The Starke telegraph
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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 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
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oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
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System ID: UF00086646:00019
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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;47 I afresh binning, lalty. 611.11 SpemFa lc order I the pine I i r establishment, and then submit to,'tm- gentlemen- and ladies-proving yourselfto Hnntingtons, and Ketchmn, 'On-that day 4

_ morn i the new, tinder the nines out on the hu1 I Ever well ordered house has it be a gentleman or a lady. Remember when the titles of this world are smoking Inthe '
of wander ( bluf IlEv.Dii\iMAGE.\ life deck commercial last conflagration, the trial will .
wbo areVcvy sorrow and sinning, o around, the oW at : on ship's that if the prices high go
I a life there must and a a f and down iu an avaancha of destruction
4- beautiful for bring home le order lean, that it is no of on;
a you: dpe.Tho pu faut te
i bop 1 pocket full of I flannel people who do not learn if you have a son Will go those who wronged .
t,: forme and for you lurh's. I about will never know how to command. I will tell amid those perplexities of a dubte man or- ;'woman, insulted God and

1 "Il'rte S." I ejaculated 1 in I veritable DAY SERMON you what young man will reach ruin, tDca awl such a one comes home all worn l defied the judgment. O, that will be a great !
:g tbe post things are p.; ana over. Iflent. I of and moral; it is the young m and know that the martyr out day for you;honest Christian clerk t No getting ;

: ar don toars :are shed. "Yr, them iron Etk ]let yesterday aU pirates> clay I Subject u body will dictate to me,I am myownmaster; God than our young people amid the around with weary limbs;but a mansion in
'em. : ,
Behind "
err 'C"l'r; I and the the Counter. I will not submit to the regulations of this times heated exasperations of a clerk's life.tj which to h'1 e, and realm of light, and love,

.fjays rounds, which smaiti-d and "Sle! means iron Pyrites I we house." Between an establishment in which there are all the trials which come and joy over which to hold everlasting do .

f Sihe, 1 nn a ule. TEXT : HAnd a tho employes ore under thorough discipline Ten from the treatment of minion. Hoist him up from glory to glory;
the I a certain woman named and the establishment in which the There and, front song, to song, and from
wt healing hich right ha : :\nywny, he don't you've Lydia, a seller of purple, of the of em employers. are professed throne for-while down
c give city Thy- to throne; others ,
is us no I atira,which ployes do about a they choose, is the difference in this city who have no moreregardfor: go
e Ul as pleaRnt.gpoken n I guess the heart worshipped God,hcarduswhosc between success and I mel their clerks than they have for the scales on into the sea with their gold like millstone bang-
the Lord falurbwe
-Susn Coolidge.ONGSEORE e\r I see, conehuled for three opened. -Actsrvi.14. "Seest accumulation and which the A1'cleric is no ing to their neck, this one shall come-up the
: t. left us. our hostess I thou a man diligent in his business? He Do rapid not come to the store ten bnpt. :. more than sugars much a weighe No consideration heights of amethyst and alabaster, holding in ,
ir' I shall stand before kings."-Proverbs xxiL,29. the time. Do not think miute insignificant aftr- for&their str furtu his right hand the pearl of great price ia a

EPISODE 'IPrecICly, 'ns mild a I profound The fr passage Introduces you Lydia,a to do well Do not say: "It's only one word right tei it1Not sparkling, glittering,flaming casket ;
1\ scuttled ship, I precipi I merchant Her business is From the transaction t's
or cut n t just once. most important sunset, nor from 9 )
deal t A from New York
muttered the coat in purple She is not down the RECENT dispatch
in to
incorrigible Sue. I coth sk commerce particular Dmr. But when any thing goes wron -4
"Oh, Sue!" I cried.I'm I it, turned giggling wo style in which you tie a string around a strak dnst on the counter, or a box wita says: Here is some cnrions post .
vi&never could settle why it -was thntindpent must be not ashamed to work for her living. bundle, obey orders Do not get easily dii- the cover off-thunder showers of scolding*
something surprised evidence for Beecher
our vacation a t Connor's I other women of Philippi and Thyatira have gusted. While others in the may Men capricious, cranky toward mortem though -
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:8 I almost ;Prolubly; hc i is," interpolated I ; been forgotten; but God has made immortalin lounge, or fret, or complain, you go with their iprou" whole manner a nracfi a it 13 not of a nature to receive judicial ,
.iioding-;: thought.lt was kl'jl "Pc'rhaps the text, Lydia, the Christian saleswo and cheerful face and contentedspirit I t ,
some Sieflthfic or I possi- ou ready hand to say: "A interest have i you i <| consideration since it consists
I.those pictun-scue| orientals fay, character," I suggestel. down on man work. When the bugle sounds, s what ca get out of you." simply
V \ $, not approve of fatalism. :"scientific I indulged The other text shows you a man with head, the good soltlici asks no questions, but shoulders Then there are all the trials of incompetentwages. of the opinion Tflton's chief lawyer .
i or literary I and hand, and heart, and foot toiling his lilB hi canteen and listens Some of remember when the
country school-ma'ams Sue : a busy knapsack, you wat
Sue in the scandal trial that the defendant
Y ful calml on up until he gains a for the ancfl groat
; of "Now' )- princely SC. command of "March! Do not get I roke out and all merchandi-e went up,
region mountain farm, on your hat, and our Jscpst thou a man diligent in his ? the idea that your intQrcsts and those of youremployer merchant were made in six was innocent That counsel r-
; 'rr' Bo to ""port, the- farmers begin." I boy," I I shall stind before kig" Great encourgeI are antagonistic. His success wi by the simple ris mlona o'
I William A. Beach dead. At
.: ladders to harvest crops so 1 didn't Boarder meat in these men ad be your honor. HB.'emlwin-assuaent\ Did tha clerk get of that was now
teep'ud rugged were the her, and I had really arc about I women who will be busy, but no solace for : your dismay. Expose nou$ of the frailtiesof gos.sl Smetime not avatg. sw este the time of the Tilton suit he had
,. we an idea for a sonnet I was impres- those who are waiting for good luck to show i the firm. no store secrrts. Do not times,over which | t
"i Jd .for mont.hs.that our holiday write; besides, I felt sure the from an them, at the foot of the rainbow, a casket of'' blah Rebuff Tel( persons who come to gather( ha hung(ever since. The cry c urn lately removed to New York from Troy, .-

i.2 i' of the world for something up. It known outside the Do not amongthose the Sabaoth nnd the mldiguatiou -
the tur ,
man -vokcd an air t sr. b
y complexion Aunt Jane an I will turn down. The law of t as inexorable young men \\ on a m'steliou of God has been around at the bar; but in ,the metropolis ho jJ
:.: J had a complexion n I as the 13 of the tides. Fortunethomagicinn air when something said against the arm establishments '
lk tiger-lily \ i those ever since; rumbling was unknown to the general public,
>'' :4 At least, that is what I: so id, for I am an fet It was no objecting may wave her wand in that direction that employs them, much as to say: "1 in the carriage wheels, flashing in
woman with a yearning I've been until castles and palaces come; but she will,after could tell you some thig I would, but Iwout. the chandeliers, glowing from the crimson and was"dcsirou3 o'f greater fame than .

jf0y Culture-with a big -but Sue aid i wcnt have I I didn't a while, invert thu same wand, and all the ." Dp not be \ who imagine upholstery! thundering in the long rl of th" his quiet but lucrative business as an .. j
f""wtheticyoung' li1(1 enjoyed that splendors will vanish into thin air. There are they build themselves up by t-n-pin alley. Such men ..
:. ic..alte to study' tip the personal liabt i I Had in- a carriage for I ; were go- certain styk-s of behavior which lead to usefulness somebody ca else down. Be not puling t L ace- of merchandise heaven may high, upp. attorney for several great railroads --

and fiddler crabs, and all orts and chuckle-burrs and I honor and peimanent success, and a subaltern.Again awhile a disaster wi come along, ati gave to him. Ha was gifted with .
*** of dreadful slimy cicattirc. Sue was not everything seemed alive with to be ther a certain styles of behavior which I coul cerk in this house to one hand on that and throw itself forward 't
.: /Toy poetic in her tendencies and she I dreadfully familiar I "This to dust, dishonor and moral default. I a'vh out unlawful and dishonest until down wil ccmj the whole structure singular eloquence, and he thought
Darwin and conl I wanted would like t fire the ambition of younjj people. demand of an establishment, and crushing as grapes ar" that he saw in this Beecher matter the
reed to and J.ubbock ures "orhippr ;
t.2. pr'o'cr hey were. I I \ no sympathy with those who resist the six thousand that a winL"rr
\ she might have We went up on the to I ; of hate- would pit pa re young folks for life by .whittling have there has never been an'ea occasiontvhcn 18ho are boys ia establishments wlr> opportunity of his life. He knew Tilton -

improving instructors than of bln1 as down their That man or pne.N one's duty to sin against (:otL ruined in estabhshments- :
"? more men who grove pines cast Anc eXlcttion are proJrou. personally, and believed in the"truth of :
familiar with down woman will I* to Church or It is never right to do wrong. If the headmen .ed by their! In
irere so worms and ants. I on the fragrant pine nccelcs I hing State who begins life cow ed down. The business of the firm expect of you dishonesty, n1 many eroas compnton for hoW the his grievance. J-o he took the ae." ;

,r wouldn't say so much about ants, since reckless manner she is so I wi of Christianity is not to quench but to disappoint them.'SO, you say, "'1 should pt twenty prol -ear.. that boys were given jut with small prospect -pecuniary *.' -
-\ : good Dr. Watts found them worthy I Lounging attitudes always I direct human ambition. Therefore it is that lose my pa! then." Better lose your place enough money to learn them to steal? Soi 3wt very

;" ;.f notr but I think a man of genius- her, and she never had that beach, I t-onie out this nioniinj and utter words of than your soul. But you will 'sized by the plc. Tie vast majorityof recompense, but willing exert him -

drw the line at earth-worms. her clothes to Con- encouragement to those who are occupied as not lose your place. Christian heroismis instances were The head r.f self for plory. The Chicag'o Timer .
possessed by most v civil en clerk in the stores and shops and banking always You go to the the firm "Where is George now "(', '
Well, you may think i easy to find a ted young women. because houses of the country. You say: "Why head man of honore.you and say: "Sir, I Le isn't her aske any more." A lad might better correspondent is now able to tell that, .

5 ;seaside resort good enough for two school- For a few moments there was a I s lpr-t one rlass] and talk to one specially thismoniingf want to serve you; I want t oblige you; it starve to death on a blasted heath than take before the six months of the trial were' :

.*;: na'ams, considering our length of coast, silence; only the lazy rustle of For the same reason thata is from no lack of inductt. on my part, but one cent from his employer. Woe be to that .
: buUhe more we thought of tbe matter and the subdued of as they surgeon (Iocs not open the door of a hospital ths: thing seems to wrong, and it is employer who unnecesarily puts a temptation over, Beach was convinced .that : 'f
: lapping I apprecia and throw in a bushel of prescriptions,saying: a sin against my co iscience,it is a sin agnstGo in a boy's way. There have been gr:>itestablishments L'eecher was guiltless of adulterywith jj .
the more puzzled we became. AVc wanted bc'.ow. Then we heard the I And we "Como now, and get your medicine." He and I beg 3011, sir to eXCUSJ me. He in these cities buildirg .

.i to be.quiet, because I intended writing : II dry twigs under a heavy, I our first feols the pulse, watches the symptoms, may flush up and svirar but he will cool marble palaces, their owners dying worth Mrs. Tilton. The authorities for this_ i4

: few marine sonnets, and ballads, and step, and turning round, with didn't and then prescnbts for that pirticu'ar! case. down, and ho wi have more admirationfor millions, and millions, and mioI. who statement are ex-Congressman Martin
k for ing of horror So to-dav! I mu b specific. The people in you for those who made a vast amount of their of tsw *
t things, hook"Bathtlssd we women I sb ette
my projcrtc j : men. Of this are clerks are not a mit to his evil dictation; blood, mu.le and half-paid I. Townsend and Irving Browne. They .

Other Pom a Mountain tramps mice, and the like I had been exceptional class. They belong to a great while they sink, you will .rise. Do clei ks. Such men as-well.ner\e I wilt not mention that Beach declared to them his
P > finger"-and Sue said she didn't want to I: characters, we behed! an of him. comrany of tens of thousands who are,hi.this not, because of seeming temporary advantage any name. But I mean men who have gathered say

I interrupted by any tiresome children was not by any means country, amid circumstances which will give xip your character, :young m up vast estates at the expense of the pimple firm belief in Beecher's goodness.
.b : stay we either make or break them for time and for that is th?only thing haveto who were ground under their "0 .
; idiotic .men when she even a timid school-ma'am could UrIr nol you bel. Townsend is a Troy lawyer of eminence .
young was endeavoring Some-
.eternity.: I should be very. slow to acknow. build on. Give up that, you give up I say such merchant "if you don't like it he>e. .
t to gain the confidence of a on Jonty Bloodgood with dread. I always ledge that the clerks, male and female, or eveiything. That cm'poyer'asks a- youngman then go get place." As muchAsto and the utmost probity. "Beach

t tph10pod I Jonty-the local diminutive I other (;tc are any more honest or faithful to huithimvlf for time and for eternity, say: "I've got you under my grip, anj I started in with a full faith that Tilton .-
may think from her biological than-stood about six feet four than 'of our own city. Many of who expect;? him to make a wrong or mean to hold you; you can't get otler
slimy entr any
I yearnings that Sue was an rawhide boots; in build he these people have already achieved a Christian change an invoice, or say goods cost s place."O,what a contrast we see between S'A*. had a sound case, lie says; "but the-
through manliness and a Christian womanliness when they cost less; or impose upon the men and thosa Christian mercants of Brooklyn -
trial not half before he
called the mossbunker which waa over .
female of the most virulent but het which will bo their to
typo, any position. verdancy of a customer, or misrepresent and New York whoto-dayare sympathetic
.:was a.tall and graceful girl of twenty- 'I staple diet. Hc had a small ( another .I have seen their psr have watched style of fabri How dare he demand of youanything a with their clerks-when they pay the sola.-y. changed his mind. I relate this with- ..

'three, her laU! head cowned'wIth I thatchec with lank hay-colored J pina their lXrJCxitic There-are evils abroad s insolent? acting in this way: This salary that I give out assuming what the truth was, but -. .
washed-out blue t b hunted d W an dragged There is one style of tmptaton: that ccnvs is not all my interest in yon. You ire
possessed you
and I with
jponry-brown I a "
out into the
light. to tell how Beach it.
noonday on a great many of anl that is an immortal man; you are an immo al simply regarded
f' uglitcd by dark gray eyes that were in- I were not a pair. One of these so In the first place, I counsel clerks to r upo those who are engaged in what is cale woman; I am interested in :your present >Tnd Browne of
f sit tender, and appealing by turns. I fixed on us, while the other spite of m 'ml,
never arrived at n doeilioa about prosivcly at the zenith. Over useless! I !hl: is only, a f'hol from which they are t a honorable as any other, if it be con- understand that, if I ain. a little higher UD in bat now lives at Albany. He is a -

: ''destination? : unti we had started 011 I I der he carried a she is not get one pruluat of 'the. leirne It takes professions.about eight yer takes diir-ted in accord with one's conscience. In this store,"1 am beside you in Christian lawyer, ,u literary writer, and an old -; .
this there in Go back |
day.'when are many sympathy forty to Art ur
.9urjournc' were waiting in the'' gun, while following and about tig'it: years to.get to lJ a merchant. business,,all our commercial s r\ah'iC Tappen's store in New years York-a friend of the deceased Beach. He '

't7&wstationonc of those :I were se"er gaunt hounds of an I again, Homf if you will: bo clerks all your lve ought s have men abroad who are!(kingutopporuniteofmtrchand man whose worst enemies never quotes Tilton's counsel as saying to 'i
grm'somc but the vast majority of are only
; Ittrn-hkc structures our I min.itc species. afflatus you ( There can be questioned his honesty. Every I morning he '
rfj rhcrc rountiy I This apparition gazed at us : tees will transient pcston.; After a while some thtre are professedChr.'stian brought all the clerks, and the aecoun Its, him: "We were a pack of hounds trying !
gaudy confuse the firm
{ < I D.pmlx r d n-. 1h head men of the will
lthogr..ph : merchants in the weeknightprayermeeting the into for devo!
weighers room
a on.
minutes evident amazement "Ballad" to lion down. Beecher's
F winof .the hc is unccr'tiiawhether -I in mI you into the back offce, and they will say who have clerks abroad in They sang. They prayed. They exhoi i ed. run a

? to cars at IvalamazoonrCapadura I, lag couragC remarked \ ice the ) 'Now you have done well by us; New York, conducting merchants of Cincinnati On Monday morning the clerks were aJtel own testimony convinced mo that he .

changc the air-line route as comment on the \ to ap we arc going to do well by you. AVe"invite and CJ-icago. and St. Louis, throuch where they had attended church on the was innocent of the charge- which.
tke I fleckers this you to have an intere-t in cur concern. You the debaucheries of the town in -order and what the al jUt. .
> Awn Nova 'Hain't seen no episode I great vious day, sermons were
:Scotia to ine. We
Xrurl will bow to that (Bctry Getting There Tilton had made. That is not saying '..
I grafaly. to se-ure their custom for the ftorf. It must have sounded strangely, that
)bid decided to try SquulV Xeck-at lca -
I'1'"Fleckers" in New York and
9 : ere stores in vol-e of praise along the streets that Tilton did not believe his ---
being unknown an oM comrade will meet and Brnokly.drwr own
N, ; she thought the name rather you in which there are k where the deyotses of mammon I '
: 'jwausing, but, woman-like; we mKscdpurtraia : both, we answered, with an ay: "What"makes you look s happy tonight which the (JCrk'are to go to and get whatever were counting their golden beads. 'ousay accusations; on the contrary, he did; .

.,, .' and : negative, and interlocutor f "O, youi say, "nothing, noth- to conduct these Arthur Tappen failed. Yes, he was> unfortunate but all mistaken.? "" *
found there of ou we were
was no But in
ing. name
) : air of who 1 days your wi pxiple through the dissipations of the like a great many good men; but
with the a man
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.reaching that place until evening. I away said j'ossom on the sign. Either in the citv. The hra men of the firm wink at it, I understand he met all his obligations bo fore BLAIXB the of the :
g2i sympathetic tem1 siurirestcd, our I his ;duty to.society.. Sue* V j in the ank w here YOU are now. or in some other and in some pa' (actually demand itpr he left this world and I know that he dii in EMMONS son
'" like to him she lias sucn his store or bank: you will take a higher position b'fore has been offered the ..- .
:EbiDgio Connor's4Landing there to hire I study ; 1 fefsed Christian mlrchant One the peace of the Gospel, and that he is Maine statesman,
I ', ; : I blooded way if looking at f.'r is scarce- than that which jou now occupy. So I feel that the prayer CJz on their lips the throne of God to-day-forever .! If General the
I >gs.anddrivc Xcck a place of Freight Agent on
5frr' t Squid's she would like to impale them on : centuries to lay that I am standing before people who nnl they w o-ild Cal hack dead. at the sound of that be failing, wih that you might ab fail.
L:4: : \dUlanct-of six or eight Juik Before I : unfortunate in ccts will yet hive their: hand on the helm of the their! own song. chance is therefor There are a great many young men ir. this new extension of the great Atchison 4'

4 ( "Bleaching Connor's Lftnlingve !ked a I('orklkc the I w orl.i'so. nn1rt', and you will turn it this young men when commercial establishments city-yea, in this house-who want at.oroof the Mail. With -a
1 : Road Chicago
]1 ;
/: w judicial questions of a mild-man- thought he might be i follow way or that;now clerks,but to be bankers,importers expect such things of thl! Amonga'l encouragement, Christian encourage ent. says .

,., brakeman df tina- into a poem. beginning: I i case were insurance company: directors, ship things infernal I pronounce that !. One smile of good cheer would be worth uiore the exception of that enterprising .
I -; Icr concerning our I! pl contractors superintendents of tho most damnable. Young man, how to them to-morrow morning in their pla-3S ot
who married not :
c that it Lone dweller'ncath the balmy voice mi-jhty "on'L'hange"-standing young fellow, long
Finding a large
,t was on Romans your "i that firm treat you when :you i business than a present of fifty-thousanc dollars -I
: }i'; estuary opening into the sea, l possessed of Only I should have to i ignore ( ) foremost in the great financial and religious i. nrt utterly. depilel. and dragged out with ten years hence. Oh, 1.remembefi the ago the young and pretty Ohio actress, -

_ "; 1-good Leah, and secluded! in the ext curate eyes. .And hc could i I Jews' enterprises who in of the the day. For sin, going haunts of iniquity for apprehension and the tremor of en tel!J1g a whoso ;career was under the fatherly
'k' though we are professions may, -
the of ; for their I well the
i purpose getting profession. r'memll'r'ery man
fremci oln'c to make! it our camping called a "lone dweler" cither, ) Persians. on the platform, pl"ad for the philanthropies, rtore.< How wi they t'Cat Cu tompr you? O. they who greeted me in tho ecclesiasticalourt care of George W. Childs and ..MuralHalstcad 4 .

t'" ground, : of the zoologically- who does not sec poetic license, aft-rail I, the merchants .must come forthwith will give von will build you with the tip ends of the long fingers of tlv left G. Blame's
? aml $quil!neck. out; we found .seven of the 300,000 their millions to sustain tho movement.Be : a fine home! unsio1 istret you a horse and hand; and I remember the other man whAtook all James sons .
, therefore, patient nUll diligent in this Will Some in both of his and said *'God Emmona Blame
never forget the IJrkcman's dren 1 ever saw, all of them carriage the'q f* day you my hand : are now Chicagoans.
1 ( ) Romans Tangent pisiton. You are now where you go to the store shat ble s my brother; you have entted a .
I asked lank wife who dipped wi nto'icate.or you has been with the Northwestern Road .
' surprise wll'l and a In this can learn things vgu can ncr in anv in their fET'ic'.lt they say glorious profession;be faithful toGo and -
f' theb'cach was sandy.: For an entire week we other place. What you consider your disadvantages you are a : m(' our house. Now, lIt. will see you th-.ough." Why, I fel this ver since 1879, and has become s practical .

," he said, impressively '"the all (day, bv woollanr( arid shore, Persians. are your grand opportunity. You just look at oull. "Accountant, how minute the thrill of that hand-shilking. railroader. The elder Elaine has
, down there what plants anything I, ovcrhatf a glimpse of the other see an affluent father someday come dow much do we )( manf "A dollar and though the man who gave me the Chi .stian ,
. ( i 70,000 a prominrnt street with his son, who has jut here it is Northwestern
designated thirty cents "Well, now,here- ; grip has been in heaven twenty-five vears. a large interest in the ,
: oysters would thank you l'on.idcrhlc'if whom Sue flippantly I graduated 3 from the University and,, a dollar: and thirty rents. Go off. Don't There are old men to-day who can look backto .
you could point out a square in familiar converse lie was I and : established him in ,juttingone I hang'around the store.'Magnanimity superb! forty years ago,when some one said n. kind Road, and perhaps that, as certainly .

:.. foot of land anywhere what :in't sandy, before we were up, either I slain. hundred thousand. dollars lfiapital They stoe! the lustre from his eye, and the word to them. Now, old men, pays back his eminence as a public man, might -
and the meanest kind <>' sand :it that." trampin"the ('ountr.with. .Jont and in the store. Well, 'Ol are envious. You color from his cheek, and the honor from his what you got then. It is a great art ..>r old have influence .in
.: statement to he a say: "Oh, if only had a ('banc like that soul and then they kicked him out. If such men to be able to encourage the .lung-. also naturally some -
yfth this di-rourairing 'c-od, who appeared be dead on young man-\fi only had a father to put one professed Christian merchants do not go Thrre are many young people in our cities the treatment of his son over at the .
: .Which we soon verified lie left us. spirit. Sue said probably hundred thousand d lal in a business for me. straight to hell, I don't know any use of havr'p who have come from inland counties of our
-; On arriving at the Landing, we soon eyed too, or knoCk.kneec. or Scots and then I would have eh'mc in the world." -such a place. Oh. young men,disappoint own Hate-from the granite hills 4f tb jNoith general offices. But Emmons is considered

tmde for our temporary of the kind, hut Cordy ( he men. Be not envious. You have adTant8c over expectation of that firm; disappoint those from the savannas of the South, from by all the friends of the Elaine .
arrangements that that young man which he ha over you. ( if these expected of you. the prairies of the West. They are fc.re t<> .
home and evening f"un. us domiciled likeliest young man ever ) and As wel might I come down to the doks 'utmer.may an thing of goods; you may get their fortune. They are in boadinghovs family, and in fact by the family itself, -, :

Jane XIl>\rpate. w\5 iud-'cd him to be some big, men. whln \ssl is abeut to sail for Valparaiso, sell an extra roll of silk'as; but the trouble is, -s where everybody seems 1.0 be especially the girls, as the one most -
' Connor's ( ( < appear on'ay stupid wretch who wasn't and and say: "Let me pilot this ship out of the you may have to throw your soul to boot in thinking of himself. They want companionship "
:Jnnell subject of guide : ladies' i Bavarians. Narrows?" Why, I would sink crew and cargobefore th bargain. and they want Christian likely to prove the "son of hii father.
map from jol.typvay. young I I got out of the harbor,simply because A:ain: I counsel all clerks! to conquer the encouragement. Give it to them. My His training as a practical traffic man
eulogy-it is shy, shrinking II 1 tl )ral) and Sue i I know nothing about piotag Wealthy sea trials of their particular position. One great word is to all clerks in this house: Be mightier
like less thPO"Sl'S' I ( es. The' captains put their the mast trial for clerks is the in consideration of custom than your temptations. A Sandwish Islander has been first class; from a clerkship i

: Aulurn, loveliest village or the plain. good (deal more for IJolnt i .. for the reason that they know that it is the ers. There are people who are entirely polite used to think when he slew an enemy in the traffic department he has advanced -
to nothing I only place where they can learn to be successful else but gruff and into lu<
say of that: came
fram everywhere ditat all the strength enemy
] ( .
.( t- Apr from its shrinking mrlle.tyhow- lol'loaium" I must confess that I the sailors. It is only under dri that people rial contmptiblehn they (ore own right arm. And I have to tell you that through the different grades .
on ;
\ di1er:widely from the poet'vi. ; \wi1t wcbfgan: to think : get and I to understood to pilotage that navigation it into a !to aythng., Ter every misfortune you conquer i is sfmucli until ho was finally Division Superintendent
on, com- want
; I you undertand tke are thousands of men go With olirnpotence -
t -. lagc. It the bak of nbioad I estuary! Other wom ad-le-l to your moial power.
, '. on sand or about that m\ih'riou. Waterloo, no more skill to conduct I vessel out from store to store and price without for a lever, nr.d the throne of Go*, for a of one of the branches, tho .
where : thing
. ?' the flat beach, not silvery wasn't curiosity.you know, The harbor and across the sea, than to steer a any ido of purchs They satisfied fulcrum, you cin n oe earth and h. aveii. place where railroading is learned the
shingle but mclanch-lv I and mu'ompio- I commercial establishment clear of the roks.
.' in humanity. AN o of until every is brought dow While there an other young men putting tl'O) '
interest go.
:; mising black mudMi( .>rdercd by :weary his He never got You see every day the foSs* of people going they have pointed al the real or imaginary cup of sin to thci- iiI", stx>p down most r pidly, and finally to tho General '

.t length of flat meadow, this dimly relieved : know nm1.: called i ; in 1857, into a business theyV know nothing defects. They try : al kinds of kid and drink out of the fjuntami of Go, amid Freight Agentship of one of the
l and.careworn I ters and Mrs.1)plQgate ; 3,500; about. A man make a fortune in one gloves and stretch them of shape, and will rise strong to thresh the moun-
' ; by :. backgiound of lugged .Tm'he bad told her it was not ; and bu.inC; thinks there is another occupation they put on all styles of cloak and walk to the you tains. The ancients up used to think that pearls important'feeders of the big system.. -

I .; l)lfl's. I do as well a :' And the natives we found, arc smguHJ woulc of Bulwer's heroes 'i ; Many of the commercial establishments.of they sail out of the stor Faying: "I will surface of the sea, lurdened into gen-, th"n
: surroliflIings. like one French, our cities are giving to their &ps' n take it which the eldest son for a diplomat He was -
) i in with their heard l.k not to-day: means: dropped to the bottom. 1 have to tell you today -
harmony out, we French thorough *>
Sue pointed ( tile education as y want It.t imperishable
Aphrodite ; that storms of trial have showered tent wth the South American Commission -
They Aborigines; ; l ; (' laugh in two syllables I' between yard or Princeton, are giving-'lgiCTfr y T otainment .t wreck of pearl into many a young mail's lapTO
sprang from the sci-fo.un: th<>yd"iclopcU.from :I tent 01. stride bis room I .-Troy to the students niatriculJtBCJ smooth out.u..J..r young man, while you have goodto sell* aa a member, and afterward was

the river mud, equipped for their the (\ in qU'StifrU nl ; I reason fo many men are is fb m cansfrtSH.>tyl' |bMjibusiness .1|!r,1.thof(; goods-not remember you have a soul to save.i) abni ,made iTmember of the famous Court of.. -
hook and a ]paIr of _haraClro. i from year to year, .-.iat man or- womn Christian captainwounbefore -
with "oat > ,
i a ;
calling w
a < kr1 pital
null Harvard and
r Mi.rgctmosvbunky nor, n.1I.----------. early mrrcntiJe education was negIeCe :iTNow I call that adishoowty/oa-the i delirious, and.in ; Emmons was a ,
"oyster tongs. Their lank f.rm. sil-: <, : diet the mos.bunkcrisa 1 i iCordyail and tell thank God rJ sprang
-- they you they roll of cloth
tUY rn'> wi of sneak wu In thJjattIe cryintito
Tery but deceptive little wretch of the : n'an he was something nearly this of earjj clc tke tne i thinkingie bulletin of. the"UnitedCommission .

herring tribe: no more real j jnourishment \ be a hero, for sunset. I ship. YoucanaffordtoendurethewMernesimarch cry pell-mell: yojm' ., I L steles thai the
containing hc is to end in the vineyards and ,_
( on toast.. so coulc if it going you go into a store, not expecting to buy it41 ,
th! Jl :newspaper does not little sandy, with pale eyes ,I gts orchards of the promised ]land. Butjxmsay' : I anything, but to price things; stealing the I .- -I..kThere tire Unthomni t bution_ of shad fry for the.eazofloIlS
The Connor's J4anilinrite fee "Will the womanly clerks in ouritfjr', have the time of his '
summit. time of the clerk,and stealing .. MUIJlwouId Capture
: amounted to ,
knitted dl'lcy 6 50,000,000.
, lmsl in full d i ess v5tlio.it a Our Curiosity gradually and the promotion? Yes., Time is f053UiiS.IUT3mereantilecirclcs c .J hen employer I sto "Stop thief!r If I were you. ;ici4ti! jflLJE wnip and at them, -
overlapping: in fold" like a rhino sort of dead i women yill be as well paid asked which persons most need he After 'the "-i$. store has been .closwL As the entire number of shad taken for .

Jer iiide! ami tarpaulin hat, possessing to a told us that the : There was KS men nren o grace of God amid their annoyanc.I would after th3 last bank ha?gone down, after the the market is less than t,0OO,0O0it '
Cordy tLeir Time is coming
t : scoop, day I soft soi toil when say: "Dry goods clerks. All the indignation shuffle of the quick feet on the Custom Home
a rear extcrslon like : Mipar asa expected i visitor to spend a : will ed to do anything u'dowell.It of customers about the high prices comes on steps has stopped. after long ""- nf vill be seen, says a writer in 8< .ienet *-*.'
.. this technically known is only a little while en -
ago wh the clerk. For great war ** sail of
hcndgcarbeing with 11im. the itnl- cme merchantmen 0:1 the sea ;en shad taken from the -
I Iupllim'cL rock knew nothing of telegraphy, were that for every
,1tiestiOfl Miss ) The The York, and
sou'wester. It ian Jtcre.tn man, ppl flame, after Brooklyn, a ew
the vyong i I kept out of a great many commercial off The price of dowif in the this there have been artificially -
to the thoughtful Undent, wllthtr "Mr. Jim says where welcome and the time go t b'tte. r London,and Vienna, have ope water season
i Their they are now ; "
evolved from together who'at up. A ( comes it a sr. grave h-re Thebes, and an:I Tvrgit hatched and returned to the -
nati"has been gradually soil or this friend goes about ; they would will go on until the woman one coun have gone up. "How is *s.f lie buried, after hreve ;
ovstcr, primeval of the I' ('ntiol being cousins, an' he's the morn- trn a store sll ten thousand dolar'worth "A dollar.5* "A dollar! Outrage*'J ..of the Judgnce tolled waters 15 young shad. Assuming that

-. #:&: the oyster has been deVClOIeltiy an' his Mr. Hort." I breed of tH! man in who year, wi the get as other counter salaryas dollar!" Why, who i to blame tortbo fact indignation burning of a wor that lay, all the entire cost of production and distribution
l' be dollar? Doe* will
the s.ionofthcnitive.: i Well," I said, dol- that it has got to t irs of banking-hnsewl stops>
rdrpJ bate, "Sue i every one jf the same sells ten thousand out the manufacture the O what an Opening has been $10,003, the young '
Afh'r:1 ivst in a big had left us, "if we : sr All honor go t coI lip for ingpx-tio ,
nightV I ? Cordy same spot. lars worth t banks of the because they have Tunt 1 I He bv s'de, the clerk
h i go I Mera of I boots! distributed
drowsy dlamhlr: wit h t1iesift \Ish-w: i'i ihisbatefuKMr. Jim and his the same Lydia, the sewom And i closed up! No indignation go ottowa airri, men who eiif loyed the-n-th people fish have been produced and 4.

of the w.-ucs below our windows, we ut- friefll"We--"' passing, I may as well sy yo the employer, who i out at his coun who' "iread-an 1-needle store on the over the United States at a rate of Jj
to find Aunt I' said Sue. with who have fmlE ctrk" in your stores oughtto It the He ... -I with the St-w:rts, and the
tcended breakfast, i cm 0' cerk
to our will, pure or treat them courtesy and kind tr sat N I" Hq 1'1.the Abbotts and the Tarings about $215 a million, or about iC fry
in I up jvar .txe
. lurk
Jane Cordv, Ju'r daughter "if have to worth i When are not positively engaged, .-
ant learned, we was ness. they put up ri .jna4e out-all the Libels of for 1 cent. Another interesting fact to
us. ; master of the hou,e, we week:' I' before let them sit down. In England and the I ckrksintbA. c' t, I cats of stock-a'l lists of
had started on an ( rly fishing expeditionwith I saw hy this that Sue had not even United States physicians have protestedaainst fat Ten A side of hu-' ::: ') -'e, marks of the firm, now ex.1' noto is that for the entire time up to *

the other bo.ndcr, of whose existence I mind removed for once off I goats are the habit of compelling stand wlen the it womanly was not manualcounter bhi th : -_0-'. ,Jryb-xiy can understand thom. and including 1882 there 'were produced .
clerks in the stores to i
tiiit -1 cities that never built,
taimnl for the timf and as we i add le hfo ?*;* .N of were shad while
. cepluilopods Therefore
we now ; stand. ,
nable themselves necc-s-ary for them to 1"soho1d f 5 f. *,cJcli lots were sold. All UrgamiAUgougings. 200,000,000 young
Applegatctold ; Shoul < <
h 31rs' of the :
He was u voung mU I ward our favorite lounging i saltedi to the pi otc st of physicians the prt on m rbi All snap ju Igmenti All faLse for.1H83 alone the total was over 90- .
Sue's brow delayedla thought of a dozen Christian Church, and in the good pIe>
us, whereat lick twice .oeeasioe1ngkeptreaiy wht entries. Ail adulteration of liquor j vjith rop-
portentous frown, which was not entirely "tin" our doubts at rest; for 1 i health, and that God who has made the wot "wa in theirs may a ho t ( a peras and strychnine. All mixiugLf teas, oxoo.; This indicates that we are b-

$noothed awuwheu Aunt J:1nt 5th'plied )- :i I had doubts of a young i watching. manly constitution more delicate than nuurv smbr and T r I U he frout anl and sugars, and coffees, and syrui*. v iticheopr certainly approaching a position where -
I and let her sit down.
my yield that
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4 outline I I d"wd you will ThERE IS your material- All enibezzemnt! of trust
k us with an omelette and an would such a Guy J' I Mohaii The seconi counsel I hve'to give to the buy cheap i 0, ai'To fund. All ssnniles iu coal, and roa, aul thc work may regarded as profit'jJ

;, t*sketch. of the "'onn1r lan tl gctlur.fV oence towaid two intelligent car cu h. clerkowhoare here t *i.that.you seek Brooklyn! lay ] iaiuty when oil. and silver and storks. Ail Swartauts,and able from a commercial standpoint. -

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I Lhe invahid.our weird .hammocks 4hat: NOTICE.I EOKGE MAUKBNS,

bkI4I % .i captivate the eye (If the artist leal Uy in- hereby notify the citizen of Stark G -

cHflrd: our transparent and bubbling and surrounding country. that I have .-DEALER EXCLUSIVELY- / 1 1I

_: !vRLaEznwI1 *.: springs and hundreds of, other scenes locate my offift over the Ktorn of B. H. le.ULI OITt1 \

V. .t k* RAYLM 7 that impress the mind very '{forcibly nnd Jones Saturday where the I can purpose be found of assessing every FU LIQUORS, : : L 4

favorably, and leave -lingering penchantto the taxes of the Eastern portion of Bradford -o- <

r -r: 1tor, behold them as they lay un the breast of connty. Every property owner
invited to call and PRICES 35 cent lower than any STARK BRADFORD C9UNTY tii
U cordially see me per CITY OF ,
nature. Nature baa been lavish in her I FLOURIS8ING
I. taV ;'acirti u second ftm>mpanied l>y their land deeds ax I other house in he city. A SUBURB OF THE '
et.s ,- gifts to our sunny and salubrious clime want to make a close and correct asv ss- Country orders solicited. Price Hsta Subdivision oj all ofS 1-2 of E 1-4Sec. 32 Tp. 6 South Rang .j. :

-not surpassed if mont for the year 1t87.Respectfully. FLORIDA Being a
equalled. by on : '
- 'SUbICY&ir i.WIOIT paid in advance upon application. Front*? 1570 feet on the F. R. & *
: R. 78 acres
R. :
I N.
fL5QlfriotubcTiber! iu advaDoa .. Each the mundane sphere, if those who have N. C. W AI1 ntGaT. Agent for LEMP'S St. Louis BottledBeer. 22 East, lying West 'J'F. R. : "

wuL traveled the world-wide, are .to Pt 4w, Tax Assessor, Bradford Co. 91-West By Street, -) .
. notified when his Railroad: .
r SB aObecrlpu i U out'by a large OTOM after believed. TrOflVfl1 Iin : STREETS 60 FEET WIDE: PLAT DULY SUE YEY- -.
:% his xl'jf No one need fear as to the final result IJ oTSm200 FEET MAIN i
i nams, not ordered otherwise U. D. MINER the real estate f -

4 ".p. -._. i the paper' will promptly atoned wben being sublime success as long as it has the -- ED AND RECORDED. LOTS IN LINCOLN CITY are offered m

: '100. ": the subscription explera mighty arm of the Times Union to strike opportunity to
::. down Florida's enemies. and give a helpIng market to fill a long felt( need of our colored friends cifzens. 0)
I Short articles of public interest will and hvmes 'tO have ad to hold"for
I be hand to its young and naturally wrnk low and on liberal terms town
received with, pleasure and published, purchase at prices

JO* bat in writing;write pjatnly' and make i industries) as they spring up from day ID themselves In this "IrtIW"right as well as flowers and fruits, zt IS the .

I your story as short a possible. People day. energetic and thrifty man or *-:'
! ;l the of every
within means
Fl-OBlDA. and
: do pot care to re tA Cong, wlnde articles. of every citizen, i
with bit of Codsl blue ,'
Starke Fla. U..aea.-Geyeraor ...r herself a spot of green earth, a ,
,1. Xaj 1887. ''- 1.) to own for himself or I '

President Mabry. of the &n tc. was l and loved ones kelly home. Undisputed s*
which to build for self
Legislature! Adjours on Friday the ftrd above it, upon
born In Pickens county. Ala.. June 17. WATCHMAKERAND JOINER :
r # of June tborr It deal .. RIVERS & home howeverhumble imparts dignity and power to the ,
a great of unflnuh- 1851. which makes him still a very young! -. possession of the soil of one's] (

(pd work vet tm hand which will malm the man notwithstanding the many prondBt WI1LER, otherwise idle hours and turns waste into wealth. i .
.closing. das very busy ones. positions be has held in this and STARKE. FL!. STARKE, FLA. owner, employs
ntion given to repairing! Watcbcs LOCATION OF LINCOLN CITY IS CHOICE cI
other He lived time in THE
States for ,
Mr. Wilwn a
was elrtled to succeed Mr. Jewelry &c..&c. All work dune MillS

Pasco in tU speakers chair, he will hare Louisiana when a child and afterwards at and reasonable Face price for cah.Ma En-jmre!. 12 1S81 of-lUchar SmdAugust D333S) HUGHE The soil good and suited to successful growing of the Orange, Peach, Strawberr I; ,

(: ; a sLo t rein.' Upon moved attaining with his his father majority to in Mississippi.1872: he! HI. lS2. TSIIlTIHF/RWIHilClES!: / [ ;s Pear Grape, Fig, &c., and of all field and garden crops grown in East Florida. The 06-

Mr. Nat R. Walker! more familia Another Art Craze. f' THE MOm PAID and to thrift and
was elected a delegate to the Constitutional'Convention is to GIVE FUll HONEST VALUE FOR encourage
MEDICINES &c. ject ;
known "Old P) TEXT ,
as Nat.
ib baring accepted an of Mississippi held toat: The latest art working among ladies it known M and beatifying homes of their Dwn. :
appointment in the Indian Territory, has year. He was twice elected Mayor of as the'French Craze." for decorating china 'I energy 'amoung our colored citizens in owning

_i f necccssarily severed his connection with .Tupelo, Miss.. aDd removed to Florida in glassware Ind is both. p etc.tl table It Is and something(faseinatin entirely It is new.very p3EsrmpTioys; CARFPVLLT The TITLES TO LOTS CLEAr AND 'PERFECT and 1s 4'ti
the editorial. pr.pular in New York- Bo ton and other Eastern ('onpoi\o .'l' ,111. HOURS.
management of the Times. 1879. "In 1882 he wa elected l io To liuJies to lern the a Art. wt < GEORGE
tl'l'// cities. desiring old reliable citizens JOHN C. RICHARD and .
I. Knowing our wart of experience in journalism Florida Legislature i and 1884 wa on ihs I will So n 1 an elegant hine placque (size IS ll i backed by warranty deeds from our
'ifhen.i lijibisomely decorateJ for a model
it is with some reluctance that we first bal'ot nominated for Lieutenant: csetlier" witHlwx of material.! 100 colored de. PACE. *
:: hoist t.i.,'"a- cur to the
name mast-head. As it is UP TO $5O according to choice location
Governor which position he now h<;!c!. *. otJ.. c.-urlete. witti full insTiictions.iinii LOTS ARE PRICED FROM $10, ,

ri.-\0; ,. UM-cessary.. however" for all newspapers being emjjicio President of the Si-natf.:, i. worMi i-eort ii;ore tof than unly $the I.O.anioart The plae-ii cJ I"t'J., alone'Ioevsry -.j i1 Terms $5 cash on each lot purchased and balance in monthly or quarterly instalments >

"- to have an editor. we assume the grave lIe i is A popular gentleman n wi-. prompt la'frderins; tln Gut'lt will"dot'11 the :- I within 6 to 12 months, with interest at 8 per cent per nnuiin). WILL SELL FROM A ,
t : .aJ-vss<.f five otter I.Ji4 i interests! "in Art : aS SMM pfSIKs?
... responsibility.' ant launch out upon the and impartial presiding olljrer.: and! i is devoted matters, ti whom wo can mail our new csitalo- fe71 HALF LOT UP TO A BLOCK OF 4 ACRES to suit onrchaserI *. ? .f.fM

( turbid waters, trusting Jo a geneious pub I I to the advancement of the best interests rue of Art G ods, we will &enclose inca. extra an.l ] jft syS 3'M?& I I LINCOLN CITY IS BUT 20 MINUTES WALK FROM THE STARKE DEPOT MAIL .
without good-tinted
charge .
(L lie for their favor i P* I /VEr tllE5st vit CONVENIENT.
and support Wakula of his adopted State. Should : placuue. Address. 5fcjjsf AND EXPRESS OFFICES. CHURCHES & SCHOOLS IN SIGHT, VERY 1
fi"Tlmtl. -. Governor Perry be elected Senator Mr, TIlE Syracuse, X .Y s -1 The reeorleclllat can be seen at the Law Oillce ofC. L. Peek who will cheerfully show ,

t,. : Lcesburg wi'l succeed the Governship.and .* B\HgSft- i purchasers and execute contracts of sale and
., Commercial: The largest sale Mabry to \ lots, explain prices and terms to prospective ,

r : of property made in this place Ibis year the honor could not be placed upon SHEKIFF'S SALS. i I deeds. Apply at once if you want choice of lots. .

f.W' ,/. S ,. wa -4bat of the Panasoffkee orange grove. one more deserting. Ills rapid elevationis Py virtuie of an execution issued out of Ju!- -k CALL ON DB ADDBESS. j

of the Peace
.'". 9 owned by lle lln. J. G. and T. H. Hem. an encouragement to others who are tiC in and'urtJo..phL.HiIIJuKtice for Bradford county. F1.ridldatt'd May J. L. GASKINS, .. COMER L. PEEK :
jion and G. !I. Ilubbert. which was sotf seeking homes and fame in Florida. His : Jth A. I' islii I'avurof H. EdvrariU and UEALKH IN r' ,
a judgment
$or. ibis week to U. T. King of Cleveland. success is rematkable and well earned in rendered in said court ou the 26th day of AprilA. Drugs & Medicine-- : STARKEFI I
"' U. 187 for the gum of sixty seven 21-luO .
.. Ohio; for 23.000 cash. The grove is every particular.-Tallahassee) Correspon dollars damages and eight 42 100 dollars cot Starke, Fla. $ !

'. wtuated!I in the western rart of this df'nce'Sl1vannah News. together with al>accruing cost.and to medirecied RICHARD & PACE. 1 -
,0 county 1 have levied upon and will sell to the highe.tbidder or #
In a tract_ of 200 acn-s of fine hammock I By the force and power of his pure and at public auction ou the first Monday in Physioiniis'( : Prescriplionsjitn I
JUy A. 1'. 1N 7 lu gibe 4th day of said mo th all /u rf STARKE. FLA.
nf '
K.: land. Thtl'e character and splendid abilities.. ( fillip 'uiHjwiiitffi *---- < a large. number of trees I upright between tie legI hours of sale at the court
:',' to b VOC form, l't;des thousands I Lieutenant Governor Mabry 'now stands hou-edc"r. in the town of Like Butler in paid .
cf -
county > Hra'lford ad Si.it-i "fore>uii] all the JulPF': ) --ni. l'r I
: joungKMirrnrsery trees. Although the in the front rank of the coming men of right it': *-and! inteie otah.- said William Briggs I ,. "." r. v -.
will liich I in; 1o.\.j ur c', Id hivo h.i-lat tlw tim of ,Jr.'T.__ 0'_ '6' .v''J .\ .t.'i' t'. ,. ;1J.y J6'Jj.
price ftid illl Florida and his political preferment I .Y'( x.1.J"o. u '
: large. yet good judges claim. eiirteriiJif said j ju ''geiue t iu: and to toe folowi J r' 1 1 7 ) > /; ,'j'V./-o'5'J'
;4 .. -.that Ihe grove is worth at least not epepc1 on any combinatltn of foriuitrus ig us--ril-d lots or parcels: 0 LirnU M'ua-I S. J. i 1'i., .1 j \ iA ft4
} OOOQ. ted.iyi-'': l.j: I l.1 ing i in 'loICllIlII.t.. "it: On.* ._ -
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Mr. King was here and made the purchase circumstances. lie possesses a brilliant (lcre| in tn.-we-t eii'l of.t pint of s-ixO i ) tu-res TJB; <1. K ?. JfflMANOFAtTURER-- 1 ----
; :
8' idlnl Il..t.pro'ix it) ill' said .Ia'. Ld i g a _.w"L .
rSOD. lie mind and his fine executive IiLI1aai
n'r iwys he will, if necccssarv.spend legal radio .(,1 rit: o l the ri E Corner of ihu N K J4
,. f o.ono in further' improvement of abilities are universally conc 11l.d. He of N K }..fs' CIU: twenty I in tSJi, Towuhhipux
(.6) .no.tt nt 1 range ii eust containing one acre I 1.v
". -. Ihe place. 1 he Panasoffkee orange grove has already made for himself a record in itioreor I. '. Together with all flit ures b tidings FOR SALE S _;

;cost Mes!"s. II. JI. & II. 1200. and although )- Florida which commends him to the respectful Impro appeitairdiag.. D1l.'l/ts a .d oppertei Property aces poi to ted l ht'luniuga"d out bj ,

: of the If Plntilf'! OK .I v|) DHAl.EK IN a..
they did not its consideration true men ( .utorU ) ,
value 1-
HENRY. E1TER8OX; .S.iwcd mill l>:-esc .t stIll; the amount received for the property his party As President of the Senate, Sheriif of Bradfoid Cou ty.L .
Lumber !
Is a handsome im-naeeon he has entire satisfaction by his B. RHODES. every Descriptl.in and
.. Jhe amount of given PlaimiS Attorney.. Quality.Litlis ; ]1 handsomest
original purch'tl'4". prompt arid ju"t ru'iags. No appeal from May 2S.4C. One of the iii/i4./ ;; :..
Picket?, Railing?, Bracketsand -4o -i f fI
has been wi.
his rulings ever yet
I OUll.\'EK' SEX% l'OR. sustained.Ed.. RAILWAY AND ] Finishing Lumber constant) onI I -

.. Democrat caucus for nUt lItion given I to FilJini ii.
Senator, Ex-Gov. Tbe But and CheapestThe Collt'rf'
IIVE CARD IS EFFECT MAY 2, l-7, 12:0: !a. m.A.U i Orders] th Di
: : W. D. Bloihnm I ; ; and GOY. E. -
A. of
withdrew Perry Commercial College Kentucky Trains Run by 90th Meridian Time(Central). Fla. situated on _ ,
their: names from the caucus University received the Highest. Honor WESTERN DIVISION. Scroll WorK -I
when en the fim bade Shortest and Quickest Route t>.New Orenis! :.! -
ballot ,
after' both and Gold Medal at the World's Exposition the Soutawest. Dh Connections: to Poi ts
withdraw.: i. SMi.uelPasco \\est aud Xortnwi at. A-:) of the _
was elected ns all other forSstem of I bank
over Colleges "'&"laei.s .&. :. time "p" u.ea.nsl'lf. time. the
Senator: This Las been* long and Business Education.It i :;
.- MTere Bookkeeping and Read up. Ri-u.l *trucglc and every one is glad that U situated in the beautiful, healthy and No. U. %'.). !. No. 1. No. U -'
the 11 4uu 7 30lp JacV-FO "me.Lv ht(a 3 O'p
end has come aud most sensible pet renowned city of Lexington, Ky., accessible 10 -O a C 50 p Ar Baldwin Lv84la 4U5p CRA TESA bsautifal : -
e' pIe are we',1: satisfied with) the 8 18 a "> lUpArLake tlty... I.\10 lOa 5 5S p : 1
result. by the leading railroads. Arrangenow 7 14 a 4 s7p Ar Live Oilk...Ar III 51 a TSp !
Whiie there U no doubt but what Blox- to enter this College HS students ran Sila :j2f p Ar 31at.li..ur \'i 01 p 8 37 p SPECIALfI' LAKE.A .t.I
ham 5la 2 59pAr1ontie.-Ilo Ar 1 35piU5p KINGSLEY I k
-:. WHS the choice! of the people of the enter at any time. Read advertisement 3 30 a 1 (6) p Ar TallaliasatH.Ar 2 -J7 p J 11 53 p

State. it WHS evident that he was not the cJumn and 1 40 a 12 (Wp ArQuinoy ..Ar -'iS.'p 140 a ALSO\ FOR sALE5OOO .r-.
in another
of the _
1 2 01 I'll :'pArRiv.-rJun'.Ar 4 05 p 3 30 a
choice of the members of the legislature. write for particulars to its President.. 1.00 p JO.vOa ArM.-.ria uu...Ar S *'Tp 40> a i large two story .
PaJsc soup S.1SaLvIeFtiam.kspr..r! .rop M.( la300p
: it
a IIIHTT "1.6 Lag a good war record, Wilbur R. Smith. Lexington. Ky. 5.l5aLv Pt'I1>,.!,...Ar .10p 11.50ti The above cut represent the car of Mr. 8fl IOU 8.i ebl. \\Inch is lo carry the '
and be has been prominent in I II i5p 3.00a LvFI| < >o..Ar ll.i p 3 15 p
public ever I l.lJOL Lv Mobile ... Ar -_'.:'a i house, products of Florida on exhibition to the N rthni cnw*. t> all the large Fairs and ''
Ihce 1 Ih-s 'lir. But never TIle American AKrteallBrUt As a Lv New Orleans..Ar ..:00. 7.101'1 11 room
holding 8.l.lp other of
any places important gatheringBradford cou it-; cm iv>t aT Ir.II.I ( ) neglect to ,
zrnortantdimc. Senator ""II,." 7.20 a 7."XpLv: M-.a't.iiierv..tr 71"ia 7..1p! ,_ -i
,' Pasco is a man 2.:p 7.;7 u I.v NA-liviUV .Ar 11.0 p 70 a secure a spice iu this car. if oih'>r counties Ivi-rlH-.- i i thi .* ly vvs .\.) n .t h nl't
(T fine lllilitiiIi that During the continuance of the great 12.45 p li-6aLv >..vayille Ar 1.10 a 2.35 p f .
man will do .
credit !.:' p li- ia LV I.ouiivuilAr 2 :5 a 2.-J:) p barn good water, will W_' feel if thy deriv gre\t bjne-ltsfr> 1t.a. ii 1 ':.-. if-.:'!. ti: s liii..iw C .lllt r
-A to Floridain the Senate Chamber at Dairy and Cattle Show held in New 8 15 a 8/JO p Lv Cine n-iati Ar 6.'i a 6 S5 p I A ntiJ OF LAND.Sii' remains dormant. *> .. .iXbeumatlftm ,,

Washington a man that we well York City in the second week of 3Iay the 7.10 a :,:.0 p Lv St IJHU'.S; ..... r..1"0'1 1'1 ij
may 8.0 p 8.40 p Lv Chicago Ar 10.X: )a ;.OJ

be proud of Io tepresent os.TOWOBKFOB. American Agriculturist Monthly, issued a No 1 antI "J diily. Nu U and 10 d.i 1 h' : );(' for Orange (iov: 11 I."I 75 bearing orange,1 1
the Tbi..ughimtlerr.i g cars on 1 anl2to I New 0. Book'Store ,
DOW daily paper on grounds every morningat le"l r. III! 1 III a '.->> ai'l l "n, as mu\ i L( \ :1tnlI The Largest South

FLORIDA. ten olock of eighteen pages, describing F .... an. N. slwp'njcarsou: II ant, 10 to }.- (I\' 1 "

.. VaIte the scenes and incidents from day today Funia bpriugs.SOUTHKitN. -,-- -. 50 bearing pear. I- ,..l..
Earnest, PcnlMcatIrtotle aed D1VI.-ION. : '

Eflbru Sk..U W Me.4*. and presenting illustrations of the Shortest and quickest route Griu 8vlllf. OealaLeesburg HORACE JREW; e: '4,
ALTAUONTB various cattle and farm implements as a..d to all points i i South Fi riJa. PATENTS.FRNKLIN ..
May 18. 300 bearing ,
were awarded them. Ever Read up. R-a Oormpocdence(.f the' premiums No 4. No 8. NU 7. Xoi 59 and 61 WEST BAY STREET I
number conUiued from thirty to forty 11 25 a 4.00 p Ar Fernandiua .. Lv 10.10 a- ,
Yeur editorials from time 7.4Sa %..5 Ar Callahanr
to time with p ll.rp- H. HOUGH
engravings of cattle, etc.. etc. It was 6IOa 1.4-1 p Lv Ualilwi i.Ar 12.S5p- persim- JACKSONVILE FLA.NHOLESALE
a view uf fully impressing the people of rather of a novelty for the Veteran American 2.:0 p. B.SOaAr Jackso ville.....\ 113.ia 900p plums, .
our Stale with the urgent of 515. 1.apLvEaldwin..Ar li-JC plOOip iGJtor;!! 'T'nlp.I:',;\1. *> t'g1PICUU
necessity U
far from its 4.lOa .
Agriculturist, now not 1.00pLvLawey. Ar 1.llJp 11.211) AND RETAIL. .
prompt and vigorous action to secure immix 3Up 12.r>pLY Starke .Ar 1. 2p "-i' figs o _' .
fiftieth birthday. !J.l5p .u3.'iaLvjaint'.iJIl..Ar 323p 7 45 / mons grapes, .
'alion-actual settlers-as well in 330p 7.t0aLVCetIbrIt3.. Ar 6..15 p v-0p: I, o.".; F. Sru KT: N. \\ BOOK, STATIONERY, PA'PEll, MUSIC, TOYS AND FANCY, GOODS

tourists a.-e accomplishing: greater good Our Wealthr I Ien. :.t.a 11.31 p Lv Hawthorne. :.2/i p Iii a !! KP-I-I 1. S. Pie: .tOrf--i'. \;.\'-IH::,- ON.) P C.J ;
1 17a lUHal.vCiluOragl" Laki-Ar-J.55 I oa .. All the latest Hooks and Periodicals! received
.. Newspapers: as soo as published and c 3
r i'.I"'i.\.ro.I''I.1 walnuts ,
thau any of I the many other noble! efforts Much has l said in of 10 :J*a Lv Silver p.III.A" 'A. o p. !. .. ,i' ; '
s./ -
een newspapers 11 .0p 10 lila L\ Ocala ....ArSSip 3.1."nt ,J ;M- 5..I. ( -1.1''i- : pecans, supplied at publishers list. Aly stock is complete in every tbptrlluent.Iercl1ants
Vlut vu :tre putting forth dienally for men who have made large fortune's, in 10.0p 9UOa WildwiMHl.. Arl.'op ri lu \l 1:1- :. : !.h'I. .'.L','.. S. r. .. .. t I''I iind Conslnncr-s may depend on Getting prices as low a* any Northern city. All -
the material liSp $34a: Lv 1'4 &11'1U'.t.e..Ar : .4tip lOU.u :i !I' :>(' to ,f. : ir-i : f Vv i- ,! >rd T" tilled promptljand accurately. .
advancement of the SLa'e.Wlnt ,. .. .. -
few in various ,1 f of ;nn'l II : 1'i
r \tl'r '
comparatively tt ; B .
years 3.40 II 2a Lv umlt'n'illt' Ar 5.M 111.11:1 and has also increased stoc" of DASK 11.\
pa.osp JI i .. almunds e largely my Lr. GOODS and now havo J
; I 1. .I : : t'
W t- i
Inzttn'3 8 .r' : 1
is requisite to bring about the industries. of these: tides ::!a Lv-t. CatLeiiue..Ar 6.It 10:. u tt.t !' I II ferylhinj BATS A KELTS .
business Many ai i'nite'1! hzav.- 't1.t Offiire) GIZ::.. i'jpf I Iiiiiinei' : including JtALLS. A CAl'S.SKS, GLOVES, and 1
:2.18 .1; a Lv Uw nsbtro .Ar 7 O.S 11.:r; I
"biggesl boom" next winter that we have are written by correspondents of l.O p p ".(J0 a Lv Dade C'iW. ..Ar "..5 p p -.-.:> p p 'e ecUIufl. und tliu .j.p'iIli..lies -' .'.:.'f ill1 :: ranging in prices from the cheapest. to the test. My prices are low and special l term '
P.4aLv . u.k i.tNo i.--. will be made to dealers or clubs buying in quantities. '.
ever had is universal and well direct ef. iLlip Leesburg Ar 5.l)1) 5.i5 a ,. fruit
prominent and copied into \ "tl/.y in the Cu't.,1 Si-- p.-e i other
newspapers H&J P fi 15 a Tavares .,..Ar5-J5 P ti.lSa .
fort. Let every individual go* to work;; others of lesser note. Correspondents 7.37 p ;.:s I a Lv Apopka .Ar ti.37 p ';.4: a > !uperor! tI.eiKi'nial'llity Iae'lSt'! -. for:pli'uln'us of: ii.>paatanng nt'oi'es -.. "-. u. a. 'f'!' many Sorace Dre vv

every hamlet village town at.d city, seldom of business 710 p G.5aLv Or'audo .Ar 706p S.15a ( of 1 r ,tt'r.; u r.i.'ieI. for ccsCoei'oid.rce ..,.;. j
generally are men *
Through bleeding Cars on Nos. S and 4 between JACKSONVILLE
every county and the State,every railroad qualifications and wrongfully picture these Jacksonville, and Orlando,without chat ge : [ .n\ *! and nut trees, at _ -. -- ,_FLA.
and o e dollar a bertn. >os. 1 and 8laily, Nos. 3 --
every hotel every corporation In our men and their business as a thing of accident and 4 daily except Sunday. .
borders that will be benefited by the State's STARKE LIVERY STABLE. I ONCEMORETO THE FRONT ii
I ; this is not the case with th.se we FERN ANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE NRAXCH CALL, ;

pr"gres in any direction. Let cverjtiiizcu We find that where men'havemade (Daily.) half price.
have met. Read up. Read down. AND with the most complete assortment of Ute styles in .
(,f the State unite in one grand and I large fortunes by thrr own business No 11. No 5. No C. :"1' K'
:.- 8.20 a Ar Jackson viile .. Lv 5.00 ".II FEED AND SALE STABLES I
glorious effort to make the Bub-Tropics I talent and industry! they chose with 4.lXlp p ".Wa.Ar Fernandina. .Ar 6..Op p 10 lOa a & AT THIS OFFICE.FIVE FINE BOOTS AND SHOES FOR :

ExpodU'un: one of the grandest success 01 r sagacity and forethought such business as CONNECTIONS.At .
Callahan with Savanuah. tlorida and & A
the kind on tecord. If every one haviij: would lead to success when handled wit!- Western I kailroad for savannah Maco, At STi- the New Year's TRADE. Great in .
lanta. 'harleston Washi gtou. Baltimore. New l Bargains Footwear.No .
specimens of nature above the :
any aremgi No has been be-
judgment. man brought York. Cincinnati. St. Louis Chicago and all THOUSAND

'iu! any dtp riml'nt. especiallygricuUur'- fo/e the public as an example of success, poinu Silver west: and Springs Northwest.At with. Ocklawaha Agent Wanted 1 Double quick to Mil Fancy Prices. Only First .\. Good ".

ftlor l l"r"cutural. and In the natura:I both in wealth and magnitude of his Steamera.

world, will, place them on exhibition: tb At Dude City with Florida Southern : JOE hOWARD'SLIFE RUFPHFR
business outside of stock and railroai run.rJ
( for BrooksvlllM Bartow and' Tampa.At OFlFINITElY A. L. VON KIR.N
much dcrired end can be happily realized. men) more prominently n Dr. G. G. Sanford Orlando.Lockelana with South and Tampa.Florida *. the most VALUABLE I'caul''

Perhaps one of the most effective modeof I Green, of Woodbury. N. J. lie is at the it Cedar Key with Steamer Governorondraud coming so closely from the fan.ily circh I ,

advertising the State is by flooding C head ofmany; large business industries ( Thursday, lor Manatee a d Ta .. and by a MASTER HAND eniraged in a "La \ THE POPOLAP BOOT AND SHOE --STARKE 1
t'o'nntrv' so to speak, with Florida .newt! .vt comnftrnlivelv. IL'oun! many ..-,WB"_> Mff RTITPITVySaflu ., .s.-. W..tA r lor of Love." Kiolily titList rat eu- .

papers more especially thoSe devoted) ;.. tact' that August Flower, ford -.front: Temaadinc- Sun-lays' and Frida :A'Frsl-ol t.uiniouis furnished at all t-teel portrait.MILLIONS&c.want Will a STANDARD SEIL Immense Life of\ .

the interest>f Mgriculture and klodmeubjefts. from JackpoavQIe Friday. for Chareston: linnrs. : ly. '' and Neuralgia
I liver complaint and Bos New York. '' :. diy: 01 night. time GREATEST PnEACHER AND ORATOR of YOU NERVOUS?
Onv seldom, peruses\ ?\papeieven es's German iSjrnpfoFeou&hnd 8K.V'ISLAND ROUTE. |It) Terms IJw.snr.ithle.. Give us a Inal.ANUKKU the AGE. Quick is the word. Territoryin \! 2 Days. '

\be country press '"* troubles, jvti Steamer Express leaving Jacksonville 5: 0 p. .* S & ALVAHEZ.irtarke GREAT demand. Send for circulars':,' The Indiana Chemical Co. you siitftr fioin in"ei "rihltble f
iir m. Wednesday and Saturday connect with the Fla. .jndSO rents for outfit to IIUBBAUDKOS. l-o'h I inn-tal 11(1 physical? '
mc or more articles WillE'Incr ] ie in flthtt Steamer St.Nicholas. Inside Route t red a compound which acts
elegu.t lor ) Pubs. Philadelphia. Pa. u \l'r\\Uri..rlt, t-r from other
tind 1 Kent to some one in d Brunswick Darian. t5avau uah. connecting with \ in the : comn ilrl'ili'.atH1: ? Do I'
rapidity cure lack
it w ntane- steamers forliaJtimutv !'I'liiluJt-l'iliia New York .eu eHcg i OF) IN SOL YE>C V.BISAUFOKD \\1 I you
climes of time country, would accomplis h ousstrikefttiraMuialecjnes 4 are and Boston. WALTER G. COLEMAN. ..acerncnts imar. COUNTY. FLORIDA: II matism and Neuralgia. We :: "trtMiriixn!
much goinl. Ail ti.ic results in earltnickiig recognized as valuable and established F.Traffic B. PA.PY. jen. Trav. Agent. .- 1I.-Liry '' 1 t'.er"on. Atmnh.tr.1.Ioe; Bargain in Music.This (I to cure any and every case of > it Ii.lise.iM.uetllt"tpl.lIr; of :tnv If.:nature you are send trou-a r.

uud in general agriculture fhoulnlwuys d) remedies and the business has grown General 1Ian'g..r.A.Pad-enger. O.a MicDONELL d Ticket .t. of II me ntv.OIC Lavaig 0. '\. Kji.H.-1-son.t...'- in .ic deceased.:ilce of 1 1S ista tl.e Favorite Album of Soungs and Palad.: I flammatory Rheumatism and re-stwl st.niii'wl. envelope, with

1 l.e mailed where the nu-st good j is the last D. E. MAX ELL Ag" 1ot3'Judge u'3-lia county a tori:C ten SUjT rStioaof coantaining thirty-two pieces of choice Itnd'.in 2 DAYS and to give ; ofiM e, for full! ini'ortnitfon I
gradually Tmanently during General Supvriaten lant. the in-i uetii.v of said .:4e. Xotu-e is popular music. full sheet music size with: com i ; In-:: Pro Curt-*' "IOZO E _
Ifkelylu Le accomplished thereby. eighteen y a account not alone of nl'll'hy.\.1I ic and piano acccmpani. in chrcr cases and effect a | : KN r." It IH ondors.d bv the .i
.*. Ko Orol inn should be lost ia an effo rt Dr. Oree .bullies business 11IIU.11.1: ever aiiut >ai as a man or wflnViizf' v-.I.**'*i't,fftted, .n tilt oUioe of the verv attractive cover. The following are the
to dispel the delusion that nothing but o rhis : l.ut actual InnhIu PI ULnuOCO fc WCC We ATTENTION i ( .uitr.u.lc. of suiJ c'.unty on or before the titles of the songs and ballads contained! in the :r.jimp we will send to any .lrl iilfliu'ont' perso-in whu have in- .
; oa the merit to furnish all classes with are now pre- I hilt d.1Oi J..I1'. 1 11\.7. at which time a pro Favorite Album:-As I'd Nothing Else to Do;'receipt for this wonderful i itn ineri:.. A $. Tt=tnient!
ling and employment at
a vegetables can be succes So of the t rratior-.-Copied fiitIi ,the whole of the time, or for their spare rata pu>ineiil will; bf male to cr '>n in every .
cultivated to the sane so f.\I' :ts tbi a sels will extend and the Little feet; Oh. YuuPretty Blue*yl Witch: .
in Florida. If ; both
fully or Business e.preMid
moment light and 2U il.ie. (
grown N. Y. Yee I Bun Sec. prx> > Iostom. .
of 1 ; cost.Ve lake this
22. frict small
Ftnwna of eigher MX easily from the sail ailin nisi.ratur will then be disohaed. Blue Eyes: Katy's Letter; The Passing Beil; I: at :
H million copies of your Trade Issue cou:Id $&Ui pe r evening and a proportional earn 5u sum reiitsto by :I elli my iauie as County Judge of said: Saw Esau Kissing Kate; Won't You Tell Me1:;:ving di. over) ?u the public; and einH .V> (vn:i0 cover
c be pUced in the hands of a m'llion select);xl A Terrible Misfortune.Ib ., demoting all their time to the buiness. Boys County lob the 8ih day of January. A P. .2887. Why Robin;The Old Garden Gate; Down her:put'ing it .ut as a patent ; I'Cl ill. Ullt cl..Iit"t'ri'a In or-
and girls earn nearly a much as men. That ail J. K. RICHARD: low the Waving Lindens; Faded Leaves: All for Treatment "II. Ad,freM .
farmers and fruit growers of the Nor One day last week Mr. ainnight who see this may mend heir address, anti text Jan. 15. Ca,. County Judge, Among the Summer Boxes; Tough the Harp hieing much less expensive. IOT-IIIO l'o."ietill- Block,
Gently, My pretty ouise; I really don't think gladly! refund money it .uli, ac 1'v i Y.I .
the busineM.we make this offer. To such N.
as are
aqd .
10 f'Jorida would probably astouiFlorida's ad to jump over the office at t_ for the tnwbteW wri '.fl uarticuiara and Cluck: Across the Sea: A Year Ago: gchsorsHalIRuth : THE INDIANA I
outlit free.1.; on from tneFe O. L. I KEENE and I; Good Night; One Happy YearAgo I H. RIVERS
greatest enthusu.at.Another livery stable, stricking d badiJ timeitisused. T'r : Jennie in the Orchard:The Old Barn Gate;' : i ,
Jack's, Farwell; Polly;Wnisper Ie the Twilight. '
mode of advertising and o neb bruininK it. Mr. Andre'his ","once l by I Millinery, Fancy Dress Gcoda, The is a very fine coiltction! of real vocal pems.\ Feb 5. 87.-1y. I) :.\.*:. IN I

calculated to cal\te lasting impressions Bide and replaced the ted hip i NOTION-. K'IDr.LOViPARASOLS.: and gotten up in very handsome style. PuOj
IWlt'p in the usual way and bought at a imisiei 1 TO STRAWBERRY OOOIDSAND
to'iake u liberal diblributioa of the seem ic- medical aid was summoned and Mr.Wainright j Silk Uml-ro'ilas.;: Zephyrs< all kindsof storp. these 33 pieces would cost you f 11.90. We!'
A cOT.tat.d Tre& mnti-niil fair bought a jeb lot of this music at a great IIIlCrifict'an'1 ; Truby fc Daris l.ove just
ry of the ;tte. Send out pictures of c,ur carried to the home of his I eexes;all ; 6i 0 the wora. Lztrzit 1 as the holidays are past we di-sire to cos-e! 'large supply! of the

.eaUtIful, groves.:: our: picturesque lak,ea, Uotber J. E. Wuinright where be now is-I earnings terms f n 4._ Cost.'otiy you outh tiuUirng, \1 1 jiaiwii 117oah.\ : out collection our block well at wrapped once. 1 Will and send postpaid you the for entire only:ViRGINtAVEN'RATES AND Sl'ANAKD FiLATED E R I E S. <

our majestic streams, our dense p!ineof the Dr. thinks his hip bone is fractured I tosendus find out: if voti are i. .rrcr.ipt attem.iic.m> to oulers.n 40rt8. Send immedatf!y. A Ulr->.. '
wise you he siUl ii. TIlE EMF1RPEWS CO.. BASKETS, which they will t.
J1.tLL.Tm .t \\ .
;: I h > I'o..l.- Ifi-ra .
forests,that are. so pleasing to thcl.eyo. 0.' .but will toon be all right again. CO., Pull: ttoc .- ..- -- Jdn.tifS.6u.JACKSONVILLE.. $ 1LA." _- iS)rat-use, N.Y. I hers pi ices. Florida. i
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by addressing .this office or LAKE -
BUTLER, May 21st. 188?. But Mr. Howard's is interesting I r -
I biography I -
Gardener& Pratt St arke. .
CITY NEW.Mr. ** to appointment ofa well accurate merit almost I
'l committee as us -1,| .

Our mayor and citizens paid a visit to consisting of two members from each precinct as rare in biography as ic history. "Jnc" i itOY4

If. G. SliRh, pupil of the rke Crosby Lake on Thursday, to clean up in the county and time of meeting Howard as he is familiarly known by hU iI r wats wjomestic

Institute, returned home list SatA..3'Mr. t'le cemetary this proves that our citizens appointed for Saturday morning May 21st thousands of friends in the journalistic I I

are waking to the f/Lcttht. ,we must be 1887 at 10 o'clock a. m. at Lake profession is lie
Butler always interesting .
hn on '
i;. Friday. J.much W. Morgan returned his trip.! up and moving to keep pace with other Capt. H. F. York, L. B. Rhodes, J. M. can't help it. Everything he writes is I! _-. t --I r : ) u' *.- V
improved cities. Sleeping will not make a town, let Truby and T. A. Knight being present, readable and when his l.eart is thoroughly I I II

;'!' ,,M r. Joe Lumkiiu, f pupil of the rk I every one take not only an Interest but J. M. Fruby called the meeting to 'order enlisted in his la:k. as it evidently was in

1 r %.) 'iIL te. returned home ou last tutJlr. an active part in these improvements.' and nominated Cot. L. B. Rhodes for the preparation of this tribute to his dis -.."',

-aYe ____ Our Trip to Barlow. chairman which was agreed to and T A. tinguUhed friend, his eloquence Is irrc i#- I SJLtbtR1Ki: ( : -. FL.I't : .\. r" .,; r

J. Q. Adams btill maKes the P i ice It was our foi tune or misfortune to be Knight was elected secretary. The chairman table. No one who read Mr. Howard's 1:1.:i 4- _0' -

cream: in the city and J. Q. knwow culled away to Bartow, Polk county last I then stated as the object of the meetIng Life of Beecher is likely to complain that /e !.- .. : 1 I 11s. I- : :
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to serve It. __ wet-k which is a very nice Florida city I to secure the proper advertisement of I it is "dull" or "dry." ; I L: : ', '

:Mr. W. n. Kelley has J't"signclllln'; si- but the first stop that we made was at the county and a proper representation in The work is as timely. too. as it i is accurate [ 1 jJ ani{ i"anir : '

tion as station *,ent. a gentleman .J i the Wildwood which by the way is not the the "Sub-Tropical Exposlon" at Jacksonville and interesting. Popular interestin : rf '

name of Smith takes his pla'-e. place that we have been taught to belie next winter. After a general: interchange the character and deeds of the great ..

rke vs. The hotels are ch-sed and we were of views and a majority ofthe orator has halllitl1e! 'time to abate in the .. (9. ;.0.0.5; _' :' .. ; ;.- .. '-} ":' ';i''
of tho' ..
Mr. S. U. Owens, pupil -
given to understand that each and every committee not being pre e1t Capt. York few weeks ilmt have pissed' since' his -

Institute returned houioon UMJonday. .one would like to get away its boom haspassed. made a motiOn that we appoint another body was curried from Plymouth Church 'Vhtte t oods.f Laces, tLILL aopi'.i AGENT'S.

'. ______ J Dadc City is the present termi- meeting on Saturday May 28th at 10 buried under a pall of roses. But Mr. .

The old Iloyt store on the cor of nus of the F. Ii & N. R. It. and a, very o'clock a. m. at Lake Butler and that the I Howard is a speedy workman us well as a I JjtD BOYS'HATS, BOOTS'AUD

Cull and Thompson Sts is being Ured secretary notify all members skilled' : ona. and his sources of A '' '
thriving little place consisting of two of the committee many private AND FINE CLOTHING. SB.i: <
the and fitted up in betUiape and to information with his POWDER .
to ground_ hotels over which mine host and hostesu specially request their pres- together own A-. -
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ence at that time innumerable the hose S .. .
Alvarez*h the which memoriesjuf man
:Messrs Andrews fc Mr. & lrs. J. K Davis presided and was carried. ..

best lot of horses that have ever b in I charming daughters in all th'er Among the mattels of importance talked life he has pictured, fitted him 'or the : Absolutely Pure. .. : -

of by the committee and speedy accomplishment of t. ;' .-
I St-uke: at one lime. pomp and glory of a Floridl\1JOte1. Dade was the great necessity thorough a 'FhIs pOWI1..... II""cr \arlcs. A marvel

of theirkeInstitute City has several stores a post office, telegraph I of a dajjy mail service by hack from task which a less fortunate and( I l"ss gifted of purity sts--T.jrth: und liolesomeness.. : 'C" '

MlssAflflieOflieflpupiL Starketo Lake Butler the man would have found beyond his power. More oer">o- Mcil than the ordinary <
returned home on last.on- office, two railroads: the F. R. &N. committee kinds and l' ; .
f-Minot he sold in Pometition J
agreeing that immediate For the scope of the woik it i is enough ,
.; T and South Florida. At Bartow we were steps should be with tho im.tUiule t j of !h'te shottweight.

Gay. _-_ _ much surprised to see a place of such taken to secure the same tbit! may be in to say that it is complete: c'llIel'ruing }lr. alum of ,lPIi.Sph.i: po\vr.e-s.: -.

Mrs. :S: I). Mo re and lill e mie operation by the first of next Beecher's eventful I life from childhood Sold only in cm*. KnHiking| Pow : ,< .. .
magnitude Bariow is realy a city and our September. .
der Gn..IOti\\i-.i.; X Y. '
J;:tve gone to Tallahassee; to sptncfew On motion the committee down to the peaceful deathbed scene in '
: stay there was pleasant. They are build- adjourned: till April 17.sr.:.

i: ecks. ing a large brick institute. it is a gift from next Saturday morning at o'clock a. u. Brooklyn last March and the great demonstration Tin Smith; and Sheet Iron Worker .ir

Mrs. Dr. Gaskins left TWay and oIl: and beloved citizen, Mr. Jacob T. A, KNIGHT of sorrow that came spontaneously PROFESSIONAL. _. CARDSATTORNEYATLAW. ,
from his his nation and the ; "
city '
morning(to u short visit to the CapicityMiss Sumerlin a cattle king. They are also Secretary. lJO ': 1. .i .a..... _L. -ba3ise .z Fla- .
world. Typographically the book is all\ ..,
Eula Heir*, pupil of the irkeJustltut building afine: large brick jail, taking all to- We.nave just received the current num '
that could be asked and its profuse illustrations I HAVING J.OC.Tn:: in St4r t>. in the brick building formerly occupied l.y (?
her NT,
last tur- of The
returned home on see'no reason Bartow Progressive' South & NOTARY P'-.
: gt'ther, we can why a monthly give it additional; value. The ... E. W 'l11un. I resp.- If .1; y-olcil work in my line tn.m lie ciiiani: ..of the tiiwim.antt; slit ."

: clay _ ___ will not make the city she deserves to be journal published! at Cincinnati Ohio devoted frontispiece-a superb steel plate. taken rounding county. Alt wik warranted Oargcs" ; moiU-nitf. Uuot1n Gutiem and

one having a pig that theyuld the metropolis ot South Florida we had exclusively to the interest of the I Leaders a peiaty.: 'D. -'
Any from of
: one Sarony'st! photograph0! the .
r. ]J'ke: to exchange for yenrs subs ion the pleasure to meet Col. Hanson and south and to the people who lire seeking last prior to Mr. Beecher's death-is probably STARK m K. Bit\nroitu (COUXT Fi.01:10.v.ABSTRACT AL ORDERS 1)1l0XPTIJY .'IIJI.. : < 5 '

: M the TELEGRAPH will call at oudce. I Capt. J. Sessions of the Informant, who new homes in this section. It is a sixteen the best likeness of PI'mOulh'sgre OK TITLE mid Real Es -_ : .. : :.' '.- r

doing a thriving business, and page paper, brim full of late lix\ :II Specialty. i' .:.t.
: sic pub- interesting news W. A. Do .
School closed at the Sl.irke: Instb on t pastor that has ever been l secured.: A* !'II'\'I luniisiiud !showiiiiiewry; Deed, M. L'Engle. 0
J-ist three weeks short of t ten liking,, one of the best papers in South 1 to t.he.prospector and only! 50 cents a year Both Mr. Howard :and his pnblLthers Mortgage. Lien Tax: Sale Judgment.! Attachment '

: Friday while the Orange [lege I Florida. Our stay in Bartow was pleasantthe I This journal should receive a liberal patronage have done their work welt and tin hojk : nml :ill tntt; tti rof Public iail ui of 'floriffa (:- -::

months teini peuple civil and long to be remembered. I from the !South and people in the win Hcoord Jc lilt jiftYciins: Title of Reil Estate .. :
doubtless the
its will
popular it .
) two weeks after this to comp success in Bindford! ..
: .as North who I : oo.mty. Flndlll. up to 0 "'.
are .!
contemplating making the W. N. BAKER. Cs '
merits. HENRY A. L-ENCLE Manager. '
so richly date of Ah\ < .tract.Ikadqiiitcrs .
len months t r01. .
South 1.
: their I
: home. should subscribe im ...
Mr. KrostUH: Hall, pupil of th '.rke Much has been said and writtenin I mediately. address, The Progressive South Cnjuy Life. .. : |10-: r'iSJK 1 1NSUUAXC E jACOVflT FLA.. .. :;: ': :

: Institute, returned homo on l last tur- already Cincinnati Ohio. What a truly beautiful: world we live representing> I Hie I.:vCI'pudl & London&, -
well deserved praise of our lovely lake G'.&!, ('0 6'vU fl.'S. "J'-0#.C S a ::": ..
in! Nature gives us grandeur of 0
I-: day. _ ( but ll do not remember to have ever read Bartow. Flu.: May 23rd.: 1887. and and numn- WLL DO A CF.NEUL'DAKINO BUSINESS. DEPOSITS 1tECEIVCDCOLLECTIONS! .e ."I' .
glens oceans thousands of
tans ,
. At Bartow last Fri -ay the granJury anything alluding to its r ire beauty during Editor Starke Taleirraph., means of enjoyment. We can desire no 1J1IU1iLA Y l (I :\MADi AT USUAL RATES OF KXCHAXOE: ... 'S ".. .- .
)tr Fence 0
found a true bill against ? __ 0 -
when the full .
nights silvery moon throw Court opened here thU morning at 10 better when in perfect health: ; but lion .
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Newcastle. She WHS rested nt (. we ; .
whether her Irialll be its mystic rays upon the rippling surface o'clock according to adjournment and often do the majority of people' feel like TATE POWELl M. D. '. .. -
Ht'e not informed aud soft southern breezes loaded with the took the Fletcher r F. J. FIELD I .. ..
} up case injc-upying; until giving it up disheartened. discourage and '- .: .

f this term of court or not K-enl of flowers and trees fan the mortal 12 o'clock getting the special venire of worn out with d hS! *' :HII.'.whl':1 there i is no Aftei an experience of. wenty years inI 'I .. -. .
.5 Itl now fcttiI't! pfrniiuwnt'.y! in :StnrUe and Is ready I he practice of his profe- .i'1 bus n(best .
. On her last trip the steamer Cheee inn who is lucky enough to find himself in a 75 jurors into shape deciding on the occasion for this seeling us eve/y s.11T"ro'rcan to do Ndy r.n-Kuorz. i',iiPttnnXi Kal'omlnln: ; or in promising the test nnd mt t I .. .

. dense fog ran into a schooner aJamjiged boat on the lightly swelling wavtS at such various excuses presented, and then adjourned easily obtain saiisf.islury! prnof I hat Taper Ii-.Jij-in-. (;.oou; "iliinmi oru' andsatisfjctmofl'> built: : i effect giiiirntee&Charged cliuflwarranted. scientific lancy treatment In t '
.. it so that it sunk. No lives: a time, not wild grand or even very romantic j for dinner reassembled sit 1,30 Green's August I by the day or COCtract.k Li m.s: to lIme :itli 'iiil.iiMaM8 .
)Ir. B. Haynes. tax collec has it is. like a :rounlaiu lake but thereis r. m. and proceeded at once to arraignthe from. disease. as \\ mt-mm I I. i r

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worked for weeks constantly\ o.e: tax i such uii air of bright splendor and happy prisoner u-ider the indictment he I pep ia and Liver CumpJimt; i ; ;a:1-I: t tin.- due* t H"IHtfttrd IsitIe: N ct.. -12 .'. and ,y. ... .

quietude spread over the whole scene causeot live 'I. Mirhmalatiies //\ .\ J: i:I'>;ul .r -.I\.IHI n. ..t.oi.< ;ihrAi () 'i"e Citv his
books and part of the time hehad f ; pleading not guilly; The usual course being seventy pel lTI rt: ( ', .f'lc "-! .v" '; .. : :.1". tll.! I at Dni-i Sioror :it Commercial ColIegeo.: : :.. .
assistants that makes a lover of nature forget reality pursued in empaneling a jury and as Billioiisne: 1:nhigit! : !illO.. i9'J .a II..1'. : I. V, kIcai.vEl.Si.nv. 1. i.ll'I:1: in L.t t SarrIIIE'RIGUEST : .
two and $three : 0.
Sick Headache. Cosiivenessiinuis j ; :. M --- i Chp&B.BnC41SmfISW .
and transfers him to where sweet dream after the defense had i 0:.
nearly or
quite ex- zxiiitss -'-- .
all Au- Prostration: : of the 1 lliwl. }i'tip: -- HUMOROUS COOK ...
Dr. Tale Powell) wax way lands faces are passing to and a few hours hau-tfd their number of chial1ciiges: the laii.m i.f the II"art. and other! disiievsinjjsymptoms Lake View J. nine No. G.i <'< F &:; .\. 1Ul'i OF '.-1r -

gustine last week: attending State this sheet of criatalhc water at Thiee doses .'* Flower ':4'i .Ii' .xj j ti- .ui* s-' -b4 I ;-rni fourth SS -
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spent upon "twelve good and true men" wercsdl.cted *
Situ lav iI"'" : !Ii :li Vk.! -THE AOK IS- .3 F -
Medical Convention. i will prove its wot1r1trful: clluot.: ::;.I.:1pc! a' : :
.: such a time will always! be a pleasure to before six o'clock. The decks are now F. SUIFIC: : C'-i..vr-u: XOUTHUP, I. t :.. .
bottles. 10 cents. Try it. '
for the >n is remember. Like is bound :St.vi o.i'.'. "-. Mast r. :; .- : .
Kingsley soon
Strawberry shipping t clear for action I\ooullhirty witnesses to Samantha at Saratoga w."l -
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. over and now A poor man can gets fill to become one of the chief attractions be examined. IMP'D. _
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CLrof J.M. B e ard 3'.ee's ; > > i 'N _>r o OHDK;; OK REt I) 3E\! -"
for the pkking only. lovely Florida has to offer to the sight H. Prof. J. M. Beardslee, of JicK-oi.ville, i.y .T oln I A Icl'li '. :i ri i"n 101..1, ": .
() rKDi.Ti'ini.. No 1. Fn.'ouiu"'
_ _ : :! : .V i-jn-nt .( H'tl1 |li.lt1! I IK U -
'ortbfJ ;
hunting humanity. who is great worker the Y M. 41"01 n't" -
There are plenty of PCento pees in Orange College among FiieMi'i: i d 1 :-nil i \\ .!iiesii-'x: ; : :----ts'f. FASHION and lakts i'itt I il fol I it-s. Iii ntI I.we IItall' rveomnwad e .
Wildcats have been doing damage: C. _\ ., is a prime favorite in this s.tiolluf ( at i heir \\" -.;. r. / :. i' .. : RO.HIII in nritvr .a larger.e. Tnu.& -.
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: the market anti a good nianynieping closes the session June 10th' with Florida, where he "lends. his .is.I .\-iii ( \& Ill es-lug.j|'iJK tlojjs. .rl.I..lt3M.u B'warotmltwl ., 0
j present magnificent ; 'fr' I'Miiir. ..' :',' .,
amongst the ducks of Mr. Tho.nas near j IJ-H-.I' I.h i t'> 1.11 ilUial.: !<- rthm-tri.v.it'z[ >llc. Tin kll.wl.IK"U"'II 1..I.rorUy "
B'.ackbeirles: : and blueberries) makIng a good concert fuller:;! announcements! will voice to the revival and other sjoodwork t'.ca; !L J. i_.). 'I.'. ;. :. -: 'I '.TI-D hy Or l.ul'U" ui liJAMES">'i i.Kuo .".r'Inl&" -I"1.. Ih"rla$ ** . ...
here. Well sportsmen, where wildcatscan -* of the Churches.Vhitcv.-i the .. l'I.tTJI. l.t.t': & .
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an : i in the market/e are I t he made next week all are invited to attend .. .,:n. I ihc I'IO'.11: at !j m l of I'TCK \\ii.. .
appearance Professor will always have MEANS'SHOE.
be seen in broad daylight cojoyinIhcmsl'h'es s-iys. : a ;j-reai! WlU.tA-I; I I. Hfiiiii! : > i>'. 'A- $,i -4 IiIIlI'l'q eo ; ..
and IiI
n/sfrfraid!; of slarving now. and DKAKSCHU found encourage a good enterprise.N. weight bee \II"e of his Christian; charaeteHiid *-. ll.ir..r: 'rt1-'. | .
: where be ; \" :JIM'VANTI. ; >. .\ii ir.'sPenn.i. < a 'Jc '
this letter for S3
consequently is given -------- ----------------------- .
mittee J. Jnnpfl A Co. have moved their I II U mLHD; 'S., .
The attcntirtu 4>f the Street ( too. there indeed should be Paradise. 11"0
/ your "t' nlt Phil..ltlhia. '
the benefit of any of 0111 readers who m.-.y ", ::11'1;' L'l-ri- > 10 I. Mil .. -
is refp >tfuily, calld to the streeossing The Masonic Lodge, of this place, is the office since the fire tn the rooms in the be suffering; : .-i-':; 'b '.>. O. r'. X--S:. (.,.t-"r KriM | .. .. J ra.n 8 C.. .. .
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brick building over K. II, .Tones' store JACKSONVILLE. Janutry 18. IWs:;;*. -- .i.;. ,; ,: .il '.1 "'e!'ows .1. D.r f" ..
f over the railroad (Ill Mudisonre. AJitlJ"E receiver of a flue double-burner han lamp #...- : ., : .' t I.rother.- \ .J'I -Ilab. ..
Beck where they' will see all their old Mends\ i Swift Specific Co.. AII.IItG:\. : -.----.' :-'i--. _:.: ... ; ,_! 'it t..nrlJ. ff.IWEAT; .Iou..n Lrqs .
time and u'few cents maave: a as a present from Mr. T. our mer- ril al.olw s J" tl : -
;4 I and customers and all accounts now due, GE TI.KJTwo years ago this month .; t i ......\ \ . _
horse, or even Clre.T1.e chant. i I was attacked with rheumatism" in the .;, : cteGrard.The : 1.rrw" .'" .
areexpecte-l to be settled at .
The citizens of Lake View had the once. iI i back in Key West. I used plasters noel -- -- ._ -- -DE.\"En INI- MESi' :. J.Kem&C. _. .
: picnic: At Kingsley! on Viesday I .
pleasure of a visit fiom Mr. T. Talbott. of That Tired Feeling. various medicines vit hunt. cure$ till I I ::'>! DRY OOD9Ftncy t, '. .f

was not well attended but 1I.1lport. a Spring is here again and nearly every one 1 to Tamp whe..e. I him.ne.I i.mtiv scrimdS. .'. .,
Jacksonville who is interested in .
it be other there deeply S S three b.itiles which < -
time how of : '
good can ; ci.liulycured ,; '
feels and! exhausted. The
is certainly no better place for < the welfare of our new town. I blood weak, laden languid with impurities: wh'ch have : since. nip, and i have not hud ..h'ullntj.m II I; Kuttons;, :.ro.. ._ : dS H 0 ; '. ." ,.. .:

F. S.WHdernews. .
}It. Maxwdll Geiger son of < fellow been accumulating for mounths moves Yoirs tru'y, Boots ('nr.-pI. -r -.1.. tieS ."1 n.l .m.| |gi if IMS' 0 0 0
f tioes.1 S. >
0tb.4iOftI $ : orf
ra> bciftjr
citizen Noah Geiger. of Tavarcs been sluggishly through the veins the mind. I'rof. .J. BR\insr.KR.. .......". 1b..'t-. ". ....'v.*. "1...wh.. .I..i,1.. ..-
Florida' n"'i k ttw't. J.' '
I spending some time in city The season is good crops very fnii oats fails to think quickly! and the body is still Cl.enTlrhls\Voix! FANCY Grcceries hU""; : rU.huppri.a.a.oii1ssWfla ._ -
S. S. S. will surdcure .
visiting friends and relations. especially. Plenty of plums but peachesare slower to respond. Hood's Sarsaparilla is latin rhennruisin.. cancer (seiutul.-i ulanli: 111\-1 1 -.U"A\sIN S'lOI'K.- >' I I Ii i ..f BUY* <-f tit.iAK .x&si Hi ".1"1: isa ..d. .:a'- _. 0

I scarce. just what is needed. It is. in a peculiar; ev..ry other bloml lIi onl\'I'. ValiiaM- ,
and H. P.iribh
G. W. McKinnty Mr. A. S. Chalker of Middleburg, is sense, the id-a spring medicine. It purifies treatise on all hlo..1( I dUeos; mailed m iron --.-, -A-KINK:-s'rorK-(' -'- J. G. ALVAREZ.

have opened a first class meat ;irket in building a pole road leading west, to vitalize and enriches the bloo.l nukes applic-ilion to Swilt t>peciric Co.: REDWBADECUlrtlNGSTAIUIK .H .. :
the Hemingway block. Th three Drawl.r:3Ihwt: I (Gi.KOYS ) i .
run a log car on, which gives work to a : the head clear, creates an appetite, overcomes _
Slarke. I
markets: now in .
great many wen. : that tired feeling, and imparts new SEIiIRF". .fe... UK< KIVKU. .

We have at a great expens bli!:hed The Harris Brothers have purchased and vigor to the whole body. ,' 'l.ORIDA. ,
strength The I
( \TA..ur T" i is just what|, you all - - :.
the entire 2.1 ordinances of our, for the two ox teams and have gone to logging, va ii t. .
THE WONDERFUL IlK {.JNU PRO PKKTICS : !tit) "j i.:ic-s tt ti-U I' mid r"
benefit of our citizens there i lie no in the good old wu .. There is money in The Xcw; Improved( (Cnl.ipuil\ I or Pock: 1; : J'

OF DAItBTS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID IX CASK Gun r"qllin' no poclcr, no i':upN litii 'n.:. *..rviiie ; 'tY'iSfiij
possible excuse nov for any CD to got logging with an ox team if properly ,. i learnnorsvnu
OF ACCIDENTS NOT BDKNK8 SCALDS. CUTS !.)' finish ,I. durable: an.l, ran lie iind: I:, j bloomsake j'e puWislwr-t who i>rin5 1 h'jrn, ye h: nl OILY 'nul 0
into trouble. managed if not you will lose it pretty fast. III till- pocket US It Weighs Illllv 3 oUll"Vx of- \\hodstriLutf; them, .>:.all I i.e cut i 4 .

\\'ould1ihc to ask the They are having considerable fun gigingfish WOUNDS, ETC. Will .shout lidt or Inillct* \vitii :"IeleII'Iivand : \ not i hym aro-i-w-d, (Olnulit., th"n
Assessor Its prompt use will i.ivariably iei! ve 'vhm.us by th hail of Divine \vliii
foice, and wi'li a linle pr.u-iiie \>.i;,| < lale I IRON
in Kingsley Lake at night. Importance of purifying the blood cannot -
of lbS6 why the tax honk that in the I sweep the lowest p't; f pjrditl")
and! prevent Eryslpelis. Gangrene, or kill birds the '" ktitiousy I t
I winir. 'tin do\\n
on or ;
aspiiiir1 .
Lake View is looking up a little the be overestimated(without pure blood murdrEr of : I tall you, thou
S office of the court clek and tfce in the Proiht Flesh. Owing to the cleansing and I I from I the 'highest t tit-e. I I you cannot enjoy good health. of the muj escape in!UR this 'womb!, you ; -

possession of Ihe tax colleqdo not mill) is still running and several buildings purifying qualities of the Fluid the most Just lie liming) for ihe. he}'*, air! sine to At this season nearly every one needs a : ground l.at last under the hOlf.of: TONIC ;

correspond. and also why alb errors sire going up. obstinate Ulcers Boils Carbuncle"! and sell became I they reali/e 'i its vi liii'' :i" 'ii, ill !I i good medicine to purify, vitalize and enrich I II IVc rock c.lumtll and and yoan l thjMiItun.-Iw chainetl! 1 ,

Mr. Thorpe has moved out on his 6 acre as they see H. In lime ilIO'IIC'I"H: of the blood, and we ask to try Hood'sSarsapari'la. U t you "H 1a'
you 0
the bonk If thtter
are on ? can ,I spair clawn and thos':
Running Sores are rendered pure and bullets or shot pvbbh-x' in.irnlcs.. &('.. (S.,1.1 strengthens re that It your bul 5

be explained clearly our c<-!:rire! opel' farm. healthy and speedily cured, no:: other ap be rs-d c i.irsvsifitihe: I e'I.lrsc'r I th-: h.-ii ). j Pecull'ar ned builds np the system oveb i you inc-nt have you,destroyed an-1 to pour will' Letter come aron( ; .
Let us look more to our farmers and it is death to 'o .
the time h-is come wh-u Ihtoplo of plication being neccessary.' 2 sure to MI mows, rats aid :-uch-l creates an appetite and tones tho digestion I I e history. upon your head, anil &oL-o tt ral.!.;, '

Bradford demand HII t'xllult.: save our own hay pe.is.lo.its sugar potatoes like. i I II while It eradicates disease. The peculiar : of outcry of your piin anal the
It i is the best thiin.r O'it fur l.i\ideiinis! story damnation. "Go shaiwoundtbe 1 ha i 1. A
and can up lots of fruit for winteruse. That Tired Feeling I combination proportion, and preparationof : r
Mr. Abe Strickhn( I. of Kiy Lake : ns it will kill without .spoiling t liieiinc.. 1 tho remedies used of him that gocth on in his trespassei'Tho
keep cows and have milk, fatten our Afflicts neat 1) every one in the spring. and makes! no report. .\ buy ran have vegetable give tonood's rldc clock fctrikes niidyiiiRht. X f : 0
the first watenri of the Sarsaparilla ;
ripe pecul-
ieports TV .
meat at home in short live at home and The system having1 become accustomed to more' genuine pleasure 1111\ dl)' wi1!! I ih<- tar curative No V/* Itself rile 9wd bends over a Tsince. .The eyes f. I :
lie cannot i he powers.: The breath is quick; andlrresufar..
season. bring! ttvn as
: not depend ou the merchant so much. the bracing sir of winter; is weakened by Catapult; I than w itlu anything else. made! i iH.uuple other medicine has such record of wonderful .it, and ally the co'or: dashes intl the: cheek, .. '
has promised it to a nick lady we canreadily : : : by mail I ]i'ost"-p.iid' Ii a| onlv 40) o her .fl.
Mr. J. B. Fouts is going into the barrel the warm days of tha changing bebsrn.and cures. If you have: made tip yrur mind to .; dies out. The hands remble a
believe ii'; ('l" inMamps :) for 1.00' 12 Lr &:: 2AuMns. :' o Cs f
him. as it : ;, known : : : : : > guardian spirit: were raying to
buy Hood's Sarsararilla: ,Io be
Here best wishes for his rot Induced to than (
business. are readily yields to attacks of disease.Hood's UNION SUPPLY AOEXCV. I by deadly Look out of the pfcsp. Hot t -moaa.)
that he the ftaulon and I take
always brings; any other instead. It U: a PeculiarMedicine : thepast. "
is the P.i. She with shrill oce that dcooper's
success. Sarsaparilla just medicine Bex2Phil.ulelphmia. j laughs a .
the bcct, peaches that come i irurke. --- j. and Is w rty!: 3'"' ar crmfldcr:ce.Hood's ed than at its own toimrt. The s. '('t on her .
Mr. Beck, of Lake View, Isselling most I needed. It tones and builds up every pert The Union Supply PuiluMphia. S.trsa-v.rr.::: i>s-.MI I y: !11 '.rist _
:Mr. Orrin Strong who has Stopping of his goods as close to Starke prices as I of the body, and also expels all impurities : Prepared Ly C. I. Hood&Co., Li.vvtII,:llasa.; & : 'IIU CiIi i l>UI-C'I'Y. -
Pa., will send you muie gonds furl I
at the Kentucky House to* tbst few would be expected from the blood. Try it this season. 100 Doses Cno Dollar iA .b-: '
I less money than any other firm in the! t : H: '.\ \.U" H. a. TitiJiPills
months. left on Wednesday ling for Willie :Strickland: is working with Mr. :;
CoUnll '. : tn I1-3 1 ; : P.L.-rlv.
The Life of Henry Ward Beechcr. written ) -j ,
his home in Jamestown. Mi! Orrin Drew and has j use returned from Kings- I ; -
Jos. Jr. and Be sure and read the sidverMjenifntscarefully I G. P. I lie- Pa-tor <
by Howard published Young. pr .ui-!i : l
will be much miss!'.d by hs: ds, but ley and brought back 55 bri m and a big I I -
I by Hubbard Brothers o' Philadelphia is : then siiid trial order. You HAMPTON US'- $ .
: his iron horse will be past1! in our turtle. ...... .

streets till his return. Mr. IJ Wilson The time will come soon to whether a work which possesses the three prime will be more than satisfied.: .. -.ch Ni IjimlVday it It a. iu. aid Safur.iV -.&.,sad a asusI.s.,.

;. who the has bee! ri- say requisites of unpopular and model; biography ALL .'oltm: L.lkA k '. at Tt: () p in. IST.KKE t
by way got to a we shall have any whiskey sold in this CENTS.; ANTI-BIUOU8 IIa :
; it is accurate; it is interesting any PC
county or not. Lets hit it with a ring lltS grind offer is made to in .aC 0
_ I RuIaIaldMtple* .
c it is timely. \ lr"cillcl'l aciga/iji.rd disy! at I 11
> a m. pnd C.K;
"Can't eat a thing." HoodLrsaparil-: my ticket will say uo whiskey in Clay. ... goods into all lit.iS of t lIP ( '9nhl.et. =. 0 I
It i 11 an accurate reflection of thai0 ATJE and secure future !trade. q-- a&r %\ Go:: ) p m i I ,
la Is wonderful) im-dicine: R. T. I .
feaiing an "many-sided man"! of whom the author i \' ;.S; ; l send you eyer! : !ting in the '. : MAXVU.LE I .,- .".
appetite regulating digtstloid giving Tile Duty of State Lfld..alaretl. speaks feelingly in his preface. Takea fs1Jfin list t for only 30 (-t-t. i I.J) hird' Lord"-liv :il *l 1 a. m. and Fr.AT "- I .. I ",'0:

strength was. ; 250 AutllmphlhIlIU I and 'Tt' t'l Vcr 'J\ :
J. .
Legislation should be effected in precious jewel place it in the sunshine S litv bf'i- 'it : ) p. mn '
everj pelf. 10 1'iwes: Slifi-t Miioic. fi.t! M/C. :'(rj I A : I
For a few more days the :T.ORAPH.can State regulating the sale and use of the and each of its many polished sides is Notsiilew"rkdi" igns, 25 Otiliine P.ilinns.; 0 -. -. 0;Yo.. 0

I., be had for the small sunine dollar many poisons resorted to by women in their radiant with flashing li.:ht Mr. Howard 101 tJm}\-c Songs all the pnpnl.ir om.. :i.'ji; ) ._i as.I 1 r < ,':. I
a year in advance don't neglds liberal desperation to obtain beautiful complexions has simply taken this brilliant jewel. the I Kiddies and Conundrums. 100) Puzzle: P w a. L-it-, y<.!-**fam&7P I... I
offer the regular price is l.advance ,, while there exists in Jr. Harter'sIron manifold mind of a great man. placed it. Valuable Keliusi-s. M'riey-Mikin.'Clinr.idcs; nail.: S.-i-r Ellirntol".l.'i:I H. :l"IJrIUIL.II I. ('lk't'h! \? ,, : t4 t 4 1.* c' I in all u---'nsdl fliarIi.ci! ,tr.wM..fWifs 1. ; ;.f.this 5"d1 .

and $2.00 if_not paid in adv Tonic every requisite necessary to accomplish before the public in its true light and the; I las GJIIILof Fox and G.-e v, G nnof f "'.) [ : f ..LY VE 0 z.( "llli ;tlllt t'.i: -" 0
We matte the object without injuring the wonderful character stands. revealed in all Penny Morri.;;, $.)Oo III ( O..ft'il.r'le.Mon'l' : }'.s_ '-. Ijoi.i"- I iyit 11 .1. n.PH."vr.s ': 0
a a flying trip to Hey Lake )'. (fac.!\:mik). The lly-tf-iou.. Or.i 4 ._.. xtrsordiii ,i .iJi.r I.! Juin \. xI.] ;. {tilt l r. .. ,
or endangering life. its sin.ple beauty. The book is no fnl.1 { :!: MJKTIXGtMIi
week 6 ,
this miles east of Su This is cle and! 25 other name The 'i 1 ih IJi-ok: or 1" Ms I :! ,! : I...: 4.,
rtI./- I".ko
c one among the beautiful Lif Floridathe some eulogy. Perhaps its greatest va'ue i iis j Moses a Great l'.uioitv. DIM and: I>lIm" : 'KIDNE' UVnn Si! y H! _7-t::_) ; # I&c_ '. : t, '

people arc all The undersigned wish to return thier i due to the fact that much of its maui j AlplisilK-t compii-te. A :Mo' :el Love I.t-iii-r.I -' -- -- I .' i.
clever an l to-do in BOWELS. ,.. .t ii ;ll.iutl JoN >
AND I. % tb I LI 't i : r : .
thanks to the citizens of tarke. 77 Tricks in I''gu: and Lrnl..uiif. Tinlioyal 0 Y .
this worlds goods: and young lid is drawn from sources that were aceesaibie ,, -':- n Jj i. lt. i.;> Mnlw *- n." .
: are hiapp generouswe men attending schools for their manly i only to the great preacher himself, .1 Tablet of FatGn'de to IIMKFlirlnlion. remi i i AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR 4pi lU j,! r-'ufr'f. .".> f>l.:nlo |J A-," 0 0o' -- ;::..-e- -
ar" romised The .M "Titi.- 1.4 f. .. .
some veiterestingWe gi.fijian)! 1\\! inMake ; | r. :r's 00 Ie .rtiisrilp.
efforts to save our household g-xxls and and to the few who. like Mr. Howard, MalYL%, Bowel Complaints, '-i'll w411e <- s %"hi*'u t Ml .
articles from there. a G-Mome I Thl:11 liS G. '. ,' ,.. ,. .
: I;! ( Pjrcpepsia. Sick Headache, )u InrP of t it p.o1.au n"t- f t it ". ,\ \\ ", 1. ; ii -
.. store from the fire on :he 12th inst. were honored with his confidence and intimate of Fu.ta'.l..TI.lhl1g.! LlilllIlg I' of FO\M! i- i Constipation, BIlIousness, %- porfo. c ii nit t; .: .,..h.. 111 i h, II.II Il.lt g-. '..!. |I'1.1, Mi4H'of '.y;. 0 0

had a v !ry piesent cal I Wednesday Very respectfully frien1 hip. and Preeio: Stone;*. Tin "Lovt-- TI'.". Kidney Affections, Jaundles u1d' their i vr; ,.., ; ; : ..J..I.; i :.:..I! '-l.fi I.. !:!ji,. Kejl.i : k.,' .._I' 0

from Mrs. W. c. Lath MrsSmith }'red T. W. SWEAT & FAMILY. Mr. Howl&rtllets in the light upon the graph f:o.0il Pi,i/e Puzzle. lainiuu: (*n>. Mental Depression, mew' T *j in ..: "' :,; i j.uf....il.' ;.r :e:! ,:I. ,sn'l l ._:-';' ;

: ; ()fl Kingsley. The I Puzz e. Gnat Si.ir Puzzle.: Cliiu-v:, !liii-! ;kPuz.le. Ij t 0 P kj ifl.il w. 'ii r I I ., 1&: ,1 I |' ..L\ ':u,:. J Ju. I '_ \\ ". ..._
eg madeSmith great divine's inner life by permitting I Tin- : i ogle Cry:'r.i1.! P.-\ /llIIdlCCharnlln ) -, e Uiv-to- ( k: w.'*,.- I .I'l', .. i iv."I') ;,it t 'bUt. n i. ..

S quite a iiUmberofpUrchase: "'-, ; NOTICE. him to speak for himself through countless -r. Tin Seven Wriuiirs. cf I iii(? 'I BEST FAMILYMO.'TMo 0 rlvttF I I-- '." ni.ii .,.> ;nt nntf- :a-J.; .. 0.. 0 0 ,

is preparing furs trip to L'tj.) I home On account of my recent loss in the little anecdotes and reminiscences. j I. World. 4.J' e I.' J.in 1:1. 1'fl 0 .

in Muss.Messrs.. !i TaM! $.11111 of ;uO; burning of my house and household goods, and through many of Ibe gifted Prech1frspersonal : Entire Colleft.ou I Household Shonl&f! v l : ( \Iuuso
as above l'IIIII1!! 1':1:1'1. 11ii to L l ':-. ;

I G"ardine7 & fAve ',their I am obliged to call on my friends and letters which have never: been This i1\ .iti\i-ly' lime GUA.NDEST: i.-4' I and,by being kept ready ? : Iti"im'i'i -'' II) : 1IS7 :- \\a. 4t.? ..; 0priiI2.

new.pamphlets[ ready for customers to settle their accounts now p IbJi&hcJ hitherto. The advantages j i FEUi-vir mad.- by IIIIfirm j a>id :.Il "i... Wfflsaernhor7 dollar s'ur liv. r i.iii'i nh 1l.t a iin. i- .
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dition many uzaeTHERE .
it is which the jf.ui: In lake Hiiv.ini.i-feof: 'of it MI j ill)] ini>< i I...fI .!. iIt-rILz..;, bnih .T.- ----- -----
real due at has
a beauty well describing i me once. biographer enjoyed from j i .. of ... 13SfflMOHHJVERRE Bu.. .. l, '4
county I ( iianc-e a Li'Viii-ie.I .\11<1.. T L N I \nn : hi-iilu-Imr.. ft-il Inti uI :m I -
i4ssrranged knavery tJ T. W. SWKAT. having grown up in Mr. Bei-dher's near ION SUPPLY, ... I l'tt Ie,' I .. 'Ii.. Ir .- 0-o. 0 <.
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r.% I' Thiujrcme Court of THE WESTERN BOOM. POPULAB, : Russia's wheat crop of 1886 reported Aretho.3wocou fortufl&4h035 1410 ae. ,

JDTBRtUING KATES.stnft has rendered I SCIC at 198,185,000 bushels, against 177,753300 ,- always looking out for ani Inve.t'pt I !.1e RR Rea -1:
a ; ,Mo., Still LeadUffAU Competl of that HendJOr an
A"compound ,of common salt, alum, bushels but the quality opportunity eSSud
.la Real Estate Deal.aid the Ac* I- in-188 die a to &Co' *
oleomargarine law passed at the r 'I sodais fall >*rt Ionia 'abut I l Iif
of successfully J
d tungstate the 1386 r. mall
*. Substantial Enterprise. soluble glass crop. i hey will you do-while'JivI at IIU
7W g sion of Congress constitutional. most noticeable real estate activity used in Austria and Switzerlandfor work thatjoacan lccitel. and earn frem*-I 0 -- I IJitEs ad_._

_ ; ncy.Gcncral Garland had to, prevail at St. Joseph, Mo., the extinction of fires. '. r. \\Y aciden'ty overheard the following dialogue |wh 25 rvrJ'u antf are *"\ 'freeB9th,(, llOt sexes.quired. Ie. $E WOKKT PA IXH In fvs .' ,<\.

4 t ?%;ZI.4w) .4* r -' .- % his opinion sustaining the a'correspondent. of a Eastern ppr./| prelmnar.test.have shown that iron Joneg. Smith, why yesterday don't yo stop that-- dto- Alleges.. You Someliave are started earned.. over *[i a to .aUrra4IegfbIensrdnny.50 tltr minuteNet ElL.lTiI' l"AIN.eDe h., -.'.\,

_ p4.atSa booses and of electric I .ting hawking and "K la pII' r.,
tad fin cents for ity of the law.Fanner other a'strong SIIW single day. All
How I? kn- TV I am a mar-
,i ; tEj__. 4qtI IR.: it was increasedfully SW. can L !
; 4& -- AdTettliemenU among them, the .L To ity was passing tugh : Womanhood'To COMPLAINTS
upon tppU- and duc catarrh. I had the disease In Its worst
one-half strength J. .
.1: -,'. .. T'j _. Keith of Runnels Work a going i a lively u tenie for a am well now. : Itwflltn w moments when taken 1CCfdJnatiirl'C'tloo' i ;
; the] chief evidences of the tility.M. did do for it? I'C1 'ramp" HPlUimlt sour 8tomaeh "

.,-.w .'.'.SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Tcxa, is.notcd for his big of the city being the granting of a Lcomb a Frenchman, has succeeded .S. nei Dr.you Sato's Catarrh'.Remey.. I muck effort cannot b made touring HeartbnnDiarrhoea, ck"Kcntery> Ile4dwiic(oit.! .,, Wind Summer In tW Compis Bowe >.,'

: "" _. One rear...... _............ .......$1 60 said to be five feet four inches of Kamis City long-distance photo- cured me and It will cure you It. and allot internal rams. .-
,4-t IU mooths..._........4.....:,... 'ill t a syndicate of & I've hear of it, and I'll try to attention of suffering 1;
; pk All mbKripUona muM be ptd Invariably In ad twenty-one inches wide in its for the construction of a ex graphs by fixing a telescope in front j. Do s.' find i at a the dreg storesIn cf Lydia E Pinh''S Vettble MALARIA ITS VARIOUS FORMS CURED

i Unce.' He oiicrt nmailon in favor of anybody., p .d*_ v; -.* promises usefulness to tourists and other A NZW railroad in Mexic uses steel tcs. a wife of General There v t a remedial agent la tht world that
at and cost $300,009.
Comirmirtettlooi ttpon all mattera"of loci Inter- its owner, a prosperous sheep once, t which it I, said, till 4 years. women Bach an one i the will cure r and Ague and all other J\J larlOIa.
rat aolicltod fron alfparu of the county.. _, b however i in the show amateurs. ot Winston, N. C., and we quotefrom Bilious an ,ther feve!.*\af\V A Y.A
evenc G. ni. D. ,
; 41t very proud of it. closed weak Dr.Guillassce of the French navy in a Banger follows: "Dear I'Jlil.i', aulck aa KAD\VA\.S READY.ay .
''beneJ.fti'Di'e ,--j. : atu i one i Wnlklnsr down Broadway is very pleasant General's letter a

_ 4- ;- .,-' -. --- -. --- ___t.:-__f' --- : W. A. P. McDonald bought 99 paper on typhoid fever, says: ."Coffee when you feel wcl. und T- Knever felt Mrs. Pinkham: allow me t add my It- R.R. pnrai the patient Rplzwl with Ma -'
: UNITED STATES- The latest religious sect in Eastern Extension for He has given us unhoped-for satisfaction; better than friend asked him how he PW medicinal Jorin. but 'oplu, expo'-se tr> the JIalarlal! cn"wlH I
OFFICERS- i $10.5. I got rid of that severe cough of Irs so peedlv."Ah. testimony excellent ever rnliiT takn 'O. r .'{<> clropiioriuady
$ sxiiis:: been founded on the dogma 54 of them for $10.70. and sold after having dispensed it, we find, to our boy" said T-. "G. M. D. did It!'' of t Vegetable Compound. Mrs. Belief ". und eat. nay a cracker,before going
I friend G.M.D.meant. qualities your out they >rt-'ent auackn.
; ,, lion. Cha W.Jones,Po.atoIL. '. sin to let a fellow member suffer bac at a advance of $30 per foot great surprise, that its action is as promptas And He knew his it did wondered net mean what a Good Many Doc- Barringer was treated for s\era yer for I It: hista relieves| and.soon rnros Cold*. Sore! -
Hon. Wilkmion Call.Jackjonv. it is decisive. No sooner have our dozen In vain. and Throat.r iltirf.Klearlsy stilt Xcclt. all Cont'ommaUons -
Nave and J. S. Britton I had tried a
tyrdom of disease. S tots fr TK- what the physician called Lucorrh'.a tlon and ;wlietlicr of the Lungs Kid- 41
: aE1'BUDY.'I'ITI: 1 a lot in Pateo's addition for' patients taken a few tablespoons of it than "I have I" said he, jut hitting the nail on the to ncs'rL'a! ". "1',

J1'Irat District-Hon. R. H. M. Davidson, Qulncyfccond anybody falls sick, one of the their features become relaxed, and they head, '' mean Dr. Perce's Oolden Medical Prolapsus Uteri combine
DIatr1ct-Hcm. Charles Port and sold for $3,000'in four dys. \ Discovery,' or God! ) as my Richmond. Va., where she remained for six BILE NEURALGIA, :
1 Uongherty, to him and chokes him H. Constable bought lot 2, come to their senses. The next day friend J- S- always dubs It'1 Sold b
blok ) emuwnt ,
Orillrei goes the treatment of an nea-iache 'th.ch'.\V akner."or rain In the Back 'fl
.,, tr. CIaCVlI'COW: '. The commissioned fop Joseph Extension for $300, and sold improvement is such that we are temptedto drngg :i' months under benefit Chest or L -*by one application.f ;:

Fifth! Jrtldal Ctraalt- W. B. Woods, Atlanta person $550. J. S. Blcl"dcr. of Chcgo. I look upon coffee as a specific against THERE have ben in all 207 Popes c the physician without any permanent an'1afer Jlty ce >.cr bolllc. Sold bydrugghist,,. i it" 1

,Qa., Supreme Court Justice, aislfned.Hon. clad in red clothes; and is kno\yn eighty fet. cmer typhoid fever. Church of _. She was induced to try your medicine, '

) IXNt'A.. Pardfe,New Orleans, La.,Circuit. red death." and Sylvanio, for $1.0. ad ha "Favonta I'rescrlption" is the reasonable time commenced, to improve l
;' Judge. Unfortunately, for it and The vibrations of even severe earth- Dr. Tierce's a

::44 r o .., M. CUI Jacksonville U. & Attorney Confine their delicate att ofere it nearly J. M.. Hill paid $7.000 for quakes, Professor G. II. Darwin, are debilitate 1 woman's best rt.torath'e tonic. and is now able to attn:t her business r. .RADWAY'SRESOLVEHT ,

:.b' .era DUUict.- of Second and Francis, says THE summit of Mont was first considers herself fully reUer.eil.n
'. .' \. C. Bird.Marshal JCor.hcrn: District.PhUlp members of the sect alone but, ha since refused $ C. W. Brown very short. Brick and stone chimneyswill reached by Saussure, August Banc 2 and of tho SAilS LIH 1 .
18,0. is the proprietor
Walter.JackronTillr, U. C. Wilton Talla- of General
4'S be shattered by one of a quarter [ Barringer
bllfl' F.C. Pent acola Clerks Korth- by a broad charity, seek to two lots on St ( avenue for $1- Bronchitis is cured by frequent small dosesof and is
I Humphreys N.
Hotel Winston Great Blood Purifier
for inch. As rule the disturbance American Tl ;
and sold in six $ a \
.. era District. whoever days .O. Joh an Piso's Cure for Consumption._ __ _.. _._ ......... .
peculiar way anyone, Eastern .....e. ..Hn"..." '. ..,. ._ n".5.
two lots in -
bought ; originates from one and a to seven widely known.] __ I or run flI 5; u. -'
tic! ( npUnti.! ;. Consumption. OUnlir -

,,"". t p', _Jackon.".L_>_1llc_. ,.f.ret.._ .Monday._..__ ._in"Poet_" 'd'.,mbcr.__ be, who has the misfortune to $600; i thirty been days resold he sold for for 120.$900).; mie below the surface, very rarely 7ra I ..Jli"t* Sy flintier.: 'ri.Chrorl and LIver Ilaeu'natUm.Co.npUlati.Eryjip-Ojt-
Jp_. 'i aiHuiaccce, lIr1t Earthquakes occur on Kl!np
nOII-l111 reuruarj.Pcnracola '
fird in March. -- --- -- Tyler bought a lot in Eastern Ex- greater depth. MASON <>li.: A' 'rt of the I.uzis and Tiiroac. puruii
) ; ,. .b .. ; Monday That hostile and expensive for $135 and sold t Hubbr for steeply and are most frequent HAMO Blood .t.nu:hatlt! : an vljoa.:
; : .. v.>. JMBTBICT couBT-Jfotthcrc: District: who has since been oferei 0. L in winter, when the changes in Sol Jrngd..I. $1 per Bottle.
Hon.Tbos. Set'le, Jackfcnville Jn
: K. .. ('811.! Oackfonvllle It. S. Attorney. ordinarily demoniacal lately. addition for $700. In three days pressure 10
.: W. C. Llrd.Jackonvlllc. Martini. he was offered and since then moon, also, probably has some influence. EXTRACTfIvx. PILLS
-. Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Cit-rk, Eatti-rn 1)1- March his ravages in this country He bought $1.0. in Robidoux The weight of the air and of the tides STYLES t,

; + vl-on.!. S of for < fou sold lot. and act the situation as a trigger upona OF EASY The ( t LiV3f anJ Soiui Ram)JI
1 I) C.\VilonTaiahMsee.: Clerk Middle Dirislon. up to a total $10,450,000, $4.00; $6.0. upon 0
' K C. Ilnrnpareys, Penrucola (Clerk Western DI. purchaser Ild for $8,000. N. gun. The internal heat of the earthis ORGANS I HIRE For he C' f all disorder(.r the St.raoh..IJ"if.
r vltion. about $3OOOOOO, more thin the Brewster' bought three lots for JJoweln.K ',". Id"r.Sev.' .]i.e-w-js, r'emal -
$11 doubtless the moving and the S'STEMT 'i-i-i of API'e>tit<-. .>lach0. Conxtlpa-
C:1se. t oii' >laii I
TERMS: sold for $1,150 in three days: $22. |
losses for that month.
Thjs "M, lijeition. HUwu"nC.'C. Ferer.
t'oii. CMmenta
of the surfaceits
I, E !tern DirlfIon-Jacksonville, first Monday In days they were resold for $1.40. D. gradual uneven shrinkage vvnt Infll\mmn of the B-'..TJ'S' PiHi and all deranx
rJ Dec mber.l' fact may be accounted for, bought six lots St. manifestatipn.; of ttaininz ,lternal Yi" 9ra. H"ur-lvveKtab'.econrcnry. : -
.J # 1-:... Middle DirUlon-Tallahausee, firrt Monday In for $ and sold the next day $900. $7.50 n' .minonn or deleterious drnji.DrCOTinU .
l' '. .... February. the uncommonly bad weather : The extreme delicacy of the sense of will accomplished
t $750 threa others :for $ -
: i' .,.. \\Vnern Dl"lalon-Pen.aco1a. first Monday in acterized the month all over the resold;in three weeks for $1,000, J smel in man has been shown by a series Send for I.aCatlOc. PEBFBwa by taking one of Ka-t -
: March. XAtkT :'.PU ,'ry niornla about W o'clock as a Uln-
'. of the publishers of Hoye's Direc interesting experiments by :Messrs. ,
'. Intense cold penetrating : ncr),111. o doing
E 0.H : STATE OFFICERS. speaking of the Western cities and the Fisher and Penzoldt. In an empty room : 4 pp.,-1. Qt.RTER7RE.

I F; : .. '. : ; Governor-Edward A. Prrr).Tallahassee. huge banks of snow compelled a bm. writes a follows of St. of some two hundred and thirty cubic VP. SI EC HEADACHE,
;- Atiornej-Genertl r. Cooper, 'J'sJInhnmee. has just issued the Di '
will le
and iuiIousnra- avoided.
''4 .. Sbcrjtary of State-John L Crawford Tallahassee of heating appliances, for IbS": "Not only has St Joseph metres capacity, and tightly closed, a PIANOSThe ai.il Dy..prpRI.the f, it hut 5-tomach.is eaten conlrbutelllls! nourishing

.- causes operated to make the ta in population at a most satisfac small quantity of the particular substanceto .-' V. IMPROVED UPRIGHT .n'I't'llil time sup (-rt cf the natural waste of ,
) '. Comptroller D. Harn.ip. Tallnhastco.f there being an increase in one be detected mixed new mode of piano con@trction inventedby thi. huolv .
: .! ..- .. .4 fTrea -. 8. Crill,Tallahassee. tling with fire a very trying one. rat. was thoroughly I 0ts- ''the followjns symrtom r altngfrom
-, Adjnta"t-Genelal-Ua\'ld l Lang Tallahassee.Commissioner 5.86. while the total population in with the air and the ad.. I Aa@on.Hamlin in 1&has ben fully proved, ,list-aaseeI \LJlcI'RllveOrant.'onRtlptllonIDward 1
... : Lands aud Immigration L. .-- .-. is shown to b(.O but many excellent experts: pronouncing the"great '., Ful: t of the Vntl In the Head.Acidity ol '
, '- . Mitchell, Tallftlvarscc.Saperintendent has undergone a spirited that mitted. Among the different substances This etanlcrd preparation ba? by Us peculiar I the M'lin.. Nniitei. IJeartmirn. DIR ust of .
f- The French Government has est Improvement made in of the the Stomsvh Sour Eructations
which tested in this it wits Public Instructions-A.J. Rnl.f the outstripping of all competition. were manner, merit and Its wonderful cures won tho o cftm. of the Heart.ChoCln or huffo- -
f ,0..' ,sell, Tailalissree. ceeded in obtaining leave from years ago the city had scarcely a dozen found that the very smallest amount recognizable of the peop'e an 1 la to-day the most populaNr For full information, send for rating.et Sr.kln; ?0 itttrlnK"I'll when in a lylncr posture Uimneraol

't'l, ; .: : coiptoncrorzmlratIon-A. A. Robinson, whereas the year 87 finds .01 of of mer- > \IOI purifier and gpring: medlelfle MASON & HAULIN ORGAN AND PIAlTO CO. VLlIID.I"bs bt-t.ire the S.ght.Feveranil Dell
''I .: .: TsIlahice.S Government to search at was milligram) 1'jli in th 'ad -ncen: T of } J.jrntion.'eUoy
mind to
-'f;" : ". ,. eiTHZXE COURT. mains of the temple! which ,some the 170 largest of all stockyards kinds with wo.t thirtl captan. This quantity diffused: throughthe buy Hco l'" Sareaparllla m I you have do made not be up Induced your to take BOSTON,154 Trtamt:t EE*TCK.i6 lit.U&St. r?$I.tJf1h..wl,11 Hand EyC'.1-'ain of Host Burning In tbeSMe.CbefitIJniUlushes In the F esh.

t'tw :: "Chief Justice-Ceo. G.-McWhorter. Talllh .ee. sufficed to make its distinctive anA IMl.l.s wll fret,
some thirteen of streets, room other. Be sure to get Sar few aI KAUU'A\'r
'..- Associate.'.tlce.-Geo. P. Haney Tallahassee; It supposed >
. R. H.10 Valkenbnrgh,Jacksonville.rroiJC with asphaltum, many miles character appreciable in the small volumeof Is peculiar to itwlt. I 1
: treasures buried in the ground. under cntme.with the electric motor air coming in contact with the nervesof hoods Sarsipar.lla sold by dnl ll t" SI; MX for HENRY WARD BEECHERby 2 pit*per box. Sold by all drnzzlit
,,! ; >-U. S.Lands. to be operation on two of the (' C. 1.HOOD 4 .,Lowell, I ei ter stamp to D R. HA D\VA Y *
. to which 01' the from which it estimatedthat $:: Prepared by Ma Street, Jiew "eric, totdvke. -*
was no sanctuary so nose, was K "x. An Aathauli en I Coiipleta Hlst:ry ( Warreu
Land office Galnesyille C. Tucker Register. and the cable line an assured fact, and TRO
: : One DollarcOCKLE' ( the ; OjUrll. .
IOO Doses of e and Wcr t.i. to
'". .. ;. STATE LAKDS. able presents were made ''as to enterprises springing up daily on every the 1,400,000,000partof a milligram bl L." IU la I.ro" U).'T'r\I.IK IA ln\8:.' p:- rrHPn'l':E TO <;ET It.\HU'yo 4.
.. .. ? for real estate hs of this substance was recornizable'an ill.Hv! 1\.t"I": .n, Rko wil'I. DH nc"no ndran t> -- -
..' Land office Tallahassee L. Mitchell, Com- one, and next to that of fur fir 'and ftn Iilrs TrriM. S--U(1 'or circular. :: 1
steady and active. For the past ) infinitesimal S AilrfniwHlkiroB rm. (0.. Hartford.
iniuioner. (31 quantity, passing conception C.nn
.: '. _______
the most important in Greece. has led almost continually tl e
"t Joseph
but-which science declares to be a fact.
; COUNTY OFFICERS. cities of the United States in bank ANTIBILIOUSPILLS O.LAv
of centuries the
,.. '. (onnty Jud e- J. K. Richard. long course the pr cnt of increase over' HES WHERE ALL USE ..---.
.i.. ; I .' Clerk of Circuit Court-II. F. York. been disturbed. Comte de reaching 140.7 and up to Celluloid.The Be ugh Syrup. TaMes Pood. Use
; Sheriff-If. W. Epperson. maintaining a average of almost KK. PERGHERQN HORSES. time. hydrnggl'ta.
is an enthusiastic lover classic to Dec. ai 1S8(; St THE GREAT ENGLISH BEMEDY! SoS
1i' Tax A.cePBor-\C. Wainwright. Joseph's job Iron Aye gives an account, prepared --

i0.0.. .. Tax Collector-B. lIaYllee.'iI and an archaeologist, began hous did a busno- $110,530- _by Prof. of. the University For Bile. Indigestion, etc. Fw from Mercury 200 Imported Irooa] ,3larcs
of Schools-It. T. Dowling. ) Sadter Lver.
, iFnperintenacnt showing an business of .
inen8 l'iirs> Vegetable Ingr'vllrnta.Agent .
f i. .", q County Snrveyor-John P. Pratt. Minister at Athens, ( over that of lMi: of A of Pennsylvania, the development : C. N. ClllTTEXTOXt only New York.ELY'S Choicest Famines.LARGE 1HORSES.L

:.,, McKlnney County ,Coramisslone M.U. Beiocley I-L., John Wttkorski S. Andres G. and W. have ended successfully by )r. indication of the increasing$2-,11.02.businc and method of the manufacture of cel NUMBERS, .
a be in the fact that St. All Ages.both Sexes,
M, V. tmlth.g sought Joseph luloid. Alexander Parkes an Englishman
-w. ;
in .
tholon. lIe had a keen rival CATARRH .
employs a force of commercial travelers! IN STOCK. W. Va.
A, ,
i f. .: CITY. OFFICERS.Mayor invented this remarkable substance in }

ican rcprescntivc at Athens Joseph 1,013 more men.than any other West 18:3: but after twelve years quit makingit CREAMBALM ___ L Nov. 17 1886. j j.ecently
KI .
: ""}. Mar.bil-_T.K.A.I).Knht.\ValU! is now an American as well as twn. offers the best inducements to because of difficulties in manipulation, I bought a

'i.i .. .ork-n. I* Spakmin.i. school. : l capital t:commence a innnu- although he made a fine display at the 7 tra,rvrrd the 2174 CIJRCeCOD y g horse. He was !
4 4 before
Tranrcr. U.Jnutn.fltvAttorueyJ. hmnP. nnH tn infvVinnuws uml
; -- -- '-'-- -'--- Paris Exposition of 1867. Daniel Spill with Pneu-
j; '. ". \Vil! ) :;ani build de rreonil lottle of Kly'i e ; very ill
; AMormen_John C. Itich rd. .T. M. Trnby Tate The New York Commercial t fde1p 'rm also of England began experiments two Cream BClm; iras tjehaustnl. fTa II tIn. I tried to think

; Powell,J. M. John. D. L. Alvarez.: sounds this note of warning in years after Parkes, but a patent of his I 1(1t troubled RAYFEVER I to relieveh

irith rlironie catarrh
-- for the nitrated wood-fibre
----- ------ dissolving or I _
Mns. JOSEPH that scourge of scourges- HOrSEHOLDMATIER& "pyoxyline" in alcohol and gathering I il kijca545 [ Concluded what
CARET wife of the camphor was gi'
head, tli/lculy in
; prevalence of cholera in South decided by Judge Blatchford in a suit I vrjj good for man would
.. delegate from Wyoming Territory has I breathing and discharge _ _
subjects us in this country to against the Celluloid Manufactur from my earn.C.J. 11: | ood for the horse. ,
the A Presidential Breakfast. brough _ I
d distinction of voted
having _
.:;. pro serious danger than the Company to be valueless. No further Cir6in.92S Chestnut 8" S( got a bottle of Piso'sand ,
. for her husband. She laughs to scorn dish for the White House made until the Bros St., J'Ai/n. I 300 to 400 imrOKTED ANNUALLY
was Hyatt him .balft
'. demics of the last two or three stUl1lg progress from lnnt.an recorded with extended p (litfee sn the C gave -
the idea that which was inaugurated by of N. Y. discovered that }' Books The Percheron isthe .rt "
suffrage unsexes a woman. Albany ,
gum Into t-a-h uostrlf aml'ii D stud book thnt ban tha oftril through 1he nos-
HAY"FEVE breed ot France po ?es ingr a ,
had the for
When Wade asked her at done. We sea a Grant, and of which he was camphor, when finely divided, mixed agreeable. 1'rica 60 c R.il ITL nprK>rt and endorsement of tho French Got rent
Hampton an fore ana the length of the fond, and which is relished with the nitrated fibre and then heated )rin"t-t*: by null nxlxtorttt. fO etq. Circular; Send for 120.p g('atI101Ie. mustmtlon Ro I This hclped'him,
fret- ELY URUTHEBS, DuIta Owego. N.Y. Boaeu. M. W. DUNHAM
I evening party if the wives didn't vote ar I continued givingsa
(' Cleveland is breakfast ba
suflicient show whether not is a perfect solvent giving a
to or .i'J Wayne, DuPago Co.. Illinois.; .*
lust their husbands instructed her black When and fried apples. The method of ous and plastic: mass. (homogrnC-1 95MEDALS.AWARDEO.TD.B : b doses night and -

eyes snapped merrily as she replied: vcsst-ls were infected. the bacon and apples is to cut of 1870 and 187 arc substantially identical DR.HAIR'SASTHMA m tiing until .::1 had .

.. "Indeed we do not. The first.time comes north through Mexico strip from a moderately lean piece with now in use in England.In sa us 1 two bottles. The

>;i .... hu4>and ran for office I voted against my have no such protection, and the 'el cured bacon of the best quality France, there is only one factory, and hob has become perk -
fry until brown and Take .
nance: of an efficient quarantine I crisp. a there is none elsewhere on the continent, Cnrei Flenrlsj, sound. I' can ,.recoanend ,
: -,: him;and my mother supported him. or more tart hard nl oluieiy: ; curo'l teim of Iii u [
apples 1.L
green in Hanover been
whole length of the Rio Grande one having given up on B 1be"maU.m,.. LDUb& la C U R E ..n.'". The only Asthn'.al'urean I Piso's Cure forth
i The next time we both opposed him. preferred; peal and slice into account of the explosive nature of the _ t Weakao..CI'sl.tbe TreatUH "nu.vn t<> thE"1e1. -
exceedingly difficult. It will be ; fry in some of the fat of the Ch.t .0.1..b. ,4.lhln. world tat wll..I iHMitlvcly i> rmlu'ntycur.1!I-I <|jiorse as well as for
In each stuff. In this cellulose is
; case we thought the other man country, pure inn and liny fever. ll'luc.tun"be'ul"I'e!
.. .' of wi;dom alike in individuals they arc well browned. a will be f011:111 in pa;( mot
: unti obtained from makers l'iM
tronld make the better officer. Moreover I commonly paper J Ie. h. "'. II ;'t W. 4tli St..Ulochn.lll,O.
i I muuicipal authorities to repeat : mass on a flat dish over a in the form of tissue paper, in wide rolls; Dow.*cf Imitation! uiderihnlUr I N. S. J. STRIDBR.
the conferring of this power upon with a fork lay the strips of '
cautions of former to aOl this, after being nitrated by a bath of oundtigD.mi.. Asic voaBuiow' JONESJ5PAVStheFR
years, "a TAka r .
women' has a good moral effort, especially -I comparatively dry upright around mixed nitric and sulphuric acids, is thor- .
lute cleanliness and to look -
fried applies. The fat strains from
upon those tfhose husbands oughly washed and partially dried. F ELCHT
after the water "' apples and bacon. The apples are AI1.TH'BSi.lH.rU&RO."I cils WHERE ALLELSE I FAILS.
H .
Ton Nralen.Troo
: : ere politicians. You may believe that relieved from the cxcesssivc richness Camphor is then added, and the whole is l.r.ir..Wagon Sucl i4earti. 1raijr,4 Best( mh $yru Tmtes rood. Use
ground together and thoroughly mixed.At e Beam anil Strain Box ...1'S60" ite. So.lhydrngists.
where every woman is permitted to The indications all point to bacon juice. this ,. .
stage coloring matter may be put S .,.
tote the wives of the politicians are increase in the population of this in. A lUe alcohol increases the plasticity & KTCTT; Blie thi Scalp.. pare For? .fr-nd c m11r pr se_*li*.Smerlion t

:.. very chary about unduly) criticising The by European emigration. Not Warning to Housekeepers. of mass, which is then treated for SPARKS FROM THE RAILS. jr niNJUA.MTO JGKES OF BKBHJhlTQK>ft N. YSI ,. W. ITOOUGLASron :

I other women. To do so means the seven years has there been so writer in the Xcw York EianrjcUxt some time to a powerful hydraulic pres --000-- REWARD - -

creation of enemies for your husband triTif1jhrii'rn"T"! .. ; the following warning to house- sure. Then comes breaking up the cakes I lur. *.Q} nia-umc aull.ns endc Jg* THEWCTOa SH 0 E1 ,- --
ers: "I wish I could to and feeding the fragments between heated \Vbnt the EmploJee. of the Central-Bod aninj tl I..r mnrkrl tu faacb I. $3 '
f' who proclaim '
: ,.. can work him a great injury if one who does not already know rolls by which the amalgamation of thc lon Rnirold to Say about Dr. cereiuobjy u the v",, 1 baswi, Th. best SJbhoa in thu 'i

they choose. It is a powerful check ta i whole is Its l'.ree Remedy. -.s v 1122 world. Ife-t iWcrkatsyLL5Lm.
.v' ; ng that perhaps most everyone completed. perfect plasticity VICTORDOUBLE .. perfect fit;C' np-33,Button

: UPOn the tongue I assure you." ha: myself always knew, namely That allows it to be rolled into sheets, drawn Rochester, May 28, 1886. mHULLER. or Lanea1LstViUtoe.E'uaiS' ; J 1
: O EII".troW any $- or $t e. (A'SI* .
into tubes or molded into desired Pardte Medicine Co:
i shTj Tease or oil will melt lead, will un- any Ica'hr nothimgtneaeth'TmL ,

., "', SOME. boys in Bichmonti Va., had r any soldered dish or vessel. I have shape. _ _ GENTS:-I desire t express to you some mailed rroe. -i -r' -. at inforiuatloii your sle.ter! ffte a41 sum I

/ fun with the other r learned this to and thing of my feelings of gratitude for what F.W.\RJ .. D'T.. lmowt.shtmo: tse C.,
a sparrow day. / my great clanger .UIU E co.CellII.O.5.> Jlo. .U."I0.. celebrate I>: lles 4bk

l Upon a pigeon-box in the yard was affixed anger of my home. Young. house- A Profitable Voyage.The your remedy h done for me. For fifteen U your dealer! ,,

ers, beware! I, being a 'young years I hare suffered greatly with neuralgia. not
a looking-glass. The male old-time sea captains of Boston ke i .. spar- of eke
row would get as mad as possible at earn,' and, as not to know the latest them eminent for death would have been a welcome relief. It Best Consh Synip. Tastes Rf>o were business as well as In time. Soul l drucsrista. DOIGI t 5' ,_ '
\ .. his reflection in the mirror, and fight it : ev2; ; I have learned maybe the death and nautical qualities. Captain DC Wolf affected my eyes t such an extent that for a I >v 8S.5;) Shoa rTta.it M SIi-ci advertise-l by other 13e-
flrm Bov ill fsrn'.L.l>nnrtas'S! ?SIMM-
't' furiously by the hour flying repeatedly uction to the unknowing I hereby who died in Dorchester a few years sinceat time I was totally blind and gave up all I wire nffrkn 1. Jfon.r gnmini nnltss name and prict

so violently against the glass ns to all not to heat fat or oi in any tiny the age of 92, was a member of the hop recovery, no treatment I could pro, The- (-: are nfinnatnmoetiIV.. I.. DOUGLAS- ,f1aoe.Brockton. Mail.F ._
soldered dish. I it and had MfiOCV rre!ponilent. nn S-PHI.J*
knock himself backward in the air noted De Wolf family of Bristol, R I., cure affording me even temporary relief. I innllill I I paper, ilcrotrd to marrlae.cunt.iutnhoiit
'qaEEJ }od of grease and fire. I escaped and made in 1804 a remarkable have used Dr. Parde's Rheumatic Remedy ' a.. from whence he would return with'increased only a terrible very voy- :- n'lvertl-iinR. Mullrd I niontliHror 1()' .
'4 smoke a slight bur age to the Northwest coast in the ship for several months and to-day I am as well i ilvi-r. Addrt-sa '' rurrpsrom.'pnt.I'ln-.vi.niitl.: .a. .those vltll

violence and vim until ho a great job of cleaning up. One : Juno, a craft of 220 tons burden. Here and as free from all neuralgic pains when WILLIAMS" !l tur In Haf Tra< -"lartr.um's .
would have to rest with his wings L g will more-explode- and never! It will forget it did.it: took Soap- after a profitable barter trade with the a boy. P1LESHIt., Pile Ointment _ P..a.'OD.1ble- Own,0101"10 InM1J.V8OWN

: : : dragging, his month open and his! : capstone out of its dry; and Indians he shipp'c his furs to his owners Dr. Pare's Rheumatic Remedy has cured lUll, Ue'clin! :! -il.* any or canef l'rolruiliiir Iirlilrernt Always nyle-the 1'oiican Broadway -

sides wraps and sold to an agent of theRussian meand I am positive it will cure case of I Pile (:Inlo: : ifAKANTkEI lTepuro.1 I e In st yl' by ask-
:.. .. .c panting. resting awhile he it atop of my stove. I sat close to Government. Then in craft of any for Piles only. [P.iyfK-i.nns jar by exprt-ss. pre- _ _ ing your Hatter If
: would small toye shoes when a neuralgia or rheumatism, and I shall recommend val.l. !''.jO.] 1'rl.'c'Jotor lIox. (hand ,t 1. Soil _ be has our risesanl
pick'np a stone'in my bang If
gravel. .. buttoning twenty-five tons he made a perilous voyage it alL by drui&ihts or m.iilrd, .sea rcceiof of price by ihe rrlcc\ Liets.
# his bill and the attack "striking that soapstone, and it left the top of t Wt_L I A JIIS ,11 <; <'<>.. (:lpy -lnn renew ; of 2,500 miles to the Chinese coast to us.
o Onff of the most remarkable stove in 1,000 atoms in fact it i I would not again suffer what I have for -- writes
.' the with ''tho all'tbe ; was and thence overland to St. One Agent (3lrrohant only) wanted rn every town f jrVplielevf UROTHF.RS.e4 ;
glass ,sraiij.nt.h' ments of modern dental sl\r to powder. The chimney was i Petersburg a five thousand dollars. HILL
C. r journey through China and Siberia of &: :1tif. BKOAIMVAy, SEW YORK. -
impetus his wings* Jra&lgiTC. him, Md transplanting of teeth from up, and it all went that way miles. He was the first American 5,500 that Yours respectfully, D. W. :MILLER llat .Cap aniSraw(0d'. of icholrtalt only.ImpottTln .

hcs he would6ontiMc'tmtil: completely another. Dr. W. T. Younger t the bricks. Had it come my I ever passed through the latter territory Engineer, N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R -- PercheronHorses. '
I had not been to
HfrM trying warn
i' exhauatetL you.
California Dental Society has and his history of the whole reads \
as I could move, so astounded was I your "Tin-IIl'M: Punch" 3 cent cigar to .

? JOSE SETiz &VcMAe Peruvian, who some investigations which tend to call the like an exciting romance. After a threerears' l-e the best in America> '. D. for th money.. _
NEWELL A Jnniata.
ran family. _'I tho. t. MORE WORDS OF PRAISE.Mr. Co. Xeb. lar,p and c- met!
.. absence he arrived at home and TauslJl's! Pnnph"i I tfehp.-e.V-I T.I r In the market. of stallivns -
has ftClt k Imported
S beque 1600,000 to found an that the vitality of teeth is a gun, said one of the Horton the C. )l.TOWM-F\I WalliiiKf'T.I, Vrrtnrnt.AddrtRi and mares of ail
[was gratified to find that the handsomem Knight a baggageman on
\ it up-stairs.' we U. W._ TANSILL iV (0., ( htcnr... if(". I>vi r J.5 priesnvardcd
asylum f yiwuig girls in No*; York,; "as that of any seed. lie Al of $100,000 was placed to the credit N. Y. C. & II. R. R. R. who resides at No. 9 '* :- my b"rIIC'A In
one of us had mi'Kovui) ROOT IIEER PACIC
laid the foundation of.his;fortune. by others the case of a bicuspid &w ld explode he. iwlhat, wonderful voyage.-Boxton Budgtt. Riverdale street, this city, says: HIKES y.'Sc. MaltiM .> gallons of a (ucllciou _ four v( r11 breed-utalIIuEKiiaranteed -
; tparklln trmperanre beverage. strrnKthen an I .
>nil-1 lao I stock
the importation; of 'ChiMM "jnative :tractcd and allowed to lie one-third of it remaineddear t- ---- -- "I have been troubled with rheumatism for puriflrsim' blood. Its i nriry und tltrllcaey offlatrnromuiend rfto T* riled w. hp>dtgri'In
.', several This I had < it to all. bold everywhere 'fit Y IT.RKHULATB stud
sprin a severe l'enhroii
: ) very
; country. He,cams ft'Hift_ ', a part of the time in an ow, readers, do ful. attack of'ear.inflammatory rnoumotism' and was 101. & Purify Bloixl. Ir.Bnird- book I guarantee to

.. try and d.inBecutiUes. bag and: part of the time -tt: too far in soapstOn. in "Had 3880 rv. T. Leonard. Hamburg Pa-, wrote: compelled t leave my train. I siiflTen int.c ; \'".'.-;l'.: :"> boxes. SI- ".* dr.lRK *U.or lowi eeIIi.r"trtam3 lower,than,.tocka'a any '
1tL' tevcre inflammatory rheamatlsm for by mail prepalil. Dn. 14tInWmiiiniouN_ .J.
t and hand
pain. My arm were badly -1- the U.S. Station tn..lnore.on SouthernJOHN
_., !' a bureaq-ft :_ \td ; a few application* o' St. Jacobs Oil and I took various kinds t.Soldier t HeIrs Central K. R. \V.AKIX.

.. extreme and ,lie e cm ed me." Oct. 19, 1586, ho writes: "Confr of meitinl.infme. no relief. I was f.I' clrculir.1. COU 1.. UlN'i I--. (>._1It 36. !iio N. Y.

amenities Hints and and Suggei I my"tat' m nt; was entirely cured." fifty Dr. Pardee's Rtmcy. but it was HAM.u'y.. Washington.- Keward for any
of socialiw, fe was a very t Sold by Drug ists. with great reluctance that 1. a I had toSSn day. Samples worth SU5)'FRES SIOOO i-a"ft of Kidney.
woods should be SS Lines not under tim,, hore' feeu .ddr. I Troublrn, :er.'on.
'cs in it. But I -t4BRiWSTEii's
,:- ,- .successful speculator and his fortune ter ra1E of tbfthuge dromedary which foranum- no fait whatever na fully con- Kr.it KULDEO. )
s.u1.Y ly.J1 u.iPensions Hotllnfc
0 tea and then, after being wi .so.ears in the Woodward Gardens in San frm personal experience that it is a :he"rruor I'liTii'niVr..>Miicn. that

is >estimated. fl.500.000. Before 'where it -"ia %'vv, jrtn1y \, with linseed oil. acisco has been the chief attraction to the positive cure for this dreaded disease, and I 1 pAN TS Oltala.'c1.InvenroruIde.Srnd suin i C.... Co.N".r t'?.-N.list Htli I T'.,fnl j-r.i: to a.curt.JM.. SuM.l )c.by herb all Dru ll'dlc1ne>J/iu.t".

it I 4 cgming to this country he had occu- twelve daysit witeafBrmed that a Jdren, who rede her in thrones, is dead. can recommend it a a remedy worthy the :" ,,'.talngtt.D. C. Iil'll'"-
camphor gum with your n,4 tie was alxty-o: ie )'ear old and left an iuterI confidence,of all. Am feeling better than I _

;:. .-S ned the position of Minister of Finance had been established ancl it will never tarnish I IDS infant nearly a year old. have fo ton years and atrbut it all t Dr. H 0 A r.JftWrltt"r11I"r1Ir. .:..aA' EXHAUSTED VITALITY'
,' in Peru. His to be th and the is there. Never wash iIYCr ii Pardee's Rheumatic Remey. 4 by. mall. or Pft" >nalll'.
great hobby was tooth. The gum Mark A. Miller, Traveling Agent Eric R.R., Oltuatlons procured "H P pH when rotnt",
-iI that it white writes: "Suffered with pleuro-pneumoniaone Pardee Medicine Co., Rochester, N. Y. 'r. :IV. C. CIIAFFEE.Osw.g1N.LThcBest A Groat MidfeJl: Work for
,' ". "known after death -as a great philanthropist ma however, be fairly raised as gives a appear bottle Red star Cough Cure ensured my recovery. -. Young

He had a .high admiration ; true unison or one of .. At druggists. and Middla-Alej Men..7LIFEf9 .

... for New York. Sevilla left the coun- : as when for eLi preserve goods from moths do not THE sole surviving representative of the rev I
camphor in any form. Pieces of tar olutionary war is Abigail S. Tilto ', of North I
?, ., ., try about a year ago and died in Janu gpy'lodged in the laid in fur boxes and in closets are Woodbridge. N. H. Mrs Tilton is now a trifle : jJc KE R fatemroof I ;

than IOU Her husband
aryatLima. more years
... 4 ; protection. Five cents will buy Steven, participated in the battle of Ben- Coat.

THE latest in to all the boxes .
thing equip nington.
I ca packing Tie FISH BEARD SLIOLEK Is w.rr.Me.iwzt-iwonf. anil wd keep you dry In I Iithe I
.. ."' MRS. CLEMENT C. CLAY, wife of the for summer trave closets of a large house for a year. The Most Remarkable Bnniness In the ;: banlrrt. ptnrm. no. roME1.etzczaaaa. a | rlrcl ding iia;. intl
: ISli 1 p1 roven tb *ntre.isal. Btwr* r{mt aCloa iion*ffennln*without the"B liBrand"
t'ountrr. B
zS : late Senator from Alabama is now in a Ic n saturate a bit of gratea 1-nlr-mtrk. IllumtrJ Ca lefin (r,.,. A.J.Tower,Botton, Mae,.. I II
smoking car. Our citizens have obervel Lot ices in the .._ KNOW THYSELF
: :.., Washington where they tell this story with a bath-roo 1 :' i, of a bean -with spir'W"Wrtifl'.J"j leading papers. from time to time, of a little ---- ----------- tav---- 1.7h_ I
1 harmless food lant-called Moxie found inSouth
iWply to the affect- )I RI.1P-I1EI) by the I'EAftOny jnnr.
of Ler: When she went to Ireland not andcnuehes America last year. Its fine taste as 11 ,.tI. I"TITI'TE. No.'j Hollffnrh ,
rocmr & tI.
& .
t I i.-* the e pain at once and beverage, and ability to restore nervous,weakly J.S".n'lt.t. \VJI.; II. IAitXElt 'I.f.,'
I 'long ago custom-house ofticers be. will be s there will be ass I women. in a few days and belpoverworke did the Women tODU rg Eh''ki.\n. )1..r..th..n"'mll.Je5
.i .. gan to'examino hei> baggage and asked I with I people nf bath sexcs to do Why I III".J. It IUI'JlII txni Xrrvoa nut )'h..I"31
: FrcaiaturiI.viliu.
will contain copies, : sticking I one wiih less fa igue. have made the demand ili.iistfi VluiitT lnpai..i
l ant lm ,
: :or. |>urttj of tuUlooJ.. anil'the
as usual if sue had in well. I so immense that bottles have soid untoM
: any arms and periodical, as.well AS a cIj $ 5.O ben mi-er ei ronvqucnt t""r"oll. ConaiD1I
; in 17 months- sale in
& I ib antlaleinl.om a Mivllnx. full jIIL"arran.J
h not f\e year
.. ; :- her trunks. "No said she "but t supply of the daily ; so much I Lc a this rate. the bet popular u-,Heal tr.ats.Pul.1IiI i in cle

k;. I have two arjns on my trunk and I have various cities along the line. s.4 j irbs. lore Henc otjgflpkind>1f5hould, A CHARMING-village'- name- "-La--Tour in the ; of this country use over thirteen million cakes of1 and EmiIa ca.ncrael), l.inc''ge.In"Price plain"f. only WI':1I'Ia'r.at 1'7 mall.JliMJsJ, JIOStJ''jt'-.

I Jepartment of Ardeche, 'rlmet.has become | II'>'''nj ft'W. AJ Ures
-to embrace all at Abo.
1 Ireland with them: .
day -when the train butcher ere vegetables, onions, I uninhabitable owing to the of cimes. J"II'.
; God bless bert .and the"people have migrated in body toP & Gamble's Lenox in "
.4p The officer9.ssed pear in conjunction with the .T h odorous things'are"jould l. DLQ! fal regions. a Procter Soap I886 ? OPIUM "_bit ('ur.". Treatment inns on'
her bajtirnKe-without further re .ith. electric lighting and always be kepi inl ___ I1UaANE P.E1HDY CO. LafaettcIA.*'
a '. 0 ,'cool and airy room. I mends.' Free an.thinl Drugs Broken&Chi.Urn I 3uy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why.i ; TELF.CRA-: good l.(;pay h 51."'....<'.
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