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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: October 1, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I : I k STARKE, BRADFORD. FLA. OCTOBER 1 1887. NO..13.

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I Richmond( has 125 inmates. It is main I know the '. of Harry Vance; better that they should l 1- "It: seems unmanly t-a your'sacrifice ii NEW'ks* AN OLD LULLABY.

tained by contributions chiefly from I know Bummertday"* swStJ .t* '. part at once and forever. This was whatshe I Ellice, he cried,I ;my life is TFMPFPP1 ,I SUMMARY .
people that love "Hush He still and slumber .
had
is dear
ofthat sweeter still, told herself again and again so dark, and," his voice infinitely __ my ;
I city. It is proposed that each I know that grew -
Southern I Miss is neer complete-] ; every hour of that long day anl night."If tender, "I love you so, come to me. little I A Child's Tear. Eastern nnd Middle cSwefthewontMlmunulow
city shall erect a memorial colleO'c Know. of no she she"told n tb twilight hour conr" m ,
r perpetual ill; was sure quite one, holding out his arms "for I 1 home t>12
. I sre can- :y -yes, bright and clean, sir, TUER tr delegat--s] in at
know its
.
I; 0 I I, that life has many sides "?rscdrl'that her willingness to accept not see you." I And I'll tell it came t j'ass ; ew York State I'rokibition: atk'llUr l\1\ntion, Frlwn the days of long ago:

j --_ -_ I That some things here seem hardly him nacrnot been caused, in part at least, Then, as he her to his heart I It wasn't: my work or doing at all- held I Svrat.L. A ticket: WI) nomin: &.I. 1\hen. by loving arms euIJe.
Two wealthy: :Mexicans I know that mt; antnhflost capet its due to that little! lass. headed by Huutii.gton for
fought a strange baseness often rides unconsciously to herself, by and kissed the his a D'fC. Secretary I Gathered to a loving brt,
lips so near own or State, 0.
\. duel at Tampico recently. They shut v\\ h' virtue walks. with weary: fret; her i intense hatred of the drudgery ofteaching he whispered: ; I was going straight down to hell, sir, Uy with th -m.-iples rm Ill"pt.l party.in conform.Tim I "Hush, my tear,le stl and dumber,*

themselves up together in a dark room in often want and wealth, I know, she would not give a thoughtto "I never knew before what the deprivation And all through the curse of the drink ; makes the thi.d i.'-et already m the field in: Lulled me to my quiet ret "
But for what others think but I' How I treated "ito, sir, ew \
I'
ewhich each other's mask have migh or say, the loss of is." poor -lry. my ark C
poisonous( tarantulas had been. stood; she must be sight Godknows_ I: cant to think. Sweetly now the words come stealing
And herself H.
men, I know, wh-re'er we quite sure, 'And how soon can we be married bar S. *AXrs J SWEET nominated by tho ,
!. let l loose. Instead killing the tarantula Are mostly happy when they're go then"-but the day had been so weary- darling, ?" he asked, as she was about to, I didnt know !I ]loved her United I.'lMr.l. i IUtY at Syracuse for"Stata To my weary heart and, brain., -

;. the tarantulas killed them. I know that life, upon the wl,,,! go. ing. she was so tired;she must have timeto leave him. Till the wild dark night she cled. chned.l-.ngmeer: Ul't'J'or of > \York. liadeSoothing I. all my care and sadness
*
think it all out. But time she When I her )Ijrincr BO antI With their old familiar
Is well was: fount 101,1 shl "train
i worth all we have to "Whenever wish, Roy, she re- A ,
i i III the Colorado desert, near Idaho, I And that the grander is the goal give, ; the destined echoes not of to the have, for scarcely had plieu."Bcallyr. you Ant t1't new-Lr('hil by her ta I'.ls lmtnt j,pi.Men t 'lorham.; !in a I.C.(,I-t"mnin'killed Juhu(I .\mot] I to-night could fancy, .

there is a large bed of rock-salt and the So much the grander] 'tis live shout of the last emancipated The little ]$she has grown, sir- Hamhn and f.tll. mjun-l FniU-riek liain- Softly sung above my head-

I know that death t urchin died away in the distance "Yes, really,"she I Last June she \1 eight :years 01; blen. A \a'' 'H'I'I. hurt. "Hush, my dear, lie still and slumlxir,
, f'olther Pacific Uailroad{ in laying the That i is very nigh, when Mr. Carlton came up to the unpainted answercl1 And what she has Ix-eu to m I ALL bran.les of tra'I. Holy angels guard thy
then
I track to the sal-hel, has been obliged That e\i shrinks 1-efore his breath; pine desk where the young "To-day"Oh, well, not, sail, promptly.that I Can ever on earth I be told., are reportmg :Teutly in'rl"I".1 l'hilaldIhia b.

only g.Kdness gives s "good-by" teacher sat with her head bowed quieo soon as AMOXU thp arrivals at NVu- York Soon shall life's long day ended. .
, to grade the road for twelve hundred I upon she said, laughing, in a When a kid. there was U(one to mind her : on a b
A fortnight
rainbow in steamer from ErLiaril .
the
cloud of death.HERllIN her hand. Hut a woman as lived next door a U-w da>- a '.was Soon the eventime shall come;
feet with blocks of these beautiful perhaps; yes, two weeks from to-day. ; the Duke of .M.ulU.rou I Ile'emues
I Herface, was so pale she did not look I And she being given to drink, too, America on :: : : l.h.. \ Cleansed from sin,and Crl fronvsorrow.God .
; be a
an he declared kissing pleasuretrip.
-
age Let her fall .
crystals. This is the instance 1.Iwi one day on the
only where WOOER. up and smile as she was wont to do; her goo -hy. 10or HEV. I))'. '..,'H'EP tlu. n'.....I Tendon I sh1 take my spirit houif.

II a road-bed is laid( and ballasted on salt. "hole attitude was so suggestive of weariness I A week later she few lines .And, ever since, the poor ereatur' preacher, wh. ha' .n talked ot! as successor Ancll messenger so sweetly

1 The Fca which once rolled over this if not of despair: she was sucl jawet from him. The reccn.t. were blotted: and Has been lame with a croikeLknce ; to Church the lat- Hi Pry Ward lUt-eher I m Plymouth To this weary frame sh:1 say-

The door of the morsel of humanity and he So I'd her up in my arms armd 1:1: New Ylr.1 fr-.m England, 'Hush my dear, lie still and slumber
dried country school.room was so | the letters but she did not thinkof oCfJl/t .
place uneven, few .
; up, and left a vast of salt claji- To with nv. a days a- I lie I will a eulogy! on
nearly miles let I) the l.tt noisy pupil|, ; strong and manly that somehow, before that, for he wrote: I abut Jlr.I K-echer ;;', the Hrouklyu Academy ofjiusic 11 resurrection:day.t

: fifty long. The supply is and the young toucher was alone. She ,: he,1 knew what he was saying, he "You brought me sight. I can distinguish .For I really loved the poor mite, sir, UlIL..1 I -E. .J/ Gri.lth, in. \etl York Ohvrrcr.

inexhaustible) and the quality excellent. bowed her head, wearily upon her hind: was telling her his passionate longing to the shape: of the paper upon And her sweet little eves of bliw A WLDE.-.m'ItEtmI I.JiiLOfltie .Ii-e.-s. is kilu'"

and loolet) around, I the hare, comfortless take her into his arms and shield her which I write. and. I live in hopes that Was as blue and as bright a her mother's hundreds of IIUI-M-S in New JtISt\!

The decline and fall of the Saddle room, its hall; iK.nch, s curtailllc( henceforth from every discomfort. ,, when we meet I shall be able to see your wor, Two miners w.'re killed and three sth.r', PI'lVD} \ I POINT.Always ) '
And they looked me through and through.! injured by .
winll's :uutd! r"vt.V, broken :tore with She looked up then, with something dear face." mi-rTpMon of ihu'm! m a (,1 l- .
oyster arc _
thrillingly described a .
; HO1
by andoah, P.'
fif lit-ry ntar.h. i.n. .
of i the look the hunter sometimes in I
sees
sh\hl'r disgust.There t tI
And that vain.2'lieai
hope was not in w "
New York [ One night I \ oil the : .liter.
Fish Commissioner r.lackford. of 'a t :'publc'A GRE\T. State {IVnif. and Agni- seedy-The fitj.
l were days-and this hail: been the eyes a wound1 doe, looked up, I York Journal. 1'11 l>e"ii drinking" already-'twas late, ,> h Id in '
The facl.lc Hock bed was once famous one-\h1 ('nrlilJre of her sensitive crushed out of his heart I And I took little May to carry her, 1 ultumll.xlll'ltl"hn.lo'.u 1' rum,. l'\\ Yoik.. leIU"ylI tkes a sober man to walk a tight

and its product was a most toothsome being> shrank' from associationwith with a cold refusal nut I couldn't walk quite straight. vania, Illinois3I.i.s.siehiisotts.. Ihif. .

luxury. Now it is in such the motley crowd' of urchins and from Then the slow agony of i (Catching Salmon. Cousin Indiana: idli.a! ',. :111rlalli I rope.A barbervalkeil into the City Hall the
a condition contact with hue ii living on, day after day, knowing that I 'Oh, daddy, lon t go!. she "bl"Jre1.: \\ I.t Vigii it, New .J."I'\. l'tlawarl', other 1 1 intentionto
I irt m (
: that it produces few v, dog's-eared; books, The Carbon Hiver is a wild, turgid; nut 1 'luakl''I\ .' kvand ii''tieul wt-re rm.C cebrellu'
oysters, but an unlimited she had in : !! !
the grimy desks and dingy walls; but ; that one hour of weakness stream, fed by the grc-t glaciers at the And I aid: : Not another word young "un, rtIt''nt,1 1 h.IIrjeulttiti wI'hin"r'un pay his pole tl.-I'Jrlt.rl: ..'l/o"f_

I crop of "roller skates, bottles, she never allowed these feelings to in- cost aside all that made life worth living: base of Mount Taeoma. I It tears down Urll I'e'oua slap in the face.' uo; valued atI.11'I l I 0. liii'L'he bank cashier the period doc

ashes, pasteboard and ('." Yet fluence her; the duties of her positionswereconseientioiisly of walking daily through the furnace of through( a region indescribably grand and liu-n.se crowds Ith ndeiL I not seem to think I anything less than half!f

there is probably not aNew reus York i lwrf the more trial, with the ghosts of her dead hopesever picturesque, and as it rushes onward I \:! brutal sir-I know it: TIn: "l'W". DtmocratuSt.ite. Comen- I a million worthy} of his stl.l I.-/'fn.. ,
orlel1 her with the cowaiclicethat But the devil 1 was in m> then, t"n1'11'lie I held) I at iarato r 7. ,
so. perhaps, because: disagreeable. reproaching toward I'ligct Sound other streams join 'iln''l''n' : I Betwixttiie I hen amfaii inceiiDiary
restaurant where in so And hold of us with the drink -
the gets
oyster season \1"'II.e large i-al ant iron finite .f Inbert
end their TIE
I put an to bright but brief ( .
it until it is
atllu- inquire-
a loll ali sweeping AVe are only brutes-not men & and KoU> you
rt
Saddle Hocks cannot be obtained-by She had dismissed school an hour existence. ent. Almost al way along this river Jn''owet"I _n., o."n.I'lnIad'-lpLia. have Har Jnno. aaJivinniejit. The dif ren.e.Vhy, on>? sets on eggs,

paying a large enough price.Bivuop earlier to-day, ostensibly to enable her So two years drifted by, and along the fish and wild animals of many sorts are .And the little lass she wor quiet, '. h"ir mining, lti!uifss will l be The other sets on tire.-1)h1.'ek fSiietter.Uoyal

to correct the compositions handed in for thorny pathway that she trod Ellice Gray to be found in abundand.ince.: Henry Hut I felt a hot tear fall; 1"tIIU'1 The !liaI.ihtu.are! I.ri&Iu.t;
And it seemed burn right into my hand, at .IXHMMK' blood flows in the veins of the
AVilliam Taylor has established to.molow's reading; really because: bile learned; priceless lessons of self-reliance Thorndyke(', of Carbonado, is at a down- Though: bhe wiped it otf with herkhawL n.-t estmated Siam nevertheless not
( __ princes: they are
had Men Hoy Carlton drive ami to be law unto
and knew ; a town hotel.
in Africa new line of missions by, courage I'aret
: extending half well the Siamese -
that he would reur to ask her company }J'rlll and, once having chosen a pathway 'Iid you ever hear," said he yester- Straight into my soul it entered South and Webt. a connech.l as were

seventy miles from the coast on the I I for an d rive behind, his h-uid- i. knowing It to be right, grew strong lay to an Kxamnermnnt "how the bears It molted. harlllne.lllart; AXE CHERRV, the tweh.-y.vir-oM roWed twins.
I river. They bays: she to follow steadfastly tothecnd So I said!I.: 'I'll go home, las,ie. girl sentvnenl te) dnth. in South <'arolina! fornuinlenntj A on political economy :
."'. Cm'all arc 5e\'elteen in I. SOle ; mil had: told herself that thougha fish fur salmon on the Carbon Hiver? I wrier says
tvarod!
1 hat I made start. M hito her
number, and the principal ones arc at she would-because she must- -refuse, thousand: tongues might censure. I They do for a fact. I live on the marginof I night a new charge, has a ha.*. ht-r punisljiu-nt dull commuttl "It's .1 t I. I leaks that tellYe Indeed 4

". i Kuliloky, Yawki, Ueaboo Tobo Tatepa hencefoithand: foiever, all tlin.rs that] Within a month after his rejection Hoy the liver and I pledge you my word I II I. Xow, every morning and (evening by the Goverr'>r to iIPr-'IJItnt fo,liveyears. ; a little leak WIl give you away as

--V.- Ucrrobo 'I he might :1"1 of her; she wished to let his alTairs in the hands of his steward, I that in the Bottomless (Canyon, twelve '. I kivel, and with heart slnerro; fast as an overgrown .-.'iiiin.
Wamlcka ant
Fahleky, Baraka, I have :a lit t time to strengthen herself whom he gave power of atorey. and miles from my home, I have seen as I bless my (:oil for saving a soul CHIEF (*or.oRw nml hi-. ;'r. Indians: have Fair Phyllis mide a pretty cake,
,
Caraway; and Grand Sec Vliite men I to "have bier tiark hour unseen," before went away to the city. year passed, ;: many as three bears within a'Scope of a By the touch ofalittle one's tear.:' hid a fight \\iTli I Ihl Sh'-ntTs I... near To iiIea M'her papa's palate;

: nnd womer arc preferred by the natives i iI Me should: shut the t gate forever between and the dishonest steward, turning everything ; milt sitting at the river's brink and fishing -1'le Quirer.Save Itanzley.and Col.thnv !other)eputy whit.:1..nIT i .wer n'll.t wound.-waskilled !I. Her And lstrt.ntsIlult used it for it a(1 mallet.a stake,

jis I teachers in preference to natives lie : that word of ease and happiness.. and, except the Carlton homestead into I as industriously as any man you ever the Roys. on eortalj. JJglit: Indians were report"1 I hitn
jlis with more h:11 else, of I Uoy'slove, and her money, gathered his booty and fled ; and saw. Others in the same vicinity have There is change I in everything,. ser-
negotiated the inland A led to the Hit
kings world : poverty, loneliness and, no one knew Hoy's address seen many of them oftentimes. They young man was galows HEAVY rains iavi caused many rivers inTexas I zed Mrs. '*
F' : sorrow. brokeii-liea.ited mother went to fare- i mom Dorcas. Vcs.'T a
'!L" :nd chiefs for the estalJlhhment of industrial II could not help but IOVP him, he Ellice Gray knew nothing of this. arc black bears, and live in the thick I well.: He saidOh I ) mother I I .f didirt I wsnit I to overtlo-v C l,-*>uni'their? elevrii banks .iti! iljsatrou.t, s.- old Dorcas; change cn.rythmg except'entcc

'PS.: : schools and mis-ions along thebanks hallnil, so many diiflsof sunshine:ucros When vacation came she had given i up woods along the stream. I to kill him I t\h.eraz.il with drink. It \\a. rtllt1>-m belong-in" to oi: >j peisons family, \vn I in the tramps pocket."-f-'p>c/t.

l : of this river, and calls for workers her otherwise shadowed 1 pathway had her school, for she could not stay whereeverything I "The fish they paiticularly like arc thehooknosed i the saloon lie that in dl.llt. Till tho temperancepeople I drowned. L t.Their loved rnft..l'hln ecstacy was o'tr.
'
t- been such rock i.f refuge in herVlescrtof reminded her of She a large fish, not I to a hurry '
i Hoy. And had partially returned tn reason,
,
to aid him. To each missionary and his h<> had only I x-lmgeu to some temperance they)
friendliness since she ruuu1over: a was teaching in a distant: village, when well liked by most persons on account of Odf.tyilln I h" was a boy, nnI'IBI, earned Tv'ashinston.! "Darling, said he, "hast evcrlovetllo-forr'I ?

wife a good sized dwelling, ground, and \earago. tothis.leaiy t lit Ie \ ihlage to one morning the postman brought her a their age. The fish get up in the Carbon !what adreadlul tlilg.trour diink is, it i is I RECEXT Cmt.ul. appont.1 I by the Prei(1.. no." she answer'd-'that is,not this

agricultural implements will be given. earn her 1 living i i bv tal'hilg. letter which proved to be from a former River, and, hen unmolested by men, nut likely he \toul in that awful dent are: Henry nor.t. of ) : at ... TMBiM.It .

The missionaries have been well received I She was not flt11 battle with pupil in haftoi, Hoy's home. It told stay: there. nose of the old one I j osition. ttmprul'f peoplo must hurry IVrnaml.uco, arid .V>lii' C. Uridgts, of New -
nnd t in all before and
i get girls they York, at was midnight an impassioned
I the grim lield povertv she had until of the loss of his property, stated that he are long and The bears sit on i
; : hOlklll : Laitncr.AViltl .
and Tinny requests for missions have two I the side of watch their chance alt umN.-Ttmpl A Bn'bi1I"'l'ua'l'$: Interior Depart- lover in an uptown drawing 11)01 kneeled
before !
years "fed I the I roses and: had; of late returned to his home, that : j
;; been set I :de for want of workers. lam in the lilies of life."01 Then came the while in the city he had joined a volunteer and suij l e'them up as they come alonir. I IThere's "Abstainers.. ment has th-t-\'n !al.m" in! Washingat the feet of his heart's choice and excUiroed -
: t1 Territory cutting "Gertie. I will anything in
death of her father followed of firemen and while in the discharge a great : in the river, and, ;j "I'f' LnuisC l"'l.I.llunt :
almo-t! immediately corps many J ulrlll Hi IP (O.lom-1 IV. F. Cody). timber from unM-rv.-yt.il this world to make 1.."' "Do
A sensible correspondent from Europe : by that of her mother, and .she- of this duty had been struck on being largely unmolested, they are pretty j whoso Wild West performances' drew largo t TiE pension during Val, d"oI do
it < ? 'I
'I The bears often rake fish crowds at the Mudison Square Garden, in tins I 'Ianueut; A1ust you mean Ieorge ,
tame. out
was and
advises American to educate lef unprepared) to fare the world the 1 head by a fal'ng timber carried : amounteil to 4 li>, ) ill "
parents and Staten Island and wlio has beengreatly .. : (larlimn. "Then for sake go
.
city, wn t IH\en's
,, t: : there that are a couple of feet or moro j' l'lOFEssoR KRMWX f.lODE h.-w I been
..fe-r-\- TT n away )lioni/ed I.in London I has been inter- I aphome and let me go to bctL"-.Sio Vr-
...l.n iw.r natl'C 1,1 fathrr'swealh, which she alvvavsl : "When he revived," the letter went on long. Well, so many of these hook- logated on the subjoet! of PtIted by the I I.i1ent 1'nite.l States Corn- Picayune.were .
ttrJlprnc flhi-SlVfllrtOStIeI e'ttlielate I'rofessor
'says: "There arc here in Europe multitudes I frm) of 1ivir."" to he to say, .-he was blind. The physicians noscd salmon do these bears eat that peo- I the Vice-1'resident ot tln' Wi.1t'st. ho'I'I I Judg** McCue, b "t B"ir.kan
do like the bear meat it is the ,
the not so fishy. I to Yming -hi 11pomttCWle
I f'a") demandsof talked of of the optic nerve, honor.
of American children who can ample IToie paralysis The result is that it is a great country : that the Colonel is a abstainer, and The Corean Army.
his like snow in the thought time or electric treatment when I'
,
speak French and German better than I cn'ltors sense of honor:pnngtime he had somewhat recovered from the for bears; too. There are lots of them, : adds their:ha7anlolsrk'Our j eople :r reuuiringconuII1eteseIt-(abstainer generally, f Foreign.--- A Corean soldierwears frt his full

their I met the other :and they are as fat as butter. From ono i the marks- Corean costume of white cotton, loose,
cwn language. not allow her to hold back even oldhomestead shock, might be beneficial, but, said I possession at al tittt.1. I'a THE wholesaleli*:hwge e of Custom IQa
end of the Carbon Hiver to the other and in each
family from Ohio, and I found and hou-chold furltnre.o t the letter, .Mr. Carlton does not get nif-n of the wi :iie al.stI"I'-thl Uv ('Ifstiniulantsl.einglzutalto employes at Havana caused a, riot, in i baggy comfortably flapping
l"entO bears in to be found.-Sni th'professionally. Over this undress uniform he .
profusion arc i : seven w-re badly W
the clusteringaround better he seems to have lost interestin persons
dear from s ,
; son, a boy twelve years of age, read- : ociat\lg al Francisco Rmmile. All hail to the WildVofertieis ac ..11ICS.of : police and troops. .. mts a pair of purple cotton trousers and :
and but two life. Then the letter on to give -
it, reserving one or the total abstinence reform:-\ : '
novels and 'Uncle Tom'sCabin' I ti- A kill the short black coat bound with red '
ing Cooper's articles she allowed the icst, even her the other news of the village, but Ellice perance Adrocalc. t FRESH attempt t
by a black felt hat ;is
in Geran.II understand them piano, to be sold.Her did not read it I Raisin? Telegraph Poles. I Itomnrkalile Iv.b ..t i'a' Jamie ff with-'t I. braid, and the

better than in English he remarked summer friends drifted away one she for her A Appeal. t.inmgthe 1.
in German Hastily prepared journey "It looks easy enough, said a superintendent lie it fast under his ctin. Hej'tartridge
one and she noted their departure anti when the next train left the station 'I Nothing more stirring has appeared for along first shot ,
\vith a strong foreign accent. by of the constrction department (orated of belt and a tobacco '
tho '
from
I with scarcely as'gh over I tlwl' defe 1 ( tiOU. it bore her in the direction of Shnfton. I time than the appeal that t'l'UI hi C' "M'Ib, V .' t' 1lV nd carries his
I of the other jfi, Remington in
The parents spoke the fact with evident a telephone company, j; inmatS of the '1.11.\ tat(-lriS'n. at CH1A'Ue rile
reali/ed) of how little
c ; Was it because: she : The rosy blushes chased each other day to a New York C'zanerciillirer- j Nashville, in behalf of rr lhi i were reviewed I on the. l>way that seems convenient at

satisfaction. Another American I worth was their evniiueseent friendship? over her otherwise pale cheeks whenever reporter, "to put up one of those signed by -I'M') 10I.l.t., {o'gul.mglt1: land, by the Chinese''. I from the' efe of letime at shoulder] arms, upside down,

family, in which arc five daughters, who I I :;,1 had; her heart. suffering a deeper I I she thought of he errand,but she did not sticks/'t but it isn't so simple: as it looks, j I name of ('. I I':. :, that hAVANA. .I ?t&riotihg ? Mitchltreaught. in thc middle of the stock, likeof .
wound, become dead to the smaiting of falter when she the the Hen llorri and runs lpartasfo"o\\s: lution ''ctlm''a; lie carries his long- -
have: made :; great success in science, even rang 1,1.at by any: manner of mean One of the !i \Ve th,> inmates of the State P'nitcntaindenenll) .bt I t.i .a"dI21C cane '
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lesser( hurts? and wa.lhercl. by prim when start out is convinced 'erthedoe.ztemmed Corean pipe in the gun-barn'l. .,
fit servationand
medicine, painting all music, employ 1llircV' st things we let we tiary knowing! ; bvol> the Custom >l'
Harry Vance had hrclher ideal of :agent into the empty parlor.: ( Her the public spirited citi/cn. He don't bv undeniable:fl.t., that l.'q.ior: is the C/IS under arrest.Bon ., ;Jur. ;; and,'while inarching through the} !tr.ct'
German: or French in their home circle lrIlal She had din islued for him a heart beat I she heard the all 1 the we endure, of all hard ') 'or fan
: ) tumuluousl\as walt to have a pole ill front of his house, 'I of. misery tho lar( troops. Sev*. v .. hip at parade rest, usesjiis vigorously ;

and cannot pronounce an English sentence strong frililship.hic'l. before herfather's ( step come down the stairs and he generally declares he won't have.: : shlpsun.II'I\.ltonS, subject most 'arncst to dependent ly litl/el1andsldi'I. : .1 '1'_" : i To see the Coreanarmv. in its glory, ,

without making a IJIUllerof some t.alh. I Jl to ripen} into and the baud grope for the knob of the I We t such men, we simply ; ask that 11u$ 11Iwn'by State i may IIocsES were thak t-and'LPi 'one should witness one of the king's protections -

kind. l love, ll.'s I! at t euit ions had I been very: lover- door lie came in and closed the door, 11or urJlc"with_ and early in the : seriously I insider the question before them li/zv by a earthquake shock' m'rTDrf-CitT'' '( ot.Mexico. ; : when his majesty goes out to "

like and the world which the then stood his head from side to I I and their aid m word and doed to the ?,.* Visit of his or worship his !
!1:1 I moving and when Mr. Man gets he give I one palaces
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.,.. .,. morning, up
] cale is theNewfoundland
1 i 1 i /i. : ? :? : I Prohibition. We do not A VERY heavy; frm
1 I of daln few
II'LI.coiiiuleI cause tombs tablets.
IIIIL lihit
Some features of Western land improvement two InO\l'l iia'L aIITalHI side, as if looking for some one. : sees a pole towering up some eignty teetin I ifishin? re Several ancestral all Every
criminal act was erptrated .
to New their IIII'S togetherhentlic: "I I beg your pardon1 he said at last, the air. When we get ready to silk : that every tlu Influence of whiskey; but we fcarleisly I I I'hoonlr lost t.eir dories, and it 1 feared weeks there isi J stir at the announcement

were explained a clouds of misfortune shrouded her, and for Ellice did not speak, "but does any pole we drop what we call a sheer pole 11.lt'l assort that three-fourths conRneil in hat many lives were lost.WicuJixsi. that the king WIl leave the palace OI atlits.

York Tribune reporter in a brief talk by I be, with some trite sentences of condolence one wait to see me? I am blind." and hold it i in place 1 by four guy rope- I IOn ? walls can trace their downfall tirl'.t) I thISa1l.lnl( weather prophet ,certain day a progress: by a certainroute.

John W. Bookwalter. lie has been detained I : his I tongue% ( had si lepll.lout ..y(.. Hoy," Ellice answered, in a ) thc top of this p-tle is a block and I or indirf-tly to that 11".'' prophesied most tremendous There is excitement among the

from foreign trip of t 1101 : probably (1_ rtl- choked( voice. putting out her hand to tackle. The is then made fast to : The apjM-al/ : is given to the public through I itorm! of th>- century_would strike America mandarins then and the sheds and
a contemplated rope N. '\ who ceitifiesthat
Utley :
\ by the of country hat I lug }himself that he had not gone so lead him to :a seat. I It was the first time the centre of the big pole on the ground, it the was Chaplain drawn,up and sign.I' in the exact form )neltell"rl.l ""the murderer of threepersons f houses that have been permitted to

/ rapid growth far but what it was still easy to )'1'11e. she had ever called him by his given and the horse to which the other end is in which it appears by.thf.pri-oners themselves RI in Paris, uas i. len guillotined.TfRKEYhas i grow up in th streets are swept

about his large farm in Nebraska, She sighed, not for him, hit for her name: and she saw the light flash over attached starts up. The pole rises in the I "wIthout any dllatll as to form or I, to HuysLVs proposal I away over night. The streets resume

through which'thc railroads arc pushingtheir shattered i.llal. when she saw that lie his fa c. I :air and when it gets up certain height I matter" upon part 01 thl taut of any to send n..tI"l" \\1101' ti) Bulgaria I their proper width, and the} king
: cuiivicttilcill
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the roll of
y. He has cut up his land into s.mrht out a shallow, brainless] fa\'nitl of "Eli ice,oh ,my darling!" he exclaimed, I hilf a do/en of our men take hold of I selves.other man" outside I I and Eastern H01W:'. being none tiewiser, tunks that liiiWe I

farms ': and has leased fortune. and sought by a vigorous court- Ihl'l he stammered, "forgive me, )ls'' the end ami sink it into the hole.It I know there i is always some discount: to EDITOR (rnRI.. a very deilant speech capital always wears A trail .
each Ilt
of 160 acres ship t to obtain her: hand in 1I8 rriIg: .- :ai.d (;Iray. that I forgot for a moment. ( about men and a hor"e to be placed on such statements, ,coming: from I at large Nation-! Le-igue mooting in Dubred, sand j is sprinkled in the middle! of

12::of tLesc farms on long term lease possession of the property lie knew she was very kind of you to come.'" I one of t\\'n1'these monstnrs, and we I I criminals or drunkards or dead U-ats. It is lin. the street to mark the royal route, and
to her right in tlut: s-gli:: : I i put up natural for them usually! to exagg<'rate t he- t Hox. JAMES ($ Bi.MXEand the Fringe of and the- assembles -
The leaseholds! in price according held in own ; all "1 fear you wiithilk the motive selfish ., can from eiuht to ten per day in : { the army mu"ters populace
vary of the put up part liquor has played m their degradation, I have met munber f>f times at Hom- j
exhaled the last lingering: perfume Wale that line. The king.1
location. The farms near the railroadsare when I ha\e g 'Ol my reasons the It,. In the country, where we erect making it :sort of" scapegoat for their ('%VIl i burg. th,' n't.-.l (-TTm1umt waterinj-plaec. along processions J.
of valuable than those friendship i Eli: (( ( ;ray had: felt I not for fur coming, she replied, struggling 1io'cs all the way from forty to fifty feet, sins and weaknesses But allowing. for nilreasonable I" ', are a: !brilliant ant picturesque

course., more I larry \ ( ( hit for the} m.11 -ll ]had: I bravely: for composure as she sat down we (' raise anywhere from titty toseventylive (discount this petition reinaiii'a :,. I I in some way as ,anything that other

remote from the line of transportation. imagined: him to hI: and in itspluegicw near him. Then : "The train leaves in :1 per d.iy. As to the pay of : 1'11' of the most I'glnt.a" lm'n.ts tlie ever sa'oon.Thf.s put. I I.JOHN DOLA of Pittsbur, beforeetartinp capitals can ofT r, and such'Corean fete
The rentals about $201)() per year I loathing! stud co.tempt:: for J Ilany Vanceibcfitilunc will and into torm for th" l."tl'p.ltIUOI 'dav is worth coming far to see. Thepeople
hour and I month I
-iveragc two must return, so you these men, seme get $:oO t per know know I other I !
( men th"11 tl'm\'u,1 for } tho day
for each farm. "This i is much better," I I't .hunter, I intensituda bundled! pardon UH if I am somewhat abrupt in board: and the more expeit climbers $10 his power. It is hardly I coo-ivabl" that siirhau I ; ljlta11a : alone in thl'lrhlt pale blue,

"than farming on fold when 11"1. :hl herd, of the debts naming my errand?r' month and 1 board. The lunging: of appeal does not come from! their: II'a u' -.. I said that ho that some accident bright red and trcen clothes give picturI'Mpieness -

said Mr. Bookwalter, : In j and, dims that I : ,"( hs 'u1 huvav. For "(', ," he courteously."Well the per wire is a ti ick. The horse does What a ll a ]large scale, for !e\r1 reasons. strictly : and honorable: hei-clf. -hrould'lolcr.ite ,- 'rtainly reptell. quite flowing through the sv\'inging iio rs i.f theKirroom when every dingy wall tiled or thatch
upright wire i also.Vc
share I in t the
said somewhat his stringing Poor wni'ks the Chores of and that he dreaded crossing
,) particularly
the first place, it develops the country ] n" Ith.111\h nth-rs, weakly striving to gain time, now that attach the copper; wire to a rope and time! In all tln> iutinit upon eternity (Jo.1 has: the ill-fnied Ashtabula bridge. I roof, and every open space; is kaleido-

and makes the property more valuable.In and in her vocabulary: thf 111 IIli t I the decisive( moment had "the fact then throw the over a dOZl'l pole*. given them one life to live here upon earth stopic with them, it hardly needs thegorgeousnesi

it makes each farmeran without means or i ut.ent: : i payment: i I of getting COle married.:' The burse i is at roll and when and only one. and they have made a hideous Vpon his arrivfd in the town he vans of the army, the palace
the is am pole
next }place terms.'Mail thinking failure of that. Why: In great part-yes, guards and the mandarins suits to add
brothers who ,
the wire is drawn just met his t.co were
'prtIIIII" he as by
will want to : I ), 1 rokenIv, "it was tarts up
eventual settler, who heart i caught in the rebound"proved .Elil. in gn-a'est! pait-It-cause of the "open gates to the scene.-Gfo1e.Jkmor'zt.
: 'v : fel to come here to tell me that. Di.l'lllhink tight as I'al 1 be. The whole( business isIiol' of hell."' kept oven bv the license policy of among the members of the Murphy
that be has been improving in this l-p. Kl'.ire: hadcome ( '
buy the farm true: : fo
: down to even to the Government.
I had still any hopes that you riglit a sli'nl'l the State Iegaii/Mt by about mile east of
Club encampe-l ft .
Then it is more to I hilit tie \ illagxto IOM th-- of organized society, A Millionaire's ReT -np.It
and making vllua11e. cared for me. thatou should come gripping the poles! and stringing the made p-utand lurt.1
"' heart I th.it: had: never really: I been in I Iirrv's ; to I I with that announcement 11'f? wire ," and th"ir profits shared in by the Christian the bridge, and he mentioned to them I is Mr. Crocker'cutom to ride

remunerative. .kiJlh1. community under which they receive theirs the fact of his act wishing to cross t'je' home from the railroad: otlices in San
h"llilg.h I be his; ,(I. replied, and then, :as no s of sanction (Jo.1 pity us all for the hells
her
United States I ''y would nsk to j| Pauper i in : and( Wales been so long ho would diving j Francisco in the democratic streetrespoirsil.le -tir.
The foreign trade of the ( other words( would come, sat staringat England upon earth for which we have bridge, and that prefer
"had 1 herself I to
and she him his ,
for the last fiscal year: wsis larger than wife .how : :110\1 she cutiM be with !],!lesI\ at his j pale face as he leaned I The number of paupers in England: Vvit-e. around bv the road. Ho wa I Any one who sees leining would weary
dream :
of happy hair. The saloon mu-t go!- face on his laruc, gold-headed cane
the cushions of his Presently
1 before, in all direction" I bl sedens., .- if it-st against and Wales' during the for-his fears, and was induced
that for the year him; with what a ) < she and stood beside him "tla.1dldillll --- I laughed at i take him for a deacon or a philanthropist

In other words we exported more domestic and 1'lct she < ould creep into the she'-} her:lrC with the crisp, five \\lkq'Utll'll iii .\piiI I 742- ,WTto721.i.OJH. ( )( ( News and Notes. to -walk be short distanoe to the so benevolent is his expression and so
Irtting lingers toy the fourth
I Indeedmee
merchandise ((exports of foreign I ter of his maiily: :TI"al1i lay her luadupon the .1..t.,-Ilt1...I.... lli-it.I... .slmdctl.. .. .his. 'brnV"Boy. .,- i in wlu-n the number! was AIrolitte prohibition* of the liquor traftie a camp. While crossing the bridge a immaculate his clerical-looking neck-tie;
Hut now w.tk .January _' miles in
his lo\ ing"breat. law throughout the >)(V M) square but the observer} would be greatly mistaken
I'rehandi7cwc'rc but slightly I less than !I .auikeii lug had C'011. and the dreimwas : 1 she whispt-rcd, hurrying: into ;sen,4.tI I:: there I iiaI I been a continuous: de- the Noithren Territories, Canada freight train -:came over, and they I Crocker has the reputation of

before i .uid imported more foreign merch.inai7c. over.- She had: l lcd him so entirely! '.p '\hi. I.t her courage: should fail. < line, uninterrup'cd, save in the third Petrokum V. Na.sby," in the Tolwlo stepped to one sideAn express train being the most mcrcilCT* of all the
know that I love
the f figure representing for the gl'I.'n"i 1 )y. ut''uit you you week March: wht'l theie I 'vua: slight UOf.saysEvery bt-er'salonn! is a primary and John ijomf idea of his charactermay
: Including for hilef. g.t. better than :pinonI el.e in the world.F I increase the pre.-eeding week The school in" intempeianuc: every gilde drinking came rushing along, was millionaires
the movement of coin, it is found heart that seemed large enough t,1 lod then but. I love a hundred, on I hell is an academy wherein men graduate struck and killed. be gained from this incident. When
hi, brothers; tint you you number ": ;!!<) represents a populationof
take in all mankind: I' : :I.iO in this \ic -." he bought the block on which his present
and has been
that of exports! t times mor: now. : one in ) in total estimatedpopulation
the mports :{ ) :
totals )1'
the difference lft :a
of :
{ she had not once thought! ] here today ti: 111)11 The deterioration in the morale of British -------'-- '--- residence is built, the owner of one lot a
balance long regret ever ( ; ; i';. iiri'tigure is
merchandise and money, in their (' for he was : :IH : ," 1.-1 s&ani,1i caused by drinking habits has len stubborn German, at first refused to sell.
the side of lrllm"tauC to ask you to marry me. Don't I'fue equal to that ) the saintperi-d in I l, dwelt recently in England DOOLY COCSTT can boast of the
.
1).ing on emphatically upon his avarice became excited the
she When
1240 K)0) the excess rich as was: poor.Now : by
account she} had )he.ird her name coupled 11 1.I I have suffered" enough form :and "lightly !larger; than for 1 S'.t; !' by th> Right Hon. A. J. Mimdella, M. P., tallest man as* well as the smallest lionaire's intent to buy, he
the The merchandise mitakl and: I love von. Lite Pn sidt-nt of the Board of Trade. I eagerness
imports. with the obnoxious tcims""ad\cntuies- _\ but it is i smaller than :any \I since lv;;. womanan Geor ia. SamtCaaon stands gradually increased his pricdafter eachTemperanise
alone sent : products 1 Ellice." lie cried between with tmiited I The London Grand Division of Sons of
shows that wc :hroat and "fortune.hunter." and 1 the piophe.y) ,1 pain In London an c" population 7 feet and 2 inches successive offer. Finally Crocker became T7
branches with
valued at $' ,(hHlO, mairie I h-r he jiiul pleasure. "how can I IOI'elt.' of 4,14'"i4:5.!' : the number at the end (.1 has ninety-two I in his stockinglieet oath
gOds and wars that ''if Mr. Carlton I o\er 4.11 0 memlieis. an'l an accumulated above for enraged and swore a mighty
more than the importIIti11'n analysis would] ( know :i' hill all "tin--: : tint would I I be sin-li a sacrifu\. 1 April was t(>,'r.4.; ;- the the weeks in April fund of it-'Unio.( Its benefits range from 5c.and there is room enough J that never while he lived would he buy

shows that it was his: )wealth that won her." ".I I kn..w it lli\-." she answered, wilfully showing a constant decrease. This shows to il per wi ek during sickne, and from i'o (several more ii-ches. Caaon is BO slim I that property. io he built huge fence, I
of the export account him. "when inn of J:5.1:; i in l.iinn.u i whi'-h i is u f."i:ii at ileath.
Miedid not know that then-mark I in: 1 li'unlllrta'nlln \Ol a p1opirt to ,that Le hardly o.-asti a shadow, bat he twenty-five feet high, around the house
&W :I Agricultural pro : t \\oinan: living trifle than that of of the of Stato of Iowa writing 4 4th
73 per cent was: been nude expressly for her ('a r. hail I are \Hrhof higher : any previous The Secretary rouDd as fast as a loco i and lot of the German. The latter soon
ducts, including dairy manufactures, and been made too. with the until teriLl bIll| but, only let me be your wife and I will three year*-for in"tann'. l"">, the of the results of prohibition as affecting can get over 4 had to remove his house and the.fence, -
of the State, says: -1'roperty H'ill has a daughter
pioperty Mrs. ,
i.
article including rank'ein: j try so hard to make you happy. lowest known shows a proportion of 2-?. motive. remains
mh reduced inheightstill
20 per tent. manufactured that its I barbed bitterness t :] valuo continue to increase; also populat'on iomewhat
; "1 am : he hopeless] and I1- nor lss'i'; ieathed-J.5: :; in that wo. born in 1872; consequently f
.\ review of her heart for hi]: i she not dared: to. Iinc. mUrmll.t ntthc.r has increased notwithstanding our heavy Anna, to mark the millionaire's wrath, although

refined petroleum. 1 unmistakabh.: I, icfiise the at- ly. .001.) of the total number of paupers I leases by offers of free homes in Kansas.Nebri she is ''5 years old, yet is only the ("erniair-has: beeif in hi* grave for
the import account shows that nearly kindly hit me 1 be HHtr'I'S.. Oh! Boy" IMKSlii I i; were indoor :and I '4v.o:;>s2 out >ku. ami Dakota, at our very door. Crocker is regarded
> as
i0uI) of the spcakir'sM n. .11 in height. She goes about several years.
tent 30 inched .
half total is due to ala'Ke turning and : while! in I the 1III1wrs(1' ; Texas voted about 140, HI increase of the} sensitive to I the .d she 'ohl'l'l1 away c'oH'rin" 11001 Jlnrll little worth thirty millions, of which much is cI
1'lili.'I' duties like
Kl't'll\ i; i :!:". ';. I indoor anil i'uitilo'irresIeitivt.iv. white ballots in favor of amendment. This her household a lady,
,' goods. lu hands l "don't send m' ali '
\ : !
f.I in real estate.-Cosmopolitan.
of might harl
UDlltia111 she yet 11'1 the ad
importation others. 1:1'1' ma ie even according to i
) / ,' 'J'imn. \ot.was up suiall, she is not required ____
being so
: a"--1* material if this 'Itl.j!1 e'ti(1 had not away. 1 cannot bear it I cannot i live .// minion of its enemies, from the morality, inbut, : -
coffee tea
'. ". "o"all' : contribdtbe CCIur, her loved him so truly without you." I telr'eiu! e and reFp.-ctabihty of the Statf to do iiiiich. rtis i> bout the smallest Everything to be well done requires

%_ ...' 1'1'1 .r. .n ,'ariu..frms, in'l PII" :that he should thinkof He was silent for I moment, then be : Parents sometimes need in-tru'tion whit h. to a minority, is equivalent to a %ic- in theti'o:1L oreDaration. .

.-AA- 4f > nil' :i' llL lu::, ., ..f 11utit11i ; she her could, even not for hl'al a moment, as-she thought arose and turned towards her 1 much as the children need e, lcalio .& I tory.-SaI Ballot. woman .

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I -I---_ ----- SPECIAL NOTICE. to the Hn. of fn v
; 4, UtWASotthaonz!
4 T TEMPLILMILLS the line dlvi. XT
: Q J. COUMISSIOXEIS coUBY, ?OOiftJeJ of Bradford
'COUNTY and
Bradfrod Orange P.rop- : lty.: IN: Clay .
The Volunteer Wins. BRADFORD COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA, Wwrtnjf point, with voting a
f Itarln f ytsited Hard t .
he Recently some of our citizens TEMPLE'S S SEPTEMBEU 8b. 1887k pt on .
And -. Done 'D open session
.4. *T i Orange county and points south. they F. DOARDOFCOUNTf COMMBSIOKERgJL .Septen>

# return better satisfied than ever with the America Still Keeps the Cup FJ1- P1MI of saii county being teMpilat nesalon, A 1787.L[ S.] LOUIS VrTlKOTAK. -jj -
for
wat beld the purpooe-.o
meeting
..,.. PUBLISHED WEEfcL AT- soil, climate and products of our own special Uividinsaid county Into County C-'inn-iasiou- 4

P, BRADFORD CO.UNTY. FLORIDA 18 r t; II. F. YORK. __
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100 Districts.Present. -
time
Difference in ef
The was
county. Tfyey report orange groves
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% MANUFACTURER Jx-uis WItkOT kl'ChAinr.3n; M. R.Beasley. Clerk Circuit Court and CT ;
WEP __ to 200 miles south of here M having less minutes. f J. \V. McKinney. M. V. Smith and J. A odile>r for Board County Com 'i
: Commissioners.It _
*, ,. Editor and Proprietor, fruit, generally than our groves, and the -S- OKVXD PF.iI.KK INSiwi1 S. Andrews is hereby County ordered that in p1 rsuancr of An sioners. '

'- -- -' -- Trees looking uo better, and in many A Good Beat, rresse'l Yellow 1'iac Act ol the Legislature of the State i>f Florida.Approeit I.I F. York. Clerk of the Circuit
ai.
HtibscriptUn (trie* if paid ui advance places not near: sr well as ours. Our The race between the Thistle and the Lumber of every Ilesc-r .thm and lawsof Fh riila, that the County of Rradfnrd which be (it Hoaida.do hereby certify county.that ,i 4

,. fl.50 if not p.il in <]vi'i: ( A $2.' <). Kadi orange crop is fair throughout the coun- Volunteer for the championship cup-came Quality. shall divided be into designated Five Commissioners numbered and Districts U>nn'Jcd" as C re .inK i iii a rorrrn copy of the divi

subscriber will Jio notified when hie tj and the trees have made remarkable off on Tuesday and was ea&ijy won- by IB" Laths Pickets, Railings, Bracketa follows: I tricts sioiM.fnaicI, givIng county dis-ription into Election and DU,

: ... Subscription is out by a large cross niter growth where cultivated properly.. Our the American 3 acht Volunteer. Although and. Finishing Lumber coifstant on COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT NO. I.emnraeiflg of of the same, as l Iai.l r.tfby the Board number.,
4 r
Election district No. an-i part
his iiamfi, and if not ordered otherwise flat wood with clay subsoil are demonstrated the day was unfavorable fur a jnce each VECETABLE.It haml."Special two and Lhne. County Commissioners of said ro

I (.he! paper will to promptly sloped when Lobe specially adapted to successful had an equal chance. The Volunteer ij PURELY attention given to Fill- ffinnii.s: at the North East comer nf Section on the 6th day of September A. D, if
IU aid running Jiveii under
extraordinary icaey on thTTIVER ) 21 in Township 4 of Range my hand
the subscription expires. orange growing.* Many groves in no doubt the best boat and the Americans scti with lug Orders: with Dispatch.Scroll" therioe West nloni the South houndarc of Baker s-eal of otTice at S'atke the iohity and

Short articles pf public interest will Starke are well laden wjth fruit. The can make the est boats. Below we give R'K | DHEY3f county creek to ti its> i Olustee*>mt of Junction creek thence with thu-Umn Santa said, r e (if efot. 1"S7.H. .

l>. received with piensurnnnd published, Leantou Wynn grove on South shore of a correct cut of each of the boats and a -"WorK Hiver, thence up said Santa Fe River .ui.t l up tin* 1 YORK.Clerk..
AND 30VLS.AN New River to tte East boundary line of Sei-tion .
and make
but in writing. write plainly Sampson lake is so loaded \yith bright and full discription of each which we have obtained 4N1) .!3 in Township B of Range 19. th<"ici North -

I our atory as hurt ay I jx M MUle. People well-developed fruit that of the at a -oat expense.A -. EFFECTUAL .SPECIFIC FOR : along the Section hut-s to the point oj beginning SPECIAL MASTER'SBY SAL1
many pi .
of Baker ,
the South boundary count"
In
do not brunches now are propped up to prevent tLa.irl$. S'ek !ti' iar" ', Vegetable COMMISSIONERS: DISTRICT NO. 2. VIRTCRE OF A DECREE RENDERED
--- -
p4'psla, hy thHHon.Jamen M.
We Election districts two and Baker Juiljje of fu
the heavy breaking the limbs. embracing parts
f. crop Countlpallon, 4th Judicial! Circuit Florida on th* 26th d.v .7
: SUrke, Fla., pet. 1st, 1887. ji.i.2tezi. three.feejfinning. August A D.. 1887,1nasuitforfor !
noticed some trees there 25 to 27 years old Ividncy A'C'No at the Northeast corner 'of Section I :l. iiri. of

_ ...: .e. -- 24 in Township 4 of Range 21. an.l running I Mortifc'e lately jwndlnj Jn the Circuit Court cf
that in their luxurious Krudfiinl
were simply magnificent of1ISaker coin nty. !'> said State. Wherein llton

Henri Walterson.n>Hkes this astounding growth and wealth of fruit. Bob rTt; ; A SPECIALTY. thence countv west alonj to the? th N'ortheii-South boundary corner t>f line Section Tiilbin I.r.lU complainant. and W C Crosby anti
., ..3.i4I A Crosby, were deftnda t*. the
assertion lu thc < olumuj! of disown paper. Wynn and S.imly Prescott know just how 1 ---V | Si in Towns-hip 4 of Kant- 19, thence South | as Special Magterin said cauis will undersigned n.,"
FOR SALEACRESLAND alonpr the Section lines to New River thence up | the 1st Monday of October A. t>., lt*7.
t he
prcr bis owu initials: "Prohibition in a to grow and keep in tip-top order an ALSO [ said New River to the line dividing.Range il tsl.Iflg the 3ra day of said month, in front of wm th

of the devil to innocent be Witict It and Yi. thence North along > aid Rane tine to i Curt House door in the town of Starke
i
a device ensnare orange grove, and they have learned the Housemen 2icui! I the point of bejjinninjj on- the South J.ontulary IJrsilforil county sell In the highest ao4 in said b

souls. It ib particularly so with respect to secret, it seems, of developing bright au !. I > i fimh.-i>lr-i-.i- furli-'iiifi!. ut-ta-C. I of baker oouctyr- >'jottler} for cash, the following dtocnbwl land*
b an Jiyar of suit,-run;; iidm.ny L COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT N<)> 3. tiruateil in said Bradford county, to wit-
It devised and meant .ihi *: *' n.-iny 100-- iho
} of
I we.men. was fruit and lots of it to every square foot -dollar iti time and 'l.i'Uirs's.\ \\\ ..5 eznhracinrIectiondi..itricIone.tfld na'jf ut sir South halt of the North East quarter of sectU.tvMX.

Satan to lure them to destruction. Mr. space their trees cpver. THERE IS P.'JT ONE 'vr* ISegmninpT| at the Southeast corner o, Section To n-.hio av -n. South Ran? twenty-*

iF Watterson miglit send a diagram with The Florida oran'ges' this season 12 in Tonihip 6 -of liaiitrt- 2e anJi running said East,ilwre1.such sale being fur the purpo-f>finforc'D"
prices on SIMMONS LIVER BSGDLiTOR thence North alrmj tlie lin'- tiividu K Seizes 2"i
|1>1H. The Indies would like to knq\y how are obliged to prove good because of and *} t-> the S.uth boundary of Buktr ruunty ;I Sale within the hours pre-4cnbnl l.y la*,
See that get the genuine with red "Z' thenit- \\Vst alonjf the cmnitv line to the line JAMES WILLS
: ;j and wlmy.-X.. the short crop throughout larger areas of en froM you of Wrapper. P: -. r. i only by dividing Ranges 21 and 2:.'. thence So"\ti> alonif I[ THu F;. BUfifJ. Special Master

: .- said line to the J.ew Kiver. Ih.-n.- otoii wiul [i Solicitor for CompJainant.i .
& CO. *
.1 the orange-growing sections. j.H.ZiL1r1 the I II i Se| t. 1st, IS$ .
Philads'phis.'pV. vr'irr r>n."silKKIFFS t NeW River to the point in which it inti a---<-t.-
I, The Maitlnnd Co-irirr is rtpr>nsible for Suitable for Orange* Groves, in 14)ts I R.angeiitle.liVi.liaLr Ranges 2I> and 'J! thence J p
I .- the Nmth \Ve-t "orneri
alonj; said L.tng'ioo. to
tlicM: sentiment!*: It 30)1) want more local Southern Lumber Lands. of I 10 acres ami to, as may be wanted i uf Seition 7m iounslnp i ti-s; of I!: nteA'-'I. and

}M'\VS hdp ti- *11..kt it. !)' smiuuhmg.JJuild I We print to-day a series of clippings referring SALE. Nov 1-tv. I thence Kji talon thi ,section lines. Hie* point NOTICE.
I .
f lie
I r> iunini;
a houv. tt innrrkil. advertise, to the rapidly increasing dmund V p LOMMI SIONEILS DISTRICT XO44enil IN'CIi: CIRCUIT

flope hit komelMNly, rit thrashed get and purchase of southern tj} i her lands, in l"i 'i-'- : yi 1 y v.rtre; nT H-I \eait ion t U -uiu'it TIlE F.tIoLs: S's sro1-MtDE racint{ electkn district number MX aud part OF FLORIDA, BUADFORU COUNTY ISCHAXCKRY.

killed, go Imny > ou 'elf-in sh'rt do any large and small bodies. It is hardly crtdible nut t>-f--:ill" 11-tula* Ciu%u.t el.il.C'niit.i' ((1.eSflli for (Iiadfni.I! i t v .-f| -ICM iiiiintyMii -. ( PLYMOUTH ROCK $$3 PANTS'[ of fiiagiuiniuoac%.-. at the Southeast corner or r.-o-ti.i1 .

thing txcejit; sit Hround and growl. If thiii land* are sold by the thousands; \ACHT i i1muI.E. l l--r A I H n. m- T in :i i in t- tl'-r. 11 : t-mln j; l> ? l' 3o ii; in Township t Cof; Range '- faml runnnu thence .Aao v L. SCOTT, }
I -.v t-i. t'..> l'"!,ir. In I a'.t! .in I l.ui.n.i.iti. n v i n- Cut to order from I North ahngtIue line uIIi4liIiLnge i* and ito vs Eill for DiTorci
Lles.ipd with ui| nuni-p of bruins of for the qf $1.00 or which ha- .iii-I .J. "V-up!.' .i< ri tP Iin ro\a- EttScorr. )
yoij ufe acres petty stjm; The new cutter yacht Thistle > ; -:1'v. ON |>!anu.T: :'.rIu.ii cluthf* carefully M-lec-t thpSuuthfant corner vfroiti<>n
local nilau., 1 !iu-ti 'C. j'' ui><.i .u.i! % ill I -l;I at i public u ted for style and wear. slap rt of Ranged, thence \Ve*<, al.iui.eti.'fl 1 EFI NIIANT IN'
will know iln-t our page r.mjmly : l-25 when au acre contains i I THE AEOVE STATEDcatMe
you $ peracie. many been built for the purpOM? of wreMinjr the .ale l I0-r.,ru' tio-: (Ci.irt H..IIM* or at M.irke. intl. Every pair cuarii'itftdami lines to the i'wiutliwes.t corner of >-fi.oii 7 inTowncihipb I ) j is hereby noticed that complainant

record even s as they ociur.Ve from twenty to fifty trees woith "AmericaV from the fnited states, Co'intv .if Hn .1 (4 an I .ta-- i.f rl'.rMa. MO.SBY PROMITLVRErvsDVD R.inre21, tht-nce N"orth ij-: the I tins tiln! his bill of complaint against her io
cup th ti !M :'t.nL0ty this
(-ur-ii "- .-g.\\\ In. i i.f sa' j i.-i or a iww line midin Rante SO and 21 to Ne Kiver. |I
cannot cnult thcrq. from four to ten dollars each yet such is where it has remained ever since the \ ic- .th "fli ilax nfnveiii'.H: r A. i>. t T. Tn.ol- I, pair madf. If good- |i thence South Westerly along said Net- River court.aa answer non-resulent or demur, and thereto that by unless the sliepUad. lit
'.... .* nl ci.! 'inilj, in >.:n.t: r-vuiIV Cf Ira.t-: \ returned un at- to where said River crosses the hue *IniJingSections \1..i.v .. -
idea as -.f Ob.-t-shsr.. h tsht. Ph
the sun ply have no are j _. .. I .s.. .. .. ..
case; oqr people of the "America" in is.1. di-spite numrrojjs L.I'I I i. 4. ,". 6. tii.l c\ 4" --- I-pS.. it U ,. S.
tory t..r-I I im-i Ma'" us I'lii.II'M : isfactory. iv ami *', iu H>V.H>IUJ u I*I I T therein will be taken confessed
her
as by
The Mate IJar Association recently organized of .Hi- value of their pua vjons, and in attempts to win it back on the i.f e'Sei U lx is 1. 2. :U. I. n- i.f S4 Ti ti Range o. thence
au.l l .S > >- > corner of Section wn-liip
> Given under hand
&t;; Gajnoyillc, willubQut nttietjmember. many instances have literally thrown away part of Btilish yachtsmen WHS built ou n'i' <>' n % lit--< 3> Trrt-1. vililV Iu Aluircijitl'l ; Do Von WearPANTS South along Range line dividing Ranigi f ')) and my and seal ot
court this 31st, day of August .1.. b..
.- enrolled i is pledged in its con- fortunes aud received nothing jn retuin. The Thistle dusiirnod w1* of s\\ S<-c i ii: > S nf Mi. s < i of S'-t r 21 to the Southwest coiner of TownAp 6 iu I IRan 'I 1U..
by
the Clyde. wus ai.-l ti'i of' wij < 17.114 e's ..t plituliqn aud hy-l.iws never to become a Forests have been denuded and enormous Mr. J lj.. Vitson, a naval architect, and j c 1'J.) e'< Si->- ,:5. L..I1.1. i 3. %. Si "t'i i.t 4. nv.'ie.S danes of Township 6 R.inge.21 and 2jr iu the BUeiU.v WILLS. YORK. Clerk,
of s.w' -.'.>. su 'II of nHi Y1
anal < "i 'C
ot \ 4 ot beginning.
? political machine and will never lend its rafts of logs have been floated to market has been constructed by Messrs. 1). and 1 0.I O fl'I* V 4 hf '* .S of' bW,>4 and r' lot point COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT NO.$ Soli.-itor for Complainant.

aud influeipe to any political jespirjml and sold at prices which b-irely coveted ofiSiemens i _%% ec.7: tj.ts 1. ?'. :8. 4. w.'- i.f iit-'i. n S r'fiiv
I name W. Henderson & Co. he is built V 'C&' of nw i. nS of \\i anil n S of j-w'% Tell us about what embracing election di.-trict Xo. 7 ami parts of

or seekc. of oftice. Its next meeting the cost of the labor, leaving actually Martin strel, with clipper how, ':, S-3!. nw'4 iItiC' SC.'J U'' hfs3 I -- eub.r yu'i like s -nil us 5 and 6. i SHERIFF'S SAIE.

pill be in Jacksonville.Ve predict the nothing in the hands of the owner for the and her dimciieions ite; as follows: t 10 .u of e i.w of nw ofns'. uu -,'f 5.4 of w'Lo.ts uutt I. 2 4 antI I,_. INSIDE/iiur WAI-LEG measure HIP and, in Beginning Township at 9 of the Rang Southeast; SS annd corner ninnins of A--ti Uience n 1 |I[ pYVIRTUREOFAN EXECUTION ISSUED

Association will prove a great l dp in elevating valuable timber taken hum his land and load watt line 3o ft. ii-- of k" 4 S&i.. all in Ttowiiship I-iro S-ith ofBangtia '- North alor.g the line dividing lUnje-s S l.n d S3 !Ito 1 > out of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial
Length over : ; .i-t. LLI-o suofse S. c 1. $ '- of h.t 1. I t-ti-t her wit h $-I and :J5 rt.s. for po-.ta, c for prepaid ) the Southeast corner of {-ection .'!>> in Tow !:- Circuit for Bradford County. Florida on that
r1 the moral tone and professional it mjiigh time for our people to call a breadth. 2)) ft. 3 in. ; depth of hold. 14 ft. I,, '' l.ut in; :t ai.t, s.ui u'i s.e our e.xpri'-'< iind {iii -nin Or ; -iiJ B ct<., jitter I ship 6 S i'.an.> S2. thence West along' "1 t'.vn.hiiHue > -t day ->f t-eprember.. D.. INS?, in favor of -
brotherhood throughput rrfnc sell unless t it V 4 Sl l *- f I' S-o 9 t 3'j of ii. (-If LISW tn n ; or to Hie uufhutuf this paper and a pack- to the South we-t corner of i' Siti it il in Town o* Marke and against J. LWynn.. N. D.
pthics of the legal halt or at least to to 1 in. ; registered tonnage a frttrti.m over I Cut flW j ii 'i of '*, vf\ ot[ <\v 4 s' c 10. agout -ampin! will l mv.- niule l you. i'-c'udmx ajitotl Tow nsin p i C I&nge 21 thence North alorir Range I J'-ne,. and R. :>. L'owlinjf. I have levied on and

the Slate, and of tnut-h practical lieuS they can get something like an approximate 100 Hr tacina which! i i-J 1 L-.t-. i.! 5. > ami t S, ot-w : S.t- -1 1, T. %n-hip ( linn ripe| nwasiire as we live 'Jepositcit tiflet,) the Southeast corner of Sectliji| !4 in j I will offer or saie at the Cotirt House door i intarke
tons ; : tonnajre.: Six Soutli! of Ratiu'f 'Jl Kast. nNo. I..t- 1, ','. 4.5. with the 1'roprietorsr.f this pa;) T a number of Township 0 Ii; Range :$". thence \Vest-aloi f, S'-ction > '.n Monday the 3rd day of evtober between
flu to each and eveiy member. value for their property for it is now calculated on her given s.iil ure.i. i io. 131) fi. ntnl 7. Set 1. n'.v'i ot m V. rte'i of ii-"4 cud: these packages for Mile at r>ix cents.PLYMOITH lines to where New River intersects, thence.- the legal hours of sale alt the estate and
evident that the South and the South nc' of.sw14 N-c ."), Iii! i-'i of nw' sW '< o nwUs Southwesterly down w.ti.1 New Rive to irIoiit.it1 interest which J. L. Wycn had on the ISth day
tons. Indeed, her enonnoui' spars and ''i aiu! n\V (ufSu* n'a of rl4 aii'l nr % ofhwl t HOCK PAXTS CO. _. .with! the Santa Fe IUvrtli& act* upSIM ot July \. D.. !Ss7m and to he followi g dee

Mr.. Burnhum, of Lake View, who met alone, must furuish the timber supply.We ---. .. .---- ____ l. _._ --........ ..cS.gflaL ,,,.,..- Sec 19. a oilier a'i d fractional ne % or 5>an'ie re mver along me 31 ei'ii ji IL'LL 3 e-ribcii roil estate to wit: Lots 15 and 1(5( in block
u
I week illC I ;aii ni.ti st.t i SvO 'J3. V jtn; a rricu accident some ten remcruber well within (he lust ten thing yet sprca-"' over an English racing i of nu' of st*!* ..Y S "I < *\ S *c 27. Township Seven Done m oiivn Se>sjon. NE'oi >E of Section 29 Township 6 Rang
IiK feet be- South! o Iante i E.ist. aKoSi of nwk of LOUIS WITKOTKI. c,'. Bradford. State of Florida.
| the! prqtjjii-g nf one of when the "bUck walnut cruzt" in tie county
: ago; p years necessitated
cutter, having very powerful spL and qw V ot"nw'tof c\ Section Five w/ of Notice ot Disolutlou. Chairman B ard County ComiiiLvioBnidftrd flers Sild to satisfy said Execution and all cost.
.fwccn tle| cogs of hit mill, was in town on stripped the foiests of Tennessee anil! lines in the hull!), and an unusual strength w\ Sec 17 Towi.sUip l?'.'v<-n Si-ntli of 1-tr.e County. Tt-rinH roah. Purchaser paying for Title. Sept. -
Mr. Humaui los Ka a. di-.o-t. uw'i of now Sec 5. ncof sw % Si-cT The copntrtler'-111[) )irifofor existing Attest: n. F. XORK. A 1-t. 1HS7 H EN KY W. EPPERSON. '
ijofiday. Although Kentucky of their richest treasures in in intel nat fast nings. Tljw ri. gin also ii'-W. I'-S of nw S .w -i. t-S ot >* n'i of nw \ m.lV.. Ellery I.vN. un-lt-r Clerk ('ircuit Court and Laoflici*j Sheriff of Bradford County.
his he suffered from of >.w', its.sc'4.n v ft'-'e inini-siin"rs. out Plaintiff's
lM>ut half of foot timber, when speculators bought walnut > pt? h3 [ Property pointed by Attorney.
I '' has btcn cKci'ptiona'ly strrngthened is I OfW'4, I.\ Clf J.W1 Ol sij Sf I ; Ol nf c-- the firm name; of Tniliy ife D.ivis, i.- Eli is I hereby certify that the foregoing is'.i correct 0

; no iuflanMion.) and in five weeks from Mumpage at one dollar a tree, and many to withstand the rough weather frequently '! Soc'.i, nwn ol iiC- !s--4 ot ni. sw of n-vit, eln- dissolved by mutual cons -nt.Tho copyf the original one made in said mat-
ofse' Sec IT, nV ot ne't df eV J OF ELECTION.To
lie time l hurt the wound wns btiMiie'ss will be cemtinucil l.y NOTICE
ht
woilh
was of the trees were f torn. 125 to $50 encounttied on an Atlantic passage.: She I I toUjrlow & Forth ami! eSs 1)1>i nw 4 StcJU. All Given under inv hanoi and seal of .
attributes St.irk" M. Trtitiy. S. J. Sternliur- :ir.il K strong office Starke the day ofeIte1x1ter.
liurnam .tuIil Cu Mtlf
healed. Mr. 1..n-Iue'S Iutk
thoroughly each, some of them more; these men see such portion o and the Electors of the
alt
bus and! considerable : Singular
a clipper stein, u j and siilHlms'.uns of l.in.las ar. enil>ru-i": >l in the tintlcr t lie firm i trinie of Truliy.I Ste-ruliir.r t A. D.. 1* 7.I .
1415> early recovery from the wound their folly now, for though they retained overhang of stem and stern, so a to allow -I .o_V olsf of Sec 16 the n S of iif % i! '< >fnepSjofne1 \ it Co., who are :iuthori7el to settle the I ii. F YORK. (.'ontTty of Bradford, State of Florida:

to the fucl-.Uiat he has lived. a temperate their lands and other valuable growth on of her huge; tnuin-ail. I Her racing: nw1. of s.}-i cnl; an.l n'iofs-the n.
life.-Sprine, them they allowed others to take the record seems to have I thoroughly established I %reS! of luiilrihiiti.! the -w of ne-4 aiiil fr.n-tiou- Thanking: you, fnr the very hiI'rIl patrona -iv.m en* an oruer* maue! in" open_ session_ oy
'
ot Kuiln-aJ of Sec Sail
nl Mot n w V I.ing Kjist c extenil to I1- nilE eolicititii; nftintiituaiHc1 the Ho-ird of County Commissioners o'fsaid
cream of their possessions. her reputation and tin- genetal opinion | in Tow nxl.ij. C. S o Reu,. n'Uast n< were not
ilHtfil placed on r.'t(trot prior to October : of the ftitne for the new firm, county, on the oth day of September.
America's Pride. jOur have been doing worse oM and In of An Act of th I4gi4tat-i ituro
people expressed in these word: "She did 5th 1S-6; oi* of Se i !..'i cf sw of, s-e'i' m.l sw we renilainours very truly. pursuance.1 the 7th l'- T C'lup- 1- 31. That there will be an Election held
True American men and women, by they have parted with their possessions ofsw t4 of ?eS 23. sV of i t ; Sec -r. All J. M. Tiiriiy.W. Approvf-il immlP ,
.
enough to satisfy cvi-ry one that she is a.-, that inoity of s k of &.wii$ crilil in de l li ter37tH.tNo.il I laws of F'Ioriuh.I t is in s.ud county on the 14th day of Octo-

featon of their'strong constitutions, beau for a mere song and see others growing good as can be desired." The splendid l i from Jechie A. Jofeto S. J. T mpl* Fell 1'4. 18$JI KI.I.KUY.I\vis. ordered that thee ounty of Hrailturl toe K-r. next to determine whether or not.

I nml rvii>rdO"l in 1)041k "I>" j pat? I''J' Scctio i I1)*.. Hvitle-tl nle -tioti eli.trit.H in Vinous Malt Liquors shall
tiful forum, rich complexions and charac rich while they are in uo wise benefited ; i in the ruction J into Sevpu SpirittKius, or
workmanship displayed const .Ino.
: I iro-n
I tiliil 2 acre- u a-u (I. $ur1luflt in deiM
1E teriitic energy are envied I by nil nations. we hope they will take warning and get a of the Thistle has bt-cn much admired j I HicUfr and wife to S J. TenipV Aur -il,l ls>l ..nnlmorded M. KELBLL t-ai-h of which there shah be a li voting: toe Mild in said countj' as provided for in
saM I i-d trie-t
fstalilislie-J. That (
place 3700 of Florida.
in li ok "IT' pi,.:e M. S>-' JI lownslup Chapter .Lws
It is the general use of Dr. IIarler8 Biters fair equivalent for their propeity.; -Pensacola the best British talent available: has been Six South of R-nnt' *! East. Terms ('o.h. 1'ur- Justice of the Peace for Clay County, shall! l Ic'> hoiin-le l ami nuiuelereil as follow Given under my -

: these results. -l>a>or to for title. Etori da. *, to-w itKOUXDAKY- .'
{ that brings ulxiul Advance-Gazette. > pav und seal of ottice-.
used in her design, her building her rig HUSKY W } I'ii.SolN.
'J8. '07 SK-nrt iirmlfunl C'iiety }1n Will ; prompt attention to cuUVctio : c and LINKS OF KLECTIOXI [ thi5 teJof :
Sept :1.
and sail1', and taking all in nil! she is a UtitL it.ii Iuiolie-'. .*" ,_o-S -
rUCT NO. 1.
4 Electric Lights- Vllor From Florid yacht I that is hard to I beat.YACIT Kini'y. Kl.i. JureJ.5. ISS -;Om.'LOIiiDV ;- 1)..
nil t ini I line f -
Ilegi n iitr at
i7.
The t'it.Ct'titt1l and Electric Light Lieutenant William N. Me-icham, of v .oiinty
j i in the N<>rUuitit-ia>i-7; <- Of the( ,utity H.F.YORK.Clerk
I Co. 1m ve urrml: as It) the price 60 cents a Temple. Florida, is veiling bin mother at RIL\VAY AND tlieiice \\Vs-t aUnik; I tlie North bouml.ir.v, Circuit Court..

night per light for arc lights but have No. 1.000 Elm street, this city. Meachamis of I lie e-ounty to NHW River. thieiieo ul<.wn
NAVIGATION l'ANY.TI3tECA1I
failed to agiee us to tlic length of tune (Ibe u Dela ware veteran having enlisted as j the run of M il River to K.muu: line elij -
> IX KFFIXT; AUGUST 10, ietI1 vMing lUnres; tent3aiul tweuty-one. NOTICE.
j
contract should l b ramie for Tfte city in G F'imt -
a private Company, Hegiment thetu-e Soutli :alone said Hanire I lino to
r Train. Ka l by Wh Mei i.lia-i Tune CenLrali.'vIs1E1) Till : FOLLOWING
( ) NAMED
PERs
trees to lake the light% for fire ear* and Delaware volunteers the formation of : j the line 'liviutintr) Townships rive and six ii -
r7iT1 i2 : : DIVISION ire been apioini| l Registration

the couipapv) dn'Hnea in contractVo loss that regiment, and served uith it during r31:; 1- '-; : ,:uW. Sh'rtc-t sui'l (I'uui.-t, Ili.titt i:* Nw Orleans and thence the line east of Clay along county said Temnship, theiu-o hiu North to distrieof)t1il erin anti for the various election

than ten ytra, A compromise &throbbly the war coming home as First Lieutenant the Soutliwt Inrcrt (.'onnet-tiorsto Poi.-, along the line ilitiilint; the counties ofi i Bradford County. Florida.

-- be effecten.-Tanipn TliV/nwioL/if !1 V Company lie married siud removed ? .. \\i-t ami %t'itflSvo r. Clay allot Brad lord to the point of lieinnin ]- .sii.iin-f At> election at" Chapter havintr: :37iM been) laws culled of in Florida.pur-

; ., i 'a. p!'zt s A. Jl lilac "p"nifuns: P. M. time. with votlnjr place or precinct atI"ddish
4 wJ CLt1AncItjfl Florida seventeen years ago. and hast \ -- il gAf J3JKK' T School 1 A ilpi'r>oni entitled to register iri'saiel
House. i iBOUXUAKY
() at bee&flnu: *s t I > or eleven years. Hef L2:> | Head i p RI'HI! down sTiicrlIlesrtnnitujHt -OImntv Wino sire loot already registered
No. I-'. N-u 1. No 1. No. 9. LINKS OF I> I cain do so within the time prescribed
The :i I, i1k fa ; the Florida! Iced U i"u 7 1'p' rJa1'v \iKe.L74"> u 30 > p 0 statute, viz. by
gv' 11 im u fi O) p Ar ikiMwm I.v .s 27 a 4 On) ps.V
on and after Sept. 15. :'ow lbvr ci that st.ile iu time re- J. L. GASKLNS > a 24prLti.t.titv- Lv 'J 57a t 1 it717a Xew Itivor on tin* line For election dUtrie-t Xo. IK.. A. Tode

ue iLJiiring i the visit of : 1 atmri.iveOak.. \r !<> 4uj 7 :iouI, di-iutiiig the rounties of Hradford and Tor election district No. 2-M. L. Mc-
'
C Is a :3 .> ArMiiitistxi: Ar II i-s 4 s Nliutit.y.
ii.i-n: ix ? p p p I
flash: at interval! of 30J ie 'M&enuiJMeacham iuvilcd her chil :. t a MI p Ar Monticello Ar l 3.0 i p l<> aJ J p It.iker, thence \Ve-st aloni; stid routity ] FT election district No.
ce _' I line to Swilt creek pond, la- tlienceonth 3-Jos. E.
Medicine 1I1 a l V.ipAr r.iltaliav .AI- :J p 11 :m t. loll e.
how ii from the \\ is L tflwkhlcand-children to a family ret ; Drugs ;. Toovnisi-.rnt.
1 0v I'Jl p ArlilifV Ar 8 1 W p 1 K5 a > alonir the margin: of .v id lake* to
d at the uiiutliern end of, Ii, Li i I tb.j2lper.home on Elm street on Moult Sturke I'la.Physeiatts' 12 t'l p II SS p Ar Kiver Jnn :. \r 4 !).'> p .H 30 a.T'.Oi the runot Sw itt Te>e'k, thencH down th* I s'n-veri-lon! district No.4-A. C. Odorn,
U I" P 10 20 a Ar :otri.ti.uiu. .Ar ') p 0. a of said For election district No. 5-D. VV.
t Switt I
run creek to the irn mini
4 erly of the group of Anclute.ke! : Among the guests was a IA) I) S.m a I I e Fuuiak! -ji ..r (j5 noa line o ? Kelly.[!

: Ida. The apparatus ligbn the en I,. 'Joseph Hail, of Atlantic Presei'ipt ioii (iii p p ::-i.tj i: a a. i.v I ieiiac.I-iin.tuii, .t..r. .Ar I i.itn mo p 1 a I.'u i. ii.ii5 dt'iice dividing* e\istiict\ "Lake tlience Rather along said and original 1'rovi- i For election district No. 6-J. Chas.

I ;.on. nnd the focal plane 1* 1,01 dI t i hVacy, and Mrs. William Be- f'ttreWj, (.1I1iv'I?t(4.f it! tl !wur*-dtttJCi. / et r i ,. \r 5a 7tup district line to the heid \\ ,uers of Bluff I Kichar-l.
L -- PS (hO iv New 0 )rI.uii-: ... r :t) creek thence I-oreleo.-tion district No. 7-Philip II.
The'thea t p ilox* n the run of said < wk
-r
bove the mean se*. leveL ..4jiig a lisa Julht Bright nf Washiiu4on : :- nf'/'it ;- .-i' t.v i.iti.uiiit-r ..r ; .i. 5t (.'ie-, )u.
p its
C e to junction \vith the Santa Fe Hiver,
liejuld be him iu clear weather from D. C.-.Morning News, Wilmington.: .lnnlv : i 1H-M ul.RIVERS 2.p.! >.- n. I.v N.i.-hvill, <' .Vr 1 o loOp 7 .0 ai. thence up the run of said lli\er to its* E. L. ODOM,
-* ) ju i. i') ii ur >;n >iiHAF J I" Jl i>.i p
deck eif H vessel) fifteen; foci above the Deli Sept. C2. Veil.fM'I.KK. ,tl.f *\nilii-? | ) TJ p ;rJ :i'i' ,i I.v I.OUI.-N il!>-. .\r 25t '.Um' '- june'tionith New liver, then-'e up the Supervisor of Registration.

ilsteeu nautical miles. The structure is a The designer ol i the vtcit: Volunteer, 8 \'> a >> xt> p I.v Ciiicnuooti Ar o :tv.e o :c. p '1 runt eif Xew RiVet to the point of I hue->
& JOINER 7l no''a 7Ti) m.vt l-"tus ...\r 7. 1" i
p a
'Dip Kinnin with
Mr.! \otiug
Edward Htutji-es. li.is dti ignuetl place or precinct atI NOTICE
Mack pyramidal frame-work of iron, surrounded Having in our official capacity as members many h. Op J.1U l> I.v I'tuci'S" .VrKI.AI.l: 7 UU uNo -iL-o lintloiBOUXDAKY-
famous but 1 and -.' iliuhN.! .. y o mid i0Litv.Thruiigli : .
yachts, lie viinIn t Inuc |
by ft black lantern. TWO keepers' of the Plymouth. Pa. Hospital Com- I : e-iiiii- j sleepiUK i"irs on 1 an I 2 to New Or- LIXKS ()DISTPJCT IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT THEIR REO1 -
dined all their bcsi mis in tine War uievtinjc held on the Sth in-t.. the Board
p. luiil.iisij STAKKK; FLA. 031 b1
1 dwellings painted %wlijtr vritl| green nut tee. been asked to test anti prove the : ( XO. 3. of County Commissio er> of Bradford county
eif tIme Voluiiteer Wiiieh i is tn cetinpete j "i F. K. nr.d X. ,.Ieepiur; cars on 9 and 10 to l>. Florida, did. ap 'oiat the 'ollowinff named per-
blind*, are situated near by. effectiveness of many diff -irnt articles to 1tuuihLIj'ri1og' IeKinninBat Swift e-reek lake or pond SOIK Inspectors and Clerks of election, to
with the
X 4 -_- be u Thistle for the "AmeiicaV Frenu Shortest and e-emnties, thence West along said county in ai.U-ounty. at the election to be
euj p. j { ijuiekest rout-((5nn
Patronize Home Enterprise.Jackpiiile as preventatives ofinfectiim fevers b\ille. Ocala, h.-ld the Iltii
report line to Olnstee creek thence on day of October next
the first day on wh'uh tin- Volunteer Lt-e-.tutirg, and to all ptiiaLs in South Fiji id.t.lleal dpwn the i Fur election
] and orlando bent theirpninphlcU that Darby's Prophylactic Fluid has: been run of said creek te> its junction j with precinct No. I-David George,
spread her wings to the bie. 5U :M : up Head down, James Rich. William Alvarez Inspectors and E.
elsewhere for printing and thoroughly tested during the recent Typhoid zeup until i- ( N.i4. NoH. >,-,, ; vt> 3 Swift creek, thence up the run of said (i. lid!. Clerk.
the present time she has siirpiisi-i! and tie S ifflM i 'Li' 11tl!." a 1 IK1 p Ar IVruaudiiia Lv U M, n_i Sw ill creek to Swift creek pond or lake, or election precinct No. 2-John Crot. A. J.
1 Uinding-the 1'alatka Ilonrd eif Trade epidemic in this pl.ice II proved : ktji3iLLL 7_4i a -3 J5 p .%t'ulUban! ..Ar II -.Tp_ thence along said lake to the point of lie- McKmnev.J. B. Dow ling.Inspectors, and J. C.
lighted all who have lieen i Intel esteuh in 5IiL 1 4ip Lv Ueldwiu ..Ar _.___
Bj rd. CVrk
I23p-
: : (rusts tlit eif Putnam county id ui, mul most eflicaciou* iu staying the s-pre.iil of 6Wp OoOaArJaek vuile.v ginning with voting place at Thomas For
11 .Tia el-ction
her, and that means all Aimruanichts UUOp precinct No. 3-J. G. Robert.
School House.BOUXDAKY
I |he New I'uMWnng Company will take the fever.F. 5Jiu) l.V.: p Lv UaldwinAr r.-JU ploo-'ip( J E. Towns-rid. J C. Pearce, Inspectors, and
men and boating enthusiasts. That she l-> 4 lila ItWpI.vLawtey .Ar 1.1"! p 11 "Iol' LINES OF DISTRICT W. C. K rce. Clerk.
pleasure in giving their tiietid the fullest H. AKVSTHOXO. S. M. DAVKNTOKT. ', ) p lS.43p: Lv tarke ..Ar 1. a'U 4: p For election precinct No. 4--A. C. Odom. W,
the fastest sloop on record no one seems 45 o 10.35R Lv eu.inesvil;! Ar a'I NO. 4. T Week- M. il buuithsss. Insnei-tor, unit Frank
value for their Your J A. Orr. O. M. LANCE.THUS. ,
possible money '
B30p 7.U0aLvUedarKe.Ai. ..
to question. A new boom was made for u. > v .HJI> J Beginning at a point Swift creek Summer- Clerk. -
on
Jromc p.eper; is worth moie thmi a million KKUK. JAMES LEI, Jn. i-S : _r-.L- 2.02 a 11.31 p Lv Haw tlioruf.! .Ar 2 'Jfi p Ml ti For election prwicct No. 5-E. P. Ward.
where the flue
her after her completion: &. 1 17 a II.01 a L* Ultra t iragoi LakeAr 2 '.' I original dividing Lake
when all is told. each is measuring > ft. 55 p .W a Tho'nasiI.Miwin.; J. G. Col"on. Inspectors and T.
pamphlrls tlieniih; -- 10 .Jla 1 Butler and Providence districts
Lv Silver .
Spring Ar 1. 8 approaching C. Carrol! Clerk
h good in its way, nuej he who slights his '/' ; :SOy A arA If I'EJE 9 n. in length, which was 4 ft. 9 in. longer j TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, 11.10 p lOlOa> Lv (>cula .Ar 3 .VJ p p. S.lSa said creek, therK-ft dowoi the For ele.-tio precinct No* 6-J. C. Richard. L.

than the spar previously used. The 100-p y$ UOaLv Wildwo. Ar4.\r> p 4 .M: a run of said creek to its conrluene-H with C. Hull, K 1>. \\alt. Inspectors and W. T. Dryden.
pirn paperi off hu own poee to cpile Nothing I have ever Mien is half so PATENT MKI: > I INKNtVc: 4-l5p sjai-p: aSdTkee.Ar3ppi0-a( tlus'ee creek, thonce down the run ot Clerk.
dimensions of the Volunteer! are: Length 3 40 p S 2n a Lv SunitervuV. Ar 5 .'rt 10. Fur ele--tu -iii
> 'M a. 't No. Bernard Mitchell.
p
hIs]\ face. 1'alatkans are not built that wild! and foolish as a fnglitenod! htei-r. and over all. 107 ft. PItESCRIPIIONS C.titt'eus..Lv :3 im' p 7 5-'a: Lv M. Outeriue. -.\r l>.:.Ci p 10 .r.7 aMS said Oltistee creek to its e-oiitluento w ith Eli Ha-k-i. J.icol> Rhaine. Inspectors and Philip
_P1tt ; length ou water-line S t :! ;.i; a Lv e >wrnst Santa Fe River, thence the stain of .
,a .. A bunch of beef steers on a stamnede are p >ore> Ar 7 0> p ii. p up l'a-n. Clerk.L'uh1ulo.t
TT ft. 8-5.10 ft. ; beam 23.2 ft. ; beam at water < OflPOIDEjs it'1 ALL iiortts. I 1 10 p 7 IX) a Lv l laIeCjty-----.r 7.-'."> p la.25 p I said River ti> the month ol Bluff creek, by order of the Board of County
\Ve agree with the News exactly. Better not to Lie laughed at; thy will stop for 9 p 4'i a Lv l.frj.burtf Ar 5.20 p 5.; 5 a thence up the run of said e-n-ek to< its ('VnhuIisnOnn-r.-..

pay 1.50 for the woik doue at home nothing and will run down and OTef line. 22 3 ft. ; depth of hold 10.1 ft. -. top I t 7.37> At f* 15 mast 4S ft. ; bjom 84 ft. : gaff 52 ft. In STARKE LIVERY STABLE: p 7.taLvAp.u.ka .Ar ((5 37 p 7 45 a710p Lake Butler day of bt-iiteiiiber. A. D., 1* 7.
Providence
nnd receive back forty cents cf it, than; anything that offers resistance in their 6.50 a Lv OrUuJ.' .Ar700p t.15a districts II. F. TORK
1- I send dollar it appearance she differ very little (morn Through Sleeelii'g Cars on N'os. t ainl' 4 be- to the point of beginning, with voting Clnrk Cire-nit Court ami Exofficio Clerk for
abroad a and never see path. The omy way it is possible to stop AND tween Jacksonville and orlando
the Mayflower without eh.ingt* j place or precinct at Providence. | the Boar! i> C 'imty ComniissfonersNOTU'K
her
them is to ride ahead| of the herd and greater. The Volunteer's although balloon speed is FEEL> AXD SALE STAIILES. one and dollar 4 daily a except berth. Sumi.iyKEKNANDINAANUJACKSONVILLENUANCU Nuv 7.and b laily Nos. .J j BOUNDARY LINES OF DISTRICT

gradually turn them to running in a circle jib was XO. 5. I : FOR PUCLICATIOX.OKKICK .

'F 'Them are Our Sentiments"If -" when they wil} flua'.ly stop, but will not particularly with admired on the day of the | I Beginning at the mouth of Xew River LtNL' AT G.iixrswi.LK. FI.A.. )
race
our 4iin>| )tuleni*, wlicn wilting lie off agnin at the allghest unusual noise.If Mayflower, as jt was thought j Read up. (Paiy.) Read thence up the run of Santa Ft Hiver to 10( 1SS7. {
it might interfere with her speed but be dn'-n. Hangf* I liuedivHiug liuigetweiit- no ridtweiitvone
Noll No 5.
-I fu and more especially to a man's horse were to stumble iu Nut, No
.
ecsria.| a that as it ntv the Volunteer i is a formidable 3, p H-AJa ArJai-ksiiRviile LvOiUp -0 n thence North alon silo I 1 Notice htre-liy given that the follow-
small iuiiy, would boil down their arti- prairie dog's hole and fall it would mean for 4.it, p 7 00 a Ar Kerr.andi. Ar 6.-0 p lO.ltt a Range line to New River, then -e do\\n I, lni-iiuin-d; eftcr! has Wed. notice nf his

(:lei> to rriiprfUble lengths, it would insure certain dentil to both horse and rider, as alley any yacht atlo.it, and as tine- At Callah.ui un ) sEe-rLoNs. the run of said River to the placH ot I.e- ir.tcntio'i t-> in.tV.e fiiul proof \n support

their IUIlitlLtfl] and reading after the whole herd would| be upon him in aninstaLit ly modelled as she may be, a vast importance \Ve-tTii Hailro.id,with for >Savannah.avanuab. rl M.H.OSt rMa and ginning with voting i place at Pino- Hill..BOUNDARY I i of hi5 rluini, and that saiel proof will te

is attached to her proper; handling as lant.t. t harleston Washi gtuei. Balumore. New LINKS: OF DL-Vl'llKT made be lore the Kepstcr and Heccive, at
ward. \\vmilure to aay that there is but the daring and reckless cow York, Oiciuii.u.i. St. Lcuis. !
her possible perfotmance is contained Chkuo, and all xo.u.; liune-viile; rla. on S-.iturday Oct. :29tb.
not more tlmu tine lengthy article read in boy takes all such chances.-W. II. S.. iu in : points west aid Noithwest.
P.
i i/ John Ilickle sltv
1ss- eif Kin
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L At Silver -
no small elegree that t-pmgs. with Ockl.iwaha River Beginning at the line of Clay ".'nntyon
,.., pat hundred! published and then too only Courier-Journal. upon point.I Steaniers. i- 'I ow ni.ultip I lint i dividing Tnvx un..l.o| ipHtixeanel Flu.. HK Xo. lJQt)3( for thti cf XWj

4* f. .. .. )by the proofrcadejEichange. -- I -_ m. r.- for At Iirojuks'tIitI.trtow loututo- e'lty with Florida and Southern Railroad. six. thence U'est alonir s.ud j 'rO- ) '; 1t2t: E.. -

\ I. The above hours Sun ford. L >ckelaua and Ranges a nil theu-'e lui ctouItinuous residence and
'--p used as a for j day or night. Tamp twenty t\vivity-ene, prove upon
trmnpfttry in pmcyrrrd in The Metropolis.nd a hog law. a pow law, a goat law. but remedy chills and fever, Ternu At ('idar Key. with Steamer UoteniorSsffonl, South along said Range line to the> e -nter | culiivitii: 'n of. said lacd. viz ;

is U.IHI! dofjtune. This journal, like i I "nary a goose law" ahoiild try Ayer'g Aijue Cure. This HLdsoiiitble. Give us a trial.; Monday a> d 'I hurxiay. for Manatee a d Tampa. of Township severn, thence dii" Kist C. Niornliup[ of Liikeview. Fla.

preparation is a powerful tonic ANDREWS A ALVKKEZ.Starke. CL1 1>K: S NtW YORK AN1 FLORIDA STEAMSHIP through the e-ente-rof To'AU.ihipJse-vcn to "
put tchnnge.$ has bid t>> decline somegtKid wholly W. A. Noulmpeif "Fla.I .
st; aiticlc vegetable, and without a purticle of Pta LINE. 1 the line of Clay county, tnenco Xe>rth .1. .-iUotf 1'Hii.i.: Fla.

: owing to their extreme "I have taken, within the past year, noxious drug. Wdratileel, any SHilsfrom Fernandinc Sundays and Friday 1 along the line of siid county to tIne ptint K. N IVrry. of Fla.
a mi re euro :
.. cuglb and 'e believe) that very few people sovenil bottles of Ayer's Sars-ipirilla, from Jtk.oii'.iIje Friday for Charleston and of lieginning, with voting place or pracicnt > C. TUKKR. Reitsttr.Sept. .
New York.
L -.. u44 -. : 9 iu ih'n fitj <>r state read such articles. and find it admirably adapted to Die Many disease! arise from vitiated or impure 0. L. KEENE, SEA ISLAND I at Starke.BOUXDARY I7-Iv; I' S. Land Office.AKEVlEW.CLAYCOUIiTT.
ROUTE. LINK
orDIsIiIr'r
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p .Brevity is what in wanted iu this stirring noeJs ot'nn iiuIwvem-isljeI| H> MI eii. I a iij blond therefore keep the system Millinery, Fancy : Dress Goods St-ainer Express le.i\inj Jackson rill<> 5:' 0 p. 1 NO. 7.

II. bimjries! Mgr. Florida bus few if any. oonvinre-l that this preparation, a* a healthy and proof against the inroad of I Ni> rioN >. K1DULOVKS. m Vt-utnesday and Saturday, connect with the in tine -
I'AUASOLS elegai. Steamer Niiholai. Beginning center of
Inid Township
<- Route
for
<
luinitiimirr*. and it is only tlm wealthy Mood ptirin>r, !1' uiieqii dti-L" -f, C. disease by using Liexador. j Silk Umbrellas, Zepliyrs and all kinds liiui suick. lianaii. Saxauuah. m.eeling With seven at the line of Clay county, ie>n"tI lu.n LoumLAWK. vIIw.t-.tb.-.tir.i. Lakeki.g.l7. .
Krlcetlo Io.i0 ud lot*
who can wejl give two or three hours per i l Hine, Pastor C'on re atioiial church, Physicians thete is I eif matenal for and steamers IJoMtfl.VALTEIt for Uiiiu're' lUdelphia.: New York I West through the center of said Tow unI *lue .i'l I>UT >9Te act,tract Ibr aaoraocv 41 i t.r,ove corner.v mid
say no *
cure for U.
i Andover Me.i Comi- COLEMAN. | ship to Range line dividing H/timex Kwdcu Youcap.j in MoatU/lactiOlniraecof1*
? day to reading newspapers. Boil down ouinptio'i. In som cases this m.e becorj F. B. r\l'Y. lieu. Tmv. A ent. cb. A sorr, p..t .drv. k.tcl. b..iI ul kitlk
) i i ii recl.Ve > P'LII/ H0/vV.- TraRic .iauager | twenty and I weiuiv-one, tliencn >UIuo''hi s-u--, tfu-.nlp kitll. ud .Dumber of privat rcJ.IrrmJ. -
a pud come ioRtuntly to the point without j know however, of many cuii- i along said Ri' line to the S.en5a IVHive. 4eDc.-. bjiilt. Ulgh r.lllac latad' T+nmU*
A. o. nge :
i i A full line fo school otltsni li. II. Junei. made by Dr. Bull's Cough t*? rre>ni|>t attention to utrolersa MAC-DONELL. p.de.-t krulea. and ud qt K Buy f T! < .
.. S Syrup, nd we tieneriil Passenger ai-d Ticket Age ut. thence the run of said RUerto Sli tova anil ralroada "
fhtf f mry dre.sing.-etropolis. # \N ,,st UHJ Ht up wuth ew (UC| will I'or _
j JjinrAtKSO.NVU.LK. 1) E. .
MAX % .
I i gutrautce relief. JED_ $ .- ELL. Santa Fe lake, thence along the line .wlcaa LAn e'.P O.B.l IM. l iHt"iria.
ILL General
b i Supcriutonlant
dividing the counties of Bradford and FLORIDA.

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rke.ph. The City Jerk has had this week We must call th PROFESSIONAL
attention of our citizens ;
GLEANINGS.
..a: new lot of city licenses printed at to the fart that the best job printerever HAMPTON I : '/ : :

/1st. i the TELEGRAPH job office. in Starke i in now on the TELEGRAPH Cotton picking is in full blast. DR. A. L.

force. Mr. A. D. Magl I>>ee will be pleasedto
Mesar Andrews show samples and take orders for all Fall business is coming on, and our Late from )
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& Alvarez
if areaway .merchants are getting .themselves!' in :
DIRECTORY.
kinds of job work. Our stock is complete J
this week in Tenn. buying readine'!A. RESIDENT
our type new. and for prices we are ;
CHUIICH. horses for their fall trade. Mr. E. Jones boiled a lot of new syrup
Sunday 11 a. m. and the lowest. Bring in your work. this week, which is the tint of the season!
&* meeting, Tueiday at Mr. R. L. Sparkman has
meeting charge : The TEI.EGHAH has secured the services Our new base ball clnb fo!' now in shape Terms!
Thursday at 8
of the
city Livery stables! during I of Miss Nettle Guernsey one of Michigan's and are starting off nicely in their uew
ARDSON', PMtor. the absence of the boss. profession.Mr. Office at Ga kins'
best and fastest setters. She :
at 9:30 a. m. type
I [ Superintendent( Marshal\ Wall has has had years or experience and comes Johnnie HuUon returned borne TATE POWELL
(
: y, Sec. Jt Ti casurer. an eye open at well, recommended. have a" this week after an absence of one ye ar in :
now complete -
I all timci and he is sure to all law Duval After an experience of
get new force of compositors and expect County.We the practice of his profe ..

CHURCH. offenders. to get out the .best county paper In believe our puMlc nchool will start tancy in promising; the

\ : a. m. and at 8 p. m. V w the state. Monday next, but ctn not say positive ly I scientific treatment. to

.every h" Wednesday.. Miss! McCormick, of Gainesville. as the selection of teacher seems unsettled services.
1 .<\ ), H. 1) I'astor. Culls to the country I
meeU ev"'ry Sunday was on a visit to the city and friend Mr.. 8. );'. Gardiner! has effected au Diseases of females and i
\
: this week. arraignment to establish hear Starke aLan Mr. P. H, Cason will havftafull supply ty-- .

Superinlendent. early day, a nursery. In view of this' of the liue-st orange crates for sale, here Office at City Drug '
Secretary, I Mr. Gardiner has had published a circular this season, at the lowest price. I residence in East! SUrke.COMER .
Mr. William Alvarez was elected
in which he seta forth a great Messrs. Pexrce nnd Rlanton 'have a I I,.
:- CHURCH. County Commissioner from the Law- variety of fruits with. prices of each kind supply of mullet every Saturday.We .
other Sunday at 11 a. m. district. and :
tey variety annexed. Having made
MATTICE Pastor. have the best cane crop for sometime -
every Sunday at 9:30: arrangements with a large nursery firm there i is a much larger acreage:
.1. P. PRX'JT. There were five new members received he presents for this season a special list! than usual. TARY, ] ,

Superintendent. intO the Baptist church en of nursery, block at ex treiuely low price STARKE. BRADFORD
tflis will enable our farmers and fruit ABSTRACT
CHURCH. last Sabbath. : OF
growers supply themselves at home tate law a Specialty.
28-1 Pcwr 16. .
; : with just the kind and variety they wantA Abstracts furnished
the Pastor preaches at Next week will bg: a big week in nursery in' aloog felt want by our Mortgage, Lien, Tax: Sale

IPTO Starke. Everybody: will \>e in townto citizens and especially valuable to the tachment and all \
)' at 11 1m.. and atur- .. .. Record & file affecting ,
attend Court. fruitgrowers. Mr. Gardiner is one of tate in Bradford county ,

our most energetic citizens and is deserving date Abstract.! .

STARKE day at II a. D). and each The railroad company has debied of the partronage of all who are in Headquarters for FIRE
need of goods in this Hue.
p. m. the boys the right uf selling fruit ou representing the
____n_._ Globe Co.
at 11 and Satur- their property. L itt of Letters
day a. m.
" m. Remaining uncalled fur, and advertised ; .
p. [
WORSHIP. Rev. Paterson delivered* a Very Oct. 1st 1887 at Starke Fla.. P. 0. : ; j1 J. W. ,

COLLEGE. able temperance address at the Baptist Bailey, Miss Minnie
r at 11 a. m. ;
PIANO TUNER &
, MEETING church on Thursday evening. Barnes. Mrs Stacy
at 7:30 Basket, Martin

the 30th is Brown Mr. Etta -l' .11 perience.work! guaranteed..
Friday, the last day -

SOCIETIES. that taloons will be till after Brown. Henry STABKE
open ,
Browning. J. B.
:n Lodge No. 42 11'. and : the election is over, if at all. Mrs. -4KIr4G I
nt Jular communications thrid I Dowling Mary F. J.
Iii in each month. Fleming. John
he & ., I.. W. KIC L1nlL. I the between
Owing to freight war
lit Secretary. W. M. Johns. Mrs. Julia
)nlnd the New York and Florida steam. Johns J. B BRICK MASON'S
No. 63 at F. k A. M
ot s second and fourth ship lines freights are much reduced. Johnson Mrs. Julia POWDER
D.. month 2 o'clock. Middleton Frank ;

CHEKTEK NORTIUT, There is but that the F. Sam ALL WORK :
(. W. Master. a rumor Ogden

R. & N. has been sold to a New Simons, Robin Absolutely Pure.This BOX 41'
OF RED :MEN. Mrs. Mattie July 30 87. tf.
- York party who i is well able to fix it Small
No. I, FU.-Coullcil. Smith, Clarence
each Wednesday's Sleep, up in good shape. Smith. Mrs. B powder never varies. A marvel L. C.
Starke Fla. of purity, strength and wholesomeness
JED
udl- cordially! invited to If farmers have luck in Thomas. L More economical than the ordinary :
our good CONTRACTOR &
i thftr G. W. McKINNEY.hachem.. Titlis. T. B A. E. MORGAN P M kinds and cannot be sold in competitionwith
of getting their rice cleaned this sea the multitude of low test, shon i
. D. alum of phosphate powders STARKE
weight ,
andrilt. : son theie will be a large acreage ,Starke Literary Club. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder -

<:or s. planted next season. Some weeks since this club was organ- Co.iOt3Wall-st.N; Y. > LASS and \ ; : :
bend ----- 1
May Lds No. 10 1. ized under very auspicious circumstances, .\pril17. 86.ORANGE. short notice. Cnr

lea day ,O. 4k F. Meets etery Friday and now bids fair to become a prominentand ted and promptly !
We will send the TKLKGKAPB
block i nit, at Odd Fellows a Hand made brick for | ::
i the 'Hall. Ircnuient: brothers and dollar's worth of seeds, excellent feature in our town's his COLLEGE, kiln or delivered at the
year one
. cordially invited to attend.
:.a.nl'erid&' tory. The programme every first and July 30, 'b?;. tf.
, J.'O. H A*N ER.:Grand. your own selection, to any new subscriber STARKE FLORIDA. ..._... n. ... .. ..... ...
41. Noble
cost. third Friday evening in each month consists ,

*Sept.. Vice-Grand. for only one dollar in cash. of music debates, essays. readings H. D. ;

nty.rney.. recitations. &c. and offers rare enjoymentto OPENS SEPTEMBER 5th. 1887. !
, We understand that the County
- lovers of pure literature aud social and continues ten months, witb"al1tlOn STARKE,
Commissioners are negotiating for a pleasures of a high order. The best talent Christm weck.TEACIIEUG..

NEWS. certain piece of land for a Court of our community is enlisted to insure :: P. Young. teacher of HOUSE and eijjn Pa
natural Science and the Normal: Depart han
If theorida House, which if they obtain will success and permanence to the rlub. t All ment. C. J. Denton. A. B.. teacher of cuted. Orders. paper left at :: : : i

( : make beautiful site. desiring to become members are cordially the Classics Higher Mathematics, etc. graph Office will receive
..NCE nights. a invited to come to the semi-monthly meet Miss 3. I. Pearce. teacher of Instrumentaland lion. Refcr-ince. given.if


,:on r* by of .i&D'J. Some of the young folks had a : ings aud join in to encourage the good GOOD vocal BOARD music and-Can Calisthenics.be had at $3 per Aug. 6, '87-3m. DruZa&I! )

'mber.nheld. big cane chewing time last Sabbath work. week, payable weekly. wasbin and ironing !
I Ar the society ii i governed !strictly in accordance extra. W. H.
Octo- is out of to".1this" evening after Sunday School. Does. with parliamentary usage. it will TUITION PER MONTH. : ) : .

r shali not _ anybody know what else they did? prove' a good and practical school of train- Primary $1.50.\ Intermediate f 2, Higher DEALER :
s i Instrumental. Music $3.
, for in subscribers it in:; for our boys and :young men, and $3 Collegiate: $4. All tuitiom JDIH.'y }
new of instrument 50 cents.
T. U. use
The ladies of the W. C. arouse within them a thirst for useful payable monthly. Initiation fee $1. AXD: 1

piopose soon to give a temperance knowledge such as will develop In our iSpteial rates when in adcanc4 per teuton

entertainment which will be of a midst statesman and political economists to scholastic county pupils.I'rimnary G ROC E
I Intermediate $9.50.lIigher
j ;, of IK 'worthy of the age in which we live and $7 I )
hundred literal' natnre, compolicd me $13. Collegiate: !!: $15. Starke
A. I 1).. ) i
Let
the constitution we enjoy. pttreuts Free school begins October 1st and ia :
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talent. I go out to the society meeting: and encourage absolutely free to county pupils. : : !
:.K. bagged a bag full of particulars, apply to
Fur catalogue or
their sons to go and take a live inter- .
ourt. Mr. Louis Temple and wife spent I est therein.It G. P. YOUNG, J J. W 1

last Sunday and Monday in the city.It will also tend to develop and encour- June ::>. 'S7- m. Principal. ,

;j: received in and he "set 'em up"in ,
PKU4 I goods are was his treat age among our daughters a love and enjoyment CITY l

rat good'shape' to the boys. of pure and practical literature. STARKE MALE AND I ,1
;
le K't musical'
.'Jorida.n and invite worthy emulation< in BIRKER AND .
purFlorida ; has been on the Circuit Court convenes on Tuesday -, and art accompluhmunK It is the pur- FEMALE INSTIUTE. !

week. at this: place and for this county. pose of the society to accumulate a good BRADFORD CO., OPEN AT ALL :
,
ui STAUKE
library of choice books; and to embellish!
i!> This i is the first Court held in the FLORIDA.; ;
'i bed being shipped away and attendance i is ex the walls of their hull with useful artworks SHOP ON CALUST. ; '" !
a large
back. city, i of membets. Will MonI.tv.tTtenlher: 5. 1887.
\. Toh1.J. coming : pected. lion. T. A. Knight is the elected president and continut open ten sciiotn-tic, months. divided OF ,
. .
I 1 Teimof four months, .llLntl
and Prof. B. Clark secretary.The into a Fall Will con ) keep
Jos. meet on Miss Prescott has made avery i and u SpringTtrm!; of six i mouth line of the following tl'> !: .
7th
E\elyn
next meeting on "
prox. promises RATES of tuition. $2.Ot). *3.00. and DANDRUFF: ] CURE l : :
Court House. for the SubTropical. debate and some excellent the end of OF ROSES
'. ) I large wax bouquet a lively : $4.OO per month payable at CREAM : :
'
-D. Monday She makes beautiful waxwork music, including male quartetU un l oilIer each month. Music. $3.50 per month. remove sunburn tan : '
meeting on I from :: : :
attractions. A living question of the NO iledurtion made for any J pupil) the skin: :
T. ChI! ell] attended. and would like to get up a time of entering to end of term except, for I A full line of Razor I "'
discussed the debaters "'
be
will by I
day protracted sickness or by spocUl l agree stantly on hand old : I
bilip hauled for class. the Tariff, and Civil Reform. Foreign ment. J. ) '" =
:
are being 1mocl competent
Immigration. Railrcad Commissions! Having employed : :
>ration.OM, ( jail. Two colored prisoners!! broke out I and such momentous questions. will be corps of teachers.he: Principal those is: prepared desiring -- I ; .
sitUaiituCu (to
otter : !
--- } prepared than ever of the Lake Butler jail on Tuesday I handled and all lucidly and plainly solved to thorouh every :and practical education : !
:
} loft for un debater in this club, and the .
night and have parts 'by the at a low co.t.JlIstrueliun! The :!
at the lowest prices. thorough. Progress guaranteed. : .
in be to
known. There were two more speeches will sent our Congressmento ;
EIK and regular attendance -
An entrance
early : !
, the give them some light on matters that For; further Ayer's Pills are so : : :
can srcure who refused to go. cspl'chlly ik-!>;iruil. :
i-d canvasser jail
,amrd !' have puzzled their brains for years and information: address.M. while always reliable : :
.ction }applying' : at this office. medicine, they never '
pa.st.B A. B.Irin..ini.
)'"' Concert to be given by the years' out and A. CLARK effects. This! it [
in to all means come encourage I.
id : V,. TRaym-H, of 'otton oman's Christian Temperance !I our-literary lociety.: It is the hope of ouj _n- vegetable and .
6. 87-tf mel other !
tors & : ) .'.'.1i4y: the other Ja''. Union has been }postponed until county. -Aug._--- -"- T- -"" I all cases or any, therefore

(Tot Monday, Oct. 10th. Entertaining Golden Dawn be old or young
, and J. a few more subscribers! Come one, come all. PROK. J. K.: loin; I am plrascd to say: I dently administered.

((5. free !seed offer in another programme. "" lonia Scraps.Ev'r.thin for your Ix-ifnt.: and the public IhatU In the Southern and
Jr Oawn" lora
.K.toJ'1l "Goldeu
l have been US'IMJT your where
derangements
i to be lovely here this
seems and timl' it
. Odom. I If any of our merchants: have an year; or m >n; m our family: : general. Ayer's Pills I
uud week. The weather has been very pleasant most excellent for pain and nerrouinevs.We !
:i rcspectly cull the attention old soap box or barrel: to spare will the last few days.Mrs. chfcitullv recommend it. estimable blessing. II .
. r, keep our T. II. tu.\)& t. D.Lecshiirc. Berne N. C., writes :
,-ctOrti fruit gnwR to the advt I. they please send it to us to had W. Northup has been very ick for :. FIn., March 20. lJ37.! I suffered a long I

; the fruit tree.. mILU. mono)' in. Strange we never the last few days, but is now fast improv Pnoov. J. J Doon: and liver trouble received I {
,*.T. l> ------ -- before. No use of a little son willie wa< cured right edies but
week will be thought of it I ing. My commenced taking
next aid fever will!: your
of chills : :
"rd s atilt Mi& the day. bank in town. Miss Mary J. Silcnx has been at Mrs. I away"Golden D.twn.: W. A. GUIUK.AKCHKK. I i regularly pills benefited for me a few at \ :

Northup'a since Friday! last. Fla.. Oct. 6, 18S6.! health was completely
I of in his take in civiiigthat : :;
has 01111-1 pleasure
Von Kim PKOK. : New
A. L. mole Throughout
of Stark for healthful Mr. An inquiry is, what kind of a or "Golden Da1"o"nnt pills arc \

U-e this day. garden in Starke a Bartlett pear tree salamander is it that goes around peach most your excel lent. W. W. Ncorr.Gainekfille. ,! lung Complaints diseases are, the I
every
,10''io. ye sent to him by mail three years ago trees and pear trees with a knife and cuts : \ Fla.. Spt. IS.Golden ISSfi/ Dawn.Dv I '
medicines.
Ii Truby: and family are that bore over 100 pears th/is season them off just below the ground? Any in- l Prof enUry Dodd's Mrdicinc nnd Vrcetaole I'ill I II .
- I formatioo wi't! be thankfully: received by Hivcrs & Joiucr :
L'A on Saturday. and now has upon it Id pears; as tine i I will he f fouovl on !.ale :M and Constipation are <
Mrs. E. Carpenter. I
I and .1. L. G.iakins drug fctores.. .. Mr. Gallacher a I
---- f 1 oc
found anywhere.
I:. 1.1..1. have to uke as! can be Miss Rachel Silcox is still on the sick i j Juije.n.-oua I Roxbury Mass., wno :
will
,, .. hant I j list. !, with Dyspepsia : : : !
e' on.the fin t of October. Firnandina j I A friend !induced
>> ,
of ---I ; .
the Mr. S. A. Swan, Howe has returned (from jKingslcy. i : ;
Mlligncs j FRUIT FREE AGENT PilN! and. after : ; >. : : :
.tke will soon be who probably! knows the lands of much benefit I 'was .
j
f It \ treasury l tO fillall nr.lt.r! for them; but bo urged j '
rut.r \ .\', All liceincs are now 1 Florida as well as any man in it. Our merchant Mr. E. N. Perry, has a ,[i l\l .
(kt.t.( Btatu that the vacinity of Starke it large Imiiness of late which .occupies! ] p.h.;! :jirioo-*. Sjus-i i' lolr'I: i. a began taking to them experience, at ( )

r If \ : not eicelled in the state for fruit most of his time.Mr. i! ..ollcro'l\ the !Ihi !.. 1 II* h)I. Trt-e of "II.kln.i. .\' used eleven Loirs. I : : : !

:\ (,I : )' U repairing his home and vegetable growing, and for I D. J. Silcox is getting; some better; |. \..Irit't..r si/-i funiNhiM.! i ii i.'Ve' that to your I am now chemistry a well, I ;:< :; :

">m" he is now able to use one hand quite well j ji .&1...) t.r.tiiin tre"bv th" In' ) or 11"1 frnlll mine." : : ; ::
I
H good success ;
which a .
.
: a perfect' .
\" \ ; oranges it has: proved i Our !Msti-r; town. Kings'.ey.'! expect the j :X to ijyo.irs; i,:M. at |lootl":1: j n.-o. I iivitc The head and s ; :
IC \ ) \, ,.lljlut. I ;H"-.>;IS \\ UI'IM,* f'Utt: trti .I! any sympathy ; hence :
---- King and! Queen there pretty oun. I kiixN. \ i iurs. Kla. uc\t Fri- II. Sitzer is our m.illc-t tiuilo I .. t.. >1III..i! so many especially &
al'\' Mocietvon :Mr.: C. in tiii linf. t.< iv* mi -: >'r. 1 Mrs. Harriet A. I

F1L.nC': ] promises; to'L alt cujO j )'* Mr. W. II. Dupree states that he anti! is noted fur his clerical Irwk and j i ..1.\\1 ii.-r.'. I I1" o.iiiute i '-.'ih ISrri'k-: ale, N. Y.. writes : ; :

planted a cutting of Leconte pearl4'I actious.: JACK SPUTA I II I J' linn!< a- >.1 l "ii'r,-.oitia: :i1 1 "tii.-eraI : -'. .' .1.1I \ a anything martyr to to give t
il'' :i !t. il "i i hiii"
I : ti.mti't' .lIolIt'r! "
This \I I <::1 relief. until i
:
February. porary !
last :
.:Ullt ( I. three years ago sensible! womaa 'illult fil to k "l'P I C);. 'H <<:' ;kl.iltul; I : \-.Iiot\: '.\lutc.l. Ayer'd Pills since I|
\\ bik-k: Mtirei'4 up} tWO Ueamm; : the! tree bore over 300) pears I II 111 I bottle of Salvdlioa Oil on h tail fur I! a' T '\'ti .1.t"rll'I! ; .' I On :::! \." ."t:..!..... :1, !in the enjoyment of I i: : f i ;

,CLAY L"VIlIl! to look like a I of the hire*! kind. The tree IS fourI '!. thetismiii and bruise" I..4, :!i.tt I l'\l1: sli l"i'"l.'j, '.. .::. ...l' ..:..A'JP.O ; :

I n..r oT.ore:...fA... : .,h" 14)re. I inclit i ill diameter: and about Iti ft. I Maay jibnbe i Ubuiiid out of the woi'd' I Otn..If; '>"ill! at t'.u tJanllufr: it..!. A Pr u'. Real 1 11'tati Ayer's' I :;>> : t

.......LlUIt 'I and 10 ft. through the top. by powerful, opUtes. Mother UM.Dr.Bull's ? i
'high '/ .
., in oiiiStarke, KM.liEOKGK
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}been )
It'l. t-Lair
&rIU hall put Thurston Syrup, the safest and best.bby Dr. J. C. Aytr &
Baby I .
of at
"be }be I
... I'. II of the) The tree can seen I world. ; A. l .\KIH EH.i Bold by all .
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. ..p 1le..cie OUlit for the use U1 J'due in the: -
l it was planted.' ;
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: HATE*, WORDS OP WISDOM. I II bloom before planting out. Plantiug 1 Coercing a Kin?. errj..

--iI PQVA8. 1w. 2w111n Bml6u1rm pots and all is of kdoubtfiil benefit. William W. Hall, one of the Citizens'Committee -J' '. -' ,

-. I -1 flI$2 o& it i is truth, what does it matter who I Better have the soil less rich by digging of Thirteen that called on I ii FJ 5.
i no i OO14 4oT I TbPICS OF INTEREST d With moist and rich soil the recent revolution -
4
it RELATIVE season
3. I 50 3 4 Ofl 8 O15 O' 20 00 says ? | eep. a King Kalakaua during .
C....._._.. ..... 5 00 1 1N 8 00j12 00122 (10 1 00 A1 TO PAK3In ( AU PI. no geraniums flower well. Old cutback at Honolulu and demanded that l uj .r411c- 1 --

..t S..._......_..... 00 10 ( It O(41S oIto O( 5O every thread of gold is Valuable, M> full of shoot and bloom planted Constitution or abdicate, c"L" CUREH THE WOK-T rI\sn I
; 12....... .__,_.. 10 Ot 15 01'20' 0W26 (M30 00 (I 00 is every moment of time. I plants, he sign the new told a to twenty mInuia. Not ,ne fcnJrTt !
-.1 i. out the latter part of May, should flower r wn* in Chicago recently, and hfc aftTPiadifla Ihi, npq.d
b: Ten c1nt. ft fine for the flirt sod fi ve cenU for Knowledge of our diifics; is 4hcm t Crecjllnc Dairy Cow j> well all summer. about the committee's visit.'lWe UFFEK VlTll P.tI'flOWEL
-
each tubf eqaent Insertion. useful part r-necial rate for time idrmliements upon appllcajlon : 'The art of Ntw"lr; planted trees often suffer apparently filed into the palace, He COMPLAIN"1.. ,
at the office. ; simplify i heart isahc.ilinj breeding is governed found him sitting at a desk. .. -
for want of water when really and will
.. by few rules which | t *.-' -- in 3 faw mnmento when taken ccnrrKmr tn
a He -
,
% garnl meiitinij principle.Wo .1 I are simple ind'casy there is much moisture in the soil. This was fri-.htened and conciliatory. -- -. i directions cnrd Crumr sani.. rtonr Stomach!
UBSCRIPT1ONUATE. to understand. Tho first and most important : declined.Then T. Heartburn Sick llen'l.-vhe. Summer Complaint ,*
4 .; are sure to gt tlic brtter of fortune of these 1 usually comes from the earth not having asked us to be seated, but we Diarrhea I>y .'ntery. CoUr. Wmi Jn tb* Bowel,*
.. ia that
Oneyenr. .. like
to .
ft produces said 'Your Majesty.we and all other Internal Pain*
Nrjuooihf.. 75 if \sc do I but grapple: with hrr. l lA ike,' by which is meant that animals of been picked: in tightly about the roots ofir spokesman : and I
communication for MALARIA IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS
I Ail obrcriptlon mart be id In ad- crowd is t i at planting. Hence a good plan in such w have a you CURED
t> Iariftby | not fompany, and ftc; mctmt ctrtain peculiarities of form color character and told
then AND
.. *anc Jso CiFcrlmluatlon I* favor or anybody. a of : cases is to pound the earth with a heavy handed him the document, PREVENTED.
gallery titfrc is
picturrshrro disposition, habit and quality, around the trees. After this him that if no answer was received in There I Comnvinlcatlons .r*>n all matters of local inter- no Jove. when bred together, reproduce their own rammer conclude he will cure Fever and AfOie .and all nth T M.!arion.BiIioiH .
be noted often that the hours we would t nail other fevets m.led r ."
I e.'t solicited from alt piirte of the county.tfcneittl practice it will twenty-Tour >v KAIMViy
He that would live clear of must characteristics in their progeny. This demand. We I Ii IMI.I.10 quick u ICA11WAKEADY I !
envy
accede to our '
earth looks in the morning declined to ? ,
1L quite damp .., ; : I ltII.IVF.: I
lay his rute has been so and constantly We i r
: tinker on his mouth and k uniformly left.
JHi-ertnru. j.liis where it seemed hard and'! dry before. did not feel uneasy when we R. l.: It not only cnre the patient seized with jf
hind: wit of the ink p formed secret league
is the h had ,
This a
UNITED STATES OFPICF.ns. and simply pulverizing Tcaknwses and di-trcssmjf will t-vi-Tf morning $.tkp Mil' r :itt drops of
natural that it be taken chronic
J I Inquisitive proplo arc the funnels r.fconvors.itinn may as so much insisted on bygarndenersof e '. i/ens svvor i in, all nf whom were member of those to fi-malfs at tl o Invaliuts'I I R.'llf in w. fer. and eat. ,ay a er..ekur. left,,
.
IENATt ft ?ifc guide in the rearing of dairy cows. : ailments peculiar htLi'ati:' .. .I .-it they will prevent atfa-':''. -
; they do not take: in ;myIl the old school. h of tin ly local: militia: company.He Hotel and Surgical InstitutP. adapting It Instantly r -i2rand won cures fold*. SonTliroat.
fbi,. Sinine] I'HKO. Mont'trll i. lIt 5nw: for thfiir but n-p Every person may see it proved by practice and sixty baa afforded a vast experience 111 riy rn.ti. .CfrU1aV. stilt :';ei ic. ill Con i
!
own use, in ; ; >sit 1 Lad I 1 )H policemen lor the
pi The freight on a barrel of nice apples on.y tliotoughly tosir1n.r reiM'i'u-M and Inil.imiiiatluns. whether of the Lung
Hon. \llUnjon i'all, Jacksonville.Kirt to another every day of his life. There is more back him for All and nmiadliv. thins g.
j or less of family likeness in as is no higher than on a barrel of culls. pdaee: attendants to The cure of woman's peuliar PrefcrrJpilonia
,
persons Favorife
nErnr with < "TillIKU3IATIS3INEURAUJI.4
Ts'Iv oh1 may dcpviid! iou it that lie i ircxi'l ia well as in inferior animals. The When they reach mirkot the barrel of the reputable: citi/ens WLCIC us. Dr. lercc' or result of this great and ,
who outgrowtn.
trict-llvn. K. II. M. 1)idnT1 progeny the
QulncyJecond of adventurers ot testimonials
J)1itrct-11on. C'liMlcn Dougherty, Tort m.in who o intimate fiicndir] : '' :iiJr'oiid !I of a Jersey is always a Jersey, and the nice apples sells for something very soon, Kini 1 ; I liked the society than valuable! evperienc. Thousands and from phyiicians ITeadh T..thaudnF.WFakss or Fain In the 8*
()rnrige. ;: and \\ho-e fiii-mies ar* vliarnftcr round came ov er from San Frar.e i-e-o better received from patients ; Chest or Limbs by one Hll>\k-atlcjn.
> same is true of :all other breeds. A gool while the 1 barrel; of culls stands until ttst 'l It in th'Tifr>r' aggravated
,d' u. r. cincuiT < ftIT : 1 business and they beat him who have baffled fifty bottle. f'ol l iy drngg1,
decidedly bad.: rich milker produce, calves that are good t i i it looks worse and wor-o than at first. that of men, and (ob8tinit i-aw" which had i cent per
rifth .Tud.Vlid Circuit-Hon.) W. H. \Vood. At tint his crowning th-* wet wonderful
lanta, out
I Lion. lou A. i'ardfe, wUrl an$. I-a., Circuit s-.de is out a total e L'ctrLvigunec: ; : was; fitting a remedy ever rrnjinnienJed: M ft '
< ji-ileetioii. and! self-di-tm-t i the iir-t trocd milking family. It is the fashion possible or dumped each for suffering1 women. It is not DR. RADWAY'S

I Judge.Jt.. M. Call, Jacksonville, i;. S. Attorney, Northern I proof \Ve give f lia-inobttiiid: akrtMlod \ to assert that only pure breeds have this I loss and worso if sale is impossible. In war at a cost of $ 11,000.( or child$1 in the "cure-all." but na.a most perfef r|IMC121C for

District. lge of oursolvc'.. physiological j>o\scr of propagating their tho one eMc tlif-re is pretty sure to be a every man, wonyin, and woman's powerful.pprulur ailments.Invigorating tonic, SAESAPAR1LUAN! { RESOLVES!!!
\V. t'. JliM, Marshal. Nor hern I) uct.: and above whole Ac a the vshide system,
eatlsfa realized group. strensrti
characteristics. All I I animals < tory price over to
l'lilij: > \\alti r.Jnckpot.iil- n.4 \\ ion.! Tafla- In jcniu* ih rv i=; ili.it .d( h< my which own possess I It imparts and its api'mbtjes In The Great Blood Pnriflar.
womb
ba-nv, t'.t', llnmjitrcj t, I'ciitaroh, CJcrkf, Nonh- omivil I 4 i'ito g'l'l) ;' vliieh! from <-ulT< riiiL-; this power to some degree, however( ( expense", in the other almost with equal I.umb.Moxi and to the For overworked. .VOtfl-put." -uri-of all rhronic* O'-wa-ses. Si-r fua.! !
particular. ,
LTD Ji4rCt. l and careful of selection this ot-rtainty a deficit to be nude: good. The I.ion and llir t tt.achrr". milliners, For '. : ?
by debilitated .
t ClcE-5 sti en.rtli. from error tloaicr wiiorn js- a course arc frioruls at la't.It run-down. house- 'Tftlnt*. Syphil tie< .iunpI.ilnt.itm4ilmtf (5uj; [
TEH**- r.Tiintv! D TP.ICT : else then afford to anil ihe.ruine'lhir' wcaistrehw-s. hop-grls, lJis t It-Pr. CUronlis Unii'ii.itl. Erjelan
M.s
natural( be : Can or one trmlo.Now dressmakers ular >
from : proclivity encouraged you any I their
all may
tiling tiood. 1 was thought it \\iMild injure inotners.. ant4e'LI'* women },Kidney BU.lJer. ant Liver l'ompl.tlat DrJOepHl
nursmir
Iarknnvfe. first Monday in iKnmbrr.'liOliittfttvce developed and strengthened until the ship! poor goods to market ? the> are m.ikiiiir most mon y on it anul tb lono kp"perR, Or. h"rr"-s Favorite inscription !...Affet-tlon-iof! the Lun. t and flirj-at putlllj.
tirt-l MmicUy 1 I cln If ioid ton of -rood l Inok. it. generally.
.n
ulry. jou pliros: a ) > harm whi'o tin- <>M ilnnkrr prefpfs bnns unequaled 1 the Diood. n,t .rtiii health an 1 tot
J'cjjwicolrt MOD ii bned( as it is then called: has this the greatest earthly boon
Jir.-t Marco.v. la
lay tUe
1 liquor
lottc-r l.iiln on tonic.
by letter-tti.il is to .iy, with ro.il Thank ( ; )lil by llruifai-tt" SI per Hotile.
.. ji Northern power in an eminent degree and the THE HONE DOCTOR.Bods dealer's i |' 1uk oh. as an appeti/intr and ntrei.thenlnff j I -
TnicT JIT
cot IMttrict noothliiK
forovonuorc
: accuracy--jou are in fine h.nttrrovin to he the AB a 18 unc- 'l -
lion. lho Sit'lf, -JackMTAille, progeny partakes: very closely of the The Arwnr.ui ixi.jilc world. It nerrliie, "F.ivont<' i'rcserlPtl( a"
JiKlgf. IH the
anrdiuatod tual
nirjsure % r.oii.TIapi tutelp! < and sub- j
II. M. I 'b1I.]! Jack-oniiHe! I S. Attorney.V. j character of the parents. This is the a nil IJeu-iiir'ability, exhaustion. I RADWAY'S PILLS
\ '. llrd: .JaekwouvIlf.!! Marftial. ufl-s imi l not only 1 bo pnpirodnnd is unite hid fair to be cluing nervous tritability.. irri
both. It s
be aimed who of bed to beliirht sustain and
J point to at by dairymen, The covering a ought to hjstin.i. pasm3 i ii
1'lii.ij: ; ) \\aiur, Ja< kn>ini:.<-. ilrriv, Jtcrn: 1)1tKiofi. ) oviT-worki-il and over- prostration and Stoma
Jittod t l for but for his tht1 m.uri-M of the cotni G-eat Livar Re-nd/
a nun. nun should first learn by careful tests which as well as wirifl.VIi.iCul blankc I V totx-alile to rutify the other distrfsoin r. 'rvv I). ('.\.Vih'on'Fafls1anp'ce.! : lerk. Middle IMlsion. )li.ippinc I: ->; ho mut lie I inie) u ration.ilroatun ftimul.itfd. a-4 \\cll as : if. i i moaly attendant upon functional lad organic I1 For U-e nirf of all diwrdep* cf this t.-im rh,
the bist seed DrTVritU
then them liberally healthful thin
I K. C. llniupbreys I'l-n-acola are cows aie 1 1 far more t : are: heavy erterts of dis-ipation. disease of the womb. It induif refreshing Bjwe: .Kidaev Ba.t! l-r.Serv-jiw fWu'-i.. F
Clerk WvEtera |
1)1tiMOIl.
I ( ; before he can enjoy a rational "to develop their qualities to the comforters w huh admit of no \ entilition THE city of I'arin is shown by official statistii Sleep and relieves mental anii ty and despondemy. I i:omi taint* li"i )f Aj.tit| llea.larh Consim
Jri lu.o4tinu. Riutiuqripln.fatnmatin
Tr.flM : plo.iMiie.WJien i ul'lest' extent; bnod them to males ofkqbwn but instead, :absorb and retain the H to have iin'uinitl \\\-t v cur 4.( KUXpiri)( ) s. Proscription I tlon.ni C&srtveriPMii.of the H.JWBH. Pile and aa4eu- .

; F..tern JivipIon-JcktiiviIie, fret Monday* In honors come to u-, rather thin hereditary excellence, and pursue exhalation from the 1 body. IJeds and'I I Ital-o drank S7.." ).0i( and) c-ilfons nf wine and s-oine-3 17- I Dr. Fierce'legitimate* Favorite uicdlc-iiir, mrefully I I n5o. rur.dcsgtahje .
Doci mbor. (l fi t) tf.Olons of s[>uits 1iutii'r. Is a > taming m> mercurr. mineral or deteteruiusdriPERFECT
Middle Dlrlcloo! -Tallahaiscc, Crft Monday. In we to them, when ih'-y meet us as; itwrro the sam plan with their progeny. The bed clothing should bo aired fri' 1uentlv. hug iuvir l-.ft.WiO) ) ) gallons of cutler unit of cornpoiiad'-l by an ox pen; need and delicate oklllful DIGESTIOH wIll tea& nwpila
to'woman's
( February. in the v< vtiitiicof life it i iull male should be selected from some i pure' Many: housewives consider the airing of th h boor, or i5iKi.) \W orifanizHtion. m purely i PUN every morning o'clock% u 4fcln
'tera )1y1ion-1enaqa, first Monday lo if our aLin-t breed but after careful but this s ncl <'nc of Poiaoiiin harn.leaa In Its WBy-!
!atIJ. flIIiC11; say no mote : not hapha/ard, the sleeping room all-sutlicjent, composition and perfi-itly orpIil. LtySICK < !

t ---- ii .lh'iu: that wo mo too joiini; for our i investigation of 5tsantecedentsancl especially is i a mistake. Not only should mattresses Is that of a manor 1%lunaR afflu-ted resulting with di"c.ise effect m any (Indltiuil.A'f the froii sjstem.whatever For I HEADACHE
of the liver in siclinew. or nnViwa.
STATE OFFICERS.fj ) (TiirnitieJ; it would I bo I much woro for of its parentage.: .Milk'ini Duality h be turned and aired at least three times ': iisoiu or ill|deranerrtnt-nt. .in I iimulation- the blood, scrofuImis cause morninx'''irwinx1. wi-alc! Etomach. ir.dipestion, dyspepsia ,

Att n<>cruor rmricr&l--Kdrv-Ard A.'. I1.1'trry..oojicr Ta1ahaee, '1H1Ifth1tIPe. us" I if tlify could cty: we are too old I fur ii the only point to be considered, for each week, but pillows and bolsters I h alfci tion-, ii'k hi-ad.u lies, and troubles diseases of an-1 Wndn-l symptom. us use. In small: ,Dv ii.l t.li-Dl.l>- vial FEll that!Somaih.I N eaten X3i1iuIiu4uPR t-oninbutes will iM b ,a'o4i
ran neflfiaLi
) thorn l lime will do. the th-t this alone the desired. A and tlie kid IIP}s. lunus or hcurt. These dou' will provo very 1* tr th.- support ot the natural
.1 Si-orvJwirjr of Stale-John I. Ira*ford, Tallahatrse. : tr>y cbjocliou brings profit ouiht to I be beaten, shaken: exposed Inrured only by soinx to the primary cause. "Favorite Prescription ? In a positive trtti5 1

,'.. i I but confirm the M-I oinl. dairyman should look to his special : to the sun every two or three days. If and putting the liver in a healthy roudttion. To i cure for th most corrpllortcd and (obstinate -,"Ii,ts-r' the f..IIOWIflZ .ympf m* rsuttln5
< >r.,.,.ililj and effectually Ifiirorrhfa. ex.ee flomnjT, .. (iietreh1rgtfl : I. u.nttpalkin.btIP .
this of
|
omi'li-h ea.vs &
LI Tr'aiarcr- S. CrlJ, Tallalu-rce. business for his prolit, and never 1 be induced I beds! and their furnishings arc not carefully .ti i Dr.1'iene's ii the li.MMt 111 the Head.
nothing, h.ts proved! it-elf 4) erlicai'ious as nienstruntion. natural si-Tpressions -. Hlllneof Aeldilyti
1;4 .' (IjtItaItGclietatla'id' I ttiig, 'I al'ahapcee.'otmn All About to compete with professional cared for the bedding' soon comes I "(iol'lcn Medn al I>isimer>," which painful or fallini of the womb, weak back the st..ruah Nausea llrartliurn. t-iiijust of p,.

a Mitclu-ii.!< sooner TftlUtifeice.uirtrinTon.lcnt I.amls. and liui.jfgration('. L. Sulphur. breeders in the rearing of stock for sale. I to hue a stuffy, disagreeable odor, :and l hanever failed to do the work, claimed for it, prolapsus female wcakwus." anteversion. rKrovrrflon.. sinklti t\illn-"S\ or or Weight. in of the the StomtIoh.Heart. Chokm S.i'nr Linclitterlns or>i

If E 1'ublic I2itruettonA. J. Hugcl Sulphur is an (.lemtiit.l 1 >ult.i'noo, Hundreds of dairymen have been misled that odor means sleepless nights, for and in ver II ill._* beannir-down nnd sensation' ulc-erution, chronic ut tL- ongmion.Intlammation womb inflammation. eatln, ;5f.flMitI. 'P nn when twtire lnalylnirp th. 8tihL twre.blmiwt FeYPra55

!!, TJiUaliahi-cv.. whidi tC( uN vt ry widely, ili-Kributod I I 1 in into disastrous losses during the progress; j perfect rct is gained only in a bed that THINIJS; are bn-kinir "i> at the Bron&liTNav pain and ter.dornrss *n ovaries', VL Pain- in.I't'the Ilend flr eflcieni-y) of per plrationfeUokne

.. 1 a1I'4u tJ4)flfli1iIontr aee. 0! Imn-.isralon! A. Itob'.nson! the mineral: kingdom, paitly: ftco and 1 of what might be called the Jersey spec u- I i is fresh atad' clean. l > built.> Yard, where a liAjUMun battle-bhip is toU accompanied with "mttrnal and prora.iteof heat." functional '-t.>ad.len f thesMn! Fiii.tw.and tye..f Heat PalnlntheSide.ChecJiMii.i burning In the laAfw .

.. ITIIEME COURT. 1 jiutly: -onil! ined with otn-r! ohmont i *. lation, during seven or ciirht years past, _disagreeable more di<- As a action regulator at that critical perfMnr change !ose i-f Kl>\V.A\'H PII>I. wU
lx>
1 1'it. ('bItt Jtwtk.-Cco. (;. Mc\Vhoner, TaIIahnee. Kioo vi- named 3 >11 bf disorders.all dnirtitutr
L A ucinte .lite-neo. 1'. Itaiify, 1 allaha-iee; foinied nrmi\d with with catarrh and has to keep I "is a perfectly safe reni dlat agent Frc! 2- cent*i ir
If. I!. > an Valktnburgh, Ja<:knomUle.rritLic lojjulaily ei yta1. to certain families which were The sting of insects, s>ui Ii as gnats, who is troubhil learinjj his or her throat of tlie and can produce only good result?. It ia rnd a letter,Umn to DE. U VIMVAYkCO.
earthy in:ittt r. The principal sources of at the time but whose foUiihineaiid aluabR its'effects .. No. :iJ Warren "!reel, >ew Y rk,Jot
LAfl5-1'. S. Land I popular popularity I mosquitoes, etc.. says /, Phiirimn-ifn i't'eIzir tiulti,, whi< h drops into it? Such persons are equally efficacious ant, v ? in, liookof.vdvlify I

I JAT.A office crystalline Milphur j arc t'rbino in Italy.Girnoiiti was oon e< tipsed by new favorites. It mat1 < ale often painful. In stint a alwajsto be pitied if they ti y to cure tliera- when taken tor those disorders aril derange'-critical C Our tii ich TO <;ET RAiyAV$. I
( mtiet
< dnd
Cainest'lle. C. Tucker lletter.I Catarrh to that later
Hut if Dr. cage's meats incident _
; in i ih' and in ,elves ami fail. they get i
I ( ILuioboy L ters not what breed is chosen. If it is the case: :apply spirit of hartshorn or volatile ( Kemedy there need be no failure. period known iw The Change of I ife." .4 H Y J zr-j5

STATE LAND*. t < 'ioatia.:, while the earthy Milphur I* Shorthorn, the IIolstein-Friesiau, the I alkali to the part. Spider, I bites' are not "Favorite Prescription," vrhn taker 1 _

I Land office. Tallahaitee-C. I. Mitchell, Commiftioner. mainly! (1riv(11< from It.ilv, Mnr.ivi.i. andPoland. Jersey, the (;Jucrnsey, or Ayr-hire, as 1: only painful, but often venomous, and its THE electrie light is now used on some of the I in conn Medical tion with Discovery th<' use and or small D-. laxative Pierce'aGolden

______ i Iiol.md K I ii Iril in I both varieties: good a bull as can be :afforded should be i necessary: to wash them with salt water Londun omnibus line*. doses of Dr. Piereo's Purgative Peilers ( Little

but the iiiiinr.il; wealth of that i i-land: relining purchased and this may be safely done or diluted vine-gar. The sting of the * Knpture. radieallv cured also pile I Liver Pills), cures Liver. Kidney acd Bladder

COUNTY OFFICEHS.rounty'Jnile I almost nil V4)rkel. At present the ii the pediirrec is right, ami the milking ( boo is harmful only when the sting remains IU tumors and tisiul.iI'am..hlet World'* Dispensary of partieiifttrs Medical blood diseases.taints Their and combined ab<>Lshea use canciT'ala> >removes ua and
4 cents m stamps.
-J. H. lUchnrd. g ro.iti: r part if the suljihurusotl in Kurone quality of his dam and both his irrandams 1 sticking i in the wound. NJ the Association. HulTalo N. Y. scrofulous humors from th>' f>jFt. Ti.
'lerU I < 01111:1: fncn '1(1lV. :nd, a a rule, it i I'i has been found It is "Favorite Prescription" s
Mierirt 11. V,. F.ppereots. satisfactory. more first thing to be done is to press the PPIF.\DFI PHIel.iims to have many English I medicine for women sold by druggit'ts. under

,, 1 *r A .ep*
'lai Collector-B. Ilaynea. .- In the form of a ulpltidc.s.ilphur animal than small for that it will give Mtwtacti. n m every
1 a the blood that HHW-
price a one. will
e of School R. T. poor carry along a
hnjjcriuteiKlent *- Dnwlin 'Rov\t. (CLUE' mends anything! Broken Chi will b refundfd. T! is guaran
I m I occurs abuiid! :intiy in ( (ualina-! The bull i is half the herd as reirmls: the of the fl'hen suck the Vials at Drugs & (iroKel case. c>r monev
K'jnut Sn-\ -v.rJohn I 1. 1'rntt. <'. 1". i portion p'oison. .- na, Cja.-. \Vo )d.tree_ tee has b tVwin-y I'oinni.'KOt'cr* I.\Vitkov-k', <;. "V. M". 'tioii with j Ion, <- 'P1 per. lca: l and xinc,' < all C. :and more that that when it is procured WOiIflI( and wash it well with water, and and faithfully carried out for m.my years

I "K'U'iy.. vm'th.\\t. I'k. Hea'Cjcy, John S. Am'tcn* ojpt M. ajid' :aUo with other t iiiCt::1'-. In the sulphitos for the purpose of improving i rut: hestock. t then with :solution of kin's powder. I Remedy ef is for mime Catarrh.hate,.and iOe.Do a cure sure. Piso'3 Large bottle* ((100 doses) $1.00, or ix RUUGH1TCHI

-. 1 it distributed even inure The spare male: calves may 1 be 'This latter which is much used in Kngl.ind. bottle for S.S.OO. Qiene4 0
Troati
For larsr". illustrated on -
I
:. CIT OFFICERS. irenc i all\.the siil phntes: of linio, magnesia.baita. easily disposed of to n'ighiborsvhlo are l consists of three parts of chloride Women (itO) pages, piipfr-coven-di scud ten ra< rs.I Uou Puni on Vs.Flesh Worms.RlnftVorm,Tetter

Major-T. A. Knlciit.M4r I etc., bein abund nit natural I II not so particular or not so experienced I of lime to eight of common salt. Not Neglect cents in stamps. .Address Salt Kh-iiin..Frosted Feet Chilblains.itch,

hil-E. I). \\i:t. 1 prwdiu I lullS in this n'specr, for some advance on the An ounce of this po'viler is to 1 bo dissolved World's Dispensary.Medical Association! Ivy Poi-ton. Isarber's E.S.WELL.I ItehcaIit, Jersey Head City.,Eczema.N.J.
4 iTkIt. I.. s The taken That tire'.! feeling. Impure Mood UUtreMafter eating "xv Drugjftsta. :
|>nrUman. irrosscr impuiitios! are away common stock, and will in good part re in a tumbler of water. If this
A'-c-'or-t. 1>. Wtt'l.: from .tals I and I paint In the ha. k, headache, or ilmlUr affections tilt 663 Main St, BUFFALO, N'.Y.
1 oa,iiro:>-ll.'ll. Jonc Milphur j 'ry by milting by pay tho cost of the sire. Breed is un composition is not to bo had, ( loulard's and
firm foothold
tome powerful disease obtain a
J *'itv-Mi"rny-I. T. \Vllc. distillation: \\ hen \ipori/edsulphur doubtedly dependent upon feed. Fee I i extrai may be used. For the sting of :i t roery is.t1m.u1t.perhartuiip.estbte. Take Hood's BOUGHiPILESCurt"

Vt. AI.tinn-JIin! C. l-.t1iard.: J. SI. Truby. T4t1 i, oondciised i"I i !.iiir t-htinI Pt 1. it is ol lug and training h.nc given the value to alkali should I be
: the Milatile ban- vj
I'onc.l: .1. <>. A'ircz.: ]>. I. Alt arc.:. scorpion. Sarnipartll th" defender of health in time to Risers GU R r FOR protrndinf -
t.rnulin thefonuot io\\osofsulphur.or] : the breed, and this value must be kept t Used, and after the i pain subsides, an ill all b.ul foeuj!! anj restore you perfect health CURES VVHEHt ALL ELSE f AILS.B ? piT s or hemorrhoids other.itching Internal and

when < undented in the I liquid form I in! up by feeding and training. The mistake emollient cataplasm) may: be applied. 1 "When I toolt H.HHI Sarsa arllla" that heatlneu t Cou h .Syrup. Tastes pnod.,. Ceo pxt -rnal bltffdir.z.rinusty inWrnal in each or parkajre. SurectireijV

s.uiilcr' : '! and: hotter& rucncrs. it is cast is; often made of irctting a pure broil 1 Iu my stomach let':, the dullness In my head and the in time. Soul l bvdrn : tit : Druj ;rists or malL E.Wells.Jersey City.

r A FEEXCII writer Trho knows it all j I into cylinders alKd mil 1 t i1ll I 1ini-. It animal and subject inir it to all the care Health Hint I' gloomy de'-pond'at feeling disappeared. I began toI S

1. has boon may also 1 bo obtained: from iron pyrites) 1 by.heating less whidi is I get stronger my blood gained better circtQatlou. the RQUGHoNBILE PILLS
the
his given to I
giving miiiagement
follow-countrymen y.I To relieve earache, turn a drop of milk roldnern in my hands and f.-et left me. and my Jcld-

P ,,.. porno iusightr into American polities it inclose M-ssoK It i is uls common stock and expecting that this as I hot as can be borne into the oar and nays do not bother me as before." (J. W. HILL. Attorney Active Small ilosa.but nnlL Kor Pick Catharr'c.Jlea.lache Small, B1a.GrsT"

thrown ilow( n trum some of i's compound* animal.: l'y Virtue of its parents': character, oovi r it quickly with a bit of cotton b.it- at Law MiIIer burg, 0.Hood's .
T through that eminently reliable jour I lie of dilute i h\dmchK,ricacid. in
by I use can lift uj the common herd, and double ting. 1 '*

t nal, tue Paris Figaro, in this fashion: tin s vii: fallinir m the form of a jrrayjsh or treble its value in a few years. Such a It is claimed that: the juice of a lemon Sarsaparilla Tiso's CCRE ron -
Complete
Sold by all druggUts. $1 : ala for $ Prepared only
4: "The President is now accused of try white line powder known as milk ofsulphur. hope is i doomed to disappointment: from siuoe/e'd| into :a cup of strong e f>'ITC Wi ill!1 by C. I. HOOD CO, Apothecary, Lowell Mass.IOO p ONtI3 OUGH'CATARn11cii
; free from ca.seaTVnp'qnated for Catarrhal throat
ing to bribe the iSoutli. The the outset When a pure animal is i :affoid immediate relief in head Dollar route
most absurd in the neuralgic I Doses One asreti'->n.s, foul bn ath. offensive odors. Ask
Sulphur i is extensively employed brought into a herd its care should be at Opium in any form, aad for Rough on Catarrh." 50c. Druggists.ROUBHSrOOTHACHE52ISc..

t suppositions are freely circulated. arts and manuacture! <, as in the manufacture least o<|iial to that which it has I been' used I ache.Don't | COCKLE'S therefore perfectly safe.
;
Tho removal of the of etC ask :a convalescent if he would
Minister of War matches gunpowder, to, and the very same system of feeding
'l ; like this or that to eat and drink but If yon have a cough with .
When converted into acid i it
has been demanded, and it is the o sulphurous and general management should be followed ANTI-BILIOUS
'I- io.werfuI acnt and isx prep:ire the delicacies and present them L out disease of the !
: blea'liing with the whole herd. If this I uni;% I -
ion of one that this ROUGHCORNSsoa-rcois.I5C.
) the
; every ffairf9JO war- destroy insects fungi i, < tc., practice is carried out, the desired end in a teinpting way.i PILLS so much the better. A few

injure j Mr. Cleveland w,4L4. f KCompir i jl in the form For a gunpowder burn the
coastimption will surely be rc.i< lied. i keep j THE GRE AT ENOLISH REMEDY doses are all need. Bit
you
year :!1ifre l, Florida St. add, one of the most im- wounds wet with a mixture of linseed oil I For Liver. Bile, Indigestion etc. Free from Mer- V

t truth is thflcl9ttfb pipe I t bee av ical maniifacture. Farm and Garden Note and water for thre-o day, ami then apply cur ; .contains C. N. (1tITTETO'iew onlv \'nrVcft.ilile hnirrp.tInt.Agent. York. *. if you neglect this eay
.
.; pretext. TL4. aT't: OUtIv1fl( at or various pur- Don't keep ahead: of the weeds, but go vaseline to heal.: means of safety the slight 0ROPS'V
;
with 3Jr. CleViP- I 'th t a 1L anVilk facj%gjfrnber oT75rm<. It arts hot after them.Do For ] e>isoning! from phosphorous, as KIDDER'S cough may become a seri -
npyonc
President but 1orderthe ii (Ito 'Tow\Hyrrj\ jyav diaphoretic, and an'nala I not allow potatoes to be exposed 1 to I when < bill ren stick matches-give a tablespoonful ous matter and sever al 1 l lr
<
I of 3Q ''' king, tiflOB also useti *n l'utuu>ouBffexternally"and < the sun any longer thin is needed to dry I of magnesia: and i then, freely, bottles will be required. -nie !lf<. entirely harm cii. Krm.>T S-!

This gray-hairel !I ftu&j internally rumarahic i wut< r: less nugne-si.iif only a -I., inii.toin-.of l>r p 't.iys. Cure patient* I
? I roniiu.f.11.1. .p.-lesbv tb.tct i'.'itotan4. trom
with his wife i-TjSH Blrtificially. prepared and sonic I Icib3 little t pho-phonus i is taken. It cannot Le as-erteij tl/\t tiNt 'to.u. **iaj.t.>m* ranutly .Ir'u 1P'ar.p and In ten.lavs '
a n3 estS in mineral springs.-.- Mixed farming is most useful in keep I- every case of Consunif tinn mir i>t i it a-t in.') thu.K: <>' nil Mtmptom* are r*
in this ho lug up the soil to a degree of fcrtilitv.'r The follow I ing i is a remedy for I boils l lip cured l by this nieihfini*. 1 Iit* inuvi-l. s..n av" try humtiii witnout. knowlanar.Uh

I Cleveland, his sister, last year Ia ;v The specialties cngage-d in should"bo i in: Cut :a ripe tomato into slices and I 1 bind a it is true tliattlu>usan.ljcf Ir es ui alw.iit tnent It. Keineim ut our treatui--nt it (.iats riirv yi iltnre.dUn 'vour'ei flOthit! t

keeping with the soil and conditions slice.over the boil. It :affords almost in- will be saved if they do not re \ ,-a e o'n't.uitty tmic.ne i.f mnic .and1flS
f .
S White House, because young (1> lay ti .a.iM I th.it hav. l .>. n ,uii'p" t .1 number of t rn-a an
__Ina's Great Wall.fj the farm. St LIlt f relief, ;and I effects a rapid 1 cure, o long thitient| .l.-r'ared: ,iin.t < f to liv a week OW
a C'lc\olaiul had introduced, or rather :- I fill hiNt.irv of c.ii*. nun a.mi how lom
) tt1? ilson reports the Great: It is poor economy to ue old and dirt set !iiing to cat away the core rather than By druggists. 25c.EXHAUSTED aT'l.fd.! eti- > nil fir fre pattithiet| rimtalnloi
reintroduced, strong drinks into- the draw it. and i is cool and soothing iu A STRE Ct'RE FOR te-iMMoiilali. Ten dayV trt-atment furnnheit ff
f very
China in fine
oii. condition where hedit sections for comb honey. It will I 1 pay- by mall. If y6ii u'ter"trial y,>ti mu-t return thAi 1.ertloniu.nt stm
Presidential dining-room. All the teetotalers though ruinous hi parts. tlt better to commit all such to t the il.imes its effects. ( h.mire: the poultice frequently INDIGESTION and DYSPEPSIA. t' its ultl iiii-ent. irt s amp* topvtae. pi
F Over '.Oii( Phvsii-lans pilfi.v< F.tv. iK> |ti\evrure<|.
then passed over to the nppo. 41*. from twenty-live to thirty feet high L, and buy new and' clean sections for new: i burning I the refuse '.1 iee. us PIOE5TYLIV. s >ln< that have It sent,is the iw lKt their preparation approval of U. ii. UIKN: 4v -4>VM.. l>"..

s'tiou.: But th's year tba President .fifteen to twenty feet thick, and rixittcil I and delicious honey.Kvcry they are covered with poisonous matter. for We Inillg have tlon never that heard they of have a rasp ever of n Uvpepsla'c
outside and in with cut yr.mitc masonry : H.ibies are much more susceptible to DIGESsTYLIN was taken that wan not cu-ed. BAIED'S GKANULESKEliTLATETH.
time
has made oth.t blunders. He has you use the cultivator i in .
gonecarl' laid in regular courts with an excellent order cold than are iwlults, yet a mother will FOR CHOLERA INFANTUM. m

ii h'ng with his wife in a retired mortar of lime and, sind. It ianr- are at to the kill out the gra-s and weedsou go out warmly clad: trom head to foot IT Wn.L tTRE TIlE MOST kIunAvkTgnrAss i CU7.ES wHUl ALL uSBestcouich I IIn ; i i: Ons.
same time stirring the soil
comer of tho llocky Mountains. mounted( by battlement ofjjiny and lit her cluld beside IT WILL .vimuviriM* is ruM.VAM'v; Syrup. Ta..tes goud. Tjae DOWELS ITRIJFYTHEKLOO
It
5s n pir.ipct or thereby admitting] I more air to the roots patter along her I IT WILL RELIEVE SsTIPATIOV ttm. Stint hyiir'ngt.t.a. ftj .-,

f true, however, that all the reporters in I burned britk njrhfen or twenty; of the plants, providing :a greater amountof > withlos> tutu half of her protection, !I whlr-h ForSummer are the direct Coniplttlntn result,and of Chronic [.irrhiej .I.T:1J J
ifl(1ICthick.. The inside of the wall i is Another prce-.mtiou should h be Imperfect jention. 'L DYSPESIA
the Unitod Mates were at his 'heels.Tho moisture and: converting the insoluble to avoid! DKJESTYLIN' will cff made of earth and I loosetone the b.ibo (1 rafts TakeDTi fc>TYI IN f : well exposing to of cold air the of PIUS: .1.1MIMA
sabstanocs .
into stomach thcv
plant food. nil rome from InuIigeatI..n. A. a0'I
public read every morning in the r.iiiiined lit. Ktr'Oil) or'' i"Oy.uds thenis from windows. Many a I babe has lia.l an Your drugI'ut. ( for PKSKSTYMN: ipriii* j: per larpte lc ViTALSTY ? HEJrU. :& !
: bottle .
i Many! farmers who lave abundance I If hedoevuot hatvlt ,
an M'n.l dollar
New York the 1 fl.uikini attack of from one to u*
papers plaro and hour a ; tin ret thirty-live or forty' of croup this cause. The and we will send a bottln t > you. pxpre piep.iiil .-.. -* .Th "*viel

I when tho President last embraced his feet hiijh jirojcctiiiLC I ln-yond ami ovcrInokinir it. straw The stack are too should careless bo well about I I built stacking mother should give her intuitions a freerplay I I reliable.L>o not hesitate iitah11shusI t.> send twenty your five rnonev n-ar oi.r noiiao l* A Great Medical Work for Young .arez Inspectors, and iir

ihr f.ico of the wall in both din l even obey them and site will W.tf. F.
,
wife. This have less KIDDKi A < O.. v- ntma
too much. <
was The Americans 'ti.>:I'. and nir: i-ach turrit.is a stone if one intends to rot tho straw. Dry- use for doctors. 1annCneurjrg rheiIjalc.iiiJuhu.a: !.. N.\. and Midd'e-Aged Men. I ), the Another.bowel1'* They

I might have pardoned Mr. Cleveland ,
for having taken '* to dor handle, and it can be thrown from the I The Largest Farm I :7Nt '; ;;a.- not phv l'% but act a* ton UKU
fight days a up niii1 uptni the ijrouinl in in the World. I 'EAM BSLh / I'-iM ff/j and cire" !
l
Vfifl'j n Jln-l ie infh
stack and Dr. IV !
se-attcre-d over the yard from M iniRP. rhvHicl-in and Offl
Surgeon.
leave to go carp-fishing. Carp can be tinnat 1 he ni'i-t :a>toni-hini; thinij time to time (Our Katte'rii:: farmer: may obtain! : a now $ ll.nj t'ttrr furltrfnty tin V rItti'l (Va..4ugt.iri. N. .1. und i 13 7 \\e-t yl St.. New Voi.zii
'. oaten and sold. Hut to take :about ii i.Ii''>\\i:\t r.lh I it it climbs -traiuht without nuieh trouble., idea of Iare farms freuu the I H j'1 I'rffim Ilalm nmlttirrjtfit r N. .' Ilnii-rf. \.>-|nhlv' ex 'resident 1 tVLtlgt lorJO
eight days description j HAY-FVER N .1.. l! .ird tifJIiNiith.! ex tVmuty 1'hysicl
; leave tip! the trepr-t and ntost ru tri'd mountain I- | (Jerman millet sown' and lightly harrowed given I below, furnished to th-- St. I l.ouis $ in mtirref.om. It uu xi .\ !

for the purpose of fondling hia sMes, i-.nir-es :tl' their -UJiiiuils! in, ii the proportion) of one n jnffit curr.-H'm. T. t'urrl"nibittian Ant ther. iu.s. .nre.1 (if.i >evere- attack ofirn p1
iij ,
{ifjm'ili&tit by ::1 l v th. '
cone-sjpondent. It is >
located : e. Cz'in.t tun hi hlv ,
wife in the open air is considered improper descends j into tjnryys atiil ravintand i I, bushel of seed per acre, makes :an excellent I- in the southwest corner of I.ouis- IL V ./ I'aitor J11a'u'th.?> KNOW{ THYSELF for ti..ri1i. express my reg
t > fak.H they re'on
for the Chief Magistrate. Thvro li-uiij au'iinkill- th" f.i/'c t>f almost inai I. crop for summer. l Ihit it must I be i jti.L and extends t loo I miles north and I5I.I-MKI> hv Crammail i... Icr [Ia.\,:; bT nre
cs-iltle ihei- cut :as soon as it .hill: 1 be in I blossom, for I Apply Balm into each nostril. 1)1 '. HitI'K % ltODV 1IKI I>Il. ;'Viim-e prepaid. Tradfsiipplle.t by whsl< '
is a time for all things and the President < ; i r --e' valleys south ami many milesast unit! west. It ( \ I. I IN TITI 1 K.: No. I IliillhnhI... InuKt.
and p'.iins in uii1l.'i fiom if allowed to ripen its seed, it will become Ho.Ion. MHO*. \\ tI l. II. T.\ U K t {If. ii.1).. a (
-lICsI
ill one is owned) and 1 TUN TKI-M: AND yuii l
has vo right to his operated; by Noithcrn i- Con- tniif l'ln-l.-Un Mr.- than 'ni iiill.i"ii npn1 WILL UK CONVINCE
pass entire end of the Kinpiie to the other-Iromthe hard and woody. On good, wellmnnured I- talists. whose cap 11IEBSTERSUilarU s.i1.t. It I In .IK uI.iiI N T"ii.in, 1 I I'hi.1> nl I'.MlifT. ina
general .
<
in manager, J. 15. rri-iiMtiir. 1 ..it it.E iii ttri d I Vita f\ Iinp. lr >d ;
: days amorous toying. land it should < <
*>iishine (':i the (lull I cf IV-Chee-I.cv produce two tons Watkius, give the following account of I VI i.r tub !Ii ii;>iint ,'- "f thLln..l nub tt><" untold wu L. DOUGLAi Son
.
t<> the deceit wastes of Turkestan. I Itis : of hay per acre. its working : Dictionary.A iubntanti.il nu Ties nC'UHiurnc-mtn- .1 (him it.'r-oii in fn.l r int.i uilr .- A.irr'intcdtht .> iu.-f<. f l

I nhu'iM impossible to coiucne of its A Missouti fruit grower has found bagging "The 1-, >00,000) are of t,,-..i .pul.ir ni'-M...il ra'lsc, u'ii-% i .1 in ttj.Lnirlish 51
our tract. $3 SHOE.
l.ni/u.ii I'n nlv ) .
JI
I DICTIONARY y mat I. |> *r[ I
Tun Ja lies of the Methodist IJpisco- ( alit ure '\eept through t treachery IL'rgr. a perteet preventive of grape rot if Mr. Watkins said, "was: l'tirhiaed in I ll// .Oi>O \VrIs,3'si0GAZETTEER Knur: .. and nu-i-a'cd. In i j f'uunI; wruj. r. illn-l nl. Tl
.>ss neglect on the of thoM' whose before the s.im'r. .* if viii si'ii-l! nv .t1'tr.4. i ii Th* only S3 SEAMLESS .
pal Church at North put applied s-poics causing the lot' 1 :3 from the State of Louisiana: and OF THE WORLD \i, ,. Phi','. Shoe in the
? liranch
Mich. world. vorod
.re d.itx ii should% I be to iii) litloo, aril a Finest 'alf. perfect fit. and '

F cently hit upon a illume[ way to raiso out in total deliance of tl er lies of militaiy berries. He thinks it i, a safe rule for' tint time it was a vast gra/iag land for BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY MARLIN REPEATING warranted. < onjcrciis. Hut ton 4 I..

funds for : ( a'ul tt the walls! iLi nil eh.ol aud of nearly III.IKIO >'nt..i 1'i-r.ons, sn.t I.ace. alt styles to -. As ,'P US
church puqioses. They 'llgi1IIcrjI.; \ are > grapes to be bagged by the time tho the e-attleof the few do.ulorsin the neigh I RIFLE ftylisii aid durable as C, 1.1 adive

t made silk solid' a tat inn<' V'sible.! rid I the Crates -o Concord attains a s\/.e\ of one-fouith borhood. Er4r. ALL IN ONE BOOK. Ouarm- .. those co"tine V> cr t>>. Av.
a quilt, a number of ladies say. When i I: t'.>k possession i I: BEST IN THEWORLD I.. i)4)t'4LAS
.
well arranged amidefendetl, that it would of an inch in diameter, and as much found over :"O.t.tnO head of < 'r1tair's! I1", rni '' \Vopls .in.l nirlv J>ii'n' r teed perfectly acvuraie $ i."i) SI1OF. exivf.ne
hilf-wild
1 donating a block each. Thry then selected pu//le with liistcl.isssiem' 1'I' u'.trttion: tM:iIria': iv othir Ami n. ,in l>K'ti,. .i\ and absolutely J.I shoe adtrtised t
I a lii'Itt iti army a sooner as !
possible. horses and ('titI IL'. Myve was to, divide afe. ilade ia all sizca for t'V othtr tiertc
I four gills, aged from 1 11 to 15 tr.iin to 1:11 thri'tiuh it, if any rlTmtwhalextr Procure new turnip seed and have the immense' tract into \Vi-Iour i-i NtanJanl Authority t'-t Lirgi* or small (jam*. trnwt.

i .. weiem.ule crop convenient <; >*'t I'rintinjj lltnc-. rf'i'l s '0 tl I,. I'. siirrnie BSALLARDVallrry.
to fi its (1(1tfl54. % -
years canvass the town for votes at r i the ground tine The, m\\s may be wide: | pastures establishing stations or ninetiesevery : I ]> 4oui rt. It is r... ..iiii(.> inlti i.y > lat Hunting *nJ Turgct : H (4 on

10 cents t-ach. the ono receiving the _v( ILr ) -tk.v'u( /. | apart, so as to allow for woiking with six miles. The feiif in g alone; cost sup'tn' i of *.clio iN in 37 tit '., and l.y nv'l'l n ,ii riij fur illuAlurlia ( ,tutoue ( ns

in thf} Ci't.ge l! Presidents. -ac 20 t, 1 F1ro.trwaC.e,, iIenIoa iuap 4 m>.!,.at.& *
most votes to I the cultivator. The ground should be the neighborhood" :*:: i .
be i
awarded the quilt, as "io.oui). The t aiv >th-T '"r, s.I B..T, alwi-artheW.I..DOL'tJL4Sft5! SH. I L ore

,1' The young ladies did their The (IronHi I of American ('it fine as an n.h\ heap. Drop the seed i in land: I found to bo best :ad ipted to rice, !I- N 4 111 rarv in iteelf. ant i-iintain" tt.! t.t' If voordea'Tiloesn-! keen them. 'en electioneering W. L. *>
poit.tl to DOUGLAS. M
small 'cjusteis, about six inches apart i in suirar, corn and cotton. All our cultivat and ihf oi.eri v ..| all other ti.ik. \\ nih n PISO'SQURE FOR r.CU1ES Brockton. jt th

Ic. ,. quietly but energetically. The The following t.tb.ebows the enormous the rows, as the insects will often destroy ing, ditching, etc., i is done bv ,1.1 tt *> BiM. we viuht ((50 orr.fort.iWv tr< list WHERE All ELSE FAILS. fl.war f. :icl.isn.
ioxxth of the three cities steampower. : th- w"rM n'i l tind n. lafl Ji .i'in Best Con; : Ta5t ein Use
; prineipal (: great
I canvass v as to last > es.ot KI41Trouble
., thirty days, and of the lflitt d St.iU's young tui nips, if too thick, when up We take a tract, say a half .1 I G.&C. MERRIAM4CO.. ub'rspnnj.l.Mi tin.*". -iM hv drutifzhn S1OOOlrnlal *. T

each girl carried a sealed box in which) ; *hey can be thinned out. Too much tine mile wide for instance, and plate an engine One C O N SJ\ M PT lON V... Debli et t tau
t the luir \< K' j..t. Iliitn <'!,ntiy i i wcll-roote'd be Used on each side. Thet-n Agent Merchant only) anted In every tOWn f Jr > or Physical Wekuep, that Bot
votes and money were deposited IN ; . . 'ils.liV' lss.si'0 4-, manure cannot ontumips. ines aie port.v 'crr ltItIer'tairoenre. 5O Cts. HerbMidCiS

1g 4 The result WRS that the 1-| |. . !I.S '.'..Iil..! 44I Do not put turnips on ground I'l'1. aud operate a cable att.ichetl to four 1 PATENTS Procured at LESS 15 >. Mill %t.. Chu4aIpha.I'm. bold by fci 1 1IN p eeg

I canvass became is:% I. . .. ;r.lo.;. 4:2.'i: ,, occupied by corn the previous year. plow *, and under this anuugianpnt we tt '--I than ohta -i.ibl-) 1 Cia.

: .: a lively one in \vhich older heads IV1"Is,11 . . ii : .;( -1 To full are able to plow thirty W whenK I ai dav
i secure blooming res ilyIth
a with
: 1 ; . . among rose(** : ma.l--.ltr.-- \ M t: I I. I. \ > 4 .\ T1U.: I'.u- FRAZER
4'' took a hand. The ladies .G.&k' : : ij after iu the I only the labor of three \ our ""Tan-lli 1'iiiM-h' -. s111 .\ I Ire>. I "7 ltr uilii N. [
thought if I blooming spriuir, the men. Our hari c-K-ursar.-! >t ill.tar | \ 4 i
INVI . . ..',:>i ; ,k;,t vq/hNl riT'.tiOO: !, i btrcugi : and the., r.e rr tnt .. ntrh
; they could raise $3. on the quilt they i new canes should not l be cutbae k, but be' i rowinir, planting :and( other cultivation I H W to M-. rth* 4.;... lr i.iund, i.tu; s Eye Salvwr .T THK WORLD G REAtt.ettet.e1iiIfl.
.
It should I b- add".l tint the inhabit is done in like f > i". .1111 .- '-.It it i'' -ii' a Inn lij Jr.ti.- (e ot
\
i L. would bo well repaid for allowed to remain and be bent d"\vn' to m i-mer.: In fact: there is tit lansill's Ir. h" ,r. .-Uartare uiul<>ulit> tll : ". &4dEyeyyi'b
4 their trouble. ants. 'f I liio; iklxn. .Jersey (,'itx. llobokcn not a single drtft-h'Tse ltti r th in _r. u nprcnt th-riM -- "orIsc mabo
p They wt re mach or toward the ground fastening them securely L- : : on the entire I' I>\\v. Mt.I< i eal. Oh! > to SS a day. Sample. worth |!.5f>. FREE I habit ( need. Tr,.,nrment ent onIII
surprised when tho .in.l ther t'nx'is within radius of plue. We have of S 5 l.tui'i not liTtler| th h..rs tfrtVrtl OPIUM >I\\K KI-.VFDY
i ten ,
Vd.lr. t-i.
with
.
icgs. In this position a course, horse* for K. \V T\N, HJ A < O., < lucnuo.Sji Ur.wstrrsaf.nr k.-iri |II..Ij.-r| | | Lafavette
u iilIv.
: MI
% count was had to the miles! .tie ineludcd in the above! the herders of
see totals for cattleof
following great many shoots will start out with which we now -i.) FINK lUiw-4I Catt-! Great EnglIsh Gouti IscDYSPEPSIA.

amounts turned out of the little boxes:: Nex\ \ >.ik. while the territoiy betxxeenllxde more or le-s bloom. In tho follow' Lave li', ''iMhoid.) The N.nithtrn Pacific 3Xr-ultr\.l i'.gu fi.r ,.il.-. < .irit..ztai.| hM1i.. >Min hIug.- TELC R. AP-H Y I.rnrn.I pay be-a>iuari adg" cam. n. B lair sPills. Rheumatic Remei ea.bu

Miss (Jrace McDougall $il.42 I I'.irk anil I llxanston: is'imluded asl spring cut :away: as much of the picxiousyear's ; Kailroid runs for thiity\ xnjhi'I; > VI.IMII,.* frt-- N p H..V.T ,v i ... f..itMil. r .n.Vaen'tn.- SroJ! ia.iivIi U ta. Oval l>u\.tl ; round. I .| t'Ill. '
Miss
,
.. ; l u'.t-I.'f. l h't.iuo. \\ liilidurinu the hist growth as. I te thought best.: our farm.Ve have ste.tnthI.t I noM'K.i'1'\1IIU' I I I .HoM'irvL I O'lle 1 .(e U-i.-la-id i. _ ro ,-idt
)
Edith Lippiucott may I : > ,
54'J f-0 Miss lull ) Visvt .N F..r -atti.zt
Jlart ; Jennie, rent u! y the populition: of 1 1'hiladelph 1 1I Very strong growing kinds can If allowed 1--I operating on the waters: of our own estJite. aUUn-, \V I'Jj' lti I r Mill.-i II| li' ,: vij...[ ? Mr. fBy I ancials

,. t fltUs; Mm Mabel Putter, 74. I :a Jus nit iei-id I iie.irly livt-f;'itt. an.itlut more wood than the weiker one' upon whii, h thenare :;o) i miles return nmil. Full Description THREE SICK HEADACHE, LLr e r

w' :. % 5;. total, $17.-.5i. The] three unsue- ,: ut X'xvtitk: ti :iloid. I hiiMi y nuy Sometimes it htpperr. that gcMnimns- : navigabNwatTs.: : \Ve hive an ii e-houst., FREE Muudj'. New lullor >}.lriu uf UrrMluitl. I CONSTIPATION.
.
.
said without MOODY & CO. Ciacmnau. O
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(
I ; luxe _
cessful *'zl.ggtrttjtfl! to litritlx I
competitors were eaoh present ; : f re-iii late spfmg cuttings, planted in richmoist a luuik.ashuip-yarulaitit :i tkemill."_ O>ir A 1t.m.vf"r.tt Diseaesofth. Uvr.MI
.r- ed with a' l come into I fxistenee, its growl it b I'- soil 'i'uitiy II'iiut 1> \l.\lK' Mu.i,,,.., t'ollmf, I'hllj Ta Slttui iGrab Orchard Wait Ie Stoiaeb and Bowel. A puiti' r edifte
*autiful grow all to leaf Lti(1k1l b ti.'ti fnnn l'I| I pr,. .
gold ring with a iii'. fr m 41 in l "ito T > ." 7'Jt''iii;' 1 *> >Ii.! ir > vtioUr tiU.. 'i 0. itt.- cute f ir .j Kj ia. Sick Il ada,b4 ,
diamond lew rler>. To do better thau'this m Contiption. L>o e.oneiutwo te poonr>- rrt
setting. ( they There is no suffering to a sensitive Morphine Habit Cured In 1O 1 lUnumtrahrhi'd"" st| ,? ,? ,,j pca.] at 10 sail :S.- N(> B'nulne lilt* sold i* bi. '
na
should become potbound and ehow tlirft .ke that which, OPIUM I > SO da>*. No pn\ till cured. ORCHARD WATER CO.. Peon, SIMON flNP: Masagep. Iu'.vUie. K ti1*'
comes front
.Jj doubt. I lir.J. Stephen*. Lebanon, Ohio, -


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