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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
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i, English farmers arc resorting to these ,- -_. =:' .- .
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: of barbed wirfe.fences to AWAY nought all the enchantments : .0 e't' ;
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& premises from the/frpredatrons] hunter Frt be mire you're in the rtht I', men. But it was fated. pletely.prevented. her from capsizing come REV.PR:. TALMAGE.I most battemd in the wref k; and I want you ,kindle up_ k light'f -hd4'1I4r- eren.tte
t8 know
The tha
ht'er you wish day fixed for our these vicious po have had twoshipwrccksXshipwreck T1 .
+ trip was perfect. The black gladness S.
who down the- t cloud
hQve- *
trample and was the o '
crops Even The gone, merman 6f !
though you have sky was bright and clear tu1bt, shfpV Do fine apparel and
fight a .
; 10hi wreck i
fences. t was.gonethe.four boys were -. of the soul &wp
! destroy All the breeze, fair for Ranen from with the idea that
world
just ruffled gone THE BROOKLYN-PASTOR'S SUN. sp'wk you
for
posh it but ,
t through- I saw Elas caught between the eternity. Pity, by nil means pious .going gnawing of
Then bang away. sea. We were a party; we sailed and the DAY SERMON iont. wko are more tpte feet.a _
stomach
merr It seJig.1ut .
toppenlift. was pit I empty or. gl ,
- There arc forty-seven vessels under away laughing singing, while Elsa the wind and snowing; tit .'-... take t
Let no feeling of the sea were fierce-as : Tae b c.
&i 1 construction lake ports .which will dismay waved us good luck from the shore. 'but a ,-. on ug-te. ajfcy. Open the a rne. Ter i del
at Overpower your single aim, We soon reached Ilanen and while ever, it'was no longer so dark. I Subject.: I From Twelve to Thre door. 'Oh, ., L 1kef-.Nodt! we COn te g
cost $0,440,000. The activity Lest the managed to reach Elias and him .i to when prw her "
: extrordinar world] Karen and the drag up notkM. l city missionary -
may children te
truly s went to the houseof beside ., 9'clock' I* tempted in Him.
in preparing for To me, holding him with one arm ,' r go th t she ought love (.id and serve
summer water success t
. you have no claim; a friend, Elias and I sought the boat- while! withthe other I to the steo4 anything. Te d'J' Je8 loke .Ohr.she said, you,were-as poor and cl
traffic between tiro West and the seaboard S bang away. 4 builder. clung rail, TEXT: ''ahmn what of theni'ght Only a bkl against a I am, and .i yon could
I We resting my feet on the combing of the -Isaiah Sho11 Go in. :Bt$ jEmatch.Now.. ,nothing else.I a hug.

: I encouraged 1 part by the aver- Fat d cwa heart, .. though managed we but to little sell our for old boat} hatch I thought him dead, but soon he When night x 2 came down on Nine lo BeasXJmess and rart.to glar A great-deal of what is called Christian

) t age profit of 2:per cent. earned last year S you, I dr t ; bgan got it. Then moved and sighed. veh, and Jerusalem, they Babylon careful eyebs Be ua sy.'' work goes fo nothing for the simple reasonit
say and Do
a long careful examination of uttr any insult, utter any suspicion not after the battle of An-
I said
by the lake carriers but that never be "Courage, ; "the merman watching, othewis the incendiary's torch i prc a
,
t mainly, no Whether your part; ten-oared boats. We were hard to please, You will live." i might been thrust into the very heart you value you i6 What is that tet m: out of an ambulance with1"*

,. doubt, by the expectation of large additional work or whether'play; but at last found one that seemed to be gone."No, he answered of the metropolitan splendor; or enemies,' red mark oD the wall! i th mark of amterr's tt and he went distributing the
Bang Bert, weakly. tracts thebest
away. what marching from the have forced h George StewartonjBiof .
water traffic to be driven from the we wanted. Her model below .
-John "God is too good to let the fiend the hill \vO rising up out of the Christian men said
D. Ifemstreet in the carry night on top of the wall eye i t.cutr. 1
Chicago Herald. water-line was so perfect, so superiorto his Iat Al and out straw in the corner "What f b
I railroads by the operations of the interEtte revenge so far as that: I am dying; and the might heard the dJe t are
any that we had ever seenthat we determined you be saved. You not of measured step of gt b his solitary 1 coming toward you, and u they com* There a three thousand m bleeding to

commerce law. ,, MERMAN to buy her,although she seemed wi. I shall soon be with are Karen and my beat; silence hung vatla pu, save as' near you matc, y'..u Ah light! this go la.a s out.babnot Strike like another death.tribute the Bind tracts.up their" 'wounds, and.then a .
----- TH overmasted and some raised the "Watchman
rather question -
clumsily rigged. the children." : those beautif '
children .
J in
The heat of a fire liable to The boatbuildcr what of the night PIt presented bpt We want more cmo-s IB C -
put this This little '
i very acknowledged He one never su it
was silent for awhile. Then he is to me a suggestive and solemn le neve.w work taking the b
a piano out of tune. This is not due to Last summer I hlm'el saying that he had finished her whispered, brokenly: remem- thing to see a man deeply standing guard by srnile. A flower flung on a awfuly b'. a te the next life In the

a. the and contracting of the I Malangen passed some weeks in being overrun with work. ber-all four and "Bert. It thrilled through me, as at the gate night little beach. Oh!! Heavenly ohl bd No such inapt 1rk' a that
you
in
expanding Norway, laid up with a "But," said he,"you will find that there in : the question once one Thy arm Wrap around, you : C man who, the last
sprained ankle. I held him as strongly as I could. Sud- ann Crcton orf coat tighter for the cold with
strings, as generally supposed, but to the One evening my farmer no boat in these : there" followed you your war, wet hospital t&
waters that .
sail .
host is. can denly a look of joy lit his white face. to the bed of had
a
Olaffscn the tub Doming
up by
Bert the sharp command:V'Advance and give swep m
in me
variations produced the rounding lag story. I believed tol fonow- wih her. She is a perfect model. Look Stretching out his arras, he cried: "Yes, the Evfry aoter .' Ah 1 is it been amputated, gave him a tract en the '
Doe
boards under the influence of the in- if you had heard ; so would you ( lines. The faults you mention are, Karen, I am coming." He wrenched sands cuntrig., or mora techr as that that young woman's'scarred and tin of dancing I 1 rejoice before God that '-' '-
him tell it. after all but .wal face ever was locked into' by maternal tenderness never sympathetic uttered,never
trifles. You can alter herrigging His work is to sound a worc
creased of the air in I himself free from weakened wathmn
hold
dryncss especially wa.leC an orphan when about my ar ? Utter no. litter no4 a offej ed, almsgiving -
eight to suit when it be in the first watch, sr ha prayer Chtn .
furnace-heated houses. boards and went yourselves you get and fell backward into the'sea.. second watch in tho third watch .won!. No ray of has dawned indulged but it ble '
.: Sounding 3 to live with her to Kralholm besides or in the hop 01 tt i i
cousin Karen who my ; I am a just I SUpOseI fainted then, for when I fourth vigilant until the daybreak brow for many a Na ray o{ Thr'is 'pla I have
had hop evtp
are made of spruce, because of the superior the been a servant in man, and will allow you something oil was again conscious, two days after, I flings watht b of Will dawn on that brow. But the b where the utterance of one word
family of the minister at Alstadt but the price that "morning glories" blmingcoul gone out Do itot strike another light It will bring buck a sccre of and I lave
resonance of the timber, but spruce, who then so you will really have a was in my bed at Kralholm with Elsa across arching trellis of eho
,
-1 lived at Kralholm in Wclgelanu I bargain." ancients divided their night into four be a mockery to kindle another light ia such to tell you this morning t a sympathetic
. of all woods, is most effected by changes ; having some months before married 60 after bending over me. She had found me'on, -parts-the first watch, from.six to nine;the : a place as that. r d out and v down the wor a kind word, a generous word, a hPP
I Elms some haggling, : price was that fatal lying drowned as she Our cities of Brooklyn uttered in the dark place*of
in a fisherman of that evening second, from nine to twelve;the third, from stet a.l NeW f wor teI
I i temperature. holm for place. Kral- agreed upon, which L'liaspaid} : downandthe then thought, on ,the bench, whither she twelve three;and the fourth, from threeto great ciesae fall of such homes, I tw w bring back 10,000) ecnccs from a. ..
some reason, has ever been the I boat was his. The boatl>uildcrhow-, had gone to meet U$ all. As the weather six. t and the worst tme i the third watch of the i of heaven. .

Cincinnati capitalists, looking for nat.1 haunt of ghosts, mermen and all ever, made us promise faithfully not to had been I speak now of the city in the third watch, nightDo I Are there in this assemblage th morning*
all
spirits of the sea. It took Karen wickel I alter her in the perfect day) very one sup- or from twelve to three o'clock, at that you know it is in this watch of the night those who know by experience tragedian
least
t. ural not long ago bought an option me particular; not even posed that Elias and his family had for sIn that do their worst I
gas, a long to become of the year when the days and nights criminal work It i the hi the thirdwatch of the night! am not
on farm in Findlay, Ohio, for $6:1,000: I, accustomed to the to touch her with a tar brush, unti we some reason remained over at Ranen, and equal. a wat.b here to thrust you back with one hard word. .
3 strange sights and sounds of the lonely were at Kralholm. "For," said "I. that I, alone in some. small abut weary looking the life and At haf-ptl ht o'clock you will find Take the bandage from your' bruised sou'. -

rash with the privilege of buying outright !i beach where her cottage stood. have boasted greatly of this boat, and I boat in order returning to be with Elsa-for our I I brilliancy of the city in the upon first wath Thatis : them drmking-saloon, but toward and put on it the =halve of Christ's*

I, within six months for $1OOCO Her husband, a cheery, hearty man, do not wish to be shamed before the had the hour when the stores are coing. Thelaboriug twelve o'c k they go to their garrets, they Ucwpei and of Go's compassion. My hVf. .
secret
was through some I tools then
courtship get start 1 God
on the com see
laughed at our fears men,having they t t
that I whole town I I quitted : morg. .
f more. Wells were put down and gas sea spirits I had 1 assuring us the by having you begin to alter accident, fallen overboard. and the shop. on way home. It street Watvhng on either sido for the tired of the Silfulle Cry up new t .
no power over those who her rig the moment you own her." When I told a thei they goto thjir work of p ringing. Spread .
the dreadful truth lc
heaven
found, but before the option expired the led they rejoices me to give my seat in the city I darke
godly lives and who avoided all i We gave the promise readily, and the did not believe When car. They have stood and hammered burglar, and the false wi soon I banquet under the ache Let the crow
mc. on inquiry away
farmer died.: Then it was found,that the : dealings with them I touch the stow lotk. -This is an come down at tha >
( ; so when si years I builder talked so much while she was being ;hey learned that we had sailed from all day. Their feet are weary. They are exhausted and before thero will icndi he ad in heaven
had morning there is more delight over
farm was in his wife's name and that paed away, bringing them I launched that neither of us noticed Ranen I had said wth; the tug of work They are the and you
when "Fire
children and as nothing more mostly cheerfuL With i sky, 0 cry of fire!I" This is an one man that gets reformed by the grace of
neither the wife nt children knew anything all other blessings, Karen's I that no cross was tarred on her stern. was heard of Elias, when the wreck of the swift turner's wheel and Shrne' i iwhetstone assassin, and fcvmnrrow thero will be a dead Go t over ninety and nine that never gt -

., of the $6OOO that had been paid. fears had: long since been forgotten. n. Then I My wife wi have it that the boat- the new ten oared boast was cast ashoreon they seek the evening meal. The i body found in one of those vacant lots. Dur Df tk ', .. -

; suddenly Elias seemed to change. He builder was league with the mfcrman, the rocks of Landspoint Island and all clerks, too have broken away from the lug the daytime te vin in ou cities you the htr.in a minuttofone ; .

- The speculators could not get the place Jecune. gloomy and silent. He as who had doubtless taught him Jiow to could see that she had tarnaupon I I counter, and with brain weary of the long lounge but abut sme al p some awake of the 1t flnd had. Outside :4
no third
1 wa : cross watch of tho night of never had A better
4 even for $150,000. I is supposed that ever, kld and good, but his ( I build so well below the water line that her stern, they were convinced, line of fg and the the face whims of mother of those, or who g i I! their eye i;keen, thiir brain cool, thei ave am friend.my He welcomed me to my home at the .' .

I the farmer buried the I money paid him. I laughter were no longer heard. This I he might lure us into sailing thus unprotected and proper funeral services were held for and- child. The merchants are unharnessing I Ithemselves strong, their foot fleet t fly or pursue, theyare Wet He was of splendid personal appear

was very strange, and, stranger sti he j by the holy sign, which all fiends the drowned. from their anxieties on their way I ready.Many ac he had an ardor of soul and a .

suddenly stopped all talk about new I fear, and which would have saved us Elsa and I married. up the strt The boys that lock up are I' the poor creature w At the time the death sentence I were Elas's'saings up in that h'y were born in a thieves' like a brother. I saw men coming out of
ten-oared the
present boat I at the
he had from his away shoving
:. meant to buy, to vengeance. She may be right; made us rich. We j I heaving bolts and shuter I garret Their(jhitdish toy was a burglar'sdrkb.ntr saloons and gambling-hells, and they sur-
it last
is carried out fry hanging or beheading take the place of of the old "six-oar, I such things have been, and that man I farm, and neither of us has ever been ina .look heavy at the ,fire i see that all is taking safe.a The I the tirt thing! the remember rud my friend and they took hi

.;: .. in every European. state except Spain. I almost worn out with long service. That I have heard ended miserably. boat since, nor ever will be.-From streets are thronge with young men, setting I bandaging, the brow of I weak pit down his social ,
I new "ten-oai" had been in'the afternoon out from their father, struck by the police club. They and I saw him and I had a fair
the theme of Early we all sailed for ''lrs. ." of bargain-i gig
great ct.ter
In Spain condemned persons are executed fireside Ilephaestu* makin I I began by robbing boys pockets, and now talk with I never yet saw a man
many a talk for it to be the home. We had about miles tOO
was I eight they have could talk with the of his
come: "o tug the not on
'1 by means of the garrote, a steel finest Let idhrs clear the street and give right of I underground passage you subject
on Iralholm beach, but now for I and soon found that the sea-going to the besweated artisans and [ to the cellar of the bank, and a preparing hbit if you talked with h the right way.
Beautiful in way
I collar with a screw, which isturned until two years we nothing about it. I qualities of our new purchase were likely Work Ivory. They have earned their merhant to blast the Koldvault.Jut i: sd to him: you give up

; it enters the spinal marrow at the base of Karen was, of cour.e'ery anxious, and I to be thoroughly tested. I blew very With improved methods of carving on tu=ir way home to get brea. I s long as there are neglected children you habits and become a Crilal Iremember

at last I, having grown to be a stout 1 hard and the waves ran high. She came a more general demand for small The lights in full jet hang over 10,000 evenIng [ of the streets, juxt t S') long we will have these now jnst how he loke len't
the be
i ; Koine
J the brain. operation $ skillfully deerado ous,wishing to agoJ over his ,
I lad of sixteen ventured to question him I behaved splendidly, skim ning over the ivory figures which could be used as ornaments !repa.tthe, parents between.at either Thank end of God the J' Chl'ktia point and to quot me peaS cud Oh cuter; should a like to be a Crsi.
d is
performed -death instantaneous, but plainly, Karen joined me,.and at last billows like a water-fowl, shipping and as a result the subjects be- "who setteth the solitary in families. (,. iga of Scripture, expecting t Spt have gone s ta astray c't gt

much agony has sometimes been caused he spoke out I scarcely a spray. We were delightedwith i came more varied and less conventional A few hours later and all the pl"c of i|: Ural passage in answer, said one 9 back"
. One da two before he her. We now have beautiful amusement 4 good and bad, are tide. i; poor lads,cat out and wretched: "When your go the time went on After a while the
to convicts'by the bungling of the executioner. years waswalklg toiet artices i ful 'I' father and mother I to
forsake who day of sickness came. was
you,
Lovers of art I
in
stroll smone
catalogue ,
Hanging is the death punish- on an unficquented part of the I Suddenly Karen gave a cry of alarm, with carving of flowers arabesque the galleries ann discuss the then will YOUt u npf and tho boy said: h sck-b I b..ne it tk me-ut aver

beach, armed with his fish spear, and I and pointed over the stern. "We looked worthy to inclose gems; through The ballroom is resplendent with the picuI I "The perliee pdiclIn t gt tere I wa sur .
apparel -
...ment throughout the British Empire, cx- catnc suddenly upon a huge seal, lying I and saw a great black cloud, which little statues of genre designs; birds and I of those whoon either side of the white, a I went in. GW in ordi .

i cept in the case of soldiers, who arc shot. asleep upon a rock. I was the largest seemed to cover the whole horizon, rolling grayhounds and miniature figures of hu I glitenig boards, await the signal from the doe thethir watch of What the though night gambling the hoursbe I nr. d fully him dressed, lying and on he top seized of tho it
I 1 wort I gave my had.
J I- France persons condemned to death he had ever seen, but, strange to say, he : down upon us with a streak of boiling manity. Striking groups and scenes trl The footlights of the theatre flash slipping work. and though the wife I Ii convulsively said: "Oh, how glad lain, ,

since the revolution been dispatched felt afraid of it, and wished to run away. I white foam before it. I sprang to reef from life are carved out of the white substance up out; from the bell the rings, and the curtain glide the rises actors; and I i waituig: in the l'herles home! Bring b. to see you Sit down there." I sat down '1.


J' I say strange for no one ever fears a : the sail, and in an instant the !llual was and the whole inlaid with differently greeted with gorgeous the vociferation scenery of the more drinks. up more stakes. That and he said: "Mr. Talmaga,just where you ;
'
I I
, Tj y the guillotine, and in most of seal and At dark colored which the expectant commercial hou;that only:little while sit now my mother sat last She has .
the larger it i is the better the I UlOflUS. once al was as night. ivory, gives picture multitudes. Concert-balls are Jt into enchantment I I out ag nghtd '
put a sign will in been deed want
. de German States beheading is also fa- prize. I We could not each others' faces. a realistic and beautiful appearance. with the warble! of coj-artneihhip a twenty years. ,
jtur ; sonztrS. seasons, b wre.ktl on a gambler's tbln.Ther I you to think lam out of my mind, or that I am
's,1I Corcd.. In Austria, however, hanging is Elias mustered up hiss courage, crept The wind howled, and as the boat bentto The more delicate of the carvings haveto I or by swept tho blast out on of a brazen sea of instruments. Drawingrom I wi b niany a mOley-ti that will superstitious; but, sir,she tat there last night '

the mode of execution.. close to the sleeping monster, and drove I it, rushing on her course it seemed i be executed by a trained hand and an filled with all gracefulness of spring leak A Congressgamilcd j just as certainly as you sit there now-the

the spear deep into its back. With a that she must capsize. The children I artistic e}-e. Many women are employed apparel, with all sweetness of sound, with all member-elect and won one same cap and apron and spectacles" 11 was my

------- frightful of rage and pain, such as screamed with fright. Then at a short j in this work, especially in the ivory manufactories splendor! of manner; are catching up I old hundred and twenty thOLcn.1 dolar The *p old mother-she sat there. Thin he turned
Jel I mrrol way of getting a living is The { to his wife,and said: "I wish you would take
.I During the past winter many cowboys no true ever uttered, the brute raised I I distance to windward the blackness I i of Europe, where they are in and infinite multiplying corridors the sne it seems a if I I old way of getting a fortune s i s stupi'L' these strings off the-bed; somebody is wrap-

out of work have tak'l to "wolfn3 ;:(- Itself, wrenching the staff out of the I opened, as if a curtain had been drawn paid good wages for their labor. The advancing and retreating.were garlanded I I Come, let us tos; up and see shall have ping strings around me all the time. I wish

; that is, hunting wild animals. Range fishci man's hands. I stood erect, I up, and in a broad space of living green- rougher work, such as making billiard group air rings with laughter, and it. And s the, work go.-s on, from the you would stop that annoyance." "" She said:

ing to grow us as boat's seem-I ish light we saw another ten-oared boat balls, rings for harness and ivory han- with the moving to and fro of on I wheezing wretches pitching [icunies in a rum- "There is nothing here. Then-I saw' it was .
furnish horses ammunition I thoumd to the millionaire: gambler delirium. -
men rife!, She stood out black and distinct dIes is done but the promenades. The procery up i .
Screaming and gnashing its I againstthe entirely by machinery, great span tho stock markets He said "Just"where you ,sit "now my
1 strychnine, and free board, and the Ter- glared at Elias with fierce, bloodshot I half-circle of. light which seemed to since the demand for fine household adrip rushes with the foam halt of at thelong the country ride, In the ; of tha ni;ht,pass dow mother sat,*nd she said: 'Roswell, I wisi -

ritory pays bounties. Mountain lions and eyes, while he, half-dead with fear, could I travel with her. She was an exact copy ornaments has grown so steadily, a large Mirth past,, revelry as you, beauty, cbtne the streets of thf cte: and you be the you would do tetter-I wish yon would do
fashon. mgif- click of thi dicta tha Mother I wish I could do
sharp better. I said ,
of boat she sail I the number of have been str't' :
our own gifted women given
not I ; was ing same mingle in the Il
bear fetch $3: ; gray wolves and timber muimur a prayer. With one final cence ret of the ball on billiard-table. At better I try to do better, but I can't
the ;
bellow it course, but, while heeled terribly: to employment in the manufactories to do ture. until the thinking man goes home to
plunged into the sea, carrying WP merchant inive* dismount, and legislators Mother used to why cant
places help me
wolves 2 10 you ; yon
i i. $ ; coyotes, $1; prairie dogs, i think more seriously and the
with it the harpoon, and discoloring I the wind and plunged madly to the the fine polishing and designing. The praying m! tired of miking laws, tike a respite i help me now?' And sir, I got out of bed,for

. cents;ground squirrels, 5.cents each. In water with blood. Elias did not speak raging sea, she with Iul sai set, glided ivory used is taken, not only from Africa to A pray beautiful more earnestly.and overwhelming thing the breaking! thsin. Ail classes of people it was a reality, and I went to her, and threw

addition, the boys get ready sale for the of this incident to any one. He was, in i along on an even steady a'though and Asia and the fos il mammoth of Siberia city in the first and second watches i the robbll silks by this Ci im?-the importer of for- I my arms around her neck, and I said: ..,.
a'i'I
eign r in Chatham street 'Mother, I will do better, but yon winsb help;
pet as follows: Bears and lions, $6 to truth, ashamed. He had been frightened i the sea were a mill-pond. The but also from the horns of the hippopotamus night thtdeal The clerks of the 1 I I can't do this alone.'" I knelt down and -'

flO wolves $ViO coyote* *1 to $1.50 by a seal; had missed his blow, and lost : wind and sea seemed. to have no effect the tusks of the walrus a.d But the clock stie twelve, and the third store take a the shutters are put prayed That night his soul went to the -
; ; ; not only his prize but his on her. the sword of the narwhale. watch has up, and the officei-s of the court while away Lord that made ItArrangements '
dogs 6 to 10 cents squirrels! 10 harpoon as I The thunder of the city has rolled out of the their time while tin is out. made for the
prairie ; well. He would be Afterward I could but see one aboard her, a dark The grain of the several kinds differs j'iry were obsequies.
laughed at. : air. The slightest sounds cut the night with In Baden-Ba-len, w he i that city was the The question was raised whether they should -
the helm. She and in the
to
cents. County Commissioners in Montana I figure at frightened me. very materially, proportion
he found
j" the staff
of his
such distinction
foating I a to attract your attention. I greatest of all gambling-places on caith, bring him to the church. Somebody said :
arc authorized to appropriate $;00 spear, the iron broken off. I But I could not think of her long, for delicateness of the lines is the price paid The tinkling of the bell of the street car in it was no unusual thing the next morning, in "Yon cannot bring such a dissolute man as* _-

/ in each if needed to One night, shortly after this, he hearda I the wind was now a hurricane, and for it. The elephant tusk represents thefinest the ditnc and the baying of the dog. The the woods around about the citv. to find thesaspended that Into the church" I said: "Yo.iwilibrthgh1minchurchhastoodb"rnewbenhe.
county urgently exterminate horsi in tho next street. The
noise in the boat house. He immediately j every wave dashed over her bows, half I specimens of ivory. When the boie of suicides. Whatever txj :
prairie pups'and squirrels. In great filling the boat with water. I heard tusks are brought into the workshop they slamming of a saloon door. The hiccough of the "uOmding.there i no excuse was alive, and I will stand by him when he "
rose and went to see if any i the drunkard. The shrieks of st/amwhistln for this of is dead. him." As I stood in the
Arizona the bounty is: Lynx, $2; bobcat mischief were on foot. I was midnight, i Elias shout: "Lookout Hold fast, all arc cut into shapes necessary for carvingby five miles away. Oh, how sugze-tive, destruction roll ia the deep rumble etra: pulpit and Bring saw them carrying the body up .-

: $2; small wolf, $1; timber wolf, $2; stormy and cry dark. Entering the boathouse I of you!" and saw an enormous wave, as machinery. The objects are designed mv frend the third watch of the mght gambling tnpin->ley, and as men come out the aisle Helt as if I could weep tears of -

he heard no sound and at first I high as our mast it sccmc, toppling beforehand and a suitable piece is cut out ar honest men-passing up dow to join procession of sin, all the blood. ,.4 -
coyote, $1; bear, $3: ; panther, plmacolgr could the over us. Tons of down from the sheet at one turn of the wheel the set Here is a missionary drums of death bat the de-ad march of a On one tide of the pulp'.t! sit his little chill ,
." mountain lion $1 jack rabbit 5 see nothing. Suddenly light } a scuttle of.coal to that poor thousand souls of eight ,a sweet,beautiful little girl
and I then taken
years
:; us, were sinking; i i These pieces arc by -
of his lantern fell upon 1 huge black mass, i upon though until family in tht dark plac. Here is an undertaker In one year, in the city of New York,there that I have seen him hug convulsively in hf!

,. ____ ________ from which rose grinning and snarling but our boat quickly righted ant seemed ists. \\hodesign and polish them up the steps of a building from were seven mill )fl dolar. sacrificed at tho better moments. He pat on her all Jewels,alt y
f ,__
h the fierce head of a monster He I to shake the water from her. looked fashioned ready for the store. The carv- which there c'ome bitter cry which indicates gaming-table. f<. sm' of your friends diamonds and gave her all pictures and toys,

In. the office of one of the big clock membered it well and ,eaI frt for Elias. I could just make out his ers sit at long desks facing windows of that the destroying angel ha smitten the have been smitten in this sin. Itrhap sm and then be would go away as if hounded byI

concerns is the timepiece by winch a native re-\\ at the helm. Then I heard a half- light, they use salt and water beneath ftbr Here is a minister of religion who of you have been smitten by it. I an evil spirit, to his cups and the house of
terror-stricken, the head I Ithc.sral anc giving the sacrament toadying Perhaps there in the
grew bn iab a stranger shame-a fool to tha correction of the stocks.
stifled shriek.H 0 Elias husband! touch of their fine tools. The
missionary in South Africa preached .. disappeared, and in its place was I Ia I Chritian Here is I physician passing along house this morni .g fne from some of the She looked up wonderingly. She knew not :
"
his is brass bowl with large man, entirely who rushed Martha and Nils! Save them! It was polishing is accomplished upon wheels or hst the messenger a few'steps hotels. Look out for those agents of iniquitywho j what it all meant She was not old enough
sermons. I a a nake from his Karen's voice. The two little ones were "buffs" corered with Canton fanne and ahead, hurrying on to the hou'hold tarry aroun-l th-.hotl, and ask you: I I to understand the sorrow of an orphan child.t

little hole in the bottom. The bowl is hand pastjElias, striking : gone. I heard Elias We could there are vats of colored lquid Nearly all the ligLt' in the "Would you l.k; to :cityf "Have t On the other side of the pulpit sat the m<>',
. but not so quickly that the groan. dwellings, for it thud watch of the
building
poor you ever seeii that who had ruined him were the men wlr>
splendid they
is finished ;
in a gourd of water and when it do nothing. Then I looked for the other ing tints. When the carving
That window the
in the is
place fellow could not see sticking fast between night light light pp townf uNo. Then the had poured the wormwood into the orphans '
j fli and sinks the preacher knows tint his shoulders the spear of his lost har- I boat. The greenish light was brighter, it represents exquisite" work.-.Mail and watcher, for the medicines must be a I villain mil undertake to show you what he cup; they were the men vho bad bound him
I the strange craft more distinct. Two Express. ministered, and the fever must b watchedand calls the "lions"and "elephants,"and after a hand and foot I knew them. How did they ..- :'i
!1j ., an hour has elapsed, and he is.wise he poon. He realized then what he had _ _ _
i had beca added to her crew. They stoodmotionless the restless tossing off of the coverlid young man, tn.ugh morbid curiosity or seem to feel Did they weep? No. Did they

concludes. his tcrmon. I is alleged that done, what vengeance he had provoked, by her mast; their faces were The Army.of llayti. must b resisted,and the ic must be kept on through badne su!, has ssea the "lions" fay: "What a pity that to generous a man
with whom he had dealt and had still to I the temples, and ..pe'ptua1 prayer and the "elephant;" he will be on enchantedground. should be destroyed No. Did they sigh mpentlngly
; and faces of the dead the faces.
a wag once plugged this timepiece, del Karen found him lying in.a swoon : the The Haytian army must present to must go up from hearts soon to be broken Look out for the men who move over what they pad done Ho;the/

the preacher, seeing it still above water broken by his side. He of the drowned children. It wu a European beholders : spectacle of grotesqueness O,the third watch of the night! What a around the hotels with sleek: hats-always r sat there looking as vultures look at the car '

talked and on until his sermon told her nothing 1ltr, that day ;i i fearful sight, but before we could speaka the equal of which it would stupendous thought whole city at ret. with sleek hats-afld patronizing air and unaccountable -". cass of a lamb whoso heart they have ripped
on t, nnt.from word another mountain of water was be difficult to find anywhere either in factor Weary arm preparing for t'morow's toil. intert-st about your welfare andentertainment oat So they sat and locked at
dragged on its length over was silent and gloomy, knew that 1 : hurled and when it had battalion Hot brain being cole off. You are a fool if yon r annot. the coflin-lid, and I told them the
. appalling he had the deadly: hate of a merman -. upon us, passed. fiction. Imagine a on relaxed. Excited soothed. see through it They want your mone>. judgment of God upon those who had destroyed '
three hour*, which caused so much dissatisfaction : ilurret no greater can befall j Karen was gone, and Anton's life line parade: consisting of thirteen privates, ten hair of the octogenarian ner\'e in thin Te whit ,In Chestnut street, I'hiladflphia! while I their fellows. Did they reform I

among the congregation that e\'i II I i danget: loose and empty. I could hear officers, and six drummers! The rest of the pillow, fresh fall of fae on snow already acC was living in that city, an incident occurred was told they wer in the places of iniquity ..
a seafaring man.
I .. praying, while the four older boys the men-as the author quaintly puts it fallen. Childhood dimpled hands which was famiu -to us there. In Chestnut that night after my friend was laid in Oak- ,
.: the minister purchased a nicklc-platcd I|I But he kept on with his fishing, and i clung Ela half drowned to the mast and neither it to throw on the plow: and with street a young Ian went into a gam\lnz. wood Cemetery, and they blasphemed, and.
; $2- watch and became the marvel and one dark morning as he was sllng: out, I -thinking unnecessary present breath taking in a of fu ever saloon, lost all'Lv property, then ,they drank. Oh!how merciless men are. especially ,
he heard a deep voice that call !I Ij moved nor spoke.We themselves except on pay day. The staff t I frolic. Third watch J..V of sr night! God's brains out, and I'fore the blood was washed I after ther.have destroyed voaf. Do

I envy of all 1m townsmen. I j I from the itself heard a loud laugh and a deep officers are clad in the rot gorgeous I 6umbrle eye will look. Let one great wave trom the floor by the maid the comrades were I not look to men for comfort and help. Look],, -

.: I i spa : voice called: "Ha! ha! Elias, Iwihave uniforms procurable; while the men refreshing slumber roll over the heart of shuffling cars ag&in. You see there is more to God. :
is Your sa.ls; well, for the wind is free; l.e. highwaymen for the belateJ But there Is a man who won't reform. Ha .
-A notable phase of f railway industry Lat a crew soon. There was strange habited in a motley array of tattcra. the great town, submerging care, and anxiety mercy 1
i Wait )Oollye Mill a race with me! ful In her ,and worriraent, and pain. traveler o whos... body he the.stones, says: "I won't reform.Well!,then, how
\'I a railway tie nursery, situated near the... When the sky is and the dead afloat, scarce fifty feet from us. Some have coats wanting one arm, th" Let tna'dtv sleep. But, my friends, be not there is more merer in the b-p'the flower many acts are there in a tragedy I believe

: .; tattle town of Farlington, Kansas, in the Il show you the match of your ten-ar were Karen and Anton, Nils and Martha, 'illar or the tail; the headgear may cn deeive There will be thousands to-night that it kills, therfis m.r Dry ia the bur- five.
I boat. dead and white, and there, huge, naked sist of a dilapidated shako, a straw not sleep at all. Go up that dark -Heane that shivers ser on the Long Act the first of the tragedy: A youn-r
hat
.- "southern part of that State. I is said I I His men thought it was some neighbor and terrible, stoot the steersman, with wide-awake, or in many instances alley,w ad be cautious where yeu tread, lest 'itfand coast, than ther f rry in th heart 4 man startingoft from home. Parents and -
be the artificial plantation of I beard head. you fall over the for of a drunkard of a gambler for vi vci listen.HMjiinT,ti have him go. Wagon .:-
; t largest i I I wishing to play them track. Elias knew sE\green: blowing wildly a handkerchief tied around the lying his prorat Look about In the th-rd the nightalso; rUfiC oSff'.th*-tilL; ** Farewell. kiss flnnjbackT 4'

.\ .f(rest trees in North Ar'rca, and is I I what it was. about his frightful head. The officers hold their swords in either you, lest you o feel dort. hug. drunkenness does itf'Ararst.vTb* drug iffirifa bell and let the curtain fall '

owned by the Southern Pacific. The I I From that day he lived in terror. He With a menacing gesture he pointed to hand as suits them; and the men march through the broken window-pane, Lk s lb respectabfcWabWckla the ActaEeoond.-irThetoarriasealtar.! Full .. ;

I gave all idea of buying a ten-oared I the spike of a fish spear sticking betweenhis past in admirable confusion, each one what you can s. say: "Nothing. a flushed M>lu lhtfvvaad: garralouBftt organ g&Jts, Long white veil
different sections have been planted: respectively up i is" ten. t B-aCja Bhca .T t.,twelve trailI1 -aise.. Prayer and
J.:i I boat, partly because he did not think it shoulders. I nearly fainted. Elias carrying his musket in the position-he Then lit What it? God the hat falls o th. conktioexclamation r. ot "110w ,

A two four and six years, one- while time he believed ceased praying. By the ghastly light convenient. The help u No fotlght but tragedy *,. '
,
I worth for the short .- finds most populae;ghastlier and mi Ristori or for askim for. t ugh well she looks! '. *
fourth being planted with the ailanthus,' he had to live, partly because the now so near us.could see his face. I look on with admiring looks, and gravely Edwin: Booth ever ent.tha light. no t dt *there, Act the third: .A woman waiting for .

the rest with the cat.llpa, together with merman's words seemed to warn' him' was but that fcrociotis.Drawing of beast at bay, despairing ask i finer troops however can anywhere thoroughlytests be found. fire, no br no hop. they it b winter bad no, brote, =,, rC' c 9ae staggering broken wipddw-panA.step Old garments Marks of sTack hardship into the on -

a few of white ash. Those first planted against sailing in such a craf. '. knife he muttered: The Haytian, for twenty-four hours. You say: "Why In the .T it fa hushed up. the face. The biting of the nails of bloodless .
o"-e him at long service and i fo
said all we could. his military consequeithe : they beg I" They do, but they get A merchant print*, get noIsy and un- fingers. Neglect, and crne'ty, and despair.
are now about twenty-five in height, the frt with little effect; but as months and ,I "I know I know you! I a spear sentries, lest they should b* nothing. You ay: "Why don't they contriable, I taken by. his f"Uorev er Ring the bel.ana let the curtain drop.

J last about twelve, and some of the taller passed and nothing evil happened can pierce your back, this may reach fatigued, are considerately y provided with deliver thenftelves over t the almshousei" wrjV' t get hiil to bed or take LuBAbme, Act the fourth: Three grave* in a dark
falls hit in the eTitryXHr not of the child that dfe.1 for lack of
w1
old heart. Journal. would not ask if ever ; place-grave
his he became his your you you herd
arc seven inches through the stem. There gloom wore away, chair.Chm'rs's A wJSo; the children. have had medicine of the wife that d>d of a- ,
I "Elias: I shrieked, "that was on bitter cry of a man or a child when told up They I grave -
are iifaii in self, and again all his talk was of a new not let them knowit. broken heart, of the man that died of -
: about three million ; he must go the disgrace enough D I grave
tre, What would do? t almhou."Oh .
land.
ten-oared boat. you Turkish Coin Bracelets. ," they poor, and, Huh up. swnetinies it cot dissipation. Oh! what a blasted heath w.th
j "
full say
vigor, on the plantation! ; all were Spring came and a day was fixed whenwe "End this, one way or other, he therefore, they do not deserve our sympathy.1' b*> ut>,".jeifthe rum touches th ban three gravest Plenty of weeds, but no flowers -

i j. planted four feet apart each way, to were"to sail around to Ranen, sel the shouted. "To the sheet, fool!" and he The handsome bracelets and necklace'iwhich' Are they vicoul So much mor'need they the man.beo-nie.-. thoroughly freze JUng the beli and let the curtain drop.

'" j the helm. I trimmed the sail Turkish ladies wear, composed of ..Christian -poor, -Such an on*earns :ort.,having. Act the fifth: A destroyed soul's eternity.
th is old boat for what it would fetch buy put up you G help
t dethc, ground, though eight feet I I instinct and flew to run ancient coins of gold, form one of the them Through their night for some tim nrt during hu absence his No light No music. No hope Anguish
1 the new one. Great were the preparations close, as by we. characteristic th round, merry star of and throughthe wife h e lay in the next coiling iU serpents around the heart Blackness
$ allowing I and most orna- d
intention this richest
t late plan for we intended to make a pleasure down our pursuer.. I was now desperate, broken window-pane hop ee the cryr*I tot Ofaequ.es, and he went of darkness forever.Bnt .'

i t-Teurtlis of the trees to be cut out. of it, and take Karen and all I too, and grasping the bqathook, stood ments. As these coins are scarce, and a tats of heaven; but the vicious the/ ; B the locks; and shook herother I cannot look any longer. Woe t woe i
- 1 When party insisted that she ready to strike. k the taste for this style of prnament is to be Their p. BhrondrWMJttched her out cf the I close my eyes to this last act of the tragedy.*
WhcIlhtT are fit for fence posts. the child'ren. My wIfe "rmor pit the bell and!let the curtain I
have Ring
!
adventurers iK Quick
'You yourself ? 9uickl
seemed aboard of the ever gone 0
merman increasing
'i1made should at home so that the industrious Just a we cerain ont "Ohlwh' PVJlBKtlie brain cannot Oh man! in thy .
T iA "VitivdyYited the trees ? stay coins made of baser metal arerfftaMjiw114? 'nt you drop. "Rejoice, young
'
: house mother have at l least onedav's another wave swept over us; I felt had Europe tem syg the< t a : ,; hush It "Itf.iiC fcp0 YOU see all youth and let thy heart rejoice In the days
t r n.eY by an: > ties in great shouJ Even which in Turkey; they sell as'genuine.In ; all
under that
y diversion- she was not my our boat sink from me. Iglvetenprayers oT"suirermg f round yoa VbSfjtSfB fxntlhmg rc. I of thy youth: but know thou tor
: !:, d\: I a thinning-out wife then she was an orphan, like me, through the rush of the water I heard Anatolia and clsewheie they have ,!.wiUgivo.l tW.I15'U be done. Ydo Kjl _jnce woi>t. I these things God will bring you into judg- '- :
; driven trade in this sutTe6t mi.. on a multi- I ment" Tnere is a way that seemeth right V)
great
Process hundred wild shrieks and shouts of fiendish a prosperous way. guilty who are o .o mdnght.
there fish
will be nine the kind BisL "
some who had been adopted by has prohibitedthe Th fisherman, wl hve beefc We want a bud a man, but the end thereof is death. *-
But now
thgn4 trees The Oh, if Elsa had only gone withus I laughter, and knew no. more unt.I .government 1 hut men sod women to down
1 to come to mllturiy. erman. sile of the sham' coins and orderedthe ing into the breakers;,x l'r
; would have mine back safe and found myself clinging wlh a e. .and the warmest frm the highest circles of society t toil CHRSTlAiTT was iiitro laccti into
of we
4- ,this i \'ast.raiway tic nursery is to happy, forElsa is a Finn, and the Finns to the u submergt rail of our wrecked sizue' such- -as m.v be now offered' who. are p. chilled ad'fnnueT m&r br and 0 amid the wading and destitute nod France ia the fifth cwtnry. : .

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'. promises. be as great as any we hare 25 per cent lower than any ;II a, CiTY OF STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY
: ; t : .' :Af,.' ', I THE FLOURISHING :
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,. IflCond -.ver.hl.l- our farmers .are all working othorhouBOJnthe city. A SUBURB '
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.tt. pries if paid Jii advance credit. The outlook in Bradford .county "irTtiJrLSp-.s c 1 R. & N. R. R.: 7' acres: Erntmg 1570 feet n the F. R. &
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.; 'subscriber 'will be. notified.j hen bis I prosperous aspect and all classes of our m_ gl-e Bay Street, N. Radrad: ,

his subscription name sail'U if outjby.jTot.ordsve'a large

..; .' paper will be promptly 1 sloped wU.nth beg bread" nor of the'righteous will the generous shall soil never of AND RECORDED. LOTS IN LINCOLN OTare offered ,i n: he real eithie

1 ubaerlptlon .x'lti., To !
., Bradford county ever fall to reward market to fill a long ---figgd of our colored friends and citizens o. .opportunity

.'. j ... berece1vSltbpIeaIureandpibUhed Short artlal of public IDterMt, wUL, with sv the superabundance haneM'and indusJ'of.nil ious needed farmer product purchase at low prices and on.liber l terms iwn? lots and homes "to have and to hold"for


.". but|D writiDK.. .writ plainly and wake of the' farm and garden'Bedford I I themselves. In this "Land oj Lzbert1/, as well as flowers and fruits, It is the
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'.' do our not atot'-oart ttt'read abort!lone* possible.winded article-People*,. county great people manympectJ: re peculiarly, when we.blessed come Ira to: cc .. right of every citizen, and within the meanJ1 of every energetic and thrifty man Qr


: :. Sturjif, Fla.. June 18;.ISS7. .I think over .the condition .of man Jcind woman, to own for himself ir herself a spotof green earth, with a bit 01 God's blue
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I generally. alaTL&881Ct build self o./ loved ones a home. Unazsputte
above it which to for pretty
TbeCty: Authoriiies have taken the I a "y VIWTSISaviTm sky upon
COUKTf
JOINER
COMMISSIONERS COURT- 'ai.v MDt4rr RIVERS &
i: ::.; :. right step fu cleaning up the city. Slhrke JUXK6, 1887.Board w_ possession of the soil of one's home, howevefhumble, imparts dignity and power to the .

r is now in a vrrj- faultily coudilioji and I met at 10:30 a. in. All members I. "1.111 a c STAUKE FLA. owner, employs otherwise idle hours, and ttfrns waste into wealth. flI.

4 if by any mnns sickneet should break ,
A present. The minutes of the l last BAtflft SA.PHILADELPHIA. .
meeting LOCATION OF LINCOLN CITY
THE IS CHOICE
.1.- _. out in Clarke we could not'f.el that our read and approved. ". *N. AND CH E-MIAIS c ; ,

; ::': E d'utyTiad been left undone .. DSUSS of the I:
B Haynes turned over to the board PrictEDo11arAt The soil good and suited to successful growing Orange, Peach, Strawberry

:. .'..2:. ....,.'. ". .. at w Tbe public.F.auction U. & N.in Railroad November will next be ,sold this I they$163 gavorfeceipt.Bradford county.coupons. for. which : TOI LET AND FANCY 'ARTCLES, t. Fig, &c., and of all field and garden crops grown in East Florida. The obi -


:It, '. t.::.'y..; will be a good thing for tbe State alA !. Tot change.asked for in the Starke and age fOIl Dnd value be.ure bealth"OIl perbapl cet tbe 1re G.nu1ii'..xamlne. each SrSthe.red PATENT MEDICINES, &c. i SliTw FULL HONEST VALUE FOR THE MONET PAID, and to encourage thrift and

r" .. though it has tee.j much improved under Sanderson road near John Norman's I oa'front T or Tn Wrapper I .Mrk and and on the Iho Ml side title energy amoung our colored citizens in owning and beatifying homes of their own.

; ._ Its fMTseot maoagemrat. there i in plenty of r granted. the seal and &tttraof J. W. Zellln 4rJ FKIWCBIFTIONJI c..aFflULL'W '

:. j .'. room.l left for the better. .. i ..Tbe Collec.or of Revenue wan author Co..a
'f .... . Tcllow'.fever in Key. Wst- -.i is not tpceading izeu. to, take the fiendsaua coupons hell U nu other SliEBIFF'8 eeBuine Smuncas SALE.KtguUtur. 1 backed by warranty deeds from our old reliable citizens JOHN C. RICHARD and GEORGE

"..,:", .. mpidly at all. the health, officers .ft f Richard & Pkce. paying therefore the .. E. PACE. I I II.OT8
face-alue Py vlrture of an execution isiu d oat of Juit1c DRUG STORE
for'the .
only
; : .
_thatplace think they caD control tbe dl li- :UlIf' Court Jo..ph L. Hill,Ju ice ot the JfS* : ARE PRICED FROM $10, ONLY, wJP TO $5O, according to choice location !
., The
4 and Sheriff's bond w.is approved and in and for Bradford county. Florida. : ,: ,
;1 ,'. case feel indignant blie whole signed the'board. 20th A. D. 1887 i favor of W. H. Wards and Term $5 cash on each lot purchased and balance in monthly or quarterly instalments ,ii,
.. '.. country should quarlnlin against them. by against William BriKRS upon ft flnjl judJ'm..t j
Error and Insolvencies sheets of the rendered In Mild Court oa the S6th day of' April. within 6 to Ifc months, with interest at 8 percent per annum. WILL SELL FROM A

'.. .... :: The Morning News and "Evening Her Collector of Revenue signed by the board. doll/Ire A. n. 18T damar'for the and sum e ight1|{ of C-100 sixty dollars ev.n ,Zl"coot 100 c; HALF LOT UP TO A BLOCK OF 4 ACRES to suit imrcha.icr. '

.. aid, of Jacksonville! have consolidated A petition for together with al accruing COlt.and to' '"***" LINCOLN CITY IS BUT 20 MINUTES K FUOM THE STARKE DEPOT, MAIL
asking funds to ad
S fertile 1 bave levied upon and will sell to the higbwt
.: i-ito a bright newlY morning paper called the county was objected to and layeJ bidder at public auction 0 i the first Monday lu: I AND EXPRESS OFFICES. CHURCHES & SCHOOLS IN SIGHT, VERY CONVENIENT.The .

& ... the News-Herald, it is lull of the topics of over fur consideration at the next meeting. July A. D.:the 1IW lejrl beiogihe hours 4th of day sale of at said the monthbetween courthouse recorded plat can be seen at the Law Office of C. L. Peek, who will cheerfully nhow

. t. -' .. the clay, and will soon work iU way intoprominent I{ lIoIYed. That the portion of the county or'Bradford in the town and of State Lake aforesaid Butler in alt said the lots explain prices and terms to prospective purchasers, and execute contract sale aDd

.4 4, e Black Creek road between the crossingof right title and Interest of the said William Briggs deeds. Apply at once if you want choice of lois.CALI .
.r which he had or could have had at the time of "
;: 4 ., We are glad to see the interest that the the the Lake Butler and Olustee road rendering of said judgerae .t in and to the follow ] OJ-N v--bv ADDRESS\ ,

,; : '.. people all over the county are taking in and the line between Baker and Bradford ted!lying'K Uismlwd and being lots ia or said parcels county o' to lands wit:wtua-OM J. L. GASKINS, a COMER L. PEEK .

the welfare of the TELEQRAPU. We as counties be discontinued as a public road. 1 1)acre In the west end of a plat of six((6)) acres DKALhll INPhysicians' ,
said lot Number Mr (6) tu said plat. bei-.g a
.: .;... sure you that it is highly appreciated we Resolved. That the Road Commissioners IructioualnaitoftheS E Corner of the N E f Drugs & Medicine STARKE FLA
I of N E'i section twenty in<- (29)) Township] -
would like a few more correspondents. of this county be notified that in Starke 'In.
.. six t6))wmtli of range 23 east containing one acre ,

.' :"...,' .... Write us anything tbat occurs iu your future the road laws relating to mile posts impro nioi a or*im!h.-.uts. Togetlur and opperte with all anws fixtures to belonging building or RICHARD & PACE.

.. section also about the crops social affair and sign boards will be strictly enforced.: ard apt taming. Property poi ted put by Prescriptions .
\, S l'laintiff' Attorn!)'. I (al'et'llll/J''cJJnpoundecl (l t all hour*-dayniiJi H STARKE. FLA. .
about Resolved. That Louis
.;. or yourself' if you cannot think of Witkovski be nENREPPEHNO I

: .: anything the. I authorized to have the Starke and Lake L. B. RHODES.ridin'iO"! Sheriff of Bradford (Vu.ay. July 26, IS'O -nl' \ .

.' View road leuaired.. thc cost not exceed 1 Attorney. : -'QT 1 .. ;
"J 1 : 3Ir. James M. lierniftclier., President -- 'J.,1' r---Q'----'IT'- _
\ .
6'
.y-Q0.
I
: $15. I llux' 84t. -( yOO' "6' 00'6'./OO
tJ ..: o' the Pnhlo Bf-acb, Jacksonville and r. TKMPLE.TEMPLE'S I .',
; S.
" : icuu.
yf : Atlanta Tluilroad hat Resolved{ That W. H. Ward of Iarkl'. T7 I.O RAILWAY AND & .
our thanks for an ..
'
.
: '. .., annual pai over this road. Pablo Beach be made special pauper and that he be N.\VtcATItNLO\tPANY. MIL.S. -

". .. has already become famous as a seaside allowed $5 per month. TIME CAltn IN EFFECT MAY 2.1387.12.01 a. mAll FLA. -

\ resort and will doubtless! continue to grow Resolved, That the Clerk of the Courtbe L Train Hu bv MOth Meridian Time(Central). T RICHEST HUMOROUS BOOK OF

\ authorized to furnish the btarke Telegraph WESTERN DIVISION. MANUFACTURER
in popular faror until nfl! Rc.ute
it rivals some of Shortest Quickest 17 New Orleans and
the grand watering places of the North. copy of the proceedings of each the Slmt!.Wt'st.Vet Direct and Northwest Connections to Poi ts OK AND OK\LEK INS.i THE AGE IS

.. The hole! -uvri modiitions at Pablo meeting of the County Commissioners for "'i" mea k A. Al, time. f' mean* P. 51. time. ;wed It lid Dressed Yellow I'inc

,. Beach publication as soon thereafter as practica Read np. .Head ?WIJ. Samantha at Saratoga
are equal to any in the country No. Iao. 2. Xo.l.o.. V. Lumber of every Descriptlun and ,
and there It 11 40 a 7 30p ArJacVfcoille.LvH (flu 3
no nrccessitj now for of ble.The O'p Quality.
any following warrant' issued in 10 U)a (j SO p Ar Baldwin .. Lv 8 41 a 4 05) p by Josiah Allen's AVife. Miss Her.Y ; :
; our people to go North in search of A were I 1118 a 5 19 p Ar Lake l'it).... LvIO lOs t 5S p Laths, Pickets, Railing Hracketa L spent all uf last SeaSon amid the whirls : :
,. open court: 7 I'ia 4 :;.p Ar Live Oak...Ar 10 53 a 720p __
and takes off its flirtations
pleasant place to spend the her ted term G'la pArJlallison..ArI201p 8 37 and finishing Lumber) constant on FASHION follies

;. and have a good time. H. W. Epperson boarding prisoner.! 2.00F. ) 5 15 a 2 59 p Ar Mor.ticello! Ar 1 35 p to 25 p p hand.J3fSi : low-nrckcti dressing pug dogs in
II. Rivers repairing court hou e. 5.00() 330 a 1 II p Ar Tallahassee..Ar 2 !!7p 11 55 p her inimitable mirth-provoking style. The
According 1 40 a 12 03 p ArQiuucy ,..Ar 32Jp 1':011 >eia! attention given to Fill book i* OP
1' to the best aulhentic td John Hall PROFCSELV ILLUSTRATED by
.. 11 June.. ."
S bridge 10.00) 1201p 25pArlinr \r 405p' 30 aHOOp
Orders with
ing Dispatch. the renowned artist of 1'rCK. Wiscllimniensly.
PER.
10.OAAr.IAria'.na..Ar
we
reports cn gather from the John W Kellum .07p 405a800p
: ;. orange expenses to deposit : 8.15 a Lv Do Funiak Spr..4r '.06 p 8,<>0a300p : At $2.50. BRIGHT

.. producing districts in the State Bradford county money....... ... .... .. 7.45 5.15 a I.v P usacoJa..Ar 15.10p ll.r a i Scroll WorK AGENTS WANTED. AddressHUttBAllDBIlOi
: .
... :: .. .. ; county will produce a larger crop, to the ). V. Smith County Commissioner.. 6.00) 12.16-P LOOaLT 8.00a Lv Mobile|IFlomatoD.....Ar.Ar 11.59p 2.2j a 3 7.10p.15 p :)., I'ubs. Philadelphia,

number of bearing trees, than any other. M R. 8.00 p Lv New Orlean/..Ar 7.U)a AND P ciiutt. 7
Beasley .. 660)
7.20a 7.50pLv llollt omerr.AI' 7i5a
: ". ..; .. county in all East or South Florida. We L. W'ltkovskl" u.. . 5.20 %..:"p 7.27 a Lv Na"hvilo.1'! 6 10 p 7.U 75Sp a, Vegetable and Orange CHURCH DIRECTORY.
: hare always believed that 12.45p 1&LvEransvilIe .Ar l.lOa 2.35p
Bradford was G. W. McKinoey . .. 5.20J. ) 8.35 p 12.36 a Lv Loul.vll1.....Ar 2 25 a 2.:10 I' I
among the best. orange producing sections S. Andrews 815ft 8.20 pLT Cincinnati..Ar 635a 635p CRATES
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. _
3.00 I
.
: of 7.10 a 7.VO p Lv St. Louis ..'r 7.41 a. 8.O1!
the Bute and p
: now we know it to be a V. O. Scarborough assessing taxes 8.1 J P .40pLv Chicago .;.Ar lO.30a 700p I H:28282SPewr4: 16. .

a.- I fact. 1886. ..... .. .. .... ... ... .,..52.56 I No 1 and t daily. No 9 aud 10 daily. A SPECIALTY. Pastor -
G. P.
Through sleeping cam on I and 2 to New Orleans Young tbe preaches itt

: Mr. R. PuJdy, of Kingslejr, has as well Thomas Catkins special pauper. .11.50) HAMPTON
: F. R.and N. sleeping earn.a and IQ to ALSO FOR SALE
: II ;. .: .. managed fruit farm as it bus been our W. H. Ward. ........... ... .. 5.00) Funiak Springs.SOUTHErtN. 0- each lit Lord'.day at 11 :t.. in. and Saturday

;. ; pleasure to HOC." fie has over an acre of H. F. YORK Clerk. DIVIIOS. At 7.30: m. T

I ; ;\ as nice watermelons M could be raised By D. F. MCDONALD, D. C. Leeslurg Shortest, and and quiekest to all:points runt in South OrioTil! Oosla. p. STARKEeach above cut reprcserj the car of 31 r. Wanton S. Webb, which is to carry the
I t and Florida. products of Florida on exhibition to the! Northern cities, to nil the large Fairs andotb
: the entire ni-lon patch is full of Read >. 3'li"tOOACRES)
large KINGSLBT NOTE uj Iteacl down 2nd, Lord's day at 11 a. in. and eachLord's of
::. Russian Sunflowers, whicb No 4. oio R. .No 7. No 3. r places important gatherings! Bradford! county can: not afford to neglect to
shade the Do not think that we are a deserted I 11.25ft 00p \r Fi rnandina..LvlOlOa_ day at 6:30 p. m. secure a space in this car. if ether counties advertise in this
melons 7.4.\ and we do not how
and will alto make a fine a 245p Arl'allaliau .Ar II.7p--- way
of .
t I seed which is crop Tillage for it is not quit so bad as that. 600a 1.4)pL\: Ualduiu.....Ar 12i'5p,_ MAX VILLE will we feel if they derivixijriMt benefit! froai it and Bradford the banner I
very raluable as tonic for Mr. and Mi. W. II. Heafford and )1 r.. 230p. 6.0aArJai'ksoaviile..v! H35a 900p LAND each 3rd Lord's day at 11 a. m. and Saturday remains dormant.: I county
; stock and fowls. lira. 5.15M ].SApLv Baldwin ... .Ar 12.0! pllQ.i. Ol' .
f' Puddy showed usa \V. C. Ladd left here fur Chicago last t : 4.10& 1.00 p LT Lnwcey .At l.lHplliMp before at 7:80 p. m. ..
4 bopciluibirg a limb as natural as can a4ip tt.4i1) LTSUrLw .... '. 1. iplMTp HIGHLANDeach
be in 1 week to spend the summer. They are 945p 10.35aLvOllin Ii\'i1I ..Ar 3': p 7.45 a Suitable for (-Srovs in Lots .
old New
i.- seen Orange
York
; State, also an reported as arriving safely at their destina; 330p .lJal.vCedl\rK). Ar G.35p :..Op 4th Lord' day at 11 a. m, and Saturday The Largest Book Store South'59and
; .' .apple that Is grafted. and doing nely, tion. Z02 1.17*& 11.06&11.31pL.v I.vl'itralil-agto Hawihorne..Ar LakeAr2.53p:2.ii5p I 2.02.Ha of 10 acres and "0, an may be. wanted before at 7:30 p. m. .

F ..allO i bas an apple graiiea into a 10 2*a Lv Silver Sprin.Ar :<. i 11; Nov 1-lv.
pear Ce). V. J. p. CHURCH WORSHIP
Shipman, of Lawtey, one of 1150 1010 a Lv Ocala .. .. ,
', which is p 'I':1 5!p 3.1511 '
.: .' growjng. Mr. Puddy hits early the earliest settlers of that flourishing city 10.02p 900aJ.vWddwoud.1'. USJI 4Mn ATORANG. ? COrLEGE. llORME I \ 'I JllUW I :
I
.15 foI.3"J a Lv Pa .. I I
peaches penis of p as)ffkef. Ar 5.4i' 10.05
t grapes a >
p a
great many has rented Mrs. Strong's house for the 3.40 p 112.1 a Lv Sumt l'Vill.. AI' .sop l020a Loid'u day at 11 a. in. ,

varieties, figs pomegranites multerries.oranges summer. The Col. be does 8.08 p .S'oa Lv M. Catherine..A r 0:v> p 10.57 a PATENTS.e PLAYER MEETING .
says not know 2.18 7.17 a Lv Owviibboro
aud numbers of other fruit p Ar 7 OH p 11.57 p 61 WEST RAY STREET, -
. trees of 1.50p .00 a LT Dade City..
a better place to spend the Ar 7.25p t*.25 Wednesday at 7:80
t.; all in full bearing. He has a row of summer. 9.13 p II..4'S a Lv Leesburg ....Ar5.20p S.afta p -- ----- '
several Our orange trees are taking on a green 8.30 I' 816 a Lv Tavare .....Ar 6 45 p 8.15 a FRNKLIN H. HOUGH JACKSONVILE FLA.
-4 hundrttll'lImkln., squash cucumbers 7.S7p 7.28 a LT Apopka ... ,
( .Ar (; P 7.45 a
walermtlons from appeafan'e'and growing rapidly. 110 p 6.55 a Lv Orlando .Ar 7 OG 8.150 Solicitor of merican and live at home and make more
two leaf P Fnrign I
up to those The money at work for us. than at OilY WHOLESALE
Templeton YOU AND
Grove
that have passed their that was hurt so Through blwding Cars on Nc*. I and 4, between llhlngel-ie In this world. Capital not RETAIL.
usefulness. Jacksonville
IIr. and
in Orlando,vritboutchacge Patents. needed stated
adly the recent ;you are fiee. Both
freezes is
.or Puddy has clurge of now in Hfine one dollar a berth. No .fond 8laily. Nos. 3 sexes; ages. Anvoiujcando Ihe"01'1e. Large BOOK, H'fATIOXERY.I'In, MUSIC TOYS
several for AND
S groves : and 4 N. \V.NVar FANCY
; 4. condition there are a good many P dally except Sunday. 925 F. STUF.KT, rarninex sure from first f-tiirt. Costly outfit and GOODS
Northern men. Among them is the famous bearing pear trees on this lot FERN DINA AND JACKSONVILLE NUANCH 1.. S. Patent Office. WASHINGTON". D. C. terms/- Better not dely. Costs you nothing All the latest Hooks, Newspapers aud Periodicals
and
t. *'. 1T Dr. Terms JrovL', this beautiful lit a great I (Daily.) Personal AUf'nriollA'in'lI to theprepuintion and to send us your address nail find out; if you are supplied at publishers list. My stock is received as soon as published, and
many young Japan persimmons. Read up. prosecution of applications for Letters Patent. wise TOU will do 110 at ouce. H. HALL.iTT & completo in every department. Merchants
'. tie grove is situated directly the Read down. before tlie U. S. Patent C o.. Portland, Maine. and Consumuersmaydepeut..oti Jetting prices as low
on shore We han No 11. No 5. No C. .No K'. VII business Office at. \ as any Northern citv. All
J.. just had a most .' 8. b-nded for moderate feeVhen i is orders tilled promptly and accurately. .
of the Lake, although the cold refreshingrain 5. p 20 a Ar Jacksonville LT 5 00 p 8.20 a to Patent .
was very and all things look the better for it. 4.p 7.00 a Ar Fei'nandl-a. ..Ar 6Op 1010 fl'unted.o dniwineof your invention with claims, / Have aM! largely iiicreohl'l inyMUM- of KASE BALI GOODS
severe ani injured it to some extent. it CONNECTIONS. you rname and address will be published in the FIVE THOUSAND everything including BAT| & JJALLS. HELTS& nnd now bare
h We think Mr. R. Puddy's : At Callahan United States Patent Office Gazette. a of CAPS, MASKS, OLOVKS, and .
i with paper
is now in a flourishing watermelon bavanuah. rf<>ri condition Wet. immense circulation and the only that My prices low
and arw
m Uailroad, for Savannah. Macon paper and special term
would ,
have At will
be made
I"": .. how s great care has been taken tipped the beam at 60 His, lanta. Charleston Waslii gtou.Baltimore. New: publishes this free. JOE I10\V RD'S dealers or eubs buying in quantities. '
\ of it. instead of 55 if it had remained York,Cuicionati. St. Lc.uis Chicago, and all I y-No Agency in the United States pos es es -LIFE OF BbECHERINFINITELY
Although Dr. Teare goes in for oranges a day 'point* west and Northwest. superior facilities for obtaining patents, or ascertaining I J3orace '. .
= be has several lo nger. It was the most perfect shaped I At Silver Springs, with Ocklawaha River the patentability of patents. the most VALUABLE oecausi Dre-vv- .
.. Japan persimmons, St eamere. Copies of patent furnished for 1 25 cent each.
J ...t $ and other fruts: which are doing pears I melon we ever saw and weigbud exactly At Hade City with Florida Southern Railroad, Correspondence invited. coming so closely from the family circle -_ -_ JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
very 55 Ibs. Mr. P. is king of the realm tar for BrooksvlllA Barlow and Tampa. and by a MASTER HAND engaged in a "La -
., .nicely. so At Orlando with borof Ure." flliwtrated-
South Florida Railroad for Richly 'l'HE BIJOU
4. and if Mr. 8's. pigs do not break in Sanford Lockelana and i iA.
Tampa.
again, : STARKE LIVERY STABLE. steel portrait. &c. Will BELL Immense MEN'S
I. We nre pleased to state that you shall hear from At Cedar Key. with S amerGovernorSa1rord. 1 MILLIONS
Col. W. us again and if
want
t W. they Moutla3'a. d Thursday for Manatee a d Tampa y. a STANDARD Life of L.
I Moore the old founder and editor of this do break in. you can bet we will hear CL YDE'S NEW YORK AND FLORIDA STEAMSHIP AND the GREATEST PREACUKIt AND ORATOR of DONOOLA KID .. Von KIRN] Fine C lf1Iigator,

paper, has bold the Baker from him. Well LINE. the AGE. Quick is the word. Tcnitory
County Sentinel, pigs are pigs there i S FEED AND SALE STAltLES.A. i in SHOES .5O. i

).. published in the flourishing town o! no doubt of that, and melons are melons from Sails Jackwnville from Ferniindinc Friday Sundays for Charleston and Friday'and.; & and GREAT 50 cents demand.for outfit Send to for HUBBARD circular $ (KlLngilrllu ll.mil Sewed

MacCleuny. to Prof. Woods and Dr. and they better roost high when the tenets New York. ST A KOS.. Pubs.. Philadelphia Pa. Ladieswhoha'rebeen BOIT AND SHOE STORE t. .

Foster, two l leading and enterprising chi not over good that's our advice. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. : and 1 .Shoes m.ule order *'-.00.
$4
wearing $
Steamer nsr | L '
Express leaving Jacksonville ajBCJTini
zrns of that phice. Co! Moore The final round has 5r 0 p. f 1
: says there up brought all the m. Wednesday and Saturday. connect with the i hoes and I

I ."" Is .1u place like Stake: and old. Bradford witnesses back from Bartow and none elegant B Steamer. Darian.St Nicholas.Savannah Inside connecting Route with torunawick. ] D-rf1IJ I V 1 desiring \bn Complete Line of ipcn.;

I county and that he will the worse for the bteamers for Baltimore, Economy. Style and STARKE
.J.. .. now drive "down trip. The fees being Philadelphia New York] tt A .
and Boston.
his 5tab," for good and all in our midst. about $50) to each one. We hope th<* 10'. B. PAPV. WALTER Gen.O. COLEMAN.Tr T. Agent. E R Somfort should try a i Wtomc.-:!. )ti..t'4. nuy anti '

.I .. The Colonel has recently visited the: e experience of that trial will be a lesson of Traffic Maniger. A. O. HI OMIT TI01 pair of this Celebrated
MicDONELL .
I: scenes ..f his : caution O neral P Wl'ir'tcli4 }: line of Shoes. Ladies
: early boyhood in Middle to all. 'Be sure y'QU are rightthen D E. MAXWELL & nge.raod Ticket Agent. FLORIDA.iulthi Pilot's. conic tad

: Florida but snys,the beautiful high red go ahead," would have saved manya General Superintrn'Uut. S Z IRONTONIC French Kid Shoe '

: clay loin around the Capitol have lost t day of sorrow and regret to our unforlunate -- 4.00. ,
.; W' NOTICE FOR FUCLICATIflff.LAND r. tittirnnut.i furnished ..1I'm. ..
't their clurm for him; that the uudulnting and-misguided acquaintance at an -_

I :iV piney woods with its cool, health giving Our bathing, boating sailing and fish OFFICE AT GIINESVII.LK. FLA.. ) hours day or night.
;. June 15, 1887. Terms Ht''M nahle. Gin us a trial. U. D. '
brecz-s MINER
and L f
ings would be i
; to
\ '' gorgeous ontqge grows and enough tempt even our: ANDREWS & ALVAREZ.Marke .
Xotice
: fields of waving grain great chirf dMfctratc President is hereby given that the follow
attract him most., : Cleveland In -nar ccJ selller lii Fla. s
tiled
WL
*
notice
of
A lie also that the finest i to phajuXltduit his ..- ... .. I
e says .: .orn'seen. t of politics from intrniioo i to nnike final proof in supportof -- : ..-z---------- -- .V J

I r his route tn'TlLlI.ILIIee". ... .wi' Z. in th' 1e his, bunta'. _. -Ew Mt tSb, and give us a his claim and that said proof will be NOTICE OP INSOLVENCY. _tmatb iaa4Tb dFMliB bl..w
.
T-} ; ; -' ; ." .. purr flalwuoJs'..lMjyfeen TJaMwin. and calL" made before G. N. Burden Clerk Circuit Ix Corsrv Cocnr, BBAOFOHD COUJJTT, FLOOiDA'Wheroa. MIl__: BOOM.noees i me nr* I
0 > ir. Court at Green Cow .
; Ola sire o Chm Howe Springs Pa.! on laUsath.al4
Sul5un.The .
".
Colonel. think thatwith exgo ( Henry W. Fpper.on.: Admlnu-trator 54_ppltw Bnln Tovw.mtmf .
: Friday An;:. 19th. 1' 87. viz
so0t..0 to New York : \. M. Beck.of of the trtat of O. W. .
City to Knpcrson. deceased late mm oBBla'!nu
the
pom
.. ; .i ue of a little home made ferlili-L inttf, >bti8lness.: We wish him luck gc Belrrorr.. Fla.. HE 15911 for the KJ c LI. of aLi county. having CM In the office of the LADIES tot ir MS wUIOnd la CK.KO I ,, .. '1 j.1
.I : zer tte flatwoods will some day be made but Charles remember SEJ SEi of NTJ & NEi ..f SWi 8t'1.13 County JU r: r,:y famous for I Ionia you are not in Tp 7 S U 24 R : or i iu-tolTfocy of said ewtate. Notice is All..-e.NC1ac..17 IIdd.eon tow h-"l.doL' ., Commercial College r.tNU I
"
V its so "lake
4p
.
"take .
hon-bygireii
.
'." superior productive quail care care. ,l. to all persons navingchdms of any hilt Da.txprt mt-cvtOBiaiBALAWDtiiisT N,KY.
ties. 'I'hclIf'ultbtulll'SIiof the *. \V.C.L. I lie n-murs the followin ,,'j luc.LC&yll uature whateTcragtuntnafi estate to file the 1 BJ. HAinrtira UWM PILLS t v ,C .Slit SuaineN College in Via World. j-.iiii tasrWATCHMAKER
1. flatwoods I.4. I ]prove biscoiiiiuiious residence) upon arid same duly Illlth""l catM. in the office of the I.On.O*u- ;*.lSvir Cemvlalnt.cd Bleu I I._mad 1eIt .44.'i'11I1.0......at
is universally conceded, and when it'I s"'**', I : 1 f I
i 4 Som.thliiir Heir. 1th day of July! \ I>. 1887. at which timo a ..---n GNt. .
becomes pro
S a : generally known that, by the aid J;< I J. L. Wall of Wit.1rl'ness. ]'::. rata payment Will bt- nuile to trtditors entitled rNEOt.MITII.CDI6INCeOMST.LCUI3ilOTott's i w.- 111'..-.rlaUeMl7 $efFull B= .- -- L..;
of a cheap fertilizer Outsiders frequently wonder where t the T. II: JarTis of Belmori-. Flu.: to the uiine s.i 1111'1111 the* set will extn1 and taitd1p.. Tat. .ss 80..
they k T'.l.p.piy
:: .. can be mafle to! railroads obtain proper return fnrsome Hugh .McNiele tf Ci-lmore. Fla. the said adiu'n:strator will then be dischntnl. _a Typs.WIIUg I..... w'.On.lCihiR.MelII_ !12wELDI.,
\ produce crops of all kinds abundantly the iugi' :of: H. Witness niv name County Judge of B.ud ffw*n) ,BMM W. I'ttod... STAKS.E. FLA.S" *
ft. they will be mous but cosily methods Adopter F. Lithtenberjfcr. of B lmor(. Fl.i. County thi-( ."Sth day Jumiarr. A. D. 88.. Bkv B.Mtk.MbB."1 Kp .
Mt :: mmght after with avidity by in advertising their lines One of the S. C. Turjcitii.. ResiU. ->r. :. I I J. I:. i'.ICilARD. Pills PKC'IA fl. cknnd I.f.LEttItion gen ti rj*iri ir \,Vtrhc5 .
t ,, Jewelry.Ac.,Ac. A'l w rc done t tnt
the latest t I Juu. 15. 61 ..
tbhUfldswlo to attract r !'-!li r ii"> hnf !! vbn
many County ; write to
visit our attention ( Judge .
; Flori.U an. is nicely b. Ijand( Ohlce. t n 1 U :;.i.mn H'.i..P..tt.i,.!,;; aijir..1II1! rrasonaW- n e for cash. Kn juirc of theharl!
.% : '. nually in search of new homes. bound" 64 page book entitled "What to i J n( V -, (1'1 ;nr....,...". kbovt work wbwh e itf> I aii-1 I'ai-e Mar. K I'416idl
: :: Do, containing description tf! : I I ':-.-, ict.i.n.3 1..U'olD..I1..m I
4t. .*. For the present Col. Moore will devote rect rules of a large number and of the j WORKING CLASSES ATTENTIaq Tear- now pr V! i () L. KEKNE l ....h.t.$4 u... sr..g4b. nr..;.:..4.l". 1.lli.d.-ni(......$:lo 5'.p.e d.). Sou h.v. ----- -
.r EIi..r.e.yo.cgot.t&
,>is time and t to furnish all clashes 'eat -..... C.plu.J
attention suitable ,
to the "running reiultt for ..of lawn, .hJ withempi..vtneut .sTaas, .gNlaSes. a..t ve.tr..i. YoaieMrt4fi(.. Tbo ..bot*rt at one
ti i the whole of the time. L.r for their Isw..8ft. .. _. ebnlel, VT. H. RIVERS
T. of
: ; < entsw of his young hotel. Late been issued '. "it*. Bujdnem new tight and* > 51)11 ::1 Millinery Fancy Dress'Goods ma aa !. sure our Uul fortoo AU U B** -
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tb, ieue of the St. f of etcher iea.e4Iaby VI
/ ." he.may I. I. .t ears from fri cenm Aim-IIUOU8 tli n. .
-Pee the buafHII po and NOTIONS. KID O OP.IBSOJ.S MEDICINE '
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propor0on.ll sum 1 EAL1I: ix&oor
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fe .\'v :fretailiit fallcy groceries on a small fI" u7.der.Iaad time to the bmlnewLRoy:7 'j Silk L'tnbn-lli;, ,Zi-phyr< and all kinds U. aalat diesPlels abet.vlruis: Ii I On account: of lilY recent lost in the I
; bearty a miwh 1) :E5r sAND
cate: 'Of upon or. as inen. That >
one thing cents receipt n't "f'lniIJ.iil fi u$4.I7.I.s4._..7..1._ but ning of house
we and
lend _
r can. all feel aswirtd by C. General P.tsseng their &ddres.f fl+*\ VP c.r .. ....I..I.I' I..C lb. my household g'>o 'S. : pf and that is whenever the Agent at Si.-'Po II :". II' we. ,.e tW ofTer. To such a?at' FaMe ITJ.lt .. .., .leoD. .7. 1 obliged to call on fucnds and
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would : t lit aKWCWe *ill k'na oue dorbr"t< 11.: J ?, Ob cacll. E1elra.ll augx I
..can put la a ,\IUd word for the best interCK& I interest ornament bomb'old almost any table and free. Pile Address of writing.OEORUE Fnll(! nvrticiJars finj trrrvmlrC I\tt"ufio" to..1"1". p 1'1'1.0 .e I c -.t uici.s to stale thtir accountsnu* ROCERIESStarke

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We had tie. pleasure I __ .- v ..s..srr -
a few days since V ._
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CITY EW$ of calling upon our friend Mr. Wade but are needing rain. about ten feet iu depth of where the water J.' : V .. .,. .. .. .-.. .-. .... .*" .*. .. t%>. ' .'
t Sparkman Mis. Hodges and family, formerly of tumbles! into he basin with -= -hi_ .-U JL- *..'-'._. .x.._.. "|[>>>>n"iti"t 'qrCDomestic .. -;.-. .".
at his per- -o" -
elegant home in get ,itndiculat.al I .
the .c "'
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Worlhin '. .
ton. paid the old home a visit ) .
11t .
the -- ;
Mr. a M. Alvarez has a little son at usual southern whole portion sole of our county. In his last Sunday.I I watr over, is about trm ten"her feet more i 1LQUiin. \'. 11 : Oll ,it:) .: :-:...- :.'. '
his way, he met in with P ._ : ."
.. house. extended hand so emblematic of South wonder wh.> it is that plays so sweetlyon Mr. Wainrigiit informed me that the wner I 1. 1 I -:1. '\ .J .... .''- <..
f ROYAL"9T the tin pun. was high that there time. when ( ,, V
Mr :
R are ;
Puddy. rf Carolina it 't
Kingsk-y. has the hospitality, of which State. Air. .
1 hanks 1 wonder who the little girl WAS that is from feet lower. I i
twenty
of the Telegraph for. Spaikman In t thirty } acePrGotL:
speaks
terms his
some very proud as lit
performed such wonders for five centI -!. concluded it
large nice to about 300 feet wide at
onions and summer squash from native home, from which he moved b f V'L jPI.tt',.- ;"TI
his garden. and settled here wonder who the young Lady I b that he water aud here its walls are perpendicular I .- ':. ; -. ;
prelous to the and .. -
war
I .
i p>.I has the honor of being queen of this secuon. 'and so combine to as far ns '
: Mrs. J. M. Truby and bas accumulated Quite a fortune and now h : ;
Miss i
: Emma has been seen by l human eye, what its .STARKfFr .V
Eva lives a retired life in .
, and little' Joe together with Mr nflluence. Mr. I wonder the couplewho! : have selected depth i has not yet been discovered it isby .I I I ,_

Wailer.left on Tuesday for I'a., to spend Sparkman has a great deal of experience the bridge as their favorite haunt will myself supposed} (from an imaginary : p ,r Ilt.111$ --I-1f V -
he summer. as one of our first settlers here and baa make match I' r
a
t line drawn from bank bank) to be
t
3lr. \Vm. Edwards promised ere long to give us some points COUNTRY CRACKER. about 100 feet to the water.
has the vwfl .aiic
largest corn of interest. f 1
Hull the finest pepptr. growing In the lot At 9 o'clock a. m., a very pleasant On the whole it Is a great curiosity and !

KlrtG next to the blacksmith shop, we hare. seen. Mr. W. A. King, of Anderson, South company of invited guests gathered at the well worth going to see. it i known by the _. V.. V coit1s '. .

\ Mrs. Fred Smith Carolina with an assistant, has been In residence .f Mr. aDd Mrs. I), J. Aliens undignified title of the link hole.I i. '

I .I' the week in otKlngsley.Ls.pendnS town several days, and has erected, solid to enjoy the nuptial of Mr. Alanroa M. am of an opinion il is worthy a ,' .

Vcbb. Starke visiting Mrs. I. C. Copper wire Lightning rods upon the Blanchard and Miss Anna McLevd. The better name. and therefc\r I suggest frra : lit G I$, L&esa. 3flIfla7I -.'

i! resident of Mr. L. D. Wall, and also highly respected bride was the recipient kit time forward, it be kaown as the I< GENT'S AND BOYS HATS; BOOTS AND 5
We .
POWDER would respectfully call the attention upon Orange College. Mr. King is de- .f many rich presents from friends and Bradford sink. In the adjoining county

( : of our readers to the new advertlsenents I itjhted with our county and has declared cquaiutnnces. The ceremony was per- is one called the Alachua sink and to 3 .A,JV/ .FINE CLOTHING. :

this week of our popular physician intention to move here with his wife formed by the Rev. A. A Presbey. after designate this from that why nol call it -- -- ----
%Fys. ;: -.s JL-V.! = ._ -
Absolutely Pure. Dr A. L. Scott., and Mr, A. r.. Yon Kirn and family at an early date. He' says which the gneats partook of a bountiful he Bradford sink. V V :

f'r r This powder never varies. A marvel I he boot an.l shoe man. several families are preparing! to go to supply of cake, ice cream and delicious The next inqury is what was its originfor -- .. -

; of purity. Btrenjjth and wholesomcness. We hope that Bradford county will not California but he will invite them to ac- mils of the season. At 13-30. p. m., the my own part I am satisfied that it i I.P. .. .

} : More economical than the ordinary I I be ashamed of her representations oinpany him here. bridal party departed on the truin for St. he crater of an extinct volcano brought, 'r' .

I lI";Ir.i. kinds the, and cannot multitude be bold of low in competitionwith test, short 8ub-Tropic.il Exhibitioa at Jacksonville at the lii; view of the fact thatGov. Perry will \\ uit1D' via Jacksonville, where they some stones from the ravine these I think ; I. j, tARJitLLPraotioa1 i ;; ; .

;: weight alum of phosphate powders. this winter. in a few days appoint fie members of i expect t reside fur a time.-Spring. I to b limestone. On my return I called .e. _

. Sold only in ans. Itoyal lUking Powder at the hcuse of Mr. Murrhce and be show .
. :. Co.,10GSWall- Y. The Telegraph the Railroad commission. We desire to I Mr. John White; of Lake View, has -- ...
was presented
ed .
with
a me a stone of size taken from the .
'86. call bis attention to the fact that Bradford IDle .
April 17. large Peento the thanks of the Telegraph for a nice I -
J. peach this week by Mr. W. I surface, almost float ;
1\\' E. Duncan. i county has tor years had no executive large watermelon raised on his beautiful light enough t on 'T
Children. This IronWorker
I peach weighed 4 ounces favors water, it was porous aDd at some time bad Tin Smith and Sheet ;
and shown her in this direction, although place at Kinguley and a years subscription
measured 9
Orten need some safe cathartic and tonicto inches in circumference. been at 1 high state of fusion, it was not .
at each election she sends .
Who up an to the Telegraph. Mr. and Mrs. White
avert approaching, sickness: or to relieve can beat this? exactly the pumice stone of commerce, -. F1a'C: .
f Immense democratic majority. came to Kingsley five from S"arke .
years ago
: colic, headache, sick stomach iu- Prof. but I am satisfied is composed of the \ I V.
and the J. M. Streator of Lake Weir, Now we have many citizens who woulddo Ohio and settled in the pine wood. They material. i rW'HAVIN4 J.OC.\'J.n: In Starve. in the brick building formerly occpied by .C .

digettion. dysentery complains incident has been spending a few days in the city as honor to the Stale, ai members of this now have as beautiful a Florida home as same E" Wyman. 1 lspectf'mhiy' solieft work In my.hIne fron tl Clllnl thee town and cur :
to childhood. Let the children V 1 arrived home the same without a.14
Outerl
of
fc. a guest Prof.Young. Mr. Streator gave commission, yet we possess one individuAl can well be found. They are hardworking evening runding cunt Al work'warranted Charges Rn
fc.t tike Simmons Liver Regulator and keep ft incident, well satisfied with my visit : -. .
very interesting and instructive who is filed for Leaders a
the
peculiarly
lecture
t! appointdment industrious people, and deserve ,.
.
Ilcil1.ALL PROMPTLYFILLED.
well. It i Is. purely vegetable, not un to the small folks at in I t the sink. ORDERS ; .
Orange Callage on question.Dr. 'success There need be no fear of any .
to the taste and safe to take alonevr JOHN HAI.z. .
.leasant last .
] Friday night.Prof. A. M. Powell z -
of -
Providence man coming to Fiends be he rich or poor. .=- V .
connection with other medicine. : ,
The- in Genuine has our Trade Mark "Z" in 0. J. Denton is in the city stop- : Bradford county was for twentysevenyears If the former, be can can live any where.if TO THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD ".'_. !I.'. W. A. Del l '.

ping at Prof. a director en the part of the Stateof the latter the soil is so productive that
Young's. Prof.
red front of wrapper. J. II. Zeilin & Demon iso COUNTY. lovicla VP
on
be connected with the Cringe College the Western N. C. Railroad, and dur- with a little fertilizer he is bound to makea tatt mtuJt of f .
Philadelphia.
Co.. next season as assistant. lei four or live of those years was its success if he is.net afraid to work. One The State of Florida juat now ia making ..

Enjoy Life. President. Since coming to Florida he cannot sitidly by and see an orange grove rapid pregrese In the development I HENRY A. L'ENOLE. Manager. W. N. BAKER. Cash V
The P.
R. & N.
What a truly beautiful world we live ; is now complete to has sold out his entire interests in N. C. spring out of the soil, any more than our of iU many and valuable resources E 13'LA. V .. il
ml! Nature gives us grandeur of mountains Plant City, this is now the shortest route
and oceans and thousands and has fully identified himself w'th the brother farmers in the North expect to sit Many countiea throughout the State have "ACISONV .
of
glens between Jacksonville and .
means of enjoyment. We can desire no Tampa by 80 interests of the people of this county and by and see their land grow up to wheat. I largely increased their population and .". V

.I Letter when in perfect health; but how I miles and will be opened to travel on the !hate, yet has not interested himself in and stowed away in the barns; And of all wealth by u liberal 8y t"U of advertis WLL &0 A a ERAUBsaSO BUSI E. DEPOSITS RECEIVED. COLLECTIOHf V, J

i-ftendothe majoiity of people feel like I 20th of this month This portion of the : Railroad matters Hence. beautiful and healthy places go to Kings ing. The iuiuiizratiou and capital thus } MAD E AT USUAL R.\T'OF EXCHANGE. .

giving out it up with disheartened disC ase,when discourage there i U and line from Wildwood to Plant City will! be We urge his peculiar fitness for an icy Lake and take a bath, it is the hand- attracted within their uordera has been 1. .. -. -
worn no
called the Tampa Division, appointment on the Railroad commission wonderful,and in some instance even -
,nccaMon for this seeling as every sufferer somest Lake in Flerida. .

ran easily obtain satisfactory proof, that We would call attention to the on the grounds of his entire familliarily phenomenal. The money so appropriated PROFESSIONAL CARDS. -
new .
Orange College. .
Green's August Flower, will make them Hdv't of Prof. J. E. Dood's Golden Dawn with Railroad matters generally, and by some counties has returned so -- --- -- .

:free from disease. ns when born. Dyspepsia for sale at the drug stores. from the fact that he is no way identified, las[ closed another active session with a many hundred fold, that the same coun- DR. A. L.1 SCOTT W. D. T. W. SWEAt'tblAII

and Liver Complaint arc the direct lasting good in many directions. This ties, through their Commissioner,
causes of seventy-five per cent. of such The orange crop in Hampton, Mr. W.!. and has never been with Railroad interests Institution has passed through the trials now inakii j; still larger art :-; IX-: ,.-
miladies as Billiou sness, Indigestion livers[ grove will probably turn out several in this State. Trusting that these appropriations! Late from }lcbi al. .
r and victories of six sessions, and to day for advertising to the world their attractions. :
thousand boxes. -
... hick Headache, Costiveness, Nervous Mr. B. Havnes has Undoubtedly weighty reasons will receive the attentionand RES1llNT'Pl1YSIlI.N AND DRY GO DSf I
- Prostration, Dizziness of the Head, Palpitatiou a splendid crop ot at least 1,000 she stands as a monument to the industry .
of the Heart. and other distressing boxes Messrs. Eli Hicks Elijah Jones. consideration from our worthy chief and zeal of its founder. Just now the eyes of the llli.nut Fancy NeLionsl \

'symptoms.: Three doses of August Flower David Jones, John B. Cason, and >la magistrate which in our opinion they This school in a very good condition worMMnt cupitalUu *ro turned upon( SlilCiSBAN.Tenua t,
It' will ita wonderful effect. number of others from present should refrain from I
prove Sample prospects, we saying more on Florida. unJ everything aJveriiinz our
will have and looks forward to the next tesiien as ; Beol- & Sh00 !
Trit.. likely over 500 boxes each. H"tslnall'
; bottles, 10 cents. the subject at present. Sttto i il eagerly Bought after and real.. tf
a most .prosperous. and happy. one.
0 : ASIDIIISTORY. Almost without exception the tax pay ImportantMy The great object of Orxnge- College is Just at this time, too, facilities for a>lvertiaiiiK Office atlZuaktu*' Drug Store.1 J FANCY Oroccricj'.A !

ers of Hampton district have signed the move next week uecssitates positive the State, or any flrtiuu of it. '-- I .
to the work in the
I: Sixteen Oar of Dr. J.O. Hajne Life petition to the County Commissioners to settlements with my patron If you haveno least accomplish time and at the greatest least possible cost. areo 'trel OM yet nlsurpa.& These TATE POWELL, M. D.., ----A I" Y!H:SIiCk.- j

Drill)Ilel ed. Furnish means to advertise I are,the Sub-Tropical Exposition to be of in --I'1NI-----TuCF----oF-----
our county. money, can use notes. Don't neglect The session just closed registered in After an ctp r'uce twenty years
Dr. J. 0. Haynes, the leading dentistof Hampton is wide awake to the necessityof this. Respectfully 0. C. Looney. held at Jacksonville; time Florida Rolling the practice of UH pmr( _ion ln im hrMtancy i
this county and a most esteemed citiZen Primary Department. .. .. . 122 Car Exposition; and tho Annual; Trade in pwmisil' the iiti!!f. :amid nnwl READYMADE CLOTHINGj j
showing up our resources and the in the Intermediate. .. .. hi
17
of this town, has, perhaps, come as Hampton Indlgnau) Editon ,.f tho Tiin-s-Union. Counties scientific trcatim-ut to those n-king

Dear suffering a protracted martyrdom as advantage of having new settlers among On Sunday last 12 inst.., usual labor in the Preparatory Collegiate .. 10 throughout the S ate are seizing upon services. JUST RECEIVED. -- ..' ,

any of the scarred heroes of the late wars. us. was noticed in progress upon the farm of in the Musical .. .. 68 these means of making known their 'ro- Culls to the CUlt V promptly attended. STARKE FLORIDA. !
Everybody knows that the Doctor is an The meed of merit for Mr. Wm. DeForest. one of our new set- Diseases of females and thillrtI.lp'ial- : "
upright. truthful gentlemen, his word is promoting personal tiers near Hampton in tins. county. This sources, and' are makliiir liU-ial appropriations Iy. iOPUe The highest market nrie I'alt for ..

equal to most men's bond. Head Us account comeliness is due to J. CAyer <& being so unusual and contrary' to the Total Enrollment . .. .. .. 163. from public funds.ti) pity the :t City | PHIS Store, or at hi* Country Produce.Why ,. 1,

of his long suffering: Co., whose Hair Vigor is a universal beau teachings of their neighbois. The neigh- Most of the school was made up iu and COMtS. residence: in Kiwt: Stwke.COJ1EU t

STARKK, Fr.'., Jan. C6, 1887. titier of the hair. Harmless: effective, and borhood was soon aroused and Mr. DeForest around Slarke, yet there were some from Heretofore Bradford county has permitted -- -- .
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.: agreeable it ranks the was notified he was not observingthe hor natural to ; -J, PEEK:: ,
indispensable rorfourftes re.
among other of the State. great
.
i. GEXTLKJTEJJ:-In 186S tetter appearedwpflght Sabbath. Being in that vacinity and parts "
"" hand. Although I took im- toilet articles. learning ofyhedUDculty. we were anxious The examination and concert at the end main unknown to the outside I world, and A TTORNE Y-'A' T.LAJV & NOTARY You Feel

"jSjbdfcUe steps to heal it up. in spite of the For. chronic catarrh induced by a scro to learn the facts, and in justice to Mr. of the first term was well received. The has lUt'Ufj] other l'Julio' to reap all
'4&t medic&l attention it continued to DeFoster and family, we give them as the golilun altlni.. !h wo have a
J;' -jad until U had covered my entire body fulous taint, Ayers's surapiirilla is the true staled to us viz: we have no almanac have closing work included three days and climate, Moil, und pr'll, taut So wea and exhausted Aa J bc1 your .

neck and head'\"crccovercd with sores. remedy. It stop catarrhal discharges, removes been busy at work every day since we night in which were manifest tact, diligence -. give us uudj i>utovj front rank in:huuh population STAnK, Hium-ono <'or.NTY.Fi.omoA.ABSTKACTo sanitary f condition impure. wel expect toe

A fresh collar would be bloody from my the sickening odor, lud never fails arrived here, and on Saturday we rested training and ability }jn the execu' Ilhlwlth.:: As a county under TITLE and Heal Estate feet with defiled water o a city t b per .
neek in hour feet aid ankles supposing it was Sunday. This morningwe a'4v
raw one my lion of the
t eradicte of the many recitations dhlogues
? thoroughly trace ,
law
every U l pecia1Vy.
present we ul4. IJber-
broken that it weeks began in earnest again, it citeulJ"tuUO 1 u .uh -
out
were so badly was supposing .ewlre. r'ep
when I: could not wear shoes haying to disease from the blood. Sold by all dealersin was Monday. We hope, said Mr. De- song instrumental music and the juvenile -I ally tt'Jvortiso, becMti.se u'0 cannot utjbrd Attracts furi :.ld showln?evry Deed.. piece of M the human
J Attnchment.
hobble about in large loose slippers. medicine.We Poster that our neighbors will hold us operetta .Rll) Riding Hood's Rescue,I I. not to sdvertisA. Tha tl.loin the affnirx Mortgage.. Men.and Tax*5l Sale matter Judgment of Public, frame to be ia good order xrlta Impor V

aDd 1 suffered thus for sixteen years with excussed for such a mistake, for it cer- also the i to the children by Prof. J, of raou ,wlui'Ii, Uken. at the flood, loadson & Me affecting Title of Itat! Es blood circulating eves to iu miantett-
of homes and the '
are proud our
Brcord
Lto out getting benefit from physicins, or any tainly is our desire to observe the Sabbath. M. Streator was good impressing: lasting I t fOI'tll0, i is tlllllfrinz.r! our lair 5 iN Bnulford: county. Floild. up to veins. Do you know that every.drop
natural advantages of our This i i. not altogether for the
' of so-called blood purifiers. I never meta many county. surprising
Inv writer truth on the minds of the 10u b. ears. IU refrAin i U Advertise! AdvertUe!! date of Abstract.Hwdquarten of your two or three gallons of blood -
doctor within those weary, painful years We believe it to be the wishes of the people was once just in.the same fix and I tfea
inty that I did not give him a chance to try we know of another who made a similar Orange College has each year a term .1 and let the world know whore and what for FIRE 1XSU1UNC E passes through heart and map la. V
that will not be I
they prevented by About two and a half minutes,and that
bis skill; but all in vain. mutate. q. four or five and sometimes seven month you are, un I hat your full sham of tno representing the Liverpool fcQUhe I.oiiilomm&, ,
any action of their representatives from on Its way. it make boo Md mtscle. .
- My sufferings in warm weather, were A Meclved Woman free school in which aru included all the tide of Imimiiij.rstiimi|: and. uapltal may Co.A AIradforf
than knows than I making an exhibit worthy of their re- brain and nerve ad all other solids
greater any one or can is the lady who uses cosmetics, tl on advantages of a College course free tQ al poor lntovotir (lord-M to build up your *
put in words. I had given up all hopes sources. Let us go hand in hand with faceloti I >dee No.44 ''and and fluid of the body? The blood 1s
,
of even getting well. when last summer a southern counties whitft lead bismuth powders, arsenic.ctc. scholastic pupils in the county. waste pla"'tj utili/.o your s'irplii! >Iuul", i-ouiiuunir.iti' mouth. tbrkl the great nourisher or, at the Bible ;

year ago, a friend of mine from Savannah, our more progressive in the belief of enriching and beautifyingthe Prof. C, J. l ULn, who is assoriatii (too your riti//in from the burden of 1 W. KK.KJ.IJT.B. terms it, .. '.
and not only show to strangers, but teach debt, emp'oy t lie i.lIr, >l.iRniiidfiiendaiifOand V'. .
Ga., advised to S. S. S. I had no | M
me try with for )
complexion. It is but telnpor rY,- and orange College faculty next'e.r, "The "
Life of
hope from any medicine, and I told ruv them te know that we possess many ultimately destroys the ,skin beyond the is.a graduate of IJurilt College at Spruce even fortune within the n-.ich of all. Lake View Jude No. 63 ol ,':A .,. n. the Body.
friend so. He, however, showed his faith natural advantages superior to theirs. bit sound polji-y to TtI'11 forever Regular afeetinvrs hwmil and fourth Is it any wonder,then that U the blood .
in the Specific, by offering to put up f 200 power of nature to restort.Stop it! Stopit Tennessee and it 1 wide awake go abel as a terra iix-onniU 'through! fe.ir of Satur-lav of mstui& umiitli 2 r.VInk.F.SlIIKKUDKi bo not pure and perfect ia Its coastitnentci .
that dozen bottles of S. The establishment of a large bathing and Dr. Harter'.i Iron .
to $50; one large now, use only man. ( : ,
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spending a little! of the 'll 'rlH1'Ul'I. suffer Indescribablesymptoms
S. b. would cure me. His faith was so house at Crosby Lake is no longer a matter Tonic. which impartei: the vivor and Miss D. I. Pearce his a na'url talent the pO'plo's money S'retu}.., \V. M.wtr.. you so many V
for lie ?
that I tried the medicine and I 1)plo'l 1(1.-inl always -- -
great have been truly grateful to him and; to S of speculation. Money for the construction lorehaes of youth. in her line of work which sh* hiu madea tinkering at time spigot iuul show A threat IMP'!). ()ILDFR OF 1111) 3U'X.: Ayer's Sanaparilla stand "Lead- and'

S. & ever biuce. The first two bottle of the building has been sub NOTICE. specialty. She comes highly commended a I Irak at the bung! Must t lie supinely OrtCEOl.A TmiiK No. 1. fl., .*.-Ci, shoulder'* above every other Alter V

drove the humor out all over me far worse scribed and paid in and the greater pur in Instrumental Music, voice culture, by mid lot other ronntii, l by their' Fires kindh-d ciifit \\\"wliesiny'!| Slei-p. atlvcaad Blood Medicine. As proof.

ODS, than it was at first; and soon all the malady tICS of the material delivered on the site I TuU u to notify all parties, that per. painting und the fine arts. enterprise in ndvertiitiii, sionp j In the at tll.ir WiWIII, S'lrkl' Fla. read theaa testable testimonies: .

had beam driven out the tame way., A few days more and the good people of I mission to use or cut timber on the land We hope the citizens of this entire population and wealth that IN att much 1'nl"ilnUrutlcll "Imlil\! inviteil to O. C, Brook, of Lowell Mass.. says:

, and In all, I look only nine bottles, and to day Starke will be able to enjoy some of the belonging to the our rigbtfllluheritlw8 A theirs? Is it aUenl. :". "J'cw 'tb* paat years I bare sold .
neck and feet I country will give us hearty co-operation I.s. AVer's mnaparllla. Ia inloD.
in
lanti lay are us perfect as auy FLORIDA SOUTHERN RIILHOAI COMPANYin I policy to our t1.nt alapkiUlll1bur I Iimm. my '
Alt one's and 1 am so well. that 1 can gash my pleasures found at the summer resorts of I to make this ,n institution second to Done It, or hall Wf te up Ind doing and WlM.IVM LKK.Chief Uje best remedial agencies for the ear

Land and it will heal in two days whereas the more favored sections of he State. A the counties of Pasco Citrus, Hernando in the J Und. V incr our t"hmll M hundred Told bv : of Ilt--orda.! of all of the tfc,diseases blood are arising contained from imparities ia this

bare before, and abrasion ol my Miiu would first.clas hack line will be put on the Levy, Alachua Bradford. Baker and I exerciHingjndiciouH foresight in advertising -
and cot heal I Respectfully. our miUhlea cliioa'o and pro- ISay Ld%. 'q, I. melSldMJ. '
route to the lake and only moderate ratei Columbia must be obtained from me, and V 0. P. YOUNG.Notice. thltI to tho world. t o o. t.. pirv If .Hill M.D.,381 Sixth Are..
term Nearly every body in this (Bradford) will be charged for round trips. The moneys due for stuinpage, or timber i V We want to develop every e<'tloij of 'Iy' iii1i.t al)1.(1.i.t.t' }'r, If ew York, says r "As a blood-porffier
knows of my cure. I believe I was the lands be our county by inducing C.raerl fruit :iili. 'rm.i'I: t.llh.n aad general bullder-ap of the .. I .
said paid to all authority
on only me:
. -fin person here to try S. S. S. and now enterprising projectors of this scheme, for I growers, truck aud to l'"dial'jl"irl ti II.Ud bare DiV' found anything to equalAJen..lat8apuilla. .
nearly every one with blood disease, takesit. I the benefit of all lovers of the bath, deserve given former agents having been. I have not heard from my son Tom come and !o
A. I regard S. S. S. usu wonderful and much praise. revoked. By order of the Company: I 8were ngen, who left 1t on the second The best plans of advertising our('U1n.- -I .-} ptWae. V .

3 powerful blood purifier, and I shall be J. V. Burke, Special Timber Agent !. day of Apnl 1886 and was l last herd ot tyhavAlMeu dixcusMtx' by an intelli- Artr Barsaparilla proves eq-aa1Jy. ..,
ever greatful for" its relieving me from Messrs. Gardiner & Pratt have been gent committee mpoiwl .of repre!enta- efficacious in all forms of Scrofula
Bronson, Fla.. June 13. 1887. at Brooksville on the 12th of April 1886
Live citizens from dtetriut in
and that had every the FOR :Colin Carbuncles. Eczema Humors.
tkraldotn of misscry pain appointed sole agents for the State ot SALE .
lasted sixteen years, und until I took S. S. Florida for The Hand Fire Annihilator HAMPTON GLEANINGS. when be engaged his services to a cattle county. The following composed aid Lumbago, Catarrh &c.; and ia, therefore
tor, ft. drover. He $6 old rather tall cmmitte
:& was years H. F. York the very bestSprngand
fc.
Co. of Atlatta, Georgia Samples of the U. Ilhode.
Yours black eyes, and his hair was inclined to Providence W. T. WeekA.. Pow. Medicine
has
weather been
The cooler this
.r.1I'td J. O. IbY \Es. machine can be seen at their office. I.t some i I curl. information of his whereabouts! ell, M. D. lin Hill! WillUni :1.. Mal- One of ti9 handsomest Family V
Dr. Ilaynes case is only one of many has met with the approval of the principal week. We are now in the midst of the any hars, E. I'. Ward. Palestine Joseph in use. '!It beats all."says Mr. Cutler V
thousand! It is a demonstrated fact that watermelon and peach season. I will be thankfully received by his sorrow I:. Towiwml, J. G. Robert L-mtey of Cutler Brothers Co., Boston,"bowAyer's

;5.00. H. S. S. will cure catanh rheumatism, Fire Insurance Company, and the Messrs. Pearce and Blanton have had a : ing and broken hearted mother. ij:. G. Hill, V. J. Shipman. Starke J.M. places in

caucer, scrofula, and every other blood chief of Fire Departments of most of the MRS. WM. EDWARDS, Truby. T. A. KniKht. Crm.1 nrlll, Sarsaparilladoes
public well sunk by their new store. J. W. Sutton. J. H. Moor. .
alcD disorder. Valuable treatise cm all blood principal cities of the South. Its excel- i
diseases mailed: free, on application to lence in preserving seperately the chemi- Rev. W. L. Browder is now in the. Starke Bradford Co., Fla. Thin committee presented the npplira- Fal. situated on sell." Prepared by V
Hon for ,
Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta Ga. midst. of a series of meetings, in which Florida papers please copy. newssary apprpriatlll tt our '
, aWl cals necessary to envolve the gas till the Hon. Board of Conly oulul Sitlon at Dr.J.C.Aysr&Co.L.wsft, Mats.X .
the presiding Elder will take part on next The Sink Ho).. their I last regular ., I the bank of the
to be made. Cut this! out r time when it will be needed to extinguish l9tng.June6Lhin< rr1ae11.Labottiei$3. Ww II. u.

,nd MONEY I turn to us, and we will of sen tire is testified by all the Professors of laturday and conduct service on Sunday Scarcely had we got out of sight of Mr. and petitions the said more)widely: circulated> to '" .
you free, something grea eel beautiful c.
value and importance to you chemistry to whom it has been exhibited Mr. Henry Saxon Jr. has been quit ill Wainright when in an opening I observedthat at the will of the people before :';tn.r
that will Urt you in business which will brio for several weeks and does not seem to be the matter. The said will .
understand thatG. & P. intend shortly the trees had been all throwndown 'llnitle .
you in than thin We -
more money right away any have petitions duly ciremiIat1 in eoh KINGSLEY L
else in Uau world AnyOne can do the work an to make an exhibition in Starke of tlic improving. the same way and torn out by the roots, district during this month and u
- live at home. Kilbei sex; all ages. Somethfnnjyr againpratenttheapplicHtion J. JIMIM A Ca.. h,r It uiovrl their
,that all workers. W of the machine Messrs. J. W. Sutton and S. F. Gardiner it, Mr. Wai Bright saida to our Hon. Commissioners -IA i V
Just coins money for operation and power to on my remarklE two !I oilier sAucy> UiuU.0tu the rouui Iu the V
wiU stareeaitai! needed. This is one of the have been quite successful this week in : at their regular meetimr In large brick bnildinft over B. H, Jones store
genuine important chances of a life time. These extinguish fire. .ycone pus tert s.erl years I Julv. Their action in the premises '!. where will all their old Wends
who are ambitious and enterprising will not de I getting up a strong petition to be presented ago and in the night, he said it was the no l>y the voice wi 11 niouse they aee .
ly. doubt b Jveruel and cuatoQieraand all ooounta DOW do.
Grand outfit free. Address TRUE & CO., The watermelon and peach crop of Commissioners :
.!unata Maint to the County showingthat most terrible thing he ever heard. The people a the petitions.itemember ... -..e ipfcted.tab0 aetttod atone*. -I
Rt Bradford county this season will compare the citizens wish to have the County fellow citizens., this appropriation ?&r a1*. -
next thing of interest was a nest on barn goo. te l, .
:5i
Tpk.i4 TeUow-Fever. wasp made is not for the r .
Starlet a d fa'orablwith all past crops. Fine: benefit .:, ''f4'4.; -V '
funds used to advertise the County.The .. 'V'
t IKeMl ., Dlphttaeala, SmallpoX, a stump of prodgious size it would about bfany special sect.on; oi our count, hut ) : ..
Cholera, etc. peaches will soon crowd the market aDd Sunday School exhibition a few fill a bushel bakct, it was of the kind .: for a/1 lprtionHennlyand alike.' It Ufoy 75 bearing oraitge.f I
be had in desired quantity avery that of Golden Dawn
cat any children
Darby Prophylactic Fluid will destroy Sundays ago, given by the was known AS yellow jackell I next came I children. Therefore ask your
I we ludiviti-
reasonable prices. Fine watermelonsare you J- E. vDD:Ism pleased to saj-
i" the.infection of all fevers and all contagious a complete success, and reflects credit on to the canynn or ravine through which' nallv toftixn it, talk! for it, work for it. 50 bearing pear ; for* W. benefit and the public that :we :.,

Iud infectious diseases.Yill high at present, but will soon be both teacher and pupils. flowed the water into the sink, this deep i!:r or reaoureen in traits, vegetables, V have your been using jour "Golden Dawn" for

JjT down within easy teach of all. The Mr. David Jonei hecan fully i 'rudlct timber, naval stores, 300 peachJ j in our family and find it
woods more
keep the atmosphere of any sickroompure says appreciate ravine In the fat is itself l 1 curiosity po'tera clay, phos- bearing :a year or

and wholesome absorbing and des- watermelon never gets too high for the the value of his new bored well, passing around t the left of this the I"phatca, Ac.,
BJ.t..11f't try unhealthy effluvia and contagion. colored people. They will have them at which Mr. Moon fitted up for him some gorge. sweeping round in that direction I aud develop we want them.immigration and capital to I I plums, parSIjmons We cheerfully. recommend T..R.Mmi.it.3LD.it. V

S. Will neutralize any lad smell whatever, any price and are as happy as lords during months ago, and says the water is so good I next came m view of the great sink',' V In order to secure these we must advertise Leeaburg. Fla., March : 1887.Pioor. .
the entire watermelon season. Wa- he believes it is worth dollar else Ho dormant and ; grapes jigs J. DOOD. -
not by sguVmg it but destroying it.Use that one per Here for myself le me aay I almost stood I or let other .
by termelon times beat Christina times all 1 sections of tho State more.enterprising My little eon willie was 'cured right. ,
.1000e DarhJs Pi ophy lactic Fluid in every hollow. gallon. transfixed for some time not expecting to' than .t harvest. put walnuts !away of chills and fever with your .
:
to rep pecans,
.iarJtutj: sick-room. 4t. !1. N. B. see a place of one quarter, the. magilude.1it you and shoulder to the wheel Golden Dawn." W. A. OSIQKB.ARCHEK ,

-j- Mrs. Fletcher and daughter Mrs. Hugi WORTH GTO 1TE5M. is funnel sh"pec for a great multi shove on the car of PTre. Let I almunds. and I Fla.. Oct. 6. H99,. _"

W rk eBrn.rpr m<{ Kentucky Coru paid the TELEGRAPH a plesant visit on sides so steep that one by nny misfortune nsutnp- a half) century 'he a one Psoy. DODD:-I take pleastu in ssjiox .. "
- Boer cr. yciroM It'e ami I,* Cold''' Wednesday this week, the ladies said thatthey : The springs ceased to flow sometimeago i leap that your "Goldea Dawa" and plih.-a % -,
S 'will b,go to H. Aus-tin's l bar whre you could not get along without the Starke but by removing the sand that had should get in it, there would be lit Ilrlnjr_the ..'nl'h.ar of progress, o1r fruit most excellent. W. W. ScpTT. .' o
IIer\"fxlby the genial iud eourte- tIe chance'of his h: would mOot 'capital and to our (nldac. MM.- '
and wade tko Editor escape Gaine rilte.Fl .8ept.ia
on. consequently tay .
lli'U, Jx JaneK: 'rhishar i lit fitted paper filled the cavity it is said to be in better and rnuii money will lie at jo U
out: happy by .t-ubcriuin for another year. likely "pl nge into its depths witu bub- cent interest, abndant A at Prof Dodd's medidaes. GoMea .D wn.DystnUry ... -
.11111 the improved w*'16 of serv- condition than before and visitors are per thou"nd. sm .. ,. ( Pillswul .
lug ktl1l\kH to l"r. the tnwle. When They expressed themselves as muci pleas bUn groan." there to J.ie u :tin- acres now idle made to yie fbaixSu b """* i Medicine and VejeubU .V '
)6, don't ed with Starke. and said they would curly having a due time bathing. Dknelle crops, uianufactoriwi to be foaodoa 1II1e. Bieta 4 Joiser. #
to.li.ror 1LIvlhlll iu line
plt1.Ce. ; Uilsbooks 4t. return early in the fall, they left the sam The hotel has been completed and affords eofne. and alone. OUIYM tprinir up oyuoi.aul'our'ol half pridrcALLTV tad J. L. Osskias drug stores. V -. '. '

(lay for their hom in Darlington Wis, great advantages for all seekers ot next decendvd into the ravine Mr. peace Aini plenty! >mile wher.nal3. June 4 87-41 ra )

[ ft togatliT with Mr. \Yaclham and Sir. Hud health and pleasure.The I Wainright bsing ray guide and then following I tune. 8ir debt. now frs"n. AT THIS OFFICE. .

jla.i" ; .olllCitooj. at li. II: Jones. C. Jones "ho i is wdl known in the city crops are very good in this section down the stream I (: '. ..within. .,. 1 1t V CITIZEN.. V

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: i ", TiE HOME DOCTOR. AGRICULTUIUL. One of the worst troubles, or rather c Selecting a Canary. Laughtr is the rasrirti* Rochester, N. : '

ir! : QUUL main in selecting a young every Y
symptoms of something wrong, among; The thing sadness inlo" a tnei Pardee Medicine Co.UcxTUMZff 4 '
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L How to Cure Warts. hogs is constipation. In this matter prevention canary,is to take one with long.str8ight, Turing Darkest or to May dawn brigit I .

of, I .50 t5 4 8 00 5 20 00i Place the TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE is much more desirable than any tapering body, and in nine cases out of 's the ) and the hapest :- hTeJ-i 'B.

60u s0 t 02ii500 J. thumb upon the war and attempt at cure. will help them to ten will have a good bird. But never Cure deepest th's deerPt10fl. mattsm i my 11otryer
I 8. .. 7 00 10 O( t2'00 0' it the TO FARM AND GARDEN. I you that woman's heir .
t *0) 6500 press against bone. ) But for tho.e ( I have tried
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I !!.__.___ ____...t_;0oi_I5Oi_ 0 26 OC30 !I t back and war have the run of a grass lot where the buy a canary before hearing it sing. Go Use Dr. Pierce's "lavorfe prescriPtl0fl." many ; in
I.1 r fort.up.m the bone unt aftermath has growth. I youhave to bird store, and watch carefully the Cures all weakne' Irrtu'arfl-I."te Ir-' cuing Rheumatic Syrup, ncne ot vUch
t. en emu a line for the first aiyj five cent for i it roots or sore, the 1 god 2 The bird "; in the least.
itt t tcb.&euentthrtn. Scabby Potatoes. not the grass let them comfOller birds they sing. man wi lag down"O1at10fl4. ; help .

f >rcial% rmtf for time*adrcrUicftienti npon appli ; war will disappear. I have had quite a No farmer likes to plant pota blades to eat, and they will enjoy soon be a able to start them, and i ing dl p'acemlntl and to htamlaton.; 3ornaglcknes' tIIJe.Irlce ,: fly tried Dr. Par dee's Rheumatic R

4 cation at the office. .of all of upon my hands, and have got rid toes, because of the danger that scabby the fun. Rather than fail to meet theirdemands you carefully take notice you soon rejurecl to one l"llar Bv trlflst ely: and I experienced almost imm r P
them in
C" the above manner.- have resort to the detect which little fellow is the sweetest litera lief, aa;I its
.. 'SUnSCRI1"TJo.JUTES. Scientific American. gus will reproduce itself in a new crop,, slop pan THE most obnoxious forE of "light continuing usa, I a s well '
I but some who have although not so convenient sometimeswhen i and at the same time strongest in voice. turelsagasbil. with the results that I -
4 tried it report I pleased most cheerful/
Oneym. ? ......... : ... cropsof
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fclx 6 I clean would like to roast your shins i Don't be in a hurry to select one with Dreadful Comb, recommend it
J IUOlth. ................... bright, potatoes from sca.bby you I Hnd a t others.
A:sabecrlplloD* mart be paid Intarlab'y In*ad The Rest Time to Bathe.It I seed. This has satisfied them that worms, before a booming fire. Fire up thesys- the loudest song. A moderate, sweet And rai-ed a considerable a' unK blOOd and I am most respectfully yours, -

,aee No dUcrimlnatlon in favor of anybody.Commnrjlcatlom I is best to bathe just before going to I insects or some other cause than fungus I tems of your pokers and then sit down'I and prolonged song is always the most mater;scare besides.y go 1 va abo very the th-r.hOI"and. '-h's.b wtak' & A.WANDELL

( npon all matters of lo&In'er-: bed, as any danger of catching cold is produces the scabby appearance. But if II I to the shin-roasting process. attractive.Goiley't Ld!' Book. cull of I Jan with eonumptt. his n ar hetbconilettJu Grocer, 81 Rowe St,

est solicited! from all parts of the county., thus avoided and the complexion! is im potatoes are properly kept during the Many upon whom it devolves to butcher from liver c-f He Vr.rec Pier"'sUolden\-ercd

--- -_ I prm'ec by keeping.warm for several hours winter the fungus growth may die, out; have difficulty in getting the! A remarkable needle is owned by Me Ic ii Iii bl )tte use." Toladiotother mar

t 4 ---ticiieral;_._- --.Directory.Ton. ----,-.._- _- lifer leaving the bath; A couple of and become incapable of propagation. hog just how to stick right to bleed i Queen Victoria. It represents the columnof similar test m my. __ Inflammatory Rheumatism carpi After '

} '. UNITED STATE OFFICER pounds of bran put into 0 thin bag and The success with shabby potato seed may thoroughly, and not cut into the shoul- Trajan in miniature. This Homancolumn" A MAX born at so i cannot be proudot buns all the riijslcians -

-ii.jfr $ AToBI : then in the bath tub is excellent for i be due to the fact that the scab entirely der or windpipe. The plan described as i is adorned with many scenes in tive land. __- t Faied

!: Chto.-W.Jones,Fenracolv softening the skin. It should be left to destroys some eyes, leaving those which L best is to have the hog hoisted up by the s sculpture which tell of the heroic deeds S C C Del.'cite UHfeaes. affectlne male or- Parties Suspension Bridge, N.Y.

non Wilkinson Call,Jacksonville soak in 2!mal quantity: of water several remain to use the entire substance of the hind feet as ordinary butchering is done of the Emperor Trajan. On the little nently female cure.l.however Itlintrated in iucd.spedi1Yaflui Lo.k for 1Otnt3 perna Infta'l Medicine Co.Gt.'err..aaxI .

IZJBZaETATI r1: hours being used. The internal I potato. Thi suggests that it is undoubtedly by very primitive methods. The next;; needle are pictured scenes from the life s. WorIti's DiscnaryOIICal
I Firrt DIIrd-DIn; R. IT. 3 f. Davidson, Qulney- aids to a clear complexion are most of a plan to dig out all but two I best thing to do is to throw the hog and I of Queen Victoria but the pictures arc WJ 3fai!Sircer. Buffalo. N.Y. pass without testifying t my appreto
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:'i. Ieond VI.tlct-Uol Cbarlc Doncherty, Port them. well known and the present season or three vigorous eyes before planting I roll it over fair and square on is ;! so small that it is necessary to use a A TURTLE dies hard, especially the UPI er your valuable medicine. As well known

J' Orange. r. *. ciBCtiiT rocnr : I is the fewest for A thorough cleansing and the seed. It requires more potatoes to feel for the end of the brisket; plungethe i magnifying glass in order to see them. part of h m-__. to !i in this community, I was for years 1

: j' Fifth Judicial! Clrcntt-llon.. B. Wood.. purifying of the blood. The old fash: plant an acre by this Jethod. but thein-, knife down straight and in, towardthe i The needle can be opened. It containsa (.aid McUU. sufferer from bfmtr Rheumatism, at

,' Iinta Hon., Ga Don, Snrrerne A. Court Jn.tice OtU, a-eigncd.La., Circuit.I j toned remedy of sulphur anc molasses is creased crop nlore warrants the extra -: heart and the deed is done. The object number of needles of smallersi/e, which .: tit T.iat Cft pan'Iy out rieJyr, not, tuttlo to abundant e who write as in times being cnfe t my houso for several -

.i Judge. Iardrl ani. considered among the Charcoalpdwdered expense.Cultivation. in placing the hog on its back is that:; also contain microscopic pictures.At tolla let'(n'itrnoa:, 1IYs \Ia ne. nilUbyre-: wools, and totally Incapable of helping myself. '

1(. M. Cal Jflcktontllle,U. S Attorney, Northern I I and taken with water is saidto one can see to hold the knife perpendicularly. turn ma I, reocive tie?. J u:1: mo-m3ti"ulbut; .

-.J bo excellent, but is most difficult Fertility of Soil. If the is its side the tendency County, Cal., r silt Mr worK which t icy (/n10 Inll .
\V. C. Bird. M,rahftl.Nor bern Diitrict. to hog on B'obr J.SOI" wherever thy are li c i e I. t aS w.II pdjr tnem I have received the attendance of t
I'hlllpaIUT.JiClCfOcville! u. c. \Uo Talla- take -rictl.vegetable and fruit diet Writing on this subject to the Massachusetts is increased to make shoulder-stuck; Thomas For who write*: "I can truthfully from Si i ii ha1pe. F.e UnmpUrtja, Feniacola, Norihern is for one or two weeks. hogs as with the kicking and squealing say lave ts.;d St. Jacobs Oil In my family sex. youn 0.' old. ( a : not rein lei; yi tare pbyciul_ n evn-
j .. Ploughman a correspondentsays ; in
,
ted bujinesfre.
11'tr for ycai a, ami timid It a never fail ne rem- sta in 1 hose w. o tat thing rheumatic that
: TrnXCKOKTHERN PIETRICT: -IIdLanrt.. : "It is to be remembered that soil L the knife is often thrust while held at'anangle. edy for a1 painful complaints.'* at once are ubeolutely sure of sn g .i t.e fir was or that I could hear of .
,
is This is the easiest method though tunes. lommde
made L
of dissolved ,
.a"bnl'Ilc.! first Monday in Ceo mber. rock. And this I but at. ,
'ralhlnce. first Moiidiy m February. '. rock is found to contain all the mineral L a little hard to explain with a pen but t; THE most extraordinary f m ,th in the We st 1 wihout bn
.i- I J'tI acla. t in March. Medical Uses of Common Salt. has been In Kan-ai City. St. Paul an I Minr.e1 It was daD om of these attacks that I
lr Monday would be 1
element required by vegetation, the dif- nearer a pig-pen quite practical apolis e'uu t wh c.i is now a city or HO.t. COCKLE'S .
S v. e'nicTRicr cocrtT-Norlherc District : The power of.the soda used in cooking the natural fertility of soils and easily learned.-Our Country H me. or I'jO.tKX))inhabitants, of which two ha\e w:induced t try DR. P AP.JZ'S RHSUKA-

u .- It.non.At.Tboa.Cull. 8ct'l,JackFcn\1lis. .J odge. to relieve the pain of burns is now extensively being the difference of the rock of which accumuia'ed- in- !ev. near*. ANTI-B3LIOUS TIC RCXEDT, and before I had finished tho hi

... W. '' Llrd.Jacbolvlc.,l.> attorney.. 'known. Its usefulness is enhanced the soil is formed. This being so, it isevident WORDS OF WISDOM. I I Mr. F. E. Hu h. Adr'an: N. Y., says: "My second bottle I W s much improved, that

j' I'hlp; : \\alter: Jaci nn\lc| lcrk, E ftcrn Dili. I by its being so common as to be usually that the earth will continue father wai very lame with rho imat !m. Now PILLS I felt! no pain whatever. I cont,nactl its use, :
t after using M. Jai ohs Oil ho is no lamer than aii-1 now I am as well as ever, .
I withi reach. Somewhat akin to this is furnish the mineral l constituents The good we have received from man I THE GREAT ? -
C.\\ilpouTaialinf: Cl.. IMrlaion. of vegetation I I He cured." rke flit ENGLSHRD I i: take great pleasure in it
1?. C. k.lddlc : of table salt in should make bear with the ill he does I um. was ) cents recommending t !
I Hum brejs I'cnpacola Wceler efficacy certain formsof while soW6r rock remains. us -- For LlTer. nilo. !nd'gation. etc. Mm Urreurjr all rheiiuatie Julerlr.as I believe it /

.1 \lciou., VII ammation. I i is a remedy that "The other ingredients vegetation,' us. AN EnglXh: ,areI mentions the remarkable ; conanl! only 1'lr. I '1lr.h thp very best arice the bind in t, b
TERMS: find ca'erf ji ot two nnl a half years who, Agent: C. N. Clll'TTKXTONf NeW Yf.sk. an other
a place in nearly all countries and is. a desire to seek .t hid y (
powerover 'untr.
Kartern Divielon-Jacksonville, first :Monday in 1 I oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen, are fur- I strange while eat : piece of bt'at. was s\a'Ely at- I aci, I
Dt'c.mbcr. households.But I nished, the two first from air and water, others and lose power over a man'ssel. tucked by a twine cock severely injured NTNUtOAfMTSWANTDforthnLIFE I YOW. rtnUy.

1 ,Tcbrunry.otern Middle.Divltlon-Tallabausce,. Drft Monday In I j 1 the very fact that these articles are the other nitrogen, in a way that seems *....t it die-rom-hlnI--rmiFftnlnnr.l OF Ask your druggist t for Dr.' MURR

.4. \\ DIytilon-Penaco'a, first Monday I so familiar in domestic use(makes dilli1 at present to be not fully understood. It Bashfulness has as little in common Wonderful. Machine! mid Offer. I dy and take no other. Price Pae's, per bottle Re; _

1 Vanh. cult to regard them as powerful reme is that do'not has with Tointroluce hem W.* Rive a.vay 1,000 Self- HENRY WARDBEEGHERIIT six bottls.rarIe ). .
generally agreed with modesty impudence
plants Wa
., .. .. .. ; as operati-iK h.n.; )Machine No lab'>r ('I
1 dies. would Medicine Co.. Rochester.
be K.
T.
-
-
SATE I quite otherwise if they rccciic incir nitrogen inreciiy from washb, ard. let in ire wo 'Id. If you want 'Inirt \5. KV T..n Au hnii-inl l omplrt hisN-r/
1. : Gorrrnor Edward OFiJCEns were rare, and could be obttinc I of air. the courage. one wr.te TI o Nat onal Ct(, 27 Icy ., N. Y. of hl. Life aid Worl iiuiu t>..-'i<> only therefore .
A. :
Terry from air '
'falnbl e. indirectly as a the !" lliri.fc.-T fcn.l -
of I. Splrndiuir
':, : Anxiety is the poison sure .U..Ulh fn.I.. '
Atorley.General-. oopcr, 'llablle. druggist. I may not be amiss, there primary source, in what we not 1C 'Hoy At.n I.tr'mends anything! Broken Chi. .iliiMtritr I. tril.. iir; .!. ". l'.'. no I nlr'e MASON & HAMLIN I'd
I kcrt.aryof&ac-John: way may destroyer of health sins for- Ih'frrlchl nJ p.-l-iln. T'ran. Sriid t
'I tce. L-t:rwfor''alah.. fore, to refer what i is marvelous in fully understand. of miseries.; parent many nand a. (1ass. \'fnll Krcn Vials a Drug & {ro -Ltr. Ailiin-xlltlllMiKit'.y 1'11.S u.. Ilsiiford.'n.PATEN ,dn'l

1, Comptroller-W. D. llama. TallabasFce. their chemical composition. "Air is composed of ,And more If afflicted with sore eyes uso Dr. Isa 1(Thomiv.Bon's -
.nrcr-- Cri.I.'J allah oxygen In all of ( Eye-water. Irug.i.ss sell at2.>c. per bottle
I e' 'frCa E M :i i-ee. The base, or fundamental element, in nitrogen, the nitrogen in greatest negotiations dilculy. a man 100 SOLD

. t: AdjUtalt.Gcnclal-LIl'it'ollnioncr! : Lang;, 'I 1 aHah"c each is the same,-a most wonderful portion. It is known that pro is may not look to sow reap once, The best cough medicine I is Pun's Cure for i S
) ', Tallihiurce.Vnierintcn4cnt! IJI b'aton- which oxygen but must business and so ripen C oiisumption.SoI: everywhere. : STYLES :j.z; 01 r.
metal burns
t ,
I with intense prepare .
an fame readily communicated to other substances. ._ F.A.TFIU1SX.SOLICITOR 0? P.K ". Waahirton I 0
I | 1'iibllc Instructions-A. J. Jimei when heated it -- -- C. patent l In iheiid lo reulai OF 41iiiI EASY "I
by degrees.
to ull.
r'I ] ''alaluee I ft temperature twentytwo and is largely drawn upon in com | 1101' !.ln.

-. of Immigration A. Robinson, degrees less than that of boiling bustion. As the composition of the air is i Heal merit of any kind cannot long heconcealed Bilousness Officer: deserters pay. bonilty r-lie>procured ed.1 .: ORGANS HIRE

Talabu (e COURT. water. This metal is sodium. Combine never known to vary, and as large quantities ; it will be di covl'f'll. and Is" more grn The pENSIONS, '- ).tarl'prafIt Strl"p $22. SYSTEM.
ltrRDE it in the proper proportion with carbonic of nitrogen'' are can depreciate it but a mnn's bitter tate. offensive breath coated tongue lick I "in'utal, and rew :a". e
O. ) continually being nothing TO
Chie In'lc-t'.11/tle .-<:eo.lcWhorcr.. Xaney( ,T.lnbll'ee.; acid,-the gas thrown off from burning I Ioaland discharged into the air it is evident it himself. I may not always headache, drowalnrM dizziness: and loss of appetite I A. W. ZHrCormlcU A- son.Waiblngton.IXC.Trouble ? nx 1.

It n Van Valkenbnrgli! ,JacbouYJlc: TalaLa "soda," or, more properly ', that_ nitrogen must also be communicated I be rewarded as it ought; but it will other.make the Hod'i Ictlin, Karsaparllla miserable,combines and dlsasroealiie the best antl ti fl.WIII1jtbr: a.j,; !i2? $7.50

: rrnuc UNiif-U. s. Landa.I I bicarbonate of soda, is prdulet. Letit I : the surplus quantities being always be known. bilious remedies of the vegetable kingdom.. In mich $1000Sniat -, Her: Send for If J'IT I.

I Lend offlce, GiUneiY -S. C. Tucker, : combine with \ ..._ __fnrrnsIn ___ I thrown TOES *. Pi
I : Repte. chlorinC. n I constantly off to unite with other The weak man is he who forms many proportion as to derive their best medicinal effect ? or Physical WraUDe that Ru'aale.rY. Catalogue,

'. j $TAT LAI. I chemical union with lime, one of ourmost substances. With what substances nitro- and drops one after another in without the leant disturbance to the whole system. JS. Bitters failtociir 30<1.. Herb M.4cmt Co. 46pp.,4t QUABTU. ,

4 i : '. Land office, T&laliisee-C. L. Mitchell, Com I powerful disinfectants and we have gen is thus combined may be inferred the purposes face of difficulties. The strong is he This preparation Is so well balanced In its cite t. is r. Itb 11lhla.lr1m,.r.-Sol4 by all -ggiauFAZER TRI*. ur.
mlttoner. the familiar that: It brings about a healthy action .f the entire
our tables. from observation. The formation of nitrate who forms few
but
J a in the
human
: purposes organism. restores the appetite aad overcomes AXLEGREApE
1 COUNTY OFFICER I shoul be impressed on the minds of of potash and nitrate of soda are familiar face of al opposition carries each one that tired teelna.Dysoepsia IMPROVED UPRIGHT PIANOS ,

County Jnd -J. n. Kiclmrd. rc'acers that there is the highest examples. is also known thatsaltpetrc through successful issues. The new mode of piano construction Invented
I l
Clerk of Circuit Conrt-11. F. }'ork. Jedirl authority for the statement that is formed artificially by mixing I and Malaria"I i:r.'T TV THE by Macon A Hamlm in 188i has been fully proved,
Sheriff H. W. Our healing is not in the storm in
Tax Af e or-Efperlll.. nothing better than common salt ingredients to attract the nitrogen from or g7t.et t:..Oeru'n'-. I.Di many exc<-llent experts: pronouncing It the "great
j for .an the whirlwind, it is not in monarchies or had been sick for several years being troubled -- -
Collei-tor H. est
Hmynes.Superintri.ai.nt inflammation made in of the
& } ordinary of the the Improvement pianos -
atmosphere. These facts go to show aristocracies chiefly: with and E N T" C 01Iln"II. Send! H;mp r,> cent.
dyspepsia malaria. I
of democracies had
School" If. T. but b3 medical
Dowling.Countr or I O .m
.
,: throat mouth, or nasal Dissolve ) that the of wi pAT Inv.nror.. liuUle. 1. Bii > For full :information, send for Catalogue.
5u -ilnh-i I'. supply nitrogen required by *attendance but only until -
veyo won-e. in
,; l'rllt passlfls. the still, small yoke that speaks the grew one day LawyerVa h nt1 C. 1RK
' 1 'fonnty Cominlfi'lonc% s-U Wltkorfkl. O. W.McKtnncy a dessert spoonful : cup, cultivation is assured, requiring only the February my wife brought me a bottle of Hood' 1. HAS01T HAYUir CEA1AND PIANO COBOSTON.ii I
r- conscience and the heart ULATK rtowcU! Purify Bicxxl. Dr.liAlrd' & :
: M.lt. prompting us & *
De.ceyJou S. Andri.T and and
gargle the solution, or snuff it hand of to Sarsaparllla. which aepnn have cured .*. > .
truuuU .
man the ( \.j
entirely w. x xes 1 Of
up supply deficiency that t ; > lrr-K so.I
*.
M. _. __, I to wider and wiser : Twnrt S ITJITT'O IS list Hth I"
V.lmib. a .
the nose until it comes out into the back the growing of crops has created. And hun1nity.Iake as I hare not been troubled by any ailment since taking r by I" 1.Ir'p'U. Il. It.luo.l.- .S. J. B

CITY O'fCIs mouth. Repeat two or. three times a though a deficiency of nearly all the elements } thy recreation servant to thy .It."-Jon'ERSKIVF Chillicothe Oho: PLUM llnhlf f'urpil. Trm'arn.nt >-.n: *i 'r.: Pensions SMler.&Heirs.COL.Send I- ntsmp .
I have taken not quite a b)tUc of Sarsaparllla iiujiAXt: co. Lafayc- crular: DG : r
i
lest .
>lnj-or-T.$ A. Kn 1ht. day until cured. of nutrition will be it is business thou become a slave to thy and must say Is one of the best lod's medicines HJ:3EDY )W.chlngon .
Vai-h; il- I \\ Dr. Thackcry of occurng recreation. When thou into the I ;
has gocst
:I. to know up
encouraging that
forgiving and
: (' .. Philadelphia {' an appetite regulating the digestive
IrvuHtitvr.ck-H-IJ.Spa RI.1m.I"I") in.II. found that salt is most and industry it may always be mountain, leave this servant in the vale '; organs that I ever heard of. It did me great deal of I ; !

('lty.'tlornIY-T. W III.. I violent attacks of erysipelas, and, moreover and the cat th rendered perennial suppled. when thou goest to the city, good."Mas.N. A.STAXLET,Canaitota, N.V. FiRBS1ICKERter0ot60Ecr .

AI.rltn.Jo'm C. Ilb..rd. J. ]Troby. Tate lcves no unsightly: scars behind. production of food for in the suburbs, and member the servant f
f. John, I). man. Hood's
: \: .. _. II I He uses a saturated solution that is as The provisions
I strongis it can he madeand: keep- are evidently such that with : is not or right that all acid by all drujijKt II; .Ix Frepara I onlmth
simpl\ reason- I necessary tor.1 anII Inn. .Mln Don't warte yonr n-oner on a rum or rn"her The BRAND PLICKEEis
t Crsn A. TATLOB, of Alabama, a l the parts covered with a with able care and seasonable labor mankindcan men should enjoy art, nature or music to bl C.L HOOD *.CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. I..r.d "lb: .boveTR1DK absolutely i'if>r ami i"!>"J to,r.anil "'iJt, eOlt nSI hanle norm ;
'UIII. Ask lor lh.'FISH UIIAXDsticsruand! other..If do- i
.r yonng colored man, i delivering lectures r it. At the same time he cools the system enjoy her fruits to the full. i make them useful or honorable. Whenwe 100 Doses One Dollar ciot 1\'"1., "FI" 11.:0". en4 for".rrip'iveeit Toirii"to A .1 tal."fWFR.no m Slnimnn your lrekeeper. B04nn.MSM ;. .
I \\ithadoscof .Th. .
salts mixed -
in tho Epsom with -- go a pleasuring at least let us be -- -- -
.. South on "Hel". He Las lemon juice, and orders : light farinaceous Money in Breeding Good Horses. I honest, and not pretend a liking for

::, .' :made re veral addresses, and at each diet.i t
white bait when for LIVER BLOOD
we hunger AND
good
The best horses in theorld' for light a LUNG DISEASES1
: I As erysipelas is sudden in its
succeeding ouo becomes more than attacks, service are bred in the United States indeed meal of wholesome coarse bread and salt ,
;
and
M) speedy in its action those
ever ( Oiirinccil of the correctness located it may be said that this herring. _ ,
country _ ,
nta (distance from doctors do Mrg. HART A. ){
:i of Lis theory regarding the location to make a special note of, woul- wcl yields a better class of horses for all work Four Kicli New Yorkers. I LIVER DISEASE writes: "I CCLtRE COlumbU Kan., 11 I Mrs. P AIItL BRUDAGE of 181 Lock 'Street*
.
( than does any other on the globe but in regard my health. beingafflicted GENERAL Lockport, .Y. was troubled with
of the t
infernal ,
; ; I
regions. Find- chills,
'ui//Idun. all In a cheap restaurant on Park row four AND liver dil heart trouble,and : nerouslnd general debility with frequent
... that lie beyond question, our road horses are ness. advised to femp. wcakDEBILI t I or uiy mouth was badly
lug use thrt
; can attract larger an- shabbily dressed men seated themselves WI cke
signally superior to those of any other < KEiRT TROUBLE Golden Favorite I | y lvtr WA l&atlve and I suffered
t dens: on tho street than by hiring a A Cat Doctor. land. There is money, good substantial at different tables and called for "coffee scription Meicl Vico\'er.. one bottle Pre Medical -YIPp8a plcd to say that your'Golden
'. and cakes*' of the 'Prescription cured mo of all them
five of the Peet'
-price ten cents. The 'Discov
1 I hall, he del vcrs Lis harangues on the There is a cat doctor who runs a money, nor that in small quantity inbreeding poorest err,' and four of the Pleasant Purgative Pellets.: My health be ailments and I cannot in their praise. I must
: f Uore dmg well with looking of the four is the President ofa gan to improve under the use of medicine say a word in rferenc to your Favorite a "
public highways, usually, however -Washington, who, it is hort.cs 1 fixed end your and my strength Prespton.a
selecting I pc-baking:: company nnd owns stocksand came back. My difficulties have all disappeared. I can work hard ha pr'en a excellent medicine .
i ;i ., a neighborhood_ in which colored doing the most thriving practice of any \ Every farmer has, or may have real estate representing 3,000,000.( ( ) ail/ day,or walk four or five miles a day,and stand it well; and when ha bn used in my taiI with excellent. results." tem _
of the ills of the a good mare it not be of began tho mcdicmo 1
'' feline and ; may one great using could scarcely across tho room, Dyspepsia.-JAMES COLBY. ,of Yucatan
:" t 1 people predominate. He intrinsic The second of the quartet is builder most of the tim and I did not think I wlk Afmn. Eq ,Houston
announces by I -.anine races of any man in the profession value but a marc of gootlloint a feel well again. writes: 1 was troubled and would eI
udvertiecmcnt worth at least $2,000,000. He sat next I have a little baby girl eight months old. Although she Is a little heartily y and grow at the idlgeion.
that he will in the whole poor
appear at I country. This physician well-spirited, good on the road, to delicate In size n,1 she is hoalthy. I give your reme sour etomach, Dfl many m"disagreeable hcbur.
collar buttons apJlrnc
n1)eddlerof who lookedas
certain place at a certain: hour, and at has the highest class of callers of any well-modeled as a dam, with room to dies all the credit me a took no other treatment after to that disorder. I commenced taking common .
I I professional in the ( and ability to nourish her though a bath would be heD.fdal. beginning their use. I am very grateful for your and 'Golden Medical Discovery' and lou -
; man city as only the carry foal. kmdlS Pellcts/
,
the time drives in ; thank God and thank that I INVIGORATES'
aploitt up a hack The builder started life as a brick you am as well a I years I am now entirely free from the
most aristocratic can afford to have This mare i is capable of doing'good ser- layer. of suffering." arr i dyspepsia,and

',. .. ; pulls out a box and start I sxpert wait upon their pets. At times an I vice in breeding, equally with that she He grumbled at the diminutive proportion i. &lira.*. I. V.WEBBER" of Yorkshire, Cattarauyut Co., [THE SYSTEM.i am.five yea in fact: healthier iifgh one than hundred I have and been seventy-for

: ; .. off describing tho exactlocation of as many as three or four iriagc-, renders in other her owner. of the cakes. The third individualof I LllEH your* 'writes'Golden: J Medical wish to Discovery'and say a few words'Pleasant in praise ono much ( poundS and have done a
work the
r hel. lIla aim, he says, in. (to reverse I j owned by the most refined and wealthy The farmers aim hoult be the pro note is the proprietor of a large cooperage Purgative I'clct. }'or five years previous to done ia the safie length of time in my life. I a I have took a

tlio I people at the National duction of the best possible because and has al he can do to spend a DISEASE. taking ,a a great sufferer; I hlt : medicine that eccmrd to tono up the muscle* neTr
thco Capital invigorate
are
of the ,
p ap
In
globe's the
y origin, and it fraction of income. His estate is e\'er pain my right side continually whole equal to your and *"
syst.
: 'Pellets.
drawn in front costs no to raise 'Discovery'
: I up of the drug store and more a good than a unqble to do my own work. I am happy to
give a sdcutifio location of hell, harmonizing office, and his business is so large that poor colt. and there is no economy in valued at a million. At one time he drovea I am now well and strong, thanks t your medicines." say "I JOyspep was Ia.-THERESA A. CAns, of Sprinafldd Jtfo.Wt '

with tho Bible. He is bitter- customers with their patients have to using a cheap or convenient stallion,whena truck. The fourth man in his day Chronic Diarrhea Cored.-D. LAZARPE Esq...S7S and ill trouble, ;your one year'Golden with Medical liver complaint DiscovetT', cured ant _

: '' Jy opposed to Bob Jngorsoll. Here is wait their turns, like men in iarbershops. first-class one, of fit blood-lines and owned two gambling houses on Ann the Decatur'Golden Strut Medical, New Vrltau.Diaeorcrfand", La. ia-rites ithas uef three btls of Chill and Fo'ver.-Rev. II. E.MOSLET,Montmnrenei,me.5.G, ,:
+ I It is seldom high quality can be had for street. He is engaged at present in mis- diarrhea. cue me o writes: "Last August I I would
: his argument: "The bottomless pit I that a man enters a little extra b.1 bo\\e are now regula' I took thought die with chills and feve.
sionary work for a confidence cst iblish- j your'Discovery' stopped them in <
I the drug store or office for the trouble and a little more money. Let our j ad i I very abort
.
: ;
Bayj ia 1 alrd up. I not, how are purposeof readers estimate the merit on Broadway: near Eighth street. I j '
receiving a professional from the value of care in breed "THE ;
f thinking sinm 1 and Christians t be- Ii the, doctor. They are cal invariably ing by cODsidl'rint the prices which jrnnd His victims are numerous and his commissions : BLDGG IS LIFE."

*: B Jieve'that it can hold anything? Why : "'omen.I stock e\en when young, and.the large. His clothes artrusty, Thoroughly cleanse the blood, which Is the fountain of health, by TIE ;
The doctor condition of the but his pockets are always well filled digestion a fair ekin buoyant spirits and bodily health l Golden Medical and rood
co! you gnu the congregations on the I I was philosophizing the markets in cities and j Golden and vigor will bo Dfvc : .
As he he Million Discovery cures all humors, from the
q went chatted
out with the
/: dojtrin of hell when other day to some gentlemen on the gen large towns, where good, well-looking proj!j poison. Especially has It proven its e curing common pimple, ", to the worst blood. -i-
1 you admit thatyon. ; eral ails of cats and dogsduring which hestated horses having good action, style and prictor and appropriated cigar without and Swellings, Enlarged Glands, and Eating Ce""n Ulcers. Salt-rheum or Tetter, 1'evr-r I pjoint Di Scfua o Sores

have no substantial: evidence and substance paying for it. It costs the pie man less I. i.
that more trouble came from a lack always are in demand, and j Rev.F.ASBTJRT Pastor : .
of the M.E.an can walk the
will net accept a-ay? I hell is bottomless I airandexcrcisc than anything esc. He they will conclude that it pay to breed han: $10 a week to live; the 'builder I INDltESTIOJ Church, n1 Sil'tron.HOWELL. ., says: "i was afpl: and ca with and sleep help of as cthe He on do. not has suffer any .

,. don't deprecated the There is in something like twice that sum ; the coopperage -. J flictcd with indigestion. Boils a/id about raorthg since he commenced only been
tell us there is anything in cjp.ialy. fact that these well no use trying to breed I blotches began to arise on the surface I cannot find using your medicine.
stock if the sire man not more than $12; and the vicibvi skin, and j of the words "ith which to express my gratitude tor.the :
< were is selected experienced
it The torrid belt pets guarded soclo>cly at a tired feeling and benefit he has received "
zone of through
as heat
a .
e x-gambler nothing at all if he can BLOTCHES dullness. I began the you.
in the help of
house, and were not allowed tromp hap-hazard ; breeding is science, and ; use Dr. Pierces .
f .s1 forty'so cn miles i width, encircles around like children. there can be no sure outcome 2 from either it.-.Mail and E.Jre I Golden him for Medical such complaints.Discovery and as in directed Skin DI-eaic.-Tbe"Democrat and New*,," .

;y, ,. the center of tho earth, am/1 held that I "1 could name,'' he said, "families in its study or application, unless the time I began to feel like a new man and am now sound one and week's well. A TERRIBLEAFFLICTION.I of ANN Camfcrufye PooLs, ,wife Maryland of says: ") ELIZA :f.<,
The'Pleasant Leonard .
!i .volcanic eruptions result from the bottom this city that guard as closely their pet progenitor of the stock shall have ben An Astonished Governor. I sick headache Purgative or tightness Pellets'about are the the chest best, remedy and bad for taste bilious or liam lu'u, Dorrht er Co., AlcL, has Poole.been of cured Wit-

; .. of the basins of water cats and dogs as they do their children. thoroughly bred. It is well to use I Governor Gray was one of tha most : mouth that I have ever used. My wife could not walk across in tho the of Golden a bad Medical cnse of Eczema by using Dr. Pierce _
out n
falling floor when 1
she Discovery.
i I bred astonished ever seen for a few began to take your 'Golden Medical The disease ap-
Large numbers of them mare whenever this is persons Discovery .
have cribs but Cared first
and possible; Now she walk in her feet extended ,
: can quito little to 'i-
thtw a the '
letting in the water which ways and do knees
it some light covering the _
V' con cradles! and lounges made for their pets a strongly-bred sire will unfailingly improve moments the other afternoon, says the work. attacked whole of the lower limbs from feet to knees then .

: \. tins all at once upon the internal heat, and cushioned in the most comfortable upon the most ordinarily bred dam, Indianapolis Jmrnnl of recent date. HIPJOINTDISEASE. "My Mrs.little IDA. !f. STRONG,of Alnncrrrth. IncL writes: After being the treated ellvWB by and several became so severe as to prostrate her. "'.
boy had physicians for
been troubled with a year or two she
: and generating steam, and occasioning manner possible. At one place I visited will more than make good deficiencies Among the sightseers at the new State disease for two years. When he commenced hip-Joint tho began commenced the use of the medicine named above. She soon
to
;. great and recently I found an Maltese I and compensate for the investment. capitol building were two nicely dressed ) use of tour 'Golden Medical Discovery' and tho medicine mend baa and saved to now well and hearty. Mrs. Poole thinks
raring general blowing out ol reclining ladies, who after the Governor 'Edicts,1 ho was confined to his bed, her life and prolonged her days."
I .. on a pillow of down. When I Ameian Agriculturist. : meeting not be moved without and could Mr. T. A. Avnas. of East Ziew Market
eruption. Lorchuter
This i internal fire Buffering great CounfyMd.
compares it for the purpose of making an examination and being shown through with a great now, thanks to your 'Discovery,' he is able to be up all pain.the tim But vouchea for the above facts. ,

I with tho Bible both as to location and the lady of the house lifted it as Pig Points deal of courtesy stopped before one of ; A

p d crjpt on. Is it hell? into carefully as if it the beautiful lambrequins, which cost
Drop it were a tiny hah '. She The Indiana State Board of Agriculture CONSUMPTION WEAK

I .1 end lee It can b mathematically had delicate spoons and forceps and a has been asked the State SwineBreeders' something over $300, and both modestly LUN@S, SPITTING OF BLOOD. 4.:
;' douche to ) requested that they be permitted to cut GOLDEN MEDICAL
roen'that I inject medicine into the Association that Imars shall DISCOVERT cures Consumption
l 1 tho earth's crust is poor (which Is Scrofula
between of the
ting and Lun.ra). t
"just a as nutritive properties. For >r Its
they
i I things ears. There was a swab of silk have their tusks removed before beingal- smalltte piece were ana, kindred affections. It ia Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Shortness r Rrt ath wonderful blood-purifying, invlgora-
ft. fifty and seventy-five miles thick to making lovely and & sovereign rpmnlv.vinio. it .Jfr Lt uroncnius. t cvcro
quilts
a and Coughs. Asthma
cotton to cleanse its throat, as if it lowed on the State Fair Grounds in the (crazy and purifies the blood. promptly cures severest Coughs it strengthens
I temperature that would melt iron. After -i had something like diphtheria, and when future. they wanted so much to have some of It rapidly builds" up the system, and Increases the flesh and weight of the iytn
wasting diseases. those
, '.. 0 figuring Iestim3to it to I spoke of I severt medicine as the only Some one claims to have lately discov- that lovely material in them. If women Consumption. reduced below the usual standard ot health by -
coo
. J. .. nearly fifty-two miles thick. The main b I hope for recovery she threw up her hands ered that buckwheat is excellent for could 1 lose thoe vote two the Go\'eror when the would occasion surely Ont., writes: You-will Mrs.ever EDWARD be praised NEWTOJT.by me of for Ilarrmcsmilh the remarka, on cal the Discovery thigh. hap. cured my daughter of a very bad nicer located
in that same horror mothers do when and and presented ble cure m my case. I was BO reduced that er trying almost c crything without 7wfl
I young growing hogs, my friends sucoe
; diameter of the I cx- by an ex- bad all procured three bottles of *
1' earth being 7,926 miles itself. After the ladies had given me up, and I had also been your Discovers which
: given i
.. trcm" some- up by two doc-tors. healed tt
*. % measures are to be resorted to to change it is recommended for stunted went to toe best doctor in these parts. He J then perfectly. Mr. Vowns continues: UpT

e ," __ fifty-two from each end-104-would save their infants."-IndiahajxtUt Jour pig starting them quicker than any oth what hastily departed he said in conversation was only a punishment in my case, and would told not me that undertake medicine to Consnmptlcli

t leave 7,822 miles a diameter the I I 71! To for feeding mix that it was f'markahwhat some mm m m treat me. lie said I might try Cod liver oil if I you for and Heart Diseane ---! also wish to-
tb -
prepare ,
.r. a _ _ with people would ask for. Only recently he GlYEH U liked, as that was the only thing that could possi I7rcic.a1fkable cure you have effected in my -
cooked case
F !. square of which multiplied by throe- potatoes while they are hot. asked ? bly have any curative power over consumption for three years I had suffered from that -'
was to of the so terri-
IMO
lAbor In Japan. The question is raised: Is the stunted mai some ground of [ far advanced. I tried the Cod liver oil WASTED disease consumption, and heart
: j 1f,15ti-gives the as a last TO disease,
Before
spherical surface t. pig worth this careVc think .the State yard to a man in Illinois TO OIL treatment, but I was so weak I could not keep it consulting you I had wasted away to
A The.yea-bef says a in hardly who stated in his on my stomach. My husband, skeleton : could not Bleep
not
measure 19.,18G34 miles .llst wrier letter that he had a feeling satisfied A norzand many
square the runt's demand will to give me TONtImes wishel to dio
t the Ja causeacorner on up yet. though he had to be out of
i 'pa to boupht for my
miserr T
l little dirt from me
4' the
4 .find tho solid controls of which'we buckwheat. grounds of every everything he stw advertised for my complaint procured then consulted y..u, and you told me
plate .place in the wall of State House in the Union Indiana. tity of your'Golden Medical Discovery.' 1 took a quan .hope, of curing me, but it would you had
-
except only four bottles, took five take time
montha I
:_ multiply by one-tiiiriit.iie, radios'of the1.sphere 1 houi m 5>eTrf-plaster of about A feeder of many years' experience He got the dirt. and am to the surprise of everybody, am to-day doing my own work; almost d8courng1! trvatment n all. The first two months I waansi.
entirely free ; could
) which two feet Kt fallen claims thatto feed hogs 3o-cent) corn in from that terrible cough which harrassed but the third not perceive any favorable '
i 25O42O3S5S4cnbio, tquj out. The twodo'wntapon'a'couple night and I have been afflicted mo nu th I began to pick in sympto ,
with
flesh
'J miles of space for the< molten lake e of artists t 'ei1 a.x.' and. sitting the winter season, to bring a profit, the A Cltrman's Ruse. of tinuation' years, and of now fei l so much better that rheumatism I believe for, with n number a con- r'turnlnj CUnflot floW health li'cito bow, step by step,up the signs and and strength.realij of I -

of empty wine hogs shoul sel for $3.80 per your Golden Medical Discovery will bo To-day grattoally but surely developed themSPJT
cases, restored i
helL hundr A perfect thecalee
I. Taylor uses diagram when good true story, now current in e5I.th> would to those tip at one hundred and
L '. expLining lit their pipes. At about 10Q:} A. M. they do not bring that terrible disease say who are falling a Prey to t10fl. sixty, and am 'well
,' New
? h's: York tells how a assistant consumption do not do ns I did take Our :-
.. theory. one approached damaged )place within no better than hauling the corn to mar- yonng thing else first: but take the 'Golden Medical every was the principal 'hiance In curing Mr. Diwna' terrible iifis
minister Discovery' in .
of Fifth the "Golden
-p p yard took mental ket, leaving of the n avenue church hasBlade early stags of the disease, and thereby Meucai Discovery:' aa
THE Interstate Commerce Commla- a photog-taph of it, feting ansi save a great deal of suf-
ll manure' / his way rapidly into *** restored to health at '
.aqd.fat down providing in this estimate there great social once. Any person who is
eio:ers in height from the againAt 11 \! M, a mu- are f He did it still in doubt, need but write me, inclosing BEDIa P. MCFARLA1D, 5t
avor. a 4fJtfl3
vary by making the stamped self- LL
':f. gg-i j trialjfricrid,. appeared, who was jvarmly losses. In times gone by there wasWery infuen-I addressed envelope for reply, when the foregoing statement will 'wtlti's: Mywife bad frequentlee.ijg fr
: t'o: Walker who much tial ladies of his be ally substantiated lungs before
.
i over II welcomed, and after smoking a pipe urwo little thought of the losses that might occur congregation by me. ho commenced using your
.:, in height, to who them but now it is the factor that they were responsible for the bestpoints *' 5C'Silrf-drTqAO; EDOTTNS. KGSfhad Medical Discovery.' $he has not .
,. Judge Cooley, i only I ; amus by standing upon his; great to be in the > ? Co., y. Esq.. Of .?? ,?? K.U.CT;. any since Its use. For some six -
fc-na. by that time considered, compelling areful serons. In_ making a YP. O. Box 2S), writes: "The 3Icdi- has been feeling aonth. -
about five feet six. Commissioner they huJL got very feeding, vjuiuca diBcontin tied it.** so well tha t shePbs.. ,- .
t hungry, and a of two hours I and a constant vigilance by means of pastoral call and when the conversation Golden Medical
: Bragg is the mate pause preventives Discovery is Sold
Southerner. In by Drnjrgists.
ty.ca for tiffin. to turec on religious topics he would pick Trice $1.00
Then the one guard against loss. per Bottle, or Six Bottles
again. for
: his dress he takes I some utterance af his $ .oO.
Attorney who had put hostess declare WOKLD'S
f. carefully bounded the wall I A breeder for feeding purposes claims DISPENSARY MEDICAL
General Carland for a model. Commissioner knocked another piece of plaster down. : that he grows healthy hogs by a close it admirable, and promise to use on the ASSOCIATION, Proprietors,

: Schoonmaker looks like a Pipes again. By 5 p. ) they had mada line of inbreedin.bing careful to select next Sunday: On that occasion she ___ Xo. 663 Main street, BUFIA1X, X.
. i- the hole about would proudly hear him introduce Y.
three times
, I its original I 1 the an
conservative business animals free from
His
p.. 'f ma feat- ire, and were so thoroughly exhausted I J'-ease. We believe this embellished form of the conceit with iiso's Remedy for Catarrh is the
a
11' urea much resemble Elaine's. that they left off. day"a dangerous such an introduction a; One of the I did Easiest to Use. and Chespes.
to
\'c .:" -jijBlt stray drop .. y advance, for a man is seldom Why the Women
brightest minds I
of watcr-wherx have II to d know. or, "From
that
; .Joey may come, can follow it I
P. Diy safely. This C
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?, a attorney ol I from H beautiful source comes the ATA R
clor hteiNftj flBllow's nose, and I, : loubtedly the ban that spreads its idea. R HIHltEV
i1:. 1" Wilmington, Ohio, been made them concnHHniiM j Could thereafter fail to
ba going to min over sle pet him?
< ,
awarde ; many Sold b
t $25 by r Cincinnati court in a for so that no work'cofij 'be ;,done in tho: I -Jgl pal With fam,tIe bringing. He is. lion of a hundred parlors.: of this I drnggiats or sent b utfl

" lnt afternoon. Well breeding country use over thirteen _ '
1 31 damages against a restaurant keeper, ; to. cut matters short, >mblity comes in disease With PhiaJelpldl Time. million cakes of Improved '


'- .i. '7"":" who p I refue t allow h t enter hit river those mud two,square cost me feet$3 of though plaster wage, that arc I it r I weaker suffer respiratory first, the organs fo.gate, which arethrown generally A ree'elt-estimate places the :rca fll Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886 ? gafsToFilrlMour'-aemaei.25.[ 'e'.",,."ir"*S IfUU I BJEj ; ,

a but forty-five cents per dar. I open for all diseases which the world's supply of hop .is r-rie. C. 1. I ZfS5 '
common
to
swine.
1 t at only 300,000 3uy a cake of Lenox and -
sown acres. will l Sad
: you soon understand y. Saupiaa wottk .
Jrk._ why. Lines not under th* non f..4. ,
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