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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 22, 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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,?5'> Reports continue to .ome o'f cholera A DIFFERENT. VIEW... she walked into !isr. Dod. & Son's At-;last' one-' Saturday- morning-- sii TE TEMPERANCE.A NWSS1ThMARY1-1|( HARVEST. l

ravages in the Medifrneanbjt: the, I like not these grim sages, who would pray office. was setting' ut.for Ms. Stewart'3 she I L :
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deaths are few and scattered,and tKere is For solitude and silence, far apart Her face was several shades longer, 'met the postma gave her a blue Eastern and Middle The purple wine skins cluster u te dr 0p. I

From the fierce beating of the vast world's when she came out again. Messrs. Dod official-looking Barbara Little Boy's '$ tnbl State -
little danger of a serious epidemic. & enveloP. sto Temperance pi. Tnt race to P'whkbAmercyaht I iWe
heart- Son had not received.her with by sti on the her brth a Some people laugh and wonder shall crnpte.w1th Brti- prnttve. .. The s fe leans low upon.th p .
means the enthusiasm she opened it. What little boys can do the Thistle, "
Who would ere night their burdens layaway, respett-u1 ex f w' was won easily ; den wall, *
r j We would not ,ad vise.any ambitious! And in some cavern's dim and ghostly sbade pected. awkward questions "Messrs. Dod & Son's compliments to' To help this temp'rance thundei by.the Volunteer 0'.91'tho / lastyear's I With their burden and ruddy the appl 0 \

:1 .young American doctor to accept the po- I ...Would Hurse their wounds and count the to answer and proofs and genealogies ,:Miss Reed, and beg to, infor her'thatMrs. Td Roll have all them the big look world behind through them,; .. .- winner The Volunteer in the great came in international fifteen( boughs il, .
that contt
sition of physician to the Ameer of Afghanistan battle scars she had. not been prepared to Elizabeth proved the When they were small,and th ut l of the Mayflowi-r, and was m The pear and plain bend down 1 t eager
answer; indeed she had half fancied nearest kin, and heir-at- rd like to remind thentThatlittleboysmakmen
The received in consequently just >upon officially selected to race with the reach
if offered him. they
[ it were Tat many hrfoughtwa they took her for an impostor, they had law to the 500 left by the late Mr. JasC !1- .' .Thistle fo the America's cup. o a .
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?' Ameer recently had a boU\ on his arm. been Handford." '
: so reluctant to part with any infor JOSEPH CILLEY, the oldest ex-United I
c He ordered his physician to cure it. The And tell the agony*the s.wor-thrut made. mation. She should hear from them in Miss Reed folded up the letter and.putt The The bud acorn becomes a loe States Senator and a veierpp of the war of The polished nuts a drooping from sheath"
This not life, nor is this longing meet few and into her grows t 1812, dial at the of ninety-six years in of burrs,
physician put some ointment on it, and i a days, in the meantime she must soberly jacket pocket. She ,The minutes make Nottingham. N. ag few since. bug
For men whose blasted lives again may kindly fill in the answers to certain had realized'before how much "i just the same with me. tlays The golden gorse I weaving a fJ of cloth
this served to increase the pain'tcmpol'- questions she scare.ely but I growing A wow AN, who was a few years ago private 4.
I'I bud on a paper they had given her counting upon it. There .s a Secretary to H,in. Jani s b. m ofgold,
,arily, whereupon the Ameer ordered the For me ah, this would seem t me most 'And I thought I should almost have was nothing left now but t put on a. .And a temp'rance a can boy; like me air by everybody, is now washing, The.airs are heavy laden with t balsam of.

: physician's head chopped off." This was sweet- had it in my pocket by this time," she brave face and make the best it. -. :Tb make a temp'rance man. I bud a Havertiill (Mass.) rurt the firs,

. .done. The boil is slowly getting cured To stand breast high within the seething said herself, ruefully. "Well, I must "Mrs. Stewart," she said, knocking at .1oth's Companion. Drink and dissipation brought. t th .The.aster's royal splendor f a marvel on ..

. i flood, have patience for another week or so. It the door of that lady's sitting-room m before cnditO., the .
by the course of nature. is she her How She Cured Her Hushand.A .- : M. CHAMBERLAIN ha'l p declined the mold. :
Unsheltered t the noonday's fiercest heat, sure to be settled then; only-only began morning practice, "I ** Massachusetts Labor party's nomination for

;'iI' On truth and right bestowed my I'd have liked to have something certainto want to tell you I have herd about that St. Louis paper tells hofr a woman in Governor,his place has: 'hon by Charles- m .-,

:'t. : Mrs. Hendricks, the widow of the late ,. .best blood. hert's tell Mr. Lawrence." legacy at last." that city cured her husband who had become E.ki the candidate flel Lieu tenant- A fender flash of Summer lingers still o h
k Mr. Lawrence "Well?'' Mrs. Stewart looked addicted t the use of liquor of the habit of and
; T Vice-President anxious politicians Alice M. sympathized with her up from eor. I plain, _
: assures Shof.BABAA'S saloon where he met apt
&';:; over the delay almost as deeply as she her desk, pen in hand. '. frequenting of acr There was a large party SEVEN persons were injured by a co1 And on the fields close stacked and o the 1
that,her. :husband's correspondence did with herself "It's not well said rmpon on the Elevated Railroad ini3rooklyn.A
when she told him the Barbai trying to and her husband was 'oodsaglow;, I I.ere's
::!- : will not be published. In the first LEGACY result of her visit the next day. Barbarawas smile. "There is some than I the jolliest of them all. He k just telling GREAT stringency iu the mone mket'' a..sod of harvest singing,and a .9. _

}i place, she would not publish such a book quite struck with the way he seemedto am-a Mrs. Elizabeth. Drake. She getsit how he exainiiiation had fooled his he wife bad with story at'the of an has Street created, followed considerable by a drop i\Va sound of fag grain,'
all-it pass Cu quit i -
f under any circumstances, -and in. the "If- any relatives of the late James enter into all her feelng. was 500.' ext that nghtt t the door opened, stocks. Appeal many And a sound of flashing sickles a the
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9 Mrs.
laid
"And Stewart. down her
they did give and business the Treasury Department to <
an pen and'in
you she a one-year-old baby I come and
)J.. second, Mr. Ilendricks never kept"damaging Hanford, some time curate of Widston, idea how much it was likely to be?" he patted the girl's shoulder kindly. "Never Inherarnls.Shedidn'tsay awordandthe adopt a more liberal policy in the purchase'of ... w ers g t

. letters. His wife went over be still living, they may hear something asked. mind, Barbara; you may be glad to have pry sat l.ttue while she went up to bonds, and thereby give relief. r*.

five trunks of once looking for to their advantage by applying to "Not exactly," admitted Barbara missed it some day, though it's not'pleas- placed the babyin THE Massachusetts Democratic State Convention The sadn ps of perfection lies in these sweet t
papers Messrs. Dod & Son, Solicitors King ; his lap,wound his limp arms around it,, held in "'of-tr. the .
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I letters from politicians,. but failed to street." "but they were so cautious I could tel ant now. There are many other good and walked out withot giving the others a following tis-ket: Goveror.nominat HoD B lt dy _
by their manner that it must be a good things in the world beside money." glance. Te silence continued about a minute Levering; Ueutenant-CJorernor, Walter cl morns and eves and no"
find Barbara Reed down ..
them. the
put paper with deal "It would have helped very nicely, thought over the matter. At Cutting; tSc:Tctamr of Stat', John F. EI ofmellowflre; ., J
--. ..._- a jerk. don't know if that is altogether a though," sighed Barbara. last he got to his fet with the baby in his phy; Tr'.ufel. Henry C. Thateher; \ *'Asontheful1bloomrse that its _
. "I wonder that means me,"she said, "No doubt arms, looked at comrades helplessly, and ney-G W. Corcorn and Auditor for .
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Although it is said that: only fours criterion. These old lawyers are'very ; to be, so just own decay, -
E' I and took
went out a street adopted
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silver dollars of the coinage of 1804 was thoughtuly. James Iy grandfather's Hanford name deceptive sometimes,"he replied. ""How tr; and forget it. You know you are not the was not seen i a saloon G<;n..'*c] hme? H endorses Wm Fr.Cok. Cleveland's pIBtfor administration Too fair and faultless t leave room for
and
I ever, you can get that paper filled up and utterly dependent upon it." : ; urges judicious of the tariffin for .
-f 1 1 issued by the Government they seem to know he was a curate, but I did not sent in; and I would not lose any time As Barbara crossed the hal to the Statstcs as a Reformer. accordance with ruction. sg .- hop dei.Waxwett Paine.

!,!) 1 be plentiful enough.. John A. Pearson, know "there was any money in the I about it, if I were you," he added. school-room that afternoon fhe encountered The application of the facts which the tion t Cngr, exprl1 all "offensive -enni_ ,

:: .: of Indianapolis; has one for which Ray family. I John Grant was the next person to Mr. Lawrence. lie was standing at stc can gather respecting the effect an sy pri"sh I

. I mond, the actor, offered him $800 not "If you think it worth while, go to3lests. whom she had to explain her non-suc the table buttoning his light gloves. She u of intoxicating liquor upon those ud b dscbr.e. : PITH AND POINT. .
Dod & Son and find out who and indirectly thecommunity -
suggested saw at the first glance that Mrs. Stewart a vici up' .
f', : long before his death. Another one is a shaiy-featured elderly lady, cess. I had told him of her present South and West. .
"Just what I Miss disappointment. She influence in favor of and
owned three citizens of who sat at the table expecte Barbara, more temperance DouixfciCi i M. MESSINA, a New are usually presented due
Jerseyville Oleq i
by hesitated instant Bil .
stitching opposite he said, is never sure one then went straight temperance legislation than any other agency. grocer, peru-hed with his entire of I"

;.. 111., who gave a traveling man $lCO for I : of a chance of that kind till one has up to him. The Federal Government ha already entered wife and .f 'Jr children in a lire which destroyed tmew
0 afterwards "Of course I will!I" Why, there may "You see I am not to come into a fortune upon the work of collecting and presenting stort-anddwelng. The.crow is a sensible bird for ho seldom -
.4 it a few days agoand were ; be five thousand pounds for actually got it. \\oufd not build uponit statistics relative to the cost of intox S ants his mouth without
waiting me after all she said FRIENDS of the condemned opens cws.-
... offered $500 for it in St. Louis. Still there." in any way, if I were in your place." 80 it quiety. 4 to the people in thi coutr. It statement.to .. fats getting Chica A Watelo Observer. "
I he up
seems not
"You don't seem to have had for- the effect the I a ptition i al
another is in the possession of a San I "Or five pounds, more likely supplemented tunate in that retorted a looking up from a refractory button. Stt expend annually pple millions Unit country appealing ? Oglesby. for I nevef was on the dull, tame shore,
experience
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the stitcher. way '4 than national mery. But I the great sea more and more
:i Francisco and there are said to tie But it was not much of a-fortune after bio greater our love ;
I man, '. Barbara, ungratefully. "It is deferred another A YOCNG-Englishman named A.W.White- And the steamer's deck I stand,
Barbara laughed. "I'd rather thinkof only in form or n"er
:: r one or two in New York. It is interesting the thousands" in this case and I am in all. 'I thought it was to be five or six debtfor intxicant oe thousands to house,whili bunting antelope in Wyoming!, But that Td give my boots fo land.-Life.

' in connection with this to note that a .r. Stewart; they for a few days." times thii amount.' h one and evil eye the drink habit te mistook his chum, George l Gordon,for a Advice to"young ladies who arnsetting
, would be much to advan- "I wish I had heard of it bear -d him ,*
shot
my :never spoke could not have been influenced by the dell
.1 counterfeiter: recently arrested in Pilts- "tage." "Days!I" echoed John. "Tere's a I Barbara, looking at him in scornful sur- eloquent of appeals in favor of most ANDREW.'JOHNSON:' ; 't1i-. jirost .notorious their caps: Use percussion caps so that I

i burg.was found to have several silver "I know of something that would be man in our office has waited years, i )rise. "It has been nothing but an or the most violent athems tmprc desperado in Kentucky, has committed five the "pop" may, b heard.-Nell Haven -.
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more for your advantage than all the is likely to wait, as far a lean see." i set and hate the traffic. .Men a discussing the sub- mnrer and is not yet twenty-four years News. ..
!t dollars of the 180G issue, the figure six Mrs. Stewart another annoyance. from this standpoint never thought of fear..no jury convict seldom *
money you arc ever likely to get from was painful I Y-CS it is father a pitydisappointing i old' Trugh W The reason that dogs are -
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in which had been changed to four. .advertisements, if you had but the good thorn in the path at this juncture. and waste of time, too. I am before figures and presented who are by not tta absne1" .the h THE in thesecopdErlajofFredMunah-' .drowned*is because they' always have, .

. sense to see it," returned that lady sig- "Barbaramy, dear," she remarked one going into the country for a WeI wkR Bureau of Statistics ;have opened the eye rath, Jr.tha jury sioux City(la.)brewer charged their bark with them.-Duluth Pam

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.i: Congressman Amos J. Cummings, the nificantly. day after school was dismissed, "were Miss Reed, so good afternoon I of thousands of me t a new. set with the murder of the Rev. Mr. grapller. .
Barbara flushed as she left the room I you paying any attention.whatever to the chance to see again." i of facts. To them gho no longera the Prohibition leader.broughf a Hadok What is ancestry after all? "the rich
:: New York journalist, made an address to I. practice this afternoon?" flushed you place to be viewed but a Other trials
to her cloak manslaughter. participation lifewithout
get and bonnet and set out Barbara "Good afternoon," returned Barbara, which swallows the tens man fes well a.sthe, poor one begins
the StcubenCounty (N. Y.) farmers at for home. She was the music-mistress in scarlet. "I was beside thepiano the with frigid bow, as she opened the plc and gives up eig in re- in the murder ar9 t follow. .' I a shirt to hiiack.Clllleto1
thoud nothg
their County .Fair in Hornellsville."Count Mrs. Stewart's school, and had been one whole time," she declared. k school-room door. a wrthene Not THE George Weber Brewing Co.,of C-I! Adcertisar.A .

I. me out," the Congressman said of the most promising pupils in it before "Your body may have been there, but A tiny note was dropped into the pillai but only makes does it the take., money victif 'cn 10,0 hJale WIthUIilJtIse.am- .. policeman declares. that he. has' to.handle
by
in closing, "among those who paint in that. She was almost alone in the word, your dear mind certainly was not. Now, my post that same evening addressed to Mr. thereby vetiI taxation.paupers I 1 never PART of a freights'; Iix&neir- ; about a many pieces of..maIo
must endeavor to this
'!IA' except for a distantaunt with you really put John Grant thought much of,this":matter until Qf IatO,'* Canton,Dakota, : : I .matter aa they do at the tofce.-.e
: f rosy colors the free and easy life of the lived, and after school ended it became unfortunate legacy out of your head for ". ," it ran, "I'm not said a man a few day&ago; "but since my attention collided-with. p\t

farmer. If you are so fortunate as to secure necessary that she should do something the present; you have been fit for very good enough for you, but you hal has been called itI astonished at sons we killed'a'i : ,.J ./ "ONB. it adds woman's
since'it 0 i .stl the number of be in ,1.. ; me t a ben.tbnthehar.bnt -
little was first mentioned. So may seen \, '- tin
toward men '
a'favor- keeping the littte household wish it I'll gog. '
the result of .
tt' a heavy crop as up far it has the try. shops after -speiding their m-t.I.'l., a2 i3i L f. others think a

z. i r able season, prices arc pretty certain to and she had ben very glad when )1rs.Stewart's proved decidedly" reverse It was not, perhaps, a great achievement whue their families.are in.rags and hanger.1! I _. heir.-SC.
'" proposal'to retain her foi; the of-any advantage to you. in the way of composition for a TheSe are the people who suffer most; and if : f bang
',.'to rule low. The/peat abundance ot every- younger girls' music lessons savea hep Ten days: later came the much-looked- young lady who had been under Mrs. the waste which the grogshop cauxes couldbe A Pi ; ; :

t.i"I Ie.; to sell will force them from applying to strangers. Still, not- for communication from Messrs. Dod & Stewart's guidance for so long, but it placed before the people in nguresit vookl Jm ""' 4 that st&e sound sides so deep and?
w Son. in astonish people generally. Not long sI i t but
; : d wn.o the contrary, if the season is withstanding her obligations, there were "They were receipt of Miss1ited's perfectly satisfied the person it was intended 'a manufacturing town in Rhode e -,.d ;' rtftcjjso move tMthrngl .

)L unfavorable and rule high, times when strongly disposed paper, and could assure her the for, and much loftier epistles have ''employer paid his workmen fTWMsf '; '. a_ ____.' lsqutat.flrst.WashingfgmCrstic.
; prices you reny b
to protest against that lady's authority mater should have their best attention, often failed'in that respect. -, a night in n Wm fkicl -top secretly --' ojt' ,:' .

1 have: very little to sell. Escaping the ,"hich was pretty much as it had were hers most obediently,"etc. "Mrs. Stewart, that unfortunate legacy mai kedT" O Monday- : "f need'of your taking"}
wiles of the Barbara it into her desk with adisappointed $4oO: of these bills were in dibghtep to in order that she
tnares 6f speculators and the been in tie days she was."quite a child," flung was something to my advantag the bank bank by saloon or c ( Europe '

sharper, you may not be able to avoid the as Barbar often phrased it to hercclf. face. It was tedious to be after nil," Mrs. John Grant said some.months :r-era. This probably wa an.vxceptibnol_, '.-. marry a title. For $W000 a man 'can be'ennobled .

thousand and evils brought us "She never seems to remember that I obliged to wait in suspense like this. She later: "I don't know what Mr. but the amount'which ,wag earners Iq; .in Hawai.-.hr.a.Ji TriTe .
one upon '
-; am grown up and able to would hardly know how to get through Elizabeth Drake did with it, but I do de at the grogshop is oLc-i '

.. bjj the sin o'f Adam. Indeed, a farmer's own affairs. It does not manage follow that my the time but for Mr. Lawrencc'satention know I would not change with her. The I t many- families.' -Boston'Joum number of phoogphe Jn the ,

. -'J lileis continual warfare in which more and warm interest in upshot. I '" J States has eleven
a because I was her pupil once she has any missing it has brought me far more happiness I Inhibition's Omnipotent\Wi '! *
.: parish in the first skirmish than survive right to interfere in .his manner now." Grants's indifference, not to say than the getting it ever could." .; thousand, but you can try th m.al and. .,

She down scepticism, .on the subject threw up his The mlhtie forces are not' : .t do- fUl* justice.Free i .
. ;. tojdraw pensions. It is a warfare, however was marching the road, her make noise or show- t get .a picture t you '' '
head well up, while she argued the rivals superior qualities in fqll relief,andyet storms a tremendous racket, j.IJ, 1)t Press. t : ; .
Twain's .
thatrhas life While mater Mark Courtship. I '
a recompense. times when Barbara felt me g : .
were 1.
_ out to her own satsfaction, when some .. in a house is struck by 'd you break that l limPJ" vj: *
'(.: ytfa may som'Himes.eel the tug of war'' one quietly fell step beside her. just a little puzzled that Mr. Lawrence Mark Twain has been the subject oi I tree is blown down,or a frehe 1 !I 1" u teu it .-J .!_ 1 c.;+* -

nipre keenly than those engaged in other The shadow vanished from her brow went no farther. With all his solicitude, many good stories in his hay, and the which.do considerable damage.desolation.'TWWfclone bk it." said koeas"I

like mist she and looks that said more'th'jn words, he appended one from the Indianapolis I very terrible and leaves IndianUnds7 .' ..know,.bat light breaks.1* "It' '- '
pursuits, you are..in a position to enjoy morning as looked around. in track. But both pass over quickly,and cress e bn ilBiir W)1 acres,a' : ?
unadulterated "What are you in such a hurry for? I never absolutely committed himself to Journal, about a trying moment in,his in it very short time bme a mere memo.On ,ra ehBm4kinz o a 'nde your head dOeUrk tben "

most of nature's r'd" could scarcely keep in inquired anything more binding than friendship."I courtship, is worth reproducing: the other hand, and het ',81c acres. Th receipt*from the JIrv Testy was goin t.natelj .
1:: Ilana' you sight, o '
Je: : ,. blo>sing: <. You: _Jyou are laboringfor the new comer. can't ask him," she said one day, As every one knows, Mr. Clemens 'sun work on noiselessly and without atat : lands, aggregate '10,', ; from ,he didn't think of it.-Bur ..
I 'It yel! sales of Indiau lands$1,484,303, making a
: it yourselves! aloi. but you are not. It was the subject of Mrs. -Stew'art'sadmonition under her breath, as she'walked slowly irst met' his beautiful wife while on theffios life ing and attention all the to joy their and opration yet on earthare total of fl2a'( aM. A FELT W.T. -

". The. product of !o %ands is not only the her drwing-master-le\er home after one of these "actident r' voyage'of the Quaker City, and due in a large measure, to those silent ,Te'sia young fellow

,. wealth but enough at his profession, but of his industry meetings. "But, oh, I do w shhewould : he pursued acquaintance after theirreturn"so forces. Gravitation is another hidden force, years a score,
national
foundation of our and she say straight out what he means, or else closely that at last the young and it also is mighty continuous and all-per- FonIZD"'I Who hath at mot
the welfare and general dependableness makes vadin The combined roar of all the cannon THE British Parliament has adjourned until Or on the sa-hor .
? it depends feelso ardent ,
upon progress had the keep away altogether. one lady's one- d.ay cabled .the
not highest opinion. Not so I papa ; could not back the con- November 20.j With sad prodigalitySquandered

. .I of mankind Miss Barbara, who was fast developing a unsettled." and deyoted Mark inteWs-jjrivate.. study quering Europe legions of the first keep Napoleon, but MEXICO his,been celebrating its Independence his store,

II -- -- very warm sentiment for the good look Poor Barbarwas to feel mare unset- and said, after some* preamble !., ") r. 'Jack Frost whipped him out of his boots in Day with great ethUia President Now taketh nocomor i '
I ing artist. tled still before she reached home. It Clemens, I have something 'to *ay to short order, and without making any noise Dia opened, Congr u cr Pleasuring
; A very remarkable woman is coming young which bears subject of it Those who have devoted them- monies. Hath gone down the past
J "I am going home to deposit my music was a lovely summer evening, and fifty you upon grave abut With its
Influ-
r to New York in December or threatens at' l tb/ flic and, mine. to the overthrow of the blighting TWZNTY-POCR persons were killed outright bUs et
farther she
by
and alter that I think of making a yards on was joined an- importance, at of the rum power in politics have a very and by Ic;but bitterly syeth -
do writer in the other cavalier-John Grant this time. You have been coming "h re for some enC few seventy injure many fatally a In language quite pat,
: to so, says a Brooklyn journcyinto thc city, to King street. on.hand. They are very collision trains on the Midland
I En-jit. Her.picture in the "King street! That isan expedition." She shrank back at first, half afraid of time, and your manner Cleaves no doubtin in numbr as composed with the mighty Railway in nglan The killed and injured "It would fl a felt want, "

appears "Isn't itl! But I have some idea of some jesting inquiry after :Messrs. Dod my mind a to your.object, Now, hots to, them, and are also undera belonged t a party of eXlriont on their If Il fa bttTBit.
their
_4 Harper for September, entitled "Scnora coming into a fortune, and that is the & Son, but she speedily discovered- that my daughter's .welfare very dear tome &t dis8lanta in the that prestige way t 1)oncaster; race -.--__ .

p : (rojsina/ in William Elroy Curtis's article place I am to apply to." he seemed to have forgotten their very and before I Qa"n admit you to her of long a ake power."' The cause AN immense' meteor, described a large a Te Stone of Te Doggie. r

t r upon the Chilians, whom he calls the Mr. Lawrence's face showed such existence. There was something else in society on the footing of a suitor t her of prohibition continua gai .ground very slowly, a railroad car, fell the other night from a Merchantt ,
; cloudless Nova Scotia. olden a .
Barrington.
his mind and he lost time in saying band, I would like to somethingmore therefore,and take this as sky near Once in ye very tye
interest in the that know
it
"S outh American Yankee. This handsome genuine news n a\"erre to Its fall was also seen at Halifax, and was accompanied too "I doan
Barbara speedily told him all she knew, very "straight out" indeed what it was. than I do about.you your antecedents a sign that it prevai They point by a vivid illumination of the sayd an "
.t. Spanish: looking woman is the I minute! You comparatively vote of the advertizing
etc. Stop a whole thynke
perhaps with a little unconscious exaggeration "I may not be able to offer you a fine and like Sanballatand city. P8Je. ..
Prohibition :
party Eddytor, ,
richest woman in the world. Her prop- by way of justifying her first house and luxuries," he said, "but I have must remember that & man may be "a I. Tobiah of old "What say do these feeble A SEVERE riot between Nationalists a "Let me show yov, ye and not 'I .

\ city consists of millions of acres of land, announcement."You saved jienty to begin in comfort, and I good fellow, and. a pleasant companion Jews They forget that the sword of Truth, Orangemen : ne .Blat. Ireland, wa "I pvtt 1 lyne m my" Papyr -- ,

will be and let know I think we might be very happy together if on a voyage and all that, but when it is which the Phibitionst wield, is an invin quelled! b plc. ten participantswere charge yov a penuie. .
and herds that numbered sure me
floyks : are by .of those silent the Merchantt,
4 this wise father e "All right replied'
as a at ,
would only I have thought a question as grave i
try. '
the result of your expedition? he said, you . cblewepl' oi Lake Gen "
.. hundreds of thousands, coal, copper and i > ** i tries to take precaution before allowing make outwanl display FIVE persops were drowned in "and we will see. -
' earnestly, with a clasp of the j about I lor the last two years ana woricea every their action, but move along and collision between the his "
lingering sadly eva, Switzerland, by.a, lyric in
silver mines. of real estate in San- his affections to. So Eddytor pvtte ye
: : acres hard to be able to tell so. daughter's become to the the steamer. ye '
hand, he left her at the corner of her I you irresistibly accomplishment boat they were rulmg-in and a .
;I i" A tiao. and Valparaiso, a fleet of ships, own street.a "I shall be most anxious to |I Barbara looked up him with genuine engaged, and I ask of you, as a work required of them Thrne and dominion KING, WILLIAM has opened ,the-States- papyr: Jon Joszs 259 -
in liereyes. "I am so !" she gentleman, that you shall give me the have gone down bfor the mighty Itoriiamsnt of Holland.Ax A DOGGE ,
works and other hear and deserves such fortune sorry General, or WANTED
; : smelting; potteries no one a tars of the truth. been .
of some of friends in California power great have
"I of such a thingat names yonr
never thought at
:. -. manufactories, a railway or two and better than yourself.The I whom I write and make brought low and the humble have been exalted -. ellllt.r le.B.rdg. Now happened -
to and yt tht00 Pele.ehe
omnibus that least, not in serious earnest, as she may It exploded old world idea! London, did not ttrtne'pff; to .
, .i.; other trifles of productive value which dingy, jolting the that afternoon con- I remembered sundry remarks of Mrs.Stewart's. such inquiries as I deem necessaty, thatis which by it long ha reigned over men's mind I of spttr to<'k rveng"in lJly demol brovghte a Dogge on ye .
Barbara to city ha
veyed
h
:: arc' under her own management, and might have been a royal chariot for all : "Besides, there's lots of other if you still desire ou friendship." I and ha a measure, brought in and Irul 'pavilion a, -ttm assembly.fire to ,.aftersO that Mister Jones (why a lye
Mark Twain's turn. "Sir, of Let the wen and women hal a ( ? nayme) was overrunne
I. : yicM! nn income of several millions ayear. she felt of it. She was absorbed inbright better girls you might find. was now rightue war sure that they debr' Fwir cop1ablt were injured Ierchntt's. o..
visions of her I "That is not the point," he interrupted said lie, bowing profoundly, as became a their me. Let them bring the wit "
truth
the
coming have on rot
Sara Bernhardt, when she was in greatness. his whie quelling there are so -D
.I No more of the interminable practicing ; "it's you, not other girl, I want. young man who respects hoped-for every principle into the light of God's Won ANTONIO frAfos, chiff of one of the bu may g. .
; J cw, York, talked enthusiastically of Try and think of it, Barbara. I don'twant father-in-law, "your sentiments are in seeking the guidance of the Holy ; ureaus of the-Mexican Department,was sayd he, "I thynke I myght ; c.I

"';;:t th':I Chilian Princess. Sir.i: did not like at lessons Mrs. Stewarts for herself else. no Who drawing-could to hurry you, but let me have line every way correct. I approve of them them make no compact with evi or with fatally woumtel" by ne1a Rocba inaduel i.bysiness and wi give you a'.pennia'for :.; ',
some one right and of -. ., f'Y
and hasten to add that you have temporizing expediency in city eDC I eache Dogge.
dealto th
the Chilians. SJc found them cold and tell but next May there might be a new as soon"as you can; means a good mysel mistaken in my entiments toward wrong are definitely opposed to each other; I OFFICIAL ft.ti tic'ef tie damage done by i people tooke ye penile each for .

: g1 iuiicponsivc; bu\ what they lacked in member at the Academy, a new picture me. daughter, whom I may and let them press faa"11 the firm shall con- the floods in Cgvpt"show that property was I his Dogge becavse there were so manye
all ? No down j I Ito Barbara went home in kind of a haze. jour tel viction that truth to the extent of f and t '
to attract man a destroyed ,5O '
eyes tiel be the I and Mister Jones skynned ye. .
ftdwiratkm to
the most
and adulation of great of John you candidly seems to me triumph and error and wrong shall b mode destitute.THE Dogges, '
could a fair She had never thought so highly families were .:
mere teaching bbotes
PaiiMenne of her sex, and I honor your abolished.-New York Pioneer. I Its 400 Dogges and made aD.gloTe.
the Shetook perfect Government has begun
senora supplied. :
chance. Barbara's face glowed with the I Grant and his straightforward dependableness British -.
and thvs .
I am'not in 400
solicitation for her welfare. National League from hydes ,
i. Bernhardt out to her magnificent thought that it might be her hand that a at that moment; but, on the refer- Temperance News and Notes. work of suppressing th which has been ye a. }4.
to give A Bra FOBTTTW
only perfectly willing you Ireland -proclamation A ,' ".
.tountry house on her own railway and should set the fettered genius free. other hand, there was Mr. Lawrence, but only too glad to have an The life of the' total abstainer is issued it criminal convoke, hold,or .0'
1 The glow was still there when she I with his handsome face and dashing ences, am aver while that of the drinker i me or do anything in cone and thereafter added to 'y by 'aTeI. : ,
in tiercnvn t '
natural
r car. The engine was wreathed opportunity to do so, which my ye mtl
: turned into King street and ran full i, manner, and there was a-little undefinedsense would have me from thirty-five years and a haiL tion wt Lage ing in ye Eddytor ppyr.:* .' .: ., -
prevented
Milhrois: and her people had orders to against a plain, rather commonplace, of resentment against Mrs. Stewart, I modesty In Rockdale County, Ga., one person only A RIOT the artillerymen Grocer. :'

,. I 1 ttrc-w tie track with flowers. She en- man coming out of one of the I who had always been S strong, if not en- offering. Therefore permit me to ghe is appointed by the Grand Jury to sell liquor stationed at IJilsa, India, because they were : f
t' young you the names of a few of my friends. I for medical purposes, and not allowed to ordered During the melee many I A Transformation'Scene.They .
..teriainea the barbaric warehouses. "Why Miss Barbara, it is tirely judicious advocate John Grant; i arf _. .
:; actress. with mag- will write them down. :First is Lieu- than ten gallons spirits on hand .old ion were ssnouslv injured. _
. not often find to this and-and then there was this probable keep mor o a business-like in. Europeand -
. nifijCenct that deeply dazzled and impressed you your way I tenant-General John McComb, Alexander li UU.LUU" are very .
!ier. She driven for miles quarter," he said, as he held out his hand. fortune that might be coming to her: Badlam, General Lander and Colonel The Women's Christian Temprc Unionof E GJEEM estimate that i w require very exact in their.methods. My : S
was 'w.is brown hand, and Jaoked at the peaceful evening York of the in Vienna. He had taken .
I a ungloved Barbara W. H. L. Barnes. They all lie for the State of New more raoney complete friend was '1
vn the, .tcnora's land in a carriage drawn bore evident traces of hard service. : sky in sore perplexity as to what she I would for wi under like food and beverages sold on the State Fair $25.o'JO t from here a letter of_ on one of the '
cit
:. : by ,six \torses. She went to her mines Barbara gave the tips of her fingers II ought to do, or what she really wished. me circumstances.just a This conclusion broke Ground Rochester. and No liquor swindlers was were sold, the Canal; of this there best known banks, ad he .wanted to -4

. -: and manufactories: and took away with rather coolly, constrasting it with the "He sid he didn't want to hurry me," the old man all up, and he never asked : faki gme are tOOQ on hand. If the grand draw on it. So he sought the agency of.

', one that had she decided, finally. just wait andsee enough the bank in Vienna. He walked into :
well-shaped "Il long
those the old the a
round-the-
reference wrote Leavitt
gentle Clement
more nor Mrs. Mary engineer
; .;: lierja: gift Of jewels that she would not t lves
pressed hers a little before."I how things go. world the National Woan's and the wedding office had a in frontof .'i
will through blg.bmce
whch
L-ne: looted\ for from an Emperor. So came on some business, Mr. Grant," I For another week or two thing men. mon Union, recently had canal g. and a # dek and holes cut -' : I
is tinued to in much the audience with the King of Siam, who of the of the Atlantic Pacific of customers. He '
Bcrnhardj had a very profound respect ahe said. "I bele\"e there a legacy go sme A Warning to the an for the convenience ;!
Crows talked with her in English,and much glory !
: for advertised in the Mrs. Stewart wore a chronic air of disapprovl swe Oceans will be the crowning walked to the first of them. A
for waiting
1': per hostess l and was ne"cr"cary of ; An old farmer said to our Livermore "interest in up m
the solicitors John Grant was visible. Only th tmpr cu handed the letter
and I am going to see He
papers, of magnineent came
-.j expatiating on her wealth and power. now." was to the fore with his Falls correspondent: "There's DQ trouble Wi E. o"o'widely a lie. credit up.to him. The man' at o, .

: .. This \vonan; who has exhausted the 1 John Grant laughed. Well, I hop sympathetic inquiries, but in some mys- with crows if you only three handle them and a fvorly. a very i th cut Ribbon has KATE SHEH.KT, tho Y01ng gir who I I and said very gruffly: "Next window." '

..;. ]pleasures most of the great capitals, : you may get it, Miss Barbara; for terious way Barbara began to find them right. Well, sir, Ive got there is acres around, Gospel Temperance Mission in East Lon few years ago saved a pfrs-enger train My friend went to the next windw. a .. "'" '

,; has;for soae been contemplating aresidence self, I never had much faith in legaciessince irritating rather than flattering. She got half and a good cor haven't as touched it. Ill don addressing nightly 1,5 t 2.5 people, from destruction at a wrecked railroad man came up, took his letter :
years
here. they '
I wasted twenty-five shillings once tired of having the same response: s over 43 t. aec looked at it, smiled pleasantly,and said:.
it i New York, and it is reported in answering advertisements about one." "Nothing yet," and of hearing the same tel you how I do it. As soon as the crows plee : :, :- bridge near Henry Creek Iowa, i no' "That's all right. How much do:you" 'i .. <

;. th'ai!; "this inter she means to carry it "That have been a very different polite remarks about his admiration of: fut in an appearance I shoot as many a The great underlying evil .b Payz visiting the"?East for the first time wish to draw, sirP I waff the '8t .
may when corn gets I every effort to get good ; 1
up '
into effect.\ She is about thirty-eight matter from this," returned Blrbar her. They did not go deep enomgh. "If ,their and.then dead bodies, my around the. field, the enforcement of'such..as we have, i the 1.iS : '1 wears 1 .massive gold 1 man.-San FraM Irtl 0 ,
he hang .tl I 'f"'i
"I had better not he has nothing more than that t say system ot local the of the Iowa State _
; :
yeas of agebut extremely well preserved stiffly. you she and they don't touch it. No, sir, the pltic wfcb..gve gift -- .;
have said it at all, reflected i
to
not saloon-keepers morals
1 and ar ,
: in spite f of jthc fact that there are two any longer, Mr. Grant. Mrs. Ste'artthink ought contrasting it half uconscioulywith crows see some of their dead companions ment than im,possessed Df ty aj the : : ;?"I'f'a a life pass OD., Good manners firm good "il
the
"And. that is man and
friends
;c and haven't tasted Qf the corn, ty and educational Inthc.7.rork worn aUe.-Br
brautiful yolng senoritas now in their half dozen like Alfred John very opposite line of mto 1- ( 44!
worth a Grt's
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_t The Shooting of.MacWilliams. '{,*;e U Use I.lol dfisiy IlenrtWi Si11HKEi14J! A D F1
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1: Ccl. William; Mo'.Viiliaiiis, well known H 11,. I lh<:;), why don't v
in the losfstuhcr (4iCCjs j and t'-.r an'' ?.y vfr'f. "I rx'-riillon l-isuiil FEMALE INSTIliTE.j.STAUK12
nnd the
thjs city in fAtt j tatoover; was to brjr.gl-aik : _
for (Tj-lfcnl eomily.
t'aeissuffe'iing tint ('f tiit' ('jreitt t.T.I t; I .
shot and killed in .Jccks tivihle the \ I.er eDon't \M' soc of ScuttniLtr FLORIDA'S-GREAT
? ) on ; s the n ht.to e-j State of 1l..riIdittd the Sia-tU day ttttADFOKl > CO. DAlt.\
IL.t1tII EEELY AT--- delii'iiuC rsuof iettiL .\.1 1.4-; 1I cus-0 therein i eudmr; U-- ,
of the 17th Mr. -*. + ; _
night insl. TJaJigIt fit.itncrvOE
;: .. STRK. tiKtlVFORD COUNTY. rL'iIDA l.y/ono tt -eit tiC! I IiiU:! J.iui'l ant Immvratioii. Cosnniiiv FLOIHUA. I DEMOCRATIC IN FOfiTj.-]
t i : _-. -' -_- 4 -- -.-- seems that there bad been ei sidcrable female v.i aknitfs: ? ft1"iiiiuiiiT aiuL l Simon J. tt'iHj'iO i 85 i-; ;
j -
blr' I.C. WEBB.4 bad bood"! between tluco two; men "for| t4 Al'uitleof t 1 Dr. I llartcr's ron Tonic! w ill s h-inUn1.1"St.irkci'l ftt iitihl '' U'ill open M.iP.iaV TW September- .". 1887n ,-j! "Published at JactfeveTy _

'k -. EdLtorandiroretcr, soiuw'fmiij.vriiHh iir.ally resulted Jts biighlcn those pale cl.etks jnid semi new- tln> t''ir.itt3Of Ui-iulft'iil nnd State of Kl--r li.iri"tr ,-, ,l continue H-r, sc-nrt'-tMic" iwn (hs liviiicd Day In th Yeia
L .. I llu-firct 3tonUy ,
-
g-----i i-Kiil luiiiisoCsalo na
; ; |
;14 _. Siibsintii| >n piie if in advance; above staled. The following wo clip life tlr: .igi! that wasted form; jf yon lo\e << UiuTtUU.iy( Nviul>*-r A. I). 1- '7Tne -ol- into a I'nH -wnof four months. -
.. i:4i ; ltih'r in i-i-l! Ciniutv (if I.rud-! and n Spring Teau t-f six months.. HAVTSO THE zscxrsivi
ws-IIeraid lutxcHigx
from the jit(15tliL''tl
.
.. lo t Riot 1ai1 Iii a.t1 n" &:.<; ]:H-II | : her tsikc'fieetl.Thewtary : '; uiit' _',. s, i
; foot Pil I-'tatH i-t KI ri.ia! : Irfl. I. t. i- UATlISof tUI till. :;;:2.0U, ft.0O. !indI
ubserihtr will bo notified \\lieu hi i "As fara* we inayjudjio fcftni4lio tontiinoiiy .-- --- cf s v4"S v I..sL "f'a "f n->"-':! t." $UbS( iptiOI_ is out hy ,i l.irjro cross after 1 I hits far taut'ii tho I ni-in Mc\Vil- and woe-brgofiy) eXIi eS5l4)jI 't un.tv "i Oil''i! -st-e 'J. I>-.ts 1. -2. :3. I. iw <-fnwl4 I JI.OUpiT payable:' I ..

his naiiio, nnd i if not onlerod othcrwi-ct;, hams drajrifiirhis fate upon bituself. If, I I I"S of the is soon) clian ed into one s"i I it iiwH Ahuivz. ) each month. JI q.ic. f'5.'iO per month, I Jt SriCliL '
dyspeptic
I'fsNVH isfcK f'< of sf'4. S VH of S-' 4aHd NO ledui lionjfiia.lc. for from
pupil
JtiiahS-'i
tl : any
>t> paper wilt bo promptly btoped. when as perhaps vas the cjso, lie was temporarily
th4 KUIerjptIt) cxpive. I insaiic. then imfoitl Ire was onf rtunntp. ;of health and hilarity Jj uing j ixador. It 11"$ if swV. r-v i-;. isS e'j of t-O1* and swHSee ,' time of cnteiinij 10 i-sul of term cmpffoYpiotraitod' 'CAPL1 NEWS SERI
19. e< Su J.Lots: 1. i :x. w'.j s.t lot 4, nw1
Shoit articls of l } iulili! Snleros't v.-jll I Ifri\vevf I >r wi s 4 ant l sn \ ofsn'< tVe .'.">, sv.4' iT H -'I.sX. sickt '_ *> -r by "p'cialtigree- -FROM FOREIGICMI:

be rtwivrd with p'enhUi-OMtod pubiisiu-il. killing (>f Aiiuiiian beiu when i.ccessiry: o 11% h'.t>n 14 wttie'. ii,1* of .s\\-} i.mlr' olsv'i IllClit.
4 but in tiling. vrijc: plainly amiyinir tutki to sell-il -fr.Bui't'b r :-7 Lots: I 1.2. 3. 4. w D
i story a i short nt> .T* ,MbUdo -. Pco.o inxerfisin
%. hot i-.iio toi ucl bug \\in- ::: to oifur-.cvtry advantage; lo those tic.siring BY WIRE AND MAIL SPECIAITY? :
Hams I i dtirms permanently *
rcppatfliy two t'M-e.
P
i n-'i' : ts >" "" x n.4 o st s.'e >' '1* ninKe'lue'ioi ii thorough an-t; practical; ethication .m ,- -i "%
Oet.thliSS. days, threatened to kilt lti'.t!: ;;t si-jht Pi iir 23 cent-*. u' nv.- !4 M>s of : I-us 1. 2. :a. 4 aiiiln "Tho 3fEcsfrrr of
:. and if this was su tlio law uii] ,t nerning I 'S .,f Mr'Hefi1 all! in 1'ivi'siip! live S.itll oto'st at :i Inv. cost honest having In FlorUJ* (
1ttui.i.' l.utt'.t. luSt) S of st' i,4-i I. S.z i'L i'L I.ut3. I imttUCt 1(111( 1 ii'rotr i. Pro/rr-s-rn.-irrin- straij.'niTonvanl metropolitan daily
the slayer. That \\i\-i\ life }:m' ssiciations.;.| sullor that aehn.g I.eaitvnen \ou
bitch I--- Why- &f t..i !, ht t. ttritt s..: 4 at.: :m i.i'i'.V Iced. An cariy t ntrnucc maid regular at- paper, devoted toDEMOCRATIC *
v ere a> locxcnlpttu the J.iiter I
Hillsboniugh Ives > inor- 1'I
county s'joiilytif a Cath.uic Pills? Z. eJj iifi'e'4eetl f uii'iW'3
t'wet'a
with
cuied Ayt-is' $'e i.'or
I 23.) 1 I ly frlinI isp 1 i stances that iiiadnibi* bonifi-iile necessary: Send a tv.o cent stamp to Dr. J. C. AyerfeCr. I. .?. 5, 1. anti i'f s e Sec 1, Touu flsIlI ) information mMiv-ss.! :: and th
: is rjuilc another o'iostion 411d ono wliich! I Iwe Judge Julius S. (irinuell. of their Six Siuitli (if ltluig(' ::l East. aLo. Ltts 1. 2,3, 4. :.. ? proper representation of tha'state'i V
Ij-jv.-ell.; )! for a bd j 31. A. CLARK A. JJ.rriiicipiil.
Capt. JL AV. JXwnsiil not 1/0 a candidate fear,. hII'.' UiiK> ia nnt prepared tonver. .. ass. ii. alt.I .;i't, 1, nw f t II :iaflufe interest-', caused a large Dumber of wealthy tn

for Congress. a Nevertheless, while the l.iwmay attractive album cards. j L LI UI s%%' $.5_ Ileli c t.t'ii t% .44 01 Ii ) to form a joint stock company to that end,at]
Crriiuiell will bo remembered as sv 8fl11 11W 4 t'fst' iu) OY III'4 ttflI lI''ust foiling tbs Pvo (lailiw, tle JI!
him of crime Judge ousts o Kcvi
>uquit society must, I Having in'onr oilicial capacity as nicmbeisof S t, Li. sw ieuiit' a'l ( ) at'i't' ..th:,, o. 'yr-tf : -, s4| --
r : President Cleveland i fmd of l1titig if it does ilS-dnty, consider the hi'll iieiuesthatevihtrii the man .wln). as Stales-Attorney: convicted 4 u4&c 2. st11W: '. uIv .i s if IIW JtEiULD/proviilirrg-: abundant capital; ntv
: to breed snj-h strife t hatred the PlymouUi. Pa., Hospital; Committne (.f lIV1 s.' sY 01 S.4 Sti2. 'ilVtu-tjIip Seveu OllANGit "i terial and a coiuix-tcnt staff of profetikmd '
.'. i and is luckv with the rod. and calamity, amr public) opinion 'it be the anarchists of Chicago, and also bt-en.asked to test and the Suititit o R.ittt' 2! } tt, til. t' if uiW afsi. ; fOLfJKttK, cmlists, they ha\e alordcj the people of Floridi
y prove 4t't tj.lt I'i% v1 i.fv ;
"Joodlers.iOutside of f tLIIl 'v if ow'
l Cook
the '
Twit miserably I1oIevi I I smite ami ( county '
: 'effectiveness of many dufIci tnt;;artieles to % '4 'tM 1 TtiVIit.I&iii SCrII t&etItiL if 8TAKIi-.FUUIlA.: () 1' Ecprescntatlrc Kailj ycTrspaper j
Ocala i is
She will wilh its dens
wither the whoraMlrii
t.flInxviug upward. 5'ttii '
Griir- Si't-
efficient at turtle Judge of
being a very ) i:ttt_ tlu'. 11W 14 Of It V u Si'4' i. lit' 4 s-.i 1-that I la
deecls a ro- hired und the men who disinfectants in sic-k-r Joms ands if a benefit and aa orcaacnt to the 8tM
liaveJiiiuthLTXutioti.il bank ic.\tiKiiHi, I tuJl i-j on'idrrL1 nf lionilhll' be Used as > 7. itot e% (if :iw sv e oft' ti ow i
d< ro frequent tlrem.) '' nni the most oVi of swlj ofsf1 ,. ht-tf U.-s I s }which it ia devoted.
'to be known, as the Merchants'. Nationa1 young democrats of the not I Invest. Attoiuey prcventativcs of infectious fevers, report ot su'4, :if of SM > of s.-', .se1 ol 8 4 !' OPENS SEPTEMBER StlV 18&7, 1 _0
-_-' -- that !Darby's Prophylactic Fluid has been SC !'i. llW't Of llf'l.' s.", of IK-(4 SV.'U Of 11* ..8t'
"Mew THE
Raijroatf Passenger Rates. GrinneH's of the nit conlinues tei tiiths-wit iti vacation DAILY NEWS-HEM-
-
prosecution ''f ia' S"i 1. ii'' t if lit- fk s t Wi)t1er.a :1
T1rV1ovEn WAY.-Pirsident Clc-vc- The new 'tnirer tariff and rules cbisfs conducted iu ma&tcilv 'uiuiai't thoroughly tested during the recent Typhoid (',rIo : J'srttt tuiit t''i ii 5,. _'() Chii-'ti'.i-i' week. : Has the *
govtraiiispoiti.tioii
pa
was a Acknowledge
'Und paju the expenses of his tour out ofliH way iejnic: in this place It proved S Reit '4';ti.'II:, 'P T.in '..,'_; _t.i ILit i p II ti) stark- TEACIJ EliS- t'. Youti .; teachi* if ,
>
f ?
L;. :- threcently of passengers, although it may not have been so inuch to L [ .0I.I sI ti I i% I Ti5 i i Ia fl I, i:,; .iI-t' ( lfl I.iii't'.l j U Iii. LARGEST !
,> own pockit, He will thus ,iuk-about most cilicacious iu staying the spread oi .'4 of ., ..f ta. Ii of iit' ; !IW'i' ,.fnt' natural Sciencejrtul fie! 2S"orinr'l. ; Dcpartauent. CIRCULATION.
sL_ 41OO. agreed upon by the Itailrou.:! h his ciedit because the masses and public- !.. I't. uIt' ii.l I. & l Stt it ti! w olIsvI J. J. Dcntoii. A. 1. {eacher wf In Florida."SUBSCRIPTION .

,4 ______ Commission at Tallah.is.H-u* Fhi., and opinion seemed to bo with him rather than the "fever. .. I of 5.t- ::: :uui.I lit a .'f uie' u It'.c fraiti.l1Vu.st the Classics I Hiirb I r 5Iatheinitics: : ; tier.
-
; % f I :i i ItL I i. tIi. SS' .i I f n e .z a u ii t t rttl inat -
Jhcti7ehs) of Trabuc, DeSoto couuty) which will go into effect on tho first day against him, his offense being a heinous F. 11.: AUMSTUOXC, S. 31 DAVEMHIUT, e ut IIr 1 I% jug 1-.ut: of ltnir.t'l: of Sec :8 Miss 1). I. I'curc, ljichier of Instrumental :

r : .. are agjtatiirg the question of changing Ihc of November pros., will go further toward one, but it must be said that the prosecution ,1 1. A. Oi-i', O. M. LAXIK.Tims. all,..!'l iii a n',.I di.e,14 a.,LitttI s q L.tuu..2,! I&i.,I,I lt-t i I as r t-'%V-re I utiti nnd! GOOD( viicTii BAItf-t"in music ::tuiul| 'ahisi h Its lieniCs.1iulat! i3, The.t4lir ............................

KC.KK.: JAMIS hEm:, Jit. aIIII per Slii iitl1it..........................
: iuc of their town to that of Punta tuning the tiih; of travel to this was conducted without the least scnsatioualisln. nut Is-a: i'j f.l w'i. n i'f s' i 'use' sw ... 4
, If'fswu'iiV s.-4 S.vl'::. "s.'j <-f n.-i! Stc -.7Ul week, payable: \\c-vkh washin.r.iid. ironing i Three 3oiitli9....................
: Gorila. sr.ite than: all (the tiaining.postersaml other It is Ii tie that Captain Black An accident in the Palatka I Herald ollice of of siv' iU.ril t-.l indeed e.\tra. One ?Ioi .
: j that iiiiuly su- > lhUSCRiPTI8NS ...........................
-u adveitiscnu-nts that could be sent out. the-chief for the defense other Florida from JesMi-. Jonestn S .1. TViipKt'! -4. 1SSJui TUITION( PrIt!
j attorney objected the day came near depriving I'lSiction -'s.. .MOXT.II. ; TAXED BY ALL
The clli7.ens : -ijre RESPONSIBLE KM
of
p.-,. JeSoto couuty aie alive I The rate of rauspot tition for jJasscngors to bringing'in the torn and bloody "uni journalism of a versatile and handMnne; nil 1 iteit-- I i.is i d'-.scrilifd I I in iU-i l from Jn<). .1 I'ri iuiiiry 1 )*\ I a t-1tuiet I late $2, Higher
if4 lo the importance ol their educational in- Kicker and viI,- to S. .1. Tt-uijiV! Atj-ySJst is-'j uml
j for each sad evcrv.rulroad* in this slate will forms of the murdered puliccincn, declaring young editor. A heavy ilng on the finger ivi-onii'il in \I.k'l; )" (i.s i1 1 '1. S-v *Jl! rowii'.liiiSixSmitli is.5, ('(ille! ia'e -[. In-trunlcutaIMu5U; : > $3; THE PEOPLE'S
frects, ;us was .shown" by Hie meeting of l .f --.M! E 'leriiis Ca-.h. 1'iir- use 1if instrument .")(' icnK A'U tuitiiiLpapal PAPER
be three cents per untie for all perooas aver l that it was done for a. sensational purpose of: Mr. 11. Pratt, city editor of that excellent ltuiigo : s
j.A : tcachcrsvit Wanclmla last \\eek. clias. r to ji.iv. for ; >Ie iiioiitlth. Inflation fee ltifciitl 3Iany people residing at a distance from daily
twelve j ears of age, and one and one-half only. To this Judge Grinuell replied [paper, caught iu the engine: belt of a titnnxuY \v KiMintsrSept. : : ) conimarjcation
/ way do
fiitat ,
J 1'kt. )* it 'i Kifc.utm.yi+r ttSiuitto not care to take a <
'<. s 7 Sht-i iT Ir.t.If.rtI Uoniity
.. Mr. A. S. Chalker, of MiddV-hurg.'hns' cents per* mile for every person under with some feeling that "If I desired to press, and he narrowly escaped bung scholastic county pupiN.; ; Ecuepajx't.... Soi these and others ii_gUtahiti

z4g1ed; in favor nf \V Wiglituinn, ofJacksonville. twelve and over five years of age. produce a sensational effect and to illus drawn into: : and cuislieil by the machinery.IIis : ., Fkih.r'- .3t11 Primary *7, Ii.tcrMeiliutc: :95 0, I Higher

I -. Each shall L-u entitled lo bag character of the hicerated :, $13.;; ('IU gitte; i5. ; ;
: 31r. ChalkerV liabilities passenger Irate the .murderous nsMiult.nl I I linger wis painfully : one Weekly
4 I "SI>VK AND i.v ViM ::K: U!l' AN KXtTTloXL. Inc school begins October island i is Kews-Herall
4 ; -amount to some $12.000; the assets will gage not exceeding one hundicd and fifty the lUytnaiket I would have joint broken and! anoth'er dislocated.Tho issiutln'.it of tin- &'i r.-ut: Court of the lti! Jiidi* absolutely free to county pupils'.;
without additional and all ei.il ('ircu I of I'l-ii'lfoiil I I I (.'.'i ait v. Kluridit on the $3
charge OUT
ovcr the ]liabilities. pounds, brought iu the survivors of that night on experience (,tVCI.1S furnishes Ito I. "tli I d.iy of Oclolirr A. I I'., 1''7, i in favor of i-W t-.italuguu i-r particulars: : arpply to EVERY THURSDAY,

. S t baggage: ; in exerts of this amount will be stretchers and exposed( their wounds." most convincing! evidence tlril: thousands: TlK'inas V. 1'ortt-r. plai.'itilT and jitriinstven, G. I'. \'( ) Containing the cream of the matter pnlllihtd 1*
F1oritIL's exhibit at the Piedmont for ( '-.vi-iis. dcffiidaiit.! i I have Iftieil I njion and I the
expotitiou charged for at double that charged tii.slelass Junertim.; 2'rt'uc-ipal. dairy daring the preceding seven diyi.
of t lives arer annually! saved by the uo ofyct's % il! si-ll at *>:.I"k-.s.il"Iw-fort-tht-t'unit! IIotied'>r>ral
:: .. iu Atlanta attracts a great deal of: freight. Tlicsc. rates are cheap: Proceedings of the County School 1'eetorul. It I Starlvc.: m tp! coil 4y ol'llra.lfonl ninl Mattof :
attention.' This 8aarc|. Cherry spoodilycures i-'loi- .la. diiriii I, ;- the le;,-.il hniirs of s-iK. I IOIJID.V > IC.til.WAV : AND One Dollar Year|
) only proves what can bj eiuiiih and the b nelits that will be derived all atV-etions of the thiot; brouthial t-ii the lir t MotnUy tin. 7Hd.iy \oveni.er

;:; c. done 'Florida will only make an vlTorto from tUn will \\jc inr-alcubJjIc: both to.(lie The IJrard met in Starke, on Oct. t 87 tubes and Innird. .1.. 1 ii. L" all i-t the isjht litL- jfii'l i"t.r.--l. l.th NA vIAAt'Y'$Y.TIMKC'ARD AdtlrcsSf .
,, |iiil I ZIU.! et itti!li-, i\liii-li tli"aiil tnvi-n uvtnslia
|
f $: advertise her resourceM. tlate well to the railroads.- Exchange. at 10 a. in. Present J. 31. Lucily, Chairman '. IX Tt T Al'JL'; 10 T. T STOCKTOSL.
as as I >l mi tlie l. tii t day of Noi.itli A. I 1' I 1s54. in i-' (fusiness-Maaagir. 3
J4 .-- J. \Vainright.. P. S Crews, JI. It is nsulu.ss to alt>-nipt[ the o'.iro of any tin-hind ; an t teuenitMitso I.i-vi I ..lolinKn- i her. "
All Trains Rin !- 'th.VKST5 .
by I.IiLLII t eutrtil P. 0. Box "D.
liambcr of the Jnitetl .States disorder, it the bloo l is allowed to remain l,y iviso-i nf u i-fittin iort: aeriaud note Jizckso.vWe, 3T45
Light
1.4. Douglass and E. W. Thomas. 31inutes i-.l.'ciitwl \ UX ;'tVIslc):, 'iTIII
of the Board of' Jauuiiry 7tli. si. i.-ftn th-s 4 <>rm-i : : .
Proceedings CountyCommissioners. -
: Jlouse Construction Department has.jiut of preceding.meeting wcie read and ap hnp'.nc.1 'Ncnialgia ami rheuniatism ot 5i-thin 2i. 'fib| 7. Soiitli of I t.u 11rt'. "I llatinIlr.xiroid : .I Slinu teSt and f Jtiie.e 11: -it ti,;-\v (Jik-.ins andtinFouthwcst. -

conclude: the erection of i fl:0 trLCLlC! to u dio.rdcr. condition county, 1-.i. ii: the sum of five hiiiidn1 : Direct .. : F.\mots n STO.TI.TIADKPLYMOUm
the l .initt'vti..it.tu I'oia.
.Hoggin to proved. The patrons of St. Mary's line I I ilollaix. I liy thfsaM: I l.i-vi .Iiiluis and his wife i
.. Inlet lighthouse.& This work has. been From Snriiij"CTay C 4 of time blood, anti in nninberk'ss to sail I U\\eu\ : OArtis iue and |iyttIl.; tliree West nail .ii4tiIVr.
;
.school be
Board of County Commissioners convened plvbcn'cd a petition asking to cases: have I IICCM c-nreiI by takjnij a fow 3ftrs after duttihfitiif \v,<\h uitt-if ::t tlif rateflittwii a" invars A. 3!. time. "-i" mociis V 31. time. ROCK $$3 PAKfifJp { !
going on more than two years.J..Tlie united with the Palestine school. Ordeicd I F jx-rrc-nt jii-r a'niuii I Il. uii.l I iVoor.-il! intin
pursu-int to adjournment. Jilunbcrs bottles of Ayer's Sarsipiirilli.A : : pnMic iv'i>i\ls o said[ county on I-Vlirnary 1stI Head PJ. lieaddownX Cut to order Lri'i _

: Ciiy Council of Ocala present: Fowler, Vogelbach, Sotiter, that 111: icijiicst! be granted. Received the sit!; in i i'jok l I lii.ixe <)4. Terms t-.w.h. 1'iirelianer <>. i'>, Xo. 2. XiVl. Ku. Si clothes carefully Kit*- .
have con lui- title. Hr.N'UV: KI'PKRSOX: : ( i 7 81) Ar.T.*-ksi.-nihIe.t. 3 ; ., tftl for and ''
of J. W. Kcllnm and him I lUynifC 1-M'ip( {> # a 3 (II1 style wen?
report) receipted full line of school Looks at B. I II. .Tonc-
\ractcd Lee antb Carter. Sh.-'i-itT of iiri,I fi ,! 'nIit 11 liO.i I n :.4)) Ar lla'du 4
\\ith Mr. W. A. Jiter fcr water h ir ( Iv. p .t Lv .4 f7 a I i. Every pair euarantee* j jnnd
:for saline. Ordered that the order passed atour J'roin.1-ty poiatc out by 1'laintilT's Attoniey.IN' .1 i3 a 21 1) Ar Lako I ty..i.v 9 .i t; :: SIOXBT FBOKRIS I
Vorksata Minutes of of G acdSO
rost of meetings Sept. o, -- -
7U,000. Gainesville ; 4t -I ;njAr 0) $ 'I- REFUNDED Of ft Mf I'
is riTad h.st meeting allowing a school to be establishcilat I; ISa. : .rMa.ior ...rjL M 4 air'made. T*
: considering; a* .proposition for r Vjc} appiovcd.On .1i tI ) I goode \
iva.j .
mill be cinded. 0 :i e: a :l I) p ..11i.uutk.I. ., Ar I ii p ist: i i -: I are returned aa *V\1
t, 1 works from the same nilenoni. motion of 1J. A. Vogelbach-it was Cookscy's 9SS .-' NOTICE. 3 ill tL 1 I'.lp Ar Tdrf Lit-O...\ 2xjj 1 I :u III isfactory.
Ordered that a new school be establishednear I ::1)) it 1. I .' Ar (. ; ae ..Ar :jpi 3 1
ordered the Clerk
lh.it be instructed to CIRCUIT COUUT -:ih! .TL'IUCIAL CIFtCt'ITUK [ iii II Kiv> I '
: S&Ms S- ilpAr r.'ii-.Ai-( W p ai1.flOI i
A contract for the btJe; of bOOUO"ucrcsm S. Jt. Xoi fl1i1 'S. Ordered lint J. G. i'UzL.t31LL'! ..... Do Yon Wesi
turn ovt-r to (!. Fabian Law all hocks in FI.iniA) UIiAI>FOUl> CO UN TV, '.N"CUAXCIIY. -ia Ar 3sp 0'Isitt I -
laud wjs recorded in Oaken be. for two months ) t' aA-l'erii!; p USiirr 7.'.t- 14j 0ioa CT
Orlando paid
-. m a few his possession pertaining to icgistivition, leaching .. : ; .".i-'sa I.V )'elist-.> l. .*.. .'iilt.iO I Id _
t % (. days .s-iuce. The land is in live differentcounties' accoixling to: law. E.. D. Soutcr and! A. at School Xo. 41. (Ordered that in case .. A.Ro:; L. 5l'it'r, ) 1-M5 j p aou. a I.v KIma.i-c. ...Ar It.9 p :LL: 1 / PANTS $1i I
_
P.'H; I''aIvM..ui > .
-s foi-Jiivorue.
Ar I'jT.a
.iOj j> $1ii
t : Henry F.. Graham teacher should teach* school in this "
mid
LesterJhibbcll an .
} .
W. Fo"wlc'rcomn., on' bridge aerssre4a1' SCOTT.DUXXKAXT; K Oil p Lv XeOii.fi, -.. 7.'J a. : ,
: arc near Tett Us about
\ report I j,' Thu i.-tl Hint euiiI.iin.intiijilaaif : :ap .Ar ti. Op 7.-.0 a v
; the rtnttr. lhat-, batS been completed ac not be paid for illS services. The [petition I lins hlixl his lull 1 ofj'X"'t..s : aK'iiu: her| in I this 12Ii It!. iti a i.v Ivii iis-vk. Ar V14I ti !.3.i I I) '-z- ,. ._ I color you like send i
A'.p
.I.& *.. -- : B--- shoul .. of 3I.r. liters asking for a raising of'11a' : a lion ies=.t eiif, .1:1 I that unless! she s,1' & .viili'. Ar-a your WJUST mr amIXSIDK
'ii fourteen s $ t. On motion of M. 3 | {i.li'a.1.. an. ki-r 't' it Miur lu-reto l i.Y the 1tELLTN sir a M.-JU |> I.v Ciulrii' iti Ar >>.:<'>a tt.i" p: LEO mestotlar -
crt loads of machiucr/ arrived L ': Oi't and it appropriation of Little Springs School 2 =: ; ti ill,tttV of Outolier. A. 1 1. 1'Sr. tin- allegation* 7.10 a 7.KI p I.v St Svii.s ..Ar 7. $li> *v 8.0 ij> with S'i and T cts. for postage forpif t
was accepted, ;
: here yefelenliiy for the Ivissimmee.suga i:-jmill. j- i. CO! was laid i>n the htbl Ordered that (the O&' ; eer therein I will I! I b,- taken as I',Ill i. s-e.t l>y h'-r, itndtuc 1 s.U' 3.-iupIv! -.'i rhJK .Ar ;&I.0a .O0 ;I, paiil express ami pat-kin tr send 8 cta nlMt; jl
No '
t 1 and ilnily N Da-id IthLiil,.
itL The tibesuin.of four liuuuii'dollars 1 e.iil-e j jirofi-i-il I <-\-] rii I I to tin:.1 freight on it by te.time-iI t; iiniler Through bleejiiujr; t ursn t and :: to\Xi v Ore -
appropriation for Ft. Call school be uujtrcil i.iv. huil aii'l s.tI l of of samplos will te maileU yoiu icctadnc '
&D t beid VV-. II. Wilsame. J
1
-I7 reaches its ) court this :JNt. day of Ani i.-t AD.., : n I
point of destination .will ''fen Knn tape tnea.sureas w iiaTt deporat\
[ with that of Jih'll Creek and -
wj 1 1 7.ISs.i F. It. nivIX. hli-epingc-rson i Vatiil itli
uto I>e u the Proprietors of this paper a number If. :
fIi : nearly-if not quite reach the *-,4J", ><>':, thtt resolu- Dollars were added to the Bluff! Creek PURELY VEGETABLE. 1UtiVii.f.S.; : ; II. i-'. YORK, Clerk. Fuitiak S iiuigs. : these packages ((or Kile at six cents. .
:1
$4,000.) :
Sanfwrd Journal. SOUTHIXIX ttVIflN.Slic.rte.t .
r'S .. t-chcol. On motion it was ordered that b.iiiioifor! Coiii|>l.iin.iit.: PLYMOUTIUIOCK PANTS CO
*
'It requiring persou i It acts with oxtraorcJ.'r.ory efncecy on tho1gvEF' and ijiii,-k..st j''u.te firiiM-sviilc. Ocala,
; ..Ex.GovrrnorI3IoxjjLj bhi work :tIke), the appropriation for New Zion school be "*iIs-FFii's JSALsj.' Ltci-'burg, and to all rV-ii.'jt ia South Flvrtda.! SuuuiiuerS'1k.eton Maas .

raised to equal other s-clioojs. Accordingly r 1u :ad up. nn.t lowti.
iy their liqme *d.: j Txp.Ett Axnnv: viirTL'iu: : IIA DICRICvJ : r Ni 4. XoS. Xii7." Xo3,
__ k it was raised to N2o.OO per month. 11__ ciELs.A iii! thi- ( ire.lit Com i of tl.trourth Judicial! 10 ir a IlKlp j Ar Tertian lina. L lii-lOa-..-.-
SUl MID .
. z : ____--- : Gov. Uloxiiain is reported ) I.. 'ifie fuhltTjiatvarraui'.s then issued Circuit ri.i'id-i.! ii: ::ii! | i' i .1 excellent health he i In. were ; ErFECTML SPECIFIC Cfl In CIiaiK-t-i 2 v Siuii ia... iu ,i i'.i'i:iI i i-aiist* :iia 1.4'51> Lv lilil\vi .. ...ArliESrydi ---
; _. to teachers: tlii-i'-'hi I ixiuUiiK1.lieicin I Ji'lui IV lilt i' is tin.e t.aohi uuti: ;, .. ...v II ;33zt
Spirits if lc is conscious of the Malaria, :' UovI i'iniiliit>, :!. Coaii'Liiiiaiil. at.iV.. I C. I.ii.il-e! > ni .t art :::9tu 1.i.,1> Lv inuI.I-ju. . ..r i. 01.1.1.051.10 p
;! t .. vbich thc J;. \Wiggins. . . . . $5125.W. DSRpe1)i2! Cltk Ilet.eiO, Iin-i'\! I I.is %'. i ii>, James K. I I.itid.st-y i and I Ai'n t 1.00 Lv LLttil4') .. r l.I. P 1 i.: I;V

th favonte< jieople son. of! Florida I i ; LnearIIlghj&u :. A. Crosby . . . . 10.18 ConsttjtLion, iJtiu.tn's hull I..nl-I\y(hiinfV his vi f..l.ami ll.irliar.i' !f.. ..Iaiil li.iiiio<;.>n his and wie I Inji are; 9.45 i i iC.4.i0.3.iii i i..v 1. (S5arku i.Lit1es ill..u.33I1 .Ai'. I. p ll.-Ii
a A
i On motion the board adjourned till Kidney AtietIonq, unde-p, d'-lend.iut-s.! I uill'. .i-lat! public nuitry ;ia front ii 7j0a1.v 1t-I..r Lt._ Ar .:4..i, r.tu'
.. -- Mental Ufprcrsio, Colic. ftf the I Court I'oiis ili-or in 'Pat
ad .
i t-i-unty on the .02 a 1 i.at > tv I IL% ttI..i ne.. ..r .13
a. :Now tldt I tho bar-rooins Tuesday morning 1Q o'clock.TUESDAY. *2 H"V f7P f .Notemin-r, A. i>. IXj:, th.- same 1.17a 1i.OIaI..vUitrag'razt, LakeAri.V p, i( la
; a- l
rr
>*-ii.4 Ihelirst M.udiin
said I month, tinJ 10( i
iu:iii;; -- a LvSitvtr: S'riIg-----I- ;t. ;
L Bounty are closed for t : ofi'.r.i.li.inl. in s-ii.l: State.of Florida and lOUJp .()OuLv Wildv.'i-I.
E .
of-the Ar1t.Ti 4 .VI
;: Cedar; Key: Gulf View > : a
.
\ auts nfew known and I dts.-riie-l! I
as loliows. tO-\V it: The 4.13 p S.o'-la; Lv 1'a- :i3''kfe..Ar! 3.it 10l.(
.: public library: and reading "' *- -*- w Board convened at 10 a. in. Present, I south west quarter ftic-! south w i.t; 'juai'ter, of :j 40 p t .s1 31 A Lv Smitten ille. .. Ar :t.T\p\> in 11)( ftla
HonseMil Siioald t-8 Witlient It t Section sc\enrr! :: ((17. and the south half of I lut SOMj i) ;.3it IAM.. t .ltI.-i-uie..r .;.".I. ;i.7ii(
libhed at once, and backs Jii".. J, M. bmiley, Chairman ; P. S. Crews, J. number: t\\t-he. I.I '. il'Seiori! eittti'i't: in Towusln'iif. 2.1Ki 7.17 a Lv Ovnsl.) .P> Ar ." (Kp p ll.7
-I : : sUuting Jlid CfUISC With :Wainwright.. E. W. Thomas and JI. L. end,liy beIng kept ready for*immediate t'< | .">, KoiiMi of Ituige. Twi-uty, Si), 1t,t l.-'Op 'Ati a Lv I).t. '- Un v..r '.!."> p 1'ilp j> a
$100.7C ;
.. will save many an hour <4 t ,Piilfi-nn ifP1niany ei>nMini I }; eighty i ticn-s more or Ies<. 'llJp 8.1ia l.v Leil Iiii Ar V-1:> .Vila
... 1)00KM. ,- dniaiiou of Douglass. a dollar in tuns aud x-tors' bUlsT" Tirns Cash I Piirdia i i er to i,.ir for I title. 53n1; jj (I.'MI Lv T.i\ros ....r 3.1.ip p H.l.la "The Greatest Can on Earth for Yits. -

H. A, VogelbaJtwas ordered tliat'j.-II.: P. S. Crews presented letters i-iERE IS BUT ONE L B. I I HKNKY: ..F. YOI5K. Spti-ial M.v-ter. 7.37 p 7.ila I.v -Ifl..Ll| ------r r.37.p 7.-15 a reUsvemora qnJetlTthan'ays Kheamatiam anj other, I
several: IlHoiH.S. Ks<] ('I lilt|.I.|.na.tut sSulieitor. 7 li> p C.MII jvI or""- util'| .Ar7i >j S.l.la Stiff
; :, The Tallahassee Floridian gets the Carter be authofi to have said bridge aUiiug for au! increase of appropriation for j SIMMONS LIVER RBGOIATOE Staike. I'll.. 4 Kt ttli P-T Tiursitugli hleetlinjr I'-irs'-ii Xos. :; an.l) i li etueen f-,- '\ lum, Scslda, tII. I.ai

;. : .- State printi.ig, having made the Iqwcstbid. t put in good repair,., at-xmce. and that lie school Xo. f 0, at an expense of other schools See that you pal the oen-jine With red "2"pn trETvin\I: t- fdoll.iralx-rtli..lat-ksoiiMlk-.u.d! >..,<<. ,.'k Cu'nI! i,S tvii-I.ulyj tu'ntt eIiZLfl NOJ. a'a k h )co Biiekncbo, I'hTirisy.flore, WBO Fru.t Thi

luut'_ ____ This is as it should be. It is almost L notify the road commissioners lo have the from which several of the patrons of that front of Wtipper. ?rjmj oi'y' by E .1.. aud -1 tlZLiI%. esiit Si nib. !Tootboche Hrintira.Voujuls bottleTSold Sprains, et& la
H. ZEIUP4 br
; necessary thai the work be done at the road put in good repair leading to and school had moved. Ordered that aijr appropriation Philadftphia, Pz. a. 1'KICK. i.OO. -- FETtNANDINA AND. .C'SlNV1I.LgANe II J Tor-'uiiw 8ulrnffo cautuon.-Th.* OiJ bcu

-. Capitol hml.tho Floridian! )fllL t' isper feet4 from said bridtre. of five dollars per month be 'i'.tLv.) T.CKU..reslatere.JTn le-Miu*), ld
frussfrr.ilo idpT..ittiru. A. U Meyer H Cck, I ;
,. ly capable: of doing the work tucccsfal'ully, On motion of 11. Vogelbach- it was made( for the benefit of Bury Wells children NOTICE !'OR l'1Tc14CAT ION.I.N1) Head Noll..N 111)a i 5. t ?-.i:_! ,X.-1-lnwi!n.2. l'roprietur.atiUinore,JId..U.B.A. .

Pulatka licmld. ordered that the resolution passed at the and such appropriation 1)2 addcil tol 3. 13 p K.-JOa( Ar.Iu-k-n\ie; .. I.vMlIp) 8.-JO In _-
Orrtci: \\ Oai.\svir.u-; ; : ..\.. '1 4.iOp 7.Wa( Ar Feriiandi-. Ar t.-.UN) lO.lOu
-- last meeting, discontinuing that portion of the appropiialiou for school Xo. 9. The "Sept. 10, 187. (.1)NN EC1 Ii )NS. BULL'S
) COUGH SYIV
The &tic'.s{ around the public the G i Cove of At ('aslian!! witM S.i anuah. i-I.-rida nrnlVtirn
square at I; ecu Springs and scrub' road. patrons Midway school petitioned for \\ K.nlroail. fi 1 .
hf-rrby ivpn that the followIngKamcd v.iniiah. Mncmi, Atl.uita.
Ocala are being paved with rocic simi'ar: f lorn the 14 milo post, near Lewis \Vilton, an increase of appropriation. Laid on the .sctller has; Tiled( notice "f his CliarlfstotiVu'ii! ftoii. 15:iltiinove. Xew;; Fcr the cure ofCougbsColdsNef1j

r- to that in flout of the Unnvu bloek in to where it intersects table. Ordered York, C'iiui juiiatj. St. L MS, C'hiwufo, and all ness, Croup, Asthma Broncbd
Middleburg aunt that the petition asking i intention lo make final: proof) in support j points y.. st and Xortl'
this city, The work is nearly completed.pcala scrub road: ; was reconsidered, and it was for a removal of Buck Scrape school begrantjil. of his claim, multi tint said procif \\ill be'' Steamer"At Silver. tfprisigs wit'i OckIaal Jtivor V/hoopin Cough, Incipient;
is made: ticfoie I the Jle ister and I lleceive at sumption, and for the religf pfsnniptive
I wflcing up to improvements in ordeicd that said road be re-established asa Ordeicd that the Superintendent WATCH MAKgF At DadeCity with F..ri-.i! Southern Railroad, in advanced*'
dead earnest. Gainesville Gainesvi 1'. Fla. #m Saturday Oct. 28th, for iro..ks\ll-! ,1:-trtou. auti persons .
'Iaiuiipt.
,3 Kccord.Mr public load. asccrlan, if possible, whether or not l 8t, Vi/ : .lohtui r. 1 HieKle 1 of K v, AXD At Orl.it.do. with Soi'th MoriJa JwiHroad for of the Disease. For SalebyaU]

On motion of II. Vogelbach, it was the repoii of Miss Strickland be correct. Fla.. II K. :'o. HH/0J for the .N..V of N\V. Santorit At Ceiiar, Lrekanaar Key! fl-ii-T-'fnpa.. gists. Prices 25 cents.

Armstead. of Sc 2S ti S 1[. 2:; 1:. oJ.1YESTAtKE. with -rliovernors.Mrord(; ; U
cdijor the olliciaj; or oidered thai flios.jlsui, road commissioner The following warrants were then issued 'l'p Monday a: it 'IIuuir-izuv tor Manitica: ;. gan of the pu/hibition I lie r.aincs: the followinwitnesses; I to <'LVDK'.SNK\V!: YOKH .
party m Tennessee. be notified to have the new road, : FLA \>l FLOIUDA STKAMSIIIIL'N'K. -_- -

$13-3: that the tight against the liquor evil I ) leading from the intersection of Oak J. G. Ostccn . . . . . !--18.00J. cnllivation prove his continuous of, said land n-sds'nce:vi/: upon, and i_ (1..11flt attontirtii jrivon to repairing Watches *J
will] be > Clovks J-.IK! Jewelry, Ac.. &c. Ail work do S.iils from Augusta Evans Wilsopf |
renianditi
pushed energetically in spile of Hiilge and Clyde View avenues westerly G. Oslccn . . . . . 17 00 C. Xoitimp. of Lakeview, Fla.W. at rcnsitiisMc i>ric.s for cash. I'miuire of Rich L-e fn-in Jackfomillo FnJ-ty.S.iida. for>sand Friday's ii
tLe late defeat, awl intimates _'t.. Xoithupof t Fla. ard .t Pace New Ut&arie..tii and I :N1- BOOKIt !
that, otherplans across) Governor's creek. vcrked C. .1. Biyaut York. -
at oner( . .. . . oJ 44

failiup-, local option may be acceptedby or show cause at the ne\& meeting of the M. F. Moo.e. . . . .. . 1440 I:).. X..1. .-silcox Perry,, (of,f I'tnia" Fla.E. :Fla.. SEA ISLAN'UKOUTE.ioiv :

the p.uty as the best it can lit). I IA Ikarti. 113- he does not work said road, S. II. Heudley . . . . 40 00 S. C.'. TITKJ-II: ]Uoiri.stei'. i iSept. I rIl\iuL1{ I lii.tt.tLtuier t I1tuesiILuuiI Fz.r.s.4 StLti1iI Lai ai c-, ,J.ieksci.( (,flfljIIi vilk' 3O lie P- has been twelve years since, this I ..
: ular Mr
Authoress
-l---- also that Tic be notified Geo. X. 17, fiw t C S. Land iILi t'Iig.it Staiuier St. N ,h.. 1iisj1 P.i'iit. f written a hooip j
to Oflice.)(
M colored man, working at Voiige'smill i; haye the road at Vaulandiigham: : .. . 2'J 7.> LL' truIisvick. I'artaul. 5iL'iLii .tlt. (' flIui-'etiui' Vit orih illinhaiii tiket.pleastiroinanh1OOflCffl1

last Saturday was- caught 1:1: bux/-iaw: Passmore foul put iu good order. II. M. P.nish . .. . ... So 00 I steamers for Ealt ri''ilelphi.t Xew:'York that her new Look-the Lest offtliworK

.. and had his ?cnlp fiightfilly a lacerated On motion of II. A. Vogelbach it was J. JI. Smiley . . . . 420 O. L. 1 KEENJC, | PJL __ 1 ant 1*. 15.Huston.1'VI'Y.: AVAl.Ti'll. Oen.(.. COLKMAX.Tniv. >.tgnt. Ieautiflihishound-* a large volume entitled of ovpffiOOgq' -":.
,
:. He was piclcd up fm deadb'ut is coming prdcxd that he contract l be awarded to l\ S. Crews . .. . . . 4 70JI. ''Sillinery; Fancy? Dress Goods I!I Trafiic M.i.iA *.\:' MAi I)(iNELI..

out all tight. The si\v lost a tooth in the! Geo. II, Fouts to build the bridge acrosYates' I., Douglass . . . . 720 NOTIONS.I KIIMU.OVIIS.! PAllASOLS MANUFA OTURE 5 I j D.K MAXftKI.L( el1.'Ttt1i'UsSlLvt .jfl j Ticti-t A-eut. '

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aged tat it Js laid up for repairs.__Ban On motion of JI. A. Vogelbach it was J L.W.Thomas. . . .. . . 13: 00 of matiTial I for OF AND nr.AI.KU INSat'ett

resolved that (lie ouuiity offer reward DaCoMa) Priming and Pub. '
ner. a of House. 3 GOJ. -

p .. 3uu Tor ancst and conviction of the person M, Smiley . . . . . 420 .: (( / it')17(: i ansi Divsst-tl Yollou1'ino( Is now nearly ready
The ; 'Pro51it attcllt.iill I tVt ( r.lti. I.unibor of R1Ji
.- -esluirg Commercial says llul }f or pers-ona who killed! cr murdered P. S. Crews . . . . . 4 70JI. \\ <.-st 1'av -t., for. Laira, every Docriptlan alIt iOEA

*-. Tavargetshc county -.eat, it intends to Grant Connor, on the night of July oOth L. Douglass . . . . 7 20ji. Jau. Jl-i-y.-uiu; J.lhtY11 J.K. 1I.A Oiinlity.I i Priee 2.00.: *i
see that fho d.,t-.s I.at1.i: I l'ik't-L T>.IM,. .. u.ami .. ,. -
what -
exactly the prom or morning of yist, J8S7, awl lhat GovI i. 1IZUI.&I1 . . . . 25 OH .
>t.: ises to do iji the matter of erecting n I vrnor Perry be requested to offer a like On in4i! the board adjourned till STE LIVERY STABLE. rini.sliini, Lumber constant;; onhainl. -- a

.. $23.000 comi hoiHc, free of expense to i rc-.vaid in behalf of the State. Wednesday morning 10 o'clock. AND The litany: admirers ot this gifted wrtffl

.. .. .Ihc'couiity.And Tav ires desires the peol j On motion of II. A. Vogelbach it was FEED il-i'T f'p1'0'11'': attention iriven (to Fill-1 ( ; will hail with delight this New ..totuine
t p. % AX ) SALi: KTAHLKS. p \ .
>Jc'of Lake! fount\-to hold her 1 ordered : iuig Orders with!, IisliatclI. I.,. .' ;: ? 1 .
that "
to that the Sheriff lie instructed to WEUXI>PAY. ] j 'l ;j/h ,. ; ', ;c1- 1

.-. pledge. TuWiiH-3 It-raid. build a ihcd in addition to the present one Board nut 10 a. Present* '!--'r'-' 71 ILjrfe't! -|. CO I'I US have beea'spld .
1. m. J. M. Lt :- | ) )

... Until l-heyj'll.iw: : fever excitement lii: < al! t in back part of the Court House lot, to f Pmilov, Chairman: E. W. Thomas, M. L. 2-4-L; Scroll WcrKJ ; K; iJ ft--- .fn. 3i' -, -: -r; 50BUfflJ isai earlier'

died away, we may: expect tn ?.)niinue to protect vehicles from the weather. 1I I IIt ),>;i.is3.! 1'. S. Crews and J. E. Wainright. -

hear the wiKlit aud most absuul I was ordered that the road commisi Ordered ', A.U -
p rumurs. that the order passed on'Mom'ay t4 ( r "
c1;!:

.f -. S :It tin?M'ould-boa jloltto-tliirds good of idea the to repwilsyou pay: no atteii-luur, s'ioiK'rs put be up instructed at all folks to have and crossings'good signboards of tul/lisliL-d I i allowing near S. J.a new Xorman's school; be, to reci be ndcd.c&- < ,,=,- ..- -.. '? )( aIau. l Vegetable and OrangeCRATES -r? ':: rfT. Magnificent Hovels t, *-I IISKULAH j


; fcccuiise: they are almost sure to Iw either public roads in the couuty. ] (.)i dercil that "
1:0 aclion:t be taken 0:1 the j f5 i 4 __
11 .. I.' .' pure -tnUr-U'tttions or the imaginings of Hoard adjourned until the fourth JJon- j petition of the Starke colored sJinjl. j i1 t L. GA5KIXSJ $1.7.;,, ,.

MMITC timid 01 fiK>lish > j day in October. 1867, at ten o'clock a. in. c1irstclj.s_ .
| ei>on. j Ordered !hat the 3IAGAKIA; 1.73
petition of
t the Trustees A ,
: GEO. X. f r SPECIALTY. !
BAUDIX *
The State I5oard of Public Instruction (if Or.ingt College I ie laid on the table j tiirnonU I: MZ: $17;i? : -

I CCUi 'to have: suddenly discovered that Clerk of the Circuit Court. Ordcied that (the Supeiintcndent j hours day furHi.-hcd at ali ilIi.I1t rN -
: a appropriate or night.Ternis ALSO FOI ST. ELMO 34)0) ,

.. .. I yhije man is not lit to teach a high grade The tii>t number of the Florida bcho.ri !Ij l to time Varnes sclnjol) upon the | I IJt-a-<.iiublc. Give iu s a trial.ANiluws sALE35'OUU YASHTIJ.00,

" JU.'grJn'hool; it hu* forced li be annulled Journal same basis of other schools. : ]
Drugs
&
published at Like City and : ,,, ALVEIFz[ ; McdicincuSiarkt 1NF'111TGE An.*VlKeliaWe
the l '
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'ij itppoinltiuiit of a \\hii1c man. made by flitted by Prof. ii. '31cr/, has been issued.I The Staike. i In.AVWCLAYCOUHfl.

:I the County I>cird. principal of Lincoln I The Journal is devoted to education and projuj--tois of Salvation Oil, the

Academy, ywl will tOOU appoint a colored the f! greatest cure on earth for IainvihL pay ; 'Jn.; t (I t)0(1( Agents IVanted-j
public x-hool '
interests
of
) ,: i Florida. 1
a him-ge ,, ,
reward
ir.iny ccrtiiicalo l.oO in L.t t 5. I :tiiear TI
piinclpal.the There is a gulmatorial cKctionhi j The number before us shows that it will ilieni is not f.nind genuine. pulhibediv *1 I InimMcy.ho iii buy Iflt a t.: ,,wruit ia3 it'I.an. and *I b.iutii 1.r corn.lot Lake,. I 1 : For this new I-ook, "ATTIIB IEBCTor
not far ilistar.; future aud the be edited gird.o. You cao ruCor ty i121 lE1UUS whkh-Liberal j
negro ably and we wi-h it success. .eh. u y in tozithl Ln.aflwtnt,.ot 4 I : : / on *

.' Vote witlplay'uo small paRt in it. Won- i t Terms 1 per ye-ir.: .Sample! copies will i Tom, Diek aui.1 I Harry appear again house. A Mu.OiiiiIt.tori.o't .iOe.ofliui.br hoti. of I..mt prITi.te r.rvt binS;ui. Atia OF \ Terms viI! L ,"iven.. |
: d.air.a.Iv t.j .M
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vii'h
0 dir it there is'a. their Cintmluiother's JugS rolI liiiil. itu: -
political a-piraut on the uc rent frc-oa application ta IF. ilerz, j <1'itighi recipes for witS p.rftMt.1! ncw Scaitli.town.S.ii, td ra..irad.u.t t s ru.p of FIorld* riiysiciaus' J SiM evtrywl&er.arttsefl7 mail; P
etc. Suitable
.t
.t.tt. iJLrJ but time for
S ? : Lake: City. Fla. people know Dr. rROPIC.I Lo (.o 1 0. Ho,, i otaup to. eie Orange: droves, in Lots ttnfullt Ja-ie. on n-ci-ii'tof riee, by .- -,
11rtOturs Bull's 1 [ Cough of ConiiJonuLitinj. aL(
"s.vrnp too well. 10
; acres anti
JFLORDA. MJI as be or I'iibr.
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may
S \ tvanteil: .' / tr;, 'VV.JillinJnm ,
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.- ; July 2(5,180.(; _ui. (Street: M.I- t(1.l4t'Ofl *
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Mr. -C.-Purk11urstfrOztVcrmont! has I Meetirrg eHhe County'Comrriissioners t I \ tllc.old: ,:."l1l1.try" he 4>wi>nld give CARDS 0- .- 4- rf'": -V 4 9.* /Tf

jijiSJark :JeIraph.Tj' arrived and will go into the "orange Luslocss -- I The Board ot County -Commissioners two if ho never-left at all. at all.. I _. .1 I New l andVaIuh NrserkC :

with S._F. Jardiner. t met on the 3rd of October. nil the members -I .rOlJtfI1-rlem't cry this is where you get : J. W HIGGINS; :' I : .

;: _. A your mouev liaek'and don't you fo'rgeti .. ,, ___ .- *'"*%rf i. *Tvv
moved his into '_ *
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Starke Via./ Oct. gfrl.cnuucit Mr. Miner has: family ( being.present, the chairman called .* -. I I : .. .<
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of the storm cottages.. the Board to order. : 'j'T:1: I lt'& llllPAIRER.i : "
one : .
-- i \y .eett to 'ti '
t. roC .
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I The Poddy ]louse Ins a new and highly s rrHtm whie tre.itluintb1i ft_ Tcry fJ'titer
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Minutes of last meeting were r aJ.. and who 'a'isieu t" 1\1"1.0; the vtlue of Lr)( borruiiC- hii home. !
: D"lUEOTOItY'jUTlIOJ A .bargain.300' sweet seed : ornamental chimney Iiel'ejust placed 4 1 1! work 28 of : r"j s.
rrc .. guaranteed.. years ex- F'ruH' ii itt. withy.. a1' 1J1l1atll1t or ..talin"IId soverat. :
approved. rr.oncy ao(
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|i the old chimney, and helps tho looks Jiperience.. tired Cf'lIU If th vu'oc :
I Ion -. Jier th"jrrowrtv amt limo -,
12 feet comfort
IIURCU: 1ingorang&treeS to high. On motion committee ', hmpiineanti; 9C their a -
a JWH11CS
1 IST. was appointed atul fl ailv hy camnracing tho .
very much ( ) ):\llit..v. lor4t rtre.l OfoUtiningat! a3wtJt
A*Services"every Sunday at 11 n. m. and at .30 if taken at once. Apply to S, to examine tax books for 1887 -comi'Sl iug I i i (-,>ur Temperance. ** Divifiou' has taken CTAItKB, FLORIPA. : cost the ne ;'i1l11e.\ti. ip:? var5eies-4 of irtiits s-jita! to tliT octioif, viz : .. ...
Tuesday :
'at 8 p. m. Holiness meeting meeting Thursday at 8 B. Denmark, Lake Butler. of J. M. Johns, B. Ilaynes and L. .Wall.: I in several no\r members lately andis DR. A. L fft'"DLate --.. a------5---: =.! t.t.nw.-------. -. -- -- -. .__S.________-___" _-.__ _________ -- -
SCOTT -p
;:81). w. Prayer Ordered that the order passed at the UjiprovingiiT usefulness L. C. W.fea ., rtA: ?." to n feet hia-i.i FOMEfJRAXVTES. -

-. m. W. S. RIC1IA1thSON, Ptor Mr. A. E. Moitt ]lias been the first September meeting changing the .ccoute ....-:.. .- J : irg fl\"ptt....... ..-...:. .
SoUool sft 9:30 a. m.J voting : from Michigan, 1 .,"1*" ... 1" ;:'cnttsiai-h, $a) 100 Ilood'P.t.'t1.. .*..f..(.* ..*.*.Js -JCenieac. '" h .
Sunday place of District Xo. 1 from Law Xiter..I\
-to '
the
look tluough jail window ley -
SuperiMtendewtUREY .
ClIAS.IUCHAnU, one to .. .
Sborn's Sttin'nti- .,.;j) cents each ---- _
MARTINA Sec. others Jicddish school house he recimlcd and \that : RESI1)ENTI'IIYSICIAN. ANfl Lare Japan t..f ....... .,_.5.* iats K\CI! ..

.- Lawtey be the vcting place of'said dis- _. ,!Iw-'rf. ,....SU.J'm-i. U.i "t.nJnJ t ur s-edhi.igi )1tLnWIUES.__.. a

CHURCH. he did not look from the inside. trict. .., SUU(. (X. i -. ._ \-nit(=.TE'ryPt"ifi -. ";""')

BAPTIST : P'I E\"cro.'IlUl ._.".......... 25Ceot8.eacr..

Services at U a.- n. and Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. Mr. Geo. W. Clyatt the newly appointed County Treasurer Kelium mada his .,-oJ .y.Gu.- ---. Terms Ueasoaable.Office .. ..I.:: rE CEt. tSftthii1L.- J _._,.-_ ., .
every .
Prayer ineeting quarterly report ending Sept. 30th. which : no"","_ "." '.'" FeeotOandlln.tr-------- rs.rXrlwh .
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a p. ra. W* O. PATTERSON, Pastor. County Commissioner from o .uv.c. Alexanil!-(\'t'y*'.uly) ... j t
mdi Hiool meets every Sundaynorning showed that he had paid $1S7.7i for at G'askiiis* Drug Store. UxIeKcrJ.... j.1 ..- Walnut. .*....:>- .
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1:30. Providence was in attendance to I '. 'j .1'ir1. f' nt"'f f.e t:.eaeimt-1-. ItMi C'h..nt"'., .......... I _. .
I .il"AMRICK perintendent' II I county warrants and $315.00 for county :: BIol't.'l... .: ......'. Jn hestnuts.. ..I[51 cents acb..
.'. C. : County Court Wednesday, coupon*. The warrants were examined F. J.j HELD l..t.J"n''no\ .. J lajunSpanush :: 1
F. It. MORGAN, Secretary, $ I .. ::::-I: i

------ Some -' farmers will take cancelled Auditor's books and burnf.Coupons : -.. -- CUH.... .:............ ftBlacL
of bur v -a : icelltsf'4c\1 I
CHURCH.. cancelled and filed. Report '. : / ; B1JICIC 3IASON'S WORK & J.IuonI ult tt'a.\ ... i
accepted > ,
PIUiBTIIUAN __
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LJMtir I 6 rCt.t hii1t
to .
warning and not mix their cotton ., 'fG@ .t1.b '
Services everrother Sunday at 11 a. ni." and filed. WjitI G.wste.. .*... .... .. -. 1
: th
K. h. MAfTTICE, Pastor, this"srason there have been .severalloads Collector of Revenue instructed to deduct 1": ; PI.TE.lU H. l'run" t'1t ':ir,liiKelsej \'rt'J .......... ..Otcntsf'. ,. GR.\.l' ,,

Sunday School every Sunday at; 3fl llelIt'rtiE'\.r.-n..n"".... ...Ii) .. .. Seupp.rnon;........ ..... a -.' .
m" ". P. HAfT, .* already refused by dur mercCants the tae assessed against Mrs. L. mfflp ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Japan, '!y ;.u"'l. .,. ..:tit '. KaKle" ............ v. 25 cents each. }
'fie k. 'I- ** ... ... '. .
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Superintendent. Pinkston for $160 acres of land which I : 33 Ovanyvunety. ...,.) .
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.. P.OX41; STARKE FLA. ,
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was wrongfully assessed in her name.: :. '-- 7-__ --ot.- .. .
CHlTTsTI July :30 87. tf.: .* pa ,
-. ... AN.. CHUKCII.. ... ,. If you want an announcement. for I That the contract to furnish stationery JAPAJ* P:.!sSIMM<'4owreaT.Smlless '' PEPIXQo ???te1onShflib.; '-
.0.' n. .I 'Do",_. J.. 1 _. -4K
el.u"V-"i-n-- H.O. at any city office uomo. right tq the tor- county purposes be awarded to -1-'. H. rtGPOWDER L. I "' ., .-.... i -a- A. nw tUinj destine! to b.qno of th -to t m' rTetftuics -.
Pastor preaches. C. HULL ; ... ....
P. Young. the 'Among, extnrlarj... ., ., -.r""''"t.h. .5icenLsesch._
T terms will be Morgan the lowest bidder. '
HAMPTON f.EGRArn:1our ZiUgi. :IInrs'\\.ct\andri.b.\ .... ) _. .

each: Ifct Lord's day: at 11 a. m. and Saturday reasonable, and also do .you the most That G. W. Adams bid of $37.7.1 or CONTKAUTOIl & I5UILDEU.STARKE ; .-. .. .t.t OU",,. .. -. '
$1.75 diem to do the woodwork I 0A11Lit4
on
per : 4 to tj feet 'lf'ill'I.... .. .
at-T:30 p. m.- good. hirih. \Yht, : .
the jail be accented and that the contractto FLA. ; .- II"OWU Turkry.. ..... .
STARIvE Ret 1 .'stmtchaii... '". .......1 ".".,c" ..'..... ...... .-1 ON.centa eg.. .
path 2nd Lord's day at 11 a. in. and. each We hope) soon this (1'In antiuo) do said work be awarded to him. AlcAnd...... ....... {-CO'lIt-1t'3ch.. Url'Ull., .

LordVdayat6SOp.HIGHLAND n}. business will be done away with. It That the oidcr appointing a committee 1)LANS notice.and pccirlcatious Carpenter furnished work tolici-t on .Cral------------------------------. : : c -: '.4-' .' :--:.---"- .. : .. .. t

to examine tax books be recinded. Pure. ted and promptly attended to. S 1 $ OR.E: ..- .
and trouble to
pach 4th Lord's day at 11 a. m. Saturrilay is certainly a great people Absolutely .. ..
. The Board examined and the Hand made buck for sale, cither at the I ld'RICOT" ,. .
approved ?.11 .. .
: l' D 9weet. t.
7:30 in. ". to '
before at V 1 :
p.WORSHIPATOR4XGK Who wish to travel, and all forno I This" powder never varies. A marvel kiln or delivered at the depot. I Early Golden .:. ........ ) .. ... .r1COsP'nS.'ialrates.a I II
CHURCH tax books for 1887. '
I Rt'.l Ronian. ..... ... : .
of purity, strength and holpsomencss July 30, $7.tf. }:cents el..h. Iiml4.2 years,
('COLLEOE good. _ That a warrant for 225.00 be issued to More cVo'ioitncal limn the or inarv'kiuls. I Russian-.5.-, ..... .. .. Tmi.i.geiine.. .....i .
aUl -m. .. '-S )taiiitertne.-l .. .. .
each Loid's day a. ) Ocent eacb.
and ctlm not l lIe sold in competition ; -S
PRAYER MEETING- % After Nov. 1st, Richard & Pace, Louis Wilkovski to pay for labor on jail; iiiultitmlo H..D.MftSOM i ,.l.I. Cr)1 sweet and others. t" IIi
with tho of low test short .. ... .
nl"I.-I. rmnnt. ......
ic nt8 Neh.
at 7JO as the luborers may need their pay before nlnni : O.. . ) ,
ench.3Vednesday oldest mercantile house in the weight, of phosphate ; -
the pOWtlE'rs.1 .t -
lhm', ..... .. -. .. _9c"ntl each
-- -- -- --I retire from business and will the next meeting of the Board. Sold! only in (':(n". ilnval. I'OW-1 STAIIKE FLA.HOUSl .\ ..,. t. ....- .-.... \ .\11 'Il1 1,tinted ..ts per 0 r dI'pte er.. .
r- City, df-r Co.i Kx; \\ :tll'H.:1! .
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accounts -- -
SECIIET SO(11E'i'IES.firadiord The following were .approved ---- --- ,
: .\prilli.: .
-.-- lose, their accounts, and be no and ordered paid: - ---.--. ] and cign Painter. Kalsomin- ; 1'xamino\bii list and whnfpver you tv"ant., order of ns at Htarke. by placing .
Lod cNo..J2 F.nnd and I the ntunhcr (jIP-1itt';| <-i<-i! variety and kin-1 wnntcd on list Xo. 2. Pluco the sgn alisjures -
X. 00 hanging: neatly e.ec.ited. -
lore. Wamwiight assessing taxes.ij.210
'. Regular commuirications thndSaturd.i "Order paper ou >n.". lJind retain for future )j-oference and enclose to> us at once. ardor on ..
(3 >s in each month. 1"-. P. Wee c-aiload of stone. . 14 40 RIVERS & J9iWEIt.iItL left at The Starke: Tele- Ibt Xo. '.'. .
JOHN HALL L.. W. KICKLITCR.Secretary. Mr. F. J. Field has several liun- graph Office will receive prompt attert- \
W. !r. Drew. Ha/cltinc & Llvin tion. Koferauccs if .
(red raspberry roots for sale at II lime and cement . . . 141 70Iorgan's given required.Aug. han a special-'.tIa-t with tl'f im- spry AVP order of to thjtA.eirpct, anti in case the
.ake yeW Lode fo. 63 ol F. & .\. JI ;', FLA. 0. 87-3m. variety i is not hsj-rdered, we wilt either rei'sind tho inorft |J, or furnish other "
i Meetings second and fourth 20 cents per dozen. He has been ) Ba/aar stationery . 303 --- tree instead. 1 t"We *_ ,

Regular Hazel wild 3 00 have :"..:\", arr.xn:. ein 'nts with lar8 nurserj'inen to establish
aturImrYefeacb mouth i o'clock. raising this fine fruit for 4 years and 11. C. killing cat TATE POWELL, M. D., as early M -
CUES Kit XOKTlilT, DRUGS CHEMICALS! possihlf'.I.rl'lwh: nursTv near Starke.. therefore guarantee( all as stated aboyo ft q' .
F. Slit FEILIEK, J. S. Andrews cy commissioner. 9 20.las. .
\\ Master. it is A grand success. After an experience of twenty years in he reliable as win future pro-.pix-ts arc entirely epcnde"t upon our reliability M .
Secretary.' _. Mjllou work at covirt hou e. 4.20 -' -=- .- the practice of his profession has no hesitancy fumishin lh..ex-n-i thittjj onl' relJ. .

|lMI"D.. OHDER OF. KE D LEN\ The men grading Madison .A,'e. I :. V. Smith county commissioner 21 GO in7(!: (.N: c't f r f : : i : ( \} in promising the latest, and( most : .
'- -1 f.'IT; 4 scientific : S F. GARDINER & Oa '
J.o'i. treatment to t hose asking hi .
05CEOL.\ TRIBE Xo. 1. FLA.-Council one of the most pleasant streets of G. McKmney.: cty. corn------- GOO 1.rli 'li'1-1"1 I"! .:10." __(, :r' .f h ffJ. \ I services. :, .
.1. '; -
Fires kindled each Wednesday's. Sleep our city, have reached Mr. J. G. Alvarez's M. 11. Bcaslcy cty. com . . 12 SO I ( ; '.r 1 -- r. :.." I' Calls to the country promptly attended. "' !i Stai35zeGENTS ; Pla '. .
i/.J .
at Transient their Wigwam Brothers Starke cordially: Fla. invjtcd to beautiful place.; It will imirovp J. 11 Johnson killing wild cat. GOO :: jVJr:1/ :1"i,-.;.. t' ./ "I\\ .: I It..J4' Ii;ea es of females and childieiiA special : .

*' G- W. Mc 1SS1n'. Wilkovski various accounts.. 1540 _.' ,. 'ii'1I-rr.L' 'i-r.il.. t _. ty. - --- -_ _.. .
attend. enr town very much indeed. .1 oJ ,. '.J' .' ",. I '.1.: .r".f Ofllcc at City Dnij; Store, or at his !.
I _
I1GO
lchcn'l.. : ft" : ., tr: .
i3l: :r'-'rj'. ,1 f'j residence: in ILiat; StuiLe.COHEll '

JAS. MILLOX of Recoi-ds. Eggs are quite plentiful, but owing L. Witkovski. committee. . . 0 00 -"d -- .... ,; ..l"t.' .'V-' &2"irF' = -- --- ----- tQ :jl Y1T'r\I <) VSKJ l3' ..
Chief :
to the demand remain B. P. Gamcy killing wild cat. . 3 00 I. PEKK, : .
.---------- great highin .
Iay L. No. 101. I-. ,Yo Kelluin county treasurer G3 14 TOiLET AND FANCY ARTICLES ) .
t price. The large number of visitors .
O. <). I', Meets evenKri I & NO .
It Andrews k Alvarez hauling sand 12 50 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .
i l.iy nitfl.t nt Odd Fellows < hotels PATENT MEDICINES, Ac: A. .
Unll. Transient brotUws ,at ou keep cnl'ythil1g'booming P. H. & N. Co. freight----------- 900 TARY .
'a cordial! in\'itwl to attend. I'U ISaPTON S <:.rtFFUI.LY bi'v .
; : for 1 ,
J. O. lUvsts.Secretrv our grocers.Cotton .1 . . .1200 Face! .oodsstore:
r.J.FIE1D. Bo41. Noble Grant ('(JH.I\DJ; AT ALL nouits.FRfliT ST.\m U. BltADKOHD CoqTFf.OIHI1., .\.. i : .
[... GnsVms for brick . . 385 57
in
A. L Sc" VicoGrauJ. is coming now, and the j.J. m. _. i AP.bTIlAL'T OF TITLE and. Real Estate ,
Mai'ue l ciegrapii puo. nonce . y ;U ',tl.. :
face of fanner is law a Specialty.
a brightening TRfEAGENT
many Panell & Page, office ch.iir . 5 50 ? Al structs furnished showing every Deed; tIT 1 b .

CITY NEWg. a* he jingles the profits in his pocket G W McKinney, lot for jail . 65 00 i C: am prepared to fill all orders for. Moitsa-jc[ Lien Tax Sale, .Judgment.- '.. ;"->.. rJtr--.E. i-J .. L.t'\.J.' '. : :

I --- and thinks of the land he will II A Farmer, lumber for jaii . 94 28 peach, pear, and other fruit trees at the' .itathmcnt H'ronlme and affecting all mailers Titles of of.Real Public Estate . ....

Mr. S. F. Gaid'incr: )ias sold l 3 pieces of buy or the stock.. he can purchase. COUNTY WAP.HANTS IssrtD. lowest possible prices. Special bargains'offered in Bradford county. Florida, up to

property this week. .4 TJieic !is--- further- '-- of Thomas Gaskins, pauper . . 12 50 by the 1 Oil< ) to lOoO. Trees of any date. of .\Lstra(':. tt.r.i.
no
danger
yel- .
kind sizn furnished. I have -
1 1'. \Valtcr Todil oS. Lawtey was llJackson, . .. . 2 50 variety, or Headquarters for FIRE 1NSURANC E :
low fever and no need of fear for :also orange trees, by the lilt or 100l from
in the city tlii) wc k.. Win Ward .. 5 00Emi'line ) representing the Liverpool fc London&, .
:a. to G 01/1. at hotton pi ices. I iO-1
Noutlteufiieis and years
our ; they are Malphurs '. . . 2 .5CKi7.c Globe_. Co. ._ _ _ _ _ fluIiuey. f .
Mr. D. L. Alvarez has gone to vito persons w-intim fruit trees of any -- .
too sensible, to give up a Florida Benton, . . 2 jO .
South Florida to l.uy cattle. I kinds, vinos, shrubrosos, or anything .
trip on the account of little scare. F K & X Co, freight . . l'j' 00 in this line, to soo 1110 bo tore purchasing J. W. HICKS JtejM] I '..

H Sanders Canlell ] fine .-.- --.-- .- -- G W :; SAND SHOES -ANI) .
( capturec a_ McKiuney, jail lot---------- Go 00 elsewheie. i I: am connecteil v.-ith erck- .
Mr. S. :P. Crews
lot of quail on Tuesday. brought a sweet B F Gainey killing wild cat . 3 00 lI1.\ns and other(:i,1C'hr.-ttcllnur6I' ;. nml __ .. a
from his farm i I t. CITY A .
.I potato[ on Monday I J II Johnson -p .t :
. fI 00 I griarautcO all orders will bo filled with ; 4

If you vantii.e.-b i 1 wjork tlo.not .that measured 14 inches in lengthand \V F Ilicc load of eionc . . 11 40 exactness of hindand variely: wanted, / '4 :- .. '. ..' 4

:forget. -to bjg-t. to this 6ffice. 12 inches in circumference, he I Andrews & Alvarthauling sand. 12 50Staikc as I am determined to j.ivo sati.sfietion, n \.niiu n XfiO II.\I; DGE SIHI. b &. ?. -
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MK Daniel Newingham- has purcha&cd stated that he had 600 bushels of : Telegraph, publishing. 7 50 so that I can do business with. tho same OPEN AT ALL 2WESr 4 t ; .ar' -,
e
Mrs. A. E. Morgan's houses corner J L Gaskinfor buck for parties in tho fntiuv.Olliio -
pne of jiil 363 G7 *
the. same kind on 4 acres of ground Cardincr: it Pratt's Real ,
Lee and Pine streets. . 21 90 I at ; SHOP OH C .ll ST. JUST EAST ARflIELL i ,.
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Estate oilk-e tiUrkc: 1'la.
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We Mr. A. L. r'
We are j ad to see Mr. A. W. were presented by L Witkovski, chair-------------- 5 50 :

Berry on tho street again alter ise'ere Von Kim with a handsome Kieferyear John W Kelium county treusurcr. G3 14 I (fEOUE1DIXEI: : ._ OF KA1LROAB. .! .... ..

: illnes raised In his garden. lie M V Smith countscommissioner.. 21 GO Will constantly keep on hand a full! :
says .Tajr."iJIi-onV S5 !I.oc. _
I :: fcrrV: ;
ret.r
.h
: ;nm' -
I II P York ollicial: business . 42 35 "' :if'"! 5- MU i .''. i i-rconimen-l iH.ertorHV ; line of the following goods for sale.: I : .
;that: it was raised on a tree that was I !( .-! I'r ..:.. LIT.- I la-rriri-ioft. 'fh5 is tho DAXDHUKF CURE to cleanse the hair.CIIEA.M } ; )
Law4ey was the only wet precinct M[ It Beasly county commissioner. 12 SO I 9'i'hil1i II ;:,;.(.c, U; wm I'oi mutation Tihlcliae- : '! Worker .- :
small received by mail 3 This ti.i.-t.-. *,.Th-sr < -. 111,1I'i ).'iiy l..v altewirtlni to OF HOSES for the face to riH .1k. : Iron '
jn the county, and it by only a years ago. II A Farmer lumber .. 'IiicitiiiO I- ; :
for jail. 94 2S \ l'Ul1 I'l"'" I :' : -- i :!a.-.i it-nriuslhis r Ilkatni irr'i< btamp, remove sunburn tan, freckles and smoth ; ", .

majority.MrJW. same tree had 60 fine large pears Wilkovski, bil's about .. :8632 : .M.u-jd : I. *kin. .
_ _ jail.; ] ; ." ,. tIle
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this II C Ila/.en I JArr .p..f"c A t w. A full line of Kazors and Hones constantly '. ;
year. killingwiid cat . 3 00 I = -- -
:: Sweat has l been confined .
; _ $StHIWffti .IBB .
old p fesHdi0
on hand razois repaired. i IMip formerly occupteyi c .
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J S ; t .
but his Andrews cty commissioner. 9 :20 SS SH : : .1. W. HICKS cI ,UcttworkJrrmyhtA romite cufzens of .* .
time > the
tQ his bed for some Slarke can now boast of a goo.lllal1l1. G \Vymanri G W lIcKinnecty commissioner 6 00Morgan's :.:- -- ..-"i. :' ., raI': ?_ ("......j;; ,.n(' '_ STAIIKE FLA. .* A ll rkwarrantcd. Charges1 moderate. Hoofing, Q fPt ..
auj
now mvtfh better The boys practice two nights t f ; ': '. '. -' '. If i Hit. fcex- r .
Bazaar. stationery . 3 00L 1'j.' ..; tll.m"ditJ.Cr.1f."t& Leaders a spc laity. --
ill each weeK and take I' t_. \ .\ < ,.T. S. .\ r">3alcr.rl! JERS AtI-.RIERS RO1TLYFILLED. .
eem to agreat R. RI
A great rnanyof our clti1.cuarc Wilkivski, several amounts 9892 I f-: \"J '.\ : ----.I. !.Iik l II..mn.; W. ,
I : t\ \ 1. !" ''iiliu-vto t.i tii! y
1, : this week attending the Expo interest in it. This move James Millon work court houte.i 20 1.2 \.\ ., r:' '* :i.i J.uy Knito 04
away ..". riCAi.ci: IDR"Y"
'fa !
; \ -p. .
fr, \ .,
L \'il1io..ki for jail work to do 225 00 ; -<
:
is
alone advertisement yet
Mtion! at Atlanta as good an as .J o:1'. IJ. A'.,..".'JCO -iIi-ii-iiiIk MEN'SJOMOLA
X .U .UH. ,; t.., .:.: : ,, o.c- GOODS
Wainright tax assessor . 210 10) .. .
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we can have and all ought to encourage I I '-- ._.. "t. 0.f.-'' : -it Lnc.litStt .
.
lttl' S. J looks t : ;-- .:. ":. I. 'J..'.I I AXIIGROCESIES, llll
Sternburg as natural the boys. Kingsley Notes. I._'._. -- .' -.r-? : A. L Von B'.IRI Fine CIH11igltor

and takes hold of business a3 i if .-- I ".. ,. ..I: *'/ \ '.-
\ :

he had always been in Starke. Mr. 'Yi1tcrriI! ha> our thanks "Beautiful rain" for a few days past I cEr:::::klrjTrri.. -.. JCjSH9a..!-iaas. r.! snOI; $2.0.; 'CngroQ' H-ind!! S wei

for a nice bag of \\ alter has spread her misty mantlo o'er us, and -. '. \
1. pears. OA.-: .. .if i" -'": "-n IlIr:' rrrrnUfy StarkeFlorida.'rIde

Richard &; Pace new brick store i is j I I keeps an excellent fruit store on the draped the sky in clouds. The thirsty ...r'. .n, ., :.'i.1" -.. 'i',.'". "."'..' n1. .I iv'.'" f :'tt'.r".".:);,:;.m il'ox lt- I .. Ladies wno unjV bci-r! BOOT. p SHOE STORE Shoes made to oi'der ,..O.}
wI -
now complete and will be ready for i I earth has quailed her refreshingdraushts i !"*:. .i '' : ,.. "- ". ,'.. ;.: \ '..' ig kept on file at rime office ofJ1ADVERTIS1Nq wearing $! an.l :. -
': : paper
5 wharf where find -t tI.
Sa its tenants, 1 by Nov. 1st. one can always I and Bradford county ha!l gone dry!! t-x-: : : I Shoes and dc-irin; Vlso Complete Line of mea: .
th<* choicest fruit at all season I 'ho'( of thutik iti Gentlemen who'd l --'-- lYER SON '

hu.r 1l little difficulty in the This fruit store is an addition to, of tliunk it! If we're not a poet ,'&'.1 .1' ( Economy, Style npi i STARKE, f I

cT surveyor: camps the other night, one Starke and should be woll patron next toet. What is it buts but a goet: No Universal Remedy Comfort, sliould! try :. 'VomciT, Jlisses. Soy and .'

I pair of this Cclcbr-atc'i
W.ish. Fraiiivlin while .
: said
j goet you an
,. rnan: was badly l injured.Jttorg'nn ised. I 'n t '
Children Shoes, come
-. but he least fl3ENTS line of Shoes. L -:" I 1 young'< made a mistakenient. j has ;yet heon disoovon-d : hut, as at FLORIDA.

UroV. are again on the 1 It is with much regret that we: i 1 he meant poet while you are young 01 i-L j four-fifths of human diseases have their 1 I BUILDING l; g* PHIUDIUHH.ESTIMATES French K4'. f.JIf'; '. I I

I words to that effect Our : in Impure Blood, a medicine TIMES ) them
newspapei
move as their building wanted by learn of the sickness of two of our i source -' i4e I I
I .. A .. _. kids. is it were, so to speak, are lioth! i \\hkh restores that fluid from a depraved I I SSSffgi.1SI FREE I
uicnanl: condition comes as !
goeting and pooling while they are to a healthy
I S 1. MANUAL I .
SON'S
i 1r AYER & .
that ----
Mr. J. E. Wainwright is ngainfn : Boy? Peck. Although they have suffered young.for fear, we suppobe.that they will near being a uuhersilure as any 1 ---- -- ---. u. --- -W.--,'-. LeI '

greatly, they have proved never live to he old. It is ::1 s.ort of giveaway \ can be produced. Aycr's; Sarsaparilla 1I M.L'Engle. : ..
the business he be I .
can of its -'
grocery \ affects the blood in each stage
: to tho of
found at"'the store of T. W. :w<:t. themselves little men by their pa- much poetry.explain Newspapers appearance trying to bo so j formation, and is, therefore, adapted tea i i ii i ;1ird.c nli.f l'Oli rt! a- 1!

II .
tience. Both than
fast .
Lbsusi -' -- arc recovering. great and good should have no sei-rets greater variety of complaints any .
We would call ihe attention : medicine. A BAKER. Gasl.jtcioYItT .
respectly known W. N.
pf farnicrfandfi nit growers to the advt- )[1'. J. C. Clark, with his usual from their patrons, so we explain. i iI I other I ,. .::'f.:.". \:'" -.'..-.t.J.. I HENRY A. L'ENCLE I Manager. -. .\ ..' a t..

Mrs. Winderof "WJnsor CotUiga" has >i and Carbuncles : ,. ..
Boils ; ; '
pf Gco. Gardiner the fruit generosity presented the I \ -- JjSI LLt .
.
tree man. TbLEGHAl'U\\ : '. '. ; ; 11 ,1
received a carload of house furnishings I .1'Aca.--'I.. ,".-.. '. .
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It is rumored that Starke is to I with a splendid bunch Malaga from the Northto ornament and homely ] which defy ordinary treatment, jieht to i .r.' "/ "< 0,"' ." J.r..r..r;, -'. S. .'

grapesvhifh were truly delicious. her pie isant place. i Ayers Sdr-aparilla after a comparatively 1'/1 :'.. \-1 1''fIT' : O.lLl TRUi COM.ECTIOX
RHCEIVED.M
have a harness: store. Next thing I I i' 1 ". WILL I0; A OENER \5Kif! BUSIXKW. DKrOSITS .
brief trial. $ '
Seeing that the secret is out, lhat >'c I| tsA" iK rx s-** *rv a6V II ;'.
There will'he need i R; c RATES OF EXCHGE.
of 1 ; > USU U.
one M -
no \ \T
will be first class furniture i any K. of Charlottesville, y- .
a _. slore.Mr. have Kina: and Queen at this place and I i Mr. C. Murray I cZf g' f I II -
---- I that Starke is without write that for he was afflicted ) ;m- jof -
complaining Va. years
d11 -
.. A.. E. Moitt js the iron I that they are expected soon, wo might i | H" \.rfi .. n r-. :lnr i Ask 1 rcrallrr: fnr -
doing him
caused I \ r..I! : :
loils'l.ich 'io: "
with ;
1 l dainties, while :-. Clarke keeps hisgrapes as well toil 1 lint our I}ueon: is also expectod X""7ii-. ? ., -, L I'* -.'"""" tL-: .; .,.I. 1.\)1'. or %t.m JAI .
work ouHuo These were succeededby I .Wj 9i2' J---------- \: lil fiV ,ar.ru'to'or: =: new jail this alone is much suffering. g .\ > .
choice apples and other soon, and don't yon forget it, we i -4 FFJ ., Hr ,:?Out.iapcarJ p=l/onll*w-lc* .,
he had several \ : : : "
:
which .1.11
carbuncles, of f' i'.J" .. ZT-E.: :: .. S
evidence that it will be W ; I ..
well done ; ; -
I I shall not. We have been King of the >:' the use ofAycrs I 3 .:...e ,_ ,. rFl1t.'k1c ,. .
fiuits. He then began : =
time. .
--- - at one -. ., .... .. r.Z\ ,- rk.-1.a.._.. } l :;
t. flOI :c'ftI -. ..
Cattle alone just as long a$ wo care to he. I ,". .. 10.1 T t: : t.j.1. \ : : :
I : Col. Peek is with his drainage Sarsaparilla, and after taking .':' I II ., --I -p. .
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so busy \ ); \'h', i..tIr. : 4. : I' .. t- "): .. .- I" '' h '7zJ .
I ;
And tha next time too if it lakes J" "' 1.1.3' "1'.1. I .- "'-J. "
The Banner we rti ; :
Dry County go carbuncles A."J. .
the appesm i.1' rr-f'' ...
thiee bottles .
scheme that ho docs not luo the ; a aw mill, two beautiful jQunsj turtles he has not had I I .oJ:> '' t : -'; : i I'r'.:.... I Ii 1\r:" ,.--f:_cz.-;. :: \ .... ._. '.. .. r.J- .. ... ...; :. : .4.j
On canvassing the vote Wednesday 'd, and for six years ..,, .' ', _.:. :- ... .: .. S. s t- '3J3 1
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time to attend to his regular buM-- '! and a carriage, so stand from under. -S ".; .. ... ') ..!, ; > ..-. '. _r:13. ,-.. ; :,
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commissioner? the vote to sj s ( cvf 11 a pimp -- : ; ". .' '; .>,. 1. \ ; : '. .. t- '
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a call this week from Ht'\'. lr. Brow- I Lake Butler . .209 3 20iItmaJitine. ( ;i Al>o for oraimo crates Ac.i many equally fatal. Eruptions, ulcers ,1, ...,. ;,',p..,'") ":-....1,\. .::..!.:i... ..;,It.',. ;','''.. ,<.;. ..Af.- '. I II 1 .'}. J 1'.t_4< .: .: -./rf. I..t..,..'t i. r.'I.1. ;.:,:;'.. 1. .''-..u -. :" "'rr J' r--.'trr e'j:,. ? :.!.i.tu:.l S ..." .
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i Mr. A. P. lludgens i is booked for his .glandular swellings. I ; ,.p .r..1. : .r. '' Y. : .. ."-
fler of Waldo and Mils Fannie Mar i . . 49l 4: j I sore eyes t.. lJ.l." ''' '' ; :-r./ 1/ : 'it 'I' ':', ';."f.t'r. ..<. "r"of.r' :: -
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tin of this I j ?i-ovidencc..9 0 139 j "home by the sounding tea" next w ck.I and wastt-d muscles capridons appetite .f ,J'',_,[" r..--_-..H'.ro'if".,. '....: .: .- .::''. ;'..:;.. :'-.i.Z... ., ..... ,\Ip J,r.; ".. ; t 1"o-J? .::. :,' .:".'''.- :'! ,' S !. ._:.,. '..'. :. ..;,.....-..f.i'a.... :- .' .. .. ....!.' 'IiJ1':::.\Mr". .. -a .
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city. *- and the like, are pretty sure indications : '. ." ", ;. '-'.;- IpitImuIa1e \-\V 5/ : ; : ; : ._ .- .. .. : : ,.I 54 It V'i XL ;>:
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A tall hat i holler"! .1:1it is Eall.Ir.. I I. has of n scrofulous taint : i''s: i II 1 '. i: : b t-' .r S.. t.. ". .t:1t: .f ';'. 'II4'rr.- .. .
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craze has seized sonic of i; Hampton. . . :.14 6 48 otherwise beautiful facts :. J"! : 1' "- t'. :- : :. : ;_. "'._ t ; ;; !... .. c-. .i ilit "
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some choice Japan persimmons on his : \ : ; ; ..:. L: '::" k"' I-d..C.' 0
pur most fashionable citizens, and Starke . . .203 77 12S are disfigured by pimples, eruptions, rj f.I n ; \ i------i: l'. : .l-" .',:' t. ':. <-"; ,.:..d'..0.: .!.-.":" rT-t-'' .

we Total .. . . ..9I :- 1! plaee this year; they arc beauties; many: blotches, which arise n rl"f J Ii\ ( J f I.r ::; '. .. ,.. : \ ',' ... ;..J" t.'v1.: .... ;..,'. ;...:.....: _r'. <". .0.'-_' -
may now. look'. for tlris.f:1 hiol1 to votes cast I of them would'ih; live or six pounds. ami unsightly .; i 1l. .... 'p. .. .. .'.\. .. .. / ..; ,-.. '"_0'.... r .. ;-0...: 1..... .. .
'... .'. Total 307 from impure blood, showing tho need of ; p I. I.". J.. ." t ,'. f' : -: .; .y.-j.. '
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spread. I votes--------------------- They cat like "rose leaves and hone," T : I .j I.' I A t. 1 .- : ',' : I. .:; ,; : t ." ;,, 1 1.19
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I Totalet votes. . . . . ..loO : ; with dreams fi-esh Aycr's Sar:aparilU to remedy the evil.Au ll"l t tj:; "/i lI'Jsif.4._ 1 .. ,'yt.. !..,. :... ;....I ..:. r.'L.' ,..h"'iJ. e-rrA'r,"t. '.
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should give Ayers .n.i-- ,
I ) l1:1jorltth.au.. any county in the s II I j As will be seen by the above the county speak. We have never sampled them nia1-avoiding allllf'-Ilds. ointments f; thoiorvi-J ir'. del ,,t }. : ...:.. L-.._._ .:: .--.J; i; :...I...: 0' ... ....." :,m ,: ,.II I"
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Tally Bradford .
one for old ,' years i openly, speaK w.rthlf-s comp'jumls! which not only at'l nr. t:".'.1.1.' .11 ... ..,. .r.. ..n.. .t..: .. .. .. -""tJ'": "". .h S.I .! ".
ted I the banner j jority of G-17 votes the Iu.ge:t dr majority and IOOKS u great ways, the girl said, .'. ...1. ; '--t.a, .. ..7:=..\..1.l'c.! ;! J .
county. | go fail to t-ifrit a uro. but more frequently r"tJ1' r. 7 !. ;'H.-'i-, t r._;.;: : .., ,...:. .._ . r N "' .
-- ---.--- of any county in tl, state and one d's- I, when she refused the editor-who wanted aggravate: and confirm the diseases they _i.l:-1 j N ".i LJ---J t':1. .. .4. ,Ito 1 ,'-"' ,'. '.t. ....-1.,. :. --.1h.-" _' .:':'w'!--t-. 0' &f'71'jn\f4..-a---t..S.-.;f) \.OJ 4l. 1'O U. n

ndni Sam.Woodward I trict three taken are fraudulently advertised to remedy.Ayer's : IH. ,'tT -:.;1.:11' -o ; .'. "-.r. .': : ., _; .;: -. Ssitca Mass.Full .
the faithful stable cast a solid dry v bte, and cast ; their pictures together. !n mt ;:11 !t' ,. ."d'C' j T:. : > t <:. truccL. Ct., ,

manat but 17 wet votes and only one precinct a I By the way, Thos. Bell and family, of tsilt----. iVri ei.i:..; 3"t.:3 I \a'r".IY,,!':.t.! r ;-. .
tha City livery htabkh I \ 'I j Sarsaparilla isllar i>r;5J JV.I;:' ::: ?f'! I'
I Kuszlan 1 are house-keeping in Kingsley cm-tbIl :.;. I ,,:,' :'. I" y.:A:2iyoffici .a ; .
!s taken : wet majority. Considering the light"otc . ': :;: r.. Shoes for. sale by
4a.0 upon limself a u ife. Wi-j I the majority was exceedingly huge and is I now. Thoma has three worlds under I i PREPARED BY i CO::< i..h :. : : : L. line pf the above .

hope tins'\vul1 nakeMiiiu none the? a great credit to our people. his control: ho "would give one if he, : Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. I Sell TT.:'.5ic-r. 2, I, .; -LV4IEZ; Starke. Fla. ,

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Aw Farmers and otlera who hav" little leisur
L DVEUTfltO.t WORDS,OF V One or'Ajtindg W 1df8 .Lete". time for the net MVV will find
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#-$ .-..-- ,; 1 A9RICflLTIIRAL HOUSEHOLD A&. l letter Interest to B. & Co.. Richmond J@i-
.QUiaE IV I Iw tmilm (main( ; The folowing, frm ,whose advertisement appears In another
) *-*---.---- _I_ -I---I-----! .We a t our own -V. (Dooklnjf Ve ct*blil Ward id a \ girl, and recently eoraron. They offer great Intu.emet"to per- ( c
,- %?b $1 colit o s ooIs oo1s ooIa V ; my faut is for the first time in the sans td woTkforlhein all pan t me. _: MARK ....
t ; ,. I 50 1 25 4 001 8 OOS OOIO 00 .'. .To lira- me too oftn die TOPICS OP INTEREST nteLATiVETO the cotking Of. Vegetables i.o published i po <. (!. '"
# '. 5 00 7 8 0011$ I22 00145 V no meari :pretensions, requiring, jus session of an-EImira (N. Y.) gedtleman: GOOD cat from common; moss are. the ...
e tfA&M AND OARhiEN. .
.. ; Iot2Itsooio.oIuoo Misdirected labor waste of other cdoking; lose .tentlOI Am V SALH. MA.June IS; < f-
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.. V V v well> art uui neds g8 MY DEAR AMELIA- tl No 6pturn.la Plso's Cure for
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Ten.cetH Hn f< fW1ri5.mnd five cents for .. ;. V 'HaVrcstirir; orthe a delicate taste much I miss you VIt I Cure where dtht-r remedies taiL 'r :
p each Pnb.qet Insertffin. *3- Nearjy all great men'haea .remark. fleat inl6&r Crops. oven ket\e, All kinds seems as though I had lost all Irifr rektivcs ,
:. bpcciat nile for tlmt advertuemenU UO*&U ., .In disc the ; of it.. Jmother and the V .
harvesting are < p
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.. cation t,the offlco. .. able memies.:. *VVT V imprn prciple need to be examined .
,4 involved. While to' green yegetables cooking Point WitF PrideTo Gone where the )
r crops stove We e : .
:' Do the-trt you know, andjtyJTHhall grow long'a. and harvest with great; care"before washing, to see. Why didn't put you In a btte and bring .Rat ar sm. Woo 6*KITS"' -
\ SUBSCRIPTION l & trth yolrneed know.:, .* : a .they can, that nothing lurks the leve you down here with mel 'al always the mr.at borne" ion or ,Hood'-Srs* ou Rt Mice, Boa t derne&t "Go
GJo.c. 'V:'0' One year..........,....:..., ..,;.;;r.l-M 'Feebleness before-frost-damages them'gi my isthe" forgetting something. The other day I went parllla. In LpweU. Ma';..when Jt fl prepared there BUM. Files, .!Antaossa *,' !
.1' j(1- Six mODlhll"..........._....;:..U..H .'*> .' of means ,is,'. in fact the 'wh&t 'barley, oats,.etc., Distinctly impressed upon I memor my off and forgot my aunt Sarah, and she's ago more of Hood's SAriaparllla $ 1 Rian' of all other Bd.b,Weasel. Insect Bu

fr t, r 1t AH.abBcrlpllons mutt be paid inTarlablr' ad feebleness of him that fcrriploys before perfectly if-we-would secure honor with/wtojch boiled deal bigger than you are. Mr. Ramsey f medicine Whole neighborhood*a*taking It at the Musk Bats,Jaj*, cROUGHER- -"'

;t J. ; vaaCtt.Ko trimtaxton In favor 6f anybody. -. Cal not that man.wretched who, wh- the largest rp starch in the kernel fork had btertetFai large insect ele- i a very forgetful man. He frequentlyeoes Mr.Ramsey game time,and It has HT.H. the Uwf of satisfaction :

; H .'CommnnlcaUoni upon aU matters of local la'jtttetBollclted ever. il he suffers; h.child .to whkh improves the quality of theflouvthe ,: with the Cauliflower;:sferved at discovery an anil is forgets hs washett8l'L: man. re since Its Iritroductton' Wn ysarsago.'fhls It could not suffer b

K'I .?; from all of toe value for 'etc gatit 'dinnetpary. Which a very If the medicine" diJnt posses ft. you
parta county. Extraordinary are not always malting :, of Mr Green the Maiden murderer.WhenMr. '
_._,_ afictions whl.e'. of the entertainment minds me blood rdebility,try ll
4'' . -_ the punishment .' at 'same time, the straw is spoiled Ramsey goes to the penitentiary, from impure curative.Sp :
4r- graces.We occur will peculiar .
p General for insignificant and you real lt p.er. .
Dtreetonf mean send hiiiidoughnutsmagaZifleS --
------_.----.-, talk of creative minds. That is but feeding. Indian corn is quite sensitive perhaps but one which is alwaysconnecte1 which will b very soon and,other we must documents. -I "I had salt rheum on uiy left arm thre;eas sTifferlnic Washing and Starching t owtfer.--
.UNITED STATES OFFICER to frost. should be cut when rence ltrar tA and the lion In
Sorghum I >k Uo's SrUm. hoisekeepjn. A sew
a figure.of spe.ech-we can create. noth 'In mind,with the Chartting Mr. Ramsey can rad very teribly. world. diacovey, r
. 4 r IXHATOES: the grain is fully ripe t secure also the my rheum ha entirely dtappa" :H!K 1 the How to Wgt1 and Iron. V
.ing. WelL .
;c'' / ,.. ? largest quantity of sugar in the stalk.-. dining-toonl. of the hostess. like T shooid like you French St.,L.eD 1a. Dishes
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Famnel llo. very
en. 1'1I.CO.Montice And..cauliflOwer.need you
much
'False men are noT to be taken into con- Grass when before it,is in blossom Lettuce/spinach twelve older.I I Gasswa, Qv -
cut
if
well :years
lion. Wilkinson Call.Jacksonville.First .: ;'; (.fidence fearful into thatfrquircs washed in several waters and left just a lOU Hood's4SarSaparLIIaSold : made clear
, ,_ nor men a post is innutritions, and.., ie but greatly in id be am very singular about some things. l hl .
'-4 1 nlrnaDTATInl: .'. resolution. in ice/cold .water a few moments before You spoke to me a boy who is my 0 YOUNO GIRLS Z
When cut in full blossom abut Mass. wfthRss "
?:'. : ., by C.I.HOOD*C(' Apothecaries J.wf1 -
DIstrlct-4IOB. R.H. DtTldson.Qfl1ncy-- "making't. The use of the greens is very rivaL I should feel very sorry to Lilt that do M nice washing and _
D ironing
dis-
be free-nrmdcd and
To .
G econc1 IJliWct-Uot'har1es cjreeffully out of blossom it is in lu.ll draining. One Dollar ,
I' DoughertyTor*' drive to it. I am in I 100 Dopes ,
chemistry but he me do1manf Boung ,
who studies the boy, may b ludr. nqt
., ; .- ., apparent? to one VCOCKLE'S /
Orai'p.' .. -' posed.jgt1bours.of meal sleep and exercise flavor, in Us highest degree of nutritious"Talner that he will take himself into a prema- lnUke can IU used In .
j '. C.*. CIKCWIT counT: ;"*>*. of food. :"By.them slight indispositions hop WASHING
; 0 isoneof,4hebest ptecepts of long and'Joscs far less in drying. When -that he will choke himl with a STARCHING:youaeedhy ,..
:k Fifth Judicial Circuit-:\. b!foods', Atlanta are'often'removed, and Very likely but if neitherI no fear in using this article: being free froe '
cut after the seed has formed much Qf large slice of pudding,
r4 ,G.Sni>j*me Court Justice, Msljffled.JIon. lasling.5Let I obviated. Almost with-chains Tile alkali it does not rot,yellow nor injure tt '
every load him
A. Orrtlt the will turned brow 'and grave disord rs: shall be forced to ANTIrBILOUS! finest fabric;
! pan those who to foliage have cllar TIwU.-
us blachl
L expect That will wbl.
t. l'ardc.Npplf. I effect. all lectures to Him.
Judge. lieike kind its specific and read my only article art 5 i
1L M. Call.Jacksonville.U. Woer.4. Korth-S die.and shall find tEat we feared j' dried, the stems will be woody, and of'vetabl.ha is nervous finish him! his boots may remain, but the rest I I PILLS or coM) to Rive a goal body and beaaJKilfvU

Dbtrlct .s death onlybecausewe.are unacquaintedwith though it'dries with comparatively little a will have miserably long ere I get gloss; insist on your Druggist or Grocer etwii

j \ Urd.Maubal,Xortherfl'DlBtrict.Vhillp ._ : ".* losa-of weight, yet it is far less relishedby 'sedative and acts favorably upon I through! pJisbe THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDYfor I ting it f or?ou.10&25c.E.SWells,Jersey City,-f
J ,Jacklnvlt.JL C. \\IIonTafla- r I "cattle 'nutritiouswhile in rheumatism and neuralgia; lettuce and j I You must be a little girl and always Lher. IUlp. In-'lpr-.tlon.' fti;: ffree from )'< '-1.
) and less good
al: 0 basfte, F.U. ) ,Pltfa Clerks,Northern 1nqu five people"are the fnnel of ,. i Cucumbers, with the'acid which is usedin mind your mother. let your excellent try; contains onlc *>nr, wtnMi Illrelfnu. ROUGHCORNS for hard or 10ft mtI'j(
seed ,
few does the make
goodthe N. C1UTTEXTON 15c.
;;i- lIurlCL do sot very grasses with Agent: C. At bmggja ,
conversation: they feel that she is acquainted
anything duringthe mother sorry
them .
thA The dressing are'coolng .
. TEBMS-MOBTUiBH DlfTHICT: damage to the rest of plant. -
. 'jEoftheir but If it hadn't been for her you might "li ;
own use, merely pass heat of summer is an you. Y JJ4T-3S
Jacksonville,first Monday in Pecrmber.Tallahnffee V same.general principles apply to. early ; asparagus have drowne i in plate long ago. Andif !
soup
it tQ oiher.Ctraientment. cover stimulate 1 KIEDER S !
tomatoes
in
.. '- tnt Monday February. j and other forage Thus admirable blood purifier; you hadn't ever had any mother you

'I.t : J'cuMcola, lrt 1l )!lyIn March is a pearl of grat price, .cnsiloing or for drying crops. for coarse foddershould the action of the stomach and liver; might be a Turkey with the Turkeys. In PATENTF.A.LKHXANV.Soucrroit

r. sTmsTnicT otR-Nortbern District : an( whosoever procures it at ejpense be after tle.eais are well onions are a remedy for sleeplessness, fact, my det so conduct :yourself!
'::4 lion. ThoB. Set'le,Jaekponvllle,Judge.. cut up beets and tur- that even on dark and rainy days the bright
1, of ten thousand desires makes a wise anda and arc very wholesome; ot r eTIS.WMhI5ISS.
i. and before
2C. M. : I). b. formed they ace fully ripe, and that
Attorney. shine wherever are
tII.Jact.oo\le. sun you C. Mo gplCT Is Clndhsi..
material while may chArg patent ttcttrtA-Jjmd{or
z' .. W. happy purchase. nips furnish waste ,, peas
Marshal.WaKcr
S C for then the stalk is richer in sugar, la the stars (which are next to the sun in brightness '

.p 1 -. : ,'J'J1Ip:. ,.Jacksonville, Clerk, Eastern DI. In free countries there is often fund more .foliage, and less woody and beans are nutritious and strengthening ) may never flash brightly but that you : ::;

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a.i :; .; I). t\VieonTaahapEee! !! Clerk Middle Dlvlelon more real public! wisdom and sagacity American Agriculturist.Oat in a high degree. But from the first can always look steadily and hopefully toward S'IO"oo.e"
: F. the lisUo the last much depends on them. 'I
" C Jitnfhreys, lenaol.Clerk, D1 amr. than in thecabmefs V of "
S.. shqjis mlnufctores : friend WARD. .. Wrak Oat RsaW
the they served. Faithfully, your A Me. l or Pbyaleml *M -
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way are
of where .. ,
0 ? princes Straw for Stock."In V Nerve Bitter fail toeor 5OCt Herb M.4u.Gt
111: to the old opinion is now ,Pa. Sole by all Dsr .
". dare Contrary ia ri.lllhMt luuiadeIpbia
I V.a'tePD1vI1u.tackio none to an opinion they
vI11eCret Monday In hare of conclusions _
unt rf recent report A SCRK CURE FOR
j. December. into them. believed by many of the best scientists of How General Grant Met His Wife.
: ...Middle! .Division- ]ahallee. feat Monday in come reached through a long series of experiments the day that vegetables and INDIGESTION and DYSP. PSIj'. AXL
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: present. The Confederate General Lougstreet
February oat
concerning the feeding of needed for Over >.(PhysicUn have sent in their approval of FRAZER
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; :; W..terl D1yIaIou-Penaco1a,4rst.. ; Monday in V I'lcturesqueJajanese Customs. straw Professor of Missouri cereals furnsh all substances introduced General Grant to Miss Julia PIESTYLS.sa)Ir-n h.tt It M the tirst preparation
Sanborh ,
& March. the nourishment and maintenance of the that they have ever 1'
'., ; ; The's\ ord is held in special veneration says *hat this straw is mainly valuable asa be fruits Dent\vho Is now General Grant's widoLongstreet's We h.,e never "lllr/case of byapepsli where UEST TV !TUB WOULD t !
STATE body. However that may DIOKSfYLIN was ikett that was *, I. .
mother Cent. On tp-Oei.theGccn'nt- &
OFFICER the of all heat and does not was a 'ure. I
classes. fat
by .
; ; Japanese symbolizes producer. i
tIoern Edward A. Terry,Tallahalsee, I I grains and vegetables largely preponderate from the military academy FOR CHOLERA IHFANTUM. .
the divine the much fat because cattle will graduating
'. ( authority produce A MONTH eaaTII"|
and
p. Atoro'y-enell- Cooper 'lalahule over meat in the dietary we IT WILL CURE TE MOST AUOK4.VATED CASES.IT .
crctl' Y Stte-ohq L .au. Mikado: the loyalty and martial pride ofth'c not eat enough of it. It contains but 1.4 cannot over-estimate the necessity of preparing Lon strect was assigned to a command, WILL STOP 'tOMITINU IN Pk :SASCY. SlOOtoSSOO t JflndwokinfoAIigi1'3 VrefreE

. S Ir.comptrIIer-W. D. Darnos,Tallahast ,* -i warrior;, and Japanese writers speakof per-ceafc: of digestible albuminoids, or be the time and was stationed at Jefferson barracks IT WILL RELIEVE and Chronic COX fP.UI.1 I "ho e 111I tunitsb t'lt-lr own hurses and give fb lrttBlotliobiisinfw. .
them so as to at same For Summer Coiyplarnts .
'T Trcatutfr-E. 8. Tallahassee. .. it la the flesh and 40 cent. of below St. Louis. While there he visited direct of Dlarrh..a Spare moments may ne ? IJ."nI'u"I'fIIOJ
.' Cri glowing terms as "previous formers per digestible and strengthgiving.In which are the rt1ulU IIJlertet dIgeston .. A few vac-anries In town and : V AdjutsK-Gcneial Lands and Lang Immigration, Tallahassee.Commissioner .-. L possession of lord and vassal from times ] carbohydrates, or fat formers. appetizing boiling vegetables it is much better his relatives, the Dents, on the Gravois DIGETI Swi.. ,fcr all pains. and curE.Tae ot F..Fjon\sn S*(SO..lf.13 Main St., Rlrhmolltf Y. i

older than the "the it with and road and when Grant was assigned to : they -ill rome from InJiRfstion. Ask '
J V ttitcneli.Tallahassee.tnpcrlntendent divine period or as lence. to use advantage get hard. This is Itmah *"SoldierS ct Helm. Send dame
1 VV Public Instructions-A/i But- living .soul of the of it it must fed witha to use soft water than no the same regiment with Longstrect the your drfflt for (price $1 1 per lal P ensions I for clrcnla"C01. L. B :(0.-
Many e have It vend one
; : .. .ell, samurai" ful beneft fancy but.has been and may be demon- do> dola t UA) Atfy.Vagmmrton. .
and will bottle to .
Talnhlle first visit we a you.
his
him -
treatises have been theme the kind such accompanied on txpres' Irtpll1 -
.
.eL1. ,f. ( of Immigration A.Robinson. on directly .opposite strafed. The housewife who i is depend- later Do not hesitate to oen<\ your money. Or Great English Giatni'
the artof the maker and oil meal cottonseed meil. The Dent place and presented 'the reliable. Kttablbh twen-flve year Dii
.. Taahl Ce. ,. determining its or dent upon her cistern for loft water may WM. F, : CO.. Bla.ur's ri IllSi Rheumatic Reatriy.
SUTBEMB COUBT. RIDDEn
date of sword blade of Professdr found that little man with the big epaulets as .
thirty-four poundsof
a being one great home : John t.,N.V. pm.-
in but Chfml.tl lox.la d.t-l
: Chef! O. dislike to use it cooking a lU.llfaelurlae : I ro"
McWhorter Tallahassee
l\ltr4-e sometimes called in those "
research and labor. Those made before oat straw and six pounds of cottonseed Grant was -
Ceo. P. Haney,Tallahassee" made-filter will make cistern water pala-
Van ; 1C03; A. (called old.swords those meal the results to his future wife.A LY' ELY'S CREAM BALM Morphine Habit CnrH'fi) .
Vaikenbnrgh, D.f same fifty days .
t X 1 Jacklonv1e ; gave table: .A tight wooden keg with pebblesin OPIUM lo 2O day Ao pay .111 eive4'Dr.

t. 0rtILIO LXDSU. S Lda made since, newswords; and the formerwas pounds of the hay because cottonseedmeal the bottom a layer of sand above, and Is worth $1 000 to any .J.btepUenx LebaB- -

.. V onJce Register. a long straigh. double-edged weapon has 33.2 per cent of albuminoidsand powdered charcoal that Wonderful Freak Nature '
Oaln'rlet
C Tcker. coarsely over ,
: called! latter a katana. but 17.6 of carbohydrates, is sometimes exhibited In our public exhibi. 7 CHILD '. JONES ;
per
V STATE LANDS. ken4 cent with a faucet to draw of the water; this tions. When we gaze upon some of the peculiar MNrWQMAH- .
*
single-edged] and slightly curved toward thus forming straw .a well-bal IiiFEY .
Land 'orce 1'a11aiaeiee-C. L Michel Com any boy can up for his mother freaks dame nature occasionally indulges in, m
V the point. A shortsword or dirk, called I anced ration. Oil meal contains 27.6 per flrmer'l our minds re\ert back to the creation of man, YSthe.FREICN
V in of the back kitchen. In
the wakizashi, was worn with the katanaas cent. albuminoids and'27- cent of corner "who is so fearfully and wonderfully made." CATARRH. 3 Ton Wagon t ealea,
per
\ : some portions of the country where lime The mysteries of Us nature have been unraveled .roo lA"n./lret BuriBfi, ..
f' V COUNTY OFFICERS. a sign of gentle birth or military in carbohydrates, so that a pound more of 'is abundant such filter for drinking by Dr. R.V. Pierceof Buffalo.and throughhis c.'_ Apply Balm into each nostril.. .Tare Bu liar ,.>
,. heritance. Members of the fourth or oil meal than of cottonseed meal shouldbe 1 knowledge of tho<-e mysteries he has been seo. .j
V .." and cooking water ought to be indispensable able to his Solden : Discovery worth$1 ...rorBertinn *,- .
. County Judge-J.R.Richard. prepare \I.al t 88 a dy. Samples 1.5.FEE ETerrrtjt"Sctra. "
-V Clerk of Circuit F. York. fifth rank in the Empire wore ashortdirk I fed. The cost of this feed as -: Occasionally sensitive ," which is a specific for taints S5 Lines not umicr the horse's! feet thl IJON'S .."ooId- V

1 t V hherif*. -II. w. Coar-l without a guard, which doctors and compared with V hay at $5 0 ton, cannot Use alkaline 1 water without person''Injury. poisons and humors, such as scrofula. pimples, -V Brews r Safety lU-iu, Holder CO..IIUUY.Mich.S OFPiso's IlNaNAlTsL4BINdLAMTON..N.W
1." Tar Assessor-N.C. artists also and of cent is blotches, eruptions, swellings, tumor ulcers All get Pen.lonB. If'( were required to or i.
pound,
V WalwghL' carry ler .
"
kindred
a and By
.'
. Tar CuIcLor-L V. afectons. rU li L D I E R bl.d; travel pay.
. stilettos It said Remedy for Catarrh is the I
foot of to
E oper1Idntof Schools R. long were 1 part anofiicer's an important question. is used bounty collectedDeserter*
vessels
All in cooking vegetables THE polled or hornless cattle are a distinct Best Easiest to Dee,and .
fee.
TADowlnr. veers' or no Cheapest.C
.
County ,Illvevoy-John- I P. K. ** I. and nobleman's dress. Others take twenty-five pounds of it to make a ought to be so clean that they would not' breed, which first originated in Galloway, 1.3I relieved free.:A.W.22 Jrtp.C'. ''''";' -,!-c'
Coim'y' t ommlf g-onerg! -L.\vitkovskl,O. \\. Mc.' could be meptioned, but these will suffice steer gain a pound a day or .6! cents soil Scotland. They are now rai1(11 sot .lcCQrmick :
I .: X'eii> y. M.. .H. Beaseley. John S.AmJiewsind M to show their character daily to keep him in good growing con- a white cloth. After draining, either many parts of Sscotland and England, and dif / O I.II H worth j -ni per i 1-: I etttt's Eye Salve N ATA R R H
.. V. :Ulb.: important among steam them-a not modes of Culture have developed several \Jfnnh Sl.irr>. hit is suld at 2le a frix by dt'al.r.
way ferent
i. V _ '. who inscribe such sentiments dition. Buf, if four sufcentypopularor
.a people as by feeding pounds varieties of the original stock.
plunge] in water C Obtained. Send stamp for Sold bydrnsrcriP50c. !or III'nt by JftaiL
.j V ; CITY OFFICERS. the following upon, their blades: "la qf oil meal worth 1} ceqts per pound, come to the boiling point. Drain ha"Just V 83OO Not Called For. DATE*. N .O In"6t. UuiE.. .L.iCth. JE.T. Hazcltine.Warren Pa. V
.
$. one's last dac/one's sword becomes the the same gain can be made and by feed. 1 HAM Patent Attc/ney,Wabingon
II'or-T.. A. and dish the moment they are one.- It seems strange that it is necessary to persuade '
>I.urdI:1.-E. Kn'ht\ e's and, "One's ing a proportionately less amount we can men that you can cure their diseases by '
y' .welt ;
; 1p.l. 'trt. Good Houteleeping. offering a premium to the man who fails to receive { 'J:1
TteBest'fatcriroof
(1erk..I.I '
L \arkman. fate Heaven, but a keep up the weight, will help out "
j\. ) : V :1teihd i 1 benefit. And yet Dr. Sage undoubtedly!
' ec.or-L Jones. ik ti e twitdea h.:' short crop hay. tothe farmer who cured thousands of eases of obstinate catarr 'l cit : V

l' : ; V 'rr'flnrtr-l.l.loreyT, Wills.Aiiieruun "V. -. .. _' intiy. has not and cannot get oil meal the following Recipes. with his "Catarrh Remedy}"," who would never S.1 R (. .
; ar have to him. if it had not been for his
JohD J. M. BCTTEHMII.K PIE. -One butter
C.Uhar Trnby pd both facts will be of value Clover cup arplel .
Tow eil.J.O. aro : hay offer above sum for an incurable oat..1.
> l'
'
Ainrez L Alnrz 4'4 Japui contains about 9 of albuminoids milk, one cup sugar, six tablespooifulsbutter ] Who is the next bidder for cure or cash? C8'e. :
:
:
J : _. _. __. _. __ ( per- percent I T1)"TTSI1BHASDS1 r.ICKERln.TI'Inhd witernrnnC and will bePYendIij .
.v, f i ,:. e to Yoko- timothy contains. 5.8, and oat straw 1.4 six tablespoonfuls flour. Flavorto TFIERE are 428 Consular Agents attached to B1 in l>e hardnt norm. Tho.new Bcmreofiimtatmni.POM! .SLJCKLEll(one ia a renulneark. 1riUl, '*
V .t't
f. :' .- As THE survivors : cafes are t per cent; therefore, it will be see that a taste. the Consular Service in the Lnited States. :; D\ : fIIBtd"temTIREE rteelti"1 .Jilq-trstcd C.taroRQorrce.| J.Towor,Poiiton.MMS.DYSPEPSIA. 4,'

: ol Waefi' J;_ <4 1t! i graceful girls, ton of clover hay.fed with a ton of oat COOKIES.-Sift into five cups of four A Bonanza JUne -- .

.. raguan expedition are t meet_ 9iseles. tread,'. straw will be.equal in value to two tons five even teaspoonfuls of baking powder. of health Is to be found in Dr. R.V. Tierce's i

c" o with of clover containsan Add two of "Favorite Prescription," to the merits of ,
! city Curing e comm u '* } timothybecause hay cups sugarone-half cup which, as a remedy for female weakness and $

t the Loi svTIie Cour u4r7znmentflQLsilea excess of albuminoids, and it is waste1feei1'ittt. shortening. Hub all together with hands kindred affections, thousands testify.IT SICK .IL1,

:r fov ._ as it is waste to feed and wet with one cup of milk. Add one
VVS not out of to is said that
place :* there is not a running stream '
1bizre; steer fed on the straw egg. of water In McLean County, 111.ROTAt. A RempHT for all DIj* '.of the TUrer 1A J4VV
$.: tlu\t cj'isoJc in Americanrhi'tofywfrch d the starve, but when fed of mtuejm.Stomach ana JIG.ela. A pontinl
V f (CCOTASI.-Boi a piece pork JIT for .J> l Sick HcaWMtM.1 '
: V .GLUE'mends anything! Broken Chi. cure y p *
: created a romarkabe se" j 'r.Ir with cover 'they are a well-balanced almo the beans in about ba.Glass, Wood. Free Vials at Drugs & Gro tm Conitipatlun.' fouueone to two nlul..l

: ,- at the time, but is V VV r "L ration, make a poor hay crop go fifteen minutes after the Then cut it 10 and r ct.s. No :ennine.. salt sold balfc |
V t : now totally.for pork. If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr. Isaac .. SIMON N. JITNE9. M _.11tIvIU.1111
i ''.: ten V much farther. It is clearly established lightly the corn the cob;, and eon's Eye-water. Druggists sell at25c. Tomo
by the few who scrape
except were t : ''J -, 1 |4Jttt the food value of oat straw can be f pr btte- -- ..
-
inc CODS witn oacK 01 tne Kmtc.
; .. adults and: hare the events .I r. 4 tie
obtained with
sunie 2t c. >'LJ only by feeding something Put in the corn fifteen minutes after the -
-
I. : that period. General William Walkefi ( :.. -that has an excess of albuminoids and a beans. Use two-thirds corn to one-third : .

c :. was a Tennessean, and by profession, ...J .-. flfiflciency of carbohydrates. The farm- beans. Boil the cobs with the corn. THE ORIGINAL

r .. .: a lawyer physician, -- TN':. t.. 10, 187cJe :,et\food of this class is cover hay. the corn is not very sweet; add a piece I

V.. : journaiat '. "V sugar half as large as walnut.. (Another v .
explorer. In 1853 .V -V eQSUULE
Farm
. ho.o .S s excellent "Boil the
; > authority says: pork V
: for the conquest LIVER
e4tia offlopj I = "befO11 V.VSI ff is a mistake to suppose ',sour, and beans three hours, and the corn at .
tht ..
P V. .in his attempt, .and VM< Longglasses '. .-' !-fermented slop for than a least an hour.") Lima beans should be 'A.\\\
.0 5 were .__ :ehur he t indicate hog \Qa
.. tried..and acquitted the next year at : fresh mixture that and clean: used.
- "V the time occujfled:in the delivery of sl2or E

; -- ."." eanFranciseo for violation of the neu- sermons, they were used in Professor Stewart reports the feedingof PEACH MERIXOUE.-Peel six ripe .BEW.itRE OF I3UTATIOXSI
tournament
._ .---- trality laws. In 1W 5: he interfered in to limit the duration of prevent 104 cows on an acre of corn in the peaches, cut them in halves and removethe PELLETS ,, ..A'l \ ", ,

7 the intestine troubles of Nicaragua, them from being really sanguinary milk, and it gave them full feed for four stones. Beat half a pint of rich U .

V and landed iu the country with sixty- encounters. Of two adversaries engaged days equal to 416 days for one cow. cream until it is three times its original ooo n xts Always ask for Dr.Pierce's Pellets,,or Uttlo

. in "a gentle passage of arms," he wasaccounted I, If in"a very fat condition the chancesare quantity: keep it on ice until wanted. ,
V o Q "
two followers but g Granules Pills. Vt
; soon received some victor who obtained the that the hen will show an inclination Dredge the peaches with sugar. Beat the Sugsr-coated or

7'.: re-nforcements He gained two battles greater number of advantages before the to ct. Even the so-called non setters whites of four eggs to a stiff froth, and .

t V aud took possession of the city of sand had run out from the glass turned on becoming fat will attempt to hatch a add four ounces of sugar (powdered). -NJ-

Granada Recruits continued to arrive at the commencement of the combat. brood. Cover a board with white paper drop BEING ENTIRELY VEGETABLE Dr. Plerc|'. Pellets operate without disturbance to the .ystem

from the United Sand-glasses were employed, also, in When the leaves of plants assume a the beaten egg on. it by tablespoonfuls diet, or occupation. Put up In glass vial, Iiefmctically sealed. Always fresh and reliable. A. a

States, and his scholastic discussions. Pascal. for in yellow tinge the application of fifty place them on the stove for half an hour, LAXATIVE, ALTERATIVE PURGATIVE, th"se little Pellets give the most perfect .satisfaction. ,

force was increased to 1,200 men. In in of his letters then brown slightly in oven. Remove
mentions
stance one a pounds nitrate of soda (saltpetre) will I I RAMICH Esq.of Minden,Kearney County,
I 183G he gained entire control of the discussion in which he took part in the often cause them to again become soft part when cold and place on-hal a SICK I BOILS Ncl-ntslia. writes: "I was troubled with bolls for ;

'l': country and increased his army with. hour Sorbonne, when he spoke for half an and thrifty. green peach.in th .1!ity. Cover wih whippedcream. HEADACHE I CURED thirty them that:)cnrs.I could Four not years wnlk.ago I I WItS bought BO afflicted two bottles with I.;

, the
: additions. forces of American adventurers by sand-glass or sable. A poulterer : We would attempt 0 of Dr. I'ierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets and toot ';
'i And there were, eventual! so identified says never To BAKE AND STUFF A FISH.-Select V Bilious Headache, Dizziness Constipation one 'Pellet after each meal till nil! were gone. By j' ..
: t fie engaged in a war with with well to keep a flock 'of chickens firm-fleshed V V Indigestion, Bi'IIotis that time I bad no boils and have bad none since.. I nave also .
scholarship fish wash
a it
as large carefully
V a preach- through the winter without plenty of Attack. and all derangements of the been trouMcd with sick headache. When I feel it coming- .o!.
Cost IJIca: and was defeated in the ing, that artists frequently placed an earth in cold water and dry in a cloth. stomach and bowels, are promptly relIeved I tako one or two Pellets,* and am relieved of the headache.
for dust
dry bath.
,:': first battle, but gained the hou.glac-a wel a a book in the back- a The best Grate some bread crumbs'and chop some and permanently cured by the use of I>r.
second time to store it when it is dry.A I Pierco'g Pleasant Purgative Pellets. In e c. I'"I Mrs. C. W. BROWT. of TTapakrmeta. Ohio
i
I l'. He was elected President of Nicaragua, ground of portraits of eminent parsley, a teaspoonful of the thyme and planation of the remedial power of the-o THE BEST snjs: Your '1'lell8l1nt Purgative Pellets" are
scholais.] They were also made use of at farmer writes that he considers a marjoram mix all with the bread Pellets over so great a variety of discasc-i. question the best cathartic ever
' and abolished slavery. But intestinal sales. But though thus used in the fifteenth cow three-quarters .Jersey and onequarter adding salt and to taste crumbS It Universal may truthfully not be said that their action upon the system [ CATHARTICwithout are also a most efficient remedy 4
pepper ; a gland or tissue escaping their
! sanative InOuenc'- of the liver. We have used them
: wars broke out and he was deposed. and sixteenth centuries it was in the corn meal about as good for butter with two ounces chopped suet; fill.thefish Sold' by druggists for 25 cents a vial. Manufactured at the Chen.- for years in our family and keep them in

. t He surrendered to the United States pulpit in the seventeenth century. that as any he can find. He has a small herdof with this stufng. and then sew it up; icai Buffalo I Laboratory,N. Y. of WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. the house all the time**

they obtained their wider such cows whose butter sells at a brush the
authorities popularity and
V and was taken to New Orleans over egg, then
* on tombstones of the handsome advance over the average roll it in
same period thatthe' bread crumbs covering it allover
and
: ; escaped returned Nica-
t were most frequently delineated. price. ; greace a dish or tin and lay tho

.4( V r .ragua, but was again arrested. He 'the high pew, or 'pue," as it used to be : The dair cow may be regarded as 1 fish on, .put into the oven, and bake foi

., made several other attempts to control written, the long sermon and the hourglass I transforming the food which three-quarters of a.n hour, basting it with

'. 'V the country, but failed each time. ] of the.pulpit are as vivid a pre she receives into milk, butter and cheese. dri ppi ng-Good'Cheer. __/ -.

Finally, in.8GO.he led an expedition sentment of Queen Anne's tme. too, as She has no power however, to produce' ,

.. would be the snuff-box, clouded something out of nothing. The best she \
into Pictnres By the Yard.
V. Hoiidnras with ) .1
the intention of cane, or the fans and brocades of the can do is to perform her work econom- '

I .' creating ;revolution but he and all his fashionable folks who took the air in the ically. There is a firm in Philadelphia which VV. V

V .. '. men were captured and Mall. -Quirer. Farmer will find it to their advantageto paints picture.by the workis If V .
shot
simple. A piece of canvas
'. .. --- corn iijutton in a weak brine for home hundred nearly one PROPRtORS OF
feet
long is stretched in (
: IT
i not often tbat one finds a phys The Beard Growing After Death. consumplion. The hams can be smoked a 7 '
gallery shaped like corridor. __
a On each
.
Tcian as J>rave &Dr. Lysaght who re- An Oakland (Cal.) undertaker ctes.an and used' like dried beef or they can be picture which by the way, costs $4.50, V IF.
instance boiled. ,7ie"corned; mutton will be
of smooth-shaven
eently his a five
:' V sacrificed lie England found Jccable men were employed. Each man V
:.. being exhumed fifteen years after burial a change from sausage had his
k W injan effort to save a and spC ribs. particular line. One put in the

V t. :.V A patent's and disclosing a snow-white beard that foreground, another the backgroundandstill
man
admitted
was
,. .1! to the
Royal reached Store I
.
almost
to the feet and flowed .bgpts carrots, parsnips and another did the clouds and the
Lv [Infirmary, to hich the doctor belong- over the sides of the corpse filling nearly turnips.'h>n>ins in the cellar and pack you see browsing in the, cows A

I: 1.:\ .-.Bd, suffering from an affection of the 1 all the space in the coffin. The dead them in dry sand or earth and they will fourth man did the trees and pasture.

r. a. 'i.:..}throat, supposed to be diphtheria. The man's widow refused to believe the bodywas keep well for winter use. This method In this way they were shrubber.

- .: that of her husband the posthumous wilf enable] the farmer to use them at fast. In CtaiPk)4em
.operation of tracheotomy was unti exactly three hours five of those
perform beard was shaved she at any' time, which will not be the )
r1 of case landscapes were..finished which is
ed by Dr. Lysaght, but the tube the i thirty. '
t -' being once recognized The under- they lie stored in mounds in the open six minutes' time given to each. The : .
the last taker air.-
.? .' rooked* chance of saving the says: fifth man did the touches and
Q' man's life for "If the body is preserved from decay Sassafras is finishing
was some one to apply a nuisance in any field, but perhaps performed more better work
. .: bis. lips to the tube and by being buried in an iron, air-tight cannot be destroyed very easily than of the -
suck the mois- except any FOR A CASE OF
.t V
J turev This Dr. Lysaght did casket, the beard will not die, but go on V 'grubbing it out, removing all the deal er. Ckeland.Plih' CATARRH WHICH THEY CAN NOT CURE.

ij. V but without growing just so long a corruption is roots. Being a hardy and persistent ----V ASYMPTOMS :
:; : avail, for averted. I do not think that the
shortly afterward the hair of plant it must be killed Prof.
in its A Taste W. HArsxiR, the famous taegtaet-
Destroying Plant.
. ..: patient died of the head ever increases in length but you s. If allowed to overrun YOto1e _OF_ _CATARRH. 3 UNTOLD AGONY 1st. of Ithaca. N. Y, writes "Some tea
\ Dr.. suppresse scrlatia know, even in life a man's.locks become will entail feld It has been for some time reported that years ago I suffered untold agony from
)' Lysaght caught the its nearly a much is there existed in Madras CATARRH. chronic nasal catarrh. Jly family pnysW
diseae and a a plant the leavesof Dull, c'lisFROM
.a .worst form and i scanty. finally disappear altogether required to clear new land from brush. heavy headache obstruction of the nasal passages, clan gave me up as incurable and said I
*> 1 died. A window is to as he grows old, while his age usually which, when chewed destroyed the charges falling from the head into the throat sometinmg profuse r *" must die. lot} case wan such a bad on .

* ; .* b erected the infirmary to his serves to make his beard thicker and An observing writer remarks that taste to such an extent that one could watery, and acrid. at others thick tenacious mucous that every day.towards sunset my voice would become so board...i.
i mem- farmers be purulent l&>odyJani! Putrid: the eyes are weak, watery and j J could barely speak above wh 8Pf'r. In the morning my cougb"nftamed '
naturally .
may divided
: : ory. : longer. I can vouch for the vitality of into not distinguish sugar from sand. The : is ringing in the ears. deafness hacking or in _ three.classes
\ : the hair that sprouts from the chin.t : 1. Those who grow crops report was supposed to be founded on a coughing to clear the throat expectoration n of offensive matter, : > of Ir. $ages Catarrh Remedy in three months I wU. well V

: Gov. KICHAIIDSON of South Caro below the average, and whose lives are a mere notion. Specimens received in a together nasal twang with scabs; the breath from ulcers is offensive; the voice in changed and has man and tho cure has been permanent,1
; smell and
: : V lina, is about t obey a joint resolution The Merry Hunter.O .strggl with poverty. .2. Those who !, Europe prove it to be a reality. : there is a sensation of dizziness with mental taste v depression are impaired i. " THOMAS J.Rcsirfl-0. Esq. ttCS Pint Street

, .V4 of the Legislature of 1861 which who hippy as the hunter average crops and make a living by plant is Gymncma tyhestre. The Te the a backing&bove-namt"d cough and general debiIit7. However..only a few of [ CONSTANTLY St. Louis. Mo. writes: "1 was a great sufferer
s symptoms
,
are to
elose likely be present In from catarrh for three At
& The economy; ,3. Those such in any ono years.
indorsed and gaelaws. like himself, are out crops a plant removing nausea from cue. Thousands or cases annually. without HAWKING
the ; manifc8tinlr half ot ANDSPITTIHO. times I could hardly breathe. and was constantly
renewe by Legisla Up the sun this bonny are always above'the and doses the abovelTJDPto1D8 result in :
ture of morning, average, who disagreeable and in many other consumption and end in the hawking and spitting and for the
V 18S6, present a gold How proudly does he abut are. Psperou. ways is pave. No disease is so common. more deceptive and dangerous last eight months cpul>not breathe through
M the meal I. apparent. I belongs however, I understood, or more unsuccessfully treated by physIcians.! the nostrils. I thought nothing could be
gift of
the State, to Gen. N. G. A belt of shells, a fine breech-loader, Those making use of driven wells to a .seiadn.8. which By its mild soothing,and healing properties V y. done for me. Luckily; I'was advised to try

V Evans, of the Confedera forconspicuous A brand new a la sportsman suit- should remember that the patent expired have patent powers own and '1'. SajrC'S Catarrh Remedy, and I am now a well man. I bo
army, DR. SAGE'S hove
He has all these to make him two has i CATARRH REMEDY it to bo the only sure remedy for catarrh now manufactured .
yr happy years ago,' and that the wells yet to be known whether ,
at Leesburg.Va. And put powerof and one has only to it trial to experience
giver
galatr money in his C. it a fair
.in 1M!. T the pu vv .T boof"-"-, r! down inc lfcfBrSe free.of any royalty; destroying taste may not destroy CUSXS THB WORST CASZS or astounding results and a permanent cure.

' V. 55 i i only tstimoni Now if he huf.t d acnu\'s d1: {i 8150. tJ3tj1 .rigM of any the value of the medicines it may be used Gfc
person claiming Cat. Cold En ROl'BIKS.llu7IlIan P. Columbia
i : presented by the. In the Head C
I 1is D d Catarrhal
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a ere(1 > oryza an I Headache.
the I Stt t soldie in HIs Th rouo OD&s le' I to. agent of the patentee with.-Philadelphia Telegraph. _ _ _ _ _ _ I HREE BOTTLES Pa.,says: "Jly daughter. bad catarrh when -
J : % .te war. It.will cost $500, Aestiblished[ before money is paid J she was five years old. cry badly. I -*:
ILqV. CURE Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy advertised ana
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L 11 k law.ana act with neighbors. the rice harvest in Louisiana and Georo-ic' that it helped her: a third bottle e'ectedPnxcr.m.
.' k 'c V ; \:\ V_ VVV 60 c: : 'and a Permanent beartr" cure. She la now V eighteen Tears Old and >und
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