile sharper who sells the stuff to tsi&ii.t wita" th oriw.ae j Du.tw5yourmnevonalmorrhbrcoat. The dry FISH in the BRAND hardest SLICKTFii rtcrm or by TKo.. W.and K mill on the creek, fed in p |t.by:.this consumer. There is the. grand combination I ___ TRin > Aeklorthe"'FISH BRAND"' sLtcKzaandtakenoother. If your rtorekeeper do Lre IU U .
"These figures do not include the same spring to be aband of sharpers who lie throughout 'have the"nOR fRAD".I.nl for de crlriti>ee''ta1ogu! < t A J. TOWER.20Blinmon
thousand and one clubs all the the whole transaction for w p a7'1''. lt. tf'.&st To .
over The following from the time it is l-ir P rrl Co.Har'or. .1 J
country which do not to prp ippliedto made th ,time it is used. Then there
belong any or- j the surface will t MAnev I The Corrrnpnndent, "
I I sting on. is the oldj 3 *harper, of lies ; : MHlini. i pa per, devotld
canization... _. ploughs or any other Melt thejvincc al out.IOO quefts In cachIiie forc
I with did Women
hi8jB. -jfc.noof the \
ac ,
... -- I one ounce ofrcsin in ,: ands serpentine : 1 irhar-rf advertising. Mailed 1 '
AomzEV oil, Why The '
of Ionia, Mich., while | and when hot mix wi inS tail vJV, *res thr Bser/ sharpers. I't'r. Aldrp. ( t.rrespontlenr,(

: (tending with wet rubbers on an iron kerosene oil. This can he k'pt quarts on hand of .And makes yefm:n ;i&4B K!f; know what I !! H Ht'AlES: VS.Ic.MI'HOVKD Make* 5) ROOT gallon* of ,
7 doorstep toa j jpris influenced i-l>. < temperance beverage c-
suddenly lost the power of and applied in a moment with brush or -' tt

1 walking. He nearly fainted from terror !:'I rag to the metal surface of any tool that into i' sharmft Sj eu.-.ortHuM: of this country use over thirteen liliO. cakes of -1..Irf's.n.l"o.1- -It blol Mil.. Its stI.t puritj f'TPlwh.r and (

- li thinking he-was paralyzed. is not going to be used for a few days, ::: I and Morphine Habit
discovering that his AmbLers were vexation preventing any rust, and saving much receive* tr over Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in i8S6 ? OPIU M In tea;all>day pot

,frozen tot doorstep. he felt better.. i I again. when the tie comes to use it five He pub hun flie. enty t novels of them.a year.j -Buy tjfir-cake. of Lenox and you will soon understand why. S 5 Lnf.l".WTR'1 lo 88 not a day.under SI.sTY Sample the BSI1 horse's worth $ :

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