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 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
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System ID: UF00086646:00028
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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VOL.. IX. STAEKE, BRADFORD. GO:.. JLAAUGUST' 13, 1887. t '. NO.6. .

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.Oleomargarine" costs at wholesale thirteen .-,TIE CL' giving her a wild, hawkish look, under I merry daughters ;ihT; their pretty, win TEMPERAJJOE. NEWS SUMMARY HAYMAKING- SNG. -S

her immense poke hat, which was adorned some ways, and their gentle motb.tr in .. Wok
and sell?at eighteen, When evil like atgte
cents pound, a poisoned wind, > with a long green hanging in folds the balance with his long bank account ,- -' Who or ply .
and sometimes thirty cents. S the good soul and \'ei The Little TerupVrance. Soldier.. Eastern and Middle States. lugh
twenty-five, wep S'frm mid, over one shoulder. the money'side grevv wonderfully light, lathe right bright weather
b traced the love divine. :r am a sdlar, MRS. ISABEL LTf>x, wife of Dr. Randolph
Tough no sudden deaths may
to iU use, it may not be wholesome for tempter lks each vacant shrine. ,tnd'r a great limp, sailor : the world would be to Urn with I mean to fight for .* Roe Mot at Towunda, Penn., a few days Wit a wind lowg, '

: "It flapped discontentedly at every motion, I of tfr loved onestaken from him. And be both tmprr.' s and then -mmitt suicide took Across the field run,
A Boston man t
all that. I says i We fall and feel 011"
we cannot t
while, dainty Kitty'sgood looks were 'Stingy old bear;' that just describes .Iknowhowsrn'gth 03 : stigxgm'nfeond d\ gt agny. And broad above glowing

probable that nine-tenths of all the oleo While others gasp th *s prize; 'effectually buried in the depths of a gen- it,'' he said to himself, sea he looked back many h sl- ,, 'Jons D.VAX Fer Tha good warm u sun?

sold is sold to those who do not wish it Sin's fOR onr sirt view 6rous, white sunbonnet. over the many contests".in which the "- Yet still Il be a Penn..was st'ong fev a bee on the ', aa -. -. .
Till God clear sunshiii And with might and min _died in a short timEovyARD We can't *
: to-morrow
.glin niers4hr<>ugh.: "Your dresses nr becoming, least which be made see
their very to'supply '
for own use. ( very culd' .
.. irigiam ri/Hayne. '* "said Harrison Pve heard of other soldiers, ;". McfAU fifteen years old, was .
; girls, Mrs. : sweetly, as the family wants haVbeengrudgingly struck while catching Rudtewmdmymp
by a
t. f v the youthful grandmothers ranged themselves I given, only too frequently, -with biter .Who Much younger the too drunkard, than I, in a g: u 0' kie Manayunk, We may wat t"d.w- .-, ,

, The fastest passenger"steamer afloat is I in a row. words which made the,giving worse Then overcome why should I not try I, n.- ;, .... '. "The-ct all a-drip. a. .'''.

sid to be the Queen Victoria, which ito Practical i plciiy. "We think so," replied Kitty, sol a charity."Hasn't. Iknow that God will help me, QcEKtf KAPIOLA.M, (.f the Hawaiian Wml whe thejmn shines* ". .

ply between Liverpool and the Isle of emnl"If. l could only have finishedmy this been a most delightful For'tis a holy cau lRtl.and her .ut?ai.r in Xew York a Ang gt e jojtf.beam tjtv

Gicenock -- black apron." : day, papa?" said Polly, who escorted her .And all who,aon.'t keep sober, : S sine tbir T'tur from Europe On wet 3 jh ..iuibiciehii3es.Time .
Man. On the trial trip from : : Are tramp'ling on his laws. to Honolulu.PRESIDENT. ** .
"And handkerchief reticule said father home from the train. .
"Just .
the .
with i enuh t r.

to Liverpool, she made an average of growled Mr. Harrisoji way women old folKI .I Nell. DY- V"Doii't.wc. I' "Yes," assented Mr. Harrison, soberly. .- I now can do'but little, Holland Patent and, N r Y.Cleveland, on ave, at .. EahsunnjiLut; ; -

twenty-two and one-fourth krots or Flora McFlimsey -"tl I look neat, papa?" said "and a rr>ost profitable one alSo," and he Yet tough I'm not a man, spent the day with Miss Rose .
OYfr 'nothing t Cleve.L.Durmg Is made of
; twenty-five miles an hour.I wear.'" ( Kitty,turning hereI around for his in- meant his words, most sincerey. Til The try t for tmpranc the afternoon the .. Whoso moltlJl; ...
onc.bal "I don't think greatest cn.I i informal On Wednesday !and wok t w ,
spection. so, saidiKitty they. n'epon. ,
This was accomplished in weather "But, papa, you want us to dress respectably a God will give me courage, Mrs. CI i iff the tentnnial May wealth untold. : ,
hac don't you,"- asked "Very neat, replied Mr. Harrison, were entering the gate,-"fozlhave. a.hor- Inallldoorsay, I I celebration of the p of Clintound itr gar -
and against a rattling gale. pretty to hide smile of rid stain the hem. of Then, with ; a "' .
Polly, with suspicion of a tea'r in her dryly turning away a green grass right on my companions, the evening they we:*the guestgof exSenator ie'This .
: : mingled amusement and vexation. I my dress, and I shall have to put in a new 0 Will win the glorious day. Kernan. Later a reception was tendered __ bright,mellow night- ',"4
The Presidents of the various lie-pub Why, yes; respectably;"reJhied Mr. i "We quite agree with you papa, that breadth before I can wear it to the party," Come,"then,my fellow them at a Utica boteL. Frosi TJtica Mr.Cleveland CShall, see the last kad-c ted,*,'*. '

: so much frippery is nonsense said and Mr. Harrison bit his lip at the allusion And march rleler proceeded to Forestport, Jfcjf. oa- i : *-. .The rick built nilta -5 -
the most still :1 along -. '
for ;
the world part Harrison :
; lics of are, grumpily, "my mother : a visit tr hi brother, the Rev...William W.Cleveland. .
dressed Nell, arranging her carefully to their compact, but said nothing. Though long and fierce the battle, ** *. ':' ...
respectably without these In
middle of life. ever- doing .
; men in about the period We shall victorious be. &llCe's .
, and for various lasting flummeries you girls arc always I "And we are counting on creating" "Poor papa; he was so ashamed of us, And soon the army, Ax Orange prpcesf Jon rniii Paterson. N. J.. ; r. still a Now t grip, 'f
of them Te's
Few are over sixty, quiteasensationat Mrs. Lincoln's party, said as the girls retired to their
for Kitty, : was attacked twice and were *
teasing me ; good, plain, sensiblccothes i banners all unfurled! Rmerou learn
reasons, none of them are so youngas :and common sense shoes, no I j said Polly, mischievously, as she picked bed, "actually, Nell, I never'was so sorry' < ,gQ through every country .broken. The police" artet\l sVn. per .d Who l lets wi the Now rueing slip.Fools.thie J

monarchs have been when they French heels opcr i out the bow of her muslin hat strings.Mr. for any one in my life." And conquer all the world! sons. .
on her feet and 1
I many ad I Harrison was fairly caught in his "Girls," said Mr. Harrison, the next H 1o uth's Temperance Ba,"fle". -- ,.* tour declining.Think .
throuc. The oldest' is the he glanced suggestively at the f
the dainty other
: mounted "some day'While !
South and A\>
own trap, and his own often repeated morning at breakfast, "didn't I hear you st

President of France-Francois P. Jules slipper, which inopportunely showed itself i words came back to him with rather unPleasant say something about a party to which. Pleasant for Beer Drinkers. AT a mass of St. Louis citizEns the sy'i shining

(. Grevy-who will finish his seventy- beneath the rte of PolJ' prcttv force, a he looked at his daughters you had been invited?1"'with an innocent- Dr. E.TL Hartley, chemist to tho llrooklyn President \-metnV. liis wife were in 's their hay. .
morning wrapper. Health Department, has recently made ole vitd to become tho city's guests during Fair -
in their and air of for information. :
t- fourth year in less than three months "(>rand mamma wore a long i unbecoming array, inquiring ; discoveries wjiich it will not be pleasant for time nest Cktober. AND
gre'nni i thought of the outlandish : "At Jlr s, perhaps mean," 'beer Ills pmr POINT.
from the present time. Our own executive and a nice. big bonnet, too, didnt chaperoning : Lncoln' you drinker to contemplate. examninations PETROLEUM has bet.discovered near Xaco-
figures through the day. : replied Nell, in with conceit of different kind of bottled l>eer,including doches Texa Six wills have been J .
aid Nellie 'lJ -
"and her
Mr. Cleveland, completed his half laishif\'ou! I I some of the be. rs, show that opne .
:.., He had not before realized how proud and willing to ignore the past etern MRS.LYDI AVnsov A .
in \ -was After
hair little knob at the of her they containr'sahcylic acid. The MedinilKecord. Ilre :atu- jilinner- hungry tramp.
[ century some months ago. I nape he had been of the -aughter whose "You may need a little p'm money for day, July -, at af.iyi'ttu,I\l, procured .
neck. -that the amount of this acid has had necedle
:, I state A.Western" man a .
good taste had made so much of nature'scharms the occasion," he continued, a roll required beer is about twelve a ci\.orec Tuesday, July ... ': .
---- --- -- "You make fun miss taking t preserve or of his He knows
replied .out now
IHedn't ,
I and the of of bills from his GOVERNOR GORDON I was banged in effigy at tk body.
I scanty supply pin )( ) carelessly fifteen.grams per gallon, and .it adds that .
The little State of Belgium, says the her father, sternly "your grandmother Dalton (! ho the death to account for the 'stitches in his
: (
, j I money, so grudgingly doled out to them. flipping one toward the pJate of atiey1ic.aeid, iftakensnltinuuusly, t-nds a. lo'lus 'ommut ..
Cultiratir, has always been the battleground wasalvvays sensibly and neatly j Not that Mr. Harrison's means necessi- each of his daughters, "and I presume to injure digestion and irritate the kidneyx" sentence of William 1 wife murderer side. .
;t anrl it would be The this in the to for life. thousand -
to employment Qf
drsset refreshing drug preser\ imprisonment Fi.e wife medical
"Listen to a
of Europe. More decisive j tated close management; on the contrary, trifle of spending money ouldn't come tion had assembled at to wit- your says
I J, see some of her good taste in family. I of different articles of ffiod and I I r battles have been fought on its soil than ." my j 1 a steadily increasing bank account made amiss with your mother," he cont5mlcdas has increased s much in Paris that the ness the t'xwut ion,and when they heard of the advertisement. A* though one .

': such economy totally unnecessary, but he laid a bill beside his wife's ; and Fiynch Government h.lt already t-ic taken commutat ion t hey took piol of the prison to listen to her.-Boston Tran'-..'

_ : on any other of equal area in the world. "But, really, Mr.( Harrison, the giils j I unfortunately, a riches increased liber- hurried away bforethe astonished family action in the matter. and hanged the \ llgy on the gallows script -
have for HolmILTHB
Should war occur between I"rnce. and nothing suitable to wear to Mrs., I I ality shriveled and grew less, until Mrs. could thank him for such a .remarkablepcrfoimance. prepared Tennyson's last poem is in blank verse.
Lincoln's grand said Mrs. Harrison The Saloon's Kindred TvUs. omtheriz.cotton crop i ii in an unusually
I.i party, -
; Belgium must lake the brunt Harrison actually dreaded to ask him for Some critics are mean enough to insinuate -
U Germany small a meek, gentle-voiced little money to carry on the household, even "One hundred dollars! said Polly, in The saloon element does not stand a only nrepJntit"o promising that he ought to fill out the blanks. .
of the conflict. This nationalityupjKT.r woman. -of intemperance ia strong MILLIONS of locusts have been strippingthefields
i upon the most economical basis. an awe-struck tone as she gazed at 'her of in portions of Minnesota.A .Cleveland Sun.Dialogue a
, to havcbiH-n kept as alighting "No; and they had anything ** representative immorality
? ha\n't
dHtlc "'You see I've given cosmetI bill in amazement and crime.. A
b. for the last five papn up temperance movement directed HEAV tornado laid many houses low in between two blind men-
; ground for its bigger neighbors i iI" with years, replied Mr. Harrison I and have rely on nature and a ".\nd mine i is two hundred,"said the solely against the saloon will fall short (facmplshing Dakot y Hailstones UH largo as hen's eggs "Do you know the gentleman who gave

when they fell out. .lust now the people withering sarcasm; "buy! I green veil for a complexion," said Nel, little mother, with actual tears in her the desired aim. There arokid ( danrigc to (ops. franc just now*'* "Only by sight]1"
: buy! and yet they are in the same distressing that must be you a
: drawing her veil closely over her as happy eyes. MRS. JOHN )iANKuEaoanl children
(;f Belgium arc great interest in situation of the female before ( I tht the saloon and with a subtler, wht"thre, -Paris Gaulois.
i taking she dropped arm, and took her "That means that the which supprt. werestriirk by lightning standing on

'1"' French and Gtrman politics, though mentioned," and he leaned hack in his 1 father's in a delightfully Poly's filial clasp. you have needed so Ions new'sik forth accord-d respectability strong influence, and, enter are place thus the veranda of their house near Opelika,Ala. The parents of a pair of Boston twins

;r' unable; to do anything in either, exceptto chair with an air of having clinched the "Ah, lrriol! out for a pleasant trip, coming at once," said Nell, patting her shielded from impeachment or protest. Two mother children remnainimigehild were in ali born the time.
w'rt at same
conversation with because
an unanswerable ar '' Immorality, in whatever garb of respectability they were
await th turn of events. eh? asthey own bill with loving fingers. .
patiently fulhionable acquaintance ARCHIE' MARTIN (colored) was hanged atRockingliam
. gument."I it may be clothed, and the more concealed -Washington Critic. .
turned into Madison street, looking "And for once we are going tojiave the \ is evil the baison C", for tht* murderof Henry
. an forming :
wish I was a man," said pretty the curious with shred of 'or Mc also He always loved the joys of home.
in China is anold qmz7.ically\ at figures a party dresses, without one economy which ev ery is established. Thereis ei( llol't.
Building lailroads Nell with soon At home at night he always
a pout, "then I could wear : said subtle trre
puzzled air. stitched into them! Kitty, a pervading the entire abroad to
; :1 And thought
theme. Circumstantial (h.tai! have appeared oneuit" everywhere by varying my neck I j I "Yes, sir; yes," replied :Mr. Harrison, getting up. and dancing such a spirited social fabric which., at least tacitly, favor AVasIiington. Until never he'd been for six months married
the saloon l
. I from time to time with accounts tics. | stiffly, getting very red; he would have pirouette in her delight, that the parrot ,ea'-h>ecause supplementiri both aio the joined other.in The immorality THE President-. Mrs. Cleveland left Boston Courier.

. of concessions obtained nnd with predictions "Papa, lear, you 3rt going with us to i given a month's profits if the girls hadI wagged her head in wondermvi, she shrilly temperance -nrnvtqn'nt has been a blessing, Washington on Monday to participate in I There are men in Xew York who spend

, the picnic, ainVyou? said Kitty anxiously I I dressed in the usual in her favorite "Bless is the centennial celebration at Clinton, N. Y. I their time
as to the time when that country been "fripperies. inquired phrase: yet it not brood enough' It should be a half their dolging people they

; she was a dainty little fairy and I As might have been the me! what ails the child !1"-F. M.iit Hmrnrd, moral movement, remeving the social TiE President has appointed p Stephen have borrowed money of, the other
would be covere J with a network of rails. her father's favorite, and, as she spob?, the observed of expt.ctct I. disorders which underlie the saloon. These Hunter to liPjCoflectef,of Customs for the District fresh victims.
was in Sifl.According -
1 The latest account is in the London she glanced at her sisters with eves so party al little streetgamin tr rl/Ilt. I. are the HeMs from whic.1 the saloons grow as Tappahannock/Va., and eander. M. hal hunting
given '
> passed one .
f as they UD The Keene to It, 1 aitaiti the ITmtvd StatesRevenue .
.; I grain., } r(0o-al. the saloon f I .il '
full of fun and mischief that they knew
C-Mitry Glumltl 1 I'r **on news from I Ishe called out enthusiastically: to Arbor Day. will not remove them, but their faril' { rvic": also! the followmzPostmasWrm to an eminent English authority -
ti had some plan in her fertile little i "Hi there them an-I destruction will be Amos H. Kusner
thd'tChina other: Jimmy see the destruction nte a lives fifty years. Provided
P kin which rpoMtiVfly The first of tree .
ese dtclreY suggestion planting Gordo Ala.; Potter,
brain. Kate Greenyway ?*and Mr. Harrison of every vestige of intempeiance. It is ;Stephen I' of he refrains from blow
stt is At last to Ua*e The under the direction of State authoritywas in this social substrata that the Ohio, and .Thomas l Medary, Waukon, course.
ipon r\iww! "Picnic! said Mr. Harrison, in a softened i as if he was the pfoprietorof a circus,amI ing out the gas when he retires.YonltrtStafexman.
made by B. G. yorthrop. then Secretary whisky interest is entrenching Placing Ia
report is that thft thinesc? court has ad. tone he could not be with i would have left them to alone itel. I .'
; cross gladly .
br.nor1. go of the Conned i Board of Educa- its faith in this, it has.moved in theline ON acolmt of the revolution at the -

>AJsed th cjuprcss to order the construction Kitty and she well knew it. "Bugs and i if he could have done so, without tion about IfOogL( official State re of consolidation and organization, resulting Hawaiian ,lap'h the Pacific S'llllrol of the Farmers in the summer tima don't needto

earwigs! When I want my dinner seasoned I acknowledging himself ignominiouslybeaten. in a national union, a kind of civil or Unitod Sta"eV mcn-of,war have been ordered AH haveto
T koo the they
of railroad from Kaiping to In 1876 tlii.5'same gentleman endeavored buy funny papers.
'iii I 1 < with spiders and grand-daddies, I port. political compact, presenting to existing par- to rendezvous at i lonohil These include the the
line from to stimulate "centennial tree- ties the its and financial Callao Peru Juniata do is to go out andvatch city
.i tlip] port of Tientsin, a i 5ppr.of voting Alertf our fjurls.now at ; ,
can eat it in the garden. 'I In the car it was worse still; sly giggles planting" by the offer of prizes to the strength. factor its strength is eight gun, at' Panama and JIugship Vnn- boarder trying to swing The scythe.

Takoo to Tientsin. It is considered' "Oh, but, papa, we want to go aw- and whispers greeted them on every chiHivn of Connecticut. But the idea becoming mot alarming, and tha tendencyof dalia, eight, guns has already sailed Journal of Education. .. ;

I }probable: that the coal mines in the fully!*' said Kitty, coming and perchingherself I hand, though, of course, their acquaintances of setting a day for the work had political parties t-i cpurt its support by from Peru. Th.Asiatic stwadi. <>n. consistingof WHAT BEFELL MFL.BELL. .
apart heeding its and dis- six men-of-war, will Us Honolulu
advantage there
on his knee she took daring understood that was some diCtninting orJro t
of Pekin will be connected with with Governor Sterling fellow Ernest P.
vicinity I originated ex heartening. 'MfL_ prominent found There was a young
of her the about the matter but the girls were : i netvssary. nae
that city by rail, thus the cost privi'gc< as youngest joke ; Morton, of Nebraska, who about 1872 induced parties have tlduelmud: hoping for favor. Bel ,
permitting "and it is to to entirely unconscious of the Planters' Hotel
so go !\h I seemingly the Governor of that State to issuea able action rellcth'e organizations; very mellow at the ;
of coal to be cheapened: The building a place without a gentleman." sensation they were creating, and chatted for the but a feeling of disappointment is clearly dis- Foreign. But he punched
:, of these roads, and positively others, is "Oh, well! lean chaiterTpm formic and laughed under their monstrous head proclamation appointing a the cernible, and the indications' point strongly JAPAN will build three new war vessels The proprietor,
planting of State. toward a general breaking awaj 1 the moral at a cost of $2,000,000 each.rArdnaho9. And he lunched
looked upon h by British iron and steel occasion, replied JII. Harrison, quite gear with all their accustomed vivacity, .\ year or two later the day was made a Clements of both parties, and the formation ATARIIUSZ S'nd, was Then much quieter .

manufacturers as likely to open large good Immorally, "he is used to handling keeping close to their father the while legal holiday by enactment of the Legislature of a new power thai will embrace the reformatory burnedv and %1 peraojj g v.-omen .In the chilly retreat of a dungeon celL

b a packages, and 'ou'l find he w ill manageyour to check any futin. attempt on his part and provision was made for : measures demanded. Either political and four men JPWSr!' -, ltetL Exn $100 and costs a wel.

= field for British goods of this character live baskets fifteen bundles in to escape to the tracking car. those who out party has the oppoitimity of gaining this EVS8IA 0. Oand o ( Mail .

8 iegtng _, good style." Tom was porter in Mr. In the grove, however, it was not so awarding premiums to put is suppoit,and the party that will embrace the Saxe-0 CWMyrVo the Bulgarian Talks About Law" is the title of a Ice- ".
,\ him in surveillanceancl after the most trees in its observance. I reforms "i receive a stronger aid than can f Sra European war ture delivering In central Dakota -
Harrison's store and to throne, t3""c" < a man
the large douhtes' easy keep Arbor Le the saloon for the moral elementpr ) i .
The crntial\ provinces of ( said that nearly 700,000,000 Day given I .
Spain ri\ We have heard it given
; merited the recommendation. dinner he took an umbrella and moodily But the reform mustheradi- are again towns. "

'; t Madrid correspondent of the London "But that isn't you, papa,"replied persistent stalked off to the shade of a giant oak, the trees are now tracts in of thriving the State.condition The example on- cal(ominat deep. It mw-t reach beyond the sa- I A KADKArJ"flte"r four men and wouhcl sever times by men \\howerecornin : .

:J Chr'widc snys) have been \'i.itt by so Kitty, winding her arms around and stretched himself upon the grass fora prairie followed lon, and destroy the p\tcr behind the two!5mfc< 1 at Rthrianl, out of a court-room and we shoukln" 't -
of Nebraska soon by. -
: terrible plague of locusts that whole I her stiff-necked parent, and kissing the siesta. He had been there but a short : was results. Arbor throne.-L'hicajo Curr> A zvoLteIoN h 01t in Hawaii tiiink that the.authorities would let I man
f Kansas, and with grand -- The people control of affairs, deposed
1 l : districts arc ruined. Within the pace lips which could say such unkind things."Oh : time when a couple gentlemen! strolled Day in Minnesota, first observed in 187P, National "'. C. T. U. Bulletin.Dr. the Vunistry and deiimnded KingKalakaua's deliver it in public. It's about as sul,

whcedler! responded :Mr. I along that and, seating themselveson Upon his a talk as you ever heard.-
way a phureous .
7 you resulted is said, in planting over Newman, iwstor of the Metropolitan 'xeatlon promising
have destroyed '
of a few hours these pests with at the other side of the tree entered into i : I King was left Dakota .Th1i.
Jtou Harrison, a fehlt attempt dignity million : a li-ilf of trees. In Michiganthe church at Washington D. C.,recently organ- a new Cor ittion upon .. .
every trace of vegetation-grzics, wheat, "but there; I have just been informed conversation. law in 1881 ized a Youth's Temperance Society in biscngrpgation. his throne. :
Arbor was passed ,
Day umier The Plant.
vines and olives. Over considerable that you have nothing to wear." "By the way, Clifford, who are those and in Ohio in 1882. Since then Arbor THE'Librl I party, Mr. GDl<01's Compass
'cf' : "Oh! for can over yonder in the stupendous The members of the W. C. T. U. and other :mode notable gains recent Long before men learne to poise a
just a picnic one gawks
tracts of country not a vestige of green ,"papa Day has been observed in Colorado,Wisconsin philanthropic women of Dnluth. Mum, are elton or .neDlal of the British Parlia piece of magneti/ed a pivot to '
and her ?i"
tate wear :1 thing. you know, eyesdanced miinery West Virginia, md lana,Vermont, to establish a 'Home for needy women .
is t to be been, and the reports I of delighted mis- turned cold with horror; abut ment indicate the north, there were natural .
al:. I } jicj New Hampshire, Massachusetts( New THREE midshipmen! of the British ship
ehi.lrcn. American
times,the snn has been obscured when chie "plain white is perfectly suitable the speaker was the returned European, Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida. Alabama, By nn amcndmfnt recently adopted, the Canada were dri/.ned in Halifax harbor by compasses growing on the in"

": thcsd fearful }pests have ben winging a bug and beetle affair of that kind." in whose honor Mrs. Lincoln's party was ) California, Kentucky, Maine Maine make the hoi ling of a United the capsizing of a !ai boat prairies, nOI they still flourish large
,, considered and whom he had thought of in soui States evidence of excitement has been numbers as a reliable guide to travelers
white facie
l thcin flight from place to place. In L& "In my day, plain was given, and Georgia. In several other States its receipt j/n'ma are'4"
the for occasions connection with-Nell, who was still heart liquor selling. in i"ran'-o because General Bu- across the American desert. They

Manha the trains have been stoppet by "just thing party mollified whole. 'Gawks' !" observance has been secured by the recommendation Laura Berry, a member of aou, lat Minister of War has been peculiar 'or plant, called .CQnv-, .
1f also, raid Mr. Harrison, quite indcel the Grand :r prominent idolis spec tt.
have hades of the Grange, I DM ) Iowa V.. C. T. IT. I away The popular; French weed
n. them and gangs of workmen attentions. "Those?" replied addressed Joine( ) as removed pass plant, pilot or
up* by his'pet's gentleman Army of the Republic or by State agricultural fc> Chicago, to take a on the charged by the Prime Minister with meddling knowafor plsr ,
the and havebeen
** to go ahead of passenger trains in trucks "No hoops, or bustles, I suppose," said as Cliffordwhy they are societies. While at the outset staff of the Lercr. piton in a recent election plant, '
:I u; to clear the lines of the myriads of locusts Kitty, thoughtfully. daughters of Mr. Harrison, the rich mer- economic tree-planting! was the primaryaim The recent AVorld's Grand LoJge of Good ANEW Cabinet has been formal in Bul- tions to the Western hunter,them although but ,
world has known
ml them. In "Sot a hoop," replied Mr. Harrison, chant. adornment of and school Templars endorsed the petition of the World's garia. the scientific -
wouM that hl\'e clescendet upon many "and as for bustles, pah!" "Not Chauncy Harrison's daughters ?" followed.bore On the first Ohio W. C. T. U., which cab for'.tha unive/sal STOUT reststance is being; J'lle to the a short time. The edges of its leaves are ;

sa rJ: cases the insects have lain so thick on theS "Now bargain with :! the first in a voice of amazcment."The grounds soon outlawing of the drink: and opfum trade; also wholesale evictions at Arkoii! eland. said to l he always pointed due north and ,/. .*.'? -
Cincinnati "
I" been able to papa Il mak f the other "and Arbor Day, the children of adoped the whit movement as a methodof killed and south. An authority, states: 'Repeated *
rails trains have: not said you go to the I same, replied celebration-in the (O SEVERAL Italian soldiers were
that you Kitty. "I wi joined in an attractive br an of prairies, With .. *
models of taste work fifteen severely explosion observations upon.the
hig.e. travel faster than three or four miles an picnic with us, agree wear our I as they are usually good memorial trees and dedicating injure J *' fc
wc'l that and neatness 1 there is some form of planting Te W. C. T. U. of Cleveland has Veen in- I gunpowder in a : lt Mossouah in the measurements by the compassof.. the ..dij ,...

Stred, hour. The codes are about to vote a picnic dresses to party. Isn't presume their absurd them to authors. ., statesmen, and by the Common Council of that city t iSoudan. rections assumed by hundred's of leaves,
ffeic0u14 fair?" joke at the bottom_ of ap citizens.' T. r. name two ladies who shall net as janitor FIFTY THOCSAXD Orangemen celebrated

[ large credit in aid of the sufferer* and to' "Well, fair enough if there's no hidden pearance to-day. I shrewdly suspecttheir other distinguished concerning the value of matron at the Central Polc Stton This th* battle of the 15<>yne at Lurgon: Ireland. especially of the radical ones,have shown .

wkif. provide for a means of destroying thec''I.j" reservations," replied Mr. Harrison, cau father has been giving them a curtain Northnip says, While action ought to extnl t every largo At 15>lta>t an Orange procession was stoned, that as to prevalent position the popular ,
Iontth and the follies of fashion and the observance of Day: town in the Sttl.For and numerous arrests were made.CHOLERA" belief has a certain foundation in the
muslin lecture on .
r voracious swarms of inHc: tiously. "How many yards forests should not be planted on our rich, -
; him ocularlemollstratiomi the first time in the history of Iowa, is increasing in Si'-ily. There fact."
an -
sdtl --- -- bolts of ribbon i is it going to take to be- they are giving arable lands, there are iu New England For Madison Penitentiary short of a suffi have alrea ly lei 00 cases of the disease at Captain Mayne Reid mentions-it in one. -

.s fri you for the picnic of his own ideas. and all the Atlantic States large areas ofbarrens number of convicts to enable it to fill Catania, of wlUch fats! "We "had
: of the Xew need restrict IIIJ.rvel. of his books as follow*: a
The correspondent think I he has no to
: ". Chicago give me ten dollars I "But surely, worthless for field cropsthat may contracts made upon the basis of the usual .
..1' Van Zandt the "I 'ou'l them i in reasonable desires ," said the I supply. This and similar instances guide to onr direction unerring as. the ,- ,
iti -Yark Star says that Nina can manage the whole .matter, replied : any profitably be devoted to woodgrowing.The many go DRAMATIC.
.I. first voice. to prove that prohibition does decrease MUSICAL AND magnetic needle.. AVe were traversing
bride of August Spies, the t condemned Kitty, demurely.. I feasibility of reclaiming our most
: proxy crime. of .the plant the planes
the other "but -- the region polar ,
off "Oh no replied ,
Chicago Anarchist i in decided "Well well!f that's getting quite is old bear in his I sterile wastes is proved by many facts Miss }J Louise Graves of Springfield! CHRISTINE: ILSSOS has been engaged definitely of whose leaves at almost every step -
t cheaply," said Mr. Harrison, laughing as thy do say a stingy both at home and abroad. Our Atlantic Mas., Miss Poo'e, daughter of LibrarianW. American by.Mr. Abbey.PAm's .
,tt1 t ly health and probably'dung. She has Mrs. and though the girls appear I for an tar pointed out our meridian. grew upon
i he counted out the money, while own family sand were once covered with forests F. Poole-, of Chicago, and both graduatesof seventeenth farewell tour in under the
I and is having a in and tastefully dressed in public, I plains Wellesley College,sailed the twenty-fifth of our track, and. was crushed j
,;. cut loOse'from her family Harrison and the sisters looked perfect neatly and can be re-forested. Over 10,000 United will not until winter.M. horses erode onward." _
June missionaries to They are .he Stt b'gn hoofs of.onr as
, hard time. The correspondent reports amazement, wdl knowing that Kitty my wife tells me that they are obliged I Cod which thirty a Japn. in of mass b it -7
1 acres on Cape years both earnest white ribbon and have GOUSOD'S i t .The traveler Burton also refers to : -

tb Miss Van Zandt Baying: "Oh, this worry had some plan in her wise little head. to turn and re-turn and make over foot as ago were barren, sandy plains, are now I gone forth thororghlv fumibOI with all the first: sung i fca cathedral at Rbim "AThilst the damper ground appeared
what as if they were at the very i and literature from the W. C. T. 17.
in forests. plans
> without the least comprehending covered with thriving planted mont that compassthe-. .. -
._____L.l is killing me. Not only thcanxJety-about it could be. of the ladder, instead of at the top." I II now.boing s well ea! 1she in Japan-since WOL.TEB. the famous trg---I the polar plant, prairie toward '

.. theoxrtcomcof theca, but the intolerable The a rarity in the I "It's shame!" broke out the younger flta.OCfn. the visit of Mrs. Leivitt.The CIRLi t, making realy plane of whose leaf ever turns
picnic "
::, morning "no don't deservea honors of the Triennial Inter- America. tbe.magnetcmeri-liafl. Another writer .
Id and with warmth, "a man I highe
. throngs of callers, curious only to weather lnl; a perfectly clear sky. man who will treat them in that low.! Business Sunday-school Convention were this l MRS.-LASm-ar hf.Iped tha American e igle says "Fortunately none pocs to the prairies .
it delightful family
:.' see me and the army of lvtrg.irs who just ) '/ enough to make' The tailor answers: Sew, sew. year bestowed on three leading temprance. to scream.on tia Fourth by recitMJg a patriotic .- for the first time without being --.- -

o)ulj I rich and then the and Mr. Harrison was in :rare good humor way.: the elder The acrobat, Den Mr. Ira"H. Evans of poeto: fcaa? Fraadsc. shown in.ca.seefmishaps, the grusotrcompassweed
have read that was ; 1 ,
; : also which was unusual enough to I 'That! true, replied gentleman jumping.The temporary chairman; he had much to do in ( husband
: MRS. Ton T.IUHB and her 'UI which abound-.all over the ,
from conceivable his tone had a shade of sadness the lesson in -
of.lhem every of the : securing quarterly temperance under the
letters world
bushels add to the around the .
pleasuies distiller will make a flat leaves of wluch. :
still. broad
of themthreatening materi.lly he could be decidedly in it. "I would give all I'm worth, The the International cur.a measure steadily oi Me&rs. Sumraa Is& Browa.NICHOLAS plains and the
of some management .
sort people day
: make The baker, rising. by the W. T. General C. B due"north and south with an accuracy
j life and some asking for "grumpy" on occasions, but happily if I had those merry girls to sunshine flourishing. urge. presided the of ) Cyocca of Batimort Ydh point that of .. i
The writing-master, uti artl as unvarying as the'mag
my and he
"j. home sighed, of itt1
dYhad in quiet the temperance b3 made a n'lelnbr -
the my stands in :n th
for all concerned, preceding <
I end Eva .
to .
1: : money I many abusing me, and no been a particularly profitable one. as he thought of a far away cemetery, The trial justice, fine. flat. battle,and Wra. Reynolds, ori'eoria, of ati He i c"Kathleen M netic needle itself.-J1trper' Young"if.Ptoyle. ". --.

i the marriage proposals from unknown "It to me, it takes where the hopes of a lifetime lay buried. The apartment hotel-keeper, who was unanimously elected permanentPresident voure" _ _- _ .--'* ."
; appears the conversation was interrupted The weather bureau clerk, fluctuating.The is at head of a. movement in COMMODORE XUT who rivaled! Tom -"
vagabonds who sthe\are much better tho e girls an unusual time to prink this Just here who plumber, piping.The his.part of the Stt.th Jhumb as a dwarf sme years ago, is selling Pedal Measurements. ,> -__ f'.

.I than any Anarchist; that Mr. Spies willMEP1 morning," said Mr. Harrison, looking at toward by Kitty the umbrella, came on the tripping other!' gardener, springing up. Mrs. Leavitt writes from JaJkok. Siam tick\tt for a dims rcueum. m Boston. Ha 1 The-size of the foot varies in individuals -* : :.i

had better con- his watch a little nervously, "the trainleaves along The furniture teamster, on the move. ,that she. had an audience ? of ray hire l. within wide limit but the average
behaved anvhow., and I side'f the tree; usually her movementswere i going before him with a parcel of W. ; which was tried in r '
m--n-- at eight. is in debt Sia different is pretty
lr" I dude their oiler A great said the most graceful, but to-day the short, I The minister whose church : U. and copies of the I ABEnUE..ltT' a play,even tlO.ga length among -peoples
down ,
to accept be I doment LJ.llo. with certain
,:,!! "They'll presently drsss in catching on the : fair. .. Union Si with a whit it had Tersy in the caste, and i sid t constant,,and would appear, p
I see smile she persisted rbbn I I ,
as 16 the de-
.I t> many include photos so mother, with a surreptitious tappy shoes in a most awkward : The shoemaker, awl rightfwith an up- :.entering the place between b i a very fJ le. exceptions, to be an indication of : -i

Ih I, p how good looking they I : Oh, I dklarrJ' packed the sandwiches into one of the tops her big I per tendency. guards and meeting a handsome, sminggentlea Ax pretty pir calls! atteation to th factthat.notwitb.tajilmi gree of civilization to'which the rfbmmu-. .

I ) pam. full of silly baskets. manner. : to whom Mrs. Lavitt, re the fluartohiOZ cud- had attained.Thusaccording? to .
not know the world was so tired of us, that The rag-gatherer, picking up nity '
; .4 in At length there was a subdued rustlingon "Why, papa. are you asked I The hod-carrier and elevator boy, now calling the manner tujht in S.o:i ot miM;iaJUjrni my an I Austria, ony series of measurements collected1 from .
ft'olss it seems to be. I am nervous, the stairs, and the three girls filed you get away by yourself she 'ew England chidho courtesied WdtYnew ppr.t3 aal opmttu : find the proportionate
various we
il? his side and now down. three after took her byte sources
: sleepless and nearly worried to death. in demurely, and announced themselves sweetly, as the she curled down had by risen, and,; 1 up The undertaker, run into the ground. tme led her to a seat, the King n il."wnilj kuD rn thiru-nuu to fSJ. npirw w$a brja durinitheryeartsfi. hi ford i length of the foot to the height oUheindividual
The injunction suit cost me a great deal ready. meanwhile horrified The doctor, recovering. evincing much interest in Mrs l.avitt.s account represented by 100, to, be as ..
said Mr. Harrison, as looking at each other with of the AVorld's W. C. T. U., which, Italy. .f
1 has been shut "What in--, cobbler the mend. a that flew debutanto-s hive maijJ au'e follows: Parisians, 14.8; RussiansJ5.5;
income The on IT ii
of money, and my the had beaten a precipitate retreat. he* understands English, was not sill
4: his eyes fell upon them, seeing faces gen siTca ia Loaloa th s ; Chinese, 15.1; Australian
oil hand. I have nothing now anc he "No no," he replied, in an The astronomer, looking up. through .an Mrs. Levitt (bd. she Hungarians -
1 on every and his own defeat one glance, Kitty; interrte. of Oo Wt 15.1;Algerians, M.S.
joke catcher to Board l. laYelaul aborigine
, of and The lobster gone pot. writes: Hevernd Missionary : \ma1: -
book on the life the uuuttered. unusually gentle tone, placing < l at > '-i
butthe income of my bit his lip. and left senten The aeronaut, Pray do not send put any more wine-bibbing, pp .. "sh3 carried ._JfrdkdReerdr :
trim waist "but I up. s th
'Mr. Spies, and the attacks of the press Plain white dresses without I ruffle, caressing hand on the The diver going .-Botim Cou- cigar-smokinz missionaries; there is bad example -I ruit ill OoanoJ#J. .: .w nuzzo-soprano "'* M.hifare

I have tuck, or overskirt. thick, high boots, am thinking so run away dear, please, I enough in aU these hinds from the ungodly ,u-ieaO-of J great\y so.1 vo.urae, notably strong m the The plain and whoIomts.bf '
slow. roice
.tr1Z have: made its sales very broad toes and no heels not I hoop or and obeyed. i I rie. men of Christian lands who are inHoveramen ipoer greatest blessfngsev4.,, .

not spoken to mother or father for Yes h was thinking, and his tram of employ an d engaged in bne not for luxuries jjr'naiq1J -. ,.
b. _. bustle, they were the plainest, primm is reported in failing Let Christian be : tapght t< pray
months;then came that cruel edict from trio of maidens, that ever appeared before thought was on a new line, a he ]had>onilcred and Tennyson dic.'J; ? ion is already rife as healh nU these things m8ae wml S or tr body cap I GAME t th* !last-Cobbleii playing J ties, but for daily bread. ? -tvH' <.-

er9 allowed to Nell's }1-right hair ] over and over the words he I following their ." 1 .!; .4
b by
.r te5aler that I should not be a fault-finding papa his i will succeed him Laureate. inj\r beba .' -
he weighed a
somehow : -
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r v If f''thr1tk: l len h h'JlUBUSHED ;, development Sentinel), refering nnd renown.to the The whole-souled]FVrltl.i] I j': teachers.In under the. immediate supervision. of the'I W. H. RIVERS, i 1 -- ,-jifOI'TIIE- I.n.mIlSSI01ers. no.\ ) O}

founder of 'SUBSCRIBEFORfl I 10rjtll! t'eki uf Brndfot'd
the town of at
I McCTen'ny< says: re" < to the action {'onn lIou
WEEKLY ATTUtXEEIADFORtCOUNTY.FL0thA pon c liberal of the E (em the !tIu day ct July of"aid

$ : '-.i- Captain C. B. JlcClenny, who. is one l legislature', the tuition fees have: been ID -iBGR2 ODS I. l'i'uc'Clrngg iftviri'; wer1mg and I).. J?i';, the fo
: dIP'
of (the < tift-n nttamt
most i
modest &e4
.. --- unassuming, and I mnele i>o "small: as to bung the :advantage's: '. I ilay of.Jllly A. D. 1A lirdon tj .
I, C. WEBB. perfect gentlemen ever met. besides of the sch'ol ANt Ao ret'-terd vote One third
p, : \ being i wi'hin thc reach of every t in; fnr:1 ('han .
Evlltor and
I Proprietor very wealthy, Is able to prove in sub citizen GROCERIES tteorirautror fir countrfiWlsnjr p
.j r a of.lh-St.t!:. Any number of pay I I..t't, : .lIaid \
}&u9n. as be received from any of the I ant this ':' n. by the

:t'Ir',3 plus- matter, his'beautiful little city. counties in i t the State: while oncli county StarkeFIOrida. Starke I1 im'.1"ith fly the Hilt reatu-atjon' In opeug.11 In beeQ e

,1 Subscription j'ric j if jviul III advnnra; ( About' sixty new families will snake east: of the -MI wan; nee i is entitled: by law toa's Tirk 'u1'ingIVIIII that 8.d*eOOOD..OI said eonec ,. .
Macclenny their r I om.' third or the r is dUly \
$1.so If future home. -r-- Rtfreh'o&ers
.i notpaUlin :UlV.ll.OO. iah They many fiet scholarships as it has i leprescutat'nes I an.1 that the of said eoI
BOtiscril will be ,when come from northern states and ;1 1 .) ; fff1:{Y tlf''tl < 0 i iI tllel'.r"r sg-nntutes thereto are I1J1tJ,1
1 1 notified his) a good in lime !lower House of the !eg- !!I t'1f'ctihlL rJrtJert. by the gflnutn .
: j o.-tJ. subscription; it> oat by a large cross after: many of them have been wired that Mac j"iaturcn"ilil11el' :t .ts! to thc.se! scholarships A t. Ja1t : (j f} (": ; ff11 C:; J JJ I Drautfort 1 comIty' JaIl at on the the It'Y'ral pr"cincts Boal'll t IIW'

sits name, and if nfl ordered otherwise clcnny has won the victory ,. -'j.: t. ; <:1:4 f"-f"r, .r'i I 1)., I'>,. for the! loc'ttiou 17th 1..1" Of Augn 8al,1'
: ... bj) obtaining me 111:1110 l"y the County; O'linnissiduers. .r_ l ,1 rr"lforci: of tb@ ..

:5 the paper will be promptly stope.l when the court house which in itself is an incentive ._:"}..'I.. ,l L"_:,_-.I ,' Q.' j1'l) .. .J ,., "._. .7',.' --- : 1 that I'oPY ot thls County.order It be I,,. fu"tber Connty 0 8'oi a eat

1 the subscription expires. to develop] the tide of home-seek It is beconi'n, j ; -. <.t'ITT"TTr". '. ... ; Tel..graph a np.wlpapel'Publubi :i tbettrke
,. : : well known f.ict th-tl -- :: ; i., _. ;1-1-:100 4 =- ; Lralfor4 Conner for tIle publishf'-d
in j/
-.r. r--r ,
ers to this place, and from what l b the :' .-"-,'.-'"..-'S' -'i r.. :J.'V'\ ..fa' space OI thirty '
; tr d-
Short articles of public interest will't can e Minleii'.s) East FlorilaJIl1Iary: areocciijiyiii ..", '. ..'_'.J'A I' t )J. mriait* 'Ilblic'lttlon flectIon. ., .
.; be received with pliIlreand: published learned they are pelf-sustaining energetic ; :nml iviiii i !; ssitisf.-iction! : I inpositions : !"" l.' ..5 ; ;! .r.I". J ;" TO there. ot gyiLoittsjnxKo the ,

;::. but In writing, write: plainly and make F: northerners, who too, will add to the already ) of, trust: ;; : :and iiotior' and prollt 1 ii 6'r: a I A1'TE.T: ChaJrmn&i v :'.a.

; your story as short as ix>: ible. People tall ladder of prospeiity i of this i ;earlyi'm.hl e-oiinlies ca: .t of the buwaiiiKelivir. ANEW I U. F.YORK.;. ,

rei do not care to read long winded articles.Starke.PIa. place. RIVERS & JOINER .'ttuaitor,11'rk fur Circuit hoard(uurt and E OfficiI ac
.1 otcoUDe
i V:: ., Aug. 13, 1887. We have a new. neat, and handsomecourt I[ This Seminary: is a most excellent! and ,,I SUBSORIJER STATE ornrni'lSiOne 1
house OF
furnished and ) FLORIDA.
ready his
" State School and should receive t
; Honor Judge. Baksr, ,jiext October. 1 It a CIII'I"/lI' and from I. If. ". ;r
r : COURT hearty support YRK.ClerkofCjreWtC
THE flu USE Q VE8TWN. lffll-it ,
was built and donated to the county h by the people of the Stale. Floridians should DUGS AND CHEMICALS! ty t.' mi'jj'II''rs.AU'fctor do for the Board of aIltJ ia

JTbe application for 'injunction restraining ( our public spirited ahft\'c' i4 It trill' hereby eertl Y
fellow-townsman. and that
C. be educated in Florida. corrl"Ct
t' ;.. any further action in the matter B. McCIcnuy] at a cost of two II ONLY ONE DOLLAR A order, 1""f 1 toy tb I14Jd Board copy tit or the O tba
1 ,. cr three For copies of tlmaunual regi-ter (which TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES : mIS I""N. Countyj.. .
,,> I of the ejection, for change of locution of thousand dollars. contains; full: and reliable information tSKL1 Witnf'i3 my hand "
r :, the county site o' ihis county, was heard,1 : on omce this, July 6tii Seal ,
It is thought that Ir. Carl Iligglns-: all mattel connected( with the Seminary, ) IMTKXT. JIEIHCIXES &e I H_F.YQKK.lAA7.
r by Judge Baker \n last Friday, at Jacksonville. j YEil'b Clerk.
' bottoms of Levy county, was the first and for blanks on which to make: nppli '. _____ sr I
1: :" ... white child born on the site of the present cation for count}' itppniiitniPiiN.: apply PIESJ1I prioNs C.IIC: FI'ILLYcoII'OlDEfl ELECTION NOTICE. (,

.,. After presentation of the pleadings and city of Gainesville. He was born in the to Supeiintcndant i IMwia P. Cater.Gainesville. AT ALL jsot'its. 11\'H a EJtEAS l'titiftn 11'O'l TJIEPR"SE-iTATI010'

: .. I Affidavits, the merits. of .the controversy 1825 in I Fl.i. : ;iono'r4 to the
: year a cabin which stood under of Bru.lrorll l'0n1Inia
" were discussed, us we learn, with great This is the official at Ult'il' rC'j."uar County stat of Flol
a large live oak tree I monthly
near where the palatial 0 paperof : ('lauiruty. sUt 6f said lneetinL ht-I.I at
force and legal ingfiuiuy( by counsel" *'o.lu'III'ro'e.dlu'I'. cbur.ty on th" tilt
| II"I ";. 4th day
i residence of Col! II F. Dutton praying for an t'lt.'t.tion ot JI1i7
j each sidej after winch the Judge rcscfved stands. now l'Ol"\'J MET A U 2nd, i-s!7.Present .- DRUG STORE.i the t ..-/ of tiut' said to change the
At that time the nearest house I county and f ar u '- nn-t.theiatrfactio county Si

1 Ills opinion for greaft-r consideration and was situated near Paine's Prairie and was: J M. Truby, Chaiimain*. J/ G. contaimt Sll.t slidl iviitin I is ,? unf"nnlty" with of the the hoard t_

,. ; on last iloud.ty. Handed down his decisionI occupied by Seminole Indians. The, Alvarez. Talc Powell, J. C. Richard: ; and = ?.: ": = t .It'I'C..1! W.TgK.-! prtvitE'bt- '< I tu Statutelaf'

'. danyinj? the injunction.& So it comes the nealestvhiite D.I Ij Alvarez. iirrr :\ 'Pi / :,<""I r'I ::::; Ji1.u all the county news. and r I'rf'dllcts in said county held fin the)at the
neighbor to the Hi : ( sevent
: i7tIttu1avofAmuist
gins- -
< ;;'j .. t'
flection will be lu-ld. Records{ of council jcf- : '.. :iJ ) 1 .'e.uantv sit.- D.. Jw to locate
bottoms o July 5th! -1887. : !I. I (.f bard tile
Col. j
lufclnul'd was Dell and his residincewas t-j I"i-i. r L.-t"'I JL1 =_I..2 -.j"f'r- +. tile ruturi,' h, connty. ot lra"ford ald
: Were that: an appeal is read and '--- .. ftioI\
at : approved.Communication f yI to be in the conformity With
.," Ncwtiaasville.! Mr. Higgnisboltc ". ---- ,)---'_[, I 'ff .. ought home of that thk n.liec ftf Ele.tion law aD4J
the Court but -' ., 'tatr1 bt.ubliht in
of to an :
spoken Supreme read I Tt'/eravh. .
,.. has often hunted ; from F. .J, Field I 6..1I P-- I : fI \ t I a weekly n
deer where the / ..V J ; '.1 at 1Stark newspaper
:: : in said
j. publl.4
'.." -appeal will not di'turb the holding of the. business portion of Gainesville now stands asking to !having his fine remitted, amid on "f .' ,\ lr L .' :wrm1i\i e' t '. thirty days.TnT county fur tL space
,,, ... citizen. .
t .. elfcuon. : .; as at that time it was a dense woods:a motion of J. C. Hichaid that said fine of '.t JI" I every | I I f'Il'rk:of the Circuit H. F.YORK ctl'

.- The status of the case: is this, the Board four dollars and. tp/JJ. .:til.\ f ('c'rk! and auditor Court alltl Ex OmeiLI
fifty cents be remitted ; for
r howling wiMerness the
% in which condition it ., ". C"euauuissioners.IN Bv4rll of Count
of County Commissioners entertained a and an older drawn Town -
on Treasurer
.< petition for cbnngu of location'of the Mr.remaiDwl; ,until sore time" after 134.1 for the same: motion carried"; J. L. (OASKINS

."1 county site, and oiderrd an election for Uigginsbottoms of( is now nearly C.J; I On motion J. G. Alvarez that orilers be ni;.\LEU; IN Our Regular Subscription Price is i c CmnnSSIO-iEP.s' Ol"RT-C.\LL MEIL
t years age, and is a remarkably: well!I I I Jl"I.Y :, lS1''
'-; ..' that purpose; some of the citizens of Lake preset ral man. He served in the Confederate drawn on Town, Treasurer to pay following ; Drugs & MedicincL rd.rl. that the- ()lIo''in;namt'\ + _

,: ..: Butler and near there. Ix-ing opposed to bills viz: .Starke, Fla.Physicians' ;tion'art il/'rE'Y appointtod Insl/t'CJs persons 6e.1111
but with 'Ii a
army the exception of:1 ) lU1i1 for th yam-Iou' el :
5V"t '. the change sougli* to stop it l by) injunc war times he has T. A. Knight mayor fee 1 cnse.-. 150) : Urao1fur.ll'ollr.ty State of FloritJa.t'1t"Ctio3 districts oC
I been
never outside of I On
i the
i of
$1150 day \U"II"t J''t
Prescriptions \ I', .
) &
: ?f' ;. tlOD. but failed the rein. Sfarke hopes tot' H. L. Sparkman clerk fee for the purpose
the ; 1 or
State of 'l'loric1.lIachua Advocate Case ,50H. ) C'arefn/li// (),iHjifluinft'il U llin. tho County :ite. foe

:* be tie ltickyp'hcefor the location., -- ---- 1.. Sp>trl' man 2 license fee 50It ( jd /wllr.v-dmi 01il 'v.Fur. I)district. Alvarez-io.1, with votIngpTae\ Lawt '.

, "' ., The young and-guy '(.ityof Macclenny ntl-Oaiublliir l.aU" L Spurkman: writing 2 copies : i July 26, IS*') -nl.U. ,. hardy Thomas and A. W.ii'h"I .'

!, .. }I. still jubilant over her recent court house CIIAITEU 3TC4-[Xo. S4.] Or. . ,. .'. . ; 1.. :. liutler Fur dilrict J. H. No.DO\\JiD? with, John voting pfacv: nt Lak.
: ? : An Act to Si'rprcss ILL. I A YEAR INVARIABLY lJt'ld. Croft and 1'. J.,{
Gambling Houses Spaikniau IN
The will continue wriiijiir 2
: : Tictory, hnUaujuahs copiesOr 1'1' lli"trkt Xo.3

: t '. to ascend until September first, when the: :and Gambling. '.I . . . . . ... 58 D. MINER .ANGE'I 3 loolhou,1., .. ntaIIII.Zt"1 with otixig farm,pl.:1ce J. G.at Tholl1ll

I-t :| !:* glorious jollifications will wind up with; Be it }/ttlrl'd by the Legislature. (1 tIle 'ttlt 0' n. L.Spaikiiin:: :; 1 draft book . 21I : : I For C. K'rt'callli dtrict Nut J.t.C. Pearce-with RobertiY .

an old fashioned barlifciie of everythingin of floridtl: E. I 1). Wall mars'Hal salary for July. 40.00( I ,. -I l-O : ". ::\ I i'\\'t'U.l'ro\'i.It'lIcl' W. T. Weeks A. C.voting o.lom IlDd place A. :1&.W

''.1;: the world good to eat and a plenty of Section 1. If any person by himself or i E.:: I 1). W.Ylis t per bill . . 1.00( ,f. .':'' ). ,'.;- r' ..r .::.?- "ii -.. AND $2000 : I I. For W.di..tril't l'nlJolstl'r; Xo.) with voting place at Pine HIlI,

J. it and to which "VH-J'' ( far and near herself, servant clerk. agent, or in {1.1. G. Alvi.-/ hall rent for' .Iuv.! 3 00 I "Mh.. in.. B. P. Ward and Th.s.----.,...
f any
are cordially invited. other manner shall FJ.. Field line I i emitted i I . .. F:'r.Ii; rict X?. 6 witb votin .
; have keep, exirci 4.'(() T. place t Stark
i ._ ._. __'__' >e, w' Iurt-deit N. J. Jones and r. ". .,
or maintain uI ______ __ Fur district Xe. weat. ,
I *. The Board of County Commissioners gambling] tablo! or room, or I ton. D. vHh'otiug' place a.t Ham t

.. met on Monday and adjourned, afternearly gambling implements or apparatus, or Total.*.V>.41 I. H. F.IIa."n.'ilc Y4)RK.Cidrk)' JODt"1i of the a.1 Circuit P. H. Casoh. .
house motion ('alri'dOUln'Jli"ij.r. NOT PAID I IN J ; and for ra.lt"r.1 Court !
|l'a week of hard work on Friday afternoon. bootH, tent, shelter! or other places] AnV'ANCE i tIc Ut'arl of County county'ommi.ssioDt'rs aDd }.Lc Officio Clerkl .
for the ;t G. Alvarez I for saW
purpose of I hat }L I). 'lIl1h' [t.t bcrely
;. We will give the Il'Jlort of proceedings in or gumbling! a certify that the foregoing 4'-
or in any place of which he Wall saliuy: : for- July tint t the oider be WATCHMAKER correct tralsc ript of the order made in sl tj
. our next week's ivue. Oa Monday a pe- or she may, I'.r the Loard'of County
drawn ami i I turned over to the _, -h ]- II on the -XI day of } Commissioners _,.
directly or indirectly have I clerk to bepaiil I July 18'1.
, I. tition was prl' cntl'Ct signed by more than charge control ? .
or inauM'' ] In the treasurer, motion carried. ,J .! :.f.1.'L.E_ I (SEALI Witness my hand and seal lit
r one-fourth of the r4istered voters in the emeut. either exclusively or = '" So 'fticc.Jul,' 2id. Jw _
.. ST.\HKE. FL.PICLL .\. that
Jr. L. 1) can
Wall see
you IIF.
with tax
others we YOKK.
.hall assessor
r. ; County, requesting i hat an election should procure, suffer or per- elected, L attention, pivi'n to rpjiali in Wafeht-s Clerk.

:, be ordered to determine the wishes of the mit any person or persons to play for came forward :and) was .sworn III by the LJ ('locks m.'l .1uo elry. Xe.. .\.t'11 work ilone '
at rta.sonabk ,.
1mio.s forcasi have
Enquire- 1
nu.or. Jichanl made
people of Clay County on the question of money or other valuable] thing or things, i and race a big reductionto FLolun.U.lLW..1Y '\ND
( )
01\ \
: i Belling intoxicating 'liquors in the county. at any game :whatsoever, whether hereto -otiul1 .f ;r. C. IlichanI: that: J X. __ -- __ .zc NAVIGATION COMPANY. "

: .' The Board onlere t f.u election to be held fore prohibited or not, or if any person or Jones; Ge-o. Pace and .1. P. Pratt be ap STARKE{ LIVERY STABLE.I I Iz THin CARD IN EFFECT 3IAY 2. il2:0lai..
pointed .
.. on the 20th day of September next. The : persons shall play, or engage: in any gameat the emigration coilVeIitiiiim All Train Run by Wth 3Iri tiaa Time (Central!

total of the County assessment was rcduc- cares, keno, roulette, faro or other to be held] Jacksonville oniig. AN') WESTERN DIVISION.hortft I I
'- I of chance .at i i .\ 3, ]tS7.. motion rEEf:1) SAM; : : in game curried. ;
ed by $100,000), and 'tile general tax levy any place. by any r-o. Orlj na aDd..f i
.. was reduced by one mill. The school l taxI device whatever, for money or othtr thing On inoiiun of Tate Powell that J. P. A : .. : t' 'j ';, ..ri! i ; r f.} 7J. West Direct and (\.nnt'ctiODI-tf. in.. '.
Pratt / Xortbwest
I "
be .;
of appointed' wm ); J
,. m. f wan raised by one inijll. The County was value, he, she, or they, so offending, the towu of. town surveyor for : A t, '. ny '.1 "--.1 -t Jloysg* J.t.lO' -, [J-t j7'- 'f. ;i -' .jn"" -.:: t.s \. J1. tilU "'' mt irs P. 31. time. j

divided under the nek law, into five Dis-: shallon conviction, be imprisoned in the tlar.e: l1II111alll I t 1 bo, ollicially l): .: J- Lt' <1'- ltlL'I I. ;; tj =! ir 1.aIIII".nt .
I notified of the t.-: -f" ..,: : Read down. ,
t t same, motion; : I Xo 1'1 2. '
county i II
not 1 .
: tricts from which County Conim ii ners less than three mouths canted. D! I'"S,$ ,-!.f.-f', "-_ r"fi '," it 'I", i ; Xo.l. No. 9
I will more than one or be On motion If J. ('. Kichani I hat I, 1' "I'.. .., .. .._' ":'; ''I. V I j. L .ae".viUe.Lv K. S H) a 3f3 j>,-r r.11II'a. .
in future be selected. Nine Di.stricts year imprisoned in: the I .hl", !. ," ... ...c. lim tal.lwin ..LvH4t 4"I .
'F ,
-. .. were also pjKJitionwi, from each of which: the State prison not more than three years, vote byviridi: onlin-uice No. 26 was; j R: ? 4-.:' .;." ": "oc "/';.1I.'. I I .\ _:_ r_ 45_. "- 1a. \.1 1.p.\rl.l.I'1' L ket 1t'.f) ...J "J

under the new law, a Justice of the Peace at the discretion of the court. adopted be 1''lIu..i.J.1''d( | !t .rc'a..T.: ('. 'J.J..J 'r. IoA.r":: ._-' ?. ..-t.. :....'i f1".i\..4.: It 1 I"; J a 320 I I' .\\Ia.lisnn" '' ..Ar 1 I': 01;.pg. 1<''1,
;! u.
I IZ' ,
Richard: si ml J H. L. ,.. 1\ : ;;-9 Pr 'l..ntic..I11'
I I :*,. will be appointed 1 by: the Governor.:. See. 2. That any person acting ns; Aivaiez 2 ni\s J. G. "; I -) .L'. .. ". .' /'i1 F a ;,ua J (' I'1' TnH..ha.q'p.\r 2 I 35 p II 2SJ
Alvan/, Talc Powell c7j of..' I. ) .J.. I lOam t: ip 11 S,
,. : The Spring Clay Co servant, clerk agent or employe of 'luI.J. 31. Truliy J A :: a ", 'i 1 I tu1ArJtainey ..Ar 3 22p 1 40.
: :2 t'l
: from L I' Hn'.r
Correspondents I'r
_. .___ motion la,1.OIl : June..Ar .
6l 40.
tk person or persons in the violation. nf., .,._ : 8; ..M.' '_-. _'.. _-7.. "___' Z all Il.t !ll' 10.:0u\rIaria'.nn.\r! P 3 al.
( 5.lr.p 4.
AXWSJGSS.Rivers .._ ,_
'l II'. .I: LLvll.
tion mi'linn I D. l I.. A : 'I1..J.; .. .. .
one of this act 8h'\I, upon conviction I vanto .-uli"-. I.il", Fir-l-cl .IIM'I'I | -.i I',a -Lv- 1'Vnsacola.1: .t p !.$, .
: J- I .. \
1 motion itunout t fiir i-.a! ',| j
l & Joiner have a I. b punished iu the same manner lost.On > at all parts otthe county are I 11 I:, ,' ?.M'aI \.Flon.I/.ton. ...-riiiB1S'i,7 |
us hpllr c1: "I 111:111.Tl'I1U. so-' 11a 1. aip.
> )1/.1.11. .
. hung over the walk in front of their store. in section) nii-tioii..1.! G. .\1\': AI' fi.S a "j
rl'7o that .
one of : ill thou Lv '-"
provide this 2 >
..i act for the of .M,n..hie ti\; vius ;, 'I': .1.1.i ], : lvI ew 0rleans..ji7.'o: a

1 Dr. Tate Powell also has a new sign. punishment o. the keeper of I gaming oidinance ;and the wi.nl cows uiier .\ :\ iiilUScc: ; : \I.\AiCi.X. licited. -V-.:. P a 7.M'1'I'VMontsornerr..Ar: It XI1'hvill"! .Ar 'in r.5Sp-i I -

: Bugg & Wills attorneys, have placed a house.Sec.. ever it occurs in I the same: ordinancecas I I : t:;:1'1.. ,., ("a.j = 1- ;'I' 12.m; a Lv Evan,\ille Ar J.JOa. -i.Sl '.-'

handsome sign at the toot of the stair in 8 hatiayperson ,vhe.her the J. G. Alvarez, T.ic I Towel! and .1." .M. I -- --- ? SSiKSSa: I !) : .. -Ar. :.2.' Ii gp"il. .

.1 the Jones buck block where they are on ". *' TruIJr31:1\sI; i L. I j ;. \r S.3.ia
r : .t who Ah'.ITI.zallo1 J. C' S. f. TEMPLK.TEMPJT5'S I \ SKlTAii \r '.1011. i
knowingly rents I '. 8.00p
) ilk f ( '_ .... .
;. : located and I lastly the Telegiaph has.a fsh facu ; 2. motion. carrie-1. --- .- ----. .-- -. -_.- N-.I ni..! : .laily, No !Ilanut \r 10.804 .OOp'
.11 tent -
t: *r t rom both &lldK !- 1O.laily. .
new hign in about the same place. to wit:: >1 t.ke kindly9 r' for the purpose of On iii.it lull of J. r. lii.-liunl I t tlrit: (iruli.c I MILLS ,'ae.TI.r"II h ,1t't-I.iUf ears on J anl 2 to New Orf: .

$ : at the foot of tlii stair. When gam- nan (. .'\o. 2''! be ,
: a man ing, ehativ slitt .conviction, be punched piihINhcil! >:O: ) d.iy.s :and I FLA_ F I IL an'! N. "It't'I.in ears on 9 and 10 43s

,' puts up a sign It is a sure thing, that he is to tie exteiffimdedInntion not to go into c'1T'llllltil( thu If have 1- cnit Ii l'riI1/ to f

.i-I either prosperous or happy, and there can this I act. i. one of of that:; lime, loot i...ii canied.On cxjni-ilion: IMfiNUF A% ChillER you no money Sh..t..t 111I1;< )UTIIE X DIVISION.K :

be no doubt but what all the above named L ) motion 1 Iil'k..st rute Orinei'vill.. l"
S ec. 4. That if Talc 1'owell 1 I I. 1..I'lIrg.I1r..1 t._
any of the implements! to :adjourn, i-r 1 \ 'l> !1I: Kl: : T 1:0S:1.t1 aIlINi.lts I in S'Uh o.ar..t .
gentlemen are Iwith prosperous and happy. devices tnolic-n tatried.ATTKsr I bring us produce and :id :'.
L; or apparatus commonly used in : :si-.i I )I't..d l YcHoAJ'inr\ we \"I. V.'S. Read -f

? H.i\'IJSO..UE RESJDEXL'ES guinea of chance, usually played'; iu gambg ; : It. L. SrAKKMAX, Lumber l of (.'..-!Y I)". .: !.:ii :and I I I!; 2'it, lull I'\r ernantlin3..Lv Noros.10.lOa-. ,

Starke will soon rank with any interior lin houses or !,y gamblers are found iii Town Clerk.Ayer'.s Q'ljiljiv.Lntlss. will tl"ade---ollly do not .forget ; t11J I' a.1.11'1..J:: I' .t I.v Jallwiu nllahalL ... ...Ar._\r )2.5 11.:,pt \',

1 city lu the State .111 the Core of handsome any house. room, booth shelter or other I -Sar.saparilla-; -- --is--(-ie.si- ncd : !I'I';; ;d.:,. l I-'lilin; :". I I'.r.--kctn 2-,1-11 1i' tc.m J.:;!;'a II$ .Lal.lwin.\' ,'i\'k-\'mC'. . ,T 11 ;1'a P-I II 00,
: place, it shall be i llJd! Fil1i 1 ;; '.IIJ.:: _' Lt, 'i'i' I 1010 -Ar ,1pO.05,1t
and pritna t those -r cM'-s' .tll' Lv
fade !
. costly lesideiices. The new residences evidence that who need( a mcilicijic : !iit tllJ that I! l..awl"yr tIM
to we want : p
500 1 1LUP.
purify I' I'! i: J.v i4tark.
t of Mr. E. Strong of Jacnstown, X. Y., the said house, room or place; where the tiO) Oml. Xo other iireparation: Il I-:; ;au.: new "..1: I' h"" : .'1\I'J.v. iaillt" "'i11....Ar 1. 2 P 11.47p .
; i 'J\r
M> well ': : :
k"-. ami Mr. T. W. same ate found i is i kept for the i''l''i:' :.ftl'-ni iell ii\cti fo 1Jh1uI !! :; :;i I' ..t1)a J.v"r! Kt'1' 3.ip .45 a "r
Sweat pjcct-s this ; 11.35 :
now in course of purpose of want.; It iiicreases; the .!.r'l& lun It.v P 2.Jp ,
151 7 : construction will be credit to any first gambling.Sec. and rejuvenates the whole appetite : ,.:' .htit-rs vvilii I I ." !' 1.J ,-|I. Suscribers at once. i 1 1'; a 11.11' J.v(Ha\\.thnrr.c-.Ar'jl ru Ora Lake.\r.2.2tip 5.i 2.O'JaIII USa
svsteiii.r(11r.1 p -
.r .. class city when completed. Mr. Strong'sresidence 5. That it shall: be the duty of any Its for forty years is one of Scroll WorK 11- "p 1I);.!fo$ a I.v Lit:C i1\"rr'I.ila'I'rill1'. ..Ar 3.3.':2" p.3.t5a....
; p
sheriff 1- 'r
. '. will be 30x38, two stories with! or his deputy, or of any police officer constant t t liiumph I (over) disease.AT ; -- --, I r \.p> ss't.t::11'(10: I."iitlwf L\.l'."....n r.'T'.. ,_. ......\r". r..j... p _4.5._'_& .:
? ten feet double vcrandar all when any of the implements .AM II 1 ;a vip S 2it- Lv- .l r i !P
on sides and devices ] 'illllltt'r\'ill.. ..Ai- 'i56 i

-;. .. will have all the modern improvements or apparatus commonly used for TIYfcXsTi:, STOHE.: I Vegetahe! and( AVIIV ? ; THE I 2.a..0&' I'. ';.1.:tut; iL Lv I.v St.t .IIU..rin..Ar s.u p P
OrangeORATES } Ar.1
0 for convenience xnd comfort and will cost gambling! purposes are found I have% just 1e( u'iveul :a larie; and weill 1 go nut.-ide of the 'lalC' to a suniiniT. resin ittoj STAR .i..i'i i> -.ia> Lv !il'TT111"-l'jlv.r? ..5 p p I]Jooo&r
JUillY .
Ii .I ; :
lel.C'tl'dtfld 1' n I.v .
a '
: : -. In the neighborhood of house room, !Ixuith or other of gem-ral I ptiul your Vmett: ; ion \\ hen von have 8 :to 13 .c.eIlllrlr 5.20 p
l'4 Lr
seven thousand I place iis-ed I a
.t. i lHUirht) in Northern Maiket; ( one of tin inoi-t 1l'Iitltfull? of Summer A Newspaper : :c; Tavares'r 5.4i P .
for IH.rI'iWndiill'l I ; .
the l' I.v
mipportlnsr tli< u .
dollars. This of \por.ka ... .
purpose \r .
: 6.r.
elegant structure is gaming to seize Jry"g l.s Notions of a ; p
the Ladies J.
." being : ( Watering places in your own flute at. JCulocrl.UCdlllin"traUun, I' Ii.; ;;;: 11 Lv OrlnJn.\r':06p '
\ '.. .. erected jusl south of Mr J. same and have them tine family grllI'that be had A SPECI..l 1 T :' Tbrouugh sLuting 8.15&
( M. Truby'slarge publicly destroyed I c-in from Y. Vi'llITE ?L'l.rilt'K JJIMCIXCK; Published In the City of Ntw York. .Ia.'k"'mt. Car4on X..s. I and -I. littW"1I '.
Ac .. and handsome resuiei.ce : i in i the street in the anv tnaikct.: My stoi k i is coiiipjete] and atI'd'e' and 4-"l:1n.lo. witijoutchasge'
; and presence of witH' t"lIar
\ grounds. : SCS. on the beautiful: Sinvanuoe Itiver in : WILLIAM a iu'-rth. :0.. 1\1111 8 Z

\'i Mr. L. C. Hull one of our leading boss Sec. 6. That if any sheriff, city marshall I tin ii n i i is I tbi-t!1gcilc.llJdore defv I, con,lu1t making itiujim I. Your alien. ALSO FOii sALE35C&oO Hamilton: Co.( The waters of I tliil'rJn i> Editor DOHSII13I3IJEK, and 1 tJailcl'f" SUIUIa.J' '. 'llilyios. J

. .. contractors and builders, has charge of or chief of police shall have gO'I.1resS'D your I'lIrchase. ,, are noted for their greatl'urali\'e qualitiesand : and Proprietor. I'.EI:X.\"IJX.\.tNDJ.tChSONVLLER.&CflUaily.

S this work and will spaT no labor or expense to bf'icve that gaf.-.bling is being .'....,t 1. 15. II. ,J(>XJ'>;. i corstitule one of the t huc-st pool- orsulphur Daily, Sunday, and Weekly Editions. .) '
: water to be found I JOa.i .
ff" in tlui'CoIiIItry.' 1; '
In making it firsUclass in all res: carried on in any house or other place j ; & .1 the is tir.t N.' II. 1 co ;. Jputt down. ,
Springs :a class hotel/ with! H i THE WEEKLY i : Nom 1. No12. ..
. pects. Mr. Strong is thy-, gentleman who imntioncd in section one (.f this act, he I II II I I I Ior. ample accommodations for hot. (-old! and STAR, : .J.J.W(toO'i'I' $2OaAr.bksnnvije.(0a am- ... .. Lv'5.00p &O .

purchased the famous i jllammk may: enter the same forcibly if ncccessary : I plungebaths.) Itt-nched by the F. 1'I t. & N. > A Sixteon-pago I ('OX\EL'TIOSS..rrlln..ha.r 6Op to.lO i .
orange and I f ,". ;' $' r i r," I to \V eihorri, ll.enc-e by hack line.s. mies.over Newspaper, Issued j I \t 'a"\1'\10! with
: .
'. grove on bij( Sampson, lake. List winter without written warrant and .to'' r. :., _" :.0.1 .f r.I os ., every Wednesday. "' .t"n, --a\"anuah 1'10ri,11and .
ti 1'l1ilrt'I/I
may ": the hifls i
I '. I '> f beautiful ;:>f .Mid.ile nirid.i. for n\"anlln.h. :Macon .
Ii ( N. ,
Mr. S. Is one the arrest any or .< \' () :-' S A clean purr right ,l rllt !. ('harl, I"I %Vt.4tj ASj.
4. among j i largest businessmen person persons violating : : ;. T't "ti < i Cheap lound i nip excur-ioii: tirke's: including ;: an interesting : \.1 k, ('hut l'i i.ati. 'it. gtoui. BS\ttimor Sew \
'i J.I.i
in New this F Ar1'IL c'ticao, and an.
York act. -: ,
"' State being General I I hack fare from Welhorn to the Y PAPER.It I'4u.rut w t :L'.I ;"rJh\\,s'.

.. ,, '. Superintendant of the Oil City Natural Sec. 7. That any person convicted of : : :: ,:" t f"i' ( il i':!t.!.(. ( : '.1' "., ill I Lot biriig-|'
Gas and Fuel gambling. or playing of !I"" : .. .. : t ofliecs. For tuill.ur itufu uiititt.i'utl.; going cAgricultural> ,.* news, JON a to the hour ofI .\1 I 1't0l"1'! ." wit tJ
Company and one of ti : b"1ltnes.of chance for ::\\fi\ ;,.",1 ..' .. : : ] Ire : I h n"r! i-iti -M-iiinern Railroad
: apply F. It. .
Board CflI I } "l> \\ : ;itt'o. (; / 10 any & >'> ticket :n..eiuior fi.r l' H.'I'SV1--:! l-'rti-wr | I
of managers the Florida: Orange Ofle. or other valuable thing! slml! I be )/\ I-i. wiite to U. K. r.txtoii, 1'rop.; White ; \1 irlo'ut. .'th Sf""lI Iw.ITII.a.'' I.l.-i.la KaZIroad for

4: Company (limited.) I'atellut'ur this; punished to the extent provided in section --. -------- ---. '-.- I Sulphur l'l'inIJltld, White Sj.iinsr-Fla. i; Market Fashion, -:1IIf.\'t (\r'l..; '"'::kt-!tiiat and T.i.-npa. r-.,' "

city. Mr. Strong and family will iitst tatl"tl1ernMCJ"t h; one of this Times-Union.,; .I ---- July Oth bT :JJjik | I )!. !,! i> ;:!ri-r-.rvit.] ay!' st. '',,r.Mai.nteea'"rrwenMrStffo1 d I '"l

Household Tampa.
. 'I in their new and nugniticenl: : Approved _June__ _7. J8.S7Ka _._ / .f .'. l..r .u.J ;.,, t ,;:'' I Political "* !j ILY' K-S: xr/.v Y4)I IK: AXI. I'LOmD.tTEJf.( ..]

- 'S winter n ,.11.1".i1 r., *. I ___ ___ [ Financial i -
''o. quarters HI th'n city early in the >( Florida Seminary.We i Itl!!li-'w I:: ; ; ::;* '.:trt-u=...- J P.J rr I and Comnit--cIal, Sini'LIXE. ': tI.li
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: -; 1" > itvUj Poetical I ': ; .. .
season. We ?!: rr-i .ll.n.i.lt'!
,6 congratulate the have received; .mcrous 50i.Iayi.' and /
xon- and ; Friday';
a of tho .' ; I
"t I people of copy annualgister : icn> ;-; r r.r'l i ':
-LO\-: i'\\-.til.; < Tin I !: :lJIl ik; rniUyKT !
Starke and! Bradford : P.\tH''s c..nJI.J.\IH.: 1 Editorial i I X"W ;, ; Charfwton: and. f?
of East I '
$ cuunt> the re Florida'cmill.rr for Ib's6 Hlk I'r.ibr.-.i-i.! Department", all .1. .' **** *
upon r- J'i *trt
.1 ii- '. I' Z.-piTsii-l!: ; : all kinds: i I11'1', I --.0 1 \ \ '' journal j ) ', r "r-r'Sc-u! <-r trained .
acquisition such 87, with PLML11i ; of ; I I. <'li.- s!: :
,g. a man as Mr. Strn announcement foi i--bS.We PURELY of material! : tuuiJ'J I I \ I'LdV .. lIi.'lily.I.! -> uttccn SJ.Iotn:.
. i. VEGETABLE. : ,] I..Hit4 wil! I h .. .
ilc St.
Afew.huiidredmorej.ist, that I I t it: from l IH'il'.III"..' \\tii: pr xt thing I am' r F .I''iI'g' Jacksonville 5:00; p.
note the :
such number students in : ; > '!1. 't, ,
: men us J It act with 117 /- Cut ,. ( ... III '!"I'': '.' .r.lr : ItllrtJJ.Y,
; M. Truh ; : extraordinary; efficacy on the >/ 4.I..i fr.cnel.itli.s Iril'Ir..I.> .' .- ..: ; I"I.I connect with tb .II .I-
K. .
G t
.iLgll"lutIcrican ;
Irong and attendance during] the : .a''I.t.: i''If.las.
W. t session : f axal I fOe'
t.l. : E. Daviswill pa' WlS I :? I':'"!:I.: ?".< in ,111"01.1 ,0d; can f. f. >f.t rcl'l1 \'IIl'111'.:. t rJJr"t :'. !'. rall. i"e R''tlte ,
ona. tti.
soon convert the whole uf fully ime-lhitd) greater than th, I 1I'ER \V v .: i : -.1 f >r "I .1 j wr. ;ir I -!".atruu''r f"I', th: 'rntJ'l.tlllgwltll'
Bradford fi anothern j 'v ; < r. Li-urn. 't: l M. i./ ..- -.., : i'IIt.-" !'hil"t"'I'.ii.w' York
I. ,
t : Jan ;!--! rpii tI! .
t ; .county into one grand earthly P.irdise.JlltS : i :, Vil l i...'._'--.T _.\. -./ .J'A 1 :m.i*: *M.. .,-... % ..r..ji-i.. .yKKr i I, THE DAILY STAR I !'n.. j!;.Jt I I'H..n..r.1TI t I I'.Y. Gu.'n.C;. 4'lJ.F.r\Tr.Lv. -..
.i iu I At'nt.
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j v >6. :1D.1 we lIIe jis untl thut everything I- ."' : !,1. I I' ':i Tli- iI: i:. fi-vn- . Tr.li". .:') "-','1'.
lOUA'TY ."11'rn I AN EFFECTUAL CijRt, I _.j-: "Ii.i. i in ,.. : i'1 i"''' !'( ti rday .\.
indicates au incren-f SPECIFIC FORXalaria. I I 11 :itru'i .1 1 ..1., .: mi a. ; .t fd a.t. .-, .! .. O. MjirlJOXELt"iT ,
equally IH large for j" i m !
|I d byi'' fr-iiu, |I'I'II.tnce I'a.- :
of isf.ie---y. : L"I. iLd 1 k-feet
Question our sitter county Baker I has Bowel 'HAMilTON :L ; I.. ,;, i". i J'l-rl.ii \ ,I I 1'. E. :r.\X o'. Ageat.
t lit M.->Mon which Complaints D ululit !I' :i aiflflL and ir.L.:
IJl'ginsl'l''ldcr 29th ropuik' .
fI 'njjuin bitn settled in favr of MacClenny |: Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, t I IT. I .._r_ __ : At Wo.-.i'1'-t i', .! : .t .Id -. I I c.r..' :.I.t.fI.11a ,t.
" l Constipation. ,T P the }.!.. 'I.. : .II. a ii (T ucts center", j i I,
S. anti this time 1SS7.K.vt Biliousness, U.I KY. tJf \ ImI Vr-r It -t i'<"<', i : t,
for j |I. t.
4 ? l.ii'icd (
good and all tbo
To lion. : l-'lorida Kletnejr Affection, r I IIIK STA I:. S. rUli ,. t.y j i
C. B. Scmimry i is the only State Jaundice, The best eqoipiwl soft">.>' !.. -4 I ., .:. .:. .- .: \ S.y tti'frrjL.
MeCIenn the Mental Depression, strictly n t > "t( A"' nirnr-1 f ".r It- li!T rv ... .' .. ., r
noble founder', institule i ; Colic flr t visited :
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I .m The
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: by a coiumittie fiom < '
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the only two .. 'J !t. :L'
youn l"i'i .
this is >- t" {) .,. : : 1. \ cv
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town -lue i-i--n "
this grand result l lute Mprl(>nocO .f I j I raari!! more I legislature w !hich ac ':* :.'-i'il I. .' Hi'I I '
than toitny (HIt' If received an uniialltlcd BEST In S>'pternb.r. For'r' m.cnlm o-C.- .- : ., I I .Sjtf< tat t"II" i->: 'ii l'attr 1illar Li
man. ladute-
'. little our struggling (]% t-ndoiseiiiciit In 'iii I the vis'iling FAMILY MEDICINEHo .1W. C' P.I TT!: .tX.j rc ., ; .I :..,. ; ,, I! 11'.f.I to <(4<-tt- ..;.! .-..uu\.": )
c.uy had such founder uponhom '. T..11 Ib 111.111 v.it: ; ; /'ocutl for 4 in> '. I
i ir committee. '-- I
tn Jcnn col.,; y'e' !i .t 4", .j. I
in the hour of la-r supreme tf : In ( I Iu.-.r.JIm:. : 4il.J -: ;' ; : :- : ..lIr \\Ahr. > TERMS Or TV: -:
Household : 'TI nhau'! r i.
i-unsc-qiienccof tins Should be : : :n'o\ tLY STAR
cndorscmept Without .h TO
It : i I. ; SrB-
a a' FfKi".su', I
forts tltc I.tIF. Li..i T.-.KT: ,.
nulcl80m 'i"I I.L -
he If' in
far ,, ,
: -ulvanci'd I ,. the l'/lltC'
: on h liberal :IPpr.'P1imtmPu was almost' iinanimouJy and,by being kept .111.\, \ ; rt! I. ", .' "'1 j 11 ..;:, l Ire .; t""lh"r with &lulCal.a..I, (J.-.... t:.. .SMI. >,: Stares j i.J.
1 ; the high t.. fortune I ready forimmedinteuse.! ra uui.. t'C \Vi." : "'T"tt al S't nl.j :;:5 u t. for f/"I'u.e fi.r Xt-w Yi'fk City : I
way uii-1 will .t' '; i.- .
but. ,, I.rt"
power Volt d to lh<- sure many an hour of suffering and[ :4uu.1u.-flt. I:, .. .1111" '01' r i..l'-: 1'11.t.xl'r\ anoI''ill Or I Ii IVryear. *
& ; .. -alasl Starke has Seiulmry. Thislj- many a dollar in time and doctors' bills. '' :; : 'j \ ::; i.; 1.1; :. rr.// tll it. rr 1..lho r/li..e u14 nh-r! Cln!;,tf.f 2.1 J.-
.4o. no out. who will claim I propriation has !>CL-i u-ei5 to ; 'P.-rui'," o) pf. t-:, I'I': ,": l'Ij!:.' u.Lrfl fr"JI p ;, &u te c.fah:p1': s will 1 I"of. i tts; ,_1"11"1'. ;.wi It I"'k : ell::,, of F.:.'..n.t. : < ... -.. .1'1 I (W O ,
T coiiiplcteiu1 THERE 'f'l1t..1 md.ij .
thelionor .1 I :
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.. of her parentape'au/i she : BUT ONE : I' "Y"1j"; 1'1"! '. ,. g-.tf n"l-lI ).111. 'I; !tang It : > orainir) 1 J 00
1 ;'%2. re'y! upon the justice and must improve the buildings uf I the SLminary.wjiirh ; SIMMONS LIVER I ,:;:;. 'L--.r:;:: : : :;-.i': ;: ;,:/I:. :;. I" :."':1 ;ii'll. lIm: by I I "ilh the i'roJ.ori"I"I'o I upo i/I.NU.. this.,.u Wo h. .h'l.. ..t.,1 I I gCKIKEP.3 TERKS: OF TlJi tAi!::V STAR TO t'tB- CqmmersialCollel c'KY.Ur4IYRSI '.
bravery of j> few REGULATOR .. r.u' Y.. : : I'T:, tli ;) thcM Jllp.r. a liI I".r: u' :: ,
:me :
; now t J.'ukag.-s fur .
mo :
: 'of > lIcrlgiily( : fitted for .o ;:1 11'n I .... .1. :.t IJ\ .nb. Evf-ry lir for C
: beroolle tti i nt'P /
citizens to" ,vindicate 3 'e that get th. : ... :: t :: ". Ii:" t..ft I lIaI) '. r 1a. :.Sr.ntl.y 7 0(1 Cl1eape:1t Best Bu'Sr.ess Cllcga in the Wot .
the il h you genuine with I : .
the red "Z' Ij- \ : : } Vah"ur.1 .
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of I
: puiposes State PiM"3ITOU ) q- : . flhu !'nno
JtaL'tl\ a Military bcho.i. cn.rt 'S Hr I : t; on ?>,1 C..B du.l.pp.
: u't ;1 ct'tf
.y" : in ofWrapper. : ':o-- It\ PAVTS Every ... Co.I'u.J
recognition n. rijiy. .
too great race for Prepared cnly! by t) ..n u'-: :: .' :'Jr (CO.) ; to u ;.i rii i"i- :. WorM' lo!r"A5hic", ; 5.t. '.
Students I 3: M I It E".s : a.
will ]hereafter J. H. ? E.. .r :! .1' .I : Daily, pr. .
f i U !he at all times ILIN 4. CO.. Sole )'j" 4 J. m.Y v.itaout sui.a.iLX; r..rt.1 lb1'ae'. a tJ."l.'o' 5C ;rD"." 1:1
; Proprietor. i; 'itut ;t.I'I 18 blll .
4, V. Fbiade.! ..;., P$. PRICE; 91.00. I "rtIl; :::" '' .\.I ire J .li".l (i'_ .'fj-O[ ca, Surulu'J' SI., U-.IcH!, )1'1".. AMn 2 Ut flt o.'itci. ,.I" '::,' ''oro' ..-. CD"t :.1'.1110)
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The Femandina and Orlando LAKE BCTLER, FLA.. AUG. 8. 87. -

f NEWS. base ball clubs }played at Fernandinafor To the Editor of THE!: TFLEOEAPH: I I II PROFESSIONAL CARDS ,: f'. A
CITY __ _ t: () ;
rns w2iTKiQ1tMwa
4ttd championship bat on Monday Allow me to state in your columns for I: OY4' DR. A. L. SCOTT M. D. A ; : ; -

; ler cooler. and resulted in a victory fpr the the benefit of the teachers in this county. J I. .. ..

jI, latter 11 to 0. that the lIon. A. J. Russell has kindly : f\
p pHM i* .I Late from Michigan,
needs a city park.4jjpfp offered to meet in a teacher's Institute to. I

A about For a good blood purifier be held at Starke during the week beginning KESIDEXT PHYSICIAN AND f'ala'-
will leave town Sept. try ) D'fY n GdS tOI6.
, S. Wild Crange Syrup, a home remedy August the 22d. 1837; and thai SURGIOX.

1stfc -.-- madaand lie especially reQuests the attendance of
--- put
up city
subscribers at by every teacher in the county. .. .
: 500 new :
'Wevsnt Terms Reasonable. -
S. F. tfardincr and sold by all the I Allow me to further state, that the object I i f't'.((.....titici, ,. .A; PrhLS:41 .. .. -

once.Stioes. drug stores. of this Institute is to instruct the Office atGaskiu's' Drug Store. I ....

Shoes of all kinds at :'o---- I'ri1
in the improved methods of
Sunny Side wants a schoolteacher
I \V. H. Rivers. teaching and 1 hope this county will bt )

: they have an appropriation) well with After an experience of twenty years in
represented teachers. ( CSrit tUa[
";'". :News scarce this weak, RUPM all for a school and no teacher. Anyone Board can be obtained at various private the practice of his profession has and no hesitancy IfTTlUio tt11'11 11 O St
in promising the latest, most -
-of our! correspondents think so too.Oar wi.shing to apply can address boarding houses at S3.00 per week. scientific treatment to hose asking hi

' Thomas: Dixon or John Moore 1*. Let us all meet the major with an eye to services.

I Hotel men are making preparation O. Starke. being benefited. Calls to the country promptly attended. Gooffs* Lace.s, ]LU.tnO.

' for a big trade this I winter. I'espectfully. AKIP1GPOWDER Diseases of females and children a specialty

I Starke boys play well"but need )1 r.Monday Joseph M.last Alien brought to our officeon R. T. DOWLINO, -Office at City Drug Store, or at his GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND

au orange that measured Superintendant.For residence in East Starke.

more practice. 10 inches in circumference.. Allen's .
' removing: dandruff, Ayer's Hair (COMEtt ],. PEEK
this trees arc ,
for sale at yoan-! only a few of them will
I Old newspapers Vigor has no equal. It restores faded
the present: "t.:1r.aukulla: Times. .".
office at 25c per hundred. --- and gray hair to its original color stim- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NO- I

ii** American I The mail train from the South: ulates the growth ol the hair, nud givesit Pure.This : i ... :
and ,
For Ladies TARY I \
. was late and silken ; I CARDI'L.L. .
on Monday, owing to the a beautiful glossy, appear- J-w I : .
B. II. Jones. powder n ver varies. A marvel
burning of a trestle south of Lees- ance. of purity, strfnijth:: and \\holesoineness H.
to come More cet I\OI1Hcal than the ordinary ABSTRACT OP TITLE and Real Estate .
several cases
There are burg and all paengers: and bag Drowned. kinds, and cannot behold: in competition law Specialty.: -PracticaJ.Tin .; .

;x before the mayor this rnorrul ,. gage: was transfeired at this point, The following was copied from the with the multitude of low test, hori Abstracts furnished showing every Deed
weight alum of Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale Judgment, Attachment
phosphate powders,
Revival meeting all the week at for several davs- Daily Advertiser-Appeal of Brunswick.Ga. Sold only in win,. Koval: Baking Powder and all matters of Public Smith and Sheet Iron Worker

'& A great many of our readers were Co., 10rt\Vall-st.. X Y. Record & file affecting Titles of Real Es-

this M. E. Church. Some of the ladies who have occasion acquainted with little Roy and with his April 17. "Mi.STARKE t;. tate in Bradford county, Florida up to ,

1 d Mr*. J.-Q. Wilber in enjoying the to travel Madison Avenue parents. Mr. Lucius Wilson who is a date of Abstract. Stai5keM2a:

t at Kilbourn City, Wis. after dark, say that the Street Committee brother of Mr. Harry Wilson, of this citj. MALE AND Headquarters for FIRE INSURANC E t'IILVlNG LOCATED: in Starke. in the brick building formerly occupied by C

summer to bo "At Satilla Bluff. Ga., burlda)", 4 p. m. representing the Liverpool & London&, E. \\'ym.n. I respectfully solicit work in my line from tie citizens of the town and aurroundmatfounty.

Orange trees are growing nicely, ought ashamed to al- Hoy Calvin Wilson, only son[, of Lucius FEMALE INSTIUTE Globe Co. .1Leaders work! : warranted. Charges moderate. Hoofing, Gutters and
t low'the walk on the north and half I .''
record. side of and Kitty Wilson, aged ten a -
Ldw and are beating their former 31. KELBLE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLID.iiiii
the !street to remain so bad. years.The. STARK, liltADFOKL CO., .
Lfl estimated to be 500 little boy and his father and just Justice of the Pea for Clay County, -
1 There was 15y an act of the last legislature areward: returned from a visit to Cumberland Island Florida. BIJODOXGULA -. MEN'SFine ..
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p. rsons at the ball playing on Muu- of $5 will he paid by the County Comraisioners having been sent up by Capt. Geo.II. Will open Monday\ September ;.1: 1887, Will give prompt attention to collections; and ..
K, Fader on the pilot boat Maud Helen.As and I continue ten scholastic inoLtlis" .divided other legal business.Kingsley KID.SHOl'S A. L Von KIRN "caU
for the scalp of Fla., Jure i": 1&!.>; 3m..mm Alligator
d.iy. __ every hear,wolf or soon as the boat landed at the wharf into a Fall Term of four months, .........-. ... ."... ....... .-.
Bradford panther: am! S3: for the same of wildcats the little boy went with his mother and and a Sprinir Term of six months. = .

What 13 Starke and taken within ten days after the killing to sisters to dinner. and after dinner his HATES of.tuition :$: :!00, ::3.00.. and. F.J.. FIELD ; $2.50. KI.gJ.fO'O Hand Smwe4 .

do for the SubTropical mother prepared dinner for a Portuguese |4.00( month at the..end of -' .
to per payable
,! county going the( County Judge of the in which .&Ladies wio hare been, BOOT AND SHOE STORE
county deck hand aboard the pilot boat Inch each month. )hl" e. ::::>..">0 per mouth:' :Shoes nirulc to order $5.00
Exposition._ the animal was killed. This law takes effect he took down, accompanied by his two NO deduction nudo for any puptl from BRICK MASON'SPLASTEREIJ.'VOUU::::::& wearing 44 and $"> .

n1 Aug. 3id. little shters.! lIe had given the boy his time of entering to end 1 of term except for *
that got so I Shoes, and Ilcsiriug. .'tls Line of ,, _
.. What young man --- dinner and stepped ashore when the hat protracted sickness or by special agree () Complete men.Vomes. '

badly mashed on a young lady at L, t K i:v 11;vFjjorLETS.Mr. of another sailor aboard blew off between ment. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.BOX Economy.. .Style and STARKE .. 1 '

)f ? Loring Drew is hauling lumber the boat and wharf the boy in trying toget Having employed! a most competent Comfort should try II ses'Bpjs and .

a the party Monday night this week horn here to build a bain: on the hat lost his footing: fell and was corps of teachers, the Pnncip.il 5 i5 jrupatred : 41 STAIIKE, FLA. pair of thii Celebrated .. .

& Mr.'McDonaW\ of Lake Butler, his place three miles cast. drowned. His remains were found late to offer every advantage-: thq.su desiring July 30 '87. tf. .
\ Monday evening and were brought downon a thorough and practical educationat line of Shs.: Ladle- CliiIdren\ ShoeaJfcomehem. | canlt

T. j made this office a pleasant call on liss Fannie Hozier left, for home this the Steamer'Cracker Boy to this city a low cost.Instruction. L C. HULL French Kid Shoe FLORIDA -: ._91
w 1'('k. -
of this week. for interment. They were accompaniedby thorough. Progress guaran- ? 4.00. .
b Wednesday There was a fodder( pulling followed bya ] the sorrowing parents and the younger teed. An early entrance and regular 4ittend.uice |--_ ---- : .
, children, a'so by Rev. Wm. McConnel, : especially &le", reti.. For further CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. -
ce Mr. C. L. Peek and family: returned supper and dance at Mrs. Wagners the Episcopal minister in chaige on the information address. M.L'Engle.. V/. A. Dell -.

I .a. Tuesday from a weeks sojourn on Friday 12 inst. Satilla river. The body was brought!; over STARKE :FLA.
H. A. CLARK A. U. .
Lakeview was well 'represented at Mr. in a neatly prepared box and transferredto f 1ft nnrt cf: Wl 1.i.fh11
in Georgia. -
ieh John White's dance last Friday eveningP.TU an elegant! coffin here. Messrs. Elliot Principal.Aug. 13 LANS and specifications furnished onJL
Lloyd, Gorton and J. B. Wright acted as G. '87-tf.ORANGE. notice. work solicited .
full sho rt -
mill is running on b hail Carpenter HENRY L'ENGLE
The saw a good time as they always do pall bearers. The family are stopping today -- and promptly attended to. Manager. W. N. BAKER CathJAG.Kso':1T

11 tt. time now and is not able to supply w"m ::-it this hospitable host and his at Capt. Tupper's residence. Although : COLLEGE) Hand made brick for sale, either at the '' ;'"

*oh: the demand for lumber. good wife at their new residence< I mile strangers to our people, they have kiln or delivered at the depot. : ; ,' LA.ww. ..

hit w.tl cast of Kingsley. the heartfelt sympathies" ot us all m this STARKE, FLORIDA.OPENS .. ..TuhS7. tf. '_'J'J -"'-_ _-. J ...
this their deep affliction. '. "--" -
r Bring your job work to The mill is still crowding out lumber.Mr. WLL DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. I-Erosirs RECEIVED.; COLLECTION?

ln and it will be neatly and and Mrs. S.V.. Wilkins leturned The removal of Prof. :Samborn, of N. SEPTEMBER 5th. J 1387, H. D. "MAS"N' )IADE'f USUAL RATES Or' EXCIIASUE.fiWOPJHINGTON .
1 office, __ __ __ __ _.___ __--____ _ _-.'_ ---L__ _
Joeal done.Ground to Augustine last Saturday the 6th II.. after being pronunced incurable by a and continues ten months, with vacation .. ._ ..-u..._. : ..
cheaply \
Mr. Sheferdek is getting the lumber score of physicians from Los Vegas, X. Christmas: WCl'K.TE.IlEHG.. STARKE, FLA. .

is being broken in all direction shingles down to his homestead to put up :\ ., to his home was effected by administering P. Young. teacher of
Jeit natural Scienceand: the Normal Depart SPRINGS!
: and Painter. Kalsomin
Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic which has sign
strawberries there will his house immediately.LAWTKY. HOUSE
ment. C.: J. Denton. A. !B., teacher of paper hanging neatly executed. -

An lIe a large acreage. planted this fall. NOTES. restored him-.to his_-_ former__ good--_ health. the CKiical 1 lliiilier :M.itli.-matics, etc. Order'; left at The Starke Tele- '*
u .Mis V. I. Poarce, teacher: of In.-trnnuntal" graph Otllcc will receive prompt attention. -;
Mr. J. C. Clarke is having the Our popular postnuuter and prosperous STATE and vocal musIc and l'lIi...tht'1cs.! Kefenmces given if-required.
' merchant, Mr. J. MeCulley, returned GOOD) IJOAHD-C.in( IK- iiul at Ia::: per Aug. 6, '87-:3ni., This popifrar watering place, with a new and commodious HOTEL, ra -

t second coat of paint: put on his J"l..i(1ence. this week from his vacation in Knoxville, A TCectiiis to be Held at Gainesville week: payable weekly waIiiin.ind" ironing __ _ the beautifi'* valley of the- Santa Fe. tWtJnty. \'e miles south of Starke, is ..

) l\Ir.II. D. Mason is domg Tenn. He reports great destruction to September extra. SEUHE'r SOCIETIES. now open for the reception of visitors. TO the overworked or otherwise

: The following circular has bet n sent to TUITION PElt MONTH. exhausted: aid debilitated its Milphurus water will be found not only
the work.tme.P crops and railroad from high water
members ol the bar in this :State: Primary :SI I l.il 0), I n&.t ruinenial *t2. Higher; Uradlord Lodge No. 42 "and I)} IJIGII'I FUL and EXHILARATING BUT: STRENGTHENING
south and cast of Atlanta lie is \.fl. K" ular communications thrtcl
School will commence in about : quitesati.fied "Ul/ljus ill Cl'tllill, Hi jnts null'ti/r.:" $:3, Collegiite i$:: l. Instriment.il: .Mtiic .;::3. ,A Saturdays in each month. and INVIGORATING*, promoting digestion and giving tone to the
] : with tic Florida climate; tlimo use of instrument :il drive from Starke
and the
of school generally. The-surroundings are j)1esant:
three weeks in both our system ,
\v. M.
,.l enjoyable night's sleep of his whole DE\H Silt: monthly Initiation fee 1.fffkcfctl .
dora tine idu.itiii] r of hill and hammock. romantic and inter
the i'fr o\ ( r :a. : < country : ,
a full attendance is expected on vacation that of the first rait( ic/tett n> > >thce /el. nisst'ttt Lake View L' I1 .N. 6S | y. & .
was night after GAI I,S\"lI.I.E. FLA., Aug. 1. Ifc87. ( : o \ 71Ketful.ir
to. to scholastic!' county pupiU.; esting. The- table will abound with the very best the ('ountryaffonls andno

-\ ___ start. his return. In Knoxville the nights were Pursuant to a call previously made, Primary ::E7, Int''rntediatc ::9.oO; Higher 1 Sat ui'tlay of Mofiiims ai,-i inonth voiid 2 <-lo-k.t1ll1 fourth pains will be .pared to make our guests comfortable. Charges for board .

4 .. 3tfreinschmitlt is the busiest sultry. It \\a* reported that"Iac" went members of the bar from different partsof $13. Colleirute i $1.j. F. &iiiFiui: >::K, CJH-STKR XOKTHUP, will be *20 per month, or *'0 per week. Children and nurses half pric?.
to the mountains, of East Tennessee with Free school U-irins October 1st and i is W. M.ist
37-c Secretary. r.
here for the State, met at Live Oak, Florida. on J. U. U GRAY Proprietor -
in 4 trains .1 absolutely free pupil;
town stop county
tr; man I with a linn determination to do some ---- --'- -- .
and he the twenty seventh ult. for the purpose For catalcignu: or p"rlilIhl'>, apply to I3UVoRlER} OF RED MEN. > i i *
tQ dinner at the Commercial thing to counteract the strong tide of State; Bar at From five observation 1 have uniformly found patient: .
XIl.q of organizing a :: Association .\ TKIKI No. 1, FLA.-Council years personal

i- feeds them well. female emigration from Florida this summer which: time it was determined by those June ."). '' :-jr.I. Principal. Fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep, laboiing tinder} dewpejiMa or any derangement of the digestive! organs ranch!

Mr. B. J. Farmer of the Record by blinking one of the sex this way, present to defer permanent organizationto Intlhll'l'll..ahle to the Toilet. at their Wigwa;; : x Starke, Fla. benefited by ihe t use of the Worthington Springwater, and havc"notedimproveinents

I but this repent unfortunately proved to a meeting to be held at Gainesville, D.irbys Prophylactic Fi-iH! I curech; i-"m;;, Tmn"h.ullr ., rs cordially i invited to I in cases of chronic-, rheumatism amlneuralgictrouhlesfrom! _
office of Gainesville paid us a.1 attend. G. \V. MCKINNEY,
be unfounded. its u ,
Florida on Sept. loth, 1SS7. eruptions an.l infloni! : ,itioa' : of til kinds; :Sachem. .
visit Monday of this ]I Providencl'j '}.".I Ju 'tSSV. 16 '87. tf. '
pleasant on By the it seems to correspondent July ,
.::1i way your To this end the undersignedere appointed cures inflamc'l or sore eyes; relieve : pains JAS. MII.I.OX.
pi week. i I that the ino-t need of invite Chief of n'orll A Batton.L&ce and Conrre Shoes. Art KUllcr
urgent as a Committee to the bar from I ite.: or "th.! /:> of ii.-tct-s aridore --5 _, ( your *r
-------------------- *( i
p New mile post and !sijjn boards: I I Florida is a system of "cold storage" for of the State to be prc-< nt at that time and feet ; destnn. all taint of p'-'r'l'elatidii or I May L-dif No. 10 1. I ::-- none MEANS genuine 93 unless 811OE.our stamp ccoriJIngtoyoornee appears plainly<3j.on Poaltl

p- I our wives :aud other female relatives dur- assist in this or ,ilIization. offciisivo! >.i.jii fr'):!! tit:- :'l:. t 01 any: part : -, ,O. O. F. Meets every FriIay ..'

' have been put up all over the (01111- ing the summer. They ;go: North and In behalf of the present temporary organization of the 'o.ly; c-i'MMs-'x-i'i! ,i w'lUfiiti: .skill Hall.- night Transient at hId brothl'l'9c"I'dhll"I Fellows I JAMESMEANS ,;

ty which makes it much better for :abandon us to a regimen: of brief and irregular the Committee extend to you Uscdn.; 'id.niiTno-. ; -):I"i': '* t h1 1 I':-raMi: ; --4-D. ; iruice. j I F. .1. Fiti-u. J.11. H IYNBS.Secrpturv S4 SHOE
I. travelers.Mr. loiters, brief acd irregular cold this invitation, and earnestly desire yourco pre'ervf-the i toi-tli an 1 c-r: ,>:; to 1.h \1.; R,.x 41. Noble Ijran.l .
A. L. 'cu'rr, Vice.Grand.CIIUKt'Ii wa not the
wear long u
oiltn'1 I dinners,;, and plenty of drafts on N. Y. operation and personal:: } influence in- sore irunis; :arid: t-tnl er A lift!! -of Hi.-: Fluid i1. 1 .
T. W. Sweat says he i is (
M.1. C' :tMir-c the lightning struck and burned for.\I'I1ilg the success! of the movement. in the w-ile-r I-- '- rs '' -t'l::! '; i I.. ':e''r:. ..-m-: -- t 'fJ S JAS MEANS
before : IhIEC'I'RY.swap ;
to finish his hoUse !
comjik-tely 1 a hou e a few weeks ago. Mr. E. G. Hill Members of the bar who expect to be big ai.J ci'i'1.;1./::: !b.-ii.fici.il: to tI.: .. ---.-." --- S3 SHOE

n.1 oil ,' hcbtopsand that the whole job \ill : the insurance agent, has insured about present arc requested} to notify the corresponding Sit::.. MflTIIl'lsl'( : I ( ('11 tltII.ervic : .,

:: be done by September. fir-t. I :ijlS.OUO::: ) worth of propeity. with more on ; :Secretary, and those who cannot .- -- :-: \ ,; every SaniUyat II I a. in. and r..an.1'3llh..n It t i'j.>nt r. II"r(roC 1:l.iMi-r":. ,ami' more!drM-r". an thoc Uiaa U
"" '
% : ---- i the wuv.. be present may i if desired have their at 1 s p. !n*.. Hulinrll'( till Tuesday ats rsl.>ll>:-.} f r.;:."<'U .v :. tor cumfort
; The side walk has been thrownup ..
00 .if' ht rvpr>nwn In th
k S. 1.bu.e names enrolled upon the minutes of theAssociation Martyrs to HeadacheSeek 1'. iii. Prayer :ne.-tilJJ. Thursday at 8 t._ '4 4 1.1.1..1 tor !iei-.a: ... *'o r""r.f'tor.hn .are atiei..rrmca V
and put in good I Ih:11'1: ? on Call '. as members(: thereof. in. -' -' ;,' ";u ...T;..-,...o ,irun Si U hI. ht and'ityll-'h,
Hull :\londa p. *
) ,4 I ia.e'Ji m ai-aiti :.i r-nv thoe of lt< weIght
:; ::4 street just beyond' 't11(' blac-k, mith The Macclenuy base ball club of Mac- Veiyrespeelfully.ThomisF.. 'Jainesville.. relief in vain, until they begin to "'. S. III'IL\HD( : Pastor. 1 I I t'1f '.i' I prf firtirr t..;;.,amr4,.:1,1.c..-:.r.-'n.I. !.!' 1''r. t-'Iu'Kit>*rn is r?e-iual.e",1 ry yta mana UM T-
p King use A .tr's Sarsaparilla. Then they regret SunJay.11001:: at !0::JO' a. in. t -T\. :..Lh V I ."id-', t !."- '.' i.' *t I>ive hithertoNtn .t,1 at _
I5&'j; clenny, linker: county, Fla., placed a ('. W. :Stevens Madison.: I : J j '.' j \ ,,; r .. '1 1'- .' ,''..f>pamsiamlr,. .. --
ehop.An A. J. Henry Lake City. the years of suffering they might .1. 'HAS.I II IC fIA R I I. :Siip.-ritittin.lent: I k .i1l I&I' f. i :.. r>- -i'T: !. .r.tM ;.. !.. :. n inuJp. It flt. yamp. .
mat<..h at this: place: last Monday .
election locate the ; game "It Il rv -rk.i.. .-. ; "t r 'aklnc in. -
I iS
to county Lad tried this remedy EYI.HTIX.: I y r'ti'i'f* 1'1 ItC. ..
ISl' : afternoon, aitbt< the "TelegrapYs," our ('hits.; O. Hampton GainesvilleAddress have escaped they SO( A: Tuaiurer.IJAPriHTCiriTKCII. I- t I I I :;-l,44 i... .. [.rr.f'.e. ,- t ., I..-II ...it t< v n.t '
- Kite will be held ui thi, c-oiinty "II : !, ('ha.: &;. O. I Hampton!; earlier. The trouble was constitutionalnot I ;. I it J.iLaI' :.: ." t..l t .:.,.Na.,. ,..th.flint i this
6: home club Quite a crowd assembled to /4 \ 43 '] % J ii r'-r... t., J"i'r.. '.rrI..t.! If you h"" been
cor.l'C.: : Gainesville: f la. local ; and until Ayer's Sarsaparilla ,. .. ;: .xperiencs
Li; I. 'i bt.
of I ; ,: : "UI
** next Wednesday the 17th day \c3pu < ;.. .. made bya
witness the game; especially the young OHDIX.CE (j. did its effective work as an Sorifis' at 11 a. in. and at S p. in. .gv.Ufj.. :;__,;r-:.. # ,",. .:. ,' -; ...\ y.-.. .. 't ir.-<"."r.r- than tbity Ihmu-11.1 mule I t
"P'P this rnot1i. ladies: of whom we have not a lew' and Alterative and Blood Purifier,they were 1'rnvor ineftinp Werlncs'lay' t.=_- --.*' f'!! --..1'--.. -- *.', tt" D'J by the t'et r
every and will ths n
tr"t: : J i'Ml SMtP" we plate .
la M. L. Juhu has tolots handsome: ones at that. An Ordinance Relating; to tin compelled to suffer. p. in. K. TALIJIUD, I P. H. Pastor Th**!-rfTP i*I'SIl.tt-f i. ,.*f"r ft** ".f.itr 3&'Mk .. cn.. .r.. TOr.;-wii. i.j any fcute or Torritory,If yo <-
l)11(11:1 .
: ,
.. :
55ft .4, :>oon after the game was called, it began Kiutniii; at Large; of hogs; The wife of Samuel Page, 21 Austin :on..I"Okln'l; : : mctts c'.t'ry SJlllIaymorlli1 : C3' < *! >--. t. .!. ".. ..'-.:' -' .. ..' '7irorklx -' ; ,

5 uf.Mr. A. (;. Couk.y on 3Iadi- i to rain much to the disappointmentsof ; Goat Within tin* Corporation St., Lowell, Mass.:: was, for a long time, at !I-!). IV tv_ _.* t . ., t& : J:3 & Co. -

t- eon AtciiH'e and will : erect I Limits of the Town of Starlit, subject to severe headaches:: the resultof MhS i r. C u. <..u-a .
: boon
: the: throng but alter: about an 1.urs( A. C. IlAMRiriC.I Superintendent.' ) 4i Lir1coit; 3t., 23zton, Mass. .
Fla. A ,
stomach and liver disorders. per
'- JI a fine dwelling. I rain old :Sol dri-jd his angry U-ais, and Section' 1. It shall be unlawful for the 1. R. M )Itm.N= :secretary.PHKSiiVTIIHIAN' ; .
fect cure has been effected by Ayer's Fall line of the above Slices for sale byJ.
the game was continued. On account of owner or ownel of any hog or hogs goator .
Cu .Mr;: J.- W. Hurnh.im, of Like i occasioned the rain, only live iioits, horse, ass to allow the same to Sarsaparilla. );; ; CIIFIUMT.Sei ,"
tlu delay by Frank Roberts, 727: Washington; St., G. ALVAREZ Starke Fla.CcU'en
Side, who IIP.: 1 his foot cut off several 1 innings were plaveil. the I score standing roam: or stray at largeuhin. the corporate Boston says that ho formerly had terrible \ i,'e-s f-very other>unday at II a. m. .

rn.It : limits of said to-- hea -- -
ba -- -- -
months -
111 age, is able to out I JO( to 27 in tavorof the "Telegiaph s. Sec. 3. It sbill] be the duty of the Ayer's Sarsaparilla, never found any --- -- -- ---"--

'Otndi and walking about. I! Mr. It K.: WntUins was umpire, and 1 H.halto capture and impound in a I medicine that would givePermanent Suml.iy S.-iioo! every :Sund.iy.it !ti.4): D-v/.i. L

I his judgments] were very impartial, and suitable place witlin! sud town, ;my hog. : Relief. i. III. J. P. PRATT Pin u. .1. E. I)ion; I .,ill it': :".. tu 5.!) .

: S. J. Temple, of Tt.'mpl1'Iill.: i is I It're ro-it: or horse, ass, or mule found sj I Superintendent. fur your lwlwlt nnd! t-.: p'lMUlmt! I' Wt
it1 :. \\ received: with perfect good feeling j roaming: ; or straying within said limits, i Every Spring for years," writes have: t"11 l-il:.,::11 G-.iii- DIM ;i" for

about the busiest man: in Florida. by cither Mile. and he shall advertise the same; for fifteen LizzieV.. DeVeau, :2t>:2 Fifteenth St., Capt. J. N. Jonex' Remarkable : ayir; 0"" '::1 iri I i 7 tr .i U''j: a" t si'ul it .
ixpcrience. -
lIe keeps two sallliIl'* in oppera-' )lr.Vatkimi", though h fair and fat, is days by written or printed notic'-s intelli! Brooklyn headaches., N. Y., I"I commenced have ha
ad re tion, and is a bridge contractoi, and certainly not forty, and is the nrj'l'ictllreI geiltly marks of describing hogs; and the the same mark; aKo and!eivins bind the of of have Aver's not had Sarsaparilla a headache last March since, that and Xo one of our citizens is better) known r1 tliceitt/: !!. ft.HH."t> I 5J.!::.Mr.\M.i itT. ;. l\ IRON'

\ land agent. I geniality' and good nature. cattle. posted at three public places within time." th.m: Capt. .1. X. .Tone For je.-ir-j the II I.rslti'jl'i\ ., :M; Ire. :i. ItrT.

for I The lece'ption: : at the popular: Kentucky said town. one of which shall' be at the "I suffered from liea.laclie, in.lipft- Captain was .itilurtd' 1 with a he-rioin humor : Pit".'!'. J. lt->.: I

rd W. H. Ri\crs!I has; just received ; Ilou-e, wa* a decided uoces and the ,: door of the ;Mayor's office and one at the tion, and debility; anil was hardly ableto or eruption' on his face Everyone I My littl-: :-".! v t. i i'Ji!i' wi< f-tir.-.I ridlt! .
i; door of the post otl ce. At thl'\pirallol drag myself about the house," writes :iw1 y I'{ i-5rl-; .l.\\\ t---r v.'.: "-,11 I TONIC
:: the largest tock of dents- Clothing: acquaintance! formed will be remembered :: of said t fifteen days: the Mi:'sluthill" :). Mrs. M. M. Lewis, of A st., Lowell, hereabouts; d.iubthwell reincinber time I "U.ih'u 1"'.; :' "\'. ... f..I..t:. I .

that ever came to Staike, which will with pleasure. Upon tying Tuesday :within legal ale" hours, sell any ,.uc'i_ impounded )Ia- s. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has worked ca"e. \\-cll. now as a matter of va'.u'ibie A nru: 1'.1.A..t, ; 1.1-:1': I[ Wi purify th. BLOOD I'
I* the Maec! boys expressed themselves : :animal or anima's! to the high a marvelous change; in my case. I now ': : .:r. i-I '.t"ln LIVER uBMTOBKth ID"la a
be sold : nny fact, just rc-ad.over his own signature. : how lI1 10 1'I. I t *
cheap. Call in and Wesleytnll with city and e.-t" I bidder! for ca"h: at the time and 1"\('"- feel strong and well as ever. ;I'liKnj; 1 l' \\1" :;-,.1 l ji'U!' ; IItTr OR 01 XOUT- Dy.mi.W.M
ase'l ,
be pleased to how tlum to you. i, pleased : specified in :li\i notice.- and imiiie.1iatei: )\ Jonas Garman Esq.. of Lykins Pa,, theipt.iin( : got rid! of the chronic and most.CM el!I. iii i. \b''i. I r 01 Appit 1nJ1eeti.Lsk tint ftttimm e
it. people/ ; also lie lifIitahit( shown them writes: For years I have suffered rli lrl..It.1 ." .* l .. BOM., .
turn over all proceeds of such sales to thi : -: {: 'nptif : ( : ; i'd'; :"<, ;. 1.. !i- > a "I
headache r.I-oI' .
from ,
''PO Mrs. Geo. C. llarri-, of ..Tarknni'ille b\ the "Telegraph's.; Good bye boS, : town treasurer, taking his receipt tli-r.-: drea caused lfi Jy by,every impurity Spring of the blood amibilousness. Sr.vuKK. Fi.v., .Tan. :21:?G, lbS7.swi' Prof D-Uisni I .' y;1..: -. <:.: : ;:i !M.VI.Dvi !:.f des fora sad. Knlirva*esL\M.i_

!If i wishing her parentMr.. and cOllie again. i for. ; It skeined for days and '!! Spfci'i'Co! /'Atl tlits! G.i: ':.i-iyy .'-ie--li.-i. .- : '. ..v* ... !'i'hsihI ,, -SU.rtn and.rapolua frem 8. .
t ror. Kattler.Aciti I Provided!, that any owner or m\'niof; weeks that my head wt.uM rt' Mrs. Mooie. is 1 hi her relif\V'l till I took Ajer's G.'niMiN; : : : My foe and no-e were !. J L. U sii.- I, s.Ic I BABTEX'V XBOV TOC.sat. %
)Ir. Harris expected any such impounded animal or Nothing: me .I" .4--. : ._ ...peedy Gives cleat\ basth7 compl 1.i4om. '.
in <'ri/rii: <.\. L.IIOlltt''lntlt. : or"tLe-ir a:::ent, may release: the same: by 8art apar2da. This medicine has curedme bi.y(::: !ir.. i.:1 01.t from (ihS iremcti! blood i> .." t. ,_.''. r:1: [ All&tt.mpt leT.5 l coont rfflUn I oal ly adds to ii.popu>
. the city to-day: to stay overthe completely." "ariI,. 1)0 Dot" OZGTAL.XD 355'. ?
all herein -- ---- .Irme\
Marshal .
I paying the charges: ) for threeor f>>'jr \'ar3. Tht d ctor- were Dr. PILL C 1flCnr '.
Sabbath) : IVided'liihI the "Marsh-i} : When Mrs. Genevra Helancer of 24 CHllS ( -t1t9i. i / Con Up.tlon.IJ. Complaint and KUklHMdteh
h YM. Patent MipcrphoIiliate. *-: alter! pm( Brills-1 st., SprinjrtieM, Ma..;.*., txgan to unable to (!let!err line (lie exact nature of t'jc_ f .. .ample ... and D.Bl '
I-ha1l11'\Y over to life town treasurer;; aol! Alt* 1t'- f -: r.t.1;. !I'i. Imallwl on r o lpt o,..*.nt. .fTHEM.
she I had suffered :
The use Ayer's Sarsaparilla. ihe crupti'Mi. I tiok! their prescriptionsvu'Iiui. !
Kentucky House h.ia: new I i take I his'rec-ipt. ) t therefor. for some from a serious affectionof (;. P. V,au-;. I!hiS'i'I -r p.wl :itHAP' HARTE8 MEMSINE C0..8T.tCWSMS.
31 ilt. lIITtIIIt'ur: livi1 .years jn t 4. The Marshalhall! be allowed .'- :q..1f n< :Ing :nov benetit..U.Jllt
register i it i is i''aut'.. :Mi3lartni.. I See. the kidneys. Eery Sprint! also, she I : o.N
- a : have made my own spcci.tl fertilizer, aud : 15: cents tarh, per day for hogs and :goat-: was afflicted with headache, loss, of I a year .tiro: I in i!k;: -,;Ic-ttk-aof I S. S. :S.,

the proprietor. KIVS: be expects tot l't'Tl1ialJld.ic: ; III)" brother i.irnu'i-s. tn and i nr Ii';ni'ir, ('nt!ir-i- dis:4pi.inid. ;- e.u-h 1-.' L-iri-!:,':.It ii :h.n.. )ii'i! ::- '

U8e It up and more too tIlls winter. 1, pursue -the sairc course as it h.is! sivedme .I (caie.r milk's of same for while tl.e feedin-r.impounded.: ; keeping and which seCted her to u-w her Ajer's wonderfully.Sarsaparilla Her, I ;t'gi.1.: s., s.; S HJ ..,!..- of the (!-y it 7\; p; '- '. i-jia;: I T .

rift\- dollars (':LCh The Iull rials balance of heal' il is now perfect. Martyrs to headache !J.ct t 'iriSi-r.s: It t Ii1\ 11.od.! .'h
Capt. S.: C'/Barker of Win-or, I : year. i t.i. That: the : proceedsof should vtty j each 2nr Jr.l's df at ii :t. ::1. ant ;
art c-asily! pn-curtd. and are as, f )i.: sale ;pro\ided in Sec. 3 alter pajiiustieh ; tryAyer's Yo-.s irt.iy.; Lord's ( lt ; : > r .: ut's.Pils-

Fla., was in the city on Tues-diiy, 1 one: barrc-1 of JH nlllU1urt'olle; b.irn-1 of :15 i-\j't-! | s as pr"\i. j MAVVJ 1 :.'.:.,: en.
and I to the cwi.truluch stock or ainn.-ilsf'n: d! cnrl. Sri! I.. rt-'' i-v' ..t ; :>;. :. .tt : .,:-
paid the idea-ant: .. I b w l
Tele"nM.h a : roul plaster; one bu>lleilif .alt-l'.h1; 'r:1: t-5-s-n. ii-iiLf! iltat! S\\il! tie-cilie
: :-ec. C. .\n! ..rlincn.'tor: I'LiI51.f' ; c-r Prepared by Dr.J.C. Ayer& Co.,Lowell,YaM. : : ur>i-iv. l ltoro t! ;..ic :>. : '
vjsit, he also left -binning silver i ti U('C I iarn.l, ,. of diy muck.-lhe.se innd ; *- : dina.ces in I".'i.fii.-t with Ute! J 1'1-< Z.11i14 i i ijitid i'l Price $1, eix bottle!, $). Worth 95 a boltle.V ts id: t'ar1'rllrJ iii.. M.t'uila, rheunutis.il : { '',1' .

dollar on our de>k for a year;, sub-: t'lll* to be1 i ulveiui-d I and well niixc.l.Aj'ply : tl-e ",Wlt'> :at- hereby repia'cii.Sec. 'Ihe l foregoing elfltil1'l(es; ,ii\\] \\ ? ) .' .
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::; i AOTERTI8INQ RATES. WOIAN'SWORLD. f rent ways of combining these- -'colors- Farrier's Colic.Furrier's radically cured.Plies Book of particulars 10 cents In Lectu.Oft
4 I- 8Q17uU 1 v w 1 m 8m 6 in 12 Di World's Dispensary "ROUGH 0.
which fatal RATtI't
are really harmonious and is dist
.._ I again colic becoming a Buffalo, N. Y. t

. J .. I.......... $1 00$1 60 fJ 00 00'1 00 S9 some are very gaudy. ease, if what a local furrier tells me I ..
; 3........ I Two MTLHOJC pounds of dried sage leaves arc II U
t 60 B U 800 ;$ PLEASANT contracted
9OtO is
-. e.. ... .... ) 1 00 tl 00 45 0 I LITERATURE FOR In some of the new straw bonnet the TOPICS Of -RELATIVE amounts to anything. It used annually in the United tates.RovAt. .

8.;.... C OO1OOOl2OO1SWOO5OO I FEMININE; READERS. straw is not plaited at all, TO FARM AND GARDEN. by working on fine fins and in inhaling

IL : !2 surface, dyed in subdued tones of color, the small I,particles which rise from them. na',Glass.GLCE'v.FreeViatisttflrus mends anytingi_ Broken A Chi.Gro

.. Ten cenU a line for the and five for is carried over the foundation of the bonnet These particles in the lungsand "
I- art cent Queer Saxon Missed Seeding of Urat The best cough medicine fa Plan's Cure for
.. each Christenings inhaled
nbequet in various unique devices. stomach, and when once they are 23c.
Inlrton Old everY'.rert'
Special upon appU. The Saxon mother is careful not to' It often happens that strips of land it is to rid oneself of Consumption
adnrlmeJt impossible
: r' I tbe mc. leave her child alone Until has been ': Bonnets composed of fine white horsehair through fields accidentally left '
u are 7 fJ
i grain them. They are liable to causd consumption -
_ baptized, for fear of the malignant :1' known to our grandmothers as I unseeded, and the mistake is not discovered stomach. Said This is what killed yutlf poor tether fitamft,
of the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. or cancer Weak and Weary It
*,\ho "Neapolitan are'dn e more in Avoid anything containing trout Jour
spirits vogue
I steal it the is In most cases
I One .. ..... may away leaving an unti grain up. friend the furrier: It is impossible future useful(?) careers. We _bead ob .'
year .. .. .. uncouth elf and no doubt meet with much favor, my dtblluated
$11 in its Whenever wi ttle to seed after the rfcsorlbcl the condition of many people :
gained by trying
Mrmfttith- place. Jedtottupecla.1.Bough'nS >
4 I _.,,,,,............ .. a for one to work on furs over six monthsat I
_ ( child are light and very dainty in ap main is above by the warm weather by dlsea'e or orerworlc. Ume :
and the surface
.) 'All .nbtcripUoni matt be paid Invariably in ad. : grows up clumsy heavy, with a crop !tspecially time and not be affected. It is very Hood'i Sarsaparllla Is JUit the hie'l fins BMiKd to DON fOOL :

t : ;; \ on 1 favor of anybody. I large head, wide mouth, stump nose and pearance. _ _ with spring grain, which matures so I lucky for furriers that their season is not build Up and ttrentfthen the b d/. purify and In fUtilS OUWOT with Insect aMmeatey vow

I Ir j Communications UpO all matter of inter.cet : i crooked lcg!, the gossips are ready toswear Floral Peculiarities. quickly after sowing. The entire widthof n l long one. To be sure when they work quicken the It ugg II blood, ai.fl est r the lost der borax or 'bat pot ran L._ ,, :.;

I '; solicited from al par of the Jo. that it has been changed in the a drill for a short space wint harvest I six months they receive but six months'! appetite. It you need a good n4
: cradle, more especially if it prove awkward Every blossom has its precise hour for time scarcely be noticed, I grain on :! but they have a chance to live try Hood'Sar.aparllla. rid lea.ofRchesWabUe'For 2 or 8 nig&ta snriiktrjf j
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nay .
tieneral Directory.: and slow karin? to speak. To unfolding its petals and for shuttiug either side will sprcal so that the tops than would were they obliged During the summer I wsi trp iin? all ran
UNITED STATESOFFICEItS.- ------ guard against such an accident, it is them, says writer in liar jar". YoungPttiptf. nearly cover vacant space. Usually! longer they around. Brass bulling Aid thinking I needed Rome th I UK t> tone up mraleai.I about and down tbe italic drain .
n the
work all the wash
in it
I to First thin morning all
year took Hood't Sanipar lla nnd fell muchbetter. pipe. !
.; 1 recommended to mothers obliged to leave The daisy or "day's ," if the stoppage has been from the grain drain wlien
., K1UTORS : : eye 'preal is similar to working on furs. The I hid olio been trouble with djspisa.! away down tbceiok, pipe, aQ Ihs
I their infants alone to place: beneath the I I its lids to the earliest of sun. giving out, some tubes run most of Insects from garret to cellar will dkwppear.
1 1 S amoelPapco.Monticcllo. rays w11 paiticles of brass get into a man'slungs and Hood's Sar aparllla helped me u.ore thin iny- secret fil the fact that wh&w fiuecta .
lo: pillow either a prayer-book, a broom, aloaf usually about 5 o'clock nnd goes to bed the way across the field, ( these will smal thing eNe I iciilU flnl."-JMEa 11. DARKOW. Fort The """" *
1 lion. Wilkinson Jacksonville.Fint and incurable are in tho bousett most
.. I,' C.I of bread, or -a. knife stuck point up- J! just before sunset. The morning glory help fill up, often sUO.estn.. that far less : R't'cause. an tisase.Jruul.l Wa)tie, Ind.Hood's drink p.atsMiceBed-bJ CHES J1

JErBEslJT TIVE ward. In some places the j does all its blooming between 0 and 'Jo'clock ) seed is required a good crop than is Sarsaparilla CJearo cut

t Dlltcton It. IT. M. Davidson, Qulncy- I I in the and generally A failure of or -_ Sold by all druirfflfitx. tl; nix for $5. J'rl'p'\rpll\oly "Rot'GII o4 RiTsn is Bolall Beet1i9
; christening procession returning to the never opens grass 4'Thirow is the
Send Dlltrct-lon Charles Domjberty, Fort morning. supposell by C. HOOD & CO.. Apotheearl. I...\. :. .. world,in every clime most
: Ora.u. house of the parents finds the door : a second time, of each flower cover i realy a worse evil than PI.ic lo the JON. advertised and has the largest sale toy

I'; s. CIRCUIT corn' : clo sed. After knocking for some time in : being< limited to a single morning. Dandelions e of a strip grain, and if there When It is thc old-fashioned u'ijifj Dr.ma Tierce'sTlwisant .s blue 100 Doses One Dollar article of its kind on the fee ot
l insNt on
lanta Fifth, Oa.Judicial Supreme! ) Circuit-lion.Court Justice W., assigned.B. Wood, At. I vain a voice from within summons the I awake between 0 and 7 o'clock are many bad faults in the grass seeding "pill I "011.1,1 Purir.it(i\e IVllets"a modern medi COCKLE'S DESTROYS POTATO BOOS .

lon Don A. rardr New Orleans La., Circuit godfather to name seven bald men out and are put to sleep sometimes before! it were better to plow all up and try it I ealluxurr.; living small." ; granulescontaining For Potato Bt1gi,1t1Ct5! onVlnesetc.atable'- .

." b Judg.. Jacksonville of the parish. When this has been I evenin" when the heat is excessive. The! again. For where clover :and grass fail Jlll.slnel I I the act which i iveiiriii''iples will be found of certain to contlil roots ANTIBILIOUSPILLS of epoontul watM"of and the I1pplit'd powder,"en 4vIthnkhng k en,in a!
U. S. North.ern
.. I C.l Attorney, answered a further question is asked as to' I yelowe< goats-beard, so common in the L to catch the vacancies will certainly be nnl ( calhartil 1"Wt'l a any of thp oldfashioneil epray ,or whisk broom. Keep it

r Ditrlt. Bid. Marbl. Nor.hern: District the gospel read ia church, aud only on j i m ends its day at noon, and IS filled with weeds. larger pUK The without the latter's thoroughly violent prtnge .,iBc.and$1 Boxes.Agr. tsixo.
drastic pellet operate -
: Philip U. ,Talla- tfllls. OUT-
-. .' basf er, F.C.linmphrers, \I'entacola, Clerks, North. receiving the answer: "Let the little! j i therefore familiarly called "go-to- .. ; but harmlessly! establishing a permanently THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDYFor UCHaR TrCLEARS

T- era D.trlct 1 I I children tome to me," is the door flung I II bed-at-noon." The pink little pimpernel Summer Soiling. healthy action of the stomach: and bowN Liver. 15H,. In.lid> tu>n. etc.I I free from *Tcr- BED BUeS, ':
I. eh and us an antibilious remedy are une- cury; contains only I'ur.'Pt.t., .1" Jn-.T,Mi-nt'.
TEItXS-KCftmiZIUt DISTRICT: open, saying: "Come in ; you have blossom -is known as "theshepherd's There are several ways of economi/.iug qi aled. __ Agent: C. N. CK1TTKNTUN, cw VorK.DE I FLIES.Eoaches jJ:
t. Jacksonville [ in December. the clock from its custom of used as other .
tnt Monday harkcm.r attentively to words of the grass pasture or pasturing ------ -
.' THEm are about 3flIJ1tJ( < owners of farms inthis L ,ants.wsfcr-biiKH,moths,ruts mice
Tallahassee Monday in February. godparents next at 2 o'clock in the after. The great waste of is .
Tensacola, first M outlay In : inquiring:: cosinO exactly crops. pasturing country._ !. ekrabbi.a.qulri'etSgpbCrS.lc.N
March "Where shall we put the ? receive' The old.fashioncd "4 o'clock" in the tramping of the stock :and in the I is trodden out BAIKD'S GRANULESJEHUi11'E'rUE .'
: chi} "A little fire quickly Y N USDROPSYtI
o Hon.v.!DISTRICT COl.1T-Northern District: the following answer: cither was falsely named or has lost i its fouling by the excrement. This loss is a Which,loiiig suffered rin'rs'ann'lt: quench." { : .- I"6fl1mV

.. a Tboa.Calk St'le, JacklonTUe., Judge. On the bunker let it be, I reckoning as it does not appear until I very large item where land is high in Procrastination may rob 3 01 of time but l h) isowKisriitiFl'TIIK ; {
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make the lo"
l.I. torey. increased diligence you can s -
Bird Jacksonville I That it like about G o'clock.Of all I the which fold 1 value and where ,
& :. may juinji' a flea; plants i costs a large sum to but if i roh >ou of life the los i'irremned tattle. : JSLOOI)(? )
J + Philip. Walter Jacksonville, Clerk, Eastern Division. I'ut it next UIK>II the hearth, together their flowers and hang their heads; get a wel set pasture. In such cases I>' health i is delicate, y our appetite tickle, ,

-' D. C.W1IsonTsJ1ahaee, Division. Heavy gold it wile worth; at sundown for the night's rest perhaps I there a large economy in soiling. This your:1tt'l broken jour mind '!'II'st'll. )'011 CUBE HYSPEI1NIA.PILKS) : --
On j
Clerk the floor 'svl out of sorts, di-jK-iid are
K. C.. Humphreys, Pl WcEtcrn Division. That it once may Jlt help i S to sleep, the most noticeable arc the aster, which):I I may done not only by cutting the fodder seriously! d i"t'I"11: I nail I such eases: Dr.) t Moire's 01 ? : MA

) TKRs: On the table in a dish, sweep; invariably hide their faces at G o'clock. I and feeding i in stables: :and yards. .tohl'l:! co\erj" will speedily ef t./P{ IJ.ULJllan.{ ,

:.., > Eastern first J will grow there like a fish. ; Many[ leaves do the same. The but also by tethering the cows and with ( I/ radical: cur-make I new man >/l; \'IIJ"S: I 1'nirlv renicillc pntiri ly liarin'es: Iom..v. a''l
DI"ielon-ackeonvie. Monday in cover of you ant'C you from the torture of lingering ./( '-11'1"111101.. s.\ i 1111'1,,,.>f Urup-iy In"o t'>VM> il.iyt. ("iir parietulaI.rOnuuiInuPuI
) cembcr. I I AftcrTiolding it successively on each ,: trefoils and the wood.sorre(oxalis) ( ( sheep by providing light movable hurdles ___ 1.; One patient write"li': .t l.npi'U's*l h.v (Ih.! l.-st i>'n$Iclail From :1
.. Middle DlTielon-Tallahausee, first Monday In i i of these it is finally back into, between G and 7 ( p. [. and stretch: or fence which be set : '? thh ft t cv-r IIMHI t. regulate fir.-t,tUM.-syniiiitnii4 rapnllv. ili-i-irf| <\r. nn'l In tciil.itt
.. February. places put panel, may up A FM'nn\has l been built in 1'lorid.x for the \ the bowels.. : at I'-a-i IWO tluirsl <> nit! s.>mptoiriarc renuivi',1. -
Western Dlrlalon-Fensacola, first :Monday in the cradle,while t the guests prepare to enjoy out from ((5 to 7 o'clock A.: M.* This action L or taken down and with great production wine from oranges. ___ ;. Aii'.tlior: Tlipy are Iniliiil Sonic, imy cry hiimiiuic \\'lrhO'lt knowingniMthinvaliotit
f'mo\t leinnil or it rost-j Toil nothinz
vtomli-rfiil. It.
'ihfv lir > ;
M.rch m the Tauf Schmaus, or chri-tening i" very marked in all pod-bearing plants,, ease. The movable may be used "IIa\e lieu of I t." .t I'hjsir. ;,nc.ict as tonlu< I" t"\il..I"c 11rt! ,.f our treatment rut yonnelf. .5

;. STATE OFFICERS. ba nqiet. Each i is to; as the :acacia and locust, and specially fo confining cows as well for : What's] that! Solid\01 l I Id nail -iir'." \\. arcccintantlr curlnt oasi" of Inn! siundlni .
person expected as sheep. trains between Cincinnati Dr. "". M. \tr.n.. Pin m.in| iin.l S ,r,-..n. ()Ou4: ra-i S that lave: I In-f n tappvl miniher of tmics; and
; Governor-Edward A. Perry,Tallahassee. bring a smal contribution in shape of I the sensitive plant, which al double up,,' There are several of them in use. and :t. Louis or I Hit- (*.H. \ I 1). H. lind{ I Ianda Wislnt| n. N. .I.I ali-l I:; Wr.st i':,lt... Ni'W V.rlc. tl.- patient ilec'areit un Atnrney-Geferal- Tallahassee. kine. \ hi.t Line. roiium-ncing Sunday!: night, Spi-nkcr .1. HOII-.C .\ M>9.blc. i-x.I'n'-hlrnC W.ishInuton. lull lu-lorv ot ca... n.- nn n-e. SPX. how lonunnii'liil. :
.. 2 Secrtar Stte-on Crawford oole Tallahas- eggs, fruit or cake-, and the godo I'I : rather double down, wi the closing The cattle of of Jersey and June I''tb' the C. II. t I D. and Vandalia will establish N. J., four nf 1I<..lIh. ex- ounty }'h)"-'" ".'1.. M'/lct for fre pturphlet containing

'. . parents do not fail to come each laden day. In a country walk toward sunset t Guernsey are all tethered' and it is to this their I through ).a..I.Ier lrw betweenCincinnati cian.&e.e.Ai1"tItt'r.. of tiinonl.iU.\ .. TPII !.1.11'* treatinrnt insist rrturn lurnished thUa free i-
I wjsrnn-il nf a 'pvrri'ittacfe pit(" I lt mini. Kyoiiofder trial you >
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee. with a bottle( of good besides some you may see the drowsy leaves and bios economical management that the I and :t. Loui".ln1 I i wilul j I I on solid I In thflriHO. Cannot luMP highly! I'XIIY rvjjr\\ \friUfiiieiit to 111 wltli 1II"'nC.I'1, 8'arQf to pay
Treasurer E. S. wiH '
Crill, Tallahassee. !ma1 trains, made of .
elegant I .
up Carson .." > & curl''
Cpr U. IMtj- I-(>il!> p'TlKiKp I ) ) '
r : i Mjutsnt-Getiet&l-Duvld Lang Tallahassee. other small gift for chid. The banS( 11V4 nodding one after another in slumber farms of those fertile islands are day trains I ni I'nllman OrauingKoomandSleeping I K.isy: t<>tak.. a< the v arc no Lirgrr ttui i: a mu-it r-l II. ii. (;HIv: "fJ'ot.. .u. Dy "..

Commissioner* Lands and Immigration L. fquet} is a and and many aud setting a tine example: of early r support a cow on less than an acre ofland. Cars Oi night I trains. The morning,: CT-iIn. i"ul l I'r l IN\ 5 Inixt!. $1 ; of ..lruivi-t or l/\r ,- ( aiI'I."i., y.
,41 Mitchell, Tallahaesec.Superintendent m'r.01' Irate !ir'.l' ,vhcte! : I
I trains out i I>. mall. postage frcpjul. siip[> l.y :
qi e Public are the games: and jokes practiced on dreams.Twehe. This method is also of'ilinnlliilt'an'.1 .. MARVELOUSMEMORY
.. Instructions-A.J. extensively de pot, Fill I : >,.. Uru'KlstTKV j
sell, Tallahassee. flus.th ese occasions. The Spk-sstanz, or spit L used in the weter part of Frnce,whrre daily: except JOIJ., Thf tn'C".lt cicning t rail wi Til CM AM> Vur WI r.r. 1K; tl.:\SCJ-l_ ). t

: Commissioner of Immigration A. Robinson,, dance, is also usual on t these occasions Great Classes of Illuts. t the farms are yet keep a large I leave at T I'. :M.,:and will! run daily. TIl 1'11faslg -- -- I ..- -
Tallahassee. !lal ant of the Vandalia by I lie C. I I. A l> nrccD Tniiitn I iiin.vtiM.ni.w tni
: ." BurnzsjE COUJT. Two l roaming-spits! are laid on the ground L Twelve of the great classes of plantsare number of tat( mal fields of celia n""J1'es them Lle t the U-st line IM-UXCI I:; BIG, Urrtni (Ui> .\\\A: ."*"" s.H.OlKraUir .

.I 't ,.' Chief Justice- G. McWhorter Tallahassee crosswise, as in the sword dance, and the classified by botanists as follows : (a variety rape) clover may he Cincinnati I and :' L"li'.I" the trl.k: itirst- A *inyi'iirn.iim-.l Washing Jlai I.lilneH o..in.xi(If i'r.yi.iiw.nt'oncsriKl ....r iuCiinrt .

)' .\i Associate Van .hl.tcep-e., P. Uaney, Tallahassee; movements executed much in the :amcmanner. I. Crowfoot Buttercup Buttercup. teen there, with the cows tethered in cl time ass,and comfort their equipment/ safety is what uncqualcd.the I tra\Qui cling I k: I __ *. Tlir \.Ii"n..lt..i.I e iy se .N.Ilitbit .\ )if rv: jis v.

n B Jacklonvlle. Sometimes it is the or Famiy.-J ranks each public want,and with ncwliiiecstahlishcdno ('ii red. 'lrcacmenc-rntnntri.it ) \\holly iinllkrnriifirial ,5..tenia.
tt gramlfa- 2. Columbine. ">. Back one having so many feet of tili. : OPIUM liUM'sj KEilE1 cu. ,4rayette. laJIII .\nv b..I'a I'II '" in R1 : rtJUO L.<Ds-.V.;! S. Lnde. thcr of the new.uor infant who opensthe !i !5. Anemene, (6. Virgins fodder to consume each diThe cows olPitiol line !llUle the II.in.,, I.vI..rt. Twain. Uli-hanl FroctorHie
Land office, Galnesrille C. Hnake-rot ag -i Ml.nlUt.lloiiV.V .h'.r.Jul..h P. Benjamin.
Tucker Register. performance, of displaying his Family. or are secured by leatherneck 1 Wi REV Iiuprotrit nAAT law stti lents,
proud !i I. llustanl Crdfer'-J. strong straps, ; IT. Minor i etc. t.'la-t tiC Imt Il".lnmhl3
aAZLAD5. agility he W 2. :; Hhepherd'sPU' Prof Ioi.rlr." [Memory) Hi..o\.rIy. I'ackacrs.$ I5i' JIaWrs j Kill I I BEER I w.'tlIs''I:o>"each "I VaJeai' rnlverHiiy of 1'cnn.
Land as sings: 4. !Radish.llu.tar1. :. C. having rings sewn in them, and a chain >o doubt ( ht til vuJI( gals.ortltItCtOtI5. sparkiIngwhoiesOUieIeVerage.- llvWI1 ;;i i.s at \\,'\.'>ley Colle;>. ..-. Prop!Ctu* p.>"t tree.

S I ",, otce. Tallahassee L. Mitchell, Com* I Purple plum so sweet, HwltAlvssJ. or rope with a snaplock at one end and n and Sxstem genuineness, it is of Prof. Loisette's Memory .C.E. ItlitKS.: 4S.:S-jUl. Dt-lo.1 by clrnisi Av*. FlnU.*; niill.lftr'ic. ';>- riiOK. l.oi-iKI'lh-ji7:1 ijItiVe.eW T'Mk.PATENTS.
as strongly moiniix-ndcd
I so by
I t COUNTY OFFICERS. See niv nimble f I.t. III. Pink Family. 1. Pink or Carnation I large ring at the other.rfhie snaplock Mark Twaiu.r.. Proctor I[OIl "'. \\'. Astor, "- '
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1 How jump and slide, ,. 2. Soapwort. :>. ladler Campion. 4. Corn is fastened to the in the neck strap: .1 i i1atht P. Bl'.U lamiu I Dr. I turk: II'Y. and, u1 '''. Great t Er Gout and
Connty Judge-J. R. Richard. How I hop awl slide; : Cockle.j :5. 0. Sand nnd the ring For full details send for Prof. l..': i.rosx| ><.nis. Blair P.'lls. Rheumatk: Remedy.
I :.; Clerk of Circuit Coun-I.I. York. See how well I dance, 'I IRa IV. Pulse Chik-wao Pea. 2. Wort ::. I I large ring droppct over thetethering at i>7 Fifth Ave., New Voik. From it Ilt"I Oval ltovtl ronnil. I IVMU.
1 '. Sheriff-U. W. Eppr.ou. how well I prance. Clover. Famiy.. 1. Scnsiti\e BEal.Plant. I''. stake. feeding down tcm is taught hy ('('rre'.tNuIIthsiue quite I!I F.A.LF.iI ASV.SOU'IT't or PATHTTS WMhimrton..D ".
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Tax I C. Nohai- uIl1,1! m fvtnnd. lieItfur ClrciilM
Assessor EGCLATE BowcU & Purify Eloo Dr.llair.f-1 ;
-' 1 t 1 Tax Collector$. Bayers. Purple plum so sweet, Wild Il\1gO. t the grass on the law n mil under the fruit as by have'I'oollullu'lt secured r1l.t.t 1I1..1o'I.tlll'l':4.iOIl. Colleges He has near: NewYork I 1> Clout Oranulcs kMiliniitaf.illiirc.\; S hox ,,,. I. .It druggists:

.1 c .. { perinWnaerjt.of Schools-;R.T_ Dowllns. See my nimble feet I j V. Ho'p J Plum. 2. Cherry trees in the orchard the writer has: used alight Columbia Law otuIII'UI" two tln--esof.1Uiea ha.lluJ) :\I'h or by ma.l,pri-p.u-i. j3u. luau, W'j>injtou.; .N..i Procured at LESS

,'I. 4 County Snrveyor-Johu 1*. f'ratt C. K. -Bl.IJ(col. |!13. Five-Finger. 4. Strawberry. 5. ilnanie. V chain about twenty feet long, with at Vale :X)0) at Meriden iM) at Norn it h. 4u> at:t )lH ('A&sI;&' olC'U.U( I'TI4\ ci Kt.ll PATENTS, .eo-t th.ui obtainable else- i iL",4
: ,kf, O. \\'. M bl 6. n.) w't'lle.leCOlll'gol', and 400) at Uni\ersity of :.' \ .\, .l.t'c" ; .r nn-samt InvenlorVCJuld*
; l"lln'yl'nmmPtonerl- !1 aswivl in itand attached to a revolving Penn. \\' conceive ho\r W. I.. Ml LI.Kit. JI. r., IS Kist lllh St. \. V. ril.v.Morphine m.ul.l ir.-.>. ...i.111-- H. I. \ N(',\? TE IC. Put-
Jeaselty. S. Andrews and M. A Woman of '. VI. Family. 1. Carrot. 2. Parsnip e cannot n My.ll"mlIJnltl '. .
Ihlint" Parsley C"11"rniM'_l:? in>:i N. % ( lay.6ijttInd.
V. Smith. ng or clevis in the head of an iron receive anyt'ihtr snulorseimiatit.afflicted .
vi. Poison Hemlock. 4. Sweet Cicely. __
Catherine Hawkins in the Xcw Habit C'urril In It) I Ip
York M says 5. Water Hemlock. 0. Black Inaketot.YI. pin, which i is driven into the ground. If with sore eyes use I r. Isac Thomn- OPIUM t<, lO dcv' Ao i'5\ till rnrrd. PATENTS intnturs'GuIde.Senulatamp tbULtj fa I
tH and .
CITY OFFICERS. < EJJJ'"x: A lady who I isthe Composite or Aster Famiy. 1 Tethering chains of the same kind have fcon'sKyewater. Druggists sell at2Z'c. perbottlo Dr... blcpbc n*.ubpuooObl": 1 ii\M, Parent Lawyl'I"'a'llInta. 1) C._ _.

F, editor of two periodicals devoted to 2. : Tansy. 4. Sun been .. -- --__ ____ __ ---h-_
; useful in
foundry tlown .
lyor-T. feeding
1'; A Knlht art and decorative matters said to hersel f--ower. M"ha1-E green -, giving the cows !. 1"iHiiimi; .
U Sparkman. some months and then to YII Mint Family. I. Mint. 2. Thvme. : .
ago, ,
Aii>rIt L. D. W !l. proprietor :.. Cat-Mint. Horehound. l';. 1 strip about six or eight feet wide, in !;' ".q.ui'
( of those "There t. -
: : hun- t
= 1 r': nrer-K. H. Jon papers arc Skull cap. the shape of a curve in front of themfor
:' drvds I
r Clly..tOrfy-. W'lM.! allllnmtn'l.of people who wouldlke IX. Nightshade Familv. 1. Bitter-sweet. their meal. There is some little !

4' Alormcn-ohn R-cnard J. M. Truby Tat to papers. their carpets 2. Ground Cherry. :!. !Tomato. 4. Potato.: difficulty
1a; Y wal placing the and .
POW'ei. Alvarez D. Alvarez. cows, ten or T
1 and their curtains for themfrom Tobacco. 0. Thomapple! or Jamestown .
bought : .
., New York toi'es. where W; ee1. twenty arc kept it i is better to have movable ...... ( I

A STORY comes to me that for fiend* h the they canhave X. Oak Flmih'. 1. Oak. 2. Chestnut }hurdles for enclosing them and protecting ..' -.

44 ishness and innate deviltry has seldom proxy, from advantage large of Fl'l.tng. She by! n Chinquapin. Beech. 4. Filbert. f>. Iron-wood. (I. t the crop. But where :a single ';

\ cow two three
or arc this methods
; been equaled in the annals of revenge was sure t this was.t true because her paper!i XI. Lil}' Family.-1 Lily. 2. Holomon'sHeal kejit .

I t ful proceedings, says a Washington I'cein'lln many: : letters asking flrth'iceuhout IC :!1. Star of BthlthfJ.; i best quite }JractiahlC:and con\nient The 1'7 k L 'v I I t.1 !

(I. Garlic. hudle a simple panel f.tlong k I '
such t4 IV '-
t : letter-writer. There is in this city a with thingso The proprieors' XIK Grass Family-i. Meadow Grass. 2. I 1 made of light narrow boards, just 1r" : A (ii IT P'4' 13' f[

agreed : nt her 1gr.tiona AVheat. :t Barle4.. Rye. Oats. I with
t : d'iL'
2 email boy not more than 10 years of I I supply department was or I Broom Corn. upright ) -

r 4--. age, whose indulgent mother keeps I connection with the papers, the entire t''ndo of bars the of boards the same mterial The \ j '
Less Food Needed
: in .
him well supplied with pocket money. charge of which was put into her h hand SIIIII' bars about six inches project hyonttheene B

: No Fpeeialain.} have been taken to advertise 1 Growth and waste and repair go on i in so li i

t This young man opened n account b it, but it has steadily grown! and' a nearly uniform way the whole) )year wo are placed overlapping) a fence wire .. ,.,;11i; .

l with a local savings bank some time p pL this through but the amount of food ring el be slipped over these ends and ': =- mjh!!
1 prospered unti now enterprisingwoman < Zicce:- fecure them. are driven down :. 'iW'r..: :; ;' : : ;: l
ago, and on the first of April he had L s almost buried underit. sary for these operations or purposes is three to each and ,

on deposit there about $35. Two or L increasing claims. I asked her theother surprisingly !mall: The generation of held pauel, the panels arc Tho following words in praise of Dit. PIEKCK'S FAVORITE PRF CCRII'TIO"' us a rernHy for those rirtieitc: diseases and wenksrs -

day where her orders bodily heat a more variable by them quite firmly by driving iK-tullnr to -women must be of Interest to every sufferer from such rr.l.i'lii-s. Ticy :irr hair fiiinptes of tin- spontaneous
t. three days later he had a falling-out mostly came requires two on one side one on the other alternately. riprrsslons with wlih thousands give utterance to their sense of tTratitutli; Icr the in'-stunnl'ie- boon. of health which has been .
from: quantity of food. In winter, with the! ant restored to theta by the use of this world-famed medicine.
with the teller of the institution. For "From of the external nir J I
allover the at
country, she re- temperature ZI'l A very good hurdle has been made of .jOhN E. e,EflATt, of MftleribecK Va. writes: 1111'1'. for'IJ.\. HQSTVZT.I White CQttl1 .O. "
i nearly a week he trio! t think up 1)iieiL "I have a good many from New the temperature of the blood in healthy I round sixteen : "My WI.ff' had been suffering for two or three e THREW AWAYHER writes: '1 t> .eleven: bottles of your 'Ta- '
York is !liy.:5 I : and when the poles feet long with stakes years Ith female weakness and .had paidout vorir- Pn-MTjption; and OIK bottle of your
t t method for ct"Jftaelffrom I who 1 persons degress;
some the people are' .
settling score and LIII base
or spokes fixed in them in holes bored one hundred dollars to 1hysl..lan.s"It.ll 'l'f'lll'Is. I r.m .iIlZ my work.and been
readers jpers.ojvaii6 know of h heat* of summer drive the of (then I I I f'r tiir.c. 1 han.lm.1 tocniploy help for
r'-i at last he hit upon a plan] that would mercury through thus forming of stakes out, relief. She took Dr. Pieree'3 1'avoritc I'umf'
them, aniiik facu,t"ioro" confidence i thermometer near to or above that mark rows 1 rell'rlpton.lnd it did her more good than SUPPORTER. aUiut sixtti vears N-fun- commenced-taking
t have done credit : on both sides about twelve inches all the itie a Comanche the 1ome the blood still npartthe iiifdieino piven to hr.by the physicians jmir .1\
.t registers !1)S.) :$ degree |I
judmhiprry connectedwith *
: 7' one : t whole length. A second set i is during the three years they; had been practicing upon I her." I'Jt'I! |K rtiT ini'-t of the time; this I have lau
t dian. He went to the Lank and drew then kindly 4i'own.. But the The marvelous mechanism: by which this j put Mrs. GEORGE : aside, and Itch ns wi-11 u* I ever itul." .
; I j in crosswise with tho first This HEKGER of WfstficM, ;. T..
) out $30 from his store.' Then he went majority 1lr' .-< ; ;.. coure, come,1 uniform blood temperature is maintained!t h hurdle is turned row. writes: "I was n great sufferer from leucor- Mrs.[ MAY (;".;.\ oT. o.rIlII1a.. Oltaica Co.
from PAJ extenTpwM in other cities and at 1 1inMiia all seasons it is not necessary to con- over and over as it i i. rhea boorin -down pains and pain continually I Ii WURS )111'11.. writes: "Vour 'Fmonte Prescription* .:

'r over to the Treasury bbilding, which i ., .Tjouf i sidcr but it must be evident "to : required to advance it. But for moving III across my back. Three bottles of your "I las! vi-vKcd! wondfrs my ISIPP.pain ".
.v dsx < customers Favorite .
: is just across the street and had lve everyone I I a distance: it is not so handy the Prescription restored me to 1"1'UONDE[ -\ shewnitis: "IIUiniR taken several bottics I
his as
in i I plain feet hralth. I
all parts of tne- tAmtryNorth, t:, that the force needed to raise the j treafd with Dr. -. nil. of the 'I'moriterriMri'tion| I have re-
board hurdle. iI
three "tens" converted into thirty South and \Vcst.''/ : f temperature of the whole body to Favorite nine months without rfelvlnjr nny benefit. pained my limit wondi-rfully, to the astonitthThe ; .
nearly It is to Prescription' is the greatest earthly boon to us ment of rnvwlf and f..i 1 t feet all
l\Og. now day
impossible keep cows or can >c on injr .
r "ones. Next he proceeded to make "What (10 you buy for them, and <1 lo ]100 degrees in winter is no longer neellellin with, economy and profit unless some sheep! poor suffering women." attending Is the duties tit my houschoKl. '. a

out thirty deposit slips each for 1 you furnished whole houses or just buy: summer. The total amount of food provision '
$ is made for Summer and .
detached things?" needed for repair for growth and for TREATING
These he carried for the annual
to the bank, one at a "f 1 I this purpose plants, which
buy .thing-wnn furni1 physiology teaches us, is much
: time, compelling the poor teller to i tire, carpets, curtain l]heatiug is generally and itT grow quickly, are better than grass. Many times women call on their family physicians, suffering1' as they imag'ne. one from dyspepsia, i another frcm heart disease.
.1 lug, everything imagined They yield a large product to the another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous exhaustion: or prostration. ntmthi r with pain her or there, and in .
make thirty entries that towards the : impresses us; with the a\C this way they aU themkh"cs .
in alike
separate his pi"f'cnt
goes furnishing greats I and he from to and their f'n.r-goin! and inllltrpret. sr nycr-hlPr doctor, ss rlrntcuncI dJstmet ( (!(!.
-. .' books. The following day this of a and in whatever quantfty: i surgeon Alicrncthy's saying that ''on I'- may changed one year to womb for which disorder.ho PI'l'Sl'rlbt: his pills and potions assuming thelJl tf he 611Ch. whf'n. iIl'nhtr.! they: Itr' alt onl' 1I.J"J'III., !I' 1 by somePutTerinsr
young another. And these annual physician: i Ignorant of the of
forage crop* cause sutf.'rL'1,1 f'I1COllrDgf'S 1,1-4 r'ral'lll until large bll S are mattl' Ihe-
r- A end again drew out $3O. Again he died, whether it is the entire furnish- fourth of what we cat keepsims, the other must be a (considerable dependence :ilso like patient gets no better oiit probably worse by reason of the delaj', wrong treutme-it and eoiwMjuent eompluiitions. A proper nu-du-Uie.
1, l ug a whole house or a curtain for a t three-fourths we keep at the peril of uurleF. Dr. Pierec's Favorite I'resenption. directed t to Vie taitfc. would have entir ly remo\i-d the dwt-ase, thereby dispelling all those

I visited the Treasury, but this time he single window. Xot infrequently I get ." In winter we burn up the snr- for the Winter feeding as cured fOllder..Yem distressing symptoms, and instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery.

II .. had his money changed into silver a letter that will read like this: 'Ilul'c 1 plus food with a limited amount of (xtm -. York: *. 3 PHYSICIANS Eaft Mrs.JJ E.>tston F. MORGAN. Mas. of JW. 71 Lexington .St., A marvelous Cur .- Mrs. G. F. PRAGn. .

I 4 just j finished a new house and exertion. In summer we get rid l oft says: "Five years ago 1 JEALOUS nf Cru'ttiJ. JI/iV/i., writes: "1 was troubled with
jjT quarters, bright from the mint. One want I to was a dreadlul sufferer from uterine troubles.! IVmale
wiaknigs. k-ucorrhea: and of the
Li hundred and twenty deposit tickets h have it tastefully) furnished, and so I wi 1 J literally at some t'xtr risk to health / Farm ant Garden Xotps. F A ILED_. ___ sicians.Having I exhausted was completely the skill of three. and phy- DOCTORS. v.omb for t'1"'ncars.. so 1 had to falling keep my bed

put it entirely into your hands. and, of course, to life.Vc cannot hur Feed the young chick early, late, and weak I could with difllculty discouraged cross the room so f"r good part of thr- time. I doctored with an
I were prepared and a corresponding 1- and Our vital alone. I began army of d'flVr"nt pbj Mcians. and! spent large puma
your own taste judgment about the l ii) furnaces: are banked often. taking Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescript and
ant of but received no JaMi-i.tr bent lit. At last
money husband
1?:; p number of entries had whole using the local treatment recommended; In his Common fVnso my
to be the
matter. Such we mot
mate worry important working There are few plants that start from Medical Adviser.' I commenced to improve at In three persuaded me to try jotir midiciues. which 1 was loath to dp.iKcauso .
reslonsiinhitv'S onee.
; in that unfortunate teller's big books. that put upon the organs with the extra exertion of r c. seed lilacs. months I was perfectly cured, anti have had no trouble since. I I M.MS prejudice'! apiimst them, and the doctors said
OIH.S as readily as : they would do me no pood. 1 finally told husband that if
for taste is not ( to make i moving what had better never have been: a letter to my family paiwr briefly mentioning how my he would jtrt some of I
three .a1ulatet : me your medicines. would them
Then days an armistice was I A farmer's wife whose hens have health had been restored and offering- send the full try
easy matter, so there has been t 'taken into the stomach.-Philwldphia paid to any one particulars airainst the atirhe of my plijsieinn. He got me Fix bottles of the
: \ i .. declared, but at the end of that time no complaint about the l.t'1'jer. wel culls poultry) the woman's friend. for reply.writing I mo have for received them awl enclosing hundred a ftamperienvdopc 'Favorite Prescription.' nlo siv bottles of the 'Discovery." for

rsul, and the _ I In I over four letters. ten dollars. 1 took thr'r bottles of 'Disco) very' and four of
I reply, have
$30 drawn out l and sowed described case and the treatment used
was again my
l ., this tie hUfin'so has steadily grown. Then I Oats peas together, and feds and have earnestly advised them 'do 'Favontfl'n-siTiption.'and I have been a Found woman for four

when the boy visited the Treasury have orders for single articles of all kinds (_!Juite__ Unsettled. j as soon as the (crop is bight; enough to cut, many I have received second letters to of thanks likewise.statin l
e i in which I am sometimes carte I i is convenient feed for a cow or two on a had commenced the use of *Fnvont> Prescription'had sent the time. I b.ive in not had saui- way and she cured herself in a short
-4 building it was dimes thrvt he wanted. given The Rev. John Quincy Adams Henry farm. $1.50 required for the 'Medical Adviser' and had applied the to take any medicine now for almost

k- The regulation deposit slips were i blanche and am sometimes required 1 to'' of Portland: Ore, while in attendance on I local treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein, and were lour years.
prepared match much better "
shatles for I
When already.
hangings or upholstery i the .iptist convention last week, related fungus appears on ro.scs. carna- I '

I' t once more and tbe teller gritted that have taken; : t: search all over an incident or two tending to illustrate j j I tons or other sodden plants sulphur ex- THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAT '\ '
.; i h teeth when he saw that he wa the city before, (they could bo fount"' 1 the Il.etllttate of people's minds in I posed to the hot sun is among the best

I ;I again to b made the victim of that "Do) you do the buyingyourselff'"Xo the XOlthw st. Among the remedies. The treatment of many thousands of cases cures nausea weakness of stomach indigestion I In prcgiiaiioj-,"Fuorir Prescription**
< j. those
t lesi-I chronic weaknesses and distressing bloating and rrwtations ft S3 "
to direct it I r.is. a "mot.'ier'M cordial. '
from lifting
rr .
rindictiveness. except my ,dents of Portland he found Kcmcmbcr that close ailments nausea.wraLncss
boy's to
At last the 300 a sheep are peculiar females,at the In\ahds' AN a Koothinjf and Mrciigtlu mig oC Btomnch pnd othrx Ii.-
grazers trcb6ioirpyiiipt.
de-k. I h-ivc] : purchaser: who was with letter from and be I Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo, N. V., nerviiie, Favorite fc ., ( >
all in : il| a a Boston church dating: j ought not t turned on backward Prescription" un0'iualled ]!!? common to that condition. If
des were the bank and the the employ of one of the largest drygoods: '' i back thirty-four years. When he asked j, pasture or on fields not has afforded and a vast experience in nicely and is invaluable allii>inur and its 'JM- j is ki-j-t up in the hitter months ofgejitntif.n.
covered adapting thoroughly testing remediesfor
houses ', wt.l suliduing nervous cxcitatilbty. irritcbtluy! H the
young vai prepared t reduce the in thv ('ihwho\ ) s me'i 1 the lady of the family why in the world with 21 r<. the cure of woman's peculiar! inaladic. exhaustion, prostration hjt-teria. F'-L--II.S liciyaa t.> rre prepares.tly It s anti svstcm for de
.store hi wealth to nickels, but he sample* of all such goods as I shall need' ', | she had not some time in the course '..fin :. mixed Dr. PIcrce's Favorite Prescription and other distressing ni-r\ms: pyinrti-iPS ulni'ivi fntlitly d.s away v.jth the sutli-ringu
with) H the result rt this
Lampblack outgrowth or jricat commonly attendant fuuction.il
so that I hand strong vinegar upon mul A lls.it trjii .'nlejil. '
": .; wa notified that the bank would insist keep constantly at a com1 1 those thirty-four years come in and will I mark the.hp.p so that it I I I I and valuable experience. Thousands of organic disease of the womb. It im'dii'ss 44 J avorUePrrv:r (Ttptioii,' when taken
plcte epitome, as it of what is on w'lrelil testimonials, received from patients and
joined one of the churches refreshing sleep and relict cs mt-nta anxietv in ;
j Baptist e.ituie.tn v.itli th* f
the thirty days' notice a year, not injure the from who have tested ve i> I'icrcc'aoM.
upon allowed the counters shelve of all the large ant wil ( as do physicians it in th' and despondency. : : ; Portland her Iliseuvry. and small laxa
:nt | simple reply was: 1, tar and more aggravated and obstinate caws which Dr. Pierce'
by law and for time the in the \'el paint Priori lif l lIr. 1'icrctj'B I'urgutKe Pellets
a teller shops city. From the I make] '
; : you see, sir, we haven't been, quite et r- I had battled their skill provo it to 1u: the Is a legitimate nicdiclne, cuiiii-ilv I.itHrLi Pills
< ,
) curs IJVIT.
selection* match shade make : II Wire two-inch mesh most wonderful remedy ever devised li>r Kidney and
t .Vist& *, combinatious itain whether we should netting is said compounded by an experienced and h. illtiil IMyiMcr? dN :IM-S. Their combined also
_ J'min.'t. the relief and euro of suffering It use
women. .
BOW to be physician, and adapted to woman's d ; .
and give orders for purchases. (cheaper than boards foi K'itorraniation. niio\cs I'loo.j taints and abci hcs
t'; I A i i, J'aul Pi-nieer } rf..,. is not recommended as a cure-all but It is cuncerous -
: horse
purely vegetable
riding a na race at < in its and Bcrotulous humors
She has and Irom thesyr
I : just extended her department j fenen pOllrr. : more easily arranged as o most perfect Specific for woman'speculiar composition and jerfeitlv harmless
in ItS > n.
Ogden, passed the winning to include the of fan II! | labor. ailments. off eels in any condition of the -
Utah post mounting and s>sU-n:. fi-'uvorilc Prescription' is the
The Face at HIP Window.Here II' Aw a powerful, invigorating1 tonic, "Kui orilb only
I i. }F and aftr running a short distance though this has liccn in operation but | I When a brood !,\ proves a good and It imparts strength to the whole eastern, live cure for Prescription the most complicate.is n *Po'ai, {. null-, iii.- lor women sold, by druggists
three is an item for the lovers of the and to the uterus, or womb and IN and under n positUo ujiraiiter, from the
two she has careful obstinate
or weeks appond.iir of
t. : t turned already mother her dis- CIL--S leucorrhea, or "wite; ," ,
into keep not
sharply a wagon marvelous "A I anl110 <'s, in p.irticiilar.: 1 lV>r oxerworked, evce.wive mauiMiicturf-rs, that it will give ratiofactmn -
: whch found a large demand for this kind of I : young woman not long card her for flowing at monthly periods piin- in
: a lighter 'worn-* iit. run-down. debilitated teach ful i\ery case or money will be re
I one
; menstruatif'n.
: I standing by the track with the work ready and cager to take advantage ago was marri'li to a soldier stationed j I because e the old is large and ers milliners dressmakfrs, sr'ainstrss.s, prolapsus nr falimg unnatural of the aIilpreisi.u.z. funded. This guarantee hus been printed
: wornt.
Ii brake Bet The Fort Mexico. Imarriage | he:1tetuce "shop-girls. housekeepers, nursing mothers wealc on Iwttle-wr.ipper.. and faithfully carried
foot-bar of brakewas : of her offer. I I After the back "female weakness," antevcrsir-ii.
t. Il i j seed should be sowed and feeble women generally Dr. re- our Kr many years. Large bottles '
a troversionbc'arjnr-lrwn
1 on a level with the ear, and l he returned to his post and she Pierce Favorite Prescription is thf ic sensations, i hrou- (him> dosrs> Sl.GO, or *>ix buttles for '
boys 1 resumed her duties as a in I finely-prepared bed, made rich, and the earthly boon being greatest congestion, intlammation and u Ice:at ion .>.(>.').
Fashion Note*. a unernmlled as an of the womb,
i:: f upon this bar the boy caught.'The Denver family. A few domesti :i Ia.rScst"plants used as they grow, which appeti/ing cordial and rcsrorntitonie.. It derness in inllammation pain ant ten C# 'Sn l ten cents in stamps for Dr.
I Mauve and white striped alpaca is one ; ago, while promotes digestion and ovaries, accompanied with "in Pierif's illustrated Treatise X)
t ". of his : avoid the necessity of assimilation of food ternal heat." l.irj-e. ((1
upper transplant-
was i in thekitchen \i
f. she heard ,
I e& pne of the new dres materials. i sitting e\ral: l Address, WQRL1PS pag< son IusfS ofSrmen..

ht and the iron ranged Feather titch is favorite finish I for j I' raps upon the window. Look-i '' ing. DISPENSARy MEDICAL 1SSOCIATIOV, No COS Main Street IIITFALO, N. YPico's .
n i ing she saw the face of her Undertake to cultivate no more than
f along the base of the skull. The horse lingerie for the neck and sleeves. up husband.:

7: from She ran to the door. opened it, and, call- you can manage well and increase your THREE Kemedy for Catarrh is tho
passed under
its rider, who wa Canary yellow is seen in combination> ing, found no one on the outside. Then I acres as you i increase in abilty. and your SICK HEADACHE Debt, Eask-st to Ube, and Cheapest.S .

left dangling in the air He is expected : with a golder.brown and is very stylish i i she fainted. Soon after she received] a I acres and ability will : step by CONSTIPATION.

1' t dieof concussion of the brain. and cgant. J i telegram saying that her husband had! step.

(; Ie. silver are in Moorish designs i I lied at Union just about the hour new \ are wanted the SMteterlWaiei
when grape il's lay
autograph history of. Corsica, ? I .
.1.-1 I
and and but ilmccicta maiL
A are heavy ('umhcrsomt %'er she his face > >r or cent by
at the window." wood in a trench before C.
written at ) sw year thebuls l 50c. J T. lliccltiac.WarrenPa.
by Napoleon fashionable. I
Ajaccio i 170 I CRAB ORCHARD at 10 *n start much. Rub off half the buds, WATER CO., ( ealti (old
been sold for The preference for figures and Prop'ra. SIMON X. JONE8, M a. tr. l U.lWhy
I. stripes -
h just I. A certain amount of and fill with mould as the shoots Reward ft-
i is gradually
is shown in of the ribbons Kidney
I There is much m it which i many new i for great help to man. Kites :: .
rise ,
; hats and against and
trimming dresses.
shows that the future Emperor was not with the wind. Even head wind I is gow.I is claimed that more damage: is done SOdS- DabilI((

J of Robespierre. He White, tl (olor and yellow are i the better than none. No man n ever gentle bull than those' that -rr Uttar f.iito! cure. Its)Cl>. Ilt'yb JIwlicin C*.
a,disciple favorite colors for hat worket : are did &uU all irn 2J<*
ten trimmings for I his the Women by
,. .5 1 the fervor of an enthusiast tie girls-from six to ten lt- passage anywhere in a dead .et vicious, and the advice j is to watch them,
Ipe.w.t years. no
man wax pale, therefore, because of as the gentlest of bulls is a treacherous taIjjddulj
.: of the social contract in referring t Thcic is : fancy now for trimming opposition. animal. AXLE ;

the action of the Jacobin in Corsica wedding dresses with gold or silver net. I is ; I4L '
often I

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men C& t o t : ii E '! > rrRhere.I .
*_ .1 :. the of uneducated treat trespassing cats and dogs beasts j are defective and food ,
orthography Old a shou'd' be "
a rose with l routiand
light> green is very st ;1- of prey; that is, they can kill!! them in ; made soft Procter & Gamble Lenox I toSoi.ltenikIIelrs. .SenuiatP
in head and there any in r'ier to Soap in 1886 ? for circulars. CUL J,
.. proD iJ gear, are rnaiiy d ifj j way they choose. j,. feed them with economy.accordingly 6 II S 1 0 II S 1UM. All'y.Wiv '

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a Lenox and
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