The Starke telegraph
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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: August 6, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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.' 1" VOL. IX. STARKE- BRADFORD CO., FLA. AUGUST 6,. 1887. S NO. 5. _

(-i, I is an interesting fact that T VOICES OF THE -1-- -

1 member of the recent General cverj J BELL Denis, also bloody from headto foot, I One of the officers began to take notes ,:' THE BABY. ,.;
heard the bells at dawn of day was standing in the middle of the room. in a note-book. TEMPERANCE. NEWS SUMMARY
the The little
of Presbyterian Church baby feet
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Beyond the hills, far blue, When he saw all this, Monsieur Mar As soon he saw his master the ., tot'rng .

. L served in the war was world i fair," they seemed to say, ambot thought it was all over with him, sobbed Q out: servant The'FonrthofJnly. With With faltering steps and slow, Ea fern nml Middle State .* ff.l

of union with the Northern "Ane everywhere the fo''fr of May and became unconscious. "You denounced me monsieur!-after God bless ou rockbound Ct Into pattering heart echoes soft and sweet Ix the first six months of tl;ear 212,655immigrants
Are blossoming fftr He came to himself again at daylight. all is The land we love the most my they go; arrived at ork-an increase t
your promises not
you" Tat right. Our native land They also go ta grimy plays, of m..m.s the
-- Blithe bells I took him some little time to collect his j I You broke ; over corresponding pro
of morn! My your honor, M. Ma- Land where our noble sire In muddy pools and during ISN;.
There arc now over I 000 For in pul thri senses-to Understand remember. rambot! that dusty ways,
1 heart I was not right-that! Lit beaconfiresAnd
my hear them was from's Then Jonx ,nr.;ns, rt workman living near
But the in trackful
sti. suddenly the recollection of the through
Christian Associations in this at- not right? shok bells the spires, m Chatham X. J., killM hi wife and th ti blew
heard the bells above head tempt and the sensation of his wounds A patriot They wander and fro.
S with my } astounded, band t his own brains Ho bad been drinking
a membership 140,000, Clang out at noon again came to him, rtnd so intense fear took : and uterly heavily. out
; greatly pained at being The baby hands that neck
I suspected, And when they 'twas well my
for Christian work $7SOOO. "Work, work, work!" the'harhy said, possession of him that he shut his eyesso lifted up his hand, and said : Their starry die fel With touches dear(I me, THE Thirteenth XcJtI'V Regiment tl<*- .

gregate of property in dewy hours of as not to see anything. At the end of "I to before On dicated it-s monument at ; Th '
1 morn hve fled, swear you, God. my boy, heros ; Are the same hands that smash and wreck leth"sbu1l

ties, etc., is over $" ,OOOOOO. Toil on, O sons of men!" a few minutes his terror calmed, and he that I never denounced you. j have n teen And The t, the colors and true,blue The inkstand foul t see; oration WI delivered 4;
began to think. He had tlom
Discordant not died from whit
bells, that sorely fret the blows therefore : got idea how these police The white throughOn They pound the mirror with a cane, 'ALIt 'lefeat Harvard five K-nsths in tho
The weary soul with beset he had some chance men ever heard of the attempt to murder Liberty. They rend the in annual ,eight-oared l unit raw between the
The New York Chiule mi ar of lving. He felt weak-very weak, : me !'' manuscript h.an, two Universit'es at New London, Conn. Tho

; between 4,000 and S.OOO)( Cde hoard the bells at eventide but no violent pain, though he felt a : The one who was taking notes t gave a Tis here our fathers sought Widespread destruction they ordain distance was four mile, and. Yale's time was

< The vesper hour chime low; soreness at various points of his body, start : The boon their valor bugh In wuu jubilee. 2 minutes 10}{seconds.As .

,, Fufiday !c1ioo1 s. About sixty I day was done and as of severe He also With bleeding sar the fireworks of R
side by side pinching. felt verychilly i "What you say he tried to murder the hills The _explosion among
the various churches. The frst Thl weary toilers far and wide nnd wet, and compressed, ns if he you, M. Were Fir a their unbending granite will, dreamy, mun'ring baby voice forge ton on Broadway. New York was followed -
llramuot" That coos little tune fire in whkh tL'ree
by ft two or men
school for these people was .l homeward seemed to go. ]hntl been tightly swathed with bandages. i More more the druggistanswered And now sweet freedom fills That makes it listening heart rejoice lost their lives: and pecuniary losses ainwint-

j: New York eighteen years..go. Sweet vesper bells, your tone i is best, He thought the humidity must be blood, : Our flag with srsNow Like birds my in leafy June, ing to abut ?-JH',(X_> Wt'Jt intlictcd.

j Mom fled, toil. done, and God confessed. and a shudder passed through him at the "Why, yes-but I never dcnouncel let u break the chains Can at midnight dark and still, ORDERS were sent from Rome on tho -Ith to
Gustic Du Bois in Current. thought of all that red fluid which had llimne'r a word about swear And wash away the stains wae the Ar'hhi"h"l of New York to excommunicate

.J James: II. Macdonald, the l'atI'c issued from his own veins in such quan- I never said Mil a -, He served me Very I Without delay. And I the air with howling fill, 1e\ l>r. JIlH"nn, and to publish
" Intemperance is a sin That splits the ear ChO the degree l'Xl'l'llmmkation in the jour
tity to his wih shi .
tenant-Governor of } as wet bed. The idea of having well ever since." '.
. : Michigan, That strikes the heart within. Like cornets out tune.Burdette nals. .
to I ,
. come of $4O( ()() a year on an DENIS see that awful sight again, completely The ofliccr severely replied: A good day to begin LfKEP. St Senator
Brooklyn Po.\cx-tnitec \t-
; upset him, and he shut his "I note down / <
eyes your statement. Justice ? I Freedom's day. I died of ajx> ffw ago hi* rw>l-I:
.: : which cost him less than $ .; as tightly as he could, as i afraid they will take full cognizance: of this new fact, v denco in \\'att'r"il't:Il was horn inVestford.

Captain Moore discovered A STORY FROM THE FHF..NCII. might open in spite of him. i' which, was not known to us before, Monsieur And When broken the saloon hearts is sale AN1)POINHalf ) : % \ .. hail been Chief

mine in the ; What had become of Denis? He must Marnmbot. I was ordered to heale 'P.TII Justice of the StnU upn'lt Court nail a.
;. great (Jogcbic Monsieur Marambot the pimply And speech- member of both llou.of Ct.nTI'
opened letter have
'! run away. I arrest servant for ducks That would if .
a third interest to )lac his servant Denis Jour stealing two utere b A of General nnveil ; -
sol brought him dozen dresses do not make Hlrn.il'
< :ld5nulel1 :But what from Monsieur Filth and 1
he Marambot have wit-
now Duhame; we at li. I.,with, appi upriate;
PJ\iI'U' [
few dollars. The land is I Then our glad shall seeGod's woman but they often break man. t'1
now eyes a
to do to
going ? To and call for nesses Sorry Monsieur monjes.Jonx\ .
get up, prove theft .
who had been kingdom
1c'ni : in his come. if ail. '
a company which pays a ryal ; twenty employ for help Why. if he were to make theIcastmovement I Marnmbot; I shal testify to what .YOU George IV. Bungay in National Advocate. Chicago Hutl & Co., of New York, one of

cents ton. The royalty for who years-a little, jolly" thickse all his wounds would have just said. A man without brains frequently has the wh,! li> dry ooi" houses in the

I amounts: to i'20,000a( through, all was the constantly, reerred to, certainly break open again, and he would Then turning to the gendarmes, hcla11 The Drink E\1 in France. the most imposing headstone when he is country have failed for a largo sum.

I year country us thnr die from loss of blood. : The French Henate recently discussed the dead.-Pirlunr. PROFESSOR C. II. timrf.ET. an aeronaut,

S goestto Licut.-Govcrnor ) ''mode of a valet-queried: All of a sudden he heard his bedroom "Take him along.: report of the Committao on Consumption ofWpirits. There is i a great difference between a and a eomt>anion in I hllOOI aol.nsion this at ,

: is happy? "Monsleurhias received pushed open. His heart almost stoppec 1 They took Denis lolg M. Claude said that the Comite musket and a domestic. A musket, for wind Portland.struck Me., were the l'r'iel water, t\l but to wile s':rescued by ,
ooelnews had the that .
!OIH ? I oeto conelw.io thl drinking ant .
That was certainly Denis attorney for ( entered instance, never kicks until it goes off.Ltntcsman. .- by a
Monsieur( of in France had reached such J'aeh
coming heightas
S A singular phenomenon was M.-.rambot: was not rich. He to finish him. He tried his I a plea of insanity-using the two different smt, a social danger. Alcohol was 1 essentially : ;
nessed ncar Greenville, Ala. druggist:t bachelor for and had been a village breath so that the murderer would think charges to make n case for his client. a dutiable article, and it behoved the When Freedom from her mountain heigiib South ami AVosf.Ax '

,I wind; about fifteen feet wide the many years. He now lived I he was really dead-that the job wasthoroughly He proved clearly that the theft of the Stat to prevent its excessive consumption, at First looked from shore to s .r aeronaut named Ha M win(vremtal 5.000:(

,j n !mal: n'\.l'nlt' made with great dif done. two ducks must have been performed in lle time securing the utmost profit to She never dreamed a lady's feet in a balloon, at Ijuinry III., and tlwii
a i'ont, forcing the water up f ficulty selling medicines to thc I the treasury by the suppression of adulterationand Would cost an X or more. out Tho
country He felt the sheet pulled off-then felt the same mental condition which jumped holding an open parachute.
other M. Rouier
two two and half feet people. He answered cnsec frud appro'el the Dansrilte Breeze was made in three and a half nxiivutcs .
or a : some one feeling his abdomen. A sharp the eight knife-stabs to h:1'e: He said dent
wWtbjthcn twisting it into "Yes, my boy. Old Malois docs not pain near his hip made him Now i flicted upon M. ) He made avery would reprt. wherever \ An exchange states mat !hp male wasp and the daring ael'Olutu unhurt. '. -
Iaramhnt dc\tre
: want to into) start does not This is to LATER particulars of tho recent riot atOak :
go court, and to-morrow I he line and that the revenue gratifying
foot ia diameter. This fet somebody washing the different (oletors woud b sting. Ridge Ii.. state that in about .
will I instructed take know after the female has left nI .
my money. Five thousand francs : of this t vigorous against csp
l j very gently-with cold water. There phases mental aberration, which, twelve negroos were killed or Ilm .. One
for about si feet will help an old bachelor along fore j he felt lie said imposition. a vcnomed splinter in one's anatomy.Xifiingt. .- white killed and wounded.Theaffair .
': pdiubr pretty tho crime must have been discovered sure, would yield to a man was two".rt
cra.llal widened until a weh I. and were to his I few week's judicious medical treatment Nations grew out of an attempt ti> conveyto
And M. Mnrambot rubbed his handstogether. I they attending Destroyed by Drink. Strange that man have been prison a negro accu.vxl of assaulting I
about sixty or seventy : wounds; he was being A wild 1 good private asylum.. He spoke enthusiastically shoul S
; fce I He was a man of rather: resigned joy on him but nu of the continuous sclf-rle- The great empires of antiquity might still given two cars and Ol tongue, when, a f.hit woman.HESTOX
The water then fell in ; through .1 lingering : have been but for destructive .
a spm i character.not I I flourishing certain MILLER. Treasurer of Perry
he would rather talk
who particularly jo'al- sense of prudence, he tried not to votion of this honest !en'ant-tll un agencies within their own everybody knows, County,Ind., is defaulter to tho extent of
wines"l'l i say shat the incapable of anything like :sustained effort j show that he was conscious, and he ceasing care he had bestowed upon the bosoms. htishe,'a' conqterl. not so nil day than listen five minntcs. -BostonTrnnncript. |77KX( and has: flwL His predecessor is 4

J' formed a huge goblet of the and quite indifferent about his own opened one eye, only one, with hnl so employer he had wounded in a momentof much by the arms of the )Iees ad PCriah serving a term in th penitentiary fur I similar -

Jt was affairs. mental aberration. a Ly-drunkenness and re\elr Frenchman in London to offense.
oncofthicprettiestsights many caim.
pf'Clton been for the King, and
He might easily have made: a better Monsieur ( th certain
saw. He recognized Denis standing beside Marambot, painfully impressed general effeminacy of her people, she have discovered a
?. living l by taking advantage of the death him-Denis himself! Good Lord lie by the awful recollection of that long have. i eare.l her lofty brow among the I allays hunger and thirst. He probably Washington.

ii l i The of (' fellow-druggists!, who had shuts his eyes again forthwith. night. felt the tears rise to his eyes. nation, ".itl her hanging gardens and fair refers to the root of all evil.-Boston DL'iuNa the last t"'nlnr there were i--

agricultural Department stores wclltuatel In large centres, to !I: lenisVhiat! on earth was he doing? I' The noticed ltsprealout palaces, admiraton and delight of all Transcript. sued H'-.:>4O pnoion l'rtilmt Of this '
A a report to how that () take vacant businesses and so''. What did he want? What his a beholders not fo much by the but number;,lH! orinal ca--s: f,4.V \PB
great swallow not
frightullro-I arls getlfwand energy and valor of the Greek armies by pathetically Mexican war claims < tht act of January
/ forests arc used yearly in this I surc himself of a lucrative custom. But I II I, ject was he now \ the long black sleeves of the drunkenness of her Kings and people.a originally! remarks an exchange, 1oes _".., 1S7; IK.IKJO( were "amputation" t':<

,1 fuel and lumber. Fires, it I, the trouble of moving, and the thoughtof plish? I II : bats' wings, and vociferated in a sonoroustone Had it not been for this that wonderful people not make a summer." True. But several under the 1.t of August (J, I :IOW, anl 37 .
all the ()th' he would still have been in the were eases. 4
have to : might a power inerl'us
l lated destroy about to,000, I I1 : lo, always i ('( it, and after thinking I,| What was he doing? Why, he was Look look look gentlemen of the worle Greece, in her turn, fell not no much swallows may bring about a fal.-Peoria THE ('ol"lilation of internal .revenue ilL*-

.-1 mor. The forest area of this over't tl.s) : for a day or two, he''i washing him simply to hide all traces of ..l jury !-look at those tears! What more prowess of the Roman arm by her 1'/n"'r ipt. triets. whereby twenty-two ihsttict; :* nrw ...
I 3 "O" o the crime. And now, perhaps, he would own discord and etemilnlY. Save for this, Those two celebrated preachers, Ilev. merged into others, has been consummated. -

t \css than 0,000,000 acre I I I woulllw', I ;'_ $.."('..: bury him ten feet deep in the garden, so need I now say in behalf of my client: ? Athens, in ar siene manners, might Dr. Bacon and Kev. Henry Ward Beech- A DEFICIT of :?'?%.OO'( ) has 'been ili.srovcrnl
c cxttime think 1 What argument what discourse what still have the world's wonder and
: we will in of a (' : Il really that nobody could ever find him. Or reasoning ex- er, were once disputing on some religious in the RC'l'OUJts of tbt late Levi Bacon, tiuaii-
ailmrter about it. One) loses ; exanple. Rome fell, not much by the .
could .
nothing bv : weigh the evidence .
against s
cial clerk in th
forces. \ relief waiting else, perhaps, in the cellar under the of Goths, HUns and Vandals descend subject when former accused the Jat-. IntTior IHpurtnient.IRESIDEXT
: ( anyhow. Perhaps Il get : still where the bottles of those tears of his own master ? Those hotte tl CLEVELAND }iax appointed A-"
of choice
the future ; | place wine upon her plains and assaulting her cities, ter of using his sermons. 'Weltnic '
a ; tears louder than voice eoiiard A. Uit -
: plead they
change : were kept. my as by the careless taM sottish indifferenceof Mr. Bcecher "suppose it had 'semblyman PI'lbTam
question} the demand |I i Denis, on the contrary, was always plead: ]louder than tlU voice of the law- her people Wine ant spoil took away the many) to li Colp'hr of Intenuil Keven ie in

crease aslhc increases 'i urging his master to attempt something.Naturally ;; Anc M. Marambot began to tremble they cry out for pardon for the madness heart of that great nation and unnerved its I to give" you wit, what would you the t'nl Dktrc New York:tat .

country !i : energetic, he would declare: : that every limb shook. : of a moment Tney\ impolore they absolve mighty arm. But for this, Rome from seven have done? -E}>oci. .S&!

tion-. The whole thing seems I "( )Il! a.foriiie, if I just had: thcap- He thought : "I is all up with meal : they bless !'' ; hills might !til have been controlling the HIS SECHET. Foreign. '
with He shut his not destinies of nr at least leading in What if she knew it all?
rboriculturc on :large scale ital I start with, I would have made a up me eye i I He held) his peace, and sat down. the van of word. M'orld. What if sbefaaw heart THE youthful Emporor of China is to t'.C

cal', and in no time fortune. Only : thousind francs, and It did sec the lust blow Denis of the knife coining.j Turning to Mnrambot( Whose tcsti What- if she read my my secret thought marriwl. The festivities "'i cost f."WW-<] ..

long 1M make my way soon enough." j not come. was now lifting mon) had been nil in favor of Jenithe Prohibition Prohibits in Maine. From her far apart A SHORT-TIME movement w hpreadiiiiii

.. -- : Marambot( smiled without him, and binding his wounds with Borne Judge asked: s every direction among Englbh' 't11 ipiitn ..
S )1 reph'ing linen. Then he bind the The National Temperance Advocate says : be then 0 .i.
begin to Sad would her heart rs.
1j was supposed that the 'I w( into Ms little garden, and ; woune !i "Hut in any event, sir-even admit Articles have recently appeared in the news- '
be her 4
Wretched would
I in the GREAT BniTAiS' and have motto
: late Captain Ends: would 'I I up I .and down with his hlafl(1s behind him, learned leg very when carefully his master, as ting that you believe this man to be in papers purporting to be written by prohibitionists The future for her would lft no hop mutual concessions arlill:the Afghan
was a from Maine, to show r
attempting .
iu a reHr,. 1 sane-I: cannot understand your reason Nothisjnbut constant strife. boundary,quest ions. it is cipected
I S hauntepcc: ship-railway: project I I Denis i : day sang: ballads and druggist. : for keeping him in your employ. He that prohibition is a failure, is not enforced, ; will result ip an early\ agreement between -
I"I 1 long and not raised for its
he the It j; There could be no more doubt in the 1 finger enforment. Strife 1selesslove, the two .
S was originator. I all circumstances
: country songs, as were in an uncommonly was, under dangerous. These articles freely copied wish," nation
of who knew the business. arE sr-i| '
S The stockholders in the I ; good humor. He even showed minc anjone Marambot( rlplct, wiping his eyes; J press over the (country, and in Texas and Steil i! \ topIe" would drag her A slanTiNG of mrrrn" wahehil in London -
I servant, after having tried to kill I on the Fourth' toast proposed by -
I unu .uallthit-: ; for he cleaned all thewindow .i "What else I do, your Honor?- Tennpssee are scattered by the hundred '
S twenty-five or thirty of 'in him was now trying to save him. is hard find thousand to defeat the amendment in these Lif 'jahV." >us d United .Httf Minister Plielps* The
the hou to
: e singing at j so I vih likahome"
panes i ser-ant" Fourth to
Then in voice Marambot lowacays.I State No one pretends that all illegal sales bei..t' o country anrI'rican
senting $1:5,000,000: () of stock dying -'k '
the of his voice: while he the :1 might have found worse. I. ." James H. Elaine ..
top wiped : nave him this of practical counsel : are entirely suppressed, but the lair a a .:w.5' I ;> .wit all I ), reslnndt'L i '
Phi sburg, have determined glass. : The piece nnd I Denis was acquitted and sent to an whole, outside two or three cities, is a permanent ",,4 fly htar shoulhpkJ? EXTENSIVE preparations have ln mado"

the work, have selected i .htolhhellt his zeal, 31. Marambot :' washing dressing ought to insane asylum at his master's expenceI .- nnd wonderful success. Wo sent Wr she for the eviction of seventy County
ant I said to him several tinicsithi a smilekeep be done with carbolic acid and diluted I Orleans these articles to Hon Nel--on Dingley, Jr., Is7x small dollars a week Wexford Ireland. Tha tenants will resist to
: TiliRt1(1'1t.Uni"
number, Colonel James 15. I' with soap and water." .e I who is perfectly familiar with the Somereille JI I'III. the best of their power.
I "If like that working j
take of it. lie is a : I you working Denis answered: of the law, and an entirely wit A MAX named fc'chimak, who has just been
charge I[ my boym. will have nothing to do to- what doing, monsieur.1 S A Suit of Clothes. ness in the case. He says : arrested in Moravia, hte committed six murders
S.. law 1(1':sell engineer, 1 morrow."' I "Thats Im 'joth his "The letter is a most gross perversion of Something About Tronscrs. three.great robberies, and numerous

b entirely competent to carry I I Next morning, about nine o'clock, the i l1 opened of blood. eyes.; cither Fogg was going buy a new suit, and the facts. As a matter of fact the law was Trousers came i into use. .for generalwear thefts. He had in his possession a programme
hniultd Denis four letters for t was no trec' now Mrs. very kindly offered to accompanyhim. never letter enforeCI than it i now, a a for the murder of eighty of the richest inhabitants .
lerprise. The stockholders postmaster } with the French The
I in the bed or on the wall, or in the roomor salesman whole-the exceptions being few cities revohton. of,Moravia lie had several accomplices
S toned the idea of asking for \ his master, one of which WHS very heavy. upon the person of the assassin. The I Arrived at the store a where the foreign element is very larg Tho gentlemen, theMippr.ftcTs an I some of whom have been a'rrested. -
with his business smirk "I
} Marambol( at once himself approached amendments to the law adopted last
I i ; loekc.t up sound constitutional principles, wore has been
1 wounded clean white A of St. Kemi, Quebec,
man: was lying
S ment loan and upon want suit of clothes said Fogg abruptly. Legislature i are aiding us wonderfully."
wH prosecute his rOOI, all there until sheet I a breeches. The term "ani culottes" burned. Thirty dwellings and five

on its merits.Columbia. I I I I Inie in the afternoon. He then entrust- Mrs. "Something not too The the Lewiston Maine (Me.rumseller) Journal looks says: "To sufficiently explained what were not pHces of buines print were destroyed. Loss, ,
looked at another. more
II: cd his. servant with four letters for the The two men one I expensive, you knowl's'm" r'pl'c amended law of Maine the less worn by the masses who forced constitutional '10,0. ;
1. said
I| post. One or them was addressed to M.j Finally M. Marambot very gently" : the salesman, turning his attention he is prohibitory oyerlok it. It ha the real reform into revolution. By an .

college, Xew ;j Ialois; ita.., no doubt, an acknowledgement I, "You have committed a crime. lady and utterly ignoring Fogg. Mrs. F. grip to it. Our Rockland special gives the apparent contradiction of purpose and : ,
I of j Ieuisrlp1d: (examining ) think this comment of an Eastern Maine rumseller who PROMINENT PEOPLE.
first lady "bachelor" in the money leCCiye 1:1 trying to make reparation for it, match coth-hno ?'' Salesman: could stand the fires of the old 1 law but whosurrendered principle the *' sans cuIotteV who denounced _
asked his complexion
I| Denis master no questions; wi who
one wore
4 Miss Mary Parsons Hankcy, I II i he seemed to be that day as melancholyand monsieur. I you continue promise to not to denounce -- 'AcmirahhCoullin't! 1ui it better." him on his to pima facie.e. There congratulate is prima- finally went every beyond their opponents br'eches.and i MR BACF tho agI hL
I cc'ned her decree after sullen as he had been merry the me, wi serve you j )Irs. F.-hIJ you so How fortu- face evidence that he has abandone a wore twice as much cloth around their eight type-writers busy.
sued I I as faithfully as the past. nate. Fin suref But won't this fade?'' mean business. Let a MRS. CLEVELAND wi Lo twent-thc
home strt modern
the evening in word the
college ( heon' Marambot Wel, it was not the mot propitious I Salesnian-'Not a pniticle. I wore one real cold-water mineral spring and go in legs; a adopted years of age on tho 2Isi July.
M. went to
She has shown remarkable I I Night came to : with his servant. )L Mar and it didn't peace! trousers, and made them the badge of a THE John S. Wise, of delivered I
\ like it t five changecolor lon
bed at usual hour, and argue years class. Virrnia. -J
his well known
slcpt "The attempt to evade the law by party ns a Fourth of July -
and ambot, as he his again: articulated impr- '
knowledge, noise. cued eyes in the least. )Irs. F.-"And
I j lie was awakened: by I singular wi ing 'original packages'of grog is also Nepoleon, who wa too thin at one delphia. 5-

included eight languages, 'i He sat up at once in his bed and hstenc1' : ;, it wash?" ;alsnlm-"Perfetty. ) with peril. The Augusta and Bar Harbor period of his life and too stout at JAY GOCI.D says that ho fa goin; t tko -

sciences, or altogether But all at once his bedroom door openlt, "I swear to you that I will never denounce ,, F.-\chl. you may: ( of rms1ers who attempt thus to is sell may doubt yet another to look his best in small clothes things easy this'summer and let h s
to the law there
I ; some .
What else have ( catechism ,
same do the .
and Denis on the sccneholdinga you. you nevertheless them state occasions George work
But this i is not nppen't about their right to do thus even under judi- wore on
subjees saved his master. He half of times, in
Denis pLseiwhole is earliest/invitations
repeated a score OXE of Mr.
candle in one and :kitchen-knife cal dfisions; but it is settled that they can after he had set up a throne and! gone Bline's
TriLlIIi quoting a friend i in the other; his eyes wild and fixed; his nights and days without sleep, I and the Fnggs retire: Mrs. F. radiant, as sell packages of less than a dozen btte I into the emperor IJIRmeSS. his army London cam rrm Ir. (Uladstor.e'' and..via

"She is an excellent j lips ; ns if under the influence I never leaving the patient's room a moment | one houll who has done a great or less than fourteen galon. The fact was the first that wore trousers, and promptyaecppW. of the I,
comprec.t in well BISHOP KIP is the new President!
lotions mixing medicines work sour, sad and grog shops cor-
-preparing ; Fogg
ful with the and the of some emotion, anclus face so looking nered." trousers made progress in general adoption General Theolo, cal Seminary of tho 1'rotestant -

musician of penci taste pale that he looked like a gho--t. I giving doses, feeling his mater'sI discontented. ) the street)- step by step with the march of the Epiwopallhurch of America.PROFESSOK ,, ,
good it anxiously-managing; "Now David, take these home and
ant ) Monsieur( Marambot, at first stricken pulse, counting Il Temperance News and Notes. French army. The French trousers and BiLLRoTir.of \' ,probably
As. to ]housewifery, she has concluded that the case with the skill of a professional; ;, wash 'c'm out. to be sine the colors in and in the greatest living i
dumb with a.tol"hment, : 1 Since prohibition went into effect over 3,00o neat gaiter were seen Fgypt, surgeon IITon aClln
J shown President Barnard i Denis was walking in his sleep, and hegot nurse and the devotion of a son are fast and then Il take them over to miles of railroads have been built in the State Spain, in Italy, in Germany, in tern s hydrophobia trctmlnt a faql' i

the of the piling to him, when DenisStlItk'lulV Every minute or two he would asked: Mrs. Brown's and what she says. of Kansas. Poland, and in Russia, on the W. L. TKEXHOLM, United States Corop-
i proof up "Well"monsieur how do feel now?" She's know. And if troller-of Currency, is a tall, lithe man with -
judge .
blew out the light and made a you a great you The Second International Temperance Conference banks of the Tagm and those of the :
eating I do not think he : rush bed. His master instinct- I Monsieur Marambot would reply, fee- she likes them and aunt Kate tunksI will bo held at Zurich, Switzerland, Vistula. People thought that the manner dark eyes, gray liair and gn y Ju"tldl

complain, but that is a for"thf "A little better, my boy, thank you." they'll be becoming, and Mrs. says September !and 10. Miss OLIVIA Conn f granddaughter of
very :
hd put out his hanll to save himself hIt I, in which a great conquering nation clad General Howell Cobb,of Athens, GIL,is pronouiicnl -
Mr. C. S. Salmon states in the Scotsmanthat
.5 her And often, when the wounded man [ they aren't too for you. we will. .
excellence in that I from the shock of encounter, whichfiung young its legs was the model, and when thetrousers in Washington soxriat firl 9 the
j of the four the
I and then betiied awoke in the night, be would sec his i come again and decide. -1"01 Trailscript. -0' rae marched the belle of the South.
fact, I: have never known him upon his in his I' iJaboon district, are rapidly dying wearers over
to seize the hands of the domestic, ruse weeping silently, as he sat out because of the abominable drink supplied wearers of pigtails and knee breeches at SENATOR EvARTsfca-. daughter, font
: : example of a I arm-chair by the bed, and wiping his -- them. married and onsingit*. MLss Mary Kvarta
I who M-emcd to have become ( ementel!. Jena and Auerstadt :decision was given
i Horses mus.cianaivJ has
I. well-rouiidc education for and who was striking him with all his cyet. Treatment of Balky Mrs..Annie Bye of Grand Rapids, Mich., from which the world did not care to is splendid an accomplis'icd contralto voice. a
S .
1 and that woman a lady, than I might. I Never in his life had the old druggistbeen I The Flintier'* (lazdtf (Ireland) gives has ron're her j\I,54)husband damages liquor from, under a rum the appeal The world usually easily con- Miss MOSBY, iiaui liter'of the.once famous

6CSI S. I The first blow of the klfe struck hl1 so well cared for-so much petted i I the following different ways of treating !influence of sl4 which he kie a man and was \ of the wisdom of the victor. Eng guerilla chief, is writing a bit. of war his

::-.-- -" -- in the shoulder: the second blow he re and cares ec. At first he !aie to himself I balky horses,which arc rccommcndcd.for sentenced-to": prison lfe. land stood out the longest against trousers tory. Her material i is prx-urcd from a m in-

The thinks ( in his forehead, the third in his "Just so soon as I get wcl I'll trial: Dr. Prudden says that a ordinary glass but finally she yielded, arid ( army her of the Mosby (0-nma.id.;

Troy Ti1Ie' ; 'cHc He struggled frantically puttingout get rid of the rascal." But was First, pat the horse on the neck, examine of water may contain hundreds of thousands marched to Waterloo wearing the universal CAPTAIN MACKENZIE, the champion hios --

in.the. ) ( his 11811(15 in the dark: and kicking fully convalescent he kept putting off the him carefully, first one side, then the of Lctrn.lat nobody should quit drinkiu-j leg funnels. player of America the New,Verk has sailed Club iii for the kitrupo German to,

: a,confirmation of the theory 's dismissal from day to day. other if him a handful of aeount and take up with ii( e Our generally fell in with represent
mal grandfathers
: I out with his feet, shouting: ; you can get other thin .. .. "A bushel of bacteria in his English and Scottih iiittrmmtioiat tourna-
't accident; which befell a New I "Denis! lenis'-are! jou mad? Denis I He thought to himself that no other grass give it to him, and speak encouragingly stomach will play far less ha\o with a man's the ways of the world, though Federalistshere ments. S. -..5Man. -

'tral l What are you ? Denis! person would ever show him so much attention to him. Then jump into the natural history than ever so 'smal a snake in and there would not yield. Thereis KATE W. HOWE, the lady member ot
.S. trail at the But I Denis) .rlolg his efforts or bestow upon him so much I wagon, and give the word go, and he his boot;J Washington a story of a clergyman who, greete the Grand Army, was th>observed of all the

"There were thirteen cars in : still striking became more and care. He had a hold on the man now- i will generally obey. Second, taking thehorse What 1 rebuke to this nation, receiving with the rough inquiry: "How you, observers the Saratoga reunor,. She sat ;

:I board thirteen undertakers, kept furious: sometimes a kick or a could control him by fear-and even he out of the shafts, and turning him millions of dollars annually from its revenueon priest?" responded: "How are you, oh her horse veteran.tinnly and role in Ln-j like a

home more would him back but he al- I told him that he had"made a will and deposited : around in a circle until he is giddy, will liquors, is cnveye by the' Queen of Madagascar -, do you know I'm a thorough
turning from a blow fling I when Bays, in a recent proclamation Democrat 10w FEED. II. NICHOLS, a Connecticut veteran
wildly. Monsieur I it with a notary, in which will generally start him. Third, another wayto *'I your dress. How do entered the Union service J
Syracuse. Belief in the I vas rushe.1 on again, I : cannot consent, a your Queen, to lriest" of the late civil war,
Marambot received two more wounds- was a statement denouncing DeDs incase cure a balky horse is, place your handover take a single penny of revenue from that you I'm a Democrat?" "By your in 1-tti at the age of fourteen years and -

I widespread, many i ntell the ] and one in the abdomen I anything should occur. 1 his nose and shut off his wind until which destroys the souls and bodies of my address. Doubtless the clergyman wore. biie month. Hecarried a musket (rem the .
i S -" feeling an awe of it Inch the' one in-sudden thought came to him, and This precaution seemed to assure him 1 he wants to go. Fourth then, again, :ubjetCoTtgafionatsf knee-hreechts,while the adm irer of Jefferson day of his ia enlistment for three b.itLks.BraocLs years. and .
But I his life ,I It is a strong and unexpected of thegreat toek part many hard-fought ,
further attempt on ; take a couple of turns of stout twine proof and "dangerous French
'S willingly acknowledge. I he screamed: out: I'against any I ad made by anti.saloon sentimentin prlcJ"cothed SWIFT, President of the ..wreckedKdelity"Bank ,/ -
have not and then he began to ask himself whetherit 1 I around the fore legs, just below the knee, \ac his legs with
that President Garlield had "Stop, Denis, stop! I yet Missouri, that the Grand Master Mason in t n.Comtlulin. of Cincinnati, has hail a previ1 -
: would not be better to keep the man tight enough for the horse to feel it; tie tht State calls on all the loge in the State ous unpleasant experience with Jan breaker -

of the number, but rumor cot my moneI once stopped striking.Monsieur 1 anyhow, as he could thus keep a better in a bow knot. At the first click he wIl e'pl all who a in liquor dealing At the time,the Cincinnati Court ITo-.i e wasjburning
The man his future actions.He After basing this call on a resolution of and the street were held by
is watch over going
represented him. He could hear nunpanting probably go dancing I busie diTcrsitie i
Marnmbot( of. Lodge of which Among the best of men are rioters, Mr-Swift went up to see wha
I found it as impossible to make up short distance out and remove Grnd Miur says .
especially disliked to sit in a in the dark. he had you Cn get "that the business of.slon keeping is hereby of opinion; which are no more, in"true, going:on," and,was severely woun ho un-
his mind about this matter, as the string, to prevent injury to the ihat musketr ball from the eeeta o( tha
a dozen and at table. M.I Marnmbot spoke again: declared a Masonic offence and those engaged reason, to breed hatred, thone of.
one Maloishas found it formerly impossible to decide i 1 tendons. Fifth can try the in it for several weees on
:"I lanot yet got a cent. }1 again, you are liable t b det with for un- loves black should be angiy him gereti
haii4, seven is the lucky back on his word: the case H, :. whether to open a drug store or not. ''following: Take the tai of the horse Masonic conduct.O that is clotbad in white; for thought are vLA -. ;

S for instance, a human beng gone before the courts; that win "\S ell, there's time enough to think between 0the hind legs, tie it by 1 .' Philip A. Jfolan, General' Secretary of the the apparel of the mind.The : iXJflnJer -4 i
going himself. C. T. A. Union list of eleven very -
would to gives a nw
t eth at becomes a t. those 1 letters to the post. Y ou I about that, he say cord to the saddle girth. Sixth, the last I Unions the County, Ga., '
seven took ha since
you Meanwhile Denis continued to show I know is follows Tie astring amt t ntionl Miss SWAN father farm
1 on mj : remedy as : os her
r seven, a man at three had: better read the letters lying himself to be a perfect domestic: M.Marambot around the ear, close to the hcad H Vie oggegaVt4tl te previous"bulletin.T The thu>" sale of roses in this country discovered a5 tao the crest of a Mttmto.. .
lT< > jke
%ches the grand : l with a supreme which hail been
he had finished 'U' Kmber- theflu
fair '5 -
iw-a gets
:. .tc 6e\eu. But who to'l't hold of the matches on the :! But one'moring just suddenly a heard him. ___ __ ___ new ship, t would rah avtt'!!%Jft The year. hi1 Other deDflsits were .found
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dents have befallen railroad .table and/to strike :light Jets of, noise in the kitchen. He ran !' True gladness s doth not always l speak ;' Viil : abstinence fU Ae indi- Services and kindness neglected mae I slat&t'1 by Jr. Ssyaxn. .
blood Teat : V
*]i ting of to He was covered with the bred and born but in the i i-i .viduamyof the members t this: suspected.c ._
I seven cars or the wall. The sheets, Thither. and saw Denis struggling in I' joy tongue : I "and prohibiticm to th* State.> friendship
it had I i
.other* ways identifed with ; bed-curtains-everything was red. grasp of two gendarmes. weak.
. I -a| Great i superstition!

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"c'r'-- --- ('at)! J N .folio" UsIsIrhl.le lxpCT ATA MEETING OFTHE CO.\pj, Or ,
: : : TVL1-1i' S1X K S, W. H. RIVERS IOIHO.X A Cnnniiscinir: of Brnrtr.ml
j THE kits. LtMat tl e Ci-iii-t
< HCV/ TO RECISTR.Attorrsc.y ji Fbi ir.uwof ,
; csideneo on bi-* 1 improved !:' )(1 .1'd **
ath star c.f
July A.
i ; one of "itr citi/t-ns is IwltL-r kr.own on tbe D.. l7. ,tj
among his orange lree I IMr. of liE I1 It IN procreilinsB were had and donf V,
General Cooosr's Opinion She Goes to the! Bottom I thnnCiipt.! .1. N. Jones. I-\>r yfiirs tint' having :5 en prest n>if to this Ruard m'tW:
Fred Smith hiis: A beautiful place Warn "IT GrOOjDS day r.f July A. 0.. IKST. siinieil i
as Fun-.jshed to Governor [ ISlsu-k ( leeiVjtiiOhlt :DIEi Captain wisaHIic-tfil with :i sesious hujinor. rsgi't.r..Itrers ofsiid BrndfonlconSt0inr
-- located on the bank; % Perry. | i ing. AlGBOOE I I his face. Kviryoncjlifnuliimts. f.ir ft chanire of the Ios.-ato,t of th '
VHKfi BRADFORD COUNTY. FI.OWDA or euiption. oti
.4 Smith was one of the few strawberry c.lVnI < sit f,f lr.iilforlt-ouisty and ii.I i
bevinl li-teis! hiving: b.-ei: r' I 1:30 a. m. and ua: > li.;lit Sui: doubtlcsri. \vcil iTii'tMnl't-r' thedisc. l.eii ;;;.*-n under (1inSisltfrfltjfl
,, WT.BB.Hdltor grower*., who had a profit hide of the accrunt. -tioi ofchaptcrf rti &
i. c. an-l iJi'MRiiiturfM Tp to
the mutter ;
; and Proprietor.Kntnri'l The little grove: belonging to ida day!; LIIQIIIIIg. tin-sieamer: ; Well now as r. in ,J l t'y the Board in oy.-n yi;. loi, j j'S in T **WH
4.i S Fidil ,
( : 70<> :ansI (0i.) lan.sof Iil. ck jilt the remstrntioii list p5n" cUthavingfoumt =
> sunk in si niiiiiru! how rf Wli,|
? hi
( H. McCotler. wis Starke: jiNt t read over > i \ n : 'I
- - -- -- Mr. A. P. Iludgins i.. :ti vat gem and ; M-SMOII) that s.-iK! pftHinn wdnon COUlity
: the |Hist; .
hose duty that the
clasH matter.ipti''i. of the l-LMsI.iiiiie. ill rcp-trd hi sisn.itHITtl.tMo fi.'
_____, __ __ .- ieans: to secure a I L-tke. front as Mr.I I H.h di-sirin/l It) be-I : ; % Mr. .t S. Clulkir. UKowner : :;: .i .r,' 1 .' ;' -.( .' 1. __ I : :; 1 tTuption : j 5j4( tl Wore crdi-ied! ly th ar w i0*' ':
Sii IT"it I in :i.j U iti-e i iM..VUt il Vas In 11-1',1-ti-r persons in the tit I yeled.iy: ; .1 -f.- :_ _- --I28.' Sr\KKn. lYv. Jan. S6. 1587. j jSnilt eLttI.'n, le ht-H at the vrrrral prSli V"
is ob'jged! to be away: and cann t \\ ill'take submitted of I the sU-nmt-r, w.i lirn.lford county cit tin-17 h ilVr i
1. not ixi'l m : ilv UKcJ.:..'ii., r..u'h come' of making
bu1IMc1 slier \M!| I lui iintiliMlifii i his care: it. I Ihcni In t die attorney HI-IK I i.d l, and cu-irlcjcd the '- :- .- ; s.iil, Iinulford c. inrv. It i is fu4nS? ti
There arc a number of oilier groebheir the Twilight raised; :a-id unruly GKXTI.EMKN : My face and nose were I hat a -f.pv.sit this ortler puhrkhL0!
Ru1It'riIti ) i > 4):-tt liy Ur: (n'rusirtrr to them and men IH.-IOW will b.- found hi-' iiiniou| 1411' n tagStt veils to assist in !:< \\-(u-k. 1 lie :i.4Lt ::' I(1( badly! brokeo out from disor.U-ied blood ; Stai-k<- Teli-prnph ii new pVjXwg !
belonging fbi
t'. Bradford for of'tSSLpr
)1iI tI4 1110, sti.I i if iii-t .i-'oro-l I >tlu'rwi.setlio I ; tht.p.iCe .
wlio unfortunate as to le : saiJ to a ... of tlif 'linic Ill- for three or fuur years.: The doctors were -e--ilin. Mil flection, nnd tv1i
re so : : away that
h h1.
paper will IIP nMii.Mly siSlmrt 3I( %V11'411 I Ji lls. iF ATTIXI.Y: GK.NKKU.. i 'nakt publication tht-re of el
':- th tiL.st pt .xpi s' spending I the summer in the iN'oitli, : \i.s.\n\ss-i.i:, n.i l.t., ..Jisl2: ion ih.U the lilllibtjamer: heft ..MnhiluburgSaturday :; unable to determine the exact nature of i LOUIS nrc-ordinsh-'iTi"*'- vsI -
with -i raft in tow for -d:: the I took their prescription
)br.V.. II.Ileafford. afleino-iii eruption. -
thi'in i
: wi name
among may i I I'm K A IViry. :; nr: Arts-r: Vhairin1 .
arlu-loM i'! pulilif i iutdivstill I Dr. John Tear. Messrs. McLaughin SIK I In i ii ply to I lie -. .' rcViredi this city and procec.ljd uboist a mile down h without experiencing any bent-tit. About H. }'. YORK. 5,

be rnreiveil with |tfisiiritti: JOINER
Isle by & Count3cO'uzujqj
Imt in writing wt'jt.i plainly aiiil l nj iko i RIVERS
q but a short time ere (this will be one beth lavs < Florida, entitled "An Art m pro- pin pose uf wooding. They then came nut! the eruption or humor, entirely dtsappeaird. .- : .
jour: tttnry as *h' rt as plM4&It'! P< nplo"lo > ,
l pst orange and the most beautiful Enforcement ol| the down about t\\o miles hurt tier. whin the I regard S. S. S., as one of theveiy STATE OF FLORIDAKKMiKOKlM'Ol'STY '
tlie Proper
: I not 4'arp I.n ':* Inn vifl(1fI 31 l vide f"i I .
Constitution Mr. Ur.iut ('idli nes. suggested STAKKH;: ; FLA. best purifiers ol the blooil. I. It. K. YOKK.
spot in Florida. l'rovisi"is! of .\rude XIX :' Starke, Flu. An?. 6ISS. Failhcr he *' the for th-- night, lor the Yours Offl.-l.> flertanl.\ii.tor! hir' th Board an4 j
arouud) the lake we com to t of 18' >. and chapter Uloi. that they I.iy' up truly, j C..ininis.siuien.. ,lo l hereby of

residence of Mr. John While. Mr. White, hitler bring the geiu-r.il registr.itiou :-Tid reiM'n tint'thf_( hid: b-en nrmiiu-ill! ofHit'pievioiis DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, J. N" JONES. I I nrder above i* a true and. .eorreet copy ceUJ of th0 y that
I'st'ooL th. .jj
AT. .iTt7\E i.it: \\assotintoitunitHas to loose his house and t-lccii.iti act. I have the honor to s 'li ) ni hl :iid! !hs u- u.is t >.> Urc tlto There is no doubt that .Swill Specific ii1isiislxer- Ikarj ot (oW

r Two limvilv J..i! -n M-liocn" rn' nii I ve
from New Y rU ful.t. sr any U. >-. YORK.i88.c>

41j Thursday. HJU! 'Mml l to 1m lowed' into a decided improvment on the old, far \ into silent immcdhiuly upon its up I :and( made fast, and :all haiiiU; retiicd fort iMTKXT M E ) IC IN IS &e1'ItEs'ItIl'Tlo'cs oilier blood disorder. Valuable treatise _

;3cJ port yoMnel.-iy: hy tlic *fteim-tli: Ma'iey.: they still and almost on the south side U prov.il I bv lie governor, v hid. wt'.s .J'inc I lie nirht the captain in ;his :oom behind on all blood diseases mailed free on application S ELECTION NOTICE.yihER.tS .

I : of .Jacksonville. Tin* tug ariivnl nudtiNik the flourishing new town >f Lake Vie v. I'. I 1SS7 1 ; ; I Ihe latter, chapter: tf704. d.K-s not thin pilot-house, on Ihe huiricane ih-ck, : t'.tIIEEULI1Y to Swift Specific Co. ISrawer 3 \ L'i'oTI1 PIttSENTATiONOF

El 1 soundings of t tin* liir: *nnil li* the It has not been but little over a year go into ctfi-t t until August :j 1. 1SS7. Any l and th'! engineer and the remainder: rof the ('oaI'o1'zl) ATAI.L IIOtKS.J. AtlanU, Ga. I sioners (if Braifforil to the L'eunty. State COUflty o Comj5

; great surprise of tiniaptajn of the tug since the first stroke of work :was done at election \\hi.-h may: In* huld iu any county I crew I in I llu s-iloon, on the ni-iin: deck. at County their site regular of said monthlv me.-tsn FI.otWa.

;t.4 Hixi others itV N found tliat lie cli:*unclliiul this place and now there ant !.*> good prior to August IJ. 1 7. under clnpter: I laming, I tin night i lie captain: : ;invoke i Notice. i W7, praying for election ci.unty on to the4th change day the of j15i7

I liven nifiitU I lilli-u 'with i sand near decent houses, we mean t'iat they are :3700. t to dctir.ini! > \Vh1I'!hair or n-it the a nil we'it.down to the saloon for I the purpose JIRIm STORE.at' I have not hoard from my son Tom tisi appearing) of the to County the in-faction Site of said of the county fc pt

Ic' the north Inmy :in f Hi it onjy nine feet of houses, not shanties or shells because liqu.irs >pi-citu-d in siid ;icl r..iy IL -old I II of ascertaining;: : the! time by lhi engineerV Swe-i engen. who left rue< on the second said suds Petition ea.ses made is in and conformity with the Sta I.

L4 water ut high; lull- < 'tIbI.Lc )hud.: As one there are any number of them beside a I ll.eivin. is. to be c-.mlucted iii accordance l watrh and tound thin I i it was just -- ----_ ; =_:::: _, day of April It8f and[ was hut heard ot lts.rt'i! that an 1jttjoi provided t.t. MJ at It t the heiebyor.

vessel drew clcvmi iwtunil lilt? oilier nine general store a jKst otle.( saw: mill, mid with the flection laws coraplied i in chap- I :30 a- in. On entering the sil.,.in Iii- : il-c j' i.,. LY&2i at Ilrooksville on the UHli of April lSi> ((111islay 1-ree.ncts m of.sgsist said County A. !>..on iss'the seventeenth dlffereii:

Ort Hiul live it'flio \\nsiinposMlilc topuxa the companies: oluVe. whcro the gei.t'e-I (I tci !>Suf MrUcllan's Iig.o-.t. and in ac- found Hie engiu-er all vripsd.' ui; in oriL'r -; when he engaged his services tou cattle comity tlwi.-ti.nis=itC of tcnia Mild county.' iii of l3raIIforfJ andt

t -t : them iir. A funf ronir of the ea1rS i manly r. T. It. lrown! with his sii vat cordamvilh: S-iid chapter ;li 1 OO. So, j jwheie to fifott-ct Iii uusnl f fiointhe I nit s qiutos! } -" ''diovi-r. I He was: ,' ; jears old. rathc-r tall. I I that this) notii-c of Kkt-ti.,1 nunfortijity bd iiUhllsht%-1th Ja

: lalnsof: the vf.st.li. aii'I (lie tug vas held n& itai-- !ilr. t ales pn ido :Mr. Ut-ck i such( .in election has: been called in w hi.-h. vi 1 1el'y I hiink Th': engineer: 1 black ci_ e. and his hair was i inclined to 1 I Starke; Starke Telegraph, in saisi, a weekly( : flt'WSlpi.r puww.j the
.i.unty for
: anti it was ji gi rml lujisk the lowing of UKSrhodiHT t lie meruintile man: reports doing a go d any count v, pcr.soiisfiiiithd to regisi.i-i| and cook were; a ion-.cd on his enteiing, curl atiy information of his where-ibouta i thirty days. tne., spaee

drawing I tlui leist; water over I today. business, and has: high hopes ot the future I lion may: be rcgi-'crtid' undir theaullrority I bin I tho former almost j imnii'di Ii ilely I fell will be thankfully rtceiveil bv his sorrowing t ATTEST( krkof: the Circuit IT. .IR

The it is suul. this I of thci nlthis there is lie Voviileil Tin-1 I.slier I went I to i the irierfcniirt Auditor for tli LA-f f? Affic't>
_t j tujj. : can pull pl.ice. l pi.;ice to of the ileiU 1 of the ciicuH coiut. i.s. I> asK-ep a-rain. : up and broken hearted mother.Mils. toiii ulIisio5jrs.I -' County

? whooner over \ iiu! 'ut lundi rUk as there! a camp meeting held I this winter and i> in cliaptor: Ji70i), until August :>. pili.l house to sleep in I the hope of escaping WM. KnwvitiK,

:- li nothing but sand fur her to strike : big timeexpected Lake View is on high dry 18S7.! ; Alter Augu$ 3. 1SS7, the Vi'neral'election the pests. L. GA5KIXS, Starke. Bradford Co.. Fl.i.Flurid.x I IX COMMISSIOXERS OoURTCtLLINU

--- Hguinst. The other vessel will 'remain and rolling land: \\ell drained, well located l.nv, elsa pier olOI-, becomes opera- ()n letuining to his room I the capH'm DHAI.KK IX papers please copy. t JULY V.ISV-

outride until next Fridayrhvn; tilt* highest !, the Lake i< its natural attraction, .lt't] t< ti\v. This act was; parsed by the lesjisla- {'again; : retired and! :almost im-m-di-ili! ly went Drugs & Medicines j Or.lered that the follow injr named be,

-S. tide of the) season will probably enable wlfith'wereold at $.1 ILlS I the start ale I I lure :111s \ approved 1- the giivernorsubsiqufiit to sleep. Sii lEt hv afterwards: he felt I I the .Siarke, Fla. H AMlLLLit > and ti..i I I-art-und herel.y for the appointvd variou* effia 'dbTrUI'S *

*. her to pass in. It is als
J p.irt of her cargo IK delivered on lighters no improvmt-ntsatall. The Western H.K. I of chapter ;!FI 0. aid i. moreover agener- and! springing I 't out of bed made for the Physicians: Prescriptions 1 LExINcrcr.Ttlobestoquipp4"t KY. I tiny atin! of: the August County A. Site.U, 1 7for thepirpSsedi rocK..r f

until her draught is lessened suHieientlyto | of Florida i is nearly complete! In I thU'place. I' obviously intended lobe paramount door, but it -\ :1-; with the gieitest: (Jilliciilty < <1rt/"li.rj Coiininl> < 't itt /tuqrxtht orJtilv2C 5 tii-strict Xo.l with.votin-place; at UwtevN
al act. 'I i.y w_ i. *
". J it'- Alvarez Hardy Tl",
: !'f' -s'- :
ias and
allow her to enter. The oaiive: of tins The Company: ha\e: spent some I the subject of registration, and aKoas that he :rot ,.ut before the steamer ( 18'tiii.) strictly flmt-cla.s. h<' '., 4?iv s !.. i-. -. .' .. N -'. A. W.
upon ---.- liitrk-t
Bidding of sand i u im-slery, and if it retnaius over three thousand dollars'l m imp roy- to election*, so far :is provisions went down. Ail of the lit her member: Or1lVtWOyOflfl'l'I.czperlcnel.t te., -v. .-' .>.'- > -.I I .--..' .-. thither Fr J. H. X DowliriR.).2 with Jvhn votin?I'toft r.In-e and at if t J*. .

t will prove 'u great drauhaek to the meiils since it started, it Ins: a bright !In- I co\er I Ihi- Kime.Un ; I of t the ciew nnnaged: I to get out i in I Huiri U. D. MINER .r.inSi'ptvnili-r.r. 7.!i rrt Forl::: % !<.iil -.-: .1.. i: i ---- ldtn.F"i- district Xo.3 with Toting place at

port. The hope I4 h ) ever. entertaine l iure, near hem i is located: the fai.ioiis ) a'id alter August :i 1SS7. sm h spocial i scant: night clothes except I lie engineer.! si-h"olhouse, near Jlnzcl farm. J. G. UobertsV. Thomas,

1 that it will smui liis-tppmir as suddeidvjl 1 Sundell I orange g rove, this I i is a grove nf : elcciious, l toden'riniuwhclhcr'nr not J who went down with (Ihe craft: :and Ins WHY i i ? \ For. C. Kt-n-e district and No J..4 C., Pt-arce.with voting

it nppeiirt.tt.-Jitksi n 'il1t 'ittri'poli.I li: acres i all I with budded tid I 1 not since h been seen though every ell.iMj & 1 1'rt.\i.k'ine. \V. T. Weeks place at
nit litre I trees and liquors Kiay be s o'd' are to be ( () tided no outside of the state to a summer resort A. C. Odom and A.M.
mad- hisluuly 1'i.well.
< 5) iccovcr
FLORIDAUlLUMI A'Am<777W.V.Mr. : i is looking we 1. it is owned by Mr.! C'n.is. in am-rd:nice with tin' provisions otchi.urs j! wa The c Hisc ct t I'u-aci-i.li-ni' is luikn-iwn, ; -)_ tt1 to sp-nd your var.ition when of"Sv.nimei you lays I F..r iii.strict Xo.S with voting-place at Pine Hill

!I.J. Mmdell of Chicago, and in ch.irgi* oti : | ::5.7 tIt>i) and :;,;-i-l. both to be given i but ll'e .. ; ) i- that on! i vtinguXh- one of h lie inosj in delishtfull s.ttr at. Uoshwin.I. IV. l'nih >!ster. iS:. P. Ward anti Thomas
I i Watering places own
Wanton S.Vhh.. of tlie Honda i i Mr. Ceo. Jlornchhy., j lie; ttie iin s h- e\.r>;i. s negK cte.l M close your Fortli-itrict! No. 6 with votfnf:place ot Starke, i
I Ihroii \\-Ln! !h i I'Mwater j WIIITJ: Sri.ruui: Prutxi-, WT. Drjtlcn N. J. Jones and T. \V.
Itolling KxpoHilioii, was in town on I t C N'orlhui and \\ illi.ird thin i the sea cue ; !::! : Sweat.
each is
] 5051 tli.it :
: Iireeoifcilis. t.isiy.
tiny can : continued to KM'; ialo i K- ],,i:; ltl u tie ; on the beautiful; Suw.innee Itivtr. in For district Xe. 7 with rot tag place at Hamp- '
Tuesday of this week. Mr. \Vebb sn\i i have a nice place next that are in good I I lu\e. !' I be fo.- ton. B. Ha>-nes Wiley Jones ad V H. Casoh. \
I iUction'l.iv.Mil j Illleil and si.c .smk.s !, ('sic Tl-e of this .
!general steairer tn.'il! it : < i"i Ilamiltoa: waters 'priex.are ; ; I H. K. YOKK. Clerk of the Circuit Court,icjir.d
Ids car will leitve .f-iek! 'ionville alioitt Sept. 1 condition and looking weM and I Irom this lowed in :t.I 1 m-itu-rs nut specially: pio\i.l i i-i now entirely under t tl.t water, l.ui tie; I notid for their great curative iiualiliest.. f.r Uradfonl countr and Er Officio Clerk otliie

let and prueeed n-. f.ir :IM Tmiipn. by way ; point back to Kingsley. the place of b cd 1 for in ilitloc.ii option 1 iv% an 1 whireuvcr Mevens went up Vtstcrdiy:, afternoon WATCHMAKER j nii'l ni >ttute one of I the finest pooN o. B-Mi-dof d,,1't'reicertify County! Commissioners that the fur saidis'tl.tv
F. & W. Ku-ul 'with ot t i..d it i i- exptcltd ; water to l e t'.mnd)I in tilLs (1)i irut rv.tt foregoing ila
:. of S. reJinniiig by way I : : a ci-w: men. : i sulphur i
ginning there (sn Micces.vion ot graves I Uj v1-i'n i in I thioc.i t-t'iTeet transcript of the ordar made in said in.utter -
.. uf F. it & N. will Starkeon its wa j thriv i- | ( ( tsr' ; lint she will 'i- r.i'.se t > slay- ,.- -, i th'- Sprin; i< a first c-is-i: hotel.! with- by ths board of County Commissioners
pis longing to the following named geullemen. I option law il will Irive t'- bu followed I The Twilight w .s a isu.slt-i't'r. < :'. feel eji. I ample acci'Uiiii"datii'iis for his if. cold I and : t n the tZl day of July! 5* 7.

to the North smd West about iv-pt. 8. (p.s). il.irnesb\ J. 1'. I llickuI I) .1.1ikox unless such pnnisioii is o ni coi-iVui ; 1I'I'! ; 13 f. t-: b.-.ira. .t:1: 1 about ." fed d :! ST\RKK. FM.entson I I plunsie baths. Keached by the T. l K & X I: f\i' otlice Uirnerny July 22.1.hand 155 T.II. and. teal of

., a Parties wishing to *advertise or make .- l.C. Webb, A. M. Ulanchard. 1! till thin "' iH-r-il i election law !::: both i ol ho.i.! MM- -va'-.i-l: at <:]..7ui.) ;..ml; ;us s t'i:t-ti. gVt-ii! in n-;>aiiinrV.'atein-.-, ; to V& lhsirr. thence bv !h-i'tk line, t- mile-. F..1011K. Clerk.I >
w i.iuiine in'.iiraiicion her the C1.'tkai.I .le'elr \e.e. All work .1...iiiat the beautiful Lifls of MidSIrl'l- rid.i. .
any display, w ill have the opportunity ol r .1. ('. I lai elsa r I IV. W. t F. list1 theie! was no I > ; over -
Carpenter. cannot I l.e e.xi'cu.ed. I in which c'.is-e will be riofs l'.r-\-li t-:! -.; ui Uu-1. >..rSTARKE I -
: I los-s Co her owi.er vern ;i\rv.- Cheap lound t trip excursion tieke'e. -
doing i o Iifir. mid select mg their own i ; (_;. CaipLjiter.Mrs.; K. I Howe. .Mis. liurton ) must aitI t.i' LOICIDA KAII.1VAV
:l.7il. AND
gi-u'ii': (-!<-clio'i law, clnpu-c Times Union. hack fare from \Vchhsi! rn to I the
3 mode and styleMr.. Webb will also 1 ] Joe Prevatte, Abe Stiicklaud and other-' Thu only paitkular ii: which I I -- Spring--. MOW on xile at all 1-'. il k N. i NAVHJATJOX.COMPAXY.
I prevail. I
t visit Stnrke about Oih! inst.- and further tii-Uit" I
i s'llice1'or isis thur information
thai escape Jhe memory at present, these' s.vuch c-oiillict is 1 in t tin! milter I oi ni itration i- LIVERY STABLE. ,
F. U. & N. tickt TIM E t'ARl> IX EFFECT MAY 2, I 7,12-01: a.n, \
4 ; His 'o Siszt !1t-5. or ]
nnd npplv
explain plain superior in tK1tncnts -
] places are nil well attended and are in a diri'ctio'i ot I Ihe cleik as i it'ncieiu LOOKCompare CUT !
: undi-r .N1) wile[ tn O. K I'.ixton. Prop- White | All Trains Rut by 0th Meridian Time (CentrarwErr.RN
h" olfers advertise '
: # to our town j tloiirishiug condition, and are worthy of speeilied, whvicas-; chapter 15.704' this with your pnrrliaso: Sulphur **pin2a lintel. White Springs Fla. j DIVISIOX. YfShoi
: :-T.I: > AND SAI.I: STAKLK .
lie known the
say? by making tmequaledLealth mort comment than the pace: alloted to j evluiive ti4treIf registration to ..Iulv'jth's7iuTHK : to't and (julcket-i"Route to NeW OrleaM arf.>

of Stmke mid its vieinity, and its this article] \fi\l\l allow: This section is gives of registration of eli rtor-j & tl." isouthwt-st. DirevtvCVajn.22i9 to Bo:*
the ii-s
Mip-Tvis .. .
A -' I- FAMWt CI sroY1M.nLPLfl1O'I'II
othtT ndvantiscs. we i iight to l he L West and Xortivt
many not ranch advertised kinun abroad !
nor' oril .ountii'x and ill Action : : itYif.
for (
able to into a ofpromfuenre in ROCK V lit SL- s A. M. tlrae. "p" means P. 31. tim J*
: towji
grow : simply because it is not in Bradford county I Innd nine tiirrnot m ike? provision! f ir ifgisiration : ;; $$3 PANTS'
a few years arid iiuyder to *"> that some i the folks do na.l r.p. Read down.
et Clay county not care for > wiih htm for any speci.d ilsciiiiii \ JID l : I i Cut tw unU-r fronclotJii's X* W. Xi>. ?. No.I xo.a

; plan >till IIHVP t<> bo adopted. [ them, inure"s'l ,to gel their votes when In the matter of rc'ji-irntiou.i I-iefoic.. i a ? I ?t. ., _, C' t--trefullv selii- 11 4-'a ; aop Ar.Ta.ks.-it.vii5e.Lv scoa 3 ort
7' He will !be able lie 1M1 the' : tt for !-- *ah.I wear 10 :U a C r iip.r Baldwin LvM4tavl ii'V
ssys, t they* partlc' Pv.int anvthing There isany chapter o.7iH) t must j pievail: ; -md on :ami I -4----t----_.; ; .':; iTi, Kvcry jKiir iiiarantit-it .H I Na 1! p Ar L.ue City ....LvlOlOal'a

people what we ilt t.ire ti say ('four town now a sch-.* J. .?$nsidcrablo size in aIlonrIsbin'tjchOkCS .. for suelsp :a; H 'I S '4 mill Slli''EY PUOMPTLVUEFixocn ; 4 S7 p Ar Live Oak.....ArlOSfa 72Ui
1S47. 'gi1 'U
after Ausu-i: >. ru a.OK.- ., i nr a new .1 11 a :> -ti p Ar Madi>on ..Arl2OIp u *r' -
In nearly every State North and West taught by MiAnnan accnrdam-e y' i* pair nut-If. If > be b id in : p
an -5-U election! must j tlHgiliE( | ) 5
I ;qt which will be in thvir newspapers. int1 l willS > < < -- are n-tnrni-vl as misatisfacioo' .1 "Oa: 1 IH> p Ar Tallahass ..Ar 27p li 55i
aw, and if sw5 ished lady, from; : with i it"! pr.ivisiiin. to \vit. I'l.-il: t\\\\ 1 40 a li OS p Ar Quincy ..Ar 32Jp 1 401li
4>e macle known Jn tftnn jwopJe. by this old Midutese for thci with this we will shall! be allowed 1 to ivgi-sler at ill1j ;JvnfS&iR S Xu. -. sii*.Xiy rX--'f.-S '* t'l.' p 11 35 p Ar River Junc..Ar 4 03 p 3 3UaH.i
; : person i ip iO.OaArMariana..Ar 4Q5t
; 50Tp
inethotl. than
: by Hnyhtlter possible .
njennst -
bid -ulicu sj ** for the j oflire of -lp"rVIsUi; of registr.ition; at'i: i First-eliss t turnouts I furnished at all r Do iou Year > 0p( $.1aLvPeFuiuiakpr.r 705p 8W
f fz' 8 : |lu t existence. TJii.s will, he say*, be not a uld., loT DYSPEPSIA, 3 l*J p aiaLv1'ensacola..Ar 15.10 p 11A*
present. -j. ter I ordering: :at any time: and! ten tl.svI hi>ur>. ..laor night l.M5p :SUOaLv FU c'maton....Ar 11.59p lip
local ndvtrtizis hut a Florida exhibit' t TKIX.A of sped.d eliClion |* 'lerins I U.s..iiaWe.: Give i us K [nib. PANTS 1 m Lv Mobile .... Ar i25 a 7Jp')
I In'foiv the holding
I II any Ij' --- S HO Lv New Orlenns..Ar 7.1D i.7.Oa i.
before the people of tli e. United States. ) I AXl>Ki\VSAr: ALVAKKZ.M.irke.[ p a

It li> plIitfanl! evidcntto. the intehscut j hId in :any c..nnty. faRESTLESSNESS. j' Fla.: 2p 7/J7a T.sipIvMnntuomerr.r I.r Xa.shvtlV .Ar 6.40 13a p 5ip 1ai.u -
I do .rrslaiid: t'.inl any person H Hlth.lF : Tell n nlioiit whit -.
i.ot UM I p Itt a Lv EvanillirliW Ar I.ICa 2p
mind that: if t Stirl.e; lose's opportunity j ILI1'OItTAT.TTEIL. i I olor y."i lik -. send t-s s.c l vuisviJIe. .
the : > p a >v Ar ira 231pp.
-hull h Iw propeily upon .
whosenaiiu' .
that we are suIt left as we iio\v feel we I Iia i4OpLvCincnnatI. Ar 6.a 6.p
)! < 1 st of le i-tend v-b-i-s l when I the rcw'election S. J. TEMPLK.TEHSPLE'S J..E ; IIi M' urK. .i'a 7.H IpI.vSt. Louis ...\r 7.40 aMOp l4.fr'p ,
Space for Count Kxlilbltx In listiubTroptcitl. .
? ure. many year* behind! the piogreK:;ive 3.40 pLv Chicago .Ar 10.30 a 7.WP.
j into s1-! toprther with $:i ar.d H5 ets. for pt.itfor prt-
I ? iaw. -i.ipter! ; :"J.74.; JJ.K-S ? .<
). ipe. : paid express and packing, or s."J 6 ettithtr : > 1 and 2 daily. No and lOdailv.Thr '

;qc .. j From the Tunes U ion.T. led it. b1' n-ij.ilri-d to register! : iiew ; MILLS, to us nr to the otik-i-of this paper ami a package r ..ngh sleeping cars on lUnd S to New ())1
Then fellow 'itizens. let the cans
u-.tding JJL& of samples will! I.e mailed j 01- i-e'udin ,\
E men of Narke remember that: se'-enil I; X. hooker Esq.. of Harlmv. at thoI I but on. use coil! itIV. 1 uiiIt -.tt'i.l that p>M linen tape mt>a it will be tl.f duly of t tin- upi-ivisor ofi A TftlCTLV VICCTAOLIPAULTLISS with the l'rr>vnetors f this paer a niiubt-r rftlusv l-'ui.iak Springs.
thousand anxtuuH sotilsnwait their action. I I rcqucstof the Lic.il Sub Tropical Comj ; fAMILT MEDICINE.PHILADHELPHIA. MANUFACTUREROK packages for -ale at six <-.>r t<. | SOUTHEKX DIVISION.
"f the ciiuntv to nl.t-im! : fii-in
+; and are looking for the nan. who will lead j i initlce,.makes the fi'lluiII:* inquiries: i reuislratioii PLY3ITOII HOCK PANTS CO. Shortest and quickest ronte Cirine'tvilU'. Ocab, '
ti t'\P 4 1 InI ik theicof the his of voter already AM DCAI.KU IN.iwetl : Lt-i .burtr. ansi tv all points it S. uth Florida.N. .
the way for the adrane mcnt of their in "Will the space: allotted in the Exposition ZChi'S. IS Summer St., IIotoi>, ItIn.'.
,. j registe.i-d. and to Copy tin sar.ie I into tinmw s. ansi 1 Drt-ss-i-d Vellow I 'iuitI > Lt'-i.i tip. Rad dowa
terwds.r building to .?ach % be in I .
-rj county propor- 4. Xf 8. .o'. soL
I Lituilicr of I) Ian and
books.t f\i-rv :
I I.et Inan 1 tion to amount of flock n gistration 1tia lAlOp Fernandlna. Lv 10.10 a- fc
jjot taken
: : us wheicwe by each
0 I Very respectfully, l,>ttalitv..and : THE STAR I 7. > a 2.45 p Ar Tallahan ..Ar ll.27pj
; will benefited ten thousand: fold, county? ILtIJa I.4pLrDaldwiu..trit5p-
4 I (\ M. t'oornr., Price. OH Dollar Lathi1'iklYt. ; lrarLeta. 2.0; p fi.30 a Ar Jack.-o".vnie.-T 11 35a 9 00 J i
,:.. >\herr air town will Will counties not be allotted
by < soon rank unong taking =- I 1.tt tuila't r.r a l.aspLv Baldwin .- .Ar Ii20 plO.05 f
iis-taiit A
: % the to exhibit AttoinyGfi.er.il. ci onv Newspaper supportintr th > Principles 4.0a! 1.00 p Lv Lawiey, .Ar LISp 11.34,-
moM flourishing and prosperous cities space their pu a!nets .vithmil i -iE' of a Democratic AUiuiiii tration
-- > 3.ls p Ii4.i p Lv Starke ..Ar ,J. 2p 11.47k
: of th,' South. Let tH at once appoint a charge for such hp.iev?" i At you value health r-er'iap* life examine each -fiil:! attention t Published I In the City cf Nw York. .15 p iO.3a Lv (;ainesvple..Ar 3.21 p 7.45$''
-*.:? Sp : to Fill-
r _. package and be sure you get the Genuine,e See : irtvi-n 3 :wp 7.i.OaLvCedarKe} .. Ar .3Sp 2.M''a. .:<>.
committee to collect in as neat n Mrqw as As the.se inquires msy have occurred to '; Southern Lumber Shipment*. thc red Z Trnilo-Mark and the full tale lug; (OnUrwitli: I ) -[ ; <-li. WILLIAM DOHSIIEI3IER 11.31 pLy Hawthoriie..Ar i28p LIM1.17a

; 'c po Mble. the sUtement.s. and exhibits I intending exhibitors in other counties iii interest i tisnires are iriv. n m front of Wrapper, and on the iiltle '' 11.04aLvCitraOraKe LakeAr'ifijp 2.0
Soiiuvery ng seal and > turepf J. II. Zeilin Ar 'Scroll Editor and ProprL tor. 102 we desire ti. .1 nke. and have it in readiness J the State. \ve are ivquestetl to publi Icioothcrjeuiiine Simmons Liver Regular Daily, Sunday, end Weekly Editions. lU'i-'p' tJa Lv Wildwood. Ar 4 Mp 43i
his arrival.Then. follow
on iug reply of the I)i rtetr-G encral!
iI : Xew York from .1.lune2S
pine :arriving at ANi IS I 4.15 p S:i' a Lv Pa. ns'>ffl ee..Ar 5.46p 10.8
fellow-citi/.eii let us meet Mr OFFICE OK Sru-Tiioricu EXPOSITION. ) to 14 1S7. It will b.smn th.it: 50 p S a Lv Sumterville... Ar 5.36 p .'"*"

,., Webb on his arrival with a spirit of the 1' jAfK oxvti.i.K. l-'la.. July ::o, iss 7. \ Fernamlina July he-ids: I the list i. i'hi more than Vegetable! and OrangeA I THE WEEKLY STAR, ?:i.i'-5p s. 7.17 7.5ia a Lv Lv St.Owensboro Catherine..Ar. Ar7OpIL57F 8.35: p 1 lOSS

-- advanced Let Mr. J. X. Hooker. Bartow. Fla. : l.oj: ) ;.tIUa Lv Dade Citr. ...Ar 7.ap ;I2P
age. m eng.itjo him to lung 1 l.tlM.OuO ft-et to h-r credit : An OnlinRiu' fle'lttiiiX to lie 1 A Sixteen-page Kcwsp&per, Issued 9_Upf S.4.> a Lv Leesburx Af 5.20 P 5J8

f:: p to the world our many advantages. | DKAK Sin--Your letter of 27th in>t. h.is from fs t. Iviiiiii'u'.ir at Iil.l e s,1!' HOJJS, CRAT S I I every Wedncacay.I I *.:>. l> S I.Sit Lv Tavares : .Ar.5.45p
IK-CII rect'iveil and noted. In I' ; ;7p 7.2:: a Lv Apopka .Ar 8.37 P *'
to A -
$. F. G.irdiner.K1XOSLET [ nner Ilrunswick. Gi . . . olH'.t'ot' ) CJoat Within tho t'orir.ttioui clean, pure, bright and Interesting ; 10 p 6.55 a Lv Or'and..tr' 706p abslhit.nghsls'esiingCarcon
your inquiries I would : SPECIALTY H FAMILY No.nd l lt *. *"
s-iy '! (1streston: S. C . . I..)95. limits of t the Tn-iVii oi'Starke, _PAPER.It w.-en Jacksonville and Orl.uido withoutch*<*

LI K! 1 Tlie space allotted in the Exposition j Daric-n. Ga . . . . 1.0.V2.20S i I'la. coTit.iina the latest Iowa to tie Lour ofgon. S ooe dollar a Jwrth. Xo- 7 an-l' S *daily. Sol '
I buildin will ALSO news, -
j ? not be in propoition to the H FOR sALE a.ad4daily.except Sunday.
A visitjo this beautiful sheet of '.-aJernnd 1 amount of stock taken in each county, but ; Fcnnn.liiM, Fla . . . 2.017,000Georgetown. .1 Section 1. I It s'.rill I bo t u.nvftii: for the to pr .sS ; FERXAXMXA.VXD JACKSOXULLEXRA53

the surrounding country is a treat S. C . . 110.IKM1 owner or ()'.\ -t tsot ,riho.: ., t-r l.oj, goitor : Agricultural, ; -

that cnn tit nppreciate (l-y allone who l will depend entirely upon the merit and : .Tacks-onviilc-; Fla . . 1 r 40.1o' :o.s-. horse ast i -ilo! ti! iinto, Market Fashion, : tL'aiiv- ) RC- 41 do's
4 a j* not totally dead to the beauties of nature. extent of: the tuip'ayThe proposed. Norfolk. Vii : . . . . '' r 1:11:1: or *triy at 1 irg.- v\itlin: tie corporate 3 ) C Household, : up.Xolt >.) 3. -. :Sot
On | management: are :anxious to get the limits i.f"l:: town.Sec. V -T. : 5.4' pi f< t a ..trJieksonvie-; 5SI 8.
the north slioro is the flourishing i Pas.-a-oula. Fla . . 4thOil} 1/5, Political, 1
ftil'es-t md most creditable : ::. It s! -.r Iv th"! iutv! : .if the i l.Up .(U a Ar Kern.indiua. S.t GAUP %

; 4 little settlement of Kui >l j State's ix>>ources t from section and .' [? S! Poetical Hurrtorous and At C'al'alian with t'nxnnuah. :r'rkaVt'.tcrn
.. find H ponttifticc, saw null -.store, church, every Port I hhsivat.{ S. C. . . ... :. Ol.'iSatilla. suit jb'e ; ..; -- -\i-i.i: -i": I t.> .v i. :'uv !i > *. I \ fcr.ilrtad, for savannah. MatO"lanta. >
.: lioteUml li !i : all their elTorts will be directed eneruilic.illy :.:s' tt. ...- :, -. :i-s. ;-r :r.-: ; f.-u'u i s OF Editorial I Charl.gt.-i Wftshi irtou. UiUUur X*
S dwellings. MrM\ C'. Ladd : (;a. .-. . / .-. l.3'T.iSavannah. \ 0 .. : : LIJK dJjEjSuitaWc DTirtTP'-it- under the dr"; <-, n of trained Vi.rk, Cnn.iui.iti. St. Iih.1in8.t' ftHu I1
the and impartially: to secure this rcMilt. 1O- > '. -;I ->' : i -A'.I'.I-.I: -.i I !;,:iitsi journalist* of tl.e h'urht-i-t ai.,jr. r .
18 post master. merebanT and sawmill Gi. . . .. I. .:. 1liHi.litiWilmington. i iiae points -t .ir : .
I an': .. .
.- will be : -:. :fv.-Ms! fu- :ft t : !iivnijrf' | will IKS faiii.d crowded w.;:> ;;i-i..d; things iaha
;. pr..pnetor, he alsoowues Nothing ch-irp-d for space for the : for ( >rur'tJni"s._ < j jn Lot 1 o
a great deal I X. C\ . . 31S.474 s !__- wjif.i i r lii lsst-.i: !ss..i-i : ;-! '-. : Su-an.ers- S
of land about this lake, both improved I display of county resources, tlie mau.igemvnt i ir'-i.U: :.- 'ii':: ;i.v inai'i _i i'. iiz; t.o: of I 10 s) aciv :r.n.l :p. ;i- ina\jsi' \vinte I fort-iii ralrtl writirs st'.ra1 of tctimi._
and unimproved.- The mill only n'sc-mnglhe tliseretion to cxI Tl-i'ks! uf hio.- : ll.eillilA :il: 1 (; otentile. Xr.v 1 -ly.I for Brooksvill'Uartow aijit Tampa" ? .-
saw is
i Kaflroail'
running Total .13.S74.S>1i At Orlai-do. with S uth Flonga fSanfonl.
on full time and things look I elude any exhibits which snag not In: - - - - --- } o-itd at thue i pulslie p'f \\ it'ui!: H THE DAILY STAR L'K.kfl.inaamiTAnita. -j -

booming. deemed of sutlicient i Of the ai)0ve:34: cargoes. HtWul; : 04S fi-el j said t<.\\n, nan; ot which -\i.\\\\ \:\ be a: th'. At C Klar K'-v. witU ViWamei- Govenj r St -

Knit bright fur this little "Garden olKdeu. excellence or appropriate C\IMP !lit' sail: and the balance. 2 >.'..473; door of the M 1 iyor's olliceuid 01Y: r.t I tiI .davaudThur diy or Knafftfa dTa r' .
: : for the Exposition :ii: fifir.-itue f'.Tn. I'- 1 CLYI Z'S Y'kKANtl.FLORIP.tST1hl"IIIPUXE. .
dot- dt the rirrs-.i.onder..e XE'A
utli.v. > [
r At h t.h I
I I p'M : ; ; : .t'i: :tl] '
feet by steam.-Mirro.i by ct'c fn> L"'H-| r..r .
n : i- ia. V.tniu and
Mr. 1'uddy and his excellent ladshiv L, i While we shall grat*. fully welcome ai'I isf -.ijd! nfievn
:' d h.tndvur.e place and the -sistanee that the State at larire car: i Weather fur illy. \\iiiiin 1 l.-d! s.il .:-.::. >, --:! ;: : --u- i :"i x ) rn',>Ns. IID) ; LOVKIAIAS: : : r, At V.ii--t y'. / .'., ; .- -r nrv cento:*, S-iKs; -ni rnatviii'c t xuid i IiItp1i'W' J
very urauge p-iir-'lei. .:.. .1 -ri".iiiii's. -i :II.: !.' ...ie. re'.i i me 'r'-ni.laeksn.iiiUe Fri.Lir. for ( arest-
the shore this ive us in the way of stock subscription ? < Sik. Uir.Iire':! ;.' r--und: al i ktii'lsr Tur STAII. (-: -. 1-1. ,.. : tollra L. N, Yoi"
on is : > -w
tf i a well cam:1 ; are indeblc'l to W. C. 1 U rl.T.si. nil 5x '. i: i-i-r -. .'.l. .1 .Lv t... t ;.; i ; .4-, lt- iSt.i. f'.1.. ; a

::4 for Kn4j attended place whereoiie can se. to carry forward the great \\oik in hntide ,. oftif-r at'tho ps\ for the foll.iwing sj.i-cijj>-ii I i.i:s '-ii-I h'-ti'-e-. ai.d imn-edi.i'! ;.: : ;-. -. The 1 !!.iy-.::' ---. y- :k'. 1. -.M r.r nnca' J sr! v Js-LAXD ROUTF.; .

all \\ do noti ish suchisfistUEce to tarn o\\r all pn coeds of sU'-u s.'jt.s \1' :-j,, F'Lf: .- I "r./-/- fell ann r :. .- I ST.-itrnr F 'i .r'-s. fr: ria
i ,. nmi semi
tropical / .
tropical! l'ru.t crspp weather : .
< f.r ; wileS
growing j it port July : 1 tr-'Hsuri-r/t-tAi- Sp ti.il it"" ; > -rti.K,-.:iu-ir;. iiuluinient *- : .ra> ar..t >atirnl.tv_ .nitt'ct
; pr-fu-i-ly. The hospitality! of the.NjrKol (. ( or limit in any manner the tuliest rej.re-; -1 Mean teinpi-r.itnrj fr m-Tith. 2 li' 'jesttcmper.iluie to'vn for. : iis u. c-Ipt ii.-1-' '-. ': r-r* '.. r.Ii I -* t'r :-,-;-:.:. :i : -
seutution of i I- >v (-..'- r -' I LtI Hrun.siti. .k.r.tsi. a s n.tL n
'. in-wple i is so great thit frieinN atu; resources ui-ty: !t. obi.-iin.. to date. UO. on the lth ; low -; Provi.led. tint: :tny oxvr.-.r or .v.ni.r.- : -it---: ; .; -.-, :-' :;vr ; A. I -t.-urr.--rs for, nui-.r.: 1iIs.friIhia! seW,
t-ven rangers wl h. to IinslcI.ak able from each com.ty. av stn.Ii imprnkd .r.m .!. r tiilini j i T9 THC : r -y'4am- -. ..n'. li.'t..nV.'ELTER (I. iiiLl:311".I : .
& pij < est temperature 1 u.iie, CO.) on the XlV.h I srx-.r.-, :'Rf r ,. i- .--i \,.K t -- it4S } I'AFY.
are sure In Uke advantage jt. and Tru-iing that Polk couuty will bo :11 tc'tnl f-ir I or :K-ir a_ --it, ;..j% ie5e-i-c- 'hes.'u bj () iNE; ( ) 1i..5, (.,..- : I':. ... ;- ... :A .. t rrac 3asiag-r. -
.. spimat precipitation month.: i0:; ( OLLhun.: : ; : .
lean bright star iu the of. confetfcratetcounties : P .' 'i.-T- ; .i- *- *'" chiri'c-s hc-ivii, I'r : -'- (3.
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a p ,. : sunsets 11 ; nur.ilur of.cloudy i: utitr i \-.< vue i. ; hich ch.rgvs; tsu- M..r.-isj C. i' 1 1Hli
--. their care, lure also! i< the piu-e! wficr t at fife Exposition, I rrniahj, ;. sunsets. 17: numlicr! of green, si, ,;] i'v : thetuv.. u tn-a-urcr: Lr1.: t) >< e. r.:: r.ia: :. >.i. 4- : f -.tni.- ). i:. tTERV.S >) 15. E.(k'is-ral siLrt.tn.art -
of i Vtry Tiuly Yours. : Or ThC UAIL.: ..TA3 MCCO-
n.iM the to
I t.ktit.s therefor.
stringers and r< c ipt
others go I ii ? thc fiom U:; JAMKS li. Si'I.. a.! ?!ltrshist! -.itlh!! be aliowel -,t C-33PTEMfl "
:' 'iiWr. Mr..IV.dy's : PAIXF -; ; wtl.: S'7, : E-i-vCir '
f ".
piet an< highest wind and date and uia-itio: 4: >r .ctv- ; ii-
; F "*: bath 1 ou.v..Mrs. I l>iiwtor-Gener.il. | tt rtt c. rr slav f >r !iut.-z_ anil.rn.tt-. aR-I t ..->!: .-.\'"-> -t-i 'il.'4.4. Wj-h I va.T.rij 'i.r-t- : 1iavwtL. i.i' .q.----------------- *
.. *. j p .; miles; an hour-.southwest-on the 7th'prevailing ; and CO: i rer..- e.r: t-tr.liy f.'t iiurs<'J. aorir.Klis ..- in"VLr*'.. < Uvt r T d.tv. -'= :.,'.r-, "- :r
S. II. W. Strong lisa beautiful fi-r TKVHElIT'f :-:. by: ,without 5r.c.tay. -.- r......3 ft3
.. resi- direction of wind sonthwes: !t I tlie li-uiin::. !kti'piiiir: an i

lI (1ec directly opposi.c .and a well cart( number of clondy .Liys. 9; itmibor 0:.- cine_ of s.'Mh- witiitinMiuu! [ lc :. t. r. Y.-nn_'. tf-icher r.fj!nr.! S. ".<-<:' Addr.u, TkiL iT4tI ,
L : :- far lund surrounding it. Mrs. < J Tn the i'orctrcougres.. *: Jti"i; iini ;!b-.lar.ce .sf prpcee'l1k and Ih- X'.nnul J'--i"ew Yor'rf
; % iron(. clear davs, 15, nnnih-urof fair a tv. 7. .-t's.l-.s .- '.i :.. A. t. tv..r- <.f riv> t.1is>:c-s-. H-ynt-r !l.-irn-
: a11.1 OW| fl.e flersdj.the "I inc.. :i ::!ttnr payin.r .
.t : v several otlicr improved place 5Jpfei.il to Xtws VUC ,ilts. enwitioc.. :Mi.--! I r".-a't..'tt-l) tr <>f In-
; -:: : i-\t.- -j r-.vi'jc-i-hall be pallo I -rarn-r'z-t! iin-l Vo : Miiai--
-tmv.-UeJ't.vu <-a an-1 Catt'-t.-j-<. -
,! 'nKmt : t.I14.&ry'
1ait1 T.LltA5EE
I Mrs. tn| lakt r Jj vtlbllo the i-'vj.ir.-: -. -stuck or anitiiai sold ti-jianoi'-r.t will Ibarra u'c I in Jue I 'J '4LJ4ra.i :
t- Strong k.-ep, rr nas appomteil the follow in \ ITCIir-- < IutereM te. '5. .V.: r- -. till-.
in : : t-f
propen\ d j j BT" !-i ipris i-r- A -
got. i.tnj 1 i cost 430 ..
\Vhc-nffi : piano u ill .eA! for :27.Hiilcli ,
L coadiiinn and rfjuLtC'tir r? -fn --i ia fI-- 3aLc .> .. _' wit'. .
n prVr. Iie j. i tletnen to represent the Slav | t-E i>; > > la i u.ci. >r -iv'ij '
;rr financier a i pr ri iul.n ss'-ving to and the l <. ( .ai til1t PaN.-x.' :. .: a crib uita:>'.t: for cltiM -igetl from 2i
*nd condu.-ts hr at the American : tnepuouc) nis'i.r le1iWires jsUi.Lao! : .ry; i'-pted. j'-
bnsiu.o Forestry I r>a a > ;. .
'., >- bimneai P'1Uciple.J will JH held in ] coTs rts*, wt:a it is indeed refresLiug to know ij-,; u.r-v: ; tk-e. 7. 'lljv f.r&-rs:.:: .rdiutuces slial:I 1 extra.I-R. ii-K>J. convfCtvi.t V.-r-rv. wtswaii n'ni pijtvt:j t iri"ufii boarJ.! i to 10 years cost *? will --.4 for >3.r>0. Commercial CoiiggeSSSSf

c- ilr. KM* Spn gfiekl. U- Srpu-m-! r ar.re'u! end jo into c jiti t on iZ.i! :titer: -Aui"jstil. lUti:,, very ciivap. in privacy "jiiies. j Baby carriage cost $15 wil11! for $5. Cheapest Best atrimifotfij- d' .
i ie 'sed.
.; ., a Rcnrenua of large twaut|s ]t 14. 15 ansI it;. 1 7 to wit .is iliustr.tu-d by the Y 1:::':'. xis: .i r, .1U't J'I Tar choo! is plastntvStnat! !. and ?tark 'I Rtgb.'s*na or lt iJi1.J-i'.-k-'j L ( *>
htt4y from Wisconsin hrn. Colonel W. I united eDclorsf mt-ut of Dr. Hrtc-rs ij- ..v.jTuiik prfvtits -,- i j'* n<.>te l.vate.1 L. Ci
her iploy. rrofes rrv term a* in the
aod k C or s II. pcs-t. in
preparing to 'I nJ Lifer PiiU b .:\ --. : I'or perfect order. AddrsMRS. t S hI&tSSAm. Cu ..
the 3itvnr.
-rrect himself larg e Curtis jyml Hoi ,(;. KnrU > ftitiircisS ,.j f or particulars apply! to

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killed : :
lt1 an HAMPTON -- -- --
GLEANINGS. ] OranjrSeasoo, Near atI
CITY alligator three feet and nine inches arts in tcccipt uf an O(: well -- CARDS '

: ttf' long at the crossing between Dr.Powell's Fodder I'lnnty of and-.bowers nu Ion now.-ham-sting are about ||I 1'.lou"I.,1 n.-iry: lipe. jtre-'entrd\'r'I liyMis. DR. A. .l.-SC'otT---M. j LQV j.. W'TKiOVKt1! :

and Huk{: this'alligator) lal'klmrJ. of Hampton ditnct.whiclr .
fine. over. .
, : I was taken C1'1111 lice of over 2.000') .
has been [ the
haunting: creek
---- for Kveiini.'rriouucl : Late from i Michigan. .
well. : parties :ue quite fashionable nice bright fruit 1 the eohileii tnb.-t .
, lookiiif '
T Crops are ----. some time. here now. The ynllng folks enjoy cal btser.n upon this pioperty situ 111..1 KI.SIDI\T PH"SICI.1) I ISUHGEOX. .

", Base.Halls & Hats Morgans- .:Mr.i: A. K1itt.. i is turning; out as I lH'm'cry! flUid !. ,IWe on the Avenue hll\.tl liamptoi. :an.I' Palace\ Dry Goods( Stodfirr.A
4 Lad; tinpleusme (if a ( fioni Mr. ; ,
work in the Lake Xa\u" Fonio f the biggest :
; The town was foil!! of Drummers good carriage: line, as Wanton S. Webb I la-t Monday. M. { -.-
peach /nd fruit trees, in the Male.
of the "UHI .I"ollahll'.
:. Wednesday.. any larg-r cities. There is no W. informed us how freely South Florida We ..1el: ins .
are to refer to ST.AREE :
.. always pl.asell t -
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reasonliy all who have occasionto had given in their orders for j .
'Vb e vnt.OU new MiWribers: representtiou *- district a- one nf the b<"-t portions of Office nn.'askins'(: Drug Store. :

buy a wagon or buggy should in his great Florida Exposition on m.lfM'll.'lly.' and haul to beat within c: t --

t-. o.nc('. --- -- not buy) it at home.COMMCSIJCATEDI. Wheels. We regret very much not to the borders of our State.gOT4. TATE. POWELL, M. D.> .'

;.1 Hot LadieTFrench and AimruinKi.l .--- ------ find Bradford one of the best counties in --- ---- After an experience of twenty ycari: in

: Shoes to R H. Jones'. ( the State represented. the practice of his profession has no hesi Domestic ana if ancg' ||vij Cioo&s
: go Mr. J B. H. Jones on r'o\ ('riJO'o .There 'u one convolution however that tancy in promising the latest and mOstlcientitic ,

r .:. "County Commihaionrrs sj.cMt) :3i' from his sickness has concluded that should Mr. Webb's efforts this season services. treatment to those. asking hi

days at Butler! this week.= life is too lonely and has left the cityto prove successful he proposes to put forth Calls to the country promptly"attended. TfJUie: Good :Traces, 3IiGENPS iIllue :".

)look for exertions another thus Diseases of females mid dlildrl'u.8p'cial.-
greater giving -
a year.
i' Tlie mail train from the north partner, one \\ ho vil1u1i1.se ty.

]late'on Wednesday him through the trials of this Bradford another chance. Ofilc., at City DingStore, or at hi* .
Wl1I i several hours wicked worl 1. The ladies of I But it is certainly had policy to be behind P residence in last] Starke.COMER AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES .

young .
in this ---- -
contest. --- -- ------
i-0; kinds at
-bo. ( ;, of \V. H. Rivers. this towiuoiight. to be ashamed to ]let More sport on Lake: Xavaire. ,:_9 r L. PKKXTATTORNEYATLAW \ FINE CLOTHING.

-' Mr. Jones do this. He has always Mr. V. J. Geiger caught a trout List f$4

Old newspapers forsale) at this been a ladies man, and we fear that week that lipped the scales at 12} pounds. & NO- .

hundred. his new t will have her )Ir. J. H. D.ivis showed us some linr TARY -
oflico at 25c per .partner hllltlsmore '
specimens of new last week. \ CAEMLLTin I
merchants ] in their than I full to k ep the ladies STAHKI BUAUFOKU COUNTy FLORIDA.ABSTKACTop .. I
Our are laying These were the first we have seen this
from devouring l him. ru.YiIderjic. TITLE and Heal IN .
fall stock. -- --. season. tutu I law a Specialty.AI : .
% ,.. Our townsman Mr J. M. Allen lea I stracts furnished showing every Deed. cal

I Fine Line; of Pen and Pencil We have been having plenty nf rain, a few days ago, on u business trip to St. Mortgage, Lien Tax Sale, .Ju gment. At-

Tablets all eiz.s at Morgans Bazaar. the fodder has been damaged badly. I I Paul, Minn. lachrneul Record & tile and affecting all matters Titlea of of Heal Public Es- Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker

Cigars at Morgan's Uazaai.: Fred sacks a coon about once a week.: :. .X. U.LAWTliV tate in Bradford county Florida up to '

; The weather is very warm, still a couple date Abstract.. : Stare Fla
4 View Knives at Morgans azaar. "Kil'POWDER .
get spliced once iu a while. NOTES. forF'JiE 1NSUUANC E !
The cow of the ordinance 20vas Miss Chat sinter of Miss Sallie Headquarters: EyiIAYINtJ LOfATKI St.irfce. in the hritk building formerly occupied by C
., J, part Green, One more Floridian. On Tuesday representing I the Liverpool & London&. E. Wyiiisin. 1 respectfully solicit work iu my linelrnm tie citizens of the town and surrounding

'$ repealed l at the last councilir.ceting. who attended school m Starke, was married morning, July 26th. a son was born te Globe Co. -ount\_ All wik warranted. Charges. -luoderate. Roofing Gutters andI.eaders
. >'> ,' last Sunday. Miss Chat was one of Mr. and Mrs. George Stokes weight ten M. KKL1SLE a. specialty. *'
"1' those good little girls that fellow 111113. _ FILLED.
any pOll Justice of the pf"lU'Cor Clay County, __ .__._ h
'> Bring your job work to should be proud of, Our best wishes to On Monday of this week Mr. and Mrs.J. Absolutely Pure. l1l rI iSa.wili THE BIJOU .. .

J office, and it will be neatly and herself and husband. Crawshaw. Jr., left for a visit to Utica, 'hi'powder iiwvcr varies.. A marvel give prompt attention to collectio ..s an.l MEN'S1)ONGOLA
} other lejral business.Kingsley .
cheaply ( onc. 3Irs. Felix Geiger, of Muldleburg, diedon N. Y. The next day Mrs. John Nobles of purity stiemrth all 'wliolehOineiiessMore Fl.... June. lS8L3in. KID A. L. Von KIRN Fine Calf .
ci-o'ioinieal than the ordinary .-. .... .-. ._.... .. .- .- .. .....-.- .AIligat. r.
}/ -- tlc 20th, she leaves a husband who is with her two children, left to spend the *
,: J The fourth nine of Starke won the kinds, and c-.nnuit l he .od! in rniii]pen t'ioii
, tutaly deaf and two sons who will no summer and fall near Bloomington Ill. with the iis'iltr-iid:t *' of!' lo\v. testS.'short F. J. FIELD SJlOUS $2.50. [Kangaroo Hand &c\rt
1 J ..ilink stand, the score stood 20 doubt look after their father they have It bespeaks a good degree of prospeiity weight I alum I of ;>hosphAte! pO\nler8. -

J to 4 in favor of Starke. all been very attentive membrrs of the I on the part of the colonists in Florida that der Sold (oulv.:o.'lO'JWall-sl.X; in{;<-:ttm s. It,>.rU: \Ihkilr BRICK MASON'S WORK:: & Ladies vho have been BOOT. AND SHOE STORE, Shoes made tiJ order. $ .OO.
t and :
Methodist Church. they are able to send ithcir wives North in April 17. 'N(!i.i wearing :>
::1 Misses Belle and l Etlilyn; Richard -1'.,.\STI<:HI:lt. .
There is not much sale for beef cattle the summer so much as they do. Shoes, and desiring Also Complete LiD1j of men,

.. : t. f-j-cnt: a few days: this] week, at the down this way.Mr. Mr. Walter Todd has four LeContepear i STARKE MALE AND : ALLWORKCUARANTEED.BOX .i Economy. Style Llll1.S'1ARKE. ,; ; . .

;: j.opular Wortliington Spring. Sheferdek is clearing part of his trees, which have been planted rive years. 41 STARKE, FLA Comfort should try :1 i '.Vomes, Misses. Boys and

:. t Misses Meta: and Annie Holt of 40 in section near Lakeview. Irom \\hichhe netted this year exactly FEMALE' INSTIUTE July 30 'ti7. If. i pair: of this! Celebrated -.- f

: Crops are looking very well and we will twenty dollars. He would have receiveda i line of [shoes. Ladle 'FLORIDA Children Shoes'.. come_ %fld i
. Jacksonville are spending a few days .
have the biggest yield of corn that we sum greater than this if he. hall not STAllKI], 15RADFO1JD CO., L. C. HULL French ( Kid h\t.-! .

, in the city at Capt.- J. X. Jones'. I have had for years.I shipped to a certain house in N. Y., from I'14O1UI" ).\. I $.t 00. :hem.

'. The tax this year will only] be 11 hope to send in some new subscribers which he obtained a lower price than other Will open Monday September, .>. 1SS7: ;. CONTRACTOR & 1SUILDKK.STA11KE .- -- -

; before long. houses reported right alongsIde. and continue ten scho laMic. mouths, divided M.L'Engle. W. A. Lt t
mills in this county, a reduction of of { }'IJ.1) \
V. Ott into a Fall Term four .
11. T. Mr. George one of our prominent .j /v
i.- (v / >
1 3 mills from last year. j and [i I Spring Term of six months- 't'fr'1cc 2.11 y.r i I ? I
II KINGSLEY NOTES. fruit growers got better returns for HATES of tuition :.O(, sj.)0.: ) and L.\X .and speciricattons furnished onsho & .)
18 '.r There will be- 1a'c-illJI game Three good showers and two his pears from Boston than he did from 4.00 per month payable: at the end of rt il(>tiCe. Carpenter work solicited -

t 1'Ctween the nine and the big ones any other city. His host figure was $2.10net each month. \In-ic. :].:(o) per nmnth.NO and ;Pl'lll:lilly attended to. HENRY A. L'ENGLE Manager. W..-:. BA Til Ct a.J.A.cIo3yJL1'1ic

: .t : McClcnney every day for last two weeks. for 3 peck crates. .11'lhwtiol nvidi-: for any pupil finiu I Hand' iriailu biick for sale, cither at the'

I.: Starke club, Monday at this) place 31 r. .J. C. Illanchaid: has returned from time of ciilerinu! .! to einl of h-nn I'XC'I'pt"filprotlal.tell kiln iir ilelivt-rcd! at I the (telif't. >" : .1.i""" .
odd. Mrs. Hill and
Mrs. Dr. have
Sayles sickness or l spuul I :: >i'j "tf.H.'b."MsOH.
St. Augustine in rather health. I lie I agree July ISO.
IfI i The hammer and the saw is heard poor been active in their good oflices in behalfof iiii-nt. ) ..... .---- .- ---r. .-.r.r. -
is however.Mr. .
,. nt all times in little the! unfortunate family: who were so Ilill.eni.oYIrl a nu.,t <'miipi.-knl WI.I. IH) A GFXKUVh bLINKING: BUS1XKSS.: : l'KltSirs: RECEIVED.: COUF.CTIOX!
Id our city, some Sasstc h.is decided to erect a handsome i : .. the I'liii'-ipat! I i i-- ;-n.parcd : : *
lmvnd ( ; I M \ii i iT usu.xf KAT.S: Ill" I-JCIIA'JE.: .
1'8 I very fine lmildingsaregoing_ up. I house here, his hill for lumber is completely < out by lightning a to offer cvciy :advantage: !I'o tlmso\ desiring I --- -: n ___ _.__... .... __ __ __ -rIt
I few days ago They spent several days a thorough :and education .
or now in the hands of the saw mill man, practio.il. STARKE, FLA.HOl'SK ..
Starke must certainly) have :i pro- sewing and othei wi-c assisting to replen- at a low cot.Instlu'tioll. : .
and the contract for building has been TTII
gre.sivc streak, t is talk of two | i-.li their wardrobe.As I thorough. PWIC<'guiranUcd. ; : ; ami Ign Painter. Kalsoinin.: :'WORTHINGTON SPRINGS !
1Icl'e. 11
let to Mr. lilnuchunl.: : I An early entrance and i icgular; attendance hanging neatly executed. .
usual the I UghJni.igrut: w>:ne paper
i queer
; j' new newspapers starting nt once- ; especially tle.sin.-il. 'Ol further
The saw mill stalls on Wednesday next i Oidrrs left at Thetar1e Telegraph -
I capers dining t that memorable storm. I information : .
altre's.r Ollioe will receive atten
with ordeis ahead for several monthsWe prompt ---
p Little Jim Jones has the thank Iru. One bolt lan down litt'c pear tree the 31. (!L A KK A. I B.? lion. llefcrai.eejiivtn: if n quired.Aug. .
the wheels \ .
of the TKLKURAIIH for the firstPomcgrauite I are always pleased to see whole length and shot out into the earth, I Iwll r
" l'l: of the) season. .1 go round, and generaly. take a hand: in the l'hpoUII.J up fifteen feet high. Yet .\ (;i. 7-tf. Plindpal. ----. -. -. ._. -- --- -.- -.-. --_-_- tin IH'alltifnl'alll.v'of I\) Santa 1'\.. twcntv-t\-c miles south of Starke, i is

'r-1 I business our.c\'es. the tree shed n! sign of its visitation i I t. .- iCHE'.Stt'I) E'rIE now oj cn for the !:'-"I'f'IUl1: of visitors. TO the overworked or otherwise

:k There is to bcdTcr.-hei-s Institute Our public school'has now been in except scorched l lavcs; and a sheet of I IIU"i n"11blo to Hit* Toilet1'ropliylactic i I Iti-atltord- Lodiu.. .12 !' -I II : <'xhau:
p this operation some wcel, and all are n.uch I :i Darhys : Fluid curc, ch-ising.: -A .\. :U. igtiI Lr e"IIIIIUIIIo'ltOIlS- aUd"1 I )1 1 1JI'I'FT'L(; and EXHILARATING BUT KTREXGTHENINft
iIII Juld_ at I place on 13th, Major bark not as large ;ta: in in's baud; peeled \ i
III IIII 1 inflo.n iti of !II! kin'1 Satinl.ir. iu rufli nmnth..hn.
< H
: pleased .vith our sprightly 3011111; teacher eruptions : i : m; ; I ami IN YIGORAT.ING anti i in'ttmc the
allt digestion -Jto
Russeil :: expected tol be off close to the giound. Another bolt I I :\ 11\1.1.. L. W. KK-KLITEB 4 promoting ,
"4 present. I I'i Miss Mary Aannau. of Middleburg. The I cures i intaec: I 01 sore eves; relieve. nuns .:,' r)1. I Mstem zrenQttlly. ThfMirroundinran., plea ;mt and thie1rive. front Sftrk",
struck t the ground iii'ir a somalI: )
orange --- -- --- --- -
I The first ) \'lIprlCthe; 8lsoIl1] school has some twenty scholars! ; i iu rejju tree but did not touch: the! I trunk or limbs; from bites or St ti iig! of i..serts: anI I sore I-uUc- View I. ili.. \-> (>1 "I F. A .t. :.1! 1 o\er a tiTle undulating'! country of hill! and hammock, romantic_ and inter-

1: I was held at the residence of Col. \V.AV. lar attendance and those who arc not it: irerely scorched the outer leaves; on one feet; de:tr..ys all 1 1 taint t of iirs pet.iti'iii or I Regular! :?.i"'-' jug-. ,".-.n'l and fourth ('sinTh( table will alxminl with the very besf the. (country afford and

, attending are mis.sing the best school we pffensiv.' smel!! finiii tte! fed or any pail Sat" llll'.1a.11: 1II'1II1ltI'.k.' : no lain will be spared to make OPT uesls c mfrtab e. Charge for board
1ft Moore on Monday night all ic- Srirri.unr.tr; ; ; ( II..ai-n NortTHur
: ', 1 have: had for years. side.Mr. of the body; clcarisus and whitens the ski II j Secrctaiy. "'. Mast'r.LMP'l : will I be :20: _per mouth, or *6 jur* w'eek. Children and.nurses half priciv:,
I 11. Al'lcn I
:;: port a good time. brought your correspondent Used as a dentifrice, it purific- the breath: '
: Mrs. Fred Smith is on the invalid !I ; --- -- ---- -- -- -- : .J. Proprietor.
few but the some -p<-ciinein of the (JuadaIoup preserves ih": I aIl Iirl',, tntlhadl; ; ). OHOMK: OF RED 31KN. -
I'l.t1 -
: The young ladies all sympathize list, for a days. "visiting I -
It is i I
committee have; called aud report her <: melon pear. a singular compound I sore guns: and! ciiiler: .\ litthof t I I tin Fluid O.scioi.Tr.ir.K: No. 1.1.\.Council From.five years personal observation 1 ita'vc iiniforndy found patients
: with Mr. .J. \. Alvarez] for his hurt
J better. ; grows on a bush winch is so low i j in the water u-ol. in b ithi.ig; i i.very" refrosh-. I Fires kilulled eachVcibnesday's Sleep, 'labonng: under des|)ej' Tsi or any derangement ot the digestive organs much

;: .n Monday night, and( none more I that I the fi nit 1'u-s on the ground frequently and beneficial to th, at their Wigwam. St.-uke, Fla. the of the anti have noted
lag : : I water
Mr. )Maxwell our artistic painter and I l'leliIUj 'l'i l'IlHrtllh,' 's cordially! : l I invited to I I !lelAtULhst use Worthington Spring ,
: & that the lady who did the damage.: : surrounding it in u complete circle like ; Sick. 1.ln" Mc'lfiNNiCK im iu of chronic rheumatism "and neuralgic troubles fromTfsitV K :
grainer. is back again: for a week or so. atteml.: <.;. \\ com'eiiifnts ras-es .
a necklace: 'u of the size and shape of a 1 --- -- -- -- Saclieuu A. :M. POWELL, M. T).-
the hotel
first at
. while the coat on big
:: a Read the new ordinance in I this I is gorse c-gg wh"ii fully developed'I. and of .1.\:. )1 i lION, Providence.. FTa:. .J t1lU f: 1 IRST. : July. 16, '8' tL 4

: issue, and cut it out to past: up it is I :;1.H Augustine\'eralne\V boats drying.are in for I a pale creamy tint tn-aked K-nuthwKc I The Reason WhyAyer's :,, ---Chief-_. -of-.-Ue-nrd-: --.--*.---------- I .- ---.--.---.' Cotton.LatfB rod Con-r m Shoc Akyonyp.tflprf1irrzi''i )hrI I
progress I with purple. Tl'c pulp i< solid and M-cd- 7 '-.LUI$ : VNs! a. SIIOK or the JA3IK4
important for stock men to of fine I r-- -Ia) IiUe: >i) 10 I. : : :_. :S3 rOK.mccnrJinstoyuDrnceJj. rotltlTtly
and talk
; t very lake some a large I that
our ,
less, and I of a pi-culi-ir lliv; .r; :about like Pills are so popular ( -' V <>. <>. 1-'. M..", every Fri ; :' .e.lllIc uilt.a oLrtampeppear3 plaint?on tho.. E:
rememhcr.I steamer for business as wellS pleasure. I while always reliable as a cathartic : I:' ni.'ntkt iKl Ktiioivsrn .
: I a muskmelonith a slight dash of! vinegar .. p t" 1.11. ,Mseiil. h"ttJ..r.I ::1,1 .\ :: "-'JAMES
I W. C. L.LAKEVIUW medicine, they never leave any ill ,','nHall MEANS
tiimfc.1 t.
I in it.1 I the! first Americans do I :
I' I..iUle1" I'owellsonof Ir.M .. ; l I effects. This is because they are purely F. J. I-'n.I'. J." (. ff.tVXES.i \
DOTLKTS not take kindly to it bui it t to be Si-trt't.ii\-I i'' 4:. NobKCJrand.O c \ .- $4 SHOE
l : i seems a and free from i : --
Powell is learning: the printers) trade: : vegetable, entirely calomel I .\. !I. >TT, Vice-Urr ii.iIUii ; ;
I Mr. and Mrs. S. \\ Wilkins came backto j p vi ry pi oper fruit for this climate and for or auy other dangerous drug. In I F) -1 Y VTut not wear to long as tha .
in this ofiiee and he leja
. : will"soon sohe : Lakeview to their h'ime.stMd 1 from :t 'Ilhe heated term i in particular, the not dis- all cases, therefore, whether the patent ( I)1tflCTORY. :! .-/'J' tt: jVES MEANS

q 1 can set type quite 1'i\l1''11 y- I Augutinc. Mr.! Wilkins to recuperatehis j agreeable: ) acid rendering valuable as an, j Le old or young, they; may be confidently -o.o _._.. t. \1 .

, 3: tg One brilliant I'U'CI.'Shas turned I health. .\ testimony of J.ak: view I anti-bilious llet.ckllowlellClellts. I administered. i \111'11/1111-! m'h(1h'hl.: 10 f /; I ia'&i 3 9u's .
1 In the Southern and Western States, I 'J' ) ( .
also due Mr. JI"1J r..rnr' II m.vTc frt h
\ to i1 I*
nr l,5 ar 'II.
are i
i= t the }head of heal tl util imess. Sui vu-i-s tv..l'Illltl. i ;"t i It i a. ii,. and .. .
of brilliant y
one our most where of the liver are so t-1 I %' -Jk .." 1 ail'! -r) t- rut i.r n x.ttiii.t mure d.- "I'i'Pt'tVIt
Mr. .J. A. Maxwell returned from St. L. W. :::1) les :aud Mr. Alden for seasonable ; derangements at M 1'. m. I I1.jllt.! hl'e:I.t Tiu -d. y at I )- .,.;ltc. t:.. .1.\-.H.S jiKVTvS i'i srioi ('.r $J 'I.. his
; contributors. much general, Ayer's Pills have proved an Inestimable : i w .-1"1011f.'I.i! it rrjnrtallnn I..r t'totfo.rt
we ) J..rm.nI"IIC
l''grrtn'l') Augustine last week rather under the and judicious samples of their II D. W. Baiue, New S p. III. Prayer im-tt'.mjjf Tliursd.iy at s r.. FJ ; JJI''I '_"! r...1('.::.,'-.tiv,I..'i:4 "...:!:rr r'u! 'h"'CTrr'.wnlafhe

: to.lose one so brillianty: ( ). I I weather but is so much better now that strwl1enj I' wines j very recently I ought Berne, N. blessing.C., writes : I l(. III. '' ,xl"h" '' '-c." ,.'I{ Itcr I:. 'It'.,.it..11..:!..'!I....tJ)''.:"3'No'r.impi't hit, fr-lux.tvrs am 1* Kkl MfJO| Slid a1'rr"0. t7flIh. .
ip I \' \\:1j.I:: ; :' nisi!it ":' '.r-.M-. *TT'II'Hi>t Jt,V 5a he l.t' at across Lake Kingsley.Hev. to They arc both of I: sspiing's suffered time with stomach "o.-.lU'IL\HI( 'O I'.isror. ,.. ..'.
W Any ()Iie who would like to exchange can push a > wrier. I a long I f Ii "+ t s':; r.'nr". V.. !'r.y: art that In titty filar ye- -
(pit 'I S. II. Cummings; left J"I'ILthe vintage consequently not and liver troubles. 1 tried various remedies SIlI1,1a1..1 l !':::t'!Ol. III. :1.t: ; J JI '. .i.in'm tf4. Sli < i i. "Iu lJto th. SIt
a light one Ifoi-'M for al.1 but reeehtd until I \ I ;1' 1.h1 J'.I' c"--1; -:;.. < -.t'u'i ).". hiiln-rto r**> rrUfffd at. .. :
I : r. wagon I I fifth for the North"{ l"i .it the various I devoid; of u certain rawness which willdisappear I commenced, no 'lnctt. These .1. rilAS.; KUMIAKfl.: -'lp"ri'aI'"I'mt: /1 Ii? t." It >. i ;..t'i, f p 111,1 pnlalrt.f.... nit. .mju. .
taking i \" "I' .tiit";, tp'm ''.I.' It flt 11X'r.
i51- .r lumber, can do s.) by applving at I camp meetings in session, in the lIIterestofI ; ; \\hC'1 they ;arc ripe: but they an'IIolh pills benefited nie at onlc. I took them :, CItEltTI: .! N. -t.\: rrt.a..un'ro ; i ..-r.. .. pr--r'lt II'. -r r:r.nr"'* f>t ..t-rraklng In ? toting. 'I'
I I months, and It t'J'" i J :.-* f...;: '. -, i| hm..
,-4' thiv ollice or toV.. C. Lidd. I I the Pu-acheis Helical and Chatauqua i ) very pure sound wines. Mr. :a'les'I regularly for a fcW my 1 1:11 I IJ' 1 ::1./3 .1._.;:, '; a J. .'. >.v>. *.intV Cry IntM ..
health completely .
I was rstorel. I rAirisiM-itijisi.; : I t .., : J .t : I 0 I. :.!;Pr I.nt. I' t.t' I.vo'k bHa
: The little ; ; ; I Harry[ be located at Lakeview. wine is rella"kahl.deal.! h-iving! 1 hjcntwice I Throughout New England, next to ': I.t .I" ..,'..: ,"I"r"; .t 1-hf'f'o T..IT r..rlC'_
Ilt'plu'of I ; ServUvs at I il a. in and at s p. in.i P ...4'{ i.: t ? r..n ;' t ,; tisr !.> I..:> ,*M. roaceby:
I It t
.\lr. Jas. Finmore left list; S.ituid.iy on racked off, and 1 light, colored I ; yet it i lung diseases, Stomach and Bowel I .. "- .4- I.o. -v-:. .i nvr. r.''..rt.th'. ypa!, by the
;: AVilson was lro\\nc-d at Satilla Bluff I t 1'iaver ruwthm everyVi iliM'vliy ) .. r
: tll" t.t
=: t: \ T "'' ". -! 4 IIr8 .t.t 1i
business to be gone 3 weeks. "May they has I saccharine, unctuous hodsIdchi i is Complaints are the most prevalent.Dyspepsia :- ( ,,, .,. e-. ..'... | wi will plmttietm
t'.p t. r ?' i j an.
t;: last uinlav. He J 10() old I I ; s ). m. I It.! TALJIII! : J Ilo D Pa!for.j ,.,. .. .. .' .. ,if .-
was Tcmiory
years ( I to those who prefer tile. Ti. ,1 "?.r .1'10. : : r t't:5-a :-T- -v :? !' 'i!i. 11 any i-tats or you
be 0 short ones. satisfactory bllly. .. .. . .. ... ....
I j Suniljjy, ScliMol moots 'v'rv Snn-hiy "ca' ( -: A : :7 : \;Ii LL-iI 115 0",11..1.
I .. ., ,.
t:. ../ ; ".. and the only soii.v. I' And now )[1'. Sheferdek is building a Spanish type of wipes. Mr.[ Aldcn's sunp'e ; niinntiit : :tt! !ti!: I ILi. .."rk mrri I., .l-..!'....s J=I.-.S'.."I"...!. -..1..,r..,'.-I.-ah'b.1.-ti.-- J.Es rEAJS & C 0

: :.. I boat. "Suthin's '" I bears higher color due probably: to amoie :, and Constipation are almost universal.Mr. I w"rL: .'r .;, .r..' .. ..'.. .'_: /.'.": ..
.i IIII-L71t1 up. .
.r; Miss Emma llu Mr. I 11. P. a Gallacher, a practical chemist of j \. ( II.II'II"'rilll"llllcut"( ; M.i.4-) .u'lor.-"r-i":.'' : .iit..iijUcu 3 1 ,.l L 41 .ncw.nw.. rooston'M.b -... .
I Sunday at 3 p. in. Itev. S. II. Cummings advanced( stage: of ripeness in t.e I! F. I It.: ?d 1lW\X.I Swntjiry.Seri .

Trimble are about tf form a partnership : j I'aptised Fredjrick Charles 2nd. j beiMI-S-and; as it was not treated: with so Koxbury, Mass., who was long troubled I ---- Full line: of the above Shoes for sale "by
"Af I' I with Dyspepsia, writes : :
home) say for lift-, while ot1ll'1's'I', youngest son, of )It.. and Mrs. I high :percentage of sugar it retains :i I A friend induced me to try Ayer's ; l'HESBYTtltl.c'IIFW'IL: : ( I

declare it is only a newspaper.The ]I i Chas. II. 'Ilat hc1'. and Win. Jss. certain wholesome and tonic ruciwswhich ; j Pills, and, after taking one lox without ; i. es t'\t'rv other :-1I11b at 1 II 1 :. rn. J. G. ALVAREZ, Starke, Fla.PlliK. .

1.. .r .. :. .' Co" !! son of Mr. and .Mrs. II. II. Thorp.Id 1 allies it more nearly to the cltss of much benefit, I was disposed to quit : 1.: I n. :MATTirK.' ; i i'.r. '
) / ) F. R..alll. I I them; bat he urged perseverance, and : -_--.- --.-_ .- -_-_ -- -
oI o.larea':1 i I to see the bright eyes of the little youngs light. dry wines Both of them are highly I before I had finished the second box, I SI111'aylIoI! : every :..III.hat !.:-o 'Oj .

1 : opted the new card tickets, and have I! teis while the ceremony was being i tier .' I creditable a; muiden; efforts. I began to experience relief. I continued .t. 'in. -I. )P. IMtAlT I: j\ j Cctton: D3.wa. I

;' \ placed a very hand.some cabinet to j formed made man} an older person i be- I <5. 1'. 'I used taking eleven them boxes.at intervals Suffice, until it to I say.had Sil;w:at' HIIjat. .. K. Dulili; I am plr-i-il f'' rjinr :.\. I ,
I t I f."' Sirii"it..inl! 1.!)& p'l.iiii-:. :I h lIt. v.f\\.
I contain them in their office here "Kah. ---- -- that I am now a well man. and grateful : : .
: ieve i think of their young diys. i .. 4.
I I iI-i.w f;' : !It-i. Dl"I I tr
l r
II' is5 I I I which outstrips i 1'ii .f ti' ;
it is a 1'. al gem. for first baptizing ill Lake,icv" The tonic and alterative properlii.'s- of mine.your" (JILrIl"U. II"L\'tr ".!- .11 .. i 1. I L II'' v .i.,11 !iri'lit (I'. TgflffLT
ft _ I t Art- ll:2',-2.asr.i. I IS. iAua
Mrs., Cummings was at church Sunday.Mr. Ayers Sirs.iparilla.: arc too well kirnwa: r : Iii't; t 1.:1"1; "! t.1! ll'n".tb-. :: 1
in .
tI I i The head and stomach are always : Vmi'ithe
A ." ..: R. T. Thomas of I.akl''i"w'io.hl.'s I I I I I 1). \\ Uiighum, with his uuaIgenelo'.itv. j to require the spi-cious aid 1 of any I sympathy ; hence. the cause of most of G. P. I'.i'trir pr-u.-Ijc-v. : :ith1.MIFoN I Wt-i-h "jitill.; ::. itctiiiii.iciitl. it.
headaches, to winchfO j I i. i: Mn.\v. M I) IRON.TONIC'
t. .. toknow who gives the following took all the ladies; and childien ', ex.igircratcil: or tctiti'II' ('Cit iticLte.; I those many, especially m women are subject. .. iC-irh't I Ln-d'-d.i}' at 11 a. HI..i and Satur- : 1 f.IU 1..L.. \idlci. .t;, f'5?o .

J. mark: and brand. Crop and I under to and Irom church last bunday in his : U'itiHsLs of the marvelous cures' effected I Mrs. Harriet A. Marble, of Pou hkeep 'r "'V.I. l"t.v: : :
; O '
( at jl
i mn.I
," L stylish rig. liy this preparation ate to day I living in sie, N. Y., writes that for years wa .y : p ; :.I lill.l' '"|" \\dli.t\- > f'Ilr.1 riirht.
.. ]half in one ear and bite to headache, and never found T.\I i: !
crop tipper a martyr 11III'. g hi.i.I ; iai; 1"1'1':11! :: %'l1
aii'l{ hamlet of LIme! 1
Mr. Brown his weather indoors city fie.:
signal every than temporary
keeps -
.-... i in the other. JJrand single 1*. !, anything to give more I, each :nt 1 !.-.i' '* -l.tj :;t II I ;a in. aid; iarhJ "(',,!.n-m ). ''ii.' \\ :\. Ii:.:p.i.. I
-- she takingAyer's Will
... now a days. May she waive again. I relief until began I AtV--ii Vi .. 1)r.) :>. i:.. fI purify the B OOD rvralotoaEYS
-a she and ..
i -- -- - I Siiiiflotvir.j Pills since which she has been J Lorard.l, ;it i it: <;::< ) p.mn.
'Ii Mr. Geo. Adams completed the lIe has also got into his new quarters.Mr. I in the enjoyment of perfect health.Ayer's I I'or.: I 1 l1.i.----i: t ,' .I-a''ln! ia. .a. .\ :it II.I't. I ">B OR EBTOBK of YOUTH.the NALTH.sdvxt..
; I' while his j \ were pre entl'tl hy )11''. \t\ Walter, : .MAXVII.LK .I.IIJIII' (1.I.i; ; I i..f.v." .t>.-'. |'..t.tiisot .,r, I Appetite Io4iRMioaXMk Dr.p..teWaasof .<

large barn for \1 r. Peek illS days, Joseph Conway on way \\ith a tine i.uini: miii ithi .uiiIhi, vr. l\a- !lag Pills 1 IMCI! :$ril !. -iii"s t'ny :U* U a. m'. and: S.-.l-: i-.vt-il!. :.. U. \.". >n/i. I Ic.ti Ih Strength olutalr coil evre4 Tlrad Pci F.lin... a*.

this in 1 home near Maike, last Sunday stopped ," ...\I.!: .. h-; S. ,'. I'.1\ :: Bad : mfelas ..
is one of the best barns) the inches across -seeiX SuntlowtT urd.iy ;bf r ;.1 7ti:; p. in. : ; n rrM rc it
I iud think ices. l'XaltI12 tie .. .. ,. .. fore*. KollTens th.ml?
at church : enjoyed the SC!\ I I !Pi.! 1.1' ::" ; t: : :; .tii .
,1. city would I now that itt --, it h'I' \W-n' litlieve-1 urntlyi : FREF ACED BY iICIII.\: ; _ sad mppliw Brain Pow
one hardly Trunks to Mr. Em: yin Whiles so icitations. titi : i iJY -l'lIl.iI-Y :. 1.t&ie hU I \ :'. t.iic: l'la- tideri. from complaint.
vas not a house. I ;i wouJlnlt ili.tiiisli in this :tatt; html jao-. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. l'tlt; ), :,.!.r! -!;tat_ U I a. !. ;and! SaturCliriX I wi 5:1: 'I.,. to.nl; l to;. .-..lt' ..t hait i h-; vi Ji'illvl LA DIES HAKTZITS II.rtob.ivppwiifinIinr IBOK TOKIC

---- -- ---- -'--' I pie are now able to raise splendid! ones. Sold by all Druggists. 4It I'" bl'h;.. t if 7::;'11'. 11'. I .1. L. ti t.s; (1:1: : ,I.,',. r rI Mf..ap.ad7 earn n . Prof. ..1.I. Henderson and! Mr. F. S. All attempt*at ronnterfrltinn,add. lo'".-
NV. H. Rivers ha jut received I ; 'I 1 hey irrow but very iittk1jcaie. -4wq&r |i. :: II i WniJSHIl'( I I .Jsi.t-f -i "T.4''i ni I Ii Iar"'?. D000t.rh:1"- tOfliOiAZ.AIIDUII
; Dawson of St.uke. came out M.mdiy to I eaiJced Dr. HARTER'S LIVER PltLS C .
1 the AI"I 11'\1: JIM i ------- -- ---- I CCo"aUII"'ou.LY.. CozaQllltri aad9tU
largest stock of Gents Clothingthat and .tlTonl excellent feed fur cliieken.s | i KK.
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i keep bachelors hall and enjoy our Ivauti-: He.daeb..mpl. and Dreavx Boos
.' which will ; Tliey serve as a condition pu\\dit, I, i.mh Lt..I t,%* 'L', \ :.,' ""\' ;i".teitI each L'.nlii i _\ III i I II I a. in.PP.A I TJo.s h l lu rot on r.e nt Ire bmef f' 'mallad on raoelpt of two.ata In jxwtijt.
ever came to Starke, I j ful Lake and its attrictiiim.I ; .. .t r- fio:).'h .ci II ". .. ,'j'I' ,'lI1j'"I'! 1 :.I rllferr rHEDR. HARTER MEDICINE: CO..ST.LOWSIs
1)t { i fur poultry m h I and 1 ai-e greedily i devoured I home t!..' v.1. it ..f tl.u 'im.- 'rr')l t'.t .- .*: .> VHi: : MKHTSNGeich :
i sold <..\ Call in and Wesley Mr. Frank Prevat brought in a fine ,
- } I [ nviliiins. ];' ->1:' ss iii-w i iifci :' ai ;i ii-r.: I.II" \ i YEWSOH

will be pleased) to ohothem to you. fawn last: Friday and the lucky ones had { They may be gr.nui in odd comeraioin -. i lVr-i ns of ,'..tatX( ".1"\' 1'.1< n ri.,,.it.. ) I .-..t.:> ._____.u 7i-iins-Ml-.y._______.t____'jjll_.u__________. ____ : A
; relish : did ; fiiend 1 tii5.;j.1411|*>r fi i ti ". "itt a |i.Iii.'I iti i .t! "'.1.\v t\
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| a sorry vou not bring me ".mc l out btiildinjis t r as osr ? ,. !
n -- (le-.oti'i-r ,i''l: tin ir rill fli-: l I.n..i i-s. Um ; "1 & r fn 111:1':". ("If ts1 'I TuttVPil
Bradford: farmers are ; Mr. F. Mr. I'u'i'iv' at Kinsley! pl.iuted: them anil p.iis: c s.'si Ih'.lrl.I. inui-li I :' as i n-a. T.'i.it: al!i a fw1 ;' -. Y: llil' 0, "5 "1..1 ,-! \nil HUIft DVERTISNq i
county \! Mr. John Middleton I returned 1 to IH j whii s'-ill.is i.".v < n-1 ti:fir aiMi-: nut I tcj -.; i U l" ,'. ii fri.. Icl'ln. ) .: Jrt'u : ii'
bragging on their this year, Tuesday :2n !1. from )Ir<. Howe's at Ionia j surionsr Lis inel.,ns \\liichtliey !!;i't. a i 1' j the li'iMB.-s-s. WI:mod.- f'.U "T.T.. sn.-ia.; :,rtj ,. 2 'or; OJ. ,_, w:111;" it.t! tp..tr: U', t.tT.IiJ4 flOENTS
1 crops halhIr.. raised ole j n,it wvit .1 1 M :ti i .t; '!-.Iil.! 1 :. j.av' ; \'is'\ t \ .i-i !.. sno' s \\.idl! v.It I Inn
although it has hl't 11.1' where lie has been sick. protectin.r ; Puddy ; i I f")r tii.tlu. .... ,"f ", i".i n:. I'.i'i: T'.,'!.:::! irs.ii i: :'.'Il ir! IT.I.- m'.>''' I i ol-I. a war. ttall 1'1'.;thin, Ch-'st-n'i PHI.ADttPH!t! .. .UIDal.C.the torpid U.;. .treag'th.s.
not ) 'p Ask Mr. Hurst if a cow likes pol.iJoes.L ': tine P'lII'nthe! I Hun: sinil.itr: !, outfit!; ft.f \ ". .-s--'jK"I.K i : : :SFiX.A; : ,. *.:, in.rhi', wor'fl: .'.I.' cur i..1\.11.0.! -\v.iik an liMES BUlLD:: G & thts iA3TTJUS1XS i- ...the dlg.stlTe rghs.r.Iatbou _& .

fa'alll'"l'ar.. \V. arc glad the I.I.Vhy L did not Mr. E. II. bales, go tochur'J.l this; ear. I'.itt i 11.1 :'ol.d:.' _. .I 11i\,' .\1 ii.oaEith', n" : :11!! ag"J'. f., i.i':L'n reiiitlrryrwsLrEt. rnr .U.mm*ais Ua.&IS4 ae a.
) n-w. tat: johl\ -.liu m"I' nil \r'll.t'I:1' !. Wyr
fanrers have dote well for when j Sunday. -- ? 3 .. .: !hII'. i... .....: I' 'I: J',' \ l t'f1'ai'; ''''I h.': ..", I..I. f.t :s Ju".r Ito' L.IhtbAJC! u at LO'"fe.tCash Rtes i .t'.1-.j.SON'S MEDICINE.
so j Mr. I). W. IJii ham; is Mr.Woolcottso V .".... .. ihj ,... ,. .. .tj &ji.lOe.fi. AVER & mANUAl. ANTI-BILIOUS :
fencing 1' '
simeeefullv : f k o 4*'er* .n ,1\' i i Vgef .i." tit r'ii.r! "! I:1..1111'0 I Th"fv t tr .
i tcnieil hick most .
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t they succeed all business increases acre ti act with u neat picket } B j ; ..' :, (1ViSe "'' I"a. .. ,.i ::1: .!iu ..*e..i.i'ii'i.ij- >,iiil r:?."-ijA..t... witlful ..ii.I ..... .
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I combats ,mulaiial di&uner: : I iAver..* I .J t. .' 11 .0 : .1 '; :' I]I I i.- "I.IlIoulit'in.r"; ; ; 'a"HUt.tl"C.I. .
l fence. .; .: : ; .i.1.ed..ah.y
.. ... ,... Id.Iy O% $paularpraprtlet -
i accordingly. We are promised a Our merchant Mr. Beck bus his ; is lable, ; 'c..l". :; !.. .: ::" .pT .'.1i ;,'i :: 'r''i A _.n" i', :JI\inc. __ r f 1" ..-. .rj.tJ .". si. 9'':.I I Sa treeing ,besjiise.a
j r_ ; at storea Atue. C'uriIt : purely xv. : i rir n': c':7. :, ; :r' ,"-trt. ;: ,! : : r.- -._ { ; : .!.oP. .ra: r' '
front feat pIiiau. :
number of subscribers new raised bv .Mr.! bim. Mrkk- ,. i h i i.-. lro',> Pl': t' n .r .1- i\'. I'. s'i 11",. t -. ," ... .-' .:.: IIetaufly aaa .
goodly .
.: naw : potato lttins neilhuI ( .. t I ... ... A&ed. Bolte.q.U. rie..2cte.
: : compound :Ll C' : juifl1at t") ,..... E. .. :.:r .::: 1 I:,.: ....' : I' : ... .._ d'. ; { .A.oJ. ;'I.y' .
and that will weigh close to 2 pounds. .. ---- --- -- ._ ... ht.
: thi fall and. this I noi other iigridieiit. ; VIII >:! .t;. ... .'. i)1. JiVi.I.iIT I : ; : 'K. 1 ? :-- I ni* Sold
any dangerous i d: lll1l' i. .
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. How i is this for !$ \\eks growth 1111 a sum! \ till liiif c.f Mill; t ln.nk.sni i H. H. Ji>iit-< . : .T'. ;4. ;: ve-ywhere
j Warranted to cure chills and fever. t4b. I I".r'n1: I. :i'l'Il" .... ... : .. T. .' ., ..0r ".
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., r..(3 I.-'!"M'W.) DY1RTISh4O. RATES. WORDS OF WISDOM. Lecture- on Radia1S Ij

w .' "-f 'Qv..ZS 1ww1in' .me'm WOMAWSWORLD.a .1 has made ROUGH ON RATS." S ft"R, R Ready ? '_ :

. : ., -1... .. .. 0 I t$O $9 Lack of desire is the greatest riches. of. .
I........... t 5 4O( soo5002000 PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR spoken t U Reli'
G.. Life is a short day but it is a the .
\: .. .. TOn 800t20022004OQ FEMININE READERS. allow _____I ii 1

.J.!S..............,...... IoI15Oo2OL2GOcsOOOoo1.t 7OOiOUOlOOlSOOJOOO65OO, day.To the' making 0 nRES TilE WOU-IT I'AINMIa t,.. ,[."_____
'c what gulfs a single deviation .from of the II I to twenty "innr.". Not one ....

.. .. .. .taceubequentjnertbn.. Ten cents a line for fte! tret and five cent for Happy Marriage. Happy Home. the track of human duties leads. more on aterrrndnrfhl.nrrdnll.oa. WITh FAIN, ..

;'.'4uI Special rate for time advertisement upon appllTtiion First, says an exchange, it is a mistakefor With the generality of men policy is It is It BOWEL

1 at the office.SUBSCRIPTION. people to simply for however, COMPLATS
young marry .
'. much more powerful principle.How This is what killed your poor father Shun it. I will in.a few .
: .n moments.when
I consists. tae
I c beauty. Beauty often. is only skin deep, t containing it throughout your alirejiflfls. acco "
0 ; RATES. much better is the love that is anything I .rC Cram' Slla.' .". hour .PX r
t' '_ 4 and serves as verfccring to cover up a deformed of one future useful(?)careers. We older heads object J1'arllltlnl. s..t lIealarhe. Summer 8 "
Oaeyear... ready to die than the zeal that is readyto ,* lJltrrhrl'a oentrrv. :oli.. Compso.i4, ,
\ to ite special Wind in -
heart the :
$16 and soul. Some of the stirrup is I Bo-. ;ttnai
( ;. : .: SUJt ... ......... ....... 'I kill. the ri an other Iuternai Pains. _
t\ 4 most homely }) we have: met are inwardly from DON'T ;
: .j bscriptions mnt be paid Invariably In ad. persons MALARIA IN'ITS VARIOUS 5
..:.,' 4 %->_.vane.Js'o. ditcrlmlnatlon in favor of anybdy. the most bautful Such was A sound discretion is not so much in- Tne In futile"efforts with Insect pow- ._ AND FORMS CURED ";
,,. 1. .- .. I Annie Steele, the poetess Eng- l dicated by never making a mistake as by ( to der,borax or wbat not used at I PREVENTED_
1 : Communications upon all matters of in'.er-: ( .* random all over the house to get There if not a remedial a cent In tho
.i' ,, 'eat solicited from all part of the loa. j land. Such was Watts, the great pqet never repeatingit.Eivy to the ordinary rid of Roaches,Water-bugs,Bet 'viiI!I! cure Fever and Acne and aU other Mlajo worlel&W, C
'f of whom like cold benumbs and trial to lea. For 2 or 3 nights snrtikle .t I.iliom and other feve..ail..1 by 1tADvAY5t
a lady said that she admiredthe a poison, a 11 JI.s.. o quick a.i

., :: Ventral Directory.=_ J jewel, bu abhorred the casket. Seek, stupefies; and, conscious of its owtuimpotance ." ,'on pot was this about"KotroHO and*HITS'down the drypowder.i sink drain, -, I It tI.. El". 1lJW.READ 3

.: UNITED STATES OFFICERS. then, for a partner in life who possesses folds its arms in despair. : pIpe. h.iutthIng1n the morning wash it eli 11J'la.lIllC p 1C- R if not people only cures rPSel the patient u> the Malarial seized with_Xa.
the inner beauties of virtue truth away down the sink,drain pipe, wb.-n all the nil t.akoa
.and Covetous ambition .thinking too the-open i-viry niornmif J O.r:10 dro ot Re-
SENATORS : .l all Insects from garret to cellar will dlsapper.r.The H.-ilef In water an.l rat.say a eaelt.er
true affection. Suh will cause the I. presently s'uppo's'eth the for- secret ID the tacf that wherever inset ts ,,ai,. they will rrf-M'ntattai'ks. 'befo grg al
;fw: 10:. Samuel Pasco Mon tice1l.j:1.z countenance to be all radiant not.with. nutcwhlch st nd in need It.baf it hath foot a arc Id the house,they must ROACHES It lii'tantly rclieTps and noon rnres Cold' Sore '
lion. \ilklnfon! Call, Jacksonville.UtrHZSENTATITES itsel the drinkduringthenlght'. Tlinut. I'r'oi'lithi.PleurIoy, stiff Xeclu aU Congeji.
&p-\ cosmetics, but with that which will abjde S sldttish. or I iflhIj a nil. rnl1.lnu..atOlls.: whether the
Rats Beetles.t'Bocano.s
Clears out ,Rice Bed-bugs, Flies f : Luig ,Zid. -
F : .. : amid the stern realities of life. .' mounting, BATS," Is sold aU around ton u"3"I.r lo.d .
L, Fit Diltrft-Jnn K. H. M. Davidson, Qnincy- i It is a mistake to simply? forsocial' '. The primal duties shine aloft like stars; kick at the W r14J.>n every clime,is the most extensivelyadvertised t r IUIKUJIATISH: NEURALGIA
T ". Dlet) lon. Charles Dougherty, !'or j i I marry {he charities that 'soothe and heal and and has thejargest sale of any ,
: 'Orang. |I[ position. This marrying of Isur- bless scattered at the feet of man like cl so as article of its'kind on the face of ifco globe. Hen.J.u, T.xith.u IIPWeakness or rain In Urn Back -
; : tt&i- 1 or Lli.-ib-.by one apjil nation,
u. S. CIJltt7pVRT: roundings rather than partner is the News.
,1;. TKth Judicial CircuIt-fio0.i\V.: Woods, At. bane of married life. For a man' flowers-:. .1 I ( I- lily centi per battle ".old by drnggisti.
aItn cL. i I young be madeas For Potato Bugs,Insects pn VIns.fr;. ft tablespoonful I ,
.% S Int..Ga.8opremeCourtJu| % To from evil, we must ---- -
c. La, CircuitJudg t( marry from such-a base motive is escape' of the rodder,well shaken ui a lot -
:. TIt. lade 1 simply to add one to the family, but far as possible like God; and this of water and applied with sprinkling pot I
t $I. Call, Jacksonville,U. S. Attorney, Northcrn that one is often consummate fool anda resemblance consists in becoming jus.t in of the spraf syringe>r whisk.broom. Kft-p it well! DR. RADWAY'SSARSAPARILIM
a stirred 15c.,He.and$1 Boxes. Agr. fiizj.
\ Dtrct, >al. Northern Detrict cat and dog life is generally the conscqucjicc. and holy and wise. I' II. -CLEARS OUT- RESOLVENT

;': '- 1'hillpYalter.JackeoBille, 1'. ,.Talla- Tlose..who marry simply cx- Whenever you commend, add your : Command- !

:: ,: bapt<>, F.ClnmphreIIl'enfacl! .Clerk.. .. a,:Northern |I ternal! surroun11ngs deserve nothing bet- reasons for doing so; i i this which distinguishes I 'up to the -- : BED BUGS, f The Great Blood Purifier
,. : TflZ ter designing the approbation of a man of : be that S FLIES.'NOSHRATS' For cure of all cl-roni.- fmea.ie.Scrofula, BIoil ..
:, 1EnXI. pl''JtP ,, wlo wfll'shojot missiles from the of sycophants and Roaches ante rs'Ja mfco > Ulcer Chronic Consumption. Glanil.larl -
Tarkt nVl1f"t a411n DeCmbcr. ,'omn ; of anguish sense flattery I started water-bugs,moths, Kheu-natum EryilDfrlas. -
' !: '. Monday in February. I 1: and sorrow into their souls all through fools. fT\lml'tl. 1i'-k nbbits.squirrels,goirorsi5i._ Kidney. lil.i.Klcr and Liver C'oniplalmti. Dy*. \
: I- P--I.I AtTtvtliintuf thoLunct ant Throat, Aft
I'cneacola, nret Monday in Marchi ., purlaai
:I: life. -A flippant, frivolous man may ridicule : ." S NTS UDK. -' 'T .. I Uu lo!! Ml. rcht'>rifi health ail vi oc.xihl .
.: v.t. DISTRICT cot Northern District: I J f I r-Mativeqwealth!t too often'ftperate in them them -- --- by DIIILIMI51 per Dottle. 5
others, may controvert scorn ; responded >
.. lion.Thos. Settle Jacjf*onville"J"dfe. Utherrelccfion of life This is the to : BAIRD'S GRANULES r'a
r'4 H. M. fall Jackcom t'. *. Attorney.V. partner" but he who has any respect for himsel loud for .

\ C. J3Ir&JakovilIe. Marthal.1'iiiilp !. j casein rcslwc to both"sexes.. 'Did shenitrv I seems to have renounced thfr right of KEWLATETIIK{ s:: RADWAY'SPILLS 'J
pp : WAller,Jacksonville. tlcrk, Ester DlIIon. .1 I ; i often asked-that i" did' of others .-
thinking meanly .' Scatt, J50WELS{ ; ITKlFVTIIIMSLOOI
3:; .*'\ 1>. C.WflonTaflahaPFee: Clerk, 1Iddlc'DiviSlon! 1,I she marry along, full purse? Xo later I Opportunity is in to time, in j ,: ( ) f- The Great Liver ani Stomach! Rem d/
F. C. Humphreys, 1'ciuacola, 'uter how honest, industrious, re"pee i' : ; For time runof all "Innnl*r of the Stonurn.Liver.
.' vUion. I respectable some sense, as time is Fcspcct eternity ( neither THE DYSPEPSIA r.owrl-i.Ki.lneys.IiaiIater.Narynnx Disease. Female
". .. TEHMS: I'I may be. there arc..no terms strong enough it is the small the ( : : fo Ex t ..;mllmIiat.. I.wt rf At'lrtitp. Headache. Connlpv
; moment exac'l ., t.i.n. CottivpaeHfl, Inilu<>4tntii. iitouiue) <
PILES ).\ < Fever
Eastern. Division- Jacksonville, first. Jloriday'lnDecember. 10 express contempt any two-legged point, the critical on which: In Im!:I'nnuttum of the Hovelt! filat and alt deraags-
0 : .: l'eatue who,not having) inherited wealth so'much P 1 i ]J.UI.IIIa f:7 IaI-ii Ooa.t the Iiiton.it Viocerv. I'urfly vegetable coo-
:: Middle-Division-Tallahacsce, first Monday In and every good wor) depends.An t.&niog no mercury. miueriU or deleterious drugs.clL .
not having )brains to make it : l'uI'rl\
--. >rebruary. cnotigh sometimes ACHES.: ( Ic aeeontpll.hed
i : .. *\'tftern- Division-rci.facola.- Mondayin 1 I,, 'i go to work with cool deliberation to duty less ci; < n.-patknt writer Sigotale.' .}!>" xtthl. PERFECT DIGESTION bytaklngoneotRad.
arch. it. This having Extraordinary Escape.A \f 11.'.r t.actl t i rcfrutat': ? wnv's 1'ilN every morning,about 1'J' o'clock, asadlnI'y -
one on a
> marry eye vil '
as a v\_. | >\\'Is.! Ii-r jail ioi in-
STATE OFnCER. : woman m 'd the other on her purse is a base remarkable and almost incredible i the sub- S Anothi-r. : Tiny lire In.I.o. -
( ,I "qyo.I'-rfu!. Tlwd.>, SICK HEADACHE
Governor-Edward Terry,Tallahassee. Thcinktoclcs said he would v
liypoerisy. Rots ,
is .
adventure reported by a DeQuinci/. : i r.r I'hj-'i-: 1 ut act an i.'nfe

.'. \, Secretary Attorney-General Uf Sta.c: John P. Cooper L. Crawford, Tallahassee., Tallahassee. -. : rather marry his caughtc'r to a man without shire correspondent of the London Press: I Dr. W. M. MUD. I'h n-lin cii'lrurc a,,..!"vr.r< >.n. Oft!.-ftashlnct aiti I'y'jaaj.sla! I ih<- f'xxt.Ki'iil that Sta.naeh.Beaten llillonsnet-t wntrtiiuteviti, will be nourlihtntrI avoided. -

..mou'cyiin: to money without the While Christina Jl'Ivor, a middle aged I \\ n. N -I ami IjJnt 3:>I i.t.. \y\v 'Vi-rlc -mi i-rtifs far time sii]>;>ort t>f the natural waste of
Comptroller D. linrnes, Tallahastee. I I in never Speaker N". J. Hoil>>" .\'nhlv. ex,!',',''..io'lIt1.- till' iMHlV.If .
C Treasurer- S. Crlll, 'l'allahane&2du.taiitGcneralIaid man woman belonging to the parish of LoCh- inKton. N. J.. 1'OdPl: of He.ilili. ex (to in'y .I'l#--i- ulisrr'f the following! 'ymptoms rr Milting from
Lang, lallahansce.Commissioner broom her to Kinlochcuc time we clan.&c.. &c.Another. 'p..a.ea'f the LIIH'T"X.m*:Ua'im.ttpatlou.I Inward
I was on way "Iao l of tt ick or i.u.--!
: cure< a 'oxere > ; l'aI'a. lullil'-s ut tilt lUixxl 111 the Heail.Acidity of
&, r"? ... Mitchell, Tallahassee.Lands and Immigration- L. AVonipu as I'ruit Kaisers.j a few days ago, she aecdentaUj shIm bv theirue. C.innot too 'gh'y (-''''-.. my n'K "'I ,eo ilust
; Superintendent 1'ublic In@trnctonA.J.RU.cl.Talkllee i Some of the first consignments of fruit hlce and fell over many for Easy them.to"take as they nre no larger Ihaa,nni-r nlpraln. s-nl.'ni I-nil!!lie--;,i or>r Hiiltt-rin W Mht in,:ofthe the Staanuwh.ll.Mft.Choking Sour Enu-tatton or buffo.lm %. J

tt ) 'received l in this market, the San precipices that skirt the Margin of Loch ; :2T.'. per box. 5 lsx-M. $1 : ofrn'ji t, or hI >..> A. Robinson, says East get to mail postage l.rc'P.uot 1 ra li-supj.id>l b> "h" !I..I- i-i'iii.1><>!'t iF\I4i'a tit-fore the Sijjlit.VrerandDnll
I .r.' t Imml.raton-A. Francisco Cull, came from .1c.:. The Marce. A tree growing from a cleft- in drink it dru r.l r!. 1'am in tin- lira 1.efli-iem-y of P.'r-.j'irationYeUow--
.1' Talaha ee evrnEXE hei : prefer TRY THEM ANt YOt'll.J.. UK ,INVIVl'I1 Imt-'a..a4fIIa.>skin ami Kjct.1'am ia the Mie.Chef| >tLlmba
COUBT : first pears; of the season were by Mrs. the rock miraculously intercepted It is now _. --- ._ ami hiulileii Hn-he if lle..t Hiirnir. In the F'esh.:
/- Chief Joftice- O. McWhortcr, Tallahnsoce. 31. .\. .Jackson, who lives on the Sacrai fall, and prevented her plunging into the I drinkers 5\ ft-v..tones tat IJ.\ 1)\V.% V I'I I.I.> ll free
iietice*-Oer>. P. Nancy, Tallahassee DOUCLAS tin '.v'ateaii of all tinal'ove named diMirtlers.
Allocate ; I W. L.
tnculo River and the first waters beneath.' To this tree the linking
\_ n l Valkcnburgh! Jacksonville. i royal apricots deep Price comtoi'erbz.i Soldbr all dnissHts.S .
be 'ctl
rtnLIc L&NDI-U. S. Lands. :, were contributed by Mrs. I Pena, of Yara- woman clung with the grip of despair I sale pfl\i is said S'-nd n let ter t.imp tofR.R.-DV.tYS
.' .9 Land office i \ille. These ladies appear to have left until she had partially recovered from at the market. $3 SHOE. ( O.. No.j-J Warreu Mreet, New York, for
Gainesville-S. C. Tucker, Register. I ('tsr Rvok of .tdviia.
. the men behind in the race. We hope the stunning effects of her dreadful j to is -
'..\ I faI. of the little The only 83 SEJ\tr.ESS HEruK TO : STATE. L.ND! will have of their Beneath her sheer rock washed the Shoe in tho T\orld.
:.: they many successors was a by seems to be
.,. .. ,.. Land office. Tallahassee L. Mitchell, Commletioner. I own sex, and that the women will have the dark waters of the lake; above a I : ) physician Finest Calf perfect. fit. and I 4 The Origthal
I warranted. C'on ('s Uutton JQ s4 I ,
( COUNTY OFFICERS. their fair hare: of honor and profit out of rock impossible to climb; and to add to I the high and Lace, all styleR toe. As 't i wcs'ttLtT
; .
", i the fruit sales this the of the woman's situation or Even *, ttylisli and durable as c U P2t
season. misery
1 County Judce-J. K. Richard. j poor I s those costing $.'> (Tw. V', .J' J.
('Ierk of Circuit Court-U. F. York I Their is no reason why women shouldnot she became painfu: sensible of the fact (( feet high, L. i>or<;r.AS ,e. .. i I 'wtat'Io LIVER

1J": ". Sheriff-II. W. Epperioii. I he successful fruit raisers a men. that her right leg vas broken below the'I Mount to the Her tre 2.RO$3ohll"SIIOK* ailvertlfied excels- I Q"V I'the .C', PILLS.
Tai-A tueaor-N. C. \\ "ttV
: alnwrlght.Tax For the ':work of cultivating a j five times by other "
.7' Collector-B. Haynea.bupermtrndent heavy stlixmga1ll knee. I t. '' ALWAYS
of n-kT. Dowlng, thy can hire help a!well as their The place was mies'away from the. ew Hamp arms.'c I .4.sr FOR DK. riERCIS PELLETS, OB

t .,. ; County Sll \'ryr-Qlm I'ratt K.Omn ]husbands( and.broth'ers, and for the nurture nearest house. painful extremity 1 to LITTLE srGAR-COATED PILLS.

t, -- .2. : <.y M.t'0Imi'M& lncr81.'lkov.kf, fl. W.and MKM.IIV. M.-. of the trees when theyaie in bearing she noticed a prtecting.ledge me of Dr. .i..4.. ..'fBOTS ..b I_. 'J
1 vegetable, they
entirely -
,. V. :wtb.H and the piking and jJxilg of the close by the tree, and by.eforts whichcan "a lady all wear the W. T.. 1>OI'O.l.\. S S3 S110 K. Hoitic without disturbance to the stem.diet oprute -
It yo'lIr dealer dots not keei.| them. <'!! I Tour numunpoital
fruit they able that be was unlit to I'ut in glass vials, hermeti-
: nynjige more easily to 'V. L. DOUGLAS. Ilrockton, Mass. IT iipntion. up
9. : CITY OFFICERS. dc-I 1 kept I -illv al' 'l. Always fresh an'J reliable. Asa
as In the East: raise scribed she crawl ?
'a to
any man. : women managed or \ 'I '. I had : laxative, alterative c-r purgative,
; Mnyor-T. A. Knljht. large proportion of the fruit, especially hersel to this }place of comparative I : \n sen'a-. MARVELOUS (!my* JittNPellets give *the most perfect

: .. )1.t.lal-E! I). VaL! the !mal bcirics. While the. father, of safety. The pain in the fractured limb, I' I : medicine and di -atisfactkri.
-, A. rk-1.o-L 1 Sparkman.). \Vnll.T : the family and the boys aru. 'ai* work at intensified by her effort", was frightful, I it has cured MEMORY' :)- 4.

.- .. r'.- II. JOtC (her business the mothcana .the girls and she lay quite exhausted and exposedto she I so well" SI Hiilii,

.l'lly-"tomlv-( .. Wills. arc busy in the orchard and the garden, the elements having lost her shawl in feet and ..
H'thnnJ.: J. M. tAte
: Truby, -
I'owi-jl,J. H. Alvarez.: I). U Alvarc/! and aCth'e ixl.Qftime season-the lat r the fall. In this per'ious and exposedcondition recently AVIiollv!IJ&-tJt's-H niiliKparlilii-ial I {.em xl PSI". : HizziiiCSS, Constipation

..: :- ---- .-- ----. have quite a snin"of money to a.1 she Saturdaytill All)' hixtU I lenrni-il i in .,IIt' r'u.hll>. Indigestion, -- j.

:; GEORGEBAXCROFT, the historian, fund for the support of the hOI Many: a girl dresses ]herself with the three and foodor Dr. Minor l ete. ('!a-"or IKI Coluniiii law .stu-li->iU."',
: though in the 87t year of his ago, is at pro- days two nights-without I work and twotl.is-ies: each n' Yule:n' -111 ,'r.ty of lvm t&4m nd 1-owela,are prompt.
: of:few trees which arc her own, shelter of any kind, slaking her ( I really sick II' at 'Nellesli-y Cotlegt..'. 1.1.0I'.IU. |x'tfniKUt. '. \
. work as hard as vcr, writes a Washington l'l'ee. eyer-I played .' -"hi Lrtl--ji? IMtUv.' \i>w ork. i-rc a strawberry or blackberry "patch. i ish thirst by water which trickled of n en Picrcc5a i'lcaoaiit I'urpatiTO Pclletf.In J

;. _t correspondent. Few people Fruit tending i is light, pleasant: wo k, the rocks overhead, and which she caughtin Dr. Pierce' '- MARLIN REPEATING explanation of the remedial power of these
: far better forV0)flCfl than 2'c would sron ivilcts OT BO frnat a variety of diseases ?
thought WoRld sufficiently recover sewing or her boot.
ho purifies the '> RIFLE i many tnithfsiliy, t? said that their action upon I
t __:-:. from his recent illness to be able to resume other sedentary occupations; it keeps On Monday she noticed a boat passing, fortifies it Guaran. BEST.' THS I 'ii>- FT tem is universal,not n gland or tissueKiip"m

his labors. For a long time it them in the open air jujd fills their lungs and using her little remaining strength, rem teedperectlyac eurateandabsolutely- bk WORLD! I Imafe. '- .25 their cents Piinativo avi.tl. ManufaetlLr'rtltrI influence. Sold by.> ILilniKpist ifl

with AAholsomc exhalations from the she managed to attract the attention of 5 Made in all SIZes for 'In-iiiiil I Laboratory of Wo"3 sTJispESSARf j

was really dotibtful if he would recover, kindly earth.In its occupants to her dangerous position.By ring;she larce or tu4u4tRD small game. ,ASSOCIATIoN Buffalo, N. Y. ,.. u ivt ttaMMemcAi

; but tho wonderful constitution which this State women do not avail thcmselves skillful man uning on_ the part of all Callrry.' hunting and Turret ntac '

has: been his mainstay all through life, of their opportunities for work,. the fishermen, the poor woman was low- blow- rnd for illustrated ('ntulojri'f.JUarliu .
Catarrh I'iro Arm Co.,.xc-:>.en,Cunn.HEBBtAl .
Thedo raise half
; and which has enabled him to do a (: not as many. chickens ered into the boat, taken to Poolcwe, 31

!f as they might, hence the exorbitantly and thence sent to Ufiapowh, where she JIM the _ _ _ Without inrreiii.icIII
: : prodigious amount of at all
work high price of poultry in our city markets. now lies under the care of the parishdoctor. TO1 'H' ll.H"' IIHI tI.. is offered by the rnanucrs

. times, came to tie rescue, and he i In the East every country-girl raises 'a *. the 11..11ItI'I.: -S of Ir. Sages CaE.arrh

r again in the harness. A few days ago few broods of chickens, other poultry is guaran tin oliuiue-t nnd iro-tiliof Remedy, for a >cmse of
'. each the consequenceVs that she nc< !. Price 2.> !' ii'Inrt |>irt of a .i Chrome Nasal CatarrlSwbick!
spring: : /
fr he returned from his An Artful Student. 1 5 ;
: trip to the South, is seldom without podtet-nw .J that [ takenj nllY nrC'IJ'rlnc' 5 / ; they cannot cure. D

Ic: . dung which he visited the widow of and In a recently contributed in the ; S IIlim.mzmeiipamnplilrt SYMPTOMS OF CATARRI.DimJ], ,
fowls arc cheaper there than (jj For paper I .- O. __ __ __ fi(... tao'ivy; hatdacIte. otisf ruction of tt '
: President Polk and from her obtained several years a society, wh1tiiTensubsidized New York Keen ing lo't "Felix a Broken Chi. THEKERBHAHDCQ.FKi !t'a.'s.mgem', discharges falling from the head a

I ;' a number of her husband's private : by this State, endeavored. narrates some pleasant Oldhoy"I I & Gn iiiio tin* throat sometimes profuse, watery
pa- Bishop Williams of an I -:\i :.. (. and acrid, at others,thick tenacious, mucous
pers and other documents of great his to establish silk factories on ranches : bure. 1'iso's -- I'tirnli-nt. Moody and putrid: the eyes are
AAhere the mulberry will grow, but the the "Primate of the EpiscolXl Church. I DR.HAIR'SASTffl1A wf-uk. watery, and inflamed: there is ringing
torical value and he has kept several girls t take kindly to the work, and Bishop Williams was formany years president the in the tars deafness, hacking or coughing to
con I '!-\ir the throat, expectoration of offensive
L ; stenographers busy transcribing the the industry makes little progress. Now, i of Trinity college, Iartor1 I has % Matter, together -with scabs from ulcers; the

.same at his residence in this city. a start seems to have been made in the remember that Pr I of 1'ifath is offensive; smell and taste are im-
said ,
to of ,
direct Ton of fruit-growing by women me: tfgUmnn r ;il> ( olii'i-H <-i rt"I t. us > L' 'u ,
? looks therefore the ; pinrvd; there is a sensation of dizziness with
as though venerable i ) C II R ElI" i Is. lime "\hllltl'ur..tlil:
is to be hopel that this will be moresuccessful. good discipline in not seeing what is Sar spanllA -". --!?. IriMtin-ut KHimn t. tli. .....KUPAYStheFREICHT iiit-pta depression, a hacking: cough and general -
4 gentleman is about to enter upon anew father of a family withaughters going on among students than in being dl'raie or "or"l that nil.Hisiti\i-lv., |I' rin.iu rt.l;I I', eiir .\.|h- I I debility. Only a few of the above-named
for inn and llav l'ci. L n<|tit'%u.mi>.r r%i.I-leC F symptoms are likely to be present in anyone
r : work i in continuation, it might be will extreme to see everything.: Instead ofa low crndl- ,..... .
probably find it to his advantage will btfuiind in IHVI.I. |l-"';(' 11' & 'nt fin-. as''. TliotiKinds of cases annually without -
.. said, of" his former publications to let each daughter have aa cer- captious microscopic spiri he brought ) ; tired feel-to UH. It. n11..VIU-. WHItl1It'IIIII"I': '), manifesting half of the above symptoms, re-
i manliness to strength 'iilt in consumption, and end in the grave.
tain of a large as president
portion orchard as her own. bloo:1
American- history. a goot JO'E5 Vo disease is so common, more deceptive and
She should look after. the trees, pull off and the students grew in manliness ly Sariaparllla. lanfreroiis. or less understood by physicians.

..N' Eat Indian nobleman became diseased i fruit, gather the crop when it under his care. He dearly enjoyed a ) F: liy its mild,soothinjr.and healing properties,
Dr. sagas Catarrh
Remedy cures the worst
1L'it enamored of a professional beauty at ripens, box it, and send it to market; in good joke, even at his own expense butI of from HooT, !t Ton WagOn r cnl-.. eases of Catarrh, "cold lit the flcad"Coryza
this a will spring never remember to have known his aprjtracteil Iran I I.n.r'. Mrl 1.cnnuic'. Hiui and C'atarrhal Headache. '
; Simla, and when leaving he gave her way wholeol1 rivalry is F. H. ADAMS. Tare Beam arC Ii.... Hoi for bold by druggists everywhere; 50 cents.
up among the girls, each will try to outdo gravity upset except on one occasion. A SGO.TrrriIirr
. :' *
an invitation to pay n_visit to his Calcutta member of of the classes Crane __ _ .
the other, and the upshot of the whole one byname' ] tnr frc pnvHslerttno t4t'ntold AgOny from Catarrh.**

1. ". residence. She accepted with will be that the orchard will acquire a hac1 been guilty, as was alleged, only S lasts thi OF. pir-p BIXQHAM-T04 nn,l .Mr**, I Prof. W. IlArs.NER. the famous mesmerist

; pleasure and he informed her that asA reputation for fine fruit. of sitting up in gallery of Christchurch :" nl IA.UTON.. N. V. of ithaea. A" 1"., writes: "Home ten years ago
>- soon'a the house was ready for the i It is not (country girls only who may and attempting to flirt with the ( I One Agent Merchant only wanted <-v<'ry u>\'-"tar- catarrh.1 Buffered Jly untold family agony physician from gave chronic m<* up natal Umiiirablc.

- distinguish themselves as fruit young ladies belonging *o a school then and said 1 must die. My case waiiu
of .his growers.
reception 'numerous visitors he There arc very few fruits consumed in kept uy the three Misses Draper. As the at ; 'h a bad one that c\ery day, towards suni '

4 :. . would. send her telegram fixing the this State-Avith the exception of pinc1 damsels of this flock emerged from t-trcly i t. my speak voice above would a bi-iome whisper.so him hoarse the morning I could <

date of her visit. About a month 1 apples and bananas-Avhich cannot he church, the delinquent stood at the foot mv cotitrlnnir and clearing of my throat would
M. i \onr "Tan-lU's Pinu-h", c:K.ir< .m, KI ttm-j lotsorfrlends. almost strangle me. fly the useof Dr.Sage'l
... elapsed when tho gentleman sent a grown in the backyards of houses in San of the gallery stairs and was pounced Traveling men my i114 I-\ITV iy !'jtarrh ICemedy. in three months I was a well
the eldest of the si ters. I "Why. they lire better lI.an n-ot l(>c. rlKar-T.1 iir "
Francisco. The soil is by
t telegram to tho saying: "Comeas sandy and requires upon : trade has mi,r-1 than douipd| sine ronunoi ..J man, and the cure has been permanent.
lJy. to be'mixed with loam and manure Young man, what is jour name 1" inquired ; from Mer to sell them. P. t A. U Miuito, EIUJlrth.-.

soon.as' possible.. He received the ; but a judicious admixture of the Miss Draper. Putting on an ex- i Inirredlpnt. A4lrcsMIf. \!. TAN-11,1.. iV CO., Chirnco.. "Constantly Hawking and Spitting.

Kft; .. *" -., following reply the same evening: "M thr.ee makes excellent look of timid innocence Crane : ; \V York. TItoMAS .T. Krsnixc, Fsq., S003 Pine Street,
ground for fruit.. juisitc. ., j.L ".. writes: "I was a great sufferer
;? terms are 300 rupees a month and all Oranges can bc-r.lisod'in pots, transferred replied clear and tuneful notes: "My J.Sj from catnrrli for three years. At times I could

at two or three :1e in the mother told me before I left home not to : hardly lirruthe. and vHS constantly hawking1
found. He
much years
was naturally astonished for a. filial Fpittmjr. an>l for the last fight montb .
decided yard; i if the pits arc two feet deep, and speak to strange women I was not introduced Liberal ? ,_ CI.MVIK BUILDt1.Washington iiiut'l not brathethrough th nostrils. JL '
-t-1. but to take the
"- 'bul the trees looked after to. The young ladies tittered, sample ropy tL i tlioiiifht nothing coil i be Oone forme. Ludtilr -
T( by tho horns, so wired. back: \1 i there is no reason e'cfuIy why they should not the bystanders, laughed and Miss Draper : New York D. C. : K -, 1 <1y.iva1?and a'hisi'd 1 am to now try a well Dr.luau.Safe's I CatarrtkK IreheTgit

F .. right come at once." He drove to the produce onmycs, equal to any in the went her indignant way. Reserving her of Inter-: OFFER Tilntr: '>l.iri> tli..*i,.xvr> wll to lw the only sure rcmedy for catarrh flOW y*"',
wrath best she could until the morrow Ad- UIU Avorld. At fifteen as ,
old the trees A
-I; statiol and met not the beauty, but a years Operating \\ashincMa''hinet. If Voiin.int fair trial to exoerience nctouncUng1 result asw -
.. should bear eighty to ninety dozen she went up to see President Williams, ; ) oneseniliisyoiirnaine.l'd 5.tnI I rxl.roi4flI "
oranges -
midwife of the samo KLMIRA.y. Y. aton.-e. The ,,.. ,' a permanent cure. *
- -: :. name I each-AAhilh would pay for a and told her story. It was too much for \a'unall. ;_ir n st," Y._

i ,. .DURING the progress of excavations ; handsome spring suit.. There is no reason his gravity and he laughed-as who at LESS fo- any Three Bottles Cure Catarrh. -

*4jff.-; : in Old .Broad street, London; at the 'in life why every girl in San: .Francisco would Without not ?another He lost word one admirer Miss forever.Draper Guide eUe- S1OOO.Cd. Ncr-.,-. I'n.I'LI. says IJonntNS.: "Jly nunii'in daughter P.had O-. catarrh Colitrnbfato.when.

1 back of Austin Friars, where a cxonas- should not. have her own orange TKK. .'"r- ) nlal or Physical Wrnbn rt.thai Rotanle fil't- was five years old very Inrtly. I saw Dr.
tT' would be-a; source of equal flounced from her seat and silently stole Y. CiQ. 1 HepT Blttrn fa,1 tocn e. SO Cta. ll'rb J\lod.n Co. Sage's C.itarfli Ki-medy advertised and propiiied --
;' : institution stood in the 'pro-refor I away." itT by Ruth 15 y. II111 at..I'liiUilelphia.! r. s lId by all lJru l.'dc.e. a bottle for her. and soon saw that it
andlroft. any ailflrc; helped her; a third bottle effected a permawnt
mation! times, thero were.some strange -. _, :.,ChicaKo.. cure. She w now tightcen years oW ana ._

f: -.dis'ebveries ra.s the debris of the -Fashion Notes. Turkish MoneyLenders.Besides off .Send stamp FRAZER4XLEEMT sound and hearty." -.4
r, : foundation some city offices were The real, genuine: olc time alpaca has the banks of high degree, Ga. j I L. 11JNU-. 1) O E
back into favor. lata is infested with host of brokersand IX Tug WOUI. U U. EXHAUSTED VITALITY
: : cleared away several vaults constructed come : a c Dr.Baird's Ir.-G"_ tip! (..eiifnIIIRE ". r.1,: r-- 'rrv;here. ;,
., is made to usurers called sarafs, who have no druggist:
: The dome .'
; of ancient
brickwork and forming shaped parasol N.J I Iiipro eat
accommodate the tall hats. counting-room, no clerk, no desk, but Package. 21)-. Makes ROOT BEER A Great Madical Work for Young-
,. .J..... archways were found in a h ".and pam gal.ot delicious sparkrinir -
; ; I who install themselves at the '
.*.,' Mixed straws are used for broad- gateways, 'inu"ltfna .wholesoiiic levrage.. Sol.lloy,Iruzgists;ruuil..l and Middla-Agei! Men.
-. :tate of preservation and with box divided into .WIll. torlC. C. t. HIitKM .
f i one 0 the brimmed hats a good e:1: a glass to com N. IId.L Ave.. I'lnU. I'LBlaIr's I p
vaults leaden coffin partments, in one of which glitter piecesof .
. I containing a skull White and gold is the favorite com { hogs, Pi He Great English Gout and 4_
and thigh bones. The coffin was of for summer, dresses. gold silver, and brass, and in" the .-"-"with.I'a.150 rillSio Rheumatic Remedy. CIENUF.
linafol other of which art heaped bundles of native Ovnl \. a ; round, I I I'd II.! ,

i' somewhat peculiar shape, having a .. The jetted fancy jacket is very much and foreign bank-notes of a value usually ".. Pa.. \Srlte.Sltua- OPIUM) IIltblr Vu: rf'I. Trealment sent 011 trIal

: narjrow compartment for the.- head i worn with afternoon costumes of any very small. These sarnfs' are money its UuiAN1c itmiau( t.v.. LataJ'ett".lo..1

.which the skull was found! ad' it color. changers. This is their ostensible bnsintss;

-i broadened_ out where the of 1 The Norfolk jacket style of bodice is but it is not sufficient to enrich tliem.They b ; DYSPEPSIA, KNOW THYSELF
:. shoulders SICK
'i\ popular for both cotton and flannel are also money-lenders, .receiving HEADACHE I LLS
thecorpa&'wonldrest, It > Uni.ISIlK by the TCACODY !WEDICAI
may b gowns. from forty to fifty i cr cent. This is'thcjr ? r > INsriTrTE. No. .I IJullflnchlti Mhi

;,'L- ,. ....-"..-. Xj' the vaults were used for. the interment i Some very dressy capotes are made of real business; it is a good and lucrative or A Remedy for all Disea'ei nf th' L h.. Hid < lon.; ;>Ia.a.flitmi-lan\\.tl.il.Mon than lA one KKK.lt.million 91.r >olei OCocisaitlni .. .

': of the monks. : tulle or lace sewn over with small gold business, which has no sign and whichno Wale .. 'tOmaeh and Bow..l .\ po5Itt.; lot-I. IS atanpiKi .prvoia in lIre for ).111" .Ia, Nick 1If ada'h" I'mnatiirilnrliim.. Bi h.aiita-d Mtaliur. ln-mpairetl. J
: BRN: PEELHY rQO E"8 family has spangles. one ever confesses being engaged in, pActares t foaa'J.pauon.. ... losnne to two tPa.pnfl,'N > Icor anal Impur't of UKKloo a ,
u. No ft"nulne rono-iinrnt thereon. U otaiiui 9 field I The scai fs with hoods which were so but which enables. one eventually to occupy le .. P'oP '.. 8111011 N. .lO\lE8 .." salt r. 1..I..I1I CaJ: ..ballS.. -utantlal eml possession of an estate much :, popular some years ago, are stealing into a large house and large business K ft" li..Ht popular. mfllcil treatise published in $binishIan. *
longer than often happens in this make loana oh iae i'rica.oulyl t7Jn&ii.pO5tPtIi
coun- They
: fa\'o again. apartments. jewelry ai conc* C'l n a plait wrtpixr.rrt .. !iiuitraLh'II
diamonds Government bonds hav- it you o-ml now. AUtlres$i ab$e.
W :: trtJrn Poore homestead at India Fine checks are fashionable, but very (( :a.s'eeshiap.mj'er. '

Hill;: 3Io3., whore Major Poore was fine ones' only. Checkerboard patern.s i iI ales), upon sound credit, upon dowries to tl he '

-t .Born, 'in 1820, had been owned by his I I i are not worn. : expected to be received; and he(exhibits inheritances in theetrans-thai are w, Women 1zjJ 'a

ancestors since 16DO. The original Slee\e of dresses often contrast in which CURES VfHUE AU ELSE FAILS.
j actions, others would be th
5b I
very Couzh 'fa.'atg'I.
color with the bodite hj rup.
deed: signed by the Indians is still i the harmonizing Avith risky an insight, a judgient-that general I I- In time. Sold hv dnieeLsts.It !

: ".\ the possession of tho Poore family. Crochet trimmings.work is being utilized \ /5uarantes him agJfinst loss; but over i thirteen( million cakes of
by this does not prevent him from dinnin I (
r- Tery in. New [
cw estates car- i
England English dressmakers for ; Send atafl'P f4
I some into the of the Obtained.
ear boftoverthe M T C
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