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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 17, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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::: U4 STABKE, BRADFORD CO. FLA. SEPTEMBER 17 1887. 1

-. -- ..- NO. 11.
" The Railroad Gazette ; --- .
states that it i1 a THROUGH THE

well-known fact STORM. chance that --- -
Miss -
among railroad that Carew would not be
men I h llear a voice, a tender never see him again. But at any rate, THEN AND NOW.
overcome
: on railroads running north and Eouth the 'oit soft falling by my many and undoubted she would see him once more, and then TEMPERANCE. EWS SUMMAKY. -
Through But !
the storm charms. we will let that "
west rails wcar out the faster;' that five The waves were ; "I won't pas. -. Oh, snrely he would see that she L
high th,
bitter winds were say anything more about it," was for I was the girls were thrifty
,
rails will wear out on the west side of the callling i said Miss Campion with sorry having misjudged him so. The Temperance Banner. Eastern and Middle StateL'iE I Wen young
a sigh "but
; But Colin remained Their work went ahead
at the Ladbrokes1 right ,
I' tract while three service Yet when know her Wave high the banner Boston yacht '-olulkel won the
are doing on the breathing warm how you you will understand for the night, and had not returned to And let the tmprc Boston herald IOJ cap th Marblehead They milked the cows,and churned the butter
happy she
j cast side. Of skies serene, of sunny day." will make some one some Forde when she left it the next morning The banner gaily floating s race for the Ea.tern; Yacht Club. And learned t make good br -

In uplands lying At dinner for home. ,''GaiiiBt wrong and slavery. A FIRE at Pitt>burg.Pa..destroyed two fine Tis thirty years since me and'Zekel i
l- The Shoe anl Leatherleporte peace beyond; Colin sat opposite to Betty had been when she ni ne-story the Dispatch newspaperoffice
Betty right assumed buiting First
M.ysj Shis Tell out together,
tender and he out the shameful
'oic unto my voice as watched her beautiful, that story and causing estimated sr
that the strikes in the shoe trade during Made replying, face, he was quite Colin had gone away on the previous Of what strong drink has & less of $."HX prnperr>,lI. a And now we've got right smart o* money
indorse
to his
answer
fond prepared
; afternoon to avoid her. Her harsh Tell, tell the
shameful
the last rejection story Laid by for
have rainy
in aunt's
I cost mysterious
year wages from opinion of her TiE disaiipearauce of weI
goddaughter, of hjs To beneath the E
proposal had roused his
a sTe associated
with John
F.
$5,000,000 to $6,000,000. Nearly hal Tometimos, indeed, like crash of armies met though Betty was anything but kind to anger, and he had felt too hurt to bid the &hlbrg.miionaire' brewer of Philadelphia, in;

1 this sum is said to ing, him."Don't her young, brave, the valiant, ises. has We don't much on bonds or
have been lost in the good-by. But on his return to Lon 'list in noble light ynou enterpi ben accounted for go coupons,

five months' strike in Worcester Arose the gale; like you think Colin is very much don his anger grew less as time passedon ,Against this foe by the lattr's nksertion that the missing m Or railroad stocks,and sich,

county. But over all that sweet voice kept the painting of my grandfather in the though his love for Betty did not And battle for s trecherou h fort'hi.lime and the names of Other We like the ring of gold and silver,
I Mass. The strike of repeating, rght pa tune of about $3)0,000. tIt .
Wilmington morocco "I shall not fail. drawing-roomBetty? asked Miss Camp- diminish. As his thoughts dwelt her tlt' makes one feel
on
Shrink not, pause not, nor tremble; THE Ti.t. t he Scotch cutter which is to s rch -
i workers lasted seven months and cost Harper's Magazine.BETTY'S pion."Do so constantly, he began to seek for some The enemy is by, reprnt Britain in the coming international But la! We've spent many a dollar

t $22 ,000. The strikes at Salem and you mean that very handsome reason for her unkindness, and the more His deeds of rueful sorrow 'achtlc arched at New York a Upon ou only darter,
soldier
Peabody :Mass. entail hanging between the windows?" inexplicable did her conduct appear. -Are seen by every eye.routh's few days ago after a voyage of twenty-one And Sairy Ann's so smart, we reckoned
. a loss of $: OOO000 asked
,- Betty Colin -
MISTAKE regardin critically. Her harshness and anger the day that he Temperance Banner. days Schoolin would make her smarter,
\ in wages. Lesser strikes bring up "Oh, no, ; cannot see the proposed to her were so variance with AN express train near South Norwalk,
the faintest resemblance." her character that he Consumption Liquors. C oiiii., struck 'wagon containing Eben Van in

I total ___ Miss Campion hastily changed the subject some at last concludedthat : The report of the United States Bureau of Hoosear, his w fe, daughter and grandson. For five long years she went t college,
I four
must exist All
Statistics were instantly killed.
The EY ANNA KINO. j to spare her nephew's feelings. misunderstcnding : gives strong refuting testimony to And stuffed her head
in ,
: monument over the of Israel her pretty ,
ought to the JOHN R.
grave explain assertion that the of wine promotes IrAs. a New York broker,
Putnam, the hero, at Miss Campion was :little restless. She though Colin was inwardly delrhted"at away. I temperance by reducing u the consumption of I ben arrested and 1 lodged in jai in h Till now she knows more than the parson, .

Brookline Conn.Revolutionary for had I dressed for dinner some time previ- Betty's frankness-the more ccnusc This i idea led him to make a journey to stronger '.liquors. France pre-eminently f 100,000 bail OK a charge of an accomplice But yet she can't make bJad

which the State; ou sly, and now backward and he was undoubtedly good-looking. Devonshire, a few days later, though his the wine-drinking country among the great in the ribU-ry of 1loO from the.anhatt Wen she came home, says we'l see now

appropriated $10,000, will be dedicated forwaid: from her 10\'t observation Presently another appeal was made to hopes of winning Betty's love 0werc po wers. Of the four whose ttisic a M. Care by it paying teller Scott What eddication i"For ,-
post at given in this report, she alone years ago. &" esaj>ed to Londonantl
: June 17, 1888, the anniversary of the the wJdow to consult the little Swiss Betty by the fond aunt. sm all. more and mor addicted to becoming. Since from there semis on a full'oufc-ion I catched cold one day a churnin

hate of Bunker Hill. The remains of clock l hanging over the writing table-- "Do you know, dear, Colin was placed He walked over to the Rector on the I isso she h far more than doubled her con- And took the rheumaliz.
for her first in every examination that he went nnption, only of wine, but of \&
. byes were not morning after his ai rival, was shown stronger
so good as had South and West
; G'nerl Putnam, in remarkable, ervilion they in for when'he the ii'Iuors, and also becoming a IV.
pre! l)(' was walking hospitals into the empty drawing-room by a neat i Jarge coni I i I
{ sumer of beer. Her for A WATER t\.k burst near Norway, Mich.,
? per She fixed her
hair in
what she told
were lately rcmo\'cl from the There were few people living who were maid-servant, who told him that Betty tln of ardent spirits was capit.. conmp; j killing six workmen: and badly I injuring six u

; Brookline cemetery to the new site, and very dear to her. and of these she was "Really? said Betty, incredulously, would be there in a few minutes, as she I many's, 1.14 gallons; Great Britain and Irelands I I ot hers. Was a.McCarty roll,

i. the old tombstone, with the inscription pc.ting this evening the two whom ex-she raising to Cohn the frankest, most innocent could be easily sent for to the church, I 1.01; and Ameria's. 1.24. The same I I. ANOTHER sucee-isf; train robbery has oc .And went t mixin'up her bread-dough .

Io best in the of eyes. "I thought clever people whither she had gone to practice. Colin, y e France 3' gallons of wine curre1 on th .)thern Pacific roadthi time In my best butter bowL
prepared by President Timothy Jw.ight, and world--her goddaughter became doctors sometimes." however, decided to and had per,capita, against less than half a gallon per at 1'afago, a MI bill station i-a-st o Tucn,ArS he made it,and she said she baked it,
namesake, Carew go himsel for the other nations. Union izona. The consisted
of Yale College, was deposited in the and Colin Campion her nephew.Betty moment Colin suspected that she no difficulty in finding edifice, capit Sigal. the gal & Co.'s of express men, who safe And I'set down and cred. -
rite
I of the State was trying to snub him, but Miss Cam- And for while I didn't -
a
rooms Historical Society at She had a definite object in view in w was at hand. Afraid of the Rum Oligarchy.A than f 1 (,00t> care much

, Hartford. bringing those l pion attributed Dety's rudeness to fatigue He seated himcl just inside the door, I A WIND an'I nail storm damaged nearly Whether I lived or died.
: young people together. A Ph I Ii
-
and sent to bed soon struck nixil cotemporary aptly building Kenville, Minn. A
few weeks before she had had of very by of the picture before "The remak I every in woman
an i of
atackof after dinner him. The papers Philadelphia ae was instantly killed and a man fatally in v.
: A careful estimate has teen made by bronchitis, and this illness had sug old church was cool and ain wae to the enormity of the crime of colorj I} jured. Whie'Zekel, up and down the garden,
dim and still the chancel !
gested to her the alone glorified g and other eatables with chrome
, officials connected with ftatc advisability of making During the next few days found nole L\TER returns increased the number of A rarin'and pitchin',
\tonw\ the a
y fail
her will. When she Bety' by sunlight, which glinted throughthe butthey to catch on to the dance
Grinncll's oflicc in Chica#) as to the how she should divide began l her to consider. numberless opportunities slighting colored windows, while the whole of death going on by the coloring and other ]killed worth,by hi the, to wrrtkof icore than the 170.train There near ChatsW also a- a swearin'at the college teachers,

amount of stolen property be Colin, but she was so gentle and affectionate building filled with deadly ingredients of the rum sold in their i Cause.they'd forgot the
I the
money ly the Cook tween Betty)' and Colin, her heart seemed t to her was long plaintive m idst. And how strange that is." It might large list of w iinded.UxiTEDSTVTEs He wished there kitchen
godmother that he
\, county thieves in the two yews from September torn asunder.. She could not calmly contemplate retained notes of the organ. seem "strange,"esteemed editor, but do SENATOR RIDDLEBERGER was no'olog or
her old lace his first opinion as to the sweetness Colin sat down near the door andwaited not realize what miserable cowards youw as committed tn jail and lined$2iby Judge Any sick foreign stuf.

1884, to September, 1G.! <; Not her favorite and china, and all of her character. He accepted her patiently till Betty should come. metropolitan brethren are. They make thee Newman \Ytllto'k, Va., for ('ontmptof I graduates made bread like leather,

less than $480,000 was stolen in 1St-' for possessions, going out of the slights with so much good temper, and Il heard her dismiss the little boy with tensions of being the educators of the public pre court A been Only more sour and tough
family she
wanted Betty to have received his aunt's with moral but dare not strike at the root of the street refl.til' on the Judge in a case.in
and such
fully $:20,000 in ItjMi-JST.( The them. Colin must, of course, the praises genuine a kind word of thanks for his services the morals. They are I w hich liiddlebergi'r was interested. VI.

total is estimated at $1,000,000 for the little estate, but then, too, he must hne have amusement, that Betty was at last saw her shut and lock the organ; and lately afraid of the rum oligarchy. abs a THE entire 1.-lsile poitionof San Francisco Our no good in the kitchen,
to confess
compelled to
that her Sir's
the hersel then he waited in almost trembling expectancy Philadelphia editor the courage court was hall'l: by nil explosion the Giant .
two The tax for money to Keep it for she did h t But then she's
years. levy county purposes wish Forde up not estimate of him had altogether while she came slowly down the consequences of opposing the liquor traf1., Work* at West Herkely six miles awful smart
for the to be neglected after her She felt that she fi c. They ignore the issue of One Cllnaman and She keeps the old
same period vaS2O-() death. rong. could not respect the center aisle. greatest the day away. was kild four planner hummi',
'I 000 $1.200,000 for him very much, for a man who "Betty'!" he said he to deal with a few ignorant German bakers white men amid six in- Raves over works of art;
lfc81-85 and At length an idea occurred to her softly, rising as using a sbtitut for eggs. Chrome j urist.
would marry any girl for expediency'ssake yelowcries Reads Frenchand paints,and sings but'ZekelSays
spoke. ,
$1,300,000: for : which if some innocent once a
ISSo-'SC.; The carried '
HOLMES Pt
out would
stealing, obviate all ; &YEAh was at Prince
was not worthy of much honor; but "Doctor Campion!" M perhaps, but the close of each day hanged he would give his head ,
J according to the estimate, amount to dilliculties. Why should not Betty and she would be him dozen of funerals bearing their mk George Court JoUa for killing his wife
to
Colin and more polite as his "You are surprised to see me here," t fa r by poisoa I she'd forget that tm-fol nonsense,

forty per cent. of the levy in both !-cars. e |ually marry,without troublesome share her fortune conduct would not in any way affect he said,"' gently, walking out by her ing manhood places-wrecks victims of of dram was onc that sturdy ChARLES Ai FEL shot his-wife fatally and And learn t make good bread.

,: (of' ? With this any thought in her dh'isiol her. side.The pl milled to confront the shop almost a then committal suicide in New_ Orleans. -JfcirY A. Benson,in Texas.SiltinU

Under the Constitution .Mi it mind Colin was very grateful for this changein sun shone down hotly on her as corner. Stepstones to disstr'; foundations -: FRANK Wr.'oxa..; hanged at Pet
adopted by Campion had invited them to Forde, i her attitude toward him, and a friendship she leaned against the stonework of the to hell.-West Grove ( .) ', Arizona, for a double murder.
Holland in 1814 women were allowed to and was now awaiting Betty's arrival between them which dent. depn- EX-UXITEDTATES SENTATOR SARGEAn.of PITH
ANDJP01NT.
sprang up on doorway, revealing to Colin how pale and :
vote, the requisite) qualifications i however with some nervousness. his side deepened into love. Of her feelings thin she had become, and how sad were California,i.;dead. He was born in Mas- I!

being that Her itervomtsness increased when she: i he could little. She was invariably her and It Does Prohibit. i| sachusetts in lwas several time a Representative It is difficult for
thephoh pay taxes on had welcomed her guess eyes lips. 'i ; in Ccngress, and M-rved. in the Sen- a drinking man to
property and be able to read and write ( goddaughter and sweet and frank; but the fear of "You have been ill!" he said, looking One of the strongest arguments the lquormen t! j ate from 1873 t.)187-J.; hold his breath; it is generally too strong .
brought her into the claim
; drawing-room l losing her friendship by to down her against prohibition is that do I 1 j for
attempting at anxiously. j ADOLPHZE.NNEKE, editor of the New Or- hm.-Sftngs.
but few it not This
of claimed here
them have cared to exercise wao necessary that she should make prohibit is in Tennes-I
Rain her love for some time preventedhim "Oh, no I am well I leans Mascot,-was hot while: ejwtmg from "
understand ; perfectly -unusually see, has never been tried, and we "I: was rapped in'slumber; said the .
their privilege. Xow that peril threatens band Betty how ceirahle : hus from putting his fate into her hands. well indeed!" she answered fail to understand how such a claim can his office a young man who had mUM to demand tramp as the policeman hit him with a

the nation in the extinciol of the royal Colin would be raising any On the last day of her visit, however, the !h hastily, nervously fingering the flowers established b t, }Zenneke's the retraction of shot an alleged go libeL club.-Washington. Critic.
in her mind. partner wa dead
suspicion They point other states where
house longing of his heart overcame this fear, i in her belt. t it has been month
of Orange by the death of the tried | : 'ago. The chinch eats the farmer's
"You and bug ,
grain
are very tired], dear, she said, and he all his soul say is not successful there, but
out to her
poured not I "You are surprised to see me here, seeing who \ CHIEF COLOKO\V with almt The bee moth spoils his
honey.
pre.--eut king, the women hate: become hastening to pour out of tea with the people inaugurat it say it is successful j ninety Ute I
: cup noticing that her face was hardening at i how we parted," he said, watching and they certainly the most reliable Indian has g<*ie on the war{>ath in Colo The bed-bug fills him full of pain
aroused, and regularly attend! ( the poll*,, trembling lingers. "I shal never become his words. her intently. "We did not even say witnesses on the subject, and why; :r- At last Accounts a sherilFs posse of The humbug scoops his money.atonia -

8nl1 .V 1, I fsence anfl their ballots reconciled to ,-they are so "Tcl me, Betty I Give me one word of good-by." :, Simply because their sole object is the pro 101 men was i it hut pursuit., and a light was (Texai) Argus. -

a- noisy and dusty. I is a pity we arc in h iolC! Have I any chance he pleaded.he "Have[ come to wish me good-by I hibition of the manufacture and sale of imminent f The man who is in the habit of trying
the leaders who you
upholi are arranging to such a hurry always nowadays.: They turned toward him then, her face now?" she asked trying smile. bition whiskey did, and they are satisfied. I proh- j PRAIRIE fire? have caused heavy damage to get at the bottom of things should beware -
defend their country. But more is ot managed better in the last not prohibit they would frt; ;in the vicinity ".f Mexico, .
I century, white and stern her mouth lI" of overboard in mid-ocean.
i whel wearing a "No; I have come to ask you why you one to condemn it They would want ,1 !! THREE men-C. !
come. Of the Ii,QOt) persons just en- journeys were" made in a leisurely manner I faint, bitter smile. were so angry that afternoon. You try something el t!! and John O'Xefl travMfeier, n.' Hoizniam from 1 Boston Courier.

franchised great numbers arc women; by'coach. "How wel you do it!" she said, in a i treated my proposal as if I had intended But,they complaint; on the contrary I(! Thompson Ha'kettwhe, Montn ""How to Get.Into Pint"i he title of

and so Holland, which has led the world 'If we were eighteenth century ladies, hart it as an insult; you spoke to me as if I dp not they ask say for prohibition better.is a scce The They ',i ,d'AleneDakote( ) me on twu arecea.t_ ; aiticle in an eatern paper. How
godmother I should anything prohibition .1.
be
) at the rectory at "Do it What do you mean?" he asked, were acting a part! I don't think I laws fill all the and, St upn by m r ighwaJM '. w- ,t jtet out of print is what is worrying
in lead it in this for reuirement .
many things, wi again moment- the journey from L his too. "Don't it Is -0 .
changing you understand quite deserved it, Betty-do you? consequently, a suc l inost people.-Fort Worth Gazette.
this. Devonshire I \ ( have: been impossible ? I love you, Betty! "'I it she faltered. ance people do not ask for, nor tmpr-II: I MRS. HEBBEKT, an i1t or*: _"r I'Man here "
__... ______ by coach. So I was : mistake, thing more efficient. hospital, has been in : i tm'- --a.' : wt but little below,
am glad that C
-- ---- -- -- -- we were "Hush! she is beatflfteuayfor
interrupted, harshly. I thought you were acting; I did not This is an that i seven months. :Tbit people say.butt
A prominent and experienced railroad not bom a hundred years ago." "That is quite enough. No, I can give: believe in your love. I-I am very sorry." totally demolishes argument the statement completely which liquor and I Ir s tore "" ,.lespepsii;r' vato rr- it is tna know- -

cngiueer who has long held an important 't"If you put it) in that way, dear, so am L you no hope; you have no chance. Never "Betty," he said, taking her hands men make to the effect that prohibition does I. EYAT.pcer thie ,- g ema eMThat. most of us.Pittsburg wat lots of rest

place in the West, declares that he had I, 'i.hope."this she l visit wi be pleasanter I speak of this to me againand! rising gently in his, "if you had believed in my not prohibit.-Chattanooga CommerciaL Or&a 011dotor t.C.l'1'i': don't- care to Dtch be mine

at ( nervously.. "Mynejluew from her garden-chair, she went into the l ove, would your answer have been different certifying mi. tl3rei ut"1'(a you -
rather hate under him men simply educated Colin is was such to rende J have at command!
my
coming to-night; he i is; house and up to her own room. ?J'1 \C. T U. Notes. 8
I *
in high schools ant practical: work going to stay for some time." This was what it all meant then! How 1-1 think it might have been." Thirteen cities and 275 towns and villages i ,\," 1-. $:for conn..tttit s < "- t'8 just the trouble. I don'tbe

than graduates of technicals schiools.'tt fe 11e i" a loctor in London, isn't he? blind he had been! She was the "sweet "Dear, do you believe in it now? Can of Massachusetts are under Prohibition this: >' a Custom the no"; "to: under you command.-

I have speak of him." whom y'ea.Mr CHARGES of efe Hge.
says the latter arc to take the heart'ou girl" Miss Campion thought a you trust me now?" Roodebloem law, made ... .... .. ._. t1, "
unwilng "I dare lie has bought Jame Denholm ag :-Connoisseur- I tell you what it is,
) a practice suitable wife for She had been "Yes she said at him for Cap .( p
Coln. looking up Town, to act the Fhlladehph1asoe'.thlW1ctim.
advice and orders superiors because there Miss con"nt a ; McDaub, those buzzards are simply su-
Campion. "He is i invited here in that Colin '
auweret mightsee the first time. C. T. U. Africa dared onfoundec!by-tb CiTU. ; t f
they arc so full of impracticable very (Ie\ his profession, and so I if she would "do." How grateful Mrs. Mary VkePreidentor Clement Leavitt writes that al I i mission after an investii I __ I perb. "You shouldn't paint any but

book theories Inch they regard as the tender :11 kind! It is quite beautiful I she ought to feel! low News of a Hanging Was Sent the American missions in Barman have incorporated I I I., A BULLETIN ie by:tbfBira l birds. Artist (disgusted Those are ..
a to see with children. But he t total abstinence in their work. states recent'coploos rains not buzzards. They are angels I"-
She
ought went down stairs presently, feeling Ofc i
highest There is something I Out of the New York Tombs.
authoriy. to marry; ; there is always a prejudice in i glad that this was her last day at Recent statistics show that the drink bill of: droughtat.t West "ame too late Sfl11193.Before.

radically wrong in teaching which does fat or of married doctors." I., Forde. She found Miss Campion : When anybody in New York does I Great Britain was, in.J8W, .1a82,974Ies: marke improvement in has the already a Norristown young man startedout
The weather been
not impress upon the mind of the studen', "You had better tel him so," said:I alone in the drawing-room, looking sitting anything that entitles him to puhlcity than in 1875. While in 1876 it 91 i crop. for all crops in the States generally on with his girl for a promenade the

the fact that practical experience is the Betty, with a little l little displeased. : lie very soon gains an idea of the i in 1880 population.the average was J 7s 3d.per thE Atlantic coast, from Georgia northward other evening, he drew from his pocketa

ultimate ( "1: mean to do so; and I think he will I "I am so cross, my dear," said the old mensity of that engine of human progress I t New England. New York paper and read an article
appeal. Mrs. Kells, National
: men just
\1 youitg be settled 1 before long," said the old:I l lady, drawing Betty to a seat by her: -the newspaper. More than forty reporter H.B and for Suprintndentof j I i I THE Navy Department has received entitled, "Nearly One Hundred Persons

starting out are apt to be ovcr-vie in ]lady.nodding her head mysteriously."Oh side. "Colin huts ridden over to the Iad- will besiege him, and his hifeville L principal of a young ladies' school at year Pa I, Admiral Luce's >emiest to relieved of his Made Sick by Eating Ice Cream."-Norristotcn -

their own conceit, and* this fact needs if he i is alleI' in love, he wi I ,: brokes' for dinner. It thoughtless b made :burden until he ceases to be of Chri"tla Miss., will in September enter the fommanl of the North Atlantic rebuke Hquao I Ilerald.
Department's
especially to be kept in mind by in truet- not need 'our a ( godmother! l of him not to remember wary that this' public interest. One of the most strikingrecent State instructor.Institute and College at Columbus a':' Amiral's action in the Canadian fher A medical journal says it never knewof

"But he is not in love dear re last cases illustrating newspaper cn- an troubles led to his request that hurt
watermelon
ors in institutions which claim to send my wn'your evening. Father Edmund Didier has begun an active t b anybody was by a ripe
in the witnessed L
tUtl.t Miss Campion hastily. "You "It does not matter, godmother," said L t erprie Metropolis was crusade for the closing. of saloons in CONTRACTS for the building of five new ; but the newspapers have frequently -
men out trained for special branches of think that is at the hanging of the murderer, Peter Sunday naval vessels-three cruisers two -
Colin foolish all gunboats in
mlst a Betty, with gentle coldness. "I would L Baltimore. He claims that he is following recorded cases of individuals
practical work. sentimental; young man. Indeed, he isconsideied rather spend( it alone with you." Smith. A New York afternoon paper the instructions contained in the decree of -have been.". awonle.( Their cost wulaggregate the South being filled full of shot while

2 rather cold in society; and 1 "Would you, dear? I thought you L had arranged to publish an extra a! soon L the last plenary couneiJ His example is imi- ,I O\'Er | OfUO. leaving a patch with a ripe melon under % tsi
the doomed had been by a num of the city. I TiE President has William Parsons -
The Kltrtricnl Woild prr'ris some remarkable he is as prout as you are, Betty." I and Colin had got on more comfortably r as man hanged.The 8te j I ,of Hartford, appinte'ecial agent I each arm. And that must have hurt.'rriltoln .-
execution took in the of r The Superintendent of the division t
place yard
he is not in love? Shuylki
marry the Herald.
allot lands in
to
"Wi i lately. 0
1 figures as to the u,cof the telephone of the Heading Railroad svIrt.r Indian
the Tombs. In accordance with thestatute hs I I
her ptively I Umatilla
raising surface '
:!krt Betty eyebrows .i'WS only a agreement, forbidden the use of liquor : Ogon
in four European l'ountril'o-He- slight IJ' Betty, rather proudly. "We only twelve reporters were ad whether on or off duty, and has directed the !I i, SECRETARY L.
gium, Holland, Italy, and Russia. The "Oh, no, my dear; of course not!" are too entirely opposed in character to be: mitted to witness the hanging, and they immediate dismissal of any man who is r I- raton to the national domain of the in em- The JQ1lrnl of Analytical Chemistry,
"Then think he were given ingress to the prison enclosure ported as having been seen drinkiag a single lands graitted to the Atlantic and edited Edward of U
tables give a list of the exchange subscribers you wi obediently really friends. Pacific Ilailroad by Har professor
; fall in love when believe it butI only as members of the jury of glass of spirits or br. i Compy.
will College
you ii "You hardly Betty, analytical chemistry Lafayette ,
in each rountry. The total of ourht to ? He i inspectors. They had to remain until the Mrs. Margaret E. Parker, who is now in THE Association of Official Agricultural
must have his match between article Professor Victor
had two.
marry contains
: planned a you Chemists of delegate; an by
which ono
I composed
abandoned her visitto
California, has
fuel is, allowing for a few untabulated emotions under} c'ontroH""le well suited for eai.h; execution had: taken place, and then sign props i and the
admirable I thought you were so the Sandwich Islands political I- from each of th. a rkultur stations C. Vaughan upon tyrotoxicon,
exchanges: about 1 tlOOO.' () In other words, would not fall in love with any other, and"it would have been so nice for: their names to the certificate averring troubles ther. She will soon return to colleges in the(-Otifltl') other bodieex'rcisiflg poisonous substance sometimes found in
on said Miss Campion with of I here that the criminal had been duly and thoroughly where she intends form society official control of fertilizers and This substance discovered
in these countries, with a total population < only a: me to think your living together England t a ice cream. was -
hanged. Not until each reportcl to bring over British women for if-ultural products, has been in session at
of al
a
vague understanding sarcasnj after death! helpr by Professor Vaughan a
of there are only 1H.OOO!I BetJs my I"I California households. All abstainers H the Agricultural abut
130,000,000 "buthefanuot had signed this.document was he wi Department
fail to a .sweet "And you spoke ? permitted year ago, and he has since spent great
subscribers, all told, orone in every',1:8;; Bill-" without raising her to leave the\ jill yard, and it was j deal of time in examining it. He,hasdiscovered
I questioned Betty The W. C. T. U. of New Mexico will
while in the United States there arc 147-, "1 see,'' interrupted Betty, quietly, eyes. fully twenty minutes before the forms of undertake the translation of Julia son'S i,( Forfgn the oath ofoflice th.t tyrotoxicon is identical

"you are sating: him a "deal of I the before the law had been complied with. Catechism into The PRIVCE FERI' AD has taken with substance which has
000 subscribers in a population of r 0OOOono ,- great un- "Yes; on evening you cameI Temperance Spnih and ascendfd the throne of Bulgaria.e I. diazobnzl,
in necessary tiouble in suggesting whom as told him what I wished. But I was to The representative: of an evening paper, Union will take charge of theTerritorial Belgian Mini-try. has been many years, and whichwas
or one CIO.( The disparity I
,
every well as when he should marry." meet the fate of all match-makers, you foreseeing this lelayarrangcd in a unique Fair, where it i hoped a large A iu the reige first prepared from aniline by Peter

is remaikable. There are as many "Colin wIuhlnot marry :any whom I, see," she added, sighing. 'Colin said manner to send] the news of the execution proportion iation and printing of the funds will necessary for The trans; France TORAD, has causf\l loss vicnity li" and I.zign.l'ropry. Griess.; a (German chemist. The poison 1-

telephone subscribers in New York and L he could not like and girl,"' saidMis I that he would never marry unless he was to his journal. He purchased a big base Fe Union contributes b rais entrr Sant t 6; THE fisheries of I Newfoundland as asi is caused by a peculiar fermentation of

Brooklyn as in all Italy with i< twenty- (Campion, a little anxiously. in love-that he must res.erve to himself h ball, which he carried in his pocket I: secured by serving lunch July 4 I i I the crojis. have bulcd, and over :.rjUW, ) ira the cream before it is frozen, and it can

eight millions of people as in "Oh, no! But he i is not sentimental,.' the right of choosing his wife. And, as within the inclosure of the Mayor Fosdick, of Fithbur Mass after ]!'!, sons on the IsIs d ain destitute circun be separated from the cream by treatment
t ; mUY Hls- Tombs. By apreconcerted arrangementat trial of one of that city, is '' &1ne. I and then with ether .
suggested Betty. "The girl he marries you say, dear, you and he were very far :year lcn with soda '
ton as in Holland with its four millions: I will be '' the office a boy stood outside the in- able to furnish these sttiic Arrest fordrunkenness '
: important
a happ.woman: from falling in love. A NOTED rebel cliiefin Tonquin was Whichdis.SolvesthepoiS0fl.

3 more in Chicago than in all tlld'lnin- "She will indeed," agreed her god "Did he say that?"asked Betty eagerly."Wouldn't closure, having been warned that as soon of jails lessened :33 per per cent cent.;; expenses occupants : I II recently capttm'd and executed. After pint brought out by Professor Vaughan's

; ions of the Czar. mother. "I am so glad that you appreciate :I- he agree to what you wished? as he the ball come over the for Department of Poor reduced fro', is that the poison IS entirely

Colin." Thin I have wronged him terribly, he i is wall he should note the time and run to (10,000 to '1aooo: ; applications for aid rei I Idude i he was taken, t|> the questions put to destroyed by lulling the ice cream mix-

. An eminent English statesman, Mr. !I Soon after Betty had left the drawing- ever so much nicer than I thought!" the office of the paper, five blocks away, from 401 law to 295 2 under; arrests license for, violations under no i: him the prisoner would give no answer, ture before it is frozen. .
-
Giffen, has compiled tables Inch show I room to dress for dinner Doctor Cam L- I "You thought?'' questioned M IissCampion and carry the news, thus enabling his, license liquor 27. : and as soon a he was captured he tried -

\ pion arrived.Vhen the first "Ah I remember 1 paper to get out an early extra edition I'I A Georgia Imrod.
; slowly. nowI his
in the gectingwen' : A temperance fete under the auspices of> to commit suicHe by tearing open
part enormous sums sent balk to over, his aunt remarked, tentatively: told you that I was going to announcing execution. The boy stood the Good Templars took place at the Crystal Elijah Youngblood, of Coffee county, :.
with his nails his
4. ;;:. the United Kingdom to the relatives anal I "I hare asked Betty (' stay speak to him, and you belcHlthat outside the high walls that surround the Palace, London, recently. Forty thousand stomach biting Georgia, ought to be proud of his records '._

friends of emigrants who have gained II I j with me \\hieou are here, Colin. You he would marry any one suggested Tombs, and never turned his eyes from persons were present chiefly from the provinces. ''I j II tongue, scratching his eyes ont, ando thus set forth in the Augusta Gatt :
I Ii The Division of the Irish Tern a
homes in the States. From don't Bctty; ?" How foolish and wrong I have the point where he had been informed sent I I mutilating him.v>lf in still more horrible "Elijah Youngblood has killed 990( _. _,
League over sixty singers [
rnitef I8-t .X said ('olin. You have liked himif the would be tossed over. The in- perance I 1 I is of Coffee's most successful -!
to 1883 both I 0, beenl! might bal take part in the great choir that contained ways. He bad very great influence e He one '
years inclusive, there "She is "said Miss Smith was hanged the representative from 140 provincial town and lives of the ;
beforehand
a sweet girl, Cam youhad not been so prejudiced representatives I with the literati. At his last examination : farmers now on one
was forwarded from America through: i pion nt'ouly.1' and everything might have been: of the paper, whose boy stood Sir Wilfred Lawson ad the mid-day poorest places in the county and makes .
certain banks and mercantile houses Ii I "Is she? different." outside the prison wall, dashed away session and in the Joseph MaUi as he obtained first place, and he was plenty. It is said that since 1840 eleven ",.

$155,092,933. a large part: of which I "A very sweet girL Do you know, "Do not grievp, godmother," said from the gallows and hurled the ball the overthe ball membr presided at of a different meeting temperance where many sete prominent ap | President of the important associationof families have starved on the place but

into the of f Colin, I have thought lately that you Betty, gently. "If we have not been Tombs wal. The boy, seeing I. Choirs of 5,000 am- Thau-ban he makes plenty, and sells corn, potatoes .
eventually passed the office
pockets "
: ought to marry? Married doctors are alTrays 1- friends, it is quite my own fault. I had come over, the time,ran to panied the orchestra during the day. -- and bacon. He says any man who cnno

I Irish landlords. 'In the last six years! the most"successful"' no right to judge him before I knew; : and gave the news. Within five minutes! The newly amended scientific temperance TH0MASA.EDIS0N, the electrician, make a living in this country not .
,1 covered the tables the contributions "And after the murderer had been hangedan instruction law in Michigan takes effect on old
by i you : would ot humo r. live. He is sixty-one years can
It that has a keen appreciation walk
in 9. provides instructions
himBut edition the question, September
were greatly increased,thc annual make a good doctor's wife? questioned in spite ot her tfrave words, her extra paper day in the and can run a
Inrae death being sold on shall be given in hygi ne with: recent illness h. was con- al woos.
Colin, smile at his She knew that she announcing his was phyolo During h head deer when he
being 7427474. Of course the statement j suppressing a aunts hear sank strangely. L the special reference and their effect* I a hear
who had taken his
transparent plot. \ould have accepted Colin's love had the streets. The boy upon the human system. The itction .. stantly annoyed i by having nurse old 'Atman' bark. He has killed 240

is incomplete for certain bankers! I "Hie is very dear to me, Coln; Ishould she understood what he was offering her news to the office had not stopped to shall be given bv txtbk pu r take his temperature at frequent lute r- wildcats.
j
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declined to furnish the informa like be up the baseball thrown over the waI is able t read, ad a thoroughly a any oth1 1 t _
re'uin.J Betty to (" re -for her belief in his unworthiness: pick I vals. One he slipped the thermom-
lads of pursued in the schooL The day
and a dozen er sudie ; Out in Iowa they have a new to
tion, and a great deal of money has: when I die," she returned wistfully. though it had destroyed her trust in him 1', crowd by of reporter boys who, play about the Tombs space that books must give to proprtoa :I eter into a cup dl hot tea. The nurse account for drouths in theor. They .
: Colin kissed her and gently: had not been strong enough to her is The book must first be -
reached
-\ Ireland from America without ki ject approved i t
the stt
seized
. ;.; ;I "I should like to please you in all love And now her life would one: walls, darted forward and te Stw Board of Education,and soon after attempted to measure h think it i due to the artificial drainage,

7'I going through the hands of bankers. things, Aunt Betty, but I must reserve long sorrow for that mistake. Colin ball.-Amoa J Cummlngs. the School are subject t.fine or for-: 'i temperature and'wa horrified t find by means of. which the surface water,
The fe'ture: for failing to comply the provisions which otherwise, i -.is explained would
aerage.annual amount remitted the of wife. I her of his love
right choosing own to ;
would
my never speak of the This that Mr. Edison was apparently buI
\ from hold views about forbidden What is ancestry after 11? The rich! at a applies allho I stand around, evaporate, .and cause
Australian some t
colonies since 1873 has antiquated marriage again-had she not peremptorily in, the including schools fever
citie with the a
;. -lm1r only.$289,000 -among the rest, that a man should him He had gone away I to man a well as the poor one begins le and villages, whether incorporated ud I ing up hotest m I showers, is made.to, flow"off into thi.'rivers. .

. '<;' ''I I ,. ben .. love h Moreover, there i i the avoid her, and after to-morrow she would, without a shirt to his back. spi charter o under the general \.r endued AA U -II.

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r- nmd: . . . . . . 100' h.].. 11- tral'ic"iitroN I all liMisU.ti ; Troai I ; : It acts with extraordinary efficacy on Iii'fl :'l u i'i 'lo-.t t-sliip J 1.1 I-u.r I II :i.I n. it; t\ ; I under I
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story as 113 possible. People fioin, Drew 3 50ThecominMiUMotieis < Xo'A Volfc: llll'i lliiiloK"I > IH'OI!. b.5 I biy of
II k to its jioir.t i>f !'iincti'-.i w.tit 1 t!.iiiiitn > ( sopt. iw. J
do_not_ care to read long winded ..utMes.Starke. I llu-u I ilividfd I I I I the What i is re-puiisible! for the inunUrVlmt II! AND 3OWEL. .11 I) lii i-er. I hi.-ri.c up 1'! .s:.ii I.t IV ijlvtriiiiil I up i h<- 1
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county > R-\en ((7)) flection] districts 11 (;.nnirli. Nort.-op,
) Fla., Sep. 17 18S7.We AN EFFECTUAL SFECiFIC FOfl 1V/ and 1 i i 'Inwr.sliip '' of ]C.i! '*- lit. I li-i-r-: S..rt.i Clerk.I .
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a'so makinsr Hit- same; Justices ot the many -g<> < Orange I'1 tinfrwiiifii lint i. tl.c |i.i ir ot litvinrn-i
t rue i III1.: Sil"on.What I Malaria. IlmI Complaint! UK Soiitii Uniaii.in of l\kfi cviit

would respccUy call the aUenUonpf I Peace district. The Bit then divided is that stamls rea'ly to i iiiu TIac Uj-sjiepsia, bick lieaI3rhP. I CRATES ( 'I 1ISlflI.fti' :%fl. ?. ) V VIRTIJR} ( F A

farmers Mtul fruit glowers to the advl. j jpf tin: county. into I live Ccjiijiiis, >si.>iers!: districts. )-oIIrlivy' I Constlimtion I.ZIUIt t i' ....,.I1ii ;. ,IhltiIVirmr".t uil.rt.iti'-. parts f>f Klictiim d,stiiets I two 11-\ i I .4 I )t .Ji'liciaI tii. LI.Ii.( iretit Jinu't of } M. Baker, Ju1t of

Gco. Gardiner the fruit tree man. \ % i iflt.lO 1ItI.1 only of onrcouiitiySfiuls 'iic ittiI 1)1'prI 2/\ *r, 'p "77' 'a. T Tr. ri'r.it too '.ori r.at our-r* of Svt ..j.r I ;I rii.t .t 1, 1'(' k, a horiila suit for on, the !ith.
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The J .J .1. :'r ,
foTovving named jiersous were <>i'l fien/iei'! & era/i'i! nit-n* Siloou.Wliat I. 1 in 'l->\. ..>i.i|. l i.f l.ui: .- jr, rt'i-l riininiii- 'rtaapItry! peTIdiRg in thc 'ireluit
: Our fanners aic j.ow busily tMigajreil: recoinmeialc-Ml tl'i-ii.-f wi si U!.I11..- iii! ,. Si.utli lion li'aij' I linfof I:ra.1frt o'i iity. I" ..8II1 Stat. "% Co
by ll-e Boanl as suitihle' i is ihceause: of ncai l ly all the '- flt. hiirl ai hleri JIen
Il.ilvi I ; eei1ajz
r i .Miiiu to Nurilit.tst I i er t s.on ; an iV
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in gathering the'r corn: crop. tvhiil) is persons fIr the office of Justice of the iceseauseil l by the nf,jUit Tho i ALSO i ie FB8 sflLEau : -'I in r..'\ .Ji1I[ 4 Of i;. ?,;.. i', th.-ni- SiMilli! j. ('rIenv, Were Ilefrniha.t i. thii Crtb,

unusually good this ailing' tinS i.'li lint's to \ u H.r i lln-nc 34 S'eeiaI 3ater! iii sai. und.iflf9 -.
year. Puucc. of In ? up.ml I
: and the Clerk niii' Salonii- I l-.t CaiIe, w
nulhoii/ed ji. Mt.r.
to li.rwani ( ,
.New Fiver t<> I tinlit..*- liiri-u'ii! Jaiie -I aof )etots-r A. I'.,
What ( II4:-, lie country ten M.ill.ips for Tineeryi !icsc1o1'i lti1at It niiil-, ".' tli! ,-' Xiirt'i ', i iI ll iIii lhi* :;rj tk&3ofsai.1 It'.tbe sam
.'; About 500 Lead of cattle have been the same to the 4uvcruer. !<-f il.! :.sj vaul : Irig' InOn ,,- t fliontli, in frontof
>iie it pays or liceiis** Saloons. j'.l of I II-KII nu.:: ,.n the s. ill, 1. ..timlaryof 'sirt h1i tuor iii thi,. town 'f $ iu
shipped from .Mui.ilcctlii&sc.i!>oii to Cuba. District 1 -T. J. Burrin. arh. jy heiu"Ki'j't! n-i: ,i loriiiinn'Jileuse, :. n-i.'isn- I Ic 1:. -'lr.rl -t.inty.! i.-hI to tire higlictit tark j
What is it your VOte :Ic.ihji] l lIv Tin* will! s., t.. )iiu.nj iiti )i .'ii of i..i!lit r, { andJ'lJTij I hi-I.Ier Jor eaJi. tLe a..j
2-J. L. hUt.'I J !' .. iJ doi : nJU ( -I v.n ISII xrr> MSTKK! ( TX > :3. -UIar.! ..t| fhI'win (ILSerj14
Sam Lee. a native <>f the FlowerKuig- voting tor lieeii'.ehiaL !?' Salnous. :i > .r in I I. 11 r in sai.l Era'ltnrtt .-oim'ty to
3_J. G. Robert t'lulinu'inir ")"-t !> n <'itri<- MtMun part of six. S.ui, halt ,.f tl,. North East wp
doin, has fitartc.l a lauudry in Ybor City. \\ is.tio! re.itistur-.<' of our ilay THEE Ib CJT ONE. !litv 1111.1111-.it, th" tmlhr-a-t ir J r nl Sn'ti.1 MA. r.>'7nh.p( seit-n. S.iutli IluuIert
4--G. W. 1 I-'in *| i>xiti-i) ,; .,- J : langesoti -
Clyatt. -the greatest foe to the lioiuo. The SIMONS LIVER REGULATOR | luri-c -- :.o't| mim'i r i
Lee county will nnd) a delegation of tI hfiu Niirtli :il! ,iu- I.e !iilf. ,Im it.! x i.ru-, i-_ i if. ert-c.
li-i'. C. Carroll.G t.4e fini.acable! of .i. ,IIre 01"k ? I
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eiiy .
"Z" aim :ii t> the Njiith I. ot :'.ik Saltwith,,, the
See thai you get the genuine <*hb red .II.HJ < r ouirtlK'Illt > hours prcscriheil I by
Seminole Jiuli-ins lo the Sub-Tropical 4' li t i? .17 Wt-s-t llli.tl.'tlif : law.
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iliM-.i i i i.i.. I KJ.IV-/i -.M. | 2.' tl.-ii-t .-I. THOS i iuo. VILIg
4 Tort Press.Iv ( : Smith alcisai.l ; *
Exposition. sny.the Myers 4. 7 C. Who s.ijs wr must en Jure Tli'. J.H.ZEILIN d CO.SoloPrcprietort! Siiitnli) !'' for Or.iil ipvolal )
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C. Wynn. ; ;f' Iro\ '>, in Lot t.i hrit foth \I.I in.r. il'. r: :f ,i l. .vu vi.iXfW > .h. if>r lot- ( .mphainan. Iastef-
it? Voter.Who Philadelphia! fa i'iflCii. tfl.t'O. Km-r to tl jnm.f m --ii-i| | ij..it. r-t-i n I,.- I >.-;>!. 1st. I8s7.
I loicrcs I I 'iinl I
/ COUXTYVO cOJVkIOXERSi o i "i i :&s may IM; wanted 1 .
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>p w si.rr. 7th. 1SS7. h--ij an J: ti-ie IiIi'' | ,| | ,' l.inc< .fl ifI 1 -.1 then.al.is.X ,- S
i Uill UK!*! KMDEK 'J'ER3f.t ofiportunity to ly it The TT N.v I-tv. I i..i.1 I l.uh': ,. I in.-1'i I iln> Sui I.1 n. \V, st .-. r:, .- '
Members present. L.I itkovski. M. HBeasley. ihail-n ?t. lit.1 leg3h/eI1' Voter. Tr of !S .
I. \, .Li. '. | ( l.l.ll Tin | m. | l.j| ?- f IJ. u'., -Jl. U'1i..T'.6. )
ALi'T. tll'. ; and I tii- rnf -" NOTICE.liruiTr -r
iu-giuicii i. .
t, Board met at 10.30: ) a. m. Mutnhcis The bwrd w.ii: called Li > order ut 10IW: ;;(Suites! jiiveinnient tn.it if and ,. Tt-j: { .. !jI !' \l( !I IXG : i'.Moas flr '4)M-M.t DZ: I )'tJn.-sii.x-Ksj.isrruii! f : \,>. I. i itii h\ t I <.ncT nit ,lTjLt1.Lr.

I, present, Louis U'itkoski. Chairman ; G.W. a. in.Vlien the following hiiiincsjas the (disiillei Jtjs tii?fi! i ot lie li.ulVoier.. .- --- --?..) .c-:)- ... ___/ (,-.Ths -, -s-. I3: ,.> >r.ii-n.K t-, ;.. >,st.ft IIlTt.1! --x -"nlnt [. .T I rt4ilD. ltlt1I>[.OI [

I McKinney M. It. Beas.ey, M. V. transacted viRepoit /. \\ !ier can? any tcaeh lotipvr1io his neishlior? tliosc j ( .101( II f ROCK $$3 PANTS l fl iiiiitsiii\ ),! at tiif Si.iirlii'-i-t .-..ri-r o.1' !wI I U ; C lNCFV. Coury,

,. Smith, and John S. Andrews. of (;J. W. McKinney stating Tl hetlnu I'I I ( ut to onii fron .11: in I .o Ii,!IIjl| ,, 1.1[ 1 1I1IL'f' nint ru-iii'iitt.t, -n I ,-.f > r.. SCOTT, l
I s? Voter. K O G E p1 E S.n I,P 9 llieseari I .riiial.,iu I lie 1.i.c ,li\iinjr j ln I : : aril ..t V..
ei tuliv
) M-lt-e Dill
this that Ije Lad as committef m.ike tli S,. f for Div0rce.k .
Minutes of Uil meeting lead nd to "suit- What is ntiiltM to kL-k out the saloons' Votes .4'.r iv I".iinlvv.r, t' | !O.Lt n-n.-rf htvtioa !.' 11 Tmvi '' Kfixwr..
si. fi.r t; l.'ir.-e i .' .
approved. aide anangcn.enls for county ollic':.iii tiuiir.inre *' .I In-: i.. H,,. :',. -,,..,u,.ii', ii'i o'lintr u t., ?(' :in.:uc1.i 'II sT.7.A"VT i v .TTTT> -'flOVE

Bond of i-:. L. Odoin, Supttvisor of renled the lied I Men'-s Hall for $123 per tlie lu-cvssary majority w lieu w ill Never., I..Jzi;.. L_ _.;. -,I:-. ,. ,111't KKH: vi MONI.V>m or PKOMl'll:. in.wpur \ n'U ii-nip i, JUll.i. .l.. ( |ii. ,?.,. ;,- ,- (I. SI..! .: tJ.t- j I, j i.iliii t.; !..reliy n.tif-.1; that COInI.LjIIfl STAT
the t ; iii.i- I.I> ..IHI;' l.n- -;,> ai..l 1-1 t t.. X -. ki-ri., f eom.Iaint $
kickiuig t'egin'1tat m.i'lf against tier
KegUtration. cxMtnined and appsoved. j-ear, rent payable every HI months, and -- anrduiii'l If ,.c' 'ids I ,1 Hi. I. f hoiun V, ..-.t, h,1,,,,:. tell.,1vv I Kiti. ,ij( 114 3 r.o-r-si.tent, tin'! uuiat unle in
a: kcd to lie trout \ is the issue above ever The Home =: -' :: --- as ui.sio wii..MI.i.I! i.r rI.et U j.. tint. dmii I :, : I11i ail. Till'.W er or (teriour tIII'rp
Son of W. O. Tisuu recommended for discharged further reslIIII1sitJ.hit3 -, rs. -fc. I -' ;: i''uav .f (.T-t.I by the iu
other now The iloon. i I : it S'l n..i.s :ti ami! :.ji. m rIli.siU1- t; Kin!.. ..1. I erA. I).. ) i57 the aflegaij,6
i admission in the K: ist Florida Seminary: thereunder, which was granted. : i I t.i.-i.- ui'.i 4 il I,,. I. lii.11 t&flItI' lite S.irliattiTiicrof the.iii will i l taken as cor.fJ her
For which do : S.vtion.J I ijiC IW1>' r-n -nl .x-,,arti & na
A committee of three you Vote : 'f 1 onVcar T..xxr.-Ii.pr I Kn.It Jt.. ttim- to final
was .
I at Gainesville. appointedJo .ui&-: : > .Mh .:!, ?-l.ai !,- l.r.t-ilm.l.1. mtr. ,*I at .t! l (t.ixt-n uinlj-p nay hand MdVel'
I Application for p"nsioii by Joti! Croft purchase) !Jot-* and have a county jail I The crisis iiresies on us : face to faco .nth! i.s; it :- : j L. t.ri..s. UI, [l. -,' .-.in.r t.i| 1..wii--ip' U I it-' i l''.tii-t thi. l.r lay! "-" August A. D.
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taiitls, PANTS\ h .tr..r.e;. t.er(- t_. aI, tb-joujl: t.ot.n I
the ii..ard.t. elected at Static. I1 a1. 0 f'f,,'. II r-i..l| 11. F.Y01tK.
by i-j i..ixig.- .1
t tequired l. cGt 2 III iii it. Clerk.
With oleinu lfjai of question like tiie Sphinx inFjO :: .i -rcc.LtTh i 'tilt ,'t fIO .. vnu>.
jclveti thai the furnish lurnt Resolved that the county pay the bill : ol."itoj'
t-, county j>t's ,au>ls.Tliis ( for ('omplainant.! .
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N' '.
tier other m.itcri.il for Sampson for the woik that was necce. .iry on the cay we f.uhion :; Tell about what
and clestiuy, our \veb of fate us -
t \\< 1 l I -..., -flil.rli.- '.;. ( t(1''IT .Lttlt ',.. /Ln part-t f-h
llivcr bridge and the citizens who desire Hall to convert) it into a i suitable cotuthouse i-l'in, .: ; /-. ilur yiiu& IiKe si-n.l us iirnl f ;
t This .uIur WAisr, nil* amiDC I K'-t-nnun-afi-: u .,..., SHERIFF'S SALE.
day f'irull hvre.tftx-r ehoo-e --u t tormof Im
x\ u holiness ( -it turn
i the bridge to build tin t : same.Coiunussioncisappniiilcd deducting the amount from the sin.KVii or "I LH. HUM
) to coatracl H lent of the II-ilS.: i E t S S" tB3i fz I f *"L J 5T" S4 *\ tI t tI toptthi' %ViI h S:t anil '!i.> cts. for ii"stairi' fur |> .%OFt Ii ii I..ti. tii.-lrn-.miiri! Jiin,; -i ;.*.' .ml ; i I ) VITFjtOFAN EXECUTION JSStfl
1 Ii ; n i\v fro n starry (k-riz:in, or n'wl'a UouJyWiMll I pan i \pii-s. jtii.i I parkin?:. Or M-ii.I'I '; rts.. lllur.rs't totlfNiiiMst-n! [ : rof .s.tfj.t ,,, .i, '1? ? z f tieCire.iii Court ofthe'tiurth Jiitj.
I bridge at Double Kuern liaving: nii: jitit uill I h.. I nit I to I Hit Si, .I.y r.teuiiler. A. IA. 1t
I 1 sainpli s rruii-tl ul.x\-r in favor
in i-.ri.ir ::
ciiurt."o. lli ilfU'of ioi! ico'iuIniK a I k. r-t'ftii.rt i 1/1 I r
open liU'ssii
final report' wtre discharged. ui'tlul 1 11 t. nf our*. 1 tC'iw'! lim-n I I : >i- li'Un h i> piii; }>. .f tik; 1trI-Jaaiit.J. L.
r1 : | iii.-i nn' ii'.V luvt t.-;.-.sjI t'I) I r4' ::t tlimttXorth a'..u; Jtiril.tift .t..n-- LVyi N. i.
Account C. L. i'eek, Justice of the ISi( G W McKitiney sei vices as illJ"il. 1.Wfl. .yi'i"." *"-. 'i \ 'V iMit'i I l'r i .M.ri i. t.irsi tins i>..ifr a iiiir.ilu-i-I I <.1 l ![ iiif .'. -uift eai-t crirj.-r of J ri.ii 'I| ''i i H..tTr; nil i. ;. Iotin. havlyj.j t'n aM
i i i i i tin 1 s> i.u-k.i.i-s 'i! |I. (. i ors.iieattl.iCourt
VM.iuit ] tin- ;, ati:; tfil i"v TO. j, I t-iii:( I. th.i-, \\ r >,. s..f r House door j
'i Peace, in case of State vs. Gray for $......., committee. . . . . . 16 CO i- i iit.! .; OI 'I in iv : t-.v? i.U.,- ii, if.-j. tiitni'M.lltl. ? SIohe.: on :o0Ii.y! tte3rd day of october bp.
flt I'LV.MTOJl! ; } ) U I '. .tii itih' g-zt! ioM, of ,,a!,. au,, fl,;
r.JM'K( -teriv ,
the lioarJ. 1S7 Trustees Red 3Ien's Hall ( o ii ii tOlL Meeti U I TANTS CO.; svt! s ;ii | \-tv 1i,, ?, H ita.-! ei.tale hid
S endorsed by ILt, I JH.lM Ti Vt .. I hiSj.i.t., i ,. iCivir til lilt' > : 'h v'1:1.1": :'. *' Wynn hut! OII the- 18thi di
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; Complaint of Truby. Livingston it Co., for rent . . . . . GO 50Retolvrd ADJonM MI.KTIMI SKIT. 1'Jth, IS -. 1 S 'IniittiLer St.. liiisjt.ii, 1Ii.... .'It.h| S.ini: i-H- K.\t.r .ti'i! ,,' thi'h' ("..und.irvor I 11..a I i : .! .. : T.m anti to -h following d

) in regard to valuation laid over to the that whereas the Board failed to Present. J. (J. AlvareChairm: ;in ; D.L. I Trur'U':' !> ; ?;-.,'flill9TIPl1. $:. _. I .( .. $ pf- iii.iid i:ra.i Ii onl(.;i-pt ivn jitto---Tioa.tl ioii.t .f ..-rii iru: i I :,:>I.i.' i-. .-..SK Ii-:.-T.ta'e.t.l.ul-, 'Ii.u" Wit tr>: Starkf 1..tu f 15ailJ, iirmir Ith in In bMc t

levy a special) ; ta\ at its ;> Ohi< i't II "Jisi>Ii.i> i) I.iLls\vrr< .f S.rl..r! T ,miip| ii
next meeting oil account of absence off August meeting, Alvareand( Talc; Powell. i.Mi. i ic-! in U,,. county ira: !fi Ranp
l J''n. i.. ,: !El rn! ti-ii1tv i '. tun. ...i.ii.ois .. < >nl. State of ;}'lorkia,
they held ))' levy a t\\ of one mill the TX r--- --s- I-.i "W -. I Tie! ( Oji.iili I i-tii!;> luI-ui-tofIIIe '. : .i..: TO 'iti.f icail Ecceuuoi and
on On myiion 1) all
: parties. L. Alvaicz the following H.-.4 .. .'I.-- > k S"ll" I cxislit'jr 't--'i*' 'I ( i"1'.* .lI., -, coa
J. M Tinlr.slid: \V. ; Attt- T. r. {>;' 1'IIrdla-cr iiyimrfnr Title.
dollar K'lcry i'.vl- Sep$
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tune. ;. tinder _
Account of J II. MDore. Justice of the iiaitc'pro bills dercd -.4 :' HhXKV
wen 01 p-iid and orders drawn u < iU t n. WPERSON.
i UK-f.riii; ni'i; nt Trr !t >\ \ I Htvi- ip-nir Court : i.-i 'X: .n7i i-

I Peace in case of State vs. Saxon audI Ordered that the assessor of taxes assess on the town treasurer I for the saint' i;=* ui i diisujved, bv mutual i "iis-nt. isthi5iiax CIrkf.r I tII ul.y tlic1; certify;...,;,that! ff i M.tl,iiv: r.i, .,.I ,,JI.TS. i| r.: ', t ity jtittti Sheriff out by of J'l.iintiil'Brnilford County.
t..rr.t 11 is a i--r Attorney,
I McCall endorsed for: payment to the the taxes under the lolloping heads' : follows, I ;'t' r : The hii-ir.css v. iii be contiiiiin! 41] h'sj rt-ftirt-i, .,; it.. t.I-iizia[ ,.ut flUId iiisa.'l; I mat -

General inn of current M l Tinbj. >. J. Mcrnbnr.r, ar.d 11 t-r i- ii.11.trs; n, r .i- :u,.I ,>; r'r j '.? .i1 et ::
State. expense 2 mills II Au tiu to one day stn ice deputy inici: ll.c It Iii : >mnir: .ix, ri iah| .- n x i,,.., ,('., ,,.i NP.t! ,,r NOTICE[ OF ELECTION.To
up. Resolved that the for Bridget and county buildiu s 1 "" ii'unc i If Ttui!> :>?u iisbnri: i I.i f rt i-tirUf .
petition asking marshal ;. rTx "Jn i\r < :.t'i IJ u ia> I.i!
: 1 00 I'-; ft u .4.1 fi $| o. vvl.o j.ie .--nillioii/i to settle! tl.c t- rj.i.! ii.r. Ii t ; a'J!' and singular the Electors of
.4 j an election to ascertain if liqiiur shall be AJWUU 1 N Joiner lo repairing bridge, lumber ) ,.: ..K( tuinis ni tif! 1-iic; linn. Hi 1 'UK. t the
County school liniiU '1 li ( !, rk titt'i- C.vut ai.,1 K.\: l.i.o... I !Mk rintyof Itradford, State of Florida
inking ,
: i b Bold in this county, be accepted by the 3i and mils 1 Gl t,. : \ou for In'- vrry liIer.l P"-- .i r IIC I.. ..ai Ut 4.111 V tOIlI Ik' I In I NsW

_ .; board. Ordered that the Clerk make out and On motion of Alderman Powell I trI Iuit.e i e\'ctukd I to ti... amisoliciting I a ... '.. a TIIATlXPiiWUAN<
anaincniliULjit __ ; :iicc of the for V of HP. order made in
M tIIII ihiT'-v.-fiii.i: :coi'r.'i- open session by
Resolved further thut election be publish the discription and numbers of i :.
; an to Uuli-i nice Xf>. i> Sei.lo.n! 1 ,.. ,. ; r I \U- icritaiu, \4 huts \rl V IltllV.J I i'C' Fo-trd; of County Commissioner
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: held in Bradford county on the llth of County Commissioners districts and( election in lel.ition; to retailers of fresh meats \\a< f ..- -. : MT'ji'iiv.cotiiinii : In ;'-:---.r-Tr.T" :' of ,v. ii _\.t: Of I Jc. I..Iisla.i -. id i. noty. on the "Jtli day of Septemb q

October ascertain i it' liquor shall be : districts and furnish the rk-cietary atiertetl. hhie Mayor and : \ I .!; ). tut-: .\f..jio| >v-.' Un-,. tlicT; ,, |t7., < ,. ?>. iss, : That tin \\5IlbennEIcctionhe '
; : Aldermen of '
I t tp ; (
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: ii l !i-iv.-.sir in sjiiil
ninii. u j-s county on the 14th
sold in said of State with copies. .r I ... I : day of fe
county. the town ot'S't' like: in council i ''r'.i'ui! 4 i tb.lt iil. *
( assembleddo -- : : | tl.nUof .T.-V; : { nl la iI( r. next to (K'tcrmine whether

The following named persons were appointed Board adjourned! until fust i!indtyln; old;tin u > follows I that s'ch ion 1st of .- ,_ i 3Ez.r'A ) j. \v.\\ t I wuln.fhi.ri
inspectors of said elcct ion.t. October Ordin-ince ilnrolull I Ifj.i M.II;: !hO "ld inaI4I
'IO. 9 in relation! to retailers offreh XA VITI; {. :" *' sil1'' .hi-1. cotinijas
; ( > Th.-t provided-To-1[
N ( ( J.M p1 v N V. st | .Ii trkn. :
Chapter ;Ti:0
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t., District 1. David iGc-oige. James ine-tt.s be :imcidkid: so as to r(>ail lis : i. t- :_ : T1E Mt.lit I O I tiiIii.(1 :tu(1] ISUHK ., ..ii! m ft>l, laws of Florida.
cLoo1 r.l:: IN
Hitch and Win. Alvare/. JUoarcl.1 l: :( .; iSj z ; ; ll'Us. tI.- %'. it Jivcn under
m*9 follows. I4i<-_--' fur ntailers of fresh "f' : I my Imn4

( i Dist. 2. John Crept, A. J. McKtornai I STAKKH, F.SErr.. 5lh. 1S87.I meals fresh salt water 1ish und >yMci.,. j| .1L L.i ( ( iN AllTniins .EulO j lj HM, MMM.SIl.it..v i I'efltr.ihV r.ofM.'AnUNiNor;; F'HOV: : : t [Siat.J .nnil seal! of orfice) at
\ Markc
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riii: ii I.I tlii .
and Bryant Howling". I Board met 10 a. in. Present. J M. !j ).w also section 4 to read as follows.any : ( ) ;ifiVrilli T X' >. I i." ? the Ttl* day .
t USILI I r.i.M.I i: i INDru I ; ,., 1 .t.u.Ivf.st, !lt-, I i>: fctpttmber
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3. J. G. Jf 'iley, t' airman P. S. Crews J. ,>eison UerMCis engr'injr in :any of Ii IIIVS ,uiuuz : tho line: .>'f r'ir' D.'
Dat. ; E. : : 'I. S<"" 'I. vet. '>i" d i"v.t"l"V.Vst ci-nnty 3Sb7.
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f the occiipa'ioua within th town of Sta'kc. 3ci Medicines n TIII.i 1 ?? t., in t hill Noitl'c.i-t of *
iorier: u
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end/and J. C Pearco. >/ vain right, E. W. Thomas and M. L. .111,1 county. 11.r.YOflK.1
tow after the Xoithxust. I Wcit .
8D piss-igc-of: : this ordinance without fIet; aloni!; tbw IVorih: l .
111.. ( Itt >itndsr
,ft Hist. 1 H. C. Odoni jy St&kC i4 I Douglass,, Minutes of pn-ccding meutnroved. first bavin!u* obtaim-tl a- I license from ( % 4 I u-n..inA.31. tiiIi.; ,,- ,.?,?,? ,.. M. tnc of 1 } hconnt\<> N 'W JJ\f: >rtb'iH-odoivn I >I-i-i IIi Cluik.; Circuit L'otut. .

o.11 ** "" th e clerk of suj.J .own Ihertfor shall R 'il l ri>. ,. I b*> inn tf s.i.d 1 IJi\cr to Iluijrc: litio di-I;
find 3!. Ii... IXougltiss.Dist. up; .- ....
4ot ir.s .. ; -
N. n. :;,> ?. viditc) 1 Kanprcs
::1 NO'fICC.
on conviction be) find not less limn double, twenty! and Mfenti$ 'iie !
.11 3. U.icd !-anyCabon: scnool remain Ihe amount of ? ('tin/l'lfo i (.'<>/;> i-rf>!J.iIt (tl ,tl j / N uscCi1; the license lequl red logetii- KiTijar to. .IT t:
F4)t.O\VING
+ J. G. 3. .! er with all said I'f/.t(. i I I tbo I line div.'dinir! I.iwi'hii1.s ii .-j and MX j AMETT pjg
Lakt
costs. be r
I person to trued July CI'. s'.i) -iil. !! /: (:.r.i-tf I ;a. t; i thence MS.I: t ::ii s.tid -OtIti.ivo hieui apnoiulteI
Dist. 6. 0 n Ttbat the Eloxham school be be fore lie Mayor.: IK :;s i1 !.h-i. : ; ; ,: the lit>,- ii'4 l n.r Tounsdvp lit1*" toi I i'lli'.r in ant) tor tIu Registration,

And Jacob Ithaneh -V 0gla&to h w i lk n1tiy located as a. public school. On molioi) of I D. L. Alvarez the m.nshal I 5 itt 1 .i. :'i.i'ii'i' .( ( ,' ....Ai AiII 1 51111 4. ji W 1 iiOi!<_* the luc lay iJivtilirnr iiinit\',the t hieu'i'counties.Nortli ofj!I. d i-.t f Jtrallfrt ('Otifity.varotj I-lorida.election

The ter : of the Starke colored school 1 lie empowered !and( lequired( to shoot : III., I .r Titlt.ihii\r j t 'l.iy and i'litdforil I t > tbo An i 'Action Iivinjr 1 lieeii cal led in
following namedp lh J I point' I oi' be in- pur .
cooking a all ]: / : : ] I i ;
p disreputable; female : & .. si..ticat ChapttT :
ledihe: ; dogs i tunning at i.LERli .r I nitur.vnli \oti'i'sr "Ttl; ) Iiva: of
jiJu-e'or Florida
board ttmBt I I
for the p-tcitu-t at I ,
rtn.oval :
pointed clciks of said ekcti"Districtonc price. of its lanre in the town of Starke. ,.1'iiu.. .a r M I :; a IN-ddisb S.u/! >1 lot isf>. All PI-ISOHH entitled to register in said i

-K. G. IliUtwoJ / \7JhO 'boah.of trustees.Afteli5uch On motion of Aldernun Powell -- ( 1 l i i-ditiJy who are not
council .- : ;u'i'M: alreadregistered /
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: ftdjourned -:: ,: --------i-' 5SJT'tteir:; : : !: K fr or I.I.STIHTx -au ( ill .-.<> itl.in tho
I. C. Ihrd.'t cont'rov<; sy. it) was laidover until next regular mecim ; .. ; ) .. ,:. tine prescribed by
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lift next meeting. The Attest : C. M. Spark uuuu n, 0 $ t I i -- iK I L. jiri''N ..Ir "! ...'. ? i For;
tILree-W. )-L' patrons of .. : uuiit election
district
C.JKerce. .** 7.I.' ; at Xcxv lllver Xo.
Town ( I th" lino 1E.. A.
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tlietiubtces : ? lit
add clirtion
Rose Iowa I ( idiiiC the district
four schools *
o ci'ii.itic- 'if lira i foi 1 No. i
petitioned K#1\-t: :' h'J"---.. 1 ntnl -M.I dc
4' for Lakevletv, Fla. fr.1 -. :.i;!' i ;I h.s \lvll\lllo : nu T.WI.i I II::tkcr, tin tu-i West aii'ii, ail I I .
a consolidation ,- j ;
of -
live-T. C. Can oil.s.5xV. ( ( thc two \ ; :uii' 1 > county! r
!I-1 I f. P u .; :i u ix: : ,l .ne! j .V.f I h lii"to >\x lit creek l.iL'c <>reloi-tioi district
I .' T. lrvd'n. schools, whiclrwas granted, and a new I On last Tuesday Kve. ere the setting sun .:;r, i. iw.u : : a i.x l.s.i1kvilk., .vrV'i! ? r.r ; i i .south, nloiii: ; t the utiari jiiind in i.n of .sai-!, lake tilt'Ufi, "T( No. -Jos. Et p'p'ibtISCiIj

seven-Phillip Casi. scuotl'cstablishud ncir Pet.-r I r.vitt' to had shed its latest rays, a fall of gloom: :I..I!io;:: ;! 7.3iaT-r11; ;: !: .. tt i : ,a t .i., 'i t hue i tin ot I s\; itt cu el;. : h"tti-t! 4vn t hi to ft For election district No.4-A. C. Odom1

n Application for pensiixnsby the following be known as the Prev.itt school.A had o'er shaded our little village; as it was -- _.sC, ._.?.--.._-'.___-. I.4;-....__._.I4 I, ..N'i I (i Vni.i I ; :ui p L hiiciz.r. fli.O. i a- -(1 I p p riiti linoditiilins o; saul M\ii L : (1dk to tlifi original I Kelh.Fo'i Tor. clc-lion" district No. 5-D, \V.
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2 ltiiv. N.i 9 iit 1O.tth-! : : Jlntler jii, 1 '
announced ) -
1 named, the pensions! were signed by petition was presented for the removal that Mis Cummings our Jil'J'iWhb.tti| ,.< t'ais .nlanl2io I .Ve-.v ..;.- drncc (1 listiits ( lie'ice ;ionir! sniji original i'loyi-j 1 (flection district No. C-J. Chasr

the board i of the Rising school to Cooksey's mill.A neighbor, our friend, our counsellor hadbesn H If disii-t[ line to tliIifid u.iiers ot 1 Kinll'l i iiIrijl.I.

I claimed I. !I t. ;a /I N. '" .Tl: eiM 'It't !9 a n.j Ii) i-rie!:, tliein-H i.'ov. n t lie run of 'A id : For flection district No. 7 H.
the "
John Addi on, F. M. Norman, John petition opposing) tinv vs aNi) presenled. by grim hand: of r 4 !n uii.hd: ; ; : t- -- t<> HI jni'ction tviili lie rei'l k j t 'a-on. -Philip
I
h Norman, J. G. Turner. and both) places: were allowed an I death, she died a most I triumpant: death I in I t* .;'j' ; .. i'LA. Sc CIIJN tIVISII IN. thciu-w up the i un of slid-s-int.i Ilix'r I Ije Iti ti>ver its.> i K. L. ODOM)

appropriation.A the aims( of her devoted husband to whom I > FL''ri''t ;iii.I! ijrii kc.t route (Iii.u- :i.innclionvith XrKivor. tlient'c S upervisor of Kegistratiou.
Chaiges mnde against the I illt'. ( n t Ill
road commissioners j t' 1'Kt'IIj: ntliMiii"; _. i P to < :< 'I'll- \\ Viiitt Ii\.slii'iv, -in.I tn.ill Ort.i.! oi'NVv |h'
of the 7th district dismissed. petition was Presented for the location L she wan all i in nil. Ice son, her onl\. i i *I i tII.1'a'( % nrn ili'ii.ni ., I:i i.i u". i'1'iiil-.i'i Smith n-11 i.I.i. 1 run nith Kitor to thy i ot,J of liliiiniiiiL ,->-
I at IV..SIHI '| jiiiri si ii is ..n oi Ue!. i I It' i'I il > :>. : votitiLpia.-o or 1 ifi-int: : > NOTICE
The following warrantvc c then limed [ of a new school near Mr. .S. M. Norman's, child was unable to be at her bedside owe I .iinl i P... ;0 N'' I.a A..4 4.' '4. Ar Ni.T.N. ".. I I l.d:.' IutI.t: 'f
i'in.iii .
in open court. hiJ over till next InC hug. ing lo prostration from the sad news. The L :. :-; a L' !"> p}p .\ .' < ;!li.; : 'i:ini <::n.i. .l.viM-. : 11 : i --- I I ( ur-r.k\-: i l. !FVKS! : ojMO. .- ) ; ( I. I t '4 ItJIErV" : (.IVEN. THVT VT THEIR

NO. IbO Thomas Gaskius pauper. $ 12 SO Ordered that J. I I. (\isuu hepnd: ( foi:I. high pierogatives. of suffering is lo tin S 'APIf! ST IUPRV STBL F I Ci.i-:;.: .t j j. i' 1 P i''ar.ljn'l| l.v Ilil-iui:- >I..i, IjIC. .....t.r K I !:. ., P .1 :; ). ::. | -.. I ', : ;;'7.r r't1! -oa thc of 50i Briatforil int., the county SB ,

: (' 1.51 J. H. Moore, Justice of teaching 14 days at Duck er:1p.: human h mind uncompiehcnsih'e.[ and I \ cthumanity f.ioij j,.( 2 i. < 6 5 !.. :r 1..: i .1 i u.s: \> l.v r.-iiitv.! ;>i ..\r r.'j .i;.i'I:'i tnt iiOp> i| I i'gi :uiiiIi.g at >: v, ift i i.n>rk laKf or, i-ond i ; :. tli-) (S I III' ftilowin nanie4 per-
:II UIerk
.1 !I'Ui' Ii I 1.\ I.lW :.i-. .. on h1.ft ljI. of election
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tho Peace Ordered tint Miss M K. may profit \by its e.\i-tance :;.i r ir! i.- \l 1. !s {, .. > t didii Itiaillotd :and I'-it-r variuus !
Botichellc bepiiil our p p :sr-nt": -
>I .A 1. I'o.itilK-s precincts
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'. 1.V2 P Wynn tin dolii5.OnUrcd departed: friend sull'trcdintteusrly 1 : hh: ) .' ; ; : ) P c.II I % :;. : ;.t. litn I to dinsttr. rt.-ck fonnty: I 1 1I .i, :he sa.r..r. to be
_ special constable 1 C5 ;; : i* i Lv I .I..r Kt ._ r themcoun! tlio ( .

I. 153 U'm H Jackson pauper *i 00 I Hint thiily-live doll-irs: per and yet never awoid ; ., i. ; a I'.tIlt itii h.v(hIiwth: .ri..2'. ; l.tj ::1. _run<;. ill of cr sas.J crc >k to its jnii'-t; f.n \\ith I j .; .;;:; v'VK! ; Alvarez%II_ 1-David a**.
of j. 'ilI.iI 'i.Ir* i'k. UH-IKV tip; th% riii I ol said (I.. Hill Inspectors, and E.
ci
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ir)4 Morgan Bios books for month be approprialcd( I t". I the Pievatt t complaint we'h-d! up from the i: .-1.---. 1' ( At -- it'' it I.' $iv: r priiig..r I! s.v\ilt citk t > swift cnt'k !' or '

county Judge 3 23 rehool.Oideied( devoted) heai t. She tir.sled in the Lord I' I I IJ1 t I I0 i 0 p h h''I' to i''; a \i I 'r.iha .'.r 8 .2 p p.;;.t a I thftifC'a'ioii '-lIlf1 Iikctoti.e: p>>ml I point orKikir of b I-, Iej.in. ?TK3 *>; 2-John ('rot. A. -.
.Vfl.1.I
I' 153: : JUrk Telegraph printing that the SnpertintendiUit be and the Lord sustained her. The athmix tS?" ."" "-.i-'' : I 4. 1 jI :ts 1... I'l ,n-.>!llv..>-. .. .\r r .I"..:l'i p p mir.4. ) ii cimiin'Iit'i ;: \\iilt v ;titj- ;place at Thoins1 'j i,I. S. b-i l.-ijo 1,.. J. C.
jD i \ :; i(( S I :i I. SIiii'i$ i-ihi... 3 l I hi'ii't. I'refuet No.
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Robert'
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and publishing. 31 00) paid three dollars and fifty cents for printing was pillowed( upon his promise) : ; i i I' ... :I IIh.I-iizi. r Il.1I J. ; E''lNl..1V LINTS: V. f.INmu T'wui-e-ul. J. I'earec. Inilpecturc, suit
3 Oflicirimit"
156: E Stil'y repairing biiJge. 1 15 expense passing away to where she awaits lljfriciu'.s 1 K v! -\i ;;,. :.- : .--*.*-..-, ;:vj v,>1 A :.I u'i !' : i : I,. II.i.1l Ct-; ... .r Ar .iip.i 1 l. :;. ).4. F 1 C!* etjf.O(IaCinct'it rk.It. No. 4-t. Otinni. W.

157 G W : The left behind. I :-' I., I : :' ;-I U I.V ., P p I % '!. L. Louii.hai.o. --
MoKiuncv court house 87 Gl following wan ants were issued totcachcis I Majthey all j join i _flJ i9 :;is .. j .L 1. Ttl; ,-Ii -:, . r i..iI) j, : :' MI .i p"int on :sxi t cr.-ck. ( ( t icrk. "- and Frank

I 158 IIV Eppeisou boarding t : her in her glorified home.Mi's. I -\-r I -. I ; : : i' ..-. i; . ....ti ; i i.;. i: a. w her" I tin- oi-iui'1.1! Jine dnidii'tLike I !lAir '-Ic.,-X'Jrr'VVS' No. 5-E. P. Yard.

prisoner 1920 h C. J Biya.it: . . . . $ 4233 ('innniingsdied on 1'ute-IhLy IMC. &! i : t _: .- 7 1,1';! II :::;, :-1*.xir I'ar-. ''TI .v.,...'..r:t w1 ; v-1- I IiitU-r'! -o-ii'lur.ir, and s:I iid Pronlcnco I'feek ds.iu'- apt 4 t I i.ii.- ,'.
44 1:9 11V Kpperson guaiiling j J i: .\Vainright . . . . 20 40 September! the 13th IbbT at 4-o() p. m. .. ... I t I"1 III iloihir I: .1.ick r.t,, it a i I I: Va I.'. v !:; rf t r i i ian.l inn rf-i-iiiI rif i k> to 1 its, tit.r!cniiili>"" i itvn'.ce with the:I J I f Vi''i'V. : T'I'I'xvl'iV''t! X> ('-J- ''.Wchanl, X.

court house 41 00 .1 Lllill. . . . .. . . 21 00) The funeral occujied Wednesday eve. 1 I'irst-<-ii-:. t titrti'jiits fitlii.'LeIl% at all I .iiiv.: IXI Siii.hiy. *i [ I olns-V-e l crffk. th ni-e 'ltnvui! tli- run "f l lAk I'.r. "vltt.rsaiia W. T. Dryden,

*4 ICO Andrews & .&lv.trez moving L W Wiggins . . . . 30 72L September the 14th, 1S&7 ut 4 p. in. Ite I,. I'lils. d.iy: 1.1 lu/Iti.; ;( FKIINNMA: ANI.J.tCKNvfIi; : :IANCI; I .said anta; Oiiistce'J u Ki\er.eit-ek tiieneu to : ts coi.iliuuv tli.' tvitsi {| t h has l-i'ti.Ifl f.-t I''f'i h, -11"N"'x'* I'"l'ctor.7 ernanl. and Mitchell, j
up I ; Philip
.. records. 5000 t W Wiggins . . . . 49 27 Kickliter conducted the services. The, 'l'ci'in.' i.fort.d l.'. flivc f- a tiia!,' Ia.e.! ) I I II s-iid I llpr to tlienionth <'t! I IlIii'I run ei--4 k of., ii..ii.l'IiIlk'.i ri k.}I "r.kr
of
101Vm \Vard pauper 5 00iCa ( SHIIc'idley . . . . . 4130VDPnvail Pallbeaiers were Messrs Uiigh.im.jljcck; \I K..i'l "P. .- fl.L,1! iovno tlien'-o tip, t li! ruin f-f s.iiil t crev! to it* 'lii--.1.ai.l.'tVii .--. tie lUhrd of County-
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4. Emiline Malphtirs pauper. 250 i \ . . . . . 2100( Puddy and \Vlii IC. She was buried i inIhe -l.r; :;'.'. F'hit. .*>. >F> p -'it n> Ar.f.i.-kson-:.. y'. r. N.I i i.: hf-ad. th LiKe nt-e .sh,uiz ilin oriiiiiud line itidini" i- !' (.1 .:ne.-:-n, iiY II aII seal r.f ofllte ths; I7thpeftors
l.i-O Lv. .eN) (1 -jtin i r.at'er; i lrovi i 'f.., j ilistt I I)'., ts.'i;.
4 1C3 Kiz/ie Uenlon p-iupt-r. . 250 MFMo ire . . . . . 2793 I southeast corner of the jrround* atttiched t- I p 1., W 11 Ar i I I't-i>'*niiinli.i.i.xi.-ii's! Ar r.i> p HU'i a; tot !jill point of bpinninr.. \vitii votingplii" ii'f I ; I : II. V. YORK,

ui-I W H Brigham sheriff Levy J II Colsoli . . . . .. ai 30 lo the residence unti' the Ccmctcnof O. 1 .\i i.ihu.iMi vvjiii .-nv.i'.inti.; r"t"J.l anil. > or pr'ie<*t at I'rovii tt:1.: i tn- I.eit; IlLi(.1'ITItY( 0'rtRr"-' FXIiflCjI) ClcrI for
KKFXFil
e. county ,. ISO M E Bouchcll . . . . 1000' the Methodist Church is laid ot.1'. a- l Vvc-tirn,i'iti. lull Hiiro.l.! !*('>(" V.tf")>r,J.i Savrttii.gI.j&i.. *.:!. J. oti. At I,' It. _, I .. I I r.r.-. o : I ( '[ I
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lG3Bugg& Wills Tho following was her reqiie-t. Tho[ floral : t ff-s \ ( 'itii-uiiia'i I. S'' i ; uortoik. N :Y'.li.
curt house warrants weie issued tomeiTibeisof decor.tti.nsami ; 1 ; Gocfe lM>iut-i \t < -jt ami N-'i'Iiv. .t IP i ;, C.'iii" ,''>. an:1 all I'it1It'ATIU. -

s attorneys. 1 273 (001K6TK I f the board and Siipcrintciidant.: offerings .vcie very beautiful and:: \; K1h Ul iv1-i: .. '.\KA>( ) lXS. i-ib.jr S' :a,_ '.iii rAt -: :. ()ekl Lrah3 Ii'.iu I :lotrinr.. .. -,- .:' -I i-e tu. 'u' ii if New :, lt.r I.Nt; ; ( : .t-r
4 J \1 abundant. ',t. I .fl'- 1is-er: I II..T !ii.' -IIIO!: .-, ,:! { > ; GalNt.i--Ir.r.!:. F'z..tl.

; Bugg i.R'tiil iii i. e'< icotnl ; niiy. . . . . . 430; Kev. Kickliter rcn.k-n-1 a tP'' ., :tItII till kin4. .41 !lit.I.! ( IT ..' :'Ii I'l >ri'l., '.in-! !- I'.. Li-i I .K-.HX ,.f. ti.r ienui..t t' ,.- itv It.r. i-ut? I r. tO, 17. _

.. house c.ise4 o'J Ot) % 470 very letutIfuln.l totiihiinmon.( : : 1 1' iKn. '1 .''v .'. .! i.utov: .iu.I T.lii.-i.| i'i'n.1 t\vCt1ty-.uie. iJ UI I ). .- I. .ubt 1 No-ti _
;t >:r. t lIf-reTv
I M L Douglass i 'I.. .i s.in! -il.i I.- i ill.. s. titii M rkia K>.il-o. .1 f.>r iinge niM.-oN-, ilt.r.; tSn .."d ,; I hiu. g ht'n that the -follow-
TI-KSDAV sui'T. (jth, J > 7 9 20 WHY"? .i ( : it'.1 '/i f Ar i .I K i-k-l! l. i flit! Tainjv. the tnn I ot Mid ia\cr t tO tluMiUi- .v -nanueit st tltt! Lu:. tiled floticri of_ lus
J EWainright: : r < ivrh) tt 1 Iipr. I-- .TIt( ,
Board [ 220 outside of the '.'on't Sn-aui'-rtJoicrr'- Ton!. .; ;c i'i! Voting : r..ikt iiuiut
nut pursuaut' : !lo adjournment.. go state lo n ummcr res' u 'i. .i- :. v. f >r 7ai'i. ; : .,: !> ,? J LIII. : c i.ro.uf insttpport
'E ITt u <1 lii, -:.
W Thomas -: fii1j. !
lo spend vacation i .II. t t: : : ; 1is.N A'.IY .Ini llit .iit 1)Or Vl1 bC
your v ,
l.I.t.-
'llHiniiuii :
called G 50 whin IiK ; uh'
: xNi
the
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Boaul you hi\c .'_ ..
lo order) at 10 RTDmxling} ) one of the mr st deliirhlfull of" : K :: vi t. .. ... -TE.utilt !. ; e.Ci'tvr anti I tece-ive as
: 4I"i ,
oYltnk a. m. All meml 2500 Summer '- LINE. 2-0 1 >. i.iiit ( 1111..
>eis i
lidng Watering on ttirliv ( ) 29th
present RTDiuvliug places in your own st.tte at ;v.-ms unit > ' KI-:; f- iI : ct. ,
!< is -ii } ,'
llu' > .TI at li- l.oi
foliowins! buMiifsis! . 200 ti Mi'titir S'ni I I.l iy-t a-i'I I Kri | i>f i'Mv lTii1L I if : .liItti I.. ihicLie f
w.is; trat WHITE .in i.i > i y"<- Ningsky,
Tiz: sad eu RT Dowlingiiioti) . . . . . lit Sr.riiit PhilNs, l lle ( 7. : :' i- .t ..- {to merit M i Ne \ i'il.-"lAiiii-. Kii'iiy. for t iia.ri-.i,1! nu i on: :t 5 tui Iiis. 'tt .iti" ",,,VI|. ;,' 1 L.i.. It I.. \o. fur the N of
i iwauMnjs .
on the beautiful Stiwamiee ( ; Vt l .. rd li VO :IM'I| MX. t.H.H.'MVost nlo.r -,.,,.1.1oniinlnp I -.'. :. '; I :t .
1iI., :i I <10 tl.e 1 board iivtr{ lii : ; mde; 1 bv : ;
!]. .idjo Iii I11.i( 1. % stIEANT I'd .
lire:
) ; : Hamilton Co. The !' / ; > 'iT1. : to IJ-'iitr. lit-e f.i\i.\in.r ; Ic
\\t-rc issued : waters of \ !
in thN rm"v ; :iun-i: tIo
M> at u !Si.MM, ft-hivjn
nn- l\i..v witnesses to
-- -- --- ---- . . r N !t-n.nr: I -tli, .- U II'I .
IK'II Vhr-i.l are noted for their -k-wnni;: Hlwi'nty Toiuii
| ; ; t'.M-r.lv-eiltM tlu-n, t.i.
( .inker htimois great curative t.u.dit'T.ml : : Vt. ;! pl :n. U"Iri. .l iv Op i: 1irove ;
cii-l
.f ; < :asm eh, sat'tr l'i--dltena and
tvnt lis I iv. .ilon4 '431.1| l ; ? tiefl.
t-i'iinoi-t ( !iueliii t\ '
No. ItiXV 11 liption I constitute oi.cof I i.e! .:; '' : : rr'w thn'itit-strt nir > \viti! i ih'1 to ,.?. rtil' M". : : vizV
tydcimli niast : ill t. Xflnil.is.. < Mil
stii]
\\hti' Lmi
C sl.rilT in i i T in liu-jn.iuth.' thfoai I p0i ,rr'i liuii-wii-k.; l> lii-iili-: ;;. lit- f..i er ut 'io' iihij .e'i eii, tti11t1
t 'F 4IUh.tl sulphur wakr: to be foin.,1, I-i iii'"' .' an.in. ftiwnn.ih. tIb" I. !
hv"
3lIIit i i ut. . lie, thi.- 7. ;.i.-.t': h lc, h'litl, -.ti erarII'Itjr, wtI: hi N"-"l'! | of UUnrw.:
. . ( ': : :in-rsfo-natii; : ,,. ,. riot I hit. (1'iItkt (it1'4)\VZL- Ii Fla.
aiejfSlcd fi'i- ,. | I '
I'hiU
the .
169 t 'nk1tll N. ijC": tli'; s Mem !by tleot i Il..e i .it Springs; is :a ii.t, t ,_ L, (., v1 : '" ':- "''" l !k :O1'4 pa tfl.h I 1 l.'tI.n! 'V.\ L'rEl "Mpin. ('' .i. \t-u \ >'r. iii, I I ot. I if tity, I ulCnuI .vt ii to u. A. VntUp of* .. I'lt.; "

C'U'It lyorn.. 11 29uniycom. Au-i'-s: SHi-sjipanlla.: No i ample acconiniotiations tor lu.i ,..,! i.-- :::. i-vl'Y.i f\ J. ">iTi-1x I ,
f
tIt-ui ttt' l'
f
I other t :1 uiil ._ Ueu. : it'tO :iuii >ni.i. Fin.
I .0 .1 Ti.lAt 11'iflt% t I I, '
1s ndrews nmedy: .' baths. TniJiIc "ijIl
pi iiv- IJeaihi-.l M.ni
lvtin- F. \ ij-r. I.. ,, "
,. 9 COouiity can rumparv with tins i; it, \ .. t tl VlTtiiIi Pi-iy. f j'.a
:IB PlI"
a:
in M 1 Beasley cure foi all to \\ eloorn, thence by h-iVk ;; ,/ A O. .1 r ptf.hi&
? f.OTertlicbcautifun.iiUof !, II Stiri-e. :
diseases t1f'i : ( (tjfi .-1' > .i. --C. Tfc-Ki ,
com 1C 20 I! originating in : I .!sv tiir il : jr- : .r.
12 U \ McKI1.m.y county ishetl I'hx.d. impure or in.po\cr- round .Mi-! Ft.! ,, ., ; '. ;:... \\AJ i.i., .1. Ti'-kft; i"i1 r. rxi >Aiv MM: kl.' [1,1.-I .VKK'Txo. ; ( -ti.. I-i,, t;. s. Land ttlicc.u.t .
coin 9 Cheap I .
20 trip s
j CM-HI) -OI! ,, ( II 'll' I''l
; / ) 'A M Powell u.xl.! : ,? '-J\ **t BT<>"if < *. fl IJ.I-J. t.
iuedicl CluldiUg hack faie fr.m, 'yK! r :.
WCMU!! .
1' 7'CxHHMi.
1 14.
,- treating prisoner, . Healila ,lak : bpring now on s.j., .. ,lt ?uhl h,. ,l. ,, ? r w ** :*} P..y** .< *\t* .'. i-i i.VKf. y 4'UI' : ( .Ilt''in- i.t !..,..10. .iii.l, !:> _' ": :ui' in t : -- -----,- lit f Tt ..ll 1 12IJHYJOT
174 11 'V : 00 A bright ej'e. cle.-ir ticket ..Hiccs. For .I ). .,O1 :! v.-. i iilI,111.. .. (> l ( ,' .O.vIIi a i. Hi I ItiH1 < < .. [ ; ;0
skin. flllthur Ci PrU:1' at '.rj. ,_ ,
( Blowing inf.mn.l' .. ..... 10. r : ioti'ityVtt 1 f:<>
) : re.. fnetures. I ,.,_ f yO ; : ;
: cdrd8--- animated: applv t any F. R. & .N. -lkl.t: 'j \ ; .r tr'k "1 '. th. v..r.I.! ;i ; '' l \ tl! riiit,. h li, ij---i --'i.'t .. lu'tt' .
cXIII-IIui} ], :mj :iZeii- ._ ( I ItI I ?11U: : :. ,-t-.h! i.v ,,,, fL. "':r'm7 ?
1 400 firm s'ep. These a (Juick, wile to (O. K P..M ,, ] .,0Tv ; '. :I'e.t4.i.j I ''i .I.h. .. .'.,, ..t 'trr. h.t..j. t.n.t i I ;t : all. LIt.I, ,. li.lli sliip to it.m e t .. .: t. -ti-.ijj _''..;'iyitwiuiy ---. :

: ir"M county com. .. ) are ail sc uied by using SulphnrMpUnsiiroH.,1 I !.; ; 4 r.-i U'I 1 f., :.LI..i ;: -'ii-Tln.VA.T.tI! ;ilh t ii, .ww? : .ii-d ti-i.; -.'-or; *. t"eiii-i> fi>n .,
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We want. 500 new 111, ('ri1I1'} at i I are We ICOOd_ ,: I lie :1'II\"e: al', ]IlIdr, '1)ill1't'] ,lTOp", .', 11nl.I,!'IiI rJf'i fu t' { &IA "J -rii- 'W"-I: :I..;*n;, J.1'.1.-_. ; DR.: A. l. SCOTT M. D.i,1 L.ODI.S} -1 wmiovsik ; : 1\ I ), 4'-

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lQlJ. _Jt. .1,> _''__ I I tl Iui county Hiwlloanl (.Vl.riIu-f, : .' l' \ /.'" ;..;;'.;..;;:.:.;:< t-. ', -. ',....7" 1 i : Dr-r Goods StorI
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Seven counties 11:1:111'l'cly J gOIH'thy. \\IIt: to .h1 1I 1- -'- '.' ,
l'ttldltl ( 1Icif;, }.,1t'eo. we call't: ; ).v'e'; : -> ** &$$? && & ,I f- ,rJ: 4 .
i. take 1 '--fl' .1 i!;(>a.,"nabie.onfarat ; .

____________ monr-ya: II I'll work to ,.uia. :[ -' % I \J",1..1'I: .\ fA'l i I S EA nItE ; ,
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'\' iatI't von doing for the Hnl LI).e a gl'O\'I'. al\j \Ll' a f ,". .';,'', .. "Ka-iktns* nl'll> Store. .. OR \ ,
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a good place, aill, iOI) gro\.c'i, -- f _fri I : ;'

!be; 'l'ri.: <'al.--- ----- _ I I.T'lIow : cutUi'g 0:11: ] 11.) they waltl;, "I'll.1 my I : : I _.rt.i.y(: I TATE"POWELL, M. D.. I -#- -- -4--- .,- p
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Fever U almost thing 4)[r a : Ii) Lco1 l' your pae!; 0:1' ]allll; i : j l'l'l 1\ \:fI .j, .,I Aftei experience of twentyears in .

the j past at Key ,y t. t. .; high :all! dry f'wdlent! for garen, Ul) I ,I c-f--- ,I I : ) : ,.._","i4' :I the pntctice in I of h's; profession has no liesitaiuy !( : 1) 1\ anctite ( (1lttll ")l Iff :t'5

, I I uk fartnin-: WI' m- I- 1 .. ': \oSt.'lo\
6thool !lm!, I ... "--. -- .; I treatment to those asking hi i ,' .
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Old for ale at tins Clitilcim llIcI p. I
newspapers J.Ia'e] ; i p. services.
a good, :tmnilivdIoDl. : I I
. office at 25c hundred. I : The I u.i.er. \ (;ihis to I the '
( hives attended.
country promptly
per s nic! binftcAbsoktey floods
.'. I 3tlrl: ,'. with ,"o.1"ht'o, from', 'f.-. !I } Diseases of fcuulca Iud children a special: jjnc.es- l'-tl.iltOL IGENT'S

Mrs. Hemingway is repairing lierj I tl) ,? I .tnii ,j I ;';.......... : .: j u. 7 3 rtr tyOffice
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I '.. ... .. .. .. ., ,1ij ('ilDI1t Store, c-r at his
resilience quite considerably. -_ :::..'..::.;:.:.:.......... .. .. ....:.. ..,r t:"..:.:".'. f trJ residence in Hist Starke.COAIfrfK AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND
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The W
. marshal is kept busy catching The long ]lit General] Jesse I I ( {: L. PEEK! I FINE
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Miiiinur) CLOTHING.
Finley
clayf' who ,
-, i he aP 1 }1Ia j'sj]n, hogs, has the pound full. aWHVTVith !!l.e ] R
II\Gf ( :?,'rsiitioHs i.1'a< of the] of the Goveinor stict-c-f-Ocd C.V.. i t1i r

. Let us have Bradford county well 01.1:15"eH as sonu of tL! (. young, the. I.Jones a* United Slates Stiiator: fir-in [ > e ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NO- i-

t' represented in the SubTropical.Special idea t.wt: avry hard. looking old woman is I Florida, is, an old and 1 expr-rie'iced pollti ; Pure. TARY, .

a vitcIi. thaI if don't cian and 1 lawyer. who hiss
Volt been w.
put V015r KCIcorncob identified i This powder" tievor varies. A marvel[ I, :-r.\tKE. HJIAIH-OKD COUNTY FI.OKIDV.AP.STHACToK j. CARD E.L L-
Council meeting held l on I i it!: a wl'llh(', that: the fim I with public affairs I in t thiee different t Stat:(', j of piai"j :y, .'n'It'I:1! : and w.holesomoneysMo TITLE
t .. and Heal Estate ,
: last won mal e. they i/ of the Union. He is in the i : !o \! .-.' ni'i'-ii' : than tno ordinary I
Tuesday sec minutes in this pat :m old I.Gr..c S I : s<-\ eitiifth : liw a Jspecialty. .
over tiC; door yea: of Lis having been kn-d: i:i-i i'i'n: be sold: in Competition l | Al'.stiafts !iurnished; show .Practical
under age
i ir ss1: am I tlus cowpca It'l bom X'ovetn) with lite :1 'tita-i.le i of low test, shoriweitrht. 1 ing every Deed., i iI -

e.Er. nnd think th:a If you burn -vood tint bc-r ibth. 1S1:! in 'iolenlluty.! Tennessee an--:' o, pho-phUe powders. I :Mortgage.: Lien. Tax Sale, Judgment, Attachment !

} T. A. Knight has retired bfEiistrupkbyli-htninff. that lie u-ccived an :academic education Sold. onlv I in .:-t i... l ilovat I Hiking: I'ov- and all matters of Public Tin Smith and
the house I t.' from business, having sold out In* will 1 IKrtiuck[ ihcy) Iiclievc in ]luck heart studied) ] law: and was admitted,! tr the bar Apiil 1 17. 'so.STARKE. in Bradford county, Florida, up to

l lull dlI)- of the State! in is:)' date of AbstracI.I ,
1If.r entire etock to Mr. Alvarez. (, th.-y think if yU be-in a job On reimiVing to I Starke Fla

f on Fiuhy you can; 't fluish in the .Arkansas: he located ]himself I in Misissjpl -FliiH
same Ieadqu.itter for l 1XSURAXC E I
'r.-. -r.1". M. Johns will soon1'11 with a day. it w-JI! be along] time before it will be l i countIn the followingear he was MALE r AND representing the. Liverpool tk London&, -IIAVlXG LOCATED ii .Siarfce,..in the brick building formerly occupied by U

fall stock of in his j' lone but we i elected! to llu1 Slate Senate. In Globe Co. E. \ yniaii, 1 rc-pectfuly! solicit work m my line from tie citizen of the town and .
goods building] no: glad to say tint this idea : 181- IIC'renwI..l count11 our
, FtMftLE' INSTIIiTE -- _- rounding WI'I!} wurrantl't }Charges moderateKo ,.
Corner Call and Thompson streets. j is fast passing ar.: \. although moncv is i icarcc I to Memphis[ Tenu., vhee; he ; - -- - ,_ i' JI. l ELBf.I. ---- Leaders l sJi.-Ciaity. < ", Gutters and

in this county Times practiced his prot'essi-jit, and was j'cteliayor r :j.1.1.! ORDERS; PROHPTLV .
aic not -
so STAIJKI FILLED.
I HIIH'OB> co., J Justice of:il pPcacror Clay County 1
W'alterVdlsis about to open a hard a. tlHY have la-ixj,1oo..t : of the city in 1 hi 1i.; In Xovemher) --- ----- ---- .
Florida.
fveiytjouy can FLO n\ .
: fi.iit store in the little plat on the pay taxes: and .some will have, a few of I the sii'jsequent } r,ar he removed to i iMuiou !' I,I Will give )'"'1pt attention to eillections: T1IE BIJOU MEN'S
j ] \\ ;;1! open! M''i"'ay: S-ptember! "i 18 S7 Dtlu-r I li-; il I hiimev.Ikin .-,,

\\karfnext! Richard &; Pace's. daMirs: left, \\ c ]hope to can: } tc'olt! :agnhist : to county t lie Fi-)1"la.ida In 1-s-V')) he was'elected 1! iu'h! ('o'l'i--T:] : II 'I ,-'hn'i's'ii: ': maui th-s.; diii'd :' '""-'ey.!.. .. Ha.. .. Juno.. ..2">. l3--.3iu.j. noxuoIJ.Inn I A./ Z> ,:Von KIRN: : : Fine Tatf
wlii-key \'Jdeh will be a big thing btate: :l'late.: and, |! \'i r.to: a Fail Turn of font months, --- ---- Alligator.

!ring your job work to this for :this: ('otllitV. Y"c t'-'pld t I. carry a large j hi 1 1"a'l! ( : : I:President i' Elector oni ami I i Snriti'? ''l\rn of 'i\j; : rionth- j. w. HIGGINS l SHOES $..).:)C O. .

ofce11;:: 1 it will }be neatly and majority in all the precincts except Giec-i I lieS1i1 i I ticket the following yeir he I II:.VT1! >: n't,:i mil ion. N.-OO()'), -:).IIO. and( :";it;rot I'-inel Swcrt
I ? Lt1I(; ) p:': n.o-i1: p:t\liie at the end! of Ladies

(. a1'1y done.Mr. Cove, Mul we- hope that thcie are enough (j i leeched the appointment 1 of Judge. of I the t':ohm Iillmtt.Inil': ;;:;.)1)() ptr month. : PIANO Tl: jEU: ]& RKPAIREK.VI {. wno iu vc IM-CU BOOT'IJD( HOE.'STORE: Sh1rit,3ftile.t() order $.".00.
Wi-Mtiu '
honorable men to I carry it diy at :allY rate. 'irctiit C'ouit. and was;, elected to NI( ) ilediictioii m.dtior ;.n': pupil from wearing $4 :and $ >

: B. J. Farmer, uf the Ctainesvi.Ie I .Air. W.I II.I VuNonan.'nV. (C. I.irrihave the same office again in IA": and 1 iS">9Uuder I time of Mteriiiu' 'In endf ;It-rm i ("\('']it t for I'! woiX: ]";iiinnteed.: 25 years of ex. 'hots.1| a"d! de
Record office, ha been in tly 1 tin contract: to luiilil the Sharon COl1fldclate, an.lIlrity. midge Finley I protrictid' : I sick: I': .s or I by special: I aree1Ilt'1' perienceSTAUKK" |.AI-i C'omplete Line of men,
bm
ge, / I! Economy. SH'II I ; and STARKER

city! all this wt ok \'isit1l1g" with his ,1 I they otjict 10 coiniiicncc work this \\ rok.Mr. h was appointed Judge] of the Confederate I I!!-t\':: ; upir-yid! r. n.ost ('ompd"l't | :, FLOHIILF. ) \/ Comfort should try a i

parents.Everybody. I : L. .\. Drew :!tioiil] have his l ham States I: Court of rioiidain 1MJ1 1, which. I corp-ol f t 1 teielieill: ;u- 1'iinoipal; is pupir- i pair of this Celebrated \Vi>nn.-i.. Misses, Hoys and

II. position ]he -i'icd ('d io 1)f,1'1'; :to*.ttl'; t d> tl'o-o deinn il
I roof : at the end of ; J.
FIELD
pltentcll.11': I L. C. Jlmis; i js building .1 year.Judge l line of Sh( ". Ladies.
< th.Mou h amId 'lical ,
ediication
r a : ; ; ,
appoint himself or\ his < linley has been us I ; pr.u : : FLORIDA.l'hiTtlrcn Mioc-1', come and
o near: -Innro. conspicuous- I
\\011 o I II. T. T at a low cot.Intiuction. French Kid ohor-s .

lu-rself] a committee of one t j pivp 1.1_tVI. -ICV: >__0'I_'_K.*. 'iiuie., I in 'I 11.e feUl: a' OP the lieiiih: and I in ,. I thorotuh. rroae guaran: BIICiLSUX'S AVOKK & 84.C

the:: haJI o if l' ihlil.}: in 1SJS: ]he t.'ll.n c-rly; I entrance and'I iv.rul.ii: at- I i:la-til-
for
was
the
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I something Sub-Tropi-( Cleaning l .1 :-w-- __ ___- _
I up tn< cult(ivtt lug; tin oM9raw a captain of a mounted: volunteer tcnd I.LlWI'w"ially: \: ile-iied, Foi I turtlicrinformation 1'14:\ 4-i'niiu. M'L'En81e- _

: 'bony beds, and -ctliiiir out iw! ',mmt-. j i in I the 'minoleVai-. company aildie( :;. W.A. DeU: .
4 c:1.Ir. In March: lfcO-3, I :ALL WORK
B-' now the principal oeeupxtiotn of our he voluutevied( ] )i. .L t fJ.\Ii A. i B.? GUARANTEED
U. D. Miner ha* at List returned as a piivata i in the service tate nli
from fruit growers. The Mil-rounding i farmers I (.f the Confederate :ttteaimil; I'rj'.nii'iil.AU.C. I :'BOX 41 STAHKE FLA. l of | 1JXfi 11

his trip to New York. pick up a good dal] flf spending money at rapidly G. 'sti0ILRE I July :;t 0) \7. tt.

:JFc is hale and hearty, and in time I this sca'i in ;ami: I iu |.king time, labonng I iQso to be captain; ; : and coionol: sunender-) i :' HENRY A. L'ENCLE. Manager. W. N. BAKER. Cash .
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i mig as a hirig.ithier-gemicmal at the close of 1}I -I; C.: HULL

to vote for-Tern-peranee.--: I onttisira'.vlniry Some 1 of : jil-iniatinii I !I the war. Geneial; l Fin!<'y !then (in I 1SO"located ; >I, : ; C ( ) :LLEE 1 ( J'Ac'IisN: : ynTn, :'L"'L": .
lirilof
Mr. W. L. Xewingham,' SOul) Bummer pa;"a. e area I : at Like ( iiy, Fla., and u-s-t'ucd I COXYIJ.U'TOIt & liUILDKK.STA1SKE .
]i-ahv back from i : v' '
4 I \ ; the Xoithamonrlli) : .-.iiiMr. ETi : :iE. FLHn; 1.1orCi
I the j pr.icMce of J LW. 1 but removed ., WILL
jnove his family into the city and, j jv : J.: ('raw..l.I.Jr.! : Mr. Amos Kauf t Jack I DO A or.sritAi. BAVKOU KCSIXK: DEi'osirs( : na-nvEP. coLLcrnosst
MHiulle --- FLA.1)LAXS .
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in ISI.dll'l'e .
he haCOlltilIl.t! | :,\[>E .\T r U\T. lUTES OK .
ill KX-'ifANur.:
occupy) the house latelyacaled} man I &nd i! )11'1 '. S. I I'l.wtis.ir. .
<33EPTZ"/lC: :r} 5th, 1337
to u'side sin'--; -
ever ]In 1ST4 lie WAS electt : .
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} Dr. A./J.. Scoit. ?'i S. (OH i the roid eupervisor of this ti-jn and! spcciili'ations furnished on -
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IY dl I-! ; ;;\ -t'liiallto the I'oity.f.v.uth { aid f'iiiiiinui-s i.ioii-!! with vacationCim.SiiU :
-- district i ; had I out I one I lime t twentytwoni'n ( .-' w';-JcJTCACl'i'.IIsrO. notice. Carpenter work bolicitcd -
The ( (Con.Te.s' as a ('OIJ.'I'\tti\.c, I Demon!;at and 1 :and I piomptl\-I attende-d to.
L'omniiioners have
County
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V.mnj trul.tr of /
and ; /OBTHINOTON
: cli.1"t'ry creditable joh!> of leclitttd I Hand I male brick for SPRINGS !
;to the sde, l'ilherattllc
FoiIy h fly Coimic-ss :
decided to built a County .Tail :1tj work on tin1 Kill'pL.th.I.! roid.Messrs. I (011'1 :1'ltnralt'iI; : : |:\t1 I tieX: nii.il; I IVpaitinent. kiln or delivered at the
1 ieiting i siC: > S-'IL! y I ihtj ciainl <.!' the sitting I..J. l P'titor. !i.. U:. tear: ':her of depot..TnlyI

once, and have \'el'tios'cl. for bidi, Ii 1.\\i is 'Mi-CuIIcy 'rive: lere'iVCf !I mei'ihi11.I I. DishJr.m who! in turn (I the 'I"--i' !Ukl'| i ,,r M..'h--.at\ :" s. etc. ..... ..:; 's.?. tf. .. ._.

for brick and) lumber. 1 tIll'lI' fir..t iiist-illmont of nood-. in aiitieipitiun ..oll :I.II.I'ral; I \H-.sj\: I. IVul'-vtv.' -( 1 Imir ;i-.t:f'I'l >;i-tr.iiuntil! ; : -- -
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___ __ J, ot tie of Ti'iley his seat intl nnd) '1 v.ieti riusio'-md; ';u C '.mhi--'hie'i-c.' u.i3. MASON.STAKKK\ Tlii. opul.ir w-iitfiiiiii; idnci', with a new ami coniiuodiors: h
"j1I.nIJg t the) fan: !M\c.\ ; IIOTEL7J.; .
Prof. G. P. V.oung, by ro<|uc>t. I A petitiona' -> in ciifiilation few days :c Y"I"'I'nllt I t d.igiv-s i in the tontostbefore ( ; i the Jloi'se, .>!f: Uepii \ :: wl'hin and ,
-iit.it\es; ] \.ivkiy ironing
will give a temperance lecture at ,! lIf'O for i-i;_ niiliitc-: '. asking: the Governorto -- ----.--- e\tri. : i> FL1.&. 1 now open for the reception, (of victor". 1'1.. theourworluil t or otlierwisoexhatistoil .

Orange College Sunday night -\\111.1 I i 1.i-:11: ]'ii;t"ii!! 'apt. T. .1_ I Uuirin .1 U:-I f', .of / uilcrii tH'h'Iz t .. TI'ITIOX; ; IT.ic MONTH.: [ :anuiil not onU'
Tiie sketches] OL': and -iijii P.unter. KaUomininij DELIGHTFUL) ( suul EXHILARATING '
following were !-ikon f'-om BUT! :
the FVao- ; IT STRENGTHENING
13th. All arc indtl'l1. I : I 1'riniarv :1..,.{ I Ii.Jcnni-diate: I : Higher anl:1! : 1'

Jr ridcln] has deti'U-i! that L-iwi!y isndesinljle :1): !..il'1'1'' ;iisio\: in :'u: lf.vrof; ; a >:!, Colltiiin.1! $4. I It"inmenlaIII.ie: : :J a.} cuted.I.! Old.!.-rs i'-ft at:haning The St uoath'e.e irke: Tele-- and INVIGORATING( ( promoting digestion al1l1.1It.. tone to the

e fatt Tfitjij ,i-ejiorrVof Tlie ]!oaidof : I 1'intc' for :.i-ye.-] rll1illli H'siiue i. fl it-nil it '.' upoite.! that tl.e i.uliior died i 1I-I' of in-fi'inieii': .u">'> ,' iT'l' tuitinciaii mph O.'Iiee: will loceive prompt] :attention. system .Jiciu-rally. TiM-surrouiiditipfsare' j p I-isii't( : ami tin* drive from Stirkp: ,

soon( after the fWdV.l": html -!I.d.: We / j>-, : !(' m.-ii !:'.)'. Initiidi: fc'{' 1. H"'Jcr.ii'.ccs; iri\en.if requireilCITY ,1. I oc-ra[ tine uinlulattu country of hill! and !fiain.norlc, romantic and inh')'.
Public Instruction this isvuc- (l" and! t .
in about
for '
looking an cigij ; S/i'i'i' r.: II'1 "l.-'thfi; 1 e tin". Th, table' will) abound
itrstfMinnto' Aug. j. 1ii-.n.: : with
: ale : >t in-uiyv.is,' !1't'') risibV; fur whit i imay the vi'ry best the country affonlt and
e-n-h I ] piece of .dIPt l s-ti. ujit\ irK.;j
wo shall publish the report !Ijuoiith I'rorert.\ : ; '> ]>
will bo
no paiim
spaivd to make
be sUi1! in them. Kd. I our guests comfortable. Charges for board
>:7 Intiimediitc I 'J..jO!)
i'nmaiy Higher
Mr. White i is his : ,
having four
? from now on.) : acre si:}. Collesiate: lo. J. W. HICKS will be $20 pcr-month, or SO per week. Children and nurse1' half pri't-.
I gro\e M t in -1i'tWI.I'j1'[ ,
Alilen] hu Fri.e -hoi.l\ bCL'ii ( I .1.1..1' I and! is .
Joe :::L AlvareOh, ir.i"e' Xow I : i -I : J. U. (HU.PI'OIII.it.tm-.
Do'ctor Renault from Waldo ha. I If the contract t : ami i is doing a cicdit.ible ab-oluelv! c to i'ountpi.pj's: -\
C'iuci' I the ba-lifnl! I He i- --
the
lII. t -e'cond
'ol'cnetlllis office over .. G. Alvarez j piece I of viot k. It will I improve that pait: I ('<>u-ln to I time author dt "UIUIlt.I' nf rCI'l'ldtIi: ,or p.iitn'iais; : apply] to From fie years personal ob vation-l have t1llifurmly'folti.1) patient
a a
of the town P. VOTNG
>tore every Tht1r tl\i'. Particular I plat (1Cidedly. Ih..11 fill M in." I He i- al-o I the ]head( clerk ". ', t. I laboring under despepsia or p T Vairgement \f the digestive! organs: muoh
:Mr. .J. T. Yates is h having some rood .JIIII"' > -; &i.i:: I'tiiuipal.Goicien l benelitedby the use tftb-'m I
Attention Chronicdiseases. in .. (J. .\ I\ll '7s' stoic and, : Hori.oir "J'1'1IItl'r.. and have noted
for work dOlI his ; ( it I i"hc !D\.JUn: AND unit DRE SI R.
on new purcliae, "piimp- Dawn improvcirtMits] ,. ijl.casesifllTlrL. I AVTiortina'isrR juitl m-uralL'ir tronTdcs from
wiieic all the '
place t gi iils then
I pielty buy t "
"Uev. Mr. Patterson, the new) baptist ing it up, :a< Yankees say. ih,v gootl-: Jiii i i-. a :I'ood: ; fellow but hewill I PROF. .1. I 1-*. I D"nn' : I am pleased] to say OPEN A TALL TIMES. I J.I its u?. lS. ; Li lilUonsofdL .,.' -t POU'ELL, .t.- I).

S. P. : for your br-n'-litjiin-l; :! the 1 public! t"t'e I Pro\'irlen ,ek Europe.tc !.fuy ift_ 'ftT_ tt
Clergyman, arrived with hi< I I -- ]love the git l- lie 1 has been Known : : !. ,- _-_ I. .. '> .- ..

family on Wednesday of.this \vctk.jHe I 11A 'II>TOX-_(J LI-:A XI X(.. S. I t to lose-leu pounds! of tk-sh in a fmtninht ayeir-ii-liive'eu; ( ml-'m r I'nour,' :ri: ,'m-: "i..HI Llllila'I'1' : 1'.111for tin'I it SHOP Oi: cAii; T. JUST fAST ."r \ f" tl.1' "184Ji'tE Spn.Q t.q: SiM 84_!-Saifinasa;-

: will take charge of the Church I after his "I-e.t gnl" !Lad] spent the eve inllnti'ig most i' MlieM lamP tin and nervousness.( -o- .a..for ? ''cc''rdlnRtoyonrB )' .

Wo :are now ]having fieshing IJo\\'er. vilh .mother!, boy. Joe! taLc I W"cV-r'U-; ; : ;.- m.i.vl:! it. OF IMLDAVilcumtt ). np e Custom Connpff.lllSrttJttaaB lIo-. n>s'our stamp appears plainly on the W.r4JAMES .
madviieand \
commencing on Sunday.Deputy \hit-h are vi-iy much needed ,, T. II. MIVM.: M.f I 1). i1 the
eft
Cotton picking and, I j : : be an old bachelor like youti ) I L' esb-ii''. Fla., M.rci -)''>, L'7.Pno \ -m umtlr, keep 01 hind d.--ruTI. riotlli at MEANS

County Clerk, McDonald I setting strawbcny i i limnl.I'I''allt: (V) .i'J.. loo: : l li'ie! of ti.! f.1 l I >viii' j'1 .U for s lie' Sr ct
h plants is the ordei of 11m ilay.Ve would! 'Ihi-j! I :;'IvLi'liso.i: willie 'vicur'd tight IANDi'FF"FUitfeleinse I !; : S4 SHOE
is an inventor, he has invented sev- j I ) (oiiiiir m:in was Jioin way b-uk: the hair. 1 .
i (ad\is.t out) neighbors to plant, I Iaimri' -iw L :iv of ,'hiIn,1'!! ft.-..-; ,vi'lIliI! ) ('HE.Oi.! .' !ROME'S for tie face to j Wm not wear so long u the

cral ingenous lit tie. thin' lII, and)' h.vj a I| tcudn'lr in stiawhenie; and (cabbages.. I niir.e: time "before tilt'ar, ::11111i: a '
oiHce of I [ grown man when iinie( ) \oiinr. 1\1' ciev- Am :in::0.i: P'a.; new sample in his .1 vegc-1 I Have a Miriety of "
and I
i I rops; .YOU arc: sine'Jo j' rim., and gentility lie (.w't I be, 1 be::! The 1 Pinr.: I 11"11--1: : 1 t.i\; "' pip-ivne in sa\ing: fti'l'\ lime "f Hi/ >rs ;nd I Hon(s COtStt'itlv : ,I S3 SHOE

Jo ta.bleli'l'r \\hich i is a. r;_al. 1 g(%m. i hit the nuik on some of them. j probability; : s are tint ho will live lung and ; tint vor: "1 ;.den; Diw." and_ pills are on bin.: ,:, old! rai i n-paired. Jc ,

--- -- !I Oransrcdc; : are now out bu\ing IIIIII t te -I eMiiti !. W. \\ -1'01'1'. J.Jv. HICKS ju. K ransa It i j. mvfa fur ru.n whose occupation-* nrh M
I ,
,. Sheriff has beenery up; i i I happy} much.I : I )hradthern M cot! for B IwMi-r ami more dr< ,* hue thna
Epperson : 1I'lIJ.| on the I it'c- ThK is 3h:itI (;liincsviliFia.: S.it.| 1. I 11S5.; STAKKE. FLA. -r the JAM-:: 31 EAT*> 6 3 SIJOK. Our J Shoe hal
this week hunting I --' 'l'roffld''II'diti-i : i 'I.-: 'en Diwn.Dysentin ---.-- --- ---- ---. --- _t'S i '! f'tabll-hct |. r it'<'u a prmancnt reputation fur romfort
busy up wit-1 I .: wants: to )ha\e: their o.ainre 111.11'- --- --- -- 7? U:# 'I t and i.ihtr shoe baa ever kauwn In mba
cip j 31 Ir. 15. I II. Junes j., :.Mdicii-u\ Vetable; Pill.-I -
i I the floor manager: : of : nit SSH'Ktn;: SOCIETIES.( i history c.f the traJc. : o cumprtitori are aiM! to approach
p nesses and tho jury for fall court, ]I ket at their own door then the jrruweis s l the social club will bo found on s.ilc at I llivets .1. Joiner "t; ,a, I' 1 it. "Jn> Iam-< lUf'IUI1I1I-I silioe U Iltht an l ttyllih.
a VIIIII1 man) not much
I :
; -
., I and It is jn i'urnl.ni; hiw hr iu
weight ever m nu-
cny
which in this the i'will feel encouraged to and J. L. ia.-kins drug stoie-s. JHrtdfc.I'tl !
M iI meets county on advance their given to maniaJC'I; he has been knownto Lodgco.42! < and I i- f.lcturrl.1 runililrntiy% B"-rt that in every vital ro-
; < this)111,1' I ; .1 ummm I 101'IS first Tuesday in October.) j j jWoman's gloves a re.'ieve: the uncer-l! wink! at a certain pretty girl in town on -- {(;-t' .us in eac-h uiun'li. I I '" )iin.L.5.-w.-l fhi'i Miirli r.fve hnhrrta been n-Mllod aJI'I
_: --. -- I tainly of shipping to Commission I / f \ .J)ier 1t.n.u., L. \\ hlCWUTER.ta' $w T ?", It i.as". rn-'iroU Sip suit x-nmleni) cult vamp.
--
--- i iUnion men.) J; thr (' occasions. 11, K the toiiiu-of a lug T ;"CI. \ H'. M. 7 ,i ir!: :!rI'I, I II Ii:i. ii f.>'rrt'nly rn>iv>th> l-.tt< nt in.ul<*. It CIa Ilk* affniKi >
Christian: Ti-mpcran-'e: I which the inajmitv:: of hi-ntofoie -- --- -l\ : .:. n-iil rf ;: ire" nn "brpaklnc In," b.ln{
aiowi -- .
I : I/KISS Lorn.It, owns a gr.iiirVttire.:. lieowns I I Hair ; : I r .'t I- r5Iyc.v: Vie rtft t-"'f' it is worn.Jnrn. .
Lake View L.dNii 03 of I', & \ OTKosjiilir .
McAfee's1on
uill meet at lis h ha\e been "
RTto. subjected many of t:11! : to the ?t ar iut 4. sa.-y. wvr the flr't in thlninnrrTT
i this sioie ; bicaushe ,
can'th"l
-i'liplx :Meetingseeomlj: uiul 'fonrtb t. 1.\I.lIs\rl. mlTTtl'rd. If you )have bee*

7'hursday: Sept.; ._)_)ii1. at :o0 ]. !;: rinal loss of t their years labor. j ji h ;> it, :and fiom lid, stunhe I -,'-\I. lots of I Can only boreened; by keeping the -Jitiii'lay of ():irb'inontb, o'elo'-k. ,- / -.- It '<'N'II.t->tt|;,.. ; ,.5 ii irit'ii-r. t'l.it mlvt)it rti'ril U l'itii'.sh ta H-v Lily y.(ur bur rzpcrlencavi mail by

m. Every woman' : intere<..l iiitvnperUiCe i i Mr>. Ccli-i .lone. i Iz quilt- }iJ]} :and. mtpCted '''gllllll, just ft\' fun. lie :"s nut ;a handsoni'1man / scalp clean, cool and fr"rt from daudrulf I I'. sifIFi-Pti'EK 1 : ::1:1IJ-OT: tK: Xiniriirr, '_i. ,']. k:,.I".i..r.: y.,r.'m. nth.r than thosie made br th4
-j:; fIIowv 1: .1 U l the bent reuilerv
Seeielarv. \V. \1. >" n.s tr" s >r
( <-\ t to Ji(1111' Js'very i foehle I tr'>mage I but lie i and tl.o body] in a healthful .t"r. tbruifftr.!.; tht t'u.ti-d Stjtr*. an.1VI will plsre tlwtQ
invited aw fully ]h-isb.ni .
;
cordially to :atj'tend. joj.ul.ir. : condition. The ---- -roll. t..u-t..r in-i I" 1."r'.. .. Mihi4.'h"mira which! great popularity .. .
-ausc-s ]her MM em icld DiP'D. 6UER OF JiKlFsiEX"croi a ease "t s. r:--2. 1 h. i h. ; .iimy .I..n".d
1. to \ 'tnoie! I known l III '-I-13! oil: !ii! two o'c-l.icl:; m our a w-ri' t.,1 .It, ..., ,:. ...01.. f "' r T..I.ur.; .Iwin son! fca i""-1 r-inl- _.
: ; Ayor'h Hair Vigor is due to the fact ., '.,, '. ., .. ..
--- ---.- --- (I leadily i I the ravageof: descts-. i night: The 1:it<'si notion: th'it ii.is got into that it cleanf the ( )- \ TitiU!: N 0. 1. Ft..\.-'CouncilFile ] '.orlol..m..J.'I url.'.,..... .'.. './. .r.f "II..!l.r-I.'I inlb., JALV I&s nt3. A'US & Co
The .Street ,Cpmmit1tv ha\o I h-t! .1 Mr.: ] :S.V.. SciUhwick; and wife ani" jsihit I I scalp promotes thegnmth u kindled 1: each: \\ltll''I1a.r'; Sleep: : )f.n.lt-h..ul.? .. I -.','..,.. .\""..'''4 '''' ; ,
his bead : ]lit. i is sonic close kin t"I of the Lair, prevents it from \. oy..r.t."UHIi. I 41 Lincoln! St., Boston, Mass.
j [ o it tmir I Vivui.! Slam he. Fla.
tll('COlltl'l't to grade ('all4r(4 J1'rcowlay fiom Mieridan, X. Y. 1'hey ji j I Uiu-'.- Sun; :and thinks] : b-caiisc lie i is c it\' I falling out. and RIVUS it that soft" and Tian-ion' I'rr.thiTfiMili.illy invited

tJliA horn the railroad: to the bend. a i i I.dUtaitcc I.come ]icpaifd i in (..e.:.' I iesjft; I to lake: up :!!' t tic-is'iier: that: he is tinbisgest man: intown. II silky jjloss.soes-entul to perfect beauty. I :i ttt'mn. (G.; W. McKi.NNKY.Safhein.. to Full line of the above Shoes for sale by

their ]p<'ntiatu: 'nt alx.den( thtir br-antifii! Frcdtriik
; Hardy, of IJoxbnry, Ma-s., .
of.aquaiUr, of t a mile.) Tln, I]i ,01 llZ.. ) .sirovo I in this ]'1:ice. 'I"l is ;t'I -.------- a gentleman fifty 'enrof: ae; was fast I Miric-v. J. G ALVAREZ, Starke, Fla.

IFr in aiiother good thing that our ]lines- i I 111III I of> energy :and meanand I will noj <:;I I 1OM \ M'Ii.ll"s.Mr. I l losing his hair and what lemained was 1.1'- Chiefof I Hi-cord: I -' -_ .- -- --.--- -.-- .- .. -- -
---------- ----- --------n------- --- - --- -
I. 1 F. ((5. Carpenter: hits: been (:Kuriiij Aftrr \.iionn .
; 1.1.-.111.1 growing irjin
Wand cut street committee liae (1011l'. j i pnne a valiiibKaddition: toIiiI') prav. Jlay raaIO: I. t'IICHUI1 I iuifrroiv.Sfifvicis .
a uew l\\o :.rro tract, ol :alll.'lIic;, iijuite i i- .lrc:;ill s with notlTi-tt, he ceiiiiinenceJ t .
,
"Kliard.yl ----- i daue! To a'i I tich we '-vtend a tordial I > I 11oo 0F- V>*t* fverv. Fri -
School: ] opened in the Starke Inhtitute i[ t an iminovement: to this ;place.Vearepleased : I the u-i of Ayers Hair Vitror. It : lav( n.;;ht at "l'l F..llliw. :tlI-i'hlr'ilS'r 'iIr i IIU.j
h hI h uid: and! wish them ail the! '-m.tx-.ss that :1.111. Ti.iii-i.-nt" l.rotlitrseori'.ull'tnviitil
'04! on Monday) : the oth of this I| "; ;i \ : ) ; to nil'ii ij,nec I tiiit tile' I 111([1'1..1 the falling out" be writes ; : : tnKttend. i'vprv "!'uiiliiy .it It-1 ', lii. 'mil J \,t6vF. ;. -
:
our lInncimc" \\\u aft'onl .
j I "and to my great surprise. converted K .1 I HKI.->. J.I:o..H 'VNE. at s p. iii. Il-ilium! -* i.in- unr Ti.; < vv .ttSp. /.,
jtCCo month. Prof. Clark and I his ] {Ionia pi'siotlic! h-i- been lebmiate: I land: ali stiii.t.'i1I..K41.I; .
force Mr. Clns.: Thonu': :.nd fwlljf t'lr.l! L white hair ( without staining the Nolilt-iirani), in. Friyur siit tinu Thursl.ty at S $ oLT; TU3VRON
' 11KK : J sideXo.v my A- f -i<-i>r,. Vie? ftianil"'i" :
of teach] hand and an\iou sf, jit a tew d.us with lelativf. : : mi.-< i.l Jtl-'Y oil our the a/tide brown p. III.
is <>n : < to at llii"I scalp ) to wine (f it .
\V. S. Hf'H.IlhO'p".t'lr.!
commence their I 1 labor, there I plat) In-t week.Ve : 1lIilIOil: ht" of.isti h', po-toVne, had when I was 2.i years of age." Ladles I II. I M 111 1 t.- "-i h-> .. 'Yi..I> -t. ms> :
were ; .
i \ are ;Iml to' see tl c 1.-iar looked fin 1: ilium cli.rlyiiul.. hotel! and :2''I) d'\clliigs! : \\ : th"l i.'di'! I t'lVoiu l i their ('os l\'en4, 1 1./ ('II.l l UiTII \ lZ' :Siiri"-rit"M.LtI'UIIV ; ..

quite a number of I visitors present-) 1 I i ii itid} pro-p.C't- or more t-iis. winter.Mr. : Ten Years Younger. --v.v'iti'iii'iiir' in tIle! lifad, Tolie( Sour i! .MAKT r', S.A l.i <.tiurt.T. ..
I i :!hull incflhent I that; : the Telegripa; : i is no/\\ I :11\11.:1: -h.} I HeutiI'iKidnry:: troubles, I I

,-rtfxll k to ste the school opened) and to ('U. ;i to I b.- "tneli') V hiKiie.mad". A wspaMer : .1. t' r.l-nch'srd: anilUn, : ;are uukJcg ; Mrs. Mary I Montgomery, of Boston, et -..10.! takinir: doso of SimmoriH Liver I I I J:.1' n j' ,' P ;:! '11 TONC ':

tf'l' their pupils. TH.s!! school opened 1, !! half) ; I m : fine priign- on tin- re-jd-'ii'-e of Mi.I m I writer.jr: years: ) I was compelled (Rgu1utor alter inner or supper, so RSj
- } 1S ; mi1il-.it'tI: at home :and J.df i ii Mime ,... I '.'i I\\I 0 u ,. i.. ...,.j, "It,.. t 01 n' ?Ioth1' SIT!i.i- .I! I tl I .'. ;:1 .ii-l ..! s )p. in. ,
*"t: > .eiof I\ir' -j : *o wt-ar a drr'-,-. to i .nl'pal a baMSjKit -,' Will flU ;! lb B' OOf r.,rrlat
n\\ ,
!IO with scholars: and) the prospoi! i distant city n':\.r speaks will t.r\ coii'i- -I -. wi"t ; I.' : ,'rr' :Is'- ,:: haI'') Un I.tbiel'l !1 I'r.uv-: iui>ji: > '_ i'S '. \Vf-"i" 1\' tb3 LlVEP. Mh.t tIOol9 ,"d 'p
S of tins ilu-t-: tm tho ero\\ uf hi-a.l. but now I\! Lj: I.I l> l>. I. ;'. I Jfnni 0." nYJ\i.l'EoI".IY'a. 4
lint3 .I'I'J i ni'-n ]] w- i- my ; AI'-! ,! "-,\ I r.-i.'i.i r i'>.is'\ l.v u-in! tlmI p. in. '- o.- ..
an''jjonil: I fur 'I'I ty. >"Ijla: join( .subscriptions% and% bt I Ort ',t YO U tit 'i'Vilw. .V.M Jnt .
; aspiauv more. j 1 1 1\lU.\-la: thi-u ;-inl.- for HarVi :;, lIla f Jr "iulld.lPI' "- li-i.. SlulIl"11I'lno of ..
: having a liar linie s.nnns on' 'i-id 1-isi .q' jour ( cir. 'i i iitu1 slr.-.v[ s.rri%* of i I 4 Afip"u Inihutnn.Jit of -
j} j _. --- II j us. kf1iI'i with: the times not Timesl"ni' iy I ur 1-1 I'liii o ;m, I i..f a 1I..wrIJwth. I ('..i.! .. .li,. >"I.H; ''I i-. .' !"- .\' diops in w.Ltf'1'1 lI'11.i: ;:.. I BtI"'D.. urvl 1 ir..d ,* I..c,.b-
.. Richard & 1'acoaro down '"! so we judie! !h-ti-ii the f iy they wijiv;: gn '.)1' I' :f-f. ;; 'i I".tlir.. has .tlto 1'Z i A. VM: I -H( '[;. -.T--- i-.a-n t'n ,I eolur.b and corl': Ij'eiP4. iuclw .
roiiM whi-n I rrrfo
)]I tearing I 1.:0. rri: I I hardly tru-r my p n-es eu ii oi: 't \,'-.' )('!- Jill. lI I I'. M- >uN:;\ -;..:.-....i'\. Purr,. Fii'.ntb.mi rt'.n. r-,. *I -4
the -m\ll brick I erect-1 I i I Kjch.iids: I.;,. IICI.1t lanr-! Hr.-t ft mini i.iv %hair growing ; but thereit .... : I II 4. SUit i.qT'IIi'f-p 1:',.. }O.. ".
luiildiirg lately -'' -'-' -
Mr. 1 11. I.. Thomas of WiSUernc-s; W j -I I ;; 5i.r.igcrftir.C'.i.LtPtNPPrl'LFJA
ed for ofiice i ill; tiio pa-.i few -1 1:a. s here in I the 'JVmpciiuict is. and I am ( .i iitrhtf:, .. I look ten FjT; i;; FrlEE AGENTi"j I 1't.I I: n-m i :. S; 'JI 1 : :. t'' Lit_: 8 ITPT .p-,1V.-tZ 4 lii!' t.'j 1, Dl w.
an and will put nj] a'laige tugust! ef Mi 1'. .1. $illnon itt: 'itf- I u uSer UAiTE''S H.C} T(I1u'put. "
: cause. helping the u('i"d hdies in'i .. yem's Y"1l1fO..tA i j..I cv* rot till.r-\ITI..L\ I II 1 :>. ta.i ....t'i .r..II..I..IIII'"Ofli'". 1'_
jvCI !;tnl'l house in n> pl.xcv to bo ;I their uoble] i.-otk of ii 'i.y ':'Hli,!:- similar result atf-r'led th<> use ofyrs f' p.t: ; .,,1 It. i'.ll; I all I o.-doiH, fir | i i.> I l. :M.mi'lsi' : ,-. All .n..rtr'. < n* ....."'.rr..ifin\f_ onlvli.ritl. pidp te ., P'I .i.
I er.MU-ate:: the tliiiastmus iciI'T! : .;': : i. !.1'" ir'ilt tr-o ,ii tIme I lh H'T m.'Bt vt-t f>rtiPr. :"u.Ai:> !i'
29tgslc 50 by 8u feet. This[ will make ::1 : Mi-s :uuiy.j.Mlco\,. '- ti"' guest o: I IMr .\ Ifair Vio.r by, Mr.s. O. O. Prs- StlI'I.!.iy ..).)1..4"1', ..,I1.y' aii :.;::, I HASTEN' LtVFR PILL* ttj
: adeculod Hijuor traih'c.I (Jtiult-nun h\\'t. it'; ; .
of !I. t----: 'i.i.L. Ie1rgoims.Or.r'i : \-ere C-ntirauioii.LI4r COLe"lal" and P( )
I; : :\ ,1.-f( iJHti*';ii:ud'! !i.i'l :;m..hr"t'II- c- it. of Char'f'etow-n. Mas-: Miss Bc!sio i in. I. I'u i-ji.x rr, n""acb": 5jpI. puil PTP'"i) B.C'.
impr! <)\'(>mviit t<> this block F.r.i'lfcni t-.mmitv.! wlio are n.rv ( .tHc I I 5 !)y lii"! ''' 1:0:: )10..t! I. 'iV-i-i of any j 1 !: il..11 n."..I.:,t. mtlc on roa'tpt "f iwop.,'" to "..r:Ir" p
j II.illoe.f! .f IHirhn;ton, Vt., )Irl. J. J. .
_. .
The bricks are in-jrly all on th I'j't I up-iij to detide the diMiiof. our f:111': tll.t. liurton, i-f Kar-Kdr' Me. and numerous s.i'.1.I varli: iy, L.; .,'. '.., f i firoNhf! I ItH', I ----- ---- \ rHE! Dg. ftRTRMCCIf: : C J.. ST.'lSUIS,fg.JP -. ..
.,cs : (harjss.t; ; r '1. 0'1 tt-' oasti.lo 1111" \: j CHRISTIAN uiitiv<;;i, -
for the I. i-f> .i;' in"f- tr'l, I bv th" I"'') or lytfr; !'rm '
count\ fmitm.
", r.im'1.:.] F. J. Field i iv the cournc- ;; can :y'mi in the! II',1. -i: Ix.ttori [ inv .' .. :..\1. lt:2i-2i.4; I'..!.:. ._..I'__;. : .;7'u.. r.- t".' N ifo .
| f'c: of ju-the) to joiiiseif, y.oir: chi.di-t-n.; >-- uf hair nriy b- owing to IllI prp-t-i. I -; -.-;t4 v x-> P s t* ts
tor. |j \o-ji: neighbuis, ujtl the jile.idimol] the I ; Mt .].}m WiiiKMis. I jiimty (.r iiie' !,Io.or ib,rancement of :-ei.=.--11:1.li'lt.>_ :tiuit tics of1'i { any .*,-G. .1'. \idtJ4. tioc'. 1'.1'I: I p.- aeil't 'i i:l 't g 1 u' V Hl ci.5-tt* ;'? :jj.

-- -.----- .. .\ < : f::on )1111110.: !lady of this l'ilace wn1e.i the stoiuach and' bvtr, in which (nse.a !t". x i \'-", -.II Olb., ics en- anything j ji tiv.Mi i ru:<. i Fe fessa; \ h..r r-I ;? ?- V
j. !0. ile! l.ulies; ofiiiir distikt.-\r< I nmirl course (,{ Ajer's Mrsaparilla or flfAy'r' !t p. .
Afu.ilm-. .f >,-h! tol liookFi-.tiJ. 1T I I .'" t' as well *.iy
> me mil and .,tidi it:;; tin 'ijiu "-T fnm* 'Ih.( hruiiJ-s: :ne dud-. \ igor, mat .>essary. to pive health .' I' .'- -"-. I ,-'ii .' isi: eM vlh Kor.-k-: davt: ?:::Wl: ;1', ni.; i ..hn fa f ( :Dt'7'{,: in;.. 4.'rcie'h.J29ei .
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r. :I'y. (' will vote t ; h'i'. "!!.-MVsiliat i i-:'.' I J. trut oT! h\- I aol I tone to all thc! functions of the ..11"r.i; d! otiif.-eelf-brated: : ; ,11.r"erif, .anlI : r.\l!'.KE : L'!" Hu: .lJtI '.U.eu.:" .. ...;"t J h.'-.''.
you. wi athi. ruin and : : \ lodAt tht- sa-; ,.,. time. it cannot be ap.icl. ,
lice. I I pon : misuyforalllir.ie. tuck'ti'l I L'>nr-'li} :itll It iu igid are ntIjl.ttd :
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:1I11I111.' ': sjtj-; !.mio-, :ui-i siiei i. g"ingto I tr.o'I'IrI'III.Ilrt'l. that none of.thesereintdns I gi 1; i..r.te(; -II orderwili hfilled with .
11 AM'1'"EC I: Xo; 3 14'111 t t.i inn do i IfilJI'h ,'l'llt withouta o\:: ;.is-i : variety wanted, .th.
bi'ttie'.d! : 5inish him. !WiII.-\\i) : x.. d ; ;iL4jtImdtIdey j..!_ .. eIn
: gieat: : all,1ay that this I tiial and! strut attention
:,i Ii-" Airii'-s Howe. irliH ,:tyiiitr -rMr to i.i-r-e\ennr unit Labits.Ayer's as ,'u iu-terinin to :.!\e sltist"sl'Uon. cacti .11h f.nr.r day a; 11 I. ,:I. :1allOalI; ;.. : mntlarf J 1'i"' "(O 1.dr. !rt....:
-I LEXINGTON tr:1uiebill ]longer i cleanly tt-mpei.it .
?, no ('\tt. I.isicn to I '. so t.1 it I can do business with tho same I.iv !1..1< n' "f "::>'> !.. 'IJ. .- .. : riCa'4a.I'.- :.' ....... .' .
Fred. Smith's, at Kill -. ( .. ,..... .
and above all ; : ii1iirprojeatL.t: t "at.:T..I. altr..u
Thobettequipped whool the'Utu, accommodationsstr1i yom ieisi: !i. to the gicatf parties in the future c.ii. ; i ( icii I \VIUJXIF; ; .
Hair
*,ftnot-elaf. heated t>r st'am and li 'nlv twoyounf lathes to the room, srlf-nilil fa<"!lty fJ f I Cieator who positively] foil-ids the u-p of Ouk-e at (Jardiner A I'ratt'a Real .\ i.JtS \\t-r. II.1 ( I ": t. i'a-c: to1.'i 4t. .'.
.s t>.>rl nr Iu 8ij trjn|. this vu-ioiis.serpent Prp l Dr. ..T.C"yer."o Co. Lowell Li14. FsUto otlk-e, Starke, Fla. Sold E h.
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:.J ." W.7p:*:: "':.L 8IOJ; .' ] : HOUSEHOLD MATTERS, To the T.average. lameas- American- flsyllght- tourist'1'.u'abroad. one LITTLE Til OHglfltJ ::.18'-

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.. 1 5 "m I of the ulaces most eagerly sought and mot t: R.R 5.
and picturesquefless LIVER
: .,j'../' .. n "1 said to be Recipes. thorougiY of admired Its scenery for.the is the "Trosachs"" the .ILL t'
6" 0 0 0 PILLS.
v,1 _, .; .. t 60 ( 805 I 0 I 0 PLEASANT SCALLOPED Oxioxs":-Boiland if largo trio through which i one of constant delight i

; .. .. 1; l 0' 80 0!0 41 0 cut into Put into a shallow ana e\'g S r -lJ------ ,
: ...... 18 difficulty, a" quartrs. surris. lake and country vTW .t
100 t 0 0 3 0 6 0 mount
.' 4. .. .. ;. 10' 2 0 260 0 6 0 a sure cure., dish cover white sauce and but- through which the -V T, 'while in a BBwnuf PIERCeS PETS, OIi1 CtltE4 TIlE WOU'l'm..t.PAlNia-. r
tered and bake until the onions the American ''sahs. TB to twentY 5e.it
through l
: XS 'i.:' I '../" Ten ccnti A line for the first and five cent tot An a glass of crumbs, jaunt nnp4uaicd or Its beauty. ha ben as fa. s aACOAXED pn.Bel n.ftpr ara.UV tfl.Ud.JI" -
r each f nfcreqaent are brown. should : I' .
IDetlon. frequently millar to tO public .In pMt a yc'getnble, theY (
Pert
Some
Special tate for tme upon appli& styles of TRANSPARENT Beat eight have been, but now, thanks tb entrrs ft.t'JT the svteifl.dt 13OWEt4Q '
cation PUDD :
at the the trip is so Vlai b
is of the Erie Railway, witout $
as ,
rgla5S retcUT
:*ir"I lurrunding pulp and egg very light, add half a pound of that it can easily be taken in a day's tme. Ifmade upaton Put up ,it and rUAb] I It will In 1fpw morn D when takm --

SUBSCRIPTION HATES. It I the same of fresh butter, melted fr New York the tour lke madein that pel. a1ter5tlie! or purC nlethele I direction mr Cram.8p.1DII., Sour*:
happens a'r'sty Scottish Trosachs may a I fpartbiirn[ Hick Headache, Summer
most
One year. .... .. ofcn and half a nutmeg, grated; set this en I in the opposite little give tl pc.ctutfacon. Cu
1S .... .. .. ..Sll not immediate eleven hours. When made lellt Ularrlifp hJmt4rT. Colic. Wind In Uu J
; &L months.... ......... ... 15 that a i t the stove, and keep stirring until it is direction about double that time Is necessary, and all other Internal. PaiD*.
,,1 b All enbecrlpttonit matt be paid In ad. a girl that thick buttered as a stop-over during the night is made at -
invariably as eggs; put a puff paste MALARIA IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS
I I r- \ Ko doors is
du-crlmluation OreenwoodLake. HEADACHE.Biloua
'ance In favor of anybody. admired doses __ s
'Ifr in pie-plate, and bake in a moderateoven. AND PREVENTED. -
I the sand at Long I! coffee a THE climate and soils of British India are the
L Communications upon of : i i This quantity will make two ThTc It not a remedIal
allatterl ID:0 agricultural afts'nt Intbe-we3.
loa favorable in the world for
of dozen I most
wt i solicited from all a men : l Headaehtt will! Fvor and
i r. ar CD I pies. but modern appliances for culture cure Agne anti sit other
_: prouctions. ., VooaUP Kiifrme ami other /even aided
being talked by It Aft
to and caste "t&zn. W*
by of unknown. Custom
SCOTCh Cookies. Beat two .
; L ., cups In.lle.Uon.Dlioua l'IM<- HOKKI.IKF. quIrk as UA1MVAVS *
feJrrl Directory._ who was surely I headache table- are the principal reasons for this lack of knowl 1 ; .
and five -
with
I : one of butter -
;" .. UNITED r STATES a modest bathing sugar edge. of the itoi- K_ !:. K. not only cores the patient eeiaej'wife] -.
OFFICERS.I dern
,. i.I the head spoonfuls of milk, in which has been They Rosh for It. itch boweip,are prom! ar.'a. hut If people epne to the Malarial j

: SENATORS : having seemed of and then dissolved one tablespoonful of soda Moxie ly relieved and permanentlY ''\TIJUDICAL will fxr.r morning take 20 *30 drops of
'. hotel I It is said the women swarm after or pr. Ucllcf In water,and eat. nay A cracker,befor
on the the misC
i iout.
t- Ton. Samuel Tasco, Monticcllo. i,[ Beat two eggs quite light and add them. Nerve Food with a perfect furore. It is knownto cur bY' Plea.snC purgative PelIet.. they will prevent attack*. 4.- '

-. j4 ;,!!! lion. WJlkicdon Call, Jacluon\'lle. makes the ? j or thirty Mix two tablespoonfuls of cream of be customary for young men to use a mug I In explanation- of the rm.-Jal powr (f the/ It Instantly relieves and noon rural Cob (Ml
: t an of it to antidote the effects of a debauch of itI : Throat.Bron..hltis.Pleiirtqy. Stiff Neck. aUCC
:. : the exper. "The i the head- tartar with half a pound of flour and a it does within an hour so effectually there is I Pellets over so be great said a their( acti.rt dll'I's.upon tlons and Inflammation,whether of the toig,

: :. First 'nrrr.EIE"T4TlEI R. II. M, Davidson, Qnlncj- wetting and i wonderful teaspoonful of powdered cinnamon. Mix nothing felt after to remind them they have I may truthfUllY is t1, a gland fIr tisstitcecaplflW ney t>rKowel-i. *
'.' Dletrlt-Jon reply. "She I had Some of our eminent pnysi-- the system utlver Sold
1'1
has one. mot nUence. jeilEUJIATIS{
\1. Iltlct-lon. Charles Dougherty,, Port plexion i the whole together, adding more flour clans say it is the only nerve food of any account Inatve ManufacturCl at the: NEURALGIA

4 ": Orange. nor I I from time to time to make a dough. as all the others are actually only mildtitniiiittit5 druggiatL25cCfltS of WRLO'S DI :r: Kea>1.ii-he.Toothache/WeakneiKi or Palo In the teg-
I L ; u f. nnctIT COfKT : the shade she can't |! the disap- and soon lose their effects, while Chemical JboratoI7 N.Y.rSS.U liot or IJmb.-t by one application.
Roll thin and
Fifth Judicial! Circult-Hon. W. B. Atlanta I i hard bake quickly. It has ASSOCIATIO-V. Jlao
1 Woo more large I this does not, more than common fo. Fifty I
r cent bottle. MoM?
by
GL. 'urrere Court Justice[ a : SNow PUDDING.-Soak one-half box of been but thirteen months on the and -- per druggists.
I. Hon 11 raidce, Orleans.. La., Circuit; out here iu the application the druggists pay its sale is the most extraordinary -
I 1' ,. Judge. looks clean and gelatine in a little cold water, then add I ever known. ,

r1. I .. Jt. M. Call,Jacksonville,U. S. Attorney, North- is one pint of boiling water, the juice of DR. RADWAY'SSARSAPiRILLUK
V.. em l becoming to i is S great IT is said that the Chinese are becoming $59flREWRDythe
I U'. trlt. Marshal. Northern: perfect naturalness i the!nerve, I I one lemon, and two cups of sugar, and I alarmed at the rate of mortality among themselves -

/' I I'bilipaltir.Jackeonville, 1).Dtrlct. \\I.on. Tallahagfcc <:\ mix with 1 let it coo!. Beat the whites of three eggsto in New York from quick consumption. RESOLVES( 1
6 t F.C. I The physicians blame the light diet of the Chinese
HamphicjB, Pentacola, Clerk NorthJ. a stiff froth, add to the gelatine, and I era of .-8ago' Catarrh
J The with the I insufficient for this climate.
ern l1.trlct t ; as being ,- -:- KemeU, for a <'t' "* The Great Blood Purifier

I TErtH?-NORTHERN: DISTRICT: This beat together until quite light, put into I l Chronic \aaa1 Catarrh whu h. For rare of all chronic disease. ,
The isn'tshe" Scrofula Blot I
,
Langtry is at "That Miss Jones is a nice girl
I f. mold and ice to harden. looking
r JarkyonKlf. Monday in December. a place on I .. .'{ they cannot\ cure. Taint syphilitic Complaint Consumption. GUoI-

,r ; I :. .' 1llnhsl.ee. 1f't fret MondHy m February. devoting herself for Make a custard of the yolks of three eggs; "Yes and she'd be the belle of the town if I SYMPTOMS OF C.\TAUnD.-DuJ.) elm utar Df'wse.Kidney Ulcer Bladder Chronic and Liver Rheumatism.Complaint Eryitp.Or l*.

\ I i t lr Monday March. the newspaper let it become perfectly cold, and when wasn't for one thing?" heavy headache, p>-p'.U.AnectIonof the Longs and Throat, purla\M
I invention of n new annoying *"\Vhat that?" discharges fallifljj from tho bead hr; lilootl.restoring health and vljocol
DISTRICT the mold I
' V.I. COURT-Northern District : the jelly is turned from passages
that after pour "She has catarrh so bad it is unpleasant to b the Bometm.-s profuse, watery > l l by DruziriM.. $1 Hnnle.RADWAY'S .
f' I Hon. Tbol. Set'le, Jaclfvnv1c.Judge. Imitation is the the custard around it and serve. near )her. She ha tried a dozen things ito acrid,tbroat thftk tenacious mucous, per
": Jt M. Call. ; the ; reme I I for like her, I ad otbel -
Langtry has nothing helps am sorry (
.lackfol\'le. 1. Attorney. bloody ; the ej -s arc
,.. \ C. Wrd( ; this it yielded HASHED MUTTON. -:Mince an onion I but that doesn't make It any less disagreeablefor purlent JItrt thereto iinjnngr :

h. i: i \i-ion.Philip[ \alter, Jakonvifle8: (ZerkEa5tern Dl live species jind thrive of the flour and fry it in butter to a brown color, adda I I one to b around her." iVt&TarTSelfnes Innnl.* faa< Un* or couphiniMo PILLS I

I- ..1 1 I). c.WisonT&lahnte., Clerk Middle Division.) who introduced morning tablespoonful of flour, stir well, pour in I Now, there if would had have used Dr.been Sage's nothing Catarrh of the Remedy kind- I I clear the throat, elpetr..tio! of ulcers t'lfo'18; the e The Great Liver an! SlOTiai Ren id/
matter together wajjs
't tision.K. C. 1ImlbrcYI, I'emacola Clerk Western DU the back I for three enough stock or broth to make the sauce, I I all, for it will cure catarrh every time. voice is changed and hu'a Dala tantle I Fur the cure of all disorder of the Stomach, Wv,-

f fluting : with a dash of vinegar, pepper, salt, and I breath is offensive; emA rp ioyiels. Kidnevi Blartder.NcrvonaDifleiaea Female
TERMS: had been a cure was THERE are five million farm owners in this I there is sensation of / I iiiii|>laiut->. Lets of Apj-elite. Headache, t'orntlpa-,
paired a
s Eastern Divinlon-Jackeonville, fut Monday in head. But she did spices to taste. Let the sauce give boil, I country. _ _ __ I ;depression, a bacfcung (" diznl.wilhment InfUminatiiin ion. Coiriveneo of ,the Indigestion 11109 BUIomneiw. Fever.
I lec<'mhcr. then strain it and when cold in the I I Bowels and all clsranjwnents'f -
put few of the aboviiannd
L 1 it * Nervous decline Only a thelaterialVecera.
it debility premature erl debity.
Middle though Furelyvegetable.
Division-[ cur.-,
c L '; February.AUttern. Tallahaosee, first Monday In i slices of meat, wel trimmed of any out-I: of power in either sex,speedilyand permanent I I .ymptm likely to hi present in anyone I taming ni> mercury mineral or dele tenons drur,.
.4 81 DlrlEion very becoming. side parts good allowance I I Iv cured. Large book, 10 cents in stamps. Thoulnds of casif f annually 1tbl"1 p PERFECT DIGESTION will I.e sccompil..hel
March.if -Pensacola, first Monday in : have some I Dispensary Medical Association, 663 manifesting of the *jove sympto&result I by taking one of Ita
--- wi occupying- nickled gherkins cut in slices. Let the I I Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. I I in consumption an., end In gra\. way's Pill every mornlny about 10 o'clock as a dincierotil. -
r Jlr locks i* > dccci>tive> I F.ysodoiug
Nn mon
common.
i cnestu continent whole 8Ld
d'11
1 STATE OFFICERS. by a gentle 10
simmering,
becoming from the THERE a,0<) miles of and tele- dangerous, or 88undcr8'.I)1: by physicians.By .
I are telegraph
Covrrnor-Edward A. and it hot till wanted for table. I SICK HEADACHE
keep
p \ b Atiornoy-Gnncral Perry Tallbaisee once. She Straits of graph and telephone wires in New York city. its mid.lothlnK.ari'l I healing jr041f'rtl4Dr. ,
r.
_
: hersel cures the wo;
'llahu.e.
1 :. Seu-curr of StaleJohn L. her entire WHITE SUMMER SQUASII.-Cut three Keinr-y Pv.rK-p'-l.i.Font Momai lilllounness Trill te avoided
Crawford Taiabal of 1,000 1'ilrs Cured: for 25 Cent. I cases of Catarrh, "coJ. in the bead,
see in and s tilt ihe frKxl that Is eaten contribute iu nourlshln; -
H: Comptroller: D. Barn. the fulfillment of miles wide summer squashes quarters put DR. WALTON'S. CaRE ron PILF' is cuaran- I Coryza, and Catarrhal U.ndacbr.Sld >r"prtiifor the eupport of the natural waste -
rA I g, Talahalee. Langtry's them in boiling water slightly salted, teed to cure the worst case pies Price 2.5ents. I by druggists every here; 50 ccuts. t III' IxMlV.
7flunrtr-E I. Cril.'alahueee. I?.) miles mailed I {if ubwnr thefullowinsymptomrcwiltlngriisins
< At druggists, taken
I or
1 : \ Lang, .ee. to imitate, and enough to cover them; boi gently for the ] "Untold Agony from Catarrh." ( *.of the Dljresti Organs:Conntipatlon.In1
Coinm.eKioner. Lunds and Immigration L. ; including minutes. the by I ) ihuitlnee'. of the Blow In the He ad.Acldlt.he .
Mitchell, Tallshn!tcc. chestnut brown of 350,000 forty-five putting WALTOV RF rFDY Co.. CIEVELAND. O. I Prof.w. HAU8 .ER, the famous mf&merKof l stomach. Nnii-ea Heartburn. M-wisl of f*

: ; crintcn'lent I'ublic InBtrnctions J. Insecil acteristic English traversed squashes in the water add one sprig of 'ROYAL GLUE'mends anything! Broken Chi. Ithaca. !". 1'.writes: .Some ton }i-ars *o Millnessor l Ight In the stomach.Sour Eructatlo

j 1. Tullaliai<.'ee.CxunniiHiilonvr. most perfett parsley, four pepper corns, two cloves, na, Gao Wood. Free Vials at Drugs & Gro I I suffered untold ngony from chroni. nail catlnz sinking eiisatlons or Fluttering when of in the a lyinirposture.Heart.ChokIng Dimne-or Su.
Moun
'. ot Immlraton-A. A. RobInson foi and a minced onion. When the I catarrb. My family phjsMan gave m. ups Vision IN.U hr UTel before the Sfoht.Feverand*
ce. white English squashes I incurable, and said I tii My ('iIS' ,;as -
Talahu the coast Bronchitis It cured by frequent small doses must V.iin In the Iiea.1 Deflciem-.v of Per i>lratlon.V'
k- i SVJ'nE3n. COURT. to this shade: Isthmus are cooked pass them through :i sieveand of Piso's Cure for Consumption.Good I such a bad one that ever day, toward* *T1- ne-.of the SkIII and F.ye4.Pliifl In the i.le.Chest,
... Chief Jostico-Geo. O. McWhorter ( them the back of the to I set my voice would bccorir so hoarse I t1'1 and Midden I lu- hs of lie-it llnrning In the If.
'1 put on
.oclatc.luiticeiGeo.- Talahlese. bathing the ) the range I barely speak above whisper. 1 n the niort3'g A few .lose,of 1C 4I1VAI'lLI.H wlUK.
spurs
P. a .
Itaney TaUaba'lee; keep warm. Mix two of : I *v.trni 'f all the a ove named disorder
lukewarm teaspoonfuls I coughing and clearing of my throat *" '
Valkenburgh! Jacksonville.runtic water, to the my <
t. It l'an tc-a" of four in a little cold milk, add two cups HealthYou almost strangle me. lly the use of !. rr 8 Price 25 ceutt i>er box. SMbr all dnwrIITSetid
I LANDS-U. S. Lands. joonful .narrow Catarrh Remedy, in three months. 11'8\11 letter sUinp to DR. UAI>>VA | -

Land. office Gainegyille C. Tucker, Register. It gives the hair tams and boiling milk, mix with the squash. cannot have without pur blood; therefore t man and the cure has been prmert. cmr('0.,licx.kof No. 3-J Ailtlrr.Warren Mreet New \orfc. ,

i STATE makes it very light the coast keep well purify the blood by taking Hood's Sirsaparllla. "Constantly and Sptttig" -.' HE, ,-i KB T LUil it in the long run, of the Useful Hints. This medicine denljned to act la1vkluI
Land office, Tall!ha !ee-C. L. Mitchell 1 peulal f'O pFfreet. I
Commiteioacr. THOMAS J. Fiq.. N U-33 _
life Powdered cloves is effectual in upon the blood and RCSlso .
and all the
drying very Uugh tat upon organs .ffert'rfrom -
. I _ up Argentine St. Louis. Mo., Vwas I great *
., I 'Cahl). The only tams the keeping away red ants.powdcred and tissues of the by. I has a specific action,also, catarrh for three yelrs. At timesJ cpuid
COUNTY OFFICERS. that does upon the secretions and excretions and assists natureto hardly breathe, and wasjon."tantly $talking POR

t not injure i How- Use starch to take fresh
expel from the and for thlust fight Jiontlis
system humors. and spitting
L 1 County J. a Impure particles "' ILSt JAILS,
Jndge- R. Richard. the Persian CURES WHERE ALL
I by been stains out of table linen. and effete matter through the lungs liver bowels could not breathe thro'.srh the no*us. i

t E i Clerk Sheriff-II.of Circuit W. Kpperiou.Conrt-U F. York of henna. In ,. There Strained bran water is the best for kidneys and skin. I effectually aids weak Im thought nothing could be done for inc IUCKily. 3etCOflgh itime.Syru s.lb. Tastes dru pood.a
. I was advised to try Dr. magfgCatarihItemedy.
oral Aaeeaor-N. C. Walnwri,ht hair i is known and | the paIr and debilitated organs th* nervous CONSUMPTION'ASTHMA.
-
.' ; [ east- washing embroidery in crewel or silk. Invigrat and I am now 8 well man. I wlwto
I &Collector-B. Haynei.hnpenutenOfrjt mater what may be ., important system tones the dr8Un ad Impart new it to be the only sure remedy for caanh now
r : of SchooIe-LT._ Dowln:. -and there :' If paper has been laid under the carpet life and energy t all the functions of the body.Hood's manufactured one b=>s only tofrne it a
( ''lty Sl \yurohu P. Pratt, C. E. are I the all dust may easily be removed withit. fair trial to experience astounding fsults finda
J I. \ County Conimif; -ontr-L Wlkovskl. O. W. Me. sometimes-as There are Sarsaparilla permanent cure." '
l' .
i 1C'nt't-y. M. Ucascley .
,
It and
convenient
V. bai:th. M length in the in I Sold by all dnlcglt $1; six for $5. onlyy
f.F will whiten knife handles Prtpare Three Bottles Cure CaOrrh.
and Sandpaper ivory ,
:; kept dyed as I one of C. I.HOD a CO.,Apothecaries,
l' t CITY shade they desire that may have become yellow with Lwtl Has EL ROBBI R. Runyan 0. Ofumbtrt Co.I .
I
t : OFFICERS. southern Doses One DollarCOCKLE'S I ., says: "My dauphtel 'bat whin
L 10 aah
:, >T yor-T. A. naturally is as rare i As to the use or age. I I she was five year old v< r} Inll sw V: .

' .. t t >l d)Jal-E.: I I)Knlht! The natural color and cold, Keep hops tightly packed in a dry, f Sage's Remedy ,, i. ald procured
a bottle for her, and POOB saw that it
r. J '. I A lerk. -H. L pnrkm"n.I)). Wail. is absolutely dark, hot, and, close place. By exposure to the air they her; a third bottle effetfed a pr- In this disease, Piso'sCure

', 1 ri:l''Or-L. H.Jonc rays strike it all the frequent. lose their flavor.' ANTIBILIOUSPILLS help She Is now it htccn rears

i. tty-\ttom.y-.J. 1'. \VilIg.! a reddish gold. I i rain, and Some one says that baked ripe, sound sound and hearty." ____ for Consumption is

:Allcrmcn-.John:' Alvarez: C., D.It-chard.:L Alvarez.AGRICULTURAL.J. M.. Truby. Tat seen in this 'ountry There is quinces are very nice. Simply wash found as useful as any
toilets.:1
: : two old, and vegetation them and remove the blossom. Bake THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY

; \ tiful than these arc them in an earthen dish, with water }'..r Liver Bile Indlglstont etc. Free from Mer- I r TRAOI4ARK other remedy.

1 r J gleaming touch on but I, enough to cover the bottom of the dish, Agent I'urv ; :ctals C.: X. CKITTEXTO v'eiretable, InKfelfnts.. -J
:
0 on.the fold. ,of a with I adding sugar, and, i desired, spices. la a great many cases it

% : i i. I twist taken quite of siken as a the. plains.Wild I Serve Two hot with cream. KIDDER'SA DO 'r will give relief that is al-

: TOPICS OP INTEREST RELATIVE ounces of soda dissolved in a .
.t c 1" I r many of the wives of I> foxes and ; .. ost C "' icure.
TO quart of hot water will make DIE IN TH
, I FARM AND GAnl). Teheran have : Patagonia ready OUS
__ and useful solution for cleaning old '" .
ing i their hair the
Magellan. Without it
d painted work preparatory to repainting. ''j trying you
Setting out Strawberry Plants. no injury from the from Gone where the "Wocibine Twineth.
This mixture
in
the above
proportion tell whether
cannot it is
p i foot Rats are Rut "IioCH! os RATS"beats .
p When the sm
U same can be properly done, New York should be applied when warm, and the them. Clea : aie. Roaches, Water
4 August is :very good time to set out aKood on the woodwork afterward washed with waterto Cues, Fles. Beetles, Motht.Ants. Mosquitoes good for you or not.

; ,r.I.. strawberry bed. Of course, generally "Lncver touch that remove all traces of soda. Skunks.- IIt. Pot Bugs Sparrow,
1:; rather Weel. Moles,
f the conditions for growing are:: one'ay i are size. There is a qualitative test for butter so Musk Rt.Jak Rabbit urelsl iprunl.:&25c. Sold by druggists every -'

, against the plaits, but by } jhe tipper crust. SURE CURE
taking paJn: simple that any housewife can put it FOR where.
( in the work there need be but litlAi \.people of,New I been, into successful practice. A clean pieceof INDIGESTION and DYSPEPSIA.. HEN LICE

, :1 I I' :any loss. The worst item against 4a Dou".. ".ve by white paper is smeared with a little of Over 5.IO Ih811111 have sent us their approval of "ROUGH ON RATS" la a complete preventive
ting out of Ameri DIETYLIS. saying tt Is the best preparation and destroyer of -
& .' 1 moisture. plants at this time is .L I- re.ent made the suspected butter. The paper is then W" have they have ever 1.1. RorGH ox leD ton LIcc.A pail of Q whitewash.25c. box of
. : The soi t" 3, used by 80m rolled and set fire. never heard of a case of Dyspepsia where keep It well stirred
which -j--- > I has up on I the butter DIGESTYLIX wa taken that wan not'rurnl. vp fbl AVhltft-
with tho dry W. n sa ., i is wash the whole interior tarplJiD2.;Inside
the
..- t I creases the risk.' So, toxins Ik fl. p EM There i-i- i pure smell of the burning paper i is FOR CHOLERA INFANTUM. end outside of the nests I radical

j ( good growth consid" able pains, I .I g that they which j' rather pleasant; but the odor is distinctly IT WII.I. CRf THE MOST AGGRAVATED C4SES. nndcomplete. POTATO BUGS k
STOP
ku tallowy if the butter is made I VOMITINtt IS I'KFONAVCY.
\ taken h'.h i9 afly.locate:! of sup- up IT WILL RELIEVE CONSTIPATION. For CURES
.__. t Potato iJiips, Jnse-'ts on
: \ ner. 3Iy plan is to thoroughly"pre .r -.. iaaat.. Other wholly or in part of animal fat. whlrh For Summer arp the direct Complaints rult'and of Imperfect Chronic 1Iarrh.t". I Vines Shrup?. Trees, 1 pound Best In Couch time.
er- : Farmers' families almost DU.IS FYLIN will Immediate dtgtsUol orhalfthe 'ontecU of a $1.00 s-
the line
I bed by ploughing deep '-" -f -v bq w I the hot universal\ Take DYGESTVLIV for nil jialns and 1 2wL.1
during weather in -
thoroughly. If I the soil is naturally use the stomach; they all come from IndlKestivn. Ask cultural Biz I to lie thoroughly
' : will rch I [ : have been more or less salted flsli. Freshening Tour druggist. for IIiFsTYLlX: (prlco $1 per larite mixed t'> two I arrels
. I no mumrl be necessary if & f't IKllf.> If he does not liaic It send dollar
; one tow of Wilhtne<$ ):11 tis bet tel air :
not salmon and mackerel in will KTBiYs
the
claim milk send DE
. t, good dressing of well-rotten i I I sour makes !><>not WI hesitate to a send l.uttttto }01.fXI.rls prepakl. sJa Much depends GRANULES
e it your money. house i U
thoroughly worked into the will be it ite Eastern I very much nicer than when soaked out reliable. }:' -h"lt\/'nt' veurs.YM. upon thorcsh isiiinjr. so as KEGULATETHE
f1
, i soi I in \ : to completely distribute ihjcHin.. ,
found lwn Ever D the Chili, has water; also dried fish and baited IUUrnI.\.. prfnkle(
tidal.
. cry ( the soil 3lnnnfncliiriiig (' ? t.,>."'. It on plait*, trees or ahru>* when damp cr IJOWELS PUBIFl' i
; trout. Soaked in I.ohn -
until in n good condition. Make long marble or silver, and : enough milk to cover wet, and is quite ffecuvetwhen mixed with '

I, J I row; better live or MX long than were models of |i tribes, : the fish, let it stand twenty-four hoursin LIV'S found it n rprrljlr for Hay lime dusted on without IJ*)Isture. W WJe In THE BLOoD.
rows its
-

concentratedtate
1
i three four Illustrated the then wash in water till CRt AM BM tiTer. for ten yea>si hare been it d the most nctivo lURE DYSPEP.SLU .
or limes as many short ones. mik. pure and strongest of all Bug 1'c:sons:when mixed:
i 1 I will pay every man that can spare the scattered about the northern the mik all oat, and it is a great improvement I b.ld FZ/ClJ5ISCO.? f i/rent iiirTfrerfroin. '. AugmtWh'tllfrott. as above is comparatively, harmless to animals PILES, MA.LARIA !
: Cream Bales isthe or In to
.I ', space to plant : ood large plot. On the the attendants were grazing, and can be broiled, fried or only l'rl'"li"e FI: J hare ever tak"Ifpreferrrd persons to any use in quantity..qiii.t tonn.R they w'ulol tablespoonful : JII LtIIJ..

.' I farm or in the village there is scarcely' ; forms. There were is better i boiled to suit the taste, and it pays well found. Hay Fertr sufferers otlhefullstre tt. "Boron m ItAT8" AChES ( l'itrell

fruit that will be better than a l ladies swimming at : promis I for the trouble in freshening it. Also / iliould Anoir. of its Powder, well ihak.n. in a keg of watt and patient Writes Yegetable.I3e' t.na
_, r.l'orJ.- applied with :
:good strawberry bed, appreciated and L wore very light and planted salt pork, when desired to fry for breakfast I n_ (flank J!. ji'Itl'Orll. Pbl.h.r. or whisk broom a sprinklingjmt will be foijnd,very sprasyringe.e1fec ".. ,. tlj thiiiK.* Igwcls.I ever"usca toregulat* N

cultivate them to the best advantage, as suits, and their ., i is much better if soaked over night ''N c,.( IHanaI'.lll.Apply Keep it well E1'rred up w using. Sold by 2'' Another: "They are Indeed
in milk u t15] Balm into each nostril. ell Druggists Storvkeefers. lSc.,25c.l.; wonderful. do IeOne
well as One of the down sour and washed in clear water I -- They
they should be I E. S. \ : -; not ,
cconontcal. i i Chemist.J :1'y City.N.J. phvsic but act as tonic
planted Mark off about l lady whose face i always before frying in the morning. I is buta and cure."
MARLIN .
throe foct apart. I like to make shallow New Yorkers at the j'|,!, of I trifle more work, and is enough better REPEATINC Dr.V. 31. HMRn.rhyslci.m. ". J..aol 15 West and 2fcl Surgeon St.. New Ofllceg'W.ishlntcfm. YorlcS Of

furrows in which] to set the able balls for several to pay for the trouble. Guaran. j RIFLE : EXHAUSTED VITALITY SMMker,. V J. HtiiMe t..u'flP.ly, ITesldent Wash- .
plants, as it Iristo .N.J., Hoard of Health, ex County Physician,
11 I! in teed perfectlyTo. JJlKlaf BEST IN THE .
cXelteo the work. Do not mark off r dainty little woman ] 'e p .te. M-
1 4 1 curate sad absolntelrSKW WORLD I : "I was cured ota severe- attack of piles i to
' many furrows at once, as rate as a cameo, and '' I Opposed to Snubbing hloys.Don't ate. Made in all size*for A Great l Medical Work (for Young I liv ficir II-P. Cannot too highly express my regard I
t : I in for tin-in."
the soil should be as moist nnd a gentle manner. large or imall earn*.
as pos snub and Middl.A. Men.. F.isy t<>tiko.as they are no larger than a musUrtl
sible. Of course when the soil 1 of a nun, she i is so : a boy because he wears BAI.I"ARD I Kniin. iV IMT t..x. i lioxes. SI ; of druggists or by 1ar.tii..ti.-r I Iin

is moist and in the best condition to insure The day that I but are shabby clothes. When Edison, the inventor Galn-for. 1fntluug Illuitratrd sad CataToCye.Target Rlflei. ,irii.gI't',ill. i i'-'tee. pr -p.ild. Trade supplied by wholesale i

a good start, no watering is neces was just emerging : inroads I II L ,of_ the telephone. ,. first cnteret Jf.arlio Fire Arms t..,A evr Haven Coan. r/f ENCFlJ TRY THEM AST) YOU WILL BK CONTIXCED I

sary: but if not, 'nd the soil is dry I room. patered ,, -Ocean II Hoswn iu wore ;i pair 01 yelow linen -

prefer water. Ix. setting out or rather, a run, scudded up I I breeches in the depth of PATENTS Procured at LESS

transplanting any kind of plants, cither board five or six j I( Don't snub a boy because his home is where beet of cost ncrs than anti Inventors'Juicle obtainable eluefen ROPSY in

in the I plain and unpretending. Abraham Lincoln's mailed free. .1A.M I'11.. 0
herself 1..i't'A..i'EIt,
9)riflgr) fall, I prefer to take a posed on the : !, ; to the ciii Attorney', I Pnt-
up M7 Ilionilnnj >. \ ( .
few plants at :a time, have a shallow then sprang in the of them i I early home was a log cabin. "l' KNOW THYSELF ENTREATED FREE.
i ,
i ordish, mix in it good rich pan I dived out of Don't snub a boy because of dulncss P\MTS BUilnpl" College, rhlla,. Pa. Sltnv H.ive 1r.-ute t,Dropsy and IN complication
and : sight. who : Scholarship. I'nf.li'uEI> by the with most n' rihrCil
soi \ in turn'"hNI 8-0. Wnt.SIOOOBeWDld PKAKODV Ef)1- bucee-S; use vegt tabl
his
'I water to the consistency of cream I I to the surface ) cannot ,' lessons. Hogarth, the celebrated t JL ('\1. I>".TITI'Tli No. 4 Knllflnrh? .t. miielici.. entirely harm.ess. Kemuve a-'l
I and Ho.ion, )IR. II.i'AltJEIt, fll.n.I synlpti.iiisot Ur ipi> in s to 21)day Cure *
and into this !I ffiet painter was dull fr-aDY patient
the and engraver, a boy at '
dip beyond
: roots, working toget : reposes : "- (.on'u ting PhMilrlan More iH.in f>n>> 1,111.1."i'? 1 ns much, of the soil to adhere over hand to the his books. .. ,1.1. It trrata upon Nervous.'ihifltv first do"e s iflpt'eIl-* rapidly disippear. and In td
to the tell of Ua>s lit
.r.rr 1'reniature .
ica-.t twotlilnU
tel I 1.chn Exhaust 1 Vitality. IUlI'Alr,1I o' all sjmptoms art i* Smovrii
roots as possible. Take pains not to scrambled to the i and Ion't snub a boy because of the ignor- Mental or Physical Wrakat-ii* that BotaDi. M allow the stem her dive with shriek I his parents. Shakespeare theworld's ?Werr BIUe.f.lt""re. SOCtm. Herb I nnnrm rcnsniucnt th rf'.iI.C..ntalnll : paltf, niix' >ut Ir. iJememler it cot, you nothln*
t n. Met'cIDeCo.
'
or of a
foliage the ton-alUe
plants to I he 15 5f. bil.. Philadelphia. ra Sold b;all Urujgut cuSsunilal rrat.on d hlnlInlt"ult Kilt. Wnrrante-l tnv erlt of our treatment for ynurueiLOaC4)fl4t3itiY --
; get covered with it, as it bake and could be heard all turned poet, was the son of a man who th-be t popular m".llral lrel e publliihed In tha \\ rurlm eases of.lonfr standing-
.. harden wi : was unable to write his h:n-lina lanK'mce.' Trice only "Jl l.y mall imtpalil. easts I lh.it lian-lx-en latp'Ma number of timp: sad
in the hot sun injure the She was as wild, I that !; own name.Don't aid Concealed In a plain 'rapper. Jllvtnitm ti.1.atieiitiun.iuie, to llv, a week. OilS

:.I : plants. Surcad l out the roots carefully uresome &a street : ; I! snub a boy because he chooses FRAZER ALEIm I tmplefree,Sam tttti If p.ij.r.V& you send. now. j.ddrrg-1 a. above. aiiic-ted.rul: liisd.rtr etcsn of ca e<,l name.for free age pamphlet.' wx. how contnlnlaf loaf

,1 and then dock. an humble trade. The author of ; ._ te-nimoiilal-t. Ten *
cover with soil, taking pains to Many of the i Pil G days treatu.ent-furnished tT4
: the soil minton and" grate, grim's Progress was tinker.Don't & T IV THE WORI. Lvmitll. If you or ler trial you must return thl idrertlsinunt
press firmly about the polo : I' \
4 This a to UH wltu
roots The con- | C y Got t.c! U.ru'n.' Sulil Evi-ry ; lucent*In s'orap to pa J
f. is a very important part of the work and regularly at the these red and !' snub a boy because of physical >vhere. ? pusuuf.n. l-piiepsyr} ) po-tltively cure !. -
i habit Cured. Treatment n. t.itii.s: : >() iI! iu. Dv..
.' neglecting to (10 this properly is the most l learned that it \' to him; I" diability. Milton was blind.Don't UrIUM HUHANK Rb.E11 CO.. Lafayette.nentoa trial Lad IJ.S'er rf.llfER 5VItDI5. Ieii ml -old .e- i & 2iS ( .na I !"t.,N. ii',

S .. !frequent cause of failure. If the weather increases the color the snub a boy because he stutters.
W.
'I' # ', is ,'erv J.hot ', prefer to water for adds to their kept on Demosthenes, the great orator of Greece, PISO'S CURE FOR : Washington.. D. C. L. DOUGLAS
;
three or four days afterwards. spirits. Most of overcame a harsh and stammering voice. CURES -- -
t :: t t' If well or Butler I WHERE All ELSE AILST lo *** n dl\). Sampler worth S1.o.
'ilter water is u ed, it should be drawn I dock rats in the seldom -Our Dumb Animal, 1 Best In Couch time.Syrup. Tastes eood. Us* S5 111I. not tinder the hurlfeet.. \sr1'lirpwtr ,*FREE $3 SHOE. CCMTLMCM me '
; : I Sold bvGO .
. : t j up in the morning and be allowed to !.. as Quakeresses on in his NS.. ruKi Safety RAIn| II I ld.-r/'... ""IIV. Mlrl The only 83 SEAMLESS
U
I .. .'f. smt in the sun all day. I prefer to I would doubtless Tea and Cole to Children. MP TJ O Nv Bla.lr's DHIe Grnt Eng ish Gout and Shoe In the world. i

.. i: at evening.If the soil is moist the lawyer: ")Ie tub rllldi Rheumatic Remedy. Finest Calf, perfect lit. and 1 4

' ; and the weather BlaMg'Hatt. ago Against the practice of giving tea and ; FIXi: r.JlPonitr :/(,Hl showery .. .,
1 no water is what coffee to children .'.I I) I' ..I" stles toe. As __
we cannot speak too I : ..( ;; *(- with IV stylish and durable
&-.r.r.ug.sfree. TELEGRAPHY as 4'those
;
necessary. The of I' n-er ( 1.5rnhe..n,1.am i
advantage : ( .
iatc.-ill '
setting is, he strongly. Childhood is the when I Pa 1011 co tlncr " : out the plants in August is period I furnlJlhfd.Vrl'. Valentine. I ', "" ltDnfl ns w. i.. orr.\s
%.' I d Fashion smoking the nervous activity is at its Morphine Habit Cured In 1O .I..YIiI".WIl.. S3.KOSIIOKex.-eli( nfl-i
; plants make
; a better greatest OPIUM 10 2ib da '..
! : stronger growth mouth. Reflex action co-ordination ) .No pat till cured. JJ7riurJlma"-FM the $3 Sho.c adver
;. : before coldcathersets Bonnet pins of Ur.J. ,Lebanon, FREE Ifdy'a !''urw Dpllcrlpllon tised by other
inand are better l'elhenl Ohio T"lIop .
or
1. it.
slippery and the .. firms.B .
4.'uUlu. nn'1
; j able special senses are all under .' ." '
elaborate ----
'.t to stand the winter and that and a = ----& "- tlD tj.O
' on ac- that he
L" of -
1 -. special course training. The
count will produce a running to insects. nervous
the
r. first partial crop a pen- !system is pushed to its utmost DYSPEPSIA, s.t.'I'oty.a
year after Silver capacity. THREE _
out. Fruit is
sotting lie jewelry as SICK
: I corder.k L he In little people nothing but harm can I HEADACHE, ILLS Its- 0
t represents much the before come from the use of such CONSTIPATION. vi all wear the W.I..DOUGLAS S3 51101.
cerebral If
seen in stimu- your dealer does not keep' them nend your n m <*
.. : gold jewelry. Cincin- I lants as tea and coffee. Let A postal to W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton. J'

k Farm and Garden Xotes Silver bangles have and teachers be physicians Ik lire h a d De".III&omaC"h R..mPff9'fora1t Direa.eiothp and Llyer.Bld. One .
; At nis aggressive in its prohibiLct r Ltf r cure r"r .Bl.'wC"I.. A posItive Azent(Merchant only)wanted In every town**
: rackets. Dyspepeta Nick
one
croquet them
lat prultry educate .
i ration a day-in the families with whom Sail' in 5 <. ....03. se.one l two headache... .
the CRAil ..,....
seasonable 10
ORCHARD and J
t. morning -should be soft food- ornaments. ( they come in contact that such practice WATER ; 8UUtN 2.cts.N. JONES No gPnuInei' told ia buJ&

-Aground grain mixed with water or milk. Cardinal hats of L by a i is evil.-Phrenological Journal.flartholdt' ..-- =- Maa..1. 1..I..tl18o 1,

The views of white costumes, and the ,
phy
t; sicians eperts-scentists. A We are selling Juar times 1IIIJIE
etc.-: cardinal sash also a. 'many

-. use of fermented decidedly as against for the tume still further. left of in !lllae the o"Llbert" ..rld"I Enlihlen_ Piii tin-in ch"In against the ean any a w.other'ek. Cigar and have 0n17 M
cows. a In& did
I : Will be Why the Wonenof J. A. TOZIER. Druggist Bmckport..lAidressR.V.T.NsII1. -
,I _off A farmer in Kentucky keeps the worms The most becoming her,'I to come.a reminder On just assure of personal a foundation liberty for has a'ps 5r. / & fO., c.!! '

cabbage by sprinkling with two gal. are trimmed with silk : these' : Pierces "Golden Medical Dhcover '"
ions water butter to the berege placed, and it will stand through the ) been '
trstng JONES
one galon l''clco of
; milk. same color. I I time as a monument to the physical tmimdpa .
tion of thou-uinds
who by its use hat e been this HT3
I re-
fq : lent The droppings of sheep are an excel Clear batiste musln .- le\'e,from bronchitis.consumption coughs, consumptive ni"lit- country use over thirteen million t kes of PAYSthe FR E9j
fertilizer spitting of
for blood $ Ton
j apple trees, their use of roses upon weak lungs and other throat Procter I ,
and lung affec & Gamble's tn l.eer.. Siet Bearille.1
greatly
stimulating the. production of border of roses, are tions. Lenox Soap in 1886 ? Tart le.n 1.4 Bram loxsoo.MZvervillSeal -

.
frt I : dainty warm-weather THER are about 50,000 Swedes .
i Chicago- Buy a cake of *. Pa.fr.FW'a..iI.
/
DuuraCh o Lew t ajtf. -,: will soon understand .* this rvr sad nUn* 'f
'
why. I Jolts IF IIHH TIb ,



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