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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: September 3, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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The oldest man in the world is said tc 1 THE STREAM. '-. ----

James James, who resides at Santa A faIr talk, but I assure you that there are was the best man, and the Baron made aspeech :: TEMPERANCE. BEFORBTHB- DAWN. .

b Rosa Mexico. Ho is 135 years old. Iq.Cooing child plays by the mountin spring, moments whan nrt approaches the dIgnity at the weddingbreakfast."Millionaire NEWSjSUMMABY The silence of the summer night #-.'- .
the of .
songs the manual labor. But mustn't -
Dorchester South Carolina bofcolink" sing, you model said Alan "are A space or two before its '
was born near Not ht chat t cr I'm Who'Jl Buy? Eastern and Middle State fght.
1 doud0,1? of guile or shadow of ; very busy. Smoke a cigarette, rare enough; by Jove, model Falls deepe*on the dewy height -
In 1752. is asserted that he was To innocent care, and k. ." I millionaires fScKwted on teeing the advertisement of a ROBERTJ. AuxADER veteran of the .
I I While brOW s fair time the servant in are rarer stiLd! wholesale liqaor dealer.JForty Seminole all Mi'xir wa was found dead And holowwh.a webby-wht. './
. laborers at Fort Moultric dur. the some came World.
one of the spring flows. on-. Afer casks of liquid woe- in his bed in Brooklyn a'few days since. He T early begin t float: .
Heart m-
.
( Trevor that the .
( frame maker
. sing the unsuccessful attack by the British a lght a'the morning air Who.n buy'' seventy-eight years old. and had been And then the peaceful hush is stirred .
No tint of sin nor shade wanted to speak to him. FAMILY XATfERS. by the h1.Who'l I in the United fc Sates Naval Service nearly .
! fleet 1776. I this is true he was then To of caxe, "Don't he said Muer aon Thefis-tsweetcaro1ofa1Ard. ..
fifty
i cloud the beautiful run away, Hughie, a buy year .
t 24 years old. I And the brow 8 fairy ". ."- : lie went out. "I will be back in a moment. Useful Hints ad theft made thin JOSEPH W. DREXEL the Philadelphia From- out the solemn d h .
spring < .
!: fows 01. Beggary and death A clear, awakening note. .
__ ____ throw ber. has cottage at out ". '.. "
A lithe youth l' Mortar and paint may .be Removed Packages of liquid sin- N. "., ia i which General Grant died, .
i estimated that there arc 3,000,000 the walk Iy the sirkling srm, The old beggar man took advantage of'revor's from window glass with hot/sharp yine- Who'l buy! t the Grand Ariy of the Republic. We hear jousing" from a dream J. '.. ..
I Watching :
in about silvery Waters gleam, absence to rest for a moment on gar. JOHX EMMERY in the Astor And all earthly :
England know sm.
working women one- His I Foreign death pure- a porter tg .
1 still "
in domestic cn/ploy-/ her pure a Its waters ar,. a wooden bench that was behind him. If you have no dark place for the fruit Who'll impre House,New Yoric,stabbed and kie Edwa co i vague .
whom are wbtJe .
bat of Um.exe by the ruth of I siRgle care, He looked so forlorn and wretched that I cans, wrap each one separately, in heavy Want not slow, but sure- Grr: a young Irishman, who I surely broadening to a ba .
ment. Further, that half the working. I While the streams flows Ilughic could not help pitying him, and paper.A buy! tained a situtiol as {>orter in the Bancroft Of flaring light and .
I ..
Dreaming on he Empty pockets the House. I'llinp Greer the murderercommitted pe . .
by cask.
families of the land arc maintained i as one in felt in his pockets to see whatmoney I .
class
he tablespoonful of turpentine hoict Tangled brains by pint or flask, suicicie. Jealousy of ..
by the work of women's hands, at ridiculously I Lazlywatc.hingthe.aughinggstrerf; had. All he could find was a so.er-I I with white clothes will greatly Vice of any kind you askWho'll maids attentionto Greer '5. ,
Sporting it way in the eign and some coppers. "Poor crime. ""--
beam whitening buy
The British noonday process.
low wages. Weekly And the stream flows low,'' he thought to himsel "he wants I \ HEAVT rains In portions of

suggests that jubilee year is a good time : on. it more than I do, no hansoms I Dusting cloths must be washed oftenor Competition we defy- I South Carolina have done

A strong man stands by the river for and he walked they will carry more dirt into the Whol1buylDy to crops. The t.) the corn .
efforts to betterment a fortnight, inju
t make some looking a sid i rooms than they take out. to make the soul jet black; I is estimated (> )
of their condition. Thoughtuly watching the tido'; across the studio and slipped the sovereign I to make the conscience slack; Augusta. IOO.UlO. > "
Ga
ls shoulder stped ly the toil of years. into the beggar's hand. I To test nutmegs, prick them with a Nothing vile do our. casks lack. I| families hd t 0.wa. fCJI

-p' His brad brow!bent with the of The old man started, and a faint smile I pin, eli if they are good the oil will instantly % ho'Ubuy! S THE Cunard steamship Umbria ..

Icebergs arc at present numerous in the While the stream flows on.Ine cares, flitted across his withered lips. "Thank spread cround the puncture. -R. Ready, in Amendment Herald. I trio- from Enelaiil to New

path of European steamers, according to I His stature bent by the moil of)( you, sir," he said, in a foreign accent. 'I Cayenne pepperhiown into the cracks Kansas Sends by a tidal was fifty feet .
Heart sick 'ar Then Trevor arrived. and Hughie took where ants will drive them Greeting.The huge ma of water swept the
the reports sent the Hydrographic Office hal with its gathering cares, I congregate showing made by the executive committee I I from bow to stern, and Hooded
And eyes Ijcdimme. his leave, blushing a little at what he away. The same remedy is also for
good
I of the elow. The made
the captains of various vessels. by unbidden tears, State Tenlperanco tJnion is one pasM-ngers a :
from And the tide flows had done. He spent the day with Laura, !I mice.To : which the people of Kana may be proud.It life preservers; but the

Since June 3 there have been sighted as on got a charming scolding for his extravagance -: scour knives easily, mix a small pro'c what a persistent battle I the terrific blow and I'roe *

many as thirty.three bergs. Captain An old"man waits on the ocean shore and had to walk home. I quantity of baking soda with your brick against the liquor traffic may ae omplih; PRIXCE DEVAXBOCHGESE, half I .. .

of the Dutch steamer Scholter Counting the years that have That night strolled into the Palette I i I dust, and see if your knives do not polish Inhibition is an established fact, the King of Slang and four .
}Bakker saw gone l ofore, are few who openly tonlay defend th'e whisky that potentate : l in New
)
I Waiting there for the Club about 11 o'clock, and found Trevor I better. doggery in The saloon, with all \
hip to Phe-r
Kan
distance days
at of come it
feet a ago.
300 high '
se'enteen
one To bear him away his final home !itin.hy himself in the smoking room. I! When a black silk garment begins to vic its crime, and attendant evils, has bndrh'en a trip t W'&bm I'roone .. -

miles, and passed within a mile and ahalf 'I While the tide flows t "Well, Alan, did you get the picture i show tiny holes or cracks not large from the State, and where want ad of presenting letter from the ,B

of Captain Brockelman of the I longingly on. finished all right?" he said, as he lit his enough to be darned or patched, pieces misery and degradation once existed in many to the President, end then a -
it waiting the to of our cities, be found comfortableand .
ship come : may now the Continent tike the ..
Adolf saw one 240 feet high with two I o bear his cigarette. : of black sticking plaster may be cut to happy homes, temperate people thrift 'via Japan. t royal arty -
While hi aro t long, long home, I I "Finished and framed, my boy !I" answered | the size and pasted on the wrong side and prosperity. The fact that Kansas h: tour around the wi TliLj "

others 100 feet high, on succeeding days. day grows dark in the evenings Trevor; and, by the by, you have and pressed with a warm iron over a thin prospered beyond the greatest expectation i. A BLOODY not took place at ,.

Captain Campbell of the English ship St. gloam, : made a conquest. That old model you 1 paper. her people since the'slon was driven j t New York between tin- waiter .
And the tide rolls on. saw is quite devoted to I had to from her borders is sufficient argumentin diers of Hungarian
:
Rovans saw a berg two miles long and 200 you. -- behalf of prohibition, to.Fay nothing of a
-B. F Sninjer. tel him all about you-who you are, Healthful Summer Drinks. its moral The of Kansas send Seven or eight men were :
the IGth in latitude people
feet high on forty- apt. hot, and twenty-three .
.. 1. you live, what your income is, Sarsaparilla Mead:Three pounds sugar, greeting States now battling againstthis ,, lristnfr,
tour Millionaire I his
-with the hopes that they follow ffy-two years ;
dear Alan cried "I .
Fourteen apparently new derelicts .My Hughie, I cream tartar, one ounce flour, one ounce lay deliberately
gees moUth shall probably find him waiting for me ; essence of sarsaparilla three water. the example of this young empire and banish the fort\-s\en.I'ea'William S. Darr(
rtd this quarts from their midst this breeder of crime, pauperism ,
V I Unless one wealthy there is I when I go home. But of course you are : Strain and bottle it, then let it stand ten ,misery, and death.-Topeka (Kal.a8)Capital ) sent a bullet through his own
no good only joking. Poor old beggar! I wishI i days before almost instantly. The tragedy
11,200-clcrk' n the SurgconGcncpartment in being; a charming fellow. Romanic i. could do something for bun. I thinkit using. '1: the office of the Jus:ice. who was _
the privilege of the rich I Maple Beer: To four gallons boiling : a complaint made by Mrs. *
not the
Beer and
I has been profcs- is dreadful that should be Belligerency.
er- Zion any one so i her husband's brutality.
omcWar' of water !
the put one quart maple and one .
unemployed. The syrup which
During the mob like ovation was
I poor miserable. I have of old
<( uliar circumstances got heaps ;
CHARLES II. the
uae pc be 'tablespoonful essence of when i RE'D.
and ; tendered General at the station, .
fhoul
dism practical prosaic. It IS clothes at home-do think he would spruce Boulanger who gained considerable '
nuke a ittle he to have you about milk warm add one pint of on his departure from Paris to assume the
In extra money I hetl'r permanent income yeast,
a than "ing Guiteau the as.s-.ssin of
them his
of ?
for
orer care any Why, rags nnd when- command of the Thirteenth i Army Corps, a
to be fermented bottle it. In three
b and issued I fascinating. These I down hill sine, and
a post-office )x, to distant are the throat fallinjr to bits." band of students going ever
hire truths of were days it will be fit for baring large glass pltcner recent to steal from
modern life which ; use. crowdto a attempt a
a circul! r offering to secure Hughie in them said of beer made way through the
"But he looks splendid restaurant he tried to drown him
pit I Litkinc never Poor Hughie Currant Shrub: Boil currant juice and General Boulanger's carriage. The General
employ ncnt for those desiring realze(1 Trevor. "I wouldn't paint him in a of fished out alive from the
ov in be to the force
Intellectually, IUt admit, he was sugar, proportion of one pound sugarto may supposed appreiat been declared insane by New
: it for a consideration. In answer to not of much import ance. He never said frock coat for anything. What you cal one pint juice, five minutes. Stir it American slang sin< reported t. That have"smiled" h. ;
What when the beer reached
/Inquiries he fixed the price at $10, and I ether a brilliant or an ill-natured thin- rags I to call romance.is seems to poverty constantly while cooling; when cold, the smile was a broad one is testified by the tors.A STROKE of lightning killed
in life. Hut then he wonderfully you picturesquencss me. l it. Use like shrub of head of valuable blooded .
.- indicted that he was ( hoUe raspberry one fact that the General quaffed the contents
4?.: >OP-\ncci wWJ; ttW ,, OUM\\ ?( oking, with his crisp brown1: However,"Il tel him. of your offer. i i'Alan spoonful or two to a tumblerful of water. one pitcher at a draught, while his staff disposed I: Woodruff's farm at New Britain I
: business but
...a'a.. hair, his clear-cut and Hughie seriously, "you I' of the remainder. Boulanger. Beer
profile his Raspberry Liquor: A pint of raspberries -
inrcstination by post-office officers. The He gray painters arc a heartless lot. and Belligerency make a suggestive aItera-i South und West.
I yes. was as popular' with men as he "An artist's heart is his head" replied I in a quart of spirits must be corked tion. It would be interesting to A David I
City,
facts were reported to the Secretary of I was with I women, and he had every'accomplishment ,' Trevor; "and besides, our business is to I: tightly for a month; then clarify a poundof what part beer has borne in the various revisions man CYCLX demoli over half j.

'War, who ordered the clerk's summary except that of makin-. realize the world as we see it, not to re- I sugar in a pint and a half of water; of the map of Euop.After all, King the in town. Te estimated '
money. His father had bequeathed him filter off the spirit and add it to the Alcohol is the sovereign I, KLEHM of th ,. I
one j leading
dismissal. lie protested that he intendedno form it as we know it. And now world ever All others pay to <
his cavalry sword and 'History of the tel I syrup; mix well and put it in small ha known his I Chicago officials undtT .
me how I.auris.. The old model him allegiance. No standing army equals
offence, !his plan was simply to for- Peninsular War' in tiftecn volume interested in her." ; bottles. in numbr or in the tribute which it le'ie ing the city in various ways,S -

,ward, in answer to remittances, copies of Hughie hung the fir.t over his looking quite don't talked I Raspberry Vinegar: Mash two quarts on naton which support it. The heroes forler.
"You to to
mean say you I I Ax elevator contain
glass, put the second on -.helf betweenllujT of rasberries in earthen vessel of many was in its ranks; the armies of ing seven ..
the civil service rules. said an put
him about her Hughie. i all countries contribute to its strength; the man fell forty feet at .the .
--- --- Guide and Jhily's MQizinc, and "Certainly I ( id. He knows all a&utthe I them in a large stone bottle or jar, pour whole civilized world stands horrorstrickenat Works, St.: Louis.. Alexander
lived on two hundred. a year that an old relentless Colonel the damsel into them two quarts of good wine vinegar its groans beneath the burdens it President of the Company, and : ,
i
The work of beautifying and improving aunt allowed him. lie bad tried every and the 10,000." lovely cork the jar slightly and let the juice imp r\age the weight of woe which it inflicts. fatally injured>; the other girls

I the national in direction thing. He had distill in the warmth for era dawns. Kings are toppling Ob hurt. S -
capitol every gone on the Stock Exchange "You told that old all I sun or two or .
I beggar
without Brick for six months ; but what was a my three weeks; then filter clear snd bottleit their thrones and time-wor systems trembling -!1 A FIRE at Cincinnati d
on interruption. affairs cried I "
goes private ; Hughie, lookingvery at the shock of moral earthquakes; the ter know "Sloptown. Six
.. houses giving way to stone, and the ; butterfly to do among bulls and bears? red and angry. corking it wel. chiet military hero of the age cries: "Let u taming twenty-five shinties and .

a Il had been a tea merchant for a little ".My dear boy," said Trevor, smiling, I English Ginger Beer: Pour four quartsof have peace!"' and the world responds with i \ere burned over. Fifty cows

,_t aon Is pVjas3ng to the eye. Nowhere longer, but had soon tired l of IVkoe and' "that old beggar, as you him, is one boiling water on one ounce and a half joyous acclaim: "Pea
i the world is more beautifulstone Souchong. Then he had tried selling of the richest men in Europe.c'1 He could I of ginger, one ounce cream tartar, one men humanity:" Surely to rally now at, if the ever raiL, is the Down time with for \\-JLLAl COOPER (colored. )

found than in the neighborhood of dry sherry. That did not answer. Ultimately buy all London to-morrow without overdrawing I pound brown sugar and two lemons sliced King Alcohol and his standing amy-Th.! colored Key neighbors.et, Fla., ford t the

Washington. A rich, warm red sandstone he became nothing a delightful, his account. He has a house in thin. Put in two gills of yeast, let it ferment Pioneer. ED. MCDONALD, a ""
ineffectual young man with a perfect dines off and twenty-four hours and bottle it. It Cdc
plates
capital, been sentenced
mottled every olt
and a finely veined and profile and no profession. can prevent Russia going war when he improves by keeping a few weeks, unlessit Powderly on Intemperance.The THE Kentucky t th.yef

I green marble are thc most effective ma- 'I To make matters worse, he was in love. choose" is very hot weather, and it is a very nice following with strong Terence words V.are Powderly taken from victory for General Bukner,-tt 1 ,

terials used. In combination with dark The girl he 10\(1 WIN Laura Merton, the beverage. \ pub candidate for Governor. "
"What on earth do you mean? exclaimed lished in the New York Herald: : ;.
I daughter: of a retired colonel who had Lemonade With of "Should I leave the office of Master.Work. rest of the Depwarapl SI ;
redbrick and tile work the effect is very Hughie. Syrup : one pound
1 i r
lost his temper and his digestion in "What I said Trevor. "The old lump sugar rasp the yellow rind of six man today I would devote myself: to literary- r.tOjt '
The marble terrace work at"the India say, in the interest of at least two great p
I ,striking. and had: never found cither of work
saw to-day was Baron Haus- lemons. Moisten the sugar with as much : ew Cit I
- and
tem ok
you in the Order-education 1/f :
capitol is rapidly Bearing completion. I them again.: Laura a.lorelllm, and he Jan berg. He is a great friert of mine, buys water as i will absorb, and boil it to 1 perance.questions I would require every alan, woman j hi b ,

,This improvement, which has been going I was ready to kiss her shoestrings. They all my pictures and sort of tiring, clear svrup. Add the juice of twelve and child t learn to read, write and cipher. I. l.lho
were the IrimKomc couple in London, lemons it in well beside the fire That working people do not understand Prbt.f t.i ,
on for two years, is an extension of the < and gave me a commission a month ago stirring s many branches large nWo' w- [ .
1 i ind had not a penny piece between them. but do not let it boil Bottle even these three rudimentary h' 'I .
him And I must any more. a succenld bo
to as a I
paint
bsse of the capitol above ground so as to The Colonel fond of beJg3r. of l learning is a shame and a disgrace. But snc o.
was Hughic
,
\T. say he made a ma nitient figure in his the syrup at once, and cork it when cold. there is no disgrace deeper and more hea ', ,-
add to the symmetry of the great pile hut would not any engagement. rags, or perhaps I ( say in my rags; Mix a little of this syrup with cold.water marked than the disgrace tht hovers around "

and at the same: time give a needed addition ('ome to me, my boy, when you have they are an old suit I got in Spain. when lemonade is wanted. the drunkard. They upon us in the a few daTSat 8C t'K I.
"ot {'10,000 of your own, and we will see cried Order. They bring on trouble between em formei place high .: :
of over one hundred rooms to the ibout it," IIP iiM-il to say; and Hughie i "Baron lalsh'rg! Hughie. Raspberry Vinegar with Sugar : Mash plo'er and honest workingen. They go t FIVE Prohibitionists' a ,

In the distant future, if need those and had "Good hea vns! gave him asovereign"and the fruit 1n an earthen bowl ; to every work drunk,are dischage sobering up, have teen elected t the
buding this ooket very glum on days, be sank into an armchair the picture pound of raspberries add a pint of vinegar; they bfore the-.s-mtll'and present ture. I i'.J'
be. added to Laura for consolation.One appa
can is heard '
story go ,
of islIhLy.'S cover, and let it stand two or three days, Ix Clay county, Ky., |>n -1
basement nibrning, as he was on his way to t and the complainant seems to l>e a much- .
extension. then it was a fierce fight at the
"(Save lum a sovereign! shouT:, evor prc.ss through jelly-bag; to every Are 4ustilie-l in keeping polls
Holland Park where the Merlons lived abused man. we six
friend 01 and he .burst into a roar of l milliter.;; pint l put half pound of loaf: suarset: the such impostors with usfef Can we excuse men men were kie. outright;

to in showing he dropped in to see a great ") dear boy, you'll never FCC it a ain:' .. juice on the fire to come to aboil, takeoff who wilfully neglect thtir duty a employes badly .. .-.
pour Alan Trevor. Trevor was a painter: It
his i .
Evdencecontnucs workmen
their bi other -
delude .
think might have told me, any scum that rises; allow five minute and a wilfully
flat whoever made the statement that Indeed few people, that nowa- j you Yet I called frequently '
escape \ myselfarn upon Washfnton
? said unglue sulkily, "and not let gentle boiling; set it to get cold,
)Langtry was the first alien woman 'lays. But he was aNo an artist, and All make such a fool of myself." then pour it into small bottles and cork t take a hand in the this settlement RecentlyI of labor FOR th first time in i the
me attributable to
irt'ists Pcr.-onally he was a trouble caus. I Regular Army details will .
tobecomea citizen of this country was I arc rare.fellow with freckled "Wel, to begin with, Hughie," said rel 1. had occasion to interfere in a dispute of year from the various j
a .
Thomas strange, rough "it never entered my mind that Currant Vinegar: : This fine vinegar i large proportions, herein the hands soughtto companies attend
quite far from the facts. Judge I when he t rlmo
face and tiM1 l 11ir. sustain of their numbvr who ha.II l been ,
IOWe'"CI: went about (listrilut.alms. in that made by simply pressing the fruit to one and the 'ariou militia '!!
Moran, of Chicago, the Associate Justice took up the brush he was f'al master, you reckless I can "5.and: your mash; let it stand:night then strain the discharged. He had repres-iitwl himsl as a several States. I

of the Court that his !| and his pictures were eagerly sought I Idter. way. l and fill bottles the brim. badly-treated man and had so worke upon THE Treasury ;"
Appellate pays much attractedby i kissing :pretty model, l jour giving juice off clear to the feelings of his fellows that supprte srlu 1 1 I
mother, a native of Ireland and subject i j He had been very sovereign to an ugly one 4 Jove, no! Set them uncorked in the sun or in a him at a sacrifice of work and very heavily of lat.

of and became H
Great Britain, took out papers ;, account of He his hat in during July. The debt J
; of New York : should : at home todato anyone; you and it Ml down into tub interest, now at $ ,
a naturalized citizen ,. look's. "The only people a painter Haus- with of and cork a strange place a '
; whether a piece ,
i
didn't know
I who cime in I blotting paper of valuable liquid, it. Was that a Deducting "available cash :
State as far back} as 1830: or 1837.: HeI j I know" he uscd'lo say, arc people :i berg would like his mime mentioned. You .1 the bottles well. White currants are excellent good case to make a!pin ? I think not." 6t;, and net cash in the

says that prior to the adoption of the He- ,. arclwtcaml hCltifu1 people who are intellectual an i! know be wasn't in full drc!s." for delicate pale vinegar. Red While Mr. Powderly was speaking adrunken the net indebtedness is f 1:4, .
irtistic pleasure at and an make to that made man tottered down on the other DURIXO July the total .
alien could 'I "What a duffer he must think me! ones a vinegar equal
vised Statutes, about 1830an: repose to talk to. Dandies and from the finest red wine. side of the street and passed by the door of a : ted States Treasury were | ) : .' I

notinhcrif bold title to land in New rule the world! However, after I said Hughic."Not house in which a smal watch dog sat up I $'J9,fjr in the same t'me '
.ladings all. He was in the Oatmeal Drinks First into "there ii
:: liked at highest : put a "Look. :\ a good
")Iy mother," he said, 4camc he got to know Hughie better, he after left of of fine right strong, able bodied man with the expenditures were $::, j
York spirits you ; kept large pan a quarter a pound pint $S' in July, 1V&;.
his bright, ,4O
him quite as much for buoyant: old wrinkled senses, and dog, with brute in ,11
here as a child, :mt her father acquired and his reckless nature, him-.I and rubbing his II fresh oatmeal, six ounces of white sugar, Which is the more a valuable at this THE Pension Office has '
spirits generous i together. I ('oultn't make out and half a lemon, cut into small pieces. stnct human intellgenc claim of Mrs. Mary Cnsey.
property in New was probably ( hanll I say the dog. Lacking -
Yok. I title ind had given him the permanent 'ntr.e why' was so intrestet know at Mix with little warm water; then pour he there guarding the house. He dier of the Revolution.who
to enable her to retain her right amI his studio. I sit Mrs. Casey's application f,r a
to
about ; but see now. over it one gallon of boiling water, stirring own safety and of the safety f
I on.this naturalized i When Hughie came in he found Trevorputting 'Ol valuable He is alert and lied ten years ago, and ii ;
that she became j i I I invent jour sovereign for you, Ilughie, i all together thoroughly, and use of much projierty. I War -
the Ii finishin tmJ'hcs to :WOul'T- o ready to protect man is not only Revolutionary
Very likely many other ladies in similar of a beggar 1 man. I pay: you the interest every six monthand, I when cold. This makes a most refreshing bereft of his bth, he could not watch ever b presented at the leCsion -
snss
position in the original States and colonies ful life-size' picture standing on a rai
I imagine beggar himself was 1Uwas >'I 1 1 am an unlucky chap," growled raspberry vinegar citric acid or if lie tried. His intellectual or physical attainments Foreign.

I did the very same thing; so -j i platform in : corner of the studio. like. ,i hie. "The best thing I can do is to any other favoring may be used insteadof would not at thi tiire avail him TEX were drowned

the occurrence is much less rare a wizened old man, with a face go Ju to bed; and, my dear Alan, youmuctat the oatmeal may also be anything against the ( of two persons pleasure yachts off k
and a most piteousornrrssion. I "As I have said before, the rum habit is -
thin the papers think. Until the Legis- wrinkled parchment his,shoulders was Hung I; tell anyone. I shou\n.t dare to u>ed if preferred.< Second -Six ouncesof oue of our Itatet enemies, and until we get land. _. -'
Over mface in the fine four of cocoa and SIGNOR DEPRETIS the '
show ounces
changed "I" .. o it under we will have au uphill struggle ,
States tmeal
of the different and i .
I. .tu.res 1 coarse brown cloak, all tears tat-I I .X sense! \ It reflects the highest eight sugar, mixed gradually to sustain our prncple I deny that I ter, i dead.

.' : the law it had to be lone.'' | ters; his thick boots were patched on'I credit on your philanthropic spirit, i and smoothly into a gallon of boiling am an autocrat, I wish to SEVEN men have been \- :

L -- I cobbled, and with one hiLfll he leaned Huiibie, and run away. Have another water. Use when cold. be. If my word should be law there wouldb Ireland, for participating in a S
the Wst-t while! with the other he ton't more intemperance, and with no in- dockmen imi rt l ,. -
This is the age of paper, nnt rough stick battered, hat for alms. cigarette, a1l you can" talk about Ginger Beer: The following recipe for there would soon b fewer labor ers. } agains policemen and : -

era Maniacurcr suggests that an exhibi1tion I held out his model !" whispered Laura as much as yon like. making a very superior ginger beer is troubles .were. injured during the riof -
ama/in-
of and manufactures "".hat an hands with his However, Hughie wouldn't stop, but taken from the treatise of Dr. Pereira on FII THOUSAND .
paper objects Hughie as he shook home feeling unhappy, and Temperance Neus and Notes. pople.
I walkt very diet. The honey gives the beverage a Asiatic %i
bicentenary
would fittingly commemorate the friend. : h> Alan and Trevor in fits of laughter. softness and from not beingfermented Floyd County.Ga.,recently voted for prohibition drought which has turned ..
leaving peculiar ,
j shouted Trevorat -
ino-M! by 500 majority.The into bar
of mill in this county 'An .maxlng \ region an absolutely
the first paper I should think with yeast it is less violent in
Philadelphia, the top of his VOJ'('; "I I' The next morin as he was at breakfast its action when but requires to second international temperance Con- THE Laterals (Gladstone's )
next yearto beheld at he are not to he met opened ference will be held at Zurich, Switzerland, elected another of their nunmi/
so'! Sue h 1 beggars :' the servant brought him up a card, somewhat time beforeuse ... .
birthplace of the trade. Paper is theI I ivory My stars! what an etching "Monsieur Gus- : be kept a longer September 9 and 10. House of Commons in an ele .
science with llay. made of on which was writen' : White sugar, five pounds; lemon The Rev. Dr. W. R. Huntinton prescribes cancy, and have made large .
receptacle and disseminator of HembranMt would have I tavc Naudin, de la part de)1 le Baronllausberg. !I: juice, quarter of a pint; honey, one- the three Ts1.oi,Thnft. and Temp.ranceas CHOLR causing from -

'. .. the products of art and literature, the him!" hie. "how ." "I suppose come for i| quarter of a pound; ginger bruised, five the b atidot for poverty.Rev. deaths daily in Catania, Iay.! .

great industries and i "poor old chap! said HI to 1 an apology," said Hughie to himself; and :1 1. ounces; water, four and half gallons.Boil Henry Varley says there are 150 men demic is spreading in the .
of
means a
keeping
looks! But I visitor in the House of Commons who are of .
the city
he show India
flour, I miserable PJKyou he told the servant to I the ginger in three quarts of the present Pehw -
J
our ? 1
commerce thriving. barrels I face is his i iI one way or another connected with the liquor .deaths during
his add the ;
I painters, I water for an hour, then
articles of Trevor 3011 I Ii hal traffic. MAST houses have been .
"wraps our goods, enters into (t. ," replied ; 1 1I up.An with gold spectaclesand I and with the
juice honey,
and 'tcrtainh' look happy, do I I old gentleman sugar, Mrs. Mary Livermore has in Ecuador by the ,
household use, beggar to into the and the and strain A dever dmg
4 personal wear and I I don't i pray hair came room, remainder of water, through more than hundred < a- -

: *hcn we die sometimes forms our coffins. you r' model get for sitting said, in a slight French accent, "Have I i a cloth; when cold add a quarter of the d nearly one. hundred of these i BT direction of the .
much docs a .
and 'How I of addressing Monsieur Hugh white of an and small teaspoonful
It rolls cars found himself the honor egg a Brigadier-General
beneath railway I' he Greely.
our ?" asked Hughieas :1 Erskinc? : of essence of lemon. Let the whole stand A float transporting four car loads of beer will on or before
off it i cer > i
forms ?ur buggy tops. We cat a comfortable seat on a"divan. i Hu hie bowed. I four days and then bottle; it will keep wa lately run down and sunk i the E. to pr, Frnc for th! -
i fish
I I river York. The
drink from it, wear it on our heads, "A shilling an hour. for I 1 "I have come from Baron Hausberg," i for many months. This quantity will ae t b cm- i tending the meetings of th< .
in how much do you get yourpictUres mirt I branch of the French .
necks, bosoms, and feet, carry it put I I .nd ; he continued. "The Baron- : make one hundred bottles. :atonal Temperance Hospital inS vancement of the Sciences, t j,

b lieu of and tile.Ourhouses Alvan?1 thouand." "I beg. sir, that you will offer him my I II II I Chicago ha trt successfully over two place from September i. tJ. Jt
pket handkerchie a Ii
"0, for this get apologies. said Hughie. I of them of a ing information in
sincere hud sme
it pack I i Professor of Hamburg c srou
with I Neumayer, work ia
,line our carpets "pounds?? "The Baron," said the old gentleman, chatr, recourse t orological science and
and physi- antarctic
the of explorations -
UP our goods in paper boxes, and di.ertOur cards. I .IGuim'as. pinttr poet" ,, i with a smile, "ha commissioned" and he handed nu- to urges. laying necessity special stress on its import- it Says is see the the Voice thousands: What of a men inspiring and women sight I v the historic parish of t

leisure mom"ut with paper cans always think get gUifl-the model should have bring you this letter; I ance for"geology and paleontology. He aH over t .the land who are"putting in days and buy port, Ma-s*., a me r
We import 1 Hu.'liie a sealed envelope. show that the nights o( labor for this Prohibition six li\in' generations '
make 500,000 tons yearly, said Hughie, laughing; written: 'A wed- 'anticipates that it will. II l-u Kent The baby hadn't vet L
ask a percentage, do." On the outside was south centreof dispersion of with no prospect: or thought of reaping any
was a
largely hard pole
and yet, like Oliver "thev work a as you i' to Hugh Erskineand Laura personal or political profit from it! It ereairereat great '-*. '"
at din r-pre.sent qucketo's
look < and of the southern hemSsphere of the baby helj
old Why, plants The mother
for straw, nonsense I and maide animal faith in humanity in the '
more. old beggar, futue *
Rags wood pulp, I onsense from an of -<
alone : aggregation
Merton. north to' nomenal
the pain! as the pole the earth has not lost gee
and on i yet
of laving suppsed st . it
the plant trouble check for 10,000. o fifteen
rop lark of the cotton interior of the and standing all day long at one !easel to! wasa When they were married Alan Trevor have been for the norher S but ye J&-

t membranes in the l-elL uughir, for you &lV
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fr 4 r !]I ri? by Prtif.'Erwin; and adopted. SEA ISLAND COTTON CROP. ; There sue NEW quiltn SUK1> number N'KCCKSrtAUV.: of cotton Inc L Compare: 1.11.4. ) A*Iitiiii1()rolt -iat1i4)rge of 1I tb


'fh* 8fath 1gn1PUBLISIIFA Resolved. That.we the 1 nstruytors nnd to-u-sin I Ciul"-ti.n! aid t Sivannnh: that I <;oat e-eorporati ,;:

< + < rf 1 tHOftliria. .
n or
iiirorr OF A SPHC-AMST iciest hi thi.s M-ed q-iestinn, I Stark. .
take sin III ; '
s9ES ) \VEEKLY AT-i of Bradford do extend to Prof. D. <& &*: d.ow
county, hand S
UPON ITS I |liSI3NTCONDITION.: of t si-'"> ted seed on
full supply (
gTlRKE, BRADFORD COUNTY. FLoRIDA keep a ; S. i li..otlt shall
.- .-. L. Branning, our ,'thanks for his interesting haw made' the subject e. ful for |
We
i neisof
tier or
season.
'. every any hog or hogs :
.e- I. C, AVKHB. and suggestive lecture on errors in I of improved st ed our study for years, and or goits.l'c.-ass.t: (> allow the saiijr g .

.[Editor and Proprietor. language. We commend him *o the I -- supply nf selected : ,,am or stray al large wlthm the corpo '| .
annually itnpoit( 1 a 1 large .
: . ofllee at Starke as cod favorable consideration of the public. 'l'hrce ilmitidreti mutt Fifty Imports the Winds, nnd also : i ..., :ate limit of said town. *
la
Enter the post seed direct from
Sc'f. 3. It be the .
No nnd f-hiiH duty of
IVoni Planters i: ,
claw matter. Irind the* test selected seed from Marshal to anti
keep on capture impound i ia )

;I trice if t paid hi ndvancef Danragtt jot SustnineilINissihilitios planting.m Florida. CVrre pondenre i suitable pIIcwJtbInsitLd town h .. r.*
.. Subteriptjon ( To the Editor of THE TELEGRAPH: one3 ear Krarketa pny ,
# 1,50 if hot paM Ui advance ?2.00. JJaoh < f Ifust upon the subject of sce-d is ernest : goat, or horse, as*, :'or mule, found ,

t Subscriber will l>e notifiM when his Allow me space in your paper to offer and the CaCerpilJcrs invi'cil. i ; onI roaming or straying ,within said l lund Iliflits.
ly he shall advertise the same for fift
I
putauription is nut tiy a large cross after a few suggestions concerning the Tf at li --The lna| LitIJp i
printed
THK! rvtrsF.s to Fill- days by written or notices intei ,
ftU name, atitl if not ordered otherwise ens' institute tndthc benefit derived iluro Lat this : ( gently (IcscriMn ftc same also giving to

S.- r the paper will he promptly sloped when from -- Some of the principal leason for 1 1 :itfl!. marks of lm
the ttubecripliou ox piles$ This 1tIItC of affairs are: entile posu-d al three public places wit .
the first State Teachers' InStitute
being
:: i_ ._ From ti) '* NVw*. UeiaM. SS Fiit-t i -The 1 w prices pn-vaiMn I ? for the ti .s-ii If I- of interest will ever laId in this county, the attendance of
iI-.i flhort articles public last or two have minpeiU-d that class door the Mayur'g office and one at tbi
? be received with pleasure and published, on the part of teachers wa cjcceedingly Follow ing a ( iistitin nliptoil j 'jme3'eaIs year who live taken the door of the post office. At the expiratunof

.g.:. write and make the enftyrising rirm of I II. F. of white planters said fifteen days the Marshal shall
buMn YTrlUng, plainly small, o hmali iu fact that I ago. to cultivation
H ; your story as short as possible. People hardly think the corps of instructor-, Duituii iV Cl).. bankers ot Giir s\Jie.! nioiJt care of their cotton itt regard: within lgaI.salu hours, sell any such iti Cl
and tuvd to ,tlVuuldtt! it. They pounded animal animals, to the
do not cars Jf> read long winded articles.Starke -. would have remained with us longer than has: pn pared ;a most exhamlhi io1sXt ofttepieMnl nriKc: the better grade e-st bidder for cash", at the time and phicspccioul hjg

Fla. 3 1 887.: the first day had it not been for sympathy !: condition and the pn .p -cts of claim they cnimoi three ortwttntvfive in said notices, and immediately S
Hep than ten. -
less y
.; to a great mcasure with the few teachers the ben inland! cotton crop i in thtj I It lee oh l cot i()MI for Y. turn over all proceeds of such sales to iltoxxn jt

f j t -4 { Southern Mates of Florida.; Gcorghi and c-( ultS. and v ill not try. ,A., treasurer, taking his receipt there
of the .htst < The proceeding
of tinotton( -
A int'Uy for.
., : mooting was delnywl in All the subjects discussed'' were of great Smith C.-irolina. These tote the three Second- large Itl nvui F 1'iovidcd that '
i is purchased by ineit hints don ;a any owner or owners of
till late this week. \\ e con- but is the States which produce the long staple such '
-t reaching UN importance, especially it case, crate Hnn.unlof tiade( and .\l ho have but any impounded animal, or his, her'

i. pi Uded h ow yep to ijjwrt it* fiidotne with a few to which 1 shall draw slight plant.Mr.: and the or their agent, may release the same bj
left \Vdter! G. Robiiiho.i ot the above liille I loom for handMng' t tlr: crop ; i I-aying) the Marshal all charges herein
i is .
lu al matter :
re $ity some pf out attention. The first lecture offered by
I :. of constjui'm-e( is the cotton is thrown into a 0 after provided : which charges the JIarslial
iianu-d l Hi in. b is madr ration :i_ stibject
out. Prof. Felkel on organization, classification und has pi.e and uilc'l to I!lie gin hcu-f to be shall! : pay over to the town treasurer ami
and of schools is of special Mti|RaBJ.Ji take his receipt therefor.
PHSW-O County management one :
The first t.opy| of the ; -v\rth i'i" I that the seed be
? to lie repink-d nsa l 'leading expeit ginned it-quest -t 4. The 3IarshaI! shall be
'- the thus come >e-c. allowefl
Democrat ut Dade City, greatest importance. I am acquainted
puljli-hod to
; ji. tie! saved as (the iiu-rcLuHil: h-ts jutunised At '. 1.1; cash for and
wnicli tal to cents day hogs
-i ns you per
J. in fvvij thing ;p goat
Kite of INsfo c .uiHy, hy with the general mode of organizing ANJJ
new County for .l intinir. pacVa ami
; c. fIirtihi save eeil for his e-UbtonuTs ] and 20 cents each per day for horses. asse4or

, A. Johnson. xxlio furiuerly published classifying, and managing schools in tln-> growth and iiiarki-iiugof o'tlmi, Third-The cur-ls nianrer i in \vhit lithe tin thfer front.- I H. K I Dultnn & Co., has
We predict a him I tn % tirm ot r<
the Waldo Advertiser. A. teacher will the seal of while impounded
: : county. young open up care same
is handled at the (0l It try gin in Lor
bright future tor the I>amot<)'4t' and school. The first thing he does is to take gal liCO! a rtptitition I tlirou houtlhc United t-ofion <*o., as in t t.s he-c. 5. That the balance of proceett.iOh
: tiio-i- -rtions 16 no oth i r
. all the cottun manufacturin house more particul-uly in ) l wantt-il .sale in Sec. 3 after
.. Pavuo county.8UOOTJXO. Mates and in I ; as provided paing;
the names 'nf his Htudeuls as he comes to 'ylatt both lIe bug :itnl slioit ( iitlons :nil-1

;, .: .' : TJL : OF IION. JXO. C. Jjicm. ask them how they stood in the couiitiita Of the woil-l lor almost perlect gjlltONl] under om> iirttf, n.ak's: it ah itl.-.t ( WI : : 1 _. such to the as owner expenses of such as provided stock or shall animal be sold.paid ei
in its Mr Robinson seil trom mixing
juulI.111D.Se classes the school proceeding. aesign them noeurai-y repoits. impossible( I-* keep tho Sec. 6. AH ordinances or parts cf ordinuues ii
most ex tensive jj some extent.A i i: -
liimM-lt enjoys a personal in conflict with the foregoing be
a lesson, send il note to their parents <>rttiering -
: \ can recall no event, occurring in acquaintance among the growers i in I I WAUXINCJ TO KXKMI.r.sAND fiOXX: : KRs. ]D : ? and (the san.e are-hereby repealed.ec. .
a lot of honks, and the school is Our experience le-.uls us 1 to state I tint: resor
section of tintUe, which caused a Island cotton district and 7. The foregoing ordinances shall ft
: this iignnjxed, clasMfiid, and in good running the whole Sea i inure damage is donein co'ton l by i.i %>cpericnerd I \ oil li>i\> ro into effect on and after August 10th.
/nitre wide spread feeling of- regret than is looked upon as an authority in qualities ginncrs Ih-in in any other xx-iy. ? i Siiuinur
rond.itiin> To such teachers; 1 can only 'l* S 4 the recent shooting of Capt. Hit-hard. avail yourselves of the next prices, conditions( and everything Unless there ih irreat cre taken I ih.h gins' GTT1 ; ; ; at. Approved T. A. Knight,

The Captain i is welt known throughout say, opporlunity the and maiketing xxill cut the fiber badly, crack nn.i I m.i>h ; <.-, A1ue.t Jlayor.H. .
.'.v It kit affects' produce :
"and hear the xvln le wed t,
subj-ct fully explained the seed, and even allmv > > g..t
the borders of the state and has a host of. Sea Island filter. I ; iiver, ia J.. Sparkmau, CO
the
of : Inch xxill the cotton
I by one who speaks fioi.i experience into the lint, : give
love and adnine 1 : sprin i Toxxn Clerk.
who :
friends everywhere that xx-ill make a. dilTerencv
:
'i L und knows what 4te is bilking about. GEN KUAI. KP.M \UK8KLOIUD.V.Tlie 1'r nnpc-hiancc : -S--, I : t iuuahil ie. .
excellent qualities of' of from 1 to 5 cents pound. It would : | IiuII. I .. him for the many The lecture on Pnmaiy nuiiibers is also per 'l>en
1. planting was rather' late, and g*.od be til. t therefore for I the the f.iuner: to -'t--i..t ; I !pooK of Fluid
his
S To attest great Darbys 1'rophyluctic cures chasing
: his generous nature. of great importance. In this Prof. : ; t< ountry.
)
very ands weic dilflcult to obtain in consequence look about iniii before coutractiiij' x\ith !:
personal popularity at home, wo may say i u Imiel, with eruptions and iuflom.-ition of all kinds;
Erwin set forth the advantages to be of the dry and cold spring; but, any one to do his ginning, and send his
hat from the moment he was wounded ( woik. mhl ami I cures inflamed or sore relieve! pains
.. I gained by dealing with objects themselves cotton to him xvho dues tiie bcsl eyes;
: unfll ilxvascfefiuhcly known that lie.xvas instead of abstract numbers which have this once obtained and the crops hiving All cotton should( first be- sunned and I : F. U iN: X from bites or slings of iusects and sore

. zf entirely out of danger, his home was little meaning to the mind. favorable! weather mo t of the time, the (then put through a cleaner or xxluppor to _J"r'[ ': '-' : !I-'I.tida.H!miles feet destroys all taint of persperation or
S very young to fruiting sand aud trash before Ijcnii'trilined ;
is good condition as extract :all
itt
plant
crowded day tincl night with anxious : I tielc! in offtnsivj smell from the feet or O!
I any part
.b
advantages
The lecture by Mrs. Ingrain on the and cultivating We h-iv ; some complaint ; otherwise you xxill nut get a cotton c3 ?

in teaching history, and that ofPi tint will grade I-i t-class I in appearance ; to the of the body; cleansesjaml whitensthcsk.n .
fiomneiirlj .
and the fly reported U Ar > .
of caterpill F'.
: identified in :
Capt. Richard lias IK-CU fully and become fancy pieparation.Whcn ; UWd as a deraifrrfntw
of. Ei win the outline of ,uccthem.wewjlprestrx
en topical a <
lA ,L his c\eiy section. this is tlonc and our cotton goes to I ( i Ii rumtttuon; Away *) gre
of Florida I.
tS with the political history 1 lsson. also claim their I uinretits. or es the It youwfl
i history important. As we predicted "in- our May report market -'in ntM class" condition, we hive ) Oflhi.OI rc
nallv% Slalc. for this past 30 or 40 years, ( '. White sore and Cie.IO.antt: CXPTe
In the one it shown tint a child can wh n we mentioned the crop as being some claim uon' high I prices.Kiryplian gums iUi LI 5 _-_uey__.___________
:: having served in two State Constitutional better remember circumstances connected I : advices I are to th" cfTt-ct lint .riuugs'ha. in the- water tiscel i '
f weeks late the worthSl.
four proshwctswere .iplc
:
three or 87 !m
. Conventions and sevaI terms >n both enabled xvntms li:ive inade their appoiranci; : : gen- : i i: jog and especiu'Wi. write
\\ithanevent to
by being see 31KD.
S we wmild have caterpillars. To the emily throughtiiit lower Hzpt.II i Holder Co..IioUY. era

branches of the J..egUfature. He and also lirave cn- with his natural eye the time and place of present li.ue, however rt hits done but F. Dutlon&Co.. us: 5IC k. _37eat English Gout and

r .. j)3s the reputation of u vigilant an action or fact. In the other he is and even should it become Per W. G. Robinson. ; -- Rheumatic gemedy.1iORID.t .
little dauuire.
t1 hitary comnmuder. baring served of'circum PANTS i'Ihls.I a
taught, that classification general we feel satisfied that Florida will $ null 14 hi

I throughout th entire war- between the stames and dates, that will Les>fc enable yield at least a three fourths average ciop, County CoinniIl.iicro Court Any; TOILET I I from NAVI( ;AT.oCUreJ{ at LESS I

I i i S Slates, with tUliuctiou to hiuiself and him to recall events.S iMt, 1887. n'lvst-li-e- than oLitalnablo eIe- a
in of the Sta u the rniuc.xRi* IN' E.
.t comtaand aud honor to bis btclion. Hisuame'uaa Will next call the attention of renders as n goodly portion The Board convened at 10 o'clock) a. m. : !raii'l I wear w'l.NsbA T'KU,Guide P lJit SAl

favorably ,..u.enUoae for Con- bolls are well developed on what we term Members pie-sr-nt. Witkovski.. .M. II.Beashy. uItriit.-e'I Train Kin by;,.. lway' i___T
I-HMITL\ ?? .
I V to few of the benefits derived from the %\ .
: ti (the "bottom and middle. crop. Tl ere is <} W. MeKinney, M. V. Smith: ,> or .1 new

I : fi S grass last year ami his numerous lends interesting lecture given by the Kev. I) cotton being picked in oour southern and .Thn( S. Andrews. : If 'ooils Shortet and Qufck 1'

in all sections of the State are now looking L. Hranning. of Waldo Air. Branninghas. some The chairman railed the Board to order COM I ,. as the Southwest. I>ihen,,,Lebanon OhioWet -_, .

t 1 S forward to his political promotion at no districts already.As when the following business was t tiansaet atalned. Send stamp toV -.- -
without n-p-ird to the time requited, to the finergrades of cotton there d.IVtilion. m.-a..s A. 31. tiiii ent< f' ( J4e. L,BlijKe.i.Inp.

i L \ .. distant day. The shooting of such a man one of the most interesting instructing off ( of A. J. MeKinney. et. il. for \\ .
will be a material falling as a great : Read down
} ; ut Capt. Hit-hard was well calculated to lectures of the day. The lecture, errors of best farmers have abandoned a change of the public ion! lai-l I mi the ] No. IU, Nn.2.i/ No. 1. No. V.30Dp.
1 excite of interests in his many our l t. 10 j> 7 .'*> p Ar.TacksoivilleJLv 7 4-> a .
deep th-
a feeling is in he table to be consi.leied: at : h'iMemburnicttinjr.
a lengthy one which
in'languagc .
r' planting on account of the low pnce&rulin 11 IOta < "iO p Ar IlaMwin! Lv827a 405pJJ
S behalf all sections of the country. draws attention to the numerous words 555a p Ar Late! City. ...Lv 9 57a Blip
have poured ? fin the last two years- J. W. Kelltrn, county tre-i-uror.: |in>- ', 47 aI Si p Ar Live Oak.....Ar 10 49 a 7 30 p to
j I Messages of w arm sympathy that are i improperly spoken, incorrectly sented his bond) ( uhii-li was; exaniiid andapprrvei .. : a'loiit' what 1: !$ a .1 :i" p Ar Madison ..Ar IIv p 8 4d p -
in him from all bcilioua of the State GEORGIA. like. sflt -> r a :t 10 p Ar Muntlet-Hn Ar 1 50 p 10 35 pOa
upon the different wa sin xvhichxvords ml I5oai '. as
spelled
: by) :
:< .t! 1 1I> p Ar TalUhas5ee..Ar 2 '3 p 11 50 p
IS. .. and from m my other quAiters. Among may be spelled, and yet spelled correctly The reports from Georgia still go to Order th:it I Rachel Jafkson be alloweil 1 r I : ; Msure.nil- fill 1 10 a 1'"l p Ar gmncy ..Ar 3 09p 1 63 a jj

; the great number of friends who hastened show that there is quite a decrease in the $2 50 p'-r month from 1 the c-ountv iuinN.Orilric'il 12 .n p 11 3pAr llivt-r June..Ar 4 05 p 3 30 aII
S : also the different words that are spelled l : f'r l're- .n> p Hi-.Ua ArMariai>na.....Ar 507p 4.05 a
; ;)ii to give expression to their warm"sy mpatby ahke. pronounced alike, and yet have acreage planted. In certain sections the lh.it the sruud for the coiit; i': : I t cts. ithr lOp s.i5aLvIcFuniakSpr.Ar 705p 800a
house be allowc-d one dollar per night! '} n |lack- ::110)1$ ( p r.iaLvl'ensaco'a..Ar 15.IOp 11.50
j
; and deep regrets by telegraph and entirely different meaning. weather has been very favorable for the until further onlcis shall: lie- uiven.Oideieil j | l 11 e-'uilinjr' 11 !_ 15 p 'I.do a Lv" Flotnaton. ..Ar 11.59 p 3.15 p

letter, we may mention the.- following S One of the most important lectures con crop, while ID others it could not have tint the pi-iition of, L. t'. Hull, : ; 'Ie1siteiI| -- 1.1*)a Lv Mobile .. .. Ar 2.25a 7.10p
a nuinlr of -- SitUp( Lv New OrTeans..Ar 7.Ua eai
1y from abroad, vizIt. -, nected with the Institute, was that given been worse. Everything considered if e-t. al. bi'srianli'd: o. the followin fotid'tions. : ( .;"Ja) T.fiDpLv "\tontgoniwry..Ar 7.15 A 7.58 p
When; the jwtit i''iitIS' cut and 2.Vp: 7/J7a Lv Nashville .Ar 6JOp 7.20a ste
SS 0 C. llciberger, Washington, I). C. ; by Prof. Erin, on how to secure co-.op- we have good weather from now out, the the proposed new road and put i il in g open oodoidcr J. ( \ CO. tIip 1li$ a Lv K\ansville Ar 1.10a 2.35p.-, j -

John P. Jackson Y.Capt.; J. E. Low cration of patrons. The instructions prospects tire that the Georgia crop will bea f"' public iisf. wi'hout cost to the a'.2: !: Muss. Hl5a H .ii p MWi s1): ;) p a Lv LT Cine-innatLyfA'r Louisville.. Ar5 6.3ia"B.2 5 2.2O. ,

:: ? Green Jove; Geu. Edward Hopkins, Mrs. rendered here are of the' greatest importance fair average. Withia the past few days cnuntv. the I Roar.l I will I I p.tss .IM older I ae- 7.10 a 7L'pLvSt( Louis .. ...Ar 7.Wa 8.p

i.;,' .' Dr. Murphy, Dr. J. N. Jones, Hon. T. A. to every teacher In the county. In we have heard of the flv. and in quite a cell imun.? li and nf iliscontiuiiiiig K. J. 'tinii-igld.(the -ii i 1 r.i.ui.Tlu'iepoil ( Dru M N I 0"I p laiHl a ID,'p
:. MacDouald; Jacksonville; Dr. J. G. Ilopklns. this he a method b'y which a teacher number of sections the caterpillar has et. al. Through bleeping.cars on 1 and 2 to New Or-
gives stating t that t they as Comniis-i.iners had I Pxitng! eaius

morn viue, Ga. ; F. \V. Simmons, may gain the friendship and support of made its appearance. The plant generally i.tarkfd: out the road bciriiininir.it r;,ulge ) under K. K. uud N. steeping cars on 9 and 10 to D. ea

t FernandinaG.; K Webb, Gaincbville. ; S .Lis bitterest enemy and
ic.4 Dr. C. A. Simmons, Hawthorne Dr. most quarrelsome and antagonistic of his great d.iin.ig-j: to accrue to the crop for the past and c >:irectinij with the ])iibic! i loid ( l ; SOUTHERN mviSION.Shoitesf .

at P. I* Prc--atl's n required li}' -in oplcrmnle by J. and iiickebt route'Orinesvillt*. Ocala .
Bronson and others. least it is .Tulv2
James Chase next at more or *
many patrons into one solid band of supporters thirty days; : by I the Board; July 4th l'b?; which ] ElSfiomr t Le-. sburfr. amt to all points South Florida. %

In concludlng'thia) brie.f u'otice of the by inspiring in them a love for the* cause less guess work to estimate the crop in I leport w-iu.! ac-ctpterl. Surnlmrg Rr.nl up. S .Read down. Dru

r Captain and.his unexpected ufflicticwe tins state. The f.il'oxxmir accounts onlercii- pml 'tie the No4. X.. -. No7. If03.
-| o.educuIopaid the future welfare of : U. Sc 10.13 A 1.00)) p Ar Fernandina.- 1010 a- the
: we are pleased to.state.that he--* *n idrea. Sheiilf ill case of Si ite Vs Laxx i.inceMcKinne ( I 7.l"ii: 2. I.I p Ar Callahan ? S ..Ar Il.27p
S sown CAUOUXX.
S l8ti- Stan nse'oFI ) . . .. . $ 4.50 libeial pa- :i.t: ) I.4tiLv: Baldwin.. .. .Ar K. 5 ,,-.
be able to be ojtt and .in intervene lecture; of all and one of no It is the impression cf the parlies having Sheriff in case: of, State vs I) L. MIittimi a tjO p tS.'iOuArJae-ksor.vjlle..v 11 35a 900p
JiiAerxice ask 5 ;tu a l.K p Lv Baldwin. .....-.Ar 1220 .05
I S. friends again, and thariie when ..WM'delUr the best facilities for being thoroughly Phillips . . . . . 1 To neI.' flu in, 4.Iuta l.l(> pLv Lawtey ...Ar UHp plO 11.24p p

true oparlau heroism, his severe steett'a liaustecapill Sheriff in case: of State vs (). W.p.ice tru'y. ;tl)1. 1'l.> iLv Starke .. ...Ar 1. 2 p II.47p oar

posted, that acreage in the long cotton : . . .. . . 890Shetell : Tnrr.Y. j. t.> p I&Ui: .i iaiuesville..Ar 3.Zp ';.4,5a
PRQOEEDlXCt OB districts of South Carolina is nt least 15 ::5 : ) p .tlItLvCe,1arKe> .. JVr 6.35p 2.lOp
S "' scrvin:i notices i i in cimitlioiiMelection : I D" vi>. 2u( 11."! pLv Hawthorne..Ar 2.aip I.I5a

S iNSTITUTE gicaT \ "A ) Felkel.is per cent less than last year: the crop is . . . 4:510: 1.17 a 1101 Lv Cil ra Orage- LakeAr-2.65 p 2.02a ilSta

FL. MoNDAY ACGU6T22 1887. one thtj fully two or three weeks late, as a whole, Sheriff *t rvi'iii' notices t I on? county I I 10'-1.1 Lv Silver 5ring.". Ar 3.6> p. ..
. 3 t TAItKI i II rut> lO..Oa Lvocala ... ..Ar .52p aifia
tlustitute attention' understanil con.iniloners. . . . . 710) lol(L iltila t i Wildwond. .
nef' though in sonic instances this is not the I p Ar 4 55 p 4.M a
E4 met at 11 o'clock a. in. Lecture Sheriff f ir irn:ii'lm:* com t lio'i- (j WC. S 4.1.1 i p M.:?' a Lv 1'a. aaoffkee.... r 5.4(5( p 10.05 a
on advantages in teaching history by 110wmembrane case. As you see by the reports, the L. IV. U. .1 P. in ca-eof; State vs to merit a> ;3.4(1 |. > :ill a Lv Siiniter\llle... Ar 5.i6 p 10.20 a npiStO

S bfclittt Ki* In. fact"almost caterpillar has made its appearance, and Andrew( Crosby! . . . 1.91 tn'de, by aii( ji 7 3'a Lv ht. Catherine.'Ar.B.: p 10.57
Mrs. H. K. Ingram. Intermission forIr" 2.l'Ii, 7.1"a Lv Oxi>nsboro .Ar 7WplW7p(
'- every part of Ugjfuman lx>dy.: unless we have favorable weather duiing 0. L. IVck. ..1.1J.. in case of ;State vs j -* at tin* l.ro: m p 7 I"1 a Lv Imde Citv -..Ar 725p U25p

; diuii'-r. By thiWei s ajide to understand that O. \V. IVorce 9.7;$ i plea-urc in 91.i pH f*. t IT. .1 Lv Lees>burjJ ArS.'JOp 5.3Ba
Lecture the remainder of the season the chances I xxill ill : p7.J7 H 11.1 Tavares : ...Ar545p 6.15a
Met at 2:30: p. m. ou organizattun C' L. Peck, J. T' in case of State x'sLaxxiance so rp-
the drunken man is but temporally : p T.i: a Lv Apopka ..Ar ?.: 7.45
crazy: it will work serious i7p a
are damage although hue found
classification, and management by : McKinne-v. . . 6.09! : : 7 li> |, b.ru a Lv I )rtandn..r' 7 ip 8.15 a
t 5d S S Prof. 11. N. Felkel. Lecture and that he is an object of pity instead of it has done no particular harm up (to the C. L. Pick. .1. 1'. in case of State xs 'r5icm: ;' ( anti pa ThuHi h Sleeiling Cars on .../a. 9 and 4. mtucfii am
4 on primary ,
.
abuse. I). L. Phillips 32.- I ( ) .Ibksnn vOile and Orlando,without Change
ci numbers by Prof. Erxviu.. Lecture on present thnv. at .' i f 1I e.lnllarii lierth. Nos. 7 and 8 daily Noa. Sand goc
All .xv me to further state that this is a C. I.. I't ck. .1. P. in case of Stale \'s ami I l-at I iinil>.ex.-epl Sunday. .
Some of the claim serious damage
primary reading by Mrs. II. K. Ingram. reports \V. A. Crosby . . . y & *;o. 1
progressive and that is far F EItNAN iii:;&ANt)JACKSONISLLE
our
age county NRANCH
Lecture on penmanship by Prof. II. N. 1 by> rust and shedding, but these le- \\Vitkovki for pauper funeril

.. Felkel. Adjourned till Tueday.tt in the back ground so far as education is ports do not cover a very large territory.Of expenses. . . . . 7.00M. SALE. (Daily.) S cat5Read

concerned. I now call on the teachers, course it is difficult for us to foretell U. Bcash-y county comniis . ISMO I uII. Read down. Th,
.
22. 1S37..I Noll I N.> -.
: So
:_. TUESDAY AUGUST S C. Noli
S. Aii'ln-ws 800M. I
J. RF.NUF.RKI
-. patrons and trustees of Bradford > 5. II H 'JO A Jackson vifle ..
County what the next six weeks will bring forth. p a r Lv5.OO p 8.20 a
S Institute met 9 a. in. Devotional services V.' Smith . 800Win. FIII > ; ; : I I Jiul e ..f tht- 4. iO p ;00 a A r Fi-rnandina. Ar G-0 10.10 fee
to join in with me and one year hence, The condition of the and 29th day of p ae'OXNEUTIONS.
general planting '
1 conducted by Rev. G. P. Young. (Clyalt lepairiujiOJiistcebriiljre 0Thos I ,elsuir, of ii S
.. show to the representatives of Major cultivation and fruiting is good we are ((.rixlxvin.et. al. lumhur forsout IVjirt of At Cullah.inith bavanuah. Florida and
11 l Lecture by Her. D. L. llranning. of A x\-ett-m Hai'io.id:' for
llussell that we ai e awake, and at ork. sorry to learn that many of our friends hole bridge . . . 45t.D. :: : ,- Hlenrv lantahark "ton XVashi Savannah.Ktou. Baltimore.Macon,New At dOt
H Waldo Alachua county, errors in the use C. CrosV.v and
,
I" McDonald: miking inilf ts l So(i York, liifinnati. St.
i
every man and woman with his shoulder and customers have ceased planting cot p :N- : : Io I ts. the C'liler Louis. Chicago, and alt
:
word lesions Prof. pointv..t st r.nil Northxvest.At .
1z 9 of Language by Temple Tillis i guir.lin( !g court house 21 1 (00 ., will, on
1;. I Erwin. Intermission for dinner. to the wheel pulling and pushing in the ton by reason of the low prices yetve 15. 1 laxnes collector of icvfime 4.9'J!)!> : l lw> 7. tf'e same Steanit-i: Sil\er; Springs, with Ocklawaha -River

I ItIt r great and glorious cause of education.We satisfied that unless the The xvair.mts issued 1 I L front (.( the So5.
Met 2:30: p. m. Elocution by Mr.Fel kel are crop meets folxving ill open 1= ( said At tIt.; Citr with Florida Southi-rn Raltrf>ajl_
have no time to waste if session : j jL t In1 fur 1)r's.kslflt.Itartow) ami Tampa.At .
you are with some serious disaster the yield will anJ liest
Difficulties in teaching fractions by Prof. Orlaru>. with South Florida Railroad for
WitKox-j-ki funeral ,
patrons to tha school house the p-iup'-r: expnses E -taint Sanf.iril, LorkeUna
I go see be from to 12,000 bales. ami Tampa. Un
; I Erwiu. Adjourned till Wednesday. 10,000 . . . . . . 701 I I I I t to wif 'he At t'.tar Key. Wit It steamer Governor SslTord.

1. 1' .. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24, 18b7. teacher, inspire him with new hopes, teach A SCKVEY OF THK FIKLD.We 1 B I II:ivnes collet tor '.f r-x-cnue. t 17 'M -v--- i : ; j i : 1 1 t | : I tw of i.U-om 5l 't ion> M, ni.iya! <1 ri.iir-ii.iy, for Mdii.itrea d Tampa.

J: your children at home, and recommend M U l'ea-1'V; county coiumls. . M 20J ) of luforc-iiiK CLYLIi NEW YORKANI FLORIDA STEAMSHIP
Met at 9 a. ra. Devotional services feel compelled to call the attention S toe
your teacher, instead of trying to find out S Amiiexx's county commix . yioM LINE. .

t r couducttxl by Rev. D. L. Branning.Leclurejon something that he has done a little of the planter: xtid merchant to the fact V Si'i'.ih c<.unty coimnis. . .. {J ('0W T by wiii.Li*. Suite! from, Pel iiiuidine Sundays and Frfday'p; e
wrong
54 'j figures of speccL by Prof. that ii: all the Sea Itl.ind c't''u-growing I in'iHieihiM I si,.,i ill's iosi . .-, SOW ; : : : ; 3astjr.! 'roni J.ii'ks4 u\ilI,T Fnd.iy. for Charleston and
h that you may have something to say I'mlithillKIill's lii>trs: il: New York. S
!
Erwin. districts South Carolina, Georgia: and II cost . .s fjo)
against him. No human is perfect. A I IV l.ppci-on: -heiill"-cost . (0 j (,to|) Te-i ; ; : SK > ISLAND ROUTE.

IS S Licture on 8ph2iic.il projections by Prtf teacher is as liable to make a Hub mistake Florida, for the past two years especially, II W Eppe-ison sbeiiil's cost. . ."0 20) S Steamer Kx press leaving Jacksonville 5'Op,

: I Felkel. Intermission for dinner. in his line of duty as you are in yours. there has not teen, proper attention or care C L Peck .1 tstit' of I', ;ice . .. t>:; M : : L t-lecai in Wedin'sdax t tti'uucr and St.Saturday Nieliolaus. conneet Inside Route with the

: j Topical outline for history lesson by If are a teacher, visit taken in selecting seed for planting, ami Win Clx.itt rt-paiiJn: Olu-ice brinie 2 :>') l
Prof. Erwine. you your patrons the consequences that the quality of I D F Mc'Don-,1.1 ir.nkintr: mile posts' 1 rn ( vainers f,.r LLI': :,lt..r-, 1'hilailelphia New York
: talk school, beg them to come out to the Temple Tillis au.r.lius: c.mit housy d MI) ) CIRCUIT id U"1-1; ;: XX'ALTKK ft. tJ")LEMAN.an .
S Drawing a globe by Prof. Felkel. cotton is deteriorating fast. The i ) COUNTY K. H. r.\I VTrnftie (Sen. Trav.
school house and see what you are doing. very II F Yoik ihei k :u'.ot! :tmdiln, . :;7 01 IXJ )Irtr.r. Agent. _

- S How to secure co-operation of patrons Don't lie down and sleep at noon. Be up percentage of waste is becoming so great II F York Looks nr, u'.lice. . . .'>, \ ) J A. O. MAcDONF.LL, S

by Prof. Eriu.I that the manufactuiers are :'hn.ling a great Tl'CM (J.lskills p-Ulpei . . . ]12 50| | ltnt.rl I'as'ciiger a5lI Ticket Apeut.Commarcial .
and doing something study the best No () ; lMvor--e. I P.K. MAXXXM!.I.iein I.
Lecture on spelling Prof. Felkel. deal of fault. even more than for years. r.mihne: .M.ilp.iuis pmpcr . 2 .V) I : ) ( r.ii uiitjit, ndnnt.
methods of teaching, be about it. No one Ki//.5u llenten p'upor: . . 2.7)) .iik : !) .

,c Prof, Felkel) stated that the instructions will respect a lazy teacher. Teach your They: claim that cotton bought last season \\..I.nVtrd . . . . . .1 onH ) S I i I l : : : s-T.\CHr

.;. pertajuing to the Institute proper were students to and be contained fully ten per cent more waste tr> Jackson' pauper: . . 200 J i I: I i ] <.."iiiiikin'i.i]-r!
respect you, never t in Mud :
... .- .. over, but that he would lecture 'n the than any pievimis _>i! ir. We would again Work of the ;M and 3d nfAugust.. I in It-'-sl.e
Caught joking with a student. Don't be. .
I ) ,
The IJ.nrd l.y ll.e
Institute orgini/e-'l: :is ;. flu 1:11: ii of S 1st
the of
call aud
4d building eyentn on the theiattention I.buiters merchants l l .
afraid you will work too hard, rest at ..ipializitioti: ; to e-iu.il th- l:i\es of Brad-; l lU-jMtiviis
$ Physiological effects of-Alcohol. to the fact that unless we produce a better .J.I) r S I I : : | l \Iv t.tr, und
: night und work during the day. You ford! Diiiity; for I the year IbVT. [ iletTee! .

.. The following resolutions were then have a future before you are expected grade of cotton in Hie" future, we will Tlu'foil-ixvln'jr i as-essments xvas madu i uil't Si-'il; fif

introduced hy Rev. !). L. Branding, and place ourselves even more than ever InCOMPETITION' for the yeir l7. i | All/list A. O..
S leader iu the (
was adopted. to be a community, then "COTTON8.imprtedas Coutitx tax proper . . . 3 nf.lK: J 1 I K. Clerk

-, Resolved. lead properly. WI1U toHLlGX Comity bonds . . ... . 1 .. I :

S That we as teachers, of K. T. DOWUNG, substitutes-Egyptain, Bra- County hciiool . . . 31 I S 11 T !

Bradford and other.counties' tender our uperut lendaut. silian, lahitian and Fiji Islands cotton. The Rouiils ef Equalization then ad- H : College

; thanks to the corps of instructors jniirucd as such and organized Bo.inl Tho host
whO For the few as a j Cheapest& Lest Business College in the World.Jflht
.5 past joirs these. cotton? have .trt.'tiv
of
have so *hly, practically instructed County Coainis-ione-rs; xvln-n the fol- <,av tv. Ifonor an4 CcM Medal ever all atkw Con tM.M
1' us. been Coming to niaikit with- better 'pre- lo\s"iuig! buijuasv1t ; transacted Follov. eif't- < ; : Xt orld'n Kii>nlt! >B. rnr S ,wtr of *.to.ktng .n4
: ; issrm .
and tru t to meet them : f.ve'.l )'.i'U'.S .t'.l 'IO 1
: iu ,,
ag-un the inT I ,
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same The UehtVay Adtcrttoe. t .s : :
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leg ae-co'iiiLs: ordeied Fo.irtl.
paration, finer staple, aad even length of paid : ) Jtii. i. irr.ercpl T.l. C-.i{ ofE'.U Rtth.c.*
f J, '.'. : : *
Lr ret tiou We ir-i 'U'JO r'aLu' mjIto&.d,
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Florida ; .b..LG4. S.
acknowledge great benefit il V hniith foiinty con.niis . 4; O1! i on tue I. _
V1r, tfr-t'u it
fiber. ; TU Tt.0..ri nhr. o".t.il.
S (From the Los Angeles, Cat., Tribune) ;. m f.twr .,,f . .
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S.1 fiom the M U I ; .f* e.u-w t
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source and will endeavor Beask-y ( .uitV! commi*. . 4 to
XVvnu. .. ..
As regards and -". 1 : X )>) s f Jp rfi XX hwiilt. rooo -. ,,. .
t4 enlUt id. our teachers in future sessions The best to advertise Georgia Floiidj. it is a O W McKiiiney ci "untycfimmi . 104)) i : | I levic.tf.n.u, i ;:;' ,. i.rSb.i.. -.ijp.. .,,. ,
way aiiy ( oun .
t :" try will-known fact the .N.M; Islands cotton Witkoki 00111113 co.nmis . 21 ::5 I hvi: ; : 1 d-orVn
of the Institute. i ;
IS. is through the new : < 'ettb-r( ltI WHY JVtO
Pamphlet
paptis. The t-lMtfil TI
planted in these States will gr.i.liuHy uoteiioiate folIoving xraintat-: crc then issued ; ; estate .. -oooA.rrEt.JO
.. S. .: Kc-&olved. That we tender our thanks gotten up with labored ciiptions mid when the Ix.-t is in open Session : bought : : : : : ;; the 15th thy n

5d to Prgf. Young- for, the use ot Orange glowing imagery do not wtigh as i' twit care taken in.i :M V Smith county comsnis: . 4 "0 Dij _- I t : i ( : l 1 tr.Iloni '- rrs '
.5 :: i selecting the seed from piaating. So that \, Witkox ki cou.mls ; nut! and !.; itt Iil.I DUNSMORE'SBnsinessIncorporate.
;
coui.ty [
; College io which the Institute has been with the general; public as Jtlu articles and . 21 ) : Ieiitg tl .!by the Li sisistureofV&
.: held; knd-fot his pains-takingiuferest that from I i in a fett years the cotton' becomes almost \l I Ii t Bwilev county t-omr.i- . I//; }14'' ,! ;.my : I '! I : j ?Utn --.. ., nd lflIbT5.fft ly i.ft.tIng bust.nr .
S for figures appear tlam to tine in woitl-.K-sS. New seed sl..mld therefore J \in'.iexxfcc-ini:>tycoiiiisis: 40.) i. ;>nee t | ) of Horif, men an,! 5tae'.iflI.1,,. millS -
; .lI j our'coiufort. the daily journal. noioapoitt.il Th.-re i"fun lion is : : and all vljual tnutruction t-en timti by Theory anit;
., from the Islands at leu'-t being IL IK r I uiir ,, tl.e I : cost Practic what other t..h by theory oisy. Cat&to
The: following resolution.tfas-then* introdnccd- every board Jicijoiirned until I i iia next recrular ''clm>e. Title Sr l containing full luronuatlon and tmtlmonlalB f
I1'E1csUN '** .
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S two or thice 5.0. DCSimORE.M.A.Jrenldcnt.
years meeting in September. Sept.; CountV. Sant1. S

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t .. The I .- .-- .;-__ 1LU&
"T-ELEoirAMiV
JNEWS. of the city I Chief Col oroxv. ,

played the McClehney club at the '" ? i 2 \
,. : v \
.. ..' ';tfi .. '4.' later place on Thursday; which j : & _V'iTK-OY'3(1. ] ;
; .
r
I "It suWribers resulted in ... .
4t.5OD: new at
: a grand farce, our boys .1.1I

; .-.::.t came home jI .
.- '.. thoroughly disgusted. I : .

10- f'j f'jLobk at-tbe-new- clothing)- at. T.. Our clerk has "LA D [ -
county been kept I I Goods St.Of,6 f

4 1V. 1weatd. .jf't"cl '., '. busy this week, up to Thursday : Palate Pry : ;

See advt of our fruit tree gent morning there were 13 de.nls, and 3 .

George A. G\r 1itlrr. mbrtages recorded in his} office, which ,' t"i '. .- :F'IiA -
.c' .. j J. .. t.I
: ,-. it sick i is pretty good for 4 days work. .
JII'6..H. Epperson quite --- -- I -=Ks- -1otk -,- .

at )Ijer parents residence.The The Red Men's hall has been fitted :


School Board will meet at up nicely fur a court house, it makesas in HH If || -Svvv

good a one as the county has ever f an'cg f
the court house en Monday.j I\t'I.1 .
j ." .-* had and fully as large, there will be .>..v *
<01 ld for sale at this -
newspapers! no of
noccesity building a court While Izaieas Mllcin e#;
,
at 25c hundred. G.'OdS. .
office pet house for several I )'cal'i. 1.

Full line of dress goods just received -
School in both houses commences his GENT'S AND #0 YS' TtATSrSOUft A P111. AND
Sweat's.A
W.
T.
at I Monday let there be SHO
Iff a .good attendance It is becoming more and more evident '

complete' stock of fresh grocers on the first day, we have !that.the present war with the White River FINE CLOTHING.. .

j just received. T. W. Sweat's twoexcellent; scho'ols and ought to Utes is White Miu'sVar; that the Indians I 'w :. .

There i 1s. serious trouble anticipated bring up the growing: population in are not forcing the fighting. nor are -

an enlightened they desirous of continuing the war, but
in I Cuba and rumors of war.The manner. it is also evident taut if they arc harassedas J"r e \ .

City Council will meet en We-commence this week to givea they have been the affair may assume of This RnELl ::, ,. _

Council sketch of the life of,some prominent the most direful proportion The factsof More r ,-.". ,
at rooms.
next Tuesday ?rac .
person, and in each issue will the case appear in this wise-In the kinds -

Who will be the first to make n continue the spring of 18S7 a band: of lawless drunken with
same, the subject this :
WorKer
hotel.Jacksonville cow shot of Chief Colorow's Smith Iron '
toward a 200 room boys one Sold Tin
nve Week is the famous chief Colorow her Es
bucks without any active protest on his nr.Sheet "

parties arc trying to who is wagirfg war in the west, part and subsequently his sister was shot. April to iFlaIAVING '.

04 reat; a large hotel in the city. these sketches alone are worth the Even this did not aroinc any efforts at -

price of the retaliation. Seeing that the wily old E LOCATED I. rkt. building formerly occupie by <
Sheriff Epperson carried a prison !: paper. &, E.! I respectfully soict work in my line from tie citizens of -

Paidsold. to Lake Butler on Tuesday for Mr. J. A\. Hicks the city barber, Ute was not to be entrapped into warfarea rounding county. .All )jvoflt \'I.rr.ntelt Charges mOlIemt. liooflng. Clutters and
er charge of horse stealing was trumpedup I Leaders a
specialty.
I !
or.gbt.. .h'Aling. is now located in his new hop! he by Sheriff Kendall and he forthwith I' ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. _

> l l1OLk Miss Ella Rivers returned- home has a complete new outfit, from a attempted to arrest two of Co'orow'sLucks. I : -nlJOr-- '-

Frill after chair down razors and brushes. lie but these were not to be found. l TIE MEN'S-
last a
from Anthony on ) is pI epar d to do work better than i The result was that the sheriff rabcd a and Will : DOXGOLA KID A. L Von KIRN Fine. <'aH.
visit. : llptr.
1887.1 week's larger pos.se in order to compel Colorow .-
ever before, his shop will l lie at. vided .
"I Our new batik is a bonified suc- open to give up the men. but when the sheriff'smen and( a SHOES $:.5l). agroo' l I' it-I\ S we-. ..
or. all times. See his new advt in this .
learned: the true state of affairs many H.\ ) .. .
Ciss and will be iu opperation in avery !: issue. of them )left him. In the moantimo Colorow $4.OO ; Ladies wno n.ive:, been BOOT AND HOE STORE, Shoes ma*
few weeks. each : $4 and $; order.$5.0.wearing .
I KINUKLEY NOTES.On gathered up his tribe, sent runners out in NO .

,sing, Mr. J. C.: Wills Jr has started a.. Saturday night, last, a curious 1 all directions and it is not improbable time : : Shoes, and 11.irirg', AlbO Complete Line of mne. -

indg; fiik bat craze, and ere long the town phenomenon was visible from this locality. that a general uprising will result. men) t.: Economy, Style and! STARKE. .. 'e'. '. ". -.

paint 'ill be full of them. Colorow is the chief who paiticipatcd: in Comfort,, shouh try a '.Vomep, Misses', iio/s andpair
v of Ib'O and no attempt 1
the Meeker massacre .
The
I bright Sun was extinguished and corps I of this Celebrat .

()n son or Bring your job work to this the Stars did wander through the eterl1.\1 is made to make him out a saint. ed to : line of 8hc: s. Ladie- ('hmildkifStibs, come %flJ< ..

. partNo. (,!;ice, and it wilj be neatly and space rayless and pathless, A low Trim- lie heads an insignincent b.uid of twentyto at a French Kid hot' FLORIDA. i*
bleing noise heard that decrepit old bucks and he .
was caused to twenty-five ;; .
I .
$ them ".
\ four decrees, '*"'& .-_ _ quicken ana the heart to beat more himself is far past the prime of life, is teed. : : ( .1C. -_ ______ t-. -

grccs. Fourteen nplt[ is putting .n rapidly, every eyo was on the alert, and stout and almost incapable of effective : A M.L'Enge.! : W.A. a: .. .

arc reported thismoictf paint on his all were ready to leave at an instance action. The Indians form very insignificant .. -

warning. The Trimbleing became louder part of the population of the Stateof atc S nllof l i I .. -'
} : :"
A l,200-clerk and louder the Stars ceased to wan- Colorado, (which as it will be remembered i < ,

.War J1 Card ell have der and for an i instant stood still in their of New An HENRY .
craVs office, is as large as the States A. L-EHGLE. Manager. W. N. BAKER Cash .

I dismissed under pc<] roof on Mr. path, then with louder Trimbleings and York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey und .. '..
a shock that shook the buildings to their | .TAOiOL. i1.iA .
mate a their methods .. .
but
order to Delaware combined.) .
In o]t .
foundations a Star was semi to fall, and 0 ; .
ot-officc of warfare make them formidable antago- '_ .
. hired a b. J" < 'J'.
for a moment was lost from sight, wild
,). t points a circuW' ; ft on Thursdayfor commotion for nists. Their reservation is situated about { { L 0 A GF aR\r. BANKING fcl'SISESrt.: Dlli'OllN: TIXT.IVED.: COLLECTION*. .:. ..
tant a moment, reigned su- '. .
e a months four hundred miles from the city of MADE AT USUAL ]KATES 01EXILE.. -
. government emplOY preme, then the Trirni'leing ceased, all '.-
---- -- -- -- ----
- -
. consider1Xnquiries Denver by the nearest available route and -r...... .
ing it for a held their breath and with anxious looks .

I he fixed 1 ; stood waiting for the end, be it an earthquake about two hundred and fifty miles in aLee and ) on- -

/ indicajj last week has a hurricane or the bugles e 11 to line. Tnc action of the desperadoesis : : WORTHINGTON ,
SP.RINGS
_'l.erI&; : "wcca '1'J' windy, but be deprecated in that it the -: ,
ro v-j, ."wsjjnuch arms, the waiting was not loug, the very the more to : i .
.
.
Iod. more cOf lrtaLle. elements themselves prepared to lice, conveys the' impression to the general ment. ,, .

down when to n light serene, as from some public that tin In.lri.ins are still a gieat the : I .

L 30tp. Richard' and Pace have received a bright peculiar SUr was seen and from factor in the affairs of ColonidV ylu-reas Mi s : This popular W:)cring plac.e, with a ne\rand commodio'tls! IIOTEI, i. .

I\ 405p 6 np carload of rick, and arc preparing its gentle rays new radionee fell as if to an Indian i almost as s-cice:t as a buffalo' and \ ; the beautiful vallej of the Santa Fe. twenty-five miles south.df Starke,' is -

.L 7 30p to'build another warehouse. calm :c qual'Sng World, or stop a souls and of the latter species of animals: there week, now open for the m-qition of visitors. TO the overworked.or ..otherwiseoxhausted .

I) 10 t48pI 35 --- ------ wild flight.'Twa'lo'cr. are scarcely a dozen in the entire State cxtr.i. and debilitated its'j-uliihurus water will l be found not only"DELUHITFUL -

111 50 p p Mr. 'F.V.. Sweat and' W. H. the elemental wrath was and thew few are seldom sien.VT : sind EX HI LA, HATING, BUT STRENGTHENING- .

I I II II S 1 30a B3a llivere each have a new stock of as hushed, the Tilmbleing passed; away, ---------- ; and-iSVIGOUATING, promoting digestion and giving tone .to the .

p 405 a nice goods as ever came t
p I\I 11..OO Maai'.p$ look, and shine both nigl l\t\ and i\ny.\ line of Diess Goods, Gingham: : and all use of over a fine mfduhitin"*. country of hill and hammock, romantic and inter

p a 7.10p.! Travel is commencing in good The frame M r. Sas>ee's new house domestic goods kept in a #r.cnil stock. for : I ? I esting.The thlciIl abound with tHe very best the. country affords and -
t.5jw(
.i "- tamest again: AVC ste l. great manv has been raised and begins to take shape sale at rennrkabltt' ; low prices for cash or to no pains will beNBpaiX'd to make our gueSts comfortable. Charges for boar4 .

p a 7.O&.58 p strange faces'on the.streetseveryday and form Country produce. 1w. ij&r't$ will be $2 .
2.35 p Winsor Cottage is being painted inside 13. .
: d )t When used.wporlillgto directions, .1. R. GR41. .Proprietor.
. and in order for its 1 _
utTisirttiiOveek.a full re- put perfect owner, Caro is warranted, tolIi ,"i .'

a 8.0<>p cotton which who is expected here in about month Ayer'.s Ague Fever ami Ague, ) From five pcsonaIbtrtion1; have uniformly found patienti
a 4.00 P portof the : prospects, : MivJosiah :Starling in the happy fatherof cate, l from the system, For ; years .
itelest.: all Intermittent Remittent, und BillionsFoveis laboring under-despeysia orafTt 3ne6ftent of the digestive organs much .
of of vast i to our : -
'ew Or- will be a bouncing baby girl and all) are doing
*
it. &t and have noted
Try benefited tlii ; water
and all malarial diseases.. Jun' 2r by use no\le7fe5[ 5n Spring ,
to >. readers.T. well.Our -. ---.-- - improvemyr 'ftSftJSJSJ'SJjr.*.wSriB.tfi.Va and neuralgic troubles from
vt.Aiiccntry. -
Posterity
young friend, Mr. Joseph Conwayhas ; & t oJp.o CiIehftIIt. A. M. POWELL-M. 1. .
Sweal\has received the is admitted its us. : 'heIaythat :
W. just raised fine of this questioned it .
a crop corn season It is i uo longor I .
CitTare .
; Provitlt.ft f New or' 'Ju) 16/'S'- tf.
". Ocala, largest and best line of trunks, I some four hundred bushels we believe, tha the hlood of man is improving. for I : .e beln bo t for.
rMa.Id and it folks are better formed !, I ".'l I and ConfTW Sh4.. Ask your retailer lot
saddles etc. ever in is now delivering to ourcity The children to-day have : 'Vho 1\ e uistO *
down bridles, valise?, ; '' lEANS $4 SHOE or Ute JAJkCU- I
7. 1'0 i for the cash, Joe knows where to put have better muscle and richer minds ayeir 1 : : I lIley speD ALL 8HOE.aeeordlDlJto10arueeda. I'oalitv/! '
a. of nakM oar on UM MM..
the es on&DOIM sump ppeus plainly
city. I of this muM :
I lOa7p tho cash too, that new house means business than our ancestors. The cause could be. '
We I I
.-5 ipa900p The City Band.has: been re-organ- and don't you forget it. Besides fact is due immure to tho general use of 1: I ) Vere ic JAMES MEANS t

will Kweet\ music to that, Joe has not given up going to Dr. llarter's Iron Tonic than auy other I. ; !; : full .-
(JPIO.03pp ized, and play S4 SHOE -
11.24 p school yet.Money soil ree. I) ; : -
-
I) 11.4p' our cars forome. time to is a good thing, but it may of the stomach, liver, and :My :: ( r' i.m -- Wm not wear 10 long u the -
I' .45 a Disorders to
: : '
;
awav; :
2.KOp come. take wings and leave us poor Indeed, the JAMESMEANS
p restoring .
cured -
kidneys, can bo by ; : .. I I
I': M5a but good education is fortune, that -
.j p 2.02 a ; Miss ogleslyui.iieac11er in the a a blood to :i healthy condition, through ;\ ( ; ( 1 S3 SHOE '.
; p. .. can not leave us and cannot: be taken vital izatiug ami cleansing action of I : i I: ] I r : : --.
tho
p; 3.16 a Stark Institute 1m .received a new away. Joe is after it, and you can depend IL is tlie safest, that \ ( I I : ; k Bcrnns?U i i En..ie f rn.awin.occupstlon? art lot h MIra .. .
p' dMa Ayer's Sarsaparilla.! ( thc.-n tn i-j'.l: f r a !j.tit.-tnii.I more drc'v ibn than 4I
I'i 10.05 a upright piano fur-"The use of her upon it, that ho will not fail. I and most highly eOIl, "n- most : ;7i: the .JII; 7 JKA>S !3 8IIOK. Our >-t 9ho kMnbllil.pi1 .
, p 1O.20a St'arkc most powerful, (}: ; : : ; S I T.r n->Uf a I'.-rnllnent rrpatation for comfort .
II[ J0.57 '. Mr.( II. P. Trimble, of : has availablo to tho public. Ii .I .AmI dur.ib'l'ty' : jKulini ni>,;her>hoe has ever known In tbbntory ,
pupils. trated alterative Irm. 1 I J m I m .'
JI 11.5 few .
I|> PI been insticating with us for a days. .
12.25 ---- -- I : I : U. The ,T.inn- Alcniif S4 Shoe i* Hi tit and itjllih ,
I'p :.;p a Mr. J. ). Johns is titting up his Tel. r. Scope. I.atllcH will ; I : I 'It li' : 4I-,l' mill fir'urpd.it H a*i V'"!r:,..init''- r<,>rry nsfjr>.!I.c*"
'p 6.1a! letorecor of Call ami Thompson Sts. IKKVIKW DOTLKTS Will find relief from their Coslivenrss, and J. ( : I \, f-wct I'T, ,Tin: "" ?!"an L
p '.45 a Colic Sour !- 1..11'1.\. ..: v..-' !.n-" huhrrto. N-en uUaoS atC
II ..I5atI land stock of has been Swimming i in i the Head ( I J \ j $ r S.. 1: t>.'i I.oMiT.:<amif*mle. calf ramp. .
will probablyput in a Mrs. S. H.
Cummings .
, very .
I tronbk-s, in'iJc. It fit Ilk* a
4. b. Stomach, I Headache) Kidney _: ; l: -l It I j a i-rifiiy! >i.iivt. !.t l-oiicm "
It: Chang sick but at this writing is considerablyituproveti. M. II.. rrnrlxirz.' t'al"i, no "bmiklnt In, being
Liver ,
, Sos. 8 j goods. .. etc., bv takinc: a dose of Simmons 1- I.'rfo"'j' ...VIC r.I n..e It ii'n...
.
--- ( II JIIM-S .'! .!-i, ai-1 V..'s 5.1.41, wi-ro the t.nt in this
Ht' u1atorant.tillncrorsupper: so as OT (, r.nt'iTv t.' Ifit riv.I:: mhrr-lwil. If yon have bee*
'RACUdown. There has beei'a' regular hog Mr SheferJek comes in with the next a day. Mothers ( ii <,"('lo..h''I'1! "'.,.' a'lvi: rti'nt >h,c,. jour experience)
week. to 1110the bowels om-e -. o-ixlr ,"> 1j: ,It :wii t'trt I' I I' ..f'T to buy .!i" i rnadebt.
catching timejuthe city this largest potato weighing i pounds grownin will have better health; and the babies A -S .- .:-ai'.rn! .f a -'-s-m. r.iIir. than thoiw made by Uu
: rlko"r. 1tir< -''M* ar KulLA by the Mit rttallu*
'el The no hog ordinance went into cf- less than 3 months on green soil and will moro robust by u-in. the with ttii.t'tt, tho I'n.ti-.I St.iti-q. ant w* will place thin -'
''i.; Soli. grow in futa or Territory 1011 ..
;
The""Ior.n J tti Irttf r-<- rrir T e ntt Uiktux .boutc OIIII> r : in AIr rparh. any
I i IO a feet on the second. without fertilizer..Mis. Regulator. Hall I infant shows signs ot ( X. a ... of.riou ;::1...... '1 hPV Inn.. .mply,. ,q.p.n.Id.. will t-L.t;;a.n't card. j .
) p 1U.1O&ri4a -----. John Howe spent a few days in Colic, uothiiiiililx I I a fcw drops i in water work t&'rie.r.'heJ.on.to ducus. fho m I.'i.I.oi.I.rit of th.! Th b..,t Irttrr-In thworld. J A"J"JE M i ANS & CO. t
.
The first Commissioner* bus the red Z Ihn do""T U'Piiif! 0..1 "y. V I t. JnroJMnuis :
County ,
and Tho
week. relief. h
town last: for $4 Khoo I?b"tu r. C asliitlu.f tUo t.cil>vf cu>
41 Lincoln St. Boston Mass.
Ate. bulk nbu ,
con tt.ro
. New Court at the new county seat will borne chairs of home make very MI!>- Oil rl'llIt Wrapp-T 1m. ,

and all )e held on Monday, and a great stantial light and smoothly finished have _.-----TEACHERS--( -- ; i to Full. line of the above Shoes for sale by :f ..

ha .RiverRa.ltroad Meal of business will bo transacted. been place. on sale at the store the workmanship -I NOTICE. .
oasy .
his for the 3G ALVAREZ Sturke Fla. .
of -Mr. Allport. and like all I will meet the teachers purposeof \ ,

Woman* Christian TemperanceJnion work is very neatly done. examining: them at the following puts :
. --
road forrSfford meeting Sept 5th at 3-30 1*. Mr. ( 'Lester Northup is haulm: ; the named) places. she -- .
'! Sept. 10th ISbi -- "
' I Iarke-C; (Oiange) College ChuRch 1)IREC'rUY.METIIOI)151' : -
.1 Tampa., at Miss McAfee's, business of importance )luiiilMT lo build a boat and bath: hou-sc on Lake; H.itlcr. Acudemv 1.Hh" "I. : AW .
, STEAMriday his lake front that will b> ornanu-nt; to the l'rovidl'nc'ccll1cmj'- ITth any -'' GJIUH(;:r.
: al.l members requested to I instructed by the board: to givethese : I )\." Service1 Sund at It:1. in. and .
lake and a credit to the builder as will as am : every y '
present.s examination: (ItVs.; at which time l .. I it 8 p. !. IIufhi'MH niM'.lii1' Tij-*' I iv t' 4&i :
>: a splendid improvement to his place. nothing will be charged for examination I Sp. in. Prayor nic-etjng T urs:lay at 8 If HE' -
.
tlton and lIen erson, of Starke, has pro. of dollar w:1l: be : m. '. I .. ,
Tpon examination. of the County Prof. after this the sum one p. c. niUJ -
):< l'aor. .. I .oi : :
(
the examina- w.s1hTIARpsc ,
commencing I
; 5x8 of the Lakeview store before .
duced photo requin-d .
Records, we find .them all Indexed a R. T. Dowling Supt. Sin 1 iv S "!lm'. .1--! i :T\. in. I tON" '
lie 5fOps'itIt Mr. Britain's residence that will tioi. Rcspt. ; '- .ntURK I 1 '. i .
and
J. CII I AS. UltMI( VUI). S i: : : ( .
!: the fop properly kept, as far as we are with any of them in clear: ne>s, at : ks Y AUTI SiV 1"t'I, trer.'B.Pl'i '(-Qa
oute compete : .
b1e 5 to the i AGENT ..:
ing with judge reports to contrarywithstanding. FRUIT TREE .
.
finish. etc. M. : (
llt"1
I 0(1.
"PW York : ::: 1.HU't'.r.;
':IAN.Ag ; : Why don't some nf our l'nterpn.ingp.cp1c' I am prepared to Ii I II 1 all or lovs frh1et1 \ .
,ut. i Services Itt 11 a. in utl.l 1 a* P p. m. i I ( .
[Prof.l; M.:A. Clark; principal, and cet up a regatta: : of sonic kinl: on I pear, al1 ,FLL our beautiful lake it would 1 be sure to be i I lowest Issi I'C pric- s. Special bnn -inollcred to 8 p. ni M.TA 7,111 ii>, J.J) *lv-ior. : / aLOOD' .. <
'.geut.RIJ.. '"an J. Clark assistant i and Miss I ""11 nnfia.11"01 jiin-liy- WIn 'Orlfr. : : toof
: [ .
attended. by the KM to III,).). Trees of an\ meetovevy ." v
well .. the
( the at 9 Ii. atiil W.
[uiia Ogfesby mimic teacher, arrivedf.tl Mis. Or. Mary Gon/.aln: nmt be verySI1CC&JUi ,I kilhl.lrit.ty, or size furiii-he-l. I have Enornitig A. C. 1IAMRICK.: Snporint. "ii'tent. i!I OBotYOU A 'e4 ".11..a.Itol. ...
:
'., ; Q city late last wl..k, and I an with her patient! judiinjr from i also oraniretre':, bv tho limit or lXi( Iromj my I : : F. MORGAN=, Secretary. '1 sunstb."LY ad coreol Ti.: )5011a.4 .1ft- .aforee. .!

I the improven.ent i iu Mrs.! Ciimminir-! i imi'diatelv :i to'Iye.nsold: .1, at Inn ton price-. I i ill' 1:1'11" e..t.raDoS .. -
,.y for.business. on :IowlaThe .\. I : after her at rival l.i-t S utuliv.; I vite persons wanting; fruit trees of aIi.\ ; : i fur PRUSUYrK.CIAN: : cii URCU.Scrvi'om .. "1'PIi" tat td4r'l -
fr111" T7
.lohn While'Ie theruetsof the : l Kd.ritUr"m.___ftf..wi_,'{ftiM -rl
:
)lr. aiul Mrs.' anythinir may tpr.iii!-ul\/lt"lt: r t. ,
; shrubs, ros s or -
kin I IIPI,
\ .
S petition for an election on the Mrs. J. M. Martin la-t: S.mdty.Mr. P'ir-hasii led 1 u. i It MA IT i 'j i;, }.i ,. I --i_= 11Mt0th.I- --'lC. '. .
thi.} \ liii to SOC me before : : .. -cio--.
i in .
"or questionis being readily Jas. Finmorc arrived till< wel.l.to of Sunday S'-imol e.cr.nll: I'" : Lqa. "i1ABu..I. :., 1
l'.er.km : : -
S
eOlll1el'ted'ith : 1 O\\.9
work on the hotel, ami linUli .*Ni'\\h. I I'm ru in. .'. PPllV I nt./ ..t6rltl''. C-a-- tt"t..
RIJ.TON RIJ. .led by all voter*, there i is now no I commence imuiediate'y.j 'tns a-'d ( her eelebrated, nursei ies, a".: in : Sup.r5atr jr. I 'riLl'All alL'oIB.w..r J".4 1)lntf'rl.ltiD.It to'M"' ".". ,c.t.,1Ii.", S S .
>ubt u-k t'usI il'e' lilleu with I.i -:- 9:30 ,. rirl..n'-'.. P .
| but what there will be an j! PrcM-olthas: bet'n'l'ry ? I guaranieeall: orders ( : : CaP.D HAR7Eq' LIVfR .i. .

ion I week but is convalescent.Mr. exatIlesof kil"lnluiet..\. win!".', i iI > : the CIUCIsriAN'CIl7'Act : ,n'dT't. j I t *wnaUpatbt.LS.er. ." Jo. CoIilllarj"L.,... S P.-: it
as be called. i W. : maS Doa. .
soon as one can al14 Dr.
the I Il1l11ber 08 P8Oetr .
.' L. H. Thomas is ishaliliri : 11: 2224Pc'; r j-
tjive smtisfietin.so FHEDR M.oeDCa .:
I as I an. determine. to } !: and HARTER KEn _Iu_ j
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KY Cur residence.Mr. I C" T> V. .1" l' .d l, .A'I'I'W. -'' .. --.&
young people had( a very for his new tliu I 0:111 do I bn-ine \\ Ith the sam "' ,
Flo World. Frank Prevalt is hitiilthing a new I' I got v.'T .r<: IP.pf.iehc.s. : ; : '
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;; ; fQt1uU !! 1m I m A stray tabby strolled into the resi- R R R a
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1........ 11 0011 60 $ $ 00 IT 00 It Japanese make cheese from beans Knowledge of our duties i the most dence of Mrs. Captain II. H Drown made a ; Ret.L: -4-- .

i- 8...... .. t 5 a 2 11 800 ::5 0 2 0 PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR and peas. useful part of philosophy. few weeks ago, at once 1
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8......... 'I 0 10 0' 0 2 0 41 0 FEMININE READERS.A Over 300 people in Rome, Mich., had Cleverness is a sort of genius for in arrangements to stay permanently. A -
0 0 180: '
\ ._ 3 12-... .... 10 (15 D :10 5 00S000 the mumps at the same time. strumenb1y. I is the brain of the I the number habit of of sparrows nesting under the eaves of tVBJ twenty TilE WORST'"inuipj.PA Not INS o.ei".l'In fr.mta ;

: ;i1 S s:: ': each Ten subsequent cents a line Insertion.for the first and five cents for Turkish Lady's Drive. An average human pulse at infancy is I' the Methodist Hodk Concern and in the ft.rreit1IngthIenedaayo SUFfrML WITH PAU. *. -

.. Special rate for time advertisements nponapplU The afternnon drive is also an imaginary 140 per minute; at two years, 100; from Judged by profession, there are no j rear of the C., II. and D. offices and oil BOWEL COMPLAIN

a cation at the oMee.j contact with the world, though as sixteen to nineteen, 80; at mannood, 76; sinner and judged by practice there arc the roof Sunderbruch's floral establishment ; FO !
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-. I old age, 60. saints. street which A (7U It will In a few rnnrnmto, when taken accordiurt
:. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. mater of fact the ladies might almost as I no on West Fourth lit. PEP A. direction, cum Crarilp", Hpawnw, Sour Stomach* ...
at home. At 4 o'clock thereabouts Cairo in ,was founded m 973 by Modesty and the dew love the shade. overlooks :Mrs. Drown's backyard. tb'Ir Ipprt J Cf Heartburn. Sick IlewUrhe. Hummer Compffi? jg
or haTe e4'nt U
; ,' One year... ......... ....$1 BO the first of Egypt Saladin I only to be I bread thrown out, Over 5,1 Physllan that It I" the t't preparatun Vixrttur Dysentery Colic Wlad la the BOM? *
$ 1- ;. Six months. 76 .a brougham, drawn caliphs. I .Each shine in the open day Crumbs of were DWFSTYItX. and all etfcef Internal Pains. *?
. ... .. natylt1 that they have ever ", "-
-.t e AU eubecrintlong mntt be paid Invariably In ad by a pair long.taie.a Russian horses, surrounded it With strong walls and mag exhaled in heaven aid the inquisitive sparrows were not We have nhv.r beard Of a rM D-'pepsla where MALARIA IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS CURES *

)-. v vance. No discrimination in favor of anybody. drives up to dOGr'nd; |the ladies, for nificent gates. Advice is like snow; the softer it falls, long in learning the fact Yesterdaypussy DIGEST YLIX was taktii hat iHFAtffUM notf-urmL AND PREVENTED. _'

t .S ..i : Communications upon all matter of Inler- they almost invariably drive two and twoa Six thousand houses were thrown the longer it dwells upon, and the deeperit made up her mind that sparrows FOR CHOLERA ), 'ASF.t. There Is not a medial( agent In thn world tbat *; S ?'.

i i L.. eat solicited from all paru of the county.t loa. great lad accompanied: by a friendor down, 30,000 inhabitants killed, and a sinks into, the mind. were good to cat, and : closc on IT "I.r. Ctnt! .:STii'Tm \o\ITIc,rsT AIclt. \A.1TEI!ItiiStCY.:.'I' will! cure anrl Fever other and f AtcuwanihorH ver aided alt by other UADWAY'R JlnUrioos. **"* Jit.If*:

; A. ----, assisted into which spread still ; the brick pavement watched the chirping IT WILT. : C'fs.sril'ATIO.S.For ? ** : aa It A1)WAI'H
:. ; I slav the (carnage conflagration kindled He whose only claim to the title "gen (I IE.nn .ile 'Il-li w Quick READy **;
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'1 Geuesal 'Dlredoru- _ with as much are as if they were wider destruction, by the terrible earthquake mm": is in his clothes, must necessarilybe 1 fighting fellows as they gobbled up Summer are the, ".-<"-t 11.111 ltnmoli.it.of lnii.l. riirr.ieL dIK""Ufl. ici 15.:.It.. K.:F.not Cmliv l cures the patient seized. with Xalarin. '* -

. 6 UUT D-SAT OFFICERS. made of snow. The more scrupulous in Lisbon in 1753. t careful to what he wears. the bread crumbs. She selected a fat one DHF-TYI.IS: willffett fur an I'lilm' nn.t. ilh .r.! ?rt of hut If people Moose i to the Malarial oolim **
a 1! The 'nk.fnaSTY al At* will every morn In* take JO f 30 dropn of Beady -
ones will it with '
: hold and a spring. all from -
pounced on '
;;' "".1't. : even a parasol between The first auction ever held was in followers not to be liked; the for DH'KSTYI.IS! .". ( In.'I"n.. larlt It-li.-t 'r' watt-r. anal eat. cav 3 cracker, before (ctag '
are
{ 1 : .,' their faces and the coachman Costly I flock all arose a few feet in the air, and your.lrullbt ilollnr out. they rtill prfentattaiks.It .
.: ,' + to prevent Great Britain in when Elishur a ; | not h.ivi-lt .send t." I.
*: ,', Hoi. Samuel I'acco.MonticclH. 1700, ) lest white a. man maketh his train I lll exre'-i Init.inlly rIevee; ant eon cure Cold. Son
the fact that ono 1"Uh' t.) YOU. 1'1'1"1.1.
J' lion. Wilkinson Call, e. contamination from side glances. Most Governor of Fort George, in the East shorter. I| then, as i recognizing /ld nOt p 1111 ,1 ycnlr ,nnev.s0ir floU5e l Ir.lalle. Throat.Irt>-hltH.Plcnrl.iy.! Stiff Neck aU Concm.tlorm .
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*. ." .' eacluonvl Of them, however start with full intentto Indies sold .he I I longer, he makes his wings of their number was attacked, al V. he"lal.. twttit' 1VI'year-.. and Intlamiiiatlons.whether of the Longs,KJdnej -
the had. Iallsll'
P publicly goods H. llI fJ.f.It ,t t t.. e or lmowcl.*. -
foolish
and tho con cats W:
j { f' IErDJSENT.TI\ES' be seen as much as possible and after the bl IdcriIf ,I The wise pro\'l : circled and pounced on the %" -'
I 1 First R. H. M. Davidson, Quincy.i brought home to highest I M.nhfaCturiaimf. ( IHIKU3IATIS: : }! NEURALGIA
life of
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their conduct that employment The -
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themselves by Then the circus ,
settling down began.
. S. Charlps Dougherty, on the satin : I scrtche
1eond desires of .!
' Orange. Iltrlct-lon. I'or cusions, and assuring themselves that the a C'h'fnaman the death fintncmy |f is the .bnly !life worth living. bit, jumped and pawed: ffni1afh.. TiK>th.-Kh<>,Weakne . -1. he and hangs himself upon J I ('host or Limbs by one application.filly .
e COURT I
1. DC1IT : mirror is well dusted, the cigarettes and goes I Reason and kindness are the great pro- I black with the chirping, fighting, picking HAI
i k his door. It is }I r tiollle Sold .
Fifth Jadlclal Cfrcutt-llon. W. B. Woos, neighbor's a, sure cure .id' made cents per by tlrnzzldtm.OR.
) 4 lanta, Ga.,supreme Court Ja 1 tlcc, AtI matches in their places the chocolate kill not only that particular but taotcrs of that harmony and hilarity: nuisances. The noise they ,c-. .-
. d Hon Don A. lardee.lew Orlians. La., creams or nougat fresh from the enemy which generate friendship and affection. aroused a Scotch terrier, which rushedout _
members of his entire will be in
family
'.. l Judge.I If. Call,Jacksonville,U. S. Attorney, North- I I nnd bakery, anti the bouquet sweet I jeopardy of losing their.livcs. I I The aspirations of-the race for further of a dry goods box. and athim barked and AILS .1.1IF RADWAY'S

flew
em Dlptrlt properly arranged,. Plp 'off the and higher development nerve the arm vociferously.
. ; District haktrak and When a Chinaman ,desires n visitor"to : him in the right eye. SAKSAPARILIM DESOLVEHI!
. C} Marlhal.lorther arc ready to front which strikes down the barriers of an !crtchee severely .
) C. on, Tafla- dine with him he does ask him do. I .
Water.eacl8n"II 1. the not to tl arid the
' .: t .' +* ha but when he docs not 'wish him to
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District. htmls and at last lay
' : y' covers the reddest of lips cat struck right and left, YOU
but the right can ever be expedient For cure of all rhronle illieis n. S4-rofuIa, Uliy>|
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the 'Oh
X. 'EnJIN nTUERN DIFTRICT: I rind the chin, and woll-kohlcd eyes keep stay puts question.: Pleasestay I down and rolled over, crushing several 1In I K SyphllltlcCJomplalnt*. Con iimpeloa. Olan>
. ." 5Jack onvlHpfir OIonJ yJin December. a smart look-out for of and dine with me!I" The visitor' since that can never be true expediency with the of her motions, and --1 1r! l t'Js.-ase.j Ulcers.Chronliv Kneuma4Um. ErysAp.
cxchatges! compliments rapidity IJia4iIer anil Llrer Coraplalat Dr*
; will which would sacrifice a cIa-! M'tey.
, ''\ "aU.bluee.1ret Monday In )1 February. by passers-by. The wives of then know he is not wanted.A [ greater tearing the feathers off from a score or Iift t' p.-pla.Affecii" *.of the Lun ndlY Do feel l'cncla lr l arch good to a less. you tile UliHxl.restoring r* li.h an i vl.oivoldliy
fi" .: u. DISTRICT COURT-Northern : tie Pashas do not wear the Turkish new trade for %Women in Albany is ,- more as they flew about her head. At less, and indescfibnt'ly miwrnblc both physically > lrutiriit. ft per Rattle.RADWAY'S .
L B JstrlC last and and mentally; experkfe-? *"n c of
non. Th s. Settle, Jack trarfstiarent yaiiltmnlbut cover their that of "neighborhood .darner. The they flew away, tabby quietly after eating, trtf oneness U
fullness bloating
! .. C It M. Call!Jacknonvllle, on'le.. Jud/. 'mouths nnd the lower part of the face woman who follows it has for her cus- Green Cadets at West Point. mouthed her bird and marched into the ," or or emptiness of stomach iii tho l1 ':- I p

,, C Bird JackonvUt., Marshal.1'hillp with cambric or cotton tied tomers dozen households. front parlor, with jug, tongue coated bitter or bad: taste in PILLS
Clerk, DlvMon. a Inrglurt I or twenty Fan: in the command was, sharply.You }mrring conscou' dizzinrrll. frequent I
mouth. irregular appetite.
"I e' Eetcrn round the back of the head. The each of which she visits weekly, and should have seen those green boys I pride, while was headaches blurredeycsighj"rloamgspvck8'. I
The Great Liver ai d Stomach Remidf
t e 1) c. aha nee. Clerk, Middle Division. Shoobra and Gozirch drives are to Cairo spends a few hours in doing.up the family trying to in ranks. There were now feathers enough for a good-sized 1)ed.- before the eyes, nervous pnihitlr or exhaustion .
I K. C. Humphreys, Pcnsacola, Clerk, Western Dl- much what get irritability of ten1I'-r. hot flughrs! For time enrn of all disorderS "f tim Stomwh Uvw.tw
I liclon. the nO\v. to London, and darning and mending. I' about 100 "beasts," and they looked like Cincinnati En2u irer. alternating with chilly sensathns. sharp.. |a. Kid neys. Bla'lder.NervoTM Diseases. Female
: ( .. TERMS: all the young Beys and Pashas don their A few of the sub here cold t'.1ii1.14111t4. I/Rvt or Ap;etite. Hoadoche. Constipa-
Witn was one a of Texas steers,though more bitin transient pains and there twin. CisrivCnt' Inilitfestwii. Billouinew, Fever
,. :", t I:'i.. F.'er.DI\ielon-acksonvlelrst Monday In j best, and cither dararolc! forth on prancing most flouishing villages Minnesota. A herc. After while the "beasts," including What Mexican Farmers Raise. feet drowsiness after meals \vakrfulness., constant or, Iiifla'iniiaticii of thoHoweLi. Pila and all derance
/ disturbed nnd wirofresilingsleep i'urelveget.abie.com-
theliiteru.UViA-ara.
r 4. ; Middle. DjTitlon-Tallahaosce, fret Monday. In I steeds ; or, more luxuriously, are railroad built through) thatsection: left my trembling self, were strung Between San Juan del Rio and Quere. indescribable feeling of dread or of impend I nient taming ii.f no mercury. mlaeraU or deleterious druzr.

f:, i February. driven in the train of the harems 'if the the village at one side, and now the out into long, wavering line, and a cadet *. taro the Mexican Central traverses the iDr calamity? I PERFECT D1GESTIOHwoyV will heaceompiishe.t a

". .">. ,' !art Western DlmloD-reneacola_ first Monday In lady is inclined to exchange flowers, place is dead. One of its original proprietors .f corporal: commenced to call the roll fields of one Mexican farmer who raises of If these you have symptoms all* or any you f onslr1crne art suiT 'rlnif I number from I rilU every morning about hytakingoneotRti-1U o'clock,u adla-

:: '1' .' L <. STATE notN",'cgaretes or e\CI Conversation, no has just sold 115 lots to one of candidates. Each one was instructedto 20,000 bushels of wheat a year. There that most common of AnrnTjcanj maladies fieri'llt. Iy no iloin-

.I.r' ., .! \ .t'. Go\crnr-Edwafl A.OrFICEl Terry, .hindrnee black likely to be offered by the purchaser, and the old town site is converted answer, "Here!I" Some who answered, are six or seven hncenda in the same with Uilioui Dyspepsia Dyspepsia. or or Indigestion.Torpid Live,,1'111'associated fhore i sIcKHEADAcHE,
: 4 '. Attorney-General I' Talaha.ee janitor on the )'ox-scat of"the into farming land. "Pr "' in the bud and reach has become the
Coopr. "lahl"e- sent, were nipped ; locality where crops 10,000 complicated your disease .Fi'iil stomach.Biliousness will be avoided.
t nvwi-Vn
driver.
) SecrcWy* of 5ta e-oht 1 Talah. But talking must be done in A Frenchman recently rode into taught a lesson in cadet discipline. One I bushels; and 10,000 bushels of wheat greater the number and diversitv of symp amid t1fCKxl that H eaten com rtbuteu Its nourishing
I > lre. private, and some sidewalk( otherwises'cude toms. No matter what stnire it his reached. ,. rtl.-S fur time support Of the natural waste of
.
I 't '. ) mptroller-W. D. Harnee, Tallahassee. or Watcrville,1 Me,, driving I big Newfoundland poor fellow who was rather tardy in re- 1 means 40,000 bushels of corn, 2,000 Dr.Plerce'x Golden IetI teal lHovery 'j.roi
Trra urer-E. 8 Crill,allahassee. spot, must be chosen for any- dog hitched to a small .two- to his name, was commanded to bushels of and 6.000 bushels of will subdue it. if taken according tt directions ;Vo&rvp the foliffTl symptoms toii8tlpatlon.rreultlngfmmn Inward 4,.

J'.1.; i Mjutant-egelal-lald! Lang, :ralahlue.1 L. thing more than a flying passing compli wheeled cart, which the animal had plying out and answer to his name." beans on the peas same hacienda. That is the cured for a reasonable! length of and tiine. If not 'l 1-ile li l48I.Df,.. Xnilneb the IlKeMtiveOrfan of the Blood in: the Head.AcldltyofII
complications multiply Con"umption of
t t : .Mitchell, .Tallahassee.Superintendent ment. For in the cast: every man is the hauled inside of three days from a townin Step nut" is the West Point slang for way the Mexican farmer of this part of tlr thp 1lInkin I Ilitll'lIscs.lJr.lrt l)iseas,\ Fsiltuieior lii' sr.iiaCh.WeiKht Xaiie.i.tn.the Heartburn.storoach.Sour Dlmnwt Eructations Food.,

: I.. .. Public Instructions-A. J. RUI' guardian not nly of his own harem but Canada, a distance of about 150 miles' "make, haste,I and when the "beast" the country diversifies his crops. He raises Itheuniattani, 1 Kj.!ney Dis"apo. or other grave siiiking i or ltitterlnrf Of the Heart.Choking Ijimnemsof or Suffo- )
r : I pelt, Tal.bu also of else's. maladies are quite liaf'I v tow-t In mil, sooner eatin si-imsati'.ns when hi 171n$(;i-ture.
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everybody '
J i : .CommluiOa of ImmlgraUon-A Robinson., thrash his man may The own r.said the dog could outstrip in actually did step out of rank, he was wheat corn, beans, and peas in about of later in.liu-e a fatal terniinntiori.Ur. VI-II.H. |h.t.\VetwlM-fo 5i1P $ ht i'evcrand Yeliow.l P'JA.

j 'laa ee own wife to death with very a day's journey the best j jHaroun surprised at the celerity with which ho the proportion given. Occasionally thereis Picl-cc oilpii! .lledicrtl Dip- Pain I'm Slip Ilcait. P.ficienev of' Pt.plr5ufl.ihe Ida.Cheet.Umbe
I' .;,1 CUTRKXE COURT. doubtful chances of acts powerfully the Liter.and l S 'f;hu.Sit In awl Eyes.P. r..n
.r' I ".' 'H' anybody intervening, al Raschid in 802 sent to was mad /to step back. The formationwas a specialist like the farmer near covery upon antI S'l'lilen Flushes sit He.it.: HurnlnR lit the F.esA
through that great blood-piinfjjnjr! wLt free
:. hlc JaetccGNcWhorer., Tallahassee. but he may not look at his or".n.el'an few ,lca.c5 ci' IC.t I)\V ;\ 'H l II.I.htw
k'1 : <. A .Inltref-e. JU ,'Tallahassee. ; J.ighbor'sharem.SIturd" Charlemagne, among other presents from j foy dinner, and we were retained' Qucretaro who goes into the raising of l's the system of all Mood-taints and Impurities ) %-fm
", .1 ..." I H. Van lakenbargh. JacblvUe. !llctietr. Bagdad a clock of cnrious workman-}1 until the battalion of cadets had started. chile, the hot peppers of this country.This equally,cdiciicious from whatever in acting cause;upon arUiriK1.the It Kidneys is- 'c 2.3 cents lotterstamrl i Per l))*. I toflg.U.tDW.tY&Bold b? all drnsirUtijr.a

I. ', *-U. S.Lands. ship. The first clock with a balance was I I They marched off, headed by the drum man usually has 00,000 chile plantsor and other excretory organs. cleansirifr, ('0.. No.iid:i'iVarreu a 'ireel. Sew 1 writ, for

f 4.., :r. Land omce. GainesTllle-S.. c Tckcl Register.STATE'LANDS. A Housekeeping Experiment. m:111 by DPVick 1364, and the first corps, with all the accuracy nnd beautyof vincs.-Globe-Denocrat. gtrf-nffthcninar and healing their dseas* 'I. .\san Our l!<>.ik of &clvlee.ui .
1 : appetizingrestorative tonic. iprOIllQtf's KAVAY'i*.
: time .- : tRiTO I T
_, Eliza Putnam Ileaton, I ia the Brook- with a pendulum in 1041. Watches with : t vast machine. Finally our digestion and nutrition thereby 1 tJildrng up -

.', : ..,..;.. ".. Land office, Tallahassee L Michel Commissloner. lyn Tine is authority for the springs were first made at Nuremberg, i, came. The plcbcs at the head of the Ten years ago there were 3,800 men both flesh and Ptrcnp-th. In malarlfl.districts, t" NT1 u-; _ 4
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L folowing' the of the this wonderful medicine line Ira "l l great
column
: _history of the of about 1477, but the first successful J interpreted meaning practising as physicians in Illinois with
i 1 1. ., beginning new application celebrity in curing Fever and Afriie. Chills and
:. :._ dustry for women:" of a spring to watches was by command: "Forward, march, and the out diplomas; to-day there arc but 470. Fever, Dumb Ague, and kindred diyaw!. Lcctur on

p %. 1'1 ... COUNTY OFFICERS.. A new industry for women is begin- Dr. Hookc in 1038. .j procession started for the large granite This healthy condition due to the med Dr. Pierce'* Goldcit JledU-al Dis.covcry "POUGM ON RATS."

'l 4 1 .. Judge-J. U. Ttkbard. ning to evolve itself in New York, which structure known as the mess hall. ical practice act of 187.Fxrhemfntl : HUMbRS

I i Clefk Vf Clicrflt It was like running thcauntlet. One CURES ALL
Conrt-l.F. Tork, may yet do much toward solving the Industries.It ,
I Sheriff-II. W. Arctc cadet in the of the line hollered at from tho
4 Epperson. vexed servant girl question. Some three rear a common Blotch or Eruptic-n. to
1 "aJ Aeieeor-N.. C. Walnwrlgh. months may not be generally known that I Iimpo'rtalt me in a voice of special envy: "Drag in Moxie bids fair ( W lxtlnl11ltan ( worst Scrofula. Salt-rheum "Fe\er-sores.! "
I ..: T,K ollcctot-B. I.JDe.j ago 1 woman of good old New I riteincnt through the country )" : Scaly or lioutrh Skin in short. all diseases
riaperintenaeotof R.T.. Dowllos.fo.intY York family" and capable, lefta mining operations are carried your chin about 1 yard, mister! I wantto of the lelhont. Its extreme- llco'rt! fir" caused by: bad blood are by. this

1 !' SiirveyorJohn' I'. Pratt, C. ": widow ecucatet and on within the Arctic Circle. Cryolite see less slouching among you beasts; j plivitand extraordinary i iweroverthe liquor powerful. purifying and lnvigoralw4-; medicine.
"
j. : Ounijr CanmFonere-LWitkovek': <, fJ. \v. M" money, having habit, and exhaustionin weakly wo. Great EntinClt'1 rnpnlly ''nl under
is stand sir! I tried to Each ,
Greenland Il''OU.
: :.' K'.niuy.! M. 1:: licasclcy, John S. Andrews and M. served no apprenticeship to any of the brought from to Phiade- up; obey. I are enough to make anyl so. It.seems its benign Intluence. Kipecially hi it manifested 5's

V.zib.: industries by which women earn bread phia by the ship load to be plebc had his coat buttoned full up, the Jln.cover u field ml.clll. hinJ. and stimulants i I its potency in curing Tetteii }:l'lI'ml1.

(. and butter to think of her making of {candles.. At Alien, near theI I palms of his hands to the front, and all cannot I'alh. "hill it readily re'm'l'r Er'sipt'luslloils.Carbiincley Sore ricf., Scrofulous \7hatldUedTourpoorfather. IL
began ,
,
I Sores and Swellmjrs, Ilip-joul Disease,
putting from their abuses at seeming to
0.1 J. CITY OFFICERS. I once ( lke Avoid anythtoK-containinff!t throwhout your
4 *" .pride in her pocket and turning her notable North Cape in Fimnark, extensive copper the while his toes digging up the gravelof a food, as it creates no reaction-nor loses Vhite Swellings," Goitre, or Th'-Ic Neck futurw useful(T)careers. We older heads object 1
A t' I'nr-T.. A housekeeping talents to account liy mines have heel worked for a long time. the area.- Time effect. Its sale is marvellous. Druggists all and Enlarged Glands. Send ten cents in to its special'Rough'ness,*
i. IIiriiI1E j)&nlht. it.THE stamps for a large Treatise, witb colored '
: keep .
When it is remembered that most of the
.w = ('ir-I K. L. \11 looking for service in a family as cook. plates on Skin Diseases, or the parrir amount DOWTFOOL5nimoneyIn
r 0 .- pDrkm4n work has to be done under ground and Constitution of Costa Rica prescribesIui'itality for a \'Treatise on Scrofulous Affect jns.
A '?e or-L. I) : Considering the matter further it Shoemakers' Secrets.An I
% I II as a sacred duty, declares citizenship futile efforts with insect pow
I : Tr.ciirer-8. II.Joncp.CityAttorney occurred to her that she could do that heat is what the workmen suffer most : all THE used at ',
t. I better. I to be forfeited by ingratitude to par- FOR THE BLOOD IS LIFE. der, borax or what not,
r. T. Willj. from it becomes at that old shoemaker tells the ft. Louis ents, the abandonment of wife or children and random all over the house to get t
. 1 1 ._ A.Icrmcn-Jottn! C. Itithsrd. J. M.Truby. Tate Securing with some little effort, the project I apparent once Thoroughly cleanse by using Dr. Plcrcc'n
, ; owtl.J. O. Alvarez: D. Aivarot..THOSE being novel clientage of half mines may be almost as profitable in >c-letnocrat of a trick or two shoe- neglect of any obligations due thefainily.__ Golden Medical Ui.covcry, frul good rid of Roache9Water-bugsBeet- p
1 : qnc, IPS. For 2 or 8 nights 8 rUkle
which learned when he digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spi.its. vital
., making he was a "Whnt In "'omnn''orlh?
Jf '_ .Un _, "Ji dozen families in her ititmediatepeigltborhooil 'tho e high latitudes as they would be on strength and bodily health will be etnablished.CONSUMPTION "fiocoa os RATS''drj-powder.t -
our coast. The main thing is to have boy, which appears to be still hidden Asked a fair damsel of a crusty old bachelor about and down the rink,drain -
1 :, who that \vcrc groaning under He did not know so she saidV.. O. man" wash it Ml
itay ashore while thefr mysteries to a lot of the fashionahleshoe- : pipe. First thins in the morning
dyspepsia, I induced by "1 ight housekeep I communication open once a year for (double you, 0 man). But a woman feels worth away down the tilak,drain pipe when aU the
friends ffo out boating or in" 8wimminJ ing,'' she began to send out thrce.times bringing supplies and carrying away the makers.; One of the'-e concerns not only little if disease has invaded her sjstemand is which is Scrofula of the IUlli.is arrested I tnsects from garret to cellar will disappear
their 'r the appearance of the shoe but the com- tallY !sapping. her strength. For all fl'malewl.aknl.s.I. and cured by this remedy if tak.-n in the The,secret in tho fact ttaR wherever uoecU
- may employ leisure reading a dclicoJely cooked and daintily I ,. I i. Dr. Pierce'"Favorite Prest'ripton" 3
day. ores.At earlier stages of the disease. From its marvelous are in the house,they mu ROACHES
fort of the How times do
* ove the following rules for the resuscitation meals. .Her'cnture was so Ifl- '! : engineer who visited the mines at wearer. many stands IUr 'all.l. It cures the complaint power over this terribly fatal lirt"-use, drink during the night
-
mediately succcs-f ul jjiat she up''! Alien a few years ago to study the! con- YOU sec men's big toes rising in high relief nld hui.t" up the ystenm.cn1 10) cents in when first offei-ing this now world-fiAued remedy Clean out Kaf s,Mice,Bec"Koran
k--. of their companions when lookec above the surface of the pamphlet to ".orll's lispn&.aryiedica1 to the pulilie. Dr. thoujrhtVeriously OK BATS," is acid
a New England housekeepC ( 8 couple d'ition in.which they were worked, found j impressions : Asolatiol WX ) Buffalo, of calling it his *'CONSUMPTION Cr 'cr.." hut world in every clime,ia the most extensively -
P ; brought tq land: To clear the throat of .'edish girls to help bet, .I that the climate interposed no obstacle. upper! Naturally you feel that the Y. abandoned that name ns too r' Ir:- five for advertised and has the largest sale of any
tout-arlled of such shoe must suffer from medicine which. from its wonderful combination article of its kind on the face ot the globe. .
a
wearer 4
place the patient the floor and The mines. when fairly( arc warmerin BEWARE the man who listens much and
or sines' in inlc deep
I ground srng. ,1 ; I this his toe and he docs talks little. He is getting thunder and of tonic, or strengthening, lucrative
your POTATO BUGS
winter than in. summer. j pressure on big ; and DESTROYS
with tho face downward, fold one of night, too tmost dimensions.thahhe saving his own lightning. or blood-cleansing. anti-blioiis lu-ctonil,
could handler*" FamUji that had tried I In such work as has to be done aboveground i if not immediately, at some time in the '- nutritive properties w tnwiualed. lOt onlv }'orl'ot.ato BURS,Insects on Vines.etc.atat
A.; the arms so that the forehead may rest there is future. The whole difficulty can bo Tierce' "I'len-mnt Pu rgat lye Pellets," as a r'lIJellfor Consumption but for all spoonful the powder,well shaken,tn a keg
I ,thefrizged-iBteak: broiled by the scarcely any interrup- > Chronic Diseases of the and with
green of water applied gprinklinff pot
; :
: upon the forearm, in which position all t obviated by a depression in Positively Popular: Provoke Praise: Prove weilstirred
i-irM..fnPUiia.thatwerc on meals tion. During the three cark months, providing Potent spray syringe,or whisk broom. Keep it
1. nits or smoke will more readily escape elabriii)*lee starving.keritgas-jct, when the sun docs not is no the sole of the shoe into which the too IMceless; Producing; Peculiarly' lrmnl.t Profit: Perceptibly; Prclucll/ Liver, Blood, and Lungs.For up. I.V.,2Cc.and$1 Boies.Agr. Sim.CIiCARS .

. r r.li lack of "to the to the will fit. This depression is obtained by Pimples and! Pistules: Promoting OUT 4
the ram light accustomed
f by month, and the iongtie: atm.in eye I 1 Peace. 1'urcha.se. Price,Petty. Pharmacists Weak Lungs Spitting of itlni..1. Snort- 1
. *1 itself will forward the In -ctJ, fru fsu the conditions. The sky is clear and starry, fastening a piece on the last and beating Patronizing Pierce Procure_!Plenty. ness of llrcath. Chronic Nasal Catiir-h. Hronchitis. : BED BUGS/ :
fal leaving en "I and the aurora is most of the time the sole it until it is molded to it. Asthma, Severe Coughs, ant k IuJn'.1alf"ltions
; trance totho free. Assis gotU/bdow/ I(books playing When arunc thus cared for there will 1 NEVER fear to bring the sublimest motive to it is an efficient remedy. FLIES. *
toe
I wndpip 1.t1el from.plowinylloal I whatever light there is, the reflection from the smallest duty, and the most infinite comfort Sold! hv Druggists at $1.00, or Sit Ilottleg Roaches,ants,water-bugs,moths,rata,mice,
j & .. this operation y wiping cleansing a .' I the snow increases and inten iies. be no ingrowing toe-nails and no un- to the smallest trouble.- for $5.OO.. ---. ivfcrl.hiDE. s1uirelhfrs.1cc..

.- the mouth. To excite breathing turor tb : sh ght"h Jndivt Ithouj. I I More than I hundred and fifty :years I ightiy protrusion of the upper. Another' Use the great "pl'ifc'for "cold in the head'. book f&on Send Consumption.ten cents in stamps! for,Dr.Tierce's : _
that be shoewearers and ) .
thing interesting to Hl'II.ly.XEWP.H'tIS BAIKD'S GRANULES -
mining was on may : .
I ago extensi'elyfllmt <
'
the well fact carriee
and
'i
patient instantly the a un' the
on .
World's Medical
Association
and is this Alliteretl Dispensary
the shores White to shoemakers : ,
lr Sea by schoolmasters of the
: .annoyonc\w 0 fli.I are the BEliCLATE TIlE
; eiJo his Lrry .t
I' supporting head on his fore glad:to hcooking t. dl .,Wl Saxon workmen. Silver, copper, and or sore heel! caused by a new common people. That endless book the news- 663 Main St., BUFFAI,6, N. Y. BOWELS rum. .
.. arm, and excite the nobtrils with snuff ore lead in shoe may be relieved by taking a small paper, is our national glory. -
at were produced quantities.:

4 _.. ; '. A.r hartshorn, and smelling-salts, or tickle price. ..P 1 a1d_ ;,.a.rnable I. .Now that the whale fishery has (de- piece of common newspaper crushing it I' PH. "' 1'11'. 'Cured Urns fur FOII VJ3 PILES Cent*i. guaranteed EXHAUSTED VITALITY :. FV THE BLOOD, "'
in the hand and it under the ailing : CURE DYSPEPSIA
B She has' families her clinc-1 mining enterprise seems placing .
the throat with a feather, etc., if they fntyne on list most to cure the wnrs>t case of piles. Price 2i

;r' are at hand. Rub the chest and face at present, I think, to whom she supp'iesjust I likely of anything to promote exploration heel "The bit of paper has the effectof cents. At druggists,or mailed (.stamps taken] A Great Medical Work for Ypung ffr; t : PILES, 3IALARTA I Il'isrelv
and the foot forward by
' 4 that wholesome round of breakfast, .. and settlement within the Arctic Circlc.l'o'itlt's a "lf. forcing I'i they AIT )S_IE"EIH' Co.,,CLEVELAND. O. and HEAD.K ,
Men
1' warm ana dash cold water. cold in leaves the heal free Middle-Age '
or and : entirely
lunches and dinners that the average Cv>t>]*inion. : AChES. ( .
for Piso's Remedy
3 months' treatment c. vpmrtabip. I
: 't hot water alternately, on them. To housemother would offer to husband and from the counter. for Catarrh._ Sold by ; ts._ 2 nepatirnt writes: "BeatX

" imitate breathing draw tho tongue out little folks. Fruit in season, in the A Cottage at }:Iberon.A -- 'ROYAL OrUE'mends anything crugg Broken Chi. .',- the thliRl Uiwels.ever used t regulate tS

morning, oatmeal or wheaten grits, fish, Music in China. Glass, Wood. Free Vials at Drugs & Uro - ::: Another: They are Indeed
.1 14' and keep it out by means of an elastic mile down the coast and we come toElbcron na LIFt wonderful. They do t
steak, or chops; a side dish such as The Chinese play to-day just as they -:::=; not I'hyslc. but act tonlo
--- -- - as I
J bond it and I the Mount of New
passing -
over around the McGregor
r. !tewl'c kidneys sausage, liver all bacon, I I for here Garfield; did 2,000 years ago, says II. E Krehbie I j Tired r>r-W. )t. Tm tIED.Ph?j.lranUarnd! Surseon. Offices
;:: chin. Replace the patient on his face, eggs; coffee, tea or chocalat', bread and Jersey, was brought The art as it was then : Languid DullI Wa>hlnut n. N. J and 13; West SVI M..New York.
I lying his death The t Speaker| N. .1. House %sspvtlv. cx-l'rm-sident i | Wasbr C
and his butter milk and fish upon hell cottagefrom fantastic of mental : KNOW THYSELF hn.t.it. :s. J.. Loart
1 raising supporting chest well:1r' S'igar. toup, a I which he upon the sea until I II petrified "by a system ,I the condition of thousands of people at .es-.,.to. of Health, County Physlilati. -

-: on a folded coat or other article of roast, three vegetables, dessert and coffee his gazed forever is philosophy and an adamantine conserva- this season. The dcpre 4 make up the dinner, all of which is sent .I eyes were as cosy tism." So that in considering the condition i I weather and that tlre feeling quickly overcome CAL 1" '.'l'ITI'1'Ei No. 4 Hullfinrl >,., I'T ;helCannot" too h'Kh'y! express my regard
Turn the body and cheerful as before the villainous sho'twa' a Iloilnn, !'laa. I. I'AKKKK: ;1.11. ft-rthem.
dress very gently on out at a cost of $7 1 week to single perSons .I of the musical art in China to-day I by the use of Hood's Sarsaparllla. I gives Consulting flivxlrlan, More than one mililt.n i-ojirs 1 i-y to lake as they are n larger tha a mu t>rdmln. '
1b the side and a little beyond, and then $5 each to members of families i firell we have an actual sight of what was the strength In place of weakness, gives kD. to told. It ireau upim NVrvoui an.l IMirMcal"ifel>illir. 2-. per tmx. 5 l*>x.- I ev.r Premature L>rdin". Eihauttod mill iTepald.
1
lawn which branch Vitality I|-'palrpt poi;e rate supplied: by nbolesaleTUY
J briskly back again on to the face, repeating though as what is 'supplied for two is i sjrcen over a system and piacticc at the time of Plato. organ creates &appetite and purifies the blood.Give ,, Vigor and Iinpunuos of the Blood and tM untnU itrI, nb.tu.
built for that one passenger; It a trial now. mnerrei conjt-iit-nt thereon. Contains t"> natreiulj TIIKJI: ANt YOU WILL BE COXVISCEDW. C
rairul'a"
sufficient for three the cost thousandis The refinement this of -
tantialemlo .1
rir knowledge full
; these measures cautiously, efficiently per I to which the backed "hare been trubll for many years with violent l.ln.lm Rllt. WarrantM
car was the beat
medical
vrnda popular treatise pulillshfC
: not reckoned in multiplies of that sum, music is mostly on its metaphysical side. Hood's Sarsaparllla did me much good Jtn h'h In the
and perseveringly about fifteen ;I before the cot of suffering was bea"'be 8 l..nJIIale. 1'riCPOnlySl IT maIl p>*tiiali.|. L.
In a way the experiment is one in cooperative tenderly The Chinese sages could and do publish that I feel like a new 1Iu(. I earnestly recommend and ronceaiea In a plain wrapper. Illtntratire DOUGLAS :
; S times to the minuto or once : lifted out; the room next the sea doctrine music which is golden Hood's Sarsaparilla all who suffer with headache" : lamplefrre. It you vnd uow. AdUrrli a, al>,TC.
touching \-th'
; 0 four or five seconds, occasionally ever varying the cost housekeeping everyday! living: fo practically is divided, .I through which they carriee him, and the doctrine in the art of to-day, but the MRS.E.SATCHU.L, Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. I IHood's *payer.MARLIN $3 SHOE. cr.rLEMCN'' F
that had to cut I before '
; I' the side. On each occasion that the among a number of families, purchases ring him stairs away the chamber sounds they produce arc a din in which SarsaparillaSold REPEATING Thi only 83 SEAMLESS E
for all they get up ; melodious :' RIF.LE I Shoo ia the world.
t being made together the labor for traces of order and of
: body is replaced on the face make uniform -I t in which he suffeied, surrounded by sequence b,all druggists. $1; six for$5. Prepared only Guaranteed Finest Calf, perfect fit, and 0
j all systematized and simplified and the arc not discernible except by a BEST III THE .
S very b C.I.HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell Mass. perfectly accurate warranted m'ongress.ltuttar '
the and of all the I-
\ but efficient pressure, with brisk waste all minimized, the result being sympathies prayers! patient and a very well trained car. A 100 Doses and absolutely WORLD and I.acOa1ttyles toe. As # -_
., people of the earth; the little room upon One Dollar safe. Made In all sizes for ftTli-.li ami durable as 4''.' 't' j -
k movement on the back between that each barbarism rests the music still and to
I and family saves nearly the full : the floor in which he in state on lare or smnll pamo.It those co tln? $5 or st;. .d'A,

Jf blow the shoulder-blades or bones on amount of the cook's wages, anc is frCc rount his last lay add to the many paradoxes which the COCKLE'S AL LAUD w.83.50!?SMOKcxrcU DOTGI.AS tc ,'
starting on long journey y
L :' each side from the tyranny) of Castle Chinese hold before us, they concede that'the Gallery. 'nIlAIt nn.l Tnrrrt RIOef. the (( Shori uclvertlw.l ,
t. removing tho pressure immediately these arc objects of interest, looked at notonly ANTIBILIOUSPILLS f-eiid for Illimtruteil Cululucuo. I by other t
: sides. art of to-day is a degenerate one,
Msrii'ireArnsVo.ewijvcn. .
the ( o firiua.B
before with the but with heart. This
the
turning body on eye -
--- but speak with pride of one now lost
h. ;- the side. By placing the patient on 'ashlol Notes. cottage of death is the most impressive which flourished at a time when Greecewas JOINJEPAYSthe 0 tirc.4m

. the cheat the weight of the sight upon the bench and the few who yet shrouded in pre-historic gloom THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDYFor -. .,- d
;; body forces Scotch plaids arc the furor in Paris. to within must .*.mp.d S.b..f..M -
arc privileged see ,
Liver. Jiile
i go Indigestion etc. Free from Mercury <-7 all wear the IV. I .DOUGLAS $2 SHOE. 1]
. \ the air out; when turned on the side Short-sleeved mantles are much in away impressed with the superiority of : contain' only 1'lrp'eqtahl" IDlrtII"ntAient PAVStheFREICHT If your dea'r does not keep thero.send your oameonpoaul

; i : ;, (his pressure is removed and air enters vosue. J I the human soul when they feel the weird A Curious Law Case. : C. N. -fit--ITT,-EN TON, ? Iron> Tin lrnr.M S'aOD'olt'!-d Hfj-iner liiui", to W. L. DOUGLAS Brockton. MM.

.f :. 'I the. chest. During the whole of the Very large fans of painted gauze arc '"light that the great spirit left in its delarturc.iche.ter A curious law case, which has arisen DR. HAIR'SA.STHMA Tere Bm ai S60.R... Ro& SrT.v'r. One Ajent(Merchant only) wanted In every tovrnfofiieil. .

out of the recent at Diano
.
earthquake
fashionable. I Herald. Iii-; ,
: .._; ration.let "Kle. Fr fri. pri< ]II"|
i one person attend solely .t.'IOD .hi. ...
Marino, will shortly be decided before an j'I.r enl I tr
Pale drab is the popular color for dress- I 10llS OF t:
IINGHAMTU
to the movements of the
:. : ; head and of tailor Italian cout. Two adjoining houses at JH\talA.nTO. N. y.
ing suits. Value of Dead Horses.
4':' ;c the arm under I Diano Marino belongingto two differentfamilies -
$-. A it For home wear we now have tea what to do with that the earth. C U R E '1Ias"J al.>'olutely cured tens of thul I Procured at kESS I :,, ...( curs f..r Mxte.-n ye.r anti I
.4 _ "Say, yer goin' were destroyed by '" The only Asthma Cure ant pATENTS ro.iKer| your"Tam-.111s rum-h" tlin clKar1"i
co-.t th.in
.r', T. H. MILJIIXE gowns, morning gowns, chamber robes j old nag!" shouted a passing cart driverto quake and the inhabitants were all killed. -world that--win----.positively.Treatment p-rmanntlvcur known to the medical A_lh- n...." 1".1 liii-ftt.tamable. iis..y: 'else." v-r saw. J..ii\\\. AITKK-S. lirus ,t C.rjoiidale.Fa.irstZv.

.-. proprietor of tho and lounging gowns. a man who was superintending the rc- When the ruins and corpses were removed Ma and flay r'ever. L nqne'tlonatie rvidenc I maU"lllr,\.rn.'' ..J..Ht"II.I.'t'1'IH.. : i'nl_ Y. nr"Taiisi 1e l'uiilin.n.c gar Is b-ci.min;m ..rel
rill I..7 Iho.I" .
found In M 'I reatisMnt fri-e. : \ C'j". > pi.ir! yi-rday. Cljrar dr.
unrmrsdon usa
Moore House wtl my page t b<>t-ier
North Uranch
at M'.h", Chatelaine chains with all sorts of I I j moval of a lifeless horse on willow steet.i the sum of 200,000 francs in UK. \\ hAIR- :u VV 4th M..Cincinnati 0. IInbit ('lIr..d. 'Ir..atme Sntq y more. HlMUIKS.KJ.I .Beaver.Pa.

; has a dog that goes up-stairs and rin,* dangles forms a part of a young girls i "Lots," answered the other.. 4"'.e'l cold and bank notes was found amongthe K' FINE: Blnmlpil Cattle. Sheep, Hogs, OPIUM HU.ll.E RI.llED'i lU.. t4J.,1 .trial.10,1Ola"lr's Ad.lr.-s! K. \\; TANMKI. & CO., fliirnira.Piso's d

p' ;, door along the and should costume for the street. i first of all ship the old hulk to the glue djebris. As it was impossible to ascertain T\l'' u'try: DOKS rorsale. Cutaloinies with l'iO Great Eng:ish GCIJt
every
o bal. .
: some drowsy guest fail to reply he I[ Gauze turbans, with an aigrette on the I factory. There tho hide will be taken to which house the money belonged lr"'li' lr ee.N. p H"erA l.1 loat"Mvl..Ia PIIISa Rheumatic Ken:' dy and. CURE: FOR b

'. ".. BIe, are a revival of a very old fashionfor off and sent to a tannery, and the flesh and a no member of either family Oval Iti\, a; & ; round!. I I I'ill.I i CURES WHERE AU ELSE FAILS. 0

a 4 bang the bell against the door and I vcning head-dresses. removed from the bones. The bones are was saved to decide the matter, the FRAZERMLEBEST By return mail. Pull )rnrrt.inn 1 B at In Cough time.Syriin.Sold bv Tastes dnisei Rood. Us 0
t3.
; 2- he gets a At valuableand when the frame is relatives have theii FREE Mood,'. New T.Hr .,.,*. .r dr... St
-+ } bark response I The. is quite a rage for dull jet just very surviving brought UULASE C f..ln. MOOBY f rn (:ncintt.to CONSUMPTIONCLOVER

: noon he takes the bell through the village now. Iqs; considered much more stylish separated they are distributed into piles. cases before the judges, whose decision TV TI1F. WORLD ."S.

-: to notify the boarders that it ia. than the g;. tening variety. Shin bones are worth $40 a ton. Theyare is expected in Italy with much interest. __ fW:Pet the Genuine.' Sold Everywhere. 1)\_ turn fli.Ine s.le.1._ Life< Collece Schoiartl.ip.: Phiin.8 t,
used for knife handles. bones .
-
Thigh -Argonaut.An
t 1 eat, and whenever he comes Satins are g jng out of favor,and there- "
tie t
fore bring more. They go to Europe "at $75a DYSPEPSIA,
across a boarder he will not cease ringing are very cl ap, but they make lovely THREEWhy
underdresses ton, and come back here after a while Oculist's Advice. SICK HEADACHE, I ILLS
for I BCILDISO,
-I -. until he }>irs the '.Al right, ACB frocks. I in the shape of tooth brush handles. The Keep a shade on your gas burner. CONSTIPATION.

4_ Turk for .nieh he i waiting. The Crapeline to be is a popular fabric aud I foreleg bones arc made into parasol handles Never read or sew directly in front of A Rins.4v for n11 35 Washington, D. C.

+ ,I much the I promises generah'! worn for after collar buttons, trousers buttons and the light, window or door.It I D 'ya. NtomaC'h Disl't'e and no of the.I.LIver. .Kid.
dog aJ dos 9L t
-. noon occasions India silk. I cqtfwb r f. r Clue r"r 5Itl'eCnUpalion. BIG OFFER.TDintrtetai.ettsomwwfl
: f : ; marketing'j I ( other small articles of usefulness. Glue is best to let the light fall from Iyapcpi.a. i"" iick head f'be..t A i.tfl -
.one to two Ma.-hfneV
Pale and liIHritmiVashlii4
11 rose pearl gras are admirably\I comes from the water in which the bone'sare above, obliquely over the left shoulder. II ani. :'.ct". ;I p'ullle 1lr. hf onr is.Knlu k. one*ei 1 .nyoiirnaiiie.IM).andeipeHso.-Ir you wan**

I WHEN are we old? Professor Faraday comined in dressed toilettes ie visile and boiled, while the dust from the sawing sleep so that on first awakening "O JM. Iaapr. I".I YII -itoii-- NnliiMiiiU.'i ..2; ,cy StN.Y.

Lrs 1 that the home frocks of silk and wool ixture.. I of the bones makes excellent medicine the shall on the of I Ullf. h:-.' Improved
: :: hQld duation of life in I I eyes open light a Paekaj-s '.'1-. M.ike3
I Black muslin edged with black : for cattle and poultry.. All the rest window. 1 gals of sIiim-I.us. sparklin ROOT BEER

Jan nnd animals five times tho period I j I makes nn appropriate thin footnO'I' that can't be bone black is Never begin to read write : <.holi-itome lievt-rag "*"* "*y druj.cgistc*mall (&
i costUJ-{ or foi
sew
1 : L' growth man's did tl] I.rc. C. i.. lll.E.. IS Lela. Ave., PhIla.Va.S .
requires he
; growth into
I mourning and may be worn on almost I ground up powder and sold for fcr- several minutes after coming from dark. Women

Lt 4 -.> S twenty years; ho shoulilt therefore, any occasion, provided i has a wide sab: !; I lili/ing purposes.*' ness to light. 5 i l.tne S'n.n.I miller itimy.the Sample4 lI.r-.e'U Wrtit f,.,.; \Vrlte:

1. : : : ; under ordinary circumstances, live to..: of gros grain i ibbon. "Well, ,who'd thought that old carcass Do not use the eyesight by light so | imrewr 5'-ly K.-III Hc.Mrr('u*_.Yt..ily,)tleh. at

1. be 100 i was wuth so much!" exclaimed the carterin scant that it an effort to discriminate i fe
; infancy extending to the 20th I I requires Reward ft-say-
An old
law
is still extant in surprise.-Philadelphia Bullttin. of this
Virgina whether $100 1 rape oT lUdnIYS.. ii
twilight, moonlight country use over thirteen(
i million
year; youth to thus 50th, when the which imposes a fine of fifty pounds of cakes of &_ TroUbles. N r-
or on cloudy days.
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1 1pW w woac Debuts
?'- : tisanes become firm; v/ility to aad tobacco on a man who absents him"elf Wilcox County, Ga., has fifteen men ', the moment instinctively I Procter & Gamble's 1 nrnl.nl or 1iiy.ici Wrakn. *.**that Bolanl* _
75 Final you are Lenox ItiicrtsiILoeure S
from ; Soap in 1886 ervp 3OCl Horb Mediciu O. .
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: age from 75 t 100, I II I church one month -without a valjd whose united ages make up over 1,350 prompted rub your eyes that 15 M. 1 1 111 !*!.. PhIIacieiph.af.. SoIC by a1ibrmU15t1 -

pC excuse. I years. The youngest is ninety-two. moment stop the using them. II Buy a cake of Lenox and yoi!u will soon understand C

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