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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 24, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33901150
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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-' -_ STARKE, BRADFORD CO. FLA. SEPTEMBER. 24.. 188g. I NO 12. -
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-i-it; Jersey contemporary alleges ROM-VEJVET-- : I: ;
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Hut when the wind blows from the south From velvet had died within the year, and the brother, pistol The pistol was pointed full at i I NIGHT.
TEMPERANCE.:
Love
_ June 21 the following three months That ld wing, the dart I who was an old bachelor, and not in I saw that the hammer was up. NEWS SUMMARYEastern -
on dep the human : The dewy mists fall sea and land,.
good health
thril had
hot. blew from the south I heart :, come on to remain un- "Whizz! went a shadow before my dow -
t irfll b very I pt joy, the fiercest woe til the place could be sol out. A Kicka- face, and then I saw behind me. The The Drunkard. The sty is dark save where a twinkliay star

this year._ ._ ._ _. I From That th orl here may ever know I poo buck had taken a great fancy to the I Ii snake was no longer in front, but creepingup What object i this lying stretched on the A nd Middle State Pep through the clouds, and gazing from

-- -- --- lwet wound start. i woman and wanted to marry her, and : in my rear, and yet I saw him a road CHARLES P. MILLER, a prominent New aa

Two peach-basket factories in Smyrna, I unaiin I her indignant iefual had called down plainly as before. He came on slowly Can this be a man In the image of God? York lawyer: ami political rtQrmt'r. and his Tips ripplidg wave that laves the

Pel., made seven hundred thousand this Wen Th tend vt ld-Lve's gtways-prt' i' the aid made that day. Her story filled cautiously-always a little nearr. When A mna highly. gifted; pride, honor anilpower. wife ago died at together their summer of pneumo reilenceew n w mornings Lon- ever

e son, half enough to supply the entire ,I And joy and don aU hs a I' me with indignation, and as the nightcame within three feet of my heels the pistolwas To will and to reason his God-given dow'r? don, COIL With sparks and streaks and shimmering

demands of Delaware and Prom woo commingled flow on I was terribly impatient fori raised'to the back of my head, andI But mark how he's fallen, the victim of lust, PROFESSOR SPLXCF.RF. BAIRP, Secretary threads of light.

Maryland.The velvet lids. Patton to return. About half-past nine : said to mgsel: His pride and his reason alike in the dust of the Smithson-an Institution an 1 United A soft breeze spreads the breath of sleeping

prices average five and a half cents. o'clock I heard the gallop and "So I be shot. It is a large The front of .his waistcoat's all glossy States Fi.h C'omiiissioner, died a few days flowers,
JjT ( whose fires dirt since at Woods 11 jll, Mass., in hi* -ixty-tifth
ld
Ecstatic joy and impart was ready to welcome my partner but ; bullet, and it will go clear through my horrible vermin crawl ever his shirt; year. JMRS. And through the stillness, signaling the
the liabilities keenest smart before they had come in sight the I head. wonder why he didn't bite me"? Ad '
Among of a merchant LIZ men' wico\ rags and in tatters his trousers remain- MALVKTA W. PAYNE and her hour
who recently failed bill of 0 Warned, yet ali men go sprang up in great terror and : I If I was loose I would make a fierce fghtfor Patched over and over again and again.In t.went '- I The sad cry rings through the

was a $2,000due Of Wher thy may feel the kindling glow "Oh, sir they are the Indians who my le."Clugl". tattr the jacket sti clings to his back, lie shol S'enYll.ot.lat teadll'r.eollltk.l ht'r Anna. .) Ether pub whipprwl's.
for painting his advertisement on charms thtt flash and have been I' gray is the which once was jet at their
gleam and dar on my trail! Don't let them It was the sound of a pistol Ad black Toideur" in New York. When The world is wrapped in darkness; shadows

fences. This sum spent in newspaper Fra' ldsI take me away Let me hide in the hammer striking on the centre of a cart- His shoes and with found they had U-en dead in their locked fall
: '' 'I stringless shabby,gaping l days. Their minds had ,
advertising might have prevented his Witt Wallace, in Current. wagon I ridge-a cartridge which had failed to many a rent, L'n aprmeutst! iiiifortune.TROfEShOR Like silhouettes, beneath each giant tree,

,- failure. "In with you quick, and they will I explode. In the same second I was on The sle and the uppers on parting are bent, X.ucuEn, of the University And from the meadows chirp amicall

_ _ _ have to kill me before they lay hands on I my feet. A human figure stood beforeme. And stkinglls:feet are plainly seen of I'ennsvlxjhnia. was l while (rickt
,
where the have trowl.
A physician living near the sea say I TH OUTLA W'B RUSE.I you;" I replied, and she disappeared be- I gave my heavy rifle a hal sweep been.. uppers bathing near Atlantic City, : .. And woo the frogs in sweet security.

neath the cover with astonishing celerity. and the figure sank down a stifled Brimless the hat which he wears on his head, THE Knighto of*Ijil.>or COPI],riiig) District
II O'er the dim
that during the past five years he has I The gallop came nearer and nearer, shriek. Then I was fully awake, and I He's a being to whom all decency's dead. of. New York, hitherto the earth the vail of night i thrown,

I noted the hour and minute, of death in hale knocked about and presently a voice hailed me: bent over the stranger, to rind it was the He'd barer his soul for the moans to get staunchest suppo.ters of Genera! Master And Darkness now claims all things a her.
. a good deal in I Workman anil the otlit r high officials own.
ninety.three patients and has I my tim, f.ro I "The camp thar-hello!I" woman who should have been asleep in ; of the Powdery.
every one doublng Cape ns He is what he seems, a traveling sink. ha\'etlt'l.t.l a delegation Kulbjfeisch, in Boston -
sailor 1or a I "Who is it?" the wagon. She was unconscious, but to theso -alll Transcript
gone out with the tide save four who t gold as a and His features are blotched.wcather-beaten.and. opjiosed ojBicers t participate m the
I fi. !Indians I "Friends." clutched firmly in her right hand was a sa'd General As-mLl. at )lilhl'aIKls next
as a scout and Jet the
'e. lied suddenly by accident. closest scape I ever had from, death was "Come in." bull-dog pistol I wrenched it away and For best of his life he ha fought and Octolwr.to have Many 1thlr] A> '. nlbl are reported run AXD POINT.Bakers
hard
I_. with mjeyes wide With that half-breed and a Kicka carried htr embers of the fire, and dank .
open and through my And old man; though he barely A NEW political Ixirty is to !*> st3rtedrhil-
own st poo came riding into on horses when I had secured a blaze I saw that I sm -
The annual idity. Early in the seventies camp passed adelphia 1 its
expenditures I the
birthplace
by Europe .
was dom which had neither saddle had struck her on the head and given The b'ins t"I.t. a can be forgiven for being some-
in the Indian nor blanket. spring-time of life, he is di ifting fast main ( tt check imdeM ruble immigration. -
upon military and naval purposes, according horns for shipment East.Territory 1 had buying I Both men looked savage and sullen, and I I her a bad hurt. I examined the pistol, A-dow life's stream, a wretched \or mi-out : I b.U.wil bo known us the American what crusty.A .

to a recent English publication, partner; ind we traveled with : were well armed. The -breed could and when I found that the cartridge had man. party. says: "nt'hinl the clouds the
Yet 110e
our own he will and strive and plan
amount to nearly $$38,675,000,000, while team. in J covered wagon. That territory speak very good English, and when he I been tried by the hammer, it did not Strong drink struggle to obtain,to lighten his care TIlE.\u ADMIRAL1'II'tMAST. CRAviNOf tho sun i.shining. There is just where we

the total of the national debts of Europe isn t anjtoo peaceful now. but in '72-3 had come to :halt and looked around, take me long to unravel the plot against And to brighten the darkness of his despair. Unite Charleston I States X A'y. ,retired at died Mass.nt the want it to shine.-Riltlmore American.
he said I life. I bound the woman hand and Yet 'twas thus with him I :IYard Ik.ton. a
my not always ween
you not I : ; A note of but line two
'nly wanted few f l or
rifle days i> .'art SO
reaches a with ago n
the trusty
disl'IS.
I astounding amount of $24- you, but-ou wanted the knack I "We are after the woman who came I i foot, and then kept vigilant watch untildaJbreak. His soul onC knew a sunny spot of green aged yealSont From an old ant trusted friend

?.313,057,658.; On this latter sum nearly i of dropping i into your camp a couple of hours I She recovered consciousness Ere hopes and aspirations blght( l. Who said he'd meet it at the bank,
man first. ago. And fond love and and
J01 Traveling from passion
deep 'Vest But stuck me in the citti.I'hiludelpliia.
before this but the aid
11,000,000,000 is paid for interest. ranch to ranch as we did with I see her horse over there. long enough only Threw him from his pedestal of self-resix-ct,
-
everybody I "By what authority do demand I extended was to loosen her hands and despairing, ruined and wrecked. OLIVER ATKixs' agetl.l, dehl.eraMy kie Caf.Poots
f I horses knwmg we had money to buy hc'r you place a dish of water beside her. She Derat was a handsome, dark-haired Willie Hawkins, n,e.l : at Memphis ., says he has no use for the bathing -

1 The identical table wfli, our situation was one requiring -! did not address and I had word boy, shooting him through the hcai t w ith are beach, siace he only has to climb a
upon which Generals "None of your business. We have me, no I olver. ;
castant vigilance. There never for A proud father's pride, a fond mother's joy steeple to make his head swim.Sifting -
Irant and Lee signed that famous and was a nigh that both of us slept at once, I come" for her, and we mC:1 to have her. And he grew up t manhood, manly and JERRY %V ii IT}: (itfon-d: ), inipi-ison.nl at Valentine *.
and I her. When day broke there another brave Neb.. for brutally an aged
ftorical at neverj day that was surPrise assaulting
paper Appomatox Court. watch for we were not on the "Do you mean that you will take her for me. A Kickapoo Indian lay And no one de'd he would e'er become white ]lady, was taten from jail by a hotly of I The man who swore to make his mark

"Me, which virtually ended the civil I Dine plan to get the better of by force?" dead under the shot the slave 1:kt.lmen and, Ihngiil to a telegraph pole. I I in the world has since thought better of
In .
has us. om trip of three months we had wagon, thiough ; To the terrible demon the enslaver of men, EX-STATE of ji.banid it and concluded learn write his
,r turned in I TIEASlttR'rxnT. to to
Chicago "I do and let of heart. I f
up havingn mo give ; to but
five differed watch dogs poisoned, and ; you piece I was a great mystery me, Who'd the whole world in his slimy : has len seutenc-tl to tn y.'ars' imprisonment I York Sties.
sold to Mr. Gunther, of Chicago, finally trying to keep You : advice. I see you are a tenderfoot. the woman was ready to clear it up. I eng for cmi hczLeunient.: name.-.YIIt

r $1OCO, an autograph letter from might imagne gaviup it would have been one. worthwhile Don't put on too many airs in this county. untied her, washing the blood off her But he a tempted! he fell, a thousands A FiREhasdt-tioyed tIre 11ill''llar of Every) picnicker hates
With hatred inten
for Its great place to have one's wingsi face aIl head, and then she gave the will fall, Degraaf Ohio, a ttwmi of ( a ,
neral Grant atme of the predatory bands 1:1' inhabitnts. The man who
as its identity And the demon with glee will fetter them put up
t going roaming thecountry to make an attack i clipped in a hurry. Don't attempt any whole plot away. Patton had been madea Slowly he sank, lower anti lower each day,al. TiE I U'public an.:State Commit of Virginia That barbed wire fence.Washington.
.h it. The widow of :Major-General open I foolishness with us or never know prisoner by a of outlaws in order has issued bug to people Critic.A .
on us, but the fellows reasoned dif you'l gang In the pride of his :youth to the demon a a ad.lrls thp -
1 of the Union what hurt that I be robbed. These of that State, signed by ex-Hei.ator William
i
; was the you. might men ,
Army, original ferently. A couple of armed with prey rural correspondent ask "How can
men Mahone
Wner. I' Winchester :'I' I had my Winchester in hand and two I knew of the tin box in the wagon. The Constantly drinking, a drunkard last. as lhairil.TiE '*
'I and revolvers, and determined I The respect of the world's but dream of Aurora, th.* largest wooden A sI on : I remove vermin from my hens? Makeuse
_ revojvrs) in my belt. Had I been a hot- woman had been sent into camp with the a
I. to defend their own at any cost, I! the past; tho Great Lakes, has just been launched at their combs. Your hens don't seem tohave

'ffhc influence of the Wild West show are antagonists not to be despised. Your tempered man, there would have been story she told, knowing that the would Strong drink to obtain he'd play ev'ry craftHe'd ; Cleveland. Her li-ngth is :310 fiet.Washington. been brought up right.-Linyftant-
some before he had concluded into the The .
shooting two
Western ouuW get men came barter his soul for the soul-scathing .
with waon.
Jthe New York small boy, i now appears tions is very few excep I his bombastic speech. I am slow to anger, to distract my and the Kick- draught ton RIIUimn.
just careful about getting a The of soul manhood's .. A New York oculist that only one
I draught poison- nightshade says
human life the
to receive
the box. The
was by no means without its value. bullet into especalyhln may pay poo crept up .
hubody as any one else. 1 A COMIXU report will Shi'Wtliat man in six hundred knows how to take
i Texas steer broke loose on the east One day in July, while we were on the him through without Indian woman coultn't find it, and I mistook the To blight and to wither, to curse and degrade there are .-,;j,IKrtotk';: iistoH'ui' of al grades in care of his eyes. It is evident that more
The hidden
roiled. and
of the north fork of the Canadian ; being woman was a kiUedhim. Then ; the United 11.1 that werei:>,- :
tt's
River and
le metropolis recently and got about away in the wagon, had not revealed the woman concluded that I had the To shrivel the talents and genius drag down,,, 071* all I'aile pointed during people should take boxing lessons.. -Ztetriit .-
ane
miles ptmn.tr
) the rampage in First wvenue. The of twenty the below Shawneetown, I her presence to by word or move. money on me, and while I napped she And bring to one level the peer and th Free Pns
one hones
I iitizcns in that crowded region Scattered in our team was bitten ,I "If the woman chooses to go with you, I crept up t shoot me and secure it. She clown.Joseph WILLIAM :1 NIXON: has been appointed by The ills which in this world are rife
by a ratesnake I was driving, and I Maize, in Labor Tiibune. the 1'resi I States for tho Are to no class confined
and I answered I looked told the particulars I relate hrhal
good coolly as
fright and left before a ,
the wll a
fourleggedterror saw it lifted from the 'I Eastern District ot. Tennessee. The organ grinder says his life
a isel fellow over by the light of the them to and when she had **
and. the grass and bit the horse tw the :, camp you. fnishc A Cruel Thin jr. total of I just 'one horrid grind.
pi.tolctice of the on leg. TiE nnrl- r immigrants arrived
( tire. "If she does not you cannot take she asked what I was going to Boston Courier.
It was a hot day the horses It is cruel send at tho ports of tli'> United States from the
t police lather added to the than well heatedup I a thing to a boy out int I
Patton had
panic her. that time returned
and the poison took effect it by the world untaught that alcohol in any form I principal foreign &Hmtr'il' except from Can- Burglars are an inconsistent. clas..

diminished it. In this crisis, a youthful We had no for it very soon. 1 I "Oh, we can't, eh? You crow pretty I having raised such a row that his captors is fire and will certainly burn him if he put I ada ali Mexico, duril' July was ;J',OS), 'hen-they are on the outside. of a honi

discipl.- of Buffalo Bill came to the pelled to stand remedy ,but were com loud for spring chicken. Well, ask feared to detain him longer, and he it into his stomach. It is a cruel thing tc, against:a,:> 'the same time ]la it year. I, they want to break in. When they get
by and see the animal : answered the educate a boy in such a that he has nc, TOTAL value of of
question by picking a way | mfrdlandis into nice the State
the woman to make a up eIN'rt a stone building -
suffer provides
and
rescue. With die. dliee.
an unerring aim, the rc- It wasn't quite an hour 'II and for the aeut idea of the dangers that beset hL; from tho Umte-l tatflurin tht twelve
from starting nearest tree. : for them want to break out&t01
Milt of much after he was struck before he was dead. The wagon was about ten paces : rope pth. I is a mean tiling to send a boy oul; months end l 1 J,1l3-I::! & ;$71>,!,7(>vf'iOO, thy
practice baby This broke the down and she
carriages In buying horses we delivery I the fire, and in the shadow. although not woman t te place in society without understanding .. against ? ;4lSZ43, : during the previous Courier.

bicyclists and other live bait of divers at certain stipulated fo so much so that I could not see it pretty I begged and pleaded so abjectly that we relation of Temperance to his owr l twelve months. She-"Here comes Masher; why is lie
and thus had
kinds, threw pints. no 1 I had made toward it her free to go where she would, safety and prosperity and that of society. THE DeiMirtment has decided "' he
h. Jn a lasso over the horns of pare ones with make plainly.: a step let Treasury so cool to you now He-"Because
team The National wealth into the .
u our drove To have taken her to goes groundI that animals imjiorteti free of for breeding
we on. -
1' under the duty
black
iast 1.- 1 whole one of us must take the other horse when I saw a object I we could only manage to bury it without need uot be rdbook i tried to cut me out with the girl Ive

nnd br ;, io a and rTfr7rr -"' \hec, and, supposing it to be a wolf, I Ockmulgec, Kickapoo, or any other townas having it pass thitherward in the form of t I purposes, necessarily since married." She-"But why are youso

snnu'1 fjp ; JJiad and took snap shot a prisoner would have been to cause us poisonous liquid through the inflamed botlift stk with him?'' He "Because he
rised my gun -
been ovj/be before and I knew a t PRIVATE SHEPIFERD of the 29th Pennsylvania savage
route and and it of and should I
great delay annoyance, was our neighbors happy
I to send bullet near enough friend
a
i caring only Volunteers, (is to over |10MX) back didn't
From recently compiled statistics it that th r--.arcst ranch was twelve miles I some consolation to know that the blow I we be. But this curv get succeed.Lit.Ho
I to drive it away. The object disappeared tension for wound, on Washington's Birth-

appear that there are 64,349 prisoners in up the liver. It was now 4 o'clock in i with the echoes of the report, and as I gave her caused a wound from which she dominate we can instruct the world.the The more concerning thoroughly lay, ls 4, from 1 al. accidental dharg a Gold Shipped to Europe.
I young
the penitentiaries of the United States.Of the afternoon, and we were within half a j walked along to the wagon the two men, would not recover for many days. She dominating evil, the better it will be thi: comrade's musket. s wnt recalls I the millions
mile of the and in wild and : u one upon
stream
a was penitent enough we drove them and for the world. J. G. Holland. PROFESSOR L\XGLEY, who was' brougijt
this males and : who had not dismounted, accompanied a away -
number in that
58,454 are millions of dollars gold annually
lonely district of the country. We had within live feet of the : but six weeks later was killed with her on from Alleght-aey City, fe a : : ,
5,825 are females. New York has the with us in a tin box in the wagon over me. Standing husband while stealing stock from the Lager Beer. mont.hs nf n tn art' & !t ,.\ek Europe provide for the necessi-iI
vehicle I called to the woman and asked wfll (, ill I
l i ; oOvir trade the of
largest number of prisoners, its total being $4,000 in gold, and the misfortune to if she desired to go with the men, and Creek Indians.-Neio York Suu. The murderer of Dr.Dug
9,072. The State producing the our horse naturally increased our anxieties. she p Who was shot down in cold blo"took four tion. ,: .' !ii\Oi_ .!
replied: j Bank
i .; interesting one. The
.
My partner insisted that I shouldbe glasses of lager beer" the deed, .
largest amount of convict mlle: goods isNew the one to remain withthe wagonandhe :' "Oh! Mr, save me from" them, even i The Cause of CrconlS I and he said afterwards he "did not know t thirty-seven THE Presiden'di: GP'.the. 1 ]lave unifVriv"tes a New \ork corrc-

York, there being $6,237:320: Dakota had no sooner moved away than I began you J have nn to shoot me. The conditions which lead to the what he was doing." Thomas lIcDerott. his trip t the em,?nt of" *'!' the Globe-Democrat, is the
"But to come! shoutedthe of New York, a few days later, "got abroad.
of
you've got st"
drnk single shipper : gold
coming at the bottom of the list to make things secure. The very half breed. formation of a cyclone are as follows: on beer'1 and went home and shot his wife .. ]me S I Ptm i' I'*j made

with of $11,577. Boots and first move was to take the tin box from In those heated portions of land and sea with a "22-calibre defender." Two occurrences 't rn '"Ii SI pmenta are in stout kegs, very

ILES a product the wagon and bury it in the ground under I "She shal not go:" I shouted at him. where the circumstances permit the air in one week are only samples of tha A SPECIAL 1 -:.. e-the' ordinary beer keg. Every one
procl
shoes lead, the product being $10,100- the vehicle, and after that I saw that "I give you two villains sixty seconds in to remain for a long time undisturbed, elet of lager beer, which some ministers Lieutenant and } tl'efec 4 4 ns $50,000 in coin or bar gold.

271,1. The total product of all the penal every firearm was in good order, and beatarouul(1 which to"leave camp. Now got! it becomes very warm and charged with "innocent many beverage politicians," for are which holding up as an "proclalins'kthe, u.lot1, ; : ictimsaracts ; ii'i *er i the favorite for these has ship-

institutions of the country for the year the camp to drive away any rep- : They were both together, my rife moisture; the hotter it becomes the more a a day would twentys'enand be "high which is to re've r the government psre -
c'
ha cent of bar
to
[ tiles lurking about. : covered both. They looked straight moisture it contains, and the less it license" But lager liter v1l f "I the doctor e sub-treasury exchange c
188G $18,75J,999: which is 54-100 of I permits "dan t
Wl' and .
seconds : l,0 ship-
gold, as ftOOO
There was no use in expecting Patton, i me for fifteen or twenty the heat radicating from the surfaceto is brutalizing, intoxicating and devili.sh. r (
Il E one per cent of the Value of the total then turned and rode away in the dark- Laws that would discriminate in it favor arc THREE prme'\bee'Thrt..Etraitorousconspir.CJ' + *.' \a to&ie} to a loss by aRrasion of
back before 8 o'clock texture at the
my partner, or through ; same Af : .
I pass it false and It is the that havp from
$12M
products the indtastricsof the country. I followed them for a hundred unrighteu decoy : from eight to twenty ounces,
ness. 'i'" i'c
LIU. t later. He would doubtless find a suitable I time the upper deprived of its usual leads to destruction, and all true temperance ;. ,
and the bars lose about
320
to only
|
[) horse at the first ranch, but the ranch yards, when they urged their horses to a share of radiant heat, becomes abnormally men place it among all other dangErous, THE marriage of. the Empcro 'of C ; that When

L.)Fl'. As a basis of work for those who love man might be away, or there were a I gallop, and role to the and north looked without after cold; finally, as in the dust-whirls hurtful and poisonous alcoholic bvera e.- !In postpne f OP"two. years, ..- te coin three-fourths is sent double of eagles amount.are preferred.
ha k. I stood National Advocate.
dozen other reasons to call for delay. We looking and tornadoes, the lower air breaks "
1IA. ; to revel in amazing figure, we may state carried with us, and at about I them until I could no longer hear the through the and rushes toward DURING a regatttx on the .Thame bloW They are put in stout canvas bags, each
' provisions
upper
that statistics show that 5:1,000: wells beat of their horses' hoofs, and I felt Preparing;for he FuneraL London Bridge, atout thirty-five hag containing 12; double eagles; or

-rely IBblr.BoiC. I 6 o'clock I built a fire and prepared my j jlupper rather of nerve in driving I the sky. Although at its beginning a Rev. Ram Jones, who doin? some clambered! upon i hay-laden bn;'. The' *:;,OOOanl, ten bags fill each keg. About -,
have been drilled in Pennsylvania and my of ha ben
and about is
was to begin ( i proul cyclone storm probably no greater I ropes holding the tarpaulin gave way, t :
: 'uting( until effective work for prohibition in Tennessee the only precaution taken against tam- i
cgulat4 of when I caught sight of a horse and thC!away. It tilnot occur to me size and of much less ascending force very and all of the were
the
New York since discovery petroleum j next day that or both of them in a late address delivered to an im thrown exc'tlt one river and r.ctt.rs were pcring with the kegs i is a treatment of the*, -
in- approaching camp from the northwest. I than a tornado, there are several reasons audience in Nashville, : !vent"'n
These sid
ar at cost of 200000000. men I ends known as "red-
technically
hey lo : I rould have: got the drop on me up to the in drowned.A keg ,
The ground was open for three or which make its history different from "I was making a prohibition spt''h once I
II tonic wells have produced :310,000,000 barrel four miles, and as I had: a glass withme I' time I raised my rifle, and that while that of the smaller whirls. In the first one of our Georgia towns out on the stn''t, HEAVY rain s'orm caused inundation taping. Four holes are bored at equal!
.! threats of what they when all at once a mule l standing near bycommenced of many in the -ity of Mexi,-o. Ii intervals in the rim of the
,-oml ; of oil, which was Fold at the wells for : I made out, while the horse was they were making place, the field of heated air which causes stn'ti projecting:
York I would do they left their rifles lying kicking a wagon all to pieces, all TiE Cabinet of (','ru has resigned. ,. taves above the i tape is nU
J',.ldan, ;0,000,000.()( This represented a profit yet a mile and a half away, that he borea I i the cyclone is far more extensive than such kicking had scarcely ever been S''n. Asaloonkeeper WILLIAM OLHS United C,-asul at through crossing on the kcg.s11'al '
i his back. Had she been across their ,:lldle, They simply permitted that which the tornado who 'I would Htrt tlu'sl
to the producer of $300,000,000.: The womau on a i : produces thoughat was present sill : Ontario, is had been / the ends at the centre
if I me to force them out of camp at like to that mule kick Sam out of Botknle. meeting
tllM the sight would not have oc- the same time the difference of tem- see Jone an editor at Richmond, I
Va
rfjardII"tanl amount of oil exported is placed at squaw but the first lookproved I' the muzzle of my Winchester, and that r between the and lower air this town.' (Laughter.) 'Well, I said to the many years where they are sealed to the head by the
casioned
surprise fevre and Le Fleur ,
upper I
Two
> .
pature I men Messip. with the
When I audience, 'I have been saloon-kicked, but hardest of wax and stamped t
'ts orh" 15,231,102,923: : gallons. In the pool in that she was white and that her ; was a part of their plan. returned may be less. The greater bulk of the have never been mule-kicked ; but I will let accompanied by tlree ladit and four children name.The c of insurance
besideit consignorS
IllCeTED. Washington county alone $3,200,000 has horse was jaded and coming slowly. AsI ; to the fire the woman was lower stratum of hot and moist air Permits all the mules in Georgia kick at me before I were crossiif; the river near Jlouhprvi average Then
her t her face betraying fear and success, the to but the will let another saloon take a whack at me.' Canada. when their boat up't. The i is about $1,300) per $1,000,000.
turn
-: and drill held the glass on her I saw cyclone grow larger,
in I I
been expended machinery cbil for
of -
but the there is $2 a keg packing
and look back, as one pursued and long I II and as soon as I came up she casplt her less ascensional force of the lower air (Laughter.) I think Josh Billings was abut swam n'hore. WOnO an expense
include the he dren were drowne and aboard ship, or $200 for
ing. This does not many before she reached I had become hands and tearful'y ('' : makes it rather less violent in its move right when he said that if was cartage
Y millions that there in the I I mo I II "Oh will not let them take me I ,I preach the funeral of a mule he wouid stand -" the same sum; and the inevitable loss by
represented ,
ire
you
She rode
interested in her I ments.
greatly case. his head while Laughter.
I at funeralzing. ( ) of detail "Ben whatever it to be.
natural gas industry. iRdependent of ;'straight for the wagon, and when she I away-YoU will not !r' I As soon as the ascending current But if I wanted to preach of the AS nEG.mI accuracy abrasion, may prove
-
Wall street linns shipping
much I assured her that they had been of the heated air from i hundreds of bar-rooms in this city, I would JTur" stands in the front rank of his- There arc great ,
her horse a portion
: was brings
the business there is about $0 000,000 finally came up very !
) an-
,'ationf oil i I blown, and the woman's face seemed to I driven off, and that she was safe, and her the surface into the higher level it expands i I stand at the head of the columns of prohibition torical novels. A curious slip, however, from $2.-,000,000 to $$40,000,000 insured
thesehave
ft tableve' invested natural plants in Penn voters of the State and pray and work, nuilly. Some of
. .'1atrnL 11 gas i I betray both hope and fear by turns. t gratitude was unbounded. It was now I and the force originally in the and on the tf.tth day of september next we occurs at tho beginning of Look 3, them'elves, and assert that the saving

j'r. ",'h'aniThe: e arc majestic figures, ,, She was an average-looking female, about !' 1 o'clock and after, and Patton had not t form of heat, which kept it in the state woul have the saloons ready funeraliz- ;. where the authoi speaks of the traveler i f lias snllicient to replace! the loss. of

k'' and serve to show the magnitude of the forty years' old and as she drew rein b<>- yet returned. I was useless to expect I of vapor serves to increase the ascending have promised to preach their funeral, 1)1(000.) These are large figures. But
able to tho <>0,
ire fJL 1,0
1"11 oil and business.It f i lide me we surveyed each other for half j I him until moring and I set about preparing -| column just a much as would the direct and preach it for nothing and board myself. in the yoar being fO become of large figur "-
this has a country
, gas And I've text for that
the As there (Laughter.) got a occasion cone" of Y esuvin was
iireeu. !'a minute before cither spoke. During the night. i! application of heat sufficient vaporize picked onto and it's a whopper, too "smoking I and affairs.

ldlnlan4 that interval I caught an expression on I was a strong probability that the two the water. Thus we have two sources of (laughter), and I think I can move things up not till T'J A. I). that Ve&tivius again

(flVI may be of interest to see what armies I her face which I did not at al like. I men driven off would secure reinforcements force to impel the air in the cyclone up- on great text." became active. ISince that period Vesuvius ; ('gil I fern la'toId Prod tict.

long are lin-tined, and at what cost,. by was a sly. sinister look. it passed I II and return during the night, I tied !i ward. Both these forces appear in the great changes.It California has made such rapid stl
has andrgone
,/lnln I llr the leading countries of Europe, a in swiftly away, and was replaclcby one of the horse to the wagon, told the woman j I tornado, but there the original heat of Temperance Sews ami Notes. in

!,1..4. : anxiety. I was the to speak, saying that she could occupy the ,'ehidl and the !lower air is the principal cause of the Chicago is reported to have eighteen solid is probably|higuer now thami everbefore. for the last few years agriculture,
follow -
10 pal comparison'with our own. The ( frt I I '1 culture, and kindred pursuits, that gol .- ,
: prepared to spend the night on guard. motion. miles of slon Indeed.; from 1845 to 18G3 it ?
" table the number of soldiersactually formulates bit mining has been, to a great extent, lot .
ing gives this latter The Inter-Ocean a
; ? She seemed to arrangement Chicago '
v.
are in trouhle1"I oppose have increased height over
| ,
you I is said to has become quite .
"Wel idea
i of and the
"A
truth when it great sight .
:
of many
in service and the number that trouble sir she ''I doubting if the men would return, frigid says
Men.
S i great rep\ed. SII\'ioS Dead come from crooking the elbow too three hundred tept.THE prevalent that this had ceased to be a -
called time of A comparison have been with I I and declaring it was sacrifice on my mnsroke t .
can be out in war. living my I : and __ State except in a few lo- _
,
been $10 ofto gold-producing J
as
could not I "I've paid as high ,
of She soldiers with the population i small ranch about fifteen miles di.tant part: she accept. llldllt dead The aggregate losses by fire for the monthof entities anti in limited quantities It was, .-
for declared
I I less than $;5 shaving
however never Gibraltar
N Two hours ago adozendrunken Kickapoo her into the wagon. promising I June amount $ The a\oid- lor tress 0; i that the entire .'
would\ show that in the event of war Indians visited the wounded t that I might catch a nap after 1 or : men," said a Chicago barber to an Inter- able drink waste for lIJlU.period ag r-- The of course, well-known S
place my sme be
to no longcj- impreg3ble. California had been enormou" -
almost be :i ;all and by and by I : (ken reporter. "That is the regular gates something over $73,00(1,0( n>. *ld product of ,
every man in the country can brother, and set fire to the house, and o'clock if was quiet, tho famous -
of something over
4J called into service I i would have killed me had I not fled on I I let the fire go down and took my circle price' and I won't take less. Rev. Sam Jones told the Tennesseans recently armament sbofghold the figures being that

: I for i around the camp with cat-like step. A "A funny thing happened once when I : "You c't point out a single townin consists .almost entirely of old-time $740,000,000( but there wa a belief .
R "'ar War Annua'Cmintrir this horse. They pursued me se\rl has decreased in California was "played :.
One where in
Pa.
Georgia property
working in is not shell gold mining
wolves about but was Pittsburg There .
and ,
few came *
a ri I.oin. rot'- i, miles, and I-I- j coyotes died Oakland value or have increased because of pro smooth-bore gun f .M

Autri.SO'; 1.078.JW4 f 49,116,248 i I Here she broke down and began to cry nothing seemed to disturb me, and the night a rich iron colored man barber on went to fix hibition. te or a machine gun, or a quick.frig outHut recent statistics show that '
and some
France ......26i I, 35lf" 121,01rmy.4440 /. and sob. What could I do but ask her I hours passed away until 2 o'clock. By avenue, When a he had shaved one side For the first time in the history of Iowa thepenitentiary gin of kind the Rock all only those who mourned the decadence of the -
him arm any >
tired and I
> 1,402,104 84,067,140 ', to dismount her promise of I that time I was very sleepy. up. at Madison is without a sufficient
and
gave my of the face it was necessary to turn thecorpse number of enable the boat: of questionablfrvalue gold mining interests of California, -
dared not stretch out for a regular leep, convicts to authorities two torpedo *
GJat Bntain..l lfl71, ; ,.! !1ml,43) protection. and say that when my partner the not over. I suppose there was some to fill made upon the IJiGf ironclad could sighed for the good old times of MO or ,
was
that danger yet cntrt Any
would the knowing water
to for
British ( : 87,201,270 | returned we drive straight serke. based their calculations on
when he the usual thereabouts
udia.lI,4.6 but ;
O ,
., knoll about air in the lungs anyway, supply.
.. iWy: ....;.... .7:);( ) l,9R5,51fl 41.09S.611 I ranch and sacrifice our lives, if need be, passed but I sat down on : him over, the corpse gave an Rev. T. L. Cuyler says: There is just one knock the whole face of tho rock to erroneous or insufficient data Californi.i .
of the to a I
tuned .
[.JJ Russia,..:.... 0OS1, 2,:JOK) 125,508,474 to rescue her brother and teach the forty feet north that wagon noise of accountWOUll nap awful groan. The barber dropped the lime to stop drinking intoxicants, and that 11 pieces without Deceiving a shot in return still leads all the States in the yield

Indians a l lesson? She did not come little knowing any to stop before you begin. This is the homE concerned credited last with .
Spain. .. 24,521,415 that the of being year
brought iiold
let the.fortress ,
I. -/ 152,8115 40,0 considerable palaver, instantly arouse me. It was 11crhi1)S razor and out a yell r side of the temperance question-the side to so far i
Turkey.'"_...1 quarter actual
b
Little Belgium, with a population of : seeming to into be trouble very sensitive and when she getting did fell asleep and almost instantly I beganto Before anybody got there the barber was The new constitution of the Knights of WHILE EnglaJ 1 is a bitter en 'my of Colorado, $4,423,000( for Montana, and -

.ntop me the"house and down the avenue has clause forbidding the of variou-* lesser amounts for other States
dreamed that I was tied out of a Labor a use well
: less dream. I she
than <.,000,000 people maintains an take seat the blankets prepared for bimetallism at home. i '
a on total
at The production'ofgold
the and that if the 'old boy' was after him, and at intoxicating liquors "any metins. party, and territories.
army of 47,000; men;Norway and Sweden, her, she continued to cry and lament fast to a tree on crawling plains,toward me.I i every jump he let out a screech. Whenone sociable, ball, picnic or enough satisfied wal the silver standard in the United States last year was

with 6,300,000 soldiers in and would not touch a mouthful of food. rattlesnake was of the went into the room he appertaining to the order. in The silver coinage last 1.sio,000(; of which California fu,-
Am"b keep 60,000 hat I The snake was comin to bite me, and ]I men India
time I of Burke County,
the The
1
dark grand jury
It had by Grgia than half.Mr :
f.I the field, 'and Denmark, with 2.000,000 grown and it was now time I was helpless. Every movement of the. saw the lazor and nearly half of the left recently made a most favorable thE year amounted ti $T,2,000WiO for In- ruMied considerably more -
eaten .
Las wonder with my supper reptile was vivid as if the dream h11 L ear of the corpse lying on the floor. The good effects of prohibition and referral ')r the United Ktates, FranrivoUtroiicle.Complaisance
people, 30,000. It is no look for Patton. I sought, as any strike it the order and ia$:;0UOO,000
to to improved sobriety
! t had especially
mind cleai just happened
and was as razor
i i
reality amiable
been
a renders superior
under the cinnim- my Mexico. England a
so many men withdrawn from among the man would have done barber it and ran. manifested by the colored people. and $27.000,000 :or .
the dropped
when
I stances to cheer the woman up and by I as a bell The serpent came very slowly of the two at home but the and equal agreeable, and an inferior : l
p I-odncers and placed among the class three feet to ; A doctor was sent for, who sewed the Judge Hilton proprietor largest does not oin silver '
two distinction
or smooths
and she over crying and seemeda halting every reart. hotels in Saratoga, says: "There was a time acceptable. It ,
that has to be maintained by the labor of bit by more gave She explained that I I I head: and look about, and when wa:I ear on, and they he sent for me, I when the hotel truest who didn't have 1 bottle Indian silver coinage' is issued by her I sweetens conversation, and makes everyone '

01t other tlqt! thb countries do not progress she had hopeful the Territory from within ten feet its form changed. It wa,i finished shaving the man, and left the of wine before him was scarcely)t L found. authority, and is the basis of her enormous -|( in the company. pleased with.him-
rmo\'ed bill in
'
1 had browi house with & crisp $10 my Now a man who orders wine
but it I
. c at all, are loaded down 'with debts and Clarks'iE.rk.., three years before yet a serpent. a smal feels himself conspicuous." diIPPf last Js/i"a <5onimerce. I telf.t -
and the hind a bulldog pocket.
hand
The son : .
with son.
one
.J''; the people in abject poverty. being a : .

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1 Editor and Proprietor : C.-1R'und! Hiliciinde on I he put I of) I 1 i..t.1 an.. '. ...-.. .. .. I I V.. -v 'I'm. :i"I..imtr't is ht-- >''.t..iI.l i.m: !> !I t'-"i.,!'ui.sii., !j.n.. i<-'.' f- --'" m.f' AnV. tIIi4.J oltuuty ( OIiirrf, _

-- -- -- -- his iciat ives.nO.1. of i iutciist I to a vxii'c j -. il{' f. t-rv ),'-; t-t''i; : 'tti-l] .-l ..t ib- lV M .f <-f! t..Ih'e I i- Ifl.it'1. 1. if. I*. York; < >rk of the Circiit
in idvnr" ': .\t' uixt'i .*:n :.ifli'' > l's. 'i-'l ttrr; ". i, .No. Jl.i -) I 0: "I, jr anti <,riaiiord
"it'< if paid : j i; > .
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sI1)Mri1Kr wi! i.otiiml I vvliPii hint sji.it! In- < t ':- i.tc 4Ittiil dij., .
IIi'
I IInrliot I: r at C:4.: ),o'clock this i ii ,iit I ii t :im I ti:. Sti! I _ut n: 'i:): ;:? 4):) fi.Ji.ixxs: | tcoinnsjioxfRs eytinty iii.o Kle.-. Il. _
utiirijitVi I4 4lIt 'iy I larj'o cross af'i>r j S6yeii t>NTt-i: . t. ti.- tivir-: ili-triptiou ml ItIItiltii.r
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hi mid if hot 4)1 t1roI otlu-rwi oftw.eui'I : s rif br th* Eitxtri
name, rrmrailr V.: tvli i.>ri tii'sli" t Not f.i1 j-nrts Of
Pinf. Webb Irul hi in 1 ciilli for .- 'itiuii t U l'Ili- : '": t- -
.. the will ho pj-oiiij'tly stopo 1 en ;p-w VEGETABLE. -- e1t': a !: !4vri! t'r ; .. !I' ""spoilers" said ,.om.v

paper' a number of years. :tnd, !'"..I ('.uiii!; I the I ;1 ) : .l&-rs t i ': l 11 .! ,; at !ti." N"rti) Fat ..iu-: -T Sic- ; ">:i 'It. ..: .?ay Jset.'pniLer A. D ivr
: the su seriIt ion x i II acts with extraordinary efficacy on the tj..n 2in ii'v. t.si.p: i -t I.i-: : i P'm..: MI. ,u ; veil under my lian'i an':
latter; I put of his life spent I S M-II: \\iiilt-rs'' 111. I.Ctti st illl'l"' I'"' fr"lill! I'l-II'I.I. ,.. >' ""'fc'I se-il *offlre at [
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.! in Florid: in hopes) of ieci5\ing! bein-tit: |KIDNEYS : :-: iI'j t'- --. day oi s-ept. 1i4S.
will ,
{Short article-* of pul-lic interest rrcU. tt il' I i..ii: "I |iii.fli h41I i Hh si'I I
1 nit hmouht I the relief HUM obtainedis not'pcmanent. J ;i.itt r. li 1 t n.-f i.p i-.ILII! I-;.i.ta J-V Jtltt-' -'inl imp. tluj j II. F. YORK,
be received x\Hh ; Ie.urAtd: puhiiHhcd, -* AND BOWELS. N.-xx i.\' r t.Il I .- K.-: t,. iii.ttr- lint. .i :;f.-tinn | -- Clerk.

but in writing wrii-p ;plainly and make Tis final iin-! -< l.td ei oilinued I FOR -q .. -.. I '- P -(\c'd ; i ._; in 'In-.ii.-.lup l mi "I Ln'tiiiItt.. tl.'m-f N.tti, i

People for two ) ('.LIM and! took the n.itnic o! AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC r ; j jS ..I..M.; ii-.- s. fii..n \hi-: t<> tl!:i-1; "i..l < iiinii. -* : .: '
1% your story us short sis possible. Complaints n. t.-.- .:'tii l.i'i.ti.1-ii.x( .'fliirt.-t f"i t.l'l j jr

I. ,. . a coinptication of diseases, tettnin itin r, Malaria Bowel Sick Headache, 1 I 'f arfl I t. ( .'plis.Mo\ ;:s iis.sis.-icr! *.o. -. i ]I )'t Vll'.TirUK Or A TECRKE 7FA-DFPFn!

ns believed, I in Ca fleer. I Dining this I lime I DySePia Constipation UiUousnem, _L ,-I.III-I-'m.C P.1)) 1-4 c-t f F't-i-ti'Th! .Iistlit //i- tvxui..| ) ..;- t|, Hon. James: :M. Kaler.Ju! ,>r A
It .1,.lK-a
I : fr<.nt, of Flon.U. ?? 'tt Lii.ttth,
he WHS never free from s'ffriijauth' Kidney Affections, Jaundice i in.- I I[ i iI iIz. \ l>.. is-, HI
enjoyed a suit
Starke Flu. 24 ISS7. Colic. i It.v Lit- N.-.i tin i' ? S. tti. ii forforttlosiirtip -
Hep. Mental Depression, _1i ; -s;;nii.ii at -jist t-or-i' ,T nfa
) only brief intervals when he was, The new Sciutor: frrm Floiida: I Ili.n 1 .__S. LI ..J'I -.-. .-:-. .-'- -. .. ?'! ID I.>- !, | I ..f R.i-r. il.ii"! nii'.in/ ,;i-:I Im.I tonuty luMy j hri.ting. ,., i.uj 1n, tim.-! tirt-tmjt ot
\ jr iii '.i : f< 3jft 1 h*- !' iixt l ,tI.'jm.r; t tL.! fSi.iitu l.t.ii.,>' *iv tint.t.!.. ., t.tttVli.raj
n\ able to atteii'l'I with com foil to business of Atontieeilo who was: .r.Ixxas.-cimprai-.ir.tnr,.! W ri.1 (
attention S'imuel P.isfo; 1:ak i i o.i.!'tv t.. t- Not l litiisl tt.ii.ir nf -t-m-t II..M .il.v.Ii r.sny amnj
cull tin-1 I JOL A .
would t I' ITosbv, Were -
We n-spi-clly .
ltfni.la
iiwimIrtllrmuI1No tiisii .
.. i: lMif S nitli') LiiiUt.ter..
) ot 1 in ship I .1'( J.iut-: ;
matters. I He hoie liN itlhit iou with fortitude chosen by the Leaisiatuie: on the 1 lf ih Jsi-a2I. .1 r.s FIMI-UI MaHlfr in s.l l .
of farmers and fruit jrpmers l to the ndvt.jof ; aim ;: Hit-Stt: tii.ii ijilt's LI. >. xv I'i. .r In.tC.UI. ,hf'-t .;.on.li irofni-t eRI still, on
and accepted( his fate with resignation JIav. afti" a jirolong ci>ntfst. lesiiliing i 5.1111| Ntxx laxt-r t.> the luV ilnnlit. Kiuyc VI ,frjLi .l -rA. l'i iame
Gco. Giirdincr the fruit tree man.: __ .. s.iM I I ...n'ili'.i I to ll.--Ir.ltl.o ofsaut n..xt1i. in front' cf
Should fee Without It /. ; rhi -" ai tht-iii m \ >it'i al.>:i : ths
4. ible Household / .n: I II.ms.Mlr.or MI
passing ti> "the bright be\ond") with for a time in n dead-lock is lemaik: ? I > tin-IH.II t t.t I ,-g-im.nirg: t>;n I I''te S'-.l' I.i'.ii'lari! i thtMn, of Starki i n sai.ct

The Supreme court has affirmed the tranquil anticipations of) a restful immortality. for hiivi'ig!I M-ivedJns a private, and :a pn- and.by being kept ready fir hmnnu'd late use and. -: k'ti ii 1tj <.f l.akt f.iiinix i IiIIiIr.is..! toHlt-ounii.fur ca-li. st-lltf tl,., folJoxxu thelaj-li,,, JlsenlJ- |
Will save an hour of suitt-nut: t? iv U ( OMMI-Mi > ;FiS t'ISTIUr .J ir'Mit.l in sai.I r.ra.lN.ul Ian
in.iny
the
finding of the lower court sentencing : vate only during the civil war. "Con time und doctors' bills. t-uuntr, ti wit 'he
a dollar in v-n halt of the :North
many six_ East
'it'
-inl>r;t.-111 -1.1-t.: 'n i i-trii-i i.ii'-.i'i'l iit & iIi.fl-r of settio
Chicago Aiuu-hists to lie hanged, and the John llussell Webb was born ne.irWatertown federate Biigadirs" m Congress can usually THERE IS CUT ONE -'-. -,' __9 9 i i |v.ui; -ii.z.t th-- r i.i.tli. ..'I t'-rii.-i "t :>.- -ti..ii 1'I':. i Il-luli, s-Vi-Ii. 54011 h tWenty.0 ,

lltli NovemUr is lived for the execution. Kew abund without !_ 11k-J ?I I.: I.-.n>l.i|. i; i.L: i..uif; -'- A.i! 'iiiiiuriL' :;t- sIit-li sali- tejxfar tiII'Yirr.e of mrrir
() in Jefferson lound ia :mcc .
be 5diE
,
county : SIMONS LIVER REGULATOR ; i m. ',' -l R i li..-IKN'.itn ..!i'.II$ I it- Iii.i- 'Ii' I'll"- I ''ssLID'1 : -.tI-! -It-11 f-.

That lii.id: devil of turmoil Herr York, August C. 1S24. He was a raLhhI- elaborate scnieli, but Piivate Pi-c-o. oftin red "Z"on ((11- r' I :; t.. tl.-S..uii! l..rt.n-laiy ..f l.4.r: ..xii.ti.tli twitPin tF.- hrirars i-rescrilifil hv Ia*
See that g.t the genuine with . l.r. tlf li,, JA.HES TRILLS.
of you -ji>- V.t'-t itl. iu't!:t-i- : I' ; '-
Most has been denial the privilege ate of the State Normal school at Albany; I 3rd Florida Infantiy. has a somewh.it front of Wrapper. Prepared only by iii'. i.i. l.iii t -, t Stii.ii i'r t"li>-in-- /[". aI'r'! -' !< ri-rir-V :I't-fKiI .Vaster.

taking our iiatur.i'.iz.ilion papers, and will and carl: }' applied himsr'f to the WMC! of j jan novel n.ir It ( vri for a lnit< Si tie '->tnato J.H.ZEILIN &, CO.,8oleProprietort, -riitnhmI.' l.in ( )rtln!(' ( ;-.i -, in Lmmts sI-I !i.fl' t.ith.N..-xv K.x.-i. Ii.. nt' .I..t n.ml -- :It-ji_ _,r i-r.r.jrCt.iiij.laiuant.NOTICE.l'-' '. .
.
31.00. ... tsti.l.in It
Pa. 1'Hlcr, I N.-v I-r tin- [ "ii.t ri ixhi.-li i' i i-
1 not be allowed l ti--r.in..! :i citizen of the educator, and lo I the j lUlL rtvtillh9It of | I 11 If- was not. howevi ly) bnlli a Philadelphia, oi I 1C( I :K--I! s ;iti'lNcv ''I ,, .s IUL\: I:. ivitttt'i1; .- ari iliii.ttn.r Kr.ii--: ; .
(country wh't'' I.IWM; lie (ieti! 's. These the methods! of tc.u hin I l- ilu-r i-h hiii- Si.uthiiner. nor indecil am A.i .ni ..in.A 1 h--l. ,i.n4! N.II.J It in,'t- ht... t.. tii.' .s.-.Hi |x > -''I.I n.n.t aii'i:
I l.ai -
RIVERS it.fs-it:-.n 7 i'i 'it iri-.ip! ,s "i ; ,'
Hillings! are ciniii. if W1 i j jL.t andtictcessaiy guagchcn: I a nu-ie \ oi.tii I I I I lie concc i iud native ol LOIU'.OM.'! llu; ''and, li's' i icmigiatid vv. 1 I tin-n.-f I tI-t ul.ciji la.- st.t1''II! I liii.- > | i l tL! I"1'j .

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tin' Aiii.'iicau pi-np.t' are ''and oevelcped ll.e: iile.i ol i leaching! infant to fie! l nti-h 1'iovi'i %% i.-ii j ? I..1g. :IN < uIaUfl'rUflT< ; vu
!I' .V : I IV I it.:-jlia..soMKSIMMi! : : : ll To. t JUDICIAL( CIRCCTP

uvvaUnjj to the tl.ii.Lir fiom rieklt.ss and I> (inpils 1.) iiiLins nf the \Vor-l miihoil." he w.is : 1 nut teit } ciisold and tld.re to -r-_. --) -': -- '- C -.v -'__) r:- FMO5PLItiOT11 \ : z: ; inl.i.;. nig t-!vt-lit ii ilistiuti iMiiiM-rr\! : -! -Mil ii < m. HX>!;Il> t. URAfiFOKD COUNTY,-re

law thiuisHiid ____) t._ ::;- 1 L-.> -iGl CUVCIIY.I : .
of iSo-t-tn. -t- t.t fii -
up principled j iijilj.t'iis uiiu I which system with the \\oiks In1 puMish14d ClurlesSowii in I'e !suburbs) ? ROLK $$3 PAXI'S i
: U. jL'.i.niiifCft) tl w Sf.i'lItaM.n *-ii '-r St-t ll.-ii j
I will cnis'i Ilium in the! ibU-u-t of iu i ii! elalioiatoii amith l appicili! >a Ilerwards I- Tlu-ie he was fitud I lot college and i nltr-1 m :tha Yi'xxnsl-ipiii.J I i Kan."I MI/-/* "' tlii lit' | _% It,I f.. S&mmrts ,
T->. .' Cut to i.i-.t.-i- f Ii' "i -.-; ami % I. Bill: for I>ivorcei
7.T I \.i.h 'iu'll.-.lii.- I'lii-ii .ai it >.
i KINK! fjoverunu'iit .1 mau diic-Mi't like lucame the Ion .(I.Ltlih I tor his td Hiiivaul In the \eai' 1M1. Heas a' ..iU G t re ti -:_). C": i-I..1 I'-.raii-liill\ -i !l. st.I -- rim uhf- a.>.ifliat't > nii. ri.f: -I g'i! |I'.,. 1 p ii 'It.iinI '.rIi-xTT..
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inir laws and i u-lom-tlelhim go elsewhere, fume., He completed his |ist \ Iumn, quiet unpietentious student of good c.ipacity -_- ;: T : ti.r si? x I.ami! .x t.il.itr.v > .1.1ainl I sii.pt; i.t Itt5.:2.. tli..ii>f> VV.st a 11r -ini..rI I Ft\I> \NT IN TIK AI'OVE
-, p-I--fl 1 % pair Kii.ir..ntf I ot I- -,-- ,11 7 m i iI I Ia' bTVTED
f A j till to tit- t.cii.xxt >t .rnir .
if he in violating the! law give whithhu led ".1 ohm mm's i'iist IJ juk." [ the high J '" t'' :j >.'fST.5UiJ < 'MI.NLY IUI.MITI xIIFH'MH .s cM 1. linrt-bv t.r.ti.V.I! that f.nrmnam
) > ICin >'J1 1 lit. n-- -." I1 k aI'-i..r' itt. ]l..i- i;..- his i.a ut tonipli.nt against kcr

I him the severest penalty. ex ,.rc lie was t\\ c nty-tml.e yea rs. of age, ( St. I He did not reside in the ( otleguiI \\ I % U I pair I.IL.I.! > If tri'iii'' sai tl hiir.. n.ini-l.- *- s-iiilli n l.n.f\\i-st. ilv-.0 I l) arvl i.l..nt:-I .i.iljN.t.. > xv. KI\-P Uixti; ,,-I-n.l.i l tain.. a n..i. r -s-.lt-nt. unl tlwt unit--in this tmhe

Our rslccincit ci.!,U'inv, >rery, llin J.ick- adopting a unique bt k1f i.piehkhsubstqiuntly I building lut with his faiii'lv.' Upon ; I I i.Iait.ry.t ->- n tin-.ntil I Jis mis_U I to XX til-I.- slut t Ins t-i-' t n.fS tll lil.f. 'itVH'1- -! lN't |M i .. -!.:.x i.ftMt.l.t.r.A.U iixxxt-r .r demur Iss-th.-rt-, thtL| Lime 1st
%
I I u.'i.s lIt nit-I I : *> in loxxu-hip 1. utiiil.i -
of \\ disiii.guis.btd; him m giailuatiiig: I i in IVjS, he went to Plond:i. .,. .- Ii.-a' (!ht-i. II'ai XX ill llf takrll a. C.mm-s'.a.I lay Jjer and
-., hor.viile Times- Uni'tu, his: u w.iy -I Ii iLi'xI! ;: rlit-i'i ti'rt Iilus I.> !tie'- i ti.t- sfnxeiitt-x. parti to fi In d decree.'
the woilil of Iclleis. I Ialtr he publislicdsucce.ssively and taught xhool at Waukccn-ih.: meanwhile I __ 1 I Iu oiI i.'I t-rot h t iii.n .t r..xtiisinpii i.i Pre ii. ti.ti.ff ; )liixeii un.lt'r my hand iad
out of ;m unpleasant; positioninstead t- i 1 Kui J'> tit'1 seal oft.iiit
riawlins: i Li I s.i' itli aloii,; I Lm-g. Inn.li.i.lin I :f ; !
his series of uunnal readers law. Two later tho ii of T.n inKalUjCrlil. this 31j.t. day of Angint A. D.,
getting out of it in a manly: tidying jenis 'I to tin- N.utliixt -r roi/ur 'lnp "
j jj '
tli --tth l.l.'in
fashion although it brags of its li uth asiia-s of analytical: reatlera. and his war broke out and he enlisted as a piivate 1' ; : ,,/ 1 iLl-i PANTS dailcsi.tlovii.pbiUlDfi thrli-i:| t-ut.ilill -I <.Il>-* -i t'. llw : Iia- F.ht; .; wir.i.s 11. E TORK, Cle&

sqiure-aclhin! it-cord. A jew .rt nes of the ".Model Header" also other in Com piny I I. Sid i Florida I Ueimcnt. - I point i ot I liicoMMisonsi fgitI Ii I 111. A "I'tstor for ('urn plaixiar-.t.
telling, 1f .' r"i -, i
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st.ttcinent books, and a [piuucr' revising the \ord I. As he possessed a unit t than; t ordinary ,
lt made; the unqualified : -f I -r.-ii aii..iit '
Lhys ago ; rtitneji< Icti I I ,'i tii-itiict Nt>. 7 .iI |>.iit'* i.r -.
that Savannah Inibint-ss was !<4- Method, which was perfected and introduced (.ducalion. he wa> 11101 of the I time :; -. I ,.,,i. r 3' i his, ,, tt.I ii- ainl I.. A I II'i SHEB/FF'S/ SALE.
,- .. mi)* an.l
iirx '
..alit-ast i"cti<-.1 i
iiiii'n: at ti' :- ei.rIi
it the m the schools as late as lbb>. emphned[ as a clerk al icgiirent.il! nr bilg.ide >;
v ear l.n. nit-asiiif
1)00.000) less last year than was '- IN-IUF in) 'loiitiship !i..t :. : e 1'ianii.i tiI.tI, ? ll.tiifNotli I! pN Vir.TCKKOFAN EXECUTION"
I Mr. Mis. Webb mairu-d. at but to do hi ali.n: i1T11' .tii.Iit K.n. xJ ai l Vt i ISSUED
took utah were head-qu.it managtd .f M'efinuit
IK. fore last. The Al.irninNews t--g.-rhm.-r! l xxill.:t ) ? i ,ih.I 1 :.MI-IS f..r posta r f' r piv. '.ii' Court of tiie Fourth Jmh-
Veni'Oiit. about Ifeoi) and lecalls PHI I .-. :iu.l p.uiir! Or sfml ((5 i fts. itlitr.t l<> il:.- smiil < iit >-j-iirrsf s, tti<-tt -1 1'' Tnxxn i-tat! r.iciiit tf Ura.lfor.1 1'ounty. Flurula on tht
I d'uir.ule t-xiii--|
Derby, came share ol 1 ;ai:
fighting. .
mislake. '
attention to its I '. t"Hist 'l..iii.-li'i
occasion to draw its us .r !" Ii.-! 011.-.t-t I tin* piper. :iinl a ji.uk.a sl.ipi. Itm.a-: zz rm- a | _!- .K .s.f.tembi-r.. A. 1)., is.s7, |In favor of
It hv it relied upon west, settling tirst in 1 Imhana. He next act < f g& maul ry on his pait ill biiii.'ing! oil :f of sLI.'t.- xx ill I.- mail.'.! .xoit. n c'lulin; r :* | In t- ti.ilii-I S.nitl-ixf i r..11..-r .-I mA >.u! ;.-n :>! in t I.i'- ii.1 starkf anal! against J. !.. vVynn. S. I>
replied) MJIUSJ 'J..XX I I i llienttN.'ltll! jll. Hi-- I I" .tiJ.
< liavt ifpi.sil'-.l | nsiilpl. lillvi-: I .1. TI s n-1 R. N. 1Iaavling. I Juivf levied "amimil
0'iit l.n> ti i:t.i-itu- i--lire! ii 5Xf on
h its lueintry und Siy inMiiu.itin that the icmoved to the small town out of which a moil.ilH vounde.l conip.'nion[ fiom unUi itli tin- I'll,p 11 i.t.t. i t tli's p.iyicr a ,,,.i.I 11 r <.h.hI l lthis. Inn-til il.< Soiiitit t-iii.tr i>t t'-tn 'i'I,. in t.ii-r or sale nt the Court I Ion-.,; door in
the of Mmneupolis : I'LA.Mn I I .- ..u-h.i I I..r s ,!U.t -i\tclit-. 'luiiMstiipii; :: _'i >. ttfl1? i- \i.--t I i' >i ;. s -i ii.ni Ma K.mi Mi.n.lai tleSultlaj-: Ut-toVt-r be..
for fence giew pienenl iiii-iruig city < the at Jaksi: .Mi s m 1L;:{ At | g' s : -
.Morning New has a icpntaiiou lillts! ,vl.-IC T't-XX I.IXflIMlt- ? 41-! ttltlHIMUllll I'v.-- n tire ?!.! hoiirsof tale all tlie ettauand

tiding. What acomlusive replvl 1 If.our whcie, as a p'i iiiCt in Miunc.sota : i issioiury: Kirtge. towaid I the close ol I Hut n -pviI; nIeP : i iilJkitci I t t j vl''O".-i. \t it PlJl'li". T"T> A >' \I'll/ \ --. ,-'' l! ,.Ill J..I Nt.X *I'.IM:i !- t"> IIpmi.t int. -tt whicli J. 1 V\jtii ha! on the 18th daj
i m v.iih i-| ;- > t.> F.' l.'mi tl-ime.! tm. i iI ,.i i 1 lull A l .ls-7.in ant to he fOlluta i
lude lie saw much of the early Indian 110 wounded :and captiue.1 :iit.i| : -tiIJTftET I ;Il I IV Uurr al.'iiy th.S -t.i I I-- winai! ; g ties
"Ifcmvd, contempiiraiy! will get year was I 1 S Kmmui-r., >. .:()Jm, ?3a.-.. sa .ntIIit <-11' it ieal'fstate to wit: Lots 15 and 10 iu blotkJ

truth \\n a\\hilc. instead of riding I troubles and the hard->hips! of fiontier was sent a. a piisoner to) Camp Morton I ot Jli.i'l t.r.l cr-i 1.13 to ll t-j 'irt! tiIi.ie "iK.hi.uijfounfx wnii 's A.Uiiti..ii to Starke. liemg1 in the
1 time once RdU TCES mit ('j vLt t---i'A. M-_ V-tE of Mellon ?J Township ti liange

L Us apparently fagged-out and untenable life. He rtino\ed to Jlic'iigan ia 1SG1( at Indianapolis: ; where he w.is h-ld till i: I N ,,iiCe m g Di.'! it i.ItI\Viim\-K: !. vn Ou.f..iiit UrailfoM. State of FloruU.
( 'hiai rr t; It tmJarI ) 'j; iILII- 'I..?.C1 > N.I i t.i satisfy said! Execution and alV
: memory M continuously, it may Micceed and residctl eight } eaisin Jackson county the end of tii war. lid Limnitig on his i'it-: cop-itti'ership: hen m if.mex 1st trIg iiatin.t; t.' intx._ 'IV -n- .--i-U. l'urci.iM-r! iMj-tr.rf for Title. Sept cot

in recovering, partially: at least, the place coming to licrrieu county in loGD, and residing libeiation, to FJoiiila, he begin: I the jirac- i EiII:1PZtIeP'i'lOS : -: .!. M. Triilnand \V. i-n'-r-: P.--! umicr AMI' r 4 ''\i- k'IlK.('ni-uk I .rlI'liKl. .- 1.i. 1-t_ -1 Q-7. Sheriff II EX KYW of Crailfonl? EPPERSON.:

it once held m the confidence of the people heie until his death-first on his lice ol law at Monticcllo, i iu tlrj ollia1 of I'm-linn: nahicot'Tinhy: v'c Davis; i I- thistlav i r ttiv 1 < ,,f t tnititv I'i ItI.I.Utr5.I | pao-ited* out Plaintiff's Attorney.County. *
: i.i.vV di-sol\d I I by inntii il ci>t-nl. ll.-iti.x trt.t_ that lit- It.it-..tJI ,. is a t-'i -
of 1"1t.utla.-av.'nnaim Morning News. farm near He.ith's (Jonicis and then tor Colonel !Dill whom succeeded in hiislness. The hu-iiie. will )hi. contmiuil !by J.1I .1l. rt-ci t-.jii ..f I ihc! ..ri inal.r.f ina.li- I i'i s..i.l I mat | --
( OMI'OI".HFi) _l:, .t Lt. OLI';. l.-r i-ir-.it l.iemiil I 1 nti!jiii>tK-j!I I Il.m
many yeais in M. Joaeph un 1 iu Ucnton Theie in IbG') he married Miss .1. ij ; <> NOTICE OF ELECTION.To
1 UK HOLIDA YS. | :M\ Titiliy, h. .j MI riibuigu.d II:. Siimi! !- -n utiittCV l.uh'I nn.I ---al t>' .

harbor since ISSo. Jessie IK-nhain, and ''lie}' have: now six itii.i.-m- tl.- limuiu: of 'Ft utlmi_ >!i-nil, urj;: .fiitt! > :ii i.oktthf Iutl. day t-f all-ami
sokmn ceremonies that with t\. ( vvho Out In i4cd -uie thti -..pit-inl't r. A. I> .*s7.li Singular the Electors of tl
The go Thins ends a ucful and eventful life. chulti t en Mr. Pasco became clttk of the iii. j me m to s. M'KK Bounty F.railford State of
Florid
of the laic him. *
accounts
the New Year begins at bunscl Sunday Though cccentiic in some and in .Moiiticello. i : ( T'-rIir-i it l 'at .M..I K\t-1'n: 1-1 > I'leis
ic-pccts, oint and also' city clerk '
till couuty h-inking 1 : von lor the v <'ry liberal, pi- 1' .|- Imi.: !II. .; I i.H in iiij C"ii_ i"--i"tn r"ToTiriiTl --_ YE. TIIATIXPERSUIVNC-E -
18th und contiaue sunset KNOU'
September even boastful himself of this characteristic a I trustee of the academy, Capt-iin: tio'i.-iir.! t'X-III-l! ( to ii1-. :i.l <-oliiiing :L --- order-nimle: iu open session by

: the following day. Ilosh llashana is he was never without many warm of the local military company GrandMaster contii- u;(unc! of the s'lme for lii t-i'v: turn.ve ( : ] tin Hoaul-of: County C'onimission1 S

observed by oith idor Hebrews the world friends and well wishers and itiii.iin: Vtiiirs vnv I I.i tritlv. -- ,! c. -iiuly, on the "itli day of tfeptcT %
ever then
possessed of the Masons, ar.d .uiaiul: I IM l j.;. ;II." (- i.'i) Ai-' o; : 'ip I I.iyislnM.I. -
and all business is suspended.Yoin I !_ .1_ :M.'Tui: -I"Y.V l-7.; Th-tttlure will he Elect
over a kindly interest in the welfare, master of the Odd Fel owHut his tir-t .- \i.n\; _I.p I- I il.t'T'hLsT I rii.i; an

Kiper, or Day of Atonement. and especially in the mental improvement piominence in politics dites: from the- :Lf1: cL I .'tI .Hi: i.i.ir. DAMS.x tr :.7'4. i Nt -i_ luxst.f i t l-"i.i.i; It is" iu iH county on 1 tinUit I tIlt ii > l.os-JM
-. % L--L-4 iiiitv i J.r:i
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commences at sundown' on the 2thinst.. of his fellow men. His literary woik let L Hayes canvass of IbTo, when he was I I I It tJivi'itd in. t .--m. -.. .'----** : ii II' I ''H' eAt ,,)St-rniine whethcV ur not

and continues until the hour of the t ---I t- a.t E1tI -,'- ---.--.- tRill lI-'LP li-I:. lit >piritt ".- .v wotw. or 3hlt shali.
,5Le.D Liquors
same him into close relations with several --- .-- l. .
large Mate Democratic ( m4
mude Lhairmaii of I the ; i-- : : hf I.!. tl.t-- I-- a > 4cyUl in slui

succeeding day. A'l' the Hebrew stores publishing houses iu thin Hist, aud-his attendance Ext ciii ice (Committee of which) he hail -i. b :. ;rr 7c t.r'J- I A v in An; < )N < ) r PA N v. 11'-i--f' .' -r... '-.ul. TTSII: J-.i-l I 'lisli.Ul Uupicr 37UQ, laws countjas of Florida provided for ia
'- -CiC;.t! < ainl 'i'1ittmk-zeti Jol-
will bc''closed the occasion .is
in. -
town on -
upon and participation in teach I already for some time be.-n a memlx I '-Jz --- -A- TIMI-: (.'AIM IX IHTIVT: ; AUCiU. r ii' 1AH1i Iu-' ; .v !' : .: Given under my Land

stated. ex trs' meetings gave him a wide and pleasant In l yOand) I 18S4 he was a candidate bum / -- 0 ->aiis I liii i I t.M'th' Mi-li.han I T.iuo iV-niuJ! ). IOrXDAm LlXINOr: r.LII'TION"I : : fSr\i.:- ] and seal of office, at

11tOSPE4iIN acquaintance educators. lie : T m:' t \Vf.STr.KX: MVI< >
PROHIBITION among nomination as (lovc.'nor, but withdrew in I 14. 1 iSi'lri' Nt. L ; or September

4. lcZ) HRAIFOID ( QLI1k led l a consistent moral lite was a piudent favoi of ( ov Blihim iu the tirst instance I % IN l-1ri.--; t ai it yiiif'' i--t Ui-.it'-1- Xi-\v: < >ii Icnt.s ariil I J.iei'iI'-r' .,: tlicline! !l. Clay county Jobi. A. D.,

and citizen aud his death rnftMst.. I'ii-t-t i. .'iimiti'ii-tin I !PV..t <>! .., ; in ill!' Xoril.t: !i Juontitv .
The recent ele man a good will and Guil'rrv in the seeui' I. _: Mcdcr.o. .is.oiiitr o i H. F. YOKIv.
.iiul NorrliSt.. I tlii'ti Wt-s !
c : th
li.ilg
I < NoitU :
J-oiindirvj .
L Baker, Alaihua ; is occasion widespread egret and will This conciliatory: spiiit seivcd him wtl I ;%trcc; Fia.rt'x "a" i.u'.i s A M. tme. "!." 'in-.ii.s I'. M. ti"c; I of tIle roiinty 'i> NPVV 1ii--'i: n-ti'-e.lowu t Clerk ( irctijt Court.

Ing in success oty) ea interest r wherever his name since during the long simple for t the f- Kt-.l-l map. I.,-ail <:i.vI'|i iNo the r n of si i | lii.r to I Kau.vtline:: diI. j "

very iassuiln lsVItUrfl ehaj. a'p us ; flee of Stnato'-; whin both I these gentlemen :: ; :ts N.._ I'. N.'_ : J_ No !J JI. I. vulini iC.u.jrcs twenty and fivciity-oiif., : .NOTICE.
: I. I'' 7 :;n | \r.Ta.-'rviil!, .t.i- 7 r. tn'i ti'< n. t; "si.utli : S..M I Kiiu !
N i-- ( 1 '/ -I ., L a 3 l I : dIIt..z i' lino to TI I 1li)
Ii --
Bradford tw1fe survives Ed.m\VING
in eourt5 -
ere him also w etc candidates with Mr. Pasco foi r II 'Oii r :"op Ar UiMxxni l.\ s 27 aI I ('.I's |i thf line div !>!ir.r 'I o.in-lii .s nt> iiid six xIE!, I'ERSOI'5 -.

4 eisl belief* that our oouto< nnnoyoncr 1 ?OW and iu business; for the Democratic nomination and the con : :-. .Via 'l-tt..rI.t'-' ( its-" j.\ n- (, j. I II7a !I' I! tha-lrO! C'.lsl ittol'li1 .said Tov.[ "* !) lim. ti. Jiivo- tt-t'it ttlIHjItl((1 lCgistratjoa
::
/ glad to hi .- .July 2 l9; -iii. V. I :{ ] Vr I.neo.i.Ar! M 4':' a Tai'i jfl
:
A11 / out don lit go "dry" br 'Vei. aa fellows: Arthur C. in test had lasted days In agaii: n Is.i ., ._-, p .\r'.i.lisoi: .Aril l ;is '. ti-I. Ini" t II t C''v toMtity.! tin'utv North K ( Virvv eieetioij
many ,
? i jpaD .. :d .ur il'- line isliui thf A.// i } lorida.
;
majority. Had of-'i fcIogO-JleTbert -i a < ii pr .n.niiioiior 1 ..n i in :;r. i. in roii'it't--. oi -: : a
any IiaiituchCPtm
on time fruit farm withdrew, but was at length taken uj' :3 Mia 1 1'ti. _\iTiilM"'t'r!! ; -J -."! j. U.Mj, < lay .it'll ISr.'i'itbrd: ti time point o, bf.rii in pur- -
counties gone "wet" it ito i I :-iJ la U .I l p Aroii.my( ...\r ;j ( ) .V.'i iiiulr 511:1:; va-c a I tnMitef5r oo iimse0'r }'lorida.
tJseph l ilh
C
*1ra ly ncli : ; Irving at Starke, again aud icccived the unanimous I Democratic .U. D MINER trip v. voimsr place: r.r lpi ( < iiifi at < Ai I -- ( .
i l:. i'! II"i I i Ar Km- Jim.-. p I
strengthen the we?. ., ; 1 p p r .Ar 4 m n) > i> ;{ :,n : 'm'tllllsll s,,-Imol IloliSf.I I .t.
a nt, I I .: -bir publishes a newspaper, suppoit. Twoytais ago he \\ aelectcil j l limp 10JiarM) -.n.i'.iia.-..-Ar :. n.m; p 4 (i-, -( fo-.tityu-. ,,,, arc' tlot alrcTdverJstereJ
ty; because some or. wh -' ;aiI K. in Kansas siitlp I 51' ;l |Iv |Ii.-, uiiiik: l-lr.\I-{ ; )?.-, ,I. voa, it: ItN h.\.iY LIMS: oi ni -'tr.iC'TN CIII' suwithiu the tihite Selftirn
manure City. Arthur member of time State (.'onsti .. .Vio. Prescribed
a ulional rfinip :: r-a: I.x 1.'u.tci.'a..r i.i.iaj, jj.-,.) ,-. -
Lave the '
yielded to
viz. .
vWjl] fog i6 bnkfamiiy v- Ur.: ; '! mi) a I.i Ili-iuatiiii ... >. 2. -
came Thursday in response Convention and chosen it m | \ |uio :; i p. i> I -.v,
good per cent of Bfa'IfordV- Eve w-is : : SKff'-V: I limal.i: "\\I..Iil- .. ,\r .....-. 710 I'fvinniiisi at Vfiv I Kivfr on I llu> I Ilium flwtriM N n. 1 -i;. A. Todd.
to it telegram; and Herbert was nice otlicer much credit fo .- siHip I.i N.'ii Oilran-...Ar 7.1(1( 1Tiia I 'ar e1ttja.i7ljt tr'-t
pre No.
presiding gaining a dimiinu --M.L.
liavo traveled several milos further to an : tinifuntits .,1-[ I:| < !.. aiii: i- Mc-
: : :.:vip 1.1 Au.ni-i'ni -rAI- ;. l ii.i ItitfI -% .
-. adjoining vet county all for the wiint'ofobttiimi.i sent at his father's bedside in the last hour. his quiet common-sense ways, a.id las t ttiL&i "2V, 1 p : 7 a I.i .N.i-lixi!! ..AIC.I; lilp) 7; :rs.n .', i :1'aker, I them Wt st a'oi' >ir slid i t-oiu.tv I 'tai- t-'( a-tjciU_ atistrkNo.- -

Howard will arrive to attend the funeral November being elected tD the 12 lip U liia; I.i l:laiisullc -vr I.IOa, J3.'. r. lino to Sivilt e1t t-k. pi nd on '-.if, thfi.ci- 'h il-cim.!. 5-Jos. ETt. -
; litjiiorat end of the trip and Legishi .sr> |. m r' :,'. a I.i I_ .i i-xiil.-. .\r 2-.". a -.'. lip :Eolith: :iioiir I ill" in.iiuiu 4t yfiid J.ikf toth"
but "
4 thereby have a "T.ini Oshausted" time the Florida brother cannot be pit-sent. ture, he was chosen Speaker of the IIouWe -<- s'-i.t s-jij, JA t iii.niaii -vr t.'i.a 6.j: {. I' run ol >!-itt i--t ek. thciii iit>mi I the ur IeCtjflfl vl.viXo. -I--A I C. Odoni.
The 7n> a 7:_HpI.vM 1.'tij-!! ...\p 7 s i'or i-ecliofi! "Jistrit-t
funeral will take place iit oi'i' run of v-nd Swilt creek 'lie Xo. 5-1>. W.
to
.Monday oii nial
of it. It is hard to break used .
a long have just received one of the prettiest :; -- --;:.,.. MOp' I :._ iiipl.v ( li.u, ;.> - -ir !ImP :.;m a ;io i {c line ilivi-liiijr Lake i K.lly. -
oiiMloni, and it H astonishing what afternoon, Tith services at the residence -- -- d'vnTciI-- '- _----.- >.) I ii..l Vilt.ilNI> ti.in i 10.1) !.,.lv. I'.utlfrn.l l'iovi- Tor election
songs ever wiilten, called; "There Tlii.'iu'h sk-i-.iug! c.iis mi 1 an I i to New I ortai d-nct itjt rim-is thfit al'juti i iid I .iiu'inil I I Ui.- tJi-strict.Xo. C-J. Chas.
lengths men addicted to love ot driiikvill at three o'clock unit burial at the MoitonOmetciy. : AKERJ Ihisti jet hue: to ihchcul \\.Hils ol 1'Iiiifilti'k. hard. -
no one like Mother to me, by Charles A I/I ( 'or flection Mistfict
> go to Shtti.to their craving. But remove .-Uenton Harbor Palladium. : IT I-. I K. -iti'I N. sl.--p n, camoi !ti an.l! 10 t., IIH- tlciic: tloix n tht Hill i'. >.ml' riffk | Csf-oii. Xo. -Philip H
Davics. For a nice home song, in which I'uniak I > ; IS. to its, \vilh _
;pitii jiiiit-tioti the
If IJivir.thciue
the temptation out of their reach Prof. Webb spent one winter in Starke J i K TV"? L'E H -IIrt: : .
both the words ;and music are soen'i s.UTIlx! iVI.-lnX.( !i [j' the run of saiil I t ivcr tt> its IT. T>. ODOM,

ami l hey soon become accustomed to the and on Kingsley Lake. 1 He "was quite it is haul to equal. I It in'J sT.iiKIYL't.: : sii.-.itt t an.l I iiiii.-kc-t i cute
1 new order things1, and think no moie well known and made many warm lends, pretty can L *w 11-AI: attl-.ri-eI! _:ix.-n to n-;>,niin-- VV.iti I.. S 1.1 i'-l.iir I a in m 1', nil {mintsM h NnitiKl! 1.iin.i.| run (.I'eiv Uifito time [.. 'in; ot l l.cjiriiiiiiiitr

I about the accustomed diiuk. And had who will hcgiicvcd to leain of his death. played on the piano or organ, and will !>i c i'> t'l-H-Us .iii.l .1.-x. < lix. \tAt- \liam .xxmK'li.iu- 1-.l lip_ It'-.l Titou.i_ ; j vviili voting I : pl.i'e os .i--i-i uirt :a :
; ] 1
.
rvasoli llili- Il' i..I -isiI. i-Il-1.i.-; ; .l| !{n.iruSTARKE ; N. i. x..s l.il.tr.utitr.! .
to address for x-.r. :\-5.
sent 22 1 j jiiiUNi
any one of our adjoining counties gone He was the father of the editor of this any only -ten' nnil! l'.u-. Itll'i.i! 4 imp) Ar rii.iiiili'ia I.vlnln.i ] s nnnEp.Y: fiv: ?:N-. nrT
Address the J. C'! 7 1-a Z ir ( -Iztliti, .. ; i >AiiY I I.IMS: or i>i 'i ItIN4. AT THEIR R G--
r.p
vet, there would have bonn, doubtless, | stamps. publishers, : ; \r II ,7j. mt'i"l -""- ha-I.! "alt tl" "*h in-i the Rmrd -
paper. i : 11,1 i 4th.: l.v iil.lui: i .Ar ( '""""- ., ,,
1-ji.ip ; "-' f
.tr
Groenc .V' Co 30 and V'lT h-nulforl
uiHiiy In our county who fiom their 42 Aieade. Cincinnati UVEnSTfiBl 0; :'.'ip.; i..ii:;tm .i \i ..n-k-.> \ic!! .\- 11 .n.it pi-op .Ii.l ni-oiat, ih.- 'ollovrmir! county.

idea "policy" would have voted "wet" PROJJIIJITION .MU KAv OX.f O. ". ,imm .t i i..;. p l.x I .il-Ixvui ._\r i-.i pi > ir, p \'>f iriiiniii iit Swift -It.Ink'; or pond "r.M,111"1; "" ani1 cr"rks of C1ttiatI.urmed per-to

Ilila I (m p l.x Lmw.v .iii.tS I p np| on time lii.f div iiiinir r.inl :.>i>t toni l ( '..-ike.ioiiatics. .- ttIa' %arl""<< -I-ftion a
but who now will fill in ranks and vote miafl3 the prominent < iti/ensof Bradford Prnccedliig.of the It..art of I'ubllIiiMructlou. C AND | :; i > i> i-.' :". p i i.\ st.ui-i- _. ..iiI.. |, iiII i; ). I tLftiifVtst al.'iiir! s.i'i: <-i iinty itt SM ( i'lV'ifttr t1i.! eee119u! prmets to bo

"dry/* This policy idea I ia buttheoutcroppiiu county-friends of Temperance: I FI-Ii ) .INi ) :.i: STAZ5LKS.i ,'i!_:->' p|i III.'M.I' i (u .1 I.\l.v (i..i.msxi'l-.-.!., K x .._. .At Ar :'Jiip ii; '':;"> 7.i-i::0 n lino to o'.nsK! -. t rctk tht-Mf down) tl.'t- I lii,4 irt i ,' ,' -inti..it hi.I ,imiinct, ,, ot.w.rt.xt.N.,|.

!* ofloiiK uustotn and in met at the :Jl'Ja' II:;,1 l.x lt.i\Mln! > >,.>. ..\p :: L1-, p p riot imi &-titi; .-ic-tL to it- jiiitctioii vxitb I I
usage: Tempeiance I Hall, in Staike on From tin- (iret-u Cove Spun,;, Clay C...ILuty.'I I p p II-.i l | i'.Tn. n't'r'icU '" "" Ahai" 'wC&
I M7.i I I II I ut.i Lx Ciu.i' 'rir- UikAr.V, I'OJn :Sv.itt m-r--k. tln'iii-f up ihf kini tif saul I I ) I, :

the belief that men can't have a "good Saturday the 17th iiist. Tl.e very important lie Hoard of Public Instiuction me t.t I' err' r- -' i" 1 t -- in.: .a l.x Siixi rSpinu. .ir :< rtp.p I :Mvift i-iofk to '- v.i1it9k p<:ml I or lake, a.r 'i.--ti.,i, jrt.ini-t V.>. 4- Jofin ('rot. A. J.
time" when thuycome to town from time : --7rRYs-N-.m. l "op In Ma) i.x )o.-ii.i . A P :J ')
rp :: t'.i thf ucf II''I.r sail! likf Ihf' aasvIing
que.-tion of Local : : to .unit of! bfiriiiiiiuz 7'-VkJ-l- waMa
Option was freely on Monday the lit tim of Iss : [ ;;
day Sept. ; : IED I- Iilltjp 'MHli( l.\ i&I.ia-t.l.| \r I ." i ::', I !IYI II..
> .i
p
country unless they have their liquor to discussed, and the best methods ti> that Chairman James Hickey 1 I I. I":, p s ;,'i a |Lv I.. ..-. m'.k------- Vr ."> |u'i. p KIO'I.I viiili > titiii 4 [PIIttflt hoiis: I'r elt-ctioi, prt--inct X>. %_j. (,.
picsidiiiii Robert
; numhers :t .'!. :.u s ji.i! I i\ -- --httm'l( I I titise.luINIlY. l -
"rouse up the boy; s" to so cUlod fun and -n- p -rxilltAr ,>."i; p n> _"() .i vv'r 1't-tri- M'"I' -
end made ri-0- '" were plain If such measures all picsent. Minutes of last meetiiiweie : SUsp 7.>J.il.\ >-t. < .iil.-nii P <;.:7. p JO ',7.i; : LINKS: ui-f M-.TUICT( (
hilarity; and the policy reason was that are carried into effect and :E:? : ::; A :. .Is p 7 I. a Kx i >vxi i.iiiiii.i \r (.s p 11;.; 'vIv -i.-eti.o. IPra-cirlet Na W.
it is ; p Oak'zai
'.t the only way to keep the trade of this quite apparaut read and adopted.Tieasiirer ; iC i- ._ I..t I, (km a I. Im.i.I.. ( iIv ..it- ;.:_:% p ].- .r. p Ni.at -!. j T 31. L ; N.4 tn-iet.tors v.5: aral| Frank-
,
they will be. '. 1 I p s-. a I.v I.,-f-lmr. '" S9Ihai.-rs, (
That Bradford ; Ar.'Jtp( r. la-k.
Cauova
turned over to thlioaid > ji Ilf ii'iiiii" int Si '
a <
class : : : > on i .it
cit-fk.
p
within
our own borders VMIS to ? -* -Aiw".1 ? s.: s |i.i |.\ T.n.iiis I I-.r .-ia a-i i..pp -
; vote the county wet. This specious reasoning county will vote in favor of Local Option :3$ school wairants amounting i s .\. -,- > -v., --=Jl CLJ 7 ::; p 7._-. .i i.x Ap a a I 11 here liu- original iiiif dii uli'i I.-ik.1 Tliiiit! I '.h%in.i'ra-a-ia-t.1_ {,'. tV'Ison.X... 5-E.t-torsaiidT.T. Ware

is undoubted. We have the ladies :; ; x / z : | :; K 7I I i p ft -;; a l.v.J'r1. in.!., .Ar7np st-a; I'iiitlcr iiii.l I I 1'iov iui-t't-f: .ii i j-.tii-ts :n- '- I '. I :Lrr.l r.! t'lr Insi
now, however falls flat that on $1,0123(1.( TheSecretar/was in-tiuile i 'cT I Iiioii rli >U- Iin C.iimi VMS. I .
now > 3 aii.I 4 i. | pio.it hit.nsaid: tluH iii-\ii tin- -.r 1.---, a }..---i ir.r: N., fi-.J. (' Kidiard.V I
every adjoining county to Bradford ha our side, and at work and Christ s-iys: to bring all the old wariants at the ntJ L t ) -. '; :-; -- ::. ilfmt.ih.l txxcn ,!.... -.i.xilir.iinl Oil.nuli.x, i:lii mi t !.:11f I Io inn ol .ud t ri i k lo us i-''ii MifMtfiith'' I'- Illlil I J_ t 's; I_ I s aiil \ T Dryden.
II.
't .1 I. I lifiiJi. VIK.
r a 7aiiil 1 s -Lij1N... : -, n.ii i k.
voted lry, and so our county can afford "Cast in thy sythe for the harvest is meeting of the Uoatd, to be destiojed.On ant! li.iilv.si-.-j:>t Sniiil.iy. ; Ollis't: f i-rt-t-k, ti.flicf titIV.i ll) t I- Mill ots.ii t..i-I.x-ii.- .
: nj.i-1-iF1..t.\V ; .
lM-fl.i ,,
-s lurnonl at all l i ih-tcf CM t-k to its t ouilnin-t- %viI ii Fu: Ie-uarI !?(, &
-
to vote dry even iu the eye of the policy | ready. motion of Mr.' Shedd.. it was: ordered i.i.ii--, il.iy in isicht Fr.UXAMUXAXIUA<'ICSOVVILLXIIANUl) : : {[ :s.tnta 1 i. c I'ivcr, tiifiti-o tij tinrini *;1- I a-- -ii.' (lVrkU'1 !:'" """, ft-tt.rs nn.l I'hmhip

voter. It was agieed that each member of the that .1. M. Beciy be jviid x21 1Jl( f ,
The prohibition campaign is weil! or- meeting present, Iw resolved into a committee work done some} time ago, on schoi)l :; Ii1u.\\-: > ,'v A f.\"A i! ]:/:. I.p Ii-ai' J<*V. !1. 1' tu! iit-f I up ll.f inn ft ) U' I rtik to it- VvltpessiM fiai-- v-c l.'a
\.ll. Vo .". head tl.fin-w aioii- ll.i-oi > ilanlstMt of offi.-e this W .
I il I line diviiiiu
g4111z0 throughout the county under the of one, to assist the ladies in their house \O. 2.IIenryL. I Maike. FI.i.F : -Jo.i: Ar.Ju-ksot.viilf LyTiiHJp>;i.i._ No s 11 I I54".p I/. j|'! ;. I l..ikf: I'.aUtr i l'iov mc-i'-t-; : districts- j jI :I ii u ..f .sitn.i,,-r. A. I)., I;*;.
a
0 iiiHimgemtMit of Hev. W. S. lliclnrd-ioii I l.i 0 I t"J "-F. YORK) ,
good work. a Ar IVni.uiiii .
p ,
a
Ar thf oiiu :
Silcox was appointed tiu-t )/ -tp i 10 10 n 'I to i ) : oi i licirisuiiiijvjil \otinj; .k-r. ;1"1"t ( "iirt anal Kxoflicio
I ('letkor
I as chairman of time county executivn Utv. W. ( 'Nrru.hx-!: .I j'i.ice 01. I1C-j Oct at !'ri, v. (i tl it.l! .;ir.' ? t 'ImI.t '
S. I v rt.maasMt
KttiminsON, : for school Xo. 47.; at West Tocoi, i \ \t fa!!-iliativith M.\.mti_ j. rionta ii nh! t.-i-j _, '
coinmit'eeon >lubition ( V.V t I.aiiii.n.1. f..r I U.trMfAP.Y) I.INKs: ----- .
woik. rn --
pn All thoministers Chahnun.P. place of Mr. Fraser I. j .sav.-iniis't.! :3.i.-oi.! At- IHsTUICTNO. ------ -
white und u-sigiu-d I.,lit .. I IItI-l5t: tnii.ishi i .yi.iu. }:.iiinf.rr>. Xt.iik :c4)'IIt) : -:
colored !
\\ eniiderstHiitl. \ r;. I I -I i'l'LH'A'I'ION.It ( .
II. C\s0x On motion of Mr She.kl. Lone Oisthoo. k : ;; ; f r.vtfl'r "-' C'irifiriiinii. st !_ ins, ( ti'-a, ;.,. ;ui[ all
are .cnliste. iu the goml work, : b i viil'jI'm ti u'JUiI points vx st tt.I I Vii. thxx.-st. '.iiuiiiiir H' > L' iiKi'i'ii, Nfvv Itivfill.eii. 0 '

aided by tho tfinporancp organi/ations. Setietaiy.T11EADVAXVE was allowed slU) for a stove an(I : ) clhN-, .. : li ) tL'VES. '. : _'_ :- --;, At Mlxir,. :>,: tm:_ -., t iLh Ocxv.ii.a| niv f up 'ii.' m wit oi .si.ui'Ji ijt'. \- ttivcr toj i I> ;-t- ;+ J. VT ( ,U.NKsVlM.K.: Ft-V.. )

Thorp remain* ntxloubt of the triumph : Ob CIVIUZMIOS. sumac work iiecik-d in the house. Silk !;n !! -. 2rlmvr-. :.u.d: a'.li'f ::hI h- si.Mltl.tmi.i.-IAt I- 1 itu i'i i l"i i ci1. Soiiil.cri. I: -ir.-.t.)! ']j I Hani?** I ln f < lv i liiiir I'-uisifsAtt' -'i'v aid,: i. :N-pr. 19, 17. 5 f .-' I

On motion of C'apt Knight it I matt-iial fur for lil.Kin -Vlllr-. 1i.iJ'! *'*k< otl'lT.IIl ,| i! 1lltvorif, I th"iu-e .oilh ;-!' .IIg j-tt.h: :\itr-e is l.-n-lay! -ivn that the follow--
if lime f.'re : p
ol prohibition hold their The closing of was; oidered \t ( : ... '' ., !, -utl. i":. li.'e '. N"IUvmr
; the great cattle trail in tu rt .... I rinrnu 1'u.i;. ,i.l! f.r.ml l.t.i: i- i *-M. f doxmto I iim/-niK.L!! >.-ti-rhis t [ !i il ItS.i notice of BK
ground. The los. of used pay A. llddy7 70 balance di .- nil. L K< l.ui.1 a mi.! 1'.i III '1 time mI 1 iM Itivpi .
money by the the Southwest is the tlcaiest evidence jet I Ij :1e ( 'i"/ 7r. i vr c-iiar !K.-x-. xxitli Sif.iinf.TIa run s tIn :-I ."- ol l.f- 1 int.-iiti-ni t t. Ma'-u fi.inl proof in support
( ( ,
.. wholesale and it-tail whisky tlLhe.rs in given of the rapid advance in Civihi i.atjon on repairing Use lliii school. : : -- : ; M.J.I; 'j .1 tl: ..n,,-. ,i..> <-rM.ii..ittf rCoxt-in.a 'I rS-.Tont.i 1.ttm'a_ |i !LTiiitiitit; witliotni T mla-m' .. 1'itic Hill I| ''t iis t-iani! tint! th-it s.iil pnxif mil b*

i the elections held to date in Florid i is j G. VV. liiocr, I). \V. Giisson and Jucp'a :, .- I (.'! ( i-i.S ;;E'V.. 'iK!: V.NH FI.oKlIMi.V'I j I |II'NttV[ Il-; : oi-'uM-Ti; : : -:' iiit-la F-t-roM- Le-i-t.'ran'i, : Ilc-ccive *
i in that region of country The trail : J n il_v- i. .1.1To ii i-:.. IIA. 1 < : .
giew Glisson NO. ,. -i'tn-s'.il.
but poor onrouranemeut for them tot weie appointed trustees for tm!> Mlti'I.lXE.S.i'V.i i : F.I: m Situriliy: )et. 29ti,

miii'h in narrower year after year settlers came1.I L'urksville t.c : ; I Ii'in 5fiiii.ri.iT fit the iini- ,.f fi\! 1.--S7, Vu/ : .liairi I*, iliekle ,'f- Kin sltT.I'l. .
>pend or any money liradtordcounty. ftl.ool. \o. 4i! by oiutrt.f tl,. 5tr 'r"<-! T'l-rn tUIiU! '* .'slIm.|l.v. an I rii.Iix'i I : c 'iiI .
: Beside, tho liquor tr thc in our I in and took up the unoccupied 1 lanil. until Hoard. I-m-'i- .1-1. !.--. iixil!>- I ii..liy. fr < 'liar: --i.Hi ..i : 'i.n I rio-> | > In-- .i\tit.'j I t '1 .\vr-hij .. I ., HE:. No. IIXHB' ; fu- tl.e.Ni' of N' i

0- :: I last season: it was only three ails wide j -ut .v 1 f.rm will i I I etideiverto: I n.erit si Ntii. r | Iit- :1t.t six, iii.-.rtmI \kl.,, ;iion.r -N-.- S ij> is: i HXL. .

county is not KiiuVient to warrant much The salary of Green Cove Springo: (I- 1 coi'.tiiitni: :'-" of jour very lihi-r.il t tridc. I by i l-: S 1.-i.iNDJsIf-T} | 'ioXMishij- liiiflo i ; 'IIg.. Jjijt. 4iividjii't| i I lie; n-iiiics the follojvin iVjttICSSeSIrate toj

.. outlay on ::opos of its conti nuance. j brtiely suHkient to give a scant: sustenance 'furn--l.iur! : vuur first .-i biMods ( s> : I lliiir nit-h 1 t .\-.i- iIi-
ou-d school \\.is clmtuueI to : I the at the l | iji-p-r K\pr> -- It'Min :- .i.i.-W>nxt-! -.. t Op. : ixxt'iity \ -M", Lh&-tit-' oet lout oi- rtl.Ia-imte upon[ an

[9I Our tpinperanctf petiple her, hivouiiiisiiallv : to cattle on tlHrny to mtrket: j 4.1: pay pin:- lo-\i-t p. i !i price we( talce: picture in ri \\ .In.-siaan.l Mitur.l.iv. (iin.--t x1. it'i' th.-! -,) ;Ll : isII '* iI iIi -;. cal'ivititti of, sid luiid.; vIz\ : .
cipal
t. lair opportunity to v\in MIC- Now. it is announced that time cattle men i per month, and the ns-isiai it t': Mini niuciiijr! that Mr. I )avii\ \iii\\ :.tihi\ \\ n>- t-i--g.a I:lti! asv 1 M k-I>...n.itrM I *: ml It. >av iil.i.I.ar>nat... ,.iri-r-Mi'n.ii-rlii'i..u-_' i.r I, u-r <>i To-vii-liijt M M-SI' il I'M. ,- ,1m. j 1--; ,, > < Nouhiiji.: of Lftkevicw, FJa.U" .
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$ *- >. m-iiii; v.-iili u-. where he will le tomd i .v n t tl.roi'uli ilt'_ffiiiern: liuvii<, bi i -t.v.-mm| (,, .
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'rfir'-isti.ri altiuoi.! '
> s.In. have been compelled to nbuul'm it alj % I i'luljilfliilua 1 .\:,-\v Y.'i 1 I Xottl.jipof Fta.O -
\.( )Imrnotizmii of Cant. Ivinglit. n.nlv: t<> -civcs! it-iiy I ll cinN: :unu a.l! l I.'ston. V>'A1.1L1: (J. (COl.KMAN. Iho hi!" of Clsiy t-ois'ity. tntnr; North J. silc-x. f I/mii
\Vm 1Chalkcr p.iin ( Ha.K.
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our next on this topic of j and that I. of said ,
r*. public interest together, heiicefoith. 'i'exts of :is. i i: I'VI'Y ( ;eri. TIMX-. _t-i&'. )ti(1lg ih" im( i otinty.tii the point 1:. -;_ IVnv. of -
: Middlehuiir. vv.is -I--! .Ui1- v;.!!II.-I r I with Ha.
will touch h'-i niniir
we the gr.LiiI.- % i.t '
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upon good re- cattle .sill be consumed by TCMIK t itIg ji.e <>i -
: or scholarship: to the agriculture : A. o. MvlM Xl.I.L, CICIIL at.Siarke.iof ; > ( TrruVi:, JJcrister.
stilts to succeed prohibition in our county from their (-hm.), mi! : it : CO. Cfiil\ I'a--. s, -
flipped ports direct to Europe. ; -iigiT au.l j I ioit! A.f; i.r. -t_ 17,-(;J\v l' S. Land OfCfoooWHYYOTo.
for the next two years at least. Lake City. __c--n-a-fl -. I' u I' 'TAX: V.I I.I.I.. : :< u.1tL.IN I : or .
Baltimore American. ;.i- :>--.t! '-Ii;.( ri'ii' fl,1 iaf.
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t ( )hi of No. 7.
-- motion Mr!
Gciji r !i.' i.i.r.l! {
When the system is debilitated by dis When of malaii.i jotnned till the lir-t AKE VIEWCLAY COUNTY !lUvinnin) tri 'he I rimer oi
To\\ushif -
symptoms .i.imtli' .
in i in -anlixtat p
appear[ : Xovt Town I.otrtin L.AKK \ IK\l mar bt-aaiifol Lake In.iii. anut & '
JkIL. case, it should be strengthened and re form take Avers Ague lLit her. ) Ing.tey. I'nctf iMO in,iilt. aud $15 f r corner lot*. 111'ti' ) xxnik Inr u-. tlian at ai.v- set-n at the I line of 4 I..y rounty; tlit-in
any (*. It *!ftU*ill buy &uv-are tract for an orange k hiim.r .1-- W. thioii I ,.hi I the -iiicr it.itmii ATTNO
;; He wed with Ayer's Ssrsaparilla. This garden Youcaapa> m grovvor tru t m t 1i14 w.'ri !. c.ij.it.il i j it.,t -st I ) < a (I Township -
medicine invariably itself will prevent a development of the germs J. F'. OMUMS: each. A uton. pot monthlr ulllf hotel InMtulImrntAor* bout aul bioS l f> : .t ,tf| -tat.-.l Fr.---. it. .tlj [ to ir.inue; lino ihvKiux t Itanut-N
proves worthy 1 hou HS Mt* ,nlf hall ant a flumLI.r ot private -e-h1a.--. Am- i.tit-ran theix-tiifc. I Lar- 'iiil th -
of disease and rtai- tvvent.\-one, Mir< .
i. souilialonaV.ii I
eradicate them twt-nty
: of all that can be said in its favor. Sold ; u from! the Si crctunI donralrtarlt Uuilt. High rolling land. Pure ater ( .ttIiItIs 'suit tro.'i first stut: (-ostli itl.tu7.; | .
1 by druggist and dealers in medicines. system. Acme is warren ted perfect all health. Snl anl iit a map of Florida* t.niiHtn-f. UefU-rnotiMv. ('"> xcu ni-th.n,.- 1 U-.n-Jt- !I-i! '" tim thf? '.tIita J- .- anaadStItctiivla1, Ind-
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I c\cry A fall new tOWns aud railroads ( uct..e stamp to the ,, -..- im-t v..mr, .i'l'it- ., IJive tt'cm-e tmjm the inn oi Mid: |;j.rto TtIIi il) Price fl. Six bottles $r. I Kte fo school hooka. atl 1J il .T Tn.ict. LaM H ( o H o. liox lyt Jotk*.>hvihp. (Ia. an't tim.iI. .':i ; ( ...,,. ar- [ mxtrurtiait TfiicliinfbyThe
instance. nn -C I .- i -re what other trarli "'JCBtun't
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'. I :n ii r Till infunuation and MhtlmonUl* -
FLORIDA.1R CO roit.unl.! Maine
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ii working faithfully G. W. DilliDghnm Publisher, successor [ - .. .
CITY jdSs.Plenty r r aPeroe cause- It to G. 'V. Carleton & PROFESSIONAL .
-.,r" ; is a Co... has in press a I 1
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grand good cause, and we know that novel entitled At' the Mercy of Tiberius, | i t'Q IJ j "r).. { J ;.l! 1 :

there will be by Augusta J. Evan. DR. : M. D. ,.' \! 1;
of good rain this week; some grand good work Ala. 'Ibo/. of Mobile, A.l SCOT i : tJ i f.

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done by them. author of St. Elmo. Inlilicc. B.-ulah, '.

We subscribers at I want 500 new I novel] are probably: II '

once. the Literary Society had a more widely read than those of any other ItESIDENT PHYSICIANAX1> I ;
very j jSU11GKON.

Old newspapers forJfcala'.iSt- J'*. ,'bi.! I 1 plow. t'tirac in the Starve Institute "American:eIl uie.rycd.1Y.iodern,! author.. and their popularity i is t I Palace. Dry Goods 8t i : .

on Friday night last
office at 25c per1iun1rcal ;': :' the question I .
for debate Skeu-lictt. Terms Reasonable.Onice .
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was "can

County Clerk York and his deputy be obtained, from more knowledge 1- The following sketches wore taken from .' I 6t.. \1RJt1.11 -. ..t ::1r4A. .. .
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travel I
than
at Uuskius Store.
a modern Drug .
arc kept busy all the tune. I from books and history iu the librarv of Ii
was decided in the fiiend-it Is reported that the uithor died TATE POWELL M. D. V e :t''$ <* *1- :

r Cot L. B. Rhodes will soqn locate ,affirmative after a good debate on soon after the book' was fini l1ell. 'V care > II .

r in h'tarke. both sides. There were Home very not in any wisj responsible! for what _the After practice an experience of his profession of twenty has yeats no hesitancy in Ofl5& oo s .

\ While may be said! in them. Ed. in the and 11a 1n'1 ,
Marshal Wall has made several jretty songs, Wings, by the promising latest, most !
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scientific
treatment to hose asking hi
this week. llisses Powell and an instrumental services.

lj" very important arrests *loby Miss Hello Richard Ben Biigg Esq. Ben is inadequate: todcpi.t Calls to the country promptly attended. White aGENTS "ol ; Lac 3.IjjiirttMmT. "

Mrs. J. G. Wilber is expected to I were the wonderful excellence of his AK16POWDER Diseases of females and children a specialty ,

n'on about October 1st. pjj-licularly) I I enjoyable. All showing Royal Xib-s. He i is the Ideal: beau of all .
retu or
careful trainin, "Stu: ke's lovely Belies" lIe H develop. residence Office at in City East Starke.DI.Store., or at his AND BOYS' HATS. BOOTS AND SHOES AND

Cotton is now coming into mar- There ing into the finest looking of Dudes and

' ket every day. was a mery gathering of ere long he will stand on the street corners (OJEI ']A. PEEK FINE CLOTHING. .
ourvotrng folks at the
= Kentucky of our beautiful little city twirling

Mr. R. T. Richard, of Callahan, lIone last: Friday eve Games and: his little cane and pulling his lovely ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NO- .- '

, was in the city on Sunday last. rf'fl'ell1llellt, laughter and fun I mustache and with a smile and a bow -- .
I Pure. TARY
eIle Mr. J. \. Truby and faintly arc werethe features of the evening. will gather the girls around him as a hen Absolutely 3j1w4 64R0EL1L
gathers her chicks: under her wings and This powder never varies. A marvel STAKKK. BUADFOKD COUNTY FLORIDA. ,

expected beme on the first of Oct. IUNJJM.I-v: "NOTES.Webavehuda they Would not. lie is boss singer! in the of purity, strength and wholesomeness ABSTRACT OK TITLE and Heal Estate ,

fine Baptist; choir and it thrills our s'>ul as he More economical than the ordinary law: Specialty. .
: rain 1
the and Praotioal
Alacliua county went Ivy by a day gives force to his vocal powers. kinds, and c.innot; be sold in ,competition Abstracts furnished showing every Deed,
night 1l t.aud gardens: arc growing fast. with the multitude of low test, shorn
Lieu Tax
lien is also Mortgage, Sale. Judgment. Attachment -
he has
very cnterprisihg as
large majority.Mr. ThePuddjr owned in Mr.asschias constructed] weight, alum of phosphate powders. and all matters of Public
grove part by ,
a private telegraph line in our '
Sold only in cans.: Royal linking Pow- Tin Smith and Sheet Iron
Worker
J. N. Haddock, Collector atC ; been divided this last week by city and, when he gets his check from an tier Co., i\ValI-st.< ., X Y. Record & fill affecting Titles of Real Estate

Iif't Mr. Putt, of Starke.Thcvcl I uncle in England, he is going to furnish April 17. 'Mi.STARKE. in Bradford county Florida up to ,
( Jar Key, was in the city thiswick. Starke: with street lamps and strl'erail. date of Abstract. Starke Fla
and _
diy election is now being
So let be.
ways. it By one us.
held inthis county and &o far. today the MALE AND 1 Headquarters for FIRE INSURANC E SSTILVVIXG LOCATED in Starke, in the brick building formerly occupied by C

R. & P's. iv brick building il1wll1 dry ticlet is far ahead RUG our precinctis The Housekeeper for October will contain Globe representing Co. the Liverpool. ,. & London&, E. Wyman respect fully solicit work in my line Irom tie citi/t-ns of the town and sur

dry ud a full account of I he wedding of the rounding county. Ailoik warranteil. Charges moderate. Rooting, Gutters and
and will by inelos- no mistake about it. I I'
along soon FEMALE INSTIUTE
New aw dust walks I manageress of that paper in the Minneapolis 31. KKLHLh Leaders :. lela11.r.
arc the order of ,
ALL ORDERS
el the Minn., Exposition, on the eveningof R'r \ItIE HUAHFOUJ CO. j ii' Justice thcPeacefor Clay --- .- ----- PHOJIP'IIJ Y FILLED.
' day.lhe saw mill is in full blast at County, -- -- --

There. is rumor that some of our pre ent.- September 2$, together with accurate FLORIDA. Florida. THE UIJOi; MEN'S
descriptions and illustrations of the Vl\i\ i\e prompt attention to collectio can 1
3 oting folks are talking of taking Mrs Snith is improving and will be partiCilLIutS' Will open )I.miidiSeptember 5, 18$?, (iti1e'rIegLI business.Kingsley .

out; a license. Wonder what for? about in tfew days. : wedding dresses and presents.A and I continue ten scholastic mOL I its, divided -..... .. ...,.Fla.. June 23, ISSS-Sm..... nOXHOL.\n A. Lyon KIRN Fine Calf Alligator,
The copy of this issue will be mailed free into :a Fall Term of four mouths,
tcuperance folks held! a free meeting
Dr. Gaskms will soon commence I at thc to any of our lady renders sending the!r and a Spring Term of six mouths. J. W.HIGGINST SHOES :.50. IC;,gr w> I'-irnl Sewed
I apfist Church on Sunday last address! to RATES .tuition. $ .OO.) $3.OO. and I

to grease up his ginst and get ready there was line speaking and it carried s $4.00 per month, payable at the end of Ladieswmnommive.been: BOOT AND SHOE STORE
I TUB BLTKKYK PIlL Co., each month. Music, :3.50 month. PlANt TUNER' REPAIR Ell.A \ Shoe made [to order ChI.OO.
:fur business. convictioito all present. as is shown in per wearing 'i and :) .-
I the vote tday.Lawtey Minneapolis i Minn. NO deduction[ made for any pupil from

The orange trees in this county Circular. time of entering. end of term except for 1 1! work "guaranteed. 2S years off cx- Shoes ail desiring, Also Complete Line of men
folks
: well
were represented at I
protracted sickness or by special agree perieuce.STAKKK.
::e looking well and will bear a (his place] daring the past week. Some To the Citizens and Business Men of ment. 1 Economy ;Stylf 'aol: STARKE,

i nil crop of oranges. wcic boatit: ;, some hunting and some Floiida- Having employed a most competentcorps :, FLOHIDA. Comfort, should try :\ Vomes, Mis-ses. r54>y? and
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ratioo.'f of teachers thc Principal is prepared pair of (Celebrated: \ .
There was a pleasant;: little danco bathing and all had a good time. Ih\1t: Sins: The Grand Army of the to otTer every advantage to those desiring F. J. FIELD I line of Shot's. Ladies: Children
bhoes, come *mj
More .x ext Time. :
Republic Department: of Florida, will a thorough and practical education I FLORIDA.
a.1. )!!s. F. B. Jones' last Tuesday at a ]low cost.Instruction. French Kd| hol''
leave Jacksonville
1Vlldrrul'I ''. September 23, 1887, to ,
BRICK
MASON'S
jill had time.; thorough. Progress : WORKPLASTERER. .N
a guaranteed.
jolly The election at preciuct >lo. G was held attend the National Encampment at Si. An early entrance and regular attendance !i'.Ic': -. ... :hl'l. .

lion. J. 11. Richard, our County today, it paaud oil quietly and polled u Louis. There wi 11 be iu attendance'two especially desired For further M.L'Enyle. W. A. Le/

the TEl.li office large majority for the Temperance ticket. hundred thousand people, and Florida information address. .
Judge: paid lUl'll ALL WORK GUARANTEED.BOX '
a pleasant visit this week. Grandmother Thomas, who has been must be represented. The Florida Department 31. A.CLA11K, A. 11. : c:htc 1 Xj.i OJ r ; ''fft[

sick for a long t time is nov improveing. Ins agreed with die aid of the Principal.Aut ) 41 STARKE FLA. ,

Andrew & Alvarez have prepared She is between 88 and 9.; years old, and Florida Railway & Navigation Company 0, '8?-tfORANGE July 30 87. (I. HENRY j. L'ENGLE, Manager.: W. N. BAKER. Cash

a lot of new stalls for a large has kept her mind remaikably: well. to distribute and place on exhibition any L. C. HULL .
4'Y. -' .
Mipply horses this winter. Mr. J. B. Fonts is making syrup[ barrels] piiuted mattel and! FloriclPOIucts: ] and COLLEGE; i.:.i.d...'O.'"r'.'J, b JFIA.WILL .

at his mill. curiosities! that may: be sent care Ticket (o & 1SUILDEK.STARKE -. ,

Rev. Mr. Browder, ofY:11,10, Mr. Coloman, I.f Lake Side, 1ms rented Ageut Florida! Railway & Navigation STARKE{ FLORIDA. riH.\l"lOH no .\ c'ESEUAL[ iuxKiia BUSINESS. Dit': >-irrt RECEIVED. COLLECTION* '

was in the city -Tuescla)'. Come I Mr. J. D. Desacts place for 1888. Mr. Company: Jacksonville, up to and including FLA. JUDET USUAL RATES OS txeu.GZ
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often Bro. l.essant is going to Green Cove Springs. September 'J2. ThU matter will he OPENS SEPTEMBER 5th. 1887, .--.--_-.--- -- ----
transported] free of charge, and all costs LANS and I specifications furnished on .
The HelmoresikW and continues (ten months with! vacation IJ .
mill is
: kept running attached will be for short notice. Carpenter work tolici-
Dr. Tate 1'oVdl l..u iP.thebu1ltfrom employing a bill nos- Christnns week.TEACIIERSG.. .
: tefttl r. tell in St. Louis for a few (i.yS. Fruits : ted antI promptly attended to. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS "

Capt. Richards bend ou one TheIis"iolllry Ilaptlstsil! hold an association vegetables and curiosities will not be returned natural cic'n'caIHI.the P. Young Normal teacher Depart of Hand made buck for sale, ether at the

lay this week, i it \w'as a 3S calibre. at Kvergrcen church two miles wishing, but given to donate away to to the visitors. Parties ment. C. J- 1 Denton, A. U., teacher of kiln July or 30 delivered, '87. at the depot. ,. -

b south (Wilderness, beginning Oct. 13. above will the Classics I Higher Mathematics: etc. tf _..--_._.. _-
Ol'mlth ir donations = :
Lzt We saw Will Kppersim in our city lb 1 ;7. :\nlllt"otify please: C. 5. Bcerbower as, per Passenger above, and\l liQ"vocal u. I. Pearce and teacher Calisthenics.of Instrumental 11 : D.:.r MASON.ST.HtKK This pop.'ilar; watering place, with a new ami commodious HOTEL, in
music :
::1bI this week, Ch, if he had only The primativc I Baptists will hold a Con. Agent. For further particulars address GOOD nO.\HD-l'an be had at ::5 per the }beautiful 1 valley of th,.' Santa Fe. twenty-five miles south of Starke, i is .

brought Miss Annie. with him. 2 miles east: Wilderness beginning above, or committee.[ week payableeekly: washingand ironing FLA.HOUSI now open fr 1 the reception of visitors.) To( the overworked t otherwise

the 2M M. V. Raley] extra. exhmaustel : im.l ile'ldIitatt'il 1".. funwl not onlvHEIJIU
Col. a large assembly] is expected ami Jim T. Talbott.Committee it:lilhlll \atI' wi
hisAscnsib.backto
.Til.nDarljyjs moving lots of pretty' girls G. A R. TUITION PE1L lOXTH. ] and rigu I 1'ainter. Kalsomin-] ntFIIJ ant EX I I L.H.rrIU( nr'r STRN(1'F1L EXIXO

the -iiue and will I should think the girls would get tiredf "ToM.v Primary $1 .;\ Intermediate 2, Higher and paper hanging neatly cxc- all( I 'i \' lrmutil } aims! giv imig tunn tn tl18

a< "'-f. pirents"C ]having! the srit.irs.Although $3: Collegiate $4. Instrumental Music $3, cuted. Orders left at The Starke: Telegraph spt'f g&'mierallv. TII S art i'li'asmiit; an.1 tIl clrivc from Stark .
budd a l..t .ide WlI... : boys .say they had been we have a rather small vII. use of instrument )0 c'ellts.ll tuition Otlice will receive atten- fine 'mmmilulitimmt'
prompt
of romantic
over ( ; hill awl hammock, : ami intvr-
--wTHteJJLs: ::. w h.'OnIP. in 'late. Iagl'! here: tliC'rere encouraging prospects p'ayable: monthly. Initiation fee :; 1. tion. Refer.uiccs; given.if required.AUIJ. : country
Mr. J. C. Beck d Lakeview was; '- --- I ahead: : for us. ion (:tin ;. Tlyi' tablewill abound with the: best the country afford* and
:Mr.i CJco. Fonts has his inventive 1'1'(' 'tl1'"fe.* ir/in.J very
unfortunate 'as to lose his horse I'I put There was i utire'.t lug temperance meet. to scholastic county pupils. no pains wilJt spared to make Ot. guests ('omfolta !Ic. Charges for board

jo; mowers to work oa a rice huller which. we ing held ia the lonia Baptist Church last Primary $7, Intermediate $9.50, Higher will be : per"inonth, or $G per we k. ( half price.
: ( Chiol'anI1Iur
while in the cityxii Wednesday.Three I iopc will be a success. Sabbath.l lie vs. Kicklitcr I I Cummings $;1a. Colleciatc lo. J JI W. HICKS U. .
-- -- and I Richardson / Hl. Proprietor.
!presided over the infecting Free school begins October 1st and i is
: colored prisoners, who were L, tKLEVIEWDO1'LE12SLa1evici and iruve us great pleasure. God speeiithe absolutely free to county pupils. -

confined in the city jail, escaped by goes the ticket clean dry. cause.The: Fi>r caialoLTirj! or particulars: apply to I' From five yca ul3ba.etn e or jt. 1 have uniform1fCmt Patientslalniiiiig

Itny Brigham shot a MX foot gator ]last rain has: started every thing with G. P. YoUNG, CITY I Ir, ( a a rIO,1U ement; of tIl. iligestuve organs mncbhcnefttCjh
cutting out with their pocket knives new life all crops arc ]looking velIV.. badly w Sprint-* wali-r, and have noted
\.veek. .Jum' > (C lim. Principal. J
.".. Non Imp, spent Sun-lay with his family ; o
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on Monday night. D-RBIUC %\ O II.1IH UHKSSICR. I itism and neitraliru- troubles from
Masonic this -
meeting Saturday the 24th. but has now retimed to St. Au'us ***
Golden Dawn. A. II. POWELL M. I).

I The surveying party patsed Work on the hotel is progressing rapid- tine.Rachel Silcox i is still on the sick list. PROF. .1. E. Duu1; am pleased to say OPEN AT ALL TIMES. J i t I a', July .4 1. '81., tf.hoof .

through the city ou ThtisJay of this I,y- The place of Mr. NrNon. is hl'in.wc'lI. I Ieiidi'd 1'01.'cHlr ben-tit antI the public I that. we : \''nerchantg "fei_"!13, ,1'I 4 -
Mrs. Geo. IIonc.-by will improve her have: been ii-ing your "( oldemi 1.lwn' fora : \ nets- /r connexioneCuhtomlIon.se ni. q Aik ysurrlaflirtq'
( by I D. J. Silcox. Mr. NcNon is
week. a line from SHOP ON1 GiST. JUST EAST Then KUOB or te JAHKS
They are. running vjir or in iv iu our f.l.llia.1' : : find itin"ist > ni-tn I'oiiartif
: ots 11town.. expected" spend i the winter in our beenintteachin ngtoloun
Live Oak l\alatka. : excellent for pain ant I nervousness.VcchcciiuIy t in the effects of and c appears plainly tb IOM.MEANS .
to midst and we arc sun to welcome him.lie .
: -
Mr. Fi'd Thoma built OF RAILROAD. riotih
a new storage \ I recommend(I it. I ; at Uitch- feofrWt
I has; a fine place pleasantly: ; si t l1a ted I.ur. I. .t
Arnold.B rimer a respectable I lam on his place la..t'e: T. U. MII.XM. M I D. : _thr Vctiand \
very liurnton is makesome _
Mrs. I r. Mary (; iiz.las: made expecting to Leesbui-r.. FII., )M.uvl! 2fi(;, 1SS7. Will constantly: keep o>i Innll.1 full f the re'ver. 'r '
colored .-"gentleman, who lives many addition I to his house soon. PKOOK. J. DooI: line of ih" f.l lowing !").lli for s tie.i rQtor' SHOE

about two miles west of town, i.s jicnds during her shoit. sojourn in our Mr. Silcox does not wee much Mvlittli! i ; son willie wn: cuivd ri:ht i DAN I DUL'FFv'l'RKtocle.uisc; the hair: r' hi Cl de not wear 1 long u t

. nidst She left for her home in Spring gain in the condition of his hands.: awaof chill and fever WiUI)1! ; CREAM OF ROSES( fr the face to n. b ES MEANS

quite sick. ['ark last Friday.Mrs. They time "01111'1' I),twmi." \V. .\. .4';mmt: ;mmn. remove sunburn, tan: freckles and iiinotli: ., _
well.
are a long getting

The time .for cutting rice is at : I Howe of Ionia was in the city a Iblph) Blanrh.ird: is the tallest AuriiKU PHH. I), miii FI"\:-Oct.I)takuI: G.I jilcasiire 1S! 0.. i in saying: the A skin.fullnl' of I iv-i/r< and Honc-i., const : ,0. S3 SHOE,

.
band and there. is aVery large crop f few Ilays last: week. dude on t this side, of the lake. Nothing that rOII' "Giililen: I) Lsv'm" and pilN I artmost on h.tid. ,!ld r.ixois repaired.: .-- i.:,:: V tat It li maitc for mAn whone ocevpattani *r. inch u
-- Jthcm to rnll for a lighter and more dr.y Wthna
will have I You can now get a first class shave: in like being noted( for something.Miss excellent. \V. \\ Si(:>rr.G.ii.iesvilic. J.'\V. IlK f the JAMES MJLXNS S3 SHOE Our H Sh kuentabliihrd
Thomas
to hanfest: Mr. five IU. 1NST.Piof .\ f T n.if a '
tIlls :own for cents. : Annan is Fia.: Spt. FI\ \ I p.nlan.nt .
having good hiicec -_-. _- -_-_._. -_ and durthtiltyurh as no nlhrr shoe has.nr known In tiihinfory
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rice machine ready for use so ;.n. "qr John White friends will h; glad to with her school. The scholar- I I 1)"tlls nifilieiiies, (Gol-i'-n: I D.i a'i. u I of the trade. No competitors are able! to apr.ao
s '
> ) and I'iils 'I '( It. Hie JiimoH Klfuim Si Shoe II light
y DysiMl.iryIeduimj: : \i-gi-lable I SECHETSOCHETIES.Itratllord; : () atl.
earn that her cold has; not taken a seriou learning fast. \u : i i and it Is m rlnn.br! nn aiiv alioe of It* wtlht .,,r
who have arc will I Rivers .V .Joiner J
t Ici! sale .
It is reported >y parties .. I be Io:!! Oil at 7 factnrri We confltlrntly a..irt that In Tcry vital r.-
:urn. as we see she is able to enjoy (he I Mix A. A.mlLh, nee CarrieHowe and L. (;I-is'iins d.-iu .t* ivs.Juie4S. Ii Iodze No. -12 F. and I Ill *p.it th ,Tam, 3I nu-i. 81 Shoe la equal to tJIe
traveled all over the county that .r : .\. .'5. }tegiilar coiniiuinic.ltions thrul I I ij ''L I" I'iml-ic-irril ihiira n hit Ik Save hitherto bma rttallwl at
? C
; I placid waters of our lake. pays a viit once in a while, r.\ .' :;" t4tt iird.irt in each month.JOHN !. .I / I Ii'i $< i-r S 7. It It'll a Itt'itm'-t f'p .nd la.iinlex calf amp.
there is a full crop .f corn ,this sea M". F. Shcferdek has taken I he contract we miss her, :111.1:1011"' Agnes lat --- ---- ---- }( / It uL. I.... \V. KIKL'ER.\V. M. I 'I alfOrkl"It rinv a i LI)311 rtttly rvquirr! month. nB b<>tt".m hn'lIklnC tnilcle. It 1n flt.". hie baMIc a
Stordan'
son. tlr. :clear 31'. I>.8. Grangers ." I tract it (11111.v Itt, i'4 \ j"irf-rJlVirnY: the lirst Tine it i n wurn.
.. acre Kiiigsk-y, seems t. .7IIj Jiimrii )!-nr;* mij l',>:'a siHwa wrre the lint J. tlutnmntrr
ind, set'' it out in fruit. 11Iloil't 1 the l} and girls get Why Y ouFeel 1.lt. View L'ulzeNt). 63 ol V. &\. .11 t- s' !'> lc.T.tTniv Iy ndvrnvtt. If you have beeadisappointed
oys
..
\ I 1. J. Til man, of Gatiievihle.sle11t Regular Moetin.iis second and i'otirlli I in (I'wr nilvrrtiwd ihmymir ezp.41e.cS
The "Dotlets" lit week good I Temperance order. There 1' : "-iRht to f-ar'i yen lhit It l I. Jafi'r to htiy ahm made bf
: were rcLeivcd a ,.
lip So weak and exhausted is because :. of month oVlork.F. '
lie Suuday and Monday of this your lll1IV c'\1; fir Ii'"ilr* ff a f.rstitm. ritlifr than iho e made by thftlliiTrcn.
(: at the oflice so I lute: I that I they were arc plenty of them aroun.l the Lake.: blood i is iuiiturr' As well expect the I 11En"EK.: ClIKSTKit; NlrrmII'I', t%,\ Tir.? Vh.-n are mid. by the Ixitt retailer*
1'red flllIlI' and we will place themeasily
United
thrwVnthe
week with. a certain bright eyed I ivoidably: ('rowckdllut. except the o'-il- Let us talk it up.Mr. sanitary condition of a city to be perfect : -rt'ttrv.; \V. : r.1MP'I.OllDE I The"ctorrl lh.l-tlir-mrri.r are,,.i tnlktar.b..t wfhin! ynnr rcnrh. In any Slate or Territory,it yoa
lo4I
I
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..--ii.. i.;" i. "i1* ".Y. "'P'y u p nil d will send us a{'bId card.
in this : ( II. Sitx.cr his Starke with defiled water and defective C c<>< of .,
young lady city. ,iarv. of Mrs. Cuiniiun;". pays : ) I OF HMD 3IK\: orkludiKn-n Ihi ,.rI'. "f lI..r oh.Tbol.n. -
t3 tOt hasty visit to such complicated I ; "".'., ',....""<- >rr'. -VZ' ..hbrt, ,. in lh.worM. .. J AL ES J] EAN S & CO
jrT\Tlju7lineir The Ternpcimice I ; meeting i that was to girl a sometimes. sewerage, an expect 0 : No. 1. FI.A.-Council ; lli<- dVt..c d .... : '!a' JimM .
Mr. and Mr.Stoughlon of mechanism the human : OCol.Tlm i in'J4Sh. .t. h.tt r. ,:.:......Jt:.'uct.a.wt l U>,
( lave been held here last Mor.d.iy eve. was Little Uuiul.Vitality pii-ct a Fires kindled (':1'h \Vtdne.sdaj's :Sleep, i UJEJ ara bolt t.Mit. 41 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass.
of in the frame to bo in good order with impure ,
Lawtey, were lOt opened on :account of the wither.Ihough : at theirVigvaimi.. Starke Fla. j.
ofrl' -11'11i
'rot. Luid city on Saturday attending} the Hev. IlHfinlsiia. iiutoli blood circulating oven to its minutest I Transient\ JSiothcrs cordiallv il'iet to !!Full line of the above Shoes for sale by
t
on as
.1 : is nut always innate of li.un with I I th"in.: veins. Do you kimothat every dropof I attend. G. \V. : ( y. |

Temperance meeting. I[ (I' :appointment we thereby misled but '11 my i instances: arc known. ivi ir' it I your two or three gallons of blood I ache!. J. ALVAREZ, Starke, Fla.Services .

('tOII I I'arinIheir I eloquent gentleman.Mr. : has: I been :acquired) I the ]persistent} :and! passes through the heart and lungs in : ..hs.1I.I j

The Telegraph has a ne\v fore I judicious use of I Ir.ilaiteriIron T.mic. I Chief of Records. -. -_. -
Odcbnttiiid : l BrownVai called to .Jic1.iiu'jfle I about two ant n half minutes and that :----T--T-- I :: = = -

ml1111'. A. I D. Magbee, of Tallahassee 1 this week. I j 'I 1 lie men composing[ i the crew of\1 r. j on its way it makes bone and muscle i -7---- May- L-tlsio:Xo. I-o-I.- | --e Iii Ht'iI 01.t Etr. ,H Y.

V and beat J HelI.l'ummill I I returned Xoilhla (Cba'.keis: log train who wero arrfste I j i brain nerve all other solids q, O. O. I'. Mfets- t-v.-ry Fri | -- !
tor'r.L p. : \ve now propose to ; List \\I'l'k1'1'0, taken I before Jud.e i and fluids ant of the body ant ? The is "_ : 1 -lay ni;.:ht lit I ":1 Krllow* : IET! [OIIIST Ci[ I ew 'il. .
the world Monday I though wllli I a lie ivy In-art: ( "'[u-'und.of oramr*! Park w ho held them loot 1 Mull. Transient I.ro'liernoonliilllv I 1 II 1 -mlsp. ,
on a : evrv Nurxliy ;m. III. j jat
county paper. the Bible .
the nourisher or as .
.
lie will wuik 1 earnest in the interest of the lor iii, > each; to appear at the next lenn' great I ; invitif I tl attf I, 1'p.. III, I 11'111"4 i.45t .11 Z 'l'ime';':li, 'I ..
f fI F. J. FIELD.StiTK.O'V Jo..ml lYE
of '\ ml. 1 IS.iil 1 was promptl.'urlli"hel I, terms it, I '
I ]15' 41. Nuliloliraml.Vio in. 1'rsiy r llIteiJThllls't.. \.. ..tp. "I
(camp: meeting I be held: here i in I lYbruirv. "x 'fHE
ONLY TRU3
Land of and 1111'11'ell'Ic'l.
The Tropical : Company the Wednesday, .
i \ '-firan I 3Iitof ; I j 1 Henry 1 Kane: and a colored man, employ "The Life of the Body"Is I'T" 'I i l 1'1"V.. S. l.'K'HAKDSON'( 1'.1'i fir.I .

V Lakeview, have: had} prilltl',1o itiic Lust: Sunday I: at o'clock a-s jier an- <,.1! hy'.Mr: J I Hoiiirhton[ weio ;arrested on a it any wonder, then that if the bloodbe Ladi'" I I S'lii I 1- .s.-i'1..1 I ::' 3: n a. '!. LiRONTO1IC

very neat little circulars which they I mnmmmetimiumt-thie "iiiiiit" nIJli..I: ] t hitch | warrant fir obstructingMr.. Chalkl'r'; and in its constituents I rHi'-f I' from I iioi I- j :., I!t.// 1.11.IU! !( '!L\ HII. S.ircM: t- it
.\.t4 tilled to overflowing to iic-ir I Ii lli's.: j I l lot: train.: On) Thursday. the men were not pure perfect ,'Vili,1 : I ia tl.; I "al. (1.lin.f.( r IJIUIV MAUilN. S.1\ i.. c"'tmr'.e.
? III*. to distribute freely the next brought I bcfoio .Insti'-e I I of suffer so indescribable "Willlil ( 'ol ;1 l '
propose itihard i : <.,u. I Kicklitcr and ('IIJJ111in;. Kirkpttrick, you many Slfll'II.! I ll I'sil i-'io' Kidnoy .-."l>l<... i
I < u-en i Vive who held iheni t'-lnn?] ) l' "'h! I ? ,I : -
these symptoms IiverlHcfrul'it .
few months. t-peak on Tcmpi'inncc gcntlrtniiihandled I :! ot-.hv tsiki'iir-i! dose of Sii:>mous !. ttU'iJ.f
, CIe __ __ ; tlrubjrct ('I'\jtlhly. and are ah : to iijtpeir at the next term of tiLt I Ayer's Sarsaparilla stands .head and : >"r ii'tcrd! :iii"r or" :npp"r, s'> ;ts I|, RA I"! .0 ( 0
; Hail foriiiiiiinu. ,
i 111/1"11111' t'urt. not beiii-f I SorviiH8t t a.11 N 'i sit.
lii. i
:honor to any communityluie! tn-y! !my c'. Ibf ". into j.ill. III shoulders" above every other Alterative [to iti'iviIbc !"') .v.'I"! -n a "I I iv. !nll-i' ill ( Will purify thn B: oot.rot"l'"
Piedmont itiol at Atlanta nn-ii weio I'i .- uu-cEi'.i o.'r-rv \; :ir' iy i is r .
.1' .
Expo 8 \ t that: IJI'alllllH'IH 1 I 1.1..1 t Suiid.iyv " l hl :< : .tt \ ; tilt LIVEP ard KlOHStS' Jit
ovriyone I i tIns eao': :as i in I Iii' previous: '.I.n o! tb and Blood Medicine. As proof, : In' !. m-. .\ ;i.Li; t:. !>. t i. ;'.. 1". JE'4TOWttILEALTUjiidVZ3.OR -
tli.-
I p.
ATFFLA which. willlH. held on the loth() to22nd 1"tcd I HI'Hil the dry lii I kct h"\rII"JII.on TUCMIV of!:; 1:11'1..1'pnt 1t-t. 'L loj tain! III" !. tho purties: waived an I'\- I'I'i read these reliable testimonies : I I wi I Krtriila!! :nr'v! or. In"r It'an .inftn1.1.! .!.1'1'iI'l.in: of i iI :.:Plli i I': ..- .' *. >. i.i -. ttOvi-. ." ;. .,.1! : ofAppett'of YOUTH.. In.jc JJr'OI".W._j".I..cll.eftj'nllfo !

of October to a big I : ; :IlIl U.ii"II.1 r. Houjrhton arrived beie O. C. Brock of ., say: I I Ci, .1!i'-. i.Milling, Ilk ;,. drops : I1I..rllil. .t ::1: :'> and Vred.i,Ii.,t-
Lowel.1a's.
promises :;i ( ouple of day this eckt1ic'! of t ti Frid bis .011.1..1 bu. de'-iin.I Ij : ft. llt\ '. cilatalr ro'trl Po._. mwrnnd .
gue.si on iv with i "For tine past 2T years ,' sold i| tt'ri J lff. TiiH i ;mnii' Iris: lime r.-l ; A. cr. j II ;; :iZf 'i;;. -> .v- it".teil.: ...
affair. IVesidcnt Cleveland: i is cx- Mr i all.11 I rs. I M.-ck. j to LT.i '1' ,li..ii. .is be 1'1'\ ..... 10 lal tin'i Ayer's Sarsaparilla. In my opinion, i I'lO-il 1 of *.\'\ tix-r; ; I Illl. 7 I I'. li. M-: J'i:\ ":. :... .,i:!" v". s.ci.fi-re.>" r-r7rQ}.&! n rreev..tb> DUI

L. foIn One alwa\, < nj'.iys' a visit; to a InMUliti.l" : I ,'aoI.IIl'Jore .I I 'udgo li.tker, ..'. i'-r.
}crU-d to lc, present at the opening. I home: ami I how mm li more "u when stu'ileil I -'Pl'llll. I of all the diseases arising from impurities RUlfTSrAGEHf" I !ull'r'IJ'I..L.,nor fro..(.! 't.J t.r. .
h -- of the blood contained in this : I'itIit't L\S: ':t' : ( 'rr.[ I L"1.Mili '.* Z
i1f.If -- I on I hit' in.ir.rtti: iu of a beautiful I lake and'I -- -- I are '': JICI lOt 1C
I
f ., ..r".._,fy"tii'. (uv.a.rp r..J.,,!!kv. O'
j '.. iiiJi. I ls7arecn medicine. : 'I
1L John Sam fct..tlhdr I t thai! 'Oil| I ti I "pleis f. S.TVU-C--" ;.IT -: : msc. .. ."lI'Il'...
on the ,
Kglow, on Perry'splace C can eyes Mvnery f -ti\; ] ; i' ii> > All r.t" i-r e .nt..rr"t.-; .do :-
eceitkt. I Mil loumls I the lio-pitabli-home ot t I tin! af : C ivi <'prini 1'ia. I IMr Eugene I Hill, M. D., 3S1 Sixth Ave., p.i-h. I'p, mid tli'r lit al lies al : I .:. :- : .\ ri : 'i.. !*.... fir. ,'riLl' I"-, ..: .,.Q., -., -'O..t.A '.cU
I
west of Starke: brought the ; : IM; ward Hl'o1I.ir please no'.v:; New York says : "As a bloodpurifierand pI I t.f j Situ i.iy Sii.! , ,, .
j rah \11'I and Mis.i I K. 1 of i ..
( 1'iullv.. KitigsIcy I
Cure ri C hi..JIell
I. I
I !" 'I" "" SJ.EM'iai/ H t.n3tiiItItto -r 'c
I'le-e: iis- i of tIle I I\C. i" 1'ir.v )
wontouti) do a (ivor for mo ; general IJi.ler-up system I' :11':11' ; :1. III. -f. : r. 1i1 cb- &... Lk-O .II.i D."n. .
Jj4f.; llr.st.ripe Strawberry of the season', I and their way of tli pen..ing' it. | out wlieU.er: Krai kie IVrliteis! :in '\',-v--. have never an..thil to equal ', ,.m'I',1 I I 1 v !i' 1 t t",[0". 'I'i-t-... i'.t.ut.' '!I:.,'; mnv.1't.CitS'1. : .lm"t;"
.. and presented it t to Mr, F. R. Morgan I Stub. I os.or I not A send I her a tel.itrram i :a'"I""a | Ayer's Sarsaparilla." I gives perfect ki h'.l 3. v 11 t-'Y. or sifuriii i! -!od. I Irtv.ilsn I :- -- :... ; OZ. H.A2TEB ;mfPtlmnlateo i zuuu,
---- -- nijht lint: I hi\e: not. bad etisI. iii"ins! sa'tbfactu. .\ .. t1t.A' ..!;..
I
I orin:i- tro"'s, l v tifIIH! ) I II"hi< front < i.
tIICStip30 Wednesdav}: of this week. I "'0 n'I'II I:(;rol"'I Ji s. I, fr'm her yet I'-e; tret I lit: r and tell her tit Ayer's Sar aparilla proves equally ; : .. ... .
:t tot'; .' .11'.oil! -.1 l l.non! I in- -11: ---r..S -: I.-, !: '" I I
tel hnr
here i-aad toI :
--- I > h com up whar you efficacious in all forms of Scrofula lric. .
The of lie farmers h
----- most t :irt I rtztthmcriiig ; t ,.t'hc4! at
: try :and I ro: tiii iii I III:') is 15 I'olers to -:I"e j i \ itu ;.IT Mitv ltil'fruit / '. of : G.; i'. YOII; ti. I 1'.I..r ['0 TitrspIis-:
\ tlis I their corn 1'1'01'TIll' f.tnr.crsliibs I Boils Carbuncles, Eczema Humors,
e were shown one : I "i- wa..l'.in th h I I'.AL AM !P :1 >::
L' I aiv ui-ttin to I be quite niimcrniit.there mo a a.v\.ir; ; ; : Catarrh &c. and is there- kil'-. A ::1" -, "!mrihe'! rn.e. or \ UI'I
,
wcok the cent : liWIN ii! .' ninht i mi-i: you i was -r..i:'n II | Lumbago, ; !
new two postagestaniip clti'is' ornuii/.i"ll in thisection I ,1 !--aillr-
lit. 1 werese\on : I in I. Iii", ts.ee me beloro Durrli.isiniriK : fiIi Is Lopr-.I.-lY! :l- ah a.i
1 < best
l'nttOIi.is bfin to iiiu'h !hll.1: .1111.]| I'.oxcs at Halwin w l" fore, the very i
: it very much resembles the :illiul'PlllotltH\\'l'k.--TIIl'l roceiil heavy; sbowi-i:, '' r.rokn "t'C-n a'i"i:1! i <'ft highland' to | and Medicinein ,.\. her". I aa: >. nufvtf-d rHii i;-j-ck- j f.V it 7::::0 i) p. r.;. : the lor"!(llhe:. IItr..rthbottelH -

oldtfci'iit: in color and t ;dusky dii//les which has a loinieme lo I[ VOlt I" .1:1":1\111.: j \\eiit and roiu Inn I ji Spring Family tii.i'.s and 1 ot'iert-eleUr'iiod; tuir>' ., : i.l STAIIKEcici en'thedJfC'elltll'eor aa", n.nlllt"2a.

stamp lIPj I oak e lie unopened fruit Jail: I oil'.-Mr.Matt ;i to Call: Iii iiii the llese.i m< and hot me use. I beats all," says Mr. Cutler i I ; '.- nil <'r'lci- will t ii-- tilled \vii:! | 2 >'l L->r \"- -J.iy: it > I a in. amid tiiri und are Hiscquuletl U.fj an

:i head..is ex'-u-tlv': .-' -the same. boiiseon: i: iMikes bis i i.f.irin erecting m ar time a l.irjrf:Spring.i,d\\e'i'!The j -_' j!I 1 Uie'rw t'I"II""I''lill to '-.I\\i1; ; n. w' .hi)ili:I I Eiw-nd:-11: f -i-t mo pltsetCI III :;; of Cutler Brothers &Co., Boston, .howAyer's I i ::...iMuss jii.r.iuu--of kiui.I.anti variety u'.iiitc-I. Lonl'ii.t ..' :at: .fJ:.HtI.-\:) ',i. ;u. AHTI-BIUeilS f EDICINE.In .

3I{:' : health'four' neinlib ihooj I .i.i ver :0111.1 i F'.iukii I to i'i-i IhA nmnv f'r me and i- I i .. deterniin-d to iiv siti-n-t.!: ;<.n, ,-.\1 it 4tit l..'ri-: .:ti\ n!:1 t I i it. III. nil: S.itH.tl.iV .- malnrinl e.ririq iheIrlrtiesar
w. I Xewingham will soon i' Cove1i I Ii Sarsaparilla .. .... ,., .
>
oiici' in a whilee have a ii.tht .I"P f otf'r.ThpJ'l'i. e,1 wai. pit I"11,1 br io ifiten 'o LIt! : I can do biis.s.c--i with the .s.jurtics .11" ; l..toT- :.! T : I ;J'Hi .1'. "Idely rcroid, !. I. .riIiarjir4.hr "( .p. e)
innvt }hIM,i faniily; into Starke, and it b. irtttinir to "t" iiiite' a i tel her ""C' must sJnirei-oni 1'1 I inard Broil does sell." Prepared by in the futur t .> *".:: (::-!!!:'. ;Croni 1L-. 1..:: -,"!-'.I.JFaaliy" ht. !b.oJ'm.na4cu&4d. .

is" 'quantity ol Miia'I' '1 ii..h t1 istrivt-tI i lloY tnolisbermen '! plese -1 to Caij'iii! : : -tn.l aell george '. I'. <*-': ..:!..:.... 1 ).!.I w.-J6 u. i"1eeCts.
: reported.that "he will a : llut'er'! to ::ve > Pmts take cire Oili'-e at G.irilii tr it 1'.alt's ::l" : A
occupy I in this! M -111,1..I.t'l. yo my Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. F.U-ll 1.0.11\! t H I .1. n'. t
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T ADTERTISINO: 1LITE.&RZL .-- I! POPULAR SCIENCE I h! WOMAN'S I WORLD" Trials of a Consult Cutting Glass With 'Scissors. COCKLE'S -" I D @r atA&3:

in which best be ]
A young fellow, writes dn attache td The way glass may ANTIBILIOU.S'PILLS

tW'' A shoemaker Bingcn has invented a 1:i an American cdnsulate hi England; unmistakably cut with scissors is told in the Pottery ; -:

1........... $1 11110 I'< 0(1 IT 00 P 'water-Velocipede, with which he has" swaggered Id : triay be cut under |
Bowery bdy, mas
1. ...... PLEASANT Gatt '
4 t 40( 8OO5QO2OOO LiTEitATunti FORFEMININE I tj-ET H/BTMTgD/
e. t made successful trial trips. I and demanded to be sent home t found with great ease, to almost any I
.. I 0110 O' 80 11 0 t2 00 .6 00 HEGn .A.X jaj. 'DON'T
4 8.; ........;. 01' 1 0 180 0006500 .. A successful attempt to make a photograph i HEADERS. he had nd claim; and denied Him. He hape, with a pair of shears ot strong. For liver; title IudIgPStI" 5WSSlUg7ni .Herients< ,- ( tim
:' !It. .. 10 0 2 0 t 01 30 0 0 0 of insolent and scissors. Two things are necessary for cntaloi er..
tt.j4 of a sunrise from the summit was persistent, and finally C-mffixy f NE'
Tencnut line for the Crtt and fire cenU for Pike's Peak has been made by C. F. Snyder j WeJndcrhii Thread-Work. told me he knew the ropes well; that he success. First the glass must be kept : --------. H- '

!f\\ "! ,- each nb.eaent Insertion.time upon applUetifon .' a member of the Signal Corps. I A young lady of Austin, who has was too fly for me; that he knew "deGovernment quite level in the water while the scissorsare risk KIDDER'S -, .
avoid
: at the office.SUBSCRIPTION. a1cremet I| Tidal observations on the eastern coast much time to spare and who is very skilful give me $300 a year to send applied; and secondly, to c' the Woe &

of America have acquired a new importance M ith the needle and excels in all fancycrochet de boys home, and I didn't send 'em to it is better to perform the cutting by them.iSKS bl JSftfiaMS5BOUGHJJDIBT
; : RATES. de tin." I called the bouncer, a taking small pieces at the corners and
since the Coast Survey has confirmed work, has made a unique dress. swag of Bu J ,
One year.:........... Sen...$1 50 b recent observations the older es- I The material is common thread, necessary appendage to a seaport con- along edges and to reduce the shape Potato Bugs Sparrows,
bli months-.. .. .. .... ... 75 y: sug spool to that required. The softer E ( OpbergClmlpflimnki, ,.
sulate for whom the Government ought !we )
tion that white and the entire dress is hand- gradually
there "
: Ail Babecrlptlont matt be paid in arttblr la ad. .. are tidal fluxes in the Gulf the Rabbte, qufrrels.itc. 2e.
I I vance. Ko ditcrlmlnaUon In favor of anybody. Srhrnm. I| crocheted work, beautifully flowered and to make an appropriation, and had him glasses Clt the best and scissors I

An inclination of one inch in fifteen ': strongly made, and about 10,000 yards ofthread thrown out. But he was the atant garde need not be very sharp. t
Communication of :
all matters idler-:
-. eat solicited from all open of the county.ctieral loc miles is sufficient to give motion to wa- were used in its construction. of an army. Within two hours fitd Mules. -

par. u. ter. An inclination of three inches per The sleeves are crocheted in the proper'shape fellows, one after another, and, with cunning Disappointed

<;, Directory--_.. mile in a straight smooth channel and are fastened in by a lock- effrontery, or insolence according .A dispatch from Japid{ City says that A R(1RE FoI I i Washing and Starching Powder. ,
wi .
---- to their natures informed me that they hail-storm passed over there the other and DYS1'EPSIA.Ovc'r I ion in AI1
i UNITED STATES OFFICE' give a velocity of three miles per crocheted stitch. is a very beautiful I a INDIGESTION bousekeetnnjr. A new .
., while three feet per mile would produce dress, and the young I lady tells us that knew all about it; that the fewer I sent day which killed all the mules in a .o PhysIeIan!have spot the U8 best their preparation appfovai of I the word, How to Wash and (bat. .

I KNATOBB : n torrent. i i took her three months to complete it to the States, the more money I made, and wagon-train belonging to the Northwestern DW.for :TYLS. saying that they that hare It I.eVer ,i-ied. Dishes Glassware Windows
I I Ion. Samuel PAHCO Monticell>. Ne" that I had better not catry it too far. Transportation company. This \ tn'UglstOt of a a1 of Dym'pepIa.he '$ ,
hlar.
: An iron and in ( ? .) Ikteilfa that not ruroi. I made clear a* crystal with Rough
of -Austn DICiESTYLIK on Dirt.
!j glass taktn .a
Call
lon WUklnlon Jackton>tile. apparatus I -- This was getting interesting and the statement needs little explanation. Of ir
whkh I INFANTUM. YOUNG GIRLS
CHOLERA TemoierD.
t a pressure of 1,000 atmospheres hoard thatI didn't kill the FOR -
nErnleINT4TIVES: \ Mrs. Private Car. next applicant for part of the course the hailstones really
Flret mRtrlct-lon. It. II. )T. DmicUon, Quincy- can be developed for the purpose of I rl1m'an' was robbing the poor of was closely mules, but when the first ones struck | It WJtL CURE. STOP THK MOST \ IN\ C.4SES'j lw I'irt. do in us me.washing and ironing a can o i
doe
A Philadelphia Press correspondent 1 WI.I \mlTSU any Boiling not ,
Charles IJounUcrty, Tort studying the influence of great WILL lalldr. necessary .
t pressure questioned. After a long and searching: them every blessed mule turned around Chronic ; any con be used in
Orange. describes the in which :Mrs. lalul! an.1
on animal life has private car For Smimmer Dlarrha b
h been exhibited to biologists lon
WASHlNCand
I old sailor whomI torCh of Imperfect J STARCHING youneed
u. P. CIRCUIT COCRT : inquiry I found that an and kicked himself in two trying whit-h the rcult dl.cadn.
in France. With it deep-sea animals George H. Pullman, the wife of the DKJESTYI.IN/r" will rfl ct an Imm.lat. no fear m u<}? thc* article; being free from
Fifth Judicial! ClrcuIt-IIon. W. B. before refused sixpence the cloud. It is the first time on '
Wood the
At had day a DYUESTYLIN for all dl"orde) ? vile alkali it does not rot,yellow nor
Pullman Car Prince travels Take injure the
Palace
r I 4 lanta,Ga., M>i>remo Court J net ice, a. ipned. : can observed under their natural :: I all from L
: for beer buttonholing every old castaway record that mule ever kicked at anything the stomach; they rome tf j finest fabric; bleaches whitens. Th*
I It is and 'a I DIOESTYUN (price 'I 1 largs c.t ,
1 lon Don A. Circuit compression. a comparatively new one, a druggist for per only article be added to '
l'ardre.1ewOrhanl.
L and beach comer on the quays and( t he didn't hit.-Daldta JkV. Little). Ifhe not have t It vend one dolar to 13 tht cn starch tot
dOS cold
\ party of ten or fifteen can live in it as I ('r ) u> a good body and beautiful
)L M.aUJackonleU.S.torley: northern I, White i i usually defined as a combination comfoltably as they could in the Pullman saying: "Go to the Yankee Consul if you Do and not WP hRltat'will (0 a send bottle your to money.you.eipres Our! hoW !I Ireuable. gloss; inslkt on your I>nipis-t or Grocer get-

\\'U. ISird. Marshal, Nor:hern strict. of all (colors and black as the absence here. At the rear entranceto I want a soft berth. He gets a lot of A farmer who has known of twenty- J'tt1t'bed twrntv-fl'f'yen 0., I t,UK it for you.H>&2-V.E.S.WelsJery City.ROUGHsECORNS .

I {1 I'hilipaUr.! Jacksonville, 1'. C. \\ilron.TallafctMCp of color. Speaking accurately, an the cottage is The: money to send poor fellows to the States forest trees being struck by lightning, aianafac\:) ...K.IDEI. "& _*'.,v. .v. j t '
F.t2. Humphrey, Pemacola, Clerks, Northern object is white when it bark all car a reception-room. h.lorsofCor8 .
throws
if
., % lltr.cu decorations of it are magnificent and are I and he's pocketing most of it: but says that nine were oaks, seven poplars, AI Iie. .

1 rrnM-wonTuzrN DISTRICT: tin rays of the light, and black when it of an Oriental character. In )'ou shove him hard enough! lie's bound to fo maples, three willovvsand, the others [LY' THOISANDS J I -r- :,
1 absorbs all. A blue object absorbs all ole Corer I send '' This ingenious chestnut horse chestnut walnut K Y H UrUSQS -: .
was an vengeance were a 'f
JarksonU'.lc.first Monday in I>ec< mber. there is an elegant- desk, and arranged L you. [S \
lallahaebee, Moudiy m rthruary. rays except the blue which it reflects arellobje.t wasn't it? And it gave me hawthorn and e} '
tnt about the lot of chairs n. J Jtuum
upright I
room a
l'cnpcIA. Monday in .March.v. reflects the red lays only, and and. a lounge. are A secret recess is in one I trouble for months. Indeed, after a ij l ELY'S CREAM? BALMJHAYFEVER! CURE FOR ,

I f 1 v. I DISTRICT COVIIT-Northern District : so on through all the colors and their of the walls, and access to it is obtained[ war a "Boston boy," as he, with visible Charles A. Tyler, of New York city, J ThEM OF : CURES WHERE ALL ELSE f AIL.
flon.Tboa. Set'le, 'clnie.> Judge.' combinations. I swelling, informed me, seemed utterly has the longest record of any postman in < Best Congh Prmp. Tantes good. UID
M. Cii1I.JackontlIe by touching a spring by which the wallis I U>ae. Sold by drnggteU.
It\ C. IIrd.Jack.olvle., ; toney.). i The fact is noted that, in climates having i transformed into an elaborately carved L ', heart-broken that he had been misinformed the United States. He has been a letter- ,tt S ..G'.Gtl S-UtftP-T-l- ON:

fl I I 1'blilp. \\ Clerk, Eastern Dlvision. a difference of seventy degrees in sideboard. in the streets about his chances carrier for forty years, in the course (of W x-glu Apply Balm into each .
between the hot and cold of home. He begged which time he has delivered over five
temperature earnestly
I). C.Utlcon.Ttllahascee, Clerk. Middle Division.r Immediately back of this reception getting
; 1 *. C. UninpbrejB, I'cntacola, Clerk, Western Division. seasons, a railroad track of the length of is the drawing-room of the car. I; a shilling to get some supper, which I million letters. DR./ BAIRD'S GRANULES*Lj

'I Trims: ; 400 miles is some 338 yards longer in occupies rom nearly one-thiid of the space. I gave him. He left me, and, as I acci- 1E{ ULAT THEJUOWELS.PUKl1;
summer than in winter that is though I dentally noticed through the window Ovcr-\Vorke l Women<
; Of it is beautifully furnished, j
'Eastern course
Monday In "
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DI1lelon-ackonvle.lret of course the length of road remains the I' particularly indurated old shcll- For "wor-out. "run-down clebitatll ,
t and joined a
c.mber. and in it
[( are a stationary piano a school teacher, seam -
I I Middle.OiTltlon-Tallahausee, first Monday In same, expansion forces the metal closer stand: of music. Nearly evening 1! back. So I followed them, and as I keepers,and miincN. eneraUr I Dr. JTY THE 1IL001), gingers and public !peakenl -

February.rsiern DI1lelon-lemac01a first Monday In together, making an aggregate closing up while Mrs Pullman is traveling every there is supposed, they sought the first liar. I re-storativc 1'iere-e's Favorite tonics.Prescription It is not a is the best" but of admirably all- tUnE DYSPEPSIA will find Piso's Cure for .-.
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; : )1 arch. _ ,.of space between the rails of nearly yard music. Her twin sons, who l have just I went after them and quietly demanded( fulfills I singleness"Cure-al ,Ix-in 1 -7 PILES, MALAKIA -

STATE OFFICERS ': in each mile. attained their twelfth year, play I my shilling back, under pain of prosecution most Potent Specific for all those Chronic Weaknesses : HEAD.ACHES. .: Cnnsumptionthebcstmedicine -
delght- and Diseases peculiar to women. ]t is a .
Gocrnnr-FAward A. I I| Some attention has been directed of the violin and of : for [obtaining money under false : l'nrelT
most
lerr.Talahu.ee fully on powerful general as well as uterine tOic and 'lo ( ff/r hoarseness and to ,
,, "torncy.Gencral-e. ,'oopr, 'flabtM! late to the phenomenon), as observed,that their mother accompanies: them on the 1! pretenses: but the Boston boy nonchalantly neM'ine.and imparts vigor and strength to the -- OIIP vutu-ut. ,ffIf.nblt'J:

Secretary. 'ra\'ford TaUahB'te. ::, the usnal heat produced by friction is l piano. She is an excellent pianist, and I .' informed me that he was being stomach whole sjstem., It prompt, }" cures,weak weakness back,nervous of- : the thing I*>I\II"f'(. .UM, .,, strengthen the voice.

;,; ? (:omltrCllr-W.. D. Barn i'. ''alahAue.. ;|' conspicuous by jls absence when the articles while the car is rattling along at the(I treated by the other felOan that my prostration!, debility and Ileepiessnts' in Anotlitr. 'Thc'y are Ind.vd do'
Crlll, 1 ,
.djul.lt.Genelal-lllld H l Lang, lallahassee.Couimifsloner arc magncti/ed.: An example of rate of a mile a minue the motheraud the, shilling was safe in pocket, where it either sex. Favorite Prescription, i s sold bj nut wOllprru. Til': nk Children -will take Piso's
druKKists under our "m/ii-e tiunrantee. Sec
;:: Lands aud Illi"atun- this kind, as described, is where a work- two children are enjoying themselves should remain. While I was hunting a wrapper around p Price $1. ) Icbel'. Tallahassee.Mimrlriten'tent btle. Dr.W. 3.P4inDPhrsH-lan Cure without because -
arll objection
i'ulilic Initractlon*-A. J. KDB- man fastened a couple of powerful magnets over their melodies with as much comfort policeman he got away. six bottles for $ Wahlmmgn'u.. S.. .1..:1.11 \Vt. ZV( t Now- Wlc.Speaker ,
I: .ell, Tallaliassee.Coinmitibiontr. to h his lathe to hold A large treatise on Diseases of Women profusely N. J. }"H l' A.'nl.I), ex lreil.nt.L.I- its: taste is
more securely a as if they were in the parlor of their: illustrated with colored plates and numerous X..1.. Hoard of Health C3 'uDlY Iby lcl. pleasant.
of Imnjlgratlon. A. Robinson! pjccc; of metal which he was to drill and handsome residence in Chicago. 1'al1- The ConntrJ's Internal Revenue. wood-cuts,sent for ten cents in stamps.Address &c IngtCI...*e. r !
a piles
TaUab.pce. turn,the of the kept the i from this draw ing-room the The of internal revenue by WOKI.D'S DISPENSKY MEDICLAssoci Another: l-aeurctl cfasevcrp. alai regard
SLTBEME COURT. presence magnets ing are Bleeping I vrioy. Main Street. Buffalo, K. Y. by their Iql. Caluot tu highly express Il) Tho-isandi suffer from ;
Chief .D6UCGC. G. McWhoner Tallahassee. niftal ,o cold that no water was needed to l apartments, and then come the: States and Territories during the past i> for than a
AfBoiale..11.tIreOe. P. Jlancy, Tallaba Valkenburgh Jacksonville. ,. ('
n.J'aD I Proffsbor Harvey W. Wiley has been a buter. two waiters a chambermaid I i districts will allow i to be done in that: smooth-bore guns, and an ironclad could knoe mall. IH istagc prepaid. TraUu' ulllle 7 whvllakIrulgbt might be cured by t
r ri'iiLic UNlU. S. Land.I the whole face of the rock to pieces without receiving : En.r.AIEp a few t
ladies' maids follows .
long in the employ of the Agricultural two always accompany way were as : TRY THEM AND YOU WILL Bb O\I
I Land oflce, (Galnesrillc C. Tucker, Register. a shot from the fortress in return. doses of Piso's Cure. .
I Department Washington, endeavoringto Mrs. Pulm:1 on her trips. I Alabama.............. $7 ,542 .
TATE LANDS master the whole subject of from A new car, said to be the most magnificent Arkansas. ....... ... .... .... ... !.IT.U'M: ); cleanse Dr. Pierce's and "Pleasant this blood Purgative and relieve Pellets"the digestive J.f
?.('p Land office, Tallabaaree 1 Mitchell, Com* sorghum. He concludes that, sugar that has ever been constructed by I, California. .. .. .. ..... ...... .. 2OS1-J-M I organs.purify. I ;1 Sold by. druggjata.
-- mblone. i:I Colorado.... .. ......... ..... 'M'AI \ \ .
: tion of sucrose by the plant is only nn accidental the Pullman Company, has just been A NEW counterfeit silver dollar has been detected ". 11,
i I Il'onnItiut...... ............. 451,4 ; Circulail! ll .
-4 COUNTY OFFICERS. j or:lh'antitiouo pi ocrss :and only completed for the family's use. With I I I.la ware.... .. ... .. .. .. .... (K{.3 ''j r in Chi
1- %-( County Jndje-J. IMrbard.. I occurs from waste He concludes the interior furnishings its cost is said to: Flor.ln... ......... .. .... ... :x>,'."I):i I When nil so-called remedies fail, Dr. Sage's I at LESS I I .. J

Clerk ibrtiff of-.11.Clriit W. COlrt-1. F. York. !I'I from this fact matril sugar sorghum have been loO,000. er ia .. ... ... ........... ::::V",7iCi I Catarrh Remedy cures. S ohtainablA el
; "rai Ai'essor-N.C. will never be an industry tint uii .. *%. ........".. 24vci'i,707 I THE balloon for the Paris exhibition of l&Miuillcarr nd IflvenUcrl'-. : Guide
Walnwrlgut. I anyonecan Indiana. .. ...... ...... .. .. 4.' -"o!", :;. mallcltr."I.I. L.C.\. 'I.II"nt-. .
I (1 Cole"Iurlayne.! 8cP2.9Li&T. : .j j long engage in, as the icsiilts will be TheSiamuese .Amazons. Iowa..... ....... ... ..... l-r,! >U:I lKailsis } up I l 11km< ) ersons._ _ "It At rt" 117 \ : :: )- I ..
I ("u'elllrdfIt, DoWi.'rg. t more or)less Sometimes plants . .Ml.rjo!(I 'RovAL GLUE'mends anything! Broken Chi re- any LJ; :
accid'ntal "" "" """"" "
-- 'F, ('()1-"n'1 lt (" ; "Ir..r-oho. -I' Print C a : may good : of at The Siamese I'rincewnitcs a New York] Kentucky ....... .... .... .... i2,417..Vi I na. (Glass, Wo. Free Vials at Drugs & (tin; Sl000B.ward[ .. -I------- tu1l:; whEflE ALL LISE IAILS.. t.
K-M-M-. u. IL: licascley oltr, \llkov.k"n.. and V M- other yich at percentage all. sugar correspondent of the Atlanta Constitution ; Lou'sin Wl.. .. ..... ...... .. .. 'J4.,74V:; afflicted with sore eyes use Dr. IsaiC. Thomi Nrr-ly. BCItC"ii" Syrup. 1a.teegOt. Uss -:
1- >Mutb.: none has given us some curious information Maine: .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .... .... :, i V-'V' : lon's Eye-water. Druggists sell atjc per bottle Menial or l W.aka.( that MolmnleMeiTf -in tmjs'. 5.iI byitruggiItE. -'
rhy.IcaI -
I'I' about the the roval l 111)'laltl.; .... .... .. .... 2.S7.1.V.I7!'I If disturbs Ititlrn tocure 5O Ci>."Herb M.dIC'D. Co. L '
King's ama/ons, cough your fleep take Pho', Sold : .
by
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-: CITY OFFICERS Old California Holds. guard l :la.ehuS.ts.: ........... 2,471,10I I Cure I for Consumption and rest well. 15 >. 111 h hl.ih.ladelph.a.l'a al DrJlta ,
beingcompOM-d entirelyof women, .. .. ... .. ... 1VH/.K)7,I .
aI .. .. ffl the : :*,
q: Mrfr.-lii.l-B.W,)'or-T. A.ft.KJI"ht? I.v "I was in California during the stirHng chosen among the handsomest and most I Minnesota! ...... ........ ;j4.o.>.> E R Pieo's tfeiEO'ly to Uo for,Catarrh and Cheapest. 1., "- .
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U-rk-i Spark-man. days of 1851-2," said an old, tall, robust giils in the country. They ic- I IIS.ISSlpPI...... .... .. 4U: (>Uii The ..Confidence F R ALE Bet. Iicst

A'i"e..or-1.D. \Vnl.! I: lattk minstrel man who hail: been in Australia ceive excellent pay, and their disciplineis i Missouri... ...... ........... 7s.xhio, A
1 r': "lfr-n. II.Jouc : admitted 1 Montana......... ... .... ..... HM,1.V: Of people who have tried Hood Sarsaparllla,In Oil II>T IN' TUT WOULDt
(?sIy.Attorn.y-J. 1.U'lls. ; for the last twenty ye-ars, and \\io I perfect. They are to !er'e ,i I Xebro-ska ... ...... .... .... .... <,:;'.1-,.4'. preparation. Is remarkable. Many who have failed IT_Get t vie Genuine. Bold Even-w here.HOMOEOPATHIC' .
Ai.lrrincn-Jbtin! liichard. J. M. Trilby., Tate I recently returned to this country to die,, at the age of thirteen, and are placed in i.|I Nevada. . ... ... .. .. ... .. ... 7n,41'.i I!' to derive any K"d whatever from other articles are mim cIiTt-Colli-fre. Clew-land. fk"'.by drreefc's or sent by ma
I rU''e.1 I. J. (;. All'\tet. I). L. Alvarez. being afflicted \\ith an incurable disease. the army of reserve at cnt\-five.. From: New Hampshire .. ........ "-i:1j';!! complntely restored to health by the peculiar cura | .; |: >;|ri4Soit| .".'{. hc.retnli>jiuutilrtss 5\. ', T. JI I azel.tine.. Wan

I It "I was fourteen years old or so,'* he went that perile' they no longer serve about, New Jersey ........ ... ... 4.VH.li! l lye povt ers of this medicine. For diseases caused t,} \William I I .M.lNr, ,".M 1>..M- >1 superior Strii-t. -.
I 1 Now Mexico 'erf: "MMI ; impure blood or low state of the It ,! E3.31 Great Gout an<
tc a of the the King's but are employed to ..... ..... system 1 un. C1or.niswm-tmms-'m| |MT : : S.iltxT Englsh .
: t MR. ijcixx, agent of the United on reporter Syracuse Sbiml- guard the person and the I NewYork... .. ........ .... ... ;.101,2<) S surpassed. I you need a good medicine, give Hood'sSarsaparllla $I.II.' but N".Ilnt..t INlm.I.1P'.llltI.,, ." -. Blair ,:9 c riilS.! Rheumatic Remedy. .
States (tr/,1 "ami a hanger-on at my uncle'smilling royal palaces crown North Carolina. .. ..... ..... .... lOO,7oi!' a trial. Uw.tl (.". .II ; riitmnl. ) % _
Express habit In 1O
i 1 Company at Chenoa, camp. We ran into San Frantic lands. Ohio ...... .... ....... ... .. ;,SIM! ;.7.7> "Hood'a Sarsaparllla as a blood purlfler has no OPIUM| :orphinl) > r Cured> til* cured. j J'JlO.1J "
III., Las a curiosity-a freak of nature .o frequently, and I shall never forget I The costume these women wear i is Oregon... ... ......... ..... l->'!!.:H"lenusY.ania. equal. It tones the system, strengthens and Invlg I lr r.J. bn-iihcu*(.LebanonOhio. OPIUM Mj f" "RJ.JDY t. ;'

--will h he dug out of the ground. Ifc the attractions which two rival hotels offcrjed very rich Their ful dress is composedof ( ,, .. .. ...... ... ..... .. 8l'JOv, ,: ;7 orates, gh Ing new life. I have taken It for kidney .ill d"O'p CP' -

: t is to the public to eclipse the a white robe embroidered .' HhOle 1.lau.I... ......... 210,211Mouth : I II' complaint, with the host results."-!). n SACSDEES. DYS EP :1 ._
l a pieco: of tho root of a cherry tree, ( Stronage. with The cloth is Carolna.......... 100.( ) UtiT 811.arl Street, Cincinnati, O.Hood's : _,. ,:, .
\ about eight inches p. One of them wits known as gold. extremely line, I' (.llt.S.IC... .. ....... ... ... lir'ili( '; -ICK.g ) .
long, and has several t'fie Clean Shirt and the other as the and e"cenl11 as far as the knee; it is covcied : Texas. .. ... .............. .".. !e 0i4! ;: :> Sarsaparilla CHE IC' '

sprouts extending out on all sides. ,(Golden Eajrlc. The Clean Hint st-irtcd I with :a light coat of mail and gilt :: \ f1.Ullt.... ....... ..... ::.I,t is!' SoM by all druggists. $1; six for $3. Prepared only THR CONSTP TON. .

p On one of these sprouts there is a with a small, one-horse brass band con- cuir s. The arms are free and the liet;idis !i i Virginia .:.:..... ..... ... 'J.W.::,::!); b,C.I.nOD&CO.,Apothecaries.Lowell Mass. A Rpm'1! r.rl rii ea<:es of thl Llyer.IUd.
I I i I West \ irgmnia-. .i.vJi:! II, I 00 | l and
covered with When .... Doses One Dollar .
bowl of a gutta-percha pipe, through j C rpJ', balcony, every c\cniiiir, anders I a gilt casque. Wisf-onsiii.... .... .. ... ... .... :;,.I jo.Ij, | <'nr(? f-r Jy.prp. lW..ia, Mirk He.da!.
JS including about all 1 1ET wearing their dress on state occasions Cash for sale of SS dn ..- ( l Constipation.. .0eL."t\oltaspMnfol"]
adlieMO'istamp
which the root has -- cveipts : I > Samples worth $t >n, FREE at n CiuI i-a* No "' .
grown, going i at IN antacqua. giu-sts. Pretty their only wipon is I lance, which! j I I i I : -. .. ..... ... ...... 7,777 S 5'0 (* not under the horse's feet. Write CO., Prop'ru. SIMON N. Jo.E$. ..n.**p.IA1'alle K" .

t: the placo where the stem goes on and. 'J- led a con&ist&can Shirt bemau they ]handle with wonderful cetrt\( --- ltrSar..I.RelnJ"\II.rCo.HoUl.Uh. -__ .-_ __ --- .___.__ _______ j'- -

coming out of the top of the bowl and a gofers by the With their undress( they arc anne,ll] Aggregate receipts ... .....$1H,":5."..;? '"

tho pipe. The bowl of the pipe i ; occasion ,,., &11180TJl 3 with a musket. The battalion is composed I- I The six principal collection districts .. .
lost I of four companies: and each company arc the Fifth Illinois, where i,8r7tc:? ';fri' ;"'

probably by some one I; of 100 women, commanded 1 by a were collected ; the First Illinois, whciefN !!(
: .. buried in tho ground, and th .j-: 1 !tpii!: ';', '!'
; the Captain of their own sex. .Should the i were collected ; the First Ohio, .

tho cherry tree grew .1 rd"' A flOyOnL', i a)4J.W.Il,, 3' cocklaefto Captain! of the company die the com-pany j I., where $i,!JIG") ;,781 were colelll'; the FirstMissouri ""

t he** or the exclusive; IS hilled during three dayby: the King, where I >((5,227,1112; were collected .

ALL the babies born aS who appoints the most competent to succeed ; the Third Xcw York where

Mich., recently have 1 -' 9klng; T gs, : by, in:: to the command.The !?."5rj72,2-"i!!) were collected, and the Fifth : .

I Capt. Stewart, of the Sent < :fights; and sing King of Siam never undertakes Kentucky, where $.;;::l,3Owere collected. !- I jT:1 :

alarmed for the future welL I t. I t Iactj.gent1emcn, any expedition without being accompanied ( _ _ '\ -:
.- '_ outers bad : by his femalo guard nor does he
; country, mel offered the Sentt i -who- : .personaliihejiused to offer ever mint, or even rule, without. : an e-('ort Inebriate Hospitals-) ,America. M : '

for four months to the first mai14b1 *d proprietor of the of the same guard, who arc devotedly attached One of the most interesting papers ) :ffd. r ,,"

to father a boy. K. \\. Clark, th" L 'well 'for 'a fight, to his per on. Every individual presented to the Colonial;! ali International ;;
I
:
.. of the battalion has t five attached : ( ,on was a Lir
ngent on the Kalamazoo and South )' the winner. Of course ucgrcsscs Congress IneIrct. contribution -
,,, At ion were given in private to her service, ane having t thus no by Dr. T. (. read by

;, JIHn 1'nilroad, was the man r;hat '4uart tau' none but guests and their domestic occupation can devote herself Hut, gentle-man at a reception tendered; : ,.:. :
:: : : :
: knocked off the persimmon. His friends were admitted. The Golden exclusively to the duties of her pro 1 him; and his American colleagues.Dr. ,E .".,".;.,,,;,..
001 fessi There is h'r. t traced the ,.i" : ::; : .' ::' ;' j1;; ; '
weighs iiino and a half pouE Eagle next enhanced its attractivenessby n. a parade: giound near Crt origin of the : 1J

Clark tiiinks he is a greater/ s' and knocking out one end of the diningroom the city, where one company is stationed. American recognition of inebriety as a The following wors in praise of DH. Pirnrr's FAVORIT PRKSCTUPTTON os n rc'aarrly for th.'se diseases and weak-
than and building on a stage and a greenroom for two days every week I(, exeicisethemselves disease: to Dr. Benjamin Rush, and the nesses expressions peculiar with to which thousands, must be of interest to every from st'ch malarias. They arc x.ur, d.iato of tho spontaneous ',

Bnghfim Young. and other like accessories, and had in the n.c of the lance, the first practical application of-treatment ina restored to them by the use of this gi\t world-famed uitcranc-o me-dicine to their sense of gratitude lor the inestimable boon >)t health which has been

I variety performances at every pistol and the lille. The King attends special; homo to Dr. :E.: Turner, ofIainc. --
Ex'COIE .dANC.F. teal .J Jomf: E. SEOAR 0 f Millenltcrk. 'J' SOPHIA F. B-ISWIXI,, White?
BrED owns Women once month at these There a., writes: Cottage O.
exercises
arc different
in now
were scarce that part I a- coiupaniedbyhis fifty S100 "My wife had ixtnsufftrmc'for two or three THREW AWAY WMtc';: "I took eli-ven bottles of 'your "x'a-
the largebt rtcat-ficld in the world in of the country : the Golden biotherwho shares in some hospitals for inebriates in America, with years with fnnale weakness and had paid \<,rite PrrseripJion" anil one bottle of your

Stauibi'County California. Eagle's hal f-doicii \1 sciio-comic who degree the sovereign power, and ilist rib- over 1,000( patients, besides about 1,000 THROWN A out one hundred! dollars to phjslc-ians without HERSUPPORTER. *]'Ukt3.' I am ilomi' my work,and have been
4 I con- I [ WAY. roliof. t>le took lr. I'uTce's Favorite fr.r soti'.P time. I h ire had to employ help for
_CTfits of 10,000 acres in one imVroken came on from the Lord knows tiles prizes to those most deserving. 1 under treatment in private families: and Prescription it. did her more good than al- :
I where, proved a great card: a better one When the death of one ot the parties ensues : other surioundings. Most of these cases clans during the all the mo stretch along the bank of the San Joaquin than the deceased hive three years they had been practie-m upon h'r." 81: '
the ,
Clean: Shirt with all its ingenuhty ; magnificent : IIel after other
rlla n'ei11 every Mrs. GEORGE: IIERCEIt aside.and feel as well! as 1 ever dia..Mrs. I."
,1 I River, and much of tho land is could play. One) day, however, funeral and the high priest pronounce1; a method of dealing th(1 had; been THE writes: "I WII8 a great su, of ft'l'rf'r M'c"tncM fmlll )(JV.'ul'or-.1. M MAT CLEA of .
GREATEST rs. Xunica Ottawa
: ptotectod by levees, a the stream I a desperado went into the Clean Shirt panegyric' declaring, that the dee'cased l h y tried and had failed, and in most of them rhea bearinff-
il higher than the shore. The grain this i I Ilnd shot I IJart'lllrr. a phenomenonwhich her Ylorhao merited eternal rest in the the disease ha'd: existed from live to thirty EARTHLY BOON unity I'avonto across 1'rpscnption'my back. Three restored lx>ttlt-s me of to"per your has worked wonders *n my case. "

is i made it famous and placed! it far abode of the blessed. The miltar\or- jears. Y<>1 the experience of the few fect health. I treated with Dr. -. for- WONDERSg'niu the she*wnti}' .s.: "I'I lan taken' several bot- t
nte
rear as high as the back of horse :\ 'n'Ferlption I have ro-
; a I ahead of the Golden Eall in the estimation gani/.ition of this battalion so 1 pcrfc'.t scientific hospitals hid been encouraging The 'Fayorite nine months. without reefiimj any benefit. gained Juv health wc'iderfully, to the astonish .
very Pn-serlption" is the
and it is estimated the yield will be of the traveling public. But the that the whole army endeavors to imitate lu: fully a.: 000 cases, eighty- poor Suffering women." greatest earthly boon to us ment of myself and friendi.! I can n,:'W be on my feet all day '
attending to tho dune-sot
I Loustho-J. '.
forty bushels to the acre. This will I proprietor of the Eagle was an ingenious, it. ] six per cent of those who had remained my .

I give 400,000 bushels, which will load enterprising cuss aud saw his oppor- 1 I! under treatment at least one year had TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE. -

ten vessels. tunity. He headed( a gang hich went hIltcaptured Fashion Xotes. hClnllrmanentrestored.. Dr. Crothcrs '

large I 1 I and the murderer, al bringing i iI llatlr on intensity inebriety another Many from times liver women or call on their family physicians suffering' as they imagine, one from (dys-per-sfa! another from heart disease, \. .
The kidney disease
I' WILLIAM McDHRl is probably the him back strung him up easy-goinir. ,
oldest printer in the United States. He I dining-room stage one evening at supper, form beads of and velvet is becoming; a favorite England, ascribing t this to the greater womb for which disorder.he prescribes The his pills and potions assuming them to be such when in or reaht ir-busy,% thry: are doctor ail,only scpiirate 1fTTIptJm1J and distinct caused diseases by some

was born in Edinburgh in 179and I| and all the guests, transient and permanent ) -;, garniture again. 1 intensity of, nervous function. I He exposed patient gets no better.bmmt physician probably ignorant worse of by the re.ason cause of of the suffering delay encourages treatment his and practu-e until large bill" Ire made. 1hesufferin :
was Sashes of white ribbon :: the like Dr. Pierces wrong continent t:01JllJl'flllOns.: A medicine
I were accorded the privilege of on colored hollowness of the pretensionsof :Favonte Prescription, directed to the cause would have entirely removed the distune, proper
apprcnt ocd when he was old firing their i is rather this so-called distressing symptoms. and instituting comfort instead of ttert-by dispelling all those
. 1 years I revolvers at his dangling gowns a novelty season, but; "clres" and "antidotes, prolonged misery.
to a printing firm, where he helped !.I body. That was a great day for Golden! an attractive one if the contrasting coloris 1: and insisted on the need of a special Irs. E. F. rORG Aw, of 2Vo.11 Lexington St., A
t 3 PHYSICIANS Warvelon
Ea..t _
Boston, JIa. Cnre.-Mrs. G. F.
I "set up" Walter Scott's Eagle. One shot accidentally i not too pronounced. 1 study of the peculiarities) of each ; A -'-. saj-s: "Five jx-urs ago 1 JEALOUS of 6ysllll.< SpRiorz.
novel froii the went case, was a dreadful sufferer from uterine troubles. / 3/icft.. writ-!: 1 was troubled with
I orignal; through the head: of a waiter, and the Itibbons continue to be fashionable and for strictly scientific treatment. FAILED. Having exhausted the skill of three femaleuikne&s leucorrhea and falling of the .t .
manuserit le to this sicians I was phDOCTORS wuml] for scenre, HO I had to bed
cant entertainment I liritish completely discounted keep my
far Mifif .
;
exceeded decorations Jo'irmtl. I
the for hats and bonnets
t country in :;, and worked proprietor's though weak I: could With difficulty cross the room for a good l part of the time. I doctored with an
1131 various most sanguine expect at ions" | there is a tendency to not use them su --- alone. I began taking Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription and army of different ;ihysicimns: and spent large sums
Capers in New York and Cincinnati lavishly as heretofore. The Joke Put On the4 Law j'or. using Ml'dlf'JI the local treatment I''Ommendl'd I in his 'Common Sense of money III1dl'l'me but received! no lastw, : ln-inrit. At last my husband .
I Ad mser. I commenced to imn-ove at In pf' to try your medicines which I was loath to do.
oneo three
until 1S7S when he went t California, i iJ The Pine lawns in the faint mauve tints are Leslie ('nn1ml' a great friend of Henry months 1 was perfectly Urtlt. and have had no trouble since. I because I was prejadice-'l against tli"-m, and the doctors said
and now H\PS at. "Consumption l'lalt" i trimnmnetiVitii white lace and I Clay, and : popular: stump speaker used wrote a letter to my family paper. brll'Uy mentioning how my they would do me no Rood. 1 finally told my husband that If
health
llcaldsburg,!; i that. mauve ribbons : bad been restored, and otrenng to send the full he would get me aom- e>f your medicines I would try them
State, fairly good health. I The natural history of the'bacillus: i the ribbons being disposed} so as to m to tell a good story about Co-mst-lor: to anyone 'WntlDK me for thcmn ami tllcln.'rin1 a IIfampc11r1.Flyorite particulars ajrainst the advico of my phjsiciun. If..got me six bottles of tho

i very instructive. I never grows spot make them mo"t dice the. Higgins. lie was exceedingly) adroit in t'doP&In reply for, I i--piy.have I have received over four hundred lettf'rl. ten dollars.Prc-scnption/I six bottln of the "Discovery/
J.A t'ST looking well and taneously outside an animal: ele-le-niling: a: prisoner. and: would and have described my case and tho treatment used took thr'botll.i Bof 'Discovery and four of
Tavonte
.OL ( bO1' I' Simple skrts: of cmbioidered mull or I some rnestlr.advised them to 'du likf'wi8C.oJn Prescription: and I have bI'cl. a sound woman for four
has fattened a little since last fall. He requires a temperature btwel JM :In muslin are worn as of old over i! times almost laugh down an indictment had many I rect-ived second lettem of thanks. stating that n great they years I then gar<> th balance of the medicine to my sister,who
108 degrees Fahrenheit a plain I for small commenced the use of Favoriup was troubled m the- same way aod she cured herself m short
is little more than five feet six inches in in oider to develop skirt of surah with a ribbon sash as the 1! a oflensc. A fdIoone( $LjO roquired for tim )Iedleaj Advisr l'reseription.,' and had had s'nt thu tune. I have not hud to tik'e any medicine now for a almost
the
I at all. It must Smith: being trial local treatment applied "
i remain full ten on for stealing a turkey so fully and lour years
trimmin pIainy
only ornament down
or therein
and
height, and probably weighs about 145- clays in a moist situation at the temperature t the Counselor to give much betteraiready." were P

pounds Ho has stiff, reddish-brown' above stated before it shows any Poppy red and pale fawn in stripes are I turn attempted to the affair. "Why aoolhumorel THE .

'. 'I, hair, and a heavy red mustache, which tendency to increase or I\ennx itself in : fashionable suited for the blouses to wear with anyskirts gentlemen of the jury," said he, this is, OUTGROWTH OP A VAST EXPERIENCE. '

its proper soil. The heat of '! to breakfast hour is the I really a small affair I The treatment of many thousands
is boiling ; wonder of cases cures nausea, weakness of stomach
thoroughly any one ,
its of mdiIn
uni-juo those
terse
I and a fashion chronic regu"Favorite
i way, water destroys the way exchange notes-it. would weaknesses ( ekstressmir Prescription"
plant and its bring such gestion bloating and
seeds enictations of
a into "
t. i complaint court; ailments peculuir to females,at the gn" Is a "mother's d-rdial, relioinsr ,
t stands out horizontally an inch and a (spores*, but cold! does not kill them. Shirring is very popular and appropriate I if we are going on at this rate we shall I and Surgical Institute Buffalo Im N.alids'Hotel V nervine A" a Mooching, I'a\ontc and fctreiiKtlieiiiiiff. weakness of stomach and other distressing nausea

half from h's upper lip. The Colonel'sface From a consideration: of thee facts ittt. decoration on thin fabrics, making have business enough on our hands. I has afforded a vast experience in'nicely equalled and is invaluable Prescription"in allayIng Is and un symptoms e-omnu-n to that condition. If --
adapting and thoroughly Its use is in the
kept latter
: f is A strong one, neither handsome easily bet 1'1 how it is i possible for a simple and easy trimming. On lace '\hy. I recollect when I was at college for the cure of wo-nan s peculiar testing mil-ulies remedies exhaustion subduing nenous exCitability, irntabihty gestation, it *>o up prepares the system months for dem of- r

t .4 nor ugly but not i isolated populations) to escape the1 ravages ; the shiirings are h held. in place by ribbons nothing was more common than to Dr. Pierce' Favorite fnwlptlmi and other ,(distreusing proBtration. hysteria spasms try as to greatly lessen, and many times
attractive Is nervous
his hands go the eymptome almost
; outcrowth or result cntiiely do with the
of this disuse run through them. out of this away suffcnnirs
fo and foraging.Ve i did great commonly attendant functional
f': I g'nl'ratiois. not get the and valuable upon and of that trying nn'ml."tavoriie .
and experience.
t a feet. are small and his figure good. the region thus aoquinr a reputation asa < The striped and cross barred poultry too often in the same place. and testimonials received from Thousands patients and of organic disease of the womb. It induces -Prifrlptlon,"when taken "
refreshing and
:, THE piopcr resort for such invalids and the I arc again in fashion for simple musln' I there was no barn clone no fault found." from physicians who have t'sted it in the and despondency.sleep relieves mental anxictv m conneet&'ii with the use of Dr. Pierce'a
Western Penitentiary of Transylvania further go.vns, ?TLalnv1t'Hl; ( n'111obRtinJ'j (iolden Meilical Dse] o e y. and small laxatuc
which
fact Dr.
that cases -
rierce'
:Ifteron.umpti\.s i h have made simply and with little Notwithstanding this their skill. Favorite Prescription lows
or no decoration appeal, the jury prove it to be the Is ( tf 1)r.iierces Purgative Pellets
J can make co oa mats so cheap invaded it for : few se:180nl the native except wide ash of satin surah 'I ('')UVictctI the prisoner. After the court most wonderful remedy ever devised for eompoiimfcd a legitimate medicine, earrfully (Little Ln- -r 1'ilis), cures Liver Kidney and
: the relief by an experienced and
and cure of skillful Ul.idder dls uses.Their
; ty, as a specialty, that cutsufo manufacturers i inhabitants develop the affection from or lionun ribbon. lose- one of the jury, a plain old farmer, is not recommended suffering a women." It phj sicuin, and adapted to woman's delicate ni'io\cs blood< tsrtnt- and combined abolishes use also
cure-all, but can
have about abandoned the which their ;ancestors were flee. The Dress) trimmings of Bulgarian cloth meeting the Counselor, complimented I as a most perfect Spcclflc for woman's composition organization.and It is purely vegetable in its cerous and scrolulous humors from thu
perfectly harmless
jeeiilmar ailments. in
.l plant his: been, introduced and found his its l-tem.
Now however a are much used by "ladies ingenuity the defense. ". now A a powerfum, effects in any condition tho system.
English "Favorhe
by ihe Xew who \nl Pz-cmerlpIon" is the
market 'flVIgorflg
congenial soil for tonic, favorite only
its growth that is said he fixing I It Imparts strenirtim PreicripHon" is a posi.
all are making an effort to introduce'Ea.t. :'uie. a knowing look time medicine fir women sold, by druggists
York Whole the ,
law system
It cure for the
just substant.al
The and most
climate the
passed to
has complicated
not uterus and under
or oslti
protection as him 1 should a ;> e
dlanl'll records cnn embroideries of modern upon like to ask a womb and its a obstinate cases of leueorrhea, guarantee,from the
workman you e> "whites
m r
.1. is given the trade by the formidable of temperature ., demon. ship into English favor. question ; which road do you take in go. pen worn-out.ages. particular.run-uown.debliitatpd For overworked teach-, ful excessive llowirg at monthly periods, pain, tion manufacturers in every,ease that, or it will money give will satisfac be re

.. tag which the goods must strate.-Glol '-Dsortzt. A I ing home, the upper or lower?" "The ers. millmners. untssmake mstrcp menstruation unnatural suppressions, funded. Tins guarantee has been printed
new style of is prolapsus or falling of the
drapery made shop-girls womb,
weak
by arranging lover' ousekep on the boti le-wrappcr, and faithfufiy -
wear i that State, "Convict Made, 4-- the backs ol'the skirts .'answered the Counselor. "Well, I ers, an t Omen nursing ,moth-Dr. back, female weakness" anteversion, re- d out for many years. Large bottle carru *-
n-mlIy
f
1887 Western "'Jie is another lock.out,*' s-aid: the': gracefully in the form of \n' then, no matter; I only to I z meree 3 rilsorite. rrscjp1Q0 Is thgreat- ic trovereion,bearing-down, sensations, chron nu> doses; !?' <.. or lx bottles t
2 Penitentiary of Penney- a large oh-cne wantec tot eai-t uy ) ) congestion inflammation and ulceration $5.0O.
ueing
that
,. :' as he examined th" if you were fn1 Unpimma1le.1 as an of the -
This novel my vaswoull I womb inflammation
elduly style is also carried Is and pain and ten- tt5T"Senc1 ff' .its ,
T&12j1., ___ .$lemaa'ahead.-JIgtoi4. Br (u/ gl'l j various materials for ball hO\'I' just"jog on before and lock up my I promotes i.cstiOfl and resttutonic.assimilation of food. It, ternal demean heat.in ovanes, accompanied with "InPierce's laigr '." in ,5 Iealtingbus.iappetiinurcori .

gown. hen house. -Ben: Perley Piire.i Addreao. WORLD'S DISPENSARY pages) on L jrtmn. -d

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