The Starke telegraph
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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
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System ID: UF00086646:00031
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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;'L pathos and hopelessness in
her Dill
.,' Peeper than all sense'of seeing voice brought tears to my eyes. the than ever, and paler frem UUGET-OF-FUN.-imitation English coachmen sitting on .
1. Lies the source of secret being, "And, mister,
t And the soul with truth agreeing Icl cratrl, way from this place this day She had fallen wellpoised, reins properly grasped in fEt

j- Learns t live in thoughts and deeds; i it wasn't fer-fcr."- exhausted to prostrate rise. ane was old toomucii HUMOROUS SKETCHES FROM white. gloved hands,"* gaze directed Songs of the Wheat and the Corn. dad Middle State .
Her VARIOUS SOURCES. straight forward between the of the
sleeve ears
c For the,life i more than raiment, her head held went up to her eyes, cloak was wrapped around her and( a thin well horses. BOB IXGERSOLL'S PICTURE AXD ITS KEVZBSE. THX Boston yat Vo1uM proven her- -

: And the earth i pledged for payment high in defiance unt'' shawl had fallen from her tangled yellow groomed There's a wonderful fountain of liquid joy I self the yachts by .
now, dropped low her Anon out a clerk from the store easily defeating the Puritan, and .
; voice hair. A An Infallible comes Flowing forth in IL rill, Mayflower ,
for his necis.A. as lantern SiRn-FcetlinRTramps-
Unt man a t she went on: light was out. lay by her side, but its No Occasion to be Afraid-A with a well fic'd paper bag, opens .t.he Forever and ever it crystal. up other fast vel in a fonyfvenJ race-at _

Life i more than what man fancies "If itwasn't for Laty." She conld Bart Standing carriage places the bag within upon From the misty depths of the sti; lewpr Te i ept will '
not speak until had -Practising and to .
"And we carried the and In its widening course as it along r
who is seat recloses with
Oft game of idle chances, Laty? : a with ThiiUw "
her compete
down to the little hotel and Economy. Etc., Etc. slam. It circles the wide world round. fat yacht
Built steadily advances 'The baby that that there woman held chafed her chilled form for a long time. ? And side by side a they drink of its tide in the international r fo the Amerc'! )
the time in her arms when she Scarce had he turned when thecoachman.started cup at New York autumn. ,
Up rugged heights of come to the door. Her first words "Jack away and the beggar are (found .
were Lanc-Ian- That
.- Till each web of trouble) Her baby-it is. He's thc'cunnin'cst lit dy! doctor "peddler must have very good off his team with a While poets sing, so merrily sin;:. FIn of land OVl a coal mine near .
complex tie thing! an' he loves he 'docs. Ut. a an'go for them. Let bananas, remarked Mcrritt. "I guess : stately trot; halted till,he arrived at As they quart it 8ail and again: Pittston. Penn., suddenly jt* tow
: Every g hop's broken bubble his round me, He 7 ne ) Go to them an'to Laty. lie's I'll go over and get some." the mansion'nor wealthy resident in an "It i>only the life of the wheat and the corn days snc wrecking three hou .
Hath most sublime. pujs arm my neck an' says so, all alone. Poor little Which Nature hath iiien"
fcllcrl "What from <
meg plain as lo r Jack! makes you think they are aristocratic quarter, before which he rin'n t expulsion of the Silit' tb
anything. :you want to Poor .Mandy?" good?" asked United Labor party city -
More of practice, less profession; see him? He ain't a bit afraid of A dozen Cobwigger. halted and solemnly waited. "Come drink of this nectar, and feel the raised a big row. i thejf '

More of firmness, less concession; strangers, and he likes men folks. She men were soon fighting their "Because, returned )Icrit -' I see .In a few minutes a maid'servant rushedout. warm glow, will ruin the newjparty Sihde .
way through the drifts to the Lane cabin the '
policeman Of
More of freedom, less oppression thinks a does samples every time : summer and autumn's content; GEORGE DRCMXOTO, Earl of Perth and'possessed -
so five miles '
a sightofaty"she ; It was before he shall thrill like the breath of
In the Church and State; Laty'sa.. Lib distant midnight passes.-JwJgt. "Whywhat is the matter John? Thy pus aJunt of other titles of nobility,died a _ _
coull her sorrowful story; Where' the few day since in a New York hcitaL'leaving
More of life and less of fah ion, The woman here canie out to the and then was told with sobs and are ladies? When the sunshine and shadows are blefit l
tears. } a wife and child in extreme destitution -
That will make and cabin, with the adored in her Feeding Tramps. "Eh Hinside, I suppose.: Carn'tyouhopen With the carol of in the dew-spangled '
Laty "It birds When
u gooJ gatm arms. was only a little after dark," she "I don't believe in at the door?"' dawn, fifteen years old he eloped tcr. .
tramps .
Lib and _
went forward to meet them. America with hi maid and
)n true hearts, divinely gifted, The woman's face harsh said. "We were al sittin' in the front the door," said Mrs. Crimsonbeak. You "Open the door! ,Why, thcre no one When the dawn is imprisoned with lght. .1 ever since had ? jrndmother's himself by .
was forbid .
From the dl'os of error sifted, ding."What's. room. Laty was my lap an', some way feed them once and they are sure to come .in.the carriage. Where you drive Men and maidens shall sing the SWtt "Ha- :various employments. His family refused t f ,
4 or other I let the little fellow Of back.'' vest 10me"In permit,his return unless he left his wife.
; their
On fall
crosses arc uplifted,
she ben fro -*of delight
Shall the world most clearly soc she "A tcllin1 of you lies, mister? course Jack al' 'Mandy was : I __ "Wel I don't know," replied Mrs. "Bless my'art! no one there? Why, And children shall laugh, while they join in THE M chtttCommisonelon Con t

That greatest time of trial akec1 pack Il be don't blame 'cm; an' I tldn't mind it ( ; always give them bread when I just drove from the grocery store arid song, tagious DI'[ Dometc AnimaJ' ,.

carh's loUHl truth ain't in her; it much when Jack ) me with the I they come to my door, and I can't 'card the coach door shut when fhey got Re-echoed through valley and glen: have a agait cUo
Calls for self-denial say from New York .
holy, ; XO\'yougit up to the cabinmis-s, ramrod of his gun. I'd ought to 'ave that I ever knew a to the I in." 'Tis the mingled souli of the wheat and the State.
. Calls on men to do and an1 mind Laty. I'm goin' to tell been tramp come corn, GRASD MASTER WORKMAN POWDERLT
b ycr lIOn : keerful 'Mandy was so mad she second time. j "Got in they did not get in "
an' Why, ,, "Which'the Giver hath given t men. has issued another circular to tho Kniht of -
But,forever and forever, t then.yc, you'l sec what *\ou ll git driv ( into the shed-room. You "Oh, wel Mrs. Yeast, you make your and you have given -' bag .of soda: Labor, denouncing produce and exchanges -

Let it b the soul's endeavor, know how that is, mister," Lib said, turin own O you not?" crackers a ride home. and let the. ladies and the speculators in food products. .. .
)Ty cried Lib. "Jack While the world is enticed by ,
to I song
me. This thepoet's .
was all that said behind. BALDWiftleaped from a balloon a
Love'from hatred to dissever was and yetMrs. E .
; ; I sit by the worm on th" still .
I :'. And in hatso'cr we do, my pap, an1 you know it.: "It runs back right up the mountain, Yeast went down the street like a I ueh'wa the case, and the solemn I I chuckle and laugh with the fends by my feet higin the air at RkwaYr .
.s-hox !1" all the the N. Y., and of an .
i ;' Won by truth's eternal beauty woman: vouchsafed this answer an' there's a cave oil the end of it where straw hat on a windy tlay.9tacsmiuz.No John went back at a brisker pace, resolving side safely the earth.opn _
to outburst from dende t
Jack his trust to rather than for And a death-dealing potion distill. .
keeps taters an' in the to eyes ear '
, \ From our highest sense of duty, Lib. turnips Such glorious landscapes[ I oa tho brain Tin American Association for the Advancement .
\, Evermore firm and true. winter. It; was real in the cave, Occasion to Be Afraid. the future.-Hoilvti Bulletin. They seem but a feast of ,pint ; pf Science: has been in session at .
snug .
> b -F.A. I stayed three weeks in Jack Lane's an' old Tobe, Jack's in there. "Why don't you propose to her, Joe?" Then I rattle my skeleton I bones beside New York. Scientists f i oin all sections of .
:. lilcl.r! cabin, for it was the only habitation I snuggled up to him, an' cried 'cause I'd "Well, I'm half afraid." How Stonewall Jackson Fell. Till reason hath fled in alrri ht. the" Union attended, and many scientific -
within two miles of the and in hurt Drink of the of the river of life, topics were discussed.
i I place, Laty. "She loves you, don't she?" deep cup I ,.
$ those three weeks I saw enough to the After night Stonewall Jackson Drink deeper, I whisper: and then .. ----.
l convince "Purty soon front door opened I "Oh, awfullv." fel" Ti
' n I crush out tha life of the heat and the corn uh-;
me that Poor Lib had not told "a little an' Laty came toddlin' into the "You !I fOlIc out with.hi. to reconnoitre in S and W'f"t
i agree with her father in politics While I rivet my chains upon men.My .
pack of lies" in describing her sulTciings. shed-room. I could see Jack an' 'Mandv "Yes," front nf tne Ijne he had( gaincll It was I A SMAL excursion steamer was sunk in

l\t\ ,Elizabeth Her life with the Lanes was a hard one: playin'! checkers by the fire, an' they ''Ands'ithi her mother in religion?" I hi'j'idca to stretch completely) arounl tho victims I craze with tho fury of bat; I the Bluffs, Iowa.of Three Lake or Manawa.more of the near Council- .

,-jfibot; of a They were maliciously and wilfully cruel didn't notice Laty. I slipped out an' "Yes." I rear of Hooker and (ut him off from the Then the helpless hand 1 guide thrown into the water thirJ passengers -

,*/ nin<. I to her. More than once did I intercedeto I' kctched the little fellow up in my arms. 'And with her brother as to who is the river. Till the friend dagger, i drawn from the heart of a Two Creoles fought a duel with wer swords hi .. ..:. :

lUy, pass, save: her from the cruelty of Jack and ( 'You poor little feller,' I says, 'Lib best pitcher?" ', The night was dark and Jackson soon When I feast on the crimson tide.I the subub New Orleans, one l them re .

U,. As it 'Mandy Lane. didn't go to hurt you; Lib loves you "Yes." came upon the Union lines. Their infantry car the keys to the prison doors c ng wound in the l ( r8t .
'fa1)ac- _Her devotion to baby Lathan did not better 'n anything else on earth!' 'Then blow me if I can see what you'ieafraid drove him back, and as he returned halls where justice goesFor LATER returns indicat s.the defeat of tho .
., in the darkness his Justice is blind, and she heedelh not Prohibitionists in Texas over _
from his parentsmy: : corresponding "Then he coo-cooed in his cunnhi'httleway own solter by 1,0 ,
',11 :' a dirty \.In I of--Harpe's Bazar. \: The weigh of humanity's woes: .
)4; '; of theI0w kindness for Lib, his willing slave. I an' laid his wet little cheeks began tiring at their She Hears not the of the vots f
often met her carrying the mine in that like c.misc, mistaking; his party for the enemy. prayers prisonc A GOOD cpm crop Iz probable in Karftas, -
on 'ave
I hair heavy baby a way to broke A Bad Standing. i wretch Missouri and Iowa, but small fields .
!1! herl'arc around in her weak arms on the'mountain j my heart I was standin' in the cave- I Jackson was shot in the hand anclwriit, All the )'ear.for three score anti tEn, Illinois and i. ..
.. }: 1 trails. in' him when there "Do you know anything about the and in the upper arm .at the same time. While I rub the souls of the wheat and the Indiana .' 4
ic ro.id. so, come defcndentV the AT the launch of a large steamer inMilwaukee ..
bcht'd the When the time came for me to go j an awful roar. I saw Jack an' 'Mandy: of a colored witness. aked -counse His horse turned, and the General lost .To ruin corn the souls of men. the wave caused b her plunge -. .

Jtt ing atul away, Lib followed me far down the jump up, scared like, an' I stepped back I his hold of the bridle rein; his cap was into the water washed away the supports of. ..' .
( "I reckon he got one, boss. 'I brushed from his head by the branches: ; a coal shed, the roof of which was crowded .
% road unmindful of
1'l S. Herea"lunt dusty ) shrilly i into the cave with Latv an' then"- I the threads of the woven gold .
lancys "You don't understand me. Do you he reeled and in the of minlle with Three persons were instantly
was caught arms entitled
uttered wear pple. .
commands broke
to riirht Here Lib down cried
SI i quite and king t killed five and
k "' know anything about his standing with moment he With a that will choose were fatally injured, .. .
an a was .
straight; back for time before she said ofcer.fer lS"ghtet king ten hurt. -
., a long : the people among whom he moves." ,; wound To in a beggar's abut more were badly -
; "T' ex sleep
"You had better not too far, Lib" '! "Well the next minute was THE in the Northwest has .
: .1'1'au I. go everything "His stan'in'" ?" I I crumble the wall of p lan's grand, great drought .
fiundrej yards or more ahead of me I siidhen, we bad walket about half | was pitch dark. Jack nor 'Mandy, "Werrybad sal. :uinec, and a litter was brought. Just And build up hovels instead. caused numerous damaging prairie and forest .- .

i there stood a rough Jog chin, to I a milq; '" '.Mandy will so severe withsoil. the cabin nor nothin' was to be seen. "Bad !" I, Union artillery opelt; :gain While maidens and mothers with anguish fires. Sanduky. the county seat of Sanilac .
the! and a murderous fire came moan, County, Mich., been wiped out by the "
\door of which, before the girl reached i :There was the iwfullest roarin' an' crash- ; h .
"Yessah. Yoh see he hah a wooden And children for bread flames.
the the woods and the are crying ;
; l.jme, there came a slatternly)' woman, with "Oh, well, what if she is?" asked Lib, i in' ever I been! Me an' Laty an' Tobe leg an' natirally takes ter scttin' down." party through My vassals are shouting fiendish Ic .
of lhe bearers
tarkuess. One litter -
I.-jj-a dirty baby in her arms, and called, in a wearily; but her voice had none of its all cuddlec up in I corner of the cave, -MerchantTrarder.. From mountain, from forest,and fen, Washington. ....
sharp, rasping voice: "Lib! You Lib old defiant ring, and her bright eyes I out of our seven senses. I stumbled and fell, and the others were The liquid joy from the wheat and the corn, .

4 4, i j Dill! Wliar on airth arc vcThftchild *\ were red and downcast."I I "After awhile I crawled to the cave Practising--Economy. I frightened the; they laic storm the litter of shot on and the Is the river of death unto mt1Ant treaty SECRETARY with Great BAYARD B "at account a new fishing of tho -
,.4: I| was witliin ten feet of me should be sorry to have you suffer door. The snow an, wind was blowin' i who shall hinder'its surging tide Canadian troublesand ii negotiating for that '
Omaha Girl hail.
shell them like
: when the woman ( In reply she on mv account," I s\1: in. The cabin was gone; there wasn't a -"My dear, now that we 'I sweeping over it moans in a sullen roar? purpose. .

: W cried out, in an 'alh1 and irritated I "Oh, I don't but I reckon Il sign of it. Then I kuowcd thcre'd been are engaged, we should begin to take Jackson attempted to rise, but hisaiddecamp "The world is circled from jiole to pole, TiE Siamese- Prince and the four young .
practical views of life. ; llhl him down till :No strand, save Eternity's shore." sons of the King of Siajn called at the
tone I back need
., : "Hero I be:I"1 go now; Laty might me. a snowslide."I Whit
Lover-"So the of fire lulled. Forever and eweiit on, House .
I have and
"Accepted been tempest was hurit.s on Friday were presented
; "Whatye been doin'? Oh, I know jot thought I'd like to go a piece with yelled an' yelc for 'Mandy an' Then the wounded General And,ttit*world with woe doth fill.". President. te .
\ thinking. was helpedto
hangin'ontothc I stage, like t l' you.. I been thinkin' 'bout tint: little Jack hut there answer at first. For demons are building the high, .
"I feel much like ice rise and walked few in the glows SECRETARY will allow regl- ,
very having some a steps XDCOT I .
Want gill o'yourn to-day, an' I thought Enwrapped by the mist-s of .
J' .bYJelir ? Id By-and-by I heerd some one cryin'. ment of regulars, squads of cavalry, and
anothetlckin'c'h? cream but first I want to tell forest but he became faint and laid
m you me ; wao I gibber and laugh in ghoulish glee! ,
: kecr fer kind 'o like to scud her some-thin'. two battalions of artillery to take in the .
in the
yer lck I Jack's lantern was c\e. le'clj'st frankly how much you have in again in his Once he rolled to As I hide me away in my den: drill in p .
national .
}.child her it in this little box. ain't muchof money Jter. at Chicago _
. tossing unkempt hair dcVf got I been in there, covcrin' up the things pocket." the ground an assistant was shot, Whence eometh the souls of the wheat and
;. ivhilo but mcbbe like it i your ," Exrii EER GEORGE W. MELVILLE, of .
o ;:ne over her thiizi"Well ,, anything, she'l I i with old rags an' straw, an' we :1\a's .Just twenty-five cents, and no more and the litter fell. .Just then General: the coml. f Arctic fame, has been to the *-.
comin' fer like Whither the souls of promot IIloa
so I on a shelf in thcic. I got I coming until pay day." Pcndcr, one of his suboiduiatcs passe goeth. menPLydia el'. of engineer-in-chief .

you better care, miss!I"' cretl Lib hel out a small, flat pa"tcboard !I the lantern an' lighted it;' then J coveredLaty "It's so nice to begin figuring on x- He stopped and said ; -. Cdl_. IT takes the entire time of one clerk at the .

the woman angrily.! box. it was a bunch of presset :r all up good with the rags an' straw, of "I not hurt r* k of/the invitations
I penses living; seems a i we were hope }ou are seriously Workingmen and Drin *- Wht.Hou keep. :
The girl stood directly in front of me mountain flowers, tied together a an' made Tobe lay down by him. married. Have you only twcntyfive General. I fear I shall have to retire my niTe by t" ?rs; ., ,,,/since he indicated

now, fearless and unba .hed. With one I bit of faded green ribbon-Lib's one "Then I started out, an' I found cents left, dear?" : troops they are so much broken." T. V. Powtlerly gays in theL Journal d/[\ h'i""ma: Western
: United Labor: "In the City 0 hew York to visit
treasured bit of feminine .
angrymoveinentof her right finery. I i 'Mandy wedged in 'mong some rocks "That's But Jackson looked at : J tp.t" v
once and c alone it is notlen
swif hanll'l al. I up etimat.tht V in the West.and South. '
stripped her thin white arm "You've'took:'W cli cr()oil-by, mister: she !aic1 "bout a hundred yards down the moun "Well, we will get along with two claimed : thou a day ar spnt drink: fl( io .

loose calico sleeve that covered it, and more notice of me tain. She was cryin' an' goin' on awful, plates to-night, and you save the other "You must hold your ground, General one week; $i5OJO i one year.,: rf ge Ao -

1 held it before most folks takes, an' I won't fergit ye; ::, woman The she tuk on 'bout I II 'I' dispute it say one.b4t9t ,:i orehrn' '
out way for S. Pcndcr hold
me. poor I five cents nest egg, you know.- you must your ground, licemen of Jfew York City .1cn North .. -
_, "Look there an\l there, and there!'' I an' I'll try to remember some o' thethings I Laty was awful. She couldn't stand, an'I Omaha World. sir!" ; watch the ; a L ,.t ..4: H.vel-te "been .
she cried, pointing her .finger at three you've said 'bout me bein' patientan' couldn't get her up to the cave. I -- I I' This was the last order he ever gave. I. year? big.. .w. eCustoni for cc Canadian ofc-ui
good, an' all that. They'll do to tell Iand I at last 'I'm goin' the spent'fuJi -' wards Island. -
110ng, discolored marks on the upper part i ) says A Fond Father.An He was borne some distance to the nearest money rn e ITects i viol

,4. ( arm. 1)0 you think I keer fer Laty some day. I reckon I'm 'bout as down to Crystal Camp for hell' over-indulgent and recklessly ex- house and examined by the surgeon, expenses of on ur ,, .Mitchims e Can customs law fine by of 1400 for -
York could be ,
anyof her lekin's after that ? she asked, good as Il evr be. This ain't much of ,I 'You can't,' says she, awful feeble trvagant father was lately heard to say and after midnight his left arm was amputated VfJLfl were .not sav&i"i--de '' ; ; &, i' ,

' with an cxpre> pitiful to see in the I a place folks to'grow decent in. I like. to his son, a tender youth of twenty-five, i at the shoulder. ards, thieve prostituteJJ. Thic t! ::1e( shocks*of earthquake have"beenJpnat I .

face of a girl of fouterl year I anything should ever! happen to Laty Icl 'I kin,' says I, 'an' I'm goin', too.n' six feet three in height: When Lee was told that his most for policemen's nettet -' r Algeria. A number. of '

: "What Lib bill run away from here. I I I jest "Xow Hub in like the trusted Lieutenant had been 1 (XJO go over the :
. ? ye coin" ? screamed ; .\ now, 'Mandy, says \ou ImH'fup i JOI'l Jc1 wountecl. ct were droye
1 the woman, see yc, an1 vc'd better I My heart ached for the forlorn little till I git back ; you jest think-o' Laty. smart young!>rc--.you when yer a lie was greatly distressed, for dare one day to assert- ; .TnxK have been settedbyaUnitedStates

\ look out!" creature, as J watched her climbing the You're his ma :n' he needs you ; think min' to, an' hoc ncm live acres o' Inters, tions between them were almost tender. one-fit thy w th, : cruiser i the Bearing S ,

.. "I said I was going to show' them i mOlntaino in her rags, while I held in my o' that. An', 'Mandy: ,' s.iS I, 'if I don't I an' hill-up that 'ten acre lot o' cor an' i Jackson has lost his l left arm," said: ingmen in N t.Yo I I' 'A J in London destroyed Whiteley's '.'
marks to everybody I ('oulc. long as they ]huid: the one poor possession she valued git back an' you git out o'hen-all right, weed out that acre o' onions, an' grub I Lee,"but I have lo,t my right arm."-,M. leaving uay for drink Sunday, they warehouses enormous drapery, causing and a general loss of stores$1,250OXI.a.( '

; wa there,'' said Lib me. "She give Ii most.My )'CI n'lHmher that Lib Dil ain't no hardfeclin's out that back lot, an' cut yer ma her win- Nicholas.rigeonToed. spend out Jg*-m Up-money< I., Three employees and two firemen were killed

'em to me fcr 1'rcaki.he:1' old cracked !. : i business took me to a small mining ain you nor ; an' if I do git ter's stove wood an' split a thousand !as was 1OJovertw, %ff of the' by falling fifty feet, and many other men .

teacup. It ain't fair fer her to lick me : ( five mils distant, where I was to back, au' you don't -'it out o' here, you rails, an' weed the turnip patch and doa Men and Women. Knight.of Labor in nine year -In six wek' were in .

like that fer an old cup, is it, mistcrr"( 'all for a It was: the first of remember to your la-t breath that Lib few other little chores, I'm blamed if I to the Xew York corre- they $tIOO-nearly( three time 8"'I'I A SEVERE earthquake shock has been felt

There I Dei-ember) befoio I rould "('t a day for my will be mother to baby.' won't give fifty cents to to the According much money as army organized workers throughout the island of
came a wistful expression tothe I nil} a your you go stmdcnt of the Albany Argu*, nine men tho Knights of Labor; have spent from CyrAVAST
] I I
intended the an' an'covered with! Yes I will An' if i fire raging a at forest on
1 circus
child's face, a wistful and pathetic- I depasture.: starting I brought straw rags you'l out of ten are, pigeon-toed. I have the day the general assembly was first called

quaver in her thin voice. as she pointed ;I I iii iii. On I the afternoon of the second, 11'1 up the best I could. She lay hoc down the jimson weeds in i!1 made the every same remark before, but I was to order up t the present day; and in one the German-Belgian frontier. -
in the low- lit: break one's o' seed I'll throw in the workingmen of New York alone I i THE cholera in Italian tw
to lot ten
with her bare aria toward the stagecoach signs of .a storm wen fI'l'n still, crvin' In' goin' on acre corn the other with its year City ]:1 i sprang
day anew
liTd covered '(;00.1- impres'cc will have spent tor beer amj, rum $15UX,0)0() THE wheat crops of France and Russia :
which had li.uiging clouds that thesnow heart. I bento\cr her an' saie: cents cxtry that you.kin layout in a .
: appeared: again on a :I truth. Something prompted me to keep or enough to purchase anlh.|llir' a fft-das reported in good condition,
distant part: of the ]ia o mountain; peaks. The snow lay smooth I bv" 'Mandy; Im.goin'. Icmmy-nade an' peanuts! Blamed if I tally of a few pedestrians on my mental telegraph line of their own; $l.>, ), MADAME a former of ..

"Do 3-ou know, mister, that i I could :11 white on all the m-mntain sides and .She ( all : but shcfluiig don't blccve in payrents lettin' their chidren abacus. I was walking up Broadway, enough money to invest in such co-operative I I operetta., ELUJ. in a queen coach in

only do it, I'd hang on to that ol coach I'| was feared that another fall would her one free arm round my n".v: an'kissed have some enjiyment in this I and quite a bustle and rush of people enterprises a would forever end the strike }France, wa whe robb of a valise containingvaluables
roads that made all right Tid-Bits. and lock-out a means of settling disputes in
some time till it had carried me clean I make the mountain impassable. me, an' i to the success of my observa- labor circles.8' worh 110,0.

away from here?'' I watched: with dismay that gatheringstorm 'tween me an' '31and Lane. Livin' or I contributec. of the first twelve of whom I I I HON. JAKE G. BLAIXB has been visiting -

on the afternoon of the third. By i dead, I ain't nothin'agin her. She Was Ready to Lend. various interest in Ireland. :
leave your pnrents? I asked. took notice seven toed out at varying Temperance News and Notes. pit
"Parrcjits"sh! (> "Them aint three ('ce, it was snowing fast; the i "I went haCk; *o the cave, and made Borrowing Neighbor-"Have you a angles from forty-five degrees to about SIOR BVr a noted Arctic explorer,

inyparrcnts; snet'rcl1 own 'cm if they i shojt day was nearly done; ity grow- j Tobe lay down by Laty. 'Don't you drawing of tea to lend me this morning, five. Two toed out with the right foot Catholic THE seventeenth Total Abstinence annual Union onvention of America of the scide at Verona. Italy. .

"'ac. an' her man's I i ing dark in the natYow gulch: the viiilinotn"l move.' sins I to the dog and he won't. Mrs. Greene?" i! alone. Two more kept their pedals ad- was held in the city of Philadelphia, Wednesday -I -
fheain'tlokinatal and down the black: ; him n' all covered up Mrs. Greene-"Indeedlhave not, Mrs. 3. TAX PHOU LEE and Miss Elizabeth
only fome forty-fifth c'ousin or other of' up IOIg TIly'lli11 I valuing on parallel lines, and Aug.
my dcad-an'-gone mother but they're 1! ramo-is; the stunted pines ; thei IHler !I fll an' rags behind a later box Maloney." one person was flatly and unequivocallyi THE British Medical Temperance Asocia I Jerdine were married at New Haven Jrecently'

jist as mm h kin as I want 'cm; to be." i i mountain: !c'lled.frowning down on the: in a coiner of the cave where Laty c'm't"c't : Mrs. Maloncy-"Then have you a cupful i "pigeon-torll" I took no further obser ton now numbr::o members, all total ah Yan Phou Lee was one .

helplfs little I i mmingramp, and the siio'fell out. I ain't worried none 'bout him, of sugar against next Saturday night, tiner. 8socat abstaining;
The words were uttered with .coin, I \atiol: ( hue. feeling that the test me'l-I a number of young men selected
antI fa; tl'r. but Jack O'Mandy sure? iaI stUlento among
and on Lib's face malignant: fa.tel ( had been a fair, one, and thatit .'
was a Joo1 average to
: I vt: bv the window of the otc( in "\e-," siid: Lib wearily, .1 little lat )115. Greene-"Xot a drop of sugar THE Washington Sentinel says: in IHtO by tho Chinese Government
that no face should w car. would be safe to lay down the in Maine,
young girl's a'iol tion has destroyed brewery
mountain hotel and lied did haan awful pull to git have I in house Mrs. Maloney. every for college -
"I me this a
Unmindful of the woman's command: the ltle I ter, : that'nine men out of every: ten, a'I said Vermont and Kansas, and is n-iw engaged in be sent to country .
t lie \ light disappear.: By four oYloek here but I kuowcd e,' foot of the way.It Mrs. Maloncy-"And could you sl spire: that Government changed
to "Come right straight, here! Lib ":;-rt, ca' ; 1) are pigeon-toed meaning in a qualified uv'.ioly crusade in lowl"THp education. The
down on a rock near me, rested I her -hin! *it wa: .roue and the storm haul: ])r'II'I1: was lucky I sr.ak-hcd my old cloak the children two or three slices of bread sense that the nine turn their feet at any beer pro luction of Jermany in 1SS5 is its mind and recalled them alL Yan
.'I t',; daikcr'n Mack o' hla"k cats and shawl when '\1flfl(1V drove me out, till me old man gets his pay?" sill to have amounted to lhi'JtX1() J) gallons I '- '
in one ol her thin asked : : other angle than the right one. 'I have .
himself -
all than outlawed by
1 th- I a regular cyclone I'l .'' Mrs. Greene-"We haven't so much as enough to make 0 lake more one Pbou Lee
"Whcre'"ou '' winls hlO\n' or frle spoken of men along, as no one oughtto "
from? slid: l :it nine (I'clock..t Before noon the next day Silas Kay, a crust of br ad in the house,,ashamed amI that.l would be mile square and sixty-one fet deep. to renew his studies at Yale. He -
"From New England, I :ail and I sat alone by down from the mountain it." suppose so ungallant THE whisky pool of Kentivky: "prohibit" I ,
.\ ten o'clock he the landlord, came: to say this a prize for .
to scrutini/e the attitudes of graduated ,
* i'Purty ain't it? as the manufacture of whisky until I year takig'
country, ? vMid had in his "Then in heaen'sblessed .
'. The gone Laty tenderly Mrs. Maloncy-- ;
. .UVery this time of the ollieetov< carrying hal) shoe leather for the Ungenerous purpose is*>\ They have #>.000OuO) gallons of old proficiency in political economy, his
pretty inteec and it "topped now child asleep with what have at all at .
down a little, 1l1 strong .. name, you bourbon on hand. Why not prohibit until
the 'Uyou of the results to the .
October. publishing public. I
year..1': It was, :\ reached and law another for proficiency ., .
hear the face. Lib ? tory, .
". I was waiting: to the tears on his pretty all $ "
il But I haw reliable information whichto li
ever been Ea..U"? I asked."Mel" the landlord for the himgently Greene "We' house full of on advocate, I besides awarded the -
\ that unpleasant of : "vain' garrulous< up her arm" baby. Siaslaid Mrs. e 1 affirm that ladies do not walk correctly Richard T. Booththe temperance in Englsh being
Lib laughed: side "Ireckon and scarlet fever has returned to Boston after a seven years
down her : measles and Phou
.' laugh She stood on a )o\ll1'r. wa.tc'lin" nH. "if !1 by !ait. mumps will 1 in respect t( toeing-out any more than tour of the world. In the course of his labors I scholarship pri'e. ,;.' ..
> 1 Which
: good right to 1m asamivbody to
agin. ". i he was saying y I:1 'ou've as a plenty spare. you
and that in childhood million His book, When
and far to the w( ( ant men, moreover, Mr. Booth ha in.luee over h personsto Lee 26 years old
away ole jitnatchclly his father i f.
iitel lkcme that: thar cattymount \ now. bringin' ?
TIl're this fault might easily be corrected. To sign the been"published. .
where mountain peaks roedark I has
a line of Scotland! subsided I Was a Boy in : just
an'"mother Chin\
The quietly
and unbroken in the m up :an'-great clrlt down-lleI1" borrowing neighbor : a person giving due attention to the matter The brewers of Pennsylvania have forme *. ? ..' '
cl.tUle. that girl and her .' National. .
intcicst Chicago '
'1c'c'u hear Mv I the result will soon be perceived in an association to fight /
Mister," she said, "I Il-c'r : and tood led to take them with a "Trade .- ...
State convention
lie jumped to .lus f'e stIl :< charge me -- better and and their call for a say: -
tin' for r carriage more elasticity
beyond them mountings in all tly. in a listening attitude. me when I left Crystal 'amp, and I A Stem Winder. ". freedom in is placed in such ,a position that we must THE of beer is A .

of my life. Crystal City lays at the; "What i< it':" asked, eagerly. "I did finally turned them over to some wc'althiyfriends watchmaker's step. .tight or die" birthplace Egpt .... !
Stiggins was passing a ,
o'that an' I born there. That I Here is a story from an 'English paper has been discovered on whch _
range, was; of mine in the East, who were papyrus
lie not- I establishment, and looking into the window A Mreat }: moral There is a certain -I
ndnru which carries own :
stage coach this Sollfr' {( jt' hh for loung- .
goin'down 1t'-S J : and calloused and able to provide for a father reproaches son -
"Sh-"h-shl": he held his red both, willing he noticed a very pretty girl at the j i C. the in large boarding school for boys in England -.
further I ccra private Company
cast by noon than hand as a sign of silence. and them. counter.HaT'he. B Tlwc where we have seen sixty an'
north up K of Pennsylvania "Bucktails -
From 'Qlfr
, this rock Ian sec further i, their desks and fine, merry,strong, .
them at
the tlo" Sharp A few days in and ; From the Egyptians the art '
toward This was ten years : soliloquized go much '
East ? tip-toed gently "Il who has been medal ber.
-*outh than I Me been I ago. just granted a by clever lads they were. l" . t" Better ak if I ain't everas.been tcr college too!t" and clear rose= a prolonged cry aof one since I received a from Lib Dill, I Ii I take look at her under pretext or I President Cleveland, must have been a drin whatever are placed on the table,and of brewing beer descended to the Ethiopians.

c j who is now a school teacher in a new I I i other." and wine merchants send r
chool in of constitution.
, j't1m1. wonderfully vigorous sveral brewr While the Romans :
here"Idon't*' suppose you have a : "Somebody's) in trouble!'' cried the !, town of one of our Western States, inwhich I I He entered, and was waited on by the I ian special acts for whir'h the medal>\as thirsn there for education. despied' .' .
could. .
I said, us gently as I thrust alighted ;, has to I Africa temperance beer, the Germans of the north 'of Ii
he she says that Laty grown father. AT Port Elizabeth, South a -
of landlord: as hurriedly young granted were for in the battle I .
"Mister, the only boy or girl his and that she ladys '' I continuing demonstration was recently held a ,'1 its good '; : '
Im o' here. candle: into his lantern, threw on greatcoat be a bright and good boy, I do for you? of the wounded : i Europe- fully appreciated .

school llaveyoii'any age children size in-ten mister mile?" of buffalo skins and started for the hopes to make a good man of him yet. "I want to get a key for my watch," for participation'Videress the aft(1 battles of Spottsyl- procession with badges IIj) banner strong parading the i tow t b I qualities. At present the yearly production .. .. ..j

She also alludes to a certain young he stammered, feasting his eyes on the to '
"I have door. i vania, North Anna River and Bethesda to induce Parliament enlarge throughout the world amount ; .
:, three, I Mid. I followed him, pullingonmy overcoatancl farmer, between whom and herself there young lady. L| Church while suffering from his wound, mae ara in which the sale of Ufliors i prohibited. .- ,
"Got a little mebbc? We had taken mutual interest watch said the In where th're is population hecolters'Eng4nd -
thankful mittens as I went. appears to have sprung up a "Let me see your Aid for escaping from the Confederates Barharn. t 10,00,0 1 ;
: "Yes," I Mid7a little girl, but a few steps from the door when thecrv which has led to plans which, if watchmaker.As j I while being from Libby of 2,0 i a grog-iop for every I taking the lead with 4,OOo' ..

I that she was not as this child was. ?., was repeated. I could not tell fromwheilec i carried out, will result in her having a if in a dream he took out his watch. 1 I prison to transported by from ten of ihbitt of th. l3'coun- J''
and fifteen
mister hundred
One .
I "Mebbc lhc's 'bout my size, it came, but my companion'stense home of her own. "We are all-Laty I The watchmaker examined it, and said- ] a train and making his jumping themountains ties in Georgia have adopted Prohibition .

: "She is, I said. ,, of hearing was more acute and betel I i!' and the farmer and I"-she says, "very. with surprise: into West Virginia: and thence' or high The eihN' News THE latest swindle perreta ty '.' : s.-

"Wt1.now, mister," sail Lib. slowly like trained than mine. happy i planning for the future that "Why, your watch is a stem-winder.:' j I back to his command.-JVnc York C'vtn-- iDem). which lce. in ore of the counties lotion ,'ender come from Eatern' ,' "l
"how W0tI you trail he r '' L. llarlour inThuth's how he that have neither Prohibition nor high :'< ; '
from the Red Mountain fair. Stisrg'ins don't remember got -where -some cal ;
"It's promises s -J I merciaf.t districts Pennsylvania, l.waJ
fer would I all the country .
her to ] ? How YOU doin' thecllin' says: "In .
me that's remember that the lk'n'
b 1kc the Companion. out hut he does young "
, person i t there the greatest to ladieswhich
. like fcr be licked fer not 11 1, said, isgittiu':l' mighty weak." 0 lady smiled audibly at his discomfiture. Northern California has a character where satisfaction Prohibition with prevails it. Labor is, far more I sold a preparation i : .- ." 1
; considerable
: like I am? -\ weak indeed, was the person Wfelly. nicknamed Jack reliabK and crimes of Tiolen--e are much I believed 1 have contie. <

; .. I shuddered at the mere suggestion ol ", Very we had heard. WeI A San Francisco concern is making -JeeUI' "Strychnine through freuuent. There are evidences of thrift concentr te(11e' They used. it o_ 1 r "
for takinir that le
. such whoic. pitiful cry. of coal ashes and his capacity clr of where there were only indications .
contingencies. Lib went of brick out the Crackers.It prosperity ., -:!
. ",drea I reckon I I found her hal-bured 1.1 great dnf pressed These bricks have stood the Driving which he consumes a spoonful a;i dose.If of neglect and The people their faces, and wherever \uche '.
.OU wouIln"t like it, hey side. we cinders. amusing sight, a few weeks. he cut his flesh and I let d.oq lies and pvery. the future in off. j
not. that little girl oi: t now far up fell severest tests for and are made was an : = : seem to b happier the, elj peeled. 4 -. ;

Wel ( hope what Tin I lient o'er her the rays of the lantern strengh since, to see one of those ctJf upright, the wound t animaldiC". mon lopfulrr '_ .. : ;': I ,
our'l7trt be like I am nor the thin, pale face of Elizabeth without baking p .' '. .: : .
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-- IN COUKTT )[ Truby, Sternbur:: & (','s Hardward store. I Jyl1la .\. Crosby Were d and w.;c.c .
-, .' there are things to discourage I tcnda ti
,. I. C. WEBB.Editorjand .ined iiie-
J. Aug. 3? I He i iit theoripuati.r of lIe) Stark famed r---- I all 8pect11ter In said
Proprietor, persons dropping: out lwcluse..f: t Thsm the 1st Monday October A. D.. iS?'* t
__ The Board met at 11 pares, or perhaps' some) Tucker. 11(' i is-no'v agent for the popular $ OF MOt UKAI'SU: IKSawtMl I being Court the House ant day of MM month hifcX15*

l nter I.',the pout offl--e. af Bt4rlul 8:Cond. book entitled "W. L'. Barnes learning Drow.J Y M')\ Pine> I door in tbe town of Stark:1n
with mut <
Present, L. Witkovski ; as H is tuo Jut iu life I Bedford county. to the blghILl '
F Vi class l matter the to dance," sau.p'ie copies 5ftc. of Hescnptlan and I iuda1edTn"aldEi the foUowi diacji
smith, Q. W. McKinqey. they need not try. Among Lumber every I Il (>rt *
priua if paid iu advance HH ,.rick las man in South ball of Couiity to 1rJt'
lp1 Subscription drews, and M.. R. Beasley.The /, > there were 32 pfl'Hons over 60 Mr. bright young Quality six. the lfortb East .""ner of ..

( r 11.50 if not Pldll.ln a.lyanoe$2.00. Kach chairman called 5 over 10, ,and one under 15. one eye, his looks at once show his ternperanient. Lath, Pickets, Raikng firacketa Fast: Townjhf sucb ale te"f'n.being for South the pul'JJOtoe Range tw...
bla of"
subscriber wil} t>e notified when I He is a fine ma-, thinksa Lumber constant on said decr
., der. yong and Finishing
At of the grudpnted.
request "s i in the largest ever Sale within the
I hours
subscription i," out by 4 large cross afterhla deal of himself and offers his 0'co't hand. proscriVd bTHOS. ,
clerk brought the of 880 .mlrftl 6024.) great ) .J4JEsT.
class .
tht } ;H
ordered plbprwlse .
ami if not X. BUCKJ. wr1J4
\I the name, will be promptly sloped when had received from I Inter classes ari nuch larg r, that photos for s!le ut 2-"to a piece.:_ JST'Specia! attention given to Filling Solicitor for ComplalD4ne..t.t 111. .

paper lt. .
St'pt. &
Orders with() Dispatch.
held 17th 1887
he subscription expires. August is 30.000,

*. ... --- county site. Only BIZ fonr fifths are Indies Chnutau-r
will Scroll
Short articles of public interest
.v being found fa the Clerk's h wonderful place. it" is on lake ,
)e received with pleasureand published,
e from precinct NO. 1, \ which u 20 mi en l lLli with "Xl) : t
writ make IX
but in writing, plainly CIRCUIT l.'OURT'1Ih'JUDIC'I.L
., found therein of about 2 miles.
envelope width )
your story an short as possible. People Vegetable and OrangeORATES OF FLORIDA BRADFORD
York. The returns is at the bead of the Uke. Erie .I C01nfrT.
..do not care to read 1*>"B winded articles. : CHANCERY. ",

.,. -- precincts wera then ouly P miles distant, Uiis.., village AARON L. SCOTT.

Starke, Fla.. Hep- 10, ((887. turns and result found to ', seat of Chautauqua county \8 }f r bin tor Dlyo-
aa.n.uacalftlCft. ELtKJr Soon. -
; .. -- Starke, Lake Jamestown. at the outlet i is a city '
We wou'd' reppfdly call the attention V VMfVAfAtratttV ... A SPECIALTY. DEFENDANT IN IRE ABOVE
'. .' No.1 99 18 1O,000aod a place of consider .nIP notifted 8'r:

; ;. of farmers nndfi n't growers to the *dft. 4' 2 6 237 here one can see how a :I % has filed his bID of complaint agalnstb that Comp
1. iJ ALSO 'FOB SALE court as a non-reoident. and
pf Geo. Gardiner fruit tree m&H- .. 3 0 73 10.000 can regard the law of the I imA plead answer or demur thereto tbat b,

Persons' having thule dollars iu lljeir 4 3J 83 is the U. Monday of October. D., 1887 the lilt
; no one permitted to. pass !!. therein will be taken aa confessed

possession may now koep then) aa reHcI.i S. 5 23 112 .no boat; can laud at the wharf: I, I g., I (,I" il I \' the cause proceed ex-parti to final by W'1
0 under my hand aollJ
I i ,
The Gtoveruuient's prom.iaa to redeem 6 82tt 27 SaliUth. Take it all in all, and I \\1 court thia 31st.day of Augu?- <

coin limited to 8. of J ; J\l/) 1887. .
that was September 17 75 5 Chautauqui: at the head IL F.
wL YOiuc
8 : Ct
\4' Take your Clqllty paper. Do not be t siiminur resorts. Solicitor for
Total 990 Sturkf oq its victory in Aa,vike b.aIth. p.rbps Ilk..amt.taehp&cbce Complainant. i jSHERIFF'S
without it. Whatever thor ; LAID
papers may u4 be UM you get the QenuIDe.See ACRES 010'
Whereupon the Board the seat. ihit.4 X frmMIUati sad the full title ,
be to the worjil jt IS the paper for you. ; county
ou front of wr$pp r, and on the side
I.) It advertises your business-it is your interest lowing order viz: S. C. THOMAS. : tIae .al und signature of J. H. Zellln* SALE

.. Co,,.I"cht abort fac-simile. Remember there Suitable for Orange Groves, in Lot VlBTURE OFAN
to it. It advertises your or 6th, for By EXECUTION is
support Drawn Sept .
Juror .& Simmons liver
ip o r cennlne Regulator._ be wanted of the Circuit Court of the
I ..' homes-it is your duty t( sustain "it.. It Bradford County. J f pradford Count of 10 acres and "P, as may cial Circuit for Bradford County. Fiori Fourth. -,

:; and cannot' it Commissioners of said l H. RIVERS Nov 1-tv. 1st day of September. A. D., 1887. in tnL'. .
knows you ignore aIADJUitOfl5: W.
you Town of Starke and 7
against J.L. Wya
-. 0 Neither it or you, can Ire. independent of day of August A. D.,- 1 Ruben Sulivan. Jones and R. :l. Dowliny. I hare leTitfJ1.
met in pursuance of law DEALER IKODIEtir will offer or saie at the Court House
your neighbor-your interests are almost Wiley Roberthon. WHY? Starke.on Monday the 3rd day of OcwSTi .
of canvassing the returns GOODS woen the legs hours of sale all the .
Hence the citizen who i iafcare.- e Ute.
Identical. held in- T J Wilks. go outside of the state tot\ summer resort interest which J. L. Wynn had on the iS.

less to his OWL welfare is blipd to the the different' ) Davis Caivon GOOD MoRcING. ANDGROCERIES to spend your vacation when you have of July A.D.. ''.In and. to he followta?, :
county on the 17th day: of Summer cribed real estate to wit: Lots 15 and 18 lit
t\ worth of a county paper and rarely succeeds V E Sapp. one of the mon deligbrfull 3 DowUng'ddltfoo to Starke
1887 for the location of nn. places In own state at. NEo(SE buiox I" -
at any IIulertaking.-c1utnge.' Watering your of Section 29 Township *
!f, sam Bradford county in B Wells WHITE SUM-HUR Sntraos, 22. in the county Bradford State of c r

,I' Mr. Elijah Jones of Hampton district Wm Shearley, Starke Florida. Sold to satisfy: said Execution and aft
Present Loulg \ ; on the beautiful SuwAinee River in Terms cash. Purchaser paying for Title,I
;. in this county tuys he h.s an orange tree :3. W. Mckinney M. R. Thomas, Wm Reddish In three Hamilton Co. The watefc of this spring 1st. 1887. HENRY WT EPPERSOT

planted by himsdf .from the seed nine Smith and John S. J T Jooes, are noted for their great Curative qualities Property pointed Sheriff out byfrlalntiff-s of Bradford at Co

10 and constitute one of the finest pools or .
old of the following dimensions
years PETIT JunO 8.
upon examination sulphur water to be found in this country. o.
t.: 0 feet from the ground it measures 231 returns of the election T J Durdeo .it the Springs is a first class hotel with mil

it b feet through! from side to side 26 feet dry of August A. D., .lI. W C Rozier ample accommodations for hot cold and "llow-mba

high and two feet from the ground precincts of said county f \. D B Knight more weeks plunge baths. Reached by the F. R. & N. IlL I tree

;1': 4 meassuresB feet aound. He says his to Welborn thence by hack line. 8 miles
:1.1 the site thereof. i R
1 county R Wyan. over the beautiful hills of Middle Florida. t
neighbors estimate the crop the present the whole number of ,, Z D EugFer.O Cheap round trip excursion tickets including r.s I

(j year at ,50J) nice bright oranges. election was eleven : *, E Pace. I hack fare from Welborn to the t for .

Mr. Jones resides on Lake N.vLrrf'e of which number I ktnlLn. R T Knight. Springs now on sale at* nil F. R. & N. Lj I

l t about \\ miles R Math west of Hampton ticket offices. For fuilbur information
hundred and ninety.' ? F Edwards Jr., the StarkeTelegraph
t ,
to F. It. & In. agents or 1-
apply any picket
not far from the celebrated Fort harley
five hundrsd and RIVERS & JOINER
tifty ( I Mansel JCJhn ou. write to O. K. Paxtli. Prop. White .

tree of which su much has been said. received seventeen and ; Sulphur Springs Hotel \i'\hite Sprizigs Fin.Juiy .
-. Killed fty (:t "r l1e.. ri 1-
I 1UOOO 9th 87 3m
having produced. oranjjes one teason Sturke: has received a .
it was auiruumi that a STARKE, FLA.
0 and miny seasons (from 5.000 to 8,000 than
votes anyother place
-- whose father CJs.lo.MADE
i I. As an indication of the lar;e amount majority of votes cast niiia u-uued Kuevals DRUGS AND CHEMICALS i THE FAMOUS
law partner of the late President ,
; ::: : of travel to the Ricuic Coast, a recent Stake is hereby PLYMOTH ROCK $$3 PANTS ,
was found\ dead In his bed In '
dispatch from Cliicuijo says;-" ehrcen to be duly and legally of TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES I '
4 ,' city. Ho was u young man Cut to order from
700 and 800 people leave Chicago ty site of said Bradford
every selected -
and seemed a healthy and Lt. clot tea carefully 'b.--- j
week with California excursion tickets in State of Florida and lque. '- i>r vie and wear. "
& '
young man. (Indeed, so strong PATENT MEDICINES, c, "F1 Eve y pair guaranteed iiI
r: their pockets.! The trans-continental nized and regarded as and MOSCT PROMPTLY
it hard for his 'LOBIDA RAILWAY AJ
appear that wus \ or a new
?: piisseugt ageni who is authority for these from and after the dale will be all VIIESCRWTIONS nFFULL'Y 1 pair KEFJ-MDCD made. It goods
to believe that he died a natural
t: figures &iiys thai two years ago the average It is ordered that COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS. are returned as unsat NAVIGATION COMPANY.TIME .
"*.' His wus so much a isfactory.
*v, was mil above 100 to 160 per week Board fuinish the bbeiiff case mysU.ry CARD IN EFFECT AUGUST 10, !
friends caused an autopsy to be
out of Chicago. This traffic pays about wil'i a certified p lio You Wear All Trains. Run by SlOth Meridian Time(Con rfRwidnp.

$60.000 every seven days into the railroad declaring Starke to he by distinguished surgeons, which WESTERN DIVISION. i
the fact that he was killed by IIRUGSTORE. Shortest and Quickest Route to New Orleans i
; offices for excursion tickets and there is said county in&tauter, a I
: PANTS Southwest. Direct Connections to Polo
of which he *as an excessive at i
s. ,
no apparent let up in the California aid officer, Sheriff and printed West and Northwest.'a"
bis allowance being sixty. .
.i boom.- i records of his mea's A.M.time. "p" means P..-- ,.
found that the functions of the : Teil ua about what
Starke located as the like send us Read do
1 : The Tune is informed coke you
Jasper reliably .
that it had be- ,
aforesaid ;ere so impaired lyocT WAIST, HIP and No 10 No.2. No.1. Nrf l"4*
\ .. that an aged man of perhaps 75 summers county"as feeble and its feeble flutter- _- INS!OK LEG melUlUR't, 12 10 p 7 30 p Ar Jacksonville. 7 iS a 8
suitable offices will be organ 100* 6 IOpArBaldwiD..LT8! Z1 & 41 .
I :: '" by the name uf f Hunt of Columbia county fij'.c congestion of the brain, home. together with $3 and 35 cts.for postage for prepaid 8 55 a 5 Z4 P Ar Lake City....Lv 9 67a 6,1 ,

., for and in consideration of officers as required express and packing. Or send 6 cts., Ithtr 7 'ta 4WpArUT.O k...ArlOa, 7\\
.one.gold"Witch clerk conic, which caused his to us or to ihe office of this paper and a package IS a3S pAr Madison -ArlJ' Yo_
also issue
valued sold delivered notices of samples will be mailed you. icc1udin a Monticello ..Arr" '.
at $20. and Tbu habit of smoking cigarettes 5 't5 a 3 (O p Ar I. -
good linen tape measure we havt. deposited '
Judge aud as
S ioa 1TgpLLlI1asaee.J.2
c 7. his young wife to one man by .the name when he was a boy, and with the Proprietors of this paper a number pf 1 50a 12 21pArQumcy....., 09p t '

r of Hurst. of Bradford county. The said of this order and that time the deadly undermining .--( .. these packages: for sale at six cents. 18 01 pll 25 P Ar Rlnr Junc..Ar 406p SI"
be furnished them .hi.OOp 10.20&Ar riaDna..Ar ,
: as 5.O7p 4JZl
wife having abandoned the first. nand \Q\eQ on until he died. Physicians J. L. GASKINS PLYMTOH ROCK rANTS co. S.OOp &i5 a Lv Do Funisk Spr.Ar 705p t

w.dded the tatter; some months agq. same It is to.further be served ordered by the declared: that the cigareltJ, as made DEALER IN 19 Summer St., Boeton, J lies.. i2.i5p 3.00 p 5.15 SAXIa a Lv LT Pensacoa.Ar Floinaton..Ar hI.59p 15.10 p U LBJ,,

hence the first immtfu/only relinquished! this is & Medicine lOOaLv Mobile ....Ar .:a l
in country a deadly
this Board be and l U 8 00 Lv New Orleana..Ar
P 7.20 a
: Homestead Now Notice ot DUolutlon.
his cladily is the
ea- \s1j with
: : lfetcConstJtulion. notify the Secretary of compared wind tobacco used iStarkeFla. 7.2Qa 7.50 p LT Montgomery..Ar 7.15 a ul

,_ ,.-tongtte I-! .tt forms is harmless It is said that The copartnership heretofore existing.. t.M p 141aLyEvansvino.p 7.27 a Lv Nash"lDer ...40D Ul
of location of the 12.45p 1.10a Ul
the te ) J. ). Truby and W. Ellery Davis under 8.35 12.3A Lv Louisville.... tS
:.: f"mQqa p\Uig n.-llau "t brand of cigitreiluu contain other T Physicians' PrescriptionsAtrcfutiy p a Ar t2** ]
i .. & .' 'pIlla ty AS promulgated in this the firm name of Truby & Davis is this 815* 8.20 pLv CluclnnatL...Ar O.SSa Ul
AII 1S. than the nicotine which Compounded at all wttr14-dalj, innight ...
.. business man wl'e f' c rther.D. $!% tit w poisons day dissolved by mutual consent. 'LIOa 7/JOpL.vSt Louis .Ar 7AOa iSsi -
sising contains. J In addition to this The business will be J. 0 P 3.40 P.Y Chicago..Ar .. ,
\ continued by
the world says: ca. \ No 9
_. pT P rs, estflaT July 26, 18"0n1.. 1 and U daily.No and IQ daily. -
:., .. : newspaper is publjs1edurfl' .WI1Oe tat. 't iT' .leUe smoker usually inhales tim time to send M. Truby. S. J. bternburgiacd E. Strong Through Bleeping cars op \and 2 to N."
-* : meeting under the firm name of ?ruby, Sternburg ean '
':. \: advertise in it, even;Ifa the : 'anl Ik fact Sty.8ito as thus di-po itiujj the poison which & Co., who are authorized to settle the F.ILandN.siespiagcaraon9aI "

.. Co' canl sUting his naotv 0glad' to h tt'rr r ,ns in tic, ineaibrancc of the throat U. D. MINER accounts of the late firm. ) Funiak Springs.

-' he is engaged in.. .144o1F, cooking1t ; i "Si and ordered ii '. Tue evils of cigarette smok Thanking you for the very liberal patronage SOUTHERN DIVISION. I j
Shortest and
quickest route
advertiser but letaTQ price. i to well known to medical men extended to us. and soliciting a GHneevilie. ?
eopn 4QCUSt A. D. continuance of the same for the firm Lecsburg,and to all points to South Florida
fm new
4 know that the town in whIch yxJShc his tV is reported that at a recent exiua- Head up. Read
hiJto j Tb-: Lo-u we remain Yours very truly. Not. No8. .
t is a prosperous community of for candidates for West Point all in advertisments J. \ No7. )
.olesome rYUUQt1 TRCBT. 10.15 a .()p Ar Fernaadtns....Li 10.10
men. As the seed i if' sown. 80recomj t.'e men were rejected upon whom your W. EULKRY: DAVIS. 7.45 a 2.45 p Ar Callahan .....Ar 1IJ7
8t.nnd. dinner 5.80* 1.43 pLv Baldwin.......Ar 12.3
,I, >ervc3. Nevrr pull do"a-101cr woul: J. of cigarette smoking were 6.30 p. 4.30 a Ar Jacksonville..ur 11.3IIa"

sign while you expect to do buslness."--,.. Fr/ M. upon the heart.-Boston Journal. To Our Friends and Customers. 530a.10a 1.00 1.3SpLr p Lv Lawtey Baldwin.........Ar Ar liSp 12.20p;JUII-)
; Constitution. "* 3.4p 12.4S p Lv Stark* .....Ar 1.: JtoIIl;.
G. WOIITDINGTON ITElttS_ Thenew rm will endea er to merit .45 p 10.35a Lv Gainesville..Ar U3 P II
a .
Ordered that 3 8 p 7.00 a Lv Cedar Ke>.. .Ar 8.83 p fti ::
Mr. N. Rlanton. oue raile south ofT farmers have commenced to house continuance of your very liberal trade, byI
Hamplon. hits several of the largest Tapan KiDney[ be aud is crop. They report a fair ones WATCHMAKERAND furnishing your first class! goods at I 1.17a U.04aLvCitraOrag0 LakeArZSSpft i
lowest 10 Zi a Lv Silver Spring..Ar S.% .
:. persimmon trees, probably in the State, committse of oue to rent had quite severe rain anti thunder possible prices we lake pleasure in 11 00 P 10.10 a LT OcaJa .....Ar3.32p p.Sa.

they are about 20 feet high and now !have for the various offices last Sunday. flWJLER: j announcing that Mr. Davis will still remain W.0--'p 9.00 a Lv Wildwood. Ar 4 M P 4* '
I STARK: FLA, with us, where he will bo found 1.15 p H.39 a Lv Pau&I trkee..Ar 5.43 p '
upon them several hundred af the heauti- county officers of said B. Waltoa killed rattleauake that I PEC1AL attention given to repairing Watches ready to serve his many friends and pa. 3.40p 8 20 a Lv Sumterrille.. Ar&ZSpi

,ful fruit. In fact Mr. Blanton has one of i Ordered that the .I sevun feet seven inches lung 0 Clocks and Jewelry,&c..&c. AU work doneat Irons. 3Op 7.17 7.&aLvSt.Catherthe.&r&3p1tfl2.18p a Lv Owennboro Ar 7 08 p U9,

the nicest proves to be found anywhere by authorised to hire six rattles. which willbe reasonable prices for cash. Enquire of Richard Yours respectfully.) 1.50 p ".00&Ly Dade Clt". ..Ar 7.25 pill.
and Pace TRUBY STERN UUG & CO. iJ.ll p $..'a Lv Leesburg .....r 5..20 P It
several of his orange trees are now prop- the books and Mainard of Hague i is here for his I I II Ii 1 8&>p 815a LvTaTarea ......Ar5.45p 0 .
house to Starke. i 7.37p 7.23 a Apopka..Ar 8.3'1 p' I' "
; ed to keep the oranges from the ground STARKE LIVERY STABLE.AND T_10 6.55a Lv Orlando...Ar70 p .f

and nearly every troo of almt 150 15 STArE Bradford OF FLORIDA, ) Williams of Fort White. is visit THE STAA twe Through,n Jacksonville Bleeding and Cars Orlando on Nos.,without S and rt ii*.t' ..
County. f
year old trees are loadod to their full capacity \ ) at the Springs oDe dollar a berth. No. 7 and 8 daily. fitl',
cuit Court hereby taken and 4 daily,except Sunday. '?
peaches, iFEEDA AJiD SALE .
omegranate3, grapes Bell and family of Gainesville, cheaper STABLES.
going is a correct Xrwufuiper snuj'ortlns: ih rriiiclplrof FERN ANDIN A AND JACKSON YILLZ NXll
quinces and (wars, with vegetables in for their health. a .Democratic AitmhiUtr.tttou .,.

I abundance, and a residence entirely ceedings of the County Lilhe McCrenny of Waycross, A Published In the City of & '(3rk, Daily.) ..
August 22d A. I)., 1887. Road up. Read dill
shaded by the grove are attributes to Mr. : visiting friends of this place. N" WILLIAM DORSU12I3IEU. Noll. No 5. Sot )'r

; and Mrs Blantun's home and a happier Witness my hand will be preaching at the Spout 1D 5.45 p 8.20 Jacksonville.,. Ly 5WPJ" '. /
Editor and Proprietor. 4.VOp
than 7OOArFernandtna..ArG,209P % ,
[:; pair are not to be found in Florida, Mrs. court this the 7th Church on eve second Sun-lay. ever. VR CONNECTIONS. J'L*
y and Ettitfrns
Daily, Sunday, Netktf At Callahan rft
A. D., 1887. with Savanuah. *1orH
B. is of
l' lady rarely cultivated
a. a mind.
0 William Conner is erecting a. AE Western Railroad for Savannah, Macoo.* '-- -
;. and came to this State about two H. F. anta.Charleston. Wash gtou.Baltimore.W
and rice
years huller on Swift creek. THE WEEKLY
Dy D. F. R ; STAR York,Cincinnati. St. Louis. Chicago arif
p ago from Mississippi. She invites pros-* Gainesville and Providence Road points west and Northwest.

4 '. pecters from any State visiting Florida to The Stronc. newly worked and is now in WS E A Sixteen-page Newtpftpor, l Istiec At Silver. Springs. with- OcklawahaPsteamers.

: call and p iy her a visit before locating.Mrs. :is said to be George C. lasi cuuduum. Subscribe.Subscribe Z every Wednesday for At Brooksvllle.Dade City with Bartow Florida and Southern R *.
A clean, pure, bright nd Interesting Tampa.
lanlCln, says she. came to this Slate land Ouio who less Coiuitiy Ciicker.itlodern At Orla''dOl1111\h South Florida R&Uro{' "
a perfect wreck and is now a perfectly First-class turnouts furnished at all FAMILY PAPER. Sanford.Loclceiana and Tampa. I
t owing to chronic liver At Cedar Key.with Steamer eovernoia** ,

healthy woman. That sbo believes she disease of the kidneys, { SketfUen, hours Terms day Reasonable.or night. Give us a trial It ron tJdnl! the latest newt,down to the hoar orAgricultural Monday aud ThUrsday for Manatee a dl* '

rtsl'le iu the healthiest and m.>st pleasant nin3ty-five pounds but following sketches were taken from ANDREWS ALVAREZ, 'fling t. l.rt.'tIII: t. CLYDE'S NEW YORK AND FLORIDA 8&Fernan

: portion of this Sute and has settled hereafter tei's Iron Tonic has history in the liabrary of a Starke. Fia. ,. smp Un .. t

a careful investigation of it is reported that the author died at Market Sails from I many and weight until now he i Fashion from JaoawNew FrWay. for Caarleitti | _
t points .'f interest settler. r the book was fini hed. We Household York. _->
be thi! giant of Ohio. ,
1 TON E.iS7----CO4STt'U7'L4r- iu anywise responsible what O. 1. KEENE Political. SEA ISLAND ROUTE. ,.

'. I'i.Rr'. said! in them. Ed. Financial and Commct\at\ Ktemner Express having Jacksonilrn -
We understand that Millinery Dress Goods P ( .Wednesday Saturday. connect wajj
an arrangement The English Fancy tY OQt IL Hun.orou.9 and elegant Steamer 8.Nicholas. Inside Bo*

11 hits been concluded' between the parties approved Pasteur John NOTIONS. KID PARASOLS, .ntGrlZ\1 Brunswick.Dariaa Savannah. connertiK*f-
C. Wills. JtThis gentle DPplrtn-f'nt', nM! nvdcr the tir itm r steamorsforBaltimow, N''m .
( tl'ahu'd Philadelphia
L .- -:. : i in control 1 of the F. R & X. system and of and even recommended' born somewhere in Texas once only one Silk Umbrellas. Zephyrs and all kinds Juurnall.Ht of ti.e tit&-4 kl-ilnv. Iu .iXO"'i and Boatoa WALTER O. ('OLJ-

1, the Blue Spring. Orange City and Atlan- against rubies be made and of material for :"..ani l..' .il!I .N- fun..il cr..II.d '5IL ..oo1 Ihin;. I' B. P&PY. Gen.Trav.. '
raised with rom .m' 'hloC tu cid. Traffic Maanger.
up the Rattlesnakes t'
tic Railroad by which the latter will be Faiiej "WbrJ-c. U.::,,,a .:..t'1 t.y ditiniahe4: Au.'r1.I1U! 11:11. A.O.M.6cOO"'.;1 t.
Booming Lot and Colt's revolvers. After furgn .ait.6'Dcriou. General Pauengr and T1ek8&
p ut once extended from Blue Spring on g-I: P"UlIIl't attention to orders. D.E. MAXWELL .
The Atchison out an appie.Hiceship of ten years 1\Vwst Hay St., Cor. Laura. General .
Superintendant.lommercial .
g the St. Johns river its THE DAILY ;
present STAR
Jan. 41.; : Ii .
'. Railroad alone has he came to the Land of n. JACKSONVILLE. "'LAUAM'EG

t terminus to Tavares.t wbere a connect passengers for Los to make his fortune as a pill dollar a year 'f11'flAILW STAflC4IL5 :." "1I1:'. L\,..r t .,'.'".. --t.
'I will be made with the F. R &F. system. in Ail :lIlr.llli\'t foll.l. 1.;> ;iot"t.: i -rrt ...,'..t.
ing winter. Ex.CIUCTAUQOA. lie has been successful in .,'. .
This so hy i. (r..l London. lnr-. lltrl:!., \ i.1m.. ul.
important movement will result in
out Paregoric and salts that he Onh.i.i! :..u ("mlllclU':..lc ;-.i.r--.
r \ giving to the east coast another com1 eti- '.1'II lti't..". .Ai.iiy I! hfll .111 '' 4III':
unaaimousily dubbed the Dr. by the llth; >t c.irr.']1".'::. tia.! "I'| i. .\\jTol.um il lvilh
1 tive outlet and lets the F. R. & N. To tbe Editor of THC TKLEO ,
:: system tilE: STAU. f-i'>>!t 1 .I.'pt i r. -> >'t !I..rl1l,11.| !
., into the profitable business of that Tbechautauqua boys. He is now a !leader in tue liiINGTON: KY. IB lb'y (,'I llu..SIr.1 : Ul'.q.,. .
circles of Starke and is a fa- in advance. Tne Vttihfn:al aurt Marki l:<-\'"-""ar,- unti. taU.
bsstiqlpp.d Mhool la*
"r productive region. tinue the balance of State:accommodation* full) Biift c.nI'I.te.Spe.riaI "
the of one especially the girls. trletly flraVelau:belted byt &m and lit-htr i--,-. terms .
every Hnil
: I As is well known the B. e- oely twoyovar ladle to the room.plendlil r lr.r.II.'ar.lnduc
S., O. C. & A. great day was the 17th a and Is fnmitomrti* ttv&er*. SenlonbrtrlntiidSl.-mlav fi-tiiir of mcii to .sgc.1h5 "ti "_IO'ra.
genius ir.iogly
... Rail road has bwn completed from New 3.000 graduated queer U September. For partlcaUn CaUlopui,IMIIll".. head for r-irrular.
... having In good humor wherever he is J. T. PATTER3ONPres.Lezingso --
.: Smyrna to Blue Spring is standard S. C. and were <, Xii. TERMS OF THE WEEk'_Y STAR T.. f-ri College SSS&
& will see a lot of bays eagerly ... ... .
you .
-C'UIIR", )':1111': I. .1' j" .t i i I" d O-T.lh.
gauge first-class in every particular. the Chautauqua circle. for him to crack one of his nnit! Canr.da: o-iT'itle: Hi.-i'mi... >t: 'i;r: i"uv r .Ch.ft&list.c..11" I Ia

: It is proposed. to establish a line of steamboats are from State many I.'ryear......... ..._.. .._ .. ....SI'Ciii'Miif !
the every and You will know him by his clerical co- WHY JfOT'ootpneUee 'i"en....,..%. .. '._ jnTSRMS :. e6
on Halifax. Hilsborough and Union and various appearance LORIDAgr.rtf.1 !|;; CI'::.0:1fl: u(11,1 "".' t 10'101:11'1.1.; ..:; I' i. d"--.
I '.' Indian rivers lo run in connection with Africa. The ATTIINO OF THE DAll.TATJ T> ME ; ces.saL'amuaMl T.ie.s. ..r'.l' '4
also state that he 5s 'wider n t"r-d.Typs.WIa.
may a s-IIIKLII': _
4' the B. S, 0. O. A A. Railroad w. 1ft_tf..aorertrMknntM. a..IIew.(. "
so that P'Oft ...
the marchipg were all i world of Ktarke and his (\\t I Too_.to Wthh7. \cry day for one IF**'t t.I\ ::&:l'!r.r..i 1i- _$: w. w. 1t 1r
I there will be but one transfer of freight spectator and will Mate cfklo each. A ttan port office.hotel boat Ia'.iy.iih.;.ti.5i.V.'.'. i-ue year.. ...". .. FiCvu'y t.- .
(at New Smyrna between decend as the Beaver hat origi-- I au aM sI.tsomd&IL mdi- .and bath boua._ Muonie biu and a number of .l..vt,jx nn nU ::."-.. ...... .. .. .
the point of bers of Ui, Yidul1umaeUoL .tJa bofltT IU K.. .-bout .
class. A -By his Pard T..ehia 11.s.d. I.a4. Pui.&t.r fiend ) Suud <,i-it ite '''It..... '
wbatotben Jk.. ; p.rf.utboaJtt UIe.6i .
shipment and the New teacbby( &. Ca .
and West. This reading and the toautnlnf; full Information and CeeUmoDIala f,... .ell D.aad gut a new dazed mmp of Florida with AdI-L rrlI1': : Pr1s.T. .
new town and railroad size .
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'' ....::..- and has paid nit n visit 011 '.rruesday, ,, Kale 11or.yshe.I i I PROFESSIONAL CARDS'DLT.Licoit ,:"' : .. 1 '

lfl'Opoe4 to pUrcha : t" -.. *}

rbI b1t,1ene&Icaree. in tbi 'market ange real grove of Hardiner &Pratt\11 or- MD. 'InS- ,I.-=--: WTXI .- > 0

i &iniws i in plentiful this week. esta\e agentM. Mr. R. is our jOY4 ,.' ,
a ..
list and if be should capit Lute from Michigan. .

*,c a'% The We. wpot500 band. is progressing new subscriber nicely.at here money, will probably in this make Invest a! purchase coniderab16 -- RESIDENT. PHYSICIAN AND P--! aliaoe: : : ]Do hy-fko.d-s i ;' : 8 1ore: : ,.4. .

; locality. SUUOEON. t l I I .

Some one i" ,- "
once.Old newspapers for sale at this by not neglecting theIr duty I Ll :Terms Reasonable. : .
brush L.I ;\
fallen ..
office at 25c per hundred. from the dead tree OMce atGaskins' Drug Store. ,
I I Madison Corner of ', .
: ,II'. Sugar cane is plentiful in town, Thili hrullh and Thompson! streets. ; TATE P0. WELL. M. D.. I IhSs -i-i--- -
... and the small fry are hap greatly in the ? After an experience of twenty years in
?, antI one not accustomed way, the practice of his profession has no hesi. lomestic una Iry aoa B
20cU dozen. \\ hats to walk in anJ J
Kgg: are per by there on a dark ancy promising- latest, and moat ,
with the hens? night is apt to scientific treatment to .those asking
the matter get hurt. / 4 services. '. ....

Mr. LLM. Parish i ii away this Doctor Renault s.rj .. G Diseases Calls to of the females country and promptly children attended.specialty. Wfcite <*..... Ls.., da.-p...

week at Kavanah buying goods. fronlV aldo has AKIM : .
* reopened his
office over J. G. Office at City Drug Store or at his
County Commissioners!! held court store every 'lii ursday. Particular Ah'arez T ;: residence in East: Starke. (GENT'S AND? BOYS', HATS, BOOTS XtfD. SHOES r AND

this week three dayg. attention for Chronic djseaesAyer's COMER ,L. PEEK FINE CLOTHING. "

Chairman WitkovsVi entertained Ague POWDERAbsolutely '.-Wi..._ -.
BALe1 acts
the commissioners at dinner Monday.Mr. liver and biliary directly on tle: this Among ]leading actresses of renown in A TTORNE Y.A T-LA W & NOTARY .' ..
apparatus, and drives country at the present day is Miss -
Jos. Thomas has returned liver malarial poison which induces Kate Forsytho who is contemplating making Pure. We CAlJEn ;-.
compl/lints{ J.
from hit summer visit in the North. Warranted and wib disordeys a professional tour in a play entitled Thia1 powder never varies. A marvelof STARKE, BKADFOKD COUNTY. FLORIDA.
s.ItLI. --- to cure, or money refunded. The Wife of Miletus." The piece was purity, strength and wholesomeness ABSTRACT OF TITLE and Real Estate ,
John Croft of Lake Butler Try it. s A one time offered More economical than the ordinary law a Specialty.Abstracts ..
Capt. to the late John Mc. kinds, and cannot be sold in competitionwith furnished showing Deed PraotioalTin :

wns in the city this week. In a few weeks we are to have a Nation. Cullough and he thought of accepting it the multitude of low test, short Mortgage Lien Tax Sale. Judgment every At&chment .

al Bank with a capital and plainlt Miss Kate Forsythe in the weight, alum of phosphate powders : and all matters of Public
so far has been of $50.000, located Sold only in cans. Royal Baking!.Powder Smith and Sheet Iron .
September very in Starke. Several gentlemen leading role. the part he thought being. Co., lOe Valtot,, N. Y. Record & file affecting' Titles of Real Estate Worker .
- a large representing particularly adapted to the April 17. '86.STARKE. In Bradford county. Florida up to ,
windy. business firm style of thatady's
_ under the firm date Abstract.. .
Mme of Truby Sternburg & acting. Miss Kate Forsythe's act. .. Starke Pia. .. .
Hon. J. R. Richard, County already arranged for business here,, have and ing is received everywhere with stormy MALE AND Headquarters for FIRE INSURANC E orB A.VING LOCATED in Starke, in the brick building formerly occupied by 'C ..

;- in the city this week.Mr. arc expressions of applause her representing the Liverpool & London&., E. Wyman, I respectfully solicit work In line
tktt Judge was preparing to settle here with their by audience, Globe Co. my from tie citizens: of the town and surrounding .
families. she makes her county. All work warranted. Charges moderate. Roofing Gutters an4"
1. Johns is Thereby offering their appearance on stage. FEMALE INSTIUTE .
M. fencing his Influ I II Leaders
ttI ence and capital to help us onward. the creation of the part which she takes I M. KELBLb, ._ a.peclalty.ALL ORDERS' PROMPTLY FILLED. ,.

two lots on Madison Avenue. Ready money is much in need here being well adapted to the range of her STARKE, BRADFORD CO., Justice orthPemeeror Clay: Coty, _

qrn a Mr. L. D. Wall is beautifying his are paying 15:) per cent for money. ,and we mental and physical capacity. Although FLORIDA.Will Will give prompt Florida.attention to collection.and.. ..THE BIJOU lEN'S""

residence i with coat of paint.C. can't obtain it, even at that rate. We hardly as youthful -- as her appearance open Monday September 5, 1887, other Kinptley leyal business.' ..-.. DONGOLA A. L.Von
Fla.. June. l85-3m. KIRN
1 frequently hear such.remarks would suggest, Kate Forsythemay and continue ten scholastic months, divided Fin*. Calf Alligator
III..I L. Peek's\ still painting his made be numbered the into a Fall Term of four months,
a among compara-
ago here, by Mr. R. D. Coy, and a Spring Term of six months. J. W. HIGGINS SHOES $2.60
fence comet it liat. firm of Finley & Coy. Gainesville. You lively young women of the stage. She RATES of.tuition, $3.00, $3.00. and KHT_ (' I'MM ;Sewed

have a beautiful little quickly convinces her audience that she $4.O0per month, payable at the end of 1Ldieswnonath.been BOOTilHDJ SHOE STORE
8o1 town.
Io It
) *. What are urVitizens going to do metropolis of is the i possesses; none of that staginess of declamation each month. Music! $3.50 per month. PIANO TUNER & REPAIRER. Shoe* made to order .OO.
4 and
wearing |
your county, and now that |o _
NO deduction made for pupil from '
fur the Sub-Troptal. and gesture, which is so inherent any i
: you have the court house here, your whole i time of entering to end of term except for workCguaranteed.! : 28 years of ex- Shoes, and desiring Aluo
in of the All CompIets.Line'of: men.
. ; many actresses of .the time 1 .
-" atT. county will soon protracted sickness or by special perience. ..
Just received V. Sweat's a light up under its influ and the absence of this great fault improves ment. agree Economy, Style and STARKE. .

big: stock of LadieCorsets.I and ence.let Again we say take fresh courage, her impersonations to a thoroughly Having employed a most competent STARKE, FLORIDA.F. Comfort, should try a Women, bltsaes.'soysand
us uo to work with a vim, and feel of teachers the is -
and corps Principal prepared pair this Celebratedline
MisftElla Tydinj. of Anthony fully assured; that prosperity will crown satisfactory enjoyable degree mak- to offer every advantage to those desiring J. FIELD. of Shoes. Ladie f :
her at 1
ing immediate
once an favorite.
arrived ia the city a Thursday. our efforts. Q. a thorough and practical educationat French Kid FLORIDA. Children.blioes.Kcom anil ; 1.
She is ShoesHOP
an clever
unusually actress. giving a low cost.Instruction. .. .
Bring your jol\ work to this We know of no mode of treatment promise of some future starring which thorough. Progress guaran- BRICK MASON'S WORKPLASTERER. t them

will Inch offers to sufferers from chronic dis- may prove unequivocally brilliant, and teed. An early entrance ana regular attendance -
office, and it be neatly and especially desired. For further M.L'Ertffle. ;
done. eases, a more certain hope of cure than hat she should feel confident of future information address.M. W. A. Del|

cheaply that which ii comprehended in the of success in her chosen vocation is ALL WORK GUARANTEED. i
use not at A. CLARK, A. B. jitaic l&mtfc& : :
-, Mr.Joseph Eckart -ado a flying Ayer's arsapar1lla For purifying and all surprising. She entrances her audience Principal.Aug. BOX 41 STARKE. FLA. Jf.1ria .

invigorating the blood, this preparation is by a display of loveli- July 30 '87. tf,
.,.4' trip to New York, buaid he was bewildering 6. '87tfOIi.NGE HENRY A. L'ENGLE. .
Manager. W. N. BAKER. Cash,
unequaled.To in
ness the representations of the charac.
gLd to get back again L. C.
ters she assumes and again fires them with HULL .
Probltlon In Bradford t19A .
t. .
Mr. B. K. Drew bught some a desire to inflict some injury upon her .. ,
County. ..,... .
Lif. when the character assumed .r..r*" .r. "* "XN"> -.r. "-
.,.. Tery fine melons to tow, One day Upon application of the requisite number proves to bea STARKE, FLORIDA.OPENSSEPTEMBER WILL DO A GENERAL: BANKING BUSINESS.: DETOSITS RKCEIVED. COLLEl."TIOKADIC .

-. this week. of registered voters of Bradford county very wicked malicious one. Miss!! .. STARKE, FLA. AT USUAL RATES OF EXCHANGE. ..

the Board of County Commissioners Forsythe is still studying to perfect herself 5th. 1887 _. __u__ .
A: For print goods, go to Veat's he in her art and the task is a laboriousone and specifications furnished on S
have ordered election PLANS
an to be held "
the and continues ten months, with vacation .
r. Li i bas just received a full Hi of all] 14th of October next to decide whether or of hard work and constant unsceasing Christmas week.TEACIlEHSG.. and promptly notice.attended Carpenter to. work. solicited : .

' 10, colors. Indigo prints espca.v]] not the sale of liquors. wines, beer, etc.. application t. the spirited ambitious ac- P. Young teacher of Hand made brick for sale, thereat the WORTHING SPRINGS! o. .
I Ieani :; be in the The tless. natural Science and the Normal Depart kiln; or delivered at the depot.
CfenfaPoiaJ county. friendsof
ment. C. J. Denton. A. B.. teacher of '
Crange College opened July 30, 87. tf. .
oronday prohibition are earnestly reqnested to LAKEVIEW DOTLETS the Classics Higher Mathematics, etc.

i with a list of about forty1Upjjg organize .immediately prohibition clubs Mr. D. Silcox is out and around Miss D. I. Pearce, teacher of Instrumentaland This *
'",V again vocal music and Calisthenics. H. D. MASON. popular watering place, with a new and commodious" HOTEL, ia
with prospects of many monoon in each election district. and to elect although he has not as j et recovered the GOOD BOARD-Can be had at $3 per the beautiful valley of the Santa Fe. twenty-five miles south of Starke,' ix

'- Rev. Dr. Talbird left on 1. delegates to the County Convention to use of his hands. week, payable weekly, washing and ironing STARKE, FLA. now open for the reception of visitors. TO the overworked or otherwise
4doL. s only
for his field of work St
t.a N B'I new at \zer. the 17th, lust. 11 a. m. taking the bed off his wagon preparatory TUITION PER :MONTH. HOUSE and Ign Painter. Kalsomin- DELIGHTFUL and EXHILARATING STRENGTHENING -

, :: < land, St. Johns county. Friends of prohibition rally for God to hauling some lumber his horse became Primary $1.50. Intermediate $2, Higher paper hanging neatly exe and INVIGORATING, promoting digestion, and giving tone to. ih.

a 7u 61a \| .- J. W. Hodges spent Sunday' nj and humanity. The power is invested in frightened and ran away, but beyond use$3, of Collegiate instrument$4. Instrumental 50 cents. All Music tuitioa$3, cuted.Office Orders will left receive at The prompt Starke atten-Telegraph :. system generally. The surwundinsare pleasant and the drive from Stark .>

in you to declare whether or not your county breaking the wagon up generally payable monthly. Initiation fee $1.Special tion. Referance givenif| required. over a fine undulating country of bIll and hammock, romantic and inter-

_lIP Monday Eefgajidina withk15br.tber shall be longer coused witu the liquor there was no farther damage.Mr. rate when in advance per session Aug. 6, '87-3m.J esting. The.table will l abound vith the very best the country afford and

p t '& :w.} who is operator there. \; traffic. Organize 1 Organize!! Brooker, of Green Cove Springs to scholastic county pupils.( no-pains will be spared to make our'guests comfortable. Charges for board

PSPt ...' W. S. RICHARDSON Pnmary $7, Intermediate $9.50, Higher will be $20per monthJor tCjperJweek. Children and half
t moved preached the communion service last nurses .price.
Mr..R. M. Alvarez has $13. Collesiate $15. J J. W HICKS .
P 8( J. B. GRAY.
Chairman Ex. Committee. Sunday at the Baptist Church.Mr. Proprietor.
PlUSB .- into the Frank Hollingswor Free school begins October 1st and ii .
family Starke, Fla., Sept. 6th, 1887. : C. II.Sitzer must be preparing to absolutely free to county pupils. .

a Louse on Call street. study for the ministry it the appearanceof For catalogue or particulars, apply to I From five years pNqnai gbsri s 1 have uniformly found patIents r

& 7.M Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Smith haw COCSCIL MET Aco. 6th. 1887. his face has anything to do with it. G. P.! YOUNG, CITY laboring under d(l& oi ,. er., i ;ement of the digestive organs.much :
J' .
L: ]Present J. G. Alvatez, chairman; Tate Mrs. Prescott is around again after her June 25, '87-6m. Principal. benefited,by euJ: :' pp.'a..! L 1rin g* ,water,' nd have &oUd-
: f to house keeping in Mr. Wit *..EII.&ND HA1B DRESS.. improve hltsin.4.1. : and
gone iwell and D. L. Alvarez severe illness ]last week. sm neuralgic troubles from

*$' !3'. !. kovski's house on Madison A'en ue/lecords of council of Aug. 2nd, 1887 Mr. Loring Drew finished his barn this PROF. J. E.Golden DODD;Dawn.I am pleased to say OPEN AT ALL TIMES. its Provi us. :.as.. of au a"'. : ', 3J. POWELL', M..fl.. *. ...- I

Majtr Joseph L. Hill was in the 1 and approved. week,, it is quite an attractive! addition to for your benefit. and the public, that we _fg. ',...4,'I" fla'forc me"onnt July 18, 8.:. it,

lommunication from W. 11. UnderhIll have been using your "Golden Dawn" fora > Custom, II. ..
his et
of this \; place. SHOP ON CALL ST. JUST EAST A = J.ftW.L -
; city Monday Tuesdy I year or more in our family and find it ---.M- r)mthoef,! r1I! : -o. .
asking for the remittance of three Mrs. Dr. Gonzalas finds that Lakeviewand ml"-.
week. most excellent for pain and nervousness. -I :W 3d theriotfiiattO ,.... _1111.t ._..<.,...." .' ......
drs paid to the town of Starke on surroundings are far above her expectations We cheerlully recommend it. OF RAILROAD. of 1 j

. a The Jury for the fall term of A16th for street duty, and on motion and of course is perfectly charmed T. R. MILAM. M. D. ; -. snnMS MEANI
- 1 ; ote Leesburg. F'a.' March 26, 1887. Will constantly keep on hand *|Ifull ', .
; Powell that the same be remitted with our Lake. The Dr. thinks a
id t., court was drawn on Tuesday, it will Pr.ooT. J. Doon: line or the following goods for sale. tiv4$4HOE

7. ) ". be found in another column. m<\ carried. great deal more than we have laid here. My little son willie was cured right DANDRUFF CURE to cleanse the hair. .. I <;:;;:'.- ti J-i W1D...,..,........1M
t) \ Motion of Tate Powell that I. C.WCbilL We are afraid Spring Park will lose and awry of chills and fever with your CREAM OF ROSES: for the face to .
1.- .'. this ordi-- 'Golden' Dawn." W. A. OKIOKR. remove sunburn, tan, freckles and sraoth .. JAMES MEANS
5........ There will be an election in Of 2.00 for a ertising we gain. ra1D8t
.8IpMZP., V the OB nIne laid on the table for furthur con8lderl. Last Monday evening owing t* Mrs. ARCHER Fla., Oct. 6, 1886.. the A skin.full line of Razors 9.
county, on liquor question PROF. 1)oDu-l take pleasure in saying and Hones con- '" 'S3 SHOE -

P 11&flIP, October 14th. motion carried. Cummings critical condition her husband that your "Golden Dawn" and pills are stantly on hand old razors repaired.J. 1. I .9 -. IS BMMM*tt b....frr MM.....r. -,... -......
p. U. t Onion D. L. Alvarez that R. N. and son were sent for. most excellent. W. W. SCOTT. W. HICKS lead tb.m .. tail fur a ftgt.r sad nos dn.'v.,...iMs

p. ? Mr. R. D. Coy, of Gainesville, Dowl*lumber bill of $1.60 be paid Messrs. Midd and Hurst finished their Gainesville. Fla., Sept. 18. 1886. STARKE, FLA. tile ataIIIIllIecJ&JIU M lIW.&JIa"Mif a p.tmanss as SBOn4 *.......Ow..1IM..... _esiI k.. .
P PIpSI. Prof Dodtl's med'cines. Golden Dawn.Dvsentaiy a ... .. .. '.
and dmklUty t vrh M lie oMr ka sehiws 1M
, ,... \.: WM in town on official business this ancr drawn on town treasurer for contract on Mr. Ahlers place this week. Medicine and Vegetable I'illiwill SECRET SOCIETIES.Bradford hJ torrf tM ir d.. M.MBMinfn.. .s.........aa. I .
p.; the It. Tile JMM* MMMM fi Cha*to DIM M. i iadltlf sIytMbq,
p IIIf week. sanjottion carried. Mr. Jas. Henderson, of Slarke. spent be found on sale at Rivers & Joiner a.da.S. M .nv ehee .riUW.ifKkctirtj. svs_.. :
f} 411f ; _______ Bill o p Young for fixing bridge last Sunday here the guest of Mr. and and J. L. kinsdrug stores. Lode No.49 V.andA. 7. ( .w._.cait4. .BUf MMrt HMl IB ....., .... ..
} WIf "' .ilL Regular communications thrid sped the :r M.sa. S* BkM to hut.
f p1JIp Mr. II.V.. Epperson and lady |3.30 an motion of D. L. Alvarez Mrs. Brigham. June 4 87-6 m G Saturday in each month. b..4..w iho*. whtoa k>" kltavrt k.* r.*aiM M
f itrltS I. c f. or .7. It hi*a Isps! t.,aa4 iiiaku eaIt,.... I
: & ,m soon the house onVal- that the y be paid and an order be There Is a large force at work on the. Joan HALL Secretary.U W. KJCKUTEE., : \t b". a perfectly fnuwtt bouaa Uld. U Mlockivr. ..a
W. M. .
p occupy *nd twquprfWtlMijr .a **br*.>!-> IB, ..
) drawn otn for the same, hotel. it will be completed as soon as 1,
Ih tnt"DOe. If
Mr. treasurer new won.
ill 4 :i t> nut street, lately vacated by Lake View Lode 1'(0. as.! W. A. Jam,. )I...( ... r..'. MUM* wtr tk s Sf1 In tktornvatrr
i> fli t oJ." Chas. Richard. motion possible and furnished throughout.Mr. No Universal Remedyhas Regular; Meetings second: and fourth .. ba.st..siv.Iy. fdrwtlMd. If yes aav* ...
)3. 0'$1 J On mowate powell that the following Pete Jacobson is clearing and fencing Saturday of eacbmonth 2 o'clock. Bfkt dluppelatnl t. ....la" ya cttMr that a4TrtMd It to ask Usia.. My. las. *.i..BTl Ms15 a

LwcM" I Mr. T. W. Sweat has just received bills b.d and orders drawn on 5 acres more on his truck farm at the yet been discovered ; but, as at least F. SHIFERDEK CHESTER NORTHCP, *in>0ew* .....,.ft8.. TkM..r a >y....M...*,ar rstbar. .*M tkaa by tkM la* MMtamthiwt Ba.s......y.,tile.. .
r..' a full line of Crockery and Glass treasurer fy, same, Viz. west side of town. four-fifths of human diseases have their Secretary. .. Master. .WIot'i.I-.sn4.r........ IIsl Sb4iIS I MOT Wllh,%li 7*'ir Valt"rmwli.Itatn.bVU ..7 aad.....w.*'I win PIMST. .if..y...

the red store and J G Alvare, rent for Aug. 87. 3 00 Mr. John White is building another addition source in Impure Blood, a medicine IMP'D. ORDER OF RED MEN. S wca_,Sf. 44.MOt.._...III.....-..nH.. Tk..f f..k.elr.>.. Umplf..... Tk ssai4.MMrM7I M 4 u a> *U1 tartl. .

*, war, Call at E D Wall n j salary for Aug. 40 00 to his new residence which will be which restores that fluid from a depraved OBCEOLA TRIBE: No. 1, FLA.-Council w-.",14.".' 'I'M Ih 4.*.J1R3,.,...oaI.M:i...If..M..4"ki i7..I*Ih Ik..*.kM.b.*1.to_tk. JAMES M SAris *L Co.
.......... ....
; examine. T Inight to a healthy condition comes M Fires kindled each .w54Ih..t.b.ai.r. \.w.nac.: .
t A ) fee 2 cases. . 1 00 a kitchen 12x20. Mr. W. is going to be Wednesday's Sleep .b.la igh& 41 Unootn .. .ssSsii. Mass. .
I F Holt B E Alvarez $ 1 00 have plenty of room for his friends. near being a universal cure as any that at their Wigwam, Starke, Fla. '
The Misses Annie and Meta special police. sure to
, ,.. visiting 11 Ji ParISh .. .. .. 100 Last week Messrs. L. F. and J. Thomas can be produced. Ayer Sarsaparilla Transient Brothers W.cordially invited to Full. line of the above Shoes for sale by t.
of have been attend.
I laJ'I' a. Jacksonville, who affects the blood in each stage of iU ,
MLJohni co .. 100 found tree with over 25 pounds of
their a formation and Is, therefore, adapted tea Sachem. J. G ALVAREZ Starke Fla.
... : ia the returned to .. ,
city JC Wills .. 100 honey in it, but the tree is empty now so variety of complaints than any JAS. MILI.O*, ,
f greater
I.)" f : .: home on Thursday. R M Alvarez. lspeciai police. .. 1 00 we suppose they made it all right with other known medicine. Chief of Records. .

'On the town was full of Nick Joiner 1 0 rcial police .. ] 00 the bees. May Ldc N.. 10 I. CHURCH DUt.; "TOUY'. I
, r Monday Wm?tIc W 11l1a : special polic a j QQ Mr. Brown has so far recovered as to Boils and Carbuncles, ,O. O. F. Meets every Fri .. -
people it being the first County .J' dav r'i";; it at Otd Fellows METHODIST CHURCH. -.t I IIJOILTT1U3
- .,. ; the L J) Wall 1 day d police.. .. 109J be able to be back at his post. which defy ordinary treatment, yield to H.,!I. Txros'e.: '* braihers Services every -v8un.Uy 11 a. m. and 4h.4 I
Commissioners at conlici'T
Court day : 1 ;iw ie(: toaUend.
(M L Wynn day al police.. .. 1 00 )lr. Jas. Finmore reir last Friday Ayer's Sarsaparilla alter a comparatively F.J.FnLD. J.:O. HtTfu. at 8 p. m. Hole; m-erln f 'fne..1ay l satS i
ww R L aparkman workon brief trial. Secret Box 41. Noo'e drand. p. in. Prayer meeting Tbu.stlay at 8 .
seat 00
..... county l'p ; A. L.8<:011'. Vice-G..,nd. :.. .
[11IIII. I R.M. Alvarez has purchased of R L Spark cli,. 2 cases x 00 the hotel and by Saturday evening Mr. C. K. Murray, of Charlottesville., -- p.m.: w. S. r.ICIIARDSO Pastor.Sui'lw .

: R L Sparkman del1 license. ._ 25 had the frame r.ady to go up, that is the Va., writes that for years he was afflicted Ladle S loo: at 9:O'l! a. in. IRON ,
. *k. A", G. Cooksey two lots on Mad- R L Sparkrnan tnt with boils which caused him Will find relief from their Costiveness J. ClI AS. RICH.\1:1). Sl1.>eri'iLonide H
hou .t\veaue J G. Alvarez boot'g ordnance way to move things. much suffering. These were succeeded Swimming in the II ad, Coliu- Sour UREY ARTtN, *> fc Ti eaaurer.BAPMSTCHURCH. II t
;arJ4t opposite jo ordinance 1384 The furniture for the hotel has been ordered by carbuncles, of which he had severalat Stomach Headache, Kidney troubles ..' .

and will build a fine large house. E E Wills 2 night gT'""* .. 2 00 of Mr. Allport and when placed in one time. He then began the use of etc., by takin a dose of Simmons LiverRegulator I I 1.-' ,

W3n Daisy Pearce, of Gainesville, Nath Moore 1 nigbt...ing./ j QQ position will be an ornament to the place. Ayer'i Sarsaparilla, and after taking to move the after bowels dinner once or supper a day. Mothers H as. Services at 11 a. m.-" rd at 8 p. m. 1.I I f

5 witness fees 25. j 35 Mr. Salts is across!! the lake resting up. three bottles, the carbuncles disappeared will have better he\lthand'tbe babies Praver meeting every WwinfHfi
i I.atfP the handsome and accomplished bill J G Alvarez locij; i 'f'f"or Mrs. Beck and Martin and Miss Rich and for six years he has not had will grow more robust by nsln.r; the 8 p. m. School H. TALI' UP, 1). 1>.Hu.iti I',, ,!or.Suuday :' i'

ffJ.-.' IWuo.teacTier at Orange Collsg* has hog pound. . ... .. ... 70 mond I tried to mar the beauty of our camp even a pimple. Regulator.Colic, nothing If ilk an infant a few shows drops in signs water of at 9:'.;. iueei every ymorning -a i't

.: Wriud in the city, and entered at grounds by driving over the beautiful That insidious disease, ScrofuU, fe for relief. The Genuine has the red Z A. C. IFAJ-tniCK. Siif 'illt nden t
the fruitful cause of innumerable corn. front F. R. MORGAN', _, ... on Wrapper 1m.
.. .
" a: .. *fl ce fcpon her duties. Total. ... .$74.04 Consumption being only one of j
' oaks.Mrs plaints
.... motion carried. Cummings. we are grieved to announce 1 :r: -
BRIAN rim ITRCH. { -
lO. G many equally fatal. Eruptions, ulcer, FRUIT TREE AGENT. .
.. eo. W. Clyatt from Providence 1 Bill of J. L. Wynn's i is in critical condition, her ,' s.dy Oh.... .
nding hogs a very sore eyes, glandular swellings, weak I: am prepared to till all orders for Services e\cry other Su : at 11 a. m. .siss .s. \
- :. -: *fc lj.the city on Monday. This ] io 1885 5.00 and 4 days aftg deputy illness has cast a gloom over our village and wasted muscles, a capricious appetite peach, pear and other fruit trees at the R. B. MA,1IItiK. :: P4i if. *> .. t

: ,. R-t1eDan! has lived in Bradford marshal 4.00 and on mot pai/ate, pow and the Interest felt i s manifest by the inquiries and the like, are pretty sure indications lowest possible prices. Special bargains a.Sunday in. Scuool every J.humiar I'. PRA.1T at W: I .. .- I
OQUflt.y for and this was his.frttviatf ell that the same be aQ order made hourlj for her comfort at her of a scrofulous taint in the offered by the 100 to 1000. Tree of any !>Ill rerinte udeot. .s ws is 4 Dv I. a..a

years drawn on treasurer for the bill was cofage: on seventh street, each treadingthe system. Many otherwise beautiful face kind,variety or size furnished. I have mm.iurii.ussi w..s.isss.it :'

.;. to Starke. sworn to before J. T. Wi.h! pub well: worn path with fear and trembling are disfigured by pimples, eruptions, also orange trees, by the 100 or 1000 from CHRISTIAN CUURCIf.

1. 1Ir. Warren of Mass at hmJry and unsightly blotches, which aria 3 Ht botton Ac.Jl:2i28S9l; PeterS: IS. '
A. Skelton lic' State of Florida please all wise Providence to spare 6years old. prices. I in*
.' Ion car maY from impure blood, showing the need oCA'er's G. P. Yon the Pi-.Mor peCie' atIl.UIPTOX
bi vIta persons wanting: fruit trees of Pills
'Iam delighted with Starke ned. her for a field of usefulness. any :
the evil.
to remedy j
..and of Tate PoweamountofY.F.W5rd5 kinds, vine-, shrubs, rases or anythingin
;n_ people, and will return toon On motion i f.3,38 NOTICE TEACHERS All sufferers from blood disorders tlil line, tit see me before purchasing each 1st J n.'ldar. at U a. m. and *atu -
should give Ayer's Sarsaparilla a fair
to.esiae the.re with several of my mitted, motion carried.On reo I will meet the teachers for the purposeof trial,-avoiding all powders,ointments, elsewhere. I am connected with Rerrk- dayat7ZOp. m.8TARKK "'llt- r: t '"
eigbtX.ra. Alvan examining them at the following and washes, and especially cheap and mans and other celebrated nnreries.ancI : : .
i\ motion of 1) L. the worthless compounds, which not only etch 2nd LorrlV day at 11 a. m. and eachLord's 9
bet named pl.ces.StarkeOra1IgC guarantee all orders will t>o filled with .
....;: S; ". **. Wanton SVebb of the town license of F Edwards rredI College Sept. 10th 1887 fail to effect a cure but more frequently day at6:30p. m. II I l' ;
, ... .,. ::t ... motion can BtitlerAcademY14th aggravate and confirm the diseases theyare exactness of kind.HnJ variety wanted HIGHLANDeach MThUU L :
;: .:. .Plorda on Wheels Car, will pass I to W F. Edwards Alvarez \ Lake Academy l'ith" fraudulently advertised to remedy.Ayer's as I am determined to give oatislactton : 4th Lords day at 11 a. m. and Saturday i.
L. Providence I
r= On motion D Ilrn that I can do business with the before at 7:3Op. m., .... U.-
ngli this the 12th instructed by the boani to give 90 samparties I !.
. '. .' town between 13th at 3 p. I am Sarsaparilla i I CHURCH WO tSHIP.ATORANflK ..... e .
,- and U meet Tuesday ion these examination days at which time In the future.. ___ ... .Itna. II e.-.r.. : I
,. 15th ins;;. on his way North., carrietl. nothing will be charged for examination.after Offic at Gardiner A Pratt's Rea I CcI.LEOE. ".Ut. ....-,. ...., .
o.'W.. Spar\ PBKrABKD BT each Loid' day at 11 a. m. 1 I
rt L. w.n.be
: losing a good opportunity attest! K. this, the sum of one dollar Estate office. Sturke. Fla. lila .wet' ..... -
S .. ..,: .:i Verti8lng our county all .vei Town\\\ required before commencing the examination. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass 1 I PRAYER MEETINGeach ..
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.J ADTBRTISING UATE.bc &'*. T, AGRICULTURAL. THE- -HOME DOCTOR- WORDS- OF WISDOM. !f 'from-functional''. I.adlnBufern deranJments or any I '. He fo a Chept 1 teB ", ,I r:1'6pj.c.J I tifor2e. til

IQURE 1 OW 2 w 1 m 6 in ((11 m I i disorders (! with C K. miasma. DS4IIV., j' P&_
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1 to the sex, Dr.Pierce's treatiSe iustrlIc
; i I........:-::: 11 00 I i1$4; 00 17 00 $9 99 \ Boiling Milk. : for Children. A natural will ploughed up i the best I wood-cats and colored plates <(0) g .) sag-ent CATARRHSold ".. t&cF&
s.... soil for luxuriant of complete PATENT-S'li" !
.. t producing crops. sure means
I 4bo1oosoo2o; ge8U ,
TOPICS Iissary
6 OF sent by ,
.. .... While milk is kept on Ice in the milkman's : for 10 cents in stamps. AdJrsVorlr's by.Araiaaetf m
10 0' of sincerity Y. Warren, and IBTABMO* Cf
e.. 80tIO2lO410' .Enthusiasm is the genius 60cT E. T. Hazeltine, Guide
TO FARM Assoiation
to GARDEN. en
..... can or in the domestic fefrijjerator r Medial rnaftedtrep. JAM H.1.A MCA MTU P |. 'Wb
.; ;. !!. .... 1OO15OO2OOO26OOOOSOOO' it is continually the be. and' truth accomplishes. no victories PrrrSBtmo out tons of spikes a ent Attorney 1$1 nr..d"'a, HiTTCll'. T-cT
receiving germs toes ZO I
without : U-
Ten cent &line for the and five cent for coming more and more infected with thegerms moQuietness nth t fasten tT I : I to SS a da Y. Samples worth tJJO.mil ta.i
;. : each inbreqoent thsertlon.I .tnt A Chapter on Farm Economy. improves into cheerfulness --- : $5 Lives not iimlT the horM fMC Writ S
of decomposition. The balm in Gilcad? lire*'''r Saf>' ReIn '
S "Is there no ty HoldetCo.flo1l1kl. -.
; I Special rate for time adTcrtlsements upon apnlt- practical humored ___ ..
a eon at tbe office.SUBSCRIPTION. There is'no trade or occupation in life }les'whichtruc son from this is the necessity of enough to make me so good a Is there no physician there? In Ills PATENTS'F. --- '

in economy is as important as boiling Milk al other artificial food for to wish the world well."G Tans to Dr. Pern') .'or there ery"-a Is 1 lllm"baint for Blair S Pills.u= :d m

RATES. in! farming.. By economy we do not'mean shortly before it is- given asnourishment. I Those who act right walk with the every wound" to health, from eoid. con h", .A.LZHAN.SOLICITOR or PATrro. _UTal nox. .t I; roan" 14 Fill*. ;

a' f One year. .............. .......SII stinginess or denying one's self the common This cannot be too I stars, and with all the deepest processes I consumption, bronchitis,and Of! all druggists.chronic,blood C No ehITS unlesu ptent i Is,.t'cured. 9 Wuhlnfon! -- Morphine Habit
bIz month... .. ..... ... .... comforts of life. The \ lung and liver afections. Cim4 !a 10
farmer who IJ
strongly impressed upon the minds o all L of the universe.-Philips Brob. IlaMi Cured. Treatment sentori trial OPIUM lo 2U dAY. Ao pay till emrr4- 1ft
AH subscriptions mnet be paid invariably In practises it cannot 5,000 soldiers deserted from the 07IUM Bif flCnY CO., Lafaretta., lild Dr.Jiepheni.LebakqLOhto. ,
vnc No OiKrlmination in tIor of anybody.ad expect to commandthe concerneel in the welfare of children, I Education is the only interest worthy LAST year HUu" -' _-_ ill
British army. -
esteem and
of his fellow-men n -
respect and the younget the 'child the greater the thc deep controling anxiety of the -
.. u Commnnlcatlons upon& of local Interest : toor retain it himself. --- I
1 maters Nor is it ncccssa- Importance of the rule. man.-Wendell Phillips. -- -
solicited from all observing thoughtful l I -
par. .te.cuty. ry in this connection to admonish the In the earliest months life a feeding- beautiful and good thought r
-- : pure
farmers of the
,' Ventral Dlretor. of importance and necessity bottle of some sort is a necessity, but it which the heart entertains is an angel of .5
saving what they make, and of should be eliscarded .
turing as soon as possible. thesoul.
T UNITED and guarding
STATES OFFICERS.XXATOB8 mercy, purifying .
into 5S
ready cash all kinds -
products A child may be taught to drink from a & S
: not needed on the farm. But it is the little i glass or cup at quite an early age, and I .

HoKtmuel raeco. Monticelli. economics to which we would now more i the earlier the better. The construction The humanities are never so abundant __ f

y lion. Wilkinson Call,Jacksonville.REPRESENTATIVES particularly direct the attention of farof the nursing-bottle is such that great in fruitage as when they are fibred upon _
S I ;
mers. a faith which rests and rejoices in the --5 5-
: care, constantly observed, will alone insure .
First Diltrit-lon I n. M. Datidsou, Qnhtcy.I. In the first place, an economical farmer safety. The simpler the form of\ | impartial amluni\ersallove of God. I Ii -5 '

-- "econd District-lon Charles Dougherty, Tort is necessarily I neat farmer He cannot the bottle the easier it will be toVkeep it i Happiness is defined by Madame de SX -55_ 1 .
Orange. 2
'. v. e. CIRCUIT COITKT : afford to alow'ell1 end briers to cle an. Two of them should be in use,, Stacl to.be "a state of constant occupa- : -_- _ ] .. (

Fifth .Judicial! Circuit-Hon. W. B. Wood, .t grow up in fel reil-ncrs to rob thesoi I one in a strong solution of bicarbonate j I'j i tion( upon some desirable object, with a I -- -5 -' ; .
) lanta,( ., buprenie. Court Justice, of its fertility and rot his i continual of toward itstainment. -5
Dun A. 1'ardee, New .algnel Circuit fen'es. !'of soda, after thorough scalding, while j, sense progress .. ..s ((2 .: -
.' lon. Orl&n.L cannot afford to allow his gate; : the other contains the food for immediate I at ." i .'. S

.U. M. Call Jacksonville, U. S. Attorney, North- and farm implements to go to rack for feedoff.! Carelessness in the management Frugality may !be the daughter .- S S

i era UI.trkt. Drd. )Iarlbal.Jforihern; the want of a little repair; hU farm L !' of the feeding-bottle i is the.cause of prudence, termet temperance and I .5 5 S ,
; I I'hilip .JackoU'it H. :. Talla- huiding do the same fr'r the want of '! of death in numberless instance.ver r the parent of liberty. He that is extravagant ____ _____ S S5

fca.fce)Ill, I'.e ('lerkl.orthm to,well knowing that much L summer. The presence I. wi[ quickly become poor, and I I S ',___ -5 .- .',

rlcl of the value bf his depends;i'' in the digestive tract of the child L enforce anlrruption. : --- -

TEr.UCS-NORTHERN DISTRICT: I upon Its appearance. pioperty 1; oot irritant poverty dependence ____________________________________________________________________________ :-5-- -
/ Jacksonville,tnt Monday December. Take ac as 1 powerful probably by r co ___ _____ __ ._ -_ _ f.i
S 'falahlef Monday in February. any two farms of the same nuin--1) reason of poisons (developed from the

..1' J'ccs Srst Monday In Marclu bcr of acres lying in the sainq neighborhood undigested articles of food by the process lie Kind to Your : : .:
IT. !. DISTRICT COVRT-Northern District : and composed of the same: charac- of puti if action. Pure sugar, than ; t

S lion. Tbog. Sct'le' ,Jacksonville Jnd c. tcr of land, the one with its '! which nothing can be less harmful,.when Kindness with the family horse is ofthe S t
It M. Call JackM>n\ille, U. b. Attorney. (were it for the brieis and fen'iug I utmost importance. Always cultivate ti
("'Iard, Marrhal. not (decomposed by the growth of the yeast S 5 Lj- .
4 S I'liiilp! Wate J&ck.onvlt (lltrk., Fastcrn Di- support ) about to tumble down, its ; plant:, produces alcohol and carbonic acid : an acquaintance, arid be on social : -S_ Jl ''p.

,-ion.I). C.Wilon.Tallahepee! Division. fields inconveniently lorateel its build- : gas. both")( powerful poisons to the higher nnd friendly terms with him. Ifhc is __S _sL -_ _, _ .'".

r K. C. Humphrey., Clerilddlc, < ('. Division. ,1g' in a state of ililalil1Hion without I t: gralle'1 of life, and in considerable !lc quanf tired anti worn out, it is astonishinghow -- ----- --- ..

I r- 4 approach or give an air of: tiy \ to the very agents (the the '
TERMS: comfort to the premi-cs, and the otherwith : plants) which produced them. In the 1 and cheer him up. When not in use 5- --5- -5 'O -: ;" :

1 Uclmber Kaptcrn.Division-Jacksonville, first Monday In all theee improvements plainly in same way all food stuffs, when dccom- he should be gi\ell reasonable amountof p_ 'Ia '- SIL '>, ""

.i 1 Middle Division-Tallahassee, first Monday In I view, :mc the diiFercncc in tr.cm.ukct: I; p(ec, produce deadly poisons. Some daily exercise. Xo animal will do _: -L 'M X'' Jtd -.
February. M value the two from twenty to of them act something like croton oil welluthout exercise. It promotes a --- __ c-
S \\>'iern wilJu
March. Dh lon-ren.acol._ __ fim Monday In I thirty per ('cnf of the later, and the other irritant vegetable poisons, good' action of the limbs and I assists di-

STATE OFFICERS. simply on of its neatness. An- aiother il cause' profuse watery e\acuations fTi estion. The harness should be made to 3

(;ovcrnnr--Edward A. Terry,Tallahassee! essential point in economical tarm.ing from the bowels-"summer complaint.p ii t. thus avoiding chafes and bruises. In INVALIDS' HOTELmSURGICAL INSTITUTE I

L Attorney-General I' ('oopr,Tallahassee.iHjcrcUrjr is system. In no business is it'niore Others resemble opium or morphine- cold weather the lips and tongue of the

ri I I / of State-John
11 Comptroller D. names,Tailaham-e. ing may, it is true, earn lving a Democrat. S with the fro/en bit. The bit should always 0 No. 663 Main Street, BUFFALO, N. v. !

I 'J'f&lurr-E H Cnll. allahayrce., it is, for the time being, never be warmed before being placed in _ _ _ _ -- t i
I I CoinmniKloDer Lands-David and Lang, allar-acece. lay up anything for a "rainy day.*' The !I Health Hints. the hor c's mouth. Files arc very annoying .
Mitchell, TalUbnepec.Superintendent I methodical man, however, always knows a is threatened with faint to hoiscs, and the use of the net, or Not a Hospital, but a pleasant Remedial Home, organized with :

f1.4! S .ell, Tallalisgpee. I'ublic Instructions J. Rue his business, and can !o arrange it as to ;in, g I, bathe person the head with warm, not cold I, sOle preparation that will keep the flies

4 I ( mmiseiontr of Irotnlgratlon A. Robinson, I. accomplish what he hIs to do with much' water. away, is well icpaid. A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
t I T.nahurce 1 less inconvenience, expense or labor than' 'arc in driving is of the greatest importance. .
Z.4i11L IUraEXE XCRT. he who farms it in a slipshod A. teaspoonful of carbolic acid in ai How often do we see an

Chief A"Plate Ju.tcc-t.Tn.tce-.e.G. McWhorter P. Katicy,, Tallahamee.Tnllahafiee:;: manner. There must,1'sultof'system in every i i quart for of pure bites.soft water is a good wash animal driven until wet with perspiration And exclusively devoted to the treatment or all 'jchronic Diseases.

11 It 1 Van ,.ackonle.! thing pertaining to the farm; nstem in i I I mosquito and dotted with foam, standing This Imposing Establishment wets designed nnd erected to accommodate the large number of injaJ'J,7rhr visit nutra10 from

; rt'nuc L.tDS-.U. Lands. doing everything in time; system i in Bathing the infected parts in inflammatory withqut blankr or protection of any I erery State and Territory na well as from many foreign lands that they may avail them'.I"es : therV[ !'lonnl' scn'lces of ..

I : Land office, G&JneeTieC S Register.( having place fe>everything, and every I rheumatism with half an ounce kind cold northern winels. the Staff of lullcd specialists in medicine and surgery that compose tho Faculty of ti3 wiaeiy-cciebrate'' instJtution. .

: STATE L1NDS. its place; system in not putting ,Iof saltpetre in half an ounce of sweet oi When in such condition he evidently

.. lAnd efee Tallahaare*-C. I. Mitchell, Com of IIthing until to-morrow that can is said to be a good plan. suffeis intensely; besides the danger of TO INVALIDSknoTSothKJFof ,

: ; "ph'm in planing in'':, Convulsions may be frequently cut contracting diseases, from which he will A FAIR AND BUSINESS-LIKE OFFER .

COUNTY OFFICERS. working, in grain"growing, :> short, like magic, by turning the patientn never rcco\er. If any law on our statute \

t County .Tnde-J. R. Richard. Breeding and feeding. ; in short, SJstcI the left side. The nausea, as an after book should be more rigidly enforced Wo earnestly Invite you to come. see and examine for 'UotlT1'tll. our InstitutionS iijilianCe5. advant5 Jf'UIOIlB and success phJ8lcians.In curing who
'Ilronio dlscll8's. have a. mind of )"Our own. 1)0 not listen to or heed thc counsel of Ieptkul frwutlur
Clerk of Circuit Court-U. F. Tort 'i n c\erything.-Baltilwre
Rh"rllI.: W. Epperson.C. thctics, may generally be controlled( in dd When in use, blankets should to prejudice people against us. We are raponsibl. to you for what wo "P"' and if. you cOIHtnncl'ISlt refund 115. and find to that
A".aor-N. Wainwright. dng. "we. 'wm prfl'i'1l1 )
: misrepresented in any particular our institutions advantages or success 0&11"
t "al Collector-B. Hayoea. the same manner. a be in old weather, so we cipen antI ontOO: lad to show :
.5 Farm and Garden Notes. providct all e of your trip. We court honest. sincere investigation, have no secrets, unInterested -
le. :erii'tfnderj of 8chopU-R._T. Dowllng. For ivy and dogwood poisoning ho t that they dry without Chilling. and candid people wuat we are doing for Suffering
J County Siveyt.r-.John I'. I'ratt, C. V. Weed the garden after rain. J
_i S ('."I'y <'nnmcioiera-LVLtkovskI: O. 'V. M" wootl ashes enough to make a strong ]lye; Protect them from drafts when warm, humanity.'l .,-
f. I K'iiit y. \ 1L Iknsclcr, John S. An<'n>ns and 1: Sweet corn makes fine green fodder for wash the poisoned parts with this, anel; and either rub down, or let them stand
r \:Jb.: the pig. II let it remain a few minutes; then wash i in a stable, where cold air can not strike NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO SEE ,

'. CITY OFFICERS. --- -- diseased Just; as successfully without as with a personal con- personal vzaminatiu'i of the ptunt. 1V(} claim to POWM no !
greater ( dry anoint with Two threec .
>f )or-T. A. year. I b'c1se. or I sultation. While we arc always glad to ee-e our patients and miraculous powers.Ve obtan i'ir .n'wl'dg'c of the Patient: :
t. .. ., ): 1 1.)XnTc1.. Young and growing animals! are Ui applications of this will generally effect; A Keu-ed Version, become acquainted with them show them our institutions and disease by the practical api, ati-n. t' the practice of mod
And it
j.t h.I-E. I with 6"1'110 of treatment, jet wo have not cine. of well-cstablifhed |l'rlll'I'OIf! oio!l.-rn science. ;
: 1'|erl pnrkmn.S. most profitable for the farmer. a cure. farniliaruo thorn our
| There lived Alexandria in Vir- li has endowed us that
\I A-'eor-L I). WnJI. near : seen one pl'rsonln live hundred whom we bate cured. The pcrfc to the accuracy VorMwXn.tatK.n
V .Vrnenrcr-Ii.1 I. Jones. The best bre-ed \. good care, good 1 i To purify room set a pitcher of waterin ginia, an old colonel man andvomnn, :: aClLrarll with which scientists are enabled to deduce the we owe our almost 'I hli iStfl of Skillfully of practll treating and ;'.
chronkMUIe. $8.
( Wills. water, good feed ] the apartment, and in a few hours itwiliave whom their called ) minutes particulars: in their several eUpaitments. appearsalmost lingering or ,
.5 l'ly.'lom"y-. li.cliard J. :t.1 gOod barn. acquaintances Daddy miraculous, if we Mew it in the light e.f the early apes. the milrn'lIIi success wh11 Ia l n attaitedTake :1
luI\I.: J. U.-Ah.irez.: I). L. Alvarez.FIKLDS 1.. Truby Tat I It is better to cultivate a few acres! absorbed all the respired gases and ..MtmumnvVilliamns.: He had had idueatioiinl for example thc electro-magnetic t'k rnrh, the greatestInvention MARVELOUS through jden.11ItrHte the f.let that dl8Calf'
the air of which will have \ Of the O.KC. Is it not a nutritious decree of accuracy display CI.tfllll JInIJefl3. which. being sub-
__ h_ U thoroughly than to kim over many. i I : advantages, and could lead: in a to rjraetlu locate- fracture in a jetd to IfientiRC 8ual'I furnish abundant 5
is:; mathematica Ll Coarse wooleel become purer, but the water utterly filth r. fashion: peculiarly his own ; but his wife, which marine enables cubic nearly an operator thr.-.t thousand miles long? Our \ subSUCCESS. and unnirfakabk-, ta. to guide the judgment
1 nEt'lF sheep arc more liable to The colder the water is the greater the although ; as regards erudition clerk of the weather" has Income so thoroughly familiar with of the sku/till/ practitioner angl-t In determining
.. wonder at Higginsvillo, Mo., wbdoesn't 0 b infested with ticks than merinos. I i l I capacity to contain these At the larking > the most wayward clom-nts of nature that fir can accurately the nature of diseased tidition. '1'10 mOM ample resources
gases. possessed of character, which He fit in Wmhinl1on and foretell for treating lingering or chronic dj ea sand.the greatest skill.
q know a letter of the alphabet or Hardy frs arc beautiful about the ordinary temperature a pail of water will she often elNpLued in a manner that was predict what the their weather movement will bo in Florida cnn e.r Jsew York as well as if are this[ placed witl.m. tlr easy r,;.'-h ,.f .',t-ry however

'S one printed fignro from another, lm house in spots too shady to grow grass i I j,i absorb 1 pint of carbonic acid gas and very irritating to her husband. When traces named.hundred And miles so did in all not departments intent-no between of modern him and science tho, distant of hJ such or she affectionttpecmlty.may ret*' from! tUphj. Full tu rarticiiinrs uns making of our the treatment ongi- 4

S r who is wonderfully strong on uientacalcnlationfl LI If young horses sutler from cramps!Sj several pints of ammonia. The capacity: she became particularly fractious, Daddy I what 5s re-cium-el is the knowledge of certain ffiminintr: and treating patients at naitMVH .*-
give.laxative food, such as bran mashc;. i is nearly doubled by reducing the water would take the Bible, and to thatchapter gijn( '. Kroin thew scientists de-due-o accurate con- wm&mI "I'lo 1' tllIl" ('011101011 Sellao
I making them off-Iiand I. Tomatoes to the temperature of ice. Hence water in Revelation open I S 1&NS OFDISEASE. clusions regardless">f di tane-e. >o, also, in mt-di- ed i t-al Ad*l acr."iir, 4..V- "', '- xr n-Jiiio rngesOMT.K __n SIt
I planted among melons nndsquashes beginning: "And eat science, di!eass have et rtam unmibtakablo ; )colored nnd*>ther illustrntn>nM. JM nt. JW'l'It-I'11I vr.
:Ho is :5'5.jcars of a ;e. Ho claims that arc reported as helping to keep kept in a room for awhile is unfit for use. there appeared a grcalVondcr: in heaven, signs or symptVii3. and by reason of this fact, we Or write and descilbe jour symptoms, mdosJIItl'n' cents in

his gift was him from heaven insects. a Woman elothcd with the and the have been enabled tr originate and perfect a sys- stamps and a comp.ete treatise. "T j''nr varticulnr disenae. will
given I. of sun, be with terms for parucw
tern of determining- With the greatest accuracy, sent )'ou, oj- trials and all
I' and.eaB it came to him suddenly when If tomato vines are not trained or How Sea Lions Are Captured. moon under her feet,'' etc. : the.nature of chronic diseases without seeing and personally .

8.years old. He guards tlT ins tin i ) staked up, up rush to keep the tomatoes "The best sea lion contract lever made With impressive solemnity he would .
as follows : "An dcrc 'peared a COMMON SENSE AS APPLIED TO MSblCINE.
0 I
with the with P. T. real
utmost care, and will was Barnum in 1871, said wonder in lichen t',
great :a woman
S. Ewer questions uuless he is nOt"I c' .!1petre-nn. ounce to a Captain Cyrus Eastman to a San Francise.raniinrr o lowly closing the book he would Is a well-known fact and one that nppenls to the judgment of every thlnkin person thi'r. th. jh sicmn who devoteshis
I'nd. ; f IE "His ga/o: whole tlmo to the study and investigation of a certain claM of disea -s. .nii- t leonie N tt.-r .umliflrj to treat 8ucbdllell8C8
ing that it will b taken fr ( 'f use mcinfmgh : reporter. agent enteret sternly at his now 6uhllut wife, for the than he who attempt to treat e\ery ill to which flesh is heir. without givm Fp.elal att. r.an to any class of diseases. 555
:' should % the IU! 3- : i into a contract with me to del vcr a pairs pas-nge never the dc- McnTin all ages of the world who have become famous, have devoted their lives to s..me s}>ecal branch of science art. or .
it produce
use :
'e to him in New York and literature.
MO a t [ paidme
ntiarT OD COlDeDh sircel effect.-llnrpcr's Magazine. nnd the of medicine and this .t.-
subdividing Institution
Dy thorough oranization. practice surgery/in every Invalid Is treated
"\ ositj.GAFFS. e B,'1 dto h Ilk C; I,: one.hal $1,000 upon my signing the papers, by a 8pecialit-ono who devotes his undivided attention to the particular class of.diseases to v.hich the case l lonl1.8. Tho f.
: coo ;. t a and the final output &"omething like; advantage of.this arrangement must be obvious. Medical science offers a vast Hell for investigation and no physician can ,
,I for fighting cook a king. i ; 'a& preventvorIce. j 10000. I took two men and went I to A River of Ink. within tho brief limits of a life-time, achieve the highest degree of success in the treatment of ercrv malady incident to humanity'OUR : .

.! one and a half inches long. Wb J1: fe", t, Ganta Barbaia, where I chartered a 1 In Algeria there i! a small stream t

of highest tempered steel ,.Lhe 1" ;..'' Lrthcd' I I schooner and took on board six of th which the chemistry of nature has con S -
unity of I think whor- icvciti'd FIELD .. '
t t into true ink. It is formed 1 OF SUCCESS ,
r* outjqf a sliort circular stock bent .Ccweach. and 1 b est hssocrs (vaqucros) that: I by
J. i, get. the union of two rivulets, one of which 1. .
i is a little bigger arouad than de) D 1 I' San Miguel Islands at that time was is very strongly) i impregnated with iron, The treatment of Diseases of the I pamphlets on nervous' diM.asos. an* one ">f which will fa pent for ,

noee\lo nnd sharper pointed. The stKv,lt;!oe .. Placed read[y I alive with sea lions. There was no while the other. meandering through n i NASAL, THROAT Air Chronie l>aM ages anal and Catarrh Lungs,, Lar'uwith such as tt'flCentSinpOStagU a statement of (u aniJ.t.whctirerltitt casefor conultutit.nsotbatwe lor the'm ia aC'may' nipanied know

is into a soft leather band Wholeoie ,5rking with I trouble in lassoing a sea lion, but the j pcvit mai: -h. imbibes gallic acid, another: AND Kitiit, IJroiichltig, Asthma, and which one of our Tr atis<'=t f4>wpd.'A .
se that ingredient in the formation of ink. Letters Coiiiiimptioiif both through corre- v h.ie a *'j[ 'cml Fh'partment. thoroughly' i
instrent difficulty was to make the "
,; one by two and a hal inchcs ahout1 : lasso as a .. LUNG DISEASES Rporul'iKiand at our institutions, constitutes or;ani/iil. and e'''vofecntuwlu! to the tirat- 4 .
lacod around the birdaOr.. se.i: lion's netk is ]larger than his and other manuscript matters are sat an Important specialty. m. nt 1,1' DISt'Z"K \\4jine-ri.. hi: cry case ce>nsu :...
i' ; die as soon head. It was all right as long as i isfactoiily written with this singular \ c publish three separate book on Nasal, EEl :tmir our Ept'imlifrts. whtttter by letter or in
etriko thr h1e heaL with a spurI beghrto-uear, because injured by) 1 he was headed from but natural compound of iron and gallic Throat and T.nnjr TIscase5.WhlCtt give much! valuable Information, pe.-hon. Hi 1 IiVCii tin- must cLrdul and consider
< you: as soonit ) I viz I : (I I) A Un-utise oil Consumption, Larjngitis and Bronchitis; ate-att-ntion. hllioortant eiisistand( wRit feW .
lays a dead cock in'the pit every time. Ing or twisting off the fiuit. Cm. as i he turned thc riata: would slip oil and acid. price, post-puul ten cents. ((2) A Treatise on Abthma or Phthisic, Hbich have not ulrta'ly tuitliid the skill <>f nil
it off with knife scissors. ; -. -- ftivlnir new and successful treatment lrJ post-paid ten the home pbysiciao han thc benefit ot full
'' or ou lost him. ; cents. a ('olltl'll.of skilled
t I The1 boat gaffs cost $10 the set of four, |I 13 Jly only capture on the (J)A Treatise on Chronic Nasal Catarrh; price,post-paid,two cents. SpcCla.ll t. Kooms for Lulus in the I as alitis' lINt- arts try prtate. -
two each These American Deter be late in ceding than: to plow first trip was three mall ones, but as they Fruit put up for market in neat, attractive \ I:5cnd ten cent in Mauips f'ir, our larjfc Complete Treatise
t irJ are is too wet, for that i in- did not come up to the required weight shape brings best prices. Ilyapcpnia, Liver Complaint," Ob. on Diseases of Worn-. illustrated vritU nuuieroua wood-cuts and
nny= I
mdo The cheapest cost the set. DISEASES OFDIGESTION. Rtlnate constipation, Chronic Dlar colored plates ((1U p.>gew. .
its condition 1required for IJanium --- S ---
:2.5 jure j so that years \\ile I I sold them to John Robi non rhea, Tape-\\'onus, and kindred affections -'

to effect a restoration. I I s at Omaha, where they were an it nmcnseattraction. I "Fools Itiish In \\horr Antrrln Tea loTnail. are amoiiff those chromic diseases in the successful HERNIA Breach ). or KrPTmEno
A COXFL.\GRAIO'y which took place 1 I .. treatment of which our specialists| have RADICAL CURE 'inatti of how lonjr Mnndmir. or of what size.
in A cause of many failures, according : J On my second trip I So joi.tli N often gi\en to attained great success. Many of the diseases lately remote of Ch'na impetuous folly
a village ha added to force and the liver and other their RUPTURE <>ur rpiiinlisrs. uitliout the hem Ife mid
to took orjranscontributing in
a poultry man, is the to t my a hunting and *>,1tiol<: and. Jii a n-Milt, nervous.,
destroyed one of tho most remarkable attempt crew of eight men, and incut.il I I I '.r&.im if' keep a number : profiting by I' folow. .I
large .
c when thc my ,, selfontidi, is at night infrequently mistaken by both laymen and physicians for other buinlunt rl'f..rt'nc fctnd ten cents for
: literary and artistic museums in the proper amount of care cannot he muii.I '1 former experience I had my riatns. fixed Im\al1.tl.\ o ','ur, premature lacking 01.1 age; seeinsset maladies and treatment is employed directed to the removal of a Illustrated Treatise.
S with fishhooks, and also well plastered I ting in.ruin is in tinfnie k. 1 onlidenc-.\ disease which does not exist. Our Complete l Treatise on Diseases PILES FIS'ITUC and other diseases affecting the lower
t \ror'(1 The edifice in question, says: Gras should be cut, i possible, when with resin lint I could can; .and should "rile 10 I Ir.) K.V.I 1'ieree of 1 Hnf-Oi: of the Digestive Organs will be Bunt to any address on receipt of bowels, are treated with'wonllt-rflll SUC'('-!. The worst cases: of r.ten r.
the St. Paul (.Hole, was the ancestralliomo it is (lr\'. "When: help is plenty! it is not hold] the falo, N. V.. the altlor.f treatise for the IK'n- cents in postage stamps. ,1)110 tumors are permanently euie-d in Iiftcen to twenty <}. ;
better to do this work the j b casts t and so I shot one, and throwing: <'lit of that I da Jllil''t. anll drs<'nix- \ourMinptoMis.uul IIRIGHT'S DISEASE, DIABETES Sid .!end ten cents for lustrattel Treatise.kindred .
I of the family of Confucius, built in afternoon, thc lasso MitT" ii i,. e.in cure vm atour / 1 I
over Hipper I found that it KIDNEY muladies. han !'cn"l'ry
after the heat of the 0 largely treated 0 rJ1..tmc.w'aknl''s, nervous debility t "
day has : l \ IIOIIK*, iind \\ill send Jim full particulars, and effected ( prematiin
centuries Loo i the Pro partily would hold. All that Veal has to do is cures in thousands of cases which bad UELICiTE I ot the>
near 1 mauly
I ago 5- subsided. i Iy in.111.i __ __ been pronounced beyond hope.' These diseases are deckle powers m\e>luntaryital.
DISEASES.tion i 'j ntiil I
inco of Shan-Tang. In th's building, Coal ashes are not fit for the dust.box to give mc his flipper and I have gothim. ('OII'IC, (10 ruorils ki'tfor mnn'v je/ir" readily diagnosticated, or determined. by chemical. DIsUsE I of jogsMjnij wII-I'O alrt uer. me nun.orj lime'holy.: m v.t.\li!anxi back ty., and nbe.nee kin- ,
> .My men all Indians. I took ol analysis the urine without a personal examina- |
were fo lie-i
one nj-; are (oininii less frequent eerjear. .y dred dffttiOflS. ore bptcdily] thoroughly and permanently .t
gencrat'on after the mae! until the cinders have of patientH. who can, therefore,
genernt'on, been sifted out. A and generally be eured. S
tlll'l: showed him the ick, and the oticceas icily treated at their home ,
I heirs of tho great Chinese teacher have hen cannot throw coal cinders on her next morning we went into the sea liom is' If afflicted with eyes iis'> Ir. Kite- Thomnon'bhjvu.ite.r. Drncticc of chemical analysis and microscomcal The examination study and of To those acriuainndwith our institutions. it is hardly necessary .
fo that tbtt In\'ll.mIs': Hotel and Surgical Institute, the S
dwelt back. They arc too hcavv betide* they Druggists ati'w per bottle the urln In our eonslderatlim of cases, with reference say ,,;
in an unbroken 1 no for 2. ; ; rookery and caught four. I went to SanTraneisco S to correct brancn establishment L
at Xo.New:
rOO hurt her feet. diagnosis, m which our institution long became (IA rrrn Mn et.tendon. .
I ago famous has .
'otrs, bearing the title of dukes. With j ; immediately] and placed my 1 'Rnrirjfii.UL'iiieiieis anything! Brken Chi. I naturally led to a very extensive practice in diseases of the England, have, for n.any j'cnrp (.Jh}t'd the extinction of beIng '
( urinary '
Jlas. Wood
tree Vials
The struggle against I lie) captive's) in a bait-water tank, and kept nn at )rui & Gro organs. 1'rob.iMy no other institution in the world has been so the most largely patie>ni/ed and w lldy l eehtratd inMitutionn in :
may .
!1 every other family in China a noble continued in autumn werl1 less them there until the of the{ I I'lsn'KOIIH I .,lfnr e'.itarrh is ,iii r.ible I to largely patrom/cd by suffers from this class of maladies as the old arise the world from for the tnatment' nnd Cir% of those nfTi etuins which r
more or and wrI11fun.j"i'rlI'S youthful indisi retionsatid
departure ue.. i-" not Ii midorasnuir., 'iDi. ; Dispensary and Invalids' Hotel. Our j'vnriieioiis.solitary prneturs. t
\ man's rank must always be lower than success as long as their seeds can lie, i in- i next steamer for got them I I specialists h-i\e ac'jtnred. through a vast and varied experience, "e. many years a o, istabhshed n special Departnitnt for the ''
that of h's ancestors for duced to for the isthmus and landed grr>nt expertness in determining I the tract nature of each case, treatment of these iscaes, under the management of some of -
; no true Confucian sprout, ready dltrction> safely over them I and hence, have been successful in nicely the most skillful plisicians and surgeons on our Intf. in order r I :
adapting their
i woul presume t stand higher by the harrow. j alive and well in New York, and got my Dyspepsia for the cure of e individual case. remedies that Council all who of the apply most teiusniipht'x rece-ne nil thciidantage80f a full i ;.l
than A Vermont farmer plants sunflower i 1'pay. Hake* many lives miserable, and often leads to wit I These delicate diseases bl'eclaJll 1 :.0
t grandfather, father, or his a _ _ be carefully treated
seed instead of pole to each hill! of destruction. Distress after eating sick headache, OAUTION.b n specialist thoroughly familiar with them. and I'"I TVe offer no spolojry for devoting so much '.1
ii elder brother. In tho iustr'ous The a I Children and Pets. heartburn sour stomach, mental depression, etc.. i who is competent to ascertain the exact condition a' nt111! to this mglectcd class of diseases' f. -''
beans. sturdy stalk for bi liei .
t" "house of Confucius," however, the pole, the seeds supply anowerec an 1 A child brought up without the knowledge 1- arc fN.cau"Hood by this(1'common ton"-8 the and stomah.Increasing creatM dll made (which can and only stage" bo of ascertained advancement by a which careful the chemical disease and has No A POLOSY. ; t't.eht'd ing no to merit condition the of sympathy humanity and is best too \' : .-';\',.

: lofty title of duke ant)oultr ". excelentfeed of pet animals is 1 solitary being, an sick app.tt", promotes healthy dIKftnn. relleres. microscopical examination of the urine), for medicines which are vies of the noble profession to which w<* "."
passes unchanged ) ,i if h'aahp. clears the mind the moot curative in ono stage or condition are known to do b ong.. Many who suffer from these terrible
no matter there be brothers and sisters positive injury
except when after The best labels for are'' : (15 of dpepMa.. In others. We have never therefore, attempted to diseases contract th{'.n innocently. Why any m<'ilieal man.intent : .
marking plants "Iha" put up anything
t." emperor emperoradds while a child who has animal to tend is H'tJeapjK-tite' exHn, trnnI.1 l I with did dsPpsla I had but for general silo through drunpists, recommending to cure these on doing good and i.le\iatmg suffering, should shun such cases,
1 by royal decree some new phrcso made from zinc. and only a common ,never quite alone. A of a did me little .anr. In an hour after eating.' 1.would or diseases, althoi.-n possessing very superior remedies, knowingfull we cannot imagine. Why any one should consider it otherwise
of honor lead pencil is needed to marl\: them. The isel I experteme a faints or UrP. all gone feeling. well from an <'iisuo experience that the only safe and success than most honorable to cure the worst cases of these diseases
) ]l lilieral
F t tbe namo and line of writing is at first faint. Imt becomes distinct education, with its of I Hood's Sariaparllja did mn .e amount of ful course is to carefully determine the disease and its progress in we cannot understai-d; and yet of all the other maladies which
the famous ,f ldeiy. unwearied activity cheerful go. I gave me an a1pctlte. and my food relished each caso by a chemical and microscopical examination of afflict mankind them is probably none about which physicians in
philosopher. Tho tomb of when exposed to the weather. sympathy and love than ad au.nt. the. rra"llf ha previously expert- urino.and thin adapt our medicines to the exact stage of the dis the general practice kncr BO little. W e shall therefore, continue, aa
Confucius JI stronger death; ( I tant Ure. a."oDe ease and condition of our patunt.To heretofore,to treat w'.h our best consideration.syinpathy.and
huge mound
A. skill.
i I Beans arc rich in nitrogen and teelng.- PAGEat ,
arc :nay, love that is triumphant over shame r\n )M. all applicants who ar suffering from any of these delicate diseases.
; : treee, on the bank of the river good food for any sort of anima Is. and i ignominy and sin-influences that Hood's Sarsaparilla WONDERFULSUCCESS. marvelous this wise success course attained of action we attribute the CURED IT Ufllirl'ost of these cases can br treated when at a

.Szo, with .carved animals on each 1: Hogs may be fattened on them. There so often wear out human love or make Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for 95 Pr"pre only that important and extensive by Department our specialists in Al nUfflC. dotancc just &4 well as if hero in person. '
corner of
C. I.
by our
i 'CO., .
i is nothing better for sheep, and they change to hate. How HoD. Aptheaes institutions do\oted exclusively to the A
and groves of tree ; many of us hold of disvase'Rof treatment Complete ITS pages) on these diseases sent needed,
IOO the
cypress ranged are just the thing for cows in milk. I Doses One DollarKIDDER'S kidneys and bladder. The treat- OI plain envelope, from observation, S
> our friends with a love as 'inexhaustible l meat of diseases of tho secure on receipt of only ten
1 ,. '- solemnly around. The relics of h age, I Farm horses protected by thin blankets, and inextinguishable as that which oui constituted a leading blanch of our practice urinary at the In\alids'organs having Hotel cents"in"stamps" forpostage.

f' '.. and the rich tributes worship paid to from flies in hot weather will keep in dog gives to us? The child especially and inquiries Surgie.U fur a Inptitute.complete and.work being on the in constant nature and receipt of numerous SURGICAL to Hundreds n.odern of the most difficult operations known fii.

; t him by generation after generation j good condition much more easily than if : finds in the faithful creature much ol maladies, written j in a style to be easily understood curability, we have of these pub [ ] most skillful surgery manner are annually by our performed burgeon-cpccial-in the

;: .. ...: :' s'nre GOO B. C., have all been Kathered.j i exposed to the torment of innuUrahle ;i its own impulsive and ardent life; the I senUoanvudaress lished a large Illustrated on receipt Treatise of ten on cents these in diseases, which will be I'RACTI UI1.. ists.i Large Ston s are safely removed from the J
I bites during all the hours of the delight in little the postage stamps.B BlaifJer, by cruslnig.washing and pumping them
long things
.into the "house of Confucius j ready JNFLAlEqATIo out, thus avoiding the great danger
curos. .. of
lately OF cutting.
: ..... .. hot days. S I ity, the ceaseless activity, the 1 LADDER DElL, STOVE isr THE THE BLADDER"II L/ATI. Our specialists,remove cataract from the eye,thereby curing blind 'w

':: .rt ': .. deAtroye Here were accumulatd Calves must be kept thrifty from the; changes in occupation, the unabated in- j j .ravel, Enlarged Prostate Gland, Rel ness.when They also strughten cross-eyes and insert artificial ones
I precious terts on stone and marble> I first with no set-back, if they arc to become I terest in existence. Kittens, again, j jA N ISESES. may tcutioii bu included of Urine among,those and in kindred the affections. Uterus are arrested Maoy?n Ovarian growth and ar-I cured also Fibroid by electrolysis Tumors coupled of the S

t .s : and commentaries on his books, fully developed early: and this is I seem sent to give to a child just what I th: our Specialists have achieved extraordinary cure of which. with other means of our Invention whereby the great danger of
won-I o*>88. Those arc fully sue- cutting in these cases is avoided.
treated of operations
1 derful caning i jade and & the only way to get satisfactory profits I dog leaves out: the more refined ways Urinary Diseases bent by moil for in our ten illustrated cents m pamphlet !! Especially has the >-uce< ss of our improved operations for Varicocele. -
jars from raising them, whether for the dairy the soft playfulness, the gentle domesticity fsURE CURE FOR atamos Hydrocele. Flstul.e, Ruptured Cervix Uten, and for Kup-
vases porcelain, and beyond [ or the shombles. the willingness to be tended and [!I INDIGESTION STUJCTVUES AND URINARY FIS.tured Perineum, bec'i alike gratifying both to ourselves and our
I all I DYSP.PSIA. TUR T1JLf.-l I undretis of cases of patients. Not less so have been the results of
to of tIme worst form numerous
: a say nothing jewels and The onion crop must have nitrogen.ill petted. Kittens about the house supply] Over. !(I")PhTslllaR. have of stricturr', many of theni imrenti.aggravated for Stricture of the Cervical Canal a condition in the female operations gen
: told and silver work sent from I '! Ashes have frequently been the smaller punctuation in the book of for Indigestion saving that they have It I Is ever the best, .preparation of inexperienced by th careless use of instrumenta m emily resulting in Barrenness or srtcrihty, and the cure of which,
appled life their little frisks and '\4 hive never hrM of nor 1! physicians and surgeons, causing false passages! by a safe and painless oj-cration. removes tlia commonest of in'.1. .
ptfrts'of the Celestial Kingdom, and( where thc same plot was year ; leaps and pats DWETYLS wa taken that 1 waa not pRI&d. where urinary flstn!.r, and otlmr complicnt ions, annually consult us for pediments to the bearing of offspring.

t.I even bj reverential"outer barbarns" : after year, but they are lacking in nitrogen are dashes the while commas the and semicolons in and ;' FOR CHOLERA INFAHTUM.u. skill relief of and our cure.specialists That no is pruved case of by this cures class reportti 13 too difficult for the. sent A Complete on receipt Treat-se on any one ot tbo above maladies will be
the in teieeutsinstamp.
dog puts colons our illus.
: AU,. .nearly] of and sooner or later the bottom > : IT WILL CURE THE MOSTar.nviTEDrASEs.: tCttei tr"atieS on these ma a.iies, to which we fl'ftwIth
01 al tese treasures go out of the land. wi anl perods.-lrp r'8 Bazar I IT WILL STOP VOMITING IN PRFHSASCY. iiurusL thii ('lIes of cast's I-* physicians in eiiiaji pride. To Although wo have In the preceding parar'aplis. -
""f are forever lot this deplorableevent I IT WILL JU.LEvE COSSTPATOS. dangerous i.n-cc-edmjr. Many a man has been ruined experience for life bv is a ALL CHRONIC .made mention of some of the special
,I .. i The object of plowing corn in a dry] 'he title of Generalissimo whIch For Summer Com\lant a.t Dlarh el'-imsr while thoiixiii'ls annually lose;their II\PS through fit tilments to which particular attention UKlven
which has is used are the :
fallen by trr-afnf DISEASES
n>pertecl end
nt. leul-irs
China ? .reutt digestion part of and by the specialists
upon as season is not so much to kill the weed's DIGESTYIJN your e-use ten eetits in Ktimnu c.t the Invalids'Hotel
notliipg the Spanish and Italians. It has been Take .1 InlnedlatI'ure for a l.iry illustrated treaties containing and Surgical Institute, the instinition
short many yet -
J i--- of for all and testimoniahi.
a national to form DYUESTYLS pains disorders
> as mulch
( a of dirt that S
. .1nmty.: dry wi used by the French, Cardinal ; the they come from Indlgustlun. Epileptic A SPECIALTY abounds in skill facilities, and ap
:No liberality!on the part of the'mperor ': condense the moisture in the shape being the first Heheleu your drucf 1st DI.FST\L1N iprl-e $1 1 per "sl ralvl'.. roiivulsions. or FIt. Pa. paratus for the fiiccessfcl treatment of
to take or I'alsj
it. It ( I Ito bottle) If be not It send Tocomotor dollar
: dew ) do ha-f one tout j Ataxla. ailment, whether re-
I.t C people can replace! the Vanished ( and that will conserve or save I the: general in chief who has under Do and will .nd a to jou.exprewi prepaid I 111 n.S.t. Slt'p itiis's. riiid Oaiice, Insomnia, eir Inability quiring for its cure edicaj or surgical means. .
}memorials of that remarkable teacher. I moisture that comes up from tb- hidqDrese two or more grand division under hi'I h.sltt. to. "send twenty jour flvp monev.year.Our house 1 I" Delillity ariliiIg threatened from OvCtLjyxces msanitj.. Nervoua All letters of inqu or of consultation should be addressed V 15_

!I \'oirs below, _. j I It als. The have gen S er'M.. 1*. IUUJER A ('().. : o1.'r XI1S; < *=. ?:" *>err vanety of and
. English never med it. I ; nervous affeeWORth'S DISPENSARY
1 UIDlr"rID.IDI('btRih a John SI, N.Y tion sro tr-itod: bvour Fnffiali-M for the-du-oHM-s with unusual MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
4, ': "' .. :.:"" ..hi '.'. uceea. fcdtj numerous caaea re-ported in our different Uluatrat ,
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