The Starke telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086646/00020
 Material Information
Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
lccn - sn 95047405
System ID: UF00086646:00020
 Related Items
Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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IF I HAD KNOWN T i- -I--. -. -,-' -w'-' .
\ Chinese town in the coy. The She lay breezes stole softly through the trees and in the workings of the place, but he 01 extravagant thing. How poorly pr ler, but long after. the.paper' is- the ", _
with gone
lilUes flowers KEY. DR. TALMAGE.THE [
Mongols have drowned out osition in en her pulseless breast, bringing with them the invigorating listened indifferently;he felt that not one pared are that young man a1 woiari for, result may perhaps seen the blasted, l.' ..

.} the washee jgim, woodland lilies wet with silver dew, influences ofa, balmy evening of the hardened criminals Le passed by the duties of to-daywho. spt at last rfl ht- b i The queen .. .
business 'Sear tonotthOm\i.
they pete successfully he;he said, "in life she loved them In May, Harlow unbosomed his heart to could .be more chopfallen than he. Ingoing wading through brilliant passaesdescriptive eft .bnetr night, and ,
:: in the silk, tea anther lines, bstl! her. lie told her in impassioned tones out he had to by BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SIN of magnificent knavery awl wickedness! The ; the periodicals a to t
pass a waiting- man will (; lonj;for his ben her guests. that the fair brow of
loki allay
of his b
restaurants For adoration DAY SERMON
run raise pigs | chickens sweet sake the fragrant buds were ; how life without her room. He casually _looked through a ine,in shop, } for;in tho'fac- 'Anferican art"should be blotched with this

and patronize opium dens anss houses. blown, would be a dismal blank; how he had hole in the panel of the'door that openedinto tory, in the counting-room, n will not plDt.and that philanthropists,botherik. .

.' l For her in Apri-haunt nooks they watched her night after night, and felt that room. In that room a sight met Subject: ""What Books Shall We find her, and ho will be dlsti.fe A man l about smaller evils,should lift .

The pronunciation of graph ical if I had known! grw- happy woman to whom know he that loved he how was close to the his gaze the effect of which almost froze Read? What Pictures who reading gives of hlt! up be nerveless inane and I up great no"united calamity.young and. vdfvoc. a this

names changes shion ; eagerly he his blood. Look At?" a nuic. He wilt be fit neither for tha store ; man! buy not this moral strychnine
according "If I had
it had kow when yesterday wo looked forward to the time when he Was it Cora's face he saw, or was it s1op, northe field. A woman who .fo this nest of coiled

often sems. Sometimes tlpelling is Her had in mine, along the hedges wake could tell her all. She listened demure the phantom of his love? gives herl up to the indiscriminatereading adders you sr you Pckno Patronize no new

varied. The last importanhange is That even then the while we careless talked fai ly, with downcast eyes, but uttered nota To assure himself he peered again; the ThIT: "Many of them also which used nowI will be ..ut stand that keeps pet your room brigH
word. That curious their books for the duties. wie.mot1er, sister, dufh. with good but for there unclean .
she did brought together,
a new spelling in Japan ch placesO Te shadow of a coming loss was there not remonstrate truth was very patent. Her arms were ar There she engving
< pictorials
; and not one buretuv
with him them before all men: and they tr. hen.ld. on .
death's cold hand was reconciled him to the belief that entwined around a tall, manly form, but vacant, ch-k' pale, not A wl .
leading one than the _
in place of to. Tokio i be- us I counted the price of them, and found it tm man .
now pket bt
If I had known the bud she would ap the affection was mutual. At last she he could not see the face, a the back I fifty silver."-Acts xix.it). bursting into tears at midnight fateof pictures t look at. your eyes* '. .

; come Tokyo; Kioto, Kf; ; Hiogo, Nor touch, lest she should mar that spoke and her melodious voice thrilled was turned toward him. The usher, Paul tondpieeesoJ had been stirring up Epliesus with some unfortunate lover; in the(by-tie. are not pnr. he cannot 'b At a r
Uyogo etc. Familiar namlook him with delight. noticing his wild fixed drew him when sue ought t4 be busy, new stand one the ,7
new. grace, gaze, some lively sermons about the sins of that half-hour at nothing;biting .hf-r finger of the man by the kind gt cc

: To-day would press its dewy, golden heart She told him she dearly loved him, to one side and asked him if he was place. Among the more important ret into the quick. The carpet. that was na chases. When th devil foils get a man to .. -

,1 The German government apt to Against her poor, dead face! loved him for his kindness to her; that sick.A. their was th fact books that, and the a citizens public place made abonfire before will be plainer after having. wandered read a bad bkhe sometimes t Iced retting .
ever since she first him his of water all that he i though a romance al night Ions in sselated lok bad
off saw imagewas glass was requested of them. I the people coming out h I pict.
"go at half cock" in itflitary s industrious companion '
cxpenditures "Last year, when April woods were all indissolubly mingled with her day- as he sat rather fel into a wt their arms full of Ephesian literature, casle. your ta goes a-fishin. he does core whether .., -

1> and hence the vunrcmcnt aglow," dreams; every moment in his presence chair. He told OI man that was an tossing,it into the flames. I hear an now wi you more have\ unatrl-i\walke roe ever it draws I long his victim line or in.a short Bewareoflascivious line, if he only .

that it has paid invcntojOOOQ She said "if it seemed an hour of to her. attack of the would soonbeover. economist standing by and saying: "Stop parks wth princesses, or
a for b death to fall asleep," happiness} vertigo'it; "Here are seven five though {.lume pictorials young man; in the .name of. AI- ..

a steering apparatus for bays is a reasonable And, bending, kied th3 lilies sweet and wet, These endearing words threw of the He felt as though his reason was 'th wa.dol's worth of books thoud-do :you rado.lounged Oh in the these arbor wl11 rlbhl'flde I might God Pcharga JOt
-. "A dreamless from which restraint he had sustained, and the fast leaving him; strange phantasies shot propofe them up? you don't l'onfme" If I have this morning successfully lad ,.
that device sleep none wake a ) They are unfitted which ii a tremendous -
guarantee a pncal of his want to read them them down any principles by which you may :
r, to ardency fondness he drew her to through his brain. Joulve sel and know not how to jdg
has been thought out finally which the 1'ep his side and let somebody else them. "o," said discipline. They in regard to books and newspapers -
and that
When I lie dow that long dear repeatedly kissed the pale, That Cora loved another, the "if these books go throu urna.'' of trial through hnve done something which I ihall not -'
people, are not good for 0
chief obstacle to aerial has slumbr lips. a convicted felon was his first which they must pass and they arc of the
navigm been And life for upturned person us, they are not good for anybody else ami unftt a hmel on day which shall try eve .
overcome. jf :you l and emptygw "Cora, you 'i be my wife," he said, deduction. The terrible truth sank into we shall stand and watch until the last leaf for a world where everything we man's work of what sort it is .

Come looking down upon her with unspeakable his soul like a poisoned shaf. A cravingfor ha turned to ashes. They have done us a achieve by worl.hard. long-"oltnuig and exhaustive Cherish good books and newsp1 Beware _.. .
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-- of the bad One
Nebraska reports a remable- case of t hear, and though I shall not joy, as if the answer he sought was revenge on the man just seen word of hrt.and the they flames shall crackle never and do Again: abstain from nil thoso books which your soul: one one paragraph may ruin save it.Benjamin ,

already his. all but controlled him. other ham" tea while they have some gw d things about them, Franklin said that the "

long delay in bringing a merer to the Lay your sad lips to mine, and whipr She drew hersel gently from his embrace That man should never live to enjoy roar! my friends, one of the wants of the have also on admUturo of evil. You have "Cotton Mather's Essay on ring Oo"o '. ,
The crime low: and the should be his. Wel read books that hat two elements in them- molded Jiis entire life. assassin
gallows. was pmitted fifteen gaze in her lovely eyes happiness that country a great bonfire of bad I.r -
th i the good and the Lout Which stuck to ?
years ago, but the ly was not (If I had known! Oh,love, if I had known!) appeared to pass over him to space be- Th. usher in his dismay was about to books newspr. Y\e have enough fuel The bad! The heart of most people is like you a crime Russell by declared reidinjr that one he vivid was le ito .. .. a

That :you would not forget." yond. She if in dream. shout for thinking he was caged to make a high. Many of the sieve which lets the small .mar
q found for over a ant was ten spoke as a help, houses particles of gold The consecrate I John Angel! ames, q
year, would do to throw into
Adelaide D. flollstoi,in The C1U'lwt. "That can never be." f he uttered, at with a mad-man when Ilarlow suddenly the publishing blaze their entire stock wel Bring fall t rouih., but keeps the great cinders.Once than whom England never produced a better- .

., year before the murderer S arrested. the same time throwing her arms about Sprang to his side and hoarsely whis- oiah the insufferable trashand, gos the l thire is a mind like a loadstone man, declared in his old days that b"h

{ Four of the law's del followed him and fire and let it known int which, plunged! ( amid steel ant brass never vet got over the efferts of
years sobbing bitterly, as i in-deep pered: bo in the presence of filings, gathers up the steel and the evi .
rejiels for fifteen minutes
The Convict's "Who is that in the other ?" God, and angels, and men,that you are going onc r a bk
.: the accuci being three sentenced Daughter. anguish. man room to rid homes of the overtopping and underlying bras But it is generally just the()ppsit. But I need not go so far could
to be hanged. Now thcjWrnor has To be refused by a woman who had The latter seeing that his companionhad curse of profligate literature. f If you attempt to plunfrf through a near borne nn subsided somewhat in his wildness burrs to get one blackberry, you will get occurred in college 'I- .
just herself in love seemed The the days culd '
a printing press mightiest agencyon 1 tl1
i than You
signed the death doomed more cannot
warrant.aoae burr 1.ckl.erriea of comrade who pr'eat
to you a was ,
deigned reply.It earth for for The minister
In the strange anomaly to him. A hundred good evi. afford to read a book, however good
180 you
year Harlow started noble and cenerous. He was studying forhonorableprofession '
has furtl chance of who about to be of the has
man apparently no his brain at that was John Lane, was Gospl standing pulpit a are. You say: "The influence is insignifi .
for San conjectures but bo
. Francisco, ou a tour of fled but I do not think it is a ; .had ,
S Cal discharged from prison. He had been ; cant. I tell you that the scratch of a pin
escape. moment. heart preocuppied 1 an infidel trunk, nnd
_-_ _ recreation from a course of legal Was there a earth who adored convicted of forgery and had a n responsible as the position of an editor or a has sometimes I'rxINd tho lock-jaw. Alas,if he said to 1o.c me i hi "Be Witt; '
man on sen'ec publisher. At what distant point of time, at
The United States I study. Nothing of special note occurred fifteen years' sentence. The woman was through cuo> ,1"many do you pry into an wpuld you like to read itf I answered: "Yes,
Orda-e: Depart I Cora Lane more than he did ? Why what far out cycle of eternity, will cease the evil ;
to relieve the curiosity is dangerous "
tediousness of his bk. your a n I would. I took the book read it only
journey; his daughter. This was all he knew. influence of a Henry J. Raymond, or a Horace all
has been making sot com uta. I he arrived his could she not be his wife ? that man w]Iw would take torch for a few minutes. I with
at destination I int was really
shattered in feel- or a James Bennett or a !trte
mU.h The sudden rcvuMon Ilarlow's ,
"Don't ask me why, John. It Greeley Gonon a gunpowder null merely to see \ what I saw there, and I handed .
of the weight of the cgment that and fatJg.led. Immediate rest i Watson W ebb, or an Brooks, or a th bk .
stunned him he reeled and would blow not. In serin in
wa' ings \oull up a mena
needed better for us if we see each other ; Thomas Take the simple statistics O .back to him and said: "You had .$ -
is required to ry which so he sought a bomlin: -house in have fallen not the usher caught him Kinsla' New York, a man put his a through the book.. ho '
Xo kept it. He
stroy that
I make that dailies have circulation
more. Forgive me you unhappy hlc YO"k now a The ro
a du1 quiet part of the tyand, for some i in time found its ou bars of a black eagE. 11imarshille it. He t it. After while he
that when the soldiei equipped but it can never be; to be your ; reason again way of about eight hundred and fifty thousand looked lcpr'bright.andltfautiful. -rar a o\e .!
enjoyed the seclusion and rest he wife would to the brain. He slipped a gold coin day, and add to it the fact tht three s sek.nt seized religion as He pave up God as a
: rod, bayonet, rifle; al cartridge stood so much in need His only bring sorrow and distress of pr have He just strok(' OIC. Tie mOI.ter nonenity. He Bible as a -
of. meals were to home/' into the hand of the usher and left the weekly periodicals a aggregate him, and he drew foi luud torn, and r\.etpthe fabl. He .
three cooked] ions 100 to his our circulation of about one million, and pave up the Church of Christ as a in-
day's roomand therefore he had O touch not
,and blcLsLng. fvil.even "
Her enigmatical pu/zled him. prison. then if how far and how mangled stitution. He pave np good morals as.being -
wonl cipher, yon can, up, it ,
no to make the with the stroke. Though may '
of bal cartridges |I "kit" of opportunity acquaintanceof "Cora, dearest, I forgive everything. He sought a tree near by, whose large, far downand how far out,reach the influencesof fintet touch it not lst you unnecessarily stringent. I have heard of him

he carries-a total Jpht of 53 his felow- omlers. The house was We will start life anew; blot the past drooping branches afforded a good en- the American printing press. Great GOd! b Ilosyand soul torn and M-edm? under but twice in many years. The timei before '
I the last I heard of him he
run by matronly-looking woman named what is to be the all this? I believe was a confirmed -
2.58 ounces. "\Vifrpringfield Wcutworthwho from your sight; only say you will be sconeement, and, throwing himself on the the Lord intends Isue the printing press to be the the clutch of the bl.-tck l.-opanL "But bonk, you inebriate The last time I heard of him,he ..
M !e only weakncos seemed mine." green began to ruminate over the for tho aud sly, "how can I hut! out whether a 1 was coming out of an insane asylum-in *
means rescue evangelization '
scabbard boxes to be her grasses iG There i is
bayonet, ctfdge voluble However, she worl's good or bad without trading mind and soul awful wreck. I
tonue. exciting circumstances which had just and I the great last battle of Lody, an believe .
She strove to but the about a bad '
leather belt, cothing' animuni- : atoned somewhat in the excellent answer, profound taken the world will not fought with always something suspicious that one infidel book killed him for two .
Lment anguish in her bosom mocked all efforts plac.That b sword ad book. 1 never knew an exceptionsniethingsuspicious worlds. -
: etc. the load is t pounds ; quality of her menu, and, as this is the indeed, was one of the happiest guns, but with and presses-a in the index: (I styl-i of illustration. -
to scorn. The look of melancholy sad- and gospel literature triumphing over, Go home to-day, and look through your '
paramount object sought for in board- alu curries a
a !
of his life. His heart tramp This venomous reptile almost ays
moments never library and then, having looked *
ounces, and with Spljfield rifle, ing-house, whatever foibles she ness that overspread her entire features ling down and crushing out rattle. through r
possessed beat so lightly before. which is The to warning your library,look on the stand where you keep -
I told Harlow that his love only way overcome off from all
scabbard cloth : in the was hopel ss. deprave. Again: I charge to
of her you
eyes tenants were graciously : is your pictorials and newspapers, and apply .
The words "noble
girl, escaped by scattering -
cartrit.el When he left that night with the arrow grand udon those books which corrupt tho imaginationand
ammunition, < is 53 overlooked. his lips in the delirium of his de abroad which is healthful. May God .;ions. I do not ref"-r now the Ch/istian principles I have laid down thl
Her daughter, a comely girl of of deep disappointment sunk deep into of the cylinders of an honest, intelligent, inlamethe, pas book which tie ill-iin has morning. If there is anything in your home ,
young Ah I he knew the to a
15.90 ounces. j I| seventeen ,- assisted her in the his breast she exacted a vow from him lght. now reason sp ie, Chrta printing press. under his ( waiting for the 'cbool to get that cannot stand the test,do not give it
years sacrifice of her 'ot
household duties and never again to broach the subject of magnanimous ; refusal I have you this morning that the out, and then, looking oth ways ti) see that away,for it might spoil an immortal soul;
at evening usually I to the hand of the she that to this nation do not sell it, for the
man you pet
coming woman haime. She is matrimony; but he Mt her with the sorry accept gatt blessing ever came hero is no policomaa arolJ! thi bkvk, offers money _
entertained the house with and : would be the blood but rather kin-
pleasing loved. The filial love was to an elevated the greatest 1 do price pf ;
that is, she is in lIon, and the music on the piano. One evening as assurance that she loved him better than .1 all other affections. paramount scourge has been ltratur uncean literature. de book speak to of your that Sl; ul on of his literal way are home., hit that die a fire on your kitchen hearth, or in your .

- has found her lirvicwed her Harlow any one on earth. This last has its victims iu occupations anddepartmnt. : ..ut back yard, and then drop the poison in it,and .
an was enjoying a which e-alestlie amid ronies inpollsholstyloaiul
fragrant I Why had she not told him all? So *
has fill insane < the blaze until from to .
; l i For week Ilarlow never left his helped to that keep stirring preface ppendix -
I wy- ls the to--sin
house-cleaning quein. "I ncv- Havana in his room, and musing retrospectively room. His I sprightly, gay spirits vanished, i great was his love he could have forgiven lum., pnitcntiaries, and nlni.shous. ,and rous"s up"iti acut'plot.s-r s passions'>un : of time roal.Tiwlay there shall not be a single paragraph -
over old scenes and faces the of this infection left, and the lo.ifire in Brooklyn shall be""ns
house "I used tot everything. den tLi. LLnd, thtrv
Mr under the i.orilof
and fits of ( .
; long dejection supervened.
fays soft plaintive strains of a delicate but the cool for sometime lie in the hospitals ana in the consuming as that one in the streets ot -'
lie grvehie umvashfl 1 Lt-rature,
lay on is rtwkii .
: grass a < .
J about'e I If Bertha the of the it.td.
great deal : beauties of suspected cause Eohesus.
. nad.a musical voice seemed their souls are being f -
to from ;
emanate over future plans, but was at last f' enoih all the fountains <> IluLlt .

"1\' never cleaning house, :::1 about five the parlor below. There was something : change it.in his He appearance pleaded an she attack nEver hr'tr'd of- roused turning from his blissful thoughts by the eternity The London an avalanche plague was horor nothing and to despair it. That! virtu:-, and 1OSl smite your sons and d.el.'nnd lug'.te':it IS is .. lIen Butler's Klailncs*.
with the of destroying
years ago I determined to-avc off in the tone of the voice that told him he noise of the train which was counted its by thoa nds, hut this wing a
my malaria' to which he said he was a victim; approaching time that: tlw miniotors I.f the Uosivl biew It is very well remembered that _,
had never heard it there before. The air to bear him and his love back to San modtrn pest has already shovelled its millionsinto nilliM the for-rs of
annual the and
tornado and I it. in
amiplished this was all he offered in explanation of the charnel,house of the morally trip't rigI.t Mnmford was hanged Xevr Orleans
spoke volumes of sadness and breathed Francisco. ded armed the teeth in this
: My brother, who boardsith us, says such and distress that he turned his moodiness.At Tho longest rail-train that ever ran th (battle Umc against a 111> t great in 1862, by Gen. iiutler'a 'orders, for. -
. that I pathos the end of his hermitage a longing He watched the devoted couple unt Erie or Hudson tracks was not long enough Again abstain ''rvl'lltrature.which are hauling down the flag on tIe Un'ted "
must be :
itherfery tidy or a involuntarily in his chair and in th.Jc
: .' noticing desire to sec his love again reasserted I they boarded the train, and then or large enough to carry the beastlau'ss and I apologetic of criuiC. It is a tad thing that States Mint, but thero 13.a scijuel to -
: \ry untidy person, h an't decide the mirror at the other side of the room himself in the coach. dif- the putrefaction which have been gathered kutl beautiful Look-
\ < ; itself. He tore himself from his seclusionand seat rear low some of the best mst that historical fact that has never been ?

which. One thing I kno my house is what a change it had wrought in his i went to her house. ferent was the journey back. Every object up in the in bad last books twenty and newslapr of this land binder and some )f the finest rhetoric Vice, hlweLn is published. A few;years afterthe war -
features he Jco sin attrative.
nevertorn to piecesd I never go jumped np suddenly and was I'' When he entered, to his bewildered along the road sparkled like a dazzling Now, it is amid such circumstances that I thing t to m or how. It is in sh1It. Gen.Butler was a member Congress, .
about shut y bJr
the voice
to out from his
>, around looking like th&chof Endor. consternation he learned she had left the gem; every plot of grass disclosedsome put, this morning, n question of overmastering and it di's how-Imp in the darkness.: In this and learned that Mrs..Mumfortl was in fl
hearing, when it suddenly stopped. The 1 city. new-born charm;the very air seemed importance t you and your faie world it is scourge I"ith a whip of-rp'ons: a small Virginia town, with her chil- '
i I: take room pieces time and music had piqued his lie Ilarlow'snew 'v hat books and newspapers: shall the of wrath
S ore t ; a curiosity. I to breathe happiness. John but afterwards thun.1tJ 011 dren,ia an almost destitute condition
A note handed him the of I them A
was by lady You see together. newspaper
would know the owner of that pathetic group it across a J loun.lli! a- iting it
sometimes I life when he boarde'l the train pursue deS'l
that Mrs.
take ; at week after Mumford
1 only 1 a room a voic' 1: the house, which she gave him at Cora's began is only a book in a swifter and more with ruin on I w oo. When you e"m to j amt A was
time. ( that afternoon. For reasons better knownto portable shape, and the same rules which will behind appointed to a clerkship in the Interior
j _-_ __._ _ The chatting of two women below told i request. He tremblingly tore open the he did not see Cora Lane fO apply to book reading will apply to newspaper carnality embroideredurtaiiw, d' not paint it a,or looking tIii| ozgii fnm lalf'oof : Department. She had no idea where
The note read follows himel
as :
The unfailing and ner misleading him that some lady friend o lertha-I after the pri'on episode. reading. What shall! we read i Shall royal Feia llo; lutuo writhing in th.agnnk. the influence came from that put her
minds be the receptacle of everythingthat
: Mrs. Wentworth's daughter- pltI "In three year. CORA." He allowed the excitement of the past o ir *of a I't-: h.t'atal; in the position, and could not learn. It
: barometer of author has mind to write
ist. I an
: commerciaprospcrity Hhal !: to make impurity -
bly paying her a friendly vKit. le Every one of those words seemed as if few weeks to completely die out before Here be no distinction tetween the tr b ols cri'iie try I enabled her to live comfortably and .

the iron trade, nnd rnrlujarly: : that all- dressed himself hastily and repaired in fire. He was mystified beyond he ventured to FCC her. Then he found life and the trot of (death Shall we stoopdown iiyiKjjrihy dL''nt.noble! Curs'.I be the tti"actinmif loois that educate her children.

I,, important feature of itjtecl rails. A the parlor, where, under the pretext of write reason. The thought, "'Vas'she. .I her and reiterated his undying affection. and drink out of the trough which the swarm with _' lr's and despera.l
t. survey of the whole aretof production wishing to be called early in the morning, trifling with his affections?" took the They were soon married and returned to wickedness shame? of men we hai mire filial in with impurity pollutionand and make the brain ot th> )young l jopl whirlwith she lost hor place, and 'was in

reveals a condition of acidty which is he had oppertunity of speaking to Beit place of all other considerations. But the East, but the father remained in San chase .Hhal across theswamp. vi'lainy!who Y4 authors I tlvin who writ.tll lit osIkr.swliodstribut : :n, great dwtraou Again the unknown' .

I She seemed pleased to be of service to : where was the The more he Francisco, where for many ye'rs he led a when we misht- walk; the bloom ye publishers; : .print i, : ,cut ye to pKes,,if influence came to her aid, and she was'"
I actually unlrecedented. \ careful inquiry him and invited him in. The Rubicon i moth'c of God? 0 For the sake of .tl'| s.alle
cogitated over note the more good, useful life, and fuly'expiat.a his no not by an [aro!.|eo.m1it. then at last given another place and her salary in

shows that for the'jirrent year 21-, passed, he was soon engaged in delectaI I he clothed it with an occult meaning.lie past misdeeds. .John of our present and everlasting and Christian welfare we choice.must by thiihailof H 'i'e: \engeance}, which .hal creased. A year or two afterward, Iiy

\. 347 miles of new railroadtrack are projected ble conversation with Cora Lane, to whom ;j left the house, repaired t his his wife deep in his noble heart ; as regards make Standing an,intelligent we do, chin deep in fictitious sweep t the lowest pt: of perdition a' yo accident, she found out who had been '

,' of which the lying of he had been introduced by Bertha. i I room, and in the wreck of his le's happiness that his lips were forever silent. literature, the a first question that many of the murch'T-r of lul I t.-l uorl.1 you, you though will! youin..y be her unknown friend. When she found, ,

over Of all fair faces he had ever seen here j wept poignant tears of woe. Often as he sits and gazes into her large, young Io\le\ are ailing me is: "Shall we escape at the LoTf of t-temal that he was the man she had always' ;

I f. 15,000 miles is assurcd. Of old track, was the fairest. There was an air of i I The Occident had no more charms for I liquid eyes he wonders if she reads his read noveis' I reply: There are noveli ground calamities.. lt y() i will !ls_> lnhwt to tie considered the wanton mnrderor o' her

no less than relaid. the entire features of the that are pure, go, Christian, .elevaiingtothe rook and Ih) of hus and she had terrible strngg'e -
18,000 miles will be melancholy suffusing him; he determined to return East in the thoughts; but as she never speaks heart and ennobling to the life. But I )(\illaw \'utuns e a .
that seemed in with the sad blue! she Rpair clawii:. ul, and those whom with herself but at last sought Gen. -
This gigantic construct will require keeping course of : fortnight. reason why for three long years have still further to say that I believe thatninetynine have I come aronn 1 to tor- '

3t 250,000 tons of steel ails and it is eyes, the expression of which completely ':' He left San Francisco an altered man avoided the man she loved, he rests con out of the one hundred novels in you meat you dtroj\ wi Letter coals of fury Bnter! to thank him. It is said the

( charmed him. Something indefinable in and returned to his home, but the tented that his secret is unknown to her. this day are baleful and destructive to the' upon your head, n III rejoice eternally in tin scene between them was a most moi .

, easy t infer from thee-ticts what, for her sweet, gentle manner, felt its way thought of Cora, ever present in his -New York Journal. last degree. A pure work It of is fiction history is history of outcry of your pHI and the howl of your lug and pathetic cse. '
and a
the poetry combine damnation. 'Go I hail wound the hairy scalp
ensuing twelve months will be the into and caused it to
deeply drew veil of sadness his
mind, a over around h licences f! the his "'
of him that gocth on in trespasses. .
thing Acid. -
general condition, NortVand South, of beat with rapture. He could have sat for whole life. Some months afterward he Made. 'me names or poetry ice wona can The clock strike- midnight A" fair form Effect of SalicjHc

the iron trade. f hours and contemplate her lovely face, finished his law studies and entered up- Where Children's Hoops are never pay the debt which it owes bends over a ro,rsance. The eyes flash flre. The committee of the Academie do '

so great was infatuaton. on his chosen profession.At "This is the height of the hoop sea to such fictitious writers as Hawthorne and The breath is 11uck: and irregularcas'on: -- Medicine has had the matter of salicylic

I That couch with the dealer. The trade is better McKenzie, and Landon and Hunt, and ally the co'or: into the cheek, and then acid muchused to .
night as lay the end of three years his life was son, saic Arthur and Marion Harland, and other tremble though -now pre-
, dies The as
Could xvc but utilize'nll the waterpower the picture of one fair face engrossing his just as void of happiness as the day i year than I ever knew it to be be whose names a familiar alL The follies of guardian out. spirit; l-u1' trying to shake tho I fermentation in food products-

o lifted from the on by the sun every thought, he felt, he knew, that when Cora told him it could never be. I fore. This shows that there is no new high life were never better exposed than by deadly book out of the grasp. Hot tears fall. under consideration, and in a report

: beams and wafted by tfc zephers over Cora Lane was the only woman he would He resolved at last to once again visit fangled game for children on the market. ,Miss Edgeworth. The memonf embalmed of the than post She laugh a shrill voice tLt drop dead. recently mode says: -
love. It late the next morning Kemembcr the the and rub el were never more faithfully at The sweat I! is l.It being-well established by medical
ever was the West and learn if her
possible year
the hal. Walter Scott. .Coopers
land death
: what vast fabrics might we I in the the dashed t-.p fron the river of *
spray and
when he the fact that no writing the observation that feeble proougoddailydoses
arose, despite hereabouts. string came out. hoops novels strikes "four''and, the dawn
i role\v w The clock rosy
run! What magnifiediagaras mightwe Bertha had done his bidding.His When he arrived at San Francisco he sold that spring. It's that way. I breath of the the isoon after L.egi's TO look throughhe lattica of salicylic acid and its dc-

: create! In a receil paper to the first impulse was to rush to her and called at the house where he had last seen The business is ri.k\always" can tell American; swe Kingsleylias! led upon the pale fon--i that looks like'a d iaine.m OTC*can causa considerable troubl&to -

Royal Society of Edinburgh. Mr. John learn all she knew of Coa but better her; she had never been heard from, andas whether it will be good or bad, as i alI smitten raauy the morbidity to appreciate of the the fcorld ptrof, and sound a she sitectro will ot mistake.hj-r the Hi,.t.ringlets leon! in for a curLn JU.serpents t e1iMlth'those certain'persons forms of drug who, bparticUlarIy'OldleOPlO j

Murray sought to give the world's rain judgment prevailed. He concluded to far as the good lady could enlightenhim I depends} on the whims children. get strong muscles, and Thack and thr t *er \lute han I through the are Bensitfvdjo and in tJio ', 4
ascertain through quiet inquiries all he she might be dead. Mrs. Wentworthand r "The plain wooden hoop is all the gc eray did a grand work in caricaturing the pretenders bars of the prison and s nice I Ii T hea'l, rub '

fall in figures. The areas of countn.h8ing could about his new-found love. Bertha, her daughter told the same desparing :: I now. The iron hoop is not called for. to gentility and high blo. Dra.nsh bing it back as th ugh to piu'i !the scalp : whose yena1 dvcestive functions nru \ .' '
an inhnd drainage-equal to 11-, however, anticipated him. She sawwitha stopy-she had almost dropped from Granville, Mass., turns out about built his ow the bks, the skull, shriek.rl; ;:' ")1:train!my brain?' no Conger in p tf.ct order, therefore 'f
for ,
200tO everlasting plea poor fren that! W hywill you go oftb&slicyIates to liquid
are Oh, stand off the addition
6,350 square miles_receive 2,213 cubic woman's quickness, the profound look their memory. this year and Philadelphia! tt.whch anathema of injustice. Now, I say, soun-ling your way amid the reefs an I warn- solid alime&U twill not bo i ermitted. 1

of rain Thetotal of admiration on his visage as he sat gaz- The one great object of life now was thirds as many. They are made ofor te ce these, read at right times,and read ing I uoys, when there is such a Yet ocean in and "

I yearly. arcasr ing at herfriend the night previous, and to find her and learn from her own lips ash. The wood .i is cut into t proportion with other which you may vyage. all si s .

; directly to the ocean equal 44-, intuitively surmising that he wished to "Ihe meaning of those odd words: "In strips and steamed. The heat c" _-t 4w- ennobling a .: l There is one A.her shall .thn 'pLaTJVANWfIm near Phr .

quare miles, of which 38,829- know of her friend told him three strips and the ends arc tacked toIops /or the loathsome 'morning before J leave you, whether" youwanttoh '
something years. this
1S has come upon aritonot That % 5A4 'successful war on -
**!, square miles have more than ten of her own all that she knew. lie failed-alas! he dared not contemplate with hels, flags and other Pels like a freshet ov l la&eivof' : picto.ial tht waging
saleslady in a I Find her he in Philadelphia. F'ewI } and H are sider > 'i indhog, which, as every farmer \
inches of annual rainfall and dischargeinto I "Cora was employed a the consequence i i ments are of decency common Mqa ey day'as most tranc-ndous for ruin.'
millinery establishment. She was twenty would, if it took years of constant search.. i I are sold. Theost too much and usually from some of the mo Mi lffed pub one who better tl does much damage to meadow's, \ ,

I the sea 6,569 cubic miles of water years old, was supposed to P an orphan, Such is the love of some. men, who intheir i go to amuse sick children who houses of the cut.Cney our are religious; do. 'cl'p:)! $: wY fill*4 large,becr or

this rather more and from the East." sacrifice of of The hoop > sm ic:' idjs by pic
every year. By means came originally (constancy years happiness not a lusty pair legs. lie on centre table of \
They your
t than 5,000,000,000 tons of solids are car- .This was all Bertha knew of her, although for the sake of one mortal Not a will reach 2.000,000 this year. N< pr children, and blast with tnoir Wha h. for a knife few} 'tee powder letting a

ned to the ocean annually.The she dwelt eloquently on her amiable stone was left unturec untiring will get wealthy out of this. T fires generations'unbr. You find for favor the fb; 1* fuse rij'1jb'the cori 'He then-

mamer and goodn ss of heart.: search for her, to no avail. No one gin is too small on accdqpt o? '_, books in the desk shol miss, inC lishes by_:_ .dO1'mp places the bottle in the groundhog1
Every night for two weeks If allow saw could be found to give him one ray of 1 competion. Care is takenoy of the young man,in the steamboat' flash. The tin tbat COa
the table of the hotel receptionYou r fuse projecting'oitside.taking ,
.1 I newest feature of social life in the his love safely home, but not as an es- hope as regards her whereabouts. But : f act urers that hoop is not"m, see a light in your child's ten thousand do! 'yu may buy for ten hole, with the

t extreme West is "tamale" parties. The cort. He could not nerve himself to meet he found her at last-found her a new i enough to last forever. The mo! You suddenly go i and rom sa j cents. Fine paji ?_ t t care to pack the earth' tightly

"tamale" is a :Mexican im'enton The those great blue eyes, for he felt that the woman, even lovelier than he had ever I broken in the season the ISvelSe, __ it night ae you doingr' t'r reading.at '' cra-v of ar. ar Jngv1 te at the mouth of the hole and close up- .

venture would lead him to a passionate her.What. trade. The East supplies the West -I', ?- are you reading "A bk" You denioerayjf the *
seen h in other holes leading- -
t is composed of coarsely- bad good plcturgs your firmly all .
eatable look at the book it is a rhe
portion : "Wher
avowal of the love that was surging strange, impelling influence led rolling stock of this kind. -Nne fore jour ( \ aC i *
did itf "I borrowed It" Alas. 'bi\rln. doomed animaL Then tha
and a sort of dressing | you get ; home of the
hashed chicken against his heart like a vast billow. No, him to visit San Quentin he will never Sun. thore always those who and the ,<
are ,
I made of corn-meal, raisins, pepper and he must strive to beat down the vehement know. Was it a mere whim, a fancy, or I like to loan your s abr'o. wou. em on tLa in\'"/! fuse is fired; and the result is that all

olives. A quantity of this mixture attachment that was almost consuming was it the hand of fate striving to make 1 Handy to have in the House. a b book! Eveiywhereee7wheean 1 0 igh purnev.the' Tnck- t''_ itrew9 the groundhogs in the hole are killed

r 'I to!mal make a roll about the size of hiir and let time shape his fortunes. amends for past: discourtesies? I| A veritable boon'to harassed houae- tion den leratu. I cbupitt ; r. Ciath,l r them r __>-nr'- by the concussion. .

enough Harlow had passed two evenings at the San Queutin is a small town, situatedon tn eel the goed pictures on - f m_ ""t "
to the portfo
has discovered. Thktisthe bid morning wake up n *ti
an ordinary ear of Indian corn-is then house of Cora, and each time he set eyeson the bay of San Francisco. It took him < keepers"Witch's ben r," "chan of maweUou' ? tude you of te th theme 1 shall take an the world's their' t mj4iistri- o knowledge aixly Mr. HescLET.an expert stenograph-

covered with corn-meal batter and rolled her some new-bor charm revealed itself but a short time. to ascertain that there I Wa1fvr Anlifltoffa, rturego and bad, tel tr m of the prostitution of er has especial charge of the immense

J up in clean corn shucks. The shucks areI' to his enamored vision. A certain was nothing there to interest his atten. pwer. says we take the following trustworthy and fas hioorie fthfo a -1 .iniquity I These Jeathareat mail, addressed the President of'the
demeanor State's is located t corion -
in her lend
air of constant reserve tion. But stay-the prison e crystn'Ct
and the tamale directions for its manufacture: ikitYs
firmly tied at each end awed down all efforts on his part to di- in this small! village. Another train ,, "Take four wheaten straws tie two together al clnel O \ cy i "" of the younR m United States. Every letter addressed
t wl then looks like a e of corn in the vulge the dictates of his h'ar. If themellow did not arrive for two hours; why not top and bottom, for one side of up in a pj 0 I i .' -cung tnoii 1l'mttun Lujingjaernat to Mr. Cleveland passes through bL .

of tamales so constructed that face at the the time there? bring to bear uifalible L I .. "' hand'
t hu'k. A quantity gaze pass the ladder. Tie the other'.two in the T .; pi OD hands. He sends those in the*
4 arc then put into a kettle and tunes conveyed to his mind the looks of It was the extravagant desire of amorbid I, and short ? '-.: .I' ( sul aal that' Miss Cleve
thenfJnsert Cleveland
same manner, Qpdhelp me tacut. < Pic ten writing of Mrs. ,
had idea A ten, fifty,
into no ( !
cX affection its relaxation a I 8ul $t
; done it will be found that reciprocal temperament. between for Now take Ipt at"I
; boiled. When straws steps and the 4 q"bumhb, and the LnnJredsknuuiuuux land.Mrs. Folsom Cousin" Bea or -
him ,
apathetic stare dispelled the felicitous that the sights there would interest each .
them the
small feathers I
place up chr you. '
on out the corn-husks the tamale realities luicu Mthubut 1tI-in direct to the President -
opening though. Still, his manner and anymore than the commonplace side of the ladder, and the thing is done. % rm ItSflpifcian er I lime o? eternity rA "Best Man Bissell

'is" enveloped in a corn-meal crust and appeared to please and en- of"the village i itself. Now, if aught go wrong, if fire will not Men life. Lif not-xeua'- say-wlbIe .Yes Y fl or depth, mind ghVft'iinean l horror'of..the.theI unopened. All others, no'matter .

: looks like a small }pudding boiled in a tertain her, and at times she grew eloquent He repaired to the prison. The warden burn, nor irons heat, letthe ladder l be a her ar.Women a are ni ," furies. I I great undoing.author itoi Toe in work a whole of death Look th t bad. how addressed as "prmte 'cWfideu-
couU I i
i?.' \\' T Iost Americans like the dish fromthiat. in her responses. \ao very kiul and urbane-he go :waved to and fio in.tb"1i .* the And yet,if you depq of theliterature \kke may do on a h side of I pKtorialAUnder : 1 "personal,*.are opened and
desired. An the ideaearnest engraver : or
he _
One evening, when throu h'the prison if so the day,
gentle moonlight: < : mutt ered I the guise of mirth. the young *
When properly made it is very I the stars studded the vaulted heaven mhcr who escorted him through the different request." fis ', i 1 that life, instead of 1 t antaatic, nan buys one the**,bt Heunroliiit. and indexed \,- -
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':'*t -4"'<. I' t"\ri. < E' \.t_.. ,. 1 months' at hia country residence. t .
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.----p'. ., ,r.-;.... c'..; ;.' "(; ..._..-.,,;.=",_\'' '..'.,1 1 J 'I..J'." ..t ',. .. i'J.ORID. .. .. If I. PURE LIQUORS LINCOLM CI : ; 44 44r

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"S'r.' t -II..f JI" '. TRICKS 2 per .cent lower than any
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'" ,,.4. :: t ; .p lftce t 'rb u scnni Estimate for XiiI Season-Other other h usfl' in 'h" oit). I A SUBURB OF THE FLOURISBING CITY COUNTY,

t1: ." ;4 \J. .!s ,c'' .-h. ,. Fruit ..4 their Pro sp.et. PotWtry orders solioltn.1. Price UsU Subdivisionall'of S 1-2 E of 1- ec. 32 Tp. 6 South ROM '

'. : 1" 'advlloce St nKE. FLA.. May 25. 18S7. upon appliemitiflil.A.geatt'ir! FLORIDA: Being a
; '. LPrJoIl 11"ioe If pAuJ lu 57Q
J.BUP'S St. Lonls flottlodBe'r. & 'N. R. R. 78 acres: Front feet on the.F. R. &
R. :
. ; ; $1J1t pot IaId. ipdvuci I2.no.; cb1Itiit"'ab We harp J just receive a circular. letter 1 i 22 East, lying< West of .

.. .., will be. noti' when his from'the Florida Fruit..Exchange dated i C a ., 91-West Bay Street, N. Railroad: '. .
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., J' 'f-. .': to> srptlon| *" nut *>y.'large cross after May 3d. asking for infornjniio > as to the : Jncllsonvl1ItJ, IlIa 60 FEET WID PLAT DULY SURVEY- .

: ;' -.: ..:7 :hlM! >MAt Itnc1 Jf not or len> *OIherwl._ probable1 drop of orange expected t<. be LOTS 100x200 FEET, MAIN.STREETS _

; ".i\;. .. .tb iperwSI1be. promjrtlj' etoped when gathered lir next season, andes. we believe PURELY VEGETABLE. i AND RECORDED. LOTS IN LINCOLN CITY are red in the real{ 'estate it
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t criptlou cxpiers.8bortrticle .HIt< rcll..ry ."
Jt. "- the infornwtiou-su'lgUl will lie, of 1 and zens oj opportunity tomes
: :' market to fill a long felt need of\our'colore friends
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.ff. : of pwWIc ..1l1t&rnl'will interest to the publlo w' write ynn to .*ny KIDNEYS V'

.; .:'c ". :. ',' bprfcpir*! with pleasii re aQd Qblilllh that last season we shipped from this din BowL, purchase at low prices and on liberal terms town, lots and 'to have.and to hold"ED .: :
./ I . but ia writing, wd'e plainly auduiaka trict 7,000 boxes. The more. caul ions AND for themselves. In this "Land of LIberty well l as oj iwers and fruits, it is the fright V

: -;_. .: your story &It abnrt as pofcalfcl;., People estimate the yfeld for next season to bo AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR-* :

-, $..:!' _' ... W not eve tn ri ad long winded articles. Dic :bir4 1 Luger, tlwTir i "in wy 9,3:$:; I : lOd!, Bowel Complhita.p.p.ps1a. : of every citizen and within the means of every end tic and thrifty man or

r*" r ..f .. "./ $'% ik3.TjfJaJiiIt. L: _. 4V I887.. : '. .in .flCying Others and shipping who were"!ast l rgoly year engaged sny very' ConstlpAtioi*ldney.AcUons Btok IlloocneM Headache JamidJe, 4 woman, to own for himself or herself a spot of green eart with a bit of God's blue ;f -1l

, I ;-p$: ;- %:' .-,Tbff-imle.fJ'J) .i-! ,' :. of MoClenny. .. }' one ef the- positivery that the yield will be not .\\ysn '. Cental DepveMtoBt Coll*, RIVERS & JOINER sky above it, upon which to build for sclf and loved ones -etty home. ,, Undisputed J ,,

a .,;. ;.> "- 1ts .,igirni- .weft.r. ut. Baldwin. .*:> than dauble.'' so that tf-tlje Inlter estimnte H.-o BEST! FAMILY MEDICINE[ l possession of the soil (pne's home, however umble, imp dignity and power to the < :
prove c1)rlrcl the yield will lIca' .
.(' *:; Serwal canwof yellow ten .DWle STAHKE, FLA. owner, employs otherwise idle hours, and turns waste in wealth. '

If. .. -. 'appearnncc in Key West, WftIr.there LuxOur laet V und Io HonseWSboild be It LINCOLN CITY I IHOICE 1 '.
U nod* gr..f the disease upreadlng oranges year were bright ,. Without DXISS W CHE MlflS! THE LOCATION OF
)*rq, ruhnjng about 123 to the bog, and J and t>7b.ln kept ready Immediate c
",. "', ..,." .. other panl of the Stale it will J S.*efl| fprus ip many inttappai they were too large will save many( an hour of snUbrlng ai4pmeny : i The soil good and suited to successful growing of the ange, Peach, Strawberry J .

.. ". ,. to keep well j)&*Iha ajert' and to. the dollar In time and doctor bUll TOIlET( tD rtY/ TCLES ,
,mean n time !ct us put our Httle ity III't running 72 and 66 to the Itox. THERE W BUT ONE .. ) Pear, Grape, Fig, &o.and of all field and garden crops gro in East Florida, The ob-

, i.r9* ..'. .'. S .. clean l .condition, if we bare'. no. fie*lth our From'present fruit to.be quite appearances as large and we as expect bright SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR PATENT MEDICINES, &c. II ject is to GIVE FUll HONEST VALUE FOR THE WXET PAID d to encourage thrift and I ,

r : .officer one of the fifrt duties of Ibe .tM M.iM with r4 "Z"
'. ; council -in yo | in and beatifyin mes of their
; '. S .' U to appoint rood truitjrintm tnlookafter color as they were last season. M tout of w,". Prtpartd oaly by PREsrlu'rIO'tS c"aFFULL'Y $, energy amoungour colored citizens owning own.PERFECT. "4
.. This statement is curious comment ". H. Z E ILl N & C Sol. UProprUton OLEA.jAN :
c i' ..:. .. the beajth of giir'city, we., have .a the assertions of those who the f'i11d.lplli8 Pa. PBICK L SJ1.OO, (.O,1POJirvD AT .ILL nouns.DRUJM (1 The TITLES TO LOTS and '

.. t t. >. .' :., .. ... ."' piod reputation: 'let us keep It:. ;.q year before last said that persons the frptgcs had V bauked by warranty deeds from our old reliableicitizens JOl RICHARD and GEORGE !l li

.t : k; n"BTOW .&., M y.27th188J.. destroyed tt>e groves In this section. \Vr Another Art Craze. : II
8! I !2 ; .' E. PACE. '

.1, 'J'o the'Editor of THE TFUWRAJ-H:. do not wish to make invidious compaii-, The latest art worlcire among ladies it known t1i!. Vam r/rrs ARK PRICED PKOM $10, ONLY, HP TO ? sO, $ riling to choice location, 7 1':"
Court met at 9 after sous between this district aud others hut as the Frcisfh Craze,' for m. three
a. calling Klasswure. etc. It I Is something1nfirfy new, 1, Terms $5 cash on each lot purchased and balance in month r quarterly instalments ) {
;: or four' r the Kingrfcy witnesses the Slate as the public wants the truth we JQ! not : and is both j-rofltable and fagdnatin It is very :;
. ,v., : in New York- Boston and other ICastcricines. af ;;.e- ) within G to 12 months, with interest at 8 per cent per an WILL SELL l"R03.A. j l
popular ..
,, rested *od court adjourned at 11 a. In. to see why.it should be withheld because its : To ladies delring to lent the a Art, Wt' T' ttV (1 HALF LOT UP TO A BLOCK OF 4 ACHES to suit onrcha
. t ,. 2 p. m. ..The defense declined to offer publication redounds to the credit of a will senil. an elegant chine placque (s.i/e' IS 6 1 ,
" .; any inches) handsomely decorated, tor a modeltogethtr !1 LINCOLN CITY IS BUT 20 MINUTES WALK FROM 1' TAnKE DEPOT, MAIL
.; testimony and claimed,.the opening and northern county. The tiutu is that whilst with box of material. 100 colored designs r.-:: r AND EXPRESS OFFICES. CHURCHES & SCHOOLS IN S [T, VERY CONVENIENT. j.j
assorted in flowers, animals, soliders! landscapes -
.. the south last 1
fr .. .closing argument usual in BUCU cases; at oranges grown season were etc.. complete with full instructions wi > The recorded plat can be seen at the Law Oillcc of C. L. Plots who will cheerfully show 2i
: : about generally small and rusty (or by common upon re kipt of only Sl.tO. The placqne alone
; ft
: p. .m. .judge charged the jurry, to purchaser* an eeule ) ,
: is worth n ore than the aroourt ctull'gt'l. To eXllaillllrices and terms prospective con tracts qfsale. and '
r report are so said to have been) ours as ordering this outtlt who enclosed the i
. "-:' ,. AndTheyaben.retired; after deliberatingtjplll every lady deeds. Apply at once if you want choice of lots. ii
address of nve other ladies Interested in Art 91
: '. above described and .. I
t: .. ;* ,:10 p. m. !they decided oh a verdict. were large bright. mutters, to whom v/o can mail our new catalogue : Vt-* : V. OIR.AJBS

. .' .: .. Court waf"theo called"fie: jurry polled The freights too are necessarily lower : of Art Goods, we will enclose uxtra and CrXsKINS CALL OUST l'l.i '
. .' # without i-harpe, a beautiful 30, inca.good-tinted J. L.
. 'r ", :: y" and the verdict jead. which was murder here than they are to greater distances I placque. Addiess iEA.11t IN COME _. PEEK

'f .' ;'. {n the second the south, and here we have the repute of TIlE E1U11RE NEWS CO.. i }
,. .' ,. degree, penalty for Syrucuse N. .Y Drugs & Medicines : PiA. '
'. using or requiring to use less commercial ," TARKE
Z : : '. ,which is imprisonment for life will proba- 4- Starke Fla. ,

. *-' :. b.ly be sentnce4} tomorrow a. m, at 9 fertilizers. Our trees though just now SHE lUFF'S HAL RICHARD & PACE.* V

.'. .. .. having in their color too much of the or
4 .. : ... oclock, ThU of course holds Mrs. New. Physicians' Prescript ions .

.. : .: '. : caktle'fd tb-'.faU) term to be"tried as ac' yellow, are in a fairly goad condition. Py rinure J-->'f eph an L.execution Hill,Justice issued o'oat the of Peace.JuaticeCourt Uarefl/lli CIJtll omitted ut fi'lt(/ ''< iliitj ut gJJ STARKE, FL ll. ,

_ ; : .'" .: : cessary. Tie| jqdge deciding to take up. Some of them have put on a remarkably ; in and for. Urudford county. Fl -rtda, dated May *fy't; e 5 V .
1 20th A. I' IS-i" in f\VOl'ofW. If. lwards and
.y t :..' po other data here at thitenn. fine growth and we are encourage to be I against \VHIiain Bripss upo-i a fin,l ju I Sjniv( t July 20, IS7: ) -11 t. tglL '

: lieve that future fruitage will fully makeup : reiidere.11 I. aid i; .m-t 01.: the giith day of April, -- -- tV' Yt"J6YJ '.gttXvj: : .j :; ;
,, ..;-a .;. P. I A. I). 18S7 for the sum of sixty it-ven 21 HOdollar

.. :. : r Our reftders are all familiar with the for the set back they received in'86-87. together- dainas with*i.l.'*: accruing and .l1't l cose.!'21'io and to i'oVai'9 medirecied\ co-'t
_i : :-1: .. "above case- we believe"., but-will give the Our peach crop will be large. The I have levin! UI'O' niul will seil to the Ui hMt 11-7' :! -__ -_. ,. .

; ;: .' ,. ..:.. : '.'"bata ce in H few words for the benefit trees are reported to be loaded, and it is July bidder A.ut D.pul.li.l-7bei; auction gthe o-lh tae:day firct of said Monday ino th in ; 'L&'MANUF V V .7

.. .' ;, of tbose who may have forgotten. On the said the crop will exceed that of last year between the lethou\ .s "r sale at the courthous..do..r ,.A.. NOTICE.I .
. in the to u of lAke Butler in (>aidcounty I
1. .. .. 7th day of last January Mr. J. C. Neven.de which was unprecedented. Emulating ol Brndf..rda"d State nf.)iesa.id all the OTURER hereby no'iy the cttixcns of Slarkp
: ;. .. ; :.. wa. the of our tst rem d Law ley right title : ud iuterest of the s.ii-1. Wiliimi! Brigsrs
," \ ." i- ;. and.killed |n his bed at enterprise which he had or co. Id hive had at tin time <-f and surronmir J: country that I have

: : : '. ..: .Fort lea e: Johnson was at once arrested friends and neighbors, many persons em rendering ot !till jiicyen! tin and to I ne followinjj OK AND DKA1.EI5 IN (' .>, .my, ollu-a over the store of li. 1!.

. .. ; ::.. ,. ';.. .. an d. admjl'ted the killing, but said barked in the cultivation of strawberrieslast .lying tls'rilO and being Iota in or said parcels cnlt3o II' I mds.it:situated On. Si\vt'l and] Dressed Y'IJUi'ilc! I : Jones wlior# I11 be found every fz //ft"

JfewcHstleVas fall and while of course, we cheer- (I) cre in tht'wet end (.f*t plat of six (0) acres Lumber of'l'r) DC'l't'iptlm: anlQuality. Saturday for tho purpose of assesii ,
4.. living to killWs wife but said lot-u rn LeI' Fix (C) l'Haid pl.it. lie, K a the taxes of the Eastern portion of Bradford '
'. : IM willjbe seen by the above, evidently the fu'.ly yield precedence to the Law ley fractional nart of the s E Corner of tha N Jfi Ji county. Every property owner iL _.
of N E section fine __
H twenty ((2U: ) Townshipsix _
: ,: ': jurry atd'nut think.be was jush ed. growers, we are glad to say. we have 16)) south of range 22 esst containing one acre Laths, Pickets, RaillllW: I Bra(.ket\ is curdialiy'mviltd t.> call Rnd see mo, ;- .1 _
". shipped to date 20768 quarts. We hopeto more or)..5. Together with all tixtures b.iildingsimprpreuieutsajdopperuwa : and J'iuisliing Lumlier' constant onIiand. acconiiaii6il) t l>y their land) cloedf, ax ]J i / VI _
: : ; OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. ces to belonging want to make a close and correct ass -bsinent V
.' do better next season, aud anpeitaitiinif. lYoirty pni; ted out; by for: the year 1"ST.llcapaclfully. -

.: ,. 1H:? : _;; ., W.tsuINoTox.D.C., May 00. 1887. Yours respectfully, Plaintift's Attorney.HENRY- EPrER O ', J i1W: Spceia! atlcution tjivon to Filling _
Orders with iispali-h. X. U. WAISRIOIIT.4w. _
: .' !TO UM Editor of THE TELKOKAPHRecognizing : GARDINKR & PRATT. Sheriff of Bradford CVuuty. ill _
Tax Assessor Bradford Co. .
L. B.RUODES, t, I"
. ---- -- -
),. ; ; :. ; ., .tlie difficulties that would, A CALL. Plaintiff's Attorney Scroll WorK V _

fI :. .... :. be encountered i in Mayes.4t. iii _
attempting a detailed For a Sunday School Convention and
.: : .: 4 AND OF I
., .. account of the great Natiopal Prill, even Meeting to be held at L ke Butler, Florida .

...'. ", V :" :" .. were the space.allotted me 'wuch greater. on the 24lb aud 25th of June 1887. FLontD.\ It All.WAY ANP Vegetable and OrangeCRATES --THE AGE IS-- ----w:
: : b than'ihat.afforded the NAY UA1'IONCOM PA NY. .
by columns
-". V of a tn pursuance with a resolution passed i _
; .
? .: :. Mw.pa1\er. I will'not attempt to discuss by the State Sunday School Convention TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, ltS7, 12.01 a. rn. Samantha at Saratoga _-
'. V. V .t'1-V' the subject in detail. The fcentleman this.call is made and we thought best to All Trains Kun by 90th Meridian. Time (C,itral). V .
: consisting' the ponfmtttee WESTERN DIVISION. A SPECIALTY. l hy Jo.siiih Allen's Wife. Miss Hoi.I.Y .. ;
'V which, a' few locate the first meet a centrally a. possible Shortei-t and Quickest Route to New Orleans and -
7V V, V. !. '. month since i :. conceived of. and hare the Southwest. Direct Connectioiig to Pol ts llI'lItl\lI of !last season amid the whirlOF
e- ;. West and Northwest KAhiuoj) and takes off its follies flirtations. -
.. .. V since perfected and earned execution, The object of this Convention is to organiffe "a" Dlt'a a A, At, time, -p" means r. M,-timc. ALSO FOR sALE : luw-qcckift dressing, pug dogs. in 7,

.. ".o ., :::: :'V V,. _; Jne details of so stupendous undertaking the Sunday School work in this Read liP V Rend down. )her inimitable mirth-provoking style. The' __ -
No. 10. No. 2. No. 1. No. 9. 1. I' -
: V UthaiiflroIved.1dtebr1ptogtber) : In county! stimulate superintendents, teachers 11 40a 7 30p Ar JftcVFo.yille.Lv s Oa 30.p 1.0'k i is PROFUSELY ILI.VSTHATKD by OP The above cut represent the cur of Air. Von b. \\ ebu. winch is to carry the

.. V .". '..friendly"competition$ the representative and scholars, and ascertain the wants 10 818 SO&a 5 liOpArUaltIwln WpArljike ('it}....... LvlU Lv841a lOa 405p 5sp712a 3,5.. '6 i .OA"nm I 0', .selliinnicnslv.PKK. the renowned 3t$2.50.of 1'rcK.Vil KKIGHT products of Florida on exhibition to the *rn cities. ta al 1 the large FairtaatJ-

.6-. : ;.. ,. ": military! nrKauijulions of thirty! one -their and progress of each and every school of 4 =7 pAr ArMaitliso I.h'e Oilk., ...Ar JII [ 72i1p AGENTS WANTED.HUBIJAllOBUOS. Adulres. other places of importa-U gatheringa.: Brail couaty cau not afford to ncglectlt
, ',, + IS II a :J o I) AI' 1201 P II ;)7J
. ,' undertaking. all evangelical denominations. Our 5 15a 2 5OpAr 10IltiC..1l0 AI' J S3p w3mOa : V I ., Pubs Philadelphia.Penuu. secure a spice in this Cur, if other counties fcrtise in this way and we do nut how

V : "The space surrounding the; Washington motto; The Bible in possession of everyone 1 40 a 12 I Il5pArTallahasaee..Ar OH p Ar Quiucy ,.ArJ 27p$! p 11 110 5p u I R r D 7 will \vs.feel if th.-y derive great baiLs fr Jt and Bradford the !fonpcr coun f

V : ., :. :.V Monument covered .witb its white tents,, and Its truths taught to every child' 12 01 p 11 25 p Ar Riverjun?.. vr oj 03 p iI i 30 a OF .i1 remains dorma.'lt.The I *
: rendered HOOp 1O.UtaArMirit" na...Ar 5i)7p) 4O" a ChURCH DIRECTORY. .
... V brilliant by the varied uniforms "We desire to -ascertain as nealy as 800p 8,15aLTDeFuui.ikSpr.Ar 7.O.ip H..Oa -
V V and-regimental colon of the variOQI 300p .l5aLv l't'n cC'lit'.Ar fl.JUp ll.oOa Suitiiblt: for Orange (hoves, in Lots-
or. the following
12.15 p 3.00 a WIII'tl\ton.! ,.Ar llXtt p a 15 p
V V. V ganizaiions represented, and the scene 1st. The number of scheols in. .our 1.00a Lv Mobile New Urleans..Ar.,. Ar 7.-Oa 2.:,a 7.10p of I 10 acres and! "u, as may wanted Act 11: 20- :,- Peter 4: 16. Largest Boo tore South"

IV : : f enlivened by the strains of martial music, county. ,- 7.20a- 7.50pLvMontKoiuerv..Ar 8.00pkv 7.13H 7A1n- Nov 1-ly.
G. P. Young the Pastor pn.-achcs at
t .' serve to recall the of 2.55 p .,a Lv Na.-Uvill ...I' ttiOp 7:0 a L. "* S
-I days 1881 and (
1883, .. Kumber f-officers, teachers and
.. 12.45p riigaLvEvaasvillo V AT l.lda .. HAMPTON
& '. V .
J when as now. the streets of the National scholar 8.35p 12.30uLv LotisnIl'Ar 2i'5a S.lOi PATENTS. HccueE RBW
V each IB at 11 and Saturday
: 815 a 8.SO p Lv Cinc.nnati Ar 6iiIIM p Lnrd'sday 1m. -
? Capital echoed to the tread of marching 3d.. Denomination.4th. 7.10a V 1..0 p Lv t)1 Louis ..Ar 7.-fia KAY p at 7 :0 C
: m.
L'. regiments. Erom Oregon to Maine 8.f0 p 8.40 p Lv Chicago ..Ar 10.80 a 7.00 p p. .3s9
andI" Number of books in library. --- ) and :
: : from Wisconsin No 1 and t daily. No 9 and 10 daily. STARKE TREET, '.
) ..:iV to Texas, nearly every 5th. Where new schools are needed. Through sleeping can on 1 and 2 to New Orleans FRNKLIN HOUGH each 2nd Lords day at 11 a. m. and each

:'f.,,. :i.. State in the Ui.ion sent her quota to the Every schools requested to foward JAOKSONV E
.,t F. R. and N. sleeping cars on 9 and 10 to Do- Lord's chtyat; 6:30: p. m. J J j fau.
.. Drill, and wha ever the decision Solicitor! cf mericanbnt! Furign
.. of the the best report they can. Each school is Funlak Springs. MAXVILLEeach

f '..:, Judges may. be as to the relative merits of entitled to two delegates, All ministers SOUTHERN DIVISION.Shortest Patent \VHOLfeSALE / [ D RETAIL. l
3rd Lord's at U and Saturday
and quickest route Orinesville. Ocala a. m. ,
: ,
the various
:i-s .
: organizations, it may be truthfully in the county are Ex otHoio members. Lee&burjj, an4 to all points i i Suth Florida. P2.; F. STKKKT.: X. U*. before at 7:30 p. ml| 1 1001", STA'rIOXER'A'. PAPER, IUSI TOYS ANTI FANCY- GOODS ".
V .. : saidlhat without a single exception ,We have the assurance that eminent Read up. V Read down ,
V V pi Xenr U. S. Pau-nt f(?l'e. WASln '(HTO'J. D. C. HIGHLANDeach
V every one of the sixty companies present workers from different parts of the SUt*, 11.25 Not. No 4 00 8. ArFernandina..Lv 10.10 No 7.a---NoS Personal attention g'wn! to tini.-ci>arjtion and .thl time ]latest Books, Newspapers and Period!received as soon as published, and <
.. ;', p prosecution cf Upplii-fitions, for Litters Patent. 4th Lord's day afllti.. and Saturday mpplie a.t putli.sImers My sto'k is ,
... coil In
the Drill
: at presented creditable 7.45 a 2.45 p Ar .Ar 11.27 every UlartJUeht. l\lerebaDtt
appear. as well as members of the State Executives p6,00 Lefore tho U. S Patent Office attended ml Consumeri f
All bu ilels
de tst.
... __
: .. a 1.4-1 p Lv Buldwi Ar 12?So p t'es.V.on! is before at 7:30 p. in. may nn Getting price low us any Northern e1ty. AU
V. auce both to and the will be ... to for moderate patent >r\ers filled .
P .V camp upon drill Committee present.It 2.SOp. ;a AI'Jlckso.vllle. vll35a900p drawiinjof invention with claims, ChURChVORSIHI' promptly 8 aLurate1y. .
: VV; grounds, and the Nation &.U a 1.35 p Lv Baldwin..Ar 12.2UplO.03i> granted a addrr'oii jour will be in the Have also largely ineoase'i) mv stoc' ofJL
V may. b jQstly is expected that the delegates will 4.lOa .) p Lv I awtey ...Ar 1.I8p you rnr.me and published B.'LL GOOi)3 and now ban :
11.24p3,45p I
V that ... United States Patent Office Gazt-tte. paper of AT ORANGF.COLLEO1I vf\q.thi"K including BATS & 13ALLM IIEL CAPS, it{ 4
proud In-her citizen 9-30 :-'pLvHtarkfl .Ar 1. 2p \SKS. GLOVE.'J. &DC
soldiery she meet o'clock 11.47p ;
promptly a. m., immense circulation, and the only paper that ranging 10 J1rlce from I ho cheap'SL to the be .
9.45p 10.35 a I.v Gaineli\'ille..Ar! 323p 745a each Loid's day at 11 a. in. : y prioos are lowand special ter
;: possesses standing army "which will Friday for permanent organization and 330p 'i.CO a Lv ('edarKe., .Ar 6.X, p 2-Op publishes this free. will bo aua p to c.jalrs(!t clubs bqylllg In qn ;: '
.. Agenc3" in the United States p."esses PRAYER MEETING
': compare favonibly not in point of numLtr transaction ef business. It is earnestly! .2.02 a 11.0411.1t.31pLvHawthorne.Ar 2.2'p 1.15a superior facilities for obtaining; patents ascertaining -

.7: V' : .* af least in proficiency military desired that every school in the county be -.117&10 2 m ...
1150p 10.10a Lv Ocala ....Ar 352p 3.15a .. -
: / (discfplipo.witu -the Uorrespondi-nce in>ited. JACKSOXYILLE
expensivestanding FLA.HEFRONTiti
: represented in this organization. Saturday 1o-p 9.00 a Lv Wildwood._ Ar4F5p4.ia_ --- .
: -- ,
L.,. : r. armies of foreign nations. ".1:p e.s a 14v iauHHonKee...Ar 5.48 p 10.05 a f% | can live at home, and make more -.--- .
11 o'clock there will be -
V : at a general '-8.40p R a>a Lv Kumterville,.. Ar b.50p 10.20 a 111 B money at work for us. than at any- --- --
p 1 An unexpected iocldeJ1tlO m J: in Mass Meeting 8 08 p 7.52a Lv at. Catket-iueAr 0.85 p 10.57 a.Ar STARKE LIVERY STABLE. Y 1111 thing else in this world. Capital not ONCEMOREL1JO : !
2.'l8p1.50P 7.1. Lv OWtnboro Wwneeded .
: "* a 7Q5 P 11.57 p ;you are stated free. Both ,
COflntCt1OnWIththeii.Wedne. : Each school will be .expected to sing 7.00 a Lv Dade City. ...Ar ":& p rj,25 p sexes;an agt's. Any one can do the work. Large \ V J
1 .. day eTenin,. Jt bad b V fine styles
V song. -.own. V p 815* Lv Tavares ....Ar 5 45p 6.15a terms free. Better not dely. Costs you nothing
: fr ;:t nil of.,tbejrlslting compelIeEiiduld' parr book title:' "Worth Living." wilf fe "Y,5lp- 7.21.Lv Apopka .. ..A6.31, "-IS a FEED AND SALE STAIJLES. to send us your address and find out: if you are
A- & .'otm 1.5i..LV,Orlandor' T.Otip hIS a wise you will do 80 at once. II. IIALLfcTT & FINE ANl
de.T (
tlcipate lb"e! par. |(0TmI.of! the given.as apprize to the school that'doea'he Through Bleeding Cars on NOB. 8 and 4, 'be CO., Portland, Maine.FIVR SHOES "FOR V

80utheNl- CCtlllpa.iii.. .%|i&t"1eaDtnJ that beat amg ng. "*-"to tween Jacksonville and Orlando,without change A
If. r. bid 0-56 dollar a berth. Nos. 7 and 8 daily Nos. 3 the New Yeais TRADE. Gre
c .tcol $. beezi ..
V as.lV .EerybodOlLloYltedt come and bring and 4 daily,except Sunday, J. argains in Footwear. {

\ A' signed poeUobV) || the line refused to th'eir baskets, and be sure to have sorn- FERNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE NUANCH THOUSAND No fct-Ul

L. I march tUpany." thing to eat, in them, and enjoy a general! (Daily) YA Agents Wanted! Double quick to sell Fancy Prices. Only sn ( oo. 1

?: _: Theitrills t of the variouszouaV picnic. Read Noll.up.Non, SoG.Jii2.Head down. YIt JOE HO'V ltD'S BtECHERIKFIXITEI : t

,. IT .ie.If qipinies were to the general- Address all V communications I to., John 5.45 4.OOp p 8.20 7.00aArFernandiL..A a Jacksonville .., Lv .uO- a a :a -LIFE Of A. Ii VON tlRN

I pubUcyljh4f M l intereiflng>.of all 1 the exItiblUbDiuBITen King, Lake Butler. Fla, CONNECT' V Y the most VALUABLE occaust j
At Callahan with .8v-an urnouts'W.'tirn ItZ
V ( coming closely from the family circlt
.V $ by the vuitinfcompa iefl..1 S. Railroad .
8. PH for 8* _
t I Uata?Charleston Wash! and by a MASTER HAND engaged a "La THE POPULAP AND SilO
,- TbeniMUiieriswMeliLtbt::various' _fancy JOHN B. YjMt Cincinnati. St. LcuiBfCwestandPNorthwe.it.gtoa: -'w.if, ,. ,_...,._.,.,-4 V bor of Love." Richly Illustratedsteel PT )USE--STARKE.

) movements?wheeH-1 1 '-**- "I- Sees State .'' .,, Firt-clafcs tuuniouts furnish at nil portrait, &o. Will SELL immense .
"Iver Springs, with itiverlde *
and sklrmUh.drills sto -,. -- V ly. MILLIONS want a STANDARD Life HI
fil'ODe: of lfcer:" the dtiOrS.aGLm.ra: City with Florida Soul V ad, hours day or. night the GREATEST PltKACIIbK AND ORATOR of Rteimatl n' dD Neuralgia Cured I u I NERVOUS?
V Terms 1: 'utiilile. Give i I ritl..XiillES '
.- I bay how toe Brooksvlllrt. Bartnw and Tan V ( : ; :u the AGE. Quick i is the word. Territon I r
V 1 of 1I. sked ItIwM.L At Orlando, with South Flor St for 5 ALVAUEZ. chcmicI1.1
in demaud.
'V'. .' Sanford Loctelana and Tamjk IRKAT Send for circular, The Indiana Co hava diVcovercil o .%.t' Hirfr from- 1"-'(- I'ri'
.d strawberries :tarkc i'lu.
-thtI4 upon At Cedar Key. with Steamerl '. i"'V and 50 tents for outfit to HUIJDARIROS. ) feeUa J oli nn>nl;,t_ ?' "d! gronha ..AiW Word of comma Brat attempt to Monday ai-d Thur day, or MCLYDE'S r .. Pubs. Philadelphia. Pa. :a compound which acts with trulymarvelous .,11 fvcr\v
V':.$V: 'they broke'for the fence rapidly. formed, __1 et. I planted NEW YORK ASh FI .NJLCE O"INSOLYENCY.1XOt'tT rapidity in tl.c cure of Ilheumatism can jt-Miic* ,ilciriiit.upd Do yon lack f
., ast'iJ' fDo1d SHir'LlXE.Sila Said c and Neuralgia.Vc I am n. stren"ti! >:mi vlt='nty from ny >f
& V f pyramid, tossed and cleared bindand" COUIIT, Bij.inroRD Cm'STY, FLORID.iVhereas. jjmruntee it '
up passed over from Fern.uidinc! 3unda| cau Jf..afllh -tehor if ,vou ard trou- ',
1 .. their guns; and with cat-like agility followed I _dollar* worth of Commer- from Jacksonville Fry, y. for. V V of'the estate. HeiiryW.ot (j. ,,. rpiturson.FI'T' 'f\n. deceased Administrator, Ute liargiiin in Music. to cure any and every < asc of acute Inflammatory Ible fa ,liol..t.,: "r t .vI nasure." send m

themselves. When but twp m al fertilizers, I hive received to date New York. V of said county haviiisrliled in the .frce of the This Favorite Album of Soungs a-j cash clear of SEA. ISLAND ROl VV CouiiV Judge of .'ui.L l cuunty written stig? -stioa countainirg thirty-two pieces of choice end[I. 2 DAYS, and to gi.tim.ncdiate relief tlesftion or t.:;*;.. I..r fuTf iniorii1tiO.Ei
.V ... remained, and t"ie spectators;ere_ oesa- expenses besides we Steamer Express leaving Jacl, uvula' 0 p. or the insolvency of said estate. Notice is popular mutic. full sheet music size with com ilJ.'! P'pl.: t'urta" uJozo F
V .. : V lug nut a way of saving them one jum have. had strawberries for family use for, m. Wednesday and Saturday connect with'the hereby nature given whatever to all ugaiiit persons said flaying e.scate claims t., tile of any the plete words. and music and piano accompani; t''in chronic cases and effect a speedy cure. TttjM UN I..- It la endorsed bY'the .

upon the shoulders'of thetifter: them :three months and will V eVefant" Wick Steamer Darian.St.Nicholas.Savannah,Inside con-iefting Route Withers for same duly: authenticated. in the office of the nient attractive i finely printed cover.upon The heavy following paper with ij On receipt of 30 cerits, invn cent j ho |,ri'''<:'lle nierlii'Hl pi..C,W'*
S for Baltimore PkiUilrlphia New York County J'y ". of said county on or before the titles of the songs and ballads are the'stamps, we will) send to* nnaddrcs the and> nteliiet p.rfeona \\'hu have in- i
: the top ofjhf. fpnoe, tz4. l&efe "tj buncUnce for sei ,_, OIton. WALTElt O. UOLEMAN. IHh day of July A. I). 18f>7, at which time a pro Favorite Album:-As I'd Nothing contained Else to in Do tbE::!receipt for this wonderful; ) compound, ve ,,: il imi**ris. JV $5 Treatment :

,- .V. V bout and helped qphjt fellow, : bare my .Traffic m PAPY. Gen, Tray. Agent rata the payment same so Will far be xs made the assets to creditors will extend entitledto and The the Little D-ar feet Old Songs of Home; Mother. Watch ij,which can IKS filled by tour? home druj'glst deli1addi t freo to UI1 l erM.ii in eve'l ...M.r
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On W Wednesday evening Ute camp- was will beaexfoeuon. Manager. A. O. RUcDONELL the said adnrnistrator will then be dischaed. Blue Eyes; Katy's; Letter Pretty; The Blue-eyed Passing Beili Witch I i:;' at small cost. AVe'ake this means of tow i.-t" tv>tli cxprax* and postoflU 1t
-V z.V Had I General Passenger a tad Ticket Age Witness my tame cs founty Judge, of said Saw Exau Kissing KateWon't You TeU ['giving' discovery to the public instead ofIputting :Imi enclose DO cents .to co tr
visited by the most severe thnndeV storm no County this tne jitti tlay January. A. D. 2887. I cft" or.'I
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D. E. MAXWELL Robin The 1" lIIra.l
.. have V u Why. ; Old Garden Gate; Down Be it out as a patent medicine, it )! delivertug. ;=
V V V of the season but aside from. the 'ovejC qu Idllied V-V General Supcri'iU-pdant. V Jan, 15 6m. J. It.County RICHARD Judge, I low Among the Waving the Summer Lindens Roses; Faded Leaves All Hjbeing! much len ex.nsive. We will deai Curt k for Treatment "IJ." AITdret.

.7- --I -:" .' turning of two or three of Ute tents which Gently, My pretty touLsi I really; Tough don't the think Hair]j J gladly: refund"money if .satisfaction is not Sy )zone Y. Co., Wieting. Blo6..t'
Jiad not been properly secured and the lam -V itwuipa ATTENTION! ---- -- -- -- shall Marry; Dreaming of faome;Tlie olJ Cottage.';.given.I A
V well, ; 'SES We are now pre- () I tIockAcross; the Sea: A Year Ago Bl.chrJor'1 THE INDIANA ('HEJIICAI.Co. 1.
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;.IF .' ., renseqaent drenching of the occupants, V 7OP34 E.c: ,, a V lasea with employmeut at V 4. KEENE Hall; and I; Good Night: One Happy Yea: Crav-fonlsville V 'i
.) mdus e _l *tina*. nr for their !Iure Ago;Jennie in the Orchard:The Old Barn Gate Ind. BIVEBS
ittje done.
damage was a. li.g '
: special xes, V the work. L.ir... Dt'w.llght and profitable.L Millinery, Fancy.. Dress Goods Jack's FarwellFolly fine ; Wnfaper ie the Twilight,. Feb. 5. 87.-1y. ITO ,
: Ths PreMdrpt accompanied by' Mrs .cawe here Costly oute easily carp from I) cents Thia is a very collection of real vocal,. V
Sparts NOTIONS. KID GLOVES, PAnA UL8.I and gotten In DEALKft 6t
up handsome
.' .60. yern o8tIi you b and a'propo.lIum bye I very style. Pub- -
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V Cltveland. Mr. and Mrs.Jjjjaont, and a : ama wcl the climate. out; if yon a to the !. Uoj-- Silk Umbrella: Z' l.vrsand all kindsof lishep In the usual way and bou.h at a raw* GROWERS:
V so a much That all I rtore. these 32 pieces would COM Jll.W STRAWBERRj D..y- GOODS
V'; : party of select-fflends! ashington citizens ef 8tatke JLVLL.O as men. you W
lefj vicinity material fir bought a Jeb lot of this !
AI ar eeqd their ap t tet-t at a great aoriftc just received a .
'.**" Thursday last forlfi J!Adirondack think that Starke Is destined In ie n make this 0_>tch a4Itre I I. and as the holidays are past we desire to clou plarpe supply or the CELEBRATED AND 4VIRGINjA
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: V future to be one of the fled win Sln to) pam V Ji"aneu n'lt.. out our stock at olce. Will send you the enth'j
V rV- ,teglon.wliere they will"'ipeiuJa fSr das most thriving a It ofwriUns. Full parttCuUr.dress ad) 1 collection well wrapped and postpaid for aSh VENTILATED HEICRY G C R..IS
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V V V 1kationupon1hDru prosperous V this Land of ewerjLKBJ GEORGE TlJ.ONV. {'. : ::i]>i to cmlerx. Wcta. Send juinjwlmtely. Address. I 'RATES AND STAflCCAKD QUARt'JBAKETS
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:'<1)).. ". 'f other .excellent remedies, is ft the city Dlttrct Copfercaee of tbe IU. pCharclt 8s fine as any in the United .States. The I.'t' c01 :1M .
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uirsammr City council meeKTueadny night.LAkc.Yieirhas Gainesville'and a* is:attested .bjr eertitiU .c, FU."M r 5, 1887.. '- said to be of an'extra, tine quality. The ..I .I l". "' V-.0'4o.; ,,,1'."' J'__J,."- "JI '"..,::,, .- ." .

.. .. <* ofsouofurbatoUlzensts' remedies AnQiori4d Pub.lifatlon In Free. ..Pre company will in a short time b.ave their I 1.1:1. t.1'i'.d.oiiI'.,. ,. .. r. :Aoi ", "
store r. .
: ; a postuOIco, church. are deserving POP1.\J r. Prpt Dodd's AU intelligent .observer cannot fail to wares on the market. They propose at first i ." "I \ : \ l. : "

court house' And.- niayof' -J"" "*- ,-. -ljr- ._ 2jyears' residcnoeantxp" in notice that temperance u one o.f the q ost to confine their.work to Jars, j jugs, pots : :!I it a ce: lJ 1' .t. : ." ..; s .

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'It't: We noticed Mr\ II. Jarrett, o.f LakeSide .Florida. entirely .' him fir proper prominent subjects that occupy public etc., Ston.e ware 15 a household nectsity, I : I'- c' 'iJ< 1 w..: J 'if"'.
op our *tt tll Tbur dI\Y. nDU(38.suited to on>diseasesi.Mr attention. .It discussed, in private. circles but }V'being heavy and fragile the freight .: a ',2 TLthE' .'It' ..;:.r.-" ,"i: .;, &..,.'

Now is the time to subscribe to the *: P. R. Morgan and 3 children left churches l nud- legislative haiti.- ,The and breakage have kept the'prices beyond ,' I: .,9 ., '.

Telegraph, only one dollar a year.County" last Wednesday (or a viaH' l to her alster public mind dicusaing the best ianz the reach of many people. This. company .'. i, ,!. 'i- .I4N1F1. ; !__ : '.'' .

"t: Mrs,, N, A. flitch, wIfe Qf JT. As Butch and plans of riding oqr land of tlis.u we understand has been organized on the I '; .-. ''"'
Comfliissjonera meet on Mon Represent! from Marion' county. my to m.ankLnd-th cause of JD.. mP.er- principle "Live and let live"" $nd put I >

day next, They have a heatitlfuj place an.d abundance ance. The movement isji rcon"ict.. the price* at the lowest living piles.I.A.WTEY I' me'Ui1tt.; ; n 4 ,
County buard bfj f wblic Instruction of.ruits. etc. We wjah. the Starke The liquor interest "strongly;: entrenched NOTES. '. I''I ? :

meents -Monday next people pleasant trip. WepVBmUfd to hi high places autliority:. supported by '. f-1 ..-"
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In,the death of Mr. J. D. Lewis, senior ''I S. i"T"j
look after Fred far he is a wild 'fallow men influence and talent;. 8hie1 etl. by I I'j" -
Cal, W. \V, Upore tJ j pected b.ome like the rnther bOW -' He member. the firm of Lewis & McCulley, .. a .
Tbe Unportaoee oflfJlDco. lias from Tallahassee com you ao. the government backed by.immensu Lawte loses one of her noblest citizens. t fo "tls;" .lti.iil '
today. is '
X*be oventttmatod.for without pw Woo4 needed ata..l parties stir tiiu.gs| up. anciul i \ power.' Opposing this js in A of wid 'W:1\1: .L.te.es L -
gentleman reading of
esanot enjoy goo4 bealUuAt M. II Hale is We refer you to John Wills and R. O. a keenly :
JOG our newly appointed tax army of tertperancp. workers, not dividedby and mind .GENT'S A D.lJOy"S'.IJArS.Boois AND .
1 this season nearly every onp eeds a collector. Morgan both lately from Sing Sing. analytical penetrating! keeping

food medicine to purify,vitalize, and enrich sectarianism, sect :\\!1I\ or any other well abrast of the best thought of the time j L& .W FINE. 'ClUffltftfr : Jtf4 *

(to blood and we ask you to try Hood'n N. C. Waiuright.! assessor, is awo- flip Surprise r ary. sources of division that Msually arise t in. and the 1 latest l discoveries, especially in the -' .L Jr_ .' _. ." :
8"1- strengthens Last Monday evening, Mny {JOtl} being the prosecution of the common cau.se of _. _'. _--_ --.._. ':_' "7-'_, V .
DArMlllar ing tbe comity.Mra. ; domain of intellectual philosophy he was = -.". ." .____. -i -
rCCUIa| | an4 taOds up the system, thf U birthday of Misa Belle Richard, I God and bumnnily. The Christian denominations x/W J l : ',-. *-.-' 'L._ ,Y *J. ..st.'yif-SSrf "'.'Ii1J.'.-
f mtM $q appetite and tonei the digestion, J. M. at the same time a. fluent nct agreeable .-.
Truby and .
family wll| a goodly number of -
toon our fQk.s| 1ud the Women's "
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young Chrisljafl \, C'-. > "": -
while It eradicates disease. The peculiar conversationalist good} _
always :
for the North comnany. .. j'or
cave on a visit. I greed to surprise her _, .
but by workers "
combination proportion, and preparation --- ----_ I some m.eans ion and other temperance demand entering sympathetically! is to fferxbo( y'? I : .L. > ..

.. of the vegetable remedies used give to Mrs. I. C. .Webb is on a visit tq KingsWhjle -: she was m.nde aware of the! intention. prohibition -now and forever )Ians and hopes even the humblest. He I .

Pood's SamparOU pectrt- -iItealf After all} had. arrived and after little This demand first .. W..lDEt1r Lt ::
tar curative powers JTq I IM CH Icy Lak.e _ a at was AS a whisper had that moral"worth wlifch: is the only I ; J., .
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singing, Mr. C. L. Peek in a few appropriate heard in the)land, but now is a voice of . j too"- Jt
other medicine haiiucb, record of wonderful W. H. Rivers and fumily will spei,(. the real greatness. "l\ '. Ih .

cures. II yon have made up your mind to summer at Pablo Beach. woroX presented Miss Belle with a thunder from every iWction of our country Colonel Shjpman and family recer.tlyreturned S ,. -Paoth-Ca1H b .

tray Hood's Sarsaparflls do not be Induced to handsome PipleL from the Methodist declaring bv their faith in the Right and from their annual visit of rest A :

take any other instead, It. ft peculiar Mr, ana Mrs. S D. Moore arp expected Church, which s a great surprise to in God that the rum power must bo broken and recreation to ontli Lake. WoYkdr ;'
lledtelae and is worthy you f anjjdence home from Tallahassee her. the haa been They report ''Smith ibeet4r.n :
v Hood's fUwsparnia is sold by til : today, a punctual and faith and the- traffic abolished: the fishing excellent. and came back Tin a : ,

Prepared by C. L Hood ft Co., drugtat"j There will be prea.cb.lPg in the fresby- ful worker in the Cbqrch. and as organist, Your committee in giving attention to lad D. yspqijs\ \ as proof. The Colonels .. -..: *

t 100 poses One Dollar terjau Church OR Bunda). has been fully appreciated Shu was this subject as'reputed: from the different now comfortably established t in hja. new 4 .starke agrn ".' '- "

: Children, Crops ere looking well for thc recipient cf many beautifql presents. barges, are pleased to report healthy, brick store. in Stltik: in the LrI k blding formerly occupied bY..s.-
exceedingly xu )
Often need some sAfe/ cathartic and tonicto this time of the year. Refreshments consisting of ice cream, increasing pcrnnctr.seltiment throughout Mr. J. P. McCulley will make a visit to A. rtsl'et'tf L0C'.T'il.;'yllicit work,in.my line from tte citizens, of the town'Gl\uers aflUir"4':
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\ sake and strawberries the district also that this IftodcrI\tc. Roofing
were entire temperance .
heartily en ; t Cbarges
North this work <
avert approaching sickness: or to !' the summer. rounding nt). .\n \\"nr11\ntc .
We paid a pleasant visit to Providence After some is revived and increas.ed .
innocent sentiment
)Jieve colic, headache, sick stomach, indigestion loyely though Mr. W. R. Smith is shipping Peento Leaders a ki>cciaUyALjQliDEUS FILLED. .'

dysentery and the complains incident on Monday ll\st. That portion of our games, the party !left for their l tomes in proportion to the revival of religious leaches to l>!)i1 elphi\. lIe and his ; PJIOMVTLY. ....

county is bound to take a leep. in the wee snu' hours. Among those influence find that the influence andover K _- .-.r.-
to childhood. Let the children ; family will soon go North for the summer, --.G 1---.- j--: .

take Simmons Liver Regulator and keep Mrs. and Miss Jeorg lelt for their homeon present were Mr. aad Mrs, F. R. Morgan, > of intemperance increases in proportion with a very One;and large stock (if Flori- I ln la. .. \V..A.. :-D4'I: :

Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. ) to the decline spiritual life ij la curiosities. in which i ,i #. '. .
well. It is purely vegetable, not unpleasant Thursday after a winters visit inS I he is developing ,.
NLJ.. Jones, Mrs. E. D. Wall: MUses. a community. This is suggestive to us, : } nb / .. '
to the taste and safe to take alone aTke. I a constantly increasing trade. Mr. Smith's 'ta'1 J} _0Wp t.- : :

pr hi connection with othpr medicine. Eva Looney, Helen and E.thelyu Richard, as Christian ministers and workers the : cottage and grounds pf which every hclf ; ... .f .... ..'
|in L.ak.e, Butler this weefc. we Ella Riveis, Allje Culver, Martin work to be done by us, and the secret of .. -: ?...Ch::!
Myrtie is shell Managar. .:
The Genuine has our Trade Mark "Z" in md i. occupied by or a star-fish, and HENRY L'ENCLE .

red on front of wrapper. J. H. Zeilin & the pleasure to make the acquaintance Fannie Martin, Maggie Sunders Gertie. success in building up and sustaining the every lied and corner with a tree or a rose, I f ',: -- ; 4 .; ;:':.. ,
Mr. T. C. Glover.
Wil! Ida WjtknTski.' Maud movement. before f.4\fJrSoN I.t.L .
and Fannie temperance Evidently
Co.. Philadelphia. Plio..ASTONISHING absolutely swarming with chickens .. .. '. .
Tbe had call from Powell Jessie Jones, Sadie Adams. this District Conference again .. :.. J -
Telegraph a pleasant convenes, presents a picture of the remarkable possibilities "'.._.."" .r..r.LL .. .. .

SUCCESS Mrs. J. W. Andrews, it was her first visitto Messrs. J. C. Wills Joe Alvarez. C, the question, whether Florida will be a which! are wrapptd up in a hit of DO A r. E.'t.laXKIm BUSI ESS- DEPOSSREC'EI .JqJ'. E9.n. .. V' :', 5i

? It is the duty of every person who has the office but need not be the last. Barnes, Urpy Martin Q. W.' Raiders, J, prohibition Sliite, will be decided, at Floriia s.dI.Messrs. i r: JL.tHf U V.\LR.\n O f ..\i : ;. .". 4V .

W. Morgan; W. E. Duncan B. R. Wit- least for the :
vsed Boschee' German Syrup to let tis present, L.V.. Sayles. M. Knicker
Remember "Red
wonderful qualities be known to thier Riding Hood's Rescue"an koTski, T. R. SWeat, C. L. Peek. Maxie Signs are favorable and encouraging bocker, B. Kaufman. J. \V. Jennings and '. # o. ;_ ..' .. .
friends in curing Consumption, severe ( operetta) Wednesday evening. Admission Peek, Charlie Pace, Geu, Scott, Clint hat warrant us in predicting the early others ire miking wine frotnjlha residue TATE POWELL, M.. #> r. .. .. .,.. 5' ." .
Coughs Croap, Asthma Pneumonia, and 25 cents, children 15 cents. abolishing of this curse-the liquor traffiic Oi.i.
_y in fact all throat and lung diseases. NO Richard, Henry Richard Louis; Constan -trom our beautiful and .prospertusState. fif the strawberries left after the shipping Aftei an experience of twenty years in Of ..

person can use it without immediate relief Miss Emma Hogun is now preparingher tine W. N. Meacham. hud some Ql ers. Before consummation. of our season was over. These berries, when the practice |f UU pro Vs-ion ha ,n6h ttancy > : .
and rfi v t' .: .
doses will relieve for musical be realized much is be done in promising the .atcsi, : -
Three any case. and we pupils a entertainmentto hopes can to manufactured JI
THE WONDERFUL HEALING properly yield( 1VI ine I 1'
hose hi3 _
PROPERTIES. scientific tre.lmcut to asfcing .
consider it the duty of all Dtuggists to recommend be given at the Kentucky House. it Therefore icsolved: which Is ; .''01
it to the poor, dying consump OF DARBTt PROPHYLACTIC FtrflD III CASE 1 That we as ministers and delegateswill really superior to grape wine. services. ,. ;"!

live, at least to try one bottle as 80,000 will be a fine entertainment we are sure OF ACCIDENTS NOT BURNES, SCALDS. CUTS, give: our praye.-s and energies to tlw Mr. Perry. of Hammock; Hidg informs Calls to tlu. country! promptlattended.. ''; ''I :
dozen bottles were sold hat year, and no Mrs. R. R Joiner has gone to Smith- WOUNDS, ETC. temperance cause. !m: c that he 1m made goini? 1,500 gallons Diseases of fe- :!!!:* aml:' lrtCi"11lp't"L! '... .

ODe case where it failed was rcpo.-ted. ville, Ga. She has a sister living there Its; prompt use will invariably rei! :ve 2.: That we' ns ministers will preach oath : nf it. IL- hh'l pro'iabiv l the l.ir ."t strawberry ., 'Iy.OPVje nt City DI"II..t Stoic, of- al hisresidence or. \ ; "ojommercl
Such a medicine as the German Syrup subject. C .81 C 0 II .
who is ill. Mrs. Joiner will and field owiiwl by any mm in the in Smtr.T.W1SWEAT: ;"- LEXIIIQTO"'KT. ..
cannot be too widely known. Ask your very probably prevent Eryslpetis. Gangrene or 3. That we will distribute temperance: ole .a. -_ : 1 Cheapsst&BIStBQcJAIU.in tMW'M ., _:''

druggist about It. Sample bottles lr try remain in Ga., some time, viijting Proua Qwing to the cleansing and iterature and use every means to educate State. ID wit : Uvt'iity-MX acres. ,k c' ..

I pold at 10 ct'nts. Regular size. 75 cents. relatives. Bro. Joiner seems to be standing purifying qualities of the Fluid the most he public mind on this su bject. A canning: : and vint'garftcllry would be : .. -' ; 2
Hold by all Druggists nnd Dealers in '.beOL Respectfully submitted.' ---.W "
a goad investment here in tie: lIar future. .
United States and Canada- the eeperatich bravely.Mr. obstinate Ulcer, Boils, Carbuncle, and W. S. KiCHARDsON, Chairman ; '.

T. W. Sweat has our thanks for a Running Sores are rendered pure and :|v1' lioNIKEH. The awotlIlllf fruit requiring to be canned -q1.l4EIs; lX-- ..v..e. .. -

$1-rof.J.M. eardslee's Good Works basket full of fine large beans of a newvariety. healthy and speedily cured, DO other ap W. A. LOWDEN, evaporated or made into vinegar- DR', twiu9.Fo0i1 G.I}$ I0 = i7II ia =. ZS -

Prof. J. ). Beardslee, of Jacksonville, pljcatjon being I ecce sar 2 W. TURRET, will be very l.irgc here in a fuw years. -
Mr. Sweat is -
who is a great worker among the Y. M, only a good :I. SHEROUSE, Messrs. .1. Crawshaw: E (. Hill and ; . :..

C. .\., is a prime favorit in this section meschant..but knows how to get all: the Insure Your Property. at Once. E. II. GILES, others "iiI! ship tijis summer considerablerjiKinliUc ic Li )I\S? 1-.k Q"'t"I1.p; f".t""J .mH e3.t;...

of Florida, where'he lends his magnificent benefits from a garden. On the'lSlh ult., N. J. Jones & Co., F. COI.EMAX. -" nf I.eUoatc pears and Japanese "t..oill'ilio..l'K m. arairii lecommelmo InftrIUP. .
voice to the revivals other Stats papers, friendly to the cause, will 1111 J hOi3 IL tij.-.wt.i.iiki.aL.rOepiujL. jb2sth .
urn good persimmons. orldllal iJ aw b.wte ftnItaacu1whmcn ap.
Backache stitches in side inflationand lost Ijyflrc their stock of merchandise: and please 'l.z IlI ,...,.,
works of the Chutches. Whatever they copy.A knowUMiittf ll'"if -w' "11' Uy1 aKonj "t
: ..
; Professor says. will always: have a great sourness of the bowels, are'symptoms store bui'ding.! Mr. T. W. Sweat at tho S.P. Grcri ..reputation' (the original.- :XI.:v"t

'. weight because of his Christian character, Qf arlisorded state of the digestive and sari c time and by same fire loit: his dwelling STRAWBERRY COLONY. FANQY 7ii'ES "MJEANSS3 :

'and consequently this)letter is given for house.. Both parties were insured -Al4'At.-5 IN STOlK.STOCK I .- .
assimilative which
,. the benefit of any of oui readers who may organs, can be correcte Taking Well-Earned He.I-SplIdln rQJCkrt SHOE.'. i V '
.be by the use of A"ycr's Cathartic Pills: through C. L. Peck Esq local agent. ; -A-KINK- -OF- .
suffering: the Money Made.LAWTKT '. TA ,.' ) d. 11'iju" oow aM .
4 The losses been
have the
;- r JACKBOHVILLE, January 18, 1S87. adjusted to entire iiIWI. LAo... j Or'. < .
shown cluster of flowers May 22.-After the phenolometial CLOTHING!
\Ve were a wax READY-MADE ', H. ..
satisfaction of all
C. 'Alhmtli Ga. rtil's. Moral .
r' $ Specific p : of"* \ '. .
.. ; act ivity thr shipping season. .t'h' M'pI3'S"e Atiost.1.sM
week the finest that it has been .
-- -GE:5TLEKEN-TwoJ'earsago this month )' .
Call Mr. Peck at insure
on 'ourproperty. '.
QJICC Lawtey rusts well. The hubbub .. '
'Twas attacked with rheumatism in the our pleasure to pee, they were made by 41tTL JUt'F: 1q.CmV1.n-; .1 ffI rram.tloD 4giMZIz4.
! lIe represents none but reliaWe of "strawberry day" is hushed; the two \ -. '
back in West. I used and jl- ... .
Key plasters' Mrs. Evelyn Johns_ who prepaied the wax sarnetjin.es three. refrigerator cars STABKE, it FLOKI3A. -
uie8. A few dollars iq} .
Tartans; medicines without cure, tiil I got from honey cumb.: per year longer stand on the side track with' their The hijhear! market nrico 'paid foi" Me&C :'" -
-. Tampa, where I ..immediately epcurer spent in premiums will set you on foot IIC'f01ta. ;'
steady drip. drip of ice water no longeron ''.
-B.: 8, 8., three bottles of which entirely There will be a candy pulling at Mr. again in case of a loss by fire. shipping day.. as train time;approaches. Country Prt(11'P. I .. f, .. ). _" -.,. ". .
.-. fured me, and 1 have not had rheumatism Witkovski's June is seen the hurry o f the growers come --- Fu.'KTS'Jt CJIUTIT ..,." ...."'. 'L. .."rt'' ., .,
on Monday night 6th ; Is CittctriT COCHT. OICI"H ;:
N. J. Jones Co. have moved their -soi. ,. .. ''
inep. ___ ", .
; v
with in / '-f, ,
driving up wagons pst haste t with BnAf> COCXTT. < .-. ,.
admission 10 cents, given by the little 't4 r>3T -.' '. .
Yours truly, office since the tiro to the rooms in the Crates hmped high; some with aerate in ( t1" ) r .".h."T" I

Prof.Florida J. J|Chemical. B.K4HDSLKR.orks. workers jn the M :E, Church everybodyis brick'building over 13. II, Jones' store buggy, bharmg in 'riendly fashion the ke..ir-fl the In Imitate Obanc.Davi.of 21. 1'. T...\haj wu, Uc'z.X.JiiiinlstraJnr wkseil CqiiiptalR!oi Of Ottri..r"h'tt"r..'r.t"(-ruil't.'t'.198".CI1'.1Idts.,ton JM'7 9
.g invited, a good time is anticipated.Mr. whero they will see all thair old friends seat with the driver; some with a solitary ant, "JWl.a..sw\r"l".Rrpr lt..u u. -" .., J&a
S. S. 8., will surely cure catarrh maria crate in n covered will : black y" IPfy..o..1t ,"'o. "" 1j.-J' 'q'-
rheumatism, cancer, scrofula and J. W. Hodges. Junior partner in and customers and ;>,I1 accounts now due, gum cloth wagon like a cottii: Sin-e with a a crate Mos'- C. Lwis, Dffe> flAut. .' allot 1 .li-V-> *;'-*-.|>-wc::.,IB p. rabl141?_ .'

every other blood disorder. Valuable are expected to be settled! at on e. \ VThormx the ;ib,>vr naTil ctrainHin.int! resSld Full iin K'iif flu? Ibrlf'SJhr' sal'e. .in, .. _. .J
the W. II. Rivers & and wliellbai-rowsmahi colored ,
grocery business : ; growers his bill 1lC inHl tlie said Ae'v-ftinttl and ,:.,/ 3t.\iirCE- .rj 1 : : 4y IJ
treatise all blood diseases mailed .
ou free
is clever mistake with half "crte' A tray of sti-.iwberry oath that thr NlI.I.I.f"ll taut I< ar twmy un* .
Co., a young man; apd no B. Hnynes, tax oo'.let-tor, will now lie : -.
on. application to Swift Specific. Co., baskets on. tllil i of the head; some Irudgiiig; ; yearn of aff- anil 1i' rs Drawer 8, Atlanta. Ga. he is kind, always accommodating found.! up stain over B. II. Jones' store. wearily a mile or wilh their hAi Florida fo wit:Th.t f> more h. bflifcvrS iii.u Uf i>rf 4 rjsjit nt rtf ('!!. !<-:inPountv 'Or !
and it is ft real pleasure to trade with him, ''Can't eat a tll cg." Hood's Sar&tparila baskets full of strawlenies nicely "top Suite of <,tflorji, that )hU j>..ist"Yjinright ifitt4 i ..
p d" in Icu-ktU and povurpc) with spoors U'"rg'i. .. .
A great many of our best citizens are ) is wonderful medicine fpr creating an linen by IIi. careful housewife all these t11k1 1 :' It i. :ltJrQ: 11'" or.iereI imI t ti.: Iot .1..' IMOus -

I IX'-CATAPULT": is just what you nil about to leave us, we hopo for a short appetite regnlatipg digestion, and giving are seen no nu>rc, but silence reigns: about! on i' lie C.ire A..td th "rurtUjj) 1swet' i or, J'-i lnllrr.. ;..- t.tn.to iiId wit hi: .I' :4

winL time. We have them for the the clerks bt'rv ttit ith .f Ji'ie \. I>. l.-7
are glad to go a strength wag, depot dr.iwsily qu.il wirm im or ay -: -.>
The New Pocket and the dnrkies lie Ot.h-rwi-nit ni.iUarslint thii.;s sft forth: jr. < -
Improved Catapult or water on their
time, as it makes them more than ever .izy pw !- flui'lbill will: beta| roiifp-ixfl.. U i i4 nrtiiorI..I.e.i -- ttSOKITKIIiX' '' %
Gun requires no powder, no caps, is neat ratisfled with beautiful town. Peculiar in medicinal merit and wonderful backs on dry gndti(} buxcti an 4 kick presumptuous tlmtthUff drt5e'-tiiht i 11j,;.ttLfrl..I" ; :* .- tiSi

ly finished, durable, and can be carried our h.ealthly } cures- IJood's Sarsaparillq, Nowis the I L> the roof. ; mph a iipw pape'r pull a vftl i ".iJ ,"\i .t, fJr4 -

jn the pocket, as it weighs only 3 ounces. Mr. J. C. Durr nt, traveler for J. C. the, time to take it, for now it will do home has lieen such a. scattering( of the Absolutely Pure. once siilst.i ru",>'k il4T.for l-ttur i eoztvmaiv.w.rhs priorto 4'l "SCWL
Will shoot shot or bullets resident would appal -hi ms
wth} accijracy ) as u sprtlci.,1lU! I II. F.V'/R'C. .
in # ;
last Starke.
& Co.
and force, and with a little practice will Ayer spent Sunday the most good. server for thrre ha' beejj; more money Thin jMiwdor n. vnr varies. A marvei Clerk! of the Circa; !;('>'irt. Driwirr.t! CVuuty f'l. -.ATO9C /5|!

kill birds on the wing or bring down a Mr. Durrani is a very gentlemanly drummer Mrs. W. .Cra wlod is to be carried to made in La Ate v this spring than in all the of purity "irpns'ti: and w hociomencss.OfO : 'v':

spuirrcl from the highest tree. IJe rrported a good business in his years lit its previou history put logeli| (!..50""t! ] thlt -.a ordinary ''. '
Just the thing for the nnd to the Insane Asylum to day. An .tu thIs stiiteincnt i ivuuld kinda ami be i .
boys sure line in the city. He has traveled all over exception : cannot, yold iij iruii-ietition -
sell, became they realize its value as soon Orange have to he inttde, prolmbly in favor of the with the inultitiido of low test, short No Universal Remedyhas tUlI'1Irt.. ., III DQt' ":at; X > :4
of foilg' LIVI'ftf i
his choice "JIot
the State, but thinks any I"Wf.Y8
as they see it. Iq the absence even of lumber au.l turpentine era. but Uiat was a wuiirlit. alum of phosphate powders. 'n"oI40lr.f.-nUL1aAD4Va. S9i

bullets or shot, pebbles marbles &,c., can place in Florida would be Starke. Closing exercises will beginVednesdiy business of destruction, while the lIlo'Jl') Sold only in ems. loyal H-ikini PO.r \\- yet been discovered; but, aa at least .c.tpf'ffl 01 YOUTR.'p.iaWaa,.. fnIU.Icn.JA.1o'o;' 5'.. .

I be used coarse shot(the courser the better), t night June 8th,. and continue three nights which came to Law: Icy till )'elrV1t made d*< Co."ini\Vsiii-st..x;; Y. hjman have their .. t2 bnIts &. 'rl.d ,.I _bo' '
., A sound body and a contented mind are AI.riIH..i.;. four-fifths of diseases ln 17 cn.: l'HMo m."l- !;,,-
is of the soil and added .
it death out to the
sure to sparrows, rats ac.d sijch 8th 9th and 10th; "Red Riding Hood's permanent! in Impure Blood a medicine c.r4 1)l'or"'ri rPOe n nw -: .
l source
)ike. neccessaryto perfect happiness. If you wealth of the Srute. ::i ) fc'i-'t. 3i.'ns$5.1:11. .
I Rescqe, a very interesting play will be which restores that fluid from a de- l ;sV.. .. ar.J&T1:"' jr Brain 5'owwv
t It is the best thing out fur taxidermists. wish to possess these cleanse your blood When I lie return!) are all in and countedup PROFESSIONAL CARDS \' ri".. t'rcm r'ri.p s3.ps. I
L W edpfada night. The regular Annual praved. to a healthy condition comes aa LAD--- ... '...,.. .IIIt.n.'IDD3.
I r
u it will kill without spoiling the guine, with Ayer's Sarsaparllh. It is perfectlysafe i ) shall gin a resume of the operations u COMER :- J. R ---- .\ .,' '!1 :101'JI.... ItI
and makes no report. A boy can have exercises of Orange College cciisUting of i. of this strawberry jeur.Meantime j near being a universal cure as any that r..PT4'.V "i5 ,i! It, .,..:,,.e"... .1J '-5,,
J to take, and is a thoroughly reliable the tired A.fl'en.--i- ,:..,:r.c.v.'Pr.: .d"tJ f1 # .._ .'. k)
more genuine pleasure in a day with the growers are taking be produced. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
l I. Recitation, Dialogues. Drills. Music and can -1,. lJ.'nd' .,}. '.- fliif"1,Dr1L .
\ ,- ] Catapult than with anything else made. highly concentrated, and powerful blood Calisthenics will be a much needed ret, some srqne Ifprlh fur ATOIfNff-A'f-L4 W* & *NO- affects the blood in each stage of.Its. Cr.. ig, :i' L"t .r.. CC.'ir. .
; Thursday night, < =I "-e..ait.ot s"e 0
Lake o ;
Sample by mail, post-pxid for only 40 the summer some to Crosby MJJIIC; ,
purifijr and adapted te 'Ha.l.1:1oet. ;
formation therefore 1" :
"4 cents in stamps, 3 for $.( & 12 f.r $3 25Address. _ _ closing Friday night with addresses by J. to Smith Lake some to ivingsley Lake. .tAY ..y. *- 'a-greater variety; of complaints than I "- ia5 If o: ,,.ru4J3. '.)10.nr1''.0 t.e..,.. )1 i'C"...... -

m. UNION SJJl P.OE CY, The young people report a very pleasant M. Sjreatpr to the children and others Some will build new houses out of their ; .. .any"* k
known dicine.
:, 32 3, Philadelphia Pa. time at the home of Mrs. A. E. and music. All the children of tha entire gains or iI.pruve the old. the smoke, of STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA., pther m : r. ., ;

Morgan on last Friday night, and there clearings acelltSt the stump miller i itt al I ABSTRACT OF TITLE, and Real E? : Boils; and Carbuncles ; : ;
; The Union Supply Agency Philade! town and community are cordially invited work;a J largely increased acreage will beset : .. ; ns/.
I I I'r.
ctn be no doubt of it as Fred hnd Mrs. i tat r! 'lW a t\pcCI:1 &&* fJ'
phia Pa.. will send you more goods for tc attend the entire exerpises. Do not to strawberries this fiunmT, and I :' structs furnislieii.shoyftige rtpjtJjecd, which defy ordinary trefttZfleDt,7IaIdi 1
good themselves.Mr.
,, ; jess money than any other firm in the Morgan are company forget 'Re: Ridicg Hood's Hcscqe' other evidences are sen that the preva I? Mortgage; Lien. TaitSalc;"'Judjmeht. ,' Attnchmout. ., Ayer'a Sarsaparilla aftera" compaaUeq .I. :

country. and Mrs. Geo. Hornsby, of lonia, Wednesday night. Admittance: Wednesday ing quiet is only for the lime that Law: icy arid 'i'.n5''IJtatlt'? "of' P WUr -ly brief trial. '.:-. -,;' ,' iMr. .
has touched bottom and henceforth its 'IItdlto "
I" Record & file Tlllet Rlo FEstal -
i Jfl sure and read the advertisements made our office a pleasant call on Wednesday night 25 cents.: Children 15 cents. progress will be steady and healthy. because in Bradford nffecting cuunly. Florida of up to .. C. K. Murray, of Cbarlotteavllle,. .sk fl4Xeu1a4eaaa. re2Tth, .

carefully; then send a trial order. You and exhibited a fine array of vegetables The rest are free; all arp again invited to based.on a solid.rofucllve| indus date of Abstract.1TeilCIjIrtet Va., writes th2f'foryears.be'.aa afflicted b.sla, ,.ua.l.d.oIIa. n m' "

II t.1 will be more than satisfied.la grown from their home on Kingsley be present bclteyng you. wjll never regretit. try and npt on dreams of money made on with- bdlls which caused him .
Lake. Mr. Hornshy is general manager oranges planted nufeiy in ilu? pin d, and : f. F15fl 1NSURANC E much suffering.* These were succeeded ANTIJnmaiarl1'- !CM! .. :.:5

ALL FOR 30 CENTS. G, P. YOUNG. fifteen years to wait! Thjold dead' orange Irepresi'iitini! llti Liverpool & London&. by carbuncles, of which he-aad several heb-"Sr11"' "i'o '-
of the famous Sundell '
orange grov near trees are about all pulled ,' d... 10lK,Co. :- at one time. He'then began the use oiAyer's widely ree. C-6It0tM'f_ Cullarpiopertf .
'j'tusgrand offer is made to jnfrrxjuce' Lake ViewTbe LAKE BUTLER, May 28th 887. thrown over 'the| fence (plenty Tones ., ,_;-- ---- _,-_ -.---- after taking iinZ rl1.'II. t.'a .s
and .
Sarsaparilla, "
At meeting of the advertising i t' .fissnthat 1'0 ulmf !
into all of the a committee .
our goods parts ccuntry left though ani() most of th Jii-- p
has moved into the old accordance with W Ia. II' three bOttles, khe carbuncles .SeeS.. ,UoMerOo -_. r ei&.If
AT ONCE niid secure future trade. postoffice ( an appointment well bung with' fruit); the peat :: 14. > : 17._ _

..,*. We will send you everything in the Hoyt building opposite the livery stable. J/M.by the committee mar H. F 21st..) ores- pears and the! persimmons are co r peared, and for$ years l1ias. nof'had.even ,. Ev. "wn.a'e> .
sent Truby, Cart !, Hork, M. .
fsHowlng' list for only 30 cents. The Morgan boys always up to the wants MoKinney, W- H. Edwards, Johnrrot't and better }}ju'esieem ijoff faif a purple. i. 4IFV.j : ;:;r ":-1.
Album and Motto VerMs That illlidiomA'WseMe, 5ro J'"i
Autograph t _
our r "c4. .
of the pJople. ana to avoid delays moved J. L. Hill, Joseph IS. Towndsend, '
10 Pieces Sheet Music, full size. 26 P the frnitfiafcMniiXtflufumerab'! -& ... .
J. G. Roberts. E. P. Ward, J. if Ss'Iev.and ; -
the entire outfit in the night. Starke _ : ,. -I ,. .-
Needlework designs, 23 Outline Patterns ., begpnIy9nrpa3 ., ; : t I.
1' A, Knight. Col. I, B. Rhodes, I ro' bowefllcii p4'rnnemty! i.u4rtaand I.re.4; p ; .' ..1: I..R 1
-0 ,'10J Comic Songs all the popular ones. 250Bifldjcs postofflce is one amoung the best attended waa elected chairman of the .-ommittee -i Godan| Dawn. I i4y l.rKK'rE. hsWr1fl KaIa4ninImijn'ir.miiiig. ) ulcers. ,-v .' .' ." ..1 .
; and Conundrums 100 Puzzles dIkes in the State. not being present Capt. If. F. : PitOF. .T. 1-:. LUUD; I a in 'i!C!<. i t : Cbinhnys built; i.erfcct draft 8 : weak ,.. .:-" A. -. '

Rebuses Charades and Enigmas, 125 York was eiocted chairnjan "problem." for your benefit anti the pqnJ"" i' it I Lcd. (:ODi work ErJuiaies sad atli>factioB giarmumtletmo W k don ; --ck. ,
I erEc. given. appe. ,
Valuable Money-Making Secrets. FormuJM Mrs. H. S. Winsor. who has been spending Alter quite a prolonged discussing a* till have been u"|ng your 'olel as" I dr Qf coatracl. J I an _
Game of Foxflfcd Geese. Game of "9 the winter at her beautiful cottage on the proper method of advertising the a year or iure in our f" : tijq e hidcatiofta !rt 4

I I' Pfnny Morris" $500 in Confederat county, thficommittee unanimously or- most excellent for pain: and ,talnt I:_the
p1 Kipgsley Lake) left one dar this week for dAred aorertisment with W. S. Webb's :- '- Brad lord Lodf e No. 4* .and uriiiace
Oracle faD ,
0 Money(fac-similc). The Mysterious We cheilurrr! rccoiniiicnd it.T. ; .- -.'1. Regular corumuiiicaticrfc) ihrid system. ".
.k : and 25 other games, The 7th Book of her Northern home in Mitchell Da. She Rolling Exposition: ; in tho "Tiiues- It. 3IiL.' ILeeshumg. I Saturdays in each month. are disfigured1 !p ea, eruptions -

11 .: i osea a Great Curiosity. Deaf and Dumb caried with her sample of fine Peento Sub-Tropical Uuio-i Trade EdltiQnaOll in Jacksonvillennxt with| the I Fla., March 28, 1 JOHN hALL L. W. KICKLITEH, and unsightly blotches,, arIM
1 Secretary. JL
Exposition W.
a : 4f Alphabet, complete. A Model Love Letter, peaches of her own raising. Mrs. Winsor winter, and that a committee of PROOF. J. JJoqo? : 'i tS from. impure blool, she '. a need.f -

Tricks in Magic and Legerdemain, The informed that from live to seven }in each precinct I Iw My little sun willie was cured right Lake Vie y I.odzc No. 63W,.* Iyer's Sarsaparilla to i Ie' vU. _x-i.i_, ;I SWAT
thB -3 fat Tablet of Fate, Guide to Innocent us she would return ally appointed to get up petitions signed by away of chills and lever 'YiU!; Jur; Regular! iloetin s seeoiidffu -

r1atlon, The Magic Square, flow to in (he fall and make Florida her home. the registered voters and tax' payers of : "Golden [lawn." .- \V. A. R.EIU:It.AttClIlli. SaturJav of tich month 2'i Ul d sufferers Ayes from Sarsa blIgive < den .: JjMAKER. :

tie lake a Goldometer. The Amusifi the county, recommending tIe appru- Fla., Oct. 6. 18S6.. oklingai1owd
flowers The house at Lake View
)U of ForUineTTelling Language of warming prjatioit by the comity commissioners PRdflfrUpDD take pleasure jll sayingthat es, and 'especial p and- .. .J.JtJWHIif1.R -
ii- : Md Precious Stones, The Lovers Tele- given l'y Mr. D W- Brjgham on last out pi l the county fund-the HUU'J of mp>t- you.r "Galden: DawV and piUs" art I compo ds, w_ .u only ..' J"LA.J. ."

nt ,' raph. $.00 Rrize Puzzle, Roman Crow Friday night W8.i" big affair. The fair ey required to p JY for the} advertising most excellent. \V.V.. Sc n. JM' (ilUEIl OF lIED act curl, but more frequently STARKZ. -

T gnnle. Great Star Puzzle Chinese Blo 'k lads and {asses skipping tightly till tho as onlereil by this comiuittea and th-i Gainesville.. Eh., Sept. IS. 188 A. rfK.-i A TKIEK Nq. 1, FLA.-1 t"and"COL fin!the diseases tney .,,,>Clock ECLUl'lLEteDtfoD and Jewelry given,.te.U w nretrtDC work WaleAet done'.
ca "ozae., The Psycometricer I04Ht one of tbe comnjiitee appear befomtheboaid Prof Dirfjd's medicines, 'wn. Fires'kindlfil tacliV t lverttwd, tp remedy. *
; Magic ,Crystal. early dawn of day, M r. and Mrs. Brigham of 8iouera uht: ;, l reft uoabto prjprs fAr cayh. KaiuirerJ1MjA" ..
county cqmffi
*nning, The BfTen Wonders the supplied the inner wants of man in at their next regular meeting with thepgti :Medicine and Vegetable Pills itt tlu'irVisrwign u s : ( UMI 211C0 .: M&r. 12 -- -
)r. World. will 'be fomi stllelt Ilivcrs. & Joiner 4 iparlafT Au.Eu&tl,1S2. -
'. a very pMt apd appropriate manner. fjorn* and request theuj fo I lieneLes"ary | on '
k*, -TJb* fim&11 S-JIJJ Pf 80 cents procures the All had a good time. ) appropriation| tho puz.pmitteealit' .wake. and.J. J.J, C-n' >Wn> drug'stores." alien ta "-.- -; : -. :.
JMJire.'Collec wp above eOJJm J'&teJ. June 4 137-Gm., ..fI'I .f T *
as ) passed un..nlmau'lly ijJ rc."olnUlln NOTICE. ,
; .Tbilia Mr. N. J. Jones is putting his well vv S. Jfc'On
positively the GRANDEST OF- take f m.W Mass.Bi4' .'
the to i.i.I.tX
> people lite
urging J Q"c t8.uy '
- 1'ER ever made by firm and al)) who where his store burnt in good shape again.. tO5OCUraII iminCiiiata daily -maisorviie Chii4.if F stz'bottt.w-I account of HIT-r* ceut li 1Thp
any step Another New si frice'l;
Mr. Jones will fine .1 ,
: fail soon erect a large L '
to take miss the StarkeXo Lake and -
of it will from Hillier s ofmyhnfPadjl4mu1eJmiIlgooI
.'Ch'1ICe advance :j brick building on the fame site, although)) Time Lake Butler tftonewnrc Cumpany. < '-: 1* _. ... t.. :1. J4 rpjpg 1
, of a Lifetime. Address UN- Providence, on motion it WH agreed ." .. t
ION SUPPLY Box 322 P7i11a- Mr. Jones has had several heavy looses in I that this committee meet nt I,.nko Katie composed of He sr.. Fred Vurm-r and C. eryYrI; ." .. :. si.Sg-- ,.A,.!',.."II' .....1-- jJpI14grd.t cidf.nn wy ,fnoh' mu4'

": w h. AGBNCY. a short space of time, he is a man of grit on Monduy Jun 6th, 1SS7, at lU} o'clock H.-Bird. of iiril Wing Minnesota an l M.H FeUol ,I '' .a, ,i !.-..,.c.,, ..,..p4 ._'.....e..'-:"---of,1. .r.- &j--'Z.Mbets. ID n4tle,, *men' 'wcv mii' _n mxT. = "--t*. ;

3 -S and wilt not be out done, aud we expect a. m. C. Levy former editor of the Brajlfprll ., brothers r.t -. -.., ...."., o... .. -MttT ealLJ> e'" -i- & : vtv.
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S $INO UTa. :' ; UiIQIIA.TrusT; ) is stated that there lias been no instance ..Joseph Howard. '. the 4ridelTknOWll$cMr- .
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I ( : f .- ; S of the failure of 'to'still troubled usual aDd intimate irlend.pt Ute BtieClISr of the rtitacher "Well-k.. .I Centleman .f:
S; :' ; -S_ : y To'.Restore Whiteness-r : to I E State detec waters. ,when .the oil. 'used. :iwas vegetable t flrty years and Orator, fa wrttlnlZ'wh1 wilt no doubt be .n. *14 es.FI'e.I'eB et I.e X. Ji SS

'PLEASANT' LITERA JJBE FOB? >'' When ,flannel has' become', I r and is generally .or fish Oil;>f V."-- the standard work-and broil one hi POC out bY far hubbard Interest State rTtsrttB ce.ue N. Y.i A..CIt1.', .
nlue. It 111 to be port, ,April IflpardeeMediclntCo
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5'5 5- .I 111 tip.tdm'as
.-FEMININK READERS. agejt; may be.reftore4: jaon.. His. duties 5 Bros. by subscription will flnelT S _
.5 the,use: "of. a.solution' of the face of : .A leading'real -wtaU,'Q.n'Ta :and and should have an aal : ::4.. .
$ every "Mr..In Brown. Qhica o,-OUwrites: -4n reply to your COIUIDISn'_
banker; Chi.us .GETTSJ
ounces of Marseilles in !
ortb* ataa vs cents for New York Girls Who Walk. of .soap fifty and to scrutinize '"I feel It my duty to say of St. Jacob Oil thatI 'RoY A.L GLtrK'mends aiiykhlng vfa 4 a' Drqs GroIt of ApritlStb I take pleasure in statingfor
soft water, to which is added dis rhtnmatiam. Glass Wood. 'Free
months ,
sftMsCr ir *= >* .. ;> prevent any lay on my back thre with
tt .Ittiie.ts po 11. lIIuiew York Walking Club there thirds .of.r an ,ounce of:spirit :of seeing his pals. .': ruled ."was cured a&djbart'never llcted with sore/'rh oJ Dr.Isac 1'homJ years physicians and druggists kavtf..

T ; II a club, of course, Young America does ammonia and ,the, .whole make long.JOur- beea troubled tlnce."_5- 0- aon'sETe-water.DruggiStS 11 at:5c. trying,to Mcure a remedy for these '*-**. __ _

tning''singly- ha% been organized mixed. Immerse the flannel, stir prisoners to m" A CHtsAiUBr- has discovered,that'cast? off It a rough disturbs Jour deep taklt Pfa" and painful complaints, such as nlw,_ _

- .S. within a month. It binds its members, well then rinse in pure water., in -oth r !I hone S shoes make good cutler' steeL The Cure for Consumption and -est welL : : rheumatism and nervous headaches, to i
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jp. 7. "society" girls all to five miles day in i" wrought Iron of the shoes having been constantly liable who lire in this -
r44tiZ ,.. S ,.. ., a ; e a mistake; if'' the roads acquires hard- every one is 'jy_,
AUb.aiit.. dnrIabyIn! ad- fair weather, to two miles in foul. It has Dow to Clean Wallpaper. the eye he will cess and hammered the animal on heat from the hoofs has Seeort Tears LYDIAE.MNKHAM'8. and until quite recently the e1rortaq] -

;5 dIcd&Is.inTavor' otitiybody.'Wai a club pace, a cub! costume, and a club Take off ,the .dust:with'a soft" as he tells something to do with it. -.5 chemist and doctor have'been unsr- .
M.$ > 4 miLtes- of 5ali ,ocai' ,ti. rendezvous. Three miles and a half an With a little flour and Water his eyes. Once an Mr. T. J.Murphy,01 Debavolce Place,Brooklyn VEGETABLE bat I am pleased at last that such a iau-S S S

IQft.d t',* flsts of(ha hour is the rate of motion insists lump -of stiff dough and afflicted with sciaticrheumatism : '
onty. : upon, very his nose pared N. Y-, says: was found in tJIj'compound Dr. Fardee's 1

r and Wednesday afternoons fire fixed for wall gently downward, taking the ) Jackson detected aid found St. .TacobsOIl. very efficacious. 4 tIc'Bexnedy; 'I recommend it to sit" _

_&5' _, S General-- ,- -Directory,---. -I_-: its grand meets. In the matter ef wear-. o % he arm at each stroke, and in this remark- ;COMPOUND, iufferfaigwith rheumatism. 'I haw .,

_I ;S VQTxp.sTA1oF1cu& I ables it is at -latitudinarian and spe go around the room. As .the*- llr. Jackson. THE tonnage of American vessels In the for S re
1 ;; cific. It has. abjured the cors h-wq the becomes dirty cut the solid parto1t : in.height about elgu trade baa fallen from%iB tons in aPotltlveCare tq hear of.the first case rheumatism wkkVi
__ 5' IAxoEI : like heard before tO Is8,0tL.and the JTCII American'tressels it has not greatly relieved, and when .4
ever ? and
Keels the
high second round Painfut
: 'PoL-4U W. commence the ill. of thOM
JonesFcpatoa. and sinewy build : ports from 65.35 per cent.lUwFale : .. 1 For '
are a tabooed barbarism. entrnl ou and I remedy bas been used as directed, nearly ft.*!'
... ULWUk1ao*Cafl Jsaouffl1s.c' Long skirts little above where the last one black In I
eyes, 181 5 CoJtated and
_- -- .- are on. the forbidden and b6 troubl s has been permanently cared. ,.
i list, walking very careful not to cross 'the pa handsome. Yea Are 41' WealrMiset so common 1, ery case "

: :B.fe. tt DavJoK ,*Qutaey- jackets 1Vith. t-slee"s asfar. removed go up again. Ordinary paper criminals and it Is frequently the exclamation of on lady to S amor': our Wtos' Mothtns Respectfully yours

"Charles .Ltooeharty, Port S as possible f rpm t arm-confining dol- this way will look fresh and bright another. The tact la not a pleasant one to and he -
CagL&i- can distil 'ntttnt't I't.f.
1- : 5. 1 mab are ntfen down among the'neces- ''almost as,good as new. Some have mentioned, but the act maybe a kindlyone it witt cn S _
one. On. his sets the one addressed to hinkinglL govsrIaorcaiNai .'
-t'-il J- for
I ?1flbJthE deift-T1& w. fwooda,4t.i s- however-and these most moderately L apprises' her of the fact that she is not in goodhealth *:.r0ubiwIfi4sI& Syracuse: ,N. Y,,"_

1ut6L, 4is fl JuaUcs,a.1ge&11aa.Tl S -will not clean nicely; ana .in very at I r and leads her to seek a reason therefor. tion ant r:1 f'Go'Ii" DUB BIBS :-I have been troubled wjflft
., S NewO&.3C1rctt- 1 t1abjLIfo Among Jipaches. ascertain whether be pill Pallor' Is almost a1.ways attendant upon the Tolling and rhematism for the last five years and until rt
Judgs. c'i. --' paper can by the jolt first stages of consumption. The system ia enfeebled ''Diiplactmrvt; *
; j : /aekscBTflIeU.B.Attorney, N Ith. "Liin! against wagons and buildings it is best to try it in some obscure tiresome trips he I and the bond: is im erlhe. 'Dr.l _.. tvnttquntt tpinai heard of Dr. Pardee'ft.Remedy I had no i n:'

er* DItrW .: V" Tare 'd ozenl \\iwe baskets with whibK will not be noticed if the Pierce's "Golden Mtd'cal wl act JF'e,Pili I.t hearing of it I procured some of "
w. c. iirL al.Ko-rBeni District 't -. .1f baby Plasters on as a tonic upon the system will lunch impoverished e rUc l rl, After '"
ftWp/WailtJkiovifle, U.C. Wtlon.ItuV I Apaches sucking''flieir'fists therein. The upsatwact ry. If. there be any which give him l blood, ant restore roe 10 the f -Gdapf.cf p to tAtS druggist, and am now entirely free from tftsH

? Peoucola, aera, Korii- ,.basketaare of.the regular Indian style, places $In the wall, fill them up relieve him cheek.! The Woman's Sure Frit nd cAa"l1- *f life disease. Respectfully yours, 1'-
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andlhc bies'arc and laced mixture of equal parts of plaster of THE distance from New York to Fan ,-Ir.so? ro.. 111I C.tL orcaTI""s 01crza
.8. >w*,-r-aoBTjirjiJiJ>itTo,: poor strapped arc the only two I I Fn- MRS. ETTA HALE 3(5( Baker Street*!?
1r.I1)EB Al.J.C1AcrJr.lrU"JI.
.Into them and and silver sand made into cisco by Cave Hor is miles; CJJCCZ1t linn trILL "
tight nothing show a paste 159 .
JackiionvCle Monday In beccinber.4 snug, h ttributes his the Panama JUDO"1I'1'fII'rJIB LAWS O.NiiVI.
: ; YallahaMra.grit Monday m February, -.f ing but the round chubby-face and two a little water; then cover the place to Allcock's OF BKAftnO DOWI CACTWO T ADT,WrQ AND. 3AC1 CJ(1I, Jordan IT. '

SICnP.colatrdMondayinlArcb.. '- tiny fists. Some squaws hang thir bas a' little piece of paper like the rest, Pills.- ALWAYS rBBXAKEMTLT CVKXD. BT l-t tIC.f'oI4byDrnggIata. I. bettle.Jlrs I T. ;;:
; : Prlejf per QE5TS :-For a year past I have been J
4 r.a. DM TRICTOOVKT-Korthere District:* kets to the ..saddle' horn, because it'they ,can be had. In 'the'Spring Piak am's Lifer Pills cur constipation. badly, .
ter. "
fr JackPcn4Ibdge. ,are left*standing i on the ground the _____ /:lkg .- -- -- aftTicted with rhematism, at times -Tery'w i
4 .3. U.M. CsB;Jackronvllle, I*. & A ttprney. : dogs a The 1m- and for a month before I commenced 11I ': ti
.> g&round and lick the babies' Recipes. Kearly everybody mel e
C. Bird,Jacksonville MartbaL, -' faces, muchto Alaska. nt 1 MEDALS'AWAflDED-TDj '
.. r d, Phtitp.WterJackionyttle.! tlerk, Eaetera.DlvHon. the little ones'discornfort. One rather I 'nrltle which f". aam blood durlasc ,, your remedy could hardly sleep nights. Os !
M. TAPIOCA CREAM PUDDING.- travels' from the cold month mot be eip.U.d. or when the ; bottle of Dr. Pardee's.Rheumatic Remedy,. ti

i tJ).U.\m DnTaaaharsee.CUrkMiddle Dlvlalon. [ friSky pony, wjth a*baby on the'hom'of tablespoonfuls of tapioca in half a of Mexico, from mild.days come,and lbs effect of bracing air!lort, SIT [ lieved me of the pain, and I now sleep .t, i

.> 5 VlAifin.' r. C. pnsipBreji,PentaooU,Ck.rki Western. Pi-1 Iris saddle wanders from Die bunch and t milk over night. In the morning writes Governor the body U Uabli t tw overcome by debility or om. I t well as well as ever, and feel like recomend-; '

S '.. .-. "* TEwa. :> .>, at rEaitera 'immediately. surroun'ded by a crowd of j the yolks of three eggs very luxuriant Mrleus dUeaae. The remarkabla success acl'e Csrsi FuSTIlY, S r ing it to all who are thus afflicted. "--pt,.. ij
a more Hood'i SuraparH'a and the word of n.t&ua. Yours truly, ,
IocPs. Their starts him by many *
iarking to mix
trot them
with the and half J
DlvWon-Jacksonville, first Monday I tapioca Southern Alaska. EMkadra,WwkMM,Col*la MRS. ANN DARLING. 1
aai received make It wcrtby your -
Deccnber." a.n .'ith a fchrfck fhe mother rushes from of sugar; stir into one quart of 1 the CbM aad all AcMe LI 4.tnloa, .;o
M Middle DlvUton-T&Babaoaee. first Monday n her place 'in'the to catch-him. I all growing Hood's Saraaparilla Ask your druggist for Dr.Pardee's Remedy
lij e But milk and l for five minutes. .
Februarys boil I '
) : size with other. Price n
I C A lSIBnrmi .and take no $1 per bottle ; sfa -;
<*: Western DlvMon Tejvaetfs, first Monday in the pony doesn't want to be caught, and with lemon or vanilla, and when "W. have used Hoods Sarsaparllla for Mveral bottles, $5. \VPardee 1

,?: b ?':Xarc, S_ _. ._ from a trot turns to a run* and away he: the whites of the eggs, beaten to a pounds,fine cabbages yean,and feel proud t recommend i A a excl *lalUUeM UsdeaoucdIsgD.mee. Medicine Co., Rochester, N.ya .

:U ._ TATKSOPFCEB& goes-the basket flapping on his side, on the top. as pota- lent'prl medicine or to b used at all tlmei.a L.a3uio's
?' ,. Jo.emor-Jt4w.r4J,4 only making him the harder. all of the Eastern blo purlfler. For children.as weU at grown people ND TZ1 CeTIEBEST1NWORLD ,
pi-rry.TalUhassee. run No BREAD
; Attorney-General.- ,Tullabataee. DRY FRITTERS.-Two in Wrangell, we consider I the b.t We set aside one bottl
*r one seems for the MASON
4'.. '-, Secretary ofStaieWoto: LXTawfonL-Tallahu- sorry poor baby, dry, fine bread crumbs, two While timothy for our boy to take In the spring. He U nine years HAML4 .
: v ac* -r* _: ',* .* yells are drowned in the general burst of .
; fuls prepared flour ,half old and has enjoyed good health ever since wo bea
'. a pint or of from
v -ComptrolM- WVD; Banr..Tan.ha..ee.TN'"urer laughter that goes up. Finally the strap fiveS giving it .QKOVZK .N.
less H
t '. V 1L CrIIa3a.see. of milk, four well-beateneggs, vicinity all t hllD Rchelter

I. -.' ,;AdJqt&lIW* -1Iarf4 Lalli, Tallahassee. that holds the basket breaks-down cupful of sugar, a tablespoonful of the past summer: That Tired Feeling 100 SOLD -
: CoanJDinlonr-...D4r. IJD.m1staUolI L. comes poor baby, thump to the ground .
S S : and a few currants. Boil the milk STYLES ova
Mitcneir, Taltabu.eet' e' face down and the winter, 1 have been tuble with dyipepslv I bad but .
I: : -SuperlnUmdent 1'ablic nslracOops-rA.J. Rnsacll the pony, after running n pour over the bread, dredge the obser llltl appetite a hour after eating I would MOe AGENTS WANTED!DOITBLE Qt'ICEI..n '
personal S OF : EASY
-'IS; 5 ,TaUal4aa e. few more rods is caught by a boy, whilst with flour and mix all into stiff experience a faintness or tired all gone feeling& S '

.* .n.C mm1llioner'9f.. ., ImmIsrftloo.. e.,. .>-A.Robinson_. the distracted mother picks up her unfortunate Drop into hot lard as doughnuts a and The tons few more cattle could I I I had not eaten anything. HC', Sanaparillagav : SKBEECHERIilaluij ORGANS 5- --5- .HlRg';' .
fool relished and
infant m aa appetlt: and
t"J'; ecrBE a.pouBT. and immediately unlac to table in powdered sugar. in the best my lat th.most.. because Mtelomly) from the $22. SYSTEM if
/;'. 3eo. ing the deerskin takes it possi- Is9ed the craving I h preloul7 exprfeaced 1 family circle and by matrr Amid enjtitcd in a-lAlorof
S Chief*fl ti '- O. ifeWhorter TaHahnssee. cover, out to KICE PUDDING WITHOUT Eoos. a TO L5 ,. 1
S7Sc.z.- give m of that faint. tlreJ, all-gone teeing.0. Love." Richly IlU'd. Selling! l IJilrkbtbo # "
.S A.eotat.e.lultlc.el-'Geo. P. assnfe herself it is I rle'f
.' ..... n B. Van Kaqry.TaIlabaeiee; sound in body after its quarts of milk one-half teacupful of .A. TVatertown, )las.Hood's word $Zt.S50Iwe'k. trI1ht.p.V. tircnlsrsfrra. $900.'t'
r.r..t ... ': Valkenbnrgh-- Jacksonvllle. rather risky ride and fall.-Oterland country is well L PAG OittliOe. B I'll BAUD I.Ith..P"llAolel."I. SO'1'
'... -. *' : a little less than a teacupful of 5 5
: brntuoiAXi I sugar to
: U.S. S purposes fort4e
>- Lands. '
tl same quantity of nrisins te SarsaparillaS 1 Send for -- I'D'
t t Land office, OaJnteyJle-H. C Tucker,RegtlIei.. '" spo the importa- S ,
all Catalogue'S
'-"i.: '.",.",' I If t: PtmLA.5' : JO. "- All About Calico. cinnamon it with or the allspice! rest; of wash the the rice the population of by C.by L HOD drglt C.Apothecarief. Lowell.Man, HENRY WARD BEECHER 46". pp.,4 to, S qv .' .

;eS Z .". S laD(G1\ TaQahaateo L. 6m-. put grown far beyond by THOS. W. KXOT. An Au-henllc I Complete History run. ,
Mitchell,< The derivation of this word is very in. into the milk: Bake rather slowly __ IOO Doses One Dollar of his Life and Work Horn the Pradle in th*irare. Out> -- W., .'fi
t'loner its as .. ,
a "If'j
': : ll.ill.Ih 10 I. I. The BEST and IIEirUT. Spll D-
S .: .cOUNTY"OFrICE fercsting AS of such an ancient date is its two to three hours; stir two or three H V D-18 didly UlustraUsO. 1Mb Uk..11d... UMance no hindrance-
... .. t8. Mr8. for.p.T Ik*r..hrh'ud ri' Extra Trrmi. Scud for dirular. .IMPROVED UPRIGHT PlA"J.
origin. Leonowens
in the first hour .
< her of If .
", says baking. I am not Addrvra 111(11051) FtC. tu. Halt fort*. Corn -" .
'c.-ndk.-J l n.Kichard.It vets pre- The new mode of piano construction faveatetbf 1.
; India
& in "in the done this is delicious.
: ,'. year pudding on the section IRKS' IMPROVED ROOT BEER PA.CKAUES.
.CWkof Circuit Coan-H.1P, Tork.4 )Mason HamUn
in IBS has been
-_ ;. Merta- -W.Eppe 1I. 10 : 1498", just ten months and two days after SCALLOPED POT.\TOES.-Cut Alaska I be: COCKLE'SANTIBILIOUS AJ. V3c. Make 5 gallons of a aellciou fullyprotta7man ;
S .tli5. up may sparkling temperance bererage s'renKtbens aol /excellent experts: pronouncing it'the "jtysi i
N.c. leaving
..1._ W.mwr1ebt... .' port'of Lisbon, Vasco da boiled potatoes until you have the reports I.g t: purifies me blood. Us parity and delicacy or flavor cit '..j
improvement made in
1U of ct'For
CoUeCIGf.IIQ piano the
.. ... S S Oafoa landed on the coast of :Malabar at tommend It to aL Sold everywhye 'J'KV IT. .
aparintenoent ol8diooll-n. T. quart. Put in a a indi "
Dowltnl..r sources

pan generous full information,send for ,
CataJ. ,
". ', .u 8arveyOT-Jobn P.'Pratt. ; Calicut, or'more: Kale Rhoda PILLS or Inter _
milk UMS&EK
one teaspoonful of flour and of valuable TO .
< P4 oalltY",Oowaliwlqna s-L. Witkevskl O. W. the areas MONEY gag!. At
Ii 'City of Black Goddess. Calicut AOIT! b HAULnr CESAIT AND l
,z felttaDe; was tablespoonful of butter. Set the islands and L ,
M.R. Bewiley, John 8; Andmwi and on I rHB jlress Jrtthjgartlctjars.
S :' e, V V.ta1tJa. S at that period not only a very ancient and let it GRT EGLHRmFo SUN LOAN A SO'IA 'JuX 'BCSl'011,1&i?r,.d t4 u.r" .
thicken then St.1jtV'tC1 Z
; ,.' --- put a where the Liver. ? 0. Fox 58, or 314 i:. WATER EmittA.".T.rinblt .
but I Bile. Indigestion etc. from Her- : --
; ', seaport, an extensive territory which ."'
.c; .i : potatoes in a pudding dish, season do not require to ; contain 01117 'Vcretabla Bowels & Purify Blood. .
Trcatmeat triA ,
Cared. tent
|f r leDt on REGULATE
crtY OrTlCERS.i
: :
t- stretching along the western coast of gent: C. M. NsiFra wTs> OPIUM I. '.25c.; Z boxes$1. O*dnR.. '
.. ,' *' s". '. '. 4 Southern India salt and pepper, and .pour on a' the year. If this I C.ITT&NTON. HUMANE REMEDY CO.. Lata1etta.-In j i or by nia'l.prepaid. J.. BAtlU, Wathingr L J.

j". $- '*'ayo-T.'A.1]K&g Wall. '. and the adjacent, islands reached to Cape from Comorin.Bombay j I the gravy. Continue until all is which has been L I -_ .- =.=.'o ,-.... __ ,._. .._ ,._. __..... ,....... '.,n .,.5-. _.-_.- -- -. "._ _
s J. "T" a.rt-n. ll'1D'L IS. I Cover the top with rolled cracker furnish

S -S r'o 41" 5TI.anrev-B. iii.one.. It was at an early period so famous for its |! and bits of butter. Bake twenty 'beef may yet be

: x ,4k-4&ttorney.3. T.WUha.sS4 weaving and dyeing of cotton cloth that'its I
r .rjrAI ermen-John- e., Rlchnrd.' .. .. Truby,Tate name became identified with FRICASSEE OF MUTTON.-Cut ;: '
,< Powdi J.'M.Johos.1 P.. of
-S .Alvarf u manufactured fabric pounds the breast of mutton into embracing
; whence
.---.- j.__ 5a :- -- calico. .It is now generally, admitted the name that cubes; dredge with salt, pepper the six New Eng

,Accozintiio the -Vienna TagWatl, this ingenious art originated in India in flour; brown in a tablespo nIulof :
ter the fat of the
; 4pI1541cfaflj.of4.tbe'i :'Emperor William very remote ages, and from that country or mutton. Put : Travels.
in a stew-pan with a sliced on lon
; .. bare declared; athe: HOB no organic found its way into Egypt. It was not with boiling water and simmer until, : a rocket while
??r> 'until-toward the middle
.*'faili,/9$1 there is nothing t ry calico-printing introduced
iining:t1 8'8e. of 100, provided -' fnto Europe. A knowledge was of- the veal is tender add U quart of peas isc, for, as trav isS.
simmer fifteen minutes. A pint of : drawn at the 'k .. SS _
kkes the
S hcr himself. art :
:; ourerbf ButS .' was acquired by some of the servants will make lit ii S __
,.a Vlhis; la the service of the Dutch East macaroni or asparagus' tips' may be ;
iajtuf what heroes not ATf't
40, wrjtesraoroign I .India nnd in place of the peas. the antics of S S S t ;S
Company carried
to Holland
-.or.i .. .: 'correspondent. JLccording. to. whence it was introduced in London in, FRIED CELERY.-Wash and trim engine making 5- 1; I,4 II 't Iik t.

1 'i .;:: &uth dtio stojtistics, there ae.'at prea- the year'16." It is surprising for heads of celery, cut off ends, leaving often travels : ':5 ki' -

S !"7:.tinJtiegdozuo1 P Prussyi. no lew children as'wellas our grownup folks' white part about eight inches ; : gait, and : ::: --'-. : -. -----i ) r.-f-==: :;; cS. a

// .i\'* ,ibAn ,OOdper86n9lrer. ninety years" century to learn that teentions''Vli in y as his early natural as the first f I and divide put each into head a saucepan into four of cold, side been of known the car to : ': fj! j !!.!:;:!!,,:,,."sr: tiV'.lli{ 1 !m m! : Y;f. .i 1." ::i!4: I$; !i :IT urhoIowln f ig 1t1 i ;!tl1 f.g ft 1.4

'V -ger:( that UKTC existed in words, in praise
: "** : Egypt a wonderful small lemon-this So if ofDa.PrrncE'SFA.v 0 BITE Pnxscnxrr ON IUI a rem'c.1y for those delicate diseases and weakncsscs ;
n''the\EinBeror. the peculiar
5 In. all parts o! method'of dyeing white cloth.V Calico prevents womcn must be of interest to every sufferer from 8U mlllndlcs. 'lhey are fair .

*i' -hhlrui4 t.ereiaro plenty of peoplfe: be-. *canct .be despised when it boasts of from turning black; put in a small Kerrigan Sir. keeps restored cxp1't'lS1ona to them with which by the thou8l1I1ds use ot this give world-famed utterance medicine.to their sense ot gratitu for the tnwtimable snnPhlM spontaneouS bS& bCCfl
of salt boil Gould
spoonful slowly rope
each S
.. w twoen ulnety Mininety-five...;.Tfce old'S ,antiquity. The.shoddy.makeup of take up carefully, putting it on a but accepts his JOHN E. SEGAK of Mifi nb&c, Fa. writes !. SOPHIA F. Boswxix White L"._ n_. S
est are to> found in thcrprelcnt-day.may look down with I $100 "My wife had bottles of *'l 4{
e \ ,prorfiiciM''. the : to drain. Then take three He changed years with bcensu1reringfortwoorthrceTOrittPnslTiption'I your
contempt non calico dress and bottle of
,- but one your .
ioroe. !F '1 ; .. ,Silaaia... ;- "and ...-r ut .an4We t. 'Wh kind i 'of a lineage has it?" the S fuls of brown flower, '0. little salt L trips with THROWN AWAY. out out one relief.hundred She took dollars to physicians with elk.' T am doing my work and have been.
had been Picrcc's Favorite BEL. some time I have had to ,
.J; ) ,jProi*ia.j. Anumber_ of anecdotes'are'relaied : 8lico can proudly ask. .;. pepper, one tablespoonful of salad Prescription and it did her more good than SUP &bOUtsXteCUyCnIabCfOre I n 1nJtsk.. :
of his
". z yolk of one egg, enough cold own, S all tho medicine given to her the ing .
the .* '! by physi i i J YOQr medicine I have had to wear a
coecerpfag Emporor's Jo clans the .
g. T' to this thick ) at the bell during three years they had been practicing "
.' Fashion : a batter. The white of upon her. au 'ter'most of the time; this I have laY
or"., ;|tife asd tht possible: numlwr.of years Notes: '. egg must be whipped to a stiff froth [ I he discovered Mrs. GEORGE** HEIIOER of Wettfield N. 1", aside, and lcclas well as fever did." ,

l -TkkiU.leftiohm. Oneil1ustratngpopl1uPerttion -' Polona1.s* s' are,seen on many of tie new stirred lightly into the batter. Dip he pulled! the THE GREATEST rhca writes bearingr-down: I was a great pains sufferer and from pain leucor- I w Mrs. MAT GLKASOX. of XTunica, Ottawa Co.

\ "J is dre?ses.. .si: pjeccs of celery into the batter darted n ually across my back. Three bottles continTOnS your J/ioh writes: "Your Favorite Prescription'has
| worth S ,
: repeathig.tI1it N *+ EARTHLY 'Favorite worked wonders in
.8.. '*.. ,.. the,effect that at the .time of ,. "The polonaise promises to be Very pop1'"ular 'cover them well, and drop gently going through BOOM. feet health.Prescription'I treated with restored I r.me-to,perWO"DEcS. Again ehewrites: "Jh1\.n my calle.bot. S

Ue fo summer suits: smoking hot oil; there should be the table like a I nine months without receiving any benefit. tics of the 'Favorite Prescription' I have ro-

4S J ) t at Frankfort,' in, 1863, Salmon pink-nnd gray-blue ar&7ayorite' to cover them; fry.to light brown. the engineer The poor'Favorite suffering Prescription'women." is the greatest earthly boon to us ment of myneif pined and frlend&my health I can wonderfully now be on my to the feet astonish all_day, .

'mn'_ 'William,1 oneUj '' k. colors in spring bonnets. -. S ." J. train.-New attending to the duties i mr househol&
1 .* i'the' neighboood'::oa- Great pendants of diamonds in the Natural Mimicry. TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE.

<.....;. '.." "" .. *!'..,aden- accompanied. by Herr. form of a heart,' very costly and ugly, are; Some insects haven deceptive than Life." Many times women call on their family physicians, -

S- .3on ''A.WDarek. ,'andIiut a nnm be1' r. of in fashion. blance to members of..thc do go-nothing: 10 another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous suffering exhaustion as they imagine, one from dyspepsia another from heart disease,
; Children's world, either for the of cheeks and the this way they all present alike to themselves and their or prostration, .not' r with pain here or there,and in
t"f; :t.Da) 'gentlemen;pal ed 5- stockings arc in dark shades, p1rsc see she i* suffer .for which ho prescribes his pills and potions easy-going them and indifferent or ovcr-ouny doctor, separate and distinct diseases,
assuming to be such,'Whc .'
WaSed clocked with brilliant colors. ing themselves or for that of resu t of feraa'o womb disorder. The physician ignorant of the cause of in nxtlity thy are all only symptoms caused by some
: ol the suffering,
'pne; ; ladiea their But Pierce's "Favorite patient gets no better, encourages .his practice until large bills
; Old I I prey. a more wonderful : out probably worse by reason of tho delay, are made. The suffering
: is
": '4Ti.ia! 'ber the gold entirely passe as 4 color,but! lation is that of the those pale cheeks like Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, directed to the wrong treatment and consequent complications. A proper medicine
5-:- famous! g pBI girl ;.old pink is the popular. shade in rose features* of other wasting form. distressing .symptoms and instituting comfort instead of cause prolonged would misery.have entirely removed the disease thereby dispelUnfr all those
-,1 l sects. .
;rP/ecjoia tella fortunes. I r S
The'parly, ) E. F. MORGAN, of No. 71 Lexington St-
i'.ho:wera a11:m walking Ureu'_tered r Ivory white satin and .faille ...francaiscare There is in Borneo a sand-wasp , 4cSL1Ib is addicted to the habit of : was a dreadful sufferer from uterine troubles. of Cryttal Jfck writes: "I was troubled with

K&$ Dd Jxad thfo; fortunei, _'told.;ininpceaion dresses.eq tiall.r, fashionable. for wedding crickets, but there is also a species surest remedy- I' FAILED. Having exhausted the skill of three female wcnknew, Ieu"and falling of the

''fo. ;.',. '.. the .King, "whose .identity: -p cricket which exactly reproduces the : weak sicians.I I could was completely with difficulty discouraged cross the room phTDOCTORS, for womb a good for part seven of rears the,time.so I had I doctored to keep my with bed ,

:c* : :iril'concealed cominglaltftecbsa' [. : Thft popular'combination dresses prom. pearance of its enemy, so that it can L contain 18,000 alone. I began taking Dr. Pierce Favorite Prescription and of army of different physicians and spent large auma an
the .
"ise to using local treatment money, put
be those of-"cashmere."draped over recommended in his Common Sense received no lasting benefit. A. last my husband
p held, his'4i9fa lonrf irhile in silence silt skirts.. .' 5 associate svith it undiscovered. Medical Adviser.' I commenced to improve at once. In three persuaded mo to try you-' mcdidnea which I waa loath to d, -
.* 5 .'A. Remedy. months I was perfectly cured and havo because I ivas prejudiced
u41hfn arj! r. 1 .Vof I species of.mantis hnftates the had no trouble since. I against them and the doctors amid
,s \ .ai I4i' eat .S ,'I.argo t ghom fiats'are ; -years ago, with wrote a letter to my family paper, briefly mentioning how they wouldi do me no good. I finally told husband
ant .
$ 'Jf -.i '. .ct .. -t stylish for2ltt,1 and mixing with the family, like formulated a health had been restored and offering to send tho full particulars my he would |fet mo some of your medicines.my I would that tf
11 ir .ftM. u''orJM..ta .' .. girls' simply trithmed 'with 1osttes '61 f rS Of its owji members, quietly L remarkable enes to anyone writing me for them and enclosing a stampedcnvelope against the advice of my physician. He got me six bottles try of them
:1' 1.tint t ba1'bbo ." 5 J fat termite,' tinie lion, etc., and for reply. 1 have received over four hundred Favorite Prescription,' also six the .
._... _. .'.:e. rIneij-1iyas. ,,.blt'7iuflut n. '_ '_. _., from to time. I arose large de In reply I have described my case and the treatment letters. ten. dollars. I took three bottles bottles of of the Discovery/ ,.
t z.toeof S tkeTancr: ; Flies often dwell aa unbidden I h increased and have advised used-7 Favorite m.- four of
; &,yayiiiS open work lioi ti sever earnestly them to 'do likewise.' Rrom a great crll'tiouoand I avo> been a sound woman for four .
colotect ilk.tc I the nestsTnd hives of wild pasted its popu many I have received second letters of thanks stating that they & I then gave the balance of the medicine to .
bad mrnvr who
3it Ioxiot *1sbo I The name of commenced the use of 'Favorite was troubled m the
Prcr1pt1on had same and
sent way.
Tb / cured herself
I afrlWted and bearded in the 1.50 In a abort l"
required for time. I
the '
Anti-Bil 'Medical have
Adviser had
not bad
and to take
the applied the medicine if
1 1884 any now for .
local almost
,, kuu treatment four
.Lat jMttern7 as,thir unconscious so fully and plainly laid down therein and 7elU'L"
: ,are seen:still.bn many I IL as have become much better already." were 3.
MS .
their lame their
iptyitsh'sltanes aljthoughitorea.r I j pay of these Pills

.benrfetsJuch have no"strings:' jaynty- I they steal by deTouring the young I have ever since J THE OUTGROWTH OP A VAST
S of need.
5s j-f the commen- EXPERIENCE. ,
tly blstistc'gowfis- in "color tit thane :/ bate The treatment of
.. | trimmed with. r are Beetles often imitate hornets, since I knmtfitdge of their of those chronic weaknesses manythousands and of eases cures nausea weakness of stomach, indi. In S
distressing pregnancy Favorite
4tO biiz. it velvet which*if rippedolT: attention- gestion, bloating and eructations c Prefcrlptton .
( ailments ] "
to is
latter'are insects to which birds in peculiar females at the Invalids Ae a a mother's cordial"
eqch tinie tfie I United States'a soothing and relieving na <
: Hotel and strengthening
dresi.lauidero&V Surgical Institute Buffalo N.Y.. weakness of stomach
and oth.'Tistresin
** of animal nervine Favorite S
J *
fpod prefer to give a very l never varied; baa afforded a vast Prescription" is un. .
;CQ1teas: :Oriige color js seer iff iiillinery fox climate. They experience In nicely equalled and ia Invaluable in allaying symptom common to that condition. If .
S chircH'held SS .5 berth. Even the mimicry of st.i !; -not in a fla- .adapting for and thoroughly testing; remedies subduing nervous excitability, and its use ia kept up in the latter months of
the irritability.
cure of .
; % aiyTb 'out : when sects is sometimes performed by in : for the great Dr. Pieree woman's peculiar maladies. exhaustion prostration hysteria gestation it so prepares the system for de
Favorite spasms
; itkChc is tle Iondtiouco1or. "* Prescription and very as to
dbI S Y : creatures quite destitute. f by high author- is the outgrowth or result, of this other distressing, nervous sytoptoms almost greatly lessen, and many times
.bnI great
; after commonly attendant entirely do with the
; ? even distaste and upon functional away sufferinga
S : sleev. valuable and .
S new re. poieda thiS .defence. A common plain nnvar- experience. Thousands of orircnic disease of the womb. It Of that tr)log ord tL-- '
testimonials received induces "
-.e' from
patients and
t this ra -Jfagland as the devil' refreshing sleep and relieves .I"avoritoPreHrlPtJon"whenX
; from physicians who have tested mental &nxin
; It
in the
'Z: 14stnio1kvo, aiL'r5 '1 --'JCtWfl >fhe"fronta'aod backs ofssed :5 ? it*tail in theagj ;- be-r or in any mind bll- more aggravated and obstinate cases which Dr., and Pierce'despondency.Favorite Golden Dr.small Plerce's M.
i bad baffled \-
S their Prescription
ik&d4 S '- fa ion. when'irritatlthu ,*' and should askr most wonderful skill prove it to be the Is a legitimate medicine, Pellet .,. *5
F ; : ani it he has t remedy ever devised for compounded by carefully ( r4Zt : 1-5s{
5.wooleii f asting.In itawar n the relief and cure of suffering;women. It an experienced and skillful Kidney sad '
order them physician, and I
espe- la not recommended adapted to woman's tae ale
fS't b ia ttiefr cj attitude It'is ezceedingly alarmin; wholesale dealer: asa moat perfect Bpedflo aa a "cure-all.for but organization. It ia purely vegetable delicate In its '
meS woman's ceroua and 41
_ only to-boys'and girls, but to c" peculiar ailments. effects composition and perfectly harmless in its system. scrofulous humors from' e.'
and birds. > i: As powerful InTiajonUIna in any condition or the system. %vr< .
:; tonic "Favorite "Favorite PreleriptiOD"
Still It Prescription" la fa ths only' V
rehi t. ,_ The bumble-bee..fliesf which are4 ; pass nnlm- and imparts to the strength Uten.wombandftaap to the whole, system live core for the most ) and. under medicine for women sold by druggista.- ::*,- -".

*S $pprijbM thgL.18 Lb. .SeCIIbt&S fensive little creatures, imitating the the lives of men pendages in particular. For overworked- obeaofleucorrheaorllwt tes," manufacturers a positive sroanuitee from the _: '.'oJ .' ":. .
..; cbon of rapidly and Srorn-out;" 'run-down."debilitated excessive flowing at monthly periodf that it will give aatiafaotion ," '
the bee flit
1'odu qlter'in IJ1ted about and buzz .angrily es'ned by ers milliners dressmakers teach ful menstruation unnatural pain in every case or money will be ." .
: suppressions
tatei sunlight quite fefter the insect : Co.. Portland, "shop-girls seamstresses, prolapsus] or falling of funded. This guarantee has-been
5' was as foUqwB, *tt1p"24 t: inc dotted 'with L they : full particu- housekeepers nursing mofh- back "female "the womb. weak on the bottle-wrapper, and printed t
i? ers and feeble' weakness faithfully car
Ic.S tlw abort ton ofEallern dkjili1oi;? rows ol gain- an undeserved.repu. do and live at Pieroe's Favorite Prescription women generally Dr. troverslon,bearing-down onteversinn re- years. Larsre bottles .
is sensations chron flOOsj"L0t
; : fierceness. .. .- '. at the great ic six .
congestion or.
a profit of bottle
: -'i together, arc fashiona: 1 est earthly boon inflammation and nlcention far .1 .
1,077 $5.00.iar _
: ; Kansal, _Js.i .- _, Certain beetles have become Some have made appetizing cordial rtL of the womb inflammation pain and ten "
is in Send ten
5 new. You are promotes digestion ovaries cent In stamps for Dr.
and BQuihern::Btatee, 6,762 J S ; kid mousquet resemble-.wasps': even to Ibe' required. Either ternal heat." accompanied- with Pierce's large, illustrated Treatise .CKO S. ''I'

- total .12,641. Th ; thebrsplid. waists fr others Address. WOHX1PS PISPEfSAHT pages) on Diseases of 'Women. '
:produclion S deailTcri2M glov worn both by the'' br HgEPICAI. TSSOCIATTOtf vr '
-5 .
003 .
'MaIn ttPPd
: f ..e slenderness and sal -. .
y lead wjui 144,859 Aort tons ; the latter still I -- --- -

I and* of non-argentiferous' lead tlefano 1 .1 o Ucb uoKbces, have acquired | I Piso's Remedy for Catarrh ia the | :

,;S )bcjti D.. :Y : S sued.e but'they, latter cling to des I \itt4k pollen-gathering ofTiiir on their shanks apparatus, .to LICIE( R4oauI ELLBSSD1 I Be t. Easiesc to Use.'and Cheapett. -

are..worn in much li| fa nea YtnI S J"
m phowof ISalph than formerly -*. bees. ha'l'ea Hat wWa ,.ur CATARRH
us case of imitation Js that Tradeft1&r/It.swL.
; -The.Voat4leeve 'ii' .agim or rabberee.t T.visa ia.aaD aucr4 -
SS L: r i n-orioles, which j jof. vied rnoov and will keep yen dry in tb. hardest storm I IHUI' 'ScWBOc. ""! ..tlorll8UtbmaD.jl
bandf.ia an two Ia A..7.
,5 fefd.eTIrv.eatalo1 TOWEft SO Simmoni Boeton.Man .YltJle. JlII, .j'
rneyer :. .. le flatter tot a look S"; Obtained. ".!
'm e latter jSeiid tot
thelunng ,wfi Gmeral Pas oar-f,rID!. PIa p. D A T EIM T S jnvenron'OnId',stamp-'L.ficf. #. .
libniS ; .The'outer fabric! H4ea w D.F.. MAXWELL, aided by HILL'S OWL. or'WJ1tqtouforono."110. 11. I I. UAM. Pa ant Lawyer Waihlnztao._ B. c. ._J

back tni'eat. General Supcrio and HILL .
'- did the BROTHERS J Bowartl-lbr IB? ..
S ; 5t5; or .a tire plm !: Women B64 V 368 BROADWAY, "BW YOJtK SIOOO- ...F S '1''
: TramMaa, Her* S
1S I 3 a ; plmCompanu -Hau.Cap and Straw Oooda.at.---.. t t ._ DeWltty.01Ilv. .
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&: .._ ____ tefnjit ..AA.ust. gfriedia. .ee'v.5Iter $$_ eo a. Uiit)IIciS Ca

.- t d d'.muchjof the work, ; i' *i1firC iooo : PAT E.N ai.i .I 3IE.IlbRt.flilaOIpblPL, soi4b1snDrWa ..
packing- making raisins use over thirteen million cakes of S and Morphine habit eurtaIGF.
S lets in .
ttut... &. .._-, 5' .5 .. ..50nbdh10er Pi S OPI.JI' tAtdsy..aefer CO lAQpaUrsenrS5.
Crjstalized'figs arilzeth1Oducti Lenox C. dw.pat&Ja.red n I iaailpar$ .v.MAUU ..7 ;. ,
S woman's ,la.Jama '' There ll BP""r light- ; Sap in x886 ? .1- E !?*$* **'. Sample wortfc,tu "
3 *$ (, and o.eonpay Mail*** DOt under tb. BOPW' feet. .A ,
manna now 1he Ited States which;! PENSIONS : .1I V BacwsTca'aSArnv Rcu HOLDC U ;.
rrecl '
!l4k.it __
__ all;over.the world. and will understand
04.000 electric [' *: : you soon why. : d'..1. e.erier.rereftd.l I .

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