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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 8, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
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bet' STARKE, BRADFORD CO. FLA. OCTOBER 8. 1887. NO. .:.:-' a
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(r.y .-r in the United States in 1872, nearly 3-, A JEWEL. I courteous letter that all-the, funds had iiigt;

240: millions have Lore placed a jewd been those other fellows to make a' THE -.
been in SINGING
used, the exact A my (lTowi, invested in improvements for the confession that wilt clear of all'' TEMPERANCE \ NEWS.SJtAlMARY SANDS

)-'IOQ.j. "Alue of them being$33,393,220. He called stone it a brilliant.a the day. I yi'"Mthich' ) wou1 eventually yield threefohl blame." TOl I -, Wide stretching lee gleaming sands

j'll Friendship, and it shone i the originally put into it. So "No think I I The Dru.ikarel's No with demands
> ------ For me alway. iI I the Squire was Harry no: of the papers, Wife's Secret. !, Eastern and Middle State sea passionate ;

Ort The success of irrigation chuckling his thoroughly contented, the Ilsgrct and the old man shook his "Il tell you a Secret," said a broken-hearted C. the hot known horti"ul-. Bat at their breast, 't
the over :1 lo"EY.
on far Love burnished it ability and judgment. at i idea of tohis home. I wm. I soothes 1r
Western ,though I knew returning turist ist in the (-ountry-,died a t J t rest *
plains and in the foot-hills tends I thought its splendor all its not I however Other tungs engrossed his attention, The pedestrians looked wonderingly I "It'S the shim: of my children the load of few days sinl't Mass. in hU Their feTe with cool-laving hands;

l, to make the man with the hoc encroachmore But now the stone dull and ow as the weeks pissed by he I after the carriage from which came pealsof I.rhrl: sevemrtyeighth at'cambf'dgt. written muchupon These the desert t
i dim, almost forgot his investment. resolution : My husband, so kind, so gentle and ood. fruits a MTe
k laughter the
and For love has flown. 1 A a merry nephew held his Takes
those confidently)lands that persistently upon -Edith I I for the introduction of some sides and gave vent to his mirth. j man more should.of strong drink than a prudent I NEARLY. hal the i>eopt Lockport. Penn., desert sands whose heart afire ,

'" are said to be fit only Danforth system was before the Board of Educa-I "The papers?" he when the floodof are down dirnthana, and many. Throbs'to the sun's intense desire,

.. for stock grazing. hon, of which the Squire was a member, I i'' merriment had eriel checked I "He's harl-workin man as any you find, J death \ ocurrethTwochildren I I Nor suffers rain
A Mining and in order to "why I And when ho dosen't drink he's and : were foTally burned in a
maintain i
Speculation i his reputation j uncle dear not worth patent To quell the pain
t tII ,* : T!-- for i's noticing in the kink; i i stable near Lancaster, leuwhkh they
conservatism
A he felt bound to oppose papers, except in a little; paragraph, and I' lie gives me his wages and stays home to had set on fire by playing matlha Tat girds them round in burning tire,

I! remarkable balloon ascension has -, =I 1 it. So he set to work to prepare ascath- there will be no room for I I And makes u all happy, contented and blest rt i A PROLONGED battle between Irish awl These are the desert sands.. V '
been made at I ingcondemnation of the resolution where- name. Italian laborers -.
Paris feeling of relief Ha/eltoii. rrsulteel
by the aeronauts, JY FLA YET..SCOTT XES.- by he I A { Sins Iar-I 'But drink I'm to ': lnl. But lo! a breath and hark! a sound
Captain Paul Jovis !! : hopel to sqircleh? it at the meeting. : vey. He felt that he was And huoLnd-i he sorry say' in the death of one mankind injuries, in tno t I .
and
"' M. Mallet, in the The clatter of lIre came and the hi home anders away, i Cases of a fatal c'haractet to thirteen others Lake brooks that gurgle underground -
'clebratcd ttM farmyard, mingled lay Squire, full of i :poured forth his joy in tears. His nephew I I Come m late when the I
h at- ( with It night
airship Horla. the his amiy'i E. S. \VnrKEI.Emt jte.Cif Or .
New
The Haven springs,
,
aeronauts drowsy humming of the bees, speech, arrived alittle late. As he was touched by this display of feeling, i abed, mi- I murmuring

,UpJI Parted from the La Villette Gas Works, fell pleasantly on the air as Squire entered the hall, he. noticed that two anl so assured the poor old squire that I And fills the whole. house with terror and porters failed. Their of bar liabilities iron. st a,'el e,about zinc,$etc.lei'H, ),nave eMi").l > Or l crooning thing .a-

Paris, at 7:15: ..A. M., and after rising to tho theen,1f Harvey sat on his" front piaz/a, toward strange in men stood near the! entrance, and, would be riirht that he was rewardedwith dread. j Tin tirst occurrence of the he>hday kne n I Tat seem a- al around,
a hot summer afternoon he heard one of them whisper kiss "I never l before> of sorrow have I 1 These are the singing sanck.
altitude of 6,000 metres, or ) read: 'aSIIg ; hearty which nearly causeda my spoken, a"Labor Day' wase-elel rated in New York .
.. nearly 23,000 ing the newspaper. Now itud again a to : "There goes the old! hv po- renewal cf laughter. And would not speak now, but my heart is City.. Brooklyn! and Newark, N. J., The sands whom
feet singing sea nor sun
subsequently descended in Belgium. particularly obnoxious fly. would lntl.''' It j is not very pleasant thing to As the late director of the Silver Cres- I nigh broken; I hv lll"rlg; paradt of workingmen. In i iNew <
alight :
S Tlfisis hear 1\1 come to my pastor, but not to complain .1 York more than W.IKHI men I Nor rain can stir, work change upon,
an extraordinary altitude to rcac-. spot in the centre of his head, some one designated as a hypocrite, cent :Mining Company entered his house, only some counsel and comfort to gain.' | were in and the procession was reviewed The faint winds move
lul.
:111.1 compare not very unfavorably causing the Squire to raise his hand and especially when )'J believe that the he of the ill-fated two thousand by Georjre and other leader of tl>e To start and .

ifi, with the highest levels it down suddenly, often harder tt'rl ic-fersto yourself But, paying no dollars for the first time, and he inwurdlv, Poor woman! her secret i sadly well kow. I Labor party. A few a-KK ,ationscarrjinjjral i' prove ..
i ever reached by than with attention to the Alas! on the street ifc is hissed the The melody that can lie won
George
ttp1. necessary a subdued exclama Squire hurriedly muttered: "Dan it." publicly i flags a they parsed j .
aeronauts. that As plainly 'tis t'n.in. | gandstand From out their serried sands.
I"* ton sounded like "B'gosh." But pa"sl.t to the platform, where Ten days later his nephew wrote him As the debauch pallid face | .
m and
W* this after I COLI.FCTOR MAGOVE c-f the New York I
Got -- frequent aggressive movement one ) the meeting he proposedto Caving that the matter had been arrangedas drnkrd's disgrace. I So'tis, methinks with souls that b

,ill.N A speaker before the Association forth would imagine that he was slc-epiii" It tlel\'er his address. I he said it would be, and after reading Tithe old story told, for ever retold, I ers Cutol, hill House m Ec, orl're laUI work that six in Bridge-port wel" v\ea\r, II '. Far from that deep all.surging sea
As
Kelk Advancement of Science a criticism was nearly time for supper and the Siuire begs leave to make a few : the good news, Silas Harvey, in his easy How virally the new a terribly old, I i C'eiin, be sent hack und -r the law prohibiting That seeks to hole
gave had of Drink when he the
American picked up the piper merely to have remarks, he began, and then waited in I chair on the piazza, slept the sleep of the levi enters the importation of contract. labor And shape and
honlPut \
upon l\'in lie said: something to hold during the few minutes order that tll words might have the desired just, while a fly exercised undisturbed out its candle and shrouds all in gloom. DniiNR a hurricane a lipnvy; wa\erfasliel I .1 its own necessity mol ,
"To the thut: those who that effect. He had i itsel of th AVilliaiu Tem t .
elkS, rule most need elapsed .before the welcome meal. learned the phrase upon the Squire's pate until Captain l-'arrikenlterg, .shO'nt'l -
These the desert souls
1 \ to economize buy the cheapest fOOl, tho lie was notvrca.ling, for his thoughts from : cvvspaper: report of a meeting, I! i the supper bell The Silver Crescent Oh inothu-s! and 'sisters and sweethearts, .iaiise H.au Jones.1 one, seaman from Nev' York Ixjiiml broke for 1 I are ;'

dietary practices of the people of the were busy with the farm, and he was and was proud of it, so he stopped arid i Mining rng. old] Harvey's first Take m the with your pitying I Iejes Fint layti.Mate lhlltzOs lei o\erholsnt The Hhooiu-r Te desert souls who pulsing lie

!rail United States evince marked wondering at what price Farmer Gri. (r,, gravely eyed his 1 listeners. and last specultion.-The Ej>och. ; drink-clrs I turned about and returne f Co New Ye rk. heaven-glow, eterne and high;

Wd exceptions, who was ,n somewhat straitened c ircuni- "The Chair would say-" he went I By the might of your love, j'our ter and Who hv e unheard

IJIC'ClOd, in that mary, even among those who desire stances, would sel his "It is on, when a tap on his shoulder interrup I Vehicles in Mexico. your faith, South and "Pf Till they are stirred

to economize very convenielt COlor lot ted him, and, turning he saw one of the I Besides Oh'! save our elear homes [from the [LIght ol t By that broad breath. Humanity.
usa needlessly ex pen.sh'c the my property, mU'l't1 the livery stables, which are th::s death. THE Richmond Paper l\'lpalJ. of Pi evidence -

kinds of food. They too often en Squue,. 'and I ought to be able to men' he had noticed at the door. (confined to the largest cities where families -.fuel Swai;, D. D, in Advacate. H L, ha susi peJ'ItL' Liabilities, These are the singing souls. t
make a good .May I speak a few words with ? ] Temperance 1 ,C "). Julie M _i
of
toe. dcavorto their diet attractive IJrgaii .with my imnecumtms l you great wealth reside, there are inc''ry ; Lippnrcznns. ; ': ":
rtm male bj -alone," he added, mvsteiiously. Woni: i Mexican town writes Fannie B. -;IERln' JIfl.VENOVof>nawas, killed -. "
I ing high in the market rather The what it all(about the in a tiht with outlaw- ."'ive deputies with .
pav sun sank was
prices alittle lower in tlrug Squire I Ward hacks No
the
of the
Bottle.
west, many carrigl's, coupes, In"pilatiol bun were and a number of the outlaws PITH : ; :
than by. skillful nnd throwing its beams I'll stranger into a corner. "Ictona" woumle '
.. cooking tasteful} of the through the branches "Silas ,haroul'he' ., whih are really "In a conversation with Head," said 'Mr. k il'l. AND.IN'I1. i

V* serving at home. trees, and one little ray as golden Harvey, I believe. Dircdor of ,owned and run by the (government, and Grafton: tuthe wrier, ''1 once ventured tc FOREST tires in Mkliiga have done iu'- e
his. the
dot as thoughts, twinkled before the so-called Silver Crescent .Mining Co. ?" hose pi ice is fixed by law. To secure say: 'Keid; vou take nothing but l pot men- damage tostanelmg timber. A stable government shoTikl be one!

-- Squire's eves. With iai,11 the man. The Squire nodded. j 1 them do of black tea into :jour when you invokeiI I is .: t
sound
----- ---- a midway between you not send to a stable-for nobody rom TIE lawyers Chicago employed by tht ruled by horse sense.-LoireliCourier. ,/
the
- The Ameer of Cabul is a real ''Arabianlights' : chuckle and an exclamation of "I am a detective from New York. ] seems to know where they are kept muse, for''Sheridan's HideI' Tc impusoned I Anarchists aid Uxxllers liim: i i | j.
my surprise m a most placid '
"
disgust Silas Here is warrant for that Illinois conspirae. statute i isillegdand
a arrest. Will
'
- kind .f Harvey elevated his paper your -but look for them in the streets. In m:inner, he sail 1: 'I took nothing else but thC }' A man's funny hone Ve enables
(
a ruicr. The editor, ot to.shut out the you with me and take the' i are trying to get thci. clients ou I of jail, Ion } presume -
sunbeam, and as he did so cOle quietly, |the (apital alone there arc 250 of these j that. I.t me confess to you a fait: lean this I'a. ; him to in his -Yon- .
laugh
London Truth s that the Ameer wa' his eyes fell upon the nine o'clock train to the city? It will public I do nothin'' with the unless I am clear P sleeve
following adver j conveyances, ranking officially as j I headi-d. 1'know pen ROLLINS, aged .-"\fltfl. stabbed /ifrs (;::ette.
afllkted tisement save trouble. remarked the "individual lu 'that ln.xh
recently with a boil while on : i those of the first third and fourth l'ontnuet. potnrr.withr I
aged nineteen ttColuunrbus j
: seconl i its faults, of alli Franklatt. "On Canada's quiet I stand,
l I inspiration
hurriedly. bank
country excursion. On returning to SILVER CRESCENT hxxG CorI'Axy.Of ,classes. Their "das" is distinguished 1 the botti I would like, however, to havE ., on Sunday afternoon. Th., I And cost an anxiou' -
Cabul the the Hih'er Crescnt Minev tha The room swam before the Squire. ]by smal! tin signs in the form or a flag I .corrected some of those faults. but Bayard murder oe-curreel at a Si n-Uy-sihonl., ami To that unhappy bank (beyond\e ,

principal court physician was: banks of the Smith i Hivvr, situatd, on I Detective-arrest? What did it mean? up in front-those of the first-class Taylor :uh'isel meriot to allow the least was the result of a quarrel -'rtwe-ii tln>j-ening! Where all my ledgers le."

summoned, and he applu'd: an ointment, to stock the hold paing, : to :;\er eent. annually to Whispering a few words to a colleague, ]painted green, the second blue, third red ; change or emendation, but to let it stand a men other's brought mustache.about by" ea h- cuttinrg ut the :T.r-Ri.

'. -ich doubt and in :an agitated voice the ritte-n. The isdom of this advice insuredits It is who claim
; was no intended to be )highly The begging :and fourth white. Their legalized tariffis strange A woman
:
chance of I acceptance, and if I mistake S
, a lifetime not, it now -
,
efficacious in its results more Only a few :audience to excuse him on the plea of j respectively $2.00 to have mind of her own, takes every
ultimate but at shan-s left $I.iO, seventy-five stands word for word as the muse gave it, Washington. I
j Write urgent business, Silas Harvey, like one Mining Co. except
I Il1' first i considerably' aggravated the 36, wYS.rotarys- B- in a trl'al, followed the man out of the i fore (o'clock A. M.,and after 10 o'clock "Mr. Head also said this to me: 'Thev may CAPTAIN. X. dismissed Gray, Twtt the -ffh for Infantry j it.-St. l lltlkrl. -. .*
has
'I
Ameer's and talk what chowe Burns been ; i
anguish, having passed a loom. they about Byron, > army
'II m," muttered the j jHe r. M., on Sundays and all feast days, and others drunkenness. L Visitor"Do t they have calisthenics at
Squire, as he reread knew anl 1o : riling so linely under the m-
.
.slceple night. he ordered the instant the advertisement. Then the scarcely anything until Irefonrird when price is doubled; and aq fuene of drink, but I don t believe a word, TiE total coinage eTeci'eeel at the hunts H, thjs school, Tommy Tommy-*4Xo, .

execution of his medical adviser, who I] per bell broke in his meditations.sup himself on the train speeding to of cvery-day occurrence .one'jttliarc :cf the tongue does wag, the brain w ill during August was !I V>-.OiX,( pie'e. of tin,, : ma'am, but they have measles; I.

ILJ. He laid down the upon New' York, with the detective at his side safely calculate upon what to, Mostof lag when imn.li drink has Iwen indulged in, value of $.!.5oJO,;) ,: (). Of this amount SdO.WM ; comin' down with 'cm now."-Tul-Bits. .
:accordingly wi: forthwith bchcrdcd in paper and entered the and pay. j for then I *) standard s.her .
the other man seated opposite. ( them old have diso\'elNI I am jn.t aboutl were half eagles, $2,970,0
house.After. arc dilapidated The who does not
- the of the rattle-traps, ;dumb as a Princess Bay: ?1C! ,000 dimes, and *78.HH:: minor min advertise
courtyard "Look : oyster.
palace. a heiebegan the ] -CiJcin- tlotar. I
: loquacious i iollicer in imminent !
much .
\ of 1)ipaysas
going to pieces on $ / good
nati total
Supper, 4AOWever, the Suire in 11eri : Cummeuial Gazte.I'rohiliion gold coinagewas; iOI1 JaUI SnS
I
) ,
that he
As
a very pleaded caught his man so 1 these pavements like the the total silver $;.JltV, \(XX>. the man who dons his Sunday pants
agreeable frame
of
mine]
picket! : two of the other To climb barlied-wire f nce.Danrille.
the easily got of i deacon's one-horse chaise and rule of the Yellowstone a
as a I in Gcor ia. Acting Superintendent .
"It is fact up paper once nwrc and with TiE
a not generally known remarked a penCil ale and I Bruzf.
ld. made you flows enough, they've i there is little difference in them National Park says'in his aanual report -
exceptin .
a sortie akulations with w hie h he breast of the whole affair I Whatever may have l been the results of that the The man who can piss the warning .
I1de. railway ot.ial to a reporter of male : ; i the color of the flag. With ciisto-' Prohibition m other just published durng year
was apparently satism-d: for he Statestho, experiment in notice without the
no.Me-d
otr te
travel has fallen a great.nreaorre paint,
ad better l'OIid
,. the Chicago Jonrixif, "that Illinois canlOast his head so you. speak) right out to the i mary: pride, Americans usually insist upon I J ma'!'e in Georgia apj,eirto have fully justified recent I tng
: due to with his
- inantrprovinng lUn r. Again Judge. 'rellim! all 11 givin'you a i t the iuost expensive-foolishly however the exji.-1mrtinrs! of its friends. Ihe planof milt'JI mater finger to see i dry,
of a novelty in the shape of a rail and again he icacl the legislation rather than to any su Jcient
1 lolubition vll-power give
tisement sldutte1(1 friendly} 'tip' 10W. ithe third ]for tie is immediately hauled down : tlicie ndolt'-Ix'al l option1.y interest |>eople in "t.r&' vvoindertarel of \1
roed which Ins: no in th" his brul. u y ,. smash this fag counties, to lie of tvv 9 Ltl drinking.
dupliate figues .company gone to week, and i iit'lrgV as soon as the vehicle is engaged and no- tet'l the: woi : i'ark confUiDs a herd of luobulfalo. (
m United States." "vniit's .that?" asked Before he retired that night, a check for ) .pn'ly bad with jou. I guess.:' ]body can what for it. I i jears-, half has now IK en been oj e>ratioii for a yea while elk, ,antelojfj and shet-p ari-.. Her appetite i is dellatf. .
two thousand dollars had been made guess you pay al.t a hvin. adopted by IIS out o found in large *. An, Juiaiyonal She cannot .
'.listener.. "A nj jJj' c tock is held to the of : out "What-what companv is this'gaspedthe Besides the coachman, each carriage 'LIT; (.untils the general testimony of company of iufanrV numb.a, in .' .. 'istmceaier in tnpnui3 '. -. _
BHl '*- 5SP Secretary thc'Siver Crescent Squire, a faint idea of the business ;furnishes footman without additional I I the publu- to clearly in favor of it that it is required. estimates ptNnr.tht.Park When her beau has gone away. '

:nplstA: by the original incorporatorsi'-i' :. "Mining Company. beginning to dawn upon him. (charge, though 1 the proper thing is to will piobalily l be ie-cnacte at the CTpirationof ing year amount to $145,00-,. lioslon Courier

event ing of the kind," replied the first speaker. Sini. larvcy was undoubtedly the leading '.."\Vhat company.: laughed the cletec- give the unhar ained-for appendage a I I I men t in trial Iwh I'M a m.city The as Atlanta testimony, that 1Jsin&s business TiE Ninth International %I lical Congresshas "We have no milkmaid in these pro

lU spiritoT'it'CiiiitfC'ok.' It. ., tot: .1 tiv'c. "No old been in session at the National CapitaL saic times writer. We don't
.. .funny games now, man. The footman called a mozo, I has greatly thriven under the action of this says a
"The is .railroad whose sidetracks
: novelty a very progressive place in ( Klas winced the 1 law.. effectually About ,(tM"' doctors, among: them maryof know where milk, brother,
at ( significant.
ac I."I Harvey perceptibly anti acts 3 a sort of apprentice or pri- 1t ertamly I isJ' the most eminent medical in America, you get your
- arc nine or ten times greater in rather the age, but the townspeople "last: wen and glanced at a of the assertion so that jni-n, but ours isffnadc. and don't forget
t I bcund } paragraph vate secretary to the cochero, or driver.On el and Asia were prewM t. The Congress you
ISe, length than the main lne." "Where is preferred to follow the slow but pointed out.in a paper that was haneled: entering :vehicle, the passenger who ]'rohi.itiol is the a lights rich man's and the law eomfortsof, discriminating Europ by I'resident C'f:velandin afchort I'it.-Burllnyton Free Pres -

- such a road?" "The Peoria and Pckin I BUrl guidance of the good man, :f-vhe was to him. does not wish to be swindled should re- :tshilling. for! the lienelit of the vpeee-h. An address of welcome was dehvered j To the novel colors invented for

5''Se. Union. It runs from Peoria to .Pckin, decidedly coi ervativc i in nianvi"nutters: :' "Two directors o the last swindle, tire ejucst of the driver his boleto, or ticket, I :This testimony means nothing more prosperous.nor less leading by Secretary physicians Hayanl frer'i afMljbacknov''aPilby e, V' qnogn's clothes of "crushed strawberry"

- : I rather than the aggressive spirits who Silver Crescent Alining Company, were upon which is printed the number of the ; ,|than that the poor have hall more monejto Germany, Italy and Rt / Mi>red cream," has been added
distance of fourteen miles, .. That is the proposed patent and re- and another is ptnd-have eared more, that Ls-and have "
gas sewerage caught to-tlay, one regarded carriage :1.1 its lawful tariff. Then the ; it gramme of the The latter

y Main line. Being bel road! caring for Fortyliveears before, the Squire by the.I' lee as safe. The othc'rs mozo rushes oil to the nearest clock spent'tnliiited upon to their commeMlities comfort ; commodities which have suchas con- by the Cong 1ler. :i-

..the cars of the several roads: runninginto had come to the village poor and unknownbutL managed: to get of the way and have- brings you a card upon which the aU11 ; the rtc h consider the Ul'e-J1 of life. A reception and excursion and banqnety'Nil I 1 Hi., is so fond ot

.' Peoria and transferring the cars : C go-a.headiti\nt. "," which !he had left for parts unknown." i written. At this point you wi do wel :state of active bu"iues. i not a an t L fly in at the window of

:E. *l now outgrown, mad won him a The Squire sat as one ized. He con- to your own watch an state: m which, whilo the rich grow richer, TiE Pedet S and run to and fro ont
, from road to another it consul calulate the 1 joor grow poorer ; it is a state in Ppeaktr .
11plcl one has many place in the esteem of the farmer for fltt te-el with sindie his '
a n:ime heading: accordingly, to avoid the dispute which the standard of newlI bill to be' no delighted with

, t\a miles of side tracks-over 100, I believe. I whom he worked and final)' he minied a I list of frauds! The old man s.ivv his otherwise is sure to occur if you insist per:ty is raised general, and the comfort pr0 of CtL _? evokes.. During one of

ire aD rtl" This accounts for the peculant) of u the fanner's daughter. On the death of error too late. lie invvarelly cursed his upon jour rights at the journey's end. tin- lower strata of society more than propor- GEOROE,1 J &s* performances the lady of .

, aren-1 tl road miles of side tracks his father-in-law, whose many acres were greed, his vanity. He fet that he was a The mow also jumps oil and opens the tionalljenliameil.. There may possilily boAH rln an adjoining room, said to -
un having more element Inch de1411ves
06 injustice in an act contest with the 1
added to his smal j plot of ground, Silas elNgraceel man. He saw daily papers door for you, makes any inquiries you the poor man of the "comfoi\ "' of his 'J. : 'William' don't you think

\r-ssal- than it has in its main line. .. Harvey the prospeious! pciiod h tiding him up to scorn his name in may desire and takes in your card Wfll rogg'rv, under the plea that the remaining 1Ii \ ;::4kg' wonderful progress in

, ...ondlMlho of his life, from which} point he eon llaring headlines: that toM of his deceit, you are calling; when the ra Lite.in the community are benehtcel by "p ,C irnusielessOua2" And the proud
r t.m.. tinued advance until he held the ; ane 1 the better law and onli-r the elect{ 'eased taxation ADVICES from
wpe. the to position allll he wished that he could throw himself ended he again produces the card upon j L 4hirIistened intently a minute or so, ,
to Mr. H. Dodge -
I According .J of first in the But no from the elow. Above all he resulting fiom the .I'cn'as: in pauper- the Cadia .
CoDtl man county. car w which the hour was writtcn.and you pay j and But if the ._ then said he did "notice a vast impjqyement -
-crime
'olbr! statistician of the Agricultural Department one remembered those dajs now, mil the fe-lt most deeply the probable loss of his from the time starting. Afterall thee; i"I man is himS'lf\hil.wi t'I"ll' : if his off'er1Jrl"e'Amerla in her playing."-Norriatmentfald. .

mpi tb'WI at Washington,, the value of the \ Squire was not apt to refer.to them, cxcelt position) in Northbrook. Had he lived precautions, should any differences of IIIHJ'prosperity is so dirt'.ty I.tueftec mav linel in her int lmit pr : .t .

' to moral to the and labored all his life to die felon? the his own home the comfort for _ _
.l dairy product of the country this year i is I point a rising genera a opinion arise between yourself and improved A -

->D"N.., ,1'Englsh | *O The number of much cows tion. AsJustieeof Peace he presided The elete-ctivc looked curiously at his cochero, they maybe settled at the ofliee w hu h he formerly sought the goggery; if the of garia, with M. Stambnloff asA Country People of Russia. __
000,000. for his loss of form
$4 one
I over the welfare of the village I and I iw pi isoner, who seemed almost unconscious, of public carriages located in the muuic compensation ter. 7l "
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WLS is pleasure is 1 to lie, not remote and indefinite cause1 i As farther into Russia the
1 now in use for dairy purposes 21,000- judge viewed with I sterner cjethe and the train milled t I e>n, bearing the ipal palae: of the town. The cocheros, en-11'on u anil mcalrulalile aelvdti- HEAVY gale has many shippingcasualties you get on

fEiil Oli.)< Calculating that each of the!gives shiftlessness of an 1hlIIVI(1U8.1 1 I.. ; and woe te> Njuirc neaier arid nearer to his fate. heedless of the fact that you may be getting 'I tuge to his posterity, or a far distant and im- alone the 'at 1Snx long boots of the country people show

' 1tIU '350: gallons of milk per year, there i is the unhappy mental who came before 11mI 1 low he re:iheel( the police station Silas more ride than jour money's worth prolialilo miinun.ty: from pauperism or rime 'AIir'riafl-lrave sealing vessels been-four seized English so far and"by two th. that you have come into the land of muel
and bad roads. All the line
'hLOOWI'SPffl charged I with theft. On the I Harvey knew not. He remembered but anel i bumps without numbers, drive pell1 I- I for himself, hurt is lather, as the experiment authorities unlawful sealing along you
\arrrne\ United States
of : gallon \ evident for
annual milk yield 7,30,000,000 m Georgia seems: to show, an pros- see that monotonous beauty of the northern
other hand he was lenient to the 1 very unfortunate dimly entering a carriage and giving his i 1 over the worse pavements in the ln-nty sjjeeehly following the enforced in Alaskan waters.
mel upon '
)UThcY ", of which about 4,000,000,000 gallons and many a weak, erring manor name, age, and occupation to tIre sergeant 10t reckless manner; and more than.I withdrawal of a luxury foimerly 101eyed to AViiiLE a big gun was Ix-ing cast ia thVickers < landscape-the wild, thick grown

ES, is consumed. ;.miking butter and woman re.i'edthe kindest attention at the elesk, and then he found Iumel once, in my experience, have coach and be a necessity, the ease is quite Nolalieinng foundry at hpf1I. EnzlniKl, an forest, in which pines and birch strive

; ;in cheese making. at his blessing fate that I threwthem 1 within the four walls of a ( horses parted leaving me sitting M:in. other than a (nfrmCl drunkard explosion o'cur by .l fvo men were for the mastery; the sluggish river now

0"1 II'.( i>. r. e.stimaLcu. into hanls: path: of Sung wh'>lc to him like cel forlornly in company the street in the condi- ., is iN'jond conviction logic of killed ( many l'Jlret of whom broadening into :i sedgy mere, and deep,
produced is Iar'y sl'ell.t 1 fa< ts; ali it is evident that the poor men of three IIOA'e inc die LRKV. soft meadows railed
nt was in about' ; A nephew ot I his, a partner 1 n a flom ghtmare, : when he confronted the tie>n of the girl whom the poet left behind (( in the majority there as elsew-hei e. marshy roughly ;

to be (' ,0,000,000( pounds, ishing banking house( had spent a fewweeks .1 tinge the next morning he had: grown him. l'rfia.S''n the cogency of this kind of rea"on-I with "plit timber. ,

Thel.ut sTeriul. and of cheese (;jOOOOO, pounds. The of the summeracation! at North- gi aver and more hairgard, and walked in?, since thy propose to'revenact the prohibition J. F. DICKIF, cE Detroit, who But, above all, the landscape conveys
. actUtirg the hearel of old old The Thousand Island1 law when the period of its expiration to a stranger from the west of Europe a
butter is almost consumed at brook and from him Squire : i like i an nnn. recently returned home from Europe,
cntireij The Thousand Islands in the St. Law-: -.1 I'a!have cOle rtuunrlt-Vrnink L"Rll's. sense of as of a country where -
,
fl the doings of the steuk-marke The- "Bail i is fixed at $ .:iO in this case, space
..t.. eW home, but the cheese- shipments last year man tlowingactllunts: of tire rcmnirked: the .JUl e when he hearel: rene Hiver are mostly owned and oceu- is reported by tho Free Z'ress ai say- every tree is not numbered ; where thereis

resident mt,} m to the English market amounted to over young fortunes made"a\in the "tr'l't" Hit of the charge. "Do you know any hal one in pieel by wealthy men who use thel as I Temperance- News" "and Xotes. iug that "the biggest mo-n in 1nglant: much land trail few men; where it is

iittackot Pre5 !:fOO' ,000 pounds.' On the other h:01: the many who lose tlllr all this nephew the citv :" summer resorts. George; ) )I.trala is! an is Buffalo Bill. I i ii simply astonishing cheaper anel easier to make a fresh road ,

rei'iflfl large quantities of fancy did not tell. "'hlwu111 hd? There I isno ".Mv: nephew" the 'uirl gasped, :as alI ther millionaires are to witness the crowds to over a new bit of land than to repair the
vvc import go
ft flUddL'y notably need to spoil -a pleasant littlestoiv t I t the lii=,t thought c:line to him that ire number. The late Dr. .J skjdrinkers4iey whic ruts of the oM trac k. Hut when the sun
foreign cheese. Intl.is country. owned are mi'jn see liU show. Every railway coach is down behind a hill throvvjng a
feituresthitmight ; receive author 01, ,
, bv introducing uiipleasuit: : l pt haps might some help from alI poet, goes
in Connecticut, of late: v years have lel as well'remain': in the hackgrll'1 that eiiarter.| lamec "'llonnrieemrstle." )[ p i Traveller, I jammed and the interest does not seem bright light on the foliage of the wood

CONVImrnt made some excellent imitations of The young man: till not tlrlm.of 1 planting "\\ ell, "-Ol may write tc hima., : poetic names are pri, 1 of whisky to abate. The American Exhibition opposite-foliage not of a dusky blue

Roquefort, Edam and Cheddar cheese. i in the'heart of his Itrf."tJ listener the rely. "Call the next case." rocks like advertisements 1 f would have a flat failure Lad it green, but with the dark pines relieved

the desire for speculation and though The'innlcent prisoner scratched off a ,\'orlc that te owners drink-traf-- proven by the lightest, freshest green, the green

the Squire did, not offer! to il"t any fl'w lures which he gave loan oflicer, antiI ogni/ed. In the early ager; le the Anglo not bee for Jiuflalo mI's 'WildVest' of the biu-hes-anol the light twinkles

The New York T,//*<>< s-iys there arc money in tI'lt't" Ill fonncel his own. I then he wl'aril\truelgeel back: to the (ell accumulated waters from tlie: show It has been witnessed by all tho on the silver birch stems and the surface

addition- the- list of profitable: opinions on thesubject." When I I. 1 Moms 1' see"me el to dr.ig: slowly\1 by until ( of lakes: tore through this spi Surk nates the re- nobility and by all the kings and of the quiet river turns to gold, then one
City ateis
t two new toIl nephew had returned to tire city SilaHarvey I 1 he-are I a pleasant greeting, and looking outlet to the sea, they wall- who }have visited London sinco sees the Hussian sunset as portrayed bjfTurgcnell
which promise queens its loveliness.
I products. of the farm anxiously clnllthl' papcifor: thiough the iron bars he saw his nephew the dirt and loose amy with a glamour over .
includ-
farmers who it ha been running. Even: a special At that moment the sightrecalled -
employment for many an "opportunity""A m'J to mike. ineling there. Then th1 heavy door ing but solid rock behind ate the pronitetl -
are h'ui self amid thin soil exhibition was Queen Victoria the landscape seen so often in stage .
Live the requisite facilities. These monev. must vva'teh his inteie-ts swung open his laughing relative was gradually depo'which given t Russian are
tlM-"si5d 1 bee'kone-el to him. came and trees, herself. The to have painting and the peasants '
notions and tastes im.orted and not I leave it to any erne( : grass ; King people seem gone .
dressed
hue to forc.rn and Germany the Squire, and, in theimpli l wily e.f I hi* "('onnit' on, uncle, yfurre' out on bail." inlands were made. Near t. iield in Mau crazy over both him and his exhib.tion. opera chorus peasants around, the waist m bright and :

chiefly from France he icsolve-d to el 1 I little- "1'11'11.:ition ciie-il the voung man, and the Squire the] river the rocks are larn. red skirts buckled
heart
('iticns 111 and One thing r particular noticed at the han in" loo-e over the trowser", which
divide the water ,and form h- -
long the numerous adopted his own aee.uit.; lithad i, f'11 e :imeslovvlv forth.lhllh only a few 5.tnla.'chusetts
t wih on! ; _ _ _ _ exhibition collection of thrust into long boots. Overtire
who hail front theKuropcau) : the"advertisement 1 i -oppeirtunitv) I bad 1 hours in c'mtil'mtnt. I for many miles. The rockie: are unicr m tai erI are always skin .
eild, that half his life had est of the river between Kingston IHUilUlLlUU LI>.'iU. mied Mountain bears skirt they wuir a sheep coming
LlIl igineel part
mi Rocky
S.iiiic man cheep, ,
o ( nnd the m trlohtti
| of the Kansas State wean .
. -horcs.I One i is lire grcnouVlc come The assessments Board I I down th.-i anKles. The women -
bMw ninE I Montreal[ lies within the tirt to
LASSZ 0 it as a ('I h.icerticlc braced it -lunee the dllck. 1 been sj) emit within til n.irnvv Iunt'on. fifty of Equalization show an increase.in property lions, etc., which an English sporting dresses who red
,.ii4 ,v the French, ( 'h't'l : A few days 1 latrr he 1'lC'l'IH"I an :I. and with adccps'gh he took arm miles from Kingston. About forty miles valuation in that State the year ot *. 343r4. ,- pink or hand.
pt club has slain in America and necklaces a gaudy
skill. : kindly b'ad
rod'.wuird for the exercise of, ('uliiury of thee I 1 iick for two thousand I eilTi red to him."Ha down from Kingston the two channelscome ; :. colors), the !
know head and iege,
1, hotelsandcstaurants Icelgnient hi hi'!" commenced the together and form stream. Ga., shows increas loaned to the management for exhibi kerchief over the ,
[t is now served up at the liist (1 lellars from New. York and the letter : young one Fulton County, au of I not bare tied round with .
Iiroubl New York i with the nattering inform fellow when they haelenteredthecarriage- taxable property luring the put year ofc1,4f.a2" tion. Another new thing is the sale when they are ;
in the large cities closed ; That the bt. ,Junes' Gazette.
Notable In Georgia. way prohibition bands.--
of for them "ita ha! People i
that waiting ,
the directors was excuse
of
meeting
o.P.S markets as tion that at a -rums' I of American pop-corn, nothing of the
the !
th5tI. I '.pcciallv, and appears in Mining (, .. Silas I I Haivcy.Ksq mv laughing but it is so rich, ha, Dooly County can boast of the tallest IJuine.Profe ?
. IIerbt'uht Pf ammal the C Ilpan : r Bunge, a distinguished German sort, I understand, having ever been Banana Liquor. -
The | .
, I egular"I article of .".tlc'. ,'hvl been elee!te-el I to rill a \1\ in haThe man as well as the smallest woman in Professor of the Lniersity of Basic, character 1 .

asilvbred and reared, and feeds itself the 'board 1, and 1 it was hoped tint: Mr. Squire blinked sorrowfully at his Georgia. Sam Cason stands in his i/es hoer as the mot misehievious among known before in England. I is' Ijuite The InJl'in Aiirienfturist calls attentioc
T Tor
banafla
AXREA I I. .1'n gi I\. : tinprivil0ize nche'w| } which sent the young nun otlau.iin. jag feet seven feet and two indies stock-\; \I alcoholic I beverages, localise no other is so the craze now. A toboggan slide was to the fact that India abpunds in
I .
thrives most abundantly: 1111: I 1 r. 101 I"I' seductive. This of Proftssor I nt.iin anti wonders that tbe.fti1t ,.
: !hispleased : "Who would have imagined such there i is room enough above for e\ral opinion Bunge also exhibition and a great pi .
:and 1 isiwd i of using 1:1) ( ought to > the of a barrel of on proved in -the rt1h .
stop
called c-scargot, spigot many been employed -
he other is I I :a tiring, my olil respletl'IIlnde a elirectoi more inches. Cason is so slim that he has never -
1 the I ('lth'InlnOW: me'I"ll' curiosity to the native Englishman. Tbecommon
and but i< eaten I fraueluleut : How did shadow but he beer.The i tion of a fermented liquor _
i concern hardly casts can
a
making stews soups I accepted lu.itiol. I 111 a get thif
1.tIl i for
Id Evcr3' or and I he jovfuily I Church of England Committee on Intemperance been utilized
has
This animal 1'i'. to join ? over ground about as fast as a locomotive. .setter, prickly pear
f nt e : Iso boiled 4n 1"h'd. to hU dat t'I a.atliltlorH' WIOIAs .\'tn happen i on motion of Archdeacon Far- THE famous English "bone in -Malaga and with considerable .. -'
. LatMt* no feed- in the dark, for nudeno i "You. Ham, you. murmured I\S Mrs. A. II Hall has a daughter, rar, in com ocation. was recently instructed"to recently, had no purpose distillers and it .
hat Ilter died the ;
GH( Iso easiy rear\ !Jii1 rellres} II : mention" of them. When ]he SUN iris nal\ urn'le, so sadly'that the graceless Harry Anni: who .was born in 1S72, consequently take into special consideration the de- Mr. Hutton, who "wmniked] the hospitals" advantage that to missionaries mains, :- ,
hc.r when :t pasture with "You morahzat: and destruction of various native He neither now appears
does of ,- of ihSilver : threatened 1 an she is fifteen years old and only
t learning.
wa.
ii that
Re"1I. I r "- list discovered i
matc tided in common in print hei: Ig'I! 11..tt' I abo and I thought inches in Sire is Tact in the British Empire, and its learned the names of Con"o region have
I for it., Known Crci' t I 1111"I t'. he fet: that to'd: me/all/ it !stocks thirty height. a perfect dtpendeneies by the introduction and sale of nor ever made of bananas is a preventive
Lance frog and tIll s.i.icwhet, } I, ; thing w as as gonel' as another in that 1 model of a woman, is sprightly, inteihiI the human skeleton.I beverage
drink. ,
the : in
I the ffc a. 1. perhaps I he 1 had 1 lost \ nytminpluip Ill I intoxicating all the crevices of malarial fevers. A banana liquor com-
U smtlf these muit I } with the oltiI..- line-." gent amid pr t\ She goes about her Ex-Governor. Cejlmitt, of Georgia, says: "I I had all the bones of the human recently len started m'Mlia ; s
I Ueras, the I f.luccuJatt.d f'lt.\would; hive-h LI an opportunitv .' look here. Uncle Si, at last rt'- household duties like a little lady, but look int my -ors' fa<- -, my only 5011. and Isay I he had him he pany has banana eiieran -
where he : before liejupr-in
Idlmals have imvcr until now been on-- I IiJered vorld his to irir.it.radvnntaue. 111:11 the ceii.vulsed listener, 1 amiltiviiig being so small, she is not required to do myself: 'What is to be.the d.-stiny of body thrown down for producing non-ale! oholic ftrfm and
doubt to display!I I tai'lt' the boy that ln-arsmy name I would rather to arrange alcoholic or r t
1 value, .but no : theQ to the railway: station. (5obae (d I as of airy I For sHMMII: : 01 ol HI \01 mllh--.umte follow him to the grave with a broken hear which can be used with equal advantage
LIer.cli. f.r
1 trained men
A UII,It' will furnish 9eeiLl: hustt C. Mining f : ( 0 o. elid not piv,: lie evnectod 1 ; 'k t:NortliDmok as though nothing! this night than to feel that a life 01 sol.\rietv, them in order. Yet as an ordinary-liquor oiCdiluted with hot -
k II.ad 1..'C''afer I the mel : and my lawyer will! set It is hard to estimate the exact \aID: virtue and usefulness was t !je elestrovtd with dis'ocations to %
'r. done' marry: years:' I dividend at the end of '|" .irI hJjt'II'c <. b .eut patients him1 or cold soda wates -
te5P" have '
50 they 1 all of what does one's self. cause of the temptation of the ..
U Hold I* k'11" re, as to mm by Why, you're right. one da-shop. Pb
I.vIIIe. I -;, thousand farmers I I ter, but it was explained I I1atu.
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I1L IaT 1 1f The :Soutii I is he r-s tnt ti] e Plj !mouth. 1'a; Hospital ( om I x CUUNTV i MiUMiiiSH'XE;::; rorirr_ cotiniif* '
: : I ; to-day tin* 1-irgest and best t tin-
: '4- nntleebeenUed I 1 to test nnd prove tlt.ItPOJLl > n H7XTY, STATE OF FLORIDA.IIriI starjin.IFatnp'.-
field in America! for sf-'li"-! article to FEMALE INSTIIiTE 0iav'E
fancy different
; poultry. effectiveness of many; ;i1 IIEJL: ;t Ii. ii- ; V
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': : E!zs! from hens \\hieh h-ivc been sick be Used as disiisfcctanls in sick-rooms and D .ne
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q p .. .X PUBLISHED 'LE'I\&T- of infections fevers, report STAIIK :: ISKAI; > FOKI> ('<>., 1 K nOAKDOFC'OUXTY{ (03M1SIONET1l t7.
:$T should never be .set, ;a t 1 Hie l produce) ( of as preventatives of sail'' eovnty being In regulars ion, uinI
:. VRKE. -BTUDFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA such seldom! thai D-jrhv' rfophylac-Mc: Fluid has been Fi A. spf. I ineetiup was lirld I for tin- purpose f.f [I..S I via.-.
4._ ) I live.Tuiu i thoronulilv letted during tile recent Typhoid alj viulii-i said county Into (.'onntjuiiiiiigion-

I. U..WEBB.: the brood) to shift for themselves in It proved : *- ,,9 District 4%ttci- i Re .
Muse fpn"cinic: I his place September 1SS?. ..
Editor* and Proprietor. Will "pen :M.ni'I.iy 1're-writ. Loni 'tt"itk-ov-k' ( fliainua ; M. I:. .t tensley Jerk I iRiit ,'-. .
a s boon as well iKlg'-d. unless: 1110 most Hliaiuous 1 in *.layiiiir the spreau otll. a and coiitimn ten Miol.isijc: : mot) ih,<*. H- (f. 'tV. NcKinney. i. V. Sruiiii. anti i, Auditor '

t fivr.f. of four months, : S. AndrewsIt t'onnly omhhtis-iv'nrrs. lor IJoartlI ( lzilIliPrM.
Tun.
weather is via laal into .v Fall
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ubserIptionirric.itrpidii rainy .
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: : gV i is hereby ordered that in p rsuar.ee rf An i '-u
W.SO if not paul in ndvanoo j<2.II.( J'.Vch Buying t-riei'iiinss i instead' I of! wheat If. ATMsn.N: J'A..O-M-) O. >r. LANCK.Tnos. I of tuition, if''DO I, it.I'O.: and .l.lli iI.r'iaat )lt3 311th. 1157. (i..ij.t.r il. I No. 4ta.: Court, in and for Bradford
eubscriher will te notiDeil Avlien his under (he supposition that 1 s.-nenings i a're 4.(lO1iaI nitiiiIa.) ; at thur nit1 of wi 'if Fia.ri'Ia, that tlit ( .'iirity (it tra'lIordb. of lo-ildn, do hercl-y tm'V-

($ Mil>Heri| Uon L isoiu Uy a 1auie t-i os.s after | cheap: is :a mist-iki: Tiierc is juitc adif_ N itIu.: JAMI-S-LI.K: : JK.SHERIFFS each tilt.it; hi. .Music7.l ?:.."iO per month.Si (ii ti(iII j.1tI tie itts dei.uatel) Iive.iiiliuis.i.'hieriit, nuinbert-ni iti.1 b)ittI t.aihitiCt1 ieI wlii.1014 h fo regoing 13 .1 correct eopv certify of the

[1 Ilia name, and ii' hot orhroI otlierui ) fe renee in the price but so I far a* real ;() dedue'tion, niiide: for lillY pilf'H from folluxvs: sion of said conntv in'o"I'lcci Ii]

i; SALE.and of enter'mu' lo end of teim except for DISTRICT Ni '. t. tri'is, eivinfr diM-Vi-.tion
the paper will be promptly bloped IK-D ( value is concerned tli-j whole he-it ismuch t time : COMMISSIONERS otnrairhg the and mmn '
the subscription expiies. pr otrartrI sicklies or l tty special agree- er Election district No. 4 aunt partff; J saimie* hat IiaI e11 IV- the floard ,r M *

,p i cheaper thoiigh( t tin'( pi Iice. as compared IllT'fl.1'l rn t. two and three. 'I I1eirlnn'rit I roiiMty (roimnisMoncrs of s-iid: <.ft m*
Short articles of l> virtue of execution issued ; at the North East corn! r of :Seo-i; otion L tilt ';Hh day af SeIutetribr .1. v'Wjt
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public interest tvill with s(-tea uuing' lILlY bo apparently: v Having employed a most competent D., i
Bradford in Township 4 of HnrjreU' njid ninnins Oivrri
for county 21 ; *
b of fie flit-nit Omit, under
.- 4 be receiVed with pleasure and published, hi gher. There is 'quite; an ''amount( of oti Stateof Floi ida. dated tlie Sixth day: Of SeMeiu corps of teacher, I the Principal; i-s prepared thence West :aloii the South boundary of linker: ( ii1 oh ollin p at mv hand anil. *>

but in writiuK, write plainly and make bvr .\ 1). l.: in u c.ui-e therein pending between to offer every li nhanlajrc I I I lo I those de- county to nltAtvretk, tin-nee dm I n said, 11:13. f tianke th
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waste in screenings, while somo of the the Klnrida Land and! liiiini ratum fmi- Siily. H tlioiou/h I and practical education crt ek to Its point of Junction with ibe Snnta IIUMT *-. ( *pt I-: ; .

your story as short au possible. People grains are damaged. Screenings aTe However paL as plaintiff and Sutfl..fl.1.. Temple us fleferuUnt ring tlicnce up said Santa Fe Kivrr and uptli! <-' I. l.'- \fIK
,
do 1 ha-eleued upon and will sell at public at u low cost.Instruction. *SVw Kiver to tl.e East bonndarv; lint: uhf Section I
,c. .. not care to read Jong winded articles. excellent for young clucks until they h.il.* l.tt.iielheCourt House door at Stiujke, in thorough. Tiogress "tiaranteed. :SJin TownsMp I! of Rani. I'.I. tlfneeNoth| __ _ _ ---- -('lenicliaTIcE .
the Count of Bradford and State of Florida, An entrance and regular attendance alonjc the *>eclion lines to the jK.int ot J-eKinninff ------
ft are old enough t.> cat whe-it All \\ho1e! during tin1 legal hours of sale on the rtrst Monday early I turtherinfonnalion in the South boundary of Daker ti.uniy.COMMISSIONI.KS : I.:

Starke, Fla.. 0<;.tzStir-1887. grains ar* cheaper luau siftings and the the 7th day of X.-veiiilwr A. 1). 1'7. Tne lo : especially de.sired. For WSTKICT IM >. 2. A ii
.lonlnu descri'iod unds. in said county of Bradford address. IN ClKC'Urr COURT h Jin>rCTAr.
.i *- j '- Miss Nina Vari Zaudt. very best grai.i to be hail is iuttoo good and state of KIoi ida: Lot* 1.I.. 5. B. and e# A. H.I'iiiteipt embrncins parts of Election: al kt this '%Vf) and OF FLOUim. BRADFORD CIPtl?

We don't X-p.ct anyone lo take offense for laying hens. of sw ''i Sec 1. n.wi* of uVs w.of!, nw-H *l of A.CLARK .? tta iet-. at the N'iitiia't cornerf Section CHANCERY. COUXTY' i.
w ti and w t ol M-L4 See SI.- Lots 1, 2. .1. I. ne1! of 1'eginnins
at the X on his it is there .o'nly The approaching doom of the con- ) ; 24 in Town-hip 4 of Kanire- *.'!. nr.d running AAKOX L. SCOTT
paper; as fast There is a variety nf gourd called: the n.v', sS, ol n\\ 'i il.-s.s- io l acres soldV I> Alvarez) line ot 1 V
and se1\ of s\v Sre 1:1.: ei of sel s* V of he Ant C. '87-tf thence l xvcs alon-r the South liimrn.arv iJ.nkerionnU y hilt Tor
the lea and de med Anarchists lends additional Divorce.
gt X-JHMISIW. "tioublesomemetlioJ. Chicago "Xest-egg Gourd" ihe fruit .)f which is ai.iI !..* of .-'vi. Sec 17, u,"1 I.3"i ,,f.ce1 f and -w % I i I to the Noilheast eorm-r nf Section' ElLEN S.-tvrr. \

a l of noUfyjng the subs r1heFtIis public interest to the'proxy bride. Miss similar in size color nnd shape to a heu's S. c I'-i. i* N-c'- t. lots l. i :j. w- Si ol 1 AEOVE
lines New Kixer thenVe DKFF.NUANT
.'. of >* i* > of swt Sec .'.'>. l'1! of lie V ORANGE COLLEGE( ( aloiif. the Section to up J notified STAT' '
.14 his lime. i&'our."JYillow .. Nina Van'Zundt, of one of their number, egg. For a few cents j on can buy a packet S.'g 01 nn Vj >x\ j til he4 n/5 nf sw.4! and >e of wild Ne\v Kixer to tl.e lU'e ilividi K-UHJ; Si lias filed hi* bill of complaint that
__ I\\i J7 LIiN 1. -.', ::1, 4. wS ol ne.j, I IV ruj 'if and VS. tlienee North a-lnn-r said Ifcitijre line Ca. Minst tleriatht'iirt
-- -: M r. August Spies.Miss Nina Van Zandt S. ee. t.a as a non-resident, ant unleS
.. of s-'fiH and they <'o.>t little trouble to sc" ir' uw S: nS, of.e :i and ii'? of iwt STAKKK; : FLORIDA. the l jx.iiit a.1' I beginning' i on* tl.S4 iii ii lioundary: j jnf I r.lend, answer or demur that .h '

4 fever has disappeared Trojfc Key is said to present herself daily as often as raise. They neither freeze nor break, ., .uil, nw.4! 4f lie1 ,. Pr' o' lit's neli of nwi - linker: county. V [I M nnat.iy of a )etowrA. !>.. :l.4 thereto C the hv ilj.-the t***

;, ... "JXVest: ; : "'la previous epidemics it Usually three oc more times at the cell of August su nf i.'.% > ofnw i. ejj of sw1'* of iiW'. Sec 31ot CtOIMl.SSIONLI-SDISTKKTNO' ( 3. therein wihhhaetakenase.nh..o.et hv her "?
and it. full '
is to keep a supply on sel wefl ti
easy )ei e 01 iiW'g ii., 0. raiige1d4 OPENS SEPTEMBER 5th. 1837 embracing election district one and pat it of six.IVuiiimi'K the t-nise proceed ex-parti tofin.il decree '
a. disappeared in August.IlilUborougb. Spies requesting to see him when admittance html. n ::1t )i !lV ii ,ifs.t. I.ut4 1. 2. 3, 4 and lit th- Southeast -..rh2ni ef Sectum f'iven under mr hand g'e
_.*. ( of and continues i ten months with.! vacation: : ann i n*
'S ii ,j nt St-c 5 ull iii 'Tjtvuisl,11. l.iISiiuith 12 in Townsl.ip 0 of Kan e 2ao. runnim; coiirt this 3t>-t. day ofnznn '
' : -- has been rttused. This young woman The natural food of the turkey is grass 1 Litg4 21 t.i..t, iii., ,f SlV 1. s if lot. 1. C'hrisimn Week. tlienee Noilh iilmi-r th'4Iiii'IIVIti' tarises! *i i j b.

I. lint 1 2. lot 3. and si-1, nf sr-j St-c II w> oliivi TYonm-- aeher of andtlo; il'Sontii, of ]IL.aka-r county, ISFL) H F
.. wet in their is subjecting herself to much com TKAl'HKKS-G ti ::: boundary YOflK. (.
county goes and insects hence an alfalfa -la-lure cannot See 7. of '. ofnw'swi "erk.
.- e-4 ne"i S >* 4 of ned tl aeiia-n- \\V-t iili'ii;* the ei.untv line to the line I 1i.:ui .tWhT.LS.
'. election by a laige niaj.at its'. This is only m eat. She i the daughter of people who be excelled fur a run. An occasion-il : 1. 2.? S. 1 C anil e4'of ss H i See SI, Township l'"J.J I )pntun. A. K.. tcM-ln-r of said hn1* to the New UUer. thui'oxxn! said t
% four wet counties out ol all that haveS formerly lived in Pittsburg. Fa., and who diet of llnely shreded melt is ln. liiy lei S i\ South of Kaii 'f -1:i Hnst.: also. Lot-, *i. :i 4. 5 the i-'lii-ssics. Hiirher 1 Mathei.iatics, etc. New Kiver to themint i-i xvhu-h) it i'it rseitstheKaii .
The iisliel iuid 7. See: 1, nu ij if IH--J. st-U of n n' '4 1(11(1 line ..1(t an-l t -1 thence iouiftff
voted.Ilev.. well known there. youuglady e dividing Kan-res .
are I. IVarcej of Instrumental .
i and nuttitious. ii' '4 "I '-- : ,.f n\ 4 sV ii n\v Mi-s P. : teacher: line H, thf South \Vextoriier .
i.iiig .iul la i
it > life
1 is reputed to be quite handsonie and attractive 1 .1 1. i .ii'i.. 11. % '. 1.. ., ,.. . .. .' ul,.' i nnd vocal miMR ;and (i'ihistIienies.: of S.-eti'ii 7in To ns.ip i;> of I Caio* 21. nnd [r all and Singular the Electors: cf tl.

DV.. Gi-.s! ,>n. IVjv. L. W. Klckl.ifer. awl has visitJd 1'Utbburg frequent- sv.A. 'i .:..,.' :,i; ,. ..... ... I. 'I. i--I: i.I I.I 'Sex"i GOOD;I ( I I I5 P >AFM I>-Can lv h-id I :tt t i$1:{ per 'i lhene l >- Kustiil: jn,; tii- ;t-.-Lji.fl lines tu the point r County of Bradford, Sti of > i

"For years I h-ive MiiT< red Irom !lus ofnppelitu i I vii'sh.iV week weekly, wiishir.-jand: iron in; 0( |Ii.-gii.iiiii;. Florida-:
ami Loui.s Z'.ui I have l>.eri appointed j jinendKTS I l is '. .. -' --- '. :' --7. -. payah ; is than
ly in recent yeal s. It more twea- luit I l.nlcil! II I itfi ; -iiiJi '. Sex"r | lf)1I311.sSIONEi..siiL-TKIt'r'.N' > 4. .i.inilirai XO\V YE. THAT IN I'CRSUAXCE
of the Board of Iifslruc ) 4iid indi-resiioii, ; lo t. > n : .1 i ;r.: i i --f : extra. 4
public -five since William H. Clarke i.i! ,.. i and! of an order made in
ty years was S. J : ; -Ji'i 1.1 nv.- .I) 4 x-i-n.i.i !K rEr/MONTH. iiijr election distriet nuiiilw six iMrtof I open session bv
tion for Clay county. find relief until 1 ''c-ran: t.iUii-: ; .\ \ crsSiirsaparilhi. sv ) *.i e 17'I'nwi .''i;. s.-v > sn(|, ,,fll : TUITION j | fixi. V 'hel'oardof l I :u County; '
a prominent lawyer of the AlleglMuy: and i : .: i <-'iv' ill I ' Ili.g'I i I II the Si l.st't of Seetifn'M Commissioiw* ,,f -
Tliii m..ili -ine t.iihtly |-V'I ;. n. ( rriiitiryrl: ."M). Intermciliuto $2.; Hi-rlicr! I j.s j. 1! ; jriiiiin at nail eornei said 1 '
. : ia iii nlv. on t the oih; tisif
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a
LJeaver Co. bars. His home in iJeaver :. .- Vt V r ii 'i ..V4 : i i in Toxxiihliip 11 nat 1tl.g22 LtTiI rui>ni'Ktlietiii- Septemlirr
1t.itefltCICVC1tfld has 'formulated Hprogramme was cured me. My tipjicliiilc i( and digestion I, .1 ." _. .,: : ,. I : I -. i _. 4 t :{, ( Vl.cjjiate l ; :4. In.strumental Mu-ie :<:>, \..rtjn almiilhe linil.idiii '*iotr-s *.-; and 'Sito I' S1. That there! will he an Electfon lpI|,

and in the early part ot his career, his OiW- i, f..I -- -. i, '& I usiiiistniment| .50 cents. All tuit'mi.payali1. tl.e S..ii' itt-att lorni i.f Stelimi I'* in Townshiplijil' in s-iid count) v on the 14th
f his We-'ern' and Southern of
( : now Tred I fi Cower, 4l(5Scvevth )( .,. ,. day OctoI'tr. -
aie PCrf't.- -
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ta. ,
IIW v ( H.t1 .
$ ; ii ii v. \ ''l ii : .' monthly.!) Initiation few rfl.jv' kins'--tB. tlii-iif-i* 'V.'esw aioi.j. stati.'fl h
ia that Later next to dotermint
., tour; he leaves on the ilOth Inst. going as practice was mostly county. t-t.. Ninth l o.loi. Ma i! : il'w-j S .- | i. ', '4 -i u.- .. .- tu'tr.i **ss-idto / / i.ifm irfirn in itilriiitct $ *.O'I1 1 lies to fire Sniillit'ht ( ..l flIT nf :-i "U'li 7 il> ; whether or not.
ouheeuteied into practice in I'illstiekland L ( rjrl.uv .v I I'- iin *" L i.v < S eI''. All < Jft 'n Ti'tMi-J'-i|> 'i I.Hi-'e2l, tiu-ll--e Nnltlt i *:l.iiithe J Jluieiiifhim'4 Spirituous. Vinous, or 31 ill Liquors shalle
far west as Omaha'and ns far gouth as Siieli IKIK-LUX, -. T....It..i] ?'- Vdll-H'Mln: s-ill-" I lo s.-lio'i- 'ici-Diintv pupils. lai!(.'(* VO amiI t.u \-ur lliver. !/ sniI! in -.aid county as provided for i 1a \

41toItgornery.turnLIIg on october 22. won a high position lie hid two lie and i, ..Ii5Jivisi.tI4 i.f-laini-; i r'- in'ii-u--1 I in llieMH IVi.u.ry I ; : {t f'7. Intermediate I f9.oO, Higher[ thriue .si.iitliVr.tiily cli-njc MiillVi :v li\.-r (L'haf ter 3700 UMTS of Florid- .
witliin -
"I havo taken just year '
ol whom fell in love with .il >i- j nf Sci- It,. fit- '... ..i Inew 'i ofi'r4s' : ( .. l.i. tn Ulu-i e s.ml liiv -r i-rosM than- *n.- iliii'lin
h -
daughteis one L huveral h bodies of Ayci's >;irs a iiarill.t.and | I in n.- ', j.ri 1 _'. ..i ..(" .< ( -.' : ::1!. vI.j ii ; St-etmiis I I'l ami I "">. in 'lii nslul> :> -Hjtl: e 'J1*. Given under my hand
and married James Van Zandt.: The latter find it *idn.iraHy: nilptrnh;: | to I lit< ii V ::- : ii.I I Ii i ( it I 1-a.: I ii'ii Fire -rh.! ii pi 1 h- g i ins October Inland isI them..lii.l.rf tiie Mt tmll i lines to tJ.f S.n.uiulja.i V and seal: of office, st -

The Chicago a.iat/hists are bound to need.sofan iinpovei in'l! svvein. I .nil >' -sl i.f i..nliid) i In* -s\ I, 01 i.e t .onl ln.eti.iiial I alisolulclInf I In county pupils. ( 4 in 'a-n m Si-flii'ii Tii\\nslujil ILou'etli.in I [Si-Ai.] taike.: this the 7lh
at that lime was a book keeper in theold t ( .t| nw 4 IMM Ijiot nt' K.niroad ol Si-c ''H i'i-i-1 o.i'oi' to.lun >i>utli ali 'ii i,.- I Ia huge !line ili> jiiini K.I -1 1 s .M aii The confirmed i l $ particulars apply j
sw ing, Supreme Court convinced I th.it this |irej rat Pill a.i: L ; : : inor : : it "
Koclitbler works which have .i'II in rii\e'- !| (:. h o I K iiiici---Ka-l) :\\t-reimt 21 1 lo tlieSijiitliWe-t onn>*r nt Tirt fillip I. ill Ila.n i Scptfinber A. I).
the decision of .the kower Court in every car long; blood purifier, is nnei-u ded. Jiild .in.! ili-eds |i-inil| I mi record I ti"r lntct.ilicrilh ". 1. YUN( ., 21. 1t.-iaa-.- i-tslali-n tlie > iMIli IMHIII- I lbS7.;

si nee ceased lo exist. After the nuriLigc Dame, I'.istor Con( re uum.il church,, l Ih-Ti; |.,>i, mE| .., n '-* df vw4' ot ..L-4 and t.%% '4itsw'j -' _'.*. ".sT-; ti'ii I rlmlpal.F1 (iaraa.i T (. lLujes21 btiil ::1 tt> tl.e ICOMMISSH H. P. YORK.
particular and November 12 has been Andover, Me. < of -!. S. -2.1.! s ', of iej! See 1T7. All I II I __ oi fl t t 0 liegmni iii ng. I .
the young couple went to house keeping I that I liioity of .sxvii of di-senlied I I in deed pV Clerk Circnit Court.NOTICE. .
settled for their execution. >\\4 ,NKiSII.s''ri'IT: : < >. S.
(
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upon I. > > |
Heaver for and then I I- 'iii .Jt -, .* .I.uii. IA S .1. Tniiui.i. Ft 4, 1k.U. HAIL\VAY AND -
-'- in MMUC years, removed A full line fo .. -luaolnih'. :LI 15 II. Jonei. Iit flu I rn-eu ir.li-.I i ii I in ii ik1 .iIgI iL SeCt 10.1 $. : : : I flttrlItiIg t Ie-ti'ir: di-tnet! No. "> and parts of'S -

to Philadelphia. Later they went L t iil iLtia 1114 'Ii sirilneI i'i nIurI fri iii .Ini.. .1.1tetr NAVhiAT.'t'N; t'OMI'ANY. and f. .
;. 4 The yacht Thistle w-is again, beaten in R i i.I if [ui S. .1. r.-ii1u1t'- .tii.. ::41t i-I :tflu I 1.1-innniiitC.at I ih-'So-ithea-t corner i-f ..ct I'hi 1 -
to Chicago, where :Mr, Van Z.indt became Te.rliI iM'I: Mil> t.< riTKi": : .* At'f'L'ST Ki, Iss7; | if '.' aini-l I
.s. q the race on the 1st. The Thistle i is a good r iii II.s.k "1t j.tg& iti-I, S--c 21 I"'" iuJi11Iic l 'litWifi..IilI) y Iut.ge .i IIII.'I.ULC* ll.t-nee | Tin: FOLLOWING NAMED PER
Sinittli if R.ttu. Liit.: 1eruilS Ca.li. Pur. North nh hiV: i-tue Iiie ,Ii hung II.tuig.-- *. a:.al Zi have been
in
the chemist a huge manufacturing; firm- All Trains IZu liy tutu .Meridian: Tune (Central: *. sons appointed rieristrationioilicvrs a
rarer but as; usual AmuTca is T>ne better. chaser to ii.iv tor litli'. to the Si nu! he--ist eoi-i'er i>f Sect ii>'i :> i in Town ', in and for the \ari'itis
l'lie daughter of thi rouple is the Miss IIKNKY Kl'l-Kl'SON. l-STKUX: : VISION.. 'i a; i't- i hr-.e 'Ve..t :tloul. 'I %( n'hi1. eltctiorv

Tins: decides the holdiiiii t of the"cup for at S tilt. IM, 'st i Shi-n-r) I llr.ultoril I t I Cuiibty I Fin Shortest and Juicke.st Koiite > New drleans andthe I h line t" l lie -i.aitii-t eo rner i-f Stat .1 i 51 in,1Toxvnshipl dish icts nf Bradford County. Florida.
; Van Zmdt: who has become so attached to t, Kan)e-i tl> ->n-e Noith .il'1.it!_ Uaiijf' I An I lection havincr l least anotliej-j-car. SoiithMitft Iilreet l'i.niu-cti..ns to 1'oii.est ....
August Spies. Her mother's bister married l lintoilif Soutlieasl_ coiner of Sej.-tmi S4 in I af Chapter 3700 I.AH of, Florida.! .
U. ]D. MINERVATOHMAKER \\ and Xoithuest i .% ; ialuig. .:V)_ t.tiit S-itt ftI-itt iI.I't)4U All persons entitled to register in said --
Julia Arthur ho died some h lines to x> liege New Kner iiau-ru--ms
tMbicot.
Tim SQt1I Florida railrond: now has years: _a" 11 en' s A. 3i. tiu.e. "p"iiitiins 1' JI. tune.np. South Ve.U.rlyalinwum said New Unrr to 'Ite { comity %-> h(? are not already leistered

4 three men in tlie X'.rth and \\'l distributing ago. He was a wealthy manufacturer and R.eaul Iletid inNo. I P III. N. 5. No. I. No. nail S.int.i K. his ali! the S'liiH tntIItP
l left a large fortune in real estate and per- V. er >iv boundaryot K ViZ.
:. 1 five Ions of inip: circulars and(I 12: lit p 7'M ;> Ar.Iar'soiUi.Lv! 7 -l".i :j Oil p lir.td.md eotii'. to il.e jnitf.t t>f l.. ii.iiiiii : relection (tistniet No. I -- E. A. TQdaT.

. other matter.: 1 If the..vist: t social propel ty. which went to his widow lllKlii i ( i; r.u p Ar iialduin: I.v s-7 a1 ''l p 1 loin* in opines.t'it.V IVr election! district No. 2-M. L. Me-
advertising "
s.Via( 1 p Ar l.iuifity. .I.v .i .>7a Klip747.x uis\\-rrK'ov.sj .
As she has clii Idicui. .t Z.mdt 1;
.real estate asrencics and other railroads: no iszui 1 :'Up Ar Live < 'ak.'r I'" 4i! a 7 W I p Uu-ii'tl t'oiint ('nitiitsMiinei'Sliradfofit mi-icy.

t has always l in tt'u regarded as her heires 6 If$ a :i-V: ) [. Aiiadison ..Ar ii -Ni p s Itj p E ; t'cninty. For election district No. 3-Jos. E.
wonldoas well there would lie no lack 5 i :*:, it 3 I 10 p Ar iontiuelli( ,* Ar 1 .VI) p In :r> i p Attest : H r. XI t >IK.C'leikl'irciiit: Tovsnsend.I .

of visitors to Florid.i: this winter. and has visited her Irequently. Mis Van 3 ian 1 I'.i p ArTiiIl.ihasve..Ar' '_' :ipll.V> p ( Court ar-l Kxoftleiit'k -\>r election district No. 1-A. C. Odorn.
1 :.10 a 1- -1 l p Ar Uinney ....r :J (f> p IS'u -rk for the Hoard of County l'niniiii--i iwrs.:
: _L- ZandtTs-very much adinhed because, ; ofhtf 12 in p 11 I il I p Vr lii\er .Jurie. ..r I !)-" p 3 3UaII I ItCh aI.v et rtfy lint thfure 'oie.Is a cor- j For election distriet No. 5-D. W.Kelly. .

h beauty anil accomplishments. Mr. _imp, IO-cOiiAr.Mjrmi.ua.....Ar 3.07 p 4.0."i i aHlHIp ri-ct copy of tin- original oni-inad Iiid matt I V
Fred I lol faflil. of IHttn-iMi, has .mi r N.I3aI.vI>eFiinaL.spr.Ar T.iti p .mia t.- jipjie.irs or hl. and of record i ifc'liie**, I For election district No. 6 J. Chaa.Kich'ird. : -

acres in corn that will yield twenty-five Vau'Zandt father of the young \\ cmanis 3.011 1 ,.I:) It I.V Ilt"Len.iit..i- iin: i i.s) i (iixi-n iind-r iny hand r.nd seal of'' .

\ 12.15 p S.UOaLv( FIHlultt..Il..Ar! II..V.I. I p :* .-, p ollh-e ar Starke the 'litiduy of For election district No. H.Caion.
connected with tlu Moorehcnd PURELY VEGETABLE. 7-Philip .
family
IniMieJs! per acic. Jfearly: every stalk has 1 U0a' Lv Mobile .. .. Ar 7.101 plH.ip i thitber. A. I', ls7.H. .
of this it is said of 8 ) Lv N.-v ()rleais.r 70.17.iXa --- K" \iuIK
fmm three and this city. U-ing a nephew H acts with extraordinary efficacy on th.JIVER --ANI-
two to
cars, upon pine : ) E. I,. OPOM .
7.5U pl.v Mont ouu-rv..Ar 7.1.:> a 7.5s I p C'lerk Circuit Con: t anal Kx uafltt'.n Clerk ,
Jaud without feili hizing. The same land I the late General James K. Moorrhe'ui after lfTVC 2."> p 7.7 a I Lv N .Ar i 0.10 p 7.10 i a twr tao |II.art ol County C .Riiii--ii>iier9. Supervisor l-iegm'iir'.tn.it -

t whom he named. KIDNEYS ) J.i % 4'4..Lia. ,. 12.ITip iL16 a Lv i\aus\nle: Ar l.lOa, 2.-J5 I p
is covered with cow jw-as: which will more ailp r-.Ua Lv LonisMll-*. Ar 2li a.M1J p
: )
'. than pay'the cost of cultivating both Miss Van Zandt has always been prominent : J-.ii AND BOWELS. STA1JKE.: FLkjpci.i \. 815 a ttJ! p Lv riiieiiin.iU Ar (G.i". a 0.JT, I p :. j NOTICETSIItRKDYCIVEN :

I attentionriven I to re >aii-ii 'Vat riin 7.10a 7.1.0 pLvSt I.onis ..Ar 7.4la M.Oip
.,- crous. Previously, a cro'p of early veget. in the allairs of the Piesbytetian AN EFFECTIML SPECIFIC FOR i- t ''lnek and .f. sirv. & < .. Ac.] Alln.ik ig du ent 8.1 Op I ''.40i> Lv 'lik-.iKo . .Ar Ui.'KIa, 7.00 p I In pt'si! : nef oFAn Act of tlit Letrislare : THAT AT THEIU REOJ '.
church iu her relatives i in I t..I S,tii'.I|ile p pru-i-s for cash. Kmjuiiv of 1'ieh- No 1 mid i :-Jdaily. No Hand I lOdaily.ThioiJo'i A |ii|ii'ove-i-'line' 1 the 7th 1 l5-T, ChapMTICK. nl..r meeting held on the 5th in-t., theBoant
able for mnCket was grown on the 'land, Chicago, as are Malaria, Bowel Complaint, iti.,1 1 au i>'<-'<-pi" eats on 1 and ;! to New Oreuns ter :"To; !1. ( No. JI )_laxvs; of Flori'a. Il is C.? Oinity (Vuninissio erof Bradford county,

k which counts up to three crops since Jan Pittsbuig.It Dyspepsia: Sick Headache : orderi'il I tint ;h.> e ,nutty of I'r.l'ord) leiliviikvl I'lorliia Irftlu.Mttiuit, dM. apioiiit and th Clerks'ollowins of eleetion.named rr"MIIIS to

is said that through her relations Constipation flillonnaniesi, K. K. and N. sleeping cars ou 9 and It). to lShoi > i I i iu'o i Seven leat ion distiicts in Vie rvt. .it| the various election precinct

2 .Ltry.-.uu.. Kidney AftV-ctlonn, Jaundice, u JOINER; 1LlililLk tnriiigs.SI each of t uhieji I ihere snail I be :\otinir in lid -oinity, at the electioa to be .

VJ .- with and infatuation for August Spies, Mental Depression, Collo. nuTIiFitNh1)I'ila; )N. |)|juesMlilNhcd.) That sai.l di.striet held! .tn tl.e. Hfh, dayof October next. -

Tom. Scot has a pear tree that proposes her expected inheritance may be diverted 3 -test and |iieki-st route (itini-sxilli*. I shall be bouiiiifil ;and ntiindercJ an lol- "For le-1 ion pnt'inct No. 1 I'avid (.eorge,

Leusliurjj, at.d 0.j all iioint-j i I-i Monili Kloi ida.Kead Ioxv-4. to-xvil: .l.unes Kifh, William Alvarez Inspectors, and I. j
to make a new departure iu the from heiielf into other channels never be STAIJKK I'LA. <;. lint. Clerk. V

; .. ,. fore up. Kt-ad dow n. IIN Ft1.1 NI-> < ir l1.lt'fJ: V" *>i &-l-s..ti..i. ,Jinet Xo. 2-John. Crrt'i
of.Circuit
.4 < r.uiti. Tiiia isNnue 1 even thought) .
v peculiar tree No 4. No S. Nu ;. No i. .t f<-Kie i *v.J. 1J. HowlingInspectoi << -*''

three years old, was propagated from --- HI). 13 a &(Kip \rFern.iudina Lv 10 10) a741a DIs-TltlCTNO.( 1.I.prinninirsiT I V.vrl. ( 'k "-V ,_
No Hodsebold Should be Without It -.'. .." i, Al'Vll.iiiai: ..ArlliTp I -V2
-
the line
of
u cutting, and has concluded that the fall 1 Court. DRUGS ANDCHE SCALS Vli: a i 11 I [i I.v ll.il.iui i ,\r u o p -_ Clay t- laCtui.- Robe1s
; : ) liilla; : ArJaeU-n ._ in tIme Nortbenst>nier a"f4fi. '. ,,,77 t: 1.wnt.-nni. J. C. Pearce. tflPlttOrs.
of the From The Spring, Clay County. and, by being kept ready for Immediate uy li.tllp xillc .v I Ii: n 9 (Ki p a1i4
year when "the leaves begin to will nave many an hour of sutTerlne a&** 5 :>ila i I I. i p Lv i.alduiii: .Ar :i'-t ;pu| Oip tIi'aiee ae.it :ihaitmr, : U" I' ) .r'e. ClerkTor .

It fall," would be a lov :ly time to crown Circuit Court for Clay count}' opened on many a dollar In time and doctors' bull. ; 4. 111.1 IIDIpLv) l lio ev. ..ti ;. !Sji !l.-4p! j oft I be county f-, Tv HiVer.lhen.V-d'imn: i ij 1, VI\\V--ks election. "Ji. i precinct, N ai I !i.i pL\M.iikc Uougrlass. Inspectors and Frank
>
V .Ar I. j
i Itself in iis ruin: if .potk-ss white flowers Tuesday Judge Baker presiding. Beside OIEREISBaJTONE !&.43: p Iii."ia: Lv ( iaint-.ril; >.. .Ar :3 l li.-pll.Jip. |. 7.41 a j -.h* run of.s.i.d: River to I tan-re 1 lint* dli, yiiniitierClert..

r At our local members of the Bar, there SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR iFL.1 o.Jt'p; 7.' (II a I.v Viifir KI-J Ar 6.--' p.Op viditi!*; Itimgrs twenty and twentv-one. V rorlection pcecirct No. 5-E. P. Ward,
any rate, die tree has arrayed itself in M lionet t Ti.onntHinniwin.-l.
2.i2u IL'il; pLv Ilaulhoine..Ar I I'-i i; p I I" a ( ) South :atone said Ii.u.-f.( > .fine to Colson, Inspectors and t
: full bloom, young fruit /ias set, and were in attendance Lion. J. E. Hartndge( See that you get the genuine! with red 2" ; L : 1 I7a 11 OtaLx CilraOraKv LakeAr 2..V. -iO-ia the liiieiUvidin-r To\\nsiips| ti|e -umt1 six C-"fcir'-ln-tio Carroll. Clerk

I 2U.. B. Mason and Gw U. Walker front of Wrapper. P.-t-p'ri-d only by I ----- 10.2-a' Lv SIR ii- :4pu ing------'i.r ;>. o p. thence east alonjr .aid Toxxnshf. I line i totli precinct No S-J. C. Richard, L-
should jack frost .tayjiij rtToin. 4 M 11 4Jp 10.10 Lv eal.i> ------r 35-p 3,13 tima < Hull L. O. U all. Inspectors and W T. DryJaClerk. -..
a < tat -
and State's J.H.ZEILIN & co.soer.rieto.; 100-p) Jitnl.i) L\ Wii.tv4.1.IP Clay county, tbenco iS'ortli .
dge. Esq. Attorney Mcicl Ar I :.. 4. V
: SCittltIl.! ] a '
Philadelphia, Pa. I'KICK. et.OO. -r ; ?ti: : s.at: la I.v I'.l its t1ii..t r 3.1C. biLl( alolitr hilt line t.i'jt1j'ii the co inties ol'i j For elei-tion preciHPt NiV IJernard Mitchell'li -

ripe of Jacksonville. Judge linki ran ------ -V V VV V r 4jI : :i ;n p 2 a I.v iiiiItt-rillt .. Ar .". .".i,; |p i in.iti a a: Clavat-d I'nidlord: to tift} pomtj I >f liesrinniotr. ;' llf-ks. Jacob Kharue, Inspectors and Phil :

;crech iftTi3ua' impressive :' ds p 7 .">.: 1vt.. ('i.&uiri-iii.-.. \r ii--i p 111.5 a with I voting i>l.u-o or pitcin-t at: !i I 4'ason I'K-rk. V I V
IIie..f& charge
.;%: 2.IS p 7.i; u Lx iMVilishiiro Ar 7 I'I| |, Law lev. | ,Ilii-Kh-d! by order of the Board of Count JU'itne
.iJrand Jury over which Col. A. G. 1 10 p ".I'D a Lv I'ade Citv. .. ." 'iIhni.tiflt-rs.
.Ar ; 1: 25 -
file ilie office of p
This U at p
.- S had been paper kept on TOILET AND FANCY:; ARTICLES !Ia 1.; i p .s.i I a Lv I.-n- -Iiui-g Ar 5..II p :.:,a a.Ar UOrM'AItY LINKS DISTRICT M mr ha--d an-l seal of office thug 174'4
.u selected as foreman, S ;!.. ji > -5n Lv T.t.tic.- . .. 3 i.> C.15.Ar J.ty of fc.eptOi.ibtr. A. U, 1N-C. rfn.
7 The manville ; IMTKXT 3IilCINiS!: ) 7.n: 7.- .'! Lv p a NO. L'. j'nerinninirat F. YORK.Cl.rk -
slness before the Court was not 2AYER.SOHLADVERTISINq : Are i p : a .xpopka .. (t.1 p 7.13 i ? >:'
(l ,( it* ( ; ii) I) i. 1.1.1 i." dr'aiidii! .ArTOtlp h.l.'ia: New Kiver on the line Circuit Court and Esofflcio Clerk .'(f >
Sfl
'* and the Grand II ltII'IIO\S lliiouurn.leiding: (.'arson N.- dividing theUn.irdo l County t'OninhiisionersM'I'I'i
Jury were i'AKFFITLY :tiaI| 4 |M'- tlu> i-oiintics of t 1'raill'oi.l and
the c.oiiiinjr* I%va'-ui .1 .i-is.i..xilltnnd i I i 1 < )rlaiu.I., xxithont ehai.L'ef I
i l'.iker
'ia for their exertions ( OMPU'HEfl thence West alone sail1 conntvli'ioto
in.tminals. A'I' it IL HOCKS. a. i.-i.i! a I't-tili. NIIS. 7 alt a .ja.l N..S
;a j jl.tid
Iullory.. who \ty > Sxvitt; creek pond on la1"" thence ) : FOB PUCLIG'ATIO&jLAXU
for 4 ilj'l Ii' (. I Sllinl.l.v.IKit.NA.M'l.NAA.NIMACKSUNVIl.LKNKANfll( ,
be it s.iid
eciidly iu charg'' : with JmGE'NTSu South aioi.e I the margin of saiij; ) Iak t- to | ,

:. .. 1" _,j county's criminal record wicon..zetavorably ) -\ STBKE LIVERY STABLE S'NI the run ot .*..wiltrt ek, thenVovsi tha it| 'I OFFICE AT GatX-; >viu.E. FLA.. )- .
MH.ii n* i'\e
-'IterJfl;\ & Chestnut nin ofsaul: Swilt creek to Sept. 10, 1887. f
with in thejlojisrinalfT
S the Union ILMES
any & 8th Sta nAXI ((11.1113.)
ftrr '< line ..
came 'enoujjli divi.lin i Lake!
Butler ,
Uif tlifIK Keml I 1'roviilene
am.
4.
tii -
the.small) amount of ciiinu awithinita TorIEW5PIPE &DVtRTS1S! FEEl ) fiat ,llWn. tiki ,. Xoice[ is hereby given that the folIo'-
: sent l(i .JlkkflVflle.| ESTIMATES FREE > SAL1-2 STAIiLiS.v N. 11 .No 5. :' .,0. 0 jo m jet thenc *-onesiid-orieinil] ;
ant. at i LoweatCash Rate5 .1.11 i M'Oii distriet lI ijfTed-settler! : has filed notice of la ;
borders. p Ar.T.u-lx-iomiilc I.v .I.IK i ) j p Njn ii I lint i :* to I iheluMil I w.itern of IJInH"eretk

port or ilicnijiinceraln ( hflFtr etft" _- |. Friday afternoon the 5AYER & SON'S M&NURLMASTER'S .,, 4.i 0 I p ;7.IJI. .1 Ar Feni.t'i'U, Ar t.O( 'n 10 10 H t tititt- iioxin th* run of said creek I1lo inlention'tn make final proof in support
:: lie hiiew Court adjourned. .,- V (.1 )N. E( lit iNs. its j 'of his claim and that said proof will to
\\ilh ,
Hut ihc rcqui.n4 us t1 At C.iII.ihaiiVet I junction I tlu> Santii-lV:i I River:i !
1J i vi I ; .
i a' a ii tati:. j-1"iHa
having disposed ce) and
.e. now IHVII of the following tsi.esStatej \ < ni l.'ilronl. for thence up tlie run of said i iJivj-r to its inadp before the Register and Receive t
aliained. As 'l. .
i At-t .
soon >f Florida vs. Prince and AlUrt p l laiitj'. I ri.irl.sioi! \\ :u'i: gt.ui. : !-iiortXix\- I j'niction j with New Kiver I theiJe up the: ilaini-sviUp. Fla. on Saturday Oct. 29tli.1HS7. .

tails; <:;an IK-iidji-tetl, UitTefore 1..e .... Ir Thomas father SALE. loik, l'itu-ii iati. bT. I.. ii:: ( : ;._ :t.iil a II run of New Kixer to the poin*. tat| be-' I w. : John P. Hickle, of Kingslel!

r loiy line steamers will and son. cJoivd. for ho,., [tuauit.: M I Sllli'l N-U 1 !it i.1.. j-innuiir xxiihotinr plai-e ecim-t 'FLake Izt.. hIlL Xo. 10Xj( ) of NtftKee
make Jacksonville ; or p. at : for the JNJ
c and ) ; ANt) 1W VIrTI: OKA DKfRF.n <>K .11 ti.-i-r; .; 'iii','<, uitu: ( i<-.l.u-.i-i:: 5vtrAt : ,
stealing concealing the former LTXHER 'N IJiiiUr.IJOfNDARY
.
: their Mniilierii( tt rninti.: count t C'ouit i .il'll.e I I I'll Ju.lieial I I ('lieu ut j. \ :' t4-tItit-rs. 2S Tp 6 IS H 23: K.He .

against the cu. and the Litter against the i il sitting in eeitafu ella e I therein i' father, The jury found th.-in guilty I and l inir wliei-iin 1 ii. L. Ahaiez jiilnini tii..r: of tie *- Ai t t/rmno.! u-ith :Muih I Kl.irui.i J'ailiiMil I'm, 3.Beginningit Ii I Ion prove hixcontinuotis residence upon, andhliv.ttiaofsaid

pI.t.. ittl.nt Cleveland Marled the Court sentenced the tati' of .tlillanl! 1'. Uri,?..i: &1c.e..tJ, i.. plaiutiffaniM =: _. : nl.ir.l. I.-.<;k.-l.n..i .aiui; T.unpa. Swift rrefk lak land, viz:
his to .
on wes t- >on lw. vearsami : vwv r. Levi .; isili-f I.n.t. I f At fi.lar or pond
< v\il! iiI
: n at1'iililic ; : Ki-y. \iith I.Luhlert..va-lutl.r.flrl I.. the line div C. Xorth'up, of Lakeview. Fla.W. .
) -in I I :>n the :8ii, in asped.il train. He liie lather lo one year :at !liird labm i in I uutery in Irmil I of t.:*> i'o'iit 1 H.-IIM 1 iliwr nt = U Moiiila( ," .i d'l I I iiii--il.iy., ,..|- Minit. a d'laiiipa.C ithiimg Bradford si-ul I Baker A Xorlhnpof Fla.I .
s.ii.1 emiiitv >!! tlie 7ii; aIt l t\ ..I! X". .-i' -i r A. I 1)l .. --rr :, L VWi counties, I thence \Vet alone sai.l h eonnty !
% a .cr.IIIPLiI1i: -tI by Mrs flevebud Stat.Piisim.. sthu tli"t > S Nh\V Yt'iK AXI rLuKMi.V STIIAMS :I. line I*. .1. Silcox cf Ionia. Fla.5v
and same li.-ii.g s-i : 1:1aiuath S8 1 to OjnsU>e creek, thence d! >Vii I lie .

('-411. Limo.it. The f r t stop was at Iiiliaiiipuhs. Mate of Florida vs. I.Vihhin---a.iV. ilm jug the liv.-l I J.ni.i? .,' -.iir. tiiftniu I .ilu First-cliss; turnout.furniMicil at nil] 1 !Ill' LINK.: run of said creek to its junction j with X. 1'erry. of Fla."S. .

; I luiiilsiluatnl in the < >*'l'i "t i: M !r 'I r I nin! hours d:iy or night :*.iifron! rern.in-linc I Sua.l.ivjui.l i 1 l'i Sxx ill creek, th( ne- up the run i.f t said ( C. Ti-ruKR.: Ilegiser. !
In.lian.i.herethe: sanlt ,nnd ; to murder siiJSliti-f: I Klori.i.i ainl Uuw.i .ml I ile iriLe'lus : l.iy'nfii
i.irty was Jitleniil| ; not gui.lv.Slateof in ..'..ci: ..iivIIiKii.l u'. tint ( Sxx itt creek to Swift creek "; 1? C\v
tliti.ti.i& lake IT. Land Office.
fi>ilo\ri. vit: The north i--i-t; ; ; .ut.-l o ti! ,* Telni>. I'cisonali'i*. (I-.ve and pond or I > &'pt. s.
.
in. tl.y tinGovvinor nnd city oilici.ils. Florida vs. E. I Hoii lilon. et al.I hiitilh taC C <|iiiirlei* rf xi-rl,,, i nvii'v.1 i rslnji tn\\-.i- us- ; til.ANi \--\\ \ < ik. thence ala 'uz said lake to Uie point of I ngi | .- -

who gave them a hearty weli-omc. After for oli-tnicting r.iil.vay ; not gui!tv. live. -.iilli nl K t ..j'y out: :II- cSHERIFFS -> > Il\\; : S ic.. Ai.vi.iiz.: SKA: ISLAND: : iorr:. huh tlL uitli voting place at liii aims i iS ;: O. L. KLEE.iIIiicry

drive laming tin. lv aoie- uIu'i nr i* Sta.ve: Fin.o. : Sfeal-ier' K.\press lea s iig Jaekvo.ii:,. :, (-lioul 1 I ahI.1fluLNht.1tV. j ,
a through : Op
ih; and J.itksoii flank Tern! (.'jsipuictM|I : *-; for !. -
city Jt reception : vs. Thiddeiid I Davids: > I IH.MI' in in. \\ >- :hius.laj an.l I I
.___ satin.Uy..mi
; -t-t with tlirel.r.ut
a.- -
of an hour the HhSi-i rL. 1 \t'I: -re .. I I SteanierSt.NK-iinI.lv;. I LINT.S OK IH.STRHTNo. M Fancy Dress Goods I
Presidential lnM.l.K.mie I
f (civii; iu favor of defendant. lor' ;
'
a-piin .
puty ; 1! ItHOJiKS. E&.ti S1e-eI.l .'! iser. i. TEMPLE.TEMPLE'S 1.ti&ii-. VitIi. I Ia na ii. Savannah, i 4.Deeinninir ,
look l he r.irs li i <'<.ntiniie thir Irip[ west L The! Grand Jury recommended. In I their Si'lit-il..1 I' .i ( .ii i i I'iatiaii t. s-U-a niers tor Kalliniorc. I'lnU.lt-lphia ei.iii.eetinir NVw York uuh .NOTIONS. KID GLOVES. PARASOL |
SUi-ke : i-c.- itiiI Ili.utaii i at a Swift j creek
point on
I : WAJ/rEKiS. i :
waid lo St. Louis. The Pioident.ill, that the coLKMAN.T Sill. Umhrellas; Zephyrs and all kinds
IircK-ntiiic.it. I. "
b A
<- Comity CommisMOIH V I fien.Tniv; A-ent. where tlii> original J lime dividing; Lake
MILLS
i: in alieiidanee) aMlie jf otfer 31.t'iag.r.( Butler and I'roxidenee districts of material forJrfVrfl.7J
opening iiu| I Piedluonl rs a reward of .f, iK;) for Jhejiany approaehine -
A. 0. Mi I.ONKI.L.: ; i said creek. t lie-.n d.nvn the
Exposition.We l1)1Ir.
: or parties: who murdered! a .1 1 .
(Jr.intCuttinr p. E. 1n ISLI run of said I creek to its cotnlneui-e xvitb

i C4.ta r. I ieneral ..Iip.rihutrnuiaflt.DR Olusn-e ereek, tlienee down tin; run ot ; ; rciupt atNtitifm. to orders.
.-,! AVI'j.y St., C .r. I.n>r.1,
said I ilustce I eie-ek j. to its ron'imv.ce xx ith

clip the following from an exchange: teeth is one of the har.1e.st & MANUFACTUOK Santa; 1 V e. Kiver, I thence up I tlu> run of J aIi.4tN.hiti: ._. :. jAti.itiiii. ml

It imiy not COM much to test the said Kiver to thomonili ol Binfl'ereek, j -
matter. pieces of work the
habdoes TJISCISTOJI"JI \DKpniialj'TH"ROCK$3'PANll
t Cabbage ; why not theiK-e up I t the run i.stiti creel to its ;

K \\ornis never trouble an English then, help it out by :J0| sing it oec-iional,l t! AXD DKU.KU IXSivo STOR1 head, thence :alori-! the origin PIIII- dividing : I $

gardjn. When they ru>t appear they dissolve do.sesof Dr. Bull's B.ibyVe 1 :
a tablespoon of su'tH/ter] I in a pail IL ) rup. Luiulicr of every J)(* e ri1at III; !! :and tilt-I point of beeinnine, witli voting I Ijilaee I Cut to order frollcl'irlies

of tepid water and \ < > or !preejnet at l'roviden ranfullyi.! .
give the plant: indorse all ualitv.I'ickets : 2q4r
a the
good proprietors have HOL'NDAItY LINKS: Ol-* I)1l'IUi'Ntt. "' t it fir st> le and wetf f

iinkIiii. The worms, will disappear said native to the merits of Salvation .: J'.atlN, Jiailin-: Unu-keta Kvi-ry p-iir aflll'i I
Oil : ( I
K
.
PiOM'i-U
it. speedily. If they begin after a few days Il is the greatest cu.cou earth for pain.: :uiii1 Kinisliino; IAn itil It.I. constant: on Befrinniii'r at llie inrnith ofNfA'Kixer I ,S. i M'i:i>EI> >EYJiEFI Of ft n

tn appear airain n-.iew the sprinkling aiid Price only." V hand.eia tbeii- Ilif ol" ,, pair made. If good
I cents.Yarborough 0 op ruin 'Ititt; |I' hiv: -r lo iir> retuiii
you will seldom haveo'.casion: to apply it t ( attention given- (to Fill ] I4mli-:! liiieiiix, idin1/K.ii-r"s! 1 t\xo lv anili :
-
the third i IxventT-oiif a ? li"tie i.- '..'ortb alii: --ij.1 '
time. It House Orders with bis I IP m i-; .
promotes the Hdeigh X C. lug '
.
growth Kan e line iN"x: ilixer:
j ta nj>* at'! "*. ;; _
.. of the pl.uits; loo. I have used Dr. Bulls Cough rsjrup for Scroll WorK ; P I the run or's-i..i RIV--I Ia. ihe p.u-!
my children ; it Is the golden icntdv.Mrs. i eintiine: xvitli v >tinr: IM.-U-I* at l'.i II: ill. ;

Dr. Ul.ickwell. 4 | ltitNL\lV LINl.s 'F I-ITiiT( ,
Pine kNit
Hill Fully Alive For .
1.
Prohibition. SALE NO. ,; >

At a tcni| (.lance meeting la.tj] al lht.L A Husband's Greatest Blessing t .NIjFR AND BY VIHTfllK: DF AX xi"uTIo ; Vegetable and Orange J. L. GASKINS. -r'nii'i'T! a* tb'in' ,' of C! t' cotirfv : V. Til ns a t

Pine I Hill Acaiiemy la-i Monday evenine Uaftrong. is>u.l l nut i.f the Cireuil' m t nf ti.tI t It J tin I li-I i I ILE.I.Flt Ion 'I ai'' hi .|| lim- ali ( iilii' r I lounsliij.x .j _;; 1 ,

lcilul. Mis i E. S CM roll healthy, vigorous) wife, with a cuilfiicuit ..f Brav ford (. .mmFloii.I.i.,11, the'jh !' GRATES IN :..hn.t ..l\ tlia : :. \\.t ati.,, ,- ___ WAl.
chairman of clear, handsome complexion These il.iy <.f Octtilior. A. l>., i-, m f.uor of hiin-t V
can Thomas V. Porter lowi.s ip ; < IILTI-: Iii.i dii- i'iim! ts-lLui h.ust
a coimmth-c 1)1 ladies plaint and -
pieser.te l a TemiKratur all be ai quired by Using Dr. H-.rkrV Iron Owendefendant.. I have U- it-l a-ai'upnu:st owen : .. : .-imv :thi.I III- mI-. an tti.'iai .....I '. %::,: L anr .-tf.r ) .. : farPim.I

Banner, with the motto pn one Tonic. will sr-11 nt pulilie ale befnietheCnuit H..ii I >eiliK-r Kiln A SPECIALTy | Dru s& Medicine.Starko South ,ioic! '-am.t K'in1'ne u. lie rt-n- |.- a-x;.r-.... .op. i'ttkimi. __ a tr II (.14., i.li
tide atStarke.mtlii.eoiii.tr ol ItrAiItoril her ot'To'x ,.. tu iL-i V itl4 'if this t a p
: "De'iveru.sfrom .til ant 1 Stat j n liip t -ven. I l-i.-- i"ne Kiist ( m1'- iIP
Evil.
_
and _
on of Kloriil.1, .luring' the le:.r.tI Ii .uis of .sale lu-a iou Ii lie et nter ot"'ox! *. nsbip :' f .ii.I, .1 will IVi.. niajicut you. 1 CUIIRZA?
i-x to
the other side the) motto "Pine on the tir t Moiiiljy tlie 7th II.ZI -ii .41 iii in .,
: Hill. For i.f Xoxemlier) ALSO i.i Ii lute otmuras w Li -7* itlsl VV
God I Personal regard to the rules rub I living I A. D iss;. all ol! the i Uht title ami: intei est, b..tli; l FOR sALE r the line o it| < 'Uyounty, tnenen North I l ri.i:.. I ,, -. L tu.:4: i.lt.r a
Temperance ,
: and IItiniziiijt." l Fla.Physicians' alone tlie. line ot'i i I .
cotpitv! tci
.. sayiri : and I the idieious egal laii.leiiiiitable.wliiehtlie aiJ Uweii) OH vu I the point i .1 VV : .eTmt.ifl .
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Gentlemen and Ladies of j tie of tint -up.-ii.i ;Jteralhe had ou the 15th 1ay (ifNi-ffinlifr. A. l* jsst; jn I I of lieinniir.r.. xxitlt xniiii pl.ii-c or pru- '

We thiscojimunitv I. ixa.lor. v\ill in-niellia I in the laiiil-anJ! tenements o Lei I J.'Iin. ;iariii h- i I eii-m ar: iirheI:01N1)AIv 1' !. I'll ()(- I'AXT t tV :
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preEcut banner and with its sa'cniliiiolto. estimable er. hy rt-iisoa of a eettain tiiorKaie ftiiJ : Prescriptiov.s
Lt.s! >ing-)h.alth. e Xeetile.! Jauitiartit.. i-& ii.i1 liiiri,- ijoteot 35,000V ( j : LIN :: OF t MSTRUTNo. IS Viiiiimrr St. Ito-oii ?Ia t.AKEVIEW.cuYCog.
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u-.sign it in to your hands Sei-tiuu-U. Tp 7, South ol li-tUfTeil K-isn'n refillbC7flJ0',i1'e'f1 nt all 1(0,1 -jtt i1t ,,r 7.I'etrinninir _,

apjK-aling to : Urodfoid county. Honda in the ; nfy'tt:
your uiagnnEiimity and Many fo.g.t tl.lt the hum < t ije huu
man n.-ur ami scilp: (Ireil dollars. liy the said! Le\i Ji.'ins I in 'he eenter of T.n ?
and: Ir jip
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ho d defend iiisult 1 nl.j .
to it from -
disgrace, and uI u-d I.XieIiVe iu-.- ,,f ..Nil ver to sai.l O\ven Owens due and payalilw three -. --V SPXOII at the linA ol'CIav i--.iity.; tli'tieeWest .
I defeat.. which hail S y ears after date thereof with intfivst at the rate ACRES V -- V throiij-h the coiit r of j.t I.l..g.ly. rvtrun ,Ia miii,. .nit .1:. I
Township
was responded to by W. F. Vig r i a'Vti1 L. t j j. iLe'1-est: of fifteen per cent per aiinum. and te.-... ,I, .1 ii OF LANE j M. KELliLK >.t f 1 ao will tiuy live cre iriw-t for an oran. ,
lt to K.nme I lint I '"'
ili\iiine I i K.injrestctity gar1u. l .
i Malphurs in ttq t he public reeordsoi said ; Youupy1.a inonjitII.tilas r |i 1..Rrh.
f ins Incoming the Occasion C.1 eti&iuii ngt itt 1. 'r 1 i.r-i .,* count on FI inn i v ht i A Ulan. other b.tvl. beI '" '"Z
and pout ,
u I pre I ItWinHivok D. t 4. Terms Justice the t\\enty-one, t'ie-iei, voin |Ii *
-.1 ind ; page > eash. I'urtI..i Peace for Clay Cou my, burMa-. Vla ..nlf bull. >nd nmub.,r of prIVIl.atric .;
: a hearty pledge from a'.l to defend the routsd.iniliuiTanU.i; .: : ,,, ; paring for Title. HENRY W. LI'i'EILON nitalilp for Florida. aloiiir said Rinsr/* hiat. to tbe- .* ',ttt i IVRivt'i. eaia. iim roihini 1J- ?'"

; $1 banner by tit-cling the prohibition cowed growth. ... Sheriff of Bra.Iford Count' Orange Gro-a-s, in Lot? :u tl.-i'nee np this run l.stal: I Kiverto j perr..t[ hrti'tA. S4 n4 .n4 *> -HMP **' V
ticket ProiH-ny iM.inteJ of Will witS all nei-r (own* mul riumaJ! f enclose .
out Plaintnfs f
give
by I lo
Attorney ; ( a.ivsan.l -MI as prompt attention toeolleeii'> and Santa IV lake I thrnce ,
Oct. &th 1S.SJ V Vi inav bvanttd! ; other l legal bti.ines.Kinslev alonv; Jh"! line wmrAt Lm no f o. it.i IM JukiFLORIDA

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Starke Telegraph. range the ; .
Real Estate Transfer. Sunny Side Sifllngs. PROFESSIONALCARDS

season was brought into town. on C. L. 1'eck T>q.! has jut closed a sale t i The faimeis ,dawn this way are all busy; I. ___ __ ILW. J JJ. New antTValuable Nurserv.i f 1i

Fla. Oct. 8th. Thursday. -, of about :300: acreS of limbered lands to I making gardens and setting strawberry
r Starke b. J. HIGGINS
Templf.. lyin uorti\vct! of Starke :
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-- and ( plants of which there will be a great _- ._ .
N..J. west of Highland loci : .
Mr. .JIIf"loot 510 the Livf to \ I : ..
cliujiclI '.!)llU CTItY. Geo. W. llippr-r & Co.. millnu'n of ifigh-!i mmy planted PiANO T{ Int& UKPAIKKK.VI 4;- t: .
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other by .leaving it in ]his clothes ]he j land. Mr. IV jk has also sold : Public ViII{ toyou a I..t'of Yaluable fruits whi.-i are.indispenSRtfffto. eryo'd -
to N. 1). School opened this week with :a I m ) ,11.t.ad i tothevalueuf/and leautiv i his homo. -
;, ii'riThDIST CHURCH. knows the numbers, anil will noj I lla;.uniui ciirht! to ten lot" of Temple's! j, good attendance. Robert Cameron 1! work! guarn 1tl'1. Qnyc.irsof experience. f' iner-M:MU. >v uh ::yerv. small amount of money lid labor. ad U every Sunday 11 a. .m. and addniou to Starko up near the Methodist( j I 1 1 rIrpt 1'1' cent. l'' tl>in ; l'iotF.th Iho happinesnd c-ouifort of thtiir
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r nicotine Tuesday at ; doubt recover it. i ii church. tcacII'C hope that the, patrons: will hom .mil f.iiiiiU' t > )'op'rt.d
HolinesH by i rh'in j
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\ here ollere'I l ofobr.iining at a snrill
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______ STAKKE :Lit oppnrUlit.
n\. Prayer meeting Thursday at. 8 i I I II take an inter."! in this tchool and send FLOUIIA. cost tit new. and, b':nlm, :. \- lit ,d'to this utioii/ viz :

.-. m. RICHARDSON' t Mr. E. Strong and family arrived I Important Enterprise, Starke, Bradford i I their; children I'tgularly.e; must give ---- --- -- --... --. '---'-.-----.- .
,7. S. Pastor. DR. --. ---- -- -----
A. L. SCOTT M. .
Sunday, : School at.0:30) a. m.i in the city Thursday, they expect to I County, Florida. I our children a good .educ tion to make D. PEARS.7 t.) 1 feet high. lOjIEGR.aT.,

i'U \s. RICHARD. Superintendent make Starke their home. Several weeks since Dr. J. L. G.iskins them goo,J citizeus' .' ltcl.tl........ .. k Largt t Sw.et.... ...... ... ,

d .lJ REV ARTIX, Her:& Ti -:L
)fr. S. J. Sternburg Vife and daughter 'lr. Jos. P, MtCu'.ley: ot Law ley. visited and lady.j of Waldo ()x.ra-8 :uunner.... .30 cents each ---- .

BAPTIST CHUUOir.Sci South Florida allll.c c .peclally tlus Disston i I paid our village a visit on last Sunday. PIIYSICIAX AND J.r'JII! ,. -..5.'centi each -
accompanied by Miss! Reed aiein reclaimed( land* at and near Kissimmec Come and : \ price a-i or seedlings ,-L RRI'SUC
again stln..1rd'
vices i at 11 a. in. and at 8 i>. ni.Praver stay longer.Mr. S .
meeting every Wednesday the City and will make this their 1 hey report the crops of sugar cane, rice SU1CUEOX. : White,very prolific.: .. .._..) S3
James ... eah
Rl'd
r ILTAWJlftD. I). I) Pastor, vegetables. &c., on said reclaimellands\ as Philipswalks around with E\Erbam t ... ., t'nt
% I rimuiay p.ii.: Sc-bool meets every Sunday future home. simply wonderful and thc yields per acre his hat turned up otvj side. It's a boy. Terms Reasonable. IE.\IE J to..f"-c-thi h. .

. at t:45. per lear cnorIllO. ;. Ptla'II.t| ontY.. ..' XUTS.

k \.C. HAMRICK. Supeiinteiulent. Prof. Clark informs us that lie has The trip opened the CHi of these gentlemen The Sunday School is still in a ffonrish- Offiee'at Gavins' Drug. Store. Hales>I xlullt L'I't r Sftry earh ) {t I: English Walnut....... .... .- .

.. 1' R. MORGAN, Secretary.j'HESBYTKRIAN : at the beginning of this month to a similar bo'dy of overflowed ins condition, but there is room for more. FaJasIID f 2Oct4.eacb.Sii1xi (:huww .. .............1 I _: '
119 lauds near btarke. .\fter.careful investigation All are invited. .. ...OrHolt.1. i hngiwChestnuts.I :. > T cents NCb
scholars! F. J. FIELD Golden Yellow! ... .. .. |
CHURCH. enrolled and expects tojiave otihe lands around Sampson, Iloxv- We are sure the county will be .. j -.._. J"II'.J! .
as
dry
many more.Mr. ell and Trosby lake. just west of Starke -.-- .1'taD,_.. ..:......... .
Services. every ll.other Sunday at II a.; m. about 2J miles the trio. with Mr. M. C. of whiskey as :a b ttle witl "brth( 'ends'out. BRICK MASON'S WORK '' & .1.Jond 1ft shI'IJ.... ...._ 23ceits each
R. MATTIC1'Pastor.; .. Lewis PLUMS to 6 feet high.WiLIGi -
School Robert S. Powell of Liwtey. purchased about Hevcn I wonder if a man is allowed to still" -- -
Sunday every Sunday at 9.-iO: v of Provi- sections ((7.000( acre.in ''. ..... .... .znlot.ont't4.'ach
1M> V'PT* ) a body embracingall 'PI.ASTERER.ALL .
-.I. wv whiskey? Yes. That is what PrtiIitist'3.e.irhIjrt..Jkafy..2. RAPES; !*
intendto
'f.a L. ID S U pen n te n dent. di-nce !IH moved his family and] t time mars),, saw grass and swamp do on Oct. 14th we Japan 3letil.rslevergren( ) .. ...50 .. :.. &urpPruon ........ .... I
lands around said: lakes and including the WORK GUARANTEEQ.- Kt-sl'yJtpan.Yt.'aN. ... .. :. .. Black. t
1.pt household goods, to Starke and villmake ... *. ,.00 .: Ea$le ... 2.ct'nt'lt'&cW
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. three prettiest sheets of water in Florida. Mr. Richardson: delivered an able lecture :1.. ... "-.r..Z.M. QranY'9u."tj.. ._. I .
this his futuiv Lome.Mrs. With About twenty mil' s ot water front BOX 41 STARKE, FLA. -. ,. ? '.:0-
ACU11:20-20;!- Ptter4: 16. and 4,000 acres of the richest lands in the on temperance at Hope church last July 30 87. tf. I ..' -4

: Q P. Young the Pastor preaches at II.. Win.-or of Dakota .re South. and a circle' of well timbered lands Sunday which had a good, effect on, our I J\ AN PERSIMMON one year.*..- -. .. IEPINQOCMttJQflShTUI).

HAMPTON turned to her Florida, fringing the sugar and rice lands entirely people. We IH'I) that no church member L. C. HULL I ICOXTUAv'ron Not-die!:-,.. ........ ..... I A Drw .ihiket .ll'Sti O Ottlt'bt nr-
cottage onKingslcy .mnuJr..xH.\arg't... .. occntSl"l\ch !IIt'l.wcents h
around the
three
each 1st Lord'Eday at 11 1\. m. and Satur- lakes the purchase is aTery will stoop) so. low as to vote a wet ZlDgi. suxar s wet-land it-h__.. )f .
lake on Monday. She will valuable' beautiful and princely -- ---r-- .i 1. .
; 1a" :1t ':30 p. 01. session pos- ticket. not because: we are afraid of being & BUILDER. .4k. o.. a.- _.
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ST.\RKE make this her hOllle.ll"s. .. FIGS. '
2nd Lord's day at 11 a. m. and each 9 Drahiagc operations have already commenced beaten but the name of voting for something APPLES. .&t.t higli. White Mar<<'ilIt-9.... '" ._ .

'cad. dayat6:30p. m. : Annie Bro\\ II has returned to by deepening and ( leaning out that has ruined so many is not to be STAKKE, FLA. Red Astr.kcli.iu 1 ... ... ...... i Brown fllrk,) .. ... ....- ..1\.. .,P_,_._
'Loni" Uivfer Hlack .. ........ .... cen t S {11
Sampson Creek the outlet of the envied. Alexander. ... .... .. ... '
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HIGHLANDeach 16-4-12. cents each. 1"
11 aud the city and will be found at the three lakes; and the fact is already demonstrated I>LANS and specification furnished on ( ....... \ '_ Oivwn..... .. .- ........ ..:'.
4th Lord's day at a. m. Saturday 'ml'O .
store of Louis Witkovski in that the waters can be lowered fouro short notice. Carpenter work solicited .- ----
at 7:30 m. the ----
Itffore p. -
five feet the desired fall, at eompar and promptly attended to. ORANflES.

CHURCH WORSHIP. name position as before. atively small expense. Hand made brick for sale, either at the AI'IUT.;. .. .Seehingsswe.t.. .. ,
ATOR.VXGR COLLEGE. There are several thousand acres of sugar kiln or delivered at the depot. E.\t Ii-yaoli '1 ... ...-. i '. .. ...lOto.4. SO cnt ft'\ to ft.'
.perloespcciai rales.
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*aci Loid's day at 11 a. ni.PllAYEU .' The little friends of Miss Florence and rice lands that are so deep iu rich soil OYAIi.i. July 30, '87. tf. Reil Homan.. "' ..... V'JS cents each. Buds 3)years ..
t Russian ... ... .
.MEETINGea that it isan matter to push .-.-...... .. .. ....---... -.1 Taugetine.4 ..... !
easy a fishing ----
Witkovski ---- Uan<|erme. .
Wednesday at ':30 enjoyed 1 x. >iOcent.s each.
a \
. cry pleasant pole six to twelve feet and down into
; more H. D. QUINCES. 'Mediterranean sweet and others j
... ,1 f --'.-- -- 1SECRET time last Saturday, the occasion being the exceedingly fertile earth.; L0vi MASON Orungo.Chinese... .... _. .. ._. utl-ll".mant._ _. __... .. ... .. ..,...... cent each.

The enterprising purchasers to ... .. &
0 SOCIETIES. expect > cents each
!: I- her 9th birthday.] have the waters lowered ant! crops of rice, STARKE, FLA. -\M"le :: :::: : ..... All warranted as per Order.Kxanftne .

-- Bradford Lodge No. 42 F. and '. Mrs. wilsn sugar cane, vegetables, fruit trees &c., : -
A.n. Regular! communi atJon8'thrhl who has made her griming there next spring and summer. and Painter. Kalsomin- this list :and whatever you mav want order o! u- Starke, by placing.

n x Saturdays in each month. home in our iiu&1stfo,' some time has The scejtry on Sampson River outlet HOUSE ,: cign hanging the niiinLar "pposito each variety an"d kind wauTfl c'n IKt N>. '_'. '.'' tho's.im*
W.
JOBS llALU L. KlCKUTFB.Secietarv. UI paper neatly executed. -
figures on Xu. 1, and retain for fiitifre reference [ .
"rI.ldo.'il'
: h u-- at ordor
V. M.LaL6 gone to Melrose, where she and among the lakes is surpassingly lovely Orders left ut The Starke Tele- list No. 2. oU'4t, on
acceptscharge and attractive.In ., Ollice will receive
; View Lode No. OS ol F. Jc .\. MIVzular of the Melrose school. another Issue we will prophesy the I;rpl. Hdll'lce"; prompt. atten have We warrant; eatmhi5: and every tree to be o? lig v.rietanll kind you order a we .
special contract with the we order of to that
givf'n.re'Ilirtd. nursery enWt and
in
o Meetings second and fourth case the
and beneficial results of this
plucky G 87
gloat 3m.J
Aug. is
month 2 o'clock.F Mr. variety not as ordered we will either refund the money paid: or furnish other
. finti.rdayof each Pony Sessions of Providence, enterprise to Starke and the entire county. trees inste.id. '
SniFERDnK, Cin>Tiu NORTKUP'Secretary. paid ns visit The half! is not yet told.Lakevlew '-- We hA.'e made arr.inKenient.s \. 'large to
\Itstpr. a on' Monday, he rePorts nurserymen ast.ibli-th: as early a*
possible, a branch nnrs. ry near Starke, therefore guarantee all stated
{ as above
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thing'al1 alive: and booming j in Randoms.Mrs. JI he reliable a our future prospects are entirely dependent
nIP'D. ORDER 0. RED l1 X.O. J W. HICKS upon our reliability an
his end of the furnishing tho exact thing ordered. .
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EOL TRItE No. 1, FLA.-Council ) John Wilson. Mr< C. II. Mathers ,

Fiixs kindled each Wednesday's Sleep, A rare. bargain. 300 sweet seedling and family left List Wednesday for Itead- AKI$0POWDEfl S. F. GARDINER & Co.,

at tlw-ir Wigwam. Starke Fla. ville. :10185.Ir. CITY .

.. .. Transient Brothers cordial invited to orange .trees. 5 to 12 feet high. ) W. S. Strickland is carrying the : Starke7 Fla.

I G. W. \lc1 lxxJ.Y. *JO: if takenat mail now. S .
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r i once. AND .
Apply to S. IIAIH DRKSSKR.
B-nOEI .
Sac hem. ._ .
( o1. L. R. Thomas is putting it on with -- -

. Jig. ILLOX. B. Denmark, Lake .iitler. his new rig. OPEN AT ALL .
TIMES.
of Records Mr. W. A. Besseut killed
Chief a large gray
r.a. Among those from the ether end fox last week.

a.Id _O.ar O. Lda 1". Meets. No.everv 10 Fri I. of the county attending court this Mrs. Chester Northup\ <> so much impioved SHOP ON JUST EAST ::4'-oii :; WiTKlOYSKMD'ry I _.
be able .tke ride last CAL ST
to to"
Odd Fellows at. n
111.tay night TranMcnt lit. brothers we, notice Major Edwards, Judge Tuesday. Absolutely Pure. OF a

. cordial!: invited to attend. r Richard, J. L. Turner and others. Our Masonic friends will improve ther: This powder never varies. A marvel .
'. I }'.J. FnLD. J, O. IIjtNES.Seerrtw I property in"town( inmnieiEatel.1lit : of purity strength and wholesoinenessol "'Il Constantly keep on hand a full .

I' L.SCOTT*Box, 41. \Vice-Grand.Xoble. _(l raud.A. Orajigc College which commenced s-oci'jly "Ik-He" of Ionia that the ).[ 'o ceo-ioiiiieal than the ordinary I line I the following ooiK fo s,Ic.n.XDHTl' Palace: fioods Store

E. school (Observer) spoke of last week finished the kinils I and cannot be sold i in ,'oiii petition CURE K.cleans the hair.: ( : -
Sept. 1st, with 40 scholarshas I dude last Friday uiiht by burning his with time multitude of low test, shori 1 ItOSES for the face to .

weight, alum of phosphate powders remove sunburn, tan, freckles and oinothIhcskin. .
now 112 enrolled at the bumsides oil also.V ha'c11'. Sitzcr's -
m.W.. CITY HEWS.Sir. bgin- word for this.i Sold onlv in cans. Royal Baking 1'ow1 1 T.1utEE : .
ning of the. second month] Miss! K. E. Richmond is going into the der. < \prilI7. Ii. .
08. 3 Mr. Xoah poTiltiy business quite ixtcusively. Success on : old razors repaired. .
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CJeigaij, the milkman ..1.V.. HICKS
L. G. Cone of Plant City is in to the \enture. Golden Dawn. .

IL this week visiting friends. : will move his dairy to Starke so he Mr. D. W. Urigham with Mr. W. S. PKOK. J. E. IoDDIam; pleased to say _ STARKE FLA. CCi7\omcstxcGENT'S .
iiUa.
town -- can better supply his trade Strickland are hard, at work on Mr. \Volroll's for your benefit and I the public, that we W 1n(11 jB OOaSi-
growing TATE
A largedroveof goats passed place get hug it in shape: for the have been using your "Golden Dawn" for POWELL, M. D., ,
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. with fresh milk. fruits tvc. to be pianluithis fall and winter a year or mure" in our family :and rind it After an experience of twenty years in .

through town_Sunday evening. and Mr. Brigham having charge of mo.t excellent for pain: and nervousness.We 1 the practice (.f his profession has no hesitancy -

The Starke Cornet I>.ind the work will bo sufficient guarantee that chec'ihilly recommend it. in piominin the latent and most Whit (ih.l J nccs, fl11Inery. :
full are -
:EG- The city has been unusually I getting it will when done be worthy of showingour T. R. Mi LAM. M. D. scientific treatment to tho-e :i king hi .

,.,.antwty. of this week attending court. to be quito proficient in thejr vi-itots this winter.Mr. Lci'hurgFla.., March 26, 187 services. : '* .

people reheat sals. Thev should} be encowraged John T. Talbott has gone North in PROOF.. J. loon: Culls to lh,j country promptly attended. AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND

I'er.to For first class job work do not the u.tcichl of Lake View. Mr.I T. is a :My little son willie was cured right Diseases of females and l children .1 specialty ..*" ."
inL'II.be sobf : as they are in need of instru1 lm>ter! and his trip means a big boom this away of chills and fever wills your -

forget to bring your work to this 1 incuts. winter so lots all of us get ready. Now "Golden Dawn." '\. A. GLicaai.AnciiEK. ,Office at City Drue; Store or at his FINE CLOTHING.... -

office. is the time to prepare: to receive our visitors Fla., Oct. 6. 18S6., residence in East Starke.


---- -- Judge] Baker complimented thtjury this \\ititcr and show them what we PIIOK. DODD1: take pleasure in saying -

Tbe toWTI is dry ancT jtTst AS quiet have done in a short year and there are that your "Golden Dawn" and pills are COMER PEEK --
j on Tuesday morning saying that thiee months lcflfso work with a will and most excellent. W. W. SCOTT.

I dr.y. No more drinks and no : this was th* first court where not a mak; time list i three tell : put your place iuhlJw. j Gaine \'il1(. Fir. Sept. 18. 18S6 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NOTARY iANJEIRS\ I 1 .
I- I The I ,
.1 : improve jour lots in town. Prof Dodd's medicines, Golden Dawn. &OAR9OELL, I

;. Mfl more 0.-'fights and rows. 1 fJ. iusle. juror. failed. to respond to hisname.1 pre "nt is the time to work. Now put I Dyscntary Medicine and Vegetable Pills /,

-.---- --- everything in good shape in town and out will h bo found on sale at Rivers & Joiner ,

'tn. 11'. '. Remember that the election comes *, w. _- of town, as well I and you will not regret it. and J. L. Gaskins drug stores. STAUKK, RKVDFUUU CUL\T FI.OUIDV. :
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pr
t Frank don't to never for in the lIeAt.oil months there June 4 87-6 m AIISTRACToK TITLE and Real Es -
off the 14th, and forget Mr. C. Miller was brought
George
on in Lake View and
Wart, will be great changes tate 1 hw a Specialty.Abstracts titl
sandt. vote a dry ticket. to the city on Wednesday to ourt surroundings which will be for the better turnKhed, showing every Deed. I Worker
Tin Sin
FRUIT TREE AGENT t iron
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ard. L'1)ryt1ei t -next Tuesday from ..Tack'ollville'h'n he has and if 1 ma} predict, lasting. and a benefit Mortaja, Lien, Tax Sale, Judgment, Attachment.
The W. C./1VU. meets to :al! f am prepaio.l to till all orders for : and all matters of PublicRecord ,

Ntitchel;" at 3 p. m. at the Temperance j 1eniflned in jail: l since the .shooting peaHi pear, and other fruit trees at. the & file affecting Titles (If Real Es- ambia. ____ -..? _

,1 PhtCounf; of Richard. lonia Scraps.Mr. lowest possib'o p\l'O"1. Special bargai: tate in Bi i ad lord county Florida up te \_ officials and merchants 11ftatafl,

t"'. j 11 all. Everybody I _is!invited; Oapt. offered by tho KM to lOOt). Trees of any date of .\h"tlil.Ieallquartcrs ".tmA for (.Ottnrl'tion _j cnierly occupied by C

. .j.'r A car load of household goods nIheV.. C. r}'. '1'. will give an entertainment Yulee Silcox has been breaking land kind, variety, or si fimii-hod.. I have forF'IRE 1 INSURANCE E.rounding Wyinaji can-, I *.from the Custom tlw effects lions'of tLehiin 45 town. and ur

hip l arrived on next Monday night at for F. S. CaipcnU-r this week. aNo- orange tre. s, by, time I'll) ) or 1000 from Liverpool & Londouit, Leaders oa bpeciatherfotmnatM1teh-I -
.. and twoShietlaflhl ponies Miss howe Agnes is spending the week F LED. -- -.
.
three tinisand
:3 to Ii; old at botton l'<'. I 5n- Globe Co.W. g ;
mK' L' The years pr __ ___ _____ _
IIou
/ the Court exerciseswill ,
in t.
'\tcrk Friday morning for E. Strong. L-iwtey.: vito pornons intini fruit trees of nny -: : -; Pf"tte.1 ) reover. : i' _. _. -- -
last Sundayto :3 I'nder theiloctors'
'0 Someone was mean enough : idfullv. .. #
I -
---- recitation &c. > apo
1 consiit i of song, *, kinds vines, sbr'ibs, roses or anything H. RIVERS:! '
the contract i try amid dc'slioy the luidgi between! tins ere injured. 'i i MEN S _
riotfjL.A. ) Morgan*?; n7.aar: han e Every one is cordially: invited. place and KingMey, but made a failure.: i in hiM line, to son mo ln-lort nurchasinjjelsewhere. I THE-BIJOT.. Brisish "hip. Cly.h J ..

,. to furnish the county in stationaryfor Come one come all. We cannot tlllnK wilt could do such a I lUll < "I1I1f'l'l,1 l vvith Hercknians rilm.Ei: 1: : dF in mid- D. Tbe o.t doVflT'XwiidiWfJJI FMIC Calf AJIlgntof' .

.. ) 'jjc' ; ; cowardly trick. ai'd other l'I'J.hl'atllllln"l'r l':- and I Ir DR GOO3DSGROCERIES DO GOLA.11JU.P-'satg vet-l. < (
the coining! year.Vork K. has been losing : _i ,[ tp.oi-ts the lf>s of n ve.SO I
:

'\ -- 'I \h's Andrews & Alvarez received :Mr. Caipeutcr: i: ;irantco nil or.lcs will lie tlhltlitlm A NI : e Engiisl T- Kagroo I'-md Sewed .

follof-', the jail is progressing' chickens by wild cats. exaelnpss of Kindnnd variety ,'/.'nte.1.a I SHOES .-. thanrI'LJ 1\IIIII'f o'-", "
on pv. Wednesday a lot of new bug'ies Mr. Bed and wife are going to move -.thweIl' l" '. .

of 1 hia'U : rapillylhl die walls, will soon .begin and 'I'hmursday 10 new horses into the Silcox homestead house. I :.1111 determined, to give i satisfaction Ladies wnonavt- t uortlesue..essfuth!HOE STORE Shoes made to order 500. .
_
.;; pptwill O : on Mr. William Starr has been in town so that I can do business with the F--UIIO | : up.n, L den.l. -_- .
to 110Capt. \. direct from Tenn. This makes a nice this week plowing the orange giove.We in time future. Starke rio3ida. wearing $4 and0tr the trap ->./ '*
: parties :
X of
-- Line man,
ceive .n mt'tJ t' \1S0 Complete
far recovered stable expect new neighbors MKIU }in the (Jardiner .t Pnrt's: Keal Shoes and uesU: .
29th .1. C. R'ii-hard Ij.as so outfit, and the best regulated Ollico at Maria \: '
t. .
W.
owned I D. Brigham.Tou :
51t', the I houee funnelly by Estate: ofiice, Stat J.e. Tl:i.JiOKOK Economy, Stymie u ona '->.tST AKj\.t,
{in-i be
to'be to on in this part of the State. ULI\. and
able)
N\\Y :is (CAKD1NER.OS3 : Headache I Women" Misses. Koys
of I t H; : A. Martyrs to Comfort, should try a

street neartyv, <5fry: hiy- The tax books for 1SST are now Wilderness. Clay County. I -_- pair of this Celebrated
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t .. .nd
/.l ",1 ".ks\.a. ". "
( : JI'fi,1I 1I relief in vain, until they begin to Shoes. Ladies \.,iLiiUIV uvO" ----
ineof
poii. n 4 The town haft ('(- of people 1 made out and have been accepted bv I Sett: I FLORIDA .. \
; Then re-
] 114 majority.The they hhmo'L
Our county went dry Iy use Ayer's French Kd .
of Sarsapria.
; I
v.itW and the three
all the week from parts !j :.the Commissioners County Commissioners have rccom'l.J1JUlletl gret the years sufting they might themM.L'Engle.

These books ii.Vaii for Justice I tried this remedy : 4.Q\
L. the county aUenditi court. books distributed. arc I: J. have escaped had they
I Peace[ for the Gtli dNtiict. The trouble was constitutional
; -- ;' -- job- :work: to this well written aed in a very neat shape A revival has been going on at Sharon I earler.local and, until Ayer's Sarsaparilla -
not
tiP ;
. ( ; Bring1 credit to Mr. wain wight for the last week. 12S w-i w. Ph bell
area great work anAlterative
.
, 'r. j jV its effective
and I Ai TJflo' did a .
an.l" it will be neatly Prince Thomas and son. colored, were k
office, *"%. S&.S werecompelled
the assessor.The of ? ; srsj) and Blood Purifier,they
4uceLIA _______ __ I convicted of hog 'Mealing at la-it term I I II
done. I
cheaply __ j 1 1.Mr. II to suffer. nn1 of Wlodfla: S
I
has been treated toa I rOIl: It. I cihdt: : ,
: Kichar.1: rqlol'tsW: postoflice i S. A. Strickland killed a large rat- I The wife of Samuel Page, 21 Austin

Mr. .T. Char' list I cle.in. coat. of white wash and j ;le snake this week. | s- b I, et., Lowell, Mass., was, for a long time, W. N. BAKER, Cash f
Goods the registration i Lake View is the j jc.inrt resultof HENRY A. L'ENGLE Manager.
the
new names. on I brown which niakei thi aid 1 1hl1l1.lilw.lnuk < A good thing tor subject to severe headaches,
paint
HA>OW rcc-hu-t. I j jWe \ : meeting to l JJI; held there thit. WIUU.T i J I stomach and liver disorders. A per- L. .

ill kinds\ from this ]) _: __ _.______ i I quite new. After W\j jget Tin. cotton crop will 1m light in this V--i. t---,' '.T; -"r- ?' -"M' -' -?- .. ,i fect cure has been effected by Ayei's e1 ACiON-yii/Lii," ;:F .,.
atlentio"i
wouUrr,' cM I t tin- I t this 'car. -: V \
'prcily t
Hoiisi- county ) _
and Court _
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our new jail *& *- > Sarsaparilla. r
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tinsmith t -/
I of Green Cove, ? > j! -
the advt \II'lbms, .
of farmersflI 1 fruit jirowc-is to of- : V- *:.> '.? a-. .' Frank Roberts, 727 Washington st., 11'l'EI\"EO. COLLECTION
to \\ 0 must have a {.'rand new }post has: Iweu out this week sharpening: our \.U ? tVl.r :.r-l he had ter- WILL. DO A GI.U:1UL: BXSKISU n( ITJEt'O"'xr
Gardiner: the fruit tin man. Boston, says that formerly EXI'I.\wa
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of Gco. .- I: dull ->.i\ sand razors. I Uche and until he tookAyer's :,l\|'C AT U-iUAK RATES OF
nee. .,. ._ rible hea -- ---
several quail one t : found --- -- --
Mr. Sam 1'cirj: bagged : I never any ---- -- ---
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1.t1.r'a1.1I1 --
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rtmller
ItV-TmMy}, of Kill. -.h.11:1'. : !' I II Sarsaparia. \ uttnn.Late And Cnng-reI- hne' \l1t your ,
: Lri-nKfa
\11''. I 1'\-II1"-ilt.! and;I her handsome moinin i :; before medicine givePermanent the JAM: JIE.IW SilO or VR JAJlIJ.8
of Bradford will I : \ .aecflrdlng to Ylur needs. J'o.tlnl
in the t gentlemen ,83 ftIlOt
few clays hope you l't1E.L .
.'..\DI been spohdui? a little *-smi are in) thw city, Aibitint all vote a dry ticket the 14th. It T. I -- :t-- :' I r I.. : '- ..1 Relief. S.-: -- '"J none genlllne unit's our'tamp appears plalnlyOll the joiSi.:4

\ p. Nnr.1 'Mty visiting her many fruTi-- K : her father: Mr. Kleiiischmidt; of Sr.1. '.j_ .. -, ..,';'::-' :); .-t',. r'- : "Every Spring IvVeau.for 2'E years Fifteenth," writesLizzie St., I ".' ---:: --L., ... The JAMES MEANS
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-- i of 500 Acres of Land. '. t'5P ".I.I. tp. ._\ W. p
Sale I ,
h. painti-J : Sheill r.- .: ,!.\.t.. : Y. "I have had intoler- S.4r)1
Mr. Joseph Kchut t > hm' Coinnuivi.il. soonleavo : r- '. : Brooklyn N. I k
'II ,
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f. { sold :_ I Ij
have : -
SHQiWni
'" and Pratt r the use .
,
commenced
MessiQardiiier I S4 ,
1'1'1111.I the hi-Me If his. l.akeryvhich 'hil'i where hei 1 ii III i- } -.' -- .- %, <, ..'. '>: able hcadarh-- March, and I II. :I Y \ ,J \ J.Jt
la
( t
l paperi.l for : "i and A. H. : >
, I. IlII,1 wt'AII an : ; to S. F. (iaidincr: of htarne, ; :: ': .:,; ; ,: ... i of Ayer's Sar"apari" since that 'Jf-tI.; 'rr..ti" .' : ; rot imr\I','.n.s t!>e S
I OIIlrnt.tl \ it in-at : taken? hiM 500 ares of lan.l i ilyini -- have not had a 1". ".'t: ,--. ft
t.-t.t givfe a appearante.Mrs. I hand lri: > ahvaily rp Uosii.liujg ot VirKiuia : \\r ... 1'1 rt rJrI'. t"t' r'I f"- -
:V 1.t': : Tnursion Staiiou aoL Ali i .. t: .,f4 I'I'o time. -.,. _0'0. \.- '. 'Im\\\I: .o..nr.iI.r- ,t"- -S"' .

... ot It K"1 1nr..1\ W.jV Il\'i.: and 1 M>u Fctl1EI1(1 I! aliode.Ir. 'i iI i e\anlcr) ? bi-twivn I 1I.i1oj'11'. K. it a oapifilist i i""f':,:...:.., p.-" .t r-"', ..':. ".. ''.; '. I II.m : I, tfere,1, from., and headache was, hardlahe indignation ,'.-: :(:- ; _;.? ." :. .'- '.' .. .: .?:! -Vfff. .. p. -" .3.3I ,
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"d -' I- .
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:l from tluirirtiig .utnmi-r trip North I! Cl.irlvc li.is rented. the and baellectinl an airangement with T ; :I. f.; t.r ,: : !.: 0'. ,' to drag myself about' the house ,, I :; ;!; i tt. \ .. c5- -.f' 'c la' j j0
I :: .1. (C. ; : J .. r. p-- 11".. '... ;. ; Mrs. M. M. Lwis, of A St., Lowell, .ti' -.; ." : t..or" ,. .-:, I 't"'r. .. ::., :rlvf n'li .
1a-t uoA.) mu.-li. im- ; U AP 1 to putriu.se, ct nsi'lerablepioperty : ,. .': r.t". :: ( .Sarsaparilla has worked. "/ ; ', \ : ...I : -..:.. _". .. ill j
II. Ailstin h *
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on Fri.lay: of : | stole t[foimerlv! occiitie] l by i ::_ : r'... r.= '.'Z', -JtIiiti Mass. Ayer's : : .. ;... : \ .. _. .. . .. : -
.
..tli'ltr 1 in tin- \'.',-i.UiV ot Mai'KP.Orar.ge 'Uf.. ':-i t- r : a marvelous change in my caje. I now \ .\ ."' I '' .- .-.* .1 IT r ,f.ft.it
proved. and, \\iil run ::1. dnu!,le store. lie I ;m j'.r. -h" '''' ;L'cne anti well as ever,1' \ !; __ ; : : J :. ._ ..: .-- .. r.k.i. v .i'r.tI\. ' ::10' :" : strong i It ; .. .
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:I' P.VI .j
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I 7
I Roll. fee .
___ i. ColJeg-e Honor ... : .. .. .. ', r.ltiV.eI' ::,::_ > Pa., v \
-- .tiMe thii : :' : Jonas Carman Es', Df> ..Lykins 5 I? : &j > I- t : : ,- !' it AII.t >ftjlli
' NTS. has added} fruit andeg. > '. '.' :.::::'1. !::\ I ;' \ : .* : -v.-- 't..J fc'aimi -
. : :un.l family: j Tl.e follow jug honor toll of the pupilsof ;; ': : ; writes: .For years I have suffered I ". .. '... ( i-*> j.- < .- .-i : l T.r
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Mr-.Tnil.y : (-
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Mr.au.l .II.tr.u.nlr
.' .ln'l\h'IaI'\ e! stock. t'-ie front1; I i .'lI! Micluil"' s tlic iMiaeS of ttr-j..; : ." '.:' (; : r : :';!: dreadfiJy,f\'er Spring,from headache, \ i'J. .. .i'i"/:; :,'J".11 i\V! V :.."..,.:: ;. .. i :.:.... ..... A' *: '.. .. (,:uil; tti" J -'
..J tunic.l on JMiur.l.iy: 1'Iiev' Ivl'orthaving t Oi.ti.e: l'e I rt,: ..::.._:.. t:; ."Ihu1 oaud by impurity of the blood and \ .I i\\1_ :- :. .* \.i \*>l:|. -' ., I' '--* : '. .. lM; .,>: 1 ..t
: 'l.l""k..likel l'Ynrk. h. i ilel 11 PlliKtilll goml illDcpoiinKiit I .. It seemed for days ami l -r'r : ':/ V:. '' -r .. .. ,. l I. ..>.1 *_:c V81p.
his : ;
of -t" i\e i.-.o ; I
WHo : .
thi bilousness. ". .
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toget : :: .
:1IVll< \ -_ \"\' a.
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5' It f
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"' ;,., .t tinu' : : ... head would / l\\ \ tv it I '
open.
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that split
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n ) l RfLit.iiinndining : ; weeks my / i.I i.
:Mr. w'11"1.) ami I i '.l..n: ., I : l i 1 i h :n?
I l'1I1".1' house. : 1 I in "i:: !: ...-... I '' / ':1' r' ---ins. :
) took
commis-iou ;. ; \ till I Ayer' -
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t. t. : t .,,'.," ... :. .. ,) fl' !: m ; ': .- Nothing r'lent uif i :; y. i 'l.': /V .. '
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I'.u-lc. 1 bound} 1 IHe mouth of c-pteiun.r.! I ,.". .' -': '; ::1. : :: ; medicine has cured I ) }J / r. .'. ,-;> .
: ? IrA : fr-t m
and I :. Sarsaparda. .
are : : I :
energetic .
f'r : 11 S
j Clarke are 1 .: ..,.. \.O. C. : \ J' I .1. ,. k2I bf'ia
1 :
.I..h. \ e
.' I ( .r pit .--- --- .1. P. P.;"-ji.eit.; It A. Clyatl.! Tillir Diy- I, (v" :' i, me coinjJetely. \ I;!l / )'U' "_" Q i\ \ ,.- .-':. : : .i If. j.-...! pS:rffitic (

8It, .I'1"J1, I"'ctI lib \\V MI-U- fuouMi't.i-::. !. ('ek 'liv. a | M !ll(4'tt'l.'l_' predict for t them a de::, F. O. I UTI n-r. .\\'I' iLa.l'! Jc.h.iLu- I I .-.',...-'-. T.. ._.'..-.... .--1.. ..'..-"."OJ.. \i When Mrs. (;enl.na, )Belanger., began, of 24 to- \ .'"_ } 1 .V */t'._f/J1/. l-- .r..-...' t .! I'"._-,'.r..-t'r.n-.l i- .i.i i.>;' r l'. l"tl..''.:.t'l.r riaJc.. p.w'ebrC br tb* J I
i Bridge st., Springfield Ia ::.tr I'w* -
and winter. j ) .v 'it. r
A.lrun f.ill
.FjI,1tI A. 1 this 5. -nrk. t rnnller .
Mr.S. trade lau.1'I..ill, : : Itt
I : rail ftoni 1 largo tI"'HJe) -. Chu'ie.Myitt,. ) Ayer's Sarsaparilla,she hal suffered -,<"*?' :3 / ,- < .T Ii.t! l>v llic .
.. ..I- pleasant 1 use 'l .. will f.iu tlwra -
i -- _. ,.,_ w-' affection =-.2. -r' .t : .... .! i.if in.J
ofI .n- from
a '
nnali Palmer, Cliui'sPalm.r. : for some years J t'i'
.yt-ttt."rT..rr.lorr.ICoca.
nun1I& thl' :1'4 .
fur ( h
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traveling' :i-wit Pi'iiit i iil. I. l"illl'Y..m of the kidneys. Eery Spring also, she I . ',.'-..c.* : : : : .r.. A .
I A ft Mil-t .J 01)) Willi.K.dduk.. !: of :. r > vr- -t- "i'iI>."Sw.Mn'lM.;| do:" .t.f r.t. .
K-i-.n.: loss '
Fr.eU with) .
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afflicted ,
\'Ir.; .'. i was lwalal1f' --S .5- : : "'!" l Con .
COLA' c. .
'j'4 Morning Willie TovMiM .10. !iwiid: T'Wflt' coo-WHY ]O'T -OO appetite, and indigestion. persuaded : r '" .. .._." ,_'.v./r:; :;; ; :.I..t.cJA.arr': MEANS & : .

her to use Ayer's Sarsaparilla, I 1.-.., '". ..' '. ... .. mass, 1
l 1) a''le' Krif1"1'! I'm hit iIli.Z n -ri \.iiitig. ;.1 "' ,..,.,. .i .-"* "* St. Boston,
WeaiVMirry) not to : The TKM: .1..1'1 y Wt'is. 1)1 iim1i. > ATTEND which benefited her wonderfully. Her )1..1.--.1. L -& I 41 I Lincoln I ,

iillWi" the l'\"lwt'l'lillg : to lei! .% \v Anime! iti.d t : K-ldi"; Ku-ilulT! .1. R 1'.11! i bit.mau.h DUNSMORE'S' Business C health is now perfect. Martyrs to headache _,.w t..r.hL.
OU1laT Oflireis now( pivp-n-nl
to. |' should tryAyer's "
( I I { sale
1 l.i//.ie 'Fmii tier. Hairy'Agin of for by
'otlllllis.iOlu'r's court I' ( an.l artistic .\ :3tlll'h'.1I'1. lu rpo"'e bv tb"Lt'gi, iMure. ..,.. of the above Shoes
of tlu-Co.inty. ( I rUssfwoik. l1I'Y Chnh-s I Dva'Maj '!-. ...".,.," .. E 'l 11. line
I*"" linton Il'.i.I'I\I. A'I ttl InitF1ftl Sarsaparilla
B v : uti !taI
* if ami tn'n ,
rsflic ""'rfrfjl"t'i Ut'owhigf'tl'tt, ] :1>h speria'.tv.j: C'eI me see .Ics-ie San'l lr'. Ar.nnS.in ,n. ui-tiuttiur. TtB hr s by Theory aDd. Adual t Starke Fla. .-
. this week ) [ work a :;ie >:tiit1t". I .. 'h..tbcr. fuel by tkio'y Oftl:' farnlomi* ALVAREZ .
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4 i ,, <-f<- .* '. Co.Lbwefl.M&.Is 'J. G ,
not K.uh. fn frr (
has M. : ttimoaiaH Ayer
Julius and '
clerk in'inratfon Prepared by & .
1. hIIsiIis&. i in c-oi.itthc- when wai.t stylwhprinting. ; , .h1 liii > 'nitrs. tuntutiiim* inl 11! Tr.J. .
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. 5s rur" Mimliec I: you & > J'V.>!>ni: A .. r. fur pub. olhoffer.: I .
.r 1 ha.l !time t.. pivp.ue: a t l'V' I i i .

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9 : 1INURATEM. ., .apU AB'- : Taken with Conmlslons. T CATARRHAND
HOUSEHOLD
SCtENCE- AG1tT UtTURAL. Planet
c: : <.-, _._. MATtER& A AND '. i1o
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"Electricityhas: entered sort. For the .
t Recipe > of J HAY- FEVER
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S1 00 SUO 00 of gives
!:: i6T angler who wishes let his line float, rme' and let ,
L..r...... t 60 3 .5'. 800.5 Uti lO 00. to TOPICS OP COD FISH.-Pick the fish witnessed by myself, wife and ER7
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-- ..,......,: ... 15 00 'l0' S 00 a 45 00 gently 'iththe stream, withoutythe INTEIrS REIJ.TI'ETO stand in cold water over night; p t-in.8 "facts a all four seeing ctme.ELY'S .
s..l ..:.. on 10 (i(, .001" 0016500 trouble FAR1 it two Mahommedan servants, HEALTH
of
8 1 watching it, a little electric Si : with sufficient milk to cover I
b._ ......-. ..;.. '10 0. IS 020 0000 saucepan I the phenomenon'simulaneouly, and CREAM BALI.A .
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4- arrangement has been devised whereby a S well; when it 'boils, thicken with floui vii.

: ,each Ten.,nbreaent etnu line for the grit. and fire- cent..for pull upon the line closes the drcuit 'andrjngsa The Canada Thistle. and butter. .of not an for hour a minnte:" "At or about so, 8:30 0'coc11n. Balm inlDOStti1' I 1 RENEWED

pecial me for luarton upon applU ; bel.Frnch This evil weed is the subject of COOKtF.-Two eggs, one and one-half[. the evening, while sitting at .. KIDDER'iA I )
. t l lon &t the office. who have in. dissertations _; .. _
recently many annually. Here is the teacupfuls of sugar, one cupful-of butter,, of khitmutgars came in from the outside ,
-.- my 'a
. ; a SUBSCRIPTION RATES. yestigatell tIle nature of saccharine put tI sustance of the last we have seen: "The onc-halfcupful sweet milk, two teaspoonfuls and said : 'Sir, just step out' and I'7I2F4W.- I '

.. on. record the fad that this compound I Canada thistle while subdued somewhat I cream of tartar, one teaspoonful ol I what a tamasha is taking place with '-
One I -
see &F
year. S
- I '- MX mo.th.........v.HBO 78 traverses the organism without anrnlera- I by frequent and repeated mowings is not soda) nutmeg to taste. Mix in enough the star Sook'-the native nam'e for '- / 4fr .

1 AImubcrIptIonsmtetbepad Invariably In ad. t ion,"and that it ha!
: vance.Cotnmnnlcttlons. Lrcrlmlnatlon In fav r of anybody. ; .its sweetness is not similar to cane ;! thistle root has numerous points, each: bake in a quick oven. there was Venus, large and bright, butt '

: p .r j upon all matters of In'.erect : sugar, as has been asserted ; it flavor is ] one of which has power to send up aj NOODLES port Sour.-Beat three eggs I strange to say, falling two, three and '- --

,, eolicltcd from all parts of the county.1h. loa slightly saline*arid raw I shoot, consequently while the main salkI very light; add flour enough to make a I four feet at a time, then oscillating from I : piiii ii 4',

e According to recent investigations by; 1, :and( its immediate root connections arc I stiff batter, and a pinch of salt: roll! out I right Jo left; sometimes dashing to the

1h. jlciterttl D/recferi/ Dr. Chon, an eminent authority on the ; killed it does not follow that the nujncr-/ I thin, sprinkle with flour and roll up tight; right and then to the }left several feet at .

j trjOTED STATEYOFFICERS.1EHATOR4 subject diffused is"not injurious 1 ous one root points are likewise off like cab continued in IYREClRE FOt
I f daylight destroyed I begin at one end and shave a time. These movements and) DYSPEPSIA; ; ;
, to the the great desideratum Iu fact, they seldom arc, and herein lies Be is boiling and INDIGESTION jj _
i : eye, bage. sure tat.the soup ; rapid succession, were plainly apparent PhyMrUm sent ni tft>Jr'apero al of S

: I Hon. Samuel Pa>co. Mont cellxHon. therefore in aitifirial illumination being the The secret best of the plants irrepressibility when they are dropped in. toni! at once; but thiswasnot'al., D Orer, T\l.IS..I najln that that"VI have It H ever'ii the test*,il.-:preparation'Tor :. Ic 7r .J ( 1(1'( f/A

--" VVIIkTnKon Call,Jacksonville.JIEI'RESESTATIVES to imitate the conditions rif natural results gained when the LEMON PIE.Take the grated rind I .Venus, when we first saw was, say, II.tle'Uon heard thlY jf a can*of l>. ,fpepilDiaESTVi.IN $ where -
11/I
light-thatc, it houl not be dazzling; thistles are but in their early bloom and and juice of two lemons, add one and one apparently some four hundred "yards I : wn taken that was not cnre-1. -

I .' : : t bllUl be yipplipd bountifully, should before the seeds, have formed. It is also of two tablespoons ol above horizon. While watching: her, we m "" FJDR CHOLERA INFANTUM* i i I Don't allow yourself to break. Keep n''
Tiret Dl ,
II. sugar
K. :M. Davidson cups At
first
Qulncy- : well hal YouthJIealthyigor. signs rofaj:
,! f f econd )lrit-Iou. Cuarlcs Dougherty, Port the eyes, and should bursteadily' a rain.to cut during or just before a warm small piece of butter, yolk of foui observed a star'some( two Jar.sp to. look: IT wn.i.ir WILL TURE STOP TIIK: vuMinNii.iN MoST ,urLvATrAsF..IItF1A'Y-\ :I back bepn use of. Wcu.a HxAtMB of S

f Orruige. : beaten eggs and one quart of milk ; bake at) above suddenly fall and I u IT wn.r. UKMKTK; .(,,.:. MMTIOV.I. I For wea. men 5,delicate women. Eeiies
V. __ Cures ,
f.
CIRCUIT COURT: I ''oml'lal"ro ami din nn> I i.irrhia.whK'h pfgr. Dyspepsia Mental
r > Fifth Judicial! W. B. Woode It has been assumed that the palwhich n with ano ndercrct. When done pom there remain. "We were anH17ccl Thenates For'Iummer mreUi"lirei-t results or ImiN-rfet't "ligestion.DlUEStViIN *WealmeM, Nervous and General? Del Flmflical ffi"

lanta, Ga., ;) CruIt-lon., ( a-dgncd. At' follows the stinging of the nettle, j A Remedy Against the Curculio.i over the top the whites of the eggs beatento exclaimed : 'The day is at; 1' will, .ffiH-tan for all Imm..1'ln< nut.,"ftire.li.nlern of 'Fever and Ague Nice to take,true mest, '
Take IiYOKSTYM.N: p for TORPID '
f JII.. lion A. 1'ardc-e, Nc\7' OrU atii. La., Circuit and possibly other plants, is due to formic !i II. R. B. recommends the following a froth and sweetened; then set in the and so on. We wathcl Venus (SM stomach ; they all rome. fr- m InolIK..n..n. Ante: equaled SWEATS, Leanness, IJV Nervotma Progtra NICIfl' .

. e It. M. Call, Jacksonville!! U S. Attorney, Northern l acid. Dr.) Haborland. of Vienna, demonstrates '! plan for driving off the curculios from oven to brown. rapidly descending unt dipped the rK ToiinlruKicMfor ttle). If lie does 11JKM'YM.ia not( hare It ..:11'\ \iAe$1 d yrr liar larK tout: heavy labored or restless- ep elbaulted'

,. Hlf-tricf.l clearly that this is an error. : plum.. and cherry trees viTo a the } horizon. At times I aml we will! send a bottle t.' yiii.e.jir4' rripiiM.Do ; tired, languid, faint. "AH. iORE" feIj ,
get APPLE MARMALADE. apples '
Wipe
,
liuuneureliable.
distress in the back
Our head.
or
S W. c. Bird. to "wml money -WIIIt
MaraJial! not hesitate your
o bowe';
: f I'hilip \\altcr, !' :orhrr!: n.Pietrict.c. ilon.TslIa"msic. It is not formic acid that is emitted by quantity of tar and nu ol iron pot heat 1 well, and do not pare, but core and slice size and quite bright, then again hardly ahUO".1'11 twentv flvpvear,4.. A : or stomach.' f 1,6 for !5. Druggists t. S
\
.*, these stinging hairs though just what it the pot over a tire it the visible. the phenomenon described \V>I. K. IvIUDKIl V tJ. ;;re. E.S.WELLS.Jersey Oitr.N.J. .
f'C.llmphn'J s, lel.acoll, Clerke. Korthrn ; carry to them. Have ready a syrup of three Perhaps :"aDIi fn1 u rill! ('lieinl...s.'t: .lolni-t. N.V. .
> m.rnt: is the Doctoris not able, to determine. I It[ tree, put in some of the tar and hold the i! pounds of sugar to a pint of water, can be explained by some one a'typsHiPiSO'S 5--; ,

''HiIII,1 .. Jark. TEHMS NORTHEnjf DISTRICT: may lead to examination now that the pot so that the tree is well smoked. This ] boiled quickly for live minutes. Into versed in astronomy. again, repeat % JOINTSPAYStheFHEJCHT! ,

oniIc! ,frt Monday in Dcciraber. generally accepted belief is done as soon as the fruit is what has been describedwas seen by .
seti that
i Tnllnhai-tcc, :Monday 'r'ebruary.. dlmonstrtcq young : j this boiling syrup throw the sliced apples f w I It : \
i 1'cnsacola, fret Monday la II March. to be erroneous; i and is repeated when the soot wears oil I. and boil quite rapidly} for an hour, reckoning :- mysel wife and two native servants, : y
!
.:. u. f. IJISTRICT cornr-Northern District : Prof. Manuel:) Marazta has discovered There is no other plan so effective as from the time of its first boiling:i by no means have been im i. 7 5 Tan I....\YnjQ 5i. li...P.ftIeU.rSfl ... liraI. I

f Hon. Tboe. Set'le,.JackHJn\'ie,JII I race of'dwarfs*, not more than four feet jarring the trees twice or three times a I up. Stir often. It should them be' .agination." T .ie Biia ani B>-. Rn' tvt '.. >

)\L v..M.<*.Oitl.Hird.* .! : .Attorney. high, in the valley of Itebas (Gerona, day, with a sheet slit on one side so as to 1 L clear, jellified and rather stiff. Allow SQfO-.. t ',

"d," riii.ip \aier Jacksonville, Jacksonville: Mar llerk haL Eastern D 1. Spiiin: ), at the end of the Eastern Pyrenees. : cover the ground under the tree ; the J 1 three pounds of sugar to four of apples. TM I Not Singular .Ft rr rf tlt Bis n thU*N.(- ;piVr:'I. .1 r an,t .tir..t!.Ir .lit* '' .". '.. ,.

il-lon. All the individuals; have red hair, ,i beetles are very inactive and fall to the I CHICKEN JEI.LY. Boil achicken in as That should be least nppresensiye I;: lONfS Of f* IGH MT9. y. 1:
::
: conClmpl'es
1. C. : Clerk Middle Division. sheet from which while all their I S S .
WIon.TalahlfFC 1m..U'jTO\ .
broad faces they are and -
gathered '
strongly developed jaws, : conllton.
C. CkrkVeatcrn Dlieion. fat : little water as possible until the meat friends urging themtolte 4 -'ii. J"
' no">c*<, and eyes which are oblique( : put into an (empty fruit can with somewater L( j falls from the bones: chop it more careful are about exposure! and overdoing. It: ..ard fa' "fo' f S /: :. ."

TERMS: those of Mongolians. The males have and a little kerosene oil in it, by and with salt and very tnt may well be considered one of tho mo t alarming SI000n .'ubl Mlrfnryr -.. Nrr- CCBE TOReunrnoK Cox { -
Kaptcrn Divif!Ion-Jack souvHle which : i i season highly pepper; symptoms of the disease here the patient .
fret Monday I in no beard save a few hairs and the sexes jtlicy are quickly killed. with C 1).101111, is free '
December. this the plum trees inclosed I ; put into the bottom of a mold somej is reckless and wi not believe that he is in i I.....or PbY.I..aa 1Vr.Untr.>|.hat KolanleNrrvc I from -a ".'
Middle DYlloD-1'alableee. Crrt Monday In I arc very much alike. They intermarryamong arc some slices of hard-boiled eggs, then portion danger. you are in this condition, RIUpr.f:111 t"r"* 3<)Ca. Ir rb M-I.el'Co. Opium in 'form ,and ,
4 February. thcmeclvt", live isolated fromtheirneighbors fowls kept in the lot and fed there by j : do not neglect tho only means of n-rovery.S. 13 N. 111 h "1..l'mla"pIIlG.1'! _. *"li. "1 an 17ggiSO. any t : -
UMtern Dltlgion : of the chicken then sliced egg, and I soon be in _-L therefore
-Pcnsncola: first Monday I In scattering meal about the trees Avoid exposure and fatigue, regular >our perfectly safe. -. a
Iarth.J and have no chance for 1 one may till the mold is full. Boil the chicken habits, and use faithful}' of Dr. l'uri-i's P!O'g Remedy for CatArrh-ls the .... J'
i i be sure of full of plums.JVeiw YorkTimes. ." It has saved I If yon have a withI .
STATE OFFICERS. improvement crops water down to a cupful l, season it and "Uoldenldical B*t, Easif-st to UK, and C'liAaiv'st.C cough > S
thousands who were steadily; failing.THE
'- tnvcrnr-Edward A. Ferry Tallahas ee. Some singular objects;which appeared i, pour it over the chicken. Let it stand: I -put disease of the lungs ", ..

: Atoll-nenerll-. Cooper '"lahap8 in Berkshire, England, in January, 1871, i on ice, or in a cool place, six or eighthours births recorded in London every week ATARRWSold I so much, the better. A few :; .f
: Secruary State-John | Farm and Garden exceed the deaths by more than a tlioii" inil, IIS I _
Notes.
.? Be. L cra\rord, Talahaa were describee by Hev. A. Bouncy at a for the jelly to congeal. I there and during the next tenjearsthe int'n'a.in i bvdrnctiiHts "pnt I ll mail., doses are all you need. But 't.r,S

-, (:omi>troll r-\V. D. Itarnw, Tallahagfce. late meeting the Royal Meteorological 1 I Use evcrj- endeavor to induce the birds is any fear that it will not be firm enough, tho number of inhabitants will probably' be COc. li. 1'. J luzeltmiVarrei or '. .. _

p '. .- Treasurer-K..\djlllut-Gcnclal-lh"'ld; S. (1 1:1.: Tallahapsee.Lang 'J'ahappee.! Soriety. A little before noon a groupof : to build near the house and barn, as they i I soak a little gelatine and add i to the nearly three-quarters- -of._a million.---- if you neglect this easy ;:L

('olm,,>ioicr Lands and llil''aton- air bubbles, resembling ordinary toy are the best insect exterminators. stock. FeautTill Women 1 h means of safety, the slight X.: '- .

1ICh''II. Tal.haF 1'ublic cc. balloons in size and shape, were seen I to Buttermilk thickened with wheat Are made pallid ;.tlnnatra.t\.c 1,1 fnnftion- PATENTS cough may become a _serious -. -1-
f Suprnntcndent Instructons-A.J. Rnicll rise from a of snow to a considerable al irregularities whih Hr.li'I'c's "Favorite I. I ..
TallaliBF-oc Je'c space middlings and'ground with plenty Useful Hints. Prescription" Thousands matter and severalbottles .
1 Comniif ioner of } and then to oat infalibly curl. I) 1 .
: A. Robinson, height, move the of testimonials. B .
Immlraton-A. best
.#; Tallahatfcc. and don n within a limited area and tat grass. for grovyingA Milk bread dries out faster than water } -dlg- -- C. No chiuv unlos patent- 11-.->"."IIMHeid- -firrulnf- -- I will be required. f f1.1 : :;:'

. -. BtTIlEJIE COPItT.Cbicf bread. JAPANESE ladies are rapidly adopting the
4 Jnt-tke-Gco. O. McWhorter/Tallahaci-ce. equal distances from each other. After A dairyman advises the European fashion of dress.Don't -.pA TENTS Procured.aa'I! LESS I It cannot be assarted" that I
-p. A"Moci318.tlIt2ee-en. J'. lallahareee about two minutes they were caught I by against common Do not let stale flowers remain in a I cot.. tli-iii .*; :!'>- vl-e- I every case of Consumption may 4't t'y

..". K. 11 Van Valkt-ubnrgli! Ja\1 1Iy. ; an air-cuirent and borne eastward out of practice of selling the calves and relying sick-chamber. I hawk, hawk, blow spit, and di" gnst 'rn-c... Bent,j A of II n-rVr.K- II.I iu I.-<.\un M'A-TI l Inv m 'U.' 4.ii.Imailed I'al-I I *e cured by this medlcinw, but' .

upon buying fresh cows as I with your offensive breath, but use UI" ." \ <'ItSOLDI r r itistruethatthousandsofljveswill
.. the very risky, everybod1 ""1.\11111'1')0 I S7 ah k )
Another
S rrnuc LANDS-U.S. Lands. sight. group rose from and often causing loss. In boiling a pudding leave room for it I lr. Catarrh Ueme(b' and enl it. S II I be saved if they do pet d- '.
S Land. ofllce- Gaineeyillc C.Tucker, Register.BTATE same spot and exhibited precisely the]L to swell. cooked in a mold do not hit II I RlI get I'cnuInnA' l 'f rtrci" lay too lorg. I
Sheep droppings I I THE Gentile votes of Utah are about 13 percent ERS Ioh'I, ; Omrcr tr-Mrl' a\'. r .
UND same; movements.In i fre highly concentrated full. riilLeitii Iu-rrter of '
S of the who biimity
T J'. Land "Tallabairee C5. I. Mitchell and should be carefully saved, ejuimber. ;. ; Zm-arV: ;|:ir.irtirtnr; : J si.r nofef. II I ; By druggists. J5c. ;. .
fce Com recounting some of the scientific Scald and the skin be I .... ,,. ..* ., .
mUeioacr. the best mode of so peaches can removed If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr. Isaac Thomruon's !- -ut f A.W.McCormick &rion. >--j o l> .C4ntiMiKOPATI '&
mix
doing being to : ,
discoveriesand inventions of modern: much easier than with] Eye-water. Druggists sell atc.. per bottle
by peeling ______ *. I f
them with the compost heap.It !!I' !IKM'Jf.M.: I "'I.-: I '''!1:11I,1. 5
t COUNTY OFFICERS. times, ir.Jolu} Lubbock declares that scalding. GLUE' | .f !i ; s 'Ixvni'fi, : t. .r. ,rih>Kiii .
ROYAL mends anything! Broken Chi.I
.1 recent show that old[ is true that it is better not to pick a.t.lri-SN\Villi.INI T *>IiII'-. M J I I1 '.' : s'i ,11 i 1'1..t.Blalr's I .5.
investigations many T1aCi1L5SVood.. Free Vials at Drugs & Gro :
Jude shell crushed and shaken in
County -J. R. Richard. Egg glass
the
small fruit than to mix the berries.
principles have far wider Great'English lout and .
of a application
fler
Circuit York. bottles half filled with water will clean The best medicine P'iJls ..
COlrt-I,1. : cough is Piso's Cure for # 4.
f-\ Shrriff .Jl. W. .than w IS suspected by those who discovered Quantity does not pay as well a quality, them Consumption. Sold every where. Ii3c.Nervous J Rheumatic Kcmedy. .
S
lit Tax Cullcctor-B.A* efsor-N. C. Wainwflcht.. them-as, for instance. that the] if the commission merchant is faithful. i i quickly. Oval Uox.tl_ : ; i on nil, I I IMI. I

; |,e utrnlerl{ of Srhooli Htynet.u Dowling. formula of the law of gravitation, as i is Beets, carrots parsnips and turnips I In baking apple or:neach dumplings I -S OPIUM 1I1.lhil'III..tI..Tn'"II1 -1.1..tf! trial.i Beat REsEALLu ::
L !1. fill the two-thirds People III .M.\\|. 1 KtMKIii i-ii. I_. ..tlt.,*. In.1.l.C1OI.I
Oiniitv' Suvvr.-Jiihn- I I' <'. K. now known, applies to electricity, and are not only acceptable for feeding purposes i I pan fulf water; they In time. Sold br dnvci t8.TVTIIK .
I f4'Hn'y 1'.Iilrn.scrsL.Virkov.ki; | H.V.. Mc. of 1 are not so dry an. I ) U worth 5I.I> |1" r |ioiiii'i. I..IT,. I ". 4..
a
S to other modes of force. Theinvention themselves also take earnestly declare it .
K'l.i'iy.t.. I: lifaselcy, John M. probably they promote I Who Rod's Sarsapartlla: : ". 'but, i- vil.t..1 t. ...11.. .1 I I' ., i I. I:t. lt'r".
t V. Mii.tll.; \nvrelslnd of dynamite and other nitrogen digestion and keep stock in good conditon. : Wash yoJ tat iron.in, soapsuds and', glres-us complete and permanent control of ourI S4 .

compounds destructive force i! dry thcy'at all trouble I nerves." By regulating the digestion It also overcome .. .a dnjr.. Sampler,.* wortl.'jl .,FRHS '
as a you I S 5 !! Il t III;! Iff till* lour ** fei-t. \V AXLE
S CITY '1 !, *> dyspepsia anil disagreeable feelings In theI lirew,1..1's..r..ry ,,, S
OFFICERS says Professor Lubbock, promises to playan When a young tree runs up in height by dropping black specks. I headache and heartburn. By action Il"lnllui.j"r0.,11 > Mlli.Morpliinc FHA.lER .
; ; ?l"rnr-T..A. important part in the history of with but few In custard set the i .tmah.eures ts Habit Cur-.f lit TO I Sr&T
S branches and baking contain i iI GREASE-
Mjr.l l Knlht civi7aton. strong a pan on the blood Impurities are expelled and the whole OPIUMto lit 2:> dis- \a i"utult! i-nri'd. 1

$5 *'lcr III-F: .B.111 Chemistry has yielded a large slender trunk the top should be trimmed'i I ing it into another pan containing Iiscaler ot ,,, boyt. benefited. I Dr.J. "ir.lieii, !.Hiioii.Ohitr- =f"(;(' tlc Uerum'-WORLD Sold Even'There.acltla. V

4 A*i"i--'%r-I* I)larl"nln 1!' ofconpounhlsjo} prevent disease off a few inches, especially of the main and it will cock much bit. 'i "I never can thank TTood's Sarsaparllla for helpingj 7' -S
ir.s'irerfl.I! H.Jon and alleviate pain ami for the use of the shoots. j me 1 much,.When I boan taking It I was confined .
I ('ity. \nm"v-J. V'1Is. A few leaves of green worunwoo U 1, !I the bed all the time Now I am the best E.R fh6Best F- ; ..
1. In connection with the scien of nearly up OW
.\!. 1'lcn-ohn Richard. J. M. arts. cs It is best not to allow a tree so to scattered where black ants t '
Tale
Truby overload congregate, part of the day have a better appetite than for five ,
10J.: H. Alvsrez: I). L. Alvarez. heat, light and sound, much has become: llC f
"
known the application of which has itself with fruit as to compel the use is said to be effectual in dislodging timer ii. 1 i I ,ear and am not nearly s nervous as I have been. KE R Watclroof

/ greatly increased the and of props to the limbs. The fruit should 1 L I| A few drops salicylic i acid or oxides )R.Ass A.HAILER, Nlcetown Philadelphia. :: '
I comforts : Cost I
Tin figures rcnpecting immigration be thinned out, leaving only the s ,'of zinc mixed with acacia powder is a Hood's Sarsaparilla S ;> I
pleasures of life but it is to Fht,
J electricitythat : F TJIJt\o.>sr.TKF.Ri8..urs..t .t .
for the fiscal year which ended June I 1 the largest number of choicest. i| remedy for excessive sweating of the t Sld b,a druggists. $1; six tor (j,. Prepared only t\ I u Pa, .,.rati-.t st.ryfl. '1""ue nov 1'01 i Eo 8LICI I .It andnr a perfect seeD,i 1DlcoaI Y01l4ry "
n'efull\n- b C.I.HOOD *CO., Lowell, Bu .mnI' lute: rim-re nr..fhnirallon..l .4
The Jfuxbandman Apothecaries 311'' p'ISIi ; ( griluine WithOut the '
hands. t"h
I that :
the .
:!11.<' lnJ-7, hava the Boston Journal, tions are due. says farmer .L Ih.C.t5tIade-DirL 1"ra:! !!-1 Catalogue! free.A..l.1'o..r.orrtoa_. )In -.
.5 .. "'. I who his iOO Doses One DollarOCKLE'S
picks out fattest and best -
f' sheep i Oilcloth be in -
uiic '
S Vu't1" tuw .LI(vat tin nf tree n SL I may improved appearance ____
'
k Two Noted New Yorkers. and lambs to sell will find after a time, by rubbing it with mixture
large have been exceeded a of .
tuy severalr At the corner of Ann and Nassau: his flock so farrun down that nobody will I I ,; half-ounce of beeswax in a saur-crful OC t ; "' I -

years in the past. 'Iho number of immigrants streets is Henry George's office, says aNew care to buy.Yonng 'i turpentine. i] ANTI-BILIOUS THREE HEADACHE, .

as given by the Bureau of I York letter to the Albany Journal. turkeys over ten weeks old arc:: For I P TJp,1\L. At -
sumac
(dogwood
1 :, ) poisoning make] ,
Statistics, which I About a stone's throw to the northeast usually .._ I p_
arrived during the on past danger. They will be, strong solution of alum water anil:] i; PILLS lI ; .--

I i fiscal year lS-6-'S7( was 483,110: exclusive I Beekman is O'Donovan Hossa's. A little tender until they shal have the red face,, l n bathe) the affected parts freely for a few ;! IIEGREATENGLISHBMEDYr G rab 0 r& f Df'A Krmr'tr'.. fitomnrh fornM Dics3 nntt Bowel.of the Liver.. A poiitiv 1d.. ,
U further in the direction is the i but after that TFo 1 wa er fir .
1 of the same sanc- they will be hardier times and it will effect Liver. Bile, lUll i rile I>7 prp is, Sick Headachd
number which a cure. < .ti<>n. eta. Free from Mor- I Con.tl.aUon.
I arrived from!I'' turn of Shcwitsch and Jonas, the radical than chicks. oury ; contains InIj.'. Vi.L-ftabli. IiiL'reilliMit-i. 10"1111" l.h 'Ic"rt S..rm-, .."i..!, p-, k.-i al 10 art,I 2>.it4.gflUifle' lIose.nnelot"ote.salt i>poonfnl.
British North j A glossy starch is made by mixing together t Agent: f. N. CKITTEXTOX, New CRAB ORCHARD WATER co. Prop'rs. BOld Ie bU1.
HIMON
sj :z America which are nor e*nd aggressive Socialists. Before Johann Boiled milk is recommended : i I York. ---; JONE8. JrI..te.llleK, .
collected at If frost i was .t; to jail for political blas- as a sue a quart of starch, a teaspoonful of -. ----
present as they e.l looseness in
cure
co colts '

were In calves, or human salt and one of white

S this country very largelyovroads. "**.st and I rfls.} U"atts B- ).den in the same neigh- beings, or as a check for chickencholera. after adding hot water soap until scraped as thick tine; I II LIVER BLOOD '

Itwillb .r til& .i.t,. ,4" 'l 1 al.out is the host of For fowls it must be as hoi wish. AND JJt G DiSEASES1

1.dge. Esq. a'ftd magazines, that; fed with a spoon. carefully you i iI ,
dian i immigration I
and The French method of j
JacksT5' administering
41e1 of '
p1ln By the _
.. Canada, atJ ,OJO, Voich 'trou' \ uw.ler the sun. feeding oats unthreshei we cantor oil to children is to pour the oil 'I Mrs. MARY A. HcCLCRE. Crilumlmt, Kanr., I .
tr f Cr save the labor of LIVER DISEASE writes: "I addressed you in PARMFMA BRUITDAGIC. of 161 Lock
L5U.3l& I Novemlier lx-4, Strett
the total lor the be so much the Qd : get into i a pan over a fire break in GEHc.flt'hills. .V. Y. S
yerj_ 525OOQ.\y: rand the straw and moelratC an regard to my health living aUhctcd with I rt. writes: 1 was troubled with
Jur "
; the : men vith potions grain together in the egg into it and stir up. When it is done AND liver disease,heart tr>uble,and female- ru rvous and general debility with frequent
largest j
) immigration in-axjj' *;tad Jhe can hardly his tomach, getting n better digestion of t'.avor: with a little salt ness. 1 WItS advised to use Dr. .1'lLkDEBI'I. f. win- throat and my moutb was badly cankered..My .-
_. put I or sugar or currant HEART TROUBLE. Golden Medical liver was inact'I
clot throe-1880-'dl both than when they are fed Discovery. Favorite Prescription _.-_ -_ suffered much from
whe&<$' fitness (ndow without seeing a separate. jelly. and relicts. I used one bottle1: il)! >ei-slL. I am pi.. -j say that your Golden
was(; !} ; aPlfby.' The most f re- In turning weeds under the work will I 1 Saturate the of the Prescription,' five of the *Di"I'I'1lI1r1 il"\l, liscoviry" uml 'Pellets' have 'cured me of all these j
G-3 edges of carpets with a cry, and four of Pleasant Purgative 'ats :id I cannot say enough in their
be Pellets." I
1881.'d2,788.g91 ; thrown unless be I : My health be praise must also .
___ (; : .: otnetearc those ofr. away they complete- strlng solution of alum water to destroy gan to Improve under the use of your medicine, and my &trengt fay a Will 1 in reference to your Favorite l'rescription: as it "
i
& .George. The : ly covered, as covering the roots only I 'amo back. My difficulties have all disappeared. .1 can work hard I IMS provejtfelt a ruobt excellent nredicine for weak females.
4 t grants is au interesting _t later and ; i an Inpaintec floor, wash the all day or walk four or nmiles It has te';* used in "
Jt with his head leaving the tops out of the ground I floor : a day,and stand it well; and when my family with excellent results.
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: important feature to will V. it down the carI I I began using the medicine 1 could scarcely walk across the! I> >.i',.
: .. conder.'.F.'i' / C idengthe brevity of permit them to continue growing. 1 pet Do the s ime puting where black I most of the time, and I did not think I could ever feel well again.sf17111.room! I. yspei.. \\rtiE: .'-JAMI-.SL.1 win troubled COLBY with Esq.of indigestion YucatanHouston, Co eat '.
several t \ I have little and would -
years Germany blue; Open sheds in the barn a baby girl eight months old. .Although, heartily ai-d
,]I n wea a plain yard are serviceable n appear. delicate in size and eh-* is a little prow poor t t he-same rime. 1 experienced heartburn If
.. ,: ing the : of '1 : 'r W* 'When he is in I appearance, she is healthy., pive "ollI'rI'ItI"SfJU.. stoinnch I. and many other dioagreeable '
( the dies all J
l army immipI'ant In' 1882: ., rr 8ml providing shacle-n summer Equal parts of strong ammonia water, the credit for curing' me as I took no other treatment: alter niMrM Aniii to that" Bonier.l i I commenced symptoms common
4 :. that country SJ-r, Uhln'ts te.,4cnCo"S and iu affording protection from:I ether beginning theIr use. I am very grateful for jour kindness) and i JP 'Gr-M-n l1'dieat" rakingyour t
and
flrished nearly one-third b alcohol form a valuable cleaning r thank God and thank you that I am as well 1 Discovery' and 'Pellets,and .
; driving storms in winter. as am after years IHlIGOnr.TcS I I litH now '
Every barnyard > entirely free from the
of .
of tho l suffering. dyspepsia and
enormous total of th tyear- ybagEndayinn le Snd compound. Pass a piece of blotting I ] am, in fait, healthier
) walks
q should have than 1 have
frequently been
briskly for
mcmm
an opening shed if I mtma Mf'J.J.V.WEBBER,of Yorkshire :
t ::O'i:30;: out of 78V-W2-wLile Gr, at. Jbdispo/ his watch when on convenient. I' paper under the grease spot, moisten a I I 1'W.1.. writes "J wish to Bay a few, Cattaraiigus words in praise' Co., THE SYSTEM otii live> years.and one-half I weigh one hundred and seventyJ'j .
the / sponge first with water to render Lllhn I your 'Golden' Medical pounds and have done as j
e' lirita'n, including Ireland, furnished start/alftof I11"?! he proceeds slowly It; costs very little to plant trees i [ I Purgative Pellets.! For Discovery': and 'l'h-isurit: dOne 5 u'l'ork the past summer as I have ever .
1 along reedy then with the live in top .'
,. as tireJ ; mixture years previous: to 8un: length of time in .,
1 7'!' '?. (' antTTwings his bag to and fro. the road and & I taking them I was a great medicine my life. I never took, a ,
: clman.has led in numbers Dr. JIcGlynn wears black when they shall reach a rb the spot with it. In a moment it is severe pain in my rIght pide sufferer: I had a the whole!hato"l'm.t to t..ne up the muscles and invigorate.
itil issi; when Great trousers and fair size they will add to dissolved J unable to continually was sjsttiu equal t& jour 'Discovery and 'Pellc!.Y. ,
t took waistcoat dark something the i saponified, and absorbed by do my own work. I am happy to .
Drita l a alpaca coat and value of the farm. J am now well and strong, thanks to say Dyspepsia.THEIU.SV .. CASS "
tho lead with 112,548 to Attractiveness is often the sponge and blotter. your medicines. "I of Springfield Mo, writes: '
from bral-hrilmei straw hat. His massive t was 11..11..1 l one y 'ar with !liver
as much value : Chronic Diarrhea : complaint, dyspepsia, and
as when I Cured.-n.
? Germany. During the last fiscal year fon as he walks and he usually of farm fertility disposing Decatur Street Xcw Orleans Ja. writes LAZARKC.: "1 used Esij.H75 three an
.i ii it (Croat; Britain furnished (! seems to be listening intently to I n S i:: A Bloodless Man. the Golden Medical Discovery: and it has cured me of bottles chronic of writes Chills am! 'e'r.BC' H. E.NOSLET Jfonmor{ nfiS.C, 1; .,
"Jjtst
) 1iO,71 as c companion saving for he is The earliest I.imn beans,which are usu. :, diarrhea. My bowels are now regular:' I took: August I' thought I would die with chills and fever :. ; t
seldom
i. ;
follows : Knglaud and Wales! L found 'Physicians and scientists you limseovu-ry and 11 stopped them in "
: 74,7fr3; alone. He and Mr. George usually lunchat ally near the lower parts: of the are at a loss avery short time. S. \ :

Ireland, (j S,1SO vines, should not be until to account for a strange freak of nature ..
; 'kotlnJ. 18S3.( Ire I popular Trench restaurant on the picked enough "THE BLOOD iS tHE .
land has usually been the largest con treet at about half-past two. On or more have been allowed to dry for.seed, as which lives a few miles from here, saysletter LIFE. -_;' b-' '

of their next season they will produce earlier a from Berlin Germany. .The Thoroughly cleanse the blood which is tho
tributor associates in the 1 fountain of
to (Jroflt health .
Britain's exodus but propaganda than the man whose is digestion. a fair skin, buoyant spirits. and by Ucjl'u. Tieree's Golden Medical
Otto
t usually them. higher grown seed. name fc"chreibcr, ap-' Medical bodily healili an.l'iJ'lIt" will I In <-t>t.il.ii5liiI.Golden Discovery, and good #
during tho last two years Kngland: accompany .Mr. George S parently has no blood. This fact Discovery cures all humors, troll the common pnnpl*, .I"I/! S
and l leans back Where was poison. Especially has it h. or eruption
in his chair against the wall sheep are troubled with proven its cflhacsin curing S lt-rheum to the worst Scrofula. or bloodFeversores .
p > Wales have led. During the last with his elbow on the table and his eyes I and maggots they rapidly lose flesh lies, a, discovered lc>s (than a month ago, whenSchreiber and Swellings Enlarged Glands, and Eating Ulcers. or Tetter, Hip-joint Disease, Scrofulous Sores t

six :years and l half Dr. (; (they get but little rest and have who is a corporal, had: a duel Rev. ASBCRY IfOWELI Pastor
Kngland McGlynn no of E.and
1 Wales co.el1 preserves his I appetitcs. !! with a fellow soldier., INDIGESTIONBOILS Church of the -If. can WLlk with the help of crutches. He does not sutre.-
His-opponent Silrertnn A' .
have seat us 37tt,'.'Sl immigrants stooping ltitule all listens gravely to Damp pastures arc also injurious, him through with a } but ran flicted with catarrh and indiget-tinn.J. BUJS: "I Boils was and af about 1>.lIn. and tlm i.annt' months and sleep as well as anyone.. Jt.has only been any
blood
often no since
S'.OU ht'
i and Ireland 3')O.j) ; i may said. He is chary about causing foot rot. The sheep should 1 flowed and he blotches began to arise on the surface of the 1 eariiift h.I,1: words commenced using your medicine.
1. hi Germany's con into conversation iu : always be sheltered at night. i die not appear to be skin and I experienced a tired f.lingnnrl benelit' he has received with which to express" my gratitude for the
entering public BLOTCHES through
tribution last I harmed in the dullness. I you.
The began the
year was man use of ] .
least was Pierce's
t O he is so S
l,5W-:4O as fluent as he i is Carrots are valuable as food for all I iolden Medical Discovery
I talkr astonished that as directed .
lens than ireat i Britain and on the lecture form. kinds : Oto no in him for such by SI'.ha DI..ea.e..Tbe DemocratandNew. S
41,000 les pint of stock and difficulty complaints
ThI two men I '00 bushels may l bo( him. time T began to feel and in one week of ( .
killing Since liko "
that A .l'ltt.rtdfJtUI1TJJland.
have let a new man, and TERl6ldlE : )Irs, .
Stlys
am
i than tho become one of tIle raised now sound and well. ELIZA ;
on-hal number of the sights of the on an acre, but arc The Pleasant Purgative Pellets ANi I'UI.g wIfe
turnips Leonard
grown h his the Poole .
year comrades amuse themselves are best remedy for bilious i. vii Ol >rt*
l8. Xcxt to Germany Sweden and town and arc invariably }pointed out by: in preference, because they germinate: ing j knives and da.'crs by stick- mouth Il4i headache, that I ,have or tightness about the1,1sf, and bad taste in the or AFFLICTION. of.imii a ,/?. torchUr Co., .'(. has been cured '_
through Eczema
friends body ever used. My wife by Dr-
e to one another. from the seed sooner, and arc not easily floor when she could not walk across the ri.irr f ; using Fierce .4
Norway come with with no injury whatever not liog-an to take your Golden Medical ii8covcryThc disease
: ,7l, a figure overrun with and weeds. even drop Now she can walk Disemerv/ peareil flrt in her ap-
quite little feet.
a
g grass of blood ways, and do some extended to the kneeS
which these He visited light work.1' covering t1. WhOlt' ( f h'
countries medical
have Carrier Pigeons a lt'wer himb
J exceeded in War. I It is from feet to knees, then
S but not generally known that: hyacinthand college in Berlin, and in the of : IDA. M. Srao,* ,of Ainmrnrth, Tnd. atOwlo ii' ct..iws Slut be-amo 84 severe as to her.MIs. .
twit'o. t
presence ;writes A ftu'r prostrate
S Italy is next on the li&twith Steps have been takCl in nearly all European tulip bulbs, lifted after the foliage: the hole college had a sharp knife -JOINTDISEASE. M3 little boy bad been troubled with hip-joint: eo:,,men.l.dli4*., t U"rt-i I eat liv of iera! physicians for a year or two sho
47,5:12: the largest countries to l begins to die in run disease for two veare. When he misu' .1 namu'uj above. She
contribution establish'military kept a cool, dry place through his mouth use of commenced the itt-iran ii 1111.1 tS goon
by coming out at the your 'Golden Medical .iieiMr flV wi-il and hearty. 311-s.
( Poole thinks
nearly one-third. communication by means of carrierpigc'ons through the summer and reset in October, back of 'Pellets he likrov-ry' and the i.e-i sua-tl tier lift'
liussia, Finland, and his head. No mark whatever was confl.ned to his bed, ami could T. .\. t'i and prolonged her days.a .
in time"
not be lirs. .f
Poland sent us 8(1,887( of war. England, produce the most abundant and perfect I: was left. He was then examined now, thanks to your Discovery moved without' he sufferinir great t> iifl. Hut VOuch, for tIn' above (ad .i1arct! .Derchester CcuntVZiId.,
immigrants last Germany I flowers. This by acommittee is able to be all the
:, S. IIanl'( Belgium and Ialy is worthy of trial ) of distinguished up time
and
year Bohemia and have surgeons,who
i t Hungary 10SQ7peoples definitely organized military The white and brown fowls confessed
Leghorn them"ehc unable
\, '- which, for tho most part we pigCon'fen'ies, and some have subsid. begin to lay when only five months old., explain the miracle. Otto totally Schreiber is to a J CONSUMPTION, WEAK LUNGS SPITTING

are better off training establishments I They arc non-setters white inthc OF BLOOD.
Denmark lay corporal German
without sent with the eggs, and I army, and next GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
I I H.500 and switzerland right to use the pigeons in war. rank very high as eig-producers. They year, when his time is he will and nutritive cures Consumption (which is Scrofula the lungs
5,21.:). France This method up. exhihit properties. For Weak Lungs, ), by its wonderful
.j, I is a country which of (communicating originated are, however small! in size, and do not' h himself in Berlin, Paris, London and and and kindred affections, it is a sovereign remedy. pitling While of it Iilood.; Miortness t Hrcutli. Bronchitis.blood-purifying Severe invigorating
keeps her people at in China, or, at least, inthe east,, answer well for market as do the America. It purirtes the blood. promptly eur.s tho se\crcs.t Coughs it strengthens Coughs, Asthma,
a larger: rapidly builds the
S S home, her contribution 1: st year being ami it was most likely in use by the I breeds.A .wasting diseases." UD tho system, and Increases the flesh antI weight of th'siy ii'lii..lS. system

but 5,034 and ancient Arabians. William of elow the,usual standard of health.b-, ...
fast horse
only 26,277 Orange is not the best The Glaciers Consumption.
EDWARD
S for the NEWTON
during the orJaska Ont. of JTirroi/'wiifTi, mit- '
and
:
c; last six Napoleon! I. used these messengers plow or cultivator writes: You will ever be praised ln enrvi my .Iumghfer! of
t. : years. as.such. horses not The Alaskan cure in by me for the rcnmrkn- ('II th Attu'r n 'rerybad lcer located
/ during their wars; but the glaciers are, to my case. I was so reduced that rjitiir nlmoM c\crythmg
frn-mlM without
greatest service
: only soon exhaust themselves, but the all who according given me up and I had also been my lia.t nil I'ra1lr J iIret'1 '.( ie tf aucccsswobie
p ; THE predilection was that rendered in 1S70, between I driver also. The best work can I| had seen them, among the chief went to the best doctor in these parts.given up He by told two doetnro.* I tin-n IuIrnii51 lb.- i r. I US eiimtiiurc5 y.r; Discovery/ Which heal4 it up
usually wonders mi that
for |
of
tea Paris and the was only ini-irun*
over Tours. a
punishment
great in
cofe be done with slow Xorthr region my case, and would S
not ,
a
l or chocolate. by the the animal, as the grass 'and the trip to them m mmmim m treat me. He said I iinl.-rtal'! > to $ ,,, ansI heart
British of
During Paris might
siege and Cod
of the try liver ,
,
public is i loO.OOO and weeds can thus country liked oil if I hiiik: i t.r .
;l more that t'n' .
ficial easily be de is fast as was the only thin, that euro
shown near GIVEN
the and UPTO could SSffiS&S
becoming
by dispatches about possi-
report of the Coffee Tav- 1,000,000 private stroyed. a popular one for bly have any curative power over F liii-, ir }a'IUM 1
i the consumption
.c ern' Company communications representing a I summer vacation season. The far advanced. I tried the Cod li\er M WASTED Tl '1'-' ". S
:
J'' S which is contained in'' The St. Louis ItepuMitan DIE. treatment oil ns a hit c.'nsulnirtion; ; and:heart :
I Davidson J but I i-rn'
not
t i money value of about $3 ,ouO. were conveyed says a Glacicrhas was BO weak I could not kwp s-leuItimig' 3oli 1 had
it
wasted
5 the report just published of the few of our progressive farmeis are :between :;JOO( :predlitou' point on my stomach. My husband, not feelnur nks-l'f,1- vuM not sleep inrt away to
royal by these pigeons. In this case theme'ssages adopt ) and () to give Mat isili-al A SKELETON. nor rest
commission ing a practice 401 the me up yet, though Inlud lumtrlii, for t m- n i-.li'.l| ,(,die i to be out of m&nz
S. S for the Colonial and Indian were reduced by common among English ;magriculturists ass extends inland to everything he saw advertised mo S tI-n my nuisery. .1
microscopic lofty summits s'.p.illu't nu, snd
S. tltr of you told
your Goida iiiin- me had
c. j i Exhibition. The company sold during photography so that a tiny,piece of silk field and growing carrot. as'1 I of about 4,500! () feet altitude. It is at the and, to the surprise of Medical SSn WSNK t lie, 'h fl lIle tlt4 lnr Ira if sIll!11g 1110. but It would take you time. I
a
; k S the one and crop. They jbelieve there is >]head of and rev laWil Ws'rl flhT'a'flt lfl all. Tito first tw months
.. exhibition paper three-quarter inches long no Lynn Canal, better free from that .m I-was
13 55[),(O cups of tea, by one and one-ijuarter inches wide,; better root for cows and horses, sheep and'' 'I Chatham Strait, and north of Juneau known as I have been afflietod territIe with eCiijrfi rlmellTnati..in vtijrti f,1;: -,' ..- Ha' lii' ,,, ,,,, ,,,;Ii ia'iml.I I ', :18,1, l.PriPfVt'; nk up any in flesh favorable and aymptoms,
ii
't
and years an iiiinit''r I
0 .OO cups of coffee, and 56tO cups could contain :3)0 m"s-ascs of twenty oxen. Carrots cause other food-grain, :Douglass Island and cast of Sitka. Th of your now'Golden feel so much bu'tt-r that I 1HII-v,., with ii a'.,,,. fiilfling li 'W h. lt i lii', hw, l'v step, th signs and strength.realities ofof
of. chocolate.SEXATQK words for to digest to 3tedical DiRcovrry.'I will|| |lii' l ri.liijI- l.imt MIrelV deveIopej
each, or 70,000 word The example, more easily. water close to the perfect health I nMr hi' themselves.tinuatton .
total would 1tI
Ii Mial '
up frowning say to these who at 'tIP tniridrt'tf
height i arr flln, ( and siDonna
that ,,
J -5---5--- ..Th terrible a prr- flhi.1 and am well
dispatch food disease
thus 2 that is !
p arranged weighed at most I given the hen should I j deep and clear. Back of the thing else first consumption. (l flt (I.) Ius I dial. : .' (tmir 'riv''l ,

-' y 'EDMCKDS has received a i less than one-ijuaricr: of an ounce and I contain all the elements that exist in the j j''Glacier and the Muir (Glacier Davidson the south early stages of :the but dig'age take ,tho and(thereliy nhlen M.IiiitI I)igiti flY Ifl I I'n- t- I ha.) ; i .,,n'linia'q'l..li,',,! In curing Mr. terrible disease

retainer of 2OOO; ; to represent the was secured by a light thread to the tail egg. These are found in wheat, oats, }t.1 and west is supposed to be ferin and be restored to h.'alth at onru'siva'. a?gr' at '1.il ,1 nif., _ Pisi-i--ry.
a itill
'I Chicago dresed-l>eef interests in their feathers of the pigeon. I'pon arrival the corn, bran, linseed, crushed bone, I mingled snow, ice and rork vast, and sea thi ol addressed n doubt envelon, nued for but write TIll', iflelnsiuir tiprr'n ii Mt:41at'Pd.t-Ii.tlfUE(0 q [ ? ,"urn t. MCVAnLAwD, Athens, TJL.

%, battle with the railroads before the In- t dispatch was removed enlarged by pho: mustard seed, sunflower feed, and. i 'district promises well as I field for ex be fully substantiated by reply me.,"when time fora-geiltig ( ,- .f will ] the w.I*:.lc: "M7lf, .*she bad commenced r "tll from

: tography and edph.red.-PuU vegetable matter. Reasonable ( 1 i 1orat ionS", Fraitfiico Ulcer Cnrp4.-JsAC FROM LUNG.; u.4l.-,, M. iIia'al niseovery.* using your
tntt Commerce Commission. Ex- Ktriftr. SericdI, of all of these, varied Chronicle.A RockLa&d E. Dow. Rq.1.. f ,' ,,, '- l-n.l ,?? M She wontS
Co. lISP.
.X. For
S more or less with t 1. u. P. 0. Box 2$), writes jue acme elx
senator : Tim *; Mi, ,
Conkling "dU'appcar for therall.road8. i the aid of crushed limestone S S aj' M '.II- abe. : flH.iinj B0 well that aho J haS

A failure \\hich looks like a success i i3, would afford every elemeut called or gvpsum}for ,, son of King Bell, of Cameroon, I Golden Medical Discovery Is' Sold I by 1 4 (

if tcr all not to is l'tIt'C )
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.. very uncmmon. produo a o-jastAnt yield of eggs. S J\lia., Germany.apprenticed to a carpenter ID WORLD'S DISPENSARY Mti tr pi. ITtttle, or Sli Bottles for $5.00.


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