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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 25, 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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. VQk U. STAKKE BRADFORD CO. FLA. JUNE 25 1887. ,_

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The three signs of,'a.counterfeit coin A MODERN RALLYING -
: CRY.
;
: sidereal spheres and taken I. THE HEART OF MAI(
refuge bC-
we not often heeded by a careless public. 1" Wako the world neath nut-brown REV. DR. niafk from port t starboard, the I While lalor'i for right
lashes TALMAftE.[
t new conditions, ( shrpuds rent away, splintered And ."theartl will, ]
heart
I A bad piece of silver bas a hollow ring Free from mt.-p-own "Why Lizzie 1 cried the shorter Ones and decks plowfed up lcder Men will ,e'e tore A marvelous loom i the human
Free from spmition tad scalded sok&bhkeD Old bet rt As it weaves and weaves through lydJ .
.! or a light weight of an imperfect rim. od deye stopping suddenly in the Very act of lay tdrp&s lying farMgdtiFirraent.
'If these characteristics learned Sund the reveille triton! ng her urbordercd hood on the table, TH BnoOkl/tN PASTOR'S SUNDAY Ore gasping their last gasp faraway from '-aDd'bl iifoke! It te the dO"fr by tsotm
were fully home and
whom love much
they as The tint of dawn and the globe
"there is somcbone in the parlor! SERMON kdr According bs< own statement .Farragut d.

"counterfeiters would soon be discouraged Hal the morn foretold i'sor! "N onsetse!" said Lizzie who, although as Not we waiting until you are parents dead and put children. was very t in his,morals in early mho The forest-leaf and th moonlight gleam, f 1

trying to pass imperfect money. Su awak t deeds glory I she was eight or nine'and twenty, your graves a wreath of t upon ad practio-d all kinds if Bin. One day And it weaves a web of roseate hue: '
Leave Subject: "American fgiton. h int., the cabin of hit father
__ fancies, dim and hoary. was exceedingly rosy and fair to look Seamen. hour we put O your living gald :. who wa Hi* father said,: And man looks down at the fabc'sl
j ----- -- was a ship
y--- Sound the reveille with red TExt: "Behold also the shipa James of a naton's praise.Oh mer. And rays,0 world is fair,
I" upon, a ripe berry of a mouth, what art you to ny'owr th wen .
In New York/Citythcrc/ arc five colored and ll iv. me of the Western Gfulf squadron, "DaT goig b .
a little : "I To live is joy for
These nose turned
the days for saucy slightly up of the Eastern Golf squadron of the South folow me
lawyers who enjoy j n lucrative lracticc.c High and no doing, at the extreme point. "The cat and the IfeOO If this exclamation, wa appropriate about Atlantic sun of the North Atlantic the sea." "Fal.m the er&? said Amarvelousloomfsthehnniaaheart .
years when .
ideas ago was written father "and. about tho
. They seldom appear in court to argue a thought pursuing, crickets may be there but who on earth ing the crude fishing smacks that cncr-e sun t Mississippi squadron India of the world and di&in kcke foreign hospital it weaves and weaves through dreary

case, their busincs being chiefly in real Sound the wooing. beside? Sue, you're a goose!" Galilee, how much more appropriate i a of Suo Wet our squadronand thanks! P "No," si'i David, "I am going to A days; -
reveille! "But I tel you I saw him" said Sue, ag which has launched from the dry I ') estate titles) preparing briefs, advising Wake to gripping cousin's arm with sort of pe of peace-the Arizona, of the hospitalities of the o chUrh Accept our "a boy ofour bit will never command It takes the branch of a withered tree
meet .
the
4 calls of 1 the Richmond of the And the of the shimmering -
duty City into tears and pallid
clients, etc. Ninety per cent. of their Wake ; nervous terror. "A great big tall man in toman the o I way we would get you not cnly a pension but a anything/ bnr gray .
t pro and it beauty; chair Lie. Egt. of the Naton home and a wardrobe, and equipage left the cabil }rom tht day Dav.l Farra rain, .
the prcly
at
white Lines a
clients easy staring
Harvests your White
are people. wait sitting Germanic, gut on a ( '
' ;you, full and fruity. fire. I the the Lne I and a tnquet while you live, and after s Jew lre. The thunder-pall and th frozen lea,
Anchor Line church with
: Sound Cic your and a mausoleumot ton,a honor e'ler' was. '
---- the reveille! Cunard Line, and the Great ctalque. intimate Andweavesawel'ithmanyastalfl.-
"Fiddlesticks I" cried Lizzie. "There sculptured a model of the him in mot bttlt and had hi .
\ Ostrich farming is prospering in Cali This the age when thought is let go of my arm. I'll go and see for feet Eastern, with hull six hUnr and eighty ship in which you mble won the day. It is considered 'friendship, ad cn I had And man looks dow a cry ef df' '
Fires growing, long-not a failure lay the a gallant thing when in naval beard elsewhere,tiia t Farragut wa good and And 0 the world a round .,,
a fight
of noble myself. It's some mistake I dare help says i 0
The feathers Atlantic
fornia. arc equal to the best purpose glowing say. cable, and that was glory In great life he *
the
flagship w.th blue ahead .
. Streams of knowledge And she marched courageously into for one ship's existence-and an it enig go Cr'ia ev.r the Divine To live i a sorrow for me. p.
in into
Africa. its
The ostrich strongly flowing. i up a river or a bay, standing diron.When I t*
,; gown wci.h the reveille the room where sat, our hero. Ig which for purposes war in the watching and giving orders. in Mobile MV the monitor A marvelous loom the .
SuM shot hum
300 to 000( pounds. Every seven Lizzie Wyman had expected to behold launche the screwslooVsthe like But I tell jjou, Oh veterans of thaAmerican sank from a torpe--o: and the great war-ship i nnder
t As it and ,though
the and lead the squadron weaves weaves th
mouths, after it is four )years: old, its Soft Dally not with foos! and factions! nothing more than a shadow, or at best a ou ironcld: :henando. Ossippe., the Roa- Christ navy I-qKrou arb a loyal to turned Brooklyn back that he wis said t was at.loss to know ; p.

plumage i is ready for the market, yielding allnremeutj, Yain distractions; stray dog, who had crept in out of the Dunderberg, and those which there a is you a flagship wese sailing to the Over-you whether to advanlp or retreat, and he says: For out of mod moisture,and out of the earth ..
} March close linkrf in to actions. wintry cold of the twilight air. Seeinga have already been buried in the deep like the met Christ is the ae3 He "I prayed: 'Oh, Cod, who crested man and .
twenty-five fine feathers, and a number Sound the reveille thouJht! veritable specimen of the. genus homo Monitor, the Housatonic,the Weehawken and watches from the ai gave him reason, direct me what to do. Shall And out of th seed-germs nestling near,

of less valuable ones. They arc cut she paused a little stared the Tecumseh, the tempests ever since sounding are blue shud.leads ad you been toward I go on1 And a,oic commanded me: 'G It weaves, in spite oUts own l&e "
Shun ubrptand a volley over their watery sepulchres- th eng and I went on. there ever a ,
on, A web of meaninpabove
poor Oullf gilt or varnished the the broadsides of earth it
off with shears. The and nt the stared hab
longest finest new comer. Markl'hln and the scarred veterans of war shipping that which he
. white feather sell at four dollars each. KM Let*)'Ol'* heads and hearts be garnished equally hard at her. Moses Gibb Esq., : have swung into the naval yards t that. and garments co de With you your; and own ye,blood who, touching wrote to Criltanletttrthn wie I'rm Harfor And the lghtwge soul t:far dawn fie' .
ith
honor, their their decks wer I write and l leave While the heart speaks on unseeing eyes-
of- t
pure now dearest
estate and insurance had ladaYi "My
mentioned made
utrilho t'l agent a sent shall hve-a robe washed and white in wrl
k. I requires a good deal of capital to run Sound the re\'eie! an old woman. His ideas of old the feet that trod them their aU .the blood of the Lamb. Then strike eight for you. I gong into Mobile Bay in themorning.if To die i yet t live. .
silent of the hands that leader and I He fa, -
clung to them their my hope
,; an ostrich farm. An ostrich in a hurrycan Ours th must have been singular in the ex- bells 1 High non in heaven I Go loom the human .
world's pathfmdine nation age port-holes silent of the brazen tot and in Him 'my trt I file thnk A marvelous i he
make forty miles an hour.A Ours tiemc. that thundered out of is the place for die, I and .
: all people's inspiration onc them I With such 0, veterans of the proper For it weaves weaves word .
'. Stons in faith and ; "I suppose you're Mary Ann," said he, in first cntr when American atription.[ you bear up under to submit to His will in that as in all other thought; .

I ; Sound COIeraton nfahly. died vessels at were the side oars that p the ahe and weke that you still carry things. God blald. if preserve you, my joy and sorrow, in life, in death, '-
Maine brings out the fact that te revielle! sir said Miss still of them for propulsion war are not stalwart darling and my d-ar boy, anything should I
paper
. Wyman, sorely text. was suggestive with how much more '-as you would tie but for that a nervous .happen t me. May Ins blessingsrest_ An intricate cipher for man t know; .
since capital' punishment has been abolished Scorn mere words idle tattle puzzled. emphasis and meaning and overwhelming.reminiscence mother and all up .
> and "Im Lizzic. train and for that terrific exposure. Let every you, your dent From bis early smile to his latest breath
,; there are thirteen other crimes Demagogues: with empty rattle; "Oh, / l it's just the we can cry out a we seethe \ "ache instead of depressing, remind ters and their chili ." sS1 He holds the for his use blow, <
a pin. key
lay across the bows of Cheerful to the end, he on board
Deeds, not win same. I dare sav ( expect me Kearsage Alb. The sinking of the si .
words you We
,, the punishment .for which, under the every battle. just yet? W"Xo ldn't and sink it,teaching foreign nations .hawken off Morris Island, December 6, 1863, Tallapoosa in the-l&t he eer But rarely wise i the one who learns: .
Sound the reveille! 1 better their hands off Americanfight "It would be wclUif I died now in the heart
our has taken return _
the heart
keep She not under fire. The hnre. What ,
\ was a was
j laws of Maine be the same as wilful I did i not said
may certainly or we see the mys. The sublime service for
; ram Albermarle.of.the '
Episcopal dlwl .
On! Fulfill a sea But Admiral Dahlgrenfrom Till the cycle of God is done. .
murder, : Murder in the second degrcc the dreams of ages, Lizzie, beginning to wonder whether or Confederates, running out and in the Roan- wa the deck of the flag steamer Philadelphia was never more appropriately rendered th
, -. \z. Genius wrot on wLs-lom's: pages not she was dreaming. Oke and Up and dwn the coast, throwing ,saw her gradually and over his l'sket. and W.1 did all the -Kate I C rl .
of in the time
dwelling skig.
arson night Prophecies .f bards and "It's all right, no doubt,I said Mr. everything into confusion as no other craft she struck the ground, fly New York harbor a his body was
arson of dwelling in the day time, if a Sound the R"gC. Marklrham. "Things look nice and ever did pure by the Miamithe Ceres.the floated above the wave in the sight fg theshppig brought to our wharf, and well did the PITH ASDPOlflT. f
very the Mattabesett sounl ant, the bci's! toll in
rl'cle Soth e.dl the It was afterwards found she minute guns as a t ,
. : is _therein; treason-, obstructing comfortable, Lizzie my girl, and now Whthe the Commodore Hul. the Louis weakness through tht procession having in it ranks the President
. prO if life is robbery Jilry'ha(rowne our nation; the best thing that you can do will be to lan. and vessels Her plates injure i previous of the Unite Stat.i his cbinet. and the .
destroyed ;
,. Ours the van, the honol'e station; toss me a little bit of and be trying in vain t catch her, ut Captain I sc. times. l you koke lan.1 and sea, the old admiralwas Close quarters-the laundry ., i

with arms"or. with 1 confederate, abduc- Sound alwud Hod's proclamation. quick about it, for I'm !half supper famished.And Cushing, twenty-one years of age and his nerve lo, and muscle, and S, and dimmed carried amid liurulreds of thousands, of A trim'creature-the milliner. .

: tion, rare,. arson endangering dwelling, Sound the reveille! Lizzie send the other men blew her up, himself and only one other eyesight, and difficult hearing, and shortnessor uncovered heads oi' Broadwav. and laid on to conviction-the :
might Always
; you escaping; and a I see the flagship Hartford, his pillow of dust in beautiful WC1law. open pru
I burglary, forgery, and altering public Wrong breaks ranks, and right i girl taut for any little"trifle you want in Rchmond. and the Monongahel breath, many Intimations that you a September::.auC the pomp of autn
; gradually going down. is the service
oner.Man
securities..7. For the seven last named God commands, and progre-ss plt'Rln 1fldinj the culinary" crplrtmcnt.Of course, of with Fort gnbt., sweep the past Mississippi twenty-thr years that I I telling on you B fort.sailed and fought under wants but lute here below, and h

? crimes the 1'out may sentence the convict Sleep}hot-on, unstirred, unhedinJ. though, he addel, as : ( out a hi forever fro t all NO.ther and Southern ow gopd cheer. We owe you just a much a him, t vetrns your admiral's God and Christ for generally gets it.-Life. ..

Sound the anti grand seigneur craft, I cry with a patriotic emotion thatI tough your life-blood had gargled through your od and C'rist. After a few more A crow bar-Putting a muzzle .on a w
f; for life or for a term of years. ropie twar the astonished "I shan't cannr.t if I would, and would not Suppr.of the ship in the Red River expedi conflicts you too wl Jt :For the few r rooster.-Toled-o American. .

Up! Awake! The hours are fleeting! to keep two camse a regular 1 I could tUPpr also the ships." a though you had gone down with ming fights wt? s ad death and Shanghai .
Friends exprc : At the of North the Melville oft Ihttr Only keep your ready. your vessel for What is the difference between tramp
deoration graves Jke t
advancing foes I hunt to
although must a man
of the retreating. thing, up fla<* did Weehawken.Good .
The sixteen members
: English Forward and South,among :Federals and flying n iurou the fray; hang the sheet chains over and a dishonest clerk? One lies outdoorsall
Confeerat1
march! The drams take care of the horses. Now run along cheer I of
beating! full justice has been done to my memory the rides. Send down the -
receive salaries n
Cabinet amounting tc memory gl.Jnt and the other lies in the ,
is and all that talk about the night, .
Sound the reveille! and make haste. those who fought on the land our sad contest Dan poor Barcyade the wheel. Rig sore
( $430,000 per annum, $ GOOOO, of which -/ Edgar Jones, in Times. Lime Wyman retreated back upon Sue but not enough has i said of those country never forgetting those who fought mat jil .. Steer straight for the all ay.-D.1ri1 Breeze. -

;.' to the eight and $170,000 tc Chicago Baring, with the money in her hand, who On ship's dek dared and suffered it is an untruth. It does forget. Witness shining and oear the shout of the great Brown-"Who's umbrella is this? It !
, goes peers, mirth. things. Lord God of the rivers and the a, how the, veterans sometimes had to turn the Commander of earth!l and heaven e*.He cries looks like one I lost." Smith-"I don't **
the eight commoners. The thirty-one Markleham's scarlet with suppressed help me in this sermon! So, ye admiral', hand-o gana on the street to get their families from the shrouds: fc'To him that overeometh, '
.
Mistake. "Sue," she cried, the instant the door commanders, captains, gunners,boatswains a livimt. Witness how ruthlessly some of will I give eat ofche tree of life which i see how it can, for I scraped the handle .
members of the outer ministry draw sal piot them have been turned out of office that t alered it .. :
and
was safely closed, "I see it all!I" saitrnakers, surgeons, in the mid of th* Paradise of God. t.

aries aggregating $318,623, the live peers "The man is i an escaped lunatic, isn't mates and seamen of au na1e stker u m your some place.bloat Witness of a the politician fact that might there take not their a ama! Ho I Tricycle generaly.-Li. a& .

the nineteen members For ten he? Dear dear all be murdered! ow we might a well get under i "It is :
rheumatism.
getting $30,000, years hIgh Markleham had we"hal way pranct out toward sea. Let all land man or woman now under thirty years of JUST at dusk oa recent evening in remedy for more ex- ..
of the House of Commons $24.1,62.1, and beeu a wancMrerlon the face of the cried Sue, growing hysterical. go ashore. Full speed fowl Four ago, who has any full appreciation of I citing than carrying a chestnut in you. .
I earth. Pinanrially speaking he had "Nothing f the sort!! said Lizzie, lubbr! thd four years' martyrdom of 1861 and 1865 Chicago, says the Jnt r (an, a yard- pocket," says the Albany _

:; the seven non-members $7,00. The i been Slcc's.ful, ) for all that period of energetically. "He has only made a Never since the :fight of Lepanto,wher Inclusive. But while men may forget, God shifting engineer of the Pennsylvania Force of Habit. Arg( grocery .
He the
remembers
eighteen household salaries amount to time he had been dreadful blunder. Can't Sue three hundred royal galleys manned fifty Dover forgei. sWPg Ld .-'
see "
literally lwmeess Now you thousand at 6 Baramock. He remembers the E ail road was making up a freight train store-"Let me have a pound.of btftter, .
.- r' ,$ G,240, fourteen peers receiving $80- I he was proceeding to 1 own. it's the old bachelor who has taken the 1571, met warror. sunri September royal galleys, remembers the frozen ropes of that January for the West. Jacob McCall young please." Clerk (who used to be in a cigar" ,

." three commoners $13,660, and the 'I "The first road to the left beyond the place next door?" manned by one hundred and twenty thousand I I tempest. He remembers the amputation without I store)"Mild or strong!"-Ilarper't'JJa- :!.

bridge," mused 3Ir. )I/rklehnii to him "Oh-h-h!" aspirated< Sue with the lieu, and i the four hours of battle eight sufficient ether. He remembers the horror man of twenty-four, was the engineer ear. .
: ; CBS taking $2,500 of that sum. The self, "and the first hOle come to is sparkle of amusement beginning to come thousand fel on one side and twenty-five of that deafening night when for from and Terrence McManus the brakeman .
I you thousand the other never since the both sides belched on their and Things one would rather have left un *, '
f1y of the officers taken tot. ; :yea you
sixty-five the what
one. The directions into her "But Lizzie are Mc- '
: *' are plain enough, eyes. day when at Actium thrty.ne years before the heavens glowed with ascending and As the engine reared the cars said. "By the way, your friend O'Lear. '._. ftt
$ 544,865, $370,080: of which i is I am sure. you going to do? Christ, Augustus and descending missiles of death, and Manus waved hand back to the engineer dined with me last .
And he repocketed his memorandum "To cook him the nicest supper I can, sixty ships scattered the two hundred and ship quaked under the h nigh.
: paid to $398,283 to thirty members you Ie brake. he is!1" "Oh, what .
peers book, wherein Mr. Moses Gibbs the and afterward explain to him his mistake twenty ships of Mark Antony and gained roil of the one hundred pounder, while all the and the lafter put on the dog depend ,
of the House of Commons, and $76- universl dominion the ,. according to command, stood on did work. In moment company he is in I"Punch.A -
I house agent, had down sundry in the politest manner possible. a prz; yea ger. The brake no a *
', 500 to the eight appointees unpr vide items jotted fellow he is rather handsome 1 I since the day when at Salamis twelve mouth wide open lest the cone soldier once fought In Ky., !
regarding his new purchase, and Poor hundred galleys of the Persians manned by ion shatter hearing or brain. He rmembr the shifter and freight car came to In a mapnerexceedingly ply.; ,

with scats in either House. once more resumed his plodding way. think." five hundred thousand men, were crushed by it all better than you rmemb ad gether, not nsiftl with a thump, but '"Though I rank as a Col," .*
Hugh Markleham had clear hazel eyes, "What fun!I" cried Sue gleefully, Greeks with le than a third of that force; some shape reward will gh-en G i the a H. wrote in his JoL, ?
profusion of dark hair and of dazzling clapping her hands together. "And yea, never the time of Noah, the f best of all paymasters and for do with a sickening iuffet of human flesh 1 "If hlivethroughthis war, I ;
In the center of the tobacco warehouses n white a set Lizr.ie I'll make the coffee after Monsieur ship: captain, has the world seen sch their whole duty t Him and the word the and blood betweenwood and iron. amly.Life.. *
,
teeth
while his figure was I .
miraculous creation that of the American pension awarded everlasting
'j at the London docks there is -an straight and stalwart as that of a backwoodsman. Duval's French fashion; and I'l prepare Navy in' lt6l.: There a were abut two hun- Sometimes off i a coast of England the Brakeman McMaaus, caught at tho Young man (in Park iRow coffee and -. fel

immense kiln, which is.kept continually an omelette while you are broiling the dre available same:in al stations Royal Family have inspected the British groin, was CatteloJ into a shapelessmass I cake saloon)-"Waiter: I want a beefsteak 0
dear little vol-au-vents receiving ships, here and there manoeuvred before them for pur unpeeled potatoes, and a coppleofeggs ;
the I lie paused hesitatingly In front ofa steak; and those an navy tht I ,.
burning day and night, and goes by low wicket hal we made this come in old vessel. Yet orders were given to blockadethirtyfive pose. In the Baltic Sea the Czar ad Cz against the end of the car. A f fried on one side only. Waiter i
of the tobacco The {jute, hanging by one hinge morinthefl miles ot sea coastgreater have reviewed the Russian and ". .
.4 name Queen's pipe. hudrel nav. track hand leaped into the cab ( in the pan,
from which I :shrub-grown path wound just right, they than the who.e coast of and, besides I before the American debt they vcferousfY-"Slaughter :.
English Government has a different way j I up tJlmgl untrimmed woods to a one- And the two girls bustled about; while that the Ohio: Europ Cubrla owe to the nv go out with you on the Atlantic shouted to Engineer McCall,who stood '. on, an "two .

of treating ( articles than that story Mr. Markleham sat viewing the lire, am' Mississippi, and other great \ Oc there is plenty of room, stock still with hw hand on the lever, white wings with the sunny side. "up1L .
'onfscatcl dweling. wondering wha'f* Gibbs could possiblyhave an extent of two thousand more miles, were and imagination review the war-ship Fuel. .. .l.
.
in use in this country, one of them being : he muttered to himself; to be patrolled. No the ping of our three great conflicts-1776,18)2) "Reverse, reverse 1" Engineer McCall in ,'
about old wondr :Muller
meant "an Professor Max rejoices more
what is termed "it can't be that shed of a place. 'A by talking whole civilized world Intoguffaws I anl Is05. into line ye frigates -r hand !
to utilize them as fuel for but Swig a made The track
no
desirable cottage was what Gibbs said, I woman 1""Why . of laughter at seeming finvrnfts.- vlnhb. and response. titles! scholarship and literary societies.
the Queen's smoking. Whenever merchandise 'situated in ,the Did>t of charming she has got cheeks like peaches, impossibility. But the work was done doe I ;;iirThe!! they come, all sail shook him. The ra'Iroad men found than any other living man. lie can amx:.. ; .
"
i is seized for non-payment: of grounds.' And, by Jupiter, this is the and hair ns thi<'k and brown and glossy almost immediately cone thoroughly, ani set full blast, sheve of when they took hIs body to his home I to his name forty-one different tftles. .-If- .
done with a speed consummate crystal from their cutting prows.
!I" he told himself. "Old indeed ski tossing he will to Washington and staud in" :
duty, or bcc-ausc' it is cOlideret under very spot!r' an my own that a'.l the history of naval That is the Delaware> an old Revolutionary that he had beer subject; for long come -
It won't such bad fun t6 havea etp' front of for a season or'so, we ,
He hI Commodorj Decatur.
the gilded iron ofa brilliant commanded by 'Viard's
the law inn unsalable condition swung open gate achie\'ement are craf. d'seKse and the doctor
as or time to heart of
title
about the additional
damagc'i little where the servant girllkt that fit bg suggested by tha mere name er goes the Constitution, Commodore will guarantee the .
it is taken to this great kiln and pretty paths incoure.] in the gnUeld house. ought to wages on of tn?rear admirals. I all they did shouldbe Hull commanding. There is the Chesapeake, said that the braemau's. awful death Colonel.Washington Hatchet. .
Ihou twight one, that the commanded: by Captain Lawrence, whose dying -
even
burin there the noremedy. I account of her good looks. written-every suppose the of hi? -
owners and before his cause
skirted
the was
having eve/ficens path lketal world could not contain the books that words were: Don't give up the ship; eyes
The only ) is old monks wrapped in green serge Ten minutes afterward he found him- should it"l b writtn But thes names have received and the Niaga of 1812, commanded by sudden taking off. IAN A Hideous Beat >

made of these siizures is from the sale I cloaks. Here and there a rustic seat of self seated before a table, whereupon was honor due. The most of them who wt on the back of is a melancholy fact, but none the .
spread rich repast. went to their under the of an old letter, resting his navy cap: old Congressman, writes Washington I
twisted cedar bpughs stood beneath the n gra\e cannonae t t true that the walrus is one of the .
of the ashes from the furnaceulnch, to "This is very nice indeed, Lizzie! all the fort, nwy yards and the .We have met the enemy and they are ,
1 leafless branches of elms or maples, and of all tho shipping and at half- ours." Yonder ia the flagship 'Vabsh. | correspondent was remarkingupon mast disgusting-looking objects knownto .
the amount of a great many: tons n I the cottiige }beyond-a low-caved picture said Mr. Markleham patronizingly. l.t.fag caitl Admiral Dupoat commanding; the length of time that representative man. It has a raw, naked hide, with-

month, arc sold by auction to (hemi(alwoik "que affair, with verandas on everysideexactly am glad to see that you arc such a good I recite to-day the deeds of our naval flagship llinnesat Admiral Goldborougb of had out hair or fur, covered with a multitude '
I cook." heroes who have not yet received appropriate ; the John Adat. Kelley, Pennsylvania, I boils and ..... -
hero's of
and to farmers and others to be 11.t our preconceived pustular-looking '
"Behold the Admiral: commanding; yonder, "Father the House which warts
I he todo ships.' .Strinjjham been the of b 4
And al A
straightway proceeded
used in the 5-oil. There is a ideas of the "desirable) country we rogtion what national prosperity tin flagship Phlelphi1 Admiral Dahlgren pimlles,te skin deepflabby '
enriching I residence" painted in such glowing terms the best of practical: ju-tice to-her efforts: is worth until we realize what it cost, ; the flagship H means not tha:member of longest ser- folds, and marked by dark venous lines, .

similar but smaller Queen's tobicco pipe by "'Io>u s GJbbs, Esq., real estate and for the long walk had given additional I recall the unrecited fact that the men of Ue! Jaint Admiral Bailey commanding; vice, but the memVer of longest continuous which show clearly through the yellow- .

in the Government tobacco warehouses atLiverpool insurance agent." zest to an appetite which was not poor at navy ran especial risks. They had not cnly ) < the Carondelet the Admiral Wathe Black I service. S. S. Cox had not brown cuticle which seems to be peelingoff

the points i "y eR, yes," soliloquized Mr. Markle any time. Lizzie Wyman, from her the human weaponry to contend with. but commanding; yonder flagship I with leprosy, altogether a most un ,
te.e two forming the tides, the Not like other Hawk, Admiral Porter commanding;yonder missed one bervice in Congressby
year
of destruction confiscated merchandise ham, as he strode up the path, "1 shall corner, composedly watched him the I ships could foghthe"sonn rn into harbor the flag steamer Benton Admiral wholesome-looking brt unpleasantly
forl be omfortablc as possible here. I while. at the approach of an equinox, cr Foote commanding, yonder the flagship resigning and !oinK to Turkey a suggesting the. appearance we know a

in the United Kingdom. ways did fancy sylvan and aI-I "A very nice supper Lizzie!" said Mr. a cyclone, or a hurricane, becarsi Hartford, David Glascoe Farragutcommanding. United States Min'iter, his service in "bloated." _ft

But whats this? A fre soltudes. as I larkleham. refolding his napkin, and the harbors were hostile. A miscalculationof And now al the squadrons tugboat of all Congress would hafre.: covered just the They are of tremendous size, ten feet .
departments,
live! this is thoughtful of Uihbs"his : placing the table ere he drew cut a a tide might leave thorn on a bar, and a mightiest inau-of-war.smale1 in procession t Mr. has and a half t twelve feet longand weigh-.; .
'hiring the recent exercises in Wel number of Kelley
memory 1 fog might overthrow all the plans of wisest: years WTlicl
from his hundred
i countenance expanded into broadsmiles cigar pocketcase."I'm decks and rigging filled with men who fought ing fifteen to sixteen pounds-jp
- of General Grant in Hartford, the follow : it sir said Liz- commodore and admiral and accident might the old since to his credit-tcenty-six-but his ." '
as he pushed open the door and j glad you like leave them, not on the land for an 0:1 the sea for flag ever we were 'water their motions are not nearlyso '

ing curious tat-tic! in regard: to the entered I prettY room on the left of the i zie, smiling, "and I hope that when you ambulance, but at tho bottom ready of the sea, a a Sail nation.before Grandest all fleet the! Run world ever all saw.the chances of ever being "Father of tho quiet or gceftlM those of the seal and '

manufacture of the 'TcrMinal Memoirs of main entrlc'hal, carpeted in green j j become my neighbor at Laurel Cottage, when the torpedo blew: -up the Tecumseh in colors on! Ring all the ages bells! Yea up, open all I House" are very relaote, because there sea lion, land the are almost (7 .
to :' often drop in to such another." Mobile Bay, and nearly all on bard perished.They holes! U the and load for which they rarely
General (Grant," were read: In binding Brusts cutnined correspond you wi were at the of th and the rort imbr guns have been scverall'reak in hi service, helpless, reaon .
glowing fire of anthracite coil cried Mr. Markleham, starting mercy and fire one great tha shall shake thecontinents come outside the surf-wash. .They go .
the cloth books there were 4: ;i square cast ruddy: through the whole back. "Ain't this Laurel Cottage? AmI tempests Pacific oceans, which have no tho mercy.Spanish Such in honor of pc and tho eternity and now, as a candidate for the papa- about in large herds which now and then

yards of cloth used, or if put in one pieceit room, and a lcfe.tion.cUhioad arm-chair stood not in my own house Armada might a wreke swoop upon the of and the the American scene has vanished.! I Many lift my of hand the ship of the House, he must start his emerge to sleep. Fit one lands and lays .

would make a strip one yard wide and i close to the velvet rug. J!. "No, sir," Miss Wyman answered, de ljuadron. :No hiding behind the earthworks.No ships have dropped under the crystal pavement career anew, and behind every man itself out, and th second comes jmd .i. .

twent --th'e and one-fifth mile long. The I. "Gibbs told me there was some furni- murely. "You are in my house, and I retreat.digging Mightier in of cavalry than all spurs the at fortresses the sound on of of the deep, sea monsters swimming i! who has served throughout tho forty- gives its predecessor a shove, wherupn' \ ;;.
and other oM ;
Elizabeth future neighbor and out of the forsaken cabin, little further
ture in the house and old left am Wyman your he moves a up; .
an woman all the #
coasts, is the when it bombardsa
ooean list
0h used in stamping lettering, etc., in charge" thought Markleham, sitting very happy to make your acquaintance flotilla. In the cemetrie for Federal and craft have of the swung brave into the navy who yards,their and ninth Congress. Looking over a .number three,who pokes up number t wo,> -

on all styles of binding, if (coined would down in the easy and expanding even after this rather unusual Confederata dead are tha b-wlies of most of 'decks many gone up spirt tr of the members elected t the Fiftieth who prods number one,and so on till the -

make $1 146.47. The price paid: the his cliillt1tingers (1lir.to cheery blaze; fashion.t those who fell on the laiul. But w here thosa from who a casements and Forr may old member"had the cu whole herd has got to land; each brute .
th
: "I I MS.s Wyman '' are who went down in the war vessels will not they look down to-day with joy Conges. of the one above----p J 4
the body
beg pardon, we
pillowed on
'but I hadn't idea of such your the nearest heirsto
GW.O. hop out
gold beaters for this gold was $21, ; i I any snug not b known until the sea gives up it dead. a in reunited brotherhood! rosity figure but
and
this. there is gasped our hero, turning scarlet palein The tars knew that while loving arms upon him,. |lf/without quarreling, every
quarters :10 I bsthink
position
commemoration
"el wel annual
There were 270 barrels of binder' paste Jac At this the dLstingusnd'nored .
breath. "I don't see how I ever Displaying apathy and phlegm.Its
a land monient
in home after the men who fell on the .
something a own, carry that most of you who were in the naval service *
used, weighing about ( 000 pounds. stand came to'make such a ridiculous mistake! and bury them with solemn of "Father of jkh lHon this most extraordinary feature is its hide,'
6t i all. Tinted Malls-plants on a ltugy. during our late war are now in the atrLon <
There were 27,882 sheepskins used 7,221 wit.hu tea.roein bloom. And paused What an egregious donkey you must have and those the honors of war, for the or evening of life. With some youit is the list hepzaW' lbr fath which:-orer the shoulders and down the
taken me for!I" who dropjHxl (10:1 the ratlines into is two o'clock, three o'clock, four o'clock, -frim m. &? '. ,;; throat and :*best ia three inches thick, -- -
and 138clfskin As none of an instant up the subtle fragrance the sea or went down with all on board under at the : ...
goatskins tosluf broke six o'clock and it will soon be bea ? '. ... half inch it
out than
exhaled by one blosom as it And aold perspiration the stroke of a gunboat there remained the sudow I ; S:'.- ,- .- and L Downere less an .
of royal I I the broke I eaa.Wiiam
these skins were split, it represents, I! on its stem. "And I de- round the roots of his hair as he recalled shark and the whale and the endless tpsingof If you were of a at"when*least forty-eight war Do XeDe..2.6.-BI ,.. It feeds exclusively on shell-fish and -

course, the )killing of an equal number of I' dare noddt.t: newspapers sl.nder: books on the table! the.off-hand manner in which he had ad- End the their sea which cannot for this rest.national How will you "Many out, you of you are have passed into the sxtie Cbarlei! J. Rada.........Z ,JOpG.Sprtngeri.i2v. 11 the bulbous roots and tender stalks of .- -

: animals. There about ::302,210 reams of I (JiblssccvcIaInongmen He told me dressed his supposed domestic. g\-e derationfNothing and the seventies; therefore it appropriate % 8. O'ei.........23jD. 1;. Culbetfon.12 certain marine plants, which grow -
"I'll ,". he uttered, making a dive nhagprs trumpet that I hold two great lightsfor Richard P. Bland...IfW. fl. Fome.aRer abundantly at the bottom of the Days & ,
he's ; go .
I should like the and I believe reach their of themjiavebeen
which weighedabout place, I lowly
in the of Chris- liendoraon..U"EPLotlNG
used the *
paper printing, illumination
example Alaskan coast and it
the
the your TI. of
toward his and dropping un- into naval cemeteries of Q Ms..1 and lagoons ,
( tons. determined to make me fall in love with it hat gathere Man admirals consecrated Christ and their
1,813.880 pounds or 00(5J the floor with the will the sod. t for these that it
first :: a coun- you garland Admiral Foote Admiral is evidently digging up
". This would make at sight. "moke Lizzie that covers them, but who put Otr Fag tho interior oi we earth and not reported for
put into one piece 1 tc'nac of such misery that Wy- wi the Christian religion been a uses its tusks, as is ,
I Mr. Marklehara leaned luxuriouslyback to the rescue. flowers on the fallen crew the thing would have had nothingto scale seems be the great of hauling itself ice or.rock. .
womanly they upon
strip two feet wide and l,6S2miles the cushions and man's pity came exploded Westfield and Sljawshoen, and the on a gigantic t the purpose .
among strangely I do with In faith they lived and -
i "You will do such thing, Mr.Markleham All the Tear Hound.
a It
no it
long. the books were up in one enough his thoughts went back to ten I sunken Southfield, and tha Winfield & idea just now of scientific men"tisyithe -
I piled ,
," she said. "My brother Bullets threatening in front, bombs died. In our Brooklyn navy-yard Ad well-
row the narrowest way, that is, the same years ago, to the. days when he was a will be here and you shal stay Lag from above, torpedoes threatening from Foote held prayer meetings ad cn London Grailti.Te Warned by Electricity. .. _

as they would stand in a book ease, it preux chevalier among the pretty girls in and spend presenty.evening with us, learn beneath and the ocean. with its reputation of ducted North a revival on and the on Sabbaths receivingship ;known Parisian scientist, M. ie A novel application of electricity is '

would take a shelf 19)J miles long to hoh Carristown."Pshaw!" he ejaculated aloud. "What I t. to laugh at'your own mistake." six thousand I :not years right"shipwreck in : it lying rU alane far out at Caol, the chpla Flammarion, 8ugge. that a hole several shown in pharmacy at Berlin. To pre ,

them. I the pages of the books were a true it is that there is no fool!.. So Mr. Markleham stayed until Tom a curge for the navy saying? with- rgou exhortation.of In early] lie o thousand yarn deep should b vent mistakes in dispensing medicines,
slyins Wyman came home from the city on the It looks and beautiful to see a war Nathz ipr by order deleterious
picturesque in contains highly
of in the e4rth fu each bottle which
joined together make a strip like fool! I do believe there's the words of a gave "fexcayated t .

said Narrows .
i wouh evening train and he afterward vessel going out through the h is made by its .
;
a -a for two weeks the Bible and the poisonous drugs
six 729 miles something suggestive of matrimony in sailors new singing: spare tie t nish accurate knowledge a t coposition or '
paper inches 'ide and C, J when Lizzie Wyman became Mrs. Markle ,i rig the that : "Henceforth, to hold a circuit-closer -
openly
weight
with the del own open
this Comfortable little room, "A life on the ocean wave, f.tftf of the
long Forty-one steam presses were and the walls and the firelight ham "he ncverfpent a pleasanter evening A home on the rolling deep:" under all 1'will act for-G- Inferior glob connected with a battery and vibrating- .
pink ,
working day and night; over 1,000 operatives rose, Why, I'm over forty, i I'm a in his life!"-New York Jtoifa. the colors gracefully dipping t passing ship Astor His last House words, New, while York, were dying: "I tle Let theEurfittWigWBrnments I he proposes bell. The'weight of the bottle being removed 4 ,

: I i the decks immaculately clean, and the lenS MJjRir: to carry the beneath it riacs- _
were employed; and over 9,000 day!1" God for all His goodness to:me. 'iWhen b trop push-button 4J
t \ agent engaged in distributing the book. As Mr. Markleham sat there, basking I 1 A nourishing mill in Oregon pays an at the Quarantine poetry is all firing a out parting of that sln ship Bnt it entered heaven he did not have to run a,b'ok-. out this < ioa | *k.- by doing by the force of a spring and contact is _
gone a nile, for it; was amid the cheers of when the customer and
for its a great
$50 a day saw made. Of course,
warmth and coziness of the adjacent saw decks red eiidtfwluld the
I in the scene mi out of that its gained-
To ,the old comes engagement welcome. The other Christian admiral will two nd b
biter-who were mainly in its gr. both hear the warning bell _
which uses for fuel big the and the clerk
the door of an adjoining room opened dust, with human heel-house gone, earth until the when the
blo. on would
)J s 1ai ..: was and two ladies came in. their dimpledfaces furnaces. Their fuel ('ost them. $100 a cabins a pile shatn' mirrors and destroyed b honor frm shall lick up the day from mystery under our feet b revealed attention is at once called to the label and _

I ., 'paid fi tSinnassious'lor tne selling of the I glowing with the frosty wind, and day before they found that they could smokestack funiture.crushed steering, a hundred-pound wheel broken, beneath and there shall be no mor watr. and soldier would forget how an error may thus be corrected before- it is .

, like four stars that burn what most Western !aw mills! throwaway "Oh while Atlantic's breast tcfiRht.. too late. _
ikIIs b0DkCOflkherably woro than $1,000,000 their eyes sparkling i Whitworth rll. shot having,.l its BUrs a wall ull. 4
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)lhrk '1 1i TU ) facturing the same within the State if ----S SUBSCRIBE FOR THE] tic*and Court for Bradford Jo'eph L.county iIIJI18in .5'-

j, > S the same can lie purchased at as reasonable AM3K IK I irth A. l>. 1Xo7 I. favor ofavalnst
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-;- .' rates as e\t 're.v Y William BrigKS uponrpndeivd
I -TOBUSHEbWlLKIOLT AT- LEST OP TIK BILLS THAT- The Board of Lmnnisnurs! : ; of State DI GOODSGBOCERIES. I ii srtld Court oo u.
'l :;I*. JTiR CE,BRADFORD-.-- COUgfy._. FLORIDA S RAVE BECORIE LAWS, Institutions s11nll establish tlc) rates I'j be A f I doll.ir A. I'. 1 dam*-7 for t"tanlt the sum eight of tfztr'mrrmri

.. t' 4 t b i C. wn. --7' paid: for stationery! ami'' burk! hot/ks, and togetherwith .awrulDKeoatmirf. 4S-JOO Com dolla .

J If.t a Bad Showing Alter All-many authoiizlng i urclK'sr of stationery, etc. ; I 1 HUM viwl upo and will sell to the
: '. ltor/enid. rj tor Import*pt Measure ..a'Tbe : else when ihe pico! of the goods ma..u i bidder at public; auction o-. the first Mond,

:- : Enter'la the pojtt. ,'office *.t. Starke aa second Eptlre Bpulnes. oftkeSeMlooJUHt I factured within the State shull escted the Starke Florfda Slarke Te1eraph1 July between A. D.lHPtwlogcbe4thy0f the legal hours( of tube at saJd the DIG'

. M.. h.' -. '. class matter, *' Closed Put Into a amount so establisiird by the board houedoor In the town of Lake Butler l III
I IMBB BHMMMMMHMMMHPWHMMHMMMA* NnUhelJ, An act to provide for the sole redemplion. county of Bradford and State aforesaid all
: : Kubscrlptlou, prifi if jujd H< advance ia'ic..lla'i: !i-'li'a.nJ\ settlement 1 of tax SWEAT right title and Intercut of the said William
From tie| News Herald, T W witch he-h : '1.50 idiot; paid ill dv.uice2.Qp. Icli sales ccrliiidiu>> irf J laud :1)11110 tlje St.te rendering of aldludg.nfc. tin and tn tlDle the

p subscriber will l lie> notified when his An act making appropriations for the for taxes, and aiithmiziug-the Comptroller: lowi fcOi8crft dfctiiorj ircels of It ai,
years 1887 and 1888 and for the first to lefiuxl the amount paid for the teiliriciiles _DEALERS JN-- tod.lying and brio*In IUd county Co Wit.II .
subscription} out by a :large cross after quar- ( ) acre fnthewej ..plat of six -
l.milheruthe\ .s .etiiipi4 Ya* ((5)
of upon &
ter J889. to for the r
provide current said lot '
rtj
: far flu
"- his name, and if not ordered qtl.ernis double or ta.xes DRY G'OOD'S: ;- expenses of the State Government.An jMJiJ.Pioid. fractional part of ttM H '-O>rner of the NTj
.. the paper will be promptly stopaJ 1\4"n act to divide the county of Hernando ,' tor die redumption of land S ..fNE'i section: twwjtjt" n.. ((29) Town '

.i subscription} expieis. and to create and establish the counties i to'nto\ the Mate fur tax I'.. prior lo J:j9. FaucyFANCY; Notlons, six (b; south less.of range 28 ewt conuhiinif one< I
more or Together With all
: I of Pasco and Citrus from of. Provide fur, the leileniptimi "t! lad-l and xture buDd'improoementR
portions O jerti.i
>
>ac4s to
_____ ,& Short artjolos pi public iutarfst will the fui ta\e- II' Iblg; am) TO s beion.u
Herpniulo This divides Hernando into Sold to Slajf :G Gts .k SJLOt3 I --- ant? ,ajpertfinlnir- Prty pot ted out
: b. received with p'easuround publinbed, three counties-two new and one old iUlt'i1lc1uI ycIrs1mOulS : : I Attorney.HE.VRV

,! : but In "rlU writ and make 111.1 wTu'tfll vhall ap'plllr that W.EPPER80
; plainly county, Groceries Shl"l1fr of Bra.JlOrd Conni'
Lcf Memorial to Congress asking for mail taxes ft.r which| | laud wns: ..ld to time :Si: Iu I L. B. RHODES. .
jour story u I as possible. People
I Will not i. '. or that sale cl land in ('CEt- I Plaintiff's Attorney.
route from west side of
do not care to read long winded article Chipola nver AI.N-AYS? n STOCK.A .- NEW SUBSCRIBERS II May 28 4tNOTICE ''
from JIarianua U> Wcwuhitchka, in tlcate was atler I t I liiul j jll I,'gHl.I or th.i* iiss as' "

Calhoun U1CI1i.'was c.\u. Starke, Fla., Juno 25 1887. county. : '
have cmictl in liuju.or ii: part,
Act to amend sections 9. and tO fan power FOB
act entitled an act to incorporate thje, or surterjder Kuch certitualtr. inl h j READY-MADE CLOTHING PUCIICATIOX.

III.1 The editor of the Key West p"mf'rat Florida Midland Railway Compan), approved manneraiul upou uch terms as shall ill LAND On'ICET GINESVII.LK. FLA. ) .

It .' died with tho! .Allow fever this week, February 10, 1883. Objects being his jiulgim best protect the interest of JUST HiCKlVED.STARKE ONB--DOLLAR A YEARI .June 15, 1887. [f -

,; $10 U'ui a )'(III1K man only 2S years old, to grant indemnity lands to said road t the Male md" do justice to I lie owner sh of ill - FLORIDA. ONLY Notice is hereby given that the follon .
such laud. Tint the comjilroller
for such as have nptbeen received under Ing-named settlerbas filed notice
its charter. have ,>owcr l') dispose of the interest of The highest market: ;price paid for of in.
Tie Sunday School Convention meets sale intention to make final proof in !

at Lake BUlkr|! today, delegates from An del to require the physiciania charge the State bud yiquirctl cm braced by leason in any tax of sa'e taX' certificate I[0111 to-," I'rodu.fe of his claim and that said proof support will t L,!

of the insane asylum to keep a record of In any ._ made before G. N. Harden Clerk Circnitl
., and itirice of such I inmster -- --- -- -- ---- -- ---- -- .
: pvery school in the county are expected to each case and of the treatment thereof. upon a Court al Green Cove
Springs Fla.
"' .. be present, and compete for d prize for Joint resolution asking for mail route deed the to tlok such land of tlie;itS proviJcd county shall by law make for Friday Aug. 19th. tH87. viz: A. M. .Bee. -

: .. the best song fn-m anope school. A from Cook's Hammock. in Lafayette ilfeds: tax s.ilc! ( ertiKCJilis Belrrore. Flu.. HE. 15911 for the X,
the issuing .. county. to Old Town, in Lafayette county ; the official
This is SEi SEi of NEJ & NEt of
SU'i Sec
.- -arge attendance i* rteirc4. and from Cook's Ham mack to Stephens- Tiie foifpliollt tlujll I jjay back touchier paperof 'l p7SR24E. ] j -
tttbilUtion 'S
!ls
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-- tr.umiy It'IHk\tc upon >
j- '.We want a fewrnore ville, Taylor county, $2 miles. aI' |Ilw.e> rtctivcd by tll. b.kfir! lie names the following witnesses
correspondents An act for the relief of J. Overstreet, the and containsall his continuous
such ceru mflcttt-. und to tIme County Coin- county prove residence upon, a
:I' p ifcc different pnrtsof the county it will !I. T. Qoodnmn. Ernest Burton. John back cultivation of, said land viz
mioMoncis, of \the counlirs: shall: piy :
: not hurt and do settlement Jackson. Toney Mi'cliell ai.d Madison J. L. Wall. of
:1 you /1)1> your the amount received for the counties. Wilderness. F.'a.:
-1" deal of i before Johnson, for their relief from a judgment is draw the and T. II. Jarvis, of Belmore Fla.Hugh .
a U to
great good by bringing; of Suwannee Cucuit Couit for %.j:3L: J5. The C'JU'l'troller empowered county news

1 the people, Our desire ia for it to be distin Au act to establish a Criminal Court of his wariaul upon the treasurer for amount McNiele. cf Belmore, Fla.

:i :... .. ctly unJerstood that the Starke Telegraph Record in Escambia county, which is to be refunded on put ,f State. home II. 1'. Lichtenberger of Belmore Fla
1 .- ". provided for in the new Constitution. An act making :appropriating for and RIVERS & JOINER ought to be in the of S. C. TCCKIK, Register. -
la and that feel
a couuty paper, we ab i An act for the relief of D. L, McKin- extending the provisions of chapter 3,44. U. :. Land Office I

much interest in olli.-r parts of the county non, in payment of u cl.iiin for Stat'''s :approved March 5, 1883. PIV C
..
as this but according to the law of nature Attorney tees in the ca-e of State of appropriating amount for holding tc.icliers' S1KK, I'r .. every citizen. j NOTICE OFINSOLYENCrTIx
nt such times and places as
: cannot be in two at the Florida vs. Daniel \Villiams, of K cambia lsltule
one person place of Public' In- Cocjrnr COURT, BRADFORD Cor-trr FLOB
the Superintendent (
couuty, his clajm being 'ij(]38, as rominissious. DRUGS m CHE KiALS
'". Mine time, so you sue why we njmt depend stmttjon shall designate. The Superintendent A Whereas Henry W. Fpper.on. Administru.. ,

..0' on you for resistance, An.act to regtiiate the sale of seed Cotton ihall rep< rl, to the next Legislature FAN CY ARTCIES of of said the estate county of bavins O. W. Epperson filed in the, deceased office of, Ul t
und for what TOILET AND Price is
'. in this State-forbids sale between the amount expended Our Regular Subscription County Judge, of said county written I UBL,,

; .- The bath house at Crosby Lake ie no sunset and stinrise.} purposesAn tioa of the insolvency of said estate. Notice I
hereby given to all claims
persons naving
-V : longer a thing on paper, but a real live An act to change that pijt; of the cogu' act |In incorporate the ChippewaLake PATENT MEDICINES, &c.PRESrRIPTIONS nature whatever againt said estate to file of torn th n*
Lund and
," :: ty line between Marion and Putnam, Improvement Company, home duly authenticated in the office of th :
genuine article. aud ready for use. Too which extends from the OcUawaha riverto and so grant ctrtail privileges to same; County Judge, of said county on or before th <

.' .. I much praise cannot be given some of our Lake George.An providing that said company shall exist CAUFFULLTOMPOIJD $1.50 11th rata day payment of July will A.be D.made 1887,at to which creditors time a w i.
entiUe
:. Citizens for the promptness in taking upI act to repeal all Jaws and parts of for 99 ye.iib. with domicile at Maiiauna. (' AT ALL HOURS. to the same so far a$the assets will extend ia 'n

laws which license gives COiL unrution all corporate powers, the said administrator will then he dischaed.
I this move and the energy and push displayed impose a ax upon
puwtr'lf laud Witness my name as County JUI!
known'asdrnxmers. and buying and selling l'. of Ut
in out the scheme. There commercial agents, usually County this the 8th day of January. A. D.2887
carrying in this State. This act takes and :1 powers incident theieto. Capital DRUG STORE.J. I' .. J. R. ( CIJARD.I .

I U nothing more refreshing and health- effect immediately upon its approval, and ;U,000 rt Hh power the incivnsing slmieholders to A YEAR INVARIABLY IN AD.V ANGE I Jan. 6m. County Judge,

giving than a plunge into one of our cool is new in effect. $10.0U by consent of of the stock, .and due ,

lakes in the summer time. Starke is to be An act in pursuance of section 6, artide all majority stockholders. Powers W A.V AN
.-1 C, of the Constitution of this State, to ex notice to exluicd FJ.OKID.B
congratu'iatidon this tie* acq } it.on, and by a ho.ud of directors who khall
elude from office and from the right of NAVIGATION COMPANY.
In .derti-5rij the couuty do not forget to convicted ceilain a pasidetit and other ofllccis. The i
suffnge. o
persons
I AND $2.00 i TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 1.1887,12.D1
put in the Crosby Lttku bath Louse. offences-including burglary, or infamous- presiftctil shall hI'c general gtnealsdi.rceiul I a.it
J IAU
.' crimes, betting or elections, gluing diu-ls of the atlairs ot t the uon.paii aiib i7!; M: Trains Run by 90th Meridian DIVISION.umu))
r WESTERN
ject to boji.l of dirccioiPiovides fi>rlimitKt'oiu j
I
:. If ;ou Illink the Cttwoods is not the or sending challenge to fight, or gcc.or.di, debts be incurred. Shortest and Quickest Route to New Orleans an,
to Appoints
alter trial and conviction. HI Southwest. Direct Connections to Pole..
place In which to pioJnce champion corn directors and torsulisequtnt
piovules W est and Northwest.
duties of 10anluf -
An act to prescribe county
. lose op time in g
Wall cff of cc.'g in oach tor the disH'>ltitiun of the corporation IF NOT PAID IN ADVANCE. Kt-a'lnp. Rt'Rd down ;-
- frown: by Mr. L. I 1). in the city, laying jusi districts So. U. No. 2. :No.J. No.d
b of thr c-founlg of the
: and disabuse your mind at once imd for county into districts not less than I Iwo as. ). '.WIJIS. j J. L. GASKIXS 11 4*>a 7 30 p Ar Jacksonville.Lv 8 CO a 3 00 J j
they may deem neccessary-must be capita! ll. Copurtun 10. exempt 10 tO a .U rX> p Ar Baldwin .. Lv 8 41 a 4 OS i ;
.- ever. ]tr. Wit II and }fr. Moitt have as coextensive with one or more election districts -I from any occupational or c tax nquired :- Og\I.EH IXDruO's it J/J& 19 pAr Lake City... Lv 10 lOa lUm

fin$ corn as we have ever seen, growing the description of the limits must I by I law & Medicin : 7 6 (1 N a a 4:1d x.p Ar Madison Live Oak..Ar. ,..Arl 1058 01 a 8 7 a)3'* *.
-- --- --- - P p KB ;
' in lb. city. antI i i. is not because these. be spread on the minutes of the conunii. A ml'Uorid to Comgtess provides forrequetiuig *"" .Siitrke; 1' 1i.. 5 15 a 2 59 p Ar Monticello Ar 1 a.Sp1025 L
sioners, which shall be conclusive evidence our Senator und mcml J'b of So can see that we 3 SO I1 05 p Ar TaHahassee..Ar 227pU5.il.
: gentlemen are good farmers tither. The thereof. v ; CongiejN tu petition the (' rcs3 of the you 1 40 a 12 (W p Ar Quincy. ..Ar 3 22 P I 401 j

secret of it !lIes in the fact that they make United 'ates for Mifficient oL Physicians' Prescriptions! ) l2Uip 11 25 pAr River Junc..Ar 405p 830i i
An act to for adlitem nppropii.ilion Marianna....
,. S provide u jud e hOOp 10 80 a Ar Ar :5.07p 4Q5| i
j S ft moderate use of fertilizer aud plant in when the presiding judge is disqualified, for, anti to establish a lighthouse. nt tieeumtruincett Ua/'r.fll/lj'! : (Jii>iiile I St Aiulrew's and the iiftf'it 3 00 3.liaLvPensacola..Arl&lOpliZO
) p ift
.. fiatwoods soil We or for transferring a cause, or for the Bay
can now boldly as appointment .. ?
3.00 Lv
S I placing 01 buoys ou the liar. ..1111a.( IS7! -nl. lA15p: : e. |IFlomaton. Arll.B9p ai5 t
of a referee. 100 a LT Mobile ....Ar Z25 a 7JflJ -
S without the fear successful
sert of
contradiction An act die relief of Lawrence D,
An act to establish the municipality of for 8 OOp I.v NewOrleans..Ar ..20a --
I hut the fiatwoods of Bradford Jacksonville: provide for its government 'Wal, of Clay county, and tlC otiitr U. D. MINER'WATCHMAKER 7.20 a ..& pLv Montgomery..Ar' 7.1Sa 7.58p
..
7.27 Lv Nashville
255p a .Ar
dlOp 7.201
, who took sUli t
I :: agricultural >-
count when drained beat and nsses"ns
), properly can prescribe its jurisdictions.ind powers. 12.45 p 12 46 a Lv Evansville Ar 1.10 a 235 p
.S An Gardner I. ilardee tlC in 1877. Providing pay fur laX a>- .?:. t2..36 Lv Louisville....
'010" the world on fine corn with the aid of a act to grant to I.I p a .Ar 2 25 a 2.20piHHa
Minor J. Jones C. J. sessor-s for work! (lone in taking 'aid st.tistus ..- 8.20 p Lv ancinnatL..Ar D35a 635p -
S ,-.- cheap fertiliser.$ We have abundant proof Hector Joseph f ik' : ; ".IOa 7.20pLvSt Louis .Ar 7.40a 800j

j. : pf the assertion right here in the city. oyster Paxtoa privileges and Lymau on the E Bannana, Barnes and certain indian JOINT nrsoi.c'iiox. x 1a' 4C) VVt" lj1i' f' f I r \ .,,1 S' '.0 P 3.40 p Lv Chicago..Ar 10.30 a .. 1-1 -
laud No 0 and 10
I .-, rivers on condition that they cut a \\hereuts, the Coi $titution provides ; :.jj ; f3 Through No 2 sleeping daily. cars on and daily.2 to New ,,

: Bradford county has ci'iZ 1l8 living in certain canal, and to allow the corpora the sesMon-i of the Lcgiblattue siu d: leans
., be 60 da. lie tesolved. F R. arid N.sleeping cars GolD and 10 to D .
"s the west end who have I lived there for tion acquiring these franchises to consolidate -I lmilllto I. i I Funiak Springs. i.
I h'rl end the Legislature _
I ,e"jol -
with any oilier corpoiatjon created i
yearn and have never seen Starke I5u die June J JJ Ibb7 SOUTHERN DIVIjJrDAV_ ,_-
., '. S with powers to cut a canal. I :.ljl.IIIt'11c on ,__ __ ___ __ ___ ___ _h _._ and
lies men this ought not to be the case, 3 ou Purpose to at this place at TJ o'clock! midnight.Minioiial : Shortest quickest route Grinesville. Oca
being open an. and all
.. l-fosljurj to points in South Florida.
: must advertise sour goods and Jet these immense oyster enterprising which is not lo Ciingre-s asking a! appropriation 4 Head .
.
Read
) do.
to the I liar aud tii
dredge (
people know that trade inaccessible for want of an outlet. deepen No4.-KoS. NOT. No
; Ihey can get good .
., 4n act to legalize the charters of all pass at St. Andrew's Hay Florida., fro n. 11.25 .00 P ArFernandiaa.-* 1010 a- .
. ia our oily, The Telegraph reaches these incorporated cities and towns Object is 1ttque-tmuug the members of VOUIIC1: .. -ri.s'atJ.A.i IIs "I.f.'W Correspondents all 7.45 a Z.45 p Ar Callahan ..Aril.276lHa ..-...

but do advcrtis- and Senators I the : y'.Xi .J& "" 43pLvBaldwiu......Ar12.25p__ :
; people they not se-j any for reli .f of such us failed to comply with to pietitiou 2.30'p 630aArJa/kso .ville....v 11 33a gal
S. meat Iji hand -onsequent' 'I ly do not know the 2rt section of chapter 16S8, Lava of Stales (..ongre ton no.luo.Ot( () orir- STAimC. FLI.PECl of the so- 515 a 1.35 p Lv Baldwin..' .Ar 12.20 p10.O :..
.5 notice poses expressed i'i I : Itlvrial, and S" M;HtU'ptli'ii piirt ro ivpuimijr Htchc IC'w parts county are 4.103. lOOpLvLawtey .Ar l.lSpn.iJ
.f that there Florida, as to giving etc., .
me any merchants or that they to declare :t. Andrew's Bay a port ofeutiy : (Us qiul Jewt1m'3tC.. 411! work* ,1"1'" 345p l2.4.. p LT StarVe .....Ar i. 2 p 11.47J
do An act to prevent any esidcnt: Vice- t.t ruwtt.us.iLit ret-s (.m'a..l.i. 1uluil' e Ricli.rd .45 10.35 a Lv Gainesville.Ar 3.Zt 7
any business uud of course to p p .U
they go of S !
nut riiiecting Secitftuiy &Ule to
Prisidcnt. Director, Superintendent or 'n id Pace licited. 330 p 7.tO a Lv Cedar At'>.. Ar 8.35p 2.XO
S ; : some thcr place, to tiade. where they other officer, or any agent of any railroad lorward each! nii'Miber: of Ci>ngie-d :copy! --- .. ,-- .. ZKa 11.31 P Lv Hawtborne..Ar 2.26 p 115

. ,. : :' know they can get their wants supplied. or steamboat company in this State from of this memoral p 117 a 11.04aLvCitraOrage LakeAriSSp...
An the STfiRKE LIVERY STABLE. 1 10-*a Lv Silver Splin .Ar 3.'-6 p. .
.'. A man that does not advertise in his giving or knowingly causing to be given Ihecorpoiationsnf: ; I150p 1OlO a Lv Ocala ...Ar352p IU
railroad within towns of Tampa and North Tnmpa; Iu 10.0-" -i.OOe.Lv Wildwood Ar
transportation over any AND! p U5p ".5.1
;' .. home paper is not known out side of his this State between peinuwithin this State provide a municipal goveriiUK-nt. for the -LT- I 4.15 p 8.39 a Lv Parosoffkee..Ar 5.48 p 10.06

?.lk4 .. '. narrow tphrre, and no good is known of to any delegate to, cr member of any city ol ramp und to detine the l/ouiula-: FEED AND SALU STARLES. I 3 3.40p.08 p "7.20:Ii a Lv Lv St.Sumterville.Catherine..Ar. Ar 5.5Bp: p m57j 1020 -


, .. him eten there. ; political convention in this State at a rate nes I thcr'ol'. Ptnvides for the abut I I iua & 2 18 p 7.17 a Lv Owensboro ...Ar 7 08 p 11.57!

,1 less than that chained to the general nub. n of the chatters. !. of 'T LIIPL.tUnl!! :.11thllUlIJ.lli ir'Afftl 1Sli_ .A S t.ro p ..00 a Lv Dade Citv...Ar 7.25 p Ii25
ron tim 91tp $.3.m a Lv Leesburg....Ar5.20p. iSS
. 4 .5 .. Yellow fever is abating in Key West, lie for such trlnsportaLion.dmits. excursion providing iiuconlor.itiouivihljm If have no t4.30p IU a Lv Tavares".- ...Ar 5.45 p US -a-
S certain limits HfI '
. p. :., and is now lalked about in the State rate to political l convention where city to be called j you money .37 p 7.29 a Lv Apopka .. .Ar 8.87 p 145 -
A pnperH IlK nn old story. The excitement no favor or discrimination is shown by the City of Tampa, and giving to it corporate 7 10 p 6.55 a Lv Orlando .Ar 7 08 p &15

. : .. ., baa abated, and the quarantine ia not so the corporation to one class over anotht privileges, and piovidmg for manner : and Through Sleeding Cars on Nos. a and 4. IH-

t J Miriut., vv hii,, u great deal of the quarantine An pet to require icads and other corporations for election of city officers"on the 2nd YA' bring us produce wewill tween Jacksonville and Orlando without chaD "
t ,
o-e dollar a berth. No*. 7 and S Not,
in aim|".le nonsense. It is not a Rood operating railroads in this Slate 'I'ucsday in July, 1887.! Provides thai all nod 4 daily daily. .
except Sunday.
,1 : I. ,. Idea to jet too slacks because if the dread to fence said roads and iu case of n fan laws and ordinances now in force in tin- trade do not for- FERN ANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE NR -
dUeabd bhould break out on the luaiu ure to do ill, to pay damages for all livestock city of Tampa shall remain iu fuil force -- only
: it \\onlil 'UZ (Daily J
land
undoubtedly spread withrapidity until council.
J killed or injured on said roads by repealed by city Head up. Read down
mid give Florida another black engines or cats. An act to picscnbc the bonds to be Xo 11. No 5. No Co No I 13
' eve which site cannot attord to take at .1 get that we. want 500 54" 8.20 a Ar Jacksonville .. Lv 8.20
cerium
' this time. The that An act to incorporate the city baik of given by county orliuei-5. ''- R. j j y knew p 500p
I: repoits theieaieje1low vides :00 p 7 00 a Ar Fernandas. Ar 6H)p 10.10
that each otlicer
;. \ S fev.r 01 ouolera. iu Florida, excepting Peusaco'a. Object being to do a general county before he- First-cl.i touinout* fuinit-hed at all CONNECTIONS.At .

-.' at Key Went, ia untrue. The (act in banking business. is commissioned shall give bond to bu approved Suscribers at Callahan with JSaranuah. florid uc
t.. { there la very little sickness iu the State, Memorial) to have an appropriationmade by board of county commissioners hi>ur d.iy r.i uighr.'lerius once. Western Kailroad, for Savannah.. Macon A .
I I i'ci.on.ililc Give us a liml. lanta. Charleston WashlD Baltimore. Sei
(u.
ri barring a few oases of summer complaintS to make navigable the river :5tX und comptroller conditioned for Unfaithful AlJlnW.IS.HEZ. I York Cincinnati. St. Louis Chicago, and ti
." 1 or Florida fever; and wo may still further from where it now intersects with Moccasin performance of his duties amid Iointwest and Northwest.
gay that we will bet there is less sick ness slough to Conchs lauding. tiled will the Secielaiy of the Slalc. I Stai k.e. Fin. V At Silver Springs with OcUawaha Blr*

,S i hl the Slate than any utuer State in the Memorial asking for mail route from County Judge not less than $1UOO, nor '. Steamera.At Dade City with Florida Southern Railnxul

.\ a.,. ,. -.. .. Union Murianna to St. Andrew's Bay. more than $5,000. Clerk ut Court in same ORANGE COLLEGE Capt. J. N. Jone&. marluble Exper- for Brooksvllle. Bartow and Tampa.At .

An act to incorporate the Key of the amount. Sheriffs shall give a bond of not S.: J. TEMPLE.TEMPLE'S I Jenee. I Orlando, with South Florida Railroad

: ; UUK F..llJ/ERS. Gulf Railroad Co., and confer certain less than two nor moie than ten thousand No one of our citizens isl>ette r knownthan Sanford, Lockelana and Tampa.At .
STAUKE
)tit., Our furtuetN' all feel hopeful this season, powers and grant lands to same, which is dollais Iu all of the cases above slated MILLS FLORIDA.- Capt. J. N. Jones. F.r years the Monday Cedar and Key Thursday with Steamer, for Manatee Governor a d Sfifford TampCLYDES -

: the usual laud grant, with the the amount of the bond should be fixed b} Captain w -nfflicted with 8aseriol13 hu-
i find exiut to come out in the fall in Better ordinary FLA_ NEW YORK AND FLORIDA STZAS
shape than ever I lefore. It I is a iiotice- franchises of right of way, etc. the boaid of county tommissiouerd.Fiovulcs OPENS SEPTEMBER 5th 1837. mor. or ernpti". on his fad. Everyone SHIP LINE. .

.t. able fact, that .tbey as a das, are not An act to incorporate St. Augustine that the tax collector shall MANUFACTURER and continues ten months; with vacation Cui'int- hereabouMT doubtless, well !member the JUiLi from Fernandinc Sundays and Frid y': -
'. 1- runniiiK store account B, as before, but Park Association. Object being to till give bond in an amount equal to two- mas week.TEAClIER. case. Well now as a matter of valuablefact 'roin Jacksonville Friday. for Charleston ax

, pay cash for all they get, and go without and reclaim the marshes of Mariah: Sanchez thirds of the entire umount of the State! 010'XU DKXI.KH Ii\ -. just read over his own signature how New"York.

if they cannot pay i-nsh. If they will Creek. and county taXes us>esse.tl iu his county Prof. G. P. Young. teacher of Natural Science the Captain got rid of the chronic and I SEA ISLAND ROUTE.
; anti [) seil Ye''low Pine
.Sn\ed
S V stick to this piiueiplo all through the An act to permit the, provisional municipality for the year preceding the year for widen ro> and the Normal Department. Prof. C. J. Den- I disagreeable-eruption: Steamer Kxprrxn [leaving Jacksonville 5:1 0
? r .wenbon, and sell.their crops tor'('\sh i in of Pensacola.to ssll certain of bond given; provided lh I ) the ltIi. Bradford county is by in e'c. Hiss D. J. Pearce. teacher of lu- elegant Steamer St.N icho[".. InsideRout. I
no shall be
means its public the bond required amount Quality.Latli Swift Specific Co..'AtUnta. (fa:
b : u swmid-clav county. There property and to quit the title to strunieutal and Vocal Music and Calethenies Brunswick. Dorian.Savannah. ccnnectinjrsteamers wi
where better is no place certain other of said property already sold. greater than $ .000 -*, Tickets Hailing*, I B1'\'kcta Primary Departineqtvlll be arrange in due I GENTLEMEN: My face and nose were for Caltimo Philadelphia New Yo
c.rn grows. The ot t crop To sell certain The county irea uier shall give bond in time. I badly broken out from disordered blood and Boiton. WALTER 11)IJM.\N.:: .
S wan inimeiike thU Beaton, and the weather city property not needed for double the amount received by the and iMiiiNluiig 1mm uiht'r cou->tuit on BOARD K If. PI\PY- Gen. Trav. Agent | (
IB Just right now for planting public uses and give titles to propi-ity couumtyLaeasurer I for three or four vears. The ioctors were Traffic )llln: -r. l-
potato rue preceding and SUCh !m a i i ii.tttutitt. Oan be had with the PRINCIPAL at Jl: .00 determine
year per unable
to the
vines, and there will be a largo already sold. ... exa-t nature; of A. 0, MACDONELI. r
I i: .. ,, -.. When the time comas we croIJplanted. will i An act regulating appeals fiom Justice i bond :i.ill; secure the money received by a-/l-- Sl-t.-ia1:, :. yivcn t lo Fjlin4 !- extra.week payable Good con\cn.ent weekly: washing and pleasant and II-OMIHR hoard, the eruption I took their prescriptions 1). MAXWELL(Jwiienil ivisk"'tKera II Ticket Agent. r

i hum! that our farmers are on the top of Courts in civil adiou$ and proceeding in I him as treasurer of the school fund iu the \ ; ti h.j's with Dis l'atch. very cheap. in private/amities. wirhout experiencing nny helJetit. About General Sui-en, 't.-n larit. ;

: the heap and in good circumsUiue this State This act provides for appea's! iu.Ihe' county.iue d-"U. dhuu The school is pit-as,intly situated, and Starke a year ago, I took six bottles of S. S. S., J..
.. S to the county assessor snail: give uoiui iu Scroll is noted for 1t"l.'ttreme healthful i:ess.Frvo and the eruption. humor
; SubTropleallbpoaUlou.The Circuit Court b'y bill of exceptoiu WorK term ain thw pa"r.I or entirely dis-
in all civil actions in counties where no the sum of one thousand dollars. The I catalogue or p.irtK-iilarf apply to appeared. 1 regard S. S. S, .,s one of the N. J. Jonen tt Co., h.ive man"t thai ,

1. coun ties, cities und towns are takingS County Court has been established under superintendent of public instruction and AMJ I G. P. YOUNG. veiy best urifiers of the blool. olli.-e sinr. tht' fire to the r x>nn in II .

'*. fiction in regard to Florida's Sulh-Tropical section 13 act 5, of the Constitution Qf the county surveyor of each county shall Jun'J3. 87-&a. Principal. Yours truly A luirk bnlMiritruvcr! 11. IT. Junes "tom _.
1 j Exposition; aud they do well so to do. the State of Florida give bond iu the sum 01'ouc thousand Vegetable and Orange J. N. JONES. wh,,ru tin-\ will I SPO all tlwir old friend

,3 There is certainly no better or surer way An act to provide for the proper r enforcement dollars each. Theie-is i no doubt that SAjft Spvciiic aml iiHtiifr and .ill! awoim's now due

of; making our resources ndapllbilhics of the provision of am tide 19 of Each justice of the peace and each constable CRATESA I will cure cat.lI rh, ip-l.ti. jrhE.-lInutl..rn aree\i.iv.t<.t to be settled mit once:.
; I ,4 shall bond! in the of five .
Jlnd known give sum
capabilities to the
thousanas the'tronstitutioti 18b5. Provides for II down
run s !tlm. u.i.cr, aer fain. or a' y -- -- -
of visitors that will throng Jacksonville el r than once in two hundred dollars. I other blood !.i-...mmieuVahui..ile; treat!i-tr N itiec.

S S this winter than I l>jr having our county rears whether liquors shall be Iu each bond so required, iu which the SPECIALTY on all blood di iI' iscrn iild I f\tI n.m Ii-

S: thoroughly and systematically represented. sold n Co rid providing H penalty amount shall not extend $1,000, there i tHtfl B plication to S\\m >nfvirQ ( tl'il.I I: 3 I have not !hetnl from lIlY ?on To

Bradford county for natarar advantages fpt Belling in "Oun.ies voting against the stud! bu two fcccuii'iHL! bouud for I* Un oHLf. Allan:1, Ca.Tphold 'tl. S htuiuls among the fore i oat counties of the ttieofJiquojrin penalty. not exceeding the face amoiiul ol saul l>o>id. BLuu i ; \
: Slate and should be represented accord- 500i imprisonment not exceeding six In the bonds excelling one llious.iud: day of .\pl\. i8u: ((5 nn.l was last he-.ud.o
.
S ingly. Within the confines of her brord months and giving the X-ircjut Court 1: each; surely shall or may bind themselves Scarlet and Yellutv Fcvet M1eas at Brook-viile ua the 12th of April" 1881

'.4 I' t. domains everything tkat for a spec i lied siyn. and the uggiegate DiPiZtt.a, Sraltrie. pox,
: adds to Florida'swealth jurisdiction when he eiiplge.i; his >frvce8j.! <>-.adrover. 'cattU
I r: un be shall not be less tluu the amount ol the 35,000ACS 12it'ic, ', .
successfully produced from'litr -An act to the Georgia,
4 incorporate ? of KY. UNILEXINGTON. lIt Was 2i1 ol.-rairicrtall|
I ''rs -
;- I. soil. woodlands und lakes bhe grow* ''Florida & Key West Railway .'r. bond Each suiciy shall be a ett tdeul ot I Commercial College Kv.Ch n.I'!!'. s P-l'iri.l,::.io ri'ild! : will II!,'-- -
f cerels the county and hail! make Hllid.ivil; tint he bl.ick and hi- hair .inclined
the and fruits of .North-in Florida Provide that the capital Mock of said eyes. WHS
apat.But BtniMM College in the World. time iiiftction ,
2'-, uud the Sub-Tropical products of South I cun puny shall!! be one million dollars, in Il' jwsM-ssed of \i.i'ile' property iu Uic _ILl QeU.._.u 114.Call.4 tloy l.r1i fever Jiii|
: ." I S .S.- Florida alike Bucctssfully.In shares uf_one hundred doll.ira each and county not iucumoered, amid! not exempt OF LANDI r ;_'L'-' '5i 5t 8000..r.4RMsS aa&Ia and irln-'imi; dt:..-i.eVVili will lIe thankfully recci\ecj GVhissorfoW_ fi f-*

order to have the different parts of capital stock may be increased by the from legal sale I to a.al-e good the I uud. II T.em r.1 C..1 el'ran a1lft- keep I the ntino<'!.liri of :"ng ::\. mom i.,..t. BI .
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our represented in the aid the bonds shall l.e approved l'y.I"04,1of Cae1MJa.T. 8rHu'4 j.
county mailer, we president and board otd-rectors with the .
\ !' .al w. Tb Itpftial.u..a t. awltoh.m". ,.rbiPi
: .. have called a meeting of our citizen, *cUcicd appmv.il the Lockbo1t.1 .s.. county commissioners and the ctThp- I fur-> l>rtunc: ( rO\'I's, in Lots I. _I.i .OY.6ra1'.oUnaieea; pill aos ; a'lddrsIry 3IRS. WM. EDWARDS. '

,;-j; reliable, responsible gentlemen !'ro\. les thai all privileges and powers troll cr. of I 10 :afio.s :tItt "1I\s, rn.i\. i>wanted I 8Ir1lrftlan W..4nM.Epkr St$ .1'NII4a W..,LsJi.P4t.WI rnllOlpaI..,,.01' I unhieni thy tub via jmii, eui tagioru. : ark -. Bradford CoO. Fla. -
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from each prl'Ciu'ct.'ho are equally intelt grunted to railroads by the laws ot Florida An act to incorporate theSuwannte Sc Nov 1-\ Will I neutnilize I any had: sim-ll whatever Florida

:. .S, :p5. rated in our general welfare. I'elitiou lire couf red upon this coutpauy. Gulf Railroad Comp.iuy. Provides for S.. .:__ _ _- not by 'isguisinsr i it, but by d'srnying; it. papers please copy. S
.- have been largely signed asking aid flonii That said road shall be commenced removal and remedying 1111)' (It-fl' l ilia': S -

. S S : .5 our public treasury lex assist iu our efforts. within one year_And_ a half. and completed may exist i i. the genc-ial aCt of lll'OII'I.I'a- ( ). 154MiInery 1 KKKXE, I r.lAS'E A'I"'J'I,are now 4''IO4 preWOKIG :- U.P arbys PrnphmvltctkF1uI: in ...' M i ra.'p.rJ and Kentucky Co

t r The 1cttei and mere thoroughly this work within five from the date of the 1100, 90 as to enable said Cll'uip.u.y to pm ne- I u..!.nl t.. fu.ni.h all clasps with! t-uiii4yiueuut at Mck-rot.m. l'Vf'rY',1, \VlnikevwyoaroldRye and Ire Cot J

{: z- -.b Js done the greater will I Ie the benefit to approval 0 t, cute their work with greater iac-.Iit. I 1': y Fancy Dress GQQIS: I hoi i itt'.: w.-t>Ie or tie Mine. ,.r for their spnrc Beer go ti> II. Au>tia'a bar \\h"r JO
cp' Ihecouniy, 'ides that all of lflORuefltEtisiis new. light our} pi oflMblc. will Ix. served bv the genial and court*' :
the
S # &iiAija acf lor the purchase of coufucu pie.-cut LOIpor.ntion I NOTIONS. KID! iOYE: i-: 1'AKASUl.S.l.'N lVi--oti of cighr be. easily earn from 511 cents | | live tit home am. make more ou..l.apt. J. N. JOl1e .. This Inr ixfiW*
j lubteiid of $1,000 or $1,500 us is proposed b w .N booksta1inne of same name, charirrcd uUr I to J5...0 per evenii,g. and a"proportional sum by money at work for na |ban at any j ,
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'j' ; be us-ed i I"ilk Zh.; ; i- ::::1 all kinds Y 0 else I out with tIt the tin|>rovp to
ten or twenty thousan and paper topartmtnts ;, in the different de- the general act, not coiisis'eut htreu! :.' deYrin all their time to the bit-.ine-iK. Boys tiling In this wurldl Capital DOC j
1 .t ; ol IIM;.'r, ,. I Ir ant girls much U needed; jou statea Both jug drhk'i.ao suit the trade.
f tlollmi wisely spent m this exposition iu shall ty. formed und cArried : e trn nearly & OH men. That all aro free. I ,
titles of tl out 1.1coiporutiort .
a iState.The >> I I .
W11.b their I sexes;all age Any ou do th rtr.m dO
sect addn-s.-
known W may 8'nd and test -uin :work. IJirK'eariiinK'S Iuotiuig .thirlgln.thls line *
if,,'_ pinking. the rcsutirtcs and udvan tlompt&Hcr: shall purchase f..' the herein cit-ateJ. 1 L'r.nc.1..f} ;. I tlu- busii.t--F, we m tire! this off!!. Too siioli a* are sure from flri-t .tart. COt.UV outfit ant I fn:.c thl"1l.ll'!. 4t
L tats >f our county will toe a Lundrpd fold I 1 (Icpailinmu und the Couniy Commission (t'oN'rINt.1p; : I-r WL1C' I I not well satisvrp!? *:.1 n'n.i ".ie ilol!:Ijr to pay terms f'PC. Better n( delv. uothm r .5
iu a few years. ''irs to counties all ) I 1 :irrumt1t IUtf'nli.: to wru.'i-. I for the tl'\lu.11.01'-\.ritill', ru.l; piitiiiJ.nsmid! to st-iiJ us 3 our addrt-as nii'l C08it'OIl von r... .
'b matters of stationerye I i9 \>tat By "Si'. l.,r. 1 rtiiru I outfit free. Art-lrrssOU.IWiC;t M :'.-,1):; & CX., wise von will do s'. at once. ..'' A. -" --.- -
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CITY while at work in that moment hid her .
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SUre and go M Church to-morrow. mill and mashed. Dr. deeply moved lover: "You must ; "

Miss Belle Richard paid Jacksonville a Powell the three assisted smallest by Dr. N)rton amputated take good koer of uiy wee birdie. Jack, T1IK: REPRESENTATION 1SJ THE I r toms. W1T1&AI '$ ;' .

..y flying visit on last Wednesday. toes he is now doing. Rioollect that whe's been raised kind o* I SEXATE Asp HOUSE of RKPRESKSTATIVKS :
well
and will likely recover although tender like. Two acres a day is all I OF TUB STATE OF FLORIDA.

i Miss Rosa; Phillips. of Jacksonville, is hi, foot gi7ea him a great deal of pain. ever asked her to p.ow, and an aerd ur I : Paht' !''GbdEs1iore'

\o in the city visiting friends. The young people had a very pleasant corn a day is nIl lie's used to huuinjf. Be it enacted by the Legiilaturv of the State e Dry ; : -

Mr. Hen .Mason of Waldo was In the I little party at the residence of Cot W She kin do light work, sieh as ilL 'king of Florida : .
W rail ,4"
f0nera a.I I
: dilna Kwt-boles and
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z city on Wedusday.. Moore's on last Friday ujght. Jt | SECTIO"i'l. The apportionment for the -.
_. was intended
burning brush : FL.ct
and all that but "in'tused STARKER ::11\
-# for a next Legislature of the State of Florida, .
Old surprise but the i
papers fur sale at this office 25c Col. ever 01 to farm and thereafter A
r ,1b per the alert for all reg'lar work, and you untH there is another apportionment i ;
hundred.. such things, was fixed in musn't ask too much of her. It's hard under the Constitution of I _-'I *Q.-,--._. .1.1I'
the finest sort of this State, shall be a follows : '
when the for
The way guests ar- her old dad to give bis little sunshine
streets are nice"and SEC. There shall be
Senatorial
looking thirty-two -
clean and '
now why can't entered heartily into the sport up. He'll have to split his own cordwood Districts, which shall be designated : .
I we keep them looking sol! with the young folk,. There were 62 of and dig hU own later now. But by numbers as follows and be com : gJomcsn, aui nu'l t3 fr
Our as handsome posed each of be counties mentionedand ;
merchants birdie and he "
report a !
very lively day young people present as go, happy -Tid-Uits.
' 4KIJ4G named after the several numbers I
last could
Saturday for the be found ( o.otls
season. any wherj in the State I.AKK VIEW NOTES. bolow. Each district-shall be represent
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t1. H. 11. Jones has some etra flue oils for Mr. A. E. Moitt says that he did not Considering! the fact that we are in the ed. The by one::1s -*Senatort ist1'ict.thall be composed ol !

w'e; at :oc a kuow that his little midst of Rosa ; White tloods Laces lUll! J1"@P'
piece call and see him In the baby was a boy, till the dull season our town is doingas Santa conntv. ,

a HI ick Store-. he saw it in the Telegraph and he then well as can be expected.The 2d district.shall Decomposed of Escam- I j

POWDER went strait way and bought house of Uks! Richmond \s finished.Mr. bia county. > GENTS AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND
The S1'AIti1'EIAOLApJf j is a donkey for The 3d district shall I*. composed of ?
0 ou sale at the little one :Now D. W' is' Walton an4 Uolme \
Morgans' IJazaar it may be that the Britain buikjiug a barn -.4 D AND FINE CLOTHING. :
every Saturday The.4th district shall
: Sc morning MUle one is not a boy as we have no official and his house)is also neariajj completion.Mr. be. composed of ._
:1 Absolutely( : Pure. only a copy. Jackson. .-_ __ -_ 1. -
_m authority for saying that it is and .Allp'orl Ji stil -adding t..hi premises The 5th dUtjjct shall be conipdSexl of -

This powder never varies. A marvel Prof. Sireator, "f Lake Weir, is hold. perhaps the donkey js not for the baby and thu work on the hotel will soon Liberty Franklin and WaknUa. .
r of strength and ing The lUll district: sbnU be -
purity, wholesomeness. a very successful series of meetings after all. begin. cap1osd"t .
More economical than Oadsden. *
the
kinds, and cannot bo sold in <'onipetition ordinary at the Christian Church. Mr. J. Q Adams the Mr. T, R. Brown i is appointed Notary The 7th district shall bo composed of

: with the multitude of I low test, short Mr. W. E. Duncan boss ice cream Public; also Mr. Leu R. Thonus of Wil- Polk. i CARDELL
wolijht. alum of phosphate powders. left for Tallahassee man says that lIe wants the people to The 8th district shall be composed of W..
S Sold only in cans : on last Wednesday where he will understand Urness. Leon. ,
Royal Ilakiiig Pow- ]learn : that. when the U. S.
,. Flag
drr Co.. KW: Vall-st.. N Y. Telegraphy. floats in front Mr. Beck our merchant and Mr. Mid- The 9th district shall be> composed of

I April 17. 'si;. of his emporium that he dleton are getting over their illness. Elernando, F uci)and Citrus. : -Praotioa1-- .

;; -j Morgan Bros have their little store has ice cream on hand to sell, and that he To such parties as are interested in the Madison The 10th, district shall be composed of A ..

I NOTICE, completely covered with signs and letter- always has plenty of it on Monday. progress of Lake View it may be of ii.ter- The Jttu district shall be composed of

This is to notify all parties that permission ing. The boys do not go into anything Red Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The est to know that Mr. Henderson Stark Htllsborouffb..The 12th district shall be Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker

to use or cut timber the halves. Flag means auction but all composed of
on lands by are invited -
has display and
enterprising photographer, good Taylor lAFayette.
: In-longing to the to attend just the StsaxGsie IFla.BF"HAVINC
same. The 13th district shall be .
The limit of our liberal offer has of views from Lake View and Lake composed ot j
'I.oRD.tSOUTIIF.llX
; } lUlUlOAD expired Dade and Orevard,
: in the counties Pasco. Citrus, COMPANY Ilernando we have concluded however to take The night passenger bound northward Kingsley in his studio to which from timeto The 14th district shall be composed of LOCATED in Starfce in the brick building formerly occupied by C

I. }' Ivy, Alachua. Bradford, Baker and new subscriptions for a while longer at i Wednesday morning ran off the track at time more will be added M the town Comm nia. E. Wyman, I n'specif ully bolicit work in my line from tt e citizens of the town and stir *H
. Temples it is The 13th district hal! be coqiposed of ounding county. All work warrnntt. Charges moderate. Roofing.
; Columbia must be obtained from me, and one dollar a year if paid in advance. I reported that the whole improves, Bradford Guten.ai

lee, rioneyg due for stumpage or timber rain ran about a quarter of a mile back Divine services will be held at 3 o'clockin The Pith district shall be composed of Leaders 1&pcitlty.ALL: ORDERS PROMPTLY( FILLED. : -

on said lands be paid only' to me: all autlioiity The petition for an appropriation to into the country and stopped by running the Masonic building by our minister, Nassau. 4
; gici! former agents having been The ITtU district shall be ofSuwunnee.
revoked. By order of the Company: advertise the county is meeting with approval into some very large orange trees proba. Rev Dr. Cumings. Sunday school! al two .* composed BIJOU -
MEN'S
.. V. Burke. Special Timber Agent. every where and everybody is Lily those of the Pennsylvania Orange o'clock and prayer meeting every Wednesday The IStli district shall be composed of THE

:;: Brousou, Fli.: June 18. 1887. signing. Company, for the truth of the above call night, : .Duval. DONGOLA KID A. L. Von KIRN Fine Alligator. .
r : The 19th district shall be t'aI
Golden; Dawn. at Morgans' Bazaar and buy some fine Lake View can boast of a novelty in the composed of
Mrs. H. W. *
Epperson, of Lake Butler Orange and Osceola.
r PROF. J. E. DODD I oranges and lemons. Also of shape of as near an imitation of a Russian SHOES .50.
the Hand
( ; am pleased to say was in the city last Sunday and Monday copy The 20th district shall be composed of $ Kangaroo ( Sewed .
.
inryour benefit and the public that we STARKE TELEGRAPH. country home as can be built of pine slabs. 1 Marion and Sumter.

have been using your "Goldeii Dawn" for visiting. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos.E. The Cost of Everybody in Lake View who is able to : The 21st district shall be composed of Ladieswbohvebeen BOOT AND SHOE STORE, "hos made order $3,00". -
Bugg. Ignorance. t
S a lear or more in our family and find it Levy. .
handlea shovel or axe, voluntarily turn I wearing $4 :, :
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excellent for I Ind ..
,, i lost pain and nervousness Absence of knowledge of the fact that The 22d district shall be composed of .
d "We cheeitully recommend it. Don't fail to come up and subscribe for physical and mental weakness out this week to help to put the road to JetT rsoc Shoes, Jndesirin.. Also Complete Line of meg.

led. T. K. MIL\M. 3[ I D. the STAUKE TJCLEGRAPU only I one dollara indigestion Starke in better condition. } S. The 33d district shall be composed of ST
impure Economy. Styte and .
blood and
I Ltcsburs. Fla., March 26, 1867.PROOF. sick headache Lake AlKE,
), J. DOOD: year in advance. It is worth one dollarof can be averted by Dr Ilarter's Iron Tonic, UNGSLEY NOTES. The 24th district shall be composed of Comfort shoulu try a Wome .}lue. Boys and'

!ts, My little sou willie was rurcd right any man's mone) costs millions of money annually for un- Our correspondent W. C. L. is a very .Monroe and Lee. pair of this Celebrated .

iiway,' of chills and lever wilt: youi I certain and unreliable decoctions.To busy mail and we will endeavor to lift The 25th district shall be composed of line of Shoes. | Ladies Shoes come ,nd
& Golden Dawn" AV. A. GEm ER. Prof G. C. Looney and fami'y left on the load for one week. ; .Washington and Calhuun.I French Kid Shee FLORIDA.'hidren .

AncnEit. Fla., Oct. G, 18SG.. Wednesday for their home in Atlanta Ga. the Editor of THE TELEGRAPH: Abe Strickland is beginning to sand I The 26th district shall be composed of ,' i

PROK. DODD:-1 take pleasure in saving Prof. Loor.y has taught a very successful Will you allow us a small space in your his famous Into market and Putnam. $40. 'hem.' .
that your "Golden' Dawn" and pills are pear-fans The 27th district shall be composed of .. L.
r&i jnost excellent. W. W. coTr. school in Starke for the last three j ears. newsy paper for a few remarks concerning finds ready sale and a good price. }[s Manatee and DeSoto. ,

thi Gainesville. Fia., Sept. 18. 1886 Mr. A. W. Berry has been confined at our plact. hotel etc This popl1'arwatering melons are doing well in spite of the The 28th district shall be composed of ML'Engle,4 W. A.. 01jtate .

''IL Prof Dodd's medicines. Golden Dawn, place with a new and commo- act, that some scamps broke ia anI 1 caj'- Volusia. ..
ii;. Dysentary Medicine and Vegetable' Pills his home this week, with sickness, and dious hotel, in the beautiful yallp.10f the n red his best ones. IheSOtU dUtiict shall be composed of : mnuh of: .
will be found on sale at Rivers & Joiner i his Denial countenance i is much missed at Clav':1I1I1 Bak-r. 'lodu ,
Us Santa Fe. nine miles north. of Xcwn. &__ne.__ Mr. Russell of Lake View and Charlie '
.flie hOthi dUtiict
. and J. L. Gaskins drug; stores. Tr'LL, & D.ivis', p n ; shall be composed of
: .. June 4 87-G m open for the reception of lowe, are going to New York City as I latnil Loll. HENRY A. ll'ENCLE, Manager. W. N. BAKER. Ca."

3011 _. .- Mr. J. W. Hodges is laid up for repairs. I. To the over worked or exhausted oon as they are furiiishel ,'i'h health The /ht. dNtrkt shall be composed ofSt. .

U( this week we hope oon to see him out and debilitated its sulphur water will ertificAtes from your worthy mayoMrs. *-. Jrtl.tis. a.KSONV.L E. l L.\.

!I! ; The Reason Why again. We cannot spare him from Lu i- be found not only dcigbtfl1laod exhileratinn Fred Smith and little May enjoyed The oid. district shall be composed ofAlaclnia. ,- __.%___-.r-_.,___.. _- .... -. '
their. visit in Starke. .
025 ness. ;, but strengthing and invigorating.The txc. 3. The Senators elected at the WLL DO A GlSEILVl.* BANKING BUSINESS. D11't)1 T.; RhUElVCO. COM.ECT1OS3- .
IIi L Ayer's Pills are SlO popular is, that Mr. R. Puddy certainly gets there this '
general election in A. O. 1S8-S by the dis- MADE AT USUAL RATES Of i
Read: the w ndveitisement, of Orange surroundings are pleasant and the EXIn.Gr .
: while always reliable as a cathartic nf I year with his melons. Ha takes a lotd ricts t designated by even numbers shall bs A .
College in this issue t'lis is of lh? rive from Xcwnansville, m'erL fine undulating of the elected . .
4.11 medicine, they never leave any ill one delicious fruit to Sturke and for two years and their term t -A----- -- -

r effects. This is because they are purely best schools in the South and we bespeak country of hill and Lain mock Ji3wtey. nearly every day. shall expire at the end of two years from .

3.15 vegetable and entirely free from calomel a. liberal patronage next session. romantic and intcrestiu The bathing is tine a. d our Tiiwtey their commencement Those elected at : .
7.18 other Our little town quite a friends said electiou from districts designated by The Largest Book Store South' 'L
or any dangerous drug. In presents lively as well as home folks enjty the
)Ir. C. C. Powell and family of Rochelie tjil number shall be elected! for a full
7.18 all cases, therefore, whether the patient have been spending the past few appearance now as we have a good many ako. t erm of four yeats. After the s.ud election .

L- be old or young, they mat..Le confidently visitors, among whom, we notice Mr. Rivers Mr, Burton of Chicago, 111., has nt last ti i in 1888 alL Senators, except when vacancies .
weeks in the city visiting old friends and DREW?
2,21) administered. wife and his beautiful Iud accomplished rrivuJ here': His wife and family have are to be l Oiled shall be elected for HORACE .,
. In the Southern and Western States familiar scenes.: four years as long aa this act continues :
daughter, 3Iiss Klla. of Starke. Dr. been hero for about 5 ) ears. Mr. li has inn .
;::00 where derangements of the liver are so A of Lake Butler have come to i force T '
great many men Thomas wife and handsome stay.
S'IO. of I IGIII SEC. BAY :.
Pills have I 4. There shall; be sixl\- Iht 30 ard 61 WEST STREET,
general Ayer's inestimable
. % proved an been on the streets this week, among ::cvile. Mr. Stcnburg and wife, of I II Mr. A. M. Blanoharil is now a Ketic- member of the House of liepreseiilalivts :

, :4.I Berne, N. C.blessing., writes :D. W. Baine, New \\homwenoticedMr. McDonald Levy, Gainesville. Prof ybcits and his little I diet, and his brotherVAil his: captured t o be appuitiiued l amcjiig the several JACKSONVILE, TLA. :

Capt. York Major Hill. Col. HljuJts; II, I son Willie.Wo urex-school w Ir1u,awl all jjoe.im.Airily. counties n. follows! : "
; yjitfff"11 a long time with stomach 'Alaeju shall have two members. :
C. S.
Rffllver troubles. .1 tried various remedies W. Eppersor. and others. had the plensnre of meeting Mr, Baker shall luve line, wember. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- .
but received benefit until I --
)e.i no By the new train schedule the four Charlie Sparkm.in. of Starke wlio: has Bradford shall have two members. TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
L. commenced taking Ayer's Pilla. These paiseuger LAKE SIDE NOTES. BOOK, STATIONERY. PAPER, MUSIC. ,
pills benefited me at once. I took them trains now stop here for dinner. come to see his better half. Brevard hfcll have one member. ,
down in this
No regularly for a few months," and my Things direction areourisiilnsr. Calhoun shall h:ivp one member. All the latest Baok-i Newspapers Periodicals received as soon
If is
This is it should be. otarkc is about anJontwonders what keeping ant a ptlbb anc .
- health was completely restored." as corn looks veil, peaches arc Citrus shall have .ne member. .supplied at publishers list. Mj in complete in every d.
rment
Throughout .New England, next tog mid wa)' between the two extremities: of I'j Bill Rivets out here and why l.. will be in ) People are healthy, everything Clay hail have one member.: antI l Combiuulersrmlaydepefld on Getting prices a low a any Northr cty. All
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lung diseases, Stomach aDd Bowel the line and we have the best eating house such a hurry to return, just ask him when looks favorable for a Columbia shall I I have two niemu hers. ord r rilled promptly 8l..ur.tly..
O. prosperous season. Dade shall Jtnvc have lar ely im-resweil my stoc" BASE BALL GOODS and uow bT
oie member
i meet him how does be like to Ill
:: Complaints are the most prevalent.Dyspepsia without exception.The you nurse. We people of Lake Side have been DcSoto shall have one mem'': ir. CATS 4 HALLS.. BELTS i C4.PS, ASKS, OLOVfiS. and
'. Messrs. Levy McCloud and Miller, all of Duval ev"rythilJ im.l\dlnl the cheapest to the best. My prices are low and special term
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; Railroad Cotnpuny have rebuilt the looking for a visit from the Editor of our shall have two members. prifrom
: ewnan villl'. are spending a few days at Rscambia shall have two members. "il wae or cub buying in quantite
treet crowing over the track on Call St. county paper, but have not seen him yet \elcr
Ln and Constipation are almost universal. '; the Springs enjoying its many pleasures.WORTH Franklyn shall have one member. ,
: I Mr. Gallacher, a practical chemist of which is a great improvment* and will bt JOIfX. wc take great interest in tnir county Gadbdc-n shall have two members. I.IEtoraoe Drs"UKSOSVIlLE

Ui Roxbury, Mass., who was long troubled a great benefit to all who have occasion paler, aud would like the Editor to see Hamilton vhall have two nicinhiera.lieruiarudo /;,\_ FU. .
4. .. INUTOX ITBXES. sliall; have I, _".4 _- ------- .
Inf'mher.
beautiful \
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with Dyspepsia, writ : to cross at his pluce. our and n\m our farms, one -- : : -
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o o.lJi "A friend induced me to try Ayer's Weather is nice and the season very although 1 they are few. IIilNU>rou.rli: .shall have two member, ._PROFESSIONAL CARDSDR.A.L.SCOTT (.fIHlr-llU; 'l'UU .

0. Pills and, after taking one box without The new post office is fitted up in style Holmes hail have one mem er. -- -
We
wish for !
5' good, a settled correspondent MI1'ILODISL'CIIeRUU. .
.. much benefit, I was disposed to quit there t i it a sepcraterooir forM O.BU5mess.Tht' Jackson shall have Iwo members. M., D. '' .
" them; but he urged perseverance, and Our fanners are all! busy. harvesting and would] suggest .Mr H.Lrvy.J.trrt'tt JerTrrson s!!..ll have two meujbcrs.LnF.ieti ; I Seryi's tY,'.). ?tjnsl .y4t II a. m. and

ij before I had finished the second box, I have also painted nice new sign on oats, the crops are good this year. The rain came everything w *getting ha'.l have nu( l1 elnh r. at I i p. in. ilitia-M i.itteiintf 1'q.,4.,y nt

ii i I began to them experience relief. until I continued I had t the out side it looks very well now and is Prof. Shells, :f Gainesville is visiting cry tlr>'. and( HOW, all the crops have Lake shall have two l1wlll t'rs. Late from iliolhigan.1ESIi)1NT I 81). RU. Prayer :ijtjetjirf TtnJr4-Ley: > 1
taking at intervals Lee shall havd one member. *
I used eleven boxes. Suffice it to say, I great: d'allarger and more comfortab I le here for his h allh. akt-u; a new .'.Iart.I Leon shall! l! have two iiienlH.TS. PHYSICIAN ANISEIUJKAX. > p. m,. a .
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s that I am now a well man and grateful than. before. Dr. Thomas and wife also. irnrn I The'-e is a rumor that: we are to. have Levy shall! have one member. I W. H. lUeJROSOPUr.. .
' to which outstrips I ..
chemistry -
!. mine.your" Dr. Stephen 1:. Uhleiu is stopping: at Gainesville paid the Springs a visit List several new settler around Saud) U'uluke Liberty shall hive one ml'mlll'r. '::ncliy S,-hn'>1 a' ,:"V) a. m

ii The head and stomach are always in the Starke tlouse. The Dr. is getting week. Mr. Thomas says ve have the Jjl in the enrly fall.; We hope this iso Madison Manatee thall shall havo haye two members.' J. ('f 1\: I I! .\r SI p '114"ij"c.
one member
01 sympathy ; hence the cause of most of out a book to be cnlled "Yellow Fevci finest summer resort in the State & an.! they may he assured of u welcome. Marion shall have two members. Tories Reasonal.Ic.Office iiuM.J'fIr.'; .. Sc. f f.UM'ii a
which
J so those many distressing especially headaches women are to subject. and its Treatment" which springing ou the Mr. and Mrs. Steenburg, from the Do not fail to send our paper aud come Monroe shill have two memb rs. itt Ga kins Drug Store. : 'cnu t l. ._ -

Ji Mrs. Harriet A. Marble of Poughkeepeie market just at this time will have an same city, spent Saturday and Sundayof while' rualthg ears are Nassau shall have have two members, i 'o at 11 .1. ; } ujuj J at S }p. jij,
N. Y., writes that for she waa p'enty.'o. Orange shall have two members. : I
years
M. D.
the .
I a martyr to headache and never found i immense bale. last week at Springs.Mr. 1. Ooceola shall have one m mbcr. TATE POWEL > Pryer wetinL every Whiittirtq.ii TSorv

a anything to give her more than temporary bilious Charles Sparkman of Statke gave Pasco shall hive one member. Aft ei an yea.rs In 8 p. jn. II. T.\!.WRl>. I>. 1 Pastor; q
Avoid the of 'calomel for
i I relief, until she began takingAyer's use the Springs a call last Tuesday. What Flurlda N.ds. Polk shall have two member. the practice of I lid i>riifa ->i/W haa po Iwtancy iDil.iy S.htttIt. every SsiudiiyIiiouleiuig

in the Pills, since of which perfect she healtb.Ayer's has. been C'Ofl plai a ts. Ajer's C4thaE11C Pills, entirely Mr- W. II. Rivers and fa i ily of Starke "I have been thinking of the prospectsof Putnam shall have two members. in prc.iuuiRg i : t:.c t.l .'sl. and ill'stwieutiftc I ill U. .
enjoyment .
' vegetable have been tested years are here for their health. Florida." said a well known New York St. Johns shall have two members treatment. to those :I..kiug hi I Isricl's. .\. e. II AM [(". ,:lporl tnd iit,
be the bestremedy'for Santa Kosa shall have two members .
and .acknowledged to
Pills layer in the waiting of the Catlt K. :M .
Dr. A. M. Powell of Providence and rllom Sumter shall have one member. Calls; to the country attended.of 1' toW.:6'rl.tt"

torpidity of tlje'livtr,. costive- Dr. Bary and family, spent a few days ton yesterday "and have made up fuy Suwanuee shall have two members. ltsemtsea females! nnd pllptJ.chiHrcu.specialty ; :

PREPARED BY ne;s. and indigestion. mind that something has to be done. Taylor shall. have one member. l'InIY'fJJcuuncI. .
last week) and seemed highly pleas I i ij .
ml pro J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Ma$1. Old Sister Susan U. Anthony says there j with the which! in Tourists, agents are and have been for the Volusia shall have two members. Offlcc at City Dnii Sture. or nt his Scrvi!"-w K/B.cry.ttierSqimd.myat: A
Springs, are now a MATTICfc, L'aior.
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: all Wakulla! Unll havo oue member, residence: in Ea S Slirlr.ATTORNEYATLAW: -
Sold Druggists.
by can be no "rel rust hereafter1' for the first-class and) healthy co nditton. Tat three yearn booming California. New I Walton shall have one member.Washington I I $ jv SvhwJflycrJ' FtpW.sy at'ft:

ly, long winded divine who .vill deliberately I Mr. J, R. Gray is now prepared to accommodate Mexico and vicinity for all and shall have one member./ I COJU.tt-'t-ijnii; ; a. ui.Ul j..p.'itvgr. ,

I inflict a long dry scnnon on his congregation all who desire to visit the more than they are worth. The probablr.1 SKC. 5.11 laws and parts of laws Mu1iintem.Iemit. .

1I these We are offering very low rates of tran-.porta- conflicting \\jtlj this act are hereby re- & NO- .
long dry Sunday. entirely Springs for pleasure or health. and will I pealed. I cun .t'lAY CHUKCH.:
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agree with Sister i .Susan but thanks to a take great pleasure in trying to give satis tion the hotel; offer low rates Itf accommodation .

merciful Providence our preachers dc not I. faction. the Eastern cities and villas I TARY. Ace 1: 525Peter 4: 18.

fiB ONLY nUll showered with luxuriant 'I ST.\lIKE. .\ G, I'. the Past"pr.aehcs at
I are California tor [ ; .
deliver long sermons or dry ones either. Mr, A. G. Cooksey is preparing to erecta LOOK OTJT3I ABSTRACTrfr TITLE and Heal! E Y"ll
HAMPTON .
literature sceuiicselecti.n' abaortn.il :
hall. rare i
IRON I Ayer's Sarsap-irilla operates radically dancing I Compare thl with year pwehMet Uteliwft SpeciAliy. ; mnami&l SI tur-
stories of exuberance ; carl, IH: kwl'filjjRl 111.
tropical1
II a gen
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on the blood, thoroughly cleansing and I I wonder who it js that appreciates A I strarts furnished Miowmcfvi-ry Dtttl,
ui
; eral I (!nal ?.UO; UU .
I kissing so highly. deification of the sunny slopes of the )[ortac., ; Lien. ax .ilc. J JudguieiU. Atlaohment. t- -
*11 invigorating it. As a safe and absolute 1 wonder what it that Pacific. On the other lund what are the and jail matter .f PuhlirReoml l lHeadquarter f F FI sr.trdE .

TONIC 1 cure for the variousdisorders caused by young man was of Florida & tile all ding Titles of Real; hs- J'I ifi'4.ii. at il a. Hi's aii.tL
doing-simply letting c1
people
went to the Spring and forgot to get cl.JJ ftI"ri&
-e.
constitutional taint o: infection this any r------- U, late in Bradford |coimty. Floridup tuibite i .
duv ut 6 ) -
- I things! slide along n. they will. The idea :. p. 1.
r.iMe! water. Abstract..
WIUpv.1rth1LOOD has no Take it this
remedey equal.
$ ..t tr I MAXVILI.E
II of it i U. in my opinion the natives of
JunoaJl I hOB nII 10TH aJI TIc I COUXTY CRACKER.
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of TOOTH 7ppiWai' month.ilr. Florida think that NorthernernjiiNt come forFlUE INSURpresentiiiic I:t.\ t. c cli 3r I J/ord's ilay at 11 a. m. and SatITiy -

0 of EtrengU Apl/O'tl.1U14 1nd11u.OD.LI'J1n1d Y.eJia..I.t- K. Puddy, of Kiugaley, takes the DIu.tldlt to 1orahIty. I here anyway and I if they want to Ci>me I t tIO.! J4vcrj)'sJ'J ,t l.utIU!.:' : ;'*.4h.ftt at f;;iiJ ?. ia.
iIOluel clueol I nn. U4II I Co.
dee tOr and 1':011"."...rc..ice tbe nil..4. I II I cake this season on watermelons: he has An obsever remarks we too frequently j they have got to pay Hie fiddler besides i Gob ._ _L_ -. iWI.; Xf ;
I
.. and imrpli Er.ln' 1'0-_. I brought several to town that weighed i IO'cr notice men about our streets, who ought L ', their car fire.; IVope! are getting ick of J. Ila.IUJ: I':. I each&!b Ir.* tay It 1 L iii. and Saturday

I LA : drUID nAB'll"Jt.rt'I..lr.I.tz.I, from' IJCY Dl''t""h".ID'ES IeIl LL S I If8. 50 UK and one that tipped at 60 lbs I to be gentlemen, engaged in relating {u icro".t1 !; this way of doii: ; businc In my .'pin. p.. 'i Jut!Ice of CaY ('uunlY, before at 1:p. m. .

..N. i7tf*. G-f".clur. "rllt".n". .. ''njr .. j and this entire crop will go over 40 Ibs (composed mostly of our youth,' j iou the climate aud health giving qiitli.ties : I. bride.1o.Ltuc.kt.i'! an.l CHURCH WORSHIP, .
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) .U.w..z.. II not.t"u.ulAtfelt.."'1111."J'- ,. ...1'1tut. '1 .land all this on sand hill. Gentlemen the and in many instances their own children,)l i i j generally of Florid :Ire far ahead; of _P1A4 I W1Ii! !I po \ AT OLNQE DfLEQE.

''I i OtIN T Or._J at2p4eton.Ltc.'r IIATEP LIfP Cc.n .f.:'..1..1":. .!..._"1 :,, povi old sand hill, that you all sneeze at. ia some immoral indecent story of himself( those of Loner California! I have been in I I- I KiugJ; L.. p t" : 1:'('- -1:!. each Ix>i4'. day *l 1 a m- -

-HMdcabc' b.mpl* 110. -.- -J1v1" aJr.' ; hard bciil, bo'h anc\.know wh.it I SlY.Vluit II udru-&t.'dne' a I'. a ;d. PRATER MEETING .
.allMl onrOSIPI at Iwo wM In g.oiisie. I to or the evil propensities of others. places : q
Fur no uta-rro rniri !C en.. 3T. tPu)3.) 4f .\. l_ rt.liJruuIqttM-u.I! t1,1
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( When man so far forgets himself as to Florida needs just BOW i is thrre or four !.I;:;' Saur44 hi ea-t h UJJi.t. each 7
Mr. W D. Adams, while at work .'tt3IdiLt' I I & M. Weneay" ;
I I disregard every sense of morality decency, years of I'l'rpetull boom reduced rates ofi' I. : Ibu. I.. 'v. ,.!.
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\ black smilh shop! on Saturday last .rtap .. .
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I and eif respect, what call:1Y: .expect of the transportation, reduced rate of ncrom- ---- ? .
accidently caudal; his lingeis iu .a cogwheel I : Lake View 63 <'I V. .S .\. ::1. PATENTS.
J un's Pills morals of our children. Yea we :ik,, j modili'in. comhiuatio'i: m i le lietwren co. i L"t: : .1.luurtlI ,
aud m.islied; them so badly l that I 1 Ke.jiit.ir J"liaC'"i.. >
J !I Urs. Powell auth Morton amput.ilcd the whatfl expect of himself, for it is ,.,' the hotel: men and tourisK and all tlitsort --1 S\IU..l.\. u' "'i-si!liw'n1h :,,'it.\. 4

I I I wiitten. : It were better for him to have i a j of I tiling. Money must bu spent, ancll : ;.;{. ". l'r .I: .wr.I'I.. FRNKLIN H: HOUGH ,
end of two. 31r Adams i i-s up and around I RllrrLaSM' //l'II'IIP' 'S Ia..t r.iMP' I
: tI.tH the torpid .".r. ..tr.ngtt I mill stone fixed about his neck. and that I some one must t-peud) the first dollar.: The ..- .- ---
ul"&t'e& e I but they paiu him much at I Iiiiglit. 1 A $TwCTLv V105Vass5Pp.n1u -. :
very of
says Solicitor mericao and Fungi
..tb.dhr".weora'.u..r..1a. and are nnc
_ _ _ I this .l !Icl r .. I : "
I even one of these little ones glorimis cli'nate! son's mu ('lIJU'I O5ct0i.vTiumn4 :u. 1. Ft.\-.lu.l -Patents

ANTI-BSL10U3! S DCHE! i It is reported that the bridge over the J I We hope that the Uwve may stive as a"-l I posed, of the otg y groves, novi-N mut I I I. Dn.c0 I Fires tj ntlttl!! ll': 'al'3! :itt-t.. 5FST&m.N.W., .. -'

la..I.rlo' dh'r'.t<4 'heir Tiring.. i i S'oullnle in the oilier end of ie!| county warning, if possible, to such degradation.I'ariimr I' he \\rjiten lui-ijritiij; In th<- fact lust Florfj: I j ." ,., U.a i at theirV JTrausiun ". Sr:". Vli.II.\- ; j;, W 4r U. 8. Patent Office. WASH15QTON.D.C.l'er.onai .
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.tleIJ'rOl"n''H sP' rV"oI&tee "Im\ il.i.J to tile preparat anpcosooqtion
Itarproperliw In .r.tJ..c i was Lurn<,1! on last Thursday night. The I --\VllU- Birdie. j da N tilt best I fi-h'uf :and !huiiiisiij section i .\= .' attention of applications tf T a for Letter Patent. .
froiR ).I.jutv HE& : in the : iltI'4 'lie d"ne PHILADELPHIA.OHEDolUr at n'l .
thai 1 9ll1on. : burn country .dvt-riiijiig ; | S/.n! Jib231Iea before the U. 8.: Patent Office Lie '
is to bridge
who enough a
:, ".. b..,11I..11. rlr.A & nun mean I "It aintev'rybody I'd trust my littlo -('ali! frii.t Ins im fea-Kle u ii"!.>rt like llsse j Iendad to for moderate f ecu. When patent I*
> lo be to the full extent of =- i Vu.AM LAEtI, .a drawing of your In ZnOoSS.e'* ,
ought punished
old Sh In to the of-riniidi hc, i i4 farihrr she can- .
said ;
Sold E ryw here. ::d to, Farwr her ; way I Chief ft't'.d4 aDd add will be published to the
NflW' York I! the law, it is su picioned who thc guilty lova-loru younjr gf. nger wu! ) bad b lift be rraclu-.l all t'ltsilI.!I.) b.at; In't I It : I I I_-.gh.-_ _-__--. I FOU UJJJte mama a Psi&0IQ&e Oavtte. a paper of .

-UfilC4 .1-1 3j : ft., parties are and they mo cnu-fully watched with Miss Sally Skinner, t fail. sitf! has no ailvaiitaieover Florida. i As you Tito bea. pubapa his,eut eachpackig. I iflJaY. L.q, II I. J ImmelaM cuc aid the oor/ *per the; 4
-- I come enamored I tell you lb .1 we have_ It..f I. l boom I Ii .u4 be LJ7! 32'2tb .. SCII o. IJ e..rr 1... I this fren. r 7
.10 writs and if caught they will nol bIthe 1 her from the loving Z *- A* fuH tI1s _. petff.No: ia the Unltlld* StatM poMeaseur
are PaT ""' fir4 aud wi Ued to carry 5ho1lcbe.. 11-11 fact and theriHI nght itt ')Id FeLl. Agency
_C(:0..r".nC.o.ID.II.' 1f'Lt.1 j tiling- .is they I Ii oa trout of Wr pp r. sad M Hi* Mdeth. all. Hor facUitfc for obMinln*patents,or aster,
G 0 OT T nH. f..L tnh.ifitJd'I .Iu.1 I'I i i pleasure of rrbui'ding this bridge at ears aud &halter of th home ntrt. The 1 i spread! them "l.ruadcast: "Timts all that! seal and dcitMor of t H* z.aaa a ( Tllict? t"jii4 t.rhcuI taming lb.-pi&eiitabdity of 1.at.fltLCQt4ce -

,........d ".."' da,.. b... j I Thii bridge wa ab>iui ;(.K> fteJOJg and I .ltUI gait." who was riv feet pleveit in- Fl uid.i; i1l'ujHulclC'WII.} Jackjuu-' &as Iii th4 above(ac.liIDi1e. a.-bIr thC1'9 1 I t C It1A. ": 1 rl"E f.TI014i : of patenTs 'Med for 3}enq ejo ,
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_. : SI 00 It A4SO $ oo ftlOffitTOO-$9M Tannin for Ingrowing ToNat Cl backache. \

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IV ,400t 800{;sou WOO PLEASANT 'LITERATURE FOR concentrated solution:(an oun of In the lIs soothing I OLD
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T4.:4: READERS. closets
t ii ooMDC W' (00<* MOO are ,
:-4' : June drachms of \cater with I "internal fever : .; i ::0'c- \.1iit ""t.! it
o oo O( SO 00 y ooSi pure a gentle to conden WORST PAIXS Svgz
oulceratiofl._ TITK U fNn -.
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: s *"Ten cent a line for ft*-flnt and five cent for Becoming Famous Late in Life. heat) most be painted'onthe, soft pa I accumulate in GALL.LRDO, a ;! 1iI ,. twenty .Inee'..111. ..Nat ane brar ".

Ir.4 Mch *abr.4nent inioftion.p Very few women distinguished in twice a day. Two cases recently no when one I. who was -4 HIRE *nHfuF"i WIT VA i5J". \;,

cl l rate for Urn* drerUacmecU npoa ppll-. !literature have attained fame before pain nor lameness after the first application uses all ) his release. STEM
c ration at the officer reaching up .
the prime of life. George Eliot and went .about their work immediately vantage; but 1 I I "Pellet! ir 1 01I BOWEL COMPLAINTSIt

,, ( -x 8UBSCBIPTION 'RATES. 38 when her first story was \a \vhich they could not do before. not speak ( : ) f will la a few momenta,when taken umntOtog to .
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publshed. sour s 37.50 dlr ctJon". cure Cramp Hparaw. Sonr -
After about three atonuoh
On .. f. Elizabeth weeks of this treatment and Sick Hnda'be, Summer
ye r. i.l 60 Browning-37 mnagem By druggists. Hcnrthnrn Complaint. ;';i
btx month- 75A'.l married-produced her best the nail had grown to its proper moths I D)tarrhc', Dysenterr. Colic wind la the BowelZ.D .
work after harbr lOOOO sets of for all other Internal Pains. ,
) wb triptlon ronft bo paid InvarlaVr In adh er marriage. Mrs. Stowe's "Uncle length and breadth, and the cure was I far been sold. 4A3m a .4.
Taoce. I e dltcrimination in carts IN ITS VARIOUS FORM
favor of MALARIA
anybody.Commnnlcatloci No other of CURED
Tom" complete. treatment .
any old .
was not published till the author LOISETTE 4to, "
j upon all matter of local In'.er- wa-i 39, and Miss Alcott's first other kind was used, though formerly Iintroduced over summer :i '. r; Zr?. AND PREVEMTE8L -
cit solicited from all part of the county. noteworthy lint under the ingrowing edgein There it not a remedial went In the.-td tb th
abundant Famous 3 r
tory was published when was 37. uses will cure Fever and Ague and all other -
II. II. such cascs.-Eriei3lt Medical be Ills I UPRIGHT piANOS B> forts and other fevrn. aided br KAIXWA Y'S' .
was hardly known in literatureuntil Journal can put. !!
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'Si I Genernipsrect.ru.t nnnted P II.I.!. 110 quick. KADWAk'L4Dy ;1
,----,- after she was 40. These facts should sickness. during new.mode of piano constructIon| KKMEF. : .
U5TTED STATES OFFICERS. be consoling to ambitious Tea Leaves for Burns.1 aprons and y 9. On that .t Hamlin in 1882 has been foil*proved, n. R. K. not only cures the patient seized with C, l"f; -
young writer A subscriber 'i I would like of five it tb "gre t- larla.but If people expose to the Malarial ;:
EXATOB whose says: al. over it excellent experts pronouncing take 3Oir drop.otEi .
*: manuscripts are "returned with L put of iOO students. wW wry morning 38 jr f
1 Hon. Chaa. W. Jones,Penracola.Don. thanks." readers of the Hwwehold. Jro prove'the usefulness for dusters. i I to a class ) made in pianos of the ttnry.M R elipt In water and( say a cracker.before goto* '.4'-

Wllklnnon Call,Ja.cJuotlTile. of tea lives .applied to burns, not prints for I of ; ;; For full information, send for Catal. onto they instantly will pre relieve ent attacks.It and soon cnre. Cold*. Sor* -L t-

? : JEJEIDT.TTE The Maid of the Valley. only on account of their soothing properties is cheap and I he. law cave student.the k RAm.IN OEGAN AND PUNO CO.. ThroAt.ami Bronchitis.Pleartny.Inflammations whether Stiff Neck.of the Langs aH Conceavtluns KJd.nis IF".:

Fir Dltrlc-Iod IT. M. DatUson, Qclncy-! but on accout. of thcir'tijteing so enough when I to tfX lady 1aS414thZ or 1k wd.t. S of.
.; Charles Dougherty, Tort is Ellen Callahan, of Sierra County, readily obtained. Slid states that it has Mass., and May Tsnoat at. IIZTtC3L 45
i knit und I
Orangfl female I the HHEUMATISM NEURALGIA
\ at
stock-raiser ,
is known the ,
r. t. CIRCUIT COVHT: : "Maid of the as been tried rcpeatedl/in her family, and sizes. There I he is always O.A.E.LA }Headache ToothacheWeakne s or Pain hi the Back .
Her II
V 4 : Fifth Judicial Circuit-lo.W. K Wood, At Va1ey. possessions I most successfulv. A poultice is made of odds ends I noon of every i nV vrwmm Nursed of Chefct or Limbs by one application. .
lanta,Oa., are valued at $10,000. Her age wcd not 3 and through his
assigned. tea them with
Curt y softening warm the i .the most f my cents boillc. by druggist
know and seh'c' HORlES. per Mjild
Von should
A. New Circuit mention it
lon. Orleac.L She not i we water and applying.while yet warm upon once begins in regard io

; It. M. Call,Jacksonville U. S. Attorney Northern dirt weighs pounds, wear I cotton wool over the entire burned BurI they will be matter that Mares
I Broou
.4 DItret false teeth nor. hair; she has..a a L face.. The suffering of the patient is re- the afternoon 200 Imported DR. RADWAY'SSARSAPMU&N i
% Mar ba!,Nonhcrn District. I the spring the evening g o
good healthy complexion and blue I CnoioeatP.4jeL
Walter eyes. lieved almost' Ifte magic, and he falls 1 home the
Philip n. C. Wilron, Tallafcatree bune.
.4 JaCbol"it She would makb a' good match i in I ( He endures LARGE NUIE1LS, RESOL7HT !
into
; F.e UnmpheII,letlp&ola( 1erk North* a quiet sleep.. The application is
necessitated
era mil rlCL I I marriage for a middle-aged man with 1 made again in"the course of a few hours : his work and ( All Ages bolt Sexes The Great Blood Puriflsrk
: TERM*-NORTH EKN D1CTRIOT! muscle cultivated to work 'and i is INSTO K. '
i .it nil heaith. He :
)
jf necessary. The leaves discolor the For cur of all chronic dleasei. Scrofula. Bt*>l
r Jacksonville' ,firtt Monday In December. our opinion that none others need 1 Egg : id the best time Taints..syphilitic Complaints, Conauraptlon Olaatnlsr -
: skin somewhat, but relieve the acute sen- I !, it Is Ulcers.Chronic RaeumatNni.,
Disease. Eryjthelna.
Talahaleelnt Mondyn Eebrarl. and cool them : ( -
Dudes
i: :1 1cnala, l March apply. would not, we believe, be! j sitiveness.-Detroit Tri'uneI tery ot the .Kidney Bladder and Liver Complaint Or*
) noticed a candidates for the matrimonial''[ I'i I fully and le ; Drlsia.A.tectlon of the Lungs and Throat purtdji
!
u.s. nIaTrncfcovRT-corthcrc Diitrict : I one the Blood restoring health an. vl"oc .
any
4 Hon. Thos. Pet'le, Jndgc. hand of Miss Callahan. She can harness! Treatment For Dandruff three told by Dralnrl,". 91 per Dottle.RADWAY'S .
It. M. Call. JackonvUle., team, break wild horses run a mower i'' light and roll Wonderful -
catonvle Attorney. I ,,i A correspondent about I hem. wa )
W. C. Kird,.ack.nlvl.-, Marshal. feed the stock, or do any kind of work: ; treatment for inquires There twp theI I II salt, pepper Washtn \
Philip are
Jerk, Eastern
-Ion. Jaeken'Ie Dl.a on a ranch.-Sierra JTer. Leader dandruf. dry fry in Hest in the
( ) =
rily j principal forms and they : : PILLSThe
D. C.' ji desired TIe Nat.onai -
Clerk
'U.onT.1ahn.et. Middle] PirUIon. any
'zk- F. C. ., cnulcola Clerk, Western Dl- A Novel i| require quite thi ffrcnt'tieatmcnL From pish the dish easiesL to use Great Liver and Slo.Tnsh! Re-B3l/ .
Wedding Trip.
:1 Tiilon.Kaftern !
the should .
description given we judge for Catarrh.
.
4-, Tln1S: Two weeks ago, writes the Xew York the disease to be what. the .dotors call Stuffed Eg For the.cnre Kldneyn.of all Blauder.worder"N.of ryons the Disease Stim-tra Femal TJr9fBoweln. .

;.- December..Middle .Dlvlllon-lck.onvie.l.t Monday In correspondent of the Philadelphia Pre**,,, : pityriasis. a the face is also dry and peeled and cut iac taS4a. c.niplHinU. Lima of Appetite Headache. Con ; ,
LI.! tl- CostiTenen Indigestion. Fertr.
Dlrklon-Tallabauiee, Cret Monday in abicycle was seen leaning against a little ': scaly. The treatment i this case is to the yolk, fill i A Good FrancP.all to 0100 roocorded UIPORTED wltheztf'nded A JM'II1 ref'Sln the I IntUmm.ition n. of the Howola. Piles UillrnjneM.and alt daranwn.pit
,_ February. I of which I'evrhcrofl Is thu?nly draft ol the Intern.U Viicsnu Pu..lv ye euble.eontainioK -
stone church up-town. A tricycle stood[ wash the head well or three times a part Stllli nooks. The
\Vritern Division-renfeco1!*, fint Monday in I of hAil the I no mercnry.mineral or deleterious .
March. _ by its side, and fifteen more bicycles j' week with a solution of borax and ammonia meat. .Now" i i to good health and S5Sssag.by- n-.; PERFECT DlUCSTION avlil Le acomplIsbe4
were stacked on the church The water in water. When the skin mini cracker dl owing to the for l: by taking one of Badway's -
STATE green. '. ., PH!'every morning.about 10 o'clock as a dlanu
\ Gen'crnor-FAw.rd A.O'FICEns Perr T&labasce. owner of the vehicles were attending the ': seems dry, tense and glstening. it is best Serve with r effect of of the the Wayne, DuPage Co.tfMi* pHL By BO clolnjfSICK

Attorney-General-J |* ,Tllaba"e marriage of a wheelman and wheclwoinan to discontinue the wlh. an oint- Made Dish Is a wonderful : HEADACHE

: see.L. Secretary. of State-John L lrawfor Tah. inside. Presently out came the bride and l nicnt consisting of equal parts of zinc hard-boiled I toning the L. DOUGLAS ,

-. Comptroller D. Barn<>", Tallabasr groom, both in fresh club colors, and I I'I' ointment may Il applied a very little at layers a p system. Now Is Dyspepsl! the food'Foul that Stomt1'b.Is eaten BilIousness contributes will be nourishing avoi44am

Trrajmrer-E. 8. Cml,'Ialahnf.e. whedel away on their marriage trip for a time, once a il-iv, to the scalp and skin. S each grated SHOE. prup"rth'a for the support of the natural waste of ,
Adjutant-Genet .), 'bode.rwObs..rve.
-- tile
4; Cooimj fioner Lands and ,Immigration@ L. spin. It would have looked I :, This wi usually effect a cure, though it When the fchoa in the the following ymptom r. suiting from'dleane
Mitchell. TalUhacrec. more sociable to the if continue the of white bent "f the Digestive Organ*:Constipation.Inward
ordinary to
they use -
sauce ,
may .
eye necessary taken HooPs Sar Best uwtenalstylis i ,
Head
I I I'll." Fullness of the Blood In the Acidity of
Superintendent, i'liblic Instructions-A.J. Kcsteli had ridden a tandem, but the time may somesimple! lubricant for a timeafterthe tablespoon ;; cared me of a very fit;Oonftress, ,Button ,O Ihc M'.mach. Sauce Heartburn. Disgust of Food,.
alI :oe.t<
'alahape of Immigration A. Robinson come in the course of their partnership I disease i has ceased( -mutton tallow is brown in the I also gave It $0 ;or $6 tylel t &ni>e. tosta juals /<' c SInkIng Hillness or or Fluttering Weight inthestomaeh.SOUr**f the Heart.ChokIng Eructation or SllfTision /_

..,. Talaauee when their steeds will suit each other's better for this purpose than the vaseline. | Buttered appetite; but examine thPiii e,'S>V S g4 caUnjCI'usatlonll wbt'n IylnlrJlOflIUre.lJtmne..ot
:- .. tlTRKXE COURT. wonderfully, and dealer's. I semi ', V .Pots or\'t'hA before the SlJcht.'e"t'rand Dull .
paces better than now. The tricycle will I Three drops ot Fowler'solution after )f milk in I free .. Pain In Ihe Head.nceny! of PerspirationYellow- -
: : Chief a
tlii .
JUftce-c. O. McWhorter, TaUah""e. be ridden this ; to obtain tliesa ;% nr"".,f the Skin antl Ey..l'aln In tbt'Slde.Cbe"I.IJmbt
summer much each meal in little will hasten ._
Alfoiate Geo. P. Kaney, ;: more ex- I a water )ne egg 12 Van Horn .!$3 Slioea a-J.1 Sudden Flushes of Heat. Burning In the* esJ .
: I l Van Valkenbargh,Jackjonvllle. & tcnsively by women than has been the the result, but care must be taken in jiixture dealer di>e, .. .few.1ow-iof UAIIWAV'H HIM. wit free

7.- PUBLIC UND -.U. 8. Lands. case in any year before. For one thing, :i using this drg as it i is a poison containing :nove from the ; the 1 S HIP Price nvstfni 3 of cents all the per above box. named Sold by disorders.all druzxlsU.r7Seid .

i;:. _Land. ofiloc, Galneiyille-S. C. Tucker, the machine is an expensive foible andit arsenic, we hesitate to reconv ind pour it say Hood's .. a letter stamp toDR. RADWAV

LAND Re&.te. has taken it some time to make itswa.y. mend its use for this reason. With the with used. Last I ,. ('0.. Xo..Ti Warren 'treet. Sew York, for

Land IT."I L. Mitchell I it i is heavier than the bicycle,, other form of dandruff different course. Sprinkle I work I did fatigued Shoe equaU $3 PlmOT a ofce Talahuee-C. I serving. VHK SUItE TO GET tAD"\r .
Com ..
Boys all wear W. I Donfrlas1 $'i ifioe.f
r too, a little unfair to the weaker must be I : Hood's
sex pusucl.-.l&my Pres. Pickled ,fraud. Xime yrnmne unless name and prtct
TY OFFICERS. in handicapping it at the start in point of as much in a day on bottom nfrnrh fhoe.W. Ba
cOt .juart vinegar My appetite is I L. DOUGLAS, Brockton Mas 0ngiDaI
: speed. In spite of these disadvantages A Cure for Colic. | \ ca"s
"Connty Jnde-J. R. Richard. j dozen Atlantic City N. J.
Clerk of Circuit Court-11. F. York however-and they are not nearly so noticeable -j j I A doctor says in the AlbanyPress: : Itisn't allspice .. '9 as a"'t.LITTLEuv

1 Sheriff Af-'e U.>! \ Epprl."ax as in the lumbering things that I; i every household which holds a babythat jne tablespoon dozen r JOjIESPAYSthfp PLLLET* a .\" LIVERPILLS.

S t S. Tax Collector-B. llaynes.Snperlntendent went by the same name a half-dozen : knows how to treat it when it has ihelled)ne I All druggist $1; ElCHT e,' e"t5 .
and
of Schools-!?. T. Howling- years ago-the tricyde.anr especially the j the col?. Don't resort to an opiate, par- ) 4 CO.. \ 5 Ton Wagon Scalp*. :
County Survcyo-Jtihn P. Pratt. To Boil Tron l.f.rr. Brill BEIEAREOPIM1ATZOSS. ALWAYS
Su-el Bearing
S : County ('ommlllone'I-L Wttkorskl, O. \V. improved husbandand egoric, soothing syrup, or anything containing I Doses Tare n.*.and B.am 80. for ASK FOR 1)R. PIERCE' PELLETS, OJt
., .' McKlpne"!, !. S. And.\rg and wife or lover and lass to ride to chI'I opium, which, though temporarily .vatcr require ; 800.I LITTLE SUGAR-COATED PILLS. _

4L__ __ er, is gaining ground rapidly, and Mr. ] relieving the : binds the bowels.: boiling water a ( Kr.rr iti .
.. .. ...: .CIY"FFCEHS. and Mrs. Pcnncll will find imitatnrs Make the feet pain hot :old water .er.tloo thi p"pr nI artdrmJOKES Bciii? entirely vegetable they operate -
many warm by cloths by OF BINQHMTOII.
-
; Rochester N. without disturoance to the system,diet, ..
:. Mayor-T. A. Knt'ht.S. in their vacation trips on the wheel'! bags or bottles of hot water, or holding Begins to ) -For six I flINHIAMTON.N-- -YPercheron- or occupation.. Put up in glass rials, hermetically
Mar.hII-E. I 1) \\ all. Tricycling is an exercise that r them near the tire. Apply warmth to: 'longer cooking.Roasted : : nled. Always fresh and reliable. At
4 ( .ork .IL, S with I a laxative, alterative, "
I. >akrain. Neuralgic or purgative
| ,
:- Trenr.rfl. U.Jon.' a special dress. Nobody who has been I the abdomen by gentle rubbing with the E these little Pellets give tho moat perfect

-5'. ttY-Altorlly-. Wills.! through the dusty and oily experiencesof essence ((1. e. the tincture) of ginger, by .gg with a pin at times in Horses. satisfaction. -
Aldjrmpniolin C J. M. Traby, wheel life will think of hot olace in hot She had \' large andtoek 'C'mr.let8
Tat disputing! spice-bags by a light or : .
Powcn plate '
,J. M. John. D. smul of Imported oral_
L Anrr. that fact. The worn bv the tin heated in ifteen minutes at a time SICK HEADACHE -:
_._ : gown expe- the wrapped inannel. lion"allli lIIaplI..5. !5.gPR.
---- ,
: FIFTEEN -- rienceil is always of a medium-weight fl Sometimes a sitz-lmn in waters shell like ( pains. We 'warded. Over myhorsen; 5 prizes In

or twenty thousand dollari woolen material, and in ninety-nine cases hot as can be borne is of value. Internally unless pricked. fouud 'our yrars. AH ntal- BilIous Headache,
.t .
seems a large sum to spend for out of hundred is months she _ lionsguar.inteilbree yearly a quiet and uncoil-j I may be given every fifteen or Egg Kolls. >. 1111.1.1,00 I stock Indigestion -

; telegraphic tolls, and yet thero are no spicuous: in color. Englishwomen choose !i thirty minutesif necessary (all medicines in two quarts ; and she recorded 1'er-\1 with TOI psdinreehi Owl HUlou.4uaelu.lI.Ddnll
dprangemfljxts the
of stoma
less than almost without exception a flannel or I' are to be discontinued in ailment I and feels as b"k! I Lruarantco to -
twenty firms to
i Chicago who every very light, I __ M-l! flrst .-las iStwfc as h and bowels,are promptly -
pay that amount of merino combination of ordinary walking a soon as can be), 1-4 to teaspoonful Beat in the recommend I low i.r lower than any relieved and permanently ,
money every year l length, with overdress made as simple aspossible I of of the mixtures in with In the U.S. Station Knsinore.onfeoutheraJOHN cured by the use of Dr.
one Neuralgia
following a? well mixed *
.t'r IU K. Fierce Pleasant .
for the nse of -vire between W.AKIN. PurgatIve Pellets.In
a this f."i.
city loose trousers to match the hot water as can be borne: u. HUN 36. __ ieipjol.. \ explanation of the remedial power of these

: and New York alone, says the Chicago dre,s in color black woolen stockings No. l-Strong catnip ta, 2 tablespoonfuls; Hints very Pellets over so great a variety of diseases .

.A' News. These are mostly! broker Norfolk jacket straw hat a club ribbon, Tincture of asaftatida. 10 drops; Tissue or DR. HAIR'SH.ts : the may system truthfully is universal be said that not their a gland action or tissue upon "

: whose business demands and a free and substantial walking boot. Sugar-syrup. :tablespoonfuls; t'Hcap'inlt their sanative influence. Sold by

speedy communication American women, as a rule, have not yet I Tincture of ginger, 1 drops. polishing glass druggists 25 cents a vial. ManufactufC* yia "._ _

between buyers and sellers as a-Iopted the trousers, but wear a skirt of So 2.-Aronmtif spirits of ammonia, 1: A bit of soda : and 'M Chemical DICA.ASSOCIATION Laboratory of,WORLD'S Buffalo, N.DispEsaUr Y. d

in Chicago and tho different The drop; of an aching ab o'.uteiy! elll"c'.lleIJl'oJ or lljnin't -
cut. dress
S great market on slightly used of peppermint, 10 drops; U R E *, TIC: only .tsthnajurejnl I.
the New York stock exchange. Ten by women riders in Central Park this Glycerine, 1 desertspocnful: Egg shells I I that--will positively.1 reatii; -iu known ruun'ntlTcuts to tln. nelleal

years .ago the ordinary spring shows a skirt without back drap- Aniseed-water, :tablespoonfula. bottles I :-I was ) j J liny t>-vtr. Lmiuoscionabie .en"'d..1b. REWARD
telegraphic foun.1 In $500is
but ornamented the my i 4 page 'I n-atiij" win jrce. \
; communication l pcry, as wearer'sfancy them quickly.The I PanWs I j It. \V. II.VIItivi;$ \V4tatnemtI.O. -
between
tho
two cities chooses in front. For lengthit ,.
The: Drought of 1813.i juice of
': sufficed, but a it frequently took half i is like the usual promenade'dress i'i doctors HERBRASttR .. offered by the manufacturers -
: water, to bo S s': of Dr.
Sage's Catarrh
From the
an hour to deliver but has a slope of about three I unpublished letters of Jeffer
S a message on the I' cure a sick the :$ Remedy, for a case of
z stock inches behind to prevent lifting by the ton, appearing in the ixmthern Bitouar, I remedy I -S ft' Chronic Nasal Catarrh which
exchango, even when a broker'sorders raddle at the back. For headgear" one j I the following description of the drought Paper will I relief. I WHEEL .: they cannot cure.SI1L'TOMS .

;; which wcro given the prefers. hou1 choose a .j of 1S13 is taken: i washed in a cured. I OF CATAItnil.-DuH.

ence over everything, it o same smal a light-weight< or on cap along j i "From the fork of James Hi.erand tli3 of glue to a i,-!till'-tl.in reir: of ii"vcr axle.rattles prpvl'nt"aol loavesnle 1I..I>nt.4 from full -heavy headache, obstruction of the nasal

;: was.ecsa l falls.of other rivers and I Peach leaves I 'Ih. Heforj joii tiny a l>',<;'v ,pnt for free ,passages discharges falling from the head
; to upward twardly -
find some means of almost trip ora parade a ventilated h lmet. we' away; so h'ct .l-fw.-rihn! this \altialil imf r<,ve'pcnt.I : into th* throat, sometimes profuse, watery,
4 instantaneous Kid gloves arc out of order. Silk and we have had: the most calamitous applied to a j my laundry and acrijK at others,thick tenacious, mucous,

$ f might decline communication. Stocks l lnel or lisle thread are" the only :' year ever seen since Ii:;;. It began with nail or a simple I I suffering, for :I. HtRSBAHD CO.,_Fremot, 0: 'purulent weaft. watery, bloody,and and inflamed putrid; there; the is eyes ringing are

'z or advance several things allowed on the wheel For hnder- I rtlie blockade, so that the fine crops of relief. j ellt Merchant only; wanted !n,-vi ry to"I.IJr in the ear*, deafness, hacking or coughing to

5 points between the time an \\ ':\the same rules thft govern the.at.'I the last year made in these upper parts, I I Cayenne MRS. l .; ."I/ i clear matter the, together throat,with expectoration of offensive
: order i ing hold flannel w hich could not be at market till after' 1 rI'. it .,, ,::;,7/1"/11.r" < scabs from ulcers; the
was telegraphed here and received dress next the. skin I, where ants ,' .. 'f. :," /J f voice is changed and has a nasal twang; thei**
:k on Wall street. In 1878 J. corset or crinoline, ani as few as Christmas, were shut up by that and lost away. The a } 'I '; breath IB offensive; smell and taste are im
T. paired; there is
be. I their.sale. After keeping flour till I a sensation of dizziness,with.A
:.r Lester & Co. in may my for mice. la..t I-t..Ie| .. mental depression, a backing "*
. put a wire from their I the of the harvest I :-T had been ,. o a I .1'lInt'h" 5-' .11'114 cough and general -
approach new ; In jcsieril.i( I debility.
W1k I To keep ,. ivji o it o. them for h\lf a .LIT Only a few of the above-named
oLco to the Western Union TelegraphCompany's Fashion Notes.llttlies obliged to sel it, lest it it would spoil some time and l to I call cu Ili<; (.eie.-.i.. r l air 'n* of symptoms are likely to be present in any ne
,, 'n after cleaning \ tl : relent a riot. l'a\i .: : case. Thousands
?1 9 : get. 1C""f: >-il of cases annually without
; Building and leased from are decidedly in fashion. I my hands, a price which netted me a cloth with a I at the ))'. p.L.: ).:!:. Net.. manifesting half of the above symptoms re-
only forty-seven cenfs bushel for It. \\_. TA>sIMJt CO., suit in
ty that corporation a wire to New York Horsehair a my wipe the I of your I _- -CHicnco.IJU. consumption, and end in the grave.
s, bonnets are a novelty. '. wheat, of course a total sacrifice. In the : I I relief and \VIMI.S'- No disease is so common, more deceptive and
for which the sum of V I but evenly, oil dangerous, or less understood by phj sicians. .
$25,0 was to b Wraps for summer woar are rich in year 175o it never rained from Apri to I given it a LES' Indian Pile Ointment! Uy its uuld,soothing and healing properties.
i .. paid annually. This didn't include the j jets. !i :November. There was not enough I Vinegar is it to all will curd any case <: Dr. Sage Catarrh Remedy cures the worst

af .. V wages of operators which amounted Necklaces are very little warn nowa- to"eat, and many died of famine.( This j(i fish. By- 'I .. .I..t'dinlt.ciitt: ': (t'le'f'I'upeJ:t'\I ',T..tJ or l'rolt'UeJinll. kriparott eaeesof Coryza.and Catarrh Catarrhal, "cold in the head"
; a'"II'' '. lPhy, Eleadache.
t fish it will ) lcla,1s'
L I
days. i year in these regions we have had for fr | jar.* fj exprt'ooII. are- Sold by
S $2,500 more. Thescheme: was a big upper : hot I II I druggist VJ.3U.. ) ITireper nox. 14)e.and ?<;. S'JIJ druggists everywhere; 50 cents.

one, but soon paid enormously. Speculators Lace insertion and ribbon dresses are. : not tembsr a single 20th rain five from Apri 14th to Sep- 'j I I very In flavor under $.no. other. I ..lsts.'or. mall..tl''. .lit.'oujpct-ipt(: ct). ('IPH'll1l1d.of price by the Obio. Untold Agony from Catarrh/*

,
except a slighthower
S' R saw the advantage of having diT now very fashionable. I s in May. The wheat was killed I I Put pure I Medicine Co., T CT" "VI' T S 01)taln-d.Inventors' WuMe.Send stamp to of Prof.Ithaca W.N.HACSNER.Y, the famous mesmerist,

S red communication with Wall street l The and fashionable waist is extravagantly : 1 by. the drought as dead as the leaves of t I bottle with __ N" (. Patent: Lawyer .-\ \a.iLingtu.. U. C. L.lJi-tj I suffered untold writes agony: "Some from chronic ten years nasal ago

and other brokerage firms long idiotically tight. I N the trees now are. The stems fell before pose it to the "' :[ i n'' II* l'OI.UUF. :f>1"1; lel'hla.- -T.-r us- cat-jrrh. My family.pbysician gave me up as
were sooncompelled Blouse waists v$10.111''' 0i t&irLiIsi5Wrre; "or incurable and said I must die. My case was
meets with
to lease 'wires much favorfrom 1 the scythe without being cut, and the i then pour off .. el"t."l1.nr'l.- such a bud. one, that every day, towards sun
or stop contending both ladies and misses. 1 l little grain in the on the 1 suit is a Urunnie-Bowels PlIrity l5Iood.DrBfrls set, my voice would become so hoarse I could
lad .
shatt'ret boxes.
o
; 1.
S. :Tj.. for- b sine s Then the Baltimore The peren nial Scotch tartan braids have, I grounI From acres so here I nor corrode. mail prepul.l. .". liti1t.5. Wakhingtoj of UruKKiBts N.J.: my barely coughing speak above and clearing a whisper.of Jn throat the morning

and OJi!.Line came and made their J in bushels three 1 I fine machinery almost my would
i leased again appearance. i i tt'e notgot 1,500 not strangle me. Dy the use of Dr.Sage's

:_ S )IIt. wies'for $20,000 a year nnd the West Turbanl remain in favor for city t times the seed. Our corn has suffered I VITALITY man Catairh, and Remedy the cure, in has three been months I was"a well
"V equally. From 270' acres plantedand ,, Mr. H. Carl, 139 Bile Indigestion: permanent.
it era Union met the The Baltimore streets and for traveling hats. 1 1I J IMiri
:t : which in I says: "My : only rk Constantly
would MedicalW
t common have Hawking and .
-'i. t.'I Spitting.
"Ca T'I't for
is
and Ohio-cut the
but tho othei I Audacity most marked charac-i i i: Jacobs Oil cared Yang
o. $15,0. yielded from 800 to (000 barrels I shall THOMAS J. Rrsnoc
tfristic of the season's ha'l rheumatism and MidcU Esq. ZX>3 Pine Street,
millinery. .Agel Men. St. Louts. Mo., **
corporation wouldn't stand the reduction l not get a barrel an acre, and a grat pq'rtion Jacobs Oil.cured from writes: 1 was a great sufferer

and the price for Baltimore and Crownlfss'bonnet worn like the old.' of that will be what are caHed nub-'S feced: since." ; IJ.S hardly catarrh breathe for, and three was years.constantly At times hawking I could

Oho wires Vent'to fashioned dress, arc favorites... I i ins, being half-formed earswith little .1 1 j A CITIZEN of I C/EN and could spitting, and for the last eight months
per JS not
year, breathe
$18.00 Artificial: flowers neverlook in the j| 1 jrrHEn wi th m. Corn consequently starts: that used to through the nostrils. I

., which is now. charged on all new contracts hair unless that' and. the comlleXIOlure'n'l 'j j j, with us three and 1 third: dollars,. and I j'. locked Once the up family in the I $ :: ;; ;: : fly thought, I was nothing advised could to try be done Dr. Sage's forme.Catarrh Luck -
whilo old Her-iedy. and I
some f
am
ones b'ring but artificial. as well. 1 ]bring the PrinciPal food of our laborers, bef re they I it to be the only now a well man. I believe

,t4 I f5.0o and the firms'holding con- Veils are usually chosen to match the ]i its purchase will be a heavy tax. I am alive. He recoi WANTED manufactured, and sure one remedy has only for to catarrh give now it a

.S.- with the Union boanet. A black however-anay be[ 'told the drought has been equally fatal I since then.he has : WARD THYSELF fair trial to experience astounding results and-
payS \ei a permanent "
I ;.$20.000. worn with any *. "]i 'as far as.Kentucky. There have been a I From & J.Io'lIF. cure.
I _ (bid few local exceptions; here from small bits .write;, briefly K\oi.Work An from). UIP' I 'PlTl'V-Kfi', .lJflneh() ltIED'l. Three Bottles Cure Catarrh.
., jeweled buckles are worn I : Jacobs III la I. The :iIas. nMIl. i "t.
MANY valuable of clouds Oil has cu HEST 1A UKEIC
( ,
improvements have handsome dresses accidentally passing over seme't '. .!. Srll like wllilflr. I lilt t'byOlclan". More than JiIU,. :.: ELI ROBBI.VS. Runyan P. O.; Columbia
high-necked CIne Co.
been lately made' the wih ,,> :'t farm. Should the little wheat we have: face and head." r..I.Io'.II.d five t,. $ tr.-alAlllpUI1 Y"r, ant Phnl..al mUliun ," Pa., says: "My daughter bad catarrh when t .
either
t at the
i- manufacture throat or ou the '! II OH mitl ?LB. ( ieciine.- EJh !st.'d she was
lire
belt ,made be shut ; Vitality Impnlrli years old very badly. I Dr.
: up by a continuance of.the CITIZEN } Itnpur.tlP.'t of the saw r
1., of ab.tos paint i England. In the ( a.'iitnjped.and :pl jcl India silk and'I : blockade through the winter shall be when ha stopped conie jurnt, Ihl'l'O'on Dlood.Cuntalns and Ihl';I", ntol : we emboss ,1 blndJnlC. 1\l'e. a for her, and soon saw that.it
S t&1 made of its efficiency, a piece of surah blouse ajje.ele with.various absolutely brankrupt by the loss of two ago weighed and 210 began J J Si POPular melltcal treatIsC full I.Uhl/shed 1C1lt. War Pthe nl. helped her; a third bottle effected a pennaT
light "kirts for ome. lanltuage. i'rlce Only$1 hy nent cure. She is now eighteen years old and
.
pine wood, about six inches long u .' ", successive crops. S as lie lisix Iset' aled in 1\ PlaIn Wrapler nlaD Jilu"'fJli' sound and hearty."
correct ;
'It
I by four indies'square, painted with Lctberr. kid, sal, bOJr since IItlpJrt he tlti 1JUocr.you send- 110. AhlnlU a4 a\Joy..

% five coat was .placed for upward ef a alligarand nend tortre d" painted, ar; The Future of Cremation. Ul'o JUV SM IL da). Samples tt"f rtrtrtsw?r t1dj.37
.New wortaLjpj. ,
York The Cremationists ) **II not under the horse'a wlWV Troubice, leer'
held
half their Moxie
feet
iu Xerve
n an fire yearly r AUreH V 0S
: grate : book Debility.
ordinary French niiiji I learucil in !' )4J'Itt'Y tEa J10LDIat Mental
often drugging and fully or Pbyaleai Weakness
; th
pro' me other night at the d by Mark T. leh BotMl*
but although the.woo withi'was, reduced 'ide mere burlesqR4eir best dc of ting.tJe mayoralty and many of the .Hon' W.W L .C 1 Ner**flitters faltocar. 3OCl>. Herb Methein.Co.*
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N. 111 .
aro lsement. In his report After thirteen or etn CIa..iiof IIH J ( --- Y J.l'nrllbent.llncle8rn: : to HI- Philadelphia.Pa. Sold by all DnfgatM.llnhlt .
t ch col there was no blaze sign, to meet bU" Americantastes. on,the progress of their work during ket its sale is!'d I Ii;)eicn at Yale,..{_ Writ Vale"ln.lIn C.PIIY.,,.Jal'.viiJ..W.. /SltUII. 5 .. nnhIIIa C'uml. Treatment *
I : season trial
The whatever large cities JriYi !
S ".. mte during the charring. the past year the secretary referred I etery nervous LUlaEl'l fc, '37 .9' HI/MASK REMEDY CO.. Lafayette. lad. -

gain, ,smal model theater, built White jerseys; tick I covered wih' special terms of satisfaction to the act thins it is the

: wood, with set scenes and of white ivory (' 'uovelty, nnd l c j j. which the Chamber of Deputies, on dreamed been found.before :

atelaoie prettier than one Would think from thCj March 30, passed by a majority of &71 L, the medical .
was lie
,I sprinkled with turpentine and set uescriptio'n.; .. I votes against 174 to reader cremation % THE K E R .
., on fire; portion 1 I tional or i,*A FRENCH et tho :
e\e igite and the Silk-finished c corduroy suir.are' '
I whole was cnume. s'mia'model, fashionable this season, in pale left by a prson. The Holy See has pro been falking to Men e;. a The. FlSH SlAIn 5LTCKX. Ii wryn$4 wsisrproof, eed will
rrith.the terra cotta hibited, to anathematized ."saht'You r 4 ii) H II ,. sr.caaa i. .
brown
I vet scenes and the fram golden ant the. many say, I the sound of my or th..lr. V county 4 L) K t' roe.Brnd"U .Pur...44i a.wst.of Imitsitoas. Mon.godn.p.rrecs
i ing all. with: asbestos'o shades of gry., this funeral ceremony in Italy, but its replied: "I knew & : tr.5,1 UIU.ir.tCai.1OtU._ Im. A.J.Tower. < !

pate was j Balayeuses for decree will probably remain a dead letter : ;_
drenched theVprotection-of the There S
's: with ,11 a -- M
turpentine
and .
set as cremating is that -
. 00 j i inside.of the dress skirt are- nc more I very popular in We ansn er ; : L
fire but
tho thin
scenes"were only partially worn.. They arefor uset not ornament,. country, where no less' than sixty cremat- ..commences in using COlT'S < -
,: charred at the lower.ends with should not-show below the ing societies.-exist. Furnaces have "Uolden Medcal If: ; ;rccns. =o >. I full it t Church Sunday. 8t DOLLAR
a 'aD edge of been built at Geneva Zurich New als .proper care. : to paint your hiKh Gloss. Tip top for Chairs P3-hionable, liadBlack.. Maroon,
the turpentine flames while skirf. long all medicine Wdirant ito l-urmtur K
,
the wear. .
timI Diicount r"V Carnage. Front Poor ,
I tl San Pieics to the TraH store Front etc AVUi s nft I I
I Buffalo, etc. In never | COXX ft CO
bering not ," FrnclscO Germany SOO ft 208 Kind St- chicago,Ill. *
'
S &- *e\en ia a iinite 1 ir'pe's'al of mantles' for various a petition cbstg for its toleration .afehnpe Uhe 'Golden for)

14 Miss -MILLER, of Hillsboro the plaV Bengaline for has obtained 28,000 signatures. I '! ?ands of.
bas .
S lay IS1 N. to' have the sides '
. I i& fed eight squirrels FrencJBjif 8- t many cremationists have several'deterine twQ stamps for *
on
I
came to her door from the ends and loops of in bdie consumption _
: bl .. rbbn. the absence of ovens ad hoc : Address orld's
tioa, Buffalo, N.
everymoinh1g the burned !
during on
'os past common pyres, the. operation
:
: for' The high bat*worn -bjft Abraham *IxGreat this
printer their breakfast Snow, Lincoln lasting four hours._ -London J's. Britain million
on inaugural-day is on Ireland cakes .
eleven preserved bv t were4 I of -toSoldlen&flefr..
S feet deep is enough to tame Mr. Gibsonof the subject of'. for Sndstamp %
George New York Cit; In & ensi fO L. BINu-
the -
: O' a gatherer of odd articles. ;' .regad.t affairs of mortals, :: in 1886 ? HAM Atfy. Washington a
RoTAtGLCBi I -- .
11t there U happy :
nothing hout. limeImprove'*
W d.
.. tbo -na.pUea.. *> i! a cake of t'acjiau.n. 29r-. Make 5 flflg's nreii- _
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i gals ofdHlcluus,
sparkloz. -
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