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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: July 2, 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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Rnlcr r take his_ RULER himself. But. And he had done it, too, until stamp for-a target, instead of a gallop and they decided to o ej*him"""'" nothing except complete accord of this r tim Not long ago a tLe skirmishers, men of aU colors, of afl e .. l
an unclc down
r' I taw a stnd in T' Eat had just ing steer. their heartfelt but to keep KET..DR.TALMAGE.[ meeting New York was held to raise money o!all standards,of weaponry, a
looked i let a
:* And trample on.a. ld him up, and had offered t do Miss Allen sat near him, on a rustic the boy in sight,and thank time came t build Home at .Richmond for crippled Let the b especially ban

1. The Plerchefor hi beck something for him. This uncle had set made of twisted hemlock tree. to do him Cnfeerte sldethe! meeting prt-sided over t"IX-MT their tread. Foa 1 Fo
r1 I
'r |/. f His In hcIwn their neck; promised bunch of Jim cattle a goo team and a little Jim had come to like his teacher, and I think suhstntlahemee.Jen gets ready to THE BKOOKLT1J DIVINE'S SUN- on the t Northern lot side a, and and the a leg leg in not fighting lost s wa Let ply the the orchestra grand mvrch hvn

.His shonebrghtthrughbloandpi and to would come here to want t please her, and he knew that settle on his claim, will have aUberl r JAY SERMON.Preached hurt that it does not amount t mach The Cot pe fe drummers and ji.
school
.! :, sword fahe go a whole year. his cowby'' accomplishments made her a personal outfit as "sodpelter" ton Exhibition held cot long ago itary bands eV1 sounded victory or
" I ther pr agi liThe very day school is out," Jim went In the need any. young was attended by t n of'thousands of Northern defeat at Eylau or Bro Marathon orThermopyLe
rther uneasy. lady
o J saw another Ruler rise, on, "I start West. When fat young desiret Soldiers From Thirty- people, and by General Hbrt who was Banker Hi o orktW S
sbal fortbe thought of the life '
'. His words were noble, good, and wise; I m of age mean get a claim, and put acted sensation nove1 plaisman's as an before But the they moher testified could their not gratitude wait soJong, and One States at'.the National never gievted wit kindneA, a At though the they b ferino from the o time Balaclava when,Johu&o Gtu

> With the"calm sceptre of his pen my stock on it. Then Il be apt to "This i!a pretty isn't it?" she Jim declares that before he his room Drill Encampment iiiWashington. Exhibitioo hEld bfon j-ears ago. every Non above Gibeon and Ajalon till the l m
: He rulod the'niinds and of quit cow-punching and . let Garnet Wolseley
; thought men sodpelter.. said. he had ..slippers ern State wa represented. A ser t Tel
: Borne seoffed.sorne praised; while All this',was dressi-gows kindlier feeluixaftertherwar than before thawar. Kebi. Nao battalions,a-
many herd, not.vcr "Yes answered Jim rather enough to Boston dudes cp
doubtfully
fir' his te cher. It encourgng.t No of gunpowder in te For i t
.i Only a few obe h word. wa cast of the before the "Fifly th r u th review the J '
tended to ; "but it seems shut in, sort of. Mississippi.! Long 'XT and-hchculd keep country except for rifle practice or } grand adgU Fol
the
"1 : Ruler then I stay whole long year, and There ain't no in these and doctor had-thought it possible, Jim. Cnce x ., OM .of J pyrotechnics orat a shot at a roebuck Uro and eternal O day
Another U wa
was too string could brtadtM u be that
saw. only plain that he did pars and'notmiss
not care back in the and sing hir' in Lathe my fond w a
the is sc.hool-room
trees in Youcan't pale to Adrndak riaer-Gner
and way a good : very and
Love s'rt Pity were his law; for an education, and thought of the deal Judge X.16. marching in the right rent t w
thin and with red
much. though a scai
The greatest and tho lat had part schooling only as a disagreeable steppingstone see dow long. Cmpe of infantry, cavalry, artillery tunes I lawyers in the northern cte Riven earned the right tt we
"But the rocks and the river one cheek. fought under the right
the you.lke notice the Scripture of Georgia, Alabama and c a
Yet most in his please
( unhappy) to the team and bunch of f No Cl
.) he catle. them, Ido you "I guess I got branded for keeps, that passage applauds the Zbulu turning nulls of New En lad apit. heavensome on Ath= a
Tbe People, in a mighty band, On the other hand, I am afrid not" time Jim. YoutKt because they The old of other standing gates, t o
"I don't river much, either; says Companion.. wer diiplie trp. lon ,'a-lor Sumtr ad others the torreted
shore and on
Rose and drove him from Miss Allen knew and have and
up, the landAdtlaide cared. a little I'm afraid of the water." may str andlaughed Moultne ad Lafajette ad : ply the million- m
.' about stock-raising in the West Jim HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. at by old soldiers they Hamilton sound asletA>on their iron paws.and "gv u rud
Ptor.i did about spelling and Beside.a "But I thought you were afraid of seemed s clumsy in the line but it was drill, instead of raising money t keep enemies out voiced "More th en"Ble
srrammar. nothing!I" "I don't like the water, drill, dl tmti they cud keep step a one of oar New York hUbI raising money forte be the Lord God
NEW she had no idea that a '"sod-pelter"meant though," said Jim. "I never could sec Doin .Up Iiace. man. cud keep Bartholdi ttue on island bgure everlasting,and let the whole earth .

i TH SCHOLAR a farmer, and she had a shadowy notion the use of as much as you folks Laces rubbed, starched and ironed are rank.7! The second" Scripture passage applauds Libertv wit.h.uplift torch t be filled with His glory. Amen and._ .
r that Jim meant to.devote the remainder Ea"ter a of sluigers, in the tribe of light the nay wat to coma -_.
but lace, t
of his existence clods have lyin' about. You could't hire'me rarely fto wear again; goo Benjamin regent dextrous mark Instead of waranticfthies, when you could THE venerable Emperor William .is a,

.1 throwing of to get into a boat." may, up so a to be kept men. When they they they my not cross the line between the contestants noble type of royalty. It is wonderful

i "A co'-by, )rr. Dean!" grass, like the old man in the spelling- "I should not try, just here," replied fresh long after it i really old and been an awkward squad and all fingers without fighting your way with keen steel think that in the old-ruler
book. to yet stirdy .
1. "A (cow-boy, Miss Allen." the lady, looks quiet but. worn. '. !. were thumb but they practiced uti when or getting through bv pas&rs carefully scrutinized
fming.U .
The teacher frowned, and the feupcrintcndent The days of that week passed rather the isery dangerous. Just a Laces that require doingup should be. they a a mk they hit it."Everyone at every step fc>y bayonet.you ne of Germany a monarch is still reigning '

smiled; then she broke into a slowly for Miss Allen. She tried hard to I little fu the _down, they say that no man basted carefully between /olds gf thia. and cud s'ing.;". stone texts at combining a hairbreadth only a rao New tickxt Orleans fn'm go clear who became an officer of the Prussian

: suppressed laugh, and he looked per acqept Jim's presence in a' missionary could manage a boat." muslin and put into cold, soft.water, to' to show u that i Bth must fight weshould through, and there isr-ao u>e for t any weapon army eighty years ago; who took part
but
plew1 spirit, in truth, he was a perpetual "Would he go over the dam?" hea every pint of which -must,be previouslyadminIstered do it welL sharper or stronger vhan a steel n Since in and still well remembers the battle

did jou bring him to me? What trial to her order-loving, sympathetic kcd. a tenspoonful of aqua am-- There is something absorbing in the mi. the of time beian their roll has there ,
year
He was not bad. but he tary science of the Bible In olden beu in tvfj decades an overmastering of Waterloo ((1815), and who has seen
in the world I do with him?" sou1 was so and sufficient white soap to make: al ever abut sea
hal Yes, and be dashed to pieces on the mOna the men between twenty and fifty the time
between
He seemed to try to do but suds. Let the boil few ye as war all the events of this event fu1
good water great
'. "What shall ( with him? asked the he righ beneath. This is not a good a age were enrolled in the army and a levy of complete bitternen and this tuua of complete

tall gentleman, helplessly. *'Hc is with was so utterly untrained in ways rock There is a stretch of a bating or minutes, and, if the lacesare"not then was mae for a special service. There were nineteenth century, now so near its

in the school:I nineteen, he of the room that every motion was mie clean, pour off the liquid and put in cold.! only or four classes exempt: those who !ympthyl the domestic life of those succession bo-
says. so, above this, where small craft clone in dramatic
,
blunder go bad built a house and had not occupied it pass .
a water as before continue to do so until : ; with the domestic life of these time
looks older. .
"He ; time
and a few of the gentlemen who own those who had garden and had not William
planted a The
And in bis of were either: leaving home or far fore his Emperor
yet, own Jim had a the articles and cleansed. Many you eyes.
must sphere, thoroughly
"Yes allow for sun and w ind the of it those who
; you these houses keep little pleasure-boats. .reaped ; wero engaged from by uncertain
and rough living. He intends to live a ski they never dreamed of. His grace But above that the channel is too Never wring out lace-always squeezeit t b frt and had not led the bride away What it. a morlmg| that was when you has always shown a high, hanghty,

in this town, and he wants to go to accuracy with lu>rse aad gun and shallow, and below it is dangerous." between folds of muslin. I clear L'C to the ; those who were yet in the first lettr. Father and mother tring. sis despotic nature. Ho is perhmpvthe .

;' year schoo1 1 must put him somewhere. I I: lariat in would that have been* marvel to any "It don't seem a very good place;-for is required, put a little bluing in the year of wedded they could life; thosa not look who upon were a s enemy nerO ters crying, j'on smiLag nervous outstde lut only remaining sovereign in Earope
man YOU inside. E\erybody
city. Perhaps he felt hispresent rinse water if the old-time
cn't 11' a cage for him, and labe him the kids," mused Jim. ; yellowish they fled, and could not took upon blood Boys of the blue an-t gray! Wbcthlr anexcit you except his grand-nephew Russian :
inferiority even than his is wished few of "
more
:, Specimen from the Wild West. 'For the children, James." tinge a teaggopnfuls but they fat from the backs of the Hudson, or believes that he "
"I should almost think you might. teacher did. Perhaps the days were "For the children. If had 'cm strong coffee in the rinse-Tv1iter"will give The wa three iviionthe centre star or the Androscoggin, don't Czar-who devoutly '
wearily long to.him and the seemed you J the hue. must be and right and left weapons of at the front door has divine to rule and who :
What is the native locality of the 'specimen'1 year out on the prairie, they'd be safer." I. requisite Le never defence wig. ,, )-0 remember the semes a right ,
endless in were helet. bretplt at the rail window, on the steamboat
car
stiff but maybetaken
pect. limpness of
pro a idea
to the old despotic
"Why :Miss Allen, "I. lUeof te buckler. The of offence clings
,
Miss Allen had school ,ecaime/l littledissolved weapons sword landin The huzza could not drown out the .:
e sys," replied )rr. Dean, deliberately planned a picnic. Wouldn't trst on the prairie, to i off, by a spear," javelm, arrow, catapult wa guppiessed "Don't you remember kingship which prevailed in the

"that his last was between for Saturday, and on Friday the children nothing of the children! They say arable in the rinse mter.' merely a bow swung by machinery, shooting those snes home often and ." .ra
I tae has
range say g middle age's. Yet he never
and were full of excitement about it. One Now clean, rinsed laces be- .arrows at :vast dtnC great arrows, one of yourself, be gi.od ami the
Crarv-Woman Creek Rad-Water there rattlesnakes there"Yes1 / car
boy
of them told her that Jim wasn't going.At are I tw cen folds of white muslin, till they are arrow a large a could lift; and bye kiss which they you thought been a capricious tyrant H has
Slough. admitted Jim there i is some .
"Oh dear! But. how and why and ,' first she was rather relieved to hear it, But it's safer, than this, I I IratUesmakes. :! a dry as they can be made in this way; balhsta,,which hurling was great a r4cks sling and swung large by pieces machinery mignt be forever, lien h'nk the homesickness as shown an ardent love of his people and ..:
faced the river a starlight night
but when she entered the school-room she then each article out and in you l
smoothly
i I pin to distances. Tho shields
lead
of
I has been ambitious to
when did he get into civilization? think. vat on picket duty and t"e sly which you his country;
was touched the homesick look the its and ith a fine made of woven willowworkwith tr .
by on shape on a pillow, were '
.
"11m c no idea. I boj'h face. While these two liad been working I needle out and stem three thicknesses of hide and wiped off when you heard group at the make Germany great, strong. and rro&perons

"lie isso large and s>o old for a primary 'and talking, something had happened :1 1i pick rise up every a loop inside through which the camp fire singing thO plantation song abut and has tried to be a
"James, said she, kindly, "I am and leaf and thread to its proper place. the old folks at hume The ; sincerely
schol?i" | that, beyoud all question, never should arm of the warrior might be thrust; and ner of hard ta<'tk on Thanksgiving
afraid hi i
cur life here does not seem quite I I when these soldiers were marching to attack kindly as well as strict ruler over *
"He is very i liorant. lie cannot possibly have happened at The children day and the Christina without any presents, .
natural to al. Ventilating the level all these shields
you. II Kichens.I a enemy on and tho long nights L' the hospital differ subjects. Like almost all cf his stalwart .
do the work of a higher grade. I "I'm afraid not answered James knew better than to get into any boat I I touched each other, making a wall,moving s .
Some writer : "Our grandmother ent from the sickness when were at home .
him to because he needs a without and in this says and you William has always had ;!: .
brought you permission, case they but < then when they sl4er raee.
and then added witha burst bedside and
dryly; of 'I their bowed shoulders by cooking at ipnetrbte. with mother and at the ,
very good ttadicr.Miss I, confidence: "Why Miss Allen in all knew, too, that they were meddling with got and tried to capture a the clock in the g 'inp the esart moment fondness for military iffars: Tfce- .. -
kn- ha
I the hearth before stoves were >wn. battlement this was lifted over the
Allen was really troubled. TheSuperintendent' I this week Ihaint seen nor heard but just private property. The women of this age will not be better head as to' shiel falling of ttee missile; for the and that forced march ached greater part of his life, inde d. was ....
s when and ,
little failed of little
!- compliment lone, thing that seemed natural to me, and I, Nevertheless,when a party boys off unless stoves are raised, so that a The breplat was made ot two pieces of and your your leg ahe -d, and you, more than all, spent in active service in the Pouaian .
to clear the clouds. They had and girl, wandering up the bank, came one falling over ( .
:away that the wasreadin' lether br coverl pie Ill
was story you us woman can work at them without curving your hpart >mesickne that had in of war
been in low tones as they paced I a beautiful green-and-white boat Mio other falling-over the back. ache army. He had a taste very
talking upon breas than death
about that old ranchman that pastured on her There is too little attention te it n nd a >ang worse .
the hall and at the hidden in where no spine. of the warrior the two pie did the in life in the Napoleonic'.
now they paused the Government land." i snugly a tiny cove kitchen work buttons You never got harden as guardsman early ,
school-room door.It boat had been before all the given to making easy, fane with orclasps. in the Cnniiwi warwho, heartlessly wrote .
open "What!I" cried his teacher, in blank I ever then. even in these days of improved methods. were s stout and stiff and strong home to his mother: j j"I paigns; and has always been regarded _
was a very prt) school-room. There astonishment. trouble began. should all be that the wamors often challenged each of the best trained soldiers
Stoves, tables sinks do not want to sio any more crjinsj let since as one
were pictures on the walls, flowers in the I First they stopped to examine and ant other to bend one. The strings of the bow
from -
"That had *uch a big bunch of sons, made high enough for one to stand at ters come to the Crimea vou. the of tho
At ninety
in
made from the sinew of A
windows, ,'aellnI an embroidered table- '.. his i dmire; and then two little boys were oxen. case have I put inlo my r.O i after loading Europe. age

spread on the telcher's de k. Tb ftyfc"fl yo Know: add!11."0'..10'IS:. cowbo\g. jumped in, and began to rock from side 1! and Another work thing comfortably that needs without looking stoopin after is like back a, that inverted cose pyramid containing was the fastened arrows to,the it r''ein.t ad h\'o flretl them at thu Ru"5iansuau wonderful physical powers which havo'

"Hut I havpn t IIcst.orv "-' -ide and tell how they dared ride s you appear n have a strong rlLshke and of .
TT au that when the suffered the wear tear an nnnsually '
There w warrior an
'glfttW&WyUWtlcan. was an said I MUs Alien. reac w I I"Why to 1. I I 1 ,. ..,1 [the. imperfect ventilation of kitchens.Juc'l he would put want t over u his them If you havf seen as many killed a '
arrow
ilmospHere of order and of dainty tidiness don't I away fl&n'to YhrmHl-dam 'I'n'fre'i' n'l FS. r jrjans say that more cases of neuPhysL.Vhn"lrom shoulder and pull forth the am arrow for the I you would nt have a many weak busy..an4. laborious Kfe seem

about the place, and the place suited ..Jlm.U.nd, yes, jou rememberl'lid next two little girls thought they wouMget ; ; overheated air thanralgia The ankle of the foot had on an ii on idea a you now han almost nndiminished.s The veteran
one off fght. "hat. When
J felt like
with the day they You never
Tel this young and pretty teacher. on the range, the old man sent the little in, too, if the hOJ! wouldn'"t roek; corcr lisn.Mm-was! /--'nuiffhts.the most Th- trr- AVhen a wal was to b aule was found after his d,v th:soliEr'skapk Emperor is still seen daily-by his people

the morning, looming up behimt kid out from the home ranch to look 'em and the boys promised, with a sarcasticsidespeech : from .".'?.i;-.tani-wa brought- swung up. on chains m war there vas generally a careful standing erect and Rolierly( at the .
rows of lifile girls in trim b'a -kfctockings V witnessed and fnrl I "
BiUe tew .
< by
about and foul air of the f -- package containing f. a photographs
and short frocks; behind the up and find out how they was." j girls 'fraid-cats; rink c-itua wh ve :-. lc f.re n m'oud. b 1 and letters f roll h"mC On the other .1 I. window of his palace- ; ana- .we often
"Xo said the and soon all four were seated on the !ing bring on.many ey&iing. II .w < great bt dL
lady "I never i --.Qf of of waito! for
joung -o-md tbousan-
in ;
-ttlrboys srarlct: hose and knickcrbocker benc-he The girls who axPe-WfiiTaritly in eUhbnum The batt cJlle"n ten home hear of his appearing, mounted on his .
.read pretty I thou nd
vou-a story like that. I grcen-and-whitp IVu-ents sayiivj: "Twenty
-hopelessly big, untrained: and don't remember said I Then, in someway, the boat I kitchens do not notice the bad air, but number clos up to the wall and then a\. -...fnrj'T if our boy was among white horse at the great military reviews
of
"Perhaps you gotadriC. men would take hold of this
cut of beam
In his place, sat the new scholar.r "hut I do, because it seemed natur I Perhaps the boat was only upon I housekeepers should see that there is away pu it back a for a they could and then, iiews!* _O K, 8TKlf.away in t ptolrl which are frequently held in the :' .

awkward.way, he -wasneither ugly nor a1 Jn. And the kid Went onand got where ,, the Band, and the rocking pushed it off. I to insure ventilation. Not long ago go and the beam became a great swinging tffiS kmZg kl. ot neighborhood of his capita' ifpre.than
Ilrca fann'e1 shirt with Perhaps some mischievous !boy untied the : n servant was taken ill, and the ladies of pendulum of dtrcton M'r '
a red silk though they was; and he found they Twenty or and telegraph stations-16 U.k.-* has been made bf .
_
.; and he At it the house who took"up her work were fory would stand in a : one attempt .
whole bunch on to another rope. aU'cyntf was caught by movable the God filled with the sobs land a'gOP d -.. < '.
held of
in e Geq. JOr
his
hand his huge light'sombrero, range.JDved And when he did find them, the current, and began to glide down the unable to stand even for a day the impure the elephant made drunk b3.k with a wine elephant, and, drod. waiting for new 1.o ., "Tiatics on the EmpororV _, --

ornamented with n"wide band of rvdnlcathcr. they chucked the little kid into a treacherous stream. drainage, but the "girl" could work .the headed toward the enemy, and what announcement of "bad droppigLnthe ;'- of BASK BAlnJ"11h1..tJ121. if. ...

and with n gilt cord; but the wash-out ntrd thcn him out big When Miss Allen heard the screams, week in and week out, without any care with the heat y fet and the swinging swap of ChlkahomiLl and midnight la wild.ipik c.u M.Kt:. LOV -

rest of his dress Was subdued 'to thetndard pulled" ana and looked from the frantic on the given to the sanitary condition. the scis and the poisoned arrows shot prob Mississippi; and "v Price* are low i IU1&.t
sold him to the Indians, group let there -
of Eastern civilization. movable towvr,the destruction was gunboats before Vicks urg, and woods of is no uoi' ,_. ais intelligent
His kitchen. Our
had
"' shore to the tiny boat out on the river, grandmothers simple appalng. -
James! I vVar chariots were in vogue and Antietam,and tell to all the mountains andvillages and .
complexion riiowcd that clear brightredhich "That's said continued I her very heart seemed to stand still. To method of disinfecting which has on two wheels s they could! easily turn.wer A and river and akos of North and thoughtful subjects regardO'

marks the pure sunshine of thegTfat Jim, respectful wh.t but 3'Ot positive., "I don't I stay so near, and safe and well, yet uter- gone out of fashion, and which was to I sword was fnstelcl to the pole between the South jeremiads of WIZ tie that have 'fiim, not only with the deepest reverence

plains. This and hU hair sprinkle brimstone on shovel of hot horses they went ahead the never bean syllabled. .
lgl remember what the book called 'cm but : ly poweilcs I, while those children a s sword but with the fondest affection.
and keen blue coals and the thrust and-when they turned around it would Beside that domestiperturbat'on and
r\e'S, broad and death burning result
I care sped on to Her senses carry through
joii the the Araps The homesickness of those
mow the THE
was armies sweet Boston
le fcitid'they same as dow carried beauti days put Advertiser tells a stoyabout
n, muscular fiamo would the house. Detroit Tribune.Recipes. fag
''Imade swam.. fully embroidered. Tribe of domesticity of The only fire
in the geography. '. That's what we call a toy camp
hm aucxciTilinglyjnclUrc'quo 'Subject" the Ampahocs., i The sunny sparkles on the river shone flag embroidered with a lon; tribe of care, -you now pver sit ,one kindled in s\'e the late Alexander Mitchell; lutit

_| an nrtist: but-in R primary Hchool! in her eyes like electric flashes. Sh? embroider with a mn; tribe of Dan, em or furnaceor Inbteod of a half does not tell the aeiuel, which is*

V"InmpoMthcly nfiaul of.him I" eaidUs "The. Arabs!" exclaimed Miss Allen. !, seemed to sec, already, the little faces, MILK Sorr.-Four potatoes, two cherubim.The noise of the hot, of salt pork, "a repast_luxuriant b-us quite as interesting as the ThoAdrertiser
Of story.
moved "partaken circles
by
Allen. "What if be should take itt "It is possible that you lal the story of I'' cold and dad,,and the limbs all crushed onions, two ounces of butter, quarter of a with they the clatter on, 'a of overwhelmig.'hat, coatrnc .Oh loving, noW family; I see who l'rpt thoso that during the

his licad to scalp us all!I" Joseph and his brethren? and mangled, and she heard the reproachful :I an ounce of salt, pepper to taste, one rumbling of whlel and, the shouts ad of ttr for, the! letters you. the says great

f "Send for me at the frt flourish of h1hat's UP answered Jim. "I couldn't i cries of their parents. I pint of milk, three tablespoonfuls tapi the cptins vociferation of the en I young soldier, took o. long in your panic of 1857 there was a run onMitchell's

,'tk tomahawk," said Dean, with a name, Portr little kid! Wewouldlt And Jim-who might, at least, have oca. Boil slowly all the vegetables with tire hot. prophet says it was like the tent to wnte and t4.it you were soparticular bank, andthaton* the second '
nd little kid that way, two of water. Strain roarm* of the soa. Because the arts of war t put in the liail without anyone -
gh. teat and the alarm what quarts through
Jim swiftly given ha\e been advancing these seeing you le you t7ozel by your crvu- day of the run an old Scotchman
("But; horn'stU, I have no doubt that That part nntura1 Wits Jim doing? 'the colander. Add milk and tapioca. not to conclude that a thee arie years of you clden are m'lt spared you b t.)get back. Thoagh (covered with mud and carrying a pair

,Carries pistols. Cowboys always do, Miss Atlcn did how exactly Nothing. Boil slowly and stir constantly for twenty tie were an uncontrollable I could .the 01,11'0110 have gone you have I home of

say." the present life on the great plains is represented Or next to nothing; so it seemed. minutes. yon four or five pge of Scripture, yon1own ,atid you often<'oatrnsttho of saddle-bags) entered the bank. Toing -

believe so. I will look into that by some passages of the Old He did not even rise at first. Oneglanceup CHOCOLATE'CAR.\YELs.-One pint of showing' you that they were thoroughly .o awful absences of "Hial with and brotherlyand unable to get near Mr. Mitchell on

Jy Xow, seriously, ," nnd his face 1 i Testament. She conclude'd to postpone the river with his keen blue sugar dissolved in a wineglass of vinegar, die they, or,marched a my !step expresses t step, shoulder it, they rslrlwhih lovrlhearbrak dt arest your pLice present you account of the jam of anxious depositors

giau'j '! know what n hard UiJ1 matter Of Biblical l exegesis, and said, eyes, and he went on working at his rope. half a cup of butter, one cupful of were "Fifty' thousand which could keep will heavtn, the place where the old Scotchman cried out: ?*

n jif I have gnon'jou to do. but it is iri cheerfully: '.'Yt wi get.used to us In He was making a loop of on'end. He chocolate/boil until quite thick, gated rank',?and 'E\e y one could sling stones a your children were hor iid the plow where
time I James. hair s breath and not you want to dm. wr.ve the figures IStt: I "Alek, mon, I bcered ye hod a roonon
hope, m ss. .
t line of plain duty t6 "do it well. This did not to hurry, but he wasted no buttered tins, and cut in when ,
"I don't know," said Jim, rather doldfully. leer squares I congratulate you, the officers and sol set up four crystals of rear To write the yer bank, aad I bring all I have,
ung man may be here to make trouble motion. party cooled. Instead of vinegar you diers of this national that if figures 18871 stand up four members of your ye

'. that ca c wo shall very soon. know it, "When a feJow'!been I maverick Holding the loop in his right hand, water flavored with essence of foreign attack should at encampment any time;be made a houshold, figures of rosv-cheeks and flaxen mon $2,030 in gold." Tho crowd (so .

., fad I promise you that his career/hall be I long as I have, it rather rough to while the coils still hung upon his let vanilla, and they will be finer, but aJittle you would be ready, and there would b hair, if I can get them'to stand Iilongenough says the Ado rtiser) contemplate'd tha

I ort. Hut it in that he be rounded-up and ro'ped and branded, he the shallow them from millions of the drilled men of North
10 through
?| possible comes I I arm, wadcc vinegar keeps sugaring.SCOLLOPED old Scotchman and .
if they do him into a nice little South like the men of my first text "which Li\in soldiers of the North andSouth.take for a moment thco
fitly and because: he would like to make even put i water to edge of the deeper CABBAGE.-Boil firm and special ordination at this of
I channe1 a rank, and new season
keep the of
this. And then old cud lie men my began to drop out of. line and In lee*
an *
of hiimcf., If he ranger His seemed to take the to
',/unething WAnts. afhaucr Corrallke quick glance every cabbage in two waters. Drain and press, text, tat not a hair's year garland the spulhr of your
it is our business, its public : lkp to trot along with.. the thing, the current, the river-bottom, and and let it get perfectly cold. Then mince breadth. m fallen comrades. / to good for than an hour the run had ceased. In v

Ichuol teacher.:, to s-e that hd has it." I I ( n's.t i, the banks. Even the 'light wind from fine, add two tablespoonfuls of melted At ths national d.when thirty-one their mmorie. Turn au the private tombs his"Fo k Lore of the Northwest*Prof,
States and the Ye
.' Allen did -not thisspeechvery the Union
Miss
e'> 4>IIe fclm'l! }hn\c\ his chance, if lean I well but \tnderstnnc her the west was tested an instant with his butter, two eggs well beaten, three tablespoonfuls tween the decoration relI and of b dead of Iatonl tmetr., intoJaen, and Avery tells ;this story, and more of'it.Ho .

bclp'hihi,** said the teacher, earnestly.I fhe ( j upheld hand. There was no hurry, no of cream or milk, pepper- and Suthe d<-a.I. tvhich-took l gave Murfreesboro, and Manavsos Junction: and that time
; (
the I new pupil was homesick and lonely, and, flutter but awake and the decorations (, Cumberland and field and hosiatal siys page 413) some
am pure of that. And now for | every nerve was- salt to your fancy. Put into buttered ad the of Gap re *
\ like the little woman that she was, muscle true to call. I the Northern which gave ceh'e the floral offerings of the living sol after the panic it was learned' that the
t Come god
11 O. James! James Ferguson I every cake dish, sift fine crumbs on top, and de .

1,\, ere, please. Have jou firearm! about she spokej". kiudly to that the her simple heart. 'I j The boat was moving faster now. She bake, covered, half an hour, then brown place patriotism to-motrvw and gratitude, stir not the only Christian of this diery.But thev shVl come iagaln, all tho den fold, Scotchman, who.played this dra-
words went boy'e .
1 ou?" he asked, sibruptly), thinking to straight t[quivered and thrilled with the strong: delicately. soldiery here present but of all the people by .troops. 'Vte : time talk abut {.

ake the boy by surprise, and so gvt at He replied only "thank you,' but .she I and dangerous current. She las floated COFFEE of boiling putting before them the difference*between* military reviews,such as tfcok iit Paris,
I astonished to that the tears CAKE.-Pourone cup in the time of
he was see these soldiers of Nfy, 1 in
truth. past. tie Marl : Lndon
flushed into his as he spoke.' hot strong cofee on one cup'.of lard peace and the \ a eton the time: of W and in ;
I motion
eyes With met (
Jim whohfld kern of No! Look! one supple i time
FMISP
n tolerably i or pork fat one of molasses one but what tome- wkh the
Witha interest in him she said cup Contrast the feeling of sectional things compared
hew student.
he fitness of things had no idea of Jim has thrown his loop. It.speeds final when all tha armies-of tho a youngmedical' It was
tore i cup .of brown sugar, three well-beaten bittre in 18G3 with the feeling of review ages
and "I
I aking his pistol to school had of sincerely cordially J hope youwiirgo'to I through the air like a Ih'c'thing, and eggs, one teaspoonful each of cloves, -tio amity 1887. At the first date" shall pass for'aivine and anglie Mitchell's idea th'at the run rrpoa his

iresenting himself with spurs, "cuirt and the picujc to-mofpw James.of thecountrv falls, true to aim, just where the cinnamon, allspice, one-half of nutmeg, tho Star South' had banished the national air,,the white St. John savs the are 4f Plon't h"ave,know ride Lat on. bank could be staid by some such thefttrical *- -* .
You will like something. frightened children can grasp it best. Spangled Banner, and the North had hn
.' ; ; one teaspoonful of soda dissolved in a banished tome old horsy of that
hlpps. popular air of "Way interruption as which ne
I I think. .' Jim with the the Dow
: CVCTV row-boy feels himself in Quick as thought, moves little warm water flour to make South in 'The Northern earthly battle eva aarl
enough people were tat'were
" 1 ... 3uty bound to make an impression on a "I'll"come i you wan me. sid boat, managing the rope so Cat it shall a Miff batter. Bake in sheet-iron pan Dixe".the Southern people were out in my *' resurrecti<.B.wor I subsequently .conceived and which bis

wl 'nr\rrthc "tendeifoot" Jim. not tighten to soon. Above medleyof one- hour and a in a slow oven. "white trh" The more_ Suther people would-be only_ fait that, raised up and fn- young friend Kublee' carrie.i0ut with jsuccess.
'
. Itebdtrfoot Park could hardly be called sounds rises his clear hal were battle the North they be resurrected for the
noble
Graj's i The
road}' to be impressed ringingoie EGG eight foi liked it. the."Judgment I* decepiipn was altogether
himoe1 eggs more Northern Dqy *
'the To-be 'sure, it was a and they hear and obey bi S.\L.--Boi people were gd rvle"o *
country.1'
im1n ejes twinkled, but ht gravely ,I !rapid. twenty minutt8, plunge them into' killed in battle th better the South like any;mon.powet to reconstruct a pardonable-one: .
elt in his pockets."Thunder wild and picturesque little spot, but after ton! cold water for a minute or two .take it. For four years the head of Abraham their bodies.jMBdgvwSonttruct ours, f
!I" said he. ""Taint here. I all there were only a few acres of land, the rope the long way of the them out their and;mince Lincoln or Jefferson Davis would have been and I should b*Yij| Hi| tiHxn cmodz GTS. SIMOJI BOLIVAB BCCKXOT, who

ust have been rattled this mor in'. I set off by the city'for public recreation. boat! E\ery one take hold! Now- the yolks, remove and the shell worth o.million dol i delivered on either -h wblte h ..lkt' at-ems destined lo be the next Oovef

..' :n rustic :Jirqund and got it fc-r you, and The river runs by Gray's Park, playing hold fast." little Spread the bottom of a dish with separately.a layer sde. of our the pulpits and need now of, sayinz stand t t nor 9! Kentucky,is (sayi the Kewyork.* rfWorll
hands
and trailing willow- do hold fast. Eight pltor 'i1e
e i back before general round up. with pebbles They of crisp lettuce, over this a layer of water that the North and hate each armies of aUyun9 BpEoiM O whh ) a man of middle stature* with _

"No I no !1" cried. .the good gentleman, branches like 1 peaceful country river; I witl the strength of desperation, cutch cress, then a layer of the minced whites other. To estimate how very' dearly- .they evef side the zoq HHEubrfor f mall piercing blue snow-white.
the stream it i With steady even each the bombshells j H eyes,
: ; nd what Jim knew perfectlyell I : but a little farther down rope. a long, of the it "with the minced love other.count up that or teti tof. .QT the *
explained and with a mighty bustle and roar of pull, Jim heads the boat for the shore, egg, topping wer hule the carbines ,thftk. were note''fnfcrius and Cyrus mustache and imperial, and s> "rsithef H"
\ before, that the pistol must not plunges yolks. Make a hole in middle of all the cavalry horses and and
dam. Here are I land it on the shallows. th tt.w; SDchnbJh Davldz between C5 and
down grounds face. He js 7.Q
ould back He felt business a great and North and-South ruddy
not to
come a good JIayonnaise facing Scriptural
.J school clustered the city mills, and in the i I Here my story might end, if Jim had pour i dressing. mout. in the 'h '
ht he had in some way ( with RAOOCT'OF LryErf. f a aud attempt t. 'two time and IIamilcar landing years of age. He is wealthy His'real'
| of Gray's Park you can :i known how to wade in a pebbly-bottom 'Heat the OJ u not only marshaled earthly : the anniea*.of. the Carthaginians.Victor"Emanuel .
how. quietest part son
boy but he did not know a in is said to be worth
of nice estate Chicago
V : laid hold of the sp dripping a frying- ,'.but tried to reach and
I he the
school ?" hear the whir-r-r of machinery mingled river. But as prow, >p.ul up a get hol Garibfldi leading on
"" \ "What do you think of the ,i noises of the streets. 1' and with all his strength to draw paD, an onion, sliced, a tablespoonful of the sword of heaven, and armies of the'It Tamerlaaft*juA $qpO,000. About-two years ago he mar-'
e kindly laying one hand on the with the pulled of and thrice tb Northern and Southern pulpits Ibe armies of"Asia..
akc like other school-pic-'I it up, his foot slipped among the chopped parsley, as gave foe tied, as, bis second wife, fc '. r ,' The picnic was I futhtr much minced breakfast bacon when alE more. information t the heavens Gu Adohn ad Pfclemv Ehilopater
children and shouted, smooth, water-worn stones, and he fell ; about. the best mode of thia and *
"Pretty slick little outfit !" replied nics. The ran hot in'the liver cut iif settling trouble et. Semiramis, belle of_P.iehmond, Va. TEeyhayew
struck his head a are hissing lay than was used. For four and
I' Miss Allen a wonderful collection heavilv, and upon ever years both Washington leading
brought
tol.a bt
. "" 1m. of flowers and leaves and pebbles, sharp "rock. And when, at lat, some I pieces a long and wide a your middl sides tried t gt ol of the Lord s thunderbolts tion The d"Arc oonncing boy a vearold.. The 32 keral's -(

\ "Hem J Well, James, I hope you w'i' much dinner their feet wet, men came running to help, they found I finger, and fry brown, turning of ; but qut l tm:At> ,a on mio Northern'and name fs Bolivar and hut v ft sBetty.
0 I shall advance you as soon a ate too got out the keep in a covered the breaking oat of wa b for She dead o come
wel. shore but Jim tvl-wa. Ty.
and found a mud-turtle. the children safe on lay lver'and war ,uncle, J. onjn Hence the alHterative w arcryof
oil grade. 1 my Saul
do the work of a higher straift-'th rinse Don bo dr' Tey.p
cn shallow while Miss ; *l gravy,
home. Miss senseless in the twelve million
University the thrbugb
almost time to Ogletborpe ne > Bncknerite
:Mr. and Jim stood together, I out-the XB Den the lunch baskets, Allen, with her pretty dress all soaked frying-pan t in He was about the Germans fallen in _Y yean war, the
: it was evident that the cow-boy was not I Allen had repacked held his head out of the gravy and ari even' tablespoonfulof est Gr and a.'good gndm fifteen million fallen in Qud. Kentucky of, "Eolivar Betty, and the -
the swing and clinging, go t '
talL brecziness, and Jim had taken, down The tris, the mDtioB *
: vr But there was a .butter worked up :wel in two of cud b .frt."e /.heard twenty w .Baby.
j awkwardly, water. _
though he climbed rather opening Confederate Justinian, the twenty-fivejmillion fallen in'
that prayer
: out-of-door roominess 'ouldI browned flour. Stir have w i.te.
have I and declared he "felt like a tenderfoot Of course, Jim was the hero of the day. you Cnm Richmond* Jew ..the eighty milion fa i the THE B y.John Webb and a big black
J made him too large for any space tht because he smooth, browned roux, thin gradually' 'ed York wurpr Allen
great chagrin. ,
He papers
: insids of four walls. .T .vIt in a tree. the professed"fool enough to,hurt ," but with hl cupful of boiling water and* answered.wouki,to the least, have left all .ce tb'18ChDUo The.thirtf-flve w tear had an encounter.recently,in the

"a not long fo Miss ATlen knew I He lay by the water's edge, coiling it was less -hero because he spent afewdavsin the half a lemon, add a.teaspoon.' his Northern relatives in very uncomfortablecircumstances. billion men eagMptutohaw. fallen.in battle, woods of Pocahontas CovblyVirginia "*
from She his left arm, and handling he was no The ministry at the.North mccofvbtf to'one sffifagtician, if they
Jim upon
why he WAS-there. rope ful o pickU'a eng Mr.
was told bimslf had the j rather Jim could do -wonderful i a sick-room. Jine al cold one anJ the-ministry at Ui3 South iiTyAit>tere>ch clear around the -
: r- let I wituly.a he had been : Then the father of the rescued children curfy powder wet prye tbe other way. No use m hiding the earth 442 times a / five hours in dodging aronud 4b.il *
State when Jim was only a yearling, and thing rope. I few of his in solemn conclave decide what water. Boil sharply, pouroter the liver, -fat that the North and the South curbed each But wesballlum taeto ajajhera pass in *

now he "'a a white kind of a man, but have a have. met should do for-Jim.t There was i put fresh boiling water in.the pan under other t a-withering..and all-consuming review before th tbrana-o "judgment, the and finally killed

.couldn't Jeem gather 'on to anything.Ayd old throws, although he might they 'and presentation, the disK.aod let all Stut closely covered.. eava-m. the a-e fhe pear- knife, tbe only weapon.*]
t found it rather tame practice, on foot, talk of a subscription 1 cuJde that antipathy war-time I place tha ; the f
first, mother had died, and for minutes .: o iat th J&t him. .
.
taste prevailed.
and good r
\ then his Ji's, and left him to rustle for instead of on horsback, and wit an ol-i but cood.sense. ''tn' ari-4-- ; gunasri, t upp t t a s

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_ I WORK.. : 0.... 'THE LEGISLA- the county commissioners shall furnish -* SHERIFF'S?! -.
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.,c ft .tb "' W. H. RIVERS Py virture of an ezi -
'. TUltK.FtJLL I
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i.* .'. n suitable places,, ( Ibey have appointed Lice Court Joseph L.
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i b* PUBLISHED$ WEEKLY ATI !' J II place for holding said cu rt. DEALER ISDRY' SUBSCRIBE tKSlarkeTeleerapfc.THE InandforBradordZhA.D.1857Ifa c._

'. .t"'p I-;... ;-rRk.I BRA.DFOIWCOUNTY. FLORIDA- LIST OF THB MILLS THAT I I The same rulr s of procedure and practice GOOIDSGROCERrES: agabttt rendered William in said Brfegc Court

.... -. HAVE BECOHE LAWS., which prevail in the circuit court .UIJ A. D. 1887 for the t
..c., \ I, C. WEBB, shall obtain a criminal court. Toe raid dollar damage and.hT0 e
.4 'r'y
Edltor ndProprletor.; Not a Bad Showing; After All-Many judges shall have the' same powers and lerled 4
; -
: ..... ; Important Jle ..... bidder at public auction on tfiVL
a. duties
: "RtMed in trialsof
EnUa-lo the -The while administering the law
IwtfflC14 at Starke as Piecond JulT A.D. 1SS7 ?
: 4th to.
.:' dam Entire BnslneM ofthe.Session Starke Florida. betwemtiietenl Lan
: IIlI .tRr. criminal case as are DOW exercised by o
,. Just Closed Put Into a boinedoor in tne.tovn og i
Subscription ,'rke If pud: in dvnnce Taabefl, circuit'court judges. county of Bradford and atee
p : ". -'. $1.50 it The judge of said court shall be not less T. W. SWEAT right title and tnterm of|fae a&Mi
not puSd in Hdvan$2.OO. Each From the Xewe-Herald. which he had or could hre had.renderinir ./
s' 6. subscriber will l>e notified when his \ than 25 years of age and an attorney prac- of said n gemevj j,

m' subscription In out hy a large cross! 'after An act for the relief of 0. W. Vincent. ticing in the coi-rts of the state nut less -DEALERS IN-- lowing ted.lying lum and l A4KKA being KMM ID Ur uarCftU dioi Atf S

__- ', hla name, and if not ordered otherwise. Provides pay for surgical operation performed than one year. 'The salary of the judge : : (1>acre ft the wert end of Sato? 2L'
said
DRY GOODS lot Number>iz (6) In iavtli!!?
_- the paper will be promptly stope-1 when in extracting buck-shot fram Body shall be tJ,000, which shall be audte.1! by .. : fractional part of the 8 K Oo,

.. the subscription e piers. of I. K. Koon to be used in evidence in the county commissioners and paid quarterly Faney No Uon., '.' otNZ3ofsectIon six(6)south of range&weny ea e

: Short articles of public interest will the case of State FS. Robt. C. Gavitin by county treasurer. The powers : more improvement or lew. Togetherwttj and

': be received with pleasure and published, Au act to incorporate the Putnam Club. and duties of the county solicitor shall be B08'tS.Skoe., ..'.TO- and aPlaintiff" -Lroperty po1.-

t1 but in writing; write plainly and make Provides that said corporation shall have the same-a tiuwe of State solicitor unless : h *Attorney.HENRY: W.

your story as short as P 8ible. People power and liabilities of corporation under otherwise provided.' No summons for FANCY Groceries 14. B.1tHODES, 8hert of Brais1

-; ,' do not care to read long winded articles. the laws of Florida, and shall continuefor witnesses criminal cases shall i issue unless ALWAYS IN STOCK.AFINESTOCK0F.- s'uBs Plaintiff's Attorney.

twenty"e n. the county solicitor shall request with NEW RIB RS May 28 4t.
:. Starke Fla.t: July 2 1887. -
,
An act to proride for the payment of clerk. The.solicitor"may summon witnesses NOTICE FOB PUCLIC

; There are few States h in the union whose the claim of the citizens of Ocala againstthe in or unl of court time to testify as READYMADE.CLOTHING ... I IONLY' LAND OFFICE AT-QanfMrJux j i "

State for certain aid to criminal matter before him. He
percentage of educational work is larger given by the any June 13, 1887.tfi
I : town of Ocala for the. establishment of administer o th'to witnesses. All JUST RECEIVED. Notice is "
: than that of Florid, and this ,attract ire may ONE DOLLAR A. TEAR. hereby given that cJ U
'. 1 r' fact should be givrn a wide circulation in the East Florida Seminary in 1882. Provides criminal cuooi shall be filed upon information STARKE, -, FLORIDA. ing-named settler has filed notki

.- for thejippropjrjationof 15.400) for filed by the solicitor under oath. The highest market prine paid for intention to make final proof i III
Lt1.. all our adTcrtisem-nts of the State. of his claim, and that said
the payment of said claim.! : The same rules of pleading shall apply to ProducedRIVERS made proof 1ti
? Country before G. N.
I I :.. Th .re will be a large crop of oranges in An act to fix.the pay of the members, information an to indictments. Providesthe Court at Green Cove Barden Springs('Jerk Ci o

1 Urad ford county this sesaon. officers and forms and of information Friday 19tb.. ] Pk'
attaches of the Legislature of lequireuienU: 4 Aug. '
: _ _
-S Waiting For Webb. 1887. Provides that the pay of members and oath of nuliciior. Solicitor shall ajsaagr1"1511Tp 'I!

R"f From the Stamford(Conn) Advocate, shall be six dollars per day in addition to receive $3 per diem and the same fees This is the official 7 8 R 24 E. .l

'3 Wanton 8. Webb the well-known the mileage allowed in Constitution. The paid to States attorneys for con VltsIiou paper He names the following wittfru

I it directory man who, has made a large officers of the Senate and House Representatives and paid quarterly liy the Slate. The prove his continuous residence (<.
i
:: ...., euccess that lino recently in Florida, has shall be $6 per day. committee conviction 'ees shall be paid in caves where of the and containsall cultivation of, said land, viz: upo,- r'
I I envolved a novel plan of bring- county JI: L. Wall of Wilderness .
ing; tI.e dp'idelll; the flowery state to clerks $5 per day for all day* actually new trigs are granted or appeals tak' n.I T. H. Jarvis, of Belmore. Fla.R.. ;

1 the northern people. Backed by a variety engaged; the Sergeant.at-Arms of the I The clerks of the criminal courts shall the and Hugh AIcNiele, of Belmore.
Pfe. .
of bupiness interests! in Florida, be has Senate and House and Assistant Sergeant have the custody of the dockets. papers county. news H. Lichtenberger, of Belmore '
rhTiered an elegantly appointed of "FIa. 1
car shall be $6 per day; the Messengers $5 etc., and have 'the same powers, duties s. c. Tt.-cxn. Rez:5
the practicable dimensione wnich
largest ,
'.,. -- is to be called "Florida's Rolling Expo- per day; the Doorkeeper $5 per day; the aud obligation as clerk of circuit court and & JOINER ought to be in the hQp1e: of -_ 1LS.LandOj:: .

Bition." and which is to make a tour of pas of Pages shall be $4 per day; the pay paid in like manner. Provides mannerin NOTICEOFIrSOLyj

the north next fall stopping at the principal of Janitors |4 which Govraor shall clerk. 8TABKE FLA.
per day, and assistant appoint citizen. III Corirry CotT1rr,BJuDI'OJm' Cocimr
and cities y
towns long enough to
allow a thorough inspection of large and Janitors $3; the pay of Chaplains each; The sheriff of. lip county shall. be the executive every of Whereas the estate, Henry of G.W.W. pp raon. A

: interesting exhibit of characteristic FJori- that the pa j of visiting committee shall officer of court, with!.same' duties DRUGS AND CHE MIlLS of said county,hartn JJIPCr8OD.ftJed; In Ui. d omce .,

dian products of all kinds, including per- issue his warrant on Treasurer for as in circuit'court. The fees of sheriff County Judge of said count'a 1rrfUen
same.
.-.." haps an alligator or* two well muzzled. An act to amend section 4 of chapter shall be same as in circuit .court. The TOILET AND FAN CT ARTCLES, Our Price i hereby tioa of the given: insolvency to all pel'fotl8l1A.tngcl of said esta&e lDtl If
; '. There is a pood deal of interest in these Regular Subscription ; nature whatever
agalnt
i ',.' 161 Laws of said ftltate te .
: .. -:. parts in Florida matters-especially com- Florida. Provides punish same Jules as to drawing and empaneling same duly authenticated, In the ome.

jnjion cold weather-and we hope Webb's ment of persons convicted of practicing juries in circuit court shall obtain, except PATENT IEDICINES, &c. County Judge,of said county on or tsj-
... :. t llth day of Jwy A. D.J881.at
, :. "Florida Wheels" will whel in this medicine surgery and obalretrics in this that the jurors for the first week shall be rata payment will be made to which time.
Cftdito..
:j .,:, .. .. direction in due time. State without first drawn less than four the PRESCRIPTION &IIFWI1LL to the same so far aa the&i8ta w1Jl
I 1 having obtained the not days prior to Si.so the said ext
: As will! 00 seen I by the above. the Florida C0MPOUWD 4T ALL HOURS. : ; administrator wW then be disci
: }, certificate required by law and recorded first day of tha term of said court and WltDetIJJ my name.County Judp, ff
k f. County this the 8tb
1 : Holling Exposition is gaining popularity. day January.
'! the same as provided by said section.: shall be summoned not less than one day A.D
..I' .' It is no longer a thing talked' of only, Jan. 5.&no J. R. RICRA
Shall not apply to mid wives or physicians prior to first day of said court. The CoUnty J
in the State but has wide'world fame DRUB STORJ.
temporarily in State or sent for for jurors and witnesses shall be the
consultation paid SPECIAL
: MASTER'S
-o.;. ". 0 the j P eople nil over this whole county are A YEAR INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE SAi .
nor to physicians holding certificate same per diem and i in.same manner as the VtK.ru.
R"m 'f'::.. .. taking about it. and, are anxious to see of By Don. WA.DJCIIP: : REND :'
examination Jamee
in M B
any other State. jurors witnesses in circuit court. .
:,!:;r "Florida's Car." This is one of the I Judicial 1.'IrcuJ of the State 0T,4-
:. An act to incorporate tie trusteenf the Upon the forfeiture of any bond for appearance fin day of June, A.D. 1881.1D
grandest f.clitmi's t-i advertise! the state, a uuit tor
Presbyterian Church of St. Augustine. of defendant the county solicitor 1 cult cieUreOfamorgeIy Court In )
and its resources! that has ever come to AND $2.00 of Bradford county in afd '
:: Provides for the establishment of said bh.dl forward the sane; with papers to wherein II. Myers &: Bro's
A :, our notice she .State in general appre- I and W.H. Cohen et. a!.were werecomp
t ; church corporation, its corporate existence -: State solicit >r, who shall bring suit upon dersbroed,as Special) Master dett'DdtoOtS
ta
date it, ami ":ll take advantage of the said eau,e,
9 tfie
i having termination by limitation of the said bond in the circuit court. The on 1st Monday in August, A. D J
.. opportunity) and will no doubt realize same day ofSKni th,
I time, orig'nal charter being for 30 same rules of practice and procedure that the CourTfcouse door to the town of In tj
We
.
: great things from it Bradford tumid .
: 4 county years and giving to the new corporation obtain in appeals and writs of rrror from and best county bidder for Bradford seU to the

: ... ..... i. . 'annot afford to let this scheme pass by. certain powers.An lhe circuit couit to the supreme court IF NOT PAID IN ADVANCE land, tuated In aaid cash.Bradford the Uowmg county,de eo.
.e. ; It in the only chance to bring us. (Brad- L. GASKINS The North East quarter of the Sou U.
net
to amend
an act entitled an act shall obtain in appeals from the criminal quarter, 01 Section sixteen Towj
t ford county)on an equal; in the eJ es of DEALER IN South. ?
to fix the boundary line of the town of court to the circuit court and Range twenty-one East for tile
supreme of enforc _
the North with the balance of the State. Bartow Drugs & MedicineL I fd decree. Sale 1I1tJW:t
1k. .' and to legalize the town government court. prescribed by law.
"
What advantages! have other counties over Starke Fla. mnyTnoe. "-
W.
'.' of the same, and to provide for extending An act making appropriation to the EPPD8o
,'if .. .this? we should usk. yet tome of them So can see th&t E. Special i
or you we Bt'GG. Solicitor for
contracting the limits of the State Agricultural College. Provides that Physicians' July Coz- ?J
: increasing in population at a great Prescriptions 2. 8'oo6w. '
same. Provides for the matter specified the comptroller shall his for i
ifsue warrant
Carefully Compounded at /uiU..II-da"
rate and till because they are not afraid ot
1: have
: : iu the title of the bill. made
...', to speed a few dollars in advertising. certain amounts appropriated.An .ttig"" a big reductionto MASTERS SALE.
An act to amend section :5 of an act act to prohibit railroads and other July 26. 1879 -nl.
AND
: There i is a gr"at excitement now in the UNDER BY VIRTUE OF AD'
p authorizing Governor to appoint transportation I court of the Foartk
.: a companies or common J
i North orer California, it is with them I Circuit of Florida, In and forth.
I S Florida committee to investigate; and ascertain carriers in this State and the officers and U. D. MINER I ford. In chaooery at .ID certaII conziy......of.
Calitornia. and unless
; or we are ,, In
.. I pendin&wherein
what quantity of land and the numbar of agents thereof: and from granting free n Boherti fa tAt
'- and up we is
not "do and
't' Florida and In Florida acres the Atlantic and Gulf Canal and passes and discounting the fare raid by : -1-" ..,", ___ -,,-OSt I t rta his .- the defendants hta
: not Bradford Okeechobee Land Company has reclaimedfor the public.;generally to the members of whoCorrespondents I at public outcry iu trOD,of the court boost d
.t :, county. We have as healthy a portion of '1I of said county on the las day or Anu A
; .1" : the State and other purposes approved the Legislature or salaried officers of this 887..the same being the first Monday in i
I ,' ,, the State as can be found. AH SemiTropical Feb. 16th, 1885. iiEW IUISC"'BERS. month during the legal hours of sale,tee fa
.,:- fruit. profussily here and ttate."nd to prohibit receiving the same.Provide IDa lands situated in the county of Bradf n
grow Provides that if from the report of the i.''A. .*,'''>t.. A, ?' the said said State of Florida,and known dtj,
11. field. crops yield abundantly. and for all ....ttro'tida, 10 Imps; I I as follows,to-wit: aD
committee it is found that the. trustees_*jfr!. :L' tablespoonfuls; f .Vt.n\.."._ The West half of Section two;the East 1
that unknown syrup
we are to the world.
I simply the Internal Improvement, ..... Tinctu re of gingpfcja; fey"violation 'ollshing gla I the Northeast quarter and the East half A
4fr. because we WON'T ADVERTISE. Gentle- I Southeast quaretr of SecUdVthre
i t f r conveyed to said,-w.&>*"ptirt'of : No. 2.-Aroma Swliiall!! be punished by \ fine not "&ir dad I I Northeast qnarter of the Northeast
m n the peoples wishes are otherwise. d.1 ,, -- ----- I Section tt-n in Township the Range e
r J sons on its..'re dres3 used.j I und have ceeding one thousand aod not less than l South nd East,and containing(Jfc5)tI"
not. }.. and twenty acres of land more ] ,
1 tyti in Central Park t in Ired or
: .. .' 6UMMERVILLE SHAKEN AQAIN...11,: a skirt without i-_....-panyor to any per- one hundred dollars, or imprisonment WATCHMAKER Terms carh; purchaser to pay for l.
.' not exceeding one year. fro:6i.all RENILY F. YOSp
.r''Yt but C>irnamentciLAccount land that they have he county jail -ANDJEWELER- : ?i

Jo* The Jar Pr eded.Ac"",'le8''' I fancy choos Cs JWttifned or reclaimed, that the said Punishing receiving and sending any pass W MJvKS&F. D.FKSBO.

BUfficod, bu.__Followed Thosuu..by iriy i took v- ball it i iSji trustees: are authorized and enforced to to persons specified in the bill, and that. STARKE. FLA.PECJAL'6ttlmtion of the atfe so- Lake: Butt'r.Oomp1a.nt F 8Ucitor: 5-1m

_-" an hour to deliver a message on th panted and take such steps as shall be necessary to 'the law shall take: the effect Governor.immediately up- L-o Clocks and Jewelry given, &c.' to, Ac.re-wiriPK All work Watehu doneat parts county "LOHID' HAlLWAY.

_exchango even whenajjr folonged Roar- reclaim such lands or any portion, pro tn its approval by reasonable price for cash. Eniuire of Eichard NAVIGATION cuMPANY.
Au act to pn.voke and abolish to pre and Pace : .
Tt''!JcCand the Boat Greater vided an amicable settlement of the mat- licited.
municipal government of the town or TIME CAR EFFECT MAY 1887,12.1)1)) )
.1. .. Ten-Mile HIM and ter can net be bad. sent .
'1ittE_-- Ladson's Road. cf PalatkaamUo reorganize a city STARKE LIVERY STABLE.FEED Tina Ru"by 90th Merldai Time(te
city A
* : ) An act to incorporate a company to can WESTERN DIVThON.

.L S .The Charleston, News and Courier of and deal in fruits vegetables, oysters and government for the said to t.n or city. AND .I II I, Sort; and Quickest Route Conmnfons totfew Orleam
to Poc
At 1053: o'clock yesterday Flori Provides that the City Council shall divide Suthwet. Dlr
ti Monday says- fish at St. Lucie and Crystal River, AND SALE STABLES. Norhwt

: c 1 ... 0. morning in Summerville, there was a da. Provides for the incorporation of the city into four wards, and shall I.1 'a"' meats.A.M.time .JL I

,0 :'. shock
'. C cOO. ; at lea t.", was the most pronounced that Each voter shall vote in his ward, the A If have no money 11 40& 7 80 p Ar Ja1onve 0 I
.. powers. L. you lOSOa8lta 8 p AT 4
: k, 1:'"' 1: has been felt in that suburb since the 22d Resolution reQuesting Out Representatives -! Mayor shall appoint inspectors of election, ::t'l' .0 Bdwin... ; I

4 'R. .4 .. .... of lastOctolxr. This shock was of such to use every: effors to have the appropriation and provides a manner of holding elections D VR produce and we Tlia 61'la 4 3 26 27pAr pAr Madison UTeOak..L1058.....JtriOlf$ t 7 ,'

.. : felt in the Marshal to be appointed by the bring us 5 15 Ar Montlcello Jr
t ...:" .:: intensity that it was plainly every increased. for. the improvement AE a 219 p 135pW

.. :- ; part-of Summerville and for miles around of Apalachicola Bay and its tributary City Council, and provides compensationof 33a 12 UpAT.n..Ue.k t : 227pli. zs P I ..

.; .' '., the town. the Marshal and Mayor, and prescribes R. will trade--- only do not for- 12 01 p 11 25pArRiTi-rJunc..AJiflSp J
On 1111Sl there was a perceptible tre rivers. J 11.00 p ArMarianna..J9s07p
.
l' mor. andHCwm on June 3. but these were An act create and establish the county duties and p,wer of the city officers sod EZ 8'OP 8.15 a Lv De Funiak Spr..r 7.0p

of the variety with which Summervilleansare of Sumter and their compensation and provides for the want 500 SOp 5.15 a Lv Lv Pensacola..i 1 I
of Lake from portions: et that we newSuscrlbers 3.00 a |Fiomatou..j 11.58p
so familiar that they passed without government of the city and the duties ( fits .s o- ; '100 a LT Mobile .....r 22a 7
much comment. The peculiar feature of Orange counties. 8.00 p Lv New Orleans. )
: the disiurlmm-e! yesterday rr.orning. how Provides that said county shall be established officers. And provides rules for the First-class tuurnouts furnished at all at 7.20 a 7.5 p Lv!oDtmer.' 7J3a '

4.,- .: ... ...w'f''f'r., was the roar, the prolonged rever CO days after the approval of the exercise of its corporate powers. hours day or night. once. !5 p p 1.2. a Iv Lv NaJnie .A IUOp liOs '
"- :; Iteration" which was fio loud and continn Provides the. manner of assessing and Terms Reasonable. Give us a tnal. ass p 12.36 a Lv Louisville.... 22Sa
and for its organization.
to to demand more than and ordinary act provides I ANDREWS" ALVAREZ, 8 15 a 8.20 p Lv Ccnnat..A &a
.' ous no collecting taxes. i ____. __ 7 JO Lv ....
attention. According to the state That within 40 days the Governor shall btarke:) Fla. n 7.10 a P Lu '.4 a I

,: .. : ments of several ol servers the sound appoint county oflcera who, upon giving An act to abolish the office of state SlOp No 1.and"S.40pLv 9 CI..AIo B

; ,- ;, .. waves approached from a point between bond shall upon the expiration of the Printer and to create a system of control ORANGE COLLEGE, Cape J.N. Jones' B .ark.bte xperJee Troub sleeping can on 1 and 2 t "
and Southwest At first there was of the State J. TEMPLE. .
South and management printing.
% t . faint murmuring sound which gradually 60 days from approval of act enter upon S. STAllKE FLUIDA.S No one of our citizens is bette r known F. K.andN.sleeping can on 9 id 10 1
:
n for the abolition of State Funlak
Provides Printer
4 1_ '. ...:;: increased in power until the actual roar the discharge of their duties, and makes TEMPLE'S :MILLS than Capt. J. N. Jones. Fbr years the SPTiflSfrrREktN: D1YIPIO.
I ., ." dIffused itself beneath and :around and other regulations for the county organiza and provides that all State printing Captain was afflicted with I serious humor Shortest and quickest rout GrtDvOIe.(

.It.' ; above;, like-the echoes of a possible sub shall be let out upon contract to the low- FD&. OPENS SEPTEMBER 6th. 1887 ,, or eruption. on his fa.3. Eve.-yone Lbu.and to all Soutflorlda.lead -

4 &, : : .tenanean. thunder.' When the rattling tion.An est responsible bidder. No member of and continues ten months with vacation Cnrist- hereabouts. doubtless, well remember the ( .up. Read *
NoS. .J
act to amend an act to establish the No' Ho7.I1.25a
-,. ." irin was at}1 maximum, the quiver came.E State MANUFACTUREROF ma. week. case. Well, now fa a mat Ar of valuable J' 4.00p .rFernandina..L10.10i
4. ..ery ho'um'the!. town mut have been municipality of Jacksonville, Florida, the Legislature er officer shall be TEAC1TER8. act, jurt read over his own "ignature how 7.455 ..p ArCaUahan ,. ..A11J7J

: .. ,f ttin! motiftn...tbe general! feeling being provide for its: government and prescribeits : interested in' said contract Printing AND DEALER IK Prof. O. P. Tonne teacher of Natural Science the Captain got rid of the chronic and 6tl& p L.Baldwin.-...
I 3 thajt the earth beneath the houses had been shall be done in the State and the bond Sawed and Dressed Yellow Pine and the Normal De artmetit. Prof. C. J. Den- disagreeable eruption: | % p. 8.0 Ar Jab TIe.. .d 3a_

TinTlntlyai...ed and wia settling, like a jurisdiction and powers, approved i. given shall so ctato manner of given no- Lumber of .every Descriptlan and ton. A.R. etc.teacher Mia of D.the J. Pearce Clamics teacher, Higner of Matbematica Instrumental -- STAKKK: Fi.. .. JaS. 26. 1887. 4.10'l5a a 1.0pLYLw J.8 p LT ....A Ay.18 p P
.
.' -'I' sinking1'ship prating upon underlyingr May 31st. 1887. Provides that"the Recorder tice of call for bids. Quality.Latlis and Vocal Music and Calesthenlcs.Primal' Swift Specific Co7/AtIanU Ja: 3.44 p 12" Stke .. ...Ar.,v J1

..
.4 '. ;i" : Ihi-re was a panic in the town. Although certificate of election. The appointment the law within 60 days after the adjournment Pickets, Railings Bracketaand ttm*. BOARD badly broken out from disordered blood :2.02a 380p 11.31 7.1)0:) pLY a Lv Hawthorne.Cedar Ke),.. .Ar Ar ij .

1 iino'sunlly severe, the shock was of the Legisleture.The Finishing Lumber constant on for three or four vears. The luctors were 1.17a ll.OtaLvCIlraOragw LakeABpl
.. of a.committee of commissioners to Board of Commissioners make Can be had with the PRINCIPAL at $3.00 per determine eirfct .
: tnken with the toicism of long familiarity can hand.jJ3ff unable to the nature of lO2aLvSUverSpring..Au1p<
..p'. few divide the city into nine wards for the different contracts for different kinds or week. payable weekly washine and ironingextra. 11 50 p 10.10 a Lv Ocala .....ArJp 1
the I took
I. and minutes their
Filling
plienomena. a eruption.
with iltese Specia! attention given to Good, conrenlent and pleaaant board prescriptions 1O.02p 9.00 aLl WJdwood. Ar \P
-... Ift'er nearly cvt-rylKvly in Summervill was purposes of the first election to be held I classes of printing or binding. Orders with very cheap. In private families. without experiencing any beiefit. About 4.15 p 8.39 a Lv Pa. ffkee.-.Ar Ip 1..

,. ijuittlv ;.':-\tl'll in church.Or. after thE passage of this act. No contract An act to protect mechanics artisans Dispatch. The school pleasantly healthfulness.Free situated and. Ptarke a year ago, I took six bottle4of S. S. S.. 8.40 p 8 a>a I.. tumtrle. Ar Ip I
."II. Onerin.'ho has kept 'and laborers and material men, and to la.noted for its extreme and the humor 3.08 p 7.a Lv -tp 1
perhnps eruption
; _. C. or "tnUrely dis
!
T ; WorK term as in the past.
r-- ato which the cities have entered shall Scroll :2-isp 7.t'a Lv Owensboro.. Ar J'p!
for the coHection of
the mrl accurate ruwJ of te repeated provide speedy money I For catalogue or particulars. apply to appeared. I regard's. 8. S., .is one of the l.SOp830p TOOaLvDarteCitv. '.
.. \. hok' ; in>nmmervilli bUice August 81, be impaired City ordinances shall continue due them for wages or materials fur- AND G. P. YOUNG. very best purifiers of the blood. i.1tp: K.o a Lv Leesburg..,- ,AT I,

,- Ib""';. I4 M vii-tcnhy: lo'a repurtor, in Sum- in force where they .are not iucon- nished. Provides a lien and the manner June 25, '87-Am. Principal. Yours truly, I 115.Lv Tlnare ....Ar III.
inrrrill' lUnt in the of tliein.ensifj'f amended of acquiring the same. Provides that any 7.37 p -: a Lv [opka ......Arlp-t
:
respect Msteutvith! this act until or Vegetable and OrangeCRATES J. N. JONES. 7 10 p e.V L.r Orlando .
<> llir l ru:>r Itflll Us duration it was the repealed'by succeeding city council, or person who shall performed labor for There.js no doubt that: b-vift Specificwill Through S>I lev.Mng Cars on Nos.? -t'
.. mt>M rrtrarUnUe recurrence (>f the dis- railroad. canal, telegraph or telephone cure- catarrh malarIa rheumatism tween Jackt uviIe! ant Orlando,wits<
since thc 2'2.10f lust October. by limitation. companies whether in contracting, repairing or.e dollar a berth. ..
down
: ;. ;Of>, turbm.cts! expire run system. cancer, serifula. or &i y and 4 daily except Sunday.a I 1.1
-. : As to the'im.eiliitc. \efIe ts'of( the motion Officers. shall coatinue to. discharge duties or operating the same shall have other blood di-,,'l'lh'r..111u.lle! treatiseon FERNASDIA AND JACKSON'

.. of thc'arth: they |weT proniHinctd enough uf4iH>fIt<:jers of succeeding.municipal a lien of superior dignity upon-said rail- A SPECIALTY. all blood uiwus! m-iilcd free on ;':>- (any.) .
l I'ose articles taliti-s, shelves, roads, canal, telegraph or telephone companies to Bead 4
to rait plication Swifi S wcillc Cc., Urawer 3 up.
J4' :i'r nnd'thc furnlfre generally. It was not goe shall be eiocted and qualified.. and properties thereof. Ownersof Atlanta Gu. Nol No 5. i .
.*. .' Iinwerer.) strong emiugh to leave any AnTRsJror reorganization: ot the city mills atul manufacturers 'shall post ALSO FOR sALEACRES t tTl'pholdt 5.;P K.aia ArJa-Vsonviile ,. Lv 5>
Ar l
.. ; pt-nnHWut trar.es of _the passage of the JTeiuandina, providing for the organi.zati.iLi. notice of What part i is exempt from this: 40 P.0 a Ftruandl 'a. .Ar 6._
(-&rih'avt'S.. It ill-parted just us it hud lieu; otherwise all parts lire subject. Persons Scarlet and Yellow l'eV.,18. At Callahan (with lCt'IONs
: i
*
of the
conferring powers Mvanuh. .J
to the North corporation *performing labor farm, garden. / I Me**lu Olpbtlieala, Small-pox W'ter for Savannah. ,
come, the nmr dying away upon Jairt -
east'with( the DwlllncbolY'deere cendo that etc. .. orchards, etc.. shall have a lien upon such B. .50\ 0'1' I I II i Commercial College 'NaTOM.0: Cholera: ee. lanta.York Cincinnati. Washington.St. Lcuis Balti 1 <--

j niiks the disappears. of both sound An act prescribing. jurisdiction and premises tor such labor. that any person i CfcUMf But BniaMtC90i9 in tAt Wvtt Darhys Prophylactic FluiJ will; destroy p/intt wet and Northwe Ce

811d hock. and reguiatjng the proceedings in who shall furnish limber to railroad or I the infection At r Spr wit
; powers of all 0"
-----E. fevrnitnd all cou- Steamers.At '
and shall have Hen
.10 At itienth's station at tadpns other companies a ; provides
line both of which the the criminal court of Record. Provides the manner of .acquiring and enforcing LANDSuitable B .. ==_ tagions anti inffciious, di4a H. Will l)de1ty with Florida Soother
i"Hd. ua fault in. for the. trial, by said COQ S, of all "riminalcases all liens in this ... ;;! the Tamp *
keep
riolojrisis; have locliit.t\ the the chapter; providing ...._. ? e.-a. atmosphere nr any sickroompure At Orla: do, with South '
4 un 'cil lj Lug rocks the sound. or rather not capital, which shall arise in the p-mishment'for officer refusing to serve .. ...... .......W.S..IS.. sfwgL and whole.oine hlw Sanford Lockelana and Flor R
rbi4"
< md ties-:
.
of ......r.. ,1dss. > i At Cedar Key.with SteamerOuTcr
tlI(' 1 1'''I. is fetid to have.lteeji all pf A Urriflc counties! in whichtAid court is established, any writ or paper for the enforcement for Orange Groves, in Lots try unhealthy trHuvia and :Muntlay ai-d Thur day 'or Manatee i..
"bf the earth createa this act.COXTTlTCKD contagion.
and the lieu by
'. ; din bhaking and which have'heretofore arisen and notbeen of 10 acres and "P, as may. be wanted ':;otice.I Will neutralize had CLYDE'S. NEW YORK AND FLOBII8HIPL1NZ.
._' l't'I'p"rliuu'lh'h' wvere.la any smell whatever.
( NEXT WKIJK.)
...' tltit! i-ity the-roar: w'a\i>eard by several finally determined. This said court Not. 1-Iv. Lave not heard from my s
I .,. :" {vrsons in different'quarters, and about t t. shaH; .have the same power in issuing war- -- Swearenjjen who left me. on the second U&e Darbys Prui.hylactic Fluid in !,f4U Jacksonville Friday Sundays for -and .
:.' .. time as that at which it -was of 1886 and last heard II every New York. ( c
1 the Mime ants, attachments aud summonses that O. I. KEENE day Apnl was oat .
sick-room.
: .. t
.. uinmrrville. It Commissioner's Sale 4t. j *
I : .'beard in was not gener- now'exercised BroAksvilleon the 12th of April 1886 I S- ISLAND BOTTTE.
C. by the circuit court in \
% j r 4 allyjelt; howevcs .nd knSeed it was not are PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF.flOH. J. Millinery Fancy Dress Goods when he ci'trjigeu lila S.rvices to a cattle ,. $teumer Ep,vrv K7C TlU-f UftCUOnT-
-. .. beiievcd. lohive tsmnection: with an criminal matters. The process f ball run IN R. B chard, County Judge or Bradford drover. He w*s 26 years old. rather tall N. J. Jones & Co., have moved their, m,Wednesday and Saturday. connect
i: Ii JJ '.. ., earthquake unli} the news Of the shock at throughout the State and be served in county. Florida. I will sell before the CourtHouse NOTIONS. KID G LOVES. PAUASOLS. I black eyes and his hair was inclined to office since the fire to the rooms in the eh'ga.tSt.mer St.Nicholas Inside
reoeiwd..The umani1 deor in the town 4 Lake Butler- tlip Silk Umbrellas Zi-pliyr--in t. fri 3umuierville: W.H same manner as other. papers; and piocess 1st Monday in August 1887, the'same being the curl. any information .f his whereaboutswill where will sterfniers for Baltimore. PhiUvSelphia
I
f\"stllti'/n"lu I'harlesliea: .was .in.variaby! ln .. of material 1 f..rI' received his they gee all tb ir old friends !
; I .. Ut day the following described property"bt> ?- be thankfully by sorrowing and SW&SrWALTER 0001).'
having.bee faint anddoubtwss froni.ihecirctlfticourL' ] Court hail be t'ic estate of W. F. Loweu deceased.MU customers and all accounts now due i
1 i described M "my inc to and hrukcu htrtoocl l mothl r. GfD lira
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.;.. ; Mid county. anJ SU'e. Sold: lor paymmt of .1 I I .
.f _' ,. 'C. ;: :_ 'any day of the werk: tto pt Sunday, when cthuib&u'1nictual wrtsion at the debts.. Terms cash. purchaser. paying for titles. 1 I f't'rotupt attt'lJti'\I to ul..n.. Starke. Bradford O.. Fh-. '; L's-eiiger&O.MAc1o'oi.r.l a -4
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., _:)- :- -o$0'q-. ',. i.. .-1:: ,' '.1'; ..:, the- tbe uuice Itreets.of "..,.::::!;t;./'}"' time of 1 g.Id court, in which event July 2, 'lSj) w. Commtmtooer.< ., Jan. 41883.6m.. J.UKS SYILLFLA.. .' Florida. paper p.easpy.! j A fulllin. of schoolbooks. at li. U. Jones. F l"l)X.11.1 n-iait.-. ,f

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John B. Gough requested that on his THB B4.ILBOAO COMJWIS5IOW.: I OCALA, FLA., June 20. 1887. '
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CITY.NEWS. manument the following aetiment shouldbe ;o rae Editor of Tn TTIZOEAPK

cut, as part of the Inscription: "I Bradford County Co Me* Forward Having visited Starke and other points I W Ti lttti>
.
With a Candidate for a Place.STABKE LtatJJ p
City Council can desire nothing better for the great described to me as the orange region of .
meet on Tuesday hext. FLA., June 15, 1887. it to :,
country than that a barrier high tiS he.v.n Bradford county* I feel my duty o '

School Board meet Monday! thoukl be raised : recognise the co'>rteiesextended ton I
r between the unpollutedlips From the Times-Union. many loft 1[ ft. UrI

ROYALr,4 County Commi39ioners Cou;. of the children sad the intoxicating the Governor to ?, na p.1 L'orhe surprise I experienced at 8.11';
t on Mon. !"now devolves on I' 8hnie i.t f"
day. cup; thr.t 'everywhere men end women aponl; Railroad Commissioners under niisg: ;r> beutifnp! section, with orange ; fl..t.I,

should rrl' and determined rores moft luxur-iat ia growth and
e
h&nt'.spgoian.whatever
.t Mr. J. G. Alvarez ha s'roag '!ie recent act of lh j L;gis1.:tare, aud ai it '
been fruit. When I arrived atkre
exceedingly wih
loced
will defile the bo
y.pol1n.e Bradford 1 FL \
% happy this 12.3 ben a long time since county ST.ltItE IIi .
week.it'saglijijjs '- Mr. S. F. G.irdinsr. who I '
first. the- mine or bzrden the heart has had rgcogafflon in the anpoiutntat ; 1 first met ;

I Mr. J. W. HO ',1 !left fu rday last foWelbora. rg?.!fGbtl and' hw trot .". The senac of Ole any of.h'r citizens to a S'cleposition I ;-.uoly reuaark : Can I osfist you sir, I I S 5S ,t "."'1 .II -. .

: .. ,t :'ta. ** hp.? been duly added to the stone. :i would er- to be about time W"J oace a i I r? ,erbere myself and 1 erai.reite I r :

fjcw-otof atrrr>ler. SaM
., II Don't forget to 1 'brl come ol the patronise should Tall) toir I. S
attend the picnic 0: ... T sir thank I mt5ti ana 'Jran'11
pre just right yon. ,: vjkioas '
you
Crosby Lake on the 4th day of July. Miiica1e.S.S. lot, if i's distribution is to ts at flls3jJizd. for and
traveler
been a mr-ny years
Dr. A. JK. Powell, of this .TC I
Judge Keith has his new house completed The ennual'recital of Miss Emma Ho. jve ircTcled ova every Southern State, I '
for the
and has moved in. 20.('$musirale cl?ss took place on Fsidvyevening county, po is'ses qu&Ufications that tad it ii such a geatlewon as yourself itrs i ,

4KIr4GPOWDER last at the residence of Col. W. position of a Railroad -Commicsioner .
What has become :) been my fortune to meet who at once eGo4S L.... .1111..17'
men. ofoui-hog. council W. Moore, and wa wltiesssd b" a Ir.rje chould not be overlooked. places a stranger Pt e?'e. During my Wfl.t6 ,

number of our c1zens! who pressed: He was for many years one of-the State
1 SHOES
friend
BOOTS AND
I the Ity: in Stake thronsh my new G lT AND BOYS' HATS,
Watermelons are getting cheep, even themselves as being highly pleaded with cirectors of an important railroad in of most of the ,

cheap enough newspaper. men. the entertainment. The following n>m d tae 0* North Crrolina and was for five made\ the&cquein'pnce other- AND FINE CLOTHING. .
__ citizens'and business nun S
-I young ladies composed the class of ih? directory of the erding .P
ki Go to the : y.2r.rs.president '
picnic at Crosby Lake on I difiBcult to obtain I hate spent a S
Me
Miss I'aca.Sweat. hTw Gartrude WU' therefore in i -
I %, same rorcl. lIb experience, I
Monday the
fourth.. I Lizzie Sweet. to Hattie wm I Icon week where I shall remember as one of S -
Carrie Adam.3, Bessie Hayn, ri'ilioid matters entitle his claims to a S
; Absolutely Pure. Bennie Witkovski h building a boat .1sL Moore, Emily: Alvaret. be the most pier sr.nt little towns of the South. .
thai should respected,
to be put oa Croby Lake. ". Ida WI ooskl. Ida Alvarez. .-ii.l.el1'.tion StNke h'b a uuraber of'em. rpriMflg and
This powder never varies. A rotf-vei ', Florence Witkovsti; Fannie Tl-r'.n. anu.the high positi n\n this line of preferment .
: of purity strength and wbole ome\1C6s. The F. R & N, wil sell return tickets a Muggie Sulc1er8, he held ia 'North Carolina show noble herrted 1ZIl who bespeak much for -1. CAEBELl r

More economical than the ordinary to any point on the line of road for one The several pieces selected for the evasion hr future velwre end I recognize in Mr. ,.

kinds, and cannot be sold in competition fare, good from the aer-ond to the third. were rendered in the most artistic ;he cflimals placed on Us i'.bUuy and in- Gardiner especially qualities capable of

; with the multitude of low test, short + those who knew him best. .
by
weight. alum of phosphate powders. Prof. G, P. Youug hr.s htued a net and creditable manner,;nd elicit:*!many I egriiy ReUroad CbmmLiion law : reflecting much credit to your town. -.----- Tr+PirrtAQBH

$ Sold-only in cans. Royal Baking Powder little catalogue of his school: which does well deserved complimeuts to pupils and Under the 0 Speaking PS 1 lu-ve stated, from years of ,

Co., 106Wall-st.. N Y. ieachoi. AiUsH wr cneeiilly compli- this State one of ihe Commi'onei's is require ia ;veling through the South-
great credit to bis whool. xperience
t I Anril 17. '86. mented or. her skill ..nl. proficiency a to be a man acqudu'ed with the in Smith and Sheet Iron Worker
1 bcve hesiincy stating
Jo
.,._ __ iLL ra Stc/es Tin
L. There l bed ,
arA jv* street crossings teacher, possesuin rare musical talent. working of such inbtiiutioas. Itissu'i>- IhciTcf-Juatl ia Bi";-iord county a

I in the city. M.. Street Comjrtfee they After the regular progi'-'mioe for the mined that Dr. Powell i is eminently more hct 3Tlarn 4.
, htsl'h atvin 'jelth: rastoring section. Sta.rfse: -
need ropairs. evenings entertainment was finished, Bui&d to filled this place demandea under

Mr. Irvin refrephmeuta were served, when a great law than some man who has been connected pith snorose fouatry superior to anynotioa JLOCATED in Btarke, In the brick building formerly occupied by C 5
Johns
i ie Florida plmost <
? erecting a 8U r.ro. of-South being entirely vm 10 line from tb citizens or t.he town and surrouSnTOUJy. S
grist mill fad cotton 2in on his p ace oa number of volunteer pieces were per- with rdlrorxls in the Stale since, it free frora the pet of inocte, and ,J pectfufly solicit work my Charges moderate. Roofing Gutters and

the vopt'a kJ: of
: her superior musical talent ana with railroads since heleftNortkCtvolina. I r m a PO p''Ui-U v oni numerous In- Leaden *.. PBOHPTLY FILLED. -
oaicutlly ORDERS
,_ Mr. E. G. Hill, of Law'tey has some ledy-like demeanor, MIM Hogan has ouiric< 'dZY?made, 1hz t chills r nd mflarial ALL --,
Upon the ecore of capacity aad fever uninowii there.
Try handsome pear trees. and they :;e won th' love and re'pect of all our fete entirely -- S
an uayieldiag uprightness of charectei1 Now Mr. Editor I desire to sy thc-t I KM'SFine
loaded:down with fruit. Indeed she to TIIEBIiU ,
young people. enjoys, avery section of "
it can be abundantly shown that he will am so phrt d wih? your country

: I I*:'. J. L. Gaskinj 1mt. three ber.uiLV.: groat extent, the confidence and ei- ; favorably nth any man who.can and ito h:1)it?ble people, *..t I have determined A. L.VOD KIR? Calf AJ11 tnr.
compere SID
dc.te to settle
eem of our entire community. Siuoe at an early among DONGOLA .
: pear ecs in hi-'vr.rd, they ee qu:_'.voting 'be exhibition there boa been an adcitlcn be brought in competition with him. you. w'a-re,I am satisfied I shall haTe ad- oIlODi1w..s

I but loaded! tiC i fruit.i I. the interest of the public superior to any portion of the Kangaroo
"I of five new pupils to her class, viz : Mrs Unquestionably ventg"2 SHOES $250.

I Column Dawn. Mrs. F. R. Morgan hr.s returned to hrbelovwi W. S. Richardson, MUa Estell Bngg, and the railroads would be as safe in his South I am I a have aa'ive visited.of Anderson 8. C., and it Ladies who hare been BOOT HI SHOE STORE, oeI made : ordet. $3.00. '

PRO!. J. E. DODD; I am pleased to sr.y fiir several wtek? vlnt to her Kiss Della and Menr.y Crews and Mr. I oands as any in whose bszte rival interests ie but jmt for me to state, that the Sunny 5.. J' .

I for your benefit and the public that we si-'erinSou-hrioriua.: W. C, Barnes. are to bs ectrustjO.. South hc5 many attractions, as yet but wearing $4 and $2 LIne" of 3 :
"Golden Dawn" fora Also Complete meD.
I have been using your C { :S. little haowa to ths No.th and West. and desiring
year or more in our family and find it lii3q Emma Hogun cud Miss Loc Tire. Peering ihtI have trespassed upon your.. Shoes, STARKE S .

HOSt excellent for pain and nervousness. Sweet I'ilcj i remain Economy, Sty* and ei7-Boy
I paid Gainesville & flying visit his KiNG LEY No-7r tine patience Women, Ml *. and,
I We cheerfully recommend it. Thursday morning at 3 o'clock, the Your friend. Comfort should try i #
week.
T. R. MILAM. M. D. _ col.t:belonging Io Mr.Frank Hollings We iiave hra de1i;' tful weather Lor\.lrpt W. A..Ki:r. pair of this Cetebrat toil.

i Leesburg Fla., March 261887. Fire Cicke-3 Tor srle at Morgan:' torth situated oa the erst side of the Children Shoe, come
J1ROOF..T. DooD: vre'k the mercuiy seldom 1 gob:pbove : Florid line of Shoes. 'Lad: FLORIDA .

My little son willic WAS cured right Baztar for the 4th of July an.: oon't you S. ilroud, opposite the residence of Mi-s 38 .ith a fine shower every day Wee& French Kid Shoes

I of chills and fever with your forget it. Svfi-kman, was discovered to .be on fire loo ii1g Ihriity. Melons begin to show The te: ofi'loridpreeat to the cap- hem. -.' j S S
; pway ere the thenroievJon..l
Dwn." W. A. flFICEII.J -.ic: in a short time wei totally consumed itr'i-tpnd laborer sporteman $'00. .. .
"Golden .
fences. Plumn the .
of the mechanic
Mr. T. VV. Sweat will commence ooa ovcv the tops l're I mn and the -
ARCHER. Fla.. Oct. 6, 188(., b/ the flams The premises were occu.ied manure'urer and W. A. Del.i -
t to erect house his lot in the oi3e, fi ju-t/02SiDn'ino. end they cr.i f.mr.nd 'prtist, the
in I a $2,000 on :
R F:UODD:-I takepleaaure eayin.7 "" ;
-. vr l eiger, who, with his fern hote1k'ejir, alike unequal ed oppor- M.L'Engle. :
that your "Goldea Dawn" and pills"ate place of his old one.JI' riae 8ne tco. je : ,_ .JI 1"I.. N .f -.g'
I iij, wr- temporarily absent. Every ar 'j'llti for vestment, cmpioymeni enjoiiiiit. .
. jnost excellent. W. ivScoTi.. : T* clrJ'i 1 la fu'i! blat and plmo'.t evcsy | 'r\ete. nu1t ot -g iotttu, : .... :- : .
rnd bousehouooJs a.a
I Gainesville. Fla.: Sept. 18. 1886. ) :;. J. N. Jones: will hrve ciirrg of ,;cle of wearing apparel thna olin r ctntt .. .
a-c :'.I S j H li"- .;c rer NIC: tcuu-'ior any
: Y. .
'. S Prof Dodd's medicine, Golden Da\7,, the department of College WPS destroyed.It cooler in the N.BAKEI,'C..1, ;
Ornate it is
5'' 'winiary We huu a long lei'er from M i.;. L. St. ;ie ia fie: union i ; yet W. .
Pills j.t.t Manager.
that the house I.r3t l/ENGUE.
., Medicine and Vegetable i supposed was orColoivclo HENRY A.
Dyscntary thU coming 6p.-siou. .l1mjII: Mont*il", Oregon
nil le found on sale at Rivers & Jinej .' ioH.I: *ill1 thea fired by the robber. who L m Illinois this summer she -ays at t. bee. ue of lie influences* of the sea. JAvIsov1thJ FLA.. ,.

j and J. I. Gaskins drug stores. There Is a petition cireuial iug in the 9 o': ock a. m. the mercury is ft 90 and It h> .he Ladt equitable clim!te" in the # .

. June 4 87-6 m I county for a court house election. It is FLORIDA APPLES. fom 11 to 8 p. m. it b 100 0 rnrt come "'-ol.l('. It i1 i a Iierlth: report for thoinimds. ."....,.,/.. S .

meeting, we lenn, with great enthusiasm. dpiroinlOo0 to 107, in llie t-hada: 1. b.- S,;.'H.GOO acres of -olid laid, w BU8Il D'Zro RECEIVED. c61.l.ECTlOca. .'
of water GENERAL: B4NJCING
mites ,
e' $ I Ficlt TSiat; Can Aud is Rrlse1.i : I "How i: ta.'t for hfh. Surdy.the f'':'XX!i.>ql1.re 3 1.300 mii33 o? De= co. st.I WLIa 00 4 HADE AT USUAL BATES OF EXO1-O- ..
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Martyrs to Headache The young people gve M'-z iLzie i .. D.'adfoul Cou.i
01II about I of L.wtey, with family i '\ iaknd navigation of more than 100,000 -
. Sparkman a surprise orr-y on last -aur,- >ere va.i no ongcr! be a doubt i Col Siiira.-n ':

' Seek relief in vain, until they begin tot dry night rod all i1.d.1 fine lime tk iec.ct:: -siDg: this Cie: fruit o! all fruitit! frat: sevcrrl dtys here, :Jailing and r- \ mile 2.000 mile of railway. ; :
It ilL s Store'South .
- I use Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Then they regret BO says our Foreman. rioritr7e weie shown a uuuple ol z:: ::t'U.J It pWK'ucLi' a million bushels of oranges The Largest Book : _
the of suffering they might .
years oI.'\- .
aweet applc-s rs can be produced ir Mr. K ickebv'er rac family 'lly. -
fine
have escaped had they tried this remedy Master Hp.r 7 ChI; k is'De of o'.r;6.iiig in j'e more ;'hm half the Sea Iil ? o' 3
oi the country. They wen tew weie also hee, they were cuug'it e it proilut-3" .
mea. lIe hat beer alone -ow for purt
earlier. The trouble was constitutional young aay nd ooUo" crop of the Uuiied States. DBIW
several me D b Ho is 2 well be- W. W. Tumblm. one of I fad wiad s'orm: that completely HORACE
)f not local; and, until Ayer's Sarsaparilla -- .- zooc r.cd by Judge rain :.. r-i i *' tIC: fmoit oranges, !pineapples SS

did its effective wo : an I huved r'Y boy.-:oc-. -rVv]oK>- for fci ibe *return.- u ol-. jado'd's, & solid citizens, and wr.rmes launched them mot: ef the way from I f ,;; cacoauuis in the world. "

. 41terativeBiood pnrifleri;they were his parent. .u: Z in iiis beauiiful place *u:t3UP..1"uyt'o I I T JL iv rT"I/*J"""*. 5tc-poiis annually. immense quantitiesf i 59 and 61 WEST BAY 8TBE-RT,

v 5 .ere hige :: At this place the stmm w..s feamil.the. : garden vegetcblep.x .
compeYeT .
to suffer. Father of of timbt I'qimatfsi
Lynch of --.' milUoa- acrs
Gainesville, was 111 ,* -S-S .' A > >- r9 '.
--Ifti i wife of Samuel Page, 21 Austin the city f"ln8lV a subscription for a out side of Ihe cily, anu .. -11V nbunder sc! JACKSQNVII.E, Sc7STA . :

r st, Lowell, Mass., was, for a long/time, there Catholic was Church.several hundred We understtma dollars raiaeti that good iized oranges, to y were ot a yet. ., ect" lisht'uinj! WAS the most trr-- r pd.'o.-f'th :;Orc.1nc"'hl.u.li, sitle t 'and mllTt' AND RETAIL .

t S subject to severe headaches, the result i color end meJy ra m!bUng the old fasrionedhnreit I .er: >4g1roi lo it. ;-: WHOLESALE
i enough so that it ill a sure tiJn3'! : -I,i rifle: we h:\e ev.r witnessed and by far -
of stomach and liver disorders. A 0,t--'l I 3.JotpstandhkeStepbc. AND FANCY DOOM
perfect of i" MUSIC TOYS ,
,
apple Tai
S Michigan. the closvt to u*, that yri hare j ha' .f ve. a. great ONERY PAPER .
Prof. G. P. evei, ,
COM has been effected by Ayer's1arsaparilla. YOL1ngcij lllllte.la pe lion T. !i w estcn ive heru u .."'qj a I I t? -.
ill had
Jo the Board of Pi'blic Instruction for an: .Jut'e he ceveval trees which have "a* plsr-.cYe of experieacing. Ni'.uierou- i .'o." cf acr-i of pa;itorage.it fter it has gcTh_ W.papo" _pd Periodicals received as soon aa published,ai4

plc appropriation of$1,000 proposing to teact hCc-vycroT.ch ..eon. Since writi.' ; i. the bert the for will there be torci'es" Ilb -plo"In Merchants
globe l
0.1
; in
the woods couary
E- Frank Roberts, 727 Washington st., L'SJmood: ;?3 nc7 by were M, Will soul-h. ol "Tny'&rtben, rt *
a flee school to all the I S low *
, Boston white Bcholt 1'8., be abov our fellow towa- nan, !.i'. G. L. rd.l11g suj"r aud rice.t "
that he had
says formerly terrible He secured over a hl1n' red ..:uck rod diiveicO. Ke ourVthwayTl plovers -
name"
I'd headaches, and until he tookAyer's Cmpbell pr33iieu: ( the TILL c '.' Jr I, : produces mo undrd Jlflcrcnl vane'lXi All the late Boo vc *_ ,
& cubtfiie. c ci'.nfou c'snuj: CIULllb .fLick of wood th other State. y much and quite as good work can M
-
.r.ore .njny
Sarsaparilla, never found S as
any I' Mr. W. C. Blanche ni, well koewa with .uppl1ed at pn1Jli8h S
rt .cdsome
medicine that would givePermanent a vciy cluctsr of C ; I fi1lo :e p.fldlur'd fl'me. We w' II Its fiiheriw are exlsnuve aad their po- ,ana Consumers may depend on OetUr f* *-tnafroni their employes by giving -

Relief. this pl.ce w? nuiiiitr :. C.:en Core brigM! rntt mellow:! <;>pl lc", Mr. Ca.mFl: I I others vc ztuj: .a TI-OJ. of ou. rai- ioiiitv; > without iimil. order filled promptly and aoourataly. <"* 1 -' t f ,

Spungs lat wtel. :io In. A. ." Gwyan, said he n..d noticed ;!IG! i.-ee bi'O- jl'; fa cr.ntile viCT.'b IIi T t exports niuie lini: half a million tolKf' -* Have also fargtlylnorea 9a my atocV of BASK BALL OotiEgraliUiBoir have ..
: Every Spring, for years" writes of that pit ce. We with then- his oul had i:1 crnporiuai .e 5 .a( ; worth <>; .po..:fr. poirnnum.It everything inchSlfng BATS A HALLS'BELTHok UAFS M A.SKS, uLoy:. aad. S
;
-. : Lizzie W. DeVeau, 262 Fifteenth St., a hfPPY piece, p: no tUteniioi oi vky! l for some ime \7hen the c.hoci.3; be- rbiir. ;: in tur. fertilizers. ranging in price from cheapest ;o the : low and ipecijd tar. %
Brooklyn N. Y., "I have had intoler. journey ihiou;h life. not thinhingil would fi-i-U; yuj, lOW ?h- '6J to come nearer and ne.iur rnd mo.-o Itc ir.iiifivl .prings ore foun': of will be made to dwlon or oub* buying in quantities.e S

. of able Ayer's headaches.Sarsaparilla I commenced last March the, and use To moot cliilo.ro, the l).ae sujgestionof will cultivate it, and will no doubt ,-,r.lb; vivid we 'uruel..o eo.,. lhcb t'Jli.JlIneoI ho. liny.f I SorSOE Dz'e-w-. : .. :: i i5

have not had headache since that a good crop or apples' euih ::. \\ In popul tion !ia* mcra!"ed seventy per
::01 a a dose of tvAtor oil is auisjlnj. Wheaphydcisueccefaij lal. \j rut1. h:'d i-e;i-hc'd l'ecenter! of the pi.v;. .: eal. within the l.-t foiutecu I.iCISONTIL\B F''J'' "" .

C time."I suffered from. headache for ibe little oica, not add appb.', to our pjrvoy !org list 6i \hen a vivid :ho.i.:'.l! fiV.b sad ueraend- i ha, double the number years.rt its common -. -- -_ -_ "-'-- !.-- ; .- ti
indigestion -
and debility, and was hardly able ucs:: Ayer'b Cs\lini lie Pil1 They &re .rs f, f..I;ll. ,-T Ct'a.h felieu >I.T io Jie floor, 'sUuok an cliools nuu the common school attendance 5- PROFilltiHALCARD5 .. .. .

., to drag myself about the house," writes and pleas It -0 t.ke. Try them. ci.l.: treia eight ."?ct of 113. jumped: from -. thin the l-t four yeurs. MZTHQW81t5ITURCH. ..' ".
)!ra. M. M. Lewis of A st., Lowell, rth3 St.it? debt is only h"lf a million .
[ Mass. "Ayer's Sarsaparilla has worked Mr*. \'. II. Riveu ;nd d.-u.l\ter ietuiiied .HAMPTON GLtiA)fN G". .1 J3 trI two of the pi. ?-.-. posts. 30.11pietciy dollar.-.-Tampa Tribune.a DR. A.:-SCOTTl.. D. Services.very-gu4ayst 11 a, m."and Sat

I a marvelous change inlny case." I now from their visit to Woithingco.- rhaliering them rnd demoJ1:hing a '. 8 p, tu, Holloen meeting fueaday ....

. I. feel strong and well as ever. We ate glad to sc- the cow caov.se (;.u' portion of the roof one current took oJ Late fn.m Michigaa.
Springs on Tuesday, the die 8p.m. PyerqeUnIqzadajaI4 .
eport
: = Jonas Garman, Esq., of Lykins Pa ] .o< ( S. .
I suffered tion on foot gain. We hrve uot ? yelhefru a button on ibe building went through S
writes For
I have and
, : years very wet the water ve-y.high in the JrKYSlCJAN AND p. .
, 7 dreadfuly,every Spring,from headache riv r_ of b\i:\ one oppo;Iag. voice in i thla: two thictiees! of plank landing inhiJe S RESIDENT m.W.B.RICHARDSON, Piuto .

I caused by Impurity of the blood andie entire dish ict. S at the whee zinc hbo .
pecLely point a wl' N.TermsBessoubl. 8nnday&IooIt9.3Oain.
Tollousness. It seemed for days and
11 t'. weeks that my head would split open. Prof. Oenton left on Monday nielli ''"or \Vo hove h..d frequent showers the p::' : :'.Yil rest-d against the ide of the hone S s. :&RICHARD, Super <"--It

) I Nothing relieved me till I took Ayer'a his hoaie in South Flovidi. II? r: :11 :e- few days which have refreshed evsr jthsn :'hijit :hivti-ed into iwenty pieces throwing URRY MARTIN .. j'IUU;
SarsapariMa. This medicine has cured
t turn in about a month ,o commence-, i and lowe/C; the il side: S '
p me completely. fclightly temperaive.TIaaiploa ::0 the I floor' und tefiing one H4TsrcupRcII. -
Office at Pagans' Drug Store.
II 1 When Mrs. Genevra Belanger of 24 in earnest TM e. isL.nt tcj.c'ir ri' 01':.ie ii to IiVve.a picnic oa the Ith. completely; out anc malting one corner of HervIcesMUal&andp.m,

" 7 use Bridge Ayer's st.',Sarsaparilla Springfield, she Mass.had, began suffered to College. _ Ever -)Qly iI1Y lec1.to be on hend. with a I the ziut-,' :rom ie shatteied board i itttrr.ck TATE POWELL, M. D., Prayer meeting every Wednesday a( r

t S for some years from a serious affection What great Inn it must ue to livo in j, basket of din je-, Yhcve will be laucihekiag -., .; ihrce slior bonn uai'er the ,window After an experience of Iff o\y yer3 ln p. m. tt,TAfeBlftP. P. I>,PjMtor.Sooday .

) 7 of the kidneys. Every Spring, also,she town where they kepp the editor fat on of ba feet, croquet gaines, ktiockiug them coiiipleiely off. At the practice of hlstKofesaion las no !twsi 8ob/ol tueetf; 9Try Sunday
e of the of the land. In
, was afflicted with headache, loss good thing* suc; .T .
I S. appetite,and indigestion. A friend persuaded town an editor can have the h art. c. I hmonre.nnk! puncli .watermelou; .. thU point it reached ahe'yy hoping) HA tancy in promising the latest, anti) most monlngat9:45. w

, her to use Ayer's Sarsaparilla, write and praise the place, but lu an uni'ppreciatiV9 with fire woks at nig'at. and a general: and was catisued. Another current went scientific treatment to those asklqg IJJ} 4.o. H4K1U'CK. Supsrftisd.st. -' S

. which benefited her wonderfully. Her town Jt is up bill.woik sure time is under which services. If MOIsUAN, Secroury .
good expected through. the building on door joist
" health is now perfect. Martyrs to head- ,, llol1 h. .5 j a PURELY VEGETABLE. Calls to the country promptly attended .
ache should tryAyer's I, Mi": Alice Boala, daughter of Mr J, H. it cluttered rail thru knocked off a bai.- Diseases of females and children A special- J'BJI:8BftBJP-AlifcB17flQ'Jt .. -.:
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Fortify the system by the use Ayer's Moore, left here this week for Ocala,, ton. Another current ce me tbrouh the It...atwdi.q sS.sy aTVIR ty. at U ,
Soj tay
Service "
Sarsaparilla I Siirsaparilla! nguinit the disease: :.. Office at 'City Drug Store, or at hI everj-gib p. "'
peeu where che ind her husband expect u>mnie tmilcUog Oil a Urge nail on which wis KIDN.Y" I LM4TIICX, ,.

Prepared by Dr.J.C.Aver&Co.,Lowell,HAM. I to hot weather. Thh mjuicire induces a, their; future home. hanging some trace cheios giving them a residence in East Si rke. School evarr Mq1l4V K S

fAce |1 I six bottle, $5. Worth 15 a bottl I action af tue stomach !irer und JL AND BOWIL9, Sunday .4. "
healthy P. in the -
Prof. G Young preaches ai the good jingling. TTn ended matt is i COMER I, Pfieft, DI, r 1'.puT1".

_ _ kidneys. causing them -jre.-ent he r.c- Accademy Saliiruay night and Sunday. store, as to myself, by teaders, some fifty AN mcwi tftone rw .IJPIIJ1A"I ," "

cummul&tion of the poisons which I $ro.dacw .- The Baptist Church now iis a aevr feet away, cay I sot up full a. quick s? 11cnt p0.,.'--.. '. ATTORNEY- T-LA W & TO :_ 4pcHI8TiANcaLtEc .

11 disease. p :tor. Mr. Kickhter, M.. W. H. Malpauis dovru, ai aay rate I saw the boards I.,-.I. sk0U' -.-qr-- ., .r. .*. ..
TARY
I having ny oi from uider the window some four JSttL S Acttll.]. -I..t.1I.. .
Mr. M. F. Robinson; of V.1 usia conntvbrji .
reslgnoo.1t. -r W DtuII"" STAHKE, B RADF0III l O NTI'. Fz.oiuni.ABSTUMYI' .. 0. P. Young, the Putor preach: at .
I been here looking op iavestments.a N. B. feet from me after 1 hail risen, I also at v A. %S
11 Til ONLY TIUI Idea Bradford Of fTlTLE and Real Estate 94. :PTQN > .
had tb.it
says he no oace cav that the! dry moss in the oak S
hd 'ucb eice!'ent Icucr, sail S law a Speciajty.Abstract Lord's d at m. and ** I
county : BEST FAMILY MEDICINE[ each tit >v H a. f
351 Saloon COi' iach
ve CL.t&c. but was .oon
;ree, vc 2 blazing furiously Deed
furnfshfc !ihowfng ,
IRONTONIC orange gioves, enu3tt Alexi'nd.'rDyal's ) : every S
and Ben Havnci G/ove will Itve St-.looai for each church in tilouaty. 8ubd ed. -The fcu ttion, of the instint Mortgage, Lien, fax.Ssle, Judgoaent Attachment dayI78ir.'P4-. 5'a. .. '

; compare fLiyoifbly with aiy grove lie Wa-t are the fruits of these &alooa' hal pecul.r. Il seemed as if the build- louehol4110114 .000t.I It 'and .n.]} mfUm of Public STARKB' '. -
Las see n South. He ia urprised a tbhcbi two fee :BecoFd & file affpPf"Jag TIt1et of Real Estate eaca 2no Lor4'i( day at 1} a. m. and eachLord' :. :
.|)iiesa 01 OIT !Irods, and aye our ? Drunkards, libertlaes, murderers Iig: bad ouddeniy dropped about nd,by twin*k pt fwdy tor ftUldt IB BrwifPrd cPWlfT FlQn4 up to ,

roads are very sti c.-ioa to tony lie has t aieve', liar, corrupt l legiiK'-tors, cruel and whea arose I was so c rt.'lD of 1 it tlutvcnt will fn HT BATe m dollar many In an limo boor MWJ of Qntigri'mArl.uAD4.. date.Qf 4.bs ract. *'day at,Qf. ; p. Ill .

traveled. 1 to the edge of the pia zu to make '. MxvThT
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Will purify tbe BLOOD rwrolatoth it' bandi. negligent mothers, vile fathers, THEM ti JUT ONK8MMON8LIVBB
1J..i1lItt' ANC in.
Hxnipton > ojir o.-eaje and Sat
LIVERanTfTDHiYSitnaKlSTORE 1J1i Heqdaiiarters! for JflUE lfSL each grd Lcia,day'at 11 a. ,
the btcf
S the TTBALTH. tiiet: of Br.\('.((1I'I1 ( ouat.v.Over iiaruly' bom, impure daughter?, infidel:. iuie. Theta was not tC.1'rtioi REGULATOR represenliiig the Liverpool .& |Joudutz&.

OBof of Appetite YOUTH.IndiffMtlon.I I>7p.pcu.Want ctI. 100 :c. riu 61'OY wi'l <- ip'J taUt i-.l! that h wicked cud siniul. of pan or alarm not even an extra Globe Co. SS I ifnjay before at 7:30 p. m. S

fitrengtb and Tind Fettling uholntalr averse: of 2M .boxe.. of Oi-ause :.hi.- he.rt. that could b perceived. It $.,th.ty..i.Ia..si.l* "z" A: HJ0HLAND'e 1
eared: Bonea. fl1U. season.Tbijj. .' Think of it rive liquor ttloons toCHh S. bsut .f Wr.p. Pr.r.d .j I KRIB.L" t S. and Saturday -
d le. and oorrM reeeivo new ,. It was cci-iajnly a c1oe call and right et J.H.ZCILIN aco. si. :31. .- clHMi Lonf UQC aHl. I& I
ui-ond
; fore EnUrani the mind dist, we"e io .y church and these saloons su'-triuecl .
Brnln Pown.i bright r&ci. 1 the rmf r CUT (''o.ntr, before at 7:)'u. in. S .
_ mid vnppliet looking lom.m! to a future. ; voters of the Chriuten people. Itis home.I 3u.tie..p. r : ,
r' ''HofferiBB from o -. ).v ae vfr .
mrIAlnt'DIES $ .;: WORSHIP
HABTEBTlKCS lOSIC..ipewTonrK. X/K.* The Picuic. I i -t ''iJie that the power of the church is I Jut tbe'or the SLO.m staled, Mr. Erva THE WA1flQU C/TO.ir-nADB--1 Win girt prompt MUftiM! to col.-Uo AI I I .CHURCH .a S

S .. (U,wi a,een. t.1tly compI.i0' whet it ahould be. whea there is aue'1 I White, wbo L'ely lost his left arm, w.s at .ROCK' other legal bovinem. S .AT ORA3Ge COfJJCAK. .
.Jla\l.ern"hat coanterfoitinR oal lj add, to iii.popn- The MeihouUt and Bfcpiist Sunday not i started PLYMOTH? $3 rANTS xingJs",ne.. : Jq"e V*. I$ -'tm. each nr.day at U a. m. S '
IIEFT
lan' 1 haL 0&\.rt.-V8t\ 0'0'1 L ANDI. her the stare anu seeing the storm ,..
voting mem-
I goldea wedge '
eo amoug .
PILLS Schools have decided to htre t. picnic on -
Dr. HARTER'* HVEP l Jto.42 '.mi JA.M. DRAWER Jt1JETINQ
Le : Qni4iror4ho Cur CnUiIlf'&Uon..lv..r C.mi lai *i tn 4 ( *noi All .lieitt. t-ci mcoibers lcti ? One puce builuiag 1OlIIlnnnlcatlon. hri4G
dample Dce and Prtim: Mondfy July 4ih. I C clothes c.-1-ef ull y..eleeS Ro-g1l1ar' S '
mailed on receipt of two o.nU in pcitdfie. fTHEPR. of Chri!I.nlty. and fiva tines a? I getting ne r home be raw his house in ted(TT strlecna ,wecr. iiaturdn in..' montb. Wiofneedsy at f.8a :T
.nny
.zviled
5UJ! HO. of tue Sunday Sehwt>l3 E re up L. W.
S :! KARTER MEDICINE' CO.. ,_ l fetues und humec. on with gieat speed lv Every pair 'nnw.ed JOB"lL u. .KICJIIIT .
Brin with you well filled: aet... .!cll for i its. de3tru t1on. "TtTaat will: tae hti-- I a and JOY..Y ? OJ!.LY S 4 S relAt1'T. W...YJi -

meet:at the Stake las.itute at 7:30 E..:* n.1ondry. ?et be ? Will we as Christians pursue I' and with bis mctlJers.help of thair was eff.ct able to save Mr. I 5 pair BKPtKDCD DL& e. 0'A If goods new Lake VU. Lo4x j| 61 "'. P. .,. ": PATENTS.FRNKLIH .

; le.<'I's. Andrews & Aivarhave :/ lLi3 coure aUf longer 7 Gou help the e. small! portion I are rrtui-iied r. u.18d.' Bettular MeeUiijcijfce-xin.i; ami 'xirth .

TuttWillstlmnUtM aacl back bllowet of Christ to tOlJ1e fro l among John White jing io Lake View ai sMaiouic I 1st.'ctOt". I, Saturday of;ich 1J1fL.th.l'I.. IIf"". -
out bring .
to
agreed carry C IKHTKK NliHTnOD .
mtnXVhIe I F. SmFBBOK?, H. HOUGH ;' .
pll who wish to go at 15c sich, Tickett II "tae world, and with spotless gr.r 33ni2, do I Do Y. W.Mat r. _
\ lo:s b c vere, a destingr- ap- I
ir for sale at Mo.t ns' Bazaar tnd ct iJo'.h oil their whole duty. Then will we se Zion I i9'i.QflDERtF MEN.: SeliCitor nericu yd FanprPatMts. -
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S the torpid liTer ""'* soul- returains" to God.- p;:,'J io ihc.pe his fay rough, but he .is i- PANTS RED :, !
end
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If tRIO members of ii-o )
ea.the dlff.tt ve opg-....pgU1t a.S aa the Ding Stores. Alt the I Ibotb I aI ; riity, and! a laid worker, and will come & : OSCEOI.A TRICS" :No 1.. Fit.--Csuiic!| :. S.. :
xwreU,aDd are nnequaleaANTIBILIOUS Educator.!
of the Sunday ichools will Le inot kindled each .edn ;*xlayfs Sletp; '
out ell ii;ht in the end still-it at Firs | &Frrias.N.W. .;

MEDICINE. sented with a handsome badge if pre-I Wanteth. Fact Ki1."iI. v:! eacbuu- ing to hae to fight co m'anyobsti.rl'jia I S TfeU 113 exut. whd at their Wigwam. Blarlie, Fin. N.U'l1:I.Pit..twAs ltno..D.a m -,
.5 Bazaar ,I color )01111* rsnd i U- Transient Brothi7 wmliollv Jo fetl J Jr;, amarasd .s
.$ I. dlntrlct their flrtn-are will call pt Horgans any \1.. White hu; : friends S. I/our HIP and ( Frsaalio._to" .
malarial have ; once. : WAr.T 'iJ.. QI I i4Ifhclf.,. ( .pvII'ilI- .
.. I 'ilL neighbors altend. AJ o
they peenllarpronvrtlea Mr. Editor: my LoG Ulea:.ui".
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widely nlBed.au I I IKSTDC .
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eoff III1I1em after Thu.-sdjy. aid that is povible7jll I $
In freeing the differut ia all of u f.aHl pve.y .'
-4 HHg&*fcoated. ell and. have a good I jsea led co nir.jj',?' Um-s iato buying -ther with $1. r Q'J &'ct :for posUse(or pre- 1i1
from that polion. El.n.utIK Come one come be sivf n. flitrs A.'HS no insurance ?. 0.' Gel.. WILLIAM LAKE. i&
S VIM.'I' for ilie; liver. Sidneysad \ 1. ex)nulI) PDd )UCkIfl. OOR .
l>o.e maU. i thijg.i: :
flle- of this papin" Chief uf ne4a. _" .
time. ., he loss i totr.l r to Ut. or to tiLe .1 .t
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Sold jlood. that hare done us more harm th.n oa ad fpa U Everjrwlrere.55 J, CHAR. RICHAED advice 'r\iz\ "xcilemcnt i h o'r all are thankfulthat dud ll c good linen tapeHeaar.ou.i' ti. .0: .7_ ', : P" ;.
: p.w York. }I. E. S. S, good.: I feel it due your readers to j.-,Icp08ited with tne Popriifors Frieordif" "
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wb' wrll* So B. S. S. .Jx s-cuts. .; : bFk ..tt. .' .
; r 1" '. "'01 wai'*. fi't ibojft Supt. tad us and we s:art again with high hope .. tn .
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A1RTIflw RITE THE HOME- DOCTOR.The -. rTGKICULTURAL. i iTORICS | The largest table ever made from a sin- A Prize In l.e Lottery
AVOWS WORLD until
; x Of life Is usually unappreciated I _
; Illinois Club of ---
VAL I_ g1ojlank belongs to the is I !lost perhaps never to return i helh. : : :
Chicago. The plank is fifteen feet long What a priceless boon it Is.and how
:. 11 qolt ioii oo$4.oIT II Hr proper time for taking cod liver I f and six wide and was cut from a California to cherish it,that life. may not be a wutleS fr
-; s6oIs 4OOISOOI&UIOOO P.LEASAN LITERATURE FOR oil is at meals, just after taking soup. OFINTEREST RELATIV. blank ton Many of the diseases .I I ._
redwood life burdensome,
4ib.4 500 TOs' 00 tLJ020041 00 tree. is heir which make
4,? S..1............. 700 l000ttOO tB00FO 0O610) FEMININE READERS. It is, also,.wel borne on the.stomach if TO FARM AND GADEN. such as COflsumpttfl (scrofula of the langsl .
!! 10 Cu 15 001000 HOWe 00000 taken the goingtp bed. i Charles and other scrofulous and blood diseases, arecompletely C 71IATr
& lat thig"on the tariff on "
i't I By protective glass cnred by Dr. R. V. Pierce 'OoId-
I TIUCLt1flESfoythe flnt and five ccaU for Vaccination In the Sultan'* Seraglio. A medical authority Bays that inI Agriculture Two Chapter. Dc Pauw, the plate glass manufacturer, Medical Discovery" after all other rcmedies ...
t4 ,.SUch abwqnent Insertion. An Italian doctor who vaccinated the find"their Ind. have failed. Dr. PlcrcoV treatise on Consumption -
1 warm weather people system who recently died in New Albany, '
SpMlalnt*for time aavertlsemeBU nponappU. wi L mailed for 10 cents in Itamp! Address L4WWb :..ij.vISiLQY -
Btfjraattfciofflte.SUBSCRIPTION. members of the Turkish-Sultan's harem L, and very comfortably Wasted tie was able to accumulate a fortune of World's Dispensary ledlcaIAscaton; -

c had a novel expriencc. Labouchere says::: and beneficially by swallowing goblet Old fog $5,000,000 in twenty years., 6C3 Main Street, Buffalo N. -. I ; ._

KATES.'OIl. The women in the Sultan's seraglio atConstantinope : of fresh water, not iced, with a little tools.Poorseed. THE of Japan t as been making a ass :
it4 Emperor
1 .year.....Is.............-.... $160 I I have just been vaccinated L table salfdissolved i it. Poor cultivation. wit iteror A veteran, Mr. George MoKona, Ashburn- tour of the chief cities of hl< kingdom. .
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,8 ..... .... .... ... 75AasnbscripUoniEKntbepsld to the number of 150. The operation L For snake bites, an eminent Tumble-down ham, Mass., writes: "While suffering with A Wonderful .Machine and (HTrr. 0 .
says buidg result of Andersonville),
chronic rheumatism ( ;
I ,Js diicrtmuutlon InTarltb'y In ad. took place in a large ball under-the su. various internal remedies may Scrub stock. To introduce them we give away l.ouu |en-
in .
snrbodComnauestloBS / physica I used St. Jacobs Oil which gave immediate > laix orwashbard.
4 perintendence of four gigantic e.uch. b recommended of which the best is Crer gor.Rt relief." Sold! by Druggists and Dealers. operating WahinrIachlne. ,.. If sO youant. DR PARDEE'8

tit solicited from all open all of matters tbs of local Ine: surgeon to whom : in doses of ten or morgagI one, write Thoationa1CO._ .27Dcy_ ct., i>t. Y.
parts cutr. was confided was stationed in front of a I half-hour. Frictionto .. A MACHINE has been put in use in Auckland REMEDY
grains ROYAL G mends Broken Chi. ;
twenty anything
ever New Zealand which is warranted to trap and LUI'
":. .i-_ Genera Dlreet.ru. hug screen, and the women were con. the surface body, with pieces of Rising with the lak carry off ninety per cent,of the rabbits on a na,Olass, iree\ials_ at Drugs ..SiGro ,
The Blood
behind it. A hole had been madein Hard mile, and land them Into a lightfreezing ( Only B.la1l. Purifier.)
t. .UOTTED flannel dipped in hot alcohol, is also ben- persistent given square If afflicted with sore eyes use Ir. Isaic'tD
OFICR the center of the screen just large apparatus which free/ei the pe.-ti 8on'sEY -water. Druggists A SPECIFIC FOR
eficial. These remedies cannot. be Improve iplement at2
applied into such condition that they may b trans tter .
mAT0BI: enough to allow the arm to pass through too soon. Vat lquid manur.Welae ported to England and usel a food. :
Bon. Cnas. W.Jones,Pel eolL and in this of lad BH1ATSJ
-( Hon. Wilkinson.,Call,Jacksonville.BZrXISKXTATITTI and sizes manner arms Nuts would be valuable a food if they sok i Nunber 1 condition. Carl Schoenrich: Captain Oriole Yacht

t: : '. in were presented to the operator were not so indigestible. They should Eyes wide open.Progressive Club, Baltimore. Md.,writes: "The Club during MASON HAMLIN ,

: Tint Dltrco R. 17. )Dnldlol Qolney- :,, rapid succession.for the I was utterly impossible always b eaten in extreme moderation, Result: Farm ideas.clear,'money in the bank. practice cruise, used St.Jacobs Oil and it" & Neuralgia, Ring WormAnd
surgeon get even a cured several of and bruises.
Dougherty, Fort t not meal but rather between cases .prains '
DltetBoD Chle a hearty -Our Country( Home. all other Skin and Diseases.
Ortog. glimpse of his patients; ) in order to So'.d.by Druggists and Dealers everywhere 10O t SOLD Bloo
lunch when
t, 1..CIRCUIT COVET: guard against the chance of his being: meals, or wih a light I:UT
Fifth Judicial W. B. Wood, Atlanta able to tli3 the stomach has little else to do but Culture of Squash. THE plan of Colonel Landes for fertilizing STYLES el.I LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Crcui-nOl see through twoeunuchs
# ,O., screen, to them. chew them the lort 8ahara by wells is represented)
signed. act
rich soil with
S Don A. .u.tle. who stood by the operator, upon I raw, Squash requires plenty work well. Hey of Tunis has conceded to OF .: EAS"4ORGANS Care Indcetloa and all 4Ieae arIaig
,La.,Clrcnlt '
DoD Jade OrelD' long and well before them. of well The is KB f rebled...dltl. .f the .
;. threw a shawl over his face instantly an swallowing decayed manure. manure the company 25,000 acres of land.to bo selectedby RE e B syMe.t1i..k *

erniMitrict..K. M. Call,Jacksonville,U. 8. Attorney,.North operation was concuded.nc did not re They are innocent enough if well plowed in six or eight inches deep and themselves of no value.from districts- which are at present $22. _- SYSTEM I DY and Uk0 your DttoDIPARU'. J .

t. it until ; cooked. the land is well harrowed. The hills are bottle Manufactured b .
W. C. Bird, Norhf; rn Diitrict move arm had been fo by the _
.b-. Ftillp W.ltr.Jraa.aMD\It U. C. Wilcon,T.llabatM placed in position. Those who fond of the cucumber, six by seven feet apart and a shovelful of "AH Men Are l.inr," .TO IL F PARDEE MEDICINE CO.

., r.o 'n'. ,renrarola Clerks, onh- that too common a cause of colicky and fine manure and a light dusting of Peruvian to Paid make David the of abovo old. remark lie wa I probably after trying prompted come $900. $7f0 Rochester N. Y. ,
er DI.tre
TX_ K0BTHXBM Women Who Smoke. diarrhocal attacks, should remember that grass should be given to each hill. unreliable catarrh remedy. Had he been permitted Rochester, N. Y. May 18, 1886.
DI'DIC in the state it is not suitable Three vines are left to in the hills. to live until the present and tried Send for PBn
raw a ingredient grow dart GENTLEItltN-We desire
Jackionrille:
Monday in December. Of women who love the weed the New Dr.Vage's Homed, he might had a bet Catalogue, t express 0
Tallihauc,first llondar in February. York Star : of a heavy meal, as the quantity of'oodylbre The ground is'well worked with the plow, ter opinion of mankind. We c'aim that no 4 pp., 4to, QUARiKrRB. feelings of gratitudA for the great blessing received -
huArt Monday,in Marh says in it adds to the burden of while the plants are young, and after case of catarrh ran w.thstnn-1 the magic! el- i at lian-is .
The"'French m
I pi:s. DITIC District: housekeeper delights in h already loaded with all it that with the cultivator and the hoe. As fects of ihis wonderful medicine. One trial of vJ your ..... .. restoring u i perKEST -
ouBT-lorhe
her it will convince tf it "L ta
after-dinner cigarette. The of i you efficacy. By druggists who
Hon.Tboa. Settle .cn, ,Jndjo. senora can digest. eaten at all it should beat the vines get to be four or five feet long ; fifty cents. IMPROVED j-
:ii ., K.-M. Call,Jftctonvllle,V. h. Attorney.i Barcelona loves in the evening to I I UPRIGHT PIA
: ., W. C. Btu Jacbon"le MarrhaL her black about her head wrap and I lunch; if salt pepper and vine- the ends are pinched to make the lateral THERE is to b.1 Scotch Presbyterian churchIn The new mode of piano construction Inv t
Philip Wat Cltrk, Eastern DI while crepe gar are freely used the secretion -' shoots grow vigorously. As these are the Boston in whfch: the services will bjcon: by Mason & Hamlin in 18S2 has been d
9 a Won.i gently puffing her long tobaccocgrette.ca3t fully pi
) ducted in ( aeic.a '
the'cucumber shoots this is
; D, C.Wllson.TaUaliaMee. Cl.rk.Middle heart-thrilling glances from of the gastric juice, bearing very important. By many excellent experts pronouncing it the iie
DII.loD
; .. F.C. Unmpbreji, Fcnvacola,Clerk, We.ten DI the walk at the wights occasions less disturbance.-S Boston Her' this culture 10,000 squashes averag Delicale) diseases of either so*, est improvement made in pianos of the cen vet
Tliion. however induced, and ,
permanently
speedily
aU. ing seven pounds each have been D
.#. TKHMS:' below. While the German frau is fond gown cured. Book 10 cents in m.tamps.Vorl1's If:s- For full information,send for Catalogue

t '..).ter Division-Jacksonville,flrit Monday la. of her cigarette or even and the "It is not difficult to preserve your upon one acre. I larger fruits pen ary Medical Association, C03 Main :teet.u1alo 4A20N &HAMLIN ORGAN AND FIAHC j
cgr sired only three four should be left to X. Y.
Russian wife is not her enjoyment health if you only know what to take, A : '
.z Middle Dlvlclon-TaHahaoiee, firtt Monday In of the said an eminent physician each hill. One thousand hills are madeto ONE of the most successful rarmersof Sierra BOZ'ON,15Hrmontt HEW ICSZ.16 East lit! -
and the .
Febroary. weed even Japanese '
; tecenty. Valley, Nev. is Misi Ellen Callahan. l r
Western Division-Penraco!*, first Monday In I Cftrincse, Tartar, Dutch and Soudanese "Your prescriptions, I presume," the acre. Muskmellons are grown in MARVELOUS i : ,1

)arch wives all like to let tobacco smoke L friend, jocularly. "You are returned precisely the same way, but the hills are 'A'o Opium in Piso's Cure for Conumpton 'F a, !
cur wrong. five feet apart only and the pinching Cures where other remedies fail. it ;
SATJ OFFICERS from'their pretty mouths toward the sky, the physican. "I to i 2. a ,
4-: .- Oorernor- Terry,Tallahassee. the Italian signora is, perhaps, the most pb b live long pay the grocer to done closely to make a compact growth, MEMOITi t .5 44a
' ; -
k .;:! Secet'AttorncJ-Generl-State-John Copr I ,'Jllahulf. passionately fond of the long thin cigar: one to tile doctor. When you feel ill which covers the ground.-N. 1 Timet. The Off Told Story f ; ':
Crn'lord Taah I
of the country called the "Virginia." It change your diet, and always cat plentyof f.
4 Comptroller D" Plant More than One Kind. Wholly nnlikrnriifirinl J 9 aa" )
B.r. seasonable Of
Treuarer-E. 8. Tanabauee is no uncommon sight of a summer evening fruit. Strawberries in the peculiar medicinal of Hoo-l's Sarsaparilla iyitenaa. & GREASE
TaUah mert. Any book .
AdjntanuGeneial Cri eee. to of ladies in March are detrimental. Remember that A Western exchange gives to its I* fully ronflrmed by the Rocommi-nilrd I'Rrlt.ll" ""I:rrnilinj' I tj:::
''aU.hls.e. sec a party sitting some reader voluntary testi u.ii. ,: 1'rof tor t.P! Sold Everywhere.RaTor "
Llg.
fi tommM: tee Lands fits stomach burd'en.l list mony of thousands who hare tried the sdpnUsr.Hfn*. \V.\V I'. IicnJa"iii. t ci .'
: cool terrace nature for its a of fruit plants and : Peculiar In A.t.r.lulah ;
overlooking the your It
Mitchell, a lsbauee. -.-. lwml"aton- sea on smal wrongly the combination Dr. :tlor.fl' t'i 1:-"or I'' la\9 atwis-nie, mUE"I,Iron'l .)
4r Snperlatendent Public Instructions-A.J. Bus cmpan while the music of their velvety r I is money out of my pocket to give you confines th. varieties to one or two in InKTi-dlents.Hood's propcrton Sarsapatllla rtnd preparation of iu :tw..)at \\eli.sly...'II."ch:1 Co'les'.rtr.! : (:; Pro I'nlvrn '1 otpt-nn. lckagtL25.. ROOT BEER h
p- tell,TallaUasfee. rS advice but I'm rich standit"Philadelplila number. This believe to be mistake. acconipllnhes cures : 'I..t.tus IKJKI free. ; ll.-i6 :spark- '
tune the to we .
language keeps to soft splashing i enough a where other preporaUons entirely tall Peculiar In -t.Roi. fUbKl!- 'ij7 K.fth A y.'. ew Yo t_ ilnir nhvli-ioiimleTeragc.: Sv,>l of mal
( J1 I' Talbu.e Cmmiulone Immigraton-A A.Robinson of the sea against the rocky shore, and't II Call. I is wel known, for example, that a va tho unequaled good nawe I has made at home, t"r2'J t'. t HIKE$. 4 N. DelI Ave.. &F .

IUPJE.B CUIT.Clel.aUcoe. sending ring of smoke from their fra- I, riety strawberry, which will succeed In which it a "tower of strength abroad." recutior LOCATEIn flN F Y TO LOAN at low rte of Inter-

G. MeWhorter Tallahmee. grant clieroots. In Butterflies and splendidly on a rich, loamy soil, may ba Sar.iaparllla the phenompnal Is the ".4)es I has attlneI. Hooil's M U lib I Urexi, with I'articular eAt on Mortgage.*. Ad- _.t' '.'
*-Ceo. P. Itancr,Tallaba Honey most popular medicine before '
uGlte. tce; Moths an entire failure on sandy soil, though the i'l .N I.OAX OCIATIO.V. -
I a Vaknbur&b Jackeoizyt1le.q& The Dress of Turkish Women. "Have butterflies or moths any com but in an adjoining field. Experience and public creating to-day an for pUI.nln&the blood: ,giving strength a Live Town. Cash bonus paid to P-O.-Fox M,or 31 t;WATER STREET, Euinu.X.Y. 1

Land office rrnijc, LAXDB-U.8.Lands. The dress of the women at home is not mercial value?" asked a New York.ler has taught us that the only true way to arpdit. all kinds of manufacturing enterprises.Live DIM! Dal!* Great Gout and Rhia. ,

.-.- GanclUe-Tcker,Rerte. very elegant, nor docs it fit them very reporter of a distinguished entomologist. ascertain the value of a variety on any Hood's-Sarsaparilla men in all kinds of businesses Draff S mate Remei. ; ,.

L.&_. Land, STATE LIKES. well. It is usually a loose garment madeof "Indeed they have. A man the other particular soil is by experment. If the B Oidby all dni.tq. tl; six Pepr I only wanted. Address, BANK OF VALLVY, Oval iloz,34 J .

? office. Tallahawee_____-_C._ 1 Mitchell, CommUeioner. glossy calico, in gaudy colors, tied day offered $oO for a. rare butterfly. I grower is a novice at ,better bl C HOOD A,CO.. ApUlarel tor'Lw.n Haas.IOC Valley1)ougla.sCo.: Xebrask.1. A Men controlling A.ri/Kirff $'can 11'ctlve < '

around the waist with a cloth and know some men in New York and plan would be to ascertain the varieties Doses One Dollar -- a bustnfor Ilitlr county and make money fast. "
TY OFFICERS. _
., Ct bel ACENTS WANTED for the LIFE OF Money wriireil. Waterkeu&L'o..ntiiruadway.N.Y.!
s
who make which his successful
Brooklyn business of neighbor best :
wadded and padded winter mat- a regular succeeds -
a NY N
Clerk County of Jndje Clrnl-J.Court R.lUrbad-11. F..York. tress. Underneath they lke kind of selling and exchanging butterflies. A with, and if the soil is similar, plant U-'l2 HENRY WARD BEECHER REGULATE BoweU.. 4. :Purify boxes,Blo. Dr.Balrd's drugguu:, i; r

,. : Sheriff-I. Epperfon. wide pantaloons, fastened at the ankles.On man wrote to me from Switzerland yesterday more largely of such varieties than others.In COCKLE'SANTIBILIOUS by TIIOH. w.KNOT An Au'leuli" .n I C'ompMo llfcory or byniaL1PreVah11.1'_ IiuaoWishincon.N.J._ j.t
I Tax A or-N.C Wainwrlght. or I.re and Work to the I; .,. O.tKll. :
if brief the bb frol 3dl. :
I safest is
: Tax Collector-B. Ilaynes.Superintendent thcirfeet they wear low shoes with- asking would exchange some plan to secure va- .iiipi'. 10 .I. The IIK>T and I IIEiri&T." Silrndully E N TP O Obtained. Send tramp to *.

-.. of School*-R. T. Dowling. out heels or soleI,made of yellow morocco. American moths for some European rieties which not only succeed well on for. w.illiiKtraleil.pmy the frriKhl II..Ilkr,(i..ihlfl.: T IJ.'anc, bndran. pAT nt lawyer.O inventors'Guite.Washington. C.UBwa ,'
; CUlt Snrveyor John P. J'rmtt. Their headgear consists of a kind of butterflies. I is by such exchanges that the soil you have, but also, those which tar. Atldn-Ki IIA It I tuKU 1'(K. I U., }-hirtfonl. orcu '.
embroidered onn .
,
IlHbH ( Treatment
( L. sent
Oommlnloire a- Witkordkt G. W. PILLS 'or. on t
McKlnney M.R. B.u>eJey,John S. Andrews and calotte, around which is wound collectors manage to get such a variety will give you a succession of fruit-early, : Rand's 0_OPIUM_ llUHAli-E RKilEDYa.Larayett ,tr ., r'

4rt, ),1.talt! ___ a strip of very fine muslin, allowing one j I of specimens." : medium and late. It is the height of 'HE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Dr. Officer pay. bounty pro- 1 .
'
CITY OFHCERS. to see the embroidery and the color of the j "When does the season begin?" folly for a fruit-grower to attempt mak- jf>>r Liver Bile. Indigestion, etc. Free from Mer In(lie bcaiitilul village of Sanifo-riun eureI; deserters relieved.- ,l '
i iccp.
cury contains Pure pENSIONS P
; only Vegetable --. (ten. Francis A.Walker. I; years"practice. Successor
: Mayor-T. A. When women belong to wealthy I "As soon as winter goes, and it lasts ing an independence, relying solely on : C. N. CK1TTEXTON, \ w Inlldlent'Agent York. A .and Hon.J.J. IiiK-iil": circulars. and rew.lawn. g

>'ar.b1-E. n.KnJh.Wal. Turks their ears, necks and fingers are until winter begins. I have cocoons at one or two particular varieties. Intensive can be cared for-ct home. ; A.W MrOormick iV Son.Wnsbincton.D.C
:
A1 ., r'Ck-n.r.Spakmin. .. loaded with gold jewelry or precious 'i i itones. home now which will be out soon. When horticulture is more applicable to area h u. u u "u "

: v Tra''lrI...no.T. Wllla. If their owners are not wel ofT.t'I1 go after moths, I smeiiffcorae; smoothed than to varieties.-Our Conntry Home.

Aldrrrr.fn-.Iolm C. .T. M.Truby Tat their vanity does not give up right,1!i barked trees in the afternoon, and in the
g ruwcJJ.,J. A John*. D. I AJvarcr. but it has to content itself with similar j i evening I find lots of moths sticking to Farm and Garden Notes.

----- -----jewelry and paste diamonds. All of them j'.j!' them. I pin them all carefully in 1 box Ground can hardly be too rich for

: '; JliCTS FO'R.TliE.. CURIOUS. stain their eyebrows, powder their faces I, Iud take them Jionic'',' and afterward potatoes..

** with rice-powder, and coat their nails j throwaway those which I do not'want.' It is
not the
i bulky matter of
Canary lirds can b taught to whistle with a reddish substance, hcnne, making There are very many varieties, and, which feeds the plants but the fertilizing manure
; -unt their hands look like those of children I I more curious still, there are moths in I material contained -
therein.
;.z A Chinaman: took the prize English: that have stuck their fingers into a can of 1 1 New York and New Jersey which you .
cannot find at nil in .Massachusetts. Michigan of Agriculture -
Te Boar
Yale. preserves. .
composition "
'
Neither the rich nor the poor among Aye, and some variety of moths are!o s. .t(JJl& 1 .- t f .,. p4
The military company in )rarhal Turkish women own watches; they do in one section of a state that dp-Jo't appearat .o anaplaing it on"the silo at $2/Ou/ .:- I
Mich. ii without IVI
a man who not know how to use them. Nevertheless all in another. JThjiris per I
--- than
200 pounds. since commerce has been able to extend rca pxla"-; ;t |s. prbaby.thmam An acoustic telephone from the apiary .

-, Punch; a drink, is Persian, and means its influence to the harems evcn j Classify moths properly?" to the kitchen is recommended by a bee- I -

.;. five, referring to the five i ingredients used clockmakers have succeeded whjuj recent "Does this hobby of yours cost you keeper, to tell when the bees are thinking -

in making this beverage-(ca, sugar, years in getting thei" much?" of swarming.A r .__ __
the .
ri lemon juice, spice and spirits. haremlit* o&j! in 6UOd "Oh, no. The cabinets and boxes number of cattle were r !! : i- _r_ ri : j l
It is are recently poisoned ,
rrealthy "'"''L ,. ...
'm _;. ......._
"- f .
The ; ...
_ buffalo h not 1' B CC -- ------- _
carpet hcete or moth, was sty, however, that expensive, and all I have to buy.noware to death, in Orange County, New -- .CCC ,- -- : C

mmEk.Introduced. .. .United j&V e/rdbr the beautul inmates do not use them pins. They certainly cost more than York, by eating "gluten meal," a refuse The following words In TIERCE'S FA as a for delicate ,
( disposes and weak
Eu Q"4 S since made itt except as playthings. they ought I get 500 at a time and of a starch factory. nesses expressions peculiar with to which women thousands, must bgiEif to every sufferer from such mnlndics remedy They thos the spontaneous

_ borne in all parts of the country.A The dress that the Turkish women have pay 6 cents for them. They are Butter which is uniform in its color, 'or to them by the use of _,e d medicine to their sense of gratitude for the-,inestimable boon tPa1 which has been

I miniature of the famous sloop wear when they go out, is simple, uni imported Germany and are,made in texture, favor and stamp,when once put JOHNE. SEOAR, of
mode Midtribcclt
-. Ya writes 1'l blr.SOPHIA F. White
: yacht*) ; composed entirely of for and absolutely free from caprices five different sizes. That they arc not upon the mr is supposed to advertise S100THROWN "My wife had been suffering for two or three: THREW AWAY v.' { : **I took DoS of Cottage*.1.

.160 pure white diamonds, one of the of fashion. 1loreovr, it is, with very made here has long surprised, me. its own merits. ye with female wckm'"s and 4iad paid I yrrite Prescription' and one you' .
.' Attractive features i little change, same to-day that it wasa Another item of expense is books. Thereare Awn one hundred physicians withI HER 1 .)clts" I ara doing iny work and have you icen
S' at New York The out
a JY'/? England Farmer recommends! relief She took Dr. Piercu's I I f I have had to
je" ler'8; hundred )'ear ago. It consists of a a few good ones, but they cost a gooddeal dressing lawns with garden soil as the **" Prescription and it did her mor .h\ltc: I SUPPORTER 1 a*>rSO out etimC years before I commenced employ help tak for. '

_ ,. Froicssor Jaeger claims that the odor kind of simple cloak without tucks, I of money. I fancy i is on account shoot clans during the all the medicine given to h the physiI ing, your medicine. I have had to wear a
grass soon the they had beei. "
years
through cover thr
supporter)
folds or ornaments and almost without of the wi prctemg upon her mOt of tho time; this I have laV
-. of camel's hay:, which is so dMinguish- i engravings. l grow rankly. Mrs. GEORGE HEKGCR. A" aidc,and ff as we,!aa i ever di-.L"
1 l>lc..hrn most beneficial effect, lie as- any other seams than the hems. This I j "Who has the largest collection of ing THE Wt: "I was a great o Trsf.cl.leucor-r. Jrs.

; pruc.scep. persons "I pace of eight or ten rods is put betweenthe ually across my back. Three bottles of tontc Prescription .
:.. *juflcring he. advises color, falls like a sack from am not certain. A gentleman in EARTHLY BOON *Favorite Prescription' restored me to your hirf worked wonders in my case.Ajgnin .

them to tlrftp pillows covt-red with the shoulders to the ankles, and conceals Heading, Pa., I am told, has over 80,000 feeding place and sleeping place of feet healh. I treated with lr. -,pCrWOUDE"S. tler- or the she'writes}" mrite.lains taken several b(1 4 ... z

,I ameVihair and o stuffed withhnir. entirely the clothing under it. It is impossible specimens. I have collected several hogs, they will prove themselves the Te'Favorie nine mombs without receiving any benefit. gJled my heath: wt> eFlripton', the I haveIh t

-.. -." The word "assassin1'" comes from the to recognize a woman in this ungraceful thousand at various times, and hope to cleanest domestic animals we have.If eulcrng Pscrpton.women" i greatest earthly boon to u attending mont of myself to the frtld now b on my feet a dy, ,
household. :
sheath which effaces I collect thousand be troubled with bark duties
.: Assassiniau* a branch of the fanatical every line.l se\.tral more before I you lice wash 4J
.- .' who Their veil, or ] -, is made of two i die. I have a good many cocoons in the the tree thoroughly with soft made TREATING THE
settled in WRONG
&Iobmmedans. Persia lit muslin bands more or less thick one of 1\ \house row-and that reminds me I must into i suds. .And, by the sa. will DISEASE.

.JOPO.to Jrler such young as their people chief were doomed trained to which covers the forehead, and the other : hurry off and have a look at them." always pay t carry the water on washdays ii l May? from times liver women or call kidney on their disease family another physicians from suffering' as they imagne. one from dyspepsia, another from heart
I the lower and of the face and apply around the fruit trees. this nen'ou exhaustion trt"n, another pain hero
upper part ,WMyiiy al Present alike theml\es and their wih or there,
a easy-going and
t
They Indifferent,
cxtipatcd about 1258 for or o
.. deth 1'ere far as the eyes. Therefore, the only I The Illinois House of ribctbl? potions assuming them to be such,when in 'l-huy ,spurt and distinct
antI about 12210 par A Cask That Holds 36,000 Gallons. Rrepresentatives womb disorder. rcalif.they (
Peria Syria. phYliC ignorant of the of ; al / caused b dst
of a Turkish woman's face that can bceen has lust made it a punishable offense too patient get no probably cause suffering encourages his practice bills im maae. The *,
btr. worse by of a
the
4e cjvil" ended August 20 I860. is Work was begun in 1883 the reason delay wrong treatment and consequent
Te 'a s the pupils of the eyes, which on great t certificates of registry of cattle Prescription. direcfetl to the cause would have complications. A proper
,4 Te.President of the Unittfd States on between the two veils, and rol, wine tun of Toledo, Ohio, writes 1 New ana other animals by false pretense and d1streMing symptoms, and InstitutIng comfort lstea1 of prolonged misery.entirely rmtfe, tho disease, thereby dlg :

:. thatday issued his proclamation, saying: on this _account, exhibit 1 won. York Times correspondent, but the solid also to give false pedigrees of animals 3 !Ir E. F. MORA of No.71 LeCnat0 St., ,
I do American oak of which Boson, Ma. says: 1 Marvelous O. F.
hereby proclaim and declare derful sweetness or wonderful L it is built was PHSIIANS was a .Fi\e ago fli-l I of Cnre. r. SPGU ?.
a Calves sufferer Ctjutal, Atich
should be uterine writes"I
that the insurrection which' hereto briiancy. It is noticeable that the young drying i in a kiln for six: years prior to the kept growing from FAILD. Having exhausted the skill of tl troubles phy femaii I weakness,.leucorrhea wa falling VA of the .'
fore existed in the States of (naming pretty inmates of harems usually that. Its oaken staves arc twentyonefeet start. A month-old calf should be sicau I was completely dicurged.and so [DOCTORS. wom for seven len'so I had to keep my .

->' i them) is at'an end,and henceforth to bet wear veils much more transparent than long and six inches square. In the fed an ounce or so of oatmeal or fine aone. :I began wlk Dr.could P wih Favorite Prescription room for army a of?ood different port 0 tl0 time J doctored with b a --1 ._

; a regarded." toes ugly and old. I have myself often I rough, six of them formed, a. load for a bran every day. Young calves should be \ing Medical the local treatment I rmmend-his 'Common Sense and of money, lu rewired no lt1 physieiuns beft. At spent last my large husband .:

S swim oh; their gdcs because their 'admired-but very discreetly-the mavel- two-horse team. With the utmost nicety carefully vermin.guarded against overfeedingand month Ader. ]/ cured,and have had: no at trouble onc In since.three I rerudCIl was prejidieed ti/ your mtd.tuea'hih, I wa loath to do. ;.'

; tye are placed.upon'ic"T8idc only, by our beauty of these terrestrial houris. they were put in place until, as I whole, health had letter to my family paper briefly mentioning how my ?
.,: which being bojtonr fijb, they arc able The veil, floating like a thin vapor be.: they measured over sixty feet in crcum- 'To grow asparagus from seed pour hot to any one been writing restored me for and offering t send the ful particulars ainst would the get mo some of your medicines, I would try them

,. the ground, and look upward fore their face, gave them a new charm, ference. Through the centre of water on the seeds sufficient to cover them Tcp for reply. I have them over enclosing etampedn 'Fatorlte ad\c Offl7,physician.six bottles lie got of me the six' bottles of''the "

'jp, "- for their pwy. For a relative teason,.. effacing all the imperfections of feature where it curves outward in a huge swell,' and' allow them to stand two or three and have, I have described my case and the treatment leter. 'VS Pserlptt! ds. M11-" of DiscoverY Discovery and four. for of .
earnestly advised used
\p their upper sides arc dark,- and of nl color. They smiled behind their: i it measures twenty:onc feet; the diameter days. Then sow the seeds in boxes ofenth many I have received second them letters to 'do of thanks likewise., stating' Brom that a gnt yea ravontePrescriptiria.'and I then n tae balance I have of.the been a sound woman for four

z. color of the bed whjch they inhabit, white cloud, with a little provoking air. at the ends is eighteen feet. It contains and transplantas soon as the young had commenced the use of 'Favorite Preecription,' had sent the Wl8 trubled In % aba medicine cured herself to my sister,who
waylnl In
white their, under Bide arc white.: a if to thank me for my admiration. 36,001' gallons of dry wine. To i plants shall be large enough.On iirJ treatment requ1i; for so fully the and Medical plainly Adviser laid,down' and therein had applied the fou me.years.have" thctBnm te any medicine now for a aos short _.

.5 The head-dress that the withstand the enormous of this small farms much better and were .
t John Stadler, of kRichville, Mich., is young inmatoe- pressure portable fences are often I already.' ,
curiously 'afflicted. He I* liable to loe of the harems wear when they go out, bulk, three iron rods are carried from end found advantageous. They can be con- THE '

bit m( ry at any time. More than once consists of a smal light and graceful cap. to end, where they arc riveted in oaken veniently removed from the old "rows," OUTGROWTH OP A VAST EXPERIENCE. "

be passed whole nights Irithin hail- which holds edges.of theci and i beams of great size and strength. The which are usually on the best land, so The treatment of many thousands of cases cures weakness of .
S distance of his varies but little in form Here hoops are of iron. There are fourteen of that in the course of rotation foot of those chronic weaknesses and distressing nuB and eructations stomach, indi i In pregunncT,"
't .ng own house, fearing to ( every ailments peculiar females,at tho geston. of L 58 Fa'ortl Pcpton" -
jS more, A ho was totally unable to recall again fashion, which has not been able to; them, and they weigh three tons. Each on the place may be cultivated. Hotl and Surgic t Itut Invaids'. nervine Boothlng, : and strengthening 1 weakness a/mofiJT'of curia. other nusa

.-. ".. the direction he should go, or even how give a month's respite to the hats of our hoop is six inches broad and about a If oats are cut when in the milk, and adapting h8 and In nicely equalled and Favort invauble.ln Prescription ajlaying is and un .symptoms common to that )t1Ofl. .
.. Christian has been third of an inch in They well thoroughly testing remedies subduing l tts use la kf-pt up in the latter I
tis house companions as cured
are months
looked or was situated with regard powerless thickni. properly in the cock, no more nutritious for the cure of woman's peculiar maladies. exhaustion excitbiIty. irtbUty. gestation. It
i; to the surrounding country. as elsewhere. The only victory that L groomed hoops, if in con- fodder can be obtained, and a Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription and other, prostration' :, nervous S8'8 L livery aa to greatly s prepares lessen the, and system f times
the many
i it has gained over the toilet of the stant contact with an emery But second of outgrowth or result, of this great commonly attendant almost entirrly do away with the
whel and upon functional sis
crop turnips, Hungarian, mil valuable experience. Thousands of and or that 8U1fer1nga .
: everything about the organic disease of the trying crdtftl.
Turkish women pertains to footwear great testimonials womb. It "
let or other quickly varieties received from patients and induces "avorlto .
:. Lunatic 'Wild Beast There are but few women of he lower; the great care that is taken of it. Its be had the same season grown from the land., can from more physicians who have tested It in the iety refreshing and despondency.sleep and relieves mental' anx In connection Preacrlptlon"when with theuse of .ur. Pierced .i ,.

classes that wear yellow Turkish oaken surface is polished to such a degree had aggravated and obstinate cases which Dr. Pierce Favorite GoWn Medkal Di iRCO"(: and small C
A
Brooklyn physician tells me that all ,dippers Professor G. G. Gray : "Ater baffled their skill. prove it to be the w a legitimate Prescription 'h'e d 0 "' Jara r
.. ihe animals in Barnum's on the" street. Most of them imprison I that the sun loves to creep i in says 1 most wonderful remedy ever devised for medicine, earcriillT I.Jttle Linr lice'sPurfratiTe? ; Pellets .
menagerie? and careful I arrive compounded by an :jmeures Liver,
study at the experienced
II conclusion the relief and and Kidney
cure of skillful and
.. their little ungraceful and through the prison-like windows and suffering women. It physician \l.Uaddt'r dl sds. Their -
feet quitecivilized and
adapted to combined
3i for Is not woman's
every'other menagerie matter that the hope bf our farmers North recommended as a cure-all" but delicate blooT use EJSO
removes
. tht slippers''and; even in high Parisian dance upon its shining bulk. The huge as a most organization. It is purely vegetable taints and abolishes .
,- insane perfect its cancerous
ire says writer 1 in" South East and West lies in Specific for woman's composition and and scrofulous -
a tle Brooklyn brass keeping the peculiar ailments. perfectly harmless in humors from the '
shoes pointed toes and spigot glitters like gold from thecoiners ita ystetn."FaTorUo. '
& effects
'le. l high in
: "ltl any condition
howling and of the
pt rearing, biting men horses busy on some market As a powerful InvlRoratinsr tonic system
hands. "Farorito
The
cad,'>ut simply off their mental basl. hcols.- oaken platform that or in raising provision and It imparts strength to tho whole system Uve cure for Prescription tit a poI.nedl'ine tor Prescription.te the only '. .
faces its crop forage the most women sold
: He that tremendous head and the oaken and to the uterus, or womb and its complicated and under by druffria, ,
says no animal accustomed to for home use.Prfessor 8, in ap obstinate cast-s of leucorrhea, or "whites a ponltive guarantee,from "
Fashion For .
stairway that winds particular. overworked ,
I'-: ', ihe free of woods and hills can be Notes. around the base and "worn-out," run-down."debilitated excessive flowing at monthly periods paiA- Jnanufacturers, that It will give 6atisfaOop'ndag ,
cooped rng for more than two Satins arc going out of favor. enables the visitor to look down upon H..E. Alvord says: Butter era. milliners. dressmakers seamstresses tl'achful, menstru.ition. unnatural suDprcssionx. funded.loa.J every This castor money will be re .J ,
I cage the mammoth from cows fed on ensilage stand .in the housekeepers prolapsus or falling of the womb, guarantee has beeni _
or three months without going to Tiny capotes are made of fancy Tus. glisten under frellentoats ers and feeble nursing mothback. female weakness," antevcrsion.weak vn the bottle-wrapper and falthfufiy printed .
pieces first women -
class in CIlr"shopgirls.
) of A blow our most critical markets generally Dr. troversion, reed out for -
bearing-down mAny
intelectuauyandmaunderingarund can. 'rish upon Piercc's Favorite Prescription is the great ic sensations chron 000 LaI'JtO b Uln .
: j impression unless and has done so some years. A ma- est earthly boon, being congestion inflammation and ulceration dosea $1.00 or clx bottles for .
@ an aimless ribbe great unequalled as an or tho 7dlWI
manner, paying Short-sleved.mantle are much in n womb, *
f cg jority of the best appetizing cordial and restorative inflammation pain and tcnderncKi C.
be the tonl
It
ear placed close to the wood then buyer'approve use ( in 1 W-Send ten cents :
to ovaries in
ltte attnhon anything but his feed. vogue. ; promotes digestion and accompanied with stamps for Dr i
assimilation
of of food, 1nterce's ; 1
Vests the sound is like the last of thunder good ensilage as part of the ration for rnal hent. Jftr (. Illustrated Treatise
) snake crocodiles and that sort ofcoldblooded as a rule, whether full or plain,P gasp a butter _._Address WORLD'SDlSpENs.fty *o ) OQ,Diseases of Women. (16 ..
and cows as on a with and -
Days roots
days
clap. in par MEDICAL
" .. creatures confinement is arc narrow. were occupied 1SSOCIATION, .
,
\r Ko.,663 MaIn
Street
f it with and' hay. BI1FFALO N.r.
filling catawba made from _
not'irksome
';" ; they obtain their proven- Black watered silk and black camel's grapes gin \"W E.R .
.
- "' ier without hustling for it, and that hair are admirably combined for that grow on islands in Put in Bay, .Thee is no advantage in having early Is The Best I las
r' mils them dress: where Commodore Perry John plants unless they be manured Bee 1f:
f Some kinds of for middle aged or elderly ladies. taught wel and i SLICKERH. I ate
oirds, too, find imprisonment a naturalcondition Bull a lesson some years ago; And when forced in growth afer being trans rp ro ofC oat I
: Colored "FISH _
instead BRt.\
petals of entire flowers the _
for they and their tun was ful. when 36,000 gallons of planted. The of the
starting Ever
I. ':.:_. .for many generation were born ncestor are used by London milliners wherea \ine had poured into the vast interior -, plants in hotbeds is to have ready Kin* fmnine onlmtuupfH Don'hrl8&eyourmont'vonalrUmormt.h'reoat. Made. !_
nd cages, mere suggestion of color is desired there was much for the with the abon abllOlutel-t.,,,,anat trl 'rnoo..and Thltn5'U DSLIC lI or
never knew liberty. But with rejoicing in the ground when frost shall have TRADE HARK. will kerp yon drY 1n tht hmrle.t, fdn 1L"
.' nd strong Large wooden beads i immediate vicinity and all Who and if #i .5iiIiAji?;: An'v atorm_ uuwzr
active animals the case is different. rsr placed as witnessed passed, they be not then well man- 21 Jg TOWElt.iv'y ;Pt. Bn, I :
.p.., The lion, the tiger, the wolf, fox and closely together possible, finish the the completion of the process felt aged to maturity the labor bestowed in t n stan ;

bear do not endure transplanting from edges of the street jackets. i irrduty to drink to' the health of the beginning may be lost. S1OOO

i their native deserts, plains and jungles. Burnouse shawl draperies and jabot I; the Toledo tun, and to do so in such unstinted When lambs are at night and :Meiai or rhsdeat *> _

Imprisonment in little them folds arc favorite for measure that the occasion found dead w(1 Why did the Nery fl$5ealItov. _
i to arrangements the I i r in the morning the result Women 15 i.hue .. H.vM.d 4
: .zr. the direst cruelty. cags a man back of the skirts of spring dresses. likety never to b forgotten those. is sometimes to forced and high 1 l'hiladslpi a,Pu. SolO by all

,:{.: : fee JJ be had t live in one? Muslin parasols in."jthc twelve pointed L I participated.Irving.Fisher. feeding, inducing fatty degeneration of .

star designs have one star laid over the the heart. Overproduction of fat, with a \ PATENTS
i Jay Gould ii'ireryfond of his other a Yale student, has invented I of
one deficiency bone this
youngest portion being or and muscle is ,
transparent. very country use over thirteen
Howard -who an for million
apparatus
h '. 'ID, u about twelve years Collarettes recording the injudicious treatment and cakes of .ti*
wristlets and mabe i
3 belts fvancolored .
and
DId and who o length of the
closely resembles" strength
hit stroke pulled avoided
father. jets are worn with, and I by each membr of a'rowing crew. It iq by..feeding material abounding i Procter & Gamble Lenox Soap in 1886 ?
render affective, the simplest costumes. : already in-phophatCad nitrogen. rather than i in 1
use. -
, i ad Ic t Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand

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