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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 30, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
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< .':,' -.--------,----.- -- -. _. STAEKE, BRADFORD CO., FLA. JULY 30, 1887. i NO.4.-- t
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: Only one former "Vice-President J .
itirTives HOME. ------ -,>
: -Hannibal Hamlin, the first of the Home's are the one who wastes time in talking' Reuben tried to be quitecool, but for t AT BAY. I

'.' six Republican not merely four sure walls, that is evident." the life of him couldn't help blurting out. NEWS SUMMARYEastern TEMPERANCE. 4
'lcc-Prcudent. He The This is the end then of striving that what .
;: iras elected Though with pictures hung and gilded; laugh was against the aCCtlsernow his uppermost anxiety in own fashion ; I .

'. t office in I860, and i Home is where affection calls, for Reuben, assuming her own in- .i- h' "* comes of it all; and Mitldlo States. Slaking Liquor -'l.s-Disgraceful. !

?t,:. now nearly seventy-eight years old. Fie with shrines the heart hath builded! quisitorial air, arraigned her escort. ""Oh, no; I have a letter, which, may Darkness and foes just behind one; before, an ADVICES from the ht'.d'uartr of tho The other day s wa cam that the Missouri V ; .

'A.shrewd go watch the faithful "Tom Taylor, give an account of your be you'll like to hear;" and she read: impassable wail.V Knights of Labor in Fhisadelphia' state that Masons w ,\5 en force a rule excluding fromtheir.aprar'all '

mcrc1l1t says that the money Bailing 'neath the heaven above dove self. What kind of :knight errant are "DEAR KATE: glad hear What does it matter how stanchly one may a new constitution b ben adopted. slon-ktlr The action of ;

expended in labor to keep a brass signS Home where there's u; you, to let the basket of your lady fair we are coming Wi you b t have battled for truth. thiar mot powerful of secret sietie suple- _
.
i one to love 1
that of
properly scoured could be more profitably Home is where there's one love rctur so empty of the spoils!1" "My coz Joe has become engaged in a manner When with his weapons all broken he sits by South and\Vcst. -. tt'enting temperance societies the Knights, cannot but have ad a ":t
us.Home's
t as soon now as ever highly satisfactorily to Aunt Ma and the of youth! GENERAL SPEED. Attorney-Genryal You
'Yel Id tel you grave h JAME mighty influence in the right direction. ,
invetedi newspaper He we are coming to America for .
advertising. not merely J'of and room; that and some know did it profit in past years that one did during administration, died :few 'cannot prevent men from selling liquor by
purpose. Wht
.oe not believe in brass ornaments of any It needs something to endear it This little girl here has just promised to Lui ill you tarry marrie an eat Englishman roast beef at, the best that he knew, days his since at his home TO ir Louisville V Ky.in making the act disgraceful. It is a fact that : Ioccupations
abroa seventy-sixth "
kind. Home is climb year. the most debased have always
__?_______ where the heart can bloom, another hi with me-the long her leisure. When in the gloom of the present, virtue her Jogs T. Ross has been to death been willingly followed if the pecuniary "i
Where of "But r
one life. Joe'sfianceg is cultured Bostonian "ntD'o
there's times a 1
Sweden has some kind lip to cheer itl I good we mean self seems untrue at Baltimore for the crime "bio-kins.n I It- were large enough. But you can pre
become and the war
:great exporter of What is home with none meet! to have, too, spoils or no spoils to show Athens only sacred fitted surroundings for of the mod- Why should one fight longer when noth- murdered an old colored: that lit young men from associating with those V I
t era are \.003. r
any
"butter. The amount sent abroad last None to wlcoml nona to for it, when the journey's done." mind thei nupilst"Don.t defeatJSuly might sell her body to a n.edif.l college for upon whom society has put its ban. When ,
greet usl! my s ing rmainbut make disgraceful, V 1
selling you
year was valued at more than $4,000,000. Home is sweet, and only sweet, I was a frank announcement, and love gf ad to b coming that I don't know what I such labor were useless and idle the dissecting THREE pur you make the saloon liquor even less respectable than it -:. 1
made the write. men were killed JUVA six at ,
Where lighthearted fellow for the injured
The Swedish dairies are now worked there's one we love t meet usi!; once a bit "Poor auntie has given me up as a cut-and- stirring of feet. a fire in Jacksonville, Fla. i is at present as a pc of resort. ;

upon the most improved systems. Onlj They poetcal friends and schoolfellows dried old maid, the black sheep of her flock; Ah! but the soul that faithful knows it is FIFTEEN minr were irsomd* by fire at Most Drunken, Country in .q
\ i al so, after the fuss of the wedding is all over, I i the mines Virginia City, Xev. Five bot lies Enrop
hands
skilled TRAILINGARBUTUS.
arc cmployel in receiving and wel knew that Tom's suit I'm going to find some respectable, motherly good to have fought; were reov.erll, and although; stnuou"effOrts to statistics, Belgium is the V

the milk, separating and the had long ben repulsed by blueeyedKate body, and come down to my father's house at Knows it good have acted, whatever the were nxuie' to rescue the other men, it 'Atorthig country in Europe Where in *
refining the old Ulenham to live and work and be content. You i t was aotl elieved would there there t
and doctor had been has > they be found alive.A J>bU were 5-tOOD public houses,
cram, churning the butter. The ny F. E. H. RAYMOND. opposed. Tom's mother had been a trifle have no sister; s just think how handy I doing brought ?IRE Louisville, Ky a numberof are now l'.K),- that is to say, one for every .t
work is performed with the will be in case of the measlt-s, or such! This is the crown of the conflict, this the re- destroyed fourty-four of the population. The Government ---
greatest care "Hurry up, Truie, dear, and finish frivolous; enough to make her studious "I wonder do you er go a-laying nowi wad of all strife damage large of toocc( ) warehouseentaiimi. ? : has recently prepared a for the ra -.,?
and cleanliness.: The dairymaids receive your sweeping! Kate husband's life a burden to him. It was Maybe I'll be home in time ... $4,10. and another bill for bi prevention .. *
has Faith in one's self and one's motives no mat- pr's-ion.
a practical and theoretical run over to that Merri just in memory of this, and because lie"feared and if so, I'll shoulder one of your fat babies, b pitched fettle btW'.n Deputy Sheriffs of drunkenness. Publicans who supply <
training at fay all to and the other and we'll have delightful ter how darkened the life. ad band of n the Indian Territory -
a-Maymgthis go Kate :Merrill was another of the same :you a long, a deprIO drink to per.-ons.obviously drunk, or to any I Iont
dairy schools.! afternoon day on the mountains. TRIX. Flesh bruised and defeated but i two of lattr .'killed and three
spiritis undrr sixteen
"Oh, that's sort, that he objected. But all these may b i wounded. years of age, are t b ;
lovely! answered liable to fine not Xl for j
-- girl On the 15th! and this the 3d oi never a exceeding
was
.
ish voice from the stair. 1 young people knew better, and that under disgace FOURTEEN inches of extr. large Hail stones offense; while if cause a minor to dnnkto ;
Tyler is the only President whose wife top May. Even now Beatrice Morgan must Spirit is always triumphant, whatever sharp they
Missouri
'But I didn't know a laughing manner lay a true and stopped a Pacific train in Kansas. intoxication they may be fined XWho I
lfe3 while he was in office, but that Wa flowers out there were any faithful heart. be in America, only an hour or two distant pain it has faced. The hai stones broke all the car windows on ever is responsible for serious illness-resulting ? !
yet. from him.Thackeray one of the train and drove the JCJ V' '
engineerout from intoxication be fined from
So it with may
X his first wife. He was a widower not "Wel, there are, then. Tom Taylor's they was around warm the congratulations says that "all good women Here, at the end of my conflict, I counsel not of the cab. JtfcO.w th from a week to two years' imprisonment t "J

quite two years; and counting him there a ride over 'Break Neck,' and gathered openheartedyoung are Kate was a good yet with despair, A CHICAGO dispatch states that Dr. McGlynn according to the gravity of the case. V ;
14 reports there couple, and in the midst of much match-maker. all the deposed New York will Shoulll death ensue a fine varying from 10 : \
are (quantities. Though seeming my struggles are priest,
been six widower and she felt
t h
hive woman, certainly '
Presidents a pleasant
the "Did he bring an\1' harmless hilarity the homeward ride was who but beateth the air. become a Knight of Labor.A to xno. and from live to ten years'imprisonment ;
others beingJefferson Jackson you taken. sense of satisfaction watching her Six may be imposed. Public house debt j
VanS
election
\otonc. gest'sfaec otEc-ers in Baltimore have
He said if arbutus was while she refolded her letter. Darkness and foes are about me, yet I std A are no longer to be recoverable. \
: Fillmore and worth Alas, for the "shadow and shine" of been sentenced to jail, for two
Buren Arthur
these fiv havnig: it tat 1 .
Yt'an
was worth going after; life How the tern lines had faded out of with my back to the wall, for committing election -V j

V './-remaining;' unmarried while in the WhittJ and Down it is he who is getting up the party." Beatrice Morgan had no mother, and it, and how much like the old-time Reuben Facing whatever Fate sends me, and facing FIVE men were killed frll njt ,New Prospect, Alarm of the Liquor-Dealers. -," '

Housc, and but one bachelor President ramcTrixie, dusting each stair her old father invalid. he began to look Fate thus I shall fall! Texas, turing a cyclone.FIRE The St. Louis Gl- tnocrat, commenting V
was an '
as she did Spring .
!, V 'Buchanan, rho< was single throughout her white so, and looking as pretty in wild-floweis had scarcely given place to "Wel, I find I must shorten my call," -Oscar Fay Adams, in Travelers' Record.PITII has almost sw-ppt ou*of existence the upon the : "The the liquor alarm men which to defe"has |J ,
mob-cap of ) Wis. p1hllition. says!
as she did town Tile IONS i is not less
in
sa
his Cleveland c\el a the June roses when Mr. Morgan sickened young man, springing up. Iansticll >een by the leading liquor dealers .
: term the tl
new than
being only othei spring hat. I : ,OOJ Aople are' bme .
-. and died. The day of his funeral was "Thank you for reading the letter; and JOOU throughout country the past few w k V ]
-who began a tcrm a a bachelor. Fillmore lU-at rice Morgan was certainly a charming the one fixed for and Kate's wed- say good-by to Tom for me." AND POINT. less.Ax is one of the most significant j

,;.. his second wife after his! girl. couldn't define her beauty Tom "What! going so soon? Purely you organization known a marrict maybe she had ding; and instead of acting the pleasantpart the Switch" goes around whipping women of lives of the whiskey interest realize at I lost 4
"V -1 term as President expired. He and none. Still the daik: of bridesmaid for her friend, poor will stay for supper. Tom wi be The crab is a very grasping.creature. bad diameter. in Adams (Juunty, Ohio. A that their industry is in peril, and are tikinj |
eyes were bright with intelligence and awfully disappointed to miss few nights a O twenty of th'Knightsjiia--keJ i
you. to themselves. During
Trix
knelt
sobbing by her father's A Order--Break ranks. mars protect
the Popular Military
two of grave.Change
Tyler arc only our Presidents the saucy little nose had a piquant prettiness "I'm sorry, but-pulling out his watch"I and armed,dragged a Mrs.:Martin and her nearly all the years which have |
intnene
1.1 : who havi"* h4d two wives. of its own. The skin at least was followed change. It was impossible find I have just time to catch thecvening -SIinri3. daughter from l to l,tied tLm to the doorframe i>the time of the 1
r for a young girl to live alone. I A watch-a and whip1.; thenwith hickory first in the United States
perfect: and if the hair did stop sleeping policeman.Philntlelphia temperance society i "
have train after mother
--- -- to be seeing again. J
The switches until became unconscious.WHILE .
well connected and they
Morgans were an I Herald. and the early portion of the present year tho .
A plan conceived as long ago as 1873 crimped to make those becoming little aunt just going abroad insisted upon taking I I workmen were excavating for a liquor men considered themselves masters of. V f

1{?. about to begin realization for the construction waves, why, so did that of many another. Beatrice with her. Reuben had triedto And up the village street sped Reuben, A man's funny-bone, we presume, enables pile for 1 railroad: bridge nt-.ir( Portsmouth, thf situation.It is probableto be sure.tha they "

I i Some critics found fault with the mouth. be of use in this time of trouble but his feet winged with the energy of hope. him to "laugh in his sleeve.- Ohio, the steep bank caved! in, killing six fell some fear when the early crusades aains V I .
in.'New York city, of Protes- was rather the rum evil were inaugurated about a .
1 I large and decided; but itcertainly officious relatives who had heard the village The 9:15 train was I late that nightandthe Yoiiter's Statesman.The men.TUREE bnf V
but that emotion | "
was successfully
: tnt Episcopal: Cathedral, which will was very womanly as well, and rumors, and who thought the matchwith impatient traveler. was compelled to merest schoolboy could dispute Mexicans who went to sleep under century ago into contempt, amusementV i #
the a freight car at Rio Grande Station: transforme
surpass in size and grandeur any similar tender hips mi ted over a perfect set a poor man unsuitable for their rest and reflect. the paying that "history repeats itself." were killed by the moving of the train.Texnq and a they realized their own i ipouers '
of teeth. to this trim little "A needle in haymow." Boston and the of their foes. But \ .
a wasa .
w'atme"
Addt.t -
building on this continent. The projectis niece, snubbed him so politely, yet de- .Jolf'ucl'o.Htctol. YELLOW FEVER is increasing in wer and *
figure all this has been since the beginningof ;
aidcfl others than still held a suggestion cidedly, that he refrained from offeringmore. good-sized place, he remembered, and A mustard plaster! is very sympathetic; virulence at Key West Fla. the thnje1 old andfcw.ggir .'
being by Episcopalians of hidden present year. arrogance ,
strength, and Trixie I where among its crooked streets dwelt when it e\'t do anything else for you it FIGURES just ShOW: that thft industrial ; has departed, and in its place has ". j" .
in oneinstancc a Presbyterian giv. verified old Dr. Taylor's opinion: "Just a He sought an interview with the girl I his darling that night? draws your attention.-Uoodalfs Sun. tivity publhl .the South during appeared a decided manifestation of dread at ". .V

\\ lag $100,000. .The estimated cost of the bonnie, wholesome, lovable girl" he loved. She, knowing nothing of the With the daylight, "hotel registers'!" You and Jones don't seem to be as the first half of 1SS7' was far greater thane tlu jHTiIs by whi h they'have suddenly found ..

? structure will be 6000000. The con- That good physician very glad which had been offered hun, and was the bright thought which came to thick Does he \r before, the number of new enterprises thCJ.tHs l'OnCIOattl J
ly have seen her the wife of his boy Tom insul him. As he hopedthe name of the Morgan as you vcre. owe you organized or established in tiat time having
;j struction of the cathedral will be done in but unfortunately the ; hut, on her side, by his apparent want of found at any nioncy! "No. He wants to.- been \, ", against 81'J for th same time last Playing Fool. ]i
young had party were a prominent
man received him '.
sympathy coldly.In
rJicn into
I Talk. A'VnSblngtoj An industrious shoemaker fell
Vi year.
sections. The choir, which will probably formed a preference of his not "house;" hujt to his disgust, he learned young V
own, consonant the abandon of her grief, her aching In the matter of speed there is a great the habit of sl.nting much time in a saloon j
I b erected first, will, it is said, be as with his father's choice. heart had longed for the solace of his also that they had left after a brief between flash of lightning near by. by one his cwtomer began to *: J

t large Church in the There were a good many girls in love. lie had failed her! and she recalled similarity a desert him. When his wife remonstrated : '
Trinity metropolis. stay."Where and bit of unfounded *
Glenham, as there are in"every place if did they go?'' a gossip.St.AlHlS To rmothe money string'ncy caused bya with) him for so neglecting his work for the t .
with cheek how
The site has not been selected but it burning easily he would ( : "Ohi! I'vejut '
will Magazine."Mother
one has the to look for them. They had "Well, really," the politely noncommittal Wall street clique' ie 're'ary Fairvhild 111001 carelessly reply
CnS she given to one who caredso been down littk while playing l-
a
ordered the of interest ahead
hersel July
be as command ing a one as can be secured. gathered at Kate Merrill's home that little! clerk informed him, "he couldn't Loud her she tones said with of woe a heart, that boat of time. The payment effevt of this orler was to release His little two-year-old caught the pL" 4

The name will be the Cathedral of John brigh spring afternoon, and filled! the The pain and constraint of both sides say, you know. Some private house, he "To you a the secret I'll repeat, ] about *'.II,< H',UI) wouldoftfii ask' : ''Isyou goin'down to play -. _1

: the Divine, and the work of building will farm-wagon to overflowing with theirexuberant were unbearable, and the meeting was I believed, but"-eying our hero's anxious This cold world cannot know THE Treasury Department his decided that fII tin--iKx-iuakor l, 1a1af' 1,his as ma-le lio realized 1(deep that impression the ou- :" 4,
question
be life. But Reuben was not the man to face suspiciously"real ly he couldn'tsay I Lay thy hand on my troubling brow- imported cows cannot l>e embraced" in the was leingansnereil in the falling oif of
commence atm early day. "Kvcry lassie had her laddie." TonTa'lor brief to I you know." I Nay shrink not from the theme category of 'household effects," and ore his ('liStI1iCrSnit the growng; of tho ;
) .* _.? __'"*11_"11 ** *_*1_* drove with Kate besMi tamely" injustce. I -Anothe idea struck the baffled searcher. Oscar has come for two weeks now, therefore not entitled to frit) entry)on the I Mt. re-'lveL want to -/IInu'hod
:
"Beatrice he again
laughing parting, "you And said cream. that toliekejt for onil
never
Cnsumptior is the cause. of nearly him. A brace of spirits they. are dearer to me thai life or honor, or The Spring Exhibition of Water ir Tejras Sifting ground tl'}are V j > t.e pool tall, but weakly allowed the .' <'

V 4 ffteen per cet. of the whole number of There were Liny Mills and Hob Mitchell, anything the world holds good. On that Colors was in progrc at the Art Club- Brevity produces some very remarkable useTim President, has appointed the following V.i&slou he of f.unl piny to boll him of I work long,out time.of : -,

I- three in 1,000 of the Anna Turner i.nd William Pomfret ; May: afternoon upon the mountain, I be- houseand, ( thither, sooner or later.an art- specimens of what the philosophers call Presidential Postmasters: njamin ATnsker \ I iwuiI.y. and out of flour. Sitting on his

t ,'. aQ1t lastly Trixie Morgan and Ueuben Heeve. lived that you loved me. Some reptilehas ist would be sure to find her way. nominalism. One of our correspondentshad at Fort Edward, N. \Y.; John T. l.-\h one afternoon, idle and despondent, he "
V whole population each year of the world He the and Gallup, at (iret'nport. N. Y., burr C. heard exclaim "No work today
The road was good to the foot of the come between us. When I have con bought morning paper, occasion to into a store to inquirefor land was to : again

_ over. Impure air and bad hygiene are mountain. There the steady old team quered and killed it, I shall ask you to hurried to Newbury street. It was very Dr. Abcrcromble's go works, "The Intellectual Newton, at Bolivar, N. Y. I ;,"what>ratttod I'm to the do 1 baby don'tknow., "can't" you"Why.run V

:.t potent factors in its production. The was fastened, and the real fun began.: redeem your pledge. Till then, fare- early, himself the frt visitor. So he Faculties' and "The Philosophy V ADDITIONAL Postmasters ai.rointnt by the t'.l papa and i play tol some more!* 'Oh! hush, V
Who docs not remember just such a I." tried to pass the reading. Instead President: Henry D. Pessek" at Quincv, his father .
disease is most prevalent in temperate wel of the Moral Feelings. When he you poor bofc% groaned Iham- '
Hull
jaunt! The sunshine the he did the most unromantic thing Mich.; Hoagland, at HiiniPttsbargh, striciien.' '' just the trouble.
warm spring ; He was gone; and Trixie Morgan laydown asked for them the bookseller solemnly P lhat' rap'
but exists in a virulent form inV went sound A wakeful Iowa. has played much already."
overdiscovered possible asleep. fol
c1tC delight treasures an exhilarating that with of
sense
; night a greater replied "I know I moral
; any his home icCl1fol.tablc
and
1a"en't played it again, to-day
'the tropics. The influence of altitude ii i sense of the bursting, throbbing desolation than before; yet with a renewed night, after a hurried journey, had feelings, and I doubt I have any Toreiffn. 1'Hr and happy once more.-Temperance !

very marked. There is almost complete life all around belief in the truth of her lover, wearied him greatly; the quietude of the intellectual faculties."-Christian Adro- AT tl' clilJrpn's festival hold in Hyde Banner. ,.

the I3y-and-by, Beatrice, who had been which she resolved should find an answering deserted gallery was irresistible, and vate. Park. of the i UCu's Jubilee V'
the disease
.from 1
V immunity among foremost the search.grew tired and sat truth in her. Dame Nature placidly! poked Miss Romance :;uoo, ) litfe: ones were pr*ent. Queen Powclerly'a Advice.

; higher Alps, the Andes, the Iimalayur down to rest 1 on a great boulder. passed, and the simple Glenham into her pocket for a bit. Ill-Tempered Monkeys.The Victoria the, the children Prince from and a Prii--.ess platform.MRS. of. Wales Terence V. Powderly,Grand Master vt rk. ,;

and other elevated wandered little After a refreshing nap, Reuben awoketo greeted man of tho Knights of in a recentspeech -
: extremely regions: Reuben had a away in girl had changed much. With native tact red minister Lbr. .
Brazilian Mycetes monkey, or LECKIE wife of a at Mass., I
find the full of Pre..ttrian Lynn
'; while the Tennessee and North search of water, for the trip had made she had readily adapted herself to her rooms quite people. A Airth, Scotland! sid .
among little ashamed of his he howler, defends itself by means of its appalling i at ftrf temprary "Had 1 NyiOO.OOO tongues and a throat V
"forgctfulness,
V, : V, Carol mountains a case of true pulmonary them al athirst. new surroundings; had enjoyed, with and sauntered about the voice, writes Felix Oswald. At insanity, cut the throats of ( 'lrr'hidren for each tongue, I would say to every man; .
.
As returned, with his tin cup fled, heartiness, the "goods the gods gave rose alerv. and then her own. woman and chi'd here to-night: Throw
the mere sight of a jaguar Mycctcs assembly -
J consumption was seldom, if ever, his face suddenly blanched her,"Jet kept throughout it all her own Presently, something arrested will I raising FIVE or six persons were kit: at a tenement strong: drink aside nsyou would an ounce of .V .
*
4 delicate odor whichin set up a general whoop, helL It the conscience, it destroys -
London. liquid
known to originate. In seeking a new taiL individuality. was a subtly sweet house fire in sears
r' strong i their voices to a deafening everything it It reaches into
flash carried him back to old BreakNeck uproar Mexico aithori/ing tot'hrs .V
a : THE new law in the
he loved above
offers been
the
'i' location immigrants are wise who settlt Trixie, girl everything Some advantageous hal and : till the enemy prefers to retreat. Someof execution of train wr'ckers has put th!family circle and takes the wife you had ;
ton-malarious neighborhoods. on earth, sat gazing dreamily out made her; and her aunt, who daughters :May-day, years jrone by. the old howlers are then apt to pursue summary to that 1 1Tnr sworn to prot"ct and drags her down V
<, her and anxious that looked around now, eagerly. a stop industry. from her to that house I.
beneath to be purity
over the valley only a of her own, began le
him for a quarter of a mile, breaking out yacht Genesta won the Jubilee' rae I
lady in a dark blue travelingdressstood from which no decent woman ever
-- few feet from her ready: to was her attractive niece should "settle. \ time twelvo
spring Britain.: Her was
1 into fresh execrations whenever
: they It tho father to
f The Etntisticsliavc been before one of the but not aroulI.rt'at goes alive. induct .
,
following huge The unusual waimth This worldly-wise woman wholly disapproved pictures! hours and \a minutes. I.
rtlenake. eatehsiglit of speckled hide. It takes tM"S. tify.1 take the furniture from his house, exchangeft
the she
V compiled by the American Steam-boiler of the sun ( it from its lair. nnd of the severe course of art studyto looking at it. On contrary, was hours to calm their excitement and in for money at the pawnshop ant spent tho V

some unknown disturbance had roused which Beatrice had: applied herself; holding to her face, and as nearly hid- LIGHTNINGFREAKS i proceeds in rum. damns everything it
Insurance Company of New York of the moonlight, when every bush seems to : I
little motion of de-
in a caressing tom-lu-s. I it in east of
ing, have city
the _
understand
its be Trixie's little and quite failed to : severeindifference every
boiler during the last twelvemonths anger;may hoot-hee light, a bunch of trailing arbutus. hide a lurking foe, they often make a I the Mississippi river, and I know that the
explosions bruised it. with which she dismissed
had unknowingly a MRS. THEODORE WILLIAMS, of Acworth, :
it and
of
and air night keep up a farsoundingroar must damning curse to the laborer is that.
: On the instant came the ominous soundof wealthy suitor, or the feverish anxiety Despite distinguished foreign renewed at the rustling of Go., was killed by a stroke received "hiile she which gurgles from tho nock of the bottle.I .

V Flour mills and grain elevators..... 3 the ratles,and the hoarse cry: "Don't with which she awaited the reception of there was something very familiar about twig. every was taking in clothes from a wire clothes had rather be at the head of an organizationJiaving ,-:'

Sugar refineries, dye works, sugar houses move for your life!" And the girl awoke her first picture at the Salon. the trim figure; and the hal.hddenpro-: The: East African baboon often falls line. I i lOOY t nprat honest, earnest -
file could be I LIGTNING struck the of David EmIly, of
their life in was, only plow men organization
... 5E reverie to Itcubeu beatingand During the first months of Beatrce.
and pork-packing {tahtshncnt. from her see His heart a great an victim to his passionate temper. If the of N'lholas\il. Ky., with which: he was at !1,1100drinkers) whether moderate or any V
Paper bleach"rie etc............. 3 threshing to its death the reptile I Europe, a few letters had come for Trix, gave IJOUDl side. Arabs wish to catch a rock baboon without "' infc a hundred pieces and Dther livery dime spent in the rum- ;
mil instant he was at the lady's kind .
whose had just now threatened her directed in a masculine hand; but with killed hoth and his mule. 'I stone for itne
WBreweries
and iron works.. ... .. fangs The brown looked at him in bringing on a conflict with a whole la"1. 1,101' fun\ishe a paving hpll.n

and distilleries".._.,......... 2 own life. With a sickening shudder she the same motherly care she exercisedover eyes low she up had troop of his tisty relatives, they have onlyto ARCHIE Parksville, Ky., wns taking Pennsylvania (county in a .yell = .
closed her and opened them only the love affairs of her own girls, glad amaze. lovely grown deircd his horse fnim the plow, when lightning J17.HiOuou(' was spent for liquor, and it was
Cotton mills and textile manufa ctories... 11Locomotives eyes insult the specimen by hittinghim
"Beatrice I the ? that $ of tho amount
was crossing him the trouble. The b>lt tlwn ran tilatAI
God1! reached her Mrs. Morgan had retained the missives in carlnf 81(1 tOUIIJ
when a low "Thank with a stone. Ten to one the enraged Jarnf* from In this county a *
portable lioilers l and colliery ocean t find The old serpent of across the field eighty feet, and killed three workingmen.

l boilers, etc..... ...... ............... W ear.She her own possession. Her conscience was poverty' is dead ; let all the doubts four-bander will rush down from other horses. I I I Knight of Labor assembly, the members of .' .. V?
my seceded
of the
put out her hand, : Itcubcn satisfied-for it was good-natured, the rocks and the offenders ontheir (rhii h added much to the rum traffic, .
mi charge As Robert of cothe, Mo., "
Marine boilers elevators and of these die Appleby, .
(tugs, floating that not destroyed misunderstandings years Chi i the order when asked for certain T'
still withxthe sort- were ro' a
t .... .... JOShaning took it, each face pale I obliging they I afraid to make own vantage ground, when theycan was standing in his door, 'ng struck a a '
""" ffijT vessels! ); .. ".... .... back for a time. with it. If was my limbs ''S ment '
fright. In such a inomcntdisguisesdrop. only kept easily him by a stunning tree near by and threw one of the :
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nulls and other woo-worker... 131liscellaneonsincluding Alfthc love which he had felt, but for his So the poor girl never knew that Reuben meaning plain before, I am of not whole now. blow or by capture means of a net. against Applebybreaking his arm and nearly I Temperance News and Notes. .". :'c.:. .

low-pressure bi- hidden beneath his I had written and he, receiving no replies, Here I ask you, dear love my killing him. .
poverty's sake kept ; I have a Chacma baboon who flies intoa There are sixteen liquor bills before. the
e i's........_................ own breast, shone in the young man's i accepted the fact that his darling wished life, will you be my wife? with passion at the slightest provocation.If A BRAKEMAN- named Williams was struck Pacific English Parliament. .' V
the soft filled train of the -
Once more eyes by lightning on a His 1
Total._............ ....:............. 625 eyes, IIII before their earnest gaze Beatrice to ignore him.hard He gave himself and almost happy tears, and vailed themselves be- she sees anybody cat or drink she while stopping at Centre Vie.v, oul. Ito I The ostrchvhich hides its head in foolish the. b
I work gained is not
her fiercely, to 1 her hand for share cal the land more
trctches
dropped own. I out a was tossed nil about the ose iy pow purI.
len killed...."... ,....... I,OJ A delicate color crept into the pale steadily ad position on a leading fore his pas-ionate glance; once more a and:if her wish is not instantly gratifiedshe erful fluid, but esaped serious inj-.lry. :han I he man who takes to drink to drown ,, V
Arsons injured. ,............... JttJ32 mncing his leisure hours he white hand held out to him a bunch of ti oul>!o.
ckeek, and two great tears welled out daily jounal the iron bars of her cagi and A NEGRO and his wife, of iumiett: ; Ga., -
He
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their own sacred, diinty: flowers. grab For Atkinson, New Ham'phire -
articles and just now drove their mule untlr sh' i during a many years
Total .... .... 2.2.-.S from drooping lid*. wrote ; rock about the floor like a shipin a saloon and for t'n
... tlU his first book. The volume took them both, the hand and the blossoms storm. A lightning bolt struck tl"mu' an.lbroke has been without a ,
month ovei There was no need for words. In their had published a storm. Once she managed to bend rear* no money ha been needed for tholuppoi _
Average explosions< per : with tender revenge, and keep his nuck.but ue'.ther: of the ijpgnxM was V
and with the
heart spoke to heart. proved a success, proceeds 'i those bars out of and t of its V V
of :
escape pauiiers.
fifty-two. and injured great thankfulness, I them to the en&-Friiiak 1 ., two shape hurt, except in (('(Hng. V
Average Idle The white handrti clinging tremblingly of its sale he determined to go le'f. through the gap. But we caughther : LIISHTNINO; jninpod from a Iarg.ilo"u-t trt' President Feelye, of Amherst College, says: V

per) month, over Ib8. to his own, was reverently lifted to the abroad.lie Fish Traveling Overland. again by getting a boy to shake his on tIe: premises of John \\-. Jlun at "The great revenues for high license the
lover's lips and this was their unspokenbetrothal. said to his friends that he "neededrest fist at her. She had taken refuge in a N. J., into the house and ran all over it.vist-: mormons taxes on intoxicating drinks are
; and the education of a foreign A singular in connection with the ing gilt picture frame u4tairs; and wrung from the wretchedness of worse than
: fac every
1 t tree in front of the house, but in the excitement than
t l. There are thirty-seven ( oleomargarine 01.I Presently as they strolled slowly down tou." To his heart, that he needed, pike is its of suddenly appearingin at the offered insult she leaped down, and, then made its exit by a ole] in the ithildien widowed!''wives and worse orphaned -

factories in the United States, two their nailing and would find, Beatrice. ponds in which it did not previously the veranda and that .# V
the mountain side toward I upon the roof of chasedthe roof.THE fikm ltritt'splae I Experiments seemed to have proved
I V iheh arc in Denver, two others west ol friends Hcubcn broke the silence. But before he went he would run down i I exist. Experiments which have been culprit from room to room into a b1rbet-wir fence.. abr "ark, like V ileohol l if taken in small quantities exercises V V V

te river, eleven in Chicago, "Darling, you give me a spray from to Glenham, say good-bye to old companions I. made would seem to point to the infer- gai ret, where we succeeded in recapturing an electric Ionro machine during a rece'-tTjwii'tfer a favorable influence on digestion in individuals V
V Mississippi five in "i and see that the dear, white ence that this fish, like the eel, will her. storm. and Mr. Britt and his ney-'o 'servant in good health. All the same, such in- .
I, six in the State of New York, basket? land for short distance the ;livi'luaIare much Letter off without. it.- tVBo.stoii -.
you a few flowers, the haired mother had everything providedfor travel over a were rendered unconscious by ine1ubut -. V
Roe Island, five in Pennsylvania, foui Beatrice gathered and her comfort. through wet grass, to reach water. An suffered no serious injury. ; Herald. V V '
sweetest of her store, gave Work. of the sixteen
original
I inOhio in Massa rosiest and he in at instance of this kind once happened at I Ddn't Two Columbus ( ) negrqes t< fcVpfugounder Isaa--. Oliver, one .
one in Indiana, and! one the to her lover. In that simple act Among other places, dropped Is. thunrtr) who founded the Order of Sons of Temper-
cities. IMWV and found Kate down on the Zoological Gardens. During the Had terrible time yesterday even a tree during fton of New York.
in Tom Taylor's in the city
chusetts. All but one are she felt'that the had also given her pledge a and both were killed. One had Its ehothestrilped nnce, died recently
who have the floor, playing T.ith her twin boys. night, a tank in which a pipe was con ing'said the "fy" traveling man, as from his body, rhie! the His.brother, John W., is the only one of the
There are 220 wholesale dealers to trust and wait. that fined burst and the being left was other completely | -ixteetiiow living. Neither have belonged V
understanding neither She had grown stout in the years pike he wnlkef into the morn- other only a blue mark on.he ci own V
.::T paid. special tax; and the whole numbei With a tacit through which had come and gone since her May-day found in the morning by the keeper mak- ing. of hi shO\"O another on the b,.11 of h to the Order.of late years ,. V_ V

V :;of retl dealers is :::.j in thitJ-sU mentioned they had parsed the ,episode but it renuired an effort betrothal, and anxiety about her precious, ing its way along the path toward a pondat What was the trouble?'' __ the Prohibition State of Iowa has ,largely ant a decreased jail in a crime certain in
it "
When
& and Territories. With such fadl join in the mirth of their comrades."Why colicky babies had brought 1 few puckersto some distance. picked up "I called on her father. county Lf advertised for rent there being no V

ties the imitation to what lot of the sunny face. But Kate Taylor's had already gone some twenty yards, "Oh, I see, th old man doesn't favor NEWSY GLEANINGS.ATCHISON further.use for it. Notwithstanding these V V
S for supply, those who prefer Trixie Morgan, a runningtomeet heart was quite as warm as Kate Merrill's and seemed to have sufficient strengthleft your suit?" forcible truths, there are thousands ready to V

.a f to genuine butter need have D.C. flowers you hiave""Keuben! cried must Lucy have, helped had been; and in the plenitude of her to accomplish the remainder of thejourney. "Xo; but we got along right peaceblyuntil Kansas, does a annual grain aver that fools Prohibition such mortals does be."-not IKest prohibit.Grotetenn V .

trouble in procuring (Juan wff' I I.. them. !"' young motherhood she longed to take .-Chnrrilerfs Journal. I made one wild, weird break and business of $',5,0. ("What.J Independent.. V V

state that the chemist of the Internal you"He to advantage did dear," answered the girl, care of and be good to everybody. She Kick. put my foot into it irreparably and for- THZ Canadian Parliament b aPI.priat Missouri is making as great progress intemperance

Revenue look at her deliverer. had a vivid remembrance of the old Expected I p ever. You see he said he objected to Il5,0 t maintain fisheries erJ as any Eastern State. The number -

Department at 'Vashington1nofcer casting grateful be awfully tired to days. when Trix and she, Tom and A cow stood looking:over a gate on my habits, and affirmed ter vigorouslythat A MICHIGAN man, aged sixty,who is a of saloons has decreased from 3ftl in i

created under the law "Wdl, you solemn andTrix, Reuben{ had all been young lovers to- Brush street the other day, and "a woman I was a worthless young scamp. grandfather, h just been t t the 1SH3 toiNSO and the license fees have grown V V

already has shelves boxes, pails, and pack make YOU both look so ; ethcrs and she could not bear that this stood waving her apron at the co' from Then I addressed him in some such bar.Six from IMT.lL'O: to $1S42,208.! License rates fees V
ghost. !00 the higher
V white as if seena : mines have been d.covered rang from $-wO to $1, V
ages of the product in hand, you are as shivered 'ou'd curiositywas other pair should miss the sweet completeness the front steps. A'by-came along and terms as these; Sir, I love your daughter new gold eastern of the island ofCb being in large cities. In many smaller towns 4
suspected ol Beatrice of her own life. saw the situation : devotedly and nothing in life could giveme rnty- p miolqiorbsoklasthelicense; fee. cannot be -' -
with a safe well filled with specimens also aroused. with bit of news for ma'am. than to have 4 VafforI.'d
hook heartfelt
demanded withtragic She was ready a "She won't you, more pleasure estimate the vaTie of the
all colors, flavors and odors, which have I "Reuben Reeve,"what she have been Mr. Reuben-she hoped it would be good "Oh, I ain't afraid of her hookingme you for my ownest, dear father-inlaw." dairy A RKCETT products of this places country .inj 183G atI,45,6. Speaking of prohibition Atlanta, Ga., .
been He and fierceness, you the "but I don't how earth to tile' Rev. -Vv-.E. Tarpley, of that city; says: V
sent woman come
for official analyses. there? If news. replied Why, on die you From what
j doing or saving to that girl up have come back, I hear. into the house and kick I that?". in South n California "1 knew the law does prohibit
at
his assistants arc kept busy, and have of that hor ldpOt.try "The Morgans want to come say anything so weak silly as SEVERAL olive-growers I can see by close ote rvation in some of the
,I least them. Then you've been reciting blood-curdling any stories They are probably in Boston now, andwe my furniture all to esDrtroit Free I Well, you see I had heard sonVewherethat will this year make oil instead of l.t-ahties noted for drunkenness before prohibition V

month's work before or those hope to see Beatrice very soon." I'rexs. a 'soft answer turneth away wrath,t pickles from tei c.Tn I have reached the conclusion that 'V

j -. is also a microscopist in the ":utif a1 you write, you shal never go Maying Her visitor's surprise was a manifestas p_ : and that was about the softest answer I bodies a abut to b ether laws are as frequently violated nts.a* thE Ifirmly .
Francisco and stlpped of intozic
sale
San
the chemlst with us again, to hear more. The warm sunshine and the gentle could I did best. Mer disinterred at law forbidding the
think of.
\ute department, who, with Merrill. Miss his eagerness: my final that nine-tentbot the liquor V
Miss for beLave
"I the charge, has become a zephyr may melt the glacier which has Chi itet outside the
deny
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-is and and they '
is
each say
"Yes,
Tri River drank in Atlanta .SJftf V
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pledged to on the assertion Tarela. along
report cant fruit prospects Hudson
Beatrice bear me out in There was always more in her bid defiance to the howling tempest. "so V C THE nd OQtei linut of th*
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wi fine artist. more frtit than hmito .
said City
every article sent them on which an ef4 have not spoken above 1 the rest of us girls/' I the voice of kindness will touch the heart Desperation is sometime a t V"* 4 district are will t pro do wltiu ." V : VCIUflty.

fort hu ben made to make it appear ol I dozen sentences since we all basket separated.! You than"I, she married?" j I which no severity can subdue. I an inspire* as genius. ';1 I the farmers kw wht t V V :.

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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COVKJfJLY&h made iiy school urd, of the amount 1 Strike In tUe Right Direction. W. RI VERB

I. 4 I1t 1nr1t cginh, 1887.'; necessary to run the public schools during In a drive aro.und town, we find quite H.I I Sixteen Vcar ol'Or. J. O. JIaj nes' Life
>EAI.KS:; IN _
The Board convened at 10 a. in. 4 months for the years 1887 rind 1888, a numbef of groves appearantly ;abandon Hrllly ISeI-m<- l. | Lavim lime. 'ttng:.. __ ,
.i'n !; '
; : PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT- Present, L. Witkovski. M. V. mitb. .J. which estimate calls for $6735.. | ed, and our first thought is, what causes D :R1 :- CC) Q ID S Dr. J. O. Iliyuc; the Icadiivr dentist .lav i -fr.lv A pre. ii._ lv,,

I J3T1RKE, BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA and of Ibis county, and a ino>t C'stcu2d cili m.4-mi- red \..ter o! a ,
this
to.
Who does belong
this
S. Andrews JI. II. G. W.McKjnney. H F YOKK ? grove .
Beasley m4d .
of IhU toss liis perhaps"COMC ;n' t. :s &!emlt; < r.f tl;, 'If
Zen ii, : ns
I. C. WEBB. Chairman Wjtkoyski called Clerk Audi'or.DIVISION in many ca'scs we are competed to say. ; :: < i -.raIIIflf.y
GBOGSBIESpk near sulTciing a protracted; manyrd-.m asmi ,. "! iir.deri
_: Editor and Proprietor, the Board to order. Minutes of June OP COUNTIES, they belong to the most wealthy of our ; ; }' of the scarred heroes of the i%:ite war*. o '

meeting read and citizens. Then jigajn the inquiry is n.ade "a"** 1 'S Everybody knows that ll.e I 1), etAr I is aim 'LL
Enter ti the post.offlee af Suuke as second approved. tar /. .i I
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lithe f truthful a'entlciiien Iiisiwoid j i-i
j upright ,
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is this h-ive not a good ,
pUss matter, B. Haynes turned over $67.50 in county The Law Providing for f be DlvldluepfEatlt why they
equal to ino.-l men's J i.4'mlii. lti-Cl !hi> account .titfiicr i "i.'l of the rI gma.-r, d
which Subscription price if paid in advance coupons were cancelled and time ; of hi i>. Ions siTi) -riicr: find tfj.it thesrrmt.m-s ttmtret are
Auditor directed Following is the act by the Leg- are made difficult to answer. For instance .j : ST.5mIE 1-'zs. Jan. 18m37. e tl e i-iV.rp ordo'tnl by' tj,
$1.50 if not paid In advance 2.00. Kach to place the same to hiy passed elfeii"U IK; lit'l't nt tlif-wvcral J-ktirc1 tnt'

subscriber vilfl notified when his credit.D. islatuie and Approved May 30, entitled there u :i grove at the west end of Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta! (J.i. V.riwli"r.l county on ti ; -., pretfnct3 *t

E. Au Act to Divide the different Counties Call street which has not been worked for rrtt : :; :r GKNTI.KMEX: ; IbG'S letter ippiareilon : 1... i)7. f..r tIn- ls. TioV rf fe&rV'W' *
Lynn et al) authorized sti.L
nbcripUon is out by a large crow after were to right hand. I ininudiate Knuironl counts. jt faftSKl' MtATT
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his ami of the[ State into County Commissioners several years and now is si] total wreck. my look Itimit a PY Of ttims nrler P ords i'i
if
name rJereJ purchase Scout-hold .
not otherwise lujnbpr"ud repair steps to heal it up, in sp le of the Stark'- .. .! PImbljh,

%' .-' the paper will be promptly stops whon bridge, repently burned by ap incendiary. Districts, This pertainly is a discredit to our own l hct medical attention, it continued to trad.r.I t''mflt' ior fl"Wpt1Ir t1m. bIIII-(? Psltdi..j I In s

**>*hefcub8crption! _empires.ff The petition uf L. C. Hull et al praying Be it viutcled by llje [f-.t-'gisfaUire of the and still remains to be faced by all vho spread until it had covered m}' entire l ody.My make Pm''Ct'JiflZ liimLii'.mimi saul theit.f(it'Cti(.,,, tbt time c e.IAiC8 .

Starke. Wo know of several pros=rpeclors neck and head w ere covered \\ th sores.
for an order to authorize certain changes State of Florida: visit
sboft-4tiele public iutereU will A fresh collar would he bloody from tVJfKvs .s

be receIr&lith..jOaure apd published, in the direction of Lake View amid Mel- SUltaN 1. That web county ImuU!) lie who after seeing {.hi* groya.uould raw neck in one hour, my feet a..ii a"kles nmy I--it: Clujmj .

but in writing wri.P-jiisinly and make rose bridge laid on the table fpr the divided into live (5) districts.}; l.y geogniph- not look fui timer. but declared that were broken tilit so badly that il wiu weeks (':.',k Circuit H.fourt K. YORK' .

your story as short HS possible. People present. ical lines, Jhe tump being section and oringes would not grow here, and left RIVERS ft JOINER when I could not wear shoes, hiving to Audit.,? for IluanI ('ft'Otirity and Ex COmmj5 Omen Clerk,, am
hobble! about i in Inr ioo
m e i-llppf I .
troad street -e rs.I
.do not care to rend song winded art ieies. Eniehi* Malphurs & Sop were placed on township: Ijnes, as near as practicable for with that impression. Again oIl I Mifftrcil thus for si\teeu } eir without ST.t F4) ;' FIij rt.

I the special haj and allowed $* the purpose of this act. there are several small groves that Aro id- FLA.
pauper > STAIKE? gelling benefit fn>:n iihyMciiM, or; stny ll-L.FuFlmpNT.
Starke, Fla., July 30, I8S7.Starke That each said districts shall in similar condition, aud others 1 1; )- \ 4)1.-K. t m.4i of
per month. fcs mmmi'! Au an.!
J. W. Kulluin submitted his report as be proportioned so as to make them as might be mentioned in I the lategony, but DRUGS AND CHEMICALS doctor \\ithin those \\eary, paii.'ltilear! > 'V I '(.? ,'mmm-ii.r., .1.,litor hart-by for time Ikiard or p
Las a good lot of gentlemanly hat I did mmot him :it't. m:1 Left, Liial
give a cli.inetr to tr9.anh
County Treasurer for Jibe endiagunc nearly qiinl in population up4 tel riimry these come tirst. Jl is only in justice to try orth'r'i e0)v flf the tim''.
quarter
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his skil I but all in vain. StUd Bom-si
afldICliat)1.) officer i amid it gives us DO : cf
pleasure to IK compelled to complain or 30th, Jt>87 which sjiowed as follows : as possible.Sec. the nil.re progressive portion of our people TOILET AND FAN CY RTLES. ily suireriifi*"* in warm weather were Jul54r.: .. WitIes _

vi; ; 3 That one (Joimty Commissionir -: that attention be called .o such existing grc-alt than any one knows, or tlTan: I nin Ni:. :. "(lice thi.my, July ban,! and ej o
find fault! their Yet ;
with actions. M>meIhings -
Amount on hand at close of last il.all be appfliiiuHl by the Governor afld facia. These uucared for properties too PATENT 3IKDICINES &c.ruliscItIl put in words. I hail given up all! hope 1!. F YtRIC.ismt Clt-rk;
show so plainly and look so ,
very ot even getting well when last
quarter. .. .. ... . .. f 1292,12IjKpe'yed confirmed by the Senate iri and for each of are beautifully situa'ed and would if propeily summer a
frien.l of
)big, that we are compelled tq. say some- year ago, a mine from .Savannah; [
Jhing. Fur inManct) dir street$ committee during quarter. . 3593,47 said districts jp said counties.SKC. cared for icflcct credit upon our 'rlON S C. I F I lILLY Ga.. advised me to try M S- S. i hid; no EECTIOUNOTICE :!

4. That time Cotinty! C0mmissioncri town, and redound h.indsomclj' to the COMPOUNDED A'l ALl, IJOC'i.DRIIUSTORE hope from any medicine, and I told( myiricnd ',I 'ITS: ( '. KliiS Ano
qcgltct the slieets UU j i" some places they ,

almost While the health Total. . . .. .. . .$3885,61 of catJi county" shall interest of its owucis. so. lie, however, liosved hIs l'mutlm sioii.-r- .s sa C'oiinmy SgSss I
t passible. .t their
get in the tfpeciiic, by offering to ','00 :
inspectors clean up oiifj portion of the Paid oit during quarter. .. ... 9026JOnhand make such division i thereof If wide awake men would settle among to fOO that one do/en large bolllis put up of S. C'iantl site otsaj,! i'onnty; on th4th day? th. ,
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special and take hold of such for at, t-it't-tI.fl OtJjy .
into such districts ft a us waspproperty Ot
S. b. would Change
pity and lenve another untouched, one cure me. His faith was so tirji, of I Ii.- (:osint3Sitm- of sat, the ioc..
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? nan is notified! to lean up. \\li\\e\\ his . I. .,'. . .$298268.flii meeting to bo called i by the GoVv-inor as we wotjld soon ->!io'v prosperity: and thrift great that 1 tried the medicine; and I ;t.t. *'aririg', .to the SOttSfACtjIfl of the I3OArd aimj it
; ( 15 in ti
practicable. vhich! cul} shall where waste and dUti nation; now: appear. have been truly! grateful! to hi.n and to S. eorifjrnijt. with time
i let alone: and his petition of T. A.. Knight et al, laid soon ;ua: % ittl em'(4 mxiaslariil Statut
neighbor entirely trsvi.lra.
since.
S. S. ever The first i-i
J contain of this act, with \j, two bottles' !tr-.l n.it an ; b, IlCrebyor.
over at last meeting, which prayed for H copy suggestions at -
tht
filth be. This not drove humor Pre.'in,',.
yarjl as ) ;ib run ought time out all over me far WOm'-c I ma Stisi ( smetsifi th ililTereimI
an appiopjiatlon to adverti tberesources to guide the County Commission OjJr attention wa tire'-U-il! a few day* than it was al lirs-t and all tIili, ly of .egut A. D, Seventeenth
14)) be ihe case. We are not laying this ; soon the mmmt-: I I I't; t Jate( -

blame to any particular oilicer, it may be of thy county, was taken up for action.J ers in the discharge of their duty.Sec. ago to.i piece of pnn.vily lai! iy pniclas' ) >- L i- :s- i *1 lady had been driven out the same way.In I : 'immtvjt (Iii f sO.l mni.i.in Ct.iinfj- JrnhIrrd and th1'tlri tb

Ihe fault of the mars-hal; or the aldermen G. Johnson et al, piesenled a counter 5. That such Commissioners shall ed by Mr. (.'. lj. I S'-t !;. T!.: propel ty hi; :;iu : ( j- all heck, 1 took and feei mil} nine boilIe, and to d.'}' s'rkt''hit tl-f, .fliet', "f F.4CCti.C5'flfflhmjty,, in Lti.IjsheI! with law in and th0

each of such districts 113' a been d \\,. .-vvei.dcirs iimi.! -. l l3k my are as pe.feit a.MIV r.Iym a
petition bigut'd'hy 400(> pci sni. praying j designate going < >vn : .J : ------ I. : :ii.mrk..', ;; 'mii t4
His Honor the LineIfbutwhoever mit'.i and I
t l>r even mayor nii .s.i well tiiat 1 the Uoard not number and shall cause an accurate dcsciiptiou it was in u !i mm i < ii'llti-.a.; fie ow i.er space or
to-makeaiiy uppropii.ititmhatevurlookiug hand and it
it is iflie will correct this evil' : will heal iu two day>. wheie :
\\ to the advertising of of each of oiich districts to be concluded l.u wotii.i l.ko s\iale\ir! l.c : will bet
and trcut us all alike, nolhip more I 1'-rk' ail .. ami.t E
the cnur.ly. entered upon their minute book and be could gel for i it. nol heal. (,. IiJU! Aii'itvr! fr em, ') of
baid on the fculije .t in these columps. County
Commis-iotierAndrews moved to lav published once a week for four weeks in As: we have stated it wapuci.i: cd byMr. J. L. OASKIXS, Dearly: every body in (this (IJi-a.lfi.nh

tile petition uf Knight et al, on the t.ible. a nev.sp.ipci; published I in said county, or C. L. IVfU, (who: >n we ail Jccogni/.c: r. M.' r a i.. knows of my rure. I I believe' 1 v/as the! I.pv I.
BASE BALL ATOn F1C124VdXDJXA. !ii >l person lit-ru to try S. S. i and
1 Commissioner Mclvinney moved to amend !j i if t there bf)i no newspaper published them C- I heicas ctiergetic, |n.r-.evciiiu. und I lull I of Dru s & Medicine nearly everyone with blood disease? tr.kfj.il. now. i VijzTiJI O' ; (mLflLIt M.tp
c- !
U..i'-rt,1-
Monday last, the Oak Halls, uf by insetting the word under for on the ]' ii S. the simile; shall: be pw ted for four cousecutive vim and a\i--ty:! to pio-pcr.) It his or.ly ,, i.L,*.i ,- a 1 legard S. S. S. as a wonderful, aud I ': '' ,. ('iimnst-J''ss-1.IL, I I.'iam'I C)Unty
tXCrrisfzmcprbatejo
Gainesville played the 'Invjnciables pfFernandinaat table wl'ci| | was carried by a uuanimoui weeks at the court house door been in hK possession( a lew months! j.nd powerful blood purifier and I .hall te I I'i inn'late,' .Jily i,,. 4t e..n 1 ls apojfltjn me

-. : the later tilaCe, lu- the vote. therein, an i in some conspicuous p'ace is now one of ti! <-iio! >t nilr.i I <-iive i pn>pcr- Pliyslcisins L'ro cri)tj tollS ever jjreatful: for its leiieving inc timuthraldom I -v.- : f- I,' nil I ('oiomtof tIt remmi iim'stanor-

(ti't-'t'ttl'.i; L' ti't-i.'i-t iil ,' _->>> of misery and pain that !had! '- n tm' t.W. of adfnr deeeaiitttt.t
.,. Championship bat the Gainesville club j.iii" uor ; L.iwtt---,
district.
in such election in thn scclii.n. trees .
Ti.cor.ume
b ties I ,
M-{ JI. Hide's nd as collector of Revenue '
swat the rcorpby 15 to 7: and carried away was approved the amount being Sec. G. Each County Cluk- shall, it"' have spiunir I to iic'sii It. 'J here are .TnlvStj. IS'') -'ml'Ii. y. y;(, 1-jim !t 'nc,, 011", 1 I jim se.t To Seven of and Lawtey eight

r (the bat which is a beaj.iful ..Jhingvith fixed at 113,000. mediately after the division of his county several huii'Ii.-d pea.-i! ail almon lives Yours, ri-ii ;!: ). ,tinP. wiIlrernmlvIr lzivemteI ir lime a

: : Oliver bands and n silver plate with the Petition of J. Wainnght et al, praying into djotii ts as aforesai.l make a cop of set out abi.ut cigiit I m>jiillis as dormant U. D. MIN RWATCHMAKER J. O. HAYM.-. .LI-a.l f''r'stj Vsiimmml;,I VVVW;;;;;::, t st.tof the

givers name eujrraved upon it, both-clubS for an order to evtal>U>h a public load the descriptions of such district i as es-j buds, Ih it : re now fiom 7 to 1 ft. hi-li ami! i Dr. Ifiiynes'c.-u-eis only one of many (:-' 'I'm !i 'si'.e ( r 1m IIt fnr of trcnt flutlerf of the

well but the Gainesville are i I th.usan: It i.s a denioiistr.ited liitt taut s-i I t t't-titt'fl time 1'-j boor.,
played boys commencing at Big Flat, thence to P. P.Pitvatcs tablished by the County ( ommlissiohmeismmmiii would p-i-j I in .v.iiu.set! I Ioi: its to1 ear S. S. S. will cure calami ) hunuti.-i. : l'mjliv n .tiigmit A. I) is of the saje on

uo doubt the best playeis, an'fl certainly the numbers thereof which shall be old Thctc i Ijeld of about : : IJtnm ml.tttst si 'fsamm uncut, sait sa
place waji: grantt 1, and E. J.Vainiight i trees. > a corn cancer, scroful.i, and every other blood snIul 1' ty tIes. rerizis ca-h

Jiave us good u catcher and pitcher /is can \ )t. J{. \Vytm ;and I'eiryThoii'.as certilu-d to be correct by such Clerk and j 10 acres which will \i'-'d at :il
be found in the Nxte. The Ii viuciablesphallengcd ch lirau of the B .ml qf County ili-tase.s nniicd( Iree, on application toSwill .Tii4:Pe ls I.. r. Rho.4. .
: appointed comciibi.ioncrs to by !ihe! > < avi-i m'mXe of 'J.> bti l.els I to the! iiere. :tndm.iny ; n- r _

the O.ik Hulls to play at survey the hue of said road PI P. WyunJ. Coiiiuiist.'tir ;and slull I lie I by sail Clerk stalks can be si-en wilh fioi-i :ili ;3 >pecitic Co.. DrawerS. Atlanta, Ca.I GcmpssifjR8rfs r 1 t Sce.

Gainesville in about three weeks. .J.v.. Sutton and Ruben Sulivant were foithwith transmitted to time Secr-tary of j larse ears np.in llien.VewIH\ ; ml undciULc -is tt att. I \ 1'tIsItNt'i' _tN
cPRrEFmrIroN
appointed emnnhissloIllrs to survey and! State w4i<> shall tile the same in his of- t to v.ili.t \\\i\t\ \ jiioperly: but h.ive i ,- -- r------'rjt iiive: not !lu-anl I from rnv'.on( Tom .I-'. u. I eisirmi 1'rids,, I( timfy wi; Jmal. of Lra.lforj.emmly J

ficc, and ircord time suile ill a book tu be | hesit.ili'in in limit it .__ ,, i ,1 ii, 'i-li P-et.rt' the t'ourti
: .. THE U1i-TROPJC.tL. mark out the line of Lake View and Iii) stiiti.i ctitiiiilyis I # Swea ti&i! who J't! men I the -.tDiid t I r '. .,-r. ,,, ''lmt tts-n ot Lake Jj'tr! on the

Melrose road which was established by kept for I that p ii rose. now worth mom e than: double it* cost toI m .-t'ii-4 j'-i. tI'e saxi, !II'ing the
I Substantial piogrc&s was made! at the day of Apu! Jv'trj;; an.l wi: I.i-.t his mini oiit : ; -v.iiiir d i -.' ,
---------t .
order made No. 2883. Sec. 7. That any such t1sl net or districts I .Mr. Peek. t-i.i- ',:' \> F I't"tnty Ie1.ng-
meeting3ettenlay; the diiectois of the : Iin>i>ks\ilie i I on I the ICtli of April i-M; I t ."> i.r t 7 .it L'-f! >. i: the Ji.ntri. deceased.

-- Sub-Tropical I Exposition. The organization The following bills wcro nppiovcd and may; ) be changed or altered 0:1 u petition There uie many -sin h ex.implcs bi-j-c to _f a4.- v .iNI'$1, when he engaged hNswrviees I to a cutiio.diovcr. I -.1. 1 .-.s,'' ..> nrr.l stat .1,1 'or tov payment a of Starke.of al*
v a I t tj! 4 Is ITh.
was perlt-i-ted anti the hoard is now paid in county warrants.JJill 1)1> two thirds of the registeicil voters be recorded, vheieili i useed piopfity iris lie wa> ViJycurs old. nitlitr ?:.dl, i AML'S!i. sor r aviiir f.; f"rtithL.,,

t. pfflcered and in shape for the practical of G. F. McLean for mile 1st $ 1.33 of the said district or ijistricts. and bya iji ;i shcjit period oi f liiiie been br.iii hi in :thigh m.__' i'iIS'I, : : jilil- '!, :-I -Uv. _ t .rnimli..Sjoflt.WILLS.iitt .?

work befou i it. Bill of II.V.. Epperson sheriff vot-j of three-fifths of tlU) County Commissioners h state of cultivation, and with, but :! ri'.iii(.'IiH-k-taiiil t''lf prici.li-v\tlry.> I I'm- c.isli.A<-.. &U.Emi uiiv All oi Moik i--ir.l; iloi.ca !I ; ;I curl, any information of his whonnbouH iiSTEH'S SALE

The ottioeis have been well chosen. board prisoner. .. . . . 2.75 once in every live ((3)) years; but little expense.Klbow ail I.o.' j will be thankfully received by his vjrrow B Y V1'rUE! OFA (-lhsKTS; BY
,,,
is Bill! of II. W. Epperson, sheriff stich; elaugc) shall nut become operative is what we want !lieiv, lit J.imnm3!.
Colonel K reamer, the President, a man gicese j inland! broken lie-irteil mother.JIus. .In.ij,1 t :resmt 't .'_ .

t pf fine executive capacity: is liberal, court Slate Johns & Sparkman 14.01 until! time c .i>ii-a.tion of the term of the and moic chtcrprisiug citizen, MU h as | STARKE LIVER STABLE. \\VM. KDWAKDS, i1 Cl.,. ty 'f Ji'te, K Im-s,1 of asuitfir b'IorIiaon Bc
-i-; ?
public-nptrited, and experienced in ad- Bill of II W. Epnerson sheriff CommUMoners, who shall be holding by our cslocmed lilt .id C, L. Peck. ANDSALI I Staikc, iSradfoid (.t., Fl.i.Florida : ,, 4 '.,,;;-' a,.rl.rIgaiImtt'h( Im-i.Ifiir't ounty- I'taiiir, imsad inthe State( r-

.. ministiatlve work. He is enthusiastic on pourt State vs 1'. Tionus| : . 13.00( appointment for such district so to IK: vr.inr- I ens/ 1;'" s vvere MainantsI
FL.L1) t ) : STAIJIIS.E: [IiIr: > plea e copy.ISA ttnt( iL'.a f Tr"r" n-l-Athe unl
the subject rf the Exposition, and is comparatively j I Bill of F. M. Piivers wurk on jail. 1.00 changed, and upon any such change or yowri1 IM'roN Ii'EtS. .t-r" :. ; 's >;I.Lsfi'in sai.I eaiise. will,

a man and is possessed Bill of J. WKellum co. treasurer. 116.25 alteration of any district, like proceedings: The fanners are bus; }' pulling fodder.We 1 1L4tll.t IL.V.V AND on ammnhii tiaM"n' lay m Anjri-sf, A.D in<7,. then
"
pf energy, tact young and pcrsislcnse. Bill! of B. Haynes col. revenue . 111.21)) shall be buj; as tn publishing filing and are needing rain I in t this .section.The -. I ; 1jy! Ai NAVIGATION CTIMK PANY. t I... ,,,,rr f,1"I ,UJ.!.w.in"XVf- the sa'tl'town:uonth c/ Lake, fri front Butler o
in '.ii'I
Major Conant. First Vice Prrsident, is Bill of L. Witkovski having Lake recording the same as herein before specified sujar; crop[ in i this sti ti'a lookpromisinsr. -? [ 1 ('.SltI) IN KtTKlT: : MAY 2. 1 7, r.'iOIa.: in. mmiii Ih-st-stnry liiI.I.'r' of fir lTn"rili'f,>>thp r'1'selt'"' ft im.r> the described highest

well known as a man fully qualified for View aud Starke road repaired. 15.00 upon original fatiiblishmont; of such :Lj ii : AH Trains Ku Iat'tli' MeiMi.vi Tiim- (('tutr.O*. Immis 1-It.I, X.rVn'" -.f said TMrt.T lrr"'fwnl.-.unty' .,f Ihi' snithVc, t. -wit: t ',1

any position he might be called on* to fill. Bjll of IT. P. York cIerk4 auditor. 23.20 districts.Sec. Our little I town presents q lid; a livelynppcar.itci' tR t- \VKSTJKDIVISION.: tmm1tr, '" sri'u"" s-vteen. Township seven k
,
: ..--, Slti'te-1 and Quicl.es-t Houte-.Nrv Oi-I, ajul Ns.i! lr..rigi- tv.viuy-.m. 1a'.t. for
He is known and honored for- His broad Bill of M VSmjlh pp. coininis. 3.00 8, All laws and parts of laws j Ifl : I '4 -nr.s of e 'mf''r-mnr saul 'li'i'tt' T ewS&aJKKXnv
Air. the St'LittIVe5t. iivct ., ::
F. M.lfani-ey and mother, of Arrcdonda ('onnrctionsto I'oin. pr.-erEn..i t'v lziw. -
and comprehensive views, his sound Bill of J, S. Andrews co. commit. 3.00 conflict with the provisions of this act, arm* is visiting I lh<: spring.Mr. \\est and Niirtlavibt..V : W. -

judgment and his capacity -organize Bill of G. W. McKfnney "co. com. .' 3.20 hereby repealed. This act shall take cf Joly anij Heshay! : of Waldo paid our r.mva. s .%. M. time "p" means I'. M, ti-uc. 'rit.J'I.. SPeimtt EPI'KHSON.Sonoit itImister, ,

and systematize- great \york. to which Bill!! of JI. R. Beasley co. coininis. .. 6.60 feet from and'after' its pas* ige. little tn* :mm ;t VLII last wnk.Mr. 1rS -r Rea.! imp. heal 'Iov. n. Jimh- .;-. -- ('czmip1aiu1.nt J JT

: i IIii ton and \\ifeof \Iinatcc r AFii'tciasi No. lit, No. ?. .. -
No.
> l
: county -tk'.e.in -- i- s >
!}ii!} of L. Witkovski r. = ** -
be devote his attention. lie will co commis. 5.20 '
may Our Bally Hreai4 U vioiiin the springs.Mr. 11 I 4mm( a 7 :w p Ar Jacksonville.l.v H II o., 3 I o) 1THflTE-

make np able supporter of'the. president,. Bill of L, Witkovski having road re- and Albert Thrasher of aaiucsvillc.is turnouts fiai'mmihmeiI: at nil 10 .lJa Ii TXl p Ar lUildwin i.vS U a 4 (C, {, ;
X1)EK
Heavy bread
sour or biscuit hj'S n H IS a i 19 p Ar Mk ('it3-. ..I.vJU li a 5 .V* i.71'a AND BY DFCRV1n.avsis.rLxafs
Ur. Paine, th.e }jrecor-Ue"cral) | ha paii cd. . . . . . ... 2.00 vast influence through the digestive 'I hw for his healtli. his'tits, (l.iy or rimrlit 4 tf p Ar Live Oak.....Ar 10 :>M* ,i T''nnt t'
<
I ; Bill of L. B. Rhodes Tim farmerin this section have Terms itf.-tvm-ililc! live IK n trril.A > H a :j'-'I'; p ArM.ulis..n ..Arl Ol I' M :T.m j
Jargc CKricrienee, is4ullof tnerrry"mid cp. attorney 15.00 org.ti.s upon the iniM.-.ure of health we ize.1 '. > Hub.Tli" 1 organ X fHK\VS & .\ LI5iZ.: 5 13: a .ae! |. Ar MontceI! ,, Ar 1 3T F' r, ., I Uoreast
peal. and will bring to the T/ork- a real Bill of Thos. Gaskiusspecial paupor 12.50 hoc : .Li rt.ii :! "l.l; 1 (IMli' .\rTillili.T.swf.\r ST Jl .V. t tt > E -.? vH"SrjKS; is lime
enjoy important to our present i-out rI t hon-v t1iilst ill-i ]Ii\ '< cand Mukc, i-'i.l. t ::0 a TJ (IN !) Aryiiinr-y .Ar 3 2 l m's A\\ :
love for the cause aqd great: devotion to Bjll! of E. Malphqrs & Son special happiness; and futuie Usefulness the 4itmie) uiicihiieni I \Zi\ \ I 11JT.. i p Ar lii\er June, Sr I p :a :.K; .,,! if,. are the- se'eri.Iijts! and;-ili Myir"t'rm. 851a !-

the interests of*the" State.' No 4 man in paupqr . . ... . .. . 5..00 bitting! of jJ'J'Hj health and a sniin<| :.Mr.-I i 1 H. n-ui'JIMS: co-npleted Iiis! newTiii r ? IKHij.t (IWI p sir!0.-,0a, al.vlH-ri'irakSi.r.Ar ArMirLr i t....-Ar r TOi.i {i; .. 4t SM.a>t. -. ] g't 1.ml.1 ni.t itntj.. .matr3is.- a,,,,the(runt:st Z day tIe.-or court ltou door-

Bill of Kizzie ilwrUilm.r. J. : PLE. :tom 3.1.a: l.v lVriNa.i !I i't' .-lim'? bt.ing th A.D..
Florida has a better concepti of what Centon special p.iupor 2.50 constitution S. i hjiTEMPI'S i p -----Ar IS.In | It-' a fli-st itonj,1y In saltymm' -
ale, we (an only realize when ',ii,. ,lmrn:. Lit.
i l- the fini-sl 5'Ii'i! nf c.untv in Iil5p :ttli'.al.r t'loi'iaton. .._VrllMlr, :cj I. it i h-gut tmsurs Ofzp! the(oIIo'
$ the Exposition ought to-be, or Is better J. W. Sutton presented n petition have h --- 1 ihlt |Lv Mol.il- .. .. Ar i-jr.i: i iStMp in_ tiI.i 5tirtt.l in th.
pray ne >st I them, mimmh l when il is to Lite the stole for raK't- corn: Mr. I). A. le\r! > : 7 10 m-aj,1 Stit .0' c.urty of ?radfordji

I : acquainted with Florida, its resources! ing for a change of location of the county to repair the damage Notwithstanding I : has: rifiy ncrts uf coin that will i..aki. MILLS, (-) 7.">i'pIv j U N.-.voroan\1'Imt.rImmIer..5r! >..Ar ;7..:I'.a o .i7ta ';.t I me t.tI.'.t ; to-Ivit Fl..nida, atid known and describe(
p .
people, etc. Ur. Paine has labored carutest- site. A number of by slanders objected these fates thousands of :Hl(' bushels (o I the acre, who can beat it iniirailuml :H1IJMANVF I 2.lp: 7/J7a l.v N.i-hvill. .Ar t; illpI 1) a ri.we. -t limit Of Section two ; tho Ease hnlfof
lm. :,, ,,
d.i !lv :
persons I 12-ll; p 14iimi; l.v i-aU-.vilI- Ar !tImPt : : .mt tmuai'ter. a'I the East
ly and effectively to ensure the inauguration to the Boards entertaining said petition Cn.iitty. S3T i23mi( ; l.v Luiiitvillr. Ar S-'ulm-mo.t 'I51lictr of' half of the
jeopardize not only I their lielth, but their Countrv Cracker OTURER p Ki.la iiop SC'tjiIfl three, and tI
Nor"i-t
3f this and all when a general discussion Sl3: ; enterprise ret for and p
may against, I jves and the imeahi his Ss'tjy, quarter
and live. of others ;.io a 7.10 j p l.v St Ijniis ..Ar 'J.s si sMp( t fi in Township five, Range
SKRured his energies will be untiring in was had, night cunning ou, the Board by using articles in t'te' OK ANl> I-\I.EU INSnvcil H.'Op 3.-10 I pLv t'1iievg'r 10.Ua 7l1> nNi South ar..t| Est, and (vntainiriR(5A( >> five eighteen Jniftlirid -
prep.iratidii of > l aml C il.iily. Xis tP amid IC and t v/t-iity
at-rrs
% the future have been in the adjourned until 10 ; and I Dn-ssi-tl Vello'.v! Pine ilaily of l.md more or les .
as they past.It a. m. Tuesday the 5th. TII-PM cash
their food the purity and healtlifiiln of Tlir..ujli k-tpiuj cars on 1 and 2 to Xt-v 4 >rV : purchaser to pay for title.
may !regarded as rettled that the TUESDAY JULY 5th, 1887. which know Kttmlicr of i-vc-ry It critltn[ : and in HtXUY F. YORK.
they nothing. Perhaps a few ( K. ant N. slt-epiiiff cars o-i 9 anil 10 b'reciat Jlwter.V. .
Jualitv.Lulls to I lie.Kuni.ik
\ .
Exposition will bo located on the Waterworks T1U( Board met persuant to luljoiirnmet. cents hare been t> ings.SOUTJ1KKX. M. IVES & T. D. FEREO.
miy ared. or it pi (
grounds on the lot of the Springfield All of the Commissioners may -, Pickets, IJailmUrackfta; : DIVIf ION. Lake jiipl.iinaiits yolioitors.
being Bittii'tL"la.
t h-jvc been ..
more convenient to obtain the July a; 'i.- lia.'t .
Company adjoining. ,\s we have present. Chairman Wilkowki called the articles ami I 'i"i I'inilii'ir| Ijunlu-r constajit: on KIiorte and iiMickixit route Jrin,". ill,.. Oca'a) NOTIUE FOR
and '
used the
housekeeper takes lii-'l. lA-C'-burgr, and to all IMIIMIS i i Si.utli Florida.
heretofore demonstrated; it 14. all things Hoard to order, proceeding of 4th read. ; !; Lsl) Oii'ic
the responsibility aiM possibly wi'I'i never U / attftition I'ivi-n K "id up. Iea idonn AT GalM>VII.LK. }'i.i.,
Sjicciri : Fill-
(
ponsiderer1, the best loc-iliou available. The further consideration of the petition o N..4. oS. ,7. $> ,. June 13, 1837.
know the mischief that \\,\ been wroiiijh'. (OnU'rvitli Di- 11 23 a MK( m i I' Ar TYrnanciina LTIO.IU.I_ Notice
lug :
Being comp-i: rati ve near the hotels and the for change; of locution of county site Paterfamilias 7. i-i a 2.43p Ari'allaliau ..-r ll.JTp_ hereby given that the follow,
miy have spells of headache; : rilit< a 1.4'ip l.v ].ilduiii ,_ I ln residence portion of the city, the attendance was lesuni ti. Alter I .Ar li"5 i of his
'- having SOnIC further the chlldien: may have loit their appcille*, I ETA Scroll WorK 2.: fl p n : I ta ArJ.i.kvo'ille-.v 1133.-1 !; (. p inlfiitioa lo make; final pro.f in

will certainly Ixi much larger than objection to the IJj rdi taking any Action or look pair; I if so, t the true cau.'.u is latelys'jspectcil. Inz .1 i r a J.r. p l.v Haldwin .Ar '2.-JC t'1'o,', ii uf !I.is elms liii. and limit said support
will be
citizens in said The weal her the lack of oui J.IOl IH l p |Lv< Inn-t-V: .At l.lsp Ij I- ( {, it. :.ff' proof
jf YuUor. and had to ride a milepr matter. ; I !p r' f. p i' Stark ----Sr 1. 2pl IL :. i, isu- re G. X. IJ.irdfn. Clerk Circuit
.. door air. or sume other cause; is given and a '.>. l" it'Tia t l.v t ( Vm-t.it; < !
iL1flt-Vjt------r reen 'ovi-
two crowded nd boats The Board j p Siip 7 ; \
on street cars:t ; :; proceeded tim the vc3he; and f Springs| Fla., on
compare the unwholesome, p"i finoii>s system of a j : Orange :ii'j.: 7'iia l.v (rtdar Ke> Ar fi. i ; :' :iip I'Yui.iy! Ait"-. lUh. IfiSl
vi/
to reach the grounds. names of petitions with registration li-t dijltirated food jMc nn. Xcajt io( I UKHour. 'iUa li.i:: p l.v !lat th.riii-.Ar 2. ; p I l'l; \ ..f IJ.-IiiM.n-. Fin.. HE. : A. M. Beck.
1 i I7a I )! l.VJllfortlieJSiof
TIlC: preliminary work of the Exposition and! fi'Und the which should lifmui: ,' of sound OR AT IHU.iI.vCitraOnifre Lakt-Ar 2..V "iTu :
good
names o 41 persi>ns un i | PURELY VEGETABLE.II S -- HJa IA Silver yptiiij:-Ar .i. Oil. SKi :SIif! NL} & NIof S\Vi St-c 13"Tj.
% having been about completed, active bald pc it(19 who were :i iot whei'l and not ground loo tin-; the > t1.l' I Ior M "Op lo'.ila Lv i-al.i .ArSo-'i! :j r.'i '. MJil 1...
registered vol- bilking i powder, which furnishes the i acts with extraordinary efficacy on the % """ "* ""T '* =!- lOlt-'p '.Mmal.vWildwood. .SrI T !, i \: \ lie
preparations for the grand occasion will ITS of said Lk v'jJ uA JLI ILJ Y.H i.n N an l.v 1'a lmi.mt-: th; foltowini witnesses ta
Co1iity.Conimiiisjimier; risinj >pertis is of I lie p a : am'ffv'.Ar r.. :ii r; p lii a; !a ?
imp'irtancc
pii greales a ll( (> S-.a LvSiiniUrxilif. .. Ar .". .V; 1rvt li toti I itS iiiiilItivatjim
now begin. There Is no lime to he. lost, Bjasly: moved that said and of the two we prefer baking 1 IVERKIDNEYS eALO .ilWp 73.!iI.vM. Catl.erine..Ar H..T.; p p I l'i.-.i r.. .1 t -, (,f, xiid land viz

and we feel assured that it is the intention petition be granted I, \vhicu. motion was po vdcr! ami always ti-e time Uoyal, us wethenbv 1.Illl SAIL 2 Up 7.17a: Lv ouensboro Ar 7 (>-> M M"j i> J. L. \\ niL (Wildrrness, :
j BOWELS.AN 1.:*> 7 i i'zi i.v I Fla.
AND I't.lsClty..r ,
,, i p .2.p titmIs ::, ,
I the ics
retain original uf
of the officers and directors to push for- seconed by commissioner Mc Kiti ucy. A i lmrh1ert j p s.>.-, a i Lv fbiii-g Ar r..a> i. : :,.. ;. 'I I 1. .farvis, of IMmort:. Fla.
ward aJ! departments of the w..ik Hip wbcut. flu fermentation taking place; j EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR S :1' p !.-> a LvT nart-.s Ar r> L C. p i.i' Il.I!! h .McNiele. ct Ut-hnore.
with number of bystanders objected to fur- The action of the iitki ]'.. !le. : Fla.
T.t1
Hoy.-d
any : mimi < ] p r.2ial.v.\i.ork.i ..Ar t7; p ;. :. : II. Lcitcii.ii! !
out del 113*. thur action on s-iid pctraoa being had by upon I the doiigli issimj)!}' to swell I it ai-l: I I )Ialaria, Bowel Complaints, I K ; Mp r ,: n l.v l.r'.inUo- .Ar7 )C ,. n.KVa t ger. of Uclniore. FIj.
| Dyspepsia Sick Headache, j 0pps Tliti>iijli Sl'-'siiig C'.irscn Xos. X atnl 1 l I., b. C. TCCKKR, KoEisier.
If .1113citizen of Florida form I litlli- cells through i a'-t. Tlusicells ,
ever had sr.ivdou.ht the commissiontrs every Constipation, Biliousness, twt 'Ti JacksimviUe! and Orl.iinlo, wirlinutiiriDeo (U.wK'T S_ Lmnit EiffieIN
ns to the success of the Exposition Chairman Witkovski aie tilled with carbnnic acid gi-. Kidney Affections, Jaondice, | edoIUr.i berth.( No ,. 7 and 8Jaily, :;0-,, .{
called for ( )
the vole which off th- of | ai.d 4 rl.iil. vxi-t-pt Sund.iy. M f-sioi-s'
during
passes Mental 'OLJt'r
process Depression, Co7l q T? CALL IEKT,
QTVSr
a amid tho influence il Is exacted to have in on the moli >mu of co'iinnisMoncr Bea ly; bakinrin1-. > ;: \,. -, l ; KERNASDIXA ANI>JACKS* OCVTLLKXItXCI! lxi: JIf l-w-:.

%'me future development of the S'ate, that when inmis-ioncrs: Beashv; :iud. Me-i (vcyal is inade: fiain pir4grapi m idami <"" I )rI-.rp-I I .t U- flniI persons be.
doubt it i is the action of this acid 11llh1 (fally.) iti.j &r. r. l.iHlad
be upon Il.5l.e4t
may now laid aside. The j an
success Ivinuey voted I i..im .
in the alllr.native and IVatl up. Il.'r.ii .1 i a m"I t 'r I I s.' -i
highly carbonized I bicaibonate of soda I tint .it is.t.l -hi'ti. ilatrisls of
of the euttrprise is certain, and the mole Smith and Ainlrcws in time negotivcd there j generates the alluded to : and these jim SnilaMf: for < >i'l'( .- (-Irovs in Lot > SLlla No .;. N-H No 1'. ti.tv Iiralm'.1 .r,: I ty imtt,' .f frI.i 1 Ia. ,.,i the 17th
gas 5.rp .5r.Taz-k.njfl<- .. l.v -i .i. je" ;
fur
hcHrlilyand liberal]}' the people vippoitJt thing a tie clainnaiiVitkov.;: : kj yoli-d. In grcdicnts are so pure and so perfectly tiil Ho Household Should be Without! It, of I Id t) .icivs ami "ii, as itiay \>\\anti-tl l.i, Up 7l I*> a Ar F.9-rtam.tj.'mi! Ar 5iKp'..-() p ((0--"On K-.i iLtirIm.r 'Ii,. i-j.i theurpse of kCt

I the greater will be the success and the the atltimmtt: is-c. ed. tested ana adapted; to each other, t that: and,by being kept ready for immediate use > ov l l-, : Callalian niNXLCTMXS.At '.-it It ''fist'i.. ', -"-'I T1' tOtim- Paeeat lAwter
more important and the action is mild I and petnri.icnt, and is will pave many an hour of suffering and j \ tr K.-uIn.-ul. fur avaiiiuli. r"li ruln. a'ilSV I NiX, : l'X' Ilarli' >rl-n>a.s and A. Wl
the S.i\iinrai.! ,
lasting ben-fits. Commissioner :Ma>- -.
moved that AI -
dollar
Bcasley an many a in time and doctors' bills
p ,
continued during time whole( tiiiie of baking I I.tnta. ("hail I. hi miahi Kti.it tbiltmmre. wtttm'
There are many interests and thousands: election to locate county site be ordered. and no residue of poisonon* ingrc-ijicnt* I THERE IS BUT ONE O. L. KICKNI" \ ,>il l;..f'lii'-iini.iti. St. L nis CI.!>-a;;.., i.ii.t Nw ail l"ji-!ru'lV11'V, '"--*I nS. j0Ln vnisi;?i-r..f place| aud at T.Late J.

f>t person whu sho.ihl l he deeply concern- which motion was: seconded by CoininisMOIUT rcmain.s to-undeimiiK- lie.dth uojutvbiscuit's \ SIMONS LIVER REGULATOR i-; : j I ji.iiit At Silver wt'-"t mtZm't Sj.nn! \.rili\v;' with-t. t k'lm'! I'.r| '!if '--t N".:ft
i'd in ( hi tai.I but if diicction ; JjlilSinfcry! ; DFBSS:!; t -iia Iciv.-t with %f.tirff ii..f.itt ThomM
making the effects of the Exposition Ic l' itimmey. Tlic ch.iinnaii; j lUt I tietjtic.ti&mim. imo sour Fancy Coeds Mt-atn.'i- I s,- ,,.. ,? ,, Iiz.-'t, firmim, G.
fl.
far a He loliowed, every ailicle will I be 'foundsweet I See that you get the genuine with red 2" NonoN .\! 1 li.i'lCiiv! s'I I i.lt I FlivM-i, P '"-.rra' \v. C ;- a'IJ- t'
Iniln.-vl.: 1 i'C'ITlf.p.:1"
a* reaching as possible. The idea is Commissioners Bt-a-h-y sir.dMcKinmy anilrorowaruedl w li( let fltC I on front of Wrepper. Prepered only by >. KIH! ; : >V.AIAMI.S: !: ) for l'r..kol'-t UattouAt ::(' ; V- : \' /r-J- N"---- w.th 1

to inaugurulf an unprecedented Ixxnn for xotitl in the atlirmitive and J. H. Z EI LI N 4, CO.SolePr.petori; Sii!! riliv-!!: ;/- ; f.-l all !kind.uf .-, ,,i I -'iiitiirl.< >rU.I.M-kt-I.in... v' iili I Squilli! K.- .iJ.i J.aj.j! I'..' iwV:!. -' ". 'l" ...Vs.i.. ...A.C.a.SuwdXl tof-n place

Florida and make the year: 1SSS the beginning CommisVioner Smith in the negative.Commiasioncr Foreaniird!! Philadelphia, Pe. PRICE. tl.OO. Q i : ;.i..: 'nr i| At h..mmr' K -y. w.i'i i ai..->tf> T..n:iiii, .'rfJovi-r>> i. 'n.rS rf<>r.l, I-'.-r m : ':- :; ;- ; ,. Hill
To the Ed.UT of TiitTn.tGUAi't [ J-.ii'.iyali.i! T..i I. V' i ,.- -t.ny p'a .it line
of and !: jVTf ; .1 s'o. j& 'u.ir.itic** iT'.t .
anew glorious ;; ,, ( p'r. a > >: n K \Vir.r ThomM
era in the Andrews rot voting on the i-tt ;: ituotjs CtSTOU-JI> KIPLltHUTH tl.\IiS { I (.O I aid
; :- : v
growth of the state and in the progress ot motion. Thechaiiman: annoiince'd that :I am credibly info: mid that bttwein ;*7"rr..i-.p-. tt; ,' t ir rM -. .J-m.:; II,,.. i rm :-:. '; .. : :- ,:,. t S-t&te,

|jtmi people.-Times Union. i in the now and he comt hlOih.e clcttioii. a"dodrr' \ ROCK[ $$3 PAN3\ V. f i -V St.. ('l.l-. !?---r. i.ix !...M.. wT P (1- :;, ,.' ,.,.,.- a, .t S'ea.
the had I decided af .
question been Mm. .-- Fg.r.jrm- -
: im .
i :A"socvn.-! ; : r IA.t S-i-.f.! 'I t I" r.tn.tin SIiii.I|.,v-< ; .;:L Vt.j1 kIamnP
mimi. IV.JT--
firmative.It will be- issued at I ake B-iiler. p (''\* to -,. i' from -_._fra_aa' --.a.ra..j a ..fn.hi.lM.A-.avii:.. IrhJuj. f.r'Cliur ..., I,,,] (em. 1 ;:.- ..,--. -. ; ,t j 1'm tI at C.sob.
', !, e.m--f.l-, ,_e. i 5.-tv V ,rk. I. U. F "* t-;. u.-t. ,. t icurlI*
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.n> only Paniil J"I jedi-Iii was then ordered that an election be j jordcied heavily with :tll nuiiner of cool t,. I ii-' :-s. \ .c X'nl w.-ar. f i I itULt t : ,., r.. :mnI (- ,' (Clef-k O8
-J 1. : 'A sr. \ h r.tr: .
i414'i. ui-i:.
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have U-en a user of Simmons Liver to tni held on, the 17th day of iiouse St Ii ie4. The I Lli i.\ty thousanddollar I- an}:ct-I'v I mi.emP"iPri.V piir B'i :r''.'."-.I.IjA ,, ;' .-,.,-,. ?-. .':.X.KV I. -o..z; .1.-,.>l. ,.iil.; -. f, I, : t.r- tm.t-. ,., !,. ,' it't_ .. zl.at' ).,,- fr a"e.nz.t

Regulator for Aug. comt house falsehood: ami the I thirtvthousunil 4 Rs'FiOmCO jf a r.evpur i.; t 2' ( "L' 95th ii>. .fi, -.Lty a.d tvtA..ty.: -I.P--; %% Lt-i a.rr: in --t- id'I regisng,
< l juiiamitr
i many y irs having made it .>ia.l. If gnotts l--"?* t iuan f-r mt %m-'s't[ ,- i?.:..,. i-, ,. :. ti- 1 .,-;-d _,.I in
: : my own Familc-r .Medicine. It is a Ordered that H. Haynca be authorized i : dollar j ul js to be revived with mtr, a SI i:.t.stmt v. I iM.-ia.i. .Uu. r ...viis.iii ,. -, ( iim a.t.' : i- oaiiit' 2' .: y oJdIVI -.' (',l.aissionetl

good mmd icliable medicine. pure to turn over all bond, money now in his j other euu.illy I ridiculous and aUuicdslatcmonts. I;r.l-i.,rv.I J Jrn >- i.stiirta: >L.:.i.tir. 1 I'i i. !.. :, ;Z_.: a .s e.v \ ., ,-- ._ p nntt te
i My mother V"ipV{t 'i- n'-x ''TE} (; ( "Jj.mlsI.. .:- : ,, i.... ,
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before Treasurer Kel A r.-cklc.ss and a : :m S ; : I i Iil ,. .. : ..
I desper.it
me was very partial u it. hand to C"unty tmu. : effort '. & 'm. NV 5 ti'-t. 'V ("'J Tl">v- A-- tLt'\ Cierk
T
I D41a 1uii WearPANTSi \ t : 'Ui- .-n -,( r. (
"I find the That Sheriff Epperson will be made to prejudice and mislead
Regulator very safe, harm employ a jard to .5. fv, yii. .trliNFl ,_,
4 less and reliahle to court bouse each the minds of the weak and ignwrant; iv, f!. ...-rl'.s! -, ',,.i-i- -.i Ti--k,
gard .
as a night until i' Yoi;ii '. ti'm-Ier .f Xatur, .
Family Medicine Hgainst Starke and il will t be well for [ ;> n.c I), li. M.i.s LU.. i
a"il ,,
Ilif N'f'1-i..i
out
., ind have used it further orders. i -i.-riin-i't. jT-if. ('. ..'. l >t nt. (k-ntiat t Su .
< for dlsoiders j friends to e. u< n lant.VTrll
any of the keep a sharp; look out for any >n. A. H.. tt-tuLt-rof: I lie, ( 'la-.su's, Hinncr \'. ihoiiii'
pystem and found it to ac r like a thai in. | That, that part of the Lake Butler and publication sent out m injure our cause I ii'.;. t--" .MK, L1. I Iv.irc-. fs'eI'-r
-. 1 believe if il Sanderron road beginning at Court Il.uu.se Let none of our friends IKdeceived.. Lvtno c. Ti-Il ims als-hit wImt olriitiiintalmil I i I YOMIiiMt! T ; a:: was used I
in I'riinary
tune it would bepii tuont will
i iSq'uare be
I false 'i''i 3-.k iic.?. 'eimI eiM amui/d I in lse that Simmons I.
statement \rr U'ZUlmttorsil
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against! our side of the tiiae. { rid
and running to the our -
UTOVC creat preventive of Mckncss. I corner of A, | VAIST. inrISSIDE alal
qui-slion.goupejpnseu of Dyspt'lfcia. I llcad.ichc Const
have often J. McKinney's fence be ilstiiiIi
and
recommended it to fiicuds is hereby timn.rs of all misrepresentations
uiy hi: tin mo.k.: together with ?5 ami 35 cts. for Ctn *- lia.t with tin- ansi llilioiiaut! it
'iil
po>tie fortt\ -- I'BIM-JPAL at ::1K D T break
and bhaTl continue to dii w. declared part ana parcel of said public e l and their motives held iIL to pubc| paid wcprois ant p'lckin Or son'I 0 c-L., eitIjsr Wt-ek. pnyaiIe Wf-ltlv. vmohimg) urni ironiiikC up chillsami
,- tcorn.L t Starke' t<> u* .r to IKv ofiirc of extra (ksaii l, conven'fiit and fever and ;prcvei.t I their '
"ItEV. JAS. M. Hoi Lixs road. That the road commissioners of friends conduct this this |>.ip<*r. and a pack- pleasant! board, return, :and is
; of very in
aci s.iinpl' will h" cheap
iiuu'rtl private families.
: I "Past M. E. Church. Smth. FairfitlJ, District 2 have the ame put in good election upon fair and hororable.; principles g> .11! lin-n tape wmirai; v yuii.* !liivIppoiiteil i"c'iitinz a Tfif school is pleasantly Mtuate-1, aiul Starke a complete antidote for all mahuial
and above all s-v-e tlut the icpr.ipcr'y i ir!. t'n-' i'n.,11 U n"ted for its
i condition.R. : return ii-l-H-s .i i-ui i>,i/i-r.i lujiutt1 extreme healthfullness. poison yet (-illirely free from
: nude. Guard 1 1!" ', ;.. Five term as :In the quinine or Cheapot& B.s. N
weir ev TV i-i-- i3".T < ati -->n: pa-t. eih'n'-l. Business College 'i It
it.
T. ai.dou I
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Dowliu try
will
"TaZf Zeilin & Co. County S iperin 'rt4m.t i t1 i or caiai>j; ie or jia1--; ul ir. ipply t bo astonished I iTtZhet fl"o.na I 4 ,.
Philadelphia. <>
public iustructjoj; ; pmt.it !.V>.TOU KWK PANTS,;: CO.I at iheL'i.o-1 r.--mit:t, of tiic lVerIVi o .l ot"?c$1rIIA
presented St
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p PIT.I.KO. 1 8 Siimuitr St. l >iiniM>n' Livtr Kci'u'iiti-r 1'--a.--... ? m tt : ti. 4rw'
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t teacher of retail or otherwise and that I KINUSLEY NOTES. .
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'_ i fJtTY NEWS. Starke Institute, i is in the city certainly no license required.The I OFESSIO'NAL'CARDS .
preparing j Everything i ia looking lovely after our i .3.

.s *3 '-f% for his seasons work. Prof.Clark Judge taking the latter view of the I i:I much needed rain The weather his:. "DR.: A SCOTT "M. D. LOUIS, ; ,, W! .u jJ.IQ"V'S'li" S. ;

is i case decided that the : I .
of prosecution had for the
:'ItSfichool} Uonrtl; : will meet on Mon- gentleman finu appearance changed better bathing is as much .,
.t
failed to make a case aganst the laws of I .
and enjoyed, 113 usual.
we hopehe" will be well t
l at Lake Hut lor. Late from Michigan: 1 r
f fft __ __L----- i and! have the slab The boys have great spoil every flight. I :
patronized
a good school. --- -- --- --
; ''Ve want ZOO ntnv .uh'rilJt'l's atf LIKUVIUWDOTLETS spearing fish. TIcvc.aptnrca( good KKSIDHXT PIIYSIVLXXU I I -" -
many.
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aIac-e
mtji, This; Institutehas a far famed GEobdsI 'Sj't
! lu-e. reputation 31 Ir. S. .T. Temple came out Monday the I Mr. H. Puddy will have fine waftrmelons. ; Pry) o uI

'\. "l''ito. -- .-. --___ :v a fnst-clas school, and 2klli: and put the saw mill in operation fur sunn- time yet. Tin vines SUKCUON.Terms I

: 'ti.i City, Council \\51l ine-e-t oil Tues.kOl there will no doubt be students at- again, "keep it agoin" Mr. T. I are bearing extremely well and the I:l'.ls.llal.ll': I

'd&y.- ending from various sections of our Miss. Afiies Uowft of Ionia spent a melons ate of excellent quality. s4titiu: FL.tI' \..

'I.- .. --_ ._ i Mr. (Oflice) at! Uii-skins' Druic Store. .
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; day last week vi.siting.hcr many friends. Abu Strickland has a few late I
) l for7t>:alo at tins county. They could Cf'l; tainly do .
ncwspujicrs ---- ---- .
.1 The Jlev. J. II. Stoney Presiding elder peaches and there will soon be a large I It I Ionli -

'. '. flic'c at UOc por hundred. no better. Starke i is perfectly of this district was to have held servicesin quantity of grapes. F.J. FIELD.

ot1.iI _ _ board and
.a'-J1II AiiierieH healthy, tuition arc cheap;, lower masonic hall on Sunday 24th We have been having: considerable *"
French and
For Ladies
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society (excellent and buildings lirsl- but through Gome missunderstaudiug as to company in Kingsley.Miss BRICK MASON'S WORK VPLASTERER. t1 ,
K. II. ;Jones'.
Jv: 't Shoes to )
4 go ..dt'Y t' hope the citizens and time we failed to have the pleasure of his Emma Ilogua nnd.Mrs. Webb and .

Watermelon season is about people iu general will do their whole presence hope we will do better next time little son, of Starke are spending 1fcw
TTMlo G'oo
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for thi"'CU'. this school Williard Northup and Chas. H. Sitzer days and aie having a good time. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. s., aces, I1.iuery.
over. duty by :and give theproper
tool a tour up the St. Johns and thenceto Presiding Elder J. II. Stoney of Day-
BOX 41 STARKE :FL.\ .
Mr. J. W. Hodges receiveil a* a I encouragement to our new' south Florida last week returned tona. Fbi who has charge ot the East July 30 87. If. GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND

fT' present from his father, .a full crato te-acher. Monday the 23th all O. K. and ready for Florida! M. E. District, held services in '

-- -- --- businc-bii "ain't hustlers." the M. E. Chun-! at Kin last Sun- L. C. HULL
slel
of Tcry fine LtContc : ar: (ct M M l" IC.\'fI-D.) we FINE CLOTHING.jTir. .
Mr. Jas. Fininon of Springs Park, day. There were quite a number present,

: / Bring your job work to this People iu other Mates than Elorida have Fla., has taken the contract to build the and all seemed pleased with the Elder. CONTRACTOR & llUILl EU.

: office, ana it will slji; lie-ally antI un iik-ii that: we ilcpuml entirely upon the new hotel opposite the City Park. Hope Mr. Stoney is a very genial pleasant gentleman -
I orange: tree and sweet potatoe vine which STAn liE FLA.
': 1 cheaply June. it will soon be reaily: for Mrs. Howe too and is always especially welcome, ,
i is a derided! inistaks. The lctuall'esoUl'ces CA-ItffELL. .
---- -- - will being one of Nature's noblemen. lie .
under whose management It expects .
t Mr. E. C. Pound and Family: of of the state are great an-.l: arc constantly cuPj" I) LANS' and specifications furnished onsho ,,
be strictly first.class with 'Table Dellote. to locate a Church: at Lake: View in rt notice. Carpenter work solicited -

Gainesville have he-en enjoying thehospitality developing: new ways and means, by Mrs. J. M Martin[ who has been ill for the near future. and promptly attended to. Prac'tioal

I I", of our }popular HoJ I which our industrious farmers can makea the last month is rapidly improving under ?lr. Blanchard; i is also expected home to July 30, 87. tf.
.. living and a good one too all nut trees -
". store man T. '\". Sweat. : Dr. Scott's "Starke" care. begin work on the residence of )[1'. Sasse. TATE POWELL M. D.
. -- flouri.sh here, the.peach, plum pear grape, The Masons had a large meeting Satur- Mr. White is building. Tin.Smith and Sheet Iron Worker

\ ;:t The fourth nine of Starke: will apricot. nectarine melons of all kinds 23d. X.Y.Z.Absolutely After an experience of twenty years in ,
day the practice of his profession bus no hesitancy ..
known
l'i 1. the first nine of Thoniasville a every vegetable can he grown in and most Stia,33se'IFla
:i jday Mr. K. ii. Drew paid us a pleasant promising the latest -

,II match game of hall on Saturday: with great success. All Japan fruits do visit Saturday last. scientific treatment to hose asking hi .rIIAVIXG LOCATED in Starke. in the brick building formerly occupied by (j
r. weil ill on\ part oranothci of beautiful services.
our
.t silver ink *tand.V. : Mr. D. W. Brigham is improving. attended. E. Wyman, 1 respwtfulty solicit work iu my line from tie nti/cns of the town and( stir
Si I country. There will be a new industry Calls to the country promptly work
'II op- The Tropical Land Co., has been making OYAP Diseases of females: and children a specialty rounding county. All warranted.: Charges mo er.LIe. Hooting. Gutters and
, \ II. Rivers has just received e-iH-d, in Florida we believe. We now Leaders a -
improvements to the office.lr. l'ce.i.tItYA

, the largest stock of Gents Clothing i-peak of tl.idrying of figs for market } Fred Sheferdek has been making Office at City Drug Store, or at his ---- :-. -: L.lJ. -ORDERS. .PROM-- --I'TLV- FILLED.- -- ____________
Uto. It is wing investigated hy some of residence in Kist Starke.,
:
;; hat ever eoiiie to Starke which will extensive additions to his residence. ,\1\1. !!- "1nOYA.L THE( nniouDONGOLA ; -. MEN'S
r -- --- -- -- -- -- --
our most hitclligv-nt f.u mets and citizen'Vc '. P r. W'l
1-e sold eheap. Call i in and Wesleyvill "Wonder what's up? ..' :' ."lll': COMER I, PEEK '
\ to lIe able to furnish results : -- A. L. Von KIRN
expect .,_ KID. Fm *
Calf
Miss E. E. Richmond is still making :' .- ...fr ; < Atngaroo l1iglltllr.v .
f; be pleased to show them toyo'.i.Some and rcciixa little! latter in the season. ,':, V i I. .
I additions to her residence.Mr. A TIORNEY-A I-LA JV & NOTARY -
nut in the meamime, let u*. plant a good @ SHOES $-i.50. :\: ; ILuiil &w,1
- of the Lake Uutle-r; pcopU Thos. Allport lute of Reading
; nuiuLir of trees of each Kind cf then ;) : '
fig.
Pa., has opened a shop and is ready to do Ladies who baviIKCIS: BOOt
= AiD HOE STORE
tilled rite for
*. ]1.1\'e a an injunction It ,-
.
theieilllic' an oaily oppmtunily of trying :all kinds of fine wood-work. 'r rf.t1 STAKKK RUAIIKOUU Cor T\ FLOUIDA. Shoes madeto I order I CIa.00.

f t IH stop the eleetion for the) 1''e\1 ion our hand at I this new btishuss in ca*cit i .; AHSTISACToK TITLE and Real{ Estate wearing if I and $ .
We are soon to have a blacksmith and ., ,
,if the court hotiso. Judge ]Baker is a success, ulthiugh we arc sure it "Let 'er boom." -/)" liw :i Specialty. Shoes, and desirinj, Also Complete Line of men.
\ shop. @j
wagon f A'' tracts furnished showing every Deed '
d.. will here the case: on next '!'tiedav.'j will be."I'a'ts. --- -- Mr. L. H. Thomas surveyed Mr. F. m Mortgage. Lieu, Tax Sale. Judgment Attachment Economy Mylr ant' STARKE, .

!It.! --- are stubborn L things," andsulfrers Shcfeidek's homestead Monday last. and nil matters of Public 'lImforlIlIuld try :1 i 'lJme'2, )1i ('3, Boys anti. -

County Commi
Y.as: J>Ionelay, they will have a four days complaint a very stubborn fact until his return to Lakeview's genial clime. --4 t4GPOWDER date in Abstract.Bradford. county, Florida up to I line of Sh.-.s.:. I ::idieFreiicii -- FLORTDA.C'Ihjr Shoes-*, come 'DI1. .

tie he Cession as there will be a great they commence the use of Ayer's Ague May he stay long for he's a hale fellow Kid 'lllk .- .. .

Cure. This medicine never fails to cure Headquarters for FUn 1NSUHANC E .
In ;jimount of business before the :meet well met. $.1.00. (leu1) .
on f even the uIrt .:1Rti. representing the Liverpool & Londoiut, ------ .- .
118 ncr. We have mail 3 times a week each way. Globe Co. -a .
- .
: M.L'Enele. W. A. Del
tyig ,.'.. __ leniorlnl From Providence. and
- Monday, Wednesday Friday. ----- ------ ----- .

Mr. \Vitkovskint to Jacksonville V\ ('. the commit tee appointed to draft There were lots sold last week at fancy :U. liELHLE, thbI .
brt of 1t1l ii1l1
: Monday of this week 10' Mutable resolutions co-icerning the deathof prices mid not in the center of town either. J lift t ice of the IN-at-e for Clay County, ,

Florida.Wlll .
employ council to defend the action I IJ one of our members, report the following Who says Lakeview is not on the boom. .
.Pure.This c\"o. |I'rul't| ntifiitlon t.) e.itetio'c an,1 l HENRY A. L'ENGLE Manager. W. N. BAKER. CaFL&
of the County Commissioners in ordering oilier l I-:il! i lIe-;IIl.?.s. .
Kiu KI 11. -J t-2.\.-( .jiu.Elriiillurtl .
;'rd''rt an dc.ction for the 10CJtielll llr.oi.i'Tioxs.l.st. L\"'TI NOTES. powder never varies. A marvel 1 'n M'-y. n n .II n. ... . ... .3..W' \,( flO. '." .c"I'-T'.1.t.l' t"t a

he 'I !I That: iu tie death of our Mr.( and )11'5.. A. Bailey and Mr. and of jMirity, strength and wholevunciu-ss! l.odSc >I. -12 i.umlA..U .
he of the County Site. young Jr. North this More economicjil! than tho ordinary m ; l: rlf: :ulur coi.iiiiui.u.itions till hl rJ' / _-_ / .
fril'lll"l'I Tuwe-ll we han Mrs. J. C'rawshaw: A'illgo (irnt: r!tit.> in t-.n-li month.J'liN .
'Ir' 1 ._ sus- kinds :\ind cannot: bo sold in "'" petit i''n ,,
/ HAM.. L. V.'. Kl,-KUTKit. WIJ. lift A 1..a: i1m.\J. IIAXKIXG HUSIXESS.: IiKltWtTS HECK1VKD.: COI.LKITION33IVIK :
:; : We are sorry that two of our tamed a lo s that: is iU-eply! felt in our week on :a vi-it the former to St. Louis. with the u-ultuude of low lev, shunweiiilit v\ :'..n11n. \v. .M.Jj : AT USUAL: KATK.S H.- KXCIIAN'tJS.WGRTHINGTON .
the later to Huston. alum! of phosphate: pow.'crs. -- -- --- -- -- .
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he iris \\heii wemis his beloved form awl .
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young men are sick :and confined to j I Mai Sold oulv iin-uis. lloyal Hiking Powder LaUc: Vis-.y I."tl'J.. US t't !.. V A. 11Ue -
feature from our muNt, :and hear; 110 mere( The Mi-scs Belle and Annie key, ('o."lO..WiIlbt.X; ; : Y.
)-l sis-ond 1 and fourtiiS.ilutiiuy
uiar t'tiiis :
I lwil'h.elstwit\II'1 li.. I II. JtIt' 1 "
- < tin- voiie that mingled i with ours i in recitation of Kochelle, arc visiting their aunt. )lrs. .\prill'. -m;. It't t-..,-!:1 nujutli 2 o'elo!k. iiiiiOsII
and )Ir- Gco. Gal'll iller. We I IIY SmrV.itnnic C'IIKSI-KP. Xounirr.S
hope ami al1lill'l'ayer( :and pialsc.2nd. ; Maggie McCully.Starke I 1' .I : : :' !
S, \\ \la..t.'I'.
howevt scon to"see the-ni! on theStreets \ That \%e desiie to take this warn- has an interesting and! instructive FOR SALE.A -- ---- -- --- --. -

;IIh contributor to the Florida Farmer and DIP'I KiU! : 01' RE!) 31 EX.
tii that death awaits usall and .
Ii& again.Mr. iiiiT; si g piano: cost $ 150: will sell for ;273.

rc.. ------- I Iir. wi- cannot! tell 1 whether h) will take the Fruit Glower. child: crib suitable for chil 1 aired, from 2 (O"CIof.TtI No. 1. l'i.\.-Council
i itt' This with! commodious
Win. D. Carle-ton had the article Bradford ; Ihlln1.u'tcrl1;. place, a new and HOTEL in
| Mr.I Gardiner's on Fires kiuli-d! cnc'i \Vednt"d.iy' t !ep, ,
old, or the you ng. We entreat each niem- to 10 ; ; s cost 1 $7 will sell for *:> oO. the
yea l'I.tutifill1l1l' of the Santa
ItS. misfortune to loose his littl hay; county in last week's TKLKGKAPH: was at their \\:!WIIII.: Clarke, Fh.TianLin ) ; twenty-five miles south of Starke, i is _
''In. her of the school to ghxthemselves tn Baby c.uri.ige: ; co-t: A13 wiil sell for ::.OU i lirnihcrs ('()Ii I!ml'1y I invited i to now open f.It tb. reception of \'ii tor-l. To the overworked or otherwise

:lIi 1111. mare on Thursday the 2Ist whi'e at Je-bU.s, that they may: be ready: to meet very valuable. without satin parasol or *7.00 with i it, all attend. G. W. .McKmF:1 {'xh\II..h'l: : :111t1! i-.tl'll( i sulplmrus water will be found not only

lof Sampson River Lake1. The mare Jesushvii! ': comes. A number of our colored citizens are i in perfect older.! AddixssMHS. :,'c I:'.11. DELIGHTFUL
absent in -;Angu.-.->tine, whither they went ..\:. MII.I.O:;,
'test Il'd had t two white feet, black: legs and :?rd. Thatc tender to his bereaved: in search of employment. But it i is no- C. Pi. TEX EYCK I Chiel: uf I Ue--ords.: and( INYIOllAT1NGpronmoting digestion and giving tone to the

' pirentsaud: other relathes our sinceresympathy Staikf. Fla. ___.h ----------- system jri-iu-rally. TIie.siirrouu.liug-are pleasant and the drive from Starke
and tail
: she )had snnll
mane a 11tl' ,
; of the
wh-Uever
ticc.ibkthat: to part I Ltlzr "i' 10 I.Y .
tIny )
in great; we pray over a line uinliilutiiicountry: of bill! and hammock, romantic and interestiuir.
-
' &..OO reward will of work almost 'n. O. Z"*. Mi'tsv. Kri
be in they -
givenrj State, they quest ry
Ut'nal.hlle.. that this aiilirtion may be sane-lined: to go ", I u- nilIt at '>)I-J Kellows The table* wi'l' abound} with.tbe very best the country affords and
; ntormation of her where invaiiably return to Bradford county -ft-- (. .(fill. Triru'itI.rutiitrs, ,
good their since God hath lone itand j :- L."r.-: S '. uI'J.oli.llt'4t; to attend. no pains will be span-d to make our guests comfortable. Charges for board

abouts. Address the above at "ile doeth ull things well.:' Ii ii iI1 h= F. J.FIELD J; 0.11\VXES.Secrets will ba :$M) per mouth, or $;t: per we-ek. Children and nurses half price. .
has been in rr Cox 4*. NOOL-iaiul.A. .
The engaged some
"n. t Starke, Fla.Air. 4th. That a copy of these resolutions lightning I :'c-si.-t-'c.; b"l'r.tln'I t ii, 1'1'.11. :I'h. I_.. 't'T7. Vfci'-GrrnL I J. II". G.R.\.l". Proprietor.
k in this East .
ba furni&hed the parents and one also rather small WOI vicinity. of .. i.V .oci.nic Atli.iiiil'a'ieJ ..Liu, .
--- - -- -- -
- ,.'. F. J. Field, our popular brick sent to the gtarke Telegraph and that of town it struck a pear tree not as large ';!; l.i the Cay of r Mew: Ycrk CHURCH DIUKCTORY.MHTliUDl.sr From five years personal observation 1 hare 1111if rmly found patients

be the bookof as u I11 UI'S wrist and two or three small lallnJillg' unlIt'r .lespl'p"i.'l..: or aJIll'rrngernellt uf the much
OF'; piason, informs us that he has the I they spread upon secretary's1 'VILLLDOnSHElIEU digestive organl

;ad.'ial contract to plaster 1 the I new residence this Sunday School. orange trees and a fence post; west of Editor and Proprietor.Dsfy CHUUCH.Services l IIl.fittl hJ the use uf the \VortImiimgtou: 'Spdllg" water, anti have noted

He-v. S. S. Proctor ) town it struck another Hilled orange tree Editions. every Sundiyat II a. in. and improvements in case of chrol1il. ; rhetfmittimiun 61111 l1t-uralgic troubles fronl

: of Mr.{ T. W. Sweat, also tho mn>on i G. W. C'lyatt. 1 about as high as one's head. Sur.Jay, and iVeekiy : at 8 p. iii. Holiness i.ieotiiiir! Tuesday at its n!. : A. M. POWELL, )., I).

Q work and plastering] of Mr.{ .Strong's : Miss Damie'Odom, J f (011111.ille.J. Inquires have been received here from a THE \ \{\ STAR 8 p. in. Prayer meeting Tnur&d.iy at S Providence, Fl.i.; Juno 3. 1R'. July 16. '87. tf.
v/r'K Y
.1 J. L. Turner:
;D. new residence. Mr. Fi--ld] i is :i goud\ -- i wealthvcitkiMi of the North us to I lie *n I l.0. in. .

d ; workman a resident of StarVe' rind I (jreatt-r beneHts I may bu derived 1'1'01111 probable protitablenes of ;u canning fac Sj tcon-r- go Newspaper, Issue< W. :S. UiriTAHDSON', Pustor.Suml.iy : YouFeel f ISo -' .

i the! vacation Wesson if I i; at. the same IIiO, tory. every Wednesday.! S--'iool' at 'J-.yt :\. m. Why
lie has hi hands full !
r all the tho I1Iloi.1-5 )Ijdiu:; cle.uise I and vit.ili/ed Luwtey has: hipped during the past A .Ion. ;njr, lnijjl.t iiii'I ii.trt'l lug J. CIIAS. Jal':: \fIJ. Silver; : ute'j.lon weak and exhausted is because your I

j-of 1 time, between! his work .:at h'w trade : by llio u-d of$ AyerS Sarsaparilla .season( ;ot35: : bushels! of strawberries to FAMLYPAPER.Itcrt..ei UHUY; MAIl'l'IN. .JSe'. A Ti tasurer.Services blood is wIun'1 well expect the .

.Ihe: and the care of his I beautiful little i I iiiicn.so of alpct ite, vigor and buoyance Northein cities and Jacksonville! and I -- -- ranitary condition of a city to be j>er- I THE OHLT I2U3
aitend = tho Litc-bt ne t, OWL to the tour c. n1'1- t' ('II t H,)II.
of.spirit& the ii'.eotthis medicine. cities with defiled water and defective
feet
place.Mr.. I --- aiout 100 bushels to other Southern '( .IL' t.i j uXurlcuiturnl-- : I

: ". _ .I. A ('II)' ol'Iteautil'iil AVuiuau. later in the season; about 4oO cratesof at I 11 :a. in .In.lllt i S p. in.PrsivT sewerage as to expect such a complicated IRONTONIC

L. C. Hull, contractor, hs: Detroit, :Mich., i is note] for its healthy LcContc pears; about 210. crates of Marl.ot, IIIl'Hille't..y \'e.IIE'S! !layS piece of mechanism as the human ,
.
ham IisIl1lln ladios which the leading, : Fashiont I p. in. H.! TALlIl'.l, 1). D Pastor. frame to be in good order with impure
. taken the- contract: to build Mr.Strong's [ :, peaches: about 50 LaIrds of Irish potatoes Household, Sunday Srhool meets Sunday blood circulating even to its minutest
and there every
l liy.-iciaus druggist attribute
and .jO barrels cabbages; 44 barrels of Pc1itic l,
new ]house. This is to be a to the ge-ural use and jmpalariiy of Dr. ;Financial anti C--mmcrc I, 1II0rn lug at ti':l. veins. Do you know that every dropof
i Florida curios about $j0 worth of roses
- ; large two house with all the I! llarter's lion Tonic. ; Fcctical lt Humpfous anc A. C. UAMUiri;. Superiiilendeiit.F. your two or three gallons of blood WUl purif, the WOOD quisut.
\ story -- ----- and jessamines (for the manufacture ofierfiiiiier L'ciitorialVj.rtrr' R. MOIirJA.V, Secn-tarj'. passes through the heart end lungs in tile LIVER ..
; mode-ill convemnces amid 't ill be a Uvfore Our Justice Court. .) Last fall and winter there lnt=, 8'! 1'1',1".1' !::r.9 1.i-m' or tr"1uri.iN .- about two and a half minutes and that I OR of YOUTH.t .}),1'uipei'.IaW.nt'.. VIa.
,
great addition: to our: (.-it." \\ e :,, On Muudayla| >t )'. A. O. IVarcc was were shipped about 100 bales of cottoa, -.>I." \. .; !'-. <.\ f thin:XIci..u'i ": PUESKYTKIUAX CIIUIIUIT.Servi on its way, it makes bone and muscle QAp.et&iJn.Ige.I..I..k Stj-agthiin4 Tired "'MHDIf.lit

,\: \ shall aiiai:neJ; bet'(ii C our Justice Omit here, and this fall there will be sent off about '' ': .i.i ii brain and nerve, and all other solids I Cululoly cur J: Bont DM.cloa ._.
be ,
; glad to wel) 'lIl'11'I :. : : and D."" rbceiv.
; ( ( Strong ; :: :::. :" :-:"'01lC'r&lu: : I1UO -e-s every othorSiiml-iy at I It a. in. .
.; : and fluids of the body? The blood is fo"nh.: *"" lb min4
.rt 4 to QIII' iul.. eily, n-it IIn11'1' the] te aiis\urto a charge prelined by .Mr.Urainerd 73; crates of Japanese persimmons and a I ,. : n. -I! MATTIi'lI': .. '"r. the Bible und ("inplirs I'ra.'n! Tower.rine .
the .
great nourlaher or, as : from enpiatntapaeIi.r"pircwiliftndinlfl
Mitchell! for sel'ingatret-lil wine carload of or.iu.res. Our groves and or- -n.T v C -- .1"'I S.-hool 0 itt: -LA-- ) i iJJOK ,
: I PMI .: Sunday e'urylilld'\.\ -it :
lie it."The .
good has donor : terms ,
u, li(1; but : manuf.u, tmel: \by 31'. 1'caretin Xi-ith chardsaic: yet 'in their extreme )'OUlh.1 ; i. Lf i. J t ,., i 1.J a. ui. .r. I'. 1MIAIT, 'f... ".t1......'. tj'HAITYJt.S.."pl..r, 1,oltl.r"mpl.zion.TOPIC%.

')\ \ for a ('hil.'I'. i C'utilint and khat not he-ill.; iiiadu ic the Most'[ f the pear; and peach orch1b; .. .: : .1 :. "--. ':... -.J:.: ; ;. ..r :. .. ,'". Suierli'.t t ; : ;111 t 1 lca t. Life of the Body." :I'-:1'.'"''.1 .'r- .":.....,:.I.ilo. tfJo'r.r"iJ f+'.j t...!.'*,.0\1(1)tole1 BUTt _
: I uriit '! > "! (
k. --___ I State of. Floiid.i, it was not domestic wine only about live }ears old :and home this! I : I I:1:1: > : ; : ;:, V:<.: i.a e:. I Is it any wonder then, that U the bloodbe 'ur i:Oa.-np: ,. JMH-W..lijn Liver"IV'N Ccuu'iifl Io'tLLS ufl.2 Stab C .

l'U.! ''i 1 There.vas a. v<'rvviitl.sk: r.1..: .11. CHi ;TI.\.X CilUKCH.A. I not pure and perfect in its constituents -..:!.;'I,"I1.. "OO t,'P'o'P"'of l'i-ronest.so and* 1'IIID i;> pctj Book.. .

:1 1'ItTce: !JlUtlll. b,], ( IhI.I1.1\. .: tr.uy to the la'vs of this t tall'. .unptem I I Dr. E. A. To'ld brought your currespoiutent .- :: -: : -; i.I fl'I:: I .-:-' I H:2i'i2'.slVtvr4 I ;; : li.:; you suffer so many indescribable TH :m Jltr..mn; :WE; l.. ST. 1CtIS,U3TutsPII .

L-: night .ttlH.'t.t11'IUH'I.! Iial]!, :sleiowc".ubocrul I i: di-! t..ida" \\ represented aj Wit! iIeS'.eS.of !! uu apple! weighiu just : half I :i:a'-- U.-':"- .":: .',.J.' :- .::: ,f I!.:.'- :i.I\;:;;;.\-:. ::.::'e i:'ui.it ::4 '::.>"...,. G.; I'. Youiu. tlio I\i>li:,';r i iir. u-h.s! IIII.IPTU I symptoms Ayer's Sarsaparilla? stands "head and ."

and! others I intere-sted as to the terminus j pv-un-J, colored all marked very much I
] >i' .-aclu"> made Intin- the I of mild mure.ih'acid .::, .: ; ,- .,.!<; --i ;. ir.Iin..ry; iin'uf. e.ifh; 1 t r..):."', ilay :it 11 a. 11lllil: Suturduv : shoulders aliovevery other Alterative -
citizens, amid the matter lixiste- l ill case.At I like a Fall Pippin a j i .' ':. _'. ... ...: ..,1I..,. and Blood 3!edict tie. As proof,
< "sujlinur called. The .. ; ;it T.j":: t p. iu.
the
the <
c-ise wa : an excellent cooking apple. .t. ,01.' t "- >
reliable testimonies
I Ic read these :
its various si le-s anil tin- l'II.dll..il)1I) i I I ---.-- SFAIJKI:
< but' on l account of feeble health of Justice- [ Dr. has four trees of this 'ariefrlm _.'..h.'C'P',. . TO.MI, i! I O. C. Urock of Lowell, Mass., says: .
vas to lot the il'lI : : of. ,-.7': .' :' -r ; '. .. "i't .' j each 2itl .)'', lny: at 11 n. in. and ciicIiLord's "For the 25 I have soldAyer's
leinpenuiei'alone (Pt'.t: Keith was postpniK-d until :J p. m. at which he will gather about a bushels .. ... :- ', i .-. \t1 nrv
for the jux-e-nt at 1 le-u-Jt, >o I, \\ 'iich hour quite; a number of our citizens i j fru't Mr. W. J. Kurd[ had an abundance I .. ..... ...'.... .,: .." .. .,. .. :..:. iU"! 1.11:1)! (::::>) \I'. ilL I the best Sarsajiarilla.reme-lial agencies In my for the opinion cure, bcnIelare the dlge.tlve uuequ1&l organs.re"ult eai Ja U.

:to there will very likly lie none in thi: u'"en 'led to hear the case. Court ci'icalled ; !! of apples c his own growing about six ., -.:, ....'. ,. ..t..._. 'I'--..:.I..;m:, MAXVILLEeach of all the diseases arising from impurities

i several witnesses testified that they I I ? ago.Vhtere seems to be uo reat'miI 7-tf; OJ5 'rf -.: SAiVCVA" i > Mtl :-'rd: I.'.III's. ilac; nt I! 11\1 in. and: :;.:- of the blood are contained in this ,. ANTIBILIOUSMEDiCINE.! .
under Art. XIX \wc. medicine.
of the
e county newconstitution. purchiscdiii(| of lr. P. but did not I \\ hy we should not have a succession of .. :.:' ; : .,'II- .,... ; iin'-iy .:"nat; '::'0) ]p. III. Eugene I. Hill, M. D., 3R1 Sixth Are., In IdeiyreeousIzed.HMtbeX malarial C. : : ra'P'I'I' : pw4i a "e.allar
1 lt oW hi-re it was manuf.iciuicd.31r. ; I fairly.: good apples for two Orhl" l' mouth :' -;';.::!' ., :: : .- HIGHLAND: New York, sass : "As a Mood-purifier propart e' In froeiuK I hey.&emfrom
Ith of '. ;:'. .. .... : : :,.: ; ; :.: .: : ::.: : .: : each: -llh Lutii'., dn\. :-t 11 I I:. in. and Satur- and general builder-up of the system I that poiooo. JEI'R-Hnllr Kir;ar
,. -Mr. J. U. Mimiii of the Kentr.c-lcv 15. llayues; our tax collector, I i in the suninher.I I '. ;:: '-;':;:u..!:: :.,:..:;... -: .,: .. ., :. have never found anything to equalAyer's coated. IOM":I all. l'ric, ti3cta. .
: I hs district, testified tint .Mi.(: IVirce: had: I Your correspondent should have acknowledged _!.' ", 'r'1 n.; '." R. i day; ht-fon- 7.:; ) {p. in. Sarsapiirilla. It gives perfect Sold Evorywilere.

\') 'House has: raide thk O.-I-OK lV..in I..: called upon hum!! for i in;';>.mmmi:: lm. \\ heilierhe : some wo 'ks ago the receipt .:!!l :i.S N.-rCli V. ill'.ai.i; St.. :>:\.' Y..1' I ClifKCHVORSIli: ;>. satisfaction."
Office 44
St. New
t-eed] AT (Iil \:;i.r- one u.itI
'tjmmali enough! to Mipjily \\ould he re-quired to have license to : of !c\.ral baskets of beautiful fruit, !

J. the wants af ]his Hoh.l. :and jili-nty i sell \\ UMin Florida manufactured: ,. him I''chielly peaches, from Messrs. Hill, ,tch r.OIj'.l-y 1 ;it! 11i.1 M. efficacious Carbuncles in all forms Eczema of, Scrofula Humors _. .
WHY Boils -
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: in: Nt.i iii Carolina: I. and that he (tle'wit.- Knirkcibocker. Smith, Peters andFisher.
to the I Catarrh &c. and i", therefore -
.11 spare, vine cove-is! several: B go 'II*!'.il.f Uippt llr.to n summer ro;outo 7fa .f':;'1) I Lumbago ; ,
: eichVidi.iiliy ::11
, "qnare rods} of e-aitli: it is of UK- iisv( ) ;;:1It as !his opinion tint ;although Of Knickerbocker's lt'cntllPI..lel" I spin! V"iir varation, ; when you li.ive: -- -' -.----- -.--------.--. ----- the very best i iI Cohen Dawn. .
the \\iuc'a i5 |i mahiifietued: ia .North fix \veiahmes 23 011(1'; i.f Mr.IVttrs' one i.f t!..- nit'-i t ilc-ii''htft.Il of Summer,! .o ;. -nil-, ''utt. 'I r Medicine :
: .0'tOII : /. I Spring and Family PROF. .. E. DODD I
11'1'1.1yarh.t I He :11hl .' ; am pit-used to
*\. -1 'aic'.iiia'! j il ua.s bull:! tl'iiut-siic WWln: lc-r fix: weight 18 ounce I W.iti'ii! i lL-t'- in .\..I1l"WI1 slate at. -e' '' "II,1 w say
I JJfj J ? 1-.11. g v ,1! :r..Sn"'u .f! '?* i in use.to It teats all," Mr. Cutler for your beii'-Ht. anil th- pul>lic. that we
II some corn that j is like a \\ilde-nu-s-j, the lawif Flotilla: :and the m.iker; of Al-i froi-i Messrs. Biirnn, Knicker i i'U n: n.i'lIl'l'PI: :(.<, 1 1 s *.** .1 v :11"i .'j.ll.t:, ,:- tlt t .- says have Ix-en u.injf your "GoMeii DI wn" fop
,I 1 ; I l., Ii Vii!! -tf > i i Iu't---s wl.ic; .1.! I .-in i of Cutler Brothers & Co., Boston. howAyer's
IllS 1'oC dense and thick and S' !:Hof MHI.n>is hll1jll,;, I i.rht to si-U hi-! \\iiie iu IlocKlr.1.111( and Klflan.: simple of ni-i the l 1.:11I1ifn: ; Miw.inruIZivor; in Y -i .r; 1.1'i.in; ",i'y ri.ru't,- 111'1 a r-r'n: i a yeir or m ra in our f.unily I an.! find itmost
Il.imilln: ['iu!! I'M. Tic! Maters ,.f li.ia s'ruii'; '.,'. ..., ..,. excellent fur pain and
. f. : II ; ; ** *** ;p! utis .1 I Ati "-i"i I tm.w : the largest be foundanywhere. thl; St. :: at ut.ul as tloiiK--lic \Vi lie, and strawbei wine of this year's: inlage. of I Sarsaparilla
that ry :
e-.in I .f'i-'i .
pears : aienuinl l for I Ihrir mrrtatulr.m: :IVI! IIClailit i : < i-r. ; "- : il| t-- -i i- Ii't! We cheeifully recommend it.
to so \\ijiild with tl.e of it clear /.':: .- -.i'-v :r 'I'i ,!.i i v .. ::.., ,. \v '
: I; doing: nut .conflict varry'mg: excellence SOle very I I aivl c u'? Ie! oru--iif Uu iui--t j.ooN II. -' : .. 1.. H. Mit.iv. M. D.
I" I wI-: : ; :" 'a.'II. -i -r. Tj.i.r'; ; I' t;, does sell. Preparedly
II ____ I Ir : licenseor; rl'\'l1tH.1.\.b.! ,, and of :a fine, delicate arnL. I i is quite;: 'I sulphur \\iti-r: to !fmiud i in: I tliisfountry..it : : '-'...'. .. '.>-. '.. .'-..r.nic' |II: --M-H. TI"| ,-. : 1 Lcesltlrg. Fla.. March 2i( 1887.
'ia-, ; Tien! came thfs i l.iw exp.IIII'.lcThl' within the bounds of sifcty to say Ih tl a 'I I tt-!: Spring! i i-! a tii>l cl i -.-- liole-l.! with* W:." '..1-'.!: .., .- .'11 "I.r"lt'I'i"'I"! ; w'. :.t 1..1.lay i Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass.I PROOF J. DOOD:
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I I o Fjn-i.t. a verv jileMnant: day; arc'imui'Mlati'iiis i {for he.t coM uriti r. t----------------- rit! .: .. r 'l. I willie
I simpltf ; : : .- ; .., Price $1; six bof.les, f I. Worth $5 a bOlt My little on wa cured right
i A 'tu'riL.t
last week, uith :- H. B. Mattii'eand \ ally. lor pros (quoted manv: p.i: s-igt-s fi toll tho>iand gallons have been manufacture. II plur.irilmti! .. lilIut(1: t.y the F. Ii A. N. -I"'I'' -- I away: of chills and tever with your

1i : iL. laws 'if the 'iiate! and M-itcd lie could here tlii> spring., I tu U"i.l.ii.: .. 11,1'('( I l-y buck 1 lir.f. S mi'J! -Golden 1)WI1.V.. A. OEIOKK.AKCIIKK. _

his i,0st vxci-lli-nt wifeWo show most coiieibsively.: th.it wine miniifiitluii'd I The public in general and Col. Ship-I 1 over tin-! lifiuMfti! Ii''f!! V.F'.iii'i.! \ !! I roper In kept on file. at Ae office of -.' ( '!\ .\TTYi'W'I: I Fla., Oct. 6, 1SS6. 0PWiY.

r I wore skown things of interest : N. Co. in : I ('Il" Ii' l n-iiisi, :; l rib e\-(>ir-ii-i! ; ikke'?. in- JnTJK'PI": u'' :t'c..; .....ar.\ ;' ,. oDo-l take plwsure in saying -
many : in :lI1.;qH'r State \\-is not consiiliiiil man: an I the F. Kk particular I YER SON .
: clii'l'n; Ji-ifk: Lire huntVelI.orn ti> thy :-.ii-e-i" t., fi'in-sh: a:! d.I'-- w.'i: '-oil'I :.11I"'" .J that: your "Golden Dnwn" and pills arq
. : among them, \\e ji.irticularly: fl' ,' : domestic wine in the State of : have no more faithful servant than 3UvA.W. ( Spring, n'I011 <:iic nr i ::!!' -'. ii & X i-Oi. f: i: wi...:. "> i .. M;.".. ri.it;. fir: ":,'.,:'I-.. f, moht excelleut. \v. \Y. ScoTT. .
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mmbcra large family 15U; le, in Florida.) : That: in order I In t I be domestic. : Ni.'hmos.'hmcther! he Lelongi to the I ucktt I li! "-ffor luit'uiir I t: i infornitioi.applv'onny : LDVERTISIN11GENTS\ ni'I'I.>.in-('.:-ri'I-.
G.erlnai I wine, it must be inanuf.ictured: within tie Cantct-AY:1Y: Club or the Icn'tVantToGoCltib ; F. II it: :. ticket: agents or t. ,5.-tu lot'! t't'':''. i'I" .s ,...'.....,;.:..:1.,."'1..:.I. : Prllf .UOlt1'rj medicines Golden Daw .
!. or Teutonic l language. It I \viieto (. K I'.ixton. i'rop.Vhito .ll.III ;; 1\.1 IwlIm.! I.. I.,.: w'. I. ) Medicine and Vegetable .Klla '. -'
Dyetntary
borders of ihe Sate He alotatel.l. thata it matters 1 .. ti' '1'.1 ''" I
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was printed in 1755, thus making: : Sulphur!: ::p'i'o:' H.td.! While: : Sprint Fla..lu'lv W1,0 ""t: huM nuiy :.-tl.t r!.,'J1' P---------- ...1 t.r iH.be_ found) i.n laIc at Rivers & Joiner v.
132 1a:mtv had no rig'.it to sell wine I by the : ".\ i j. :iwavnn! duty. Whir it flth 87; 3m TIMES BUILDING Ith8ts PHltADaPHM.AVERS I Ij'i-iui'.ss. W.". it:., I!i.-;, 'Ii..' 'I 1.' 'I.t i.. "1'0 and J. J.. G-tskias drug store .
years old. The) hook is in a t i .11'! < itis''.*! K--I; -.ii' ,,' 'i-'Ii'-i11<. i'a" 1 I .
glass at retail as a business even thujglimanufactnr : rains or shines whether the thermometer nut > s ; w.. .. .,. June 4 87-8 m
For JI\Ul'rl1lDnmmc ; i ll'.0.11- ; : 'I. WI ,
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Halt of snk-ndid preservation, both : d fiOm his own vinyaul, in I run* low or hi. h. in waternv.-l'Mi! season I It,1 ESTIIiATES at LoweaUash Rat.s FREE I r .II'I'! fr.'I..:... :' tli.: '::ic; -: .4, ,N J I'U. r A

}l'"nt' ana illustrations. beingery.: the Stati- of Florida, v.ithout lir-t obtaining : in ftr.iwljerry t tim-j lilk hu shining': UAMILLLEGI *aWD.r... SOS'S MANUAL :'.rt!.,tnii l"la Jfaiut: lice lil"--_. tt-iil__iu.._kiu___ _"r. E!f -- -- -- : .iI

clear. After JtliO'htfulela:11111 license to s.:,U.The I: bald pale: and benevolent CClllellUCt -- .- I 11 money E.' '\ck f.* ma,. than at am.. I % ,
a a I Y 0 |t.AI'4--e i" rhi w"rl1'e'iiiu' : <>! /.
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vwy I ally for tit-fence I t-ikim i : 1 the ap\\>o- i[ always i'luminato the back: gimmd of I LEXINGTON, KY. .,. r V. t" ::* **.* write.to Uii-!It.I I: ,vniir. ift !tt''I. l r rr... u..'!- I Ipx.o:1 ..-
i appi-ti/Jng dinner.Ve, returned -I site itw tf the behind the couuitr. His T j j I .!. .... .:.., :rrriT, .... .\..,.:.. .:: ".. .. w..rk. I.al A full :lintf sch'h.t liookaat B. II Joaca"
% stated
( ase in his appointment .
| argument. dry IebeollD the tltate ueom..s&Uou .. .. ... .y
I "O,1. bed ; J .b.d. t'TIv uuiutumtlernis
to Li | | l -i i .1 % K rttruintr' MII''' fru.ii; lirlail. ; .
.Starke making resoI'itionv -' I St flr-dais beMed by.aQd upled by sonly .I ,. ... ,.. ,. ., .* .
many that the State of Florid-x in her as Judge of tho earning elect ; } t 5 i | |' I ir.'t> *m! "'7 f r.f. IVUer: n-if I U lvt &'*p.1I nothing '
1' 'I l two rowur ladiei(o Uie room;plendld faculty ofCxa '_' .'_ / V... f i.U r'fo .. ? -.ut If ---a .:
-.i. a.I.lr.ta.I flu. Tf'n are
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I I c. to visit; them in their cozy. hi\.. h fl grl1ikI: the iiyht; to hr citizens' I' t IJ.n! is a deserved honor.I .. September..rleBee l For teeben.putlculsn Session or Catalogues begiai tnd MondayIn address i .., ". :, ..,TN. ""..' CiberW I to wis*"-uiI\"'I*IH n'III i.r, .. 5) ato'-... II. IIAL1.Ett .
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home again I to Sell! domestic! wine, uri'le: by thtni, at I P. a. T. PA TIERaOK,Pre ..Lexington,JTy, ,:;: .'', '"'<., ?'L f, i., ;,v..e! r tui-.ul.et ? / CO.. 1'.rtau.l.: t.iltr : .'.& :

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ADVERTISING HATES. AGRICULTURAL. HOUSEHOLD MATERS wo aN'S WORLD. Cure i for;hdltur and rest well.SaItRheum. ThPERCHERON. Ora Nurssrl o OH RATS.' o

,.: FQVAU. I w 1 m 1 Useful Hints on HORSES.

-' 1.........:...... 1011$1 60S2) OO$4 OOT OO$9 tt Pastry. : LITERATURE FOR
4 S..........[I 60) a 001 :5 002000 TOPICS OP INTEREST RELATIVE Butter and egg for cake should PLEASANT. I. the DOlt common of all skin dlueJ and U often 200 ImpOrted Brood
......:.... ..... 00 '2' 00 80 22 00 45 OS TO FARM AND GARDEN always be beaten eream. FEMININE READERS. excel d'n 417 dl.reable. The ikh. become dry Uar

,. 8.. ....... .. 70010k11200180010006500 In beating eggs beat the yokes until and hot. groWl red art rough,and oft bra Int of Chlce.U'aic8

.!.2 ... 0 150 2 0 5Q 0 I 0 you can up a spoonful; whip whites A Heroine ofthc Skillet. taJSi CkJ wbU email .a&r ptmplf appear, LARGE NITMUEUS,

: \, each Ten cnbreqaent ccnti a line for the free and five cent for Rules for the Orchard. to stiff froth and stir them into cake with Hiss Parloa is a brave woman. At one caX u'lmbr Intra Ucng.dtaehsrgtnf hoods a thin.8apa Mlckr fluid baa. All A IN es STOCK.both SexeS,

Special rate for Inaerlon tie upon application Three rules in regard to the operation the flour the last thing before puttingcake of her cooking classes lately something wonderful power over tbh diwaje. It pure the

I at tbe OmC! of pruning an orchard, and'they will be into tins. slipped and boiling water ran over hem blood and expel' the humor,and tha skin beans wtatHlledyoarpoorfafljer.

short ones: Flour should always be sifted just before hands. The pupils cried out, the J lecture without a gear.I containing it throng! .m

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Prune annually. If judiciously done you wish to use it. did not change a muscle. She sprinkled I had alt rheum orer near'.r: my entire by. Its $1 (T)'*r. We older.J .

(One Six year. .............. ..... ....$1 M) none but small branches will be requiedto Baking powder should be thoroughly the burns with soda, bandaged them with I gan!n1po to (-ape I We t dtcrlb arS3IIrUa my Iutflngs: dllcae began b't I pwbl'B'ne' .- fDONfTFOOLt
month. ... ... .. .. 75vance. the .gondtin1 e
Mib l.le. watery 1
be cut and the mixed with the flour dry. and'wcnt with the ,
wounds on
of her handkerchief
and 1 am cured- -!
eabscrlpUong matt be paid Invariably in idS wi I Itch and pMn.dl.appcare.1. now
jSo discrimination in favor of anybody. soon heal. To boil a pudding in a bag, dip bag lesson, her hands swelling into puffy LT."l Am*. Io Chicago,ill.Hood's .

S Communications upon all mattera of local Interest Make a clean cut and pare smoqth witha (which should be made of thick cotton balls of pain before her hearer eyes, Sarsaparilla nmtom, all over the DOt to get {. .

solicited from all parts of the county. I sharp knife the edges of the wound. or linen) in hot water and rub the inside but not detracting her from her lecture, Sold by all druggtat'<. '1; six for s Prepared i, rid flotICbesWater.bUgsBeetlee. -
This will witliflour before in the I. HOOD CO.. A pothecariei. Hasa. tot 2 ot d ntehts fnriikle
-. greatly facilitate the healing putting pudding; or causing a moment's stoppage in her I by a a L.el. !
'BotWoslUTS arjrpowder.i. .
Ventral Dfrecfori/,_.__. process and preserve the tree from decay. when done dip bag water ana"tho( running fire of jokes.-Woman?! J urnal. 100 Doses One DollarCOCKLE'S about *nd down t i drain r
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UNITED STATES When the habit of the tree allow pudding will turn out easily. Always : UI\ pipe. First thing wash it all

OFFICEItIE lake out the leading shoot at wi height; put a plate on the bottom of the kettle to A Mexican Custom.A 300 Frsnc.&Ii to 400 recorded IMPORTED' ANALr.Yrrom i ydownthesinlrdrain pipc.wbeBoUtha
.Ith Insects from to c-U&r will damea.,
Hon. Simncl raco. Monticelh.ATOn!: where you design to have the branches keep the pudding from burning. :Mexican custom which is extremely ANTI-BILIOUS, breed I'crcheron of Franre Stud Book iwuwsrinsr. The a Pert-heron find book Is t that h"onr haU.s----t The seem lii garret the fact that wbeyer faaect '.

spread. A horizontal branch will support anrt endorsement of the French GOTtrnmenLRmd arc In the hotise,they most
; t lion. \VJlklncon Call,Jacksonville.nEPBtSENTATIVES duce pro Preparation Whitewash. pleasant and convenient to women folk is I PILLS for laO.palf Catalogue, lllnstrmtlons by J8 I drink during the night; RO'ES
. 1 more fruit than an upright one. their way of leading a lady up and downstairs Uohegt. M. W. DUNHAM Caarot ( ]
Whitewash is one of the most valuable and American men would do not THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDYFor Wayne, DuPage R of JUTS," la Bld fl around tbe
Firet DI trlct Co"llno.DROPSY
Hon. 11. II. M. Davidson
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every axautnljodverttaed
District-lion. Charles Dougherty) For Best Fowls for Early Market. articles in the world when properly ap only a courteous but a humane thing in Liver; contains Ilile' only ImllKfstlon Pur. Vegetable etc. Free Ingredient from Mercury and eUel the te 1 mo W any

Orange. Good crosses are better than plied. It not only prevents the decay of imitating them in this respect. In descending Agent: ('. N. CKITTKNTON: New York. article ofitekindon
P. ? CIRCUIT COVRT perhaps L
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Fifth Judicial! Circuit-Hon. W. B. Woods, At the pure stock when raised for market wood, but conduce greatly to the health- stairs the Mexican goes a step What the Firemen of Rochester say DESTROYS A

lanta, Ga.. baprcme Court.o.lict aelgned. I I purposes alone, as they seem to fulncss. of al buildings whether of before his companion, and taking her For Pa oBu' on eatl

I on. Don A. Fardee, : (an., La., Circuit I, faster and generally make larger birds Wow, ; wood or Outbuidings and fences, hand, holds it up in such :wa that any about Dr. Pardce's Remedy. of spoonful water of t powder; ,. k

Jldg.H. Cal Jacksonville, U. Attorney, Northern which point, of course, is always desira I when not painted, suppliedonce I misstep or failure on her part ftould be Rochester, N. Y. OoL \ond.'rrulceea' gm-way ri app1l tr wt 1 Keep it wen
-' DI. S I I ble to obtain. The breeder should how- or twice year with a good coat of ., sustained by him. In ascending, the lady GENTS:-For the post winter I have been remolli'R, rmirly harm'ess. Cure Kpmo a I8ymp''m atr .,20c.ad .Ag r. KJ&
.r 1'mpty Iu S to-JOdayt paIIerlt4proi'iiiieeI "
W. C. Bird.Walter Marshal. orhcrn: Dietrict.S ', ever, be careful to of all the whitewash, which should be prepared in takes her escort's arm and is thus assisted very badly afflicted with rheumatism Aboutsix norN.'le bv the ticst pntRlclans. From CLEARS OUT
I'hilip ,Jacbo&\'iJt J. c.: WI.on, Tallaha very dispose the Take clean firs t dose 8}mvLum, rapidly diuppenr.; and In tPI 1
toi', F.C. Northern half-bred stock at market time, for if they following way: a water- by him. weeks ago was confined t my bed, and L dayn at ii-att two thlrdi o' all In mptom nre rf BED BUGS,1FLIES.
tight barrel or other suitable cask and knowingan z
1.trltt Oovpl. "IC irny cry hlmhUI wltho'i
are and allowed whenever I able around
kept to the was get I .
on nothlmctohalio
grow up t wa >thins shout It. n'lCmIIPr :
into it half bushel of lime. Slakeit
TEIIJIS-xeimiEiiN DISTIUCT: put a Little Tiffs. 101 .
trionrrlt treatm.-nt
place there is a considerable of obliged to use All the time I had I ( our yourself.AVaeci
Jacksonville! ,firtt Monday in December. liability by pouring water over it boiling hot, crutche mtantlv rurlll canes of siarxlingcaii -- Beaches,ante,water-bugs,moths,rate,mite,
Tellahacece, first Monday :n February. their becoming mixed with the pure and in What absurd little things people quarrel the best medical attendance. s that hav, IIn iat p'.I ft IonI f t.l. a and ,'errows. 1JI nl,!)its,squirrels,ccpfcen.I5o. .
sufficient to it five .
quantity cover
live Ulvrfill"
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I'cnfacola, tiri-t Monday in March.u. stock, as they are oftentimes hard to inches deep, and stir it briskly till about! says Mary Kyle Dallas, in the' After one week's use of Dr. Pardeo's I th patient VNtorv dfrlarldln or i"W iit'iiP. to ao. "IX.a boy" I.nS -'I___ lT i t 6- t

u. s. DISTRICT COURT-Northern District : distinguish in looks, but the foreign Ledger. What trivial mater cause Remedy, I able walk with a cane. I afflicted etc. S-nd for freJ pamphlet "olt"lnlo. 1
thoroughly slaked. When the slaking wa t tesiininiiialTen days' treatment .
Hon.Tbos. Set'le, Jacksonville, JIK'CC.! ) most surely show itsel sooner: : feeling in families mutton i-I continued its use and can now move around I l>,v mulL If you or.ler trial you must return thl ailvertNemriu DR. BAIRD'S' GRANULES
has been effected
dissolve in
1.1. (:all."ackI\'me, I''. : .: or later and thoroughly to ui with lucent* 11 S'alps LI) pay
\ 1 lrd,Jackpon\.llc. !: .IOfcy.!. I I generally is least water and add two pounds of sulphateof roasted too little, or the beef too ; without any assistance of any kind, and am I P"S'llf. Kpllrp-ylFiN: f ) positively; l'urf.I. REGULATE: I
: by the breeder. I II H. iiti>: \ iV ?-ON. 31. .n.... ,. TiE
I'lillip Wllter, Clerk, Eastern MHon. ) expected an opinion about the of the I. .
temperature in better health than I have been for .
JakoD'1e zinc and of salt ., .
I I To one who has the one common ; these years.I Ccii 1.11 i "ottI, '2i I_ V-J5.I < a' ,I !! > \t p-UI. IIOWELS. .
not given house the of curtains that ---------
or style oughtto
H. : ) mater will the wash to harden and believe it is
C.\VilsonTaialiapFee. Clerk Middle Division. cause prevent going t elect a permanent
V. C. Humthreys I'cnFacola, Clerk, Western Di- much attention it would be surprising its cracking, which gives an unseemly be bought for the front windows; the and I take in recommend Percheron ,IIr!... FY THE JJIOOD,

vUlon.Fartcrn. TER&SS : note the difference in the growth of the: appearance to the work.If definition of a word, or its pronunciation cue \ pleasure C. R. FINNEGAN.ng it Horses. s-sTh CUBE DYSPEPSIA .

different breeds during the earlier part of arc things that might be argued PILES 3IALARIA .
I desirable beautiful color Large and e->mpUttoik -
Dlvltlon-ackloDvUe, first Monday in their a cream Supt. Fire Alarm Telegraph, City Building aft
lifFor ,,,
December. I II I| instance such fowls as the10udans may he communicated to the above wash pleasantly about, but surely are not topics Front of inaren D.rtl't tttalUousund all a ] ;

r February.Middle Ulrltlon-Tallabausce, first Monday in I or any of the l laying breeds wi by:adding three pounds of yellow ochre, worth a quarrel when peace and goodwill Stret. .- .ices. Over liS; I'rlw""wurth' EWu'llEs.: ( { nI
grow fast for the first month my horses In '
:' UVrtern Division-reneacola: first Monflar in I and very or or a good pearl or lead color by the addi- are of so much importance in the ___ -J four, y'.ar. All stat1iiiisiuarant'tit "tt. : f n?patient wrte"lflnllf.
)1 generally mature earlier than the Fireman's Testimony. .: ,
arch tion of vine black. For home. A little ill-feeling is like a .lothcr hrred- IflJZ&'I thl. K I ever 1 .t regulatathe
lamp or
----- ivory crHill I nfielsrecorded bowelL'I
STATE OFFICERS. larger breeds do, while on the other hand fawn color, add four pounds of umber, little seed that may grow into a large Rochester, May 20, 1SSII. With 110 pedigree' I A Another: They are In-
the.larger breeds of' the Asiatic classes In 1'erhrron I _::: dceil wonderful.
Gocrnor-Edward A. IVrry. tree which will shade the whole house. Pardee Medicine Co. MII.ILook. They do
Turkish
American the latter is theUapest
Talahaloee I
or ( '. euaranlee f not hut act as tonic
Attorney-General. I*. (' 'lllh".e. are very slow in their growth for the first I :Many a man and woman must look ('EXTLEMEX : I have bean a great sufferer _ sell tirst-clan. tok ai and IhyslC.cur.
Secretary of State John L. Cran month : ) one pound of common lamp- low lower Dr. W'. 3f. riirnleian Offl.-es
or
at least any
but after that time ( thol RUfD. Slrtpon
'Calahu aut
see. they with regret on the hasty word or the with Sciatic Rheumatism for three : ..
common stone color, add years. Importer In the U.S Station En: lnfrc.on SouthlrueDtral1t I Wa.Nh.mrt r1 Ilicf! 13; % ( X.W York.
Comptroller W. D. seem to take ajump and then continue to JOHN n'. ,\ Ii IS. Speaker N.J. Assembly. es-tt-est'lent
Narnet Tall
batfee. cold reproach which] was the entering The last attack I was confined to roomSeven ( R I HOIs Wash
four of umber and my .
Cril.: 'J'a1Ia1iaee. : pounds raw two 30. .V Y. In tol. > J. 1'oar.l of HeI' ex County
'frrBllrer-E I -Hsvid Lang, 'lalIaioe.! ( grow remarkably fast until they arc': pounds of lamp-black. This wash wedge that split a household in two, and weeks. No one, except thoso who have :1'ilo elan...1..,..r.An.t .' attack of I
fully matured. These breeds may : 1.a cured of a f ever? piles
t'ommiscioner Land. and IminigrjttiuD L. large arc be with a common whitewash yet how few make a point of uttering the been similarly afflicted, can know or imagine l.y thir Iht. Cannot to highly! expr81 my regard; !
applied
undoubtedly the best for market FRAZER ,,,.
Jltchel ALE for the
Talalaf.ee.uprlntcndent soft wordthat
purposes turneth wrath i
will be found much away what I have suffered. I tried various remedies -
1'lblc I3etrnctlona-A. J. I'ascll when they the I superior, Fully: to tak.'.as they are no larger than a must r
I arc kept 01 season i both in and durability to Quarreling is one of the original sins, I and was treated by good physicians. I also used G mini: :s-.'. per box 5 ";UI.$1 : of .Irulgi.iS: or
Conimiceiontrof Immigration-A. A. Robinson and sold during the winter, but : appearance IJEST IV TiE WORLD mall ,postage j rrp.lo_ Trade supplied: by wheleaatodr11glit.
for the babies
Tallahasece. I IS | has fal the common suppose, sitting on the fly blisters but these did no good, but on the I* -Get I. Sold Everywhere. I ..
experience that whitewash.Uilclnat
my not
they arc floor will fall out over toys, and one made TRY THEM: AND YOU WILL BE

I Chief Jutice-Geo.IUrRFXP O. Mc\Vhorter COfBT. Tallahassee. .j I markets.the most'profitable to !/iscor the earliest: Commeca-Gazete. will push down the block tower that the contrary I obtained no the piD nor more did aggravating.I experience p ATENTS Procured at LESS MARVELOUSMEMORY COX'ISC

AKSoclate.ltittlcct. p. : other has built bneft cot than obtainable eUc-
Ifaney: with and
;; pains
'alabauc Recipes. great ; where. heat I of refer* nces and Inventors' liuldc
S n 1 Van Valkcnburgh! A ross between the two breeds will bemvch S even temporary relief from any source until .,.... ', "
Jacbonv1e. there will be a "name called and a mailed I. J A F:- 11.I I.A N( f i'1'K l n I-
S rl' LC LANDS-U. S. Lands. I better for early market, and will[ RICE WAFFr.Es.-Boil half a pint of "face made," and a slap given, and I commfnc I tho u of Dr. Pardea'a Rheumatic enl .\orl"h. 111\ Hroii
.- Land. office, Gainefyille C. Tucker, Register. pa/take some of the nature of both breeds. rice and let it get cold, mix with it one- mamma will be called to settle a quarrel, Remedy. I have used five bottles, and

STATE 1 -Cincinnati Commercial. fourth pound of butter and a little lalt. and whilo I am not entirely cured, I am free from ,
0 Lum no truth can be trot at. for each is ,
Land office, I Stir in one and one-half pints of flour; pain, and am much better in every IIP-U&VIHt'.
L. Mitchell in s
Com his ret .
entimation
Talnhlfee-C. right and
own each
.
Wholly
nnllkrnrtifirial trmn.Any
(
F.A. 8
mincloncr.H I LEIIMANy. rrroi or PATKVTH., D or'
I ; Healthy Hoes.t beat nverggs separately; acid yolks, together j has been wronged by the other. So it is that I have the greatest confidence that it C No charge unjeu. patent secured. WUhloloD L'rula. I book learned in one rendinii.Proctor

COUNTY OFFICERS. / has been pretty definitely proved I with one quart of milk, lastly thewellbeaten through life. A reasonable quarrel about 'i completely cure mo. I know of manybaelyaficte I Great English Gout and I the Recoimnrnilrd St.nU"t.lon*by. %%M3rk.iv Astnr.Judali Twain. Klchnrl p n.njamln
whites. Beat well and bake Blair Pills5 Dr, or II"'i law
that tilth who have used and been 1" 1 C"llmlla SUlleDts
impure water and great matters be settled and the Rheumatic
,
County Jndje-J. R. Riclunl. general at in waffle irons. may euro Remedy. two cl.11""s )each at Vale.:" t'ul\tr.Uy Plon.
t(i Clerk of Conrt-l F. York. want of care arc largely conducive to epi once parties made friends] again ; but little your exclent. I remedy ami everyone Oval ltox.fi : .! 1":II.'. :at \\eilt'sli'y College. ft('. Pro plctl. J'Rt free.ra'F.LomsE'rrk237 .
speaks recommend it Fifth!
to allas rOlno-
Sheriff II. \V. AT. York
demics of so-called hog cholera, a number I TOMATO S.-UD.-Cut six ripe tomatoes tiffs about nothing ar .such foolish intangible can T" Send stamp ( I -
T'u A"epsor-N. C. Walnwrlehf. an excellent mfieine. not onlv for rheumatism P A T E N I S Inventurt' Uunle. I To Introduce them we will
Tut C.olecor-B. Hay nee. of discuses-lung, intestinal, and j into slices and remove all the seeds; things that reason can not overcome but for general debility also. I am n':, Patent Lawyer.'aliin'tou.. I). Ii I L J. BIG OfFER!
!,t. Superintendent fto-lt! T. Dowln:. blood diseases-going under that name 1 I rub a dish with onion and pour into it them. very truly yours, -I.al ant olttlneit.rtaen3ti .- A Operatlnit W"shlnl)Iahn. -".. exres'OM.eatone. If you want

(t Countjr (Rii-vcyor- C. J I when more than usually fatal. In view 1:J a mixture of oi and vinegar (in the pro- WILLIAM CONNELLS, DIVORCE ,'. qul.rly I P MlM-s CIileai'i. I!! one send.-. The U your National Co..:'. tey' St.,>.ii.

I K',;"'",.0',..)1.'rnmisoncrsLWitkov.ik It. Ifeaseley! John|S. Andrews, (t. 'V.and M M.?. of the fact that water-courses and ponds I 11ar j l portion of spoonfuls of oil t to one of Fashion Notes. Residence, 103 Flint street.Tardee Of So.. 3 Engine House. :Morphine Habit Cured in By return Full DencrlptloaU

V. Miitb.: j vinegar) sprinkle the tomatoes OPIUM to 2O dayn- Ao pay till cured. I mal f J>
especially low this season to on pepper FREE dy- > 8j.t <> .
owing :Metal ribbon is used for sashes with :Medicine Co., Rochester, N. Y. Dr.J. e.cphen.lAban"D.Ohio L-ntUov. MOODY t. C','..Cincinnati.
the drouth, those who have droves of 1 and salt, and leave thwn in.the dress- less bizarre .--- a 0
more or effect. - -
CITY OFFICERS. hogs should be especially careful that j I ing two hours. They will then-be ready: : .

t Mayr-T. ,. Kn'ht swine do not get water from these to serve. .. Silver and gilt braids are seen on some LIVER BLOOD AND LONG DISEASES.

)I,1131-E! D.111 sources. Such water will be more than J i SYRUP OF CHEnnIProc some black silk imported costumes. .

(,0..01-1.r-I. .I)Sparktinn.. UVI. likely to carry the germs of malignant : fine ripe cherries, take off the te stalks; Red is the color par excellence for all

: t 1'r.ais'trcr-U.(' II..! writes RUSAOF.
4y.ttnrn.y..f.( 'r. \\\t.\] I ; LIVER DISEASE : I addressed you in Kovember, IbM,
A"f!" "Tintn-John c. l.'if hard. .1. II. Tmby, Tate only the water of wells, even at the ex- ,. *tats for twenty-fourhours. Then strain Watered ribbon is used more than in rgard to my health being: afflicted with GENERAL Lokpor. and. : was troubled with
I
rowt.l.: .1. U. Alvarez.: I). L Alvarez. pcnsc of considerable extra labor. In :: the juice through a sieve by squeezing i plain this season and is in white or colored AND I"er disease, heart trouble,and female weak DEBILITY. and gcner debity. with cankered.frequentsore .
1 'd throat WI
.. I addition to this, great care should be''1 the (' afterward through a equally decorative. HEART TROUBLE ne8. was. ad\ vory.to use Favorite Dr. Pitrce's Prescription My ln'r wa inactive, and I suffered much from

"I NOTICE that these stories of Alex used that all the surroundings be kept j jelly-bag. When the l liquor is very clear White cotton Hercules braid is usedto and .tlets. I used ono bottle Medical dyspel'lia} am IJeR'ha\e to cured say that me your of all'Golden these
"clc'ts'
of the
4 ander Mitchell and his bank eeem !: perfectly clean. is a weigh and in a pint of juice dissolve trim ginghams and other cotton fabricsfor ery,' and four of the *Pleant'Pescripton, five of Jly the health Disco\-began J ailments and I
. get farther away from the truth t j J; diversity of food. The man who places : two pounds of white sugar; then put it children's <'o tume". to improve under use your \e Plh.ts', my strength say has !proven word in rl'fcrnc a most to excellent your 'Favorite medicine Prescription.for weak females.' a
every liis dependence on corn as diet for hogs, i into a : boil and camo back. My difficulties have all disappeared. I can work hard It has
preserving pan; up once used in family with excellent
time, said citizen of Janesville I Full lou es with round it well ami when ben my rcsult"
Wis. <
old and is or pointed aUdayorwalkfourorl\'pmic'sada-.uncstI1 ;
first take
young, general.the to oil the scum; strain and put it into Dyspepsia. JAMKS L. COLBY" ,of
t i alike using scarcely W9lk across the room, Esq. Tuca'an.Houston
to a local newspaper man. "I wa ia-. :suffer when mlgnant : become small bottles. yokes are worn by little girls, most of the time and I did not I cull ever feel. wel again. '[11., writes "I wan troubled with indigestion, and would,0.cat J
business directly the j epidemic. not only gregarious misses and slender ladies. I have a little baby girl eight month old. Although a little heartily and grow poor at the SJUDC t ime. I experienced heartburn
across street from j HAM
'II CnoQtETTEs.-Take one-quarter delicate In size ant she is healthy. I give stomach, ana many other symptoms
in their habits but Wisteria is one of the prettiest artificial appearnc. your n'me sou disagreeable .common
the bank when the panic they tell of they arc dependent f a pound of ham and mix withit dies all the credit curing me as I took m> other treatment to that dro! lr. I commenced t I :
'
upon a variety of food, and cannot be j two grter flowers shown this season and it i is beginning their use. I am very grateful for your kindufll. and [ 'Golden Medical DscOiery* and IQJ!
occnrred. Mitchell had telegraphed kept on one single article even as well ounces mashec potatoes; melt a wonderfully counterfeited. : thank God and thank you that I am a well a I a after years I IHVIOORATESIKE I am now entirely free the d :( and
as SPPSa
J piece of butter a saucepan ; add the of su!ennA' am, in brnthlr) than I for
f to a bosom frcnd; in Chicago, 'Send other farm animals.: The sagacious man mince, season with :a little a The white velvet vet bestrewn with W Mr.I. V.WEnnER Yorkshirt. Cattaraugus Co., SYSTEM. five year.fac wf'irh one hundred and seventy-

,I me something to stop this excitement 'I'Wi easily understand the necessity of ]little stocka, little powdered pepper sweet herbs cry cut steel beads arc rcCherche when worn :I nf. )Y"' wrtfs.Gollfn say a words in praise much one work one-half the pounds and have I have done ever as .. -

t' '. or I am a ruined Until this'aoniething' the grain food of swine, as well and, chopped parsley; stir until quite hot ; with a tailor-made co man. a supplying daily quantity of taking great sufferer I had 'dlme that scented 1 to tone muscles
and
; asevere up the invigorate
I vegetable then add oil the fire the of Many rows of silver braid make vest t 1
arrived two a
yolks the
pain in side whole system '
he'llld 19 delay food.. This consist of my right continually: was equal to your isovery and 'Pellets.
t in I II may any plants ;, eggs; lay the mince on a plate to cool ; much like the coat of mail in effect, a' unable, to do my own work. I am happy to say
maters every way.possible. As the I h hogs will eat, including clover. So far make it show I am now well and strong, thanks your ." flyspepsin.-TBERrnA. A. CASS of Springfald, Jfo.. writes:
t roots into croquettes; roll them in ( sand they only a solid front piece. t mfdImes "I was troubled one year with liver complaint, end
depositors came *ap their accounts for I II as are and potatoes then in brown bread fry Some charming costumes mado Chronic Diarrhea Cured.-D. LAZARRE.. Esq.. 275 and :77 sleeplessness, but your 'Golden Medical \ dysppsjn. .".
back will be indicated, and if swine can i in crmhoaur I are Decatur St'uf.0 Orleans/ La,writes: used three bottles of Chill and }'evcr.-Re-.
out with hot
joars : great I lard; serve with parsley. from bandanna silks this the 'Golden I.loSLE.JfontroorencJ, S. C.
werefgr i be allowed gather these for themselves ( season. Colored Mcdicl DIco\'cry.and it has cured me of chronic writes: "Lat August I thought I chills and fever.
'it I tare and The clerksdidn't j How TO BOIL Oxioxs.-To silk lace is used in the diarrhea. My ." I "
de1b ratoh. so the better. At the first every trimming. tool your'Discovery'and it stopped them In a very short time.
; seem to hav tho I least muc1 symp- quart of onions you will need a quart of Colored
intuition
I i t disease the feeder should look to wraps are the rule with Parisian

i ;1 what 'hurry meant. There was no the surroundsngs and remove all' the animals -I alt.cold water and half for a tablespoonful of l ladies, black being worn only with plain, "THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."
I slowly two 'hours then
,
railroad between Milwaukee and Chi I to clean pastures! separating the drain Boi unpretending toilets or by elderly ladies. Thoroughly cleanse the Wood,
i 1 colander and let them getcold. I ; which is tho fountain of by using Dr. Golden
Medical
t S cago in those days, and communication I sick from the well. When W6t drooping I rake a sauce with a tablespoonfulof Plush wraps in mat.< mo s or ruby, digestion Golden a Medical fair skin buoyant spiris.; and bodilyhealth auc hrnih.yigI.r will he ( rlerc's. Discovery, and good
I "cars, low-hanging I and trimmed with feather Discovery curlS hUlors, from the blotch
bandarc intended
a, pimple or eruption, to the worst
butter the or blood-
slow but same of flour and one-half poison. Especially its Scrofula
was I efficacy in
finally word that VT"en curing Salt-rheum Tetter
or ,
' came a vt vomiting, rapillreath, ,and an aversion I pint of milk; rub butter and I for use in the cool days of summer. and Swellings, Enlarged Glands, and Eating Ulcers. I'tver-sores Hip-joint Disease, &re
of
shipment spec'e had been received light, on the road to { fourthoroughly On London
: il .. : together and add a ltto made costumes arc deep Rev. F. AsnrRT I0WEL.Pastor of the M. E.an can walk with the help of crutches. He does not cutTer
by steamer. An old-fashioned dray ]black pepper; boil the milk and pour and wide pockets on the outside of the INDIGESTION I Church, of' 'it'crtlt. ., says: ll wn af pain. and can eat and sleep a well as any one. It has only been any

loaded with canvas bags marked 'gold1came Farm and Garden Xotes. over the flour and butter, and stir all the I overskirt, intended more for use than BOILS flicted blotches with began to arise indijc'tion. ('of" and the I about cannot throe find months words 51C which commenced to using my gratitude your! medicine.tho

the 1 lime to smooth show. skin and I experienced a tired benefit he has cxpre5 fo
up street guarded by six men I keep ; put the onions in feeling ami received through you.
'
A dressing of well-rotted stable 1 the and B LOTUHES. dulnCs. I began the use of Dr. Pierce's
sauce let them remain
with the Cross-barred nun's is
I drawn sabers. Tho crowd fell got wood unt veiling stylish, fedicl Discovery as directed by SUI n Dlea e.-The"Democrat and News.
I mI worked
allies thorough- boils; the sauce ought to and promises to be much worn the com him for complains. in nine week's of I'ambriilgc
i it very Maryland/
back. ant : "Mrs. ELIZA
the I A
By time the precious j into the best time I began to feel like TERRIBLE
freight ly soil is the new ,
agency for reviving 1 thick when served. I ing season, as being newer than the 1 lan 11 sound and well. ANN POOLE wife- of. Leonard Poole of
The
t been the old fruit Pleasant Purgative ll\cts' are the best remedy! for bilious or llfm *tlr Co., Mil., has Wit
hat piled on bank counters trees. ] SYRUP OF Cenn.XTTake two'' plain.A sick headache or the chest, and bad taste in the AFFLICTION of 1 bad .nchr Kczema: by using, Ir.been Pierce's.cur

i the idea of a 'run' had been forgotten Beans, on poor ground, rarely pay; j I ]pounds of red currants not quite ripe, I style of trimming much in vogue is floor mouth when that sif!I have! ever to used.take My wife'Golden could not walk across the GoMen Medical iiwovery.)". The disease
your' "
began Medical
and Alexander Mitchel was happy. upon clean, rich soil, they arc profitable. I}' one pound of cherries rather ripe, and wheel embroidery, of immense size for Now she can walk quite a little ways, and do some light! Discoverv.work.! covering the whole PC"of the first lower in her hmt fl't.* from extended feet to to knees the then 8p

What was in Sow in drills thirty inches apart, drop. i i j''half a pound ot raspberries; take out the skirts, and smaller for bodices and Mrs. IDA M. STRONG attacked the clhm\s and became FO severe us to prostrate her.
canvas ? Well ,of A
bags inncnrth
I ping four beans every foot. j I stones from the cherries; crush the whole sleeves. HiPJOHTDISEASE.! "My little boy had been troubled with, Tnd.,writes: After being treated by sver! phrnlt is for a year or two she
>n9 boy, it was nothing but copper. together and when well mixed leave disease for two \Vlirn he hip-joint commenc the use of JDe-cme named above. She soon 4
The the years.
true mode of cultivation is by a i Colored veils are of delicately figured commenced the and in now wi-11 ami Iiearty. Mrs. Poole thinks
: The jingle of those old-fashioned I j judicious of rotation. fruits in a stone or crockery vessel for 'use of your 'Gold n Medical Discovery' and the medicine has saved her lifo and prolonged her ,;
pen. system TJie soil i tulle, of Russian square net, of dotted l'clIet./ ho was confined to his bed. and could Mr. T. A. AYBES. of East days.
t nies was enough like the jingle ol may fail to produce certain crops and yet I i j.twenty-four hours. Then put the wholein crepe lisse, and arc .or in all shades, oot b mo'e without' Buffering great pain. Hut vouches for the above facts.New Jiarktt. Jjvrcheater County,Md.,
thanks
double eagles to fool anyono." I be rich and well adapted to some other: a wire gauze sieve and squeeze the lilac and heliotrope, red from pile ro"/ now t your Dic\'cI', he i able to b up all the time

I, fruits with the hands place over the
;
I to fiery scarlet and deep crimson, all

.' As A party workmen wore excavating kind.The best way for getting rid of willows I juice sieve a napkin it well rinsed and strain the shades of gray or medic, brown, tan, CONSUMPTION, WEAK LUNGS OF BLOOD.
through leave it to
\ a cellar on the Hilton ranch near is to cut the bark, about three feet : without ; run itsel black, blue, and green. GOLDEN DISCOVERY SPITING

; J l S Oreville, Cal., the ground underneath I high, and peel! it to the ground. Do it clear. Then pressure take, for the it should strained liquor very Passementerie yokes, with or without and ting )R.ld un nutrltl'o l1FDJA.proPfrtfs. For cures Weak Consumption Lungs, Sp'tllg(which! is of Scrofula 11001. Shortness of the of Breath insi1 bJood-purtylnA.! inv rora-

about the time of the full moon in I beads arc seeh elaborate ? thCb& i a sovereign : it Coughl.thma..
some remedy.
I r I two of them suddenly gavo way, letting I June. I and to each pint of juice put two pounds upon very and purifies cures tho severest Coughs it strnghens- system
Bilk
I of best white gowns. A 10\,1 toilet was of gray .. I rapiJy! UP the system, and Increases tho flesh
them fall into a hole about sugar, pour it into buid and weight of those reduced below
eight feet I tho
a usual
standard
I Oats on poor land arc greatly benefited : preserving pan and Set it on the fire. silk, having a Yoke, foliar, cuffs and belt wtng of health by

deep. They found it to 1 e trailed up by top dressing. Even after the plant; : After the third or fourth take clasp in imitation of chain armor: which Con.nmpton.-Mr.., EDWARD bo NEWTON of irarrmrsmtth( ei nisco'er'has cured my daughter of very bad ulcer located
ever
t with'hewn' rock on which are deeply, has bloomed it is best to apply nitrate of : the syrup off the fire, boilng was comparatively light, and in perfect ble eI writ.s my .wi was so reduced praised that byrne my for friends the rcmarka-hail all on procured three. After bottl.-s trying of almost evirj thing without SIC(8 wo
oda it is sJdm pour harmony with the color of the silk. given me up, and I had also been given your 'Discovery/ which it up
carved what appear to be inscriptions, though better to put it on L it into a pan or jug, and when cold put went to the best doctor in these parts. up He by told two me doctors.that medicine I then perfectly. Mr.Downs continues:

though in earlier. it into small bottles The style of a of the present timeis was only a punishment in
what language they are ; wel cork them cI's' my case and would not undertake to Consumption and Heart "
couched I Gooseberries are not crown extensively keep them in cellar some cool place.A nnt. made to depend, largely upon the ma- treat me. He said I might try Cod liver oil if I thank you for the remarkable- cure Dipeane.have also wish to
you
no one who has a liked that effected
them the in
seen as was only thinpr that my case
can L for terial of which it is GIVEN UPTO could possi For three
telL sale, but every farm and garden i composed. Thus bly have any curative power over 1 years I had suffered from that terriWmm -
.' Ranged around the walls of the I should have some space devoted to them. I rich silks and. velvctsarc invariably mado! far advanced. I tried the Cod liver consumption oil as a last so TO ble n fdlst'nsr>' consumption, and heart disease.

cavern. were several odd-shaped earthenware I I When well trimmed they make very rank SIngular Circumstance."The with plain, straight skirts, \\hile foulards!, DIE. treatment on my stomach., but I was My husband so weak, not I could feeling not keep it A a skeleton consulting: could not you sleep I had nor wasted rest, and away many to

jars with grotesque decorations r growth. I most singular case of deafnessI've Bengalines and other soft materials require to give me up yet. though ho had bought satisfied for mo SKELETON. then times wished to die to l>e out of my misery. I
j I ever had anything to do with said folds and loopings to make them everything he saw advertised for my complaint procured consulted you, and you told me you had
in There n
black Imojit's
quan of
of arc over fifty associationsin of ,
some which contained poultry : I tity your Golden Medical Discovery.' I took took fivecannot curing me hut it woulil take time. I
i the : the family physician, 'is that of a woman effective. and. to the only four bottles, months treatment i'm all. The first
bones United States that surprise of everybody, almost two months I
annually giveexhibitions. ; am to-day doing was
discourageil
of the work
evidently deer my own : ( t1lil not
and other and perceive
r on Fremont Place. She has such am entirely free from that any favorable
They have been instrumental up -a Pretty novelties in passementeries arc terrible cousrh which ban-assert mo but the third month I began to symptoms,
animals used by the aborigines for I I noi'C in her head that she can't night and day. I have been afflicted with rhpumntism for n number now recite how. pick up In flesh and strength. I
in greatly advancing the poultry, frightful being constantly brought out. !some of of years, and now feel so much better that I bflievo, with eonri'tnrnin' health step by step. the signs and realities of
I 0 food. In one corner of the place were I II interests. }) thing except when she's in'herdic a the newest, which arc 'ensuninlimoti i ill tinuation of your'Golden Medical Discovery.* I will be restored a To-ilay ftip the ecale gradually at one but s'irey develop themseh- .
to hundred
I when the-rattle of the vehicle perfect health. would to thoso and and sixty, and am well
who
portions of a skeleton I In sort; have threads of gold twisted with that say am falling ah'r"yto strong'
terrible
estimating the worth of fertilizer efect. disease
judging
which a of drowns the noise in her head and she consumption rto not do as I did. take every. Our principal nuance In
I from the size of a must commercial values are set only upon the '\ Open passementeries of gold 1, thing else first; but take the 'Golden Medical Discovery* in the was the Golden Medical curing Mr." Downs' terrible disease
nitrogen acid and I can then hear as well as evrr. She observed silver and steel, when u 'cd for (Iresstrimmings early stages of the disi-ase, and thereby save u great deal of sif- Discovery.
hare. belonged to a very large and phosphoric pota h; j j this her affliction fering and be restored to health at once. Any who is
r leeularity'of are sometimes placed first still in person Josrpn F. McFAntAro
sometimes the lime is considered. The doubt need but write mo, inclosinir a stamped, srlf- BLEEDING '. Esq.. Athens, 0.
powerful man. Scattered around and what night but flat bands of addressed envelope writes: My wife had frequent
the wheat ordinarily removes i! upon velvet ribbon. for reply, when the foregoing statement will the bleeding from
1 floor near the skeleton crop fortyfivpounds bring home 1 watchman's-rattle and a pair be fully substantiated by me." Golden I'lngs liettrthe;; commenced using your
t were a numberof of nitrogen per acre annually. I of FROM LUNGS M.-'lical Discovery.' She has -not
cymbals. She didn'Ciay'unti Ulcer ha'
\ rudely made ornaments an axe of It is a mistake to draw anything Il (Should be Generally Known: Rockland Co.Cnred.-TsAAC, A. E. DOWNS. T.sq., of Spring TViTVv she! any 5.laceI* "qe' For some six months
has
great soi her hnsband eanie home' and .sat Tl.a' the multitude o' diseasesof r. (P. O. Box 23)), writes: "Tho 'Golden Mcdil discontinued It!' been feeling so well that she has
black a scrofulout
I obsidian, and a few arrow-heads. around the stems of plants with! a to dinner. Hi began to ask the naturcuencra I ly prol.ted from a torpid condi- uoiaen

: The place thus strangely found was forcing intended roots from there parts where nature blessing, and she, wishing to" hear his cause tion ot the the liter liver.docs The not blood act becomes properly impure anduork te- acaicai inscoTerv is Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per Bottle, or Six Bottles for $ .oO.

I evidently a tomb and probably that of never should be any. remarks, began to' bang' away on the of the pos' m from the -ytem, and the certain WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL

; a chief but of Even when transplanted, the stems of no cymbal He stoppcd'right.in themidst: : ul.are blotches pimples eruption swell- ASSOCIATION, Proprietors,
what
nation or peoplq kind of plants should be set deeper in and asked her wrathfully : ins.!. tumors ulcerand kindred afection' *io. 663 Main Street,
or the BCFPAI.O
who can tell? the setlnz lungs and : J*. V.
soil
than .
'S they originally grew. if she was crazy, to which she responded tbI's. until! ulceration breakm-

: A CHATTANOOGA (Tenn. tons Gardening for pleasure, health and a by whoopiog it a little louder, down.I'.erce's and"(iolden consumi-tion Mcdic-al i! established. Dr. THREE DYSPEPSIA, PWO'B Rwnoly for Catarrh is the

.t describes two of the rft.Fer the vegetable world are the I whereupon he"rushed over to-my house aet'nz! upon the liver and purifying Dilc\'ery" wi. by. SICK HEADACHE, il: EmS ; Brat, Easiest to tee and CheapeeLCONSTIPATION
toilets
worn at a highest inducements that can be set be- I and said his wife was a raving 1natic. I cure all the---e -diseases.- -- ,

4 ball in that city: "Ms Dais'WOl fore one to lead to the study and practice I went back with him to try and fix up FXfFI"P rope-jnmpinzbas Just caused the -'---rneylv----fnr---all .G ATAR R H
Dises'es
a'- beautiful dress of black of horticulture. On farms more or less maters, but just as soon as I opened my litt'.e eirls in Pitttmrg.Tenny SIomn and Bowel.of the Liver Rid. --- i B "

,: satin, decalette, gold emorofdered :a garden work should be engaged in every mouth, she let fly with the watchmaJ1 .on'" "Jlny)<{neen." I tCc.Sold K.by'T.: dmcm'st Hazeltine.or Warren went by,mail.Pa.

flounces and morchal neal day, and by every member of the family, rattle. The outcome of it my Who knows but if the beautiful girl who :
roses. lr whenever it possible. friend gets all his meals down town and died Sf younz 1'ad been blessed with Dr. t I1IUE-*' Improved
L. S. Colyar looked in'a i Pierce' "Fa\O"ite Prescription" she might J'acltaijpft. 25-'. Makes 5 ROOT BEER
' lovely hand- For green manuring red cloverrye and spends his evenings at the City Club, have rpg,1! on many another hriht Maydav. gals.,of.iflloloin. apart-
some costume of sophiro blue velvet buckwheat recommend while his wife, armed her orchestra, The "Favorite Prescription is a certain I llns t r2 whrlesonie. I U verag". SolJ by(?IruzglMn;mailed
are especially cd. wih cure for all those disorders u. K. HiAfc.48 N. Del. Ave-.. 1'hiU.J'a.REOCf.ATE .
I entwoin trimmed with Most soils goes calling on her neighbors and fools to which females I
: fndescent 'posomentries. will improve under a continued are 1 1ab1 noweu ft
." Mr. L. 3. treatment of green manuring and the children into believing that the circus Gr.oiir.iA_Kople Why did i the Women I I *..; 5 purify boxes BiooJ.SIOf Dr-BalnVi druggists:
I Colyar. has pay a tax of ten cents a head or by ca.l iirri'ai'l. tin. IUIKI, WhIii.tun. .x.J
t t bak not hunted up" the unfortunate fallowing. Another says. however,when come again. -Buffalo C ur.er.In on their c at,_ I to ScIJlen A
Heirs.
I' 'ho'trimmed fertilizers are a hand, either a barnyard Don't) hawk and blow, and spit, but use Dr for circulars. COL.Sendatamp L. BlNi>-
: Icrib his manure and compost, or commercial fertilizers the West,' twtf-cent-a-mile-railroad- Safe's Catarrh lttmnely.TIIFIdE ._ 11\S1. Atty. \Va.shiiis-ton. 1>.OIlubit

t 1. wifo with "indescent posBomen- it becomes a question in many fares are being agitated, on the strength ire --i. <7 people in Boston over ten of this country use over thirteen 0 PlUM Cured. Treatment sent on trial

tries," .and put a large-sized head on instances whether itj) i is profitable to expend of the general demand for (cheaper years od: who-can---not- read or write million cakes of IIUMANa KJiMEOY CO.. Lafayette tat
rate --
v him, he u no descendant of Andrew green crops for enriching the no,' 'lf railroads are making more 'ROYAL GItF'mends anything! Brken Chi Procter & Gamble's Lenox fc- nr ,-

c Jacluon. ..ground,or time restoring it,with naked m\ ever under- t Inter-State na.Olans, 'OJd. Free Vialsat,_ Drugs & Gr Soap in 1886 ? C 0fleward*ldneY. T4er

,. at -- ------ lallowi. _. diCt. > If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr.:Isaac .
:! S. 1 Buy a cake of
0 eon's Eye- I Lenox and enl.I.rhysIeLW..ku.qth.I i
', oay.L water. Dr'iltuol at25c. Thomp' you will soon understand why. Nvrr t'IIIer.f.Iiosiirs. SsCi.. Utrb Mt4iC"floIa>*C*i>

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