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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 29, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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VOL. IX. : STABKE BRADFORD Gg '291887. .# '
NO. 17There '
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in all the .
,I was hut one yxc.u :la> S KEEP THE UPPER HAND. I -. '
IITTjiHccl TodsyL sheath-knife, and was about to part the shanties somehow. LetVtake the shovel'l tEMPERMCE-: ; OF ZJFS '
Staten forty ycaisago.: I Bear burdens coveted plug, when the attention of both and cut in the snow-bank,' I NEW LON. '
sId
..- 11 ere arc eighty clubs and 2,621 yachts.JJrtit Whatsoe'er your they be manfully, was caught by a sound, loud and strange Sam step to a n "shovel with its INo i drop and swells "v

: it; is comp'ainod that our merchant Never let them ; among the many noises of the mountain, :; slipped the'many turnsof Blessings In the Botoir f the sweeping river.
over you coming from above. ". throug" .Man thou be'freel : word and tn X
I ]' marine hn decreased our pleasure Gain ascendency. rope that on the. saddle ofi woud' Tns s .
"The slde.!" cried the old man. of his jack. .., ,..There's e t Rn's'call; a few, lay: : that lives forever.
increased. in
{ have folly glee -
fleets
: Never let them be spoke the topmost of the ,Both brightened at the of. board
mar you a 'pruspect There's madness in the midnight brawl; dreaded flake like sprites .,
Never for them wait pines snapped before the avalanche, and action. Sam the The ribald
the
: cutting steps, out nlgar ,.
.;- A lesson against the slaughter birds Hands of labor strong to bear, then it struck the cabin. Stout a this frt, and Jimmy cmbring'alter a,they -:May give j sting to song care; persons and eigU-d! : wiag%,tba winds div.

comes from 'ajiun.): -In" that country, "nKct Ring the Bell of Fate. was it shivered to the shock, the log on looking ;: .* .:The. riot of a reckles throngM7leadtoruinandde quarantined folow Pah .....

posts.have Iwcn'me so numerous, that Texas Siftngs. the upper side were driven party 'Te dark:green trees were gone. 'Some, .'..."t truth unloose thy fettered pait soulThereignofreedomlnthebor; -t .. cers. ,.
the centre roof-logs, already burdened by by the.roots had been carried A ( beam cheer .
fruit for the tor up : t ,
the
it is a''utnO to pluck the weight of the dirt-roof, were sprung bodily.down; while"here and,'there the. mgmen all .

i market ",{ore it i h ripe .to. prevent its ON SILVER MOUNTAIN down and splintered with an ominous stump of some broken giant stuck.up its ,Man of Ton, wonld'st thou be wIse archist against* : tigh'snr.
The ;
paths of mora]right explore .
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detruetioJ by insects. cracking.the yelo splinters from the snow. Pierce the human heart'8 disguise Lafcor L; & *. joy forever
j But spruce tmber were green and looked above, but the view was And track its motivrs to the Ihe '

4 is (hat-the cotton crop of BY F. L. .STEALEY. tough,and the hung together. The limited by the snow, driven by the furious Creation's boundless beauties cr: '. mebr the' flake, the beam
I expected slide,being partially broken by the tree. wind, which, they stepped from the Observe its wonders-sekreh its lw n lesson ever.
I the Lnilet ftat's'J his year: will fall little Heavy. snows had fallen that season, tore over it, closed the stout slab-door, crag, struck them a with foil.power and Look'on the vast harmonious p1' WiLiiau' the{hht the dream '4

short of 7(11' ,0):() 1\11". The mills adding to the never-melted accumula- and passed on down with a roar. Then forced them back. Let And IM love thy the darkened.soul- ; catsup Reading. th the ., .

throughout the country arc reported to tions in the gulches that gashed the followed darkness and silence. "We can't go up agin it," sd'Sa. tth i no wisdom in the bowl calded 1 t d ,day and.brings ..
northern slope of Silver Mountain. huge, All their tools were in the tunnel; "It'll fall 'fore long, I reckon. THE r !.
unmanufactured
be running .-hort of undulating drifts, too projected along I they had nothing wherewith to look like more'n a I. I trpthe- _Man of Toil, wonld'st thoifbe ble'. the denuyid and its endeavor. .
Block, and extensive purchases will prob- the lofty crest, to break escape, even were possible. Fortunately And sw Give thypurestfeeingsplay A *n yea D wings
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threatening away, escape tri. $ e Bring all.that's noble to thy breast: p'r1ghtonZqreyrr. .
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ably be made this month. Accordingto and start the annihilating avalanche. the fi.re had gone out, so there strike the shanties; and ef it..didour ,. Lt all that's worthless pass away, Cntrl ; ''
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the Bosto'rf bbmiiicrclal KnUelia, the From the dingy ]log-dens below, the was no smoke to add to their torture. pa's might,'a' been in the tunnels3Z genYons des bid sorrow cease, of ad New night,we rest. -

visible supply of cotton in "the world is miners read these. snow-signs with expe- But hidden thus from all the world, suddenly "My pa wasn't," said Jimmy, shaking' .Scatter Let the wors love thy lips and employ, Wilke8b our slumbers sever. .

rienced eyes. Stout hearts had those shut away from all its hopes, his head. **fl&was just going to wash. a harvest full of peace, and is ttv ; morn,the test ....
now in the immediate vicinity of 1,230O'O ,- for silver but hatreds and fears those two to \ Anc reap the rate '
seeker apprehension of were our clothes when I left. make glad thy larrassed soul- o that forever.
bales, against i,1OlOO bales last the snow-slide could shake even them. await, together, the inevitable. "Thorn shanties was both put there to' There are no blessings in the bowL bt_ ... '- ,... ..'. e .

year !and 2,1;;,00' bales! hi 1S35.S But from two log-shanties, placed one For a time the suddenness of the stay, and youfn was the stoutest built- .. deed, we cheer '
above the other in a clump of giant citastrophe stunned both in silence. I even pa always 'lowed that." For Sam,: Intoxicants'Among the ID
-, -- .- pines well up "on the mountain side, I: was broken at length by the old irn though silent enough generally, could The Boston Heraldjin a sketch of-R el. 2,050 ( ] ? friend,and hel :l < _

The locomotive 5ndu-.tiial works of smoke still arose at the morning andevening Trail, whose gruff tones were hardly speak out on occasion. t th leader of the Canadian rebellion; man- been snt no more forever. .

:the United t-talcs have l.cui; very busy and from the ragged mouths of recognizable in this softened whisper: "Now, "Jimmy, I was bringing up a tons him as*-*fnin:ben Hudson's active Bay in Company opposing prisonment MRS. L night,tho mom

two.tunnels that were being driven inh'e' I "Uncle Jimmy, I'm mighty glad the coffee- 'Taint no use standin' doin' has found it profitable to carry on with the returning never.. e
... lately, i in the production! of new motors slope above, there still came daily I boys is both safe." nothin', and we'l melt some snow and I Indias giving them rum in return fo skins.. cndemnt :: ; Spirit born .

:for the Inrreatinjj traffic of our own. .and the silvery clink of hammer "I'm with you thar, old man," Uncle have some I've got some already mys: ';.. 1;>" band's / "
and live .
I foreign roads. This is shown very forcibly drill, intermitted by 1 muffled striking, I Jimmy replied, in a voice equally sub i ground in the pot." it"Of may all be the said causes that indulgence of decline in in tnd1an intotkants, and ELEVEN two ,Georqa forver. Bvngay. .

in the report of the last six months' production giant powder shattered the mountain'sbreast. i dued. 'Til make the fire," said Jimmy, staring is the most pernicious; and early in his career lory in ) 1 "
J The minutes, as they passed, might Riel set his face flint the t
Sam unhooked the as a againft payment ten '
- Locomotive
or the Ilaldwm In the tipper of these shanties lived have been years, so faint and far away from up the a crosses of the pack saddle.pot of.the hunters in this cmmoity. Bad t ; [ .AM POINT:
t Work Philadelphia. With labor forceof seemed their the lead. in exchange for good an arrangement -
"Uncle Trout dispute over ru wa
with his son AsoTnr
"There's r
.Tmmy" II a big mountain rat's nest under .
to the
2,000 men, :J18 locomotive, nearly young Jimmy; the lower, "old man" 1 Tin sorry, old man. We mought 'a' this rock. I've, noticed it, every time I Hudson's &pularly. satisfactory, and one that it relinquished ohibitil e

two per cla ',h\'e been fli.hell! Orders Trail with his son Sam. I settled this here business 'twixt me and passed, and the sticks are good and dry." most reluctantly. This piece of A YOLS. : ht lexicon of speculation
These rival claimants to the same you long 'go; but now, I reckon it's The fire made prohibitory 'work part was thorough 'of ) so uncertain r'as a sure
in hand and it is expected were was qnickly and coffeewas 'on'-iel
for 150 more arc lead, to old man Trail the I goin' fur to settle us,"and Uncle Jimmy's boiled. Then ,and in its mot salutary. During after .
: that the output for the year will significant name of "The Last Chance gave voice gave faltering indications of breaking the cups being wanting, the agitation of'the reform he displayed t A.Indi. ; what he sows; but women
pot was set away in the snow cool Qualities well calculated to him to hii
reach the gratcd total of G-0.' and which Uncle Jimmy, in more cheerful -I down. sufficiently to permit of drinking fromit. (followera. ende_. Trader she sews.-Commercial..

-- -- spirit, called "The Blue Bird" as a'' Brace up, Uncle Jimmy The boys Sam, meantime, cut slices of salt Two .
. harbinger of the spring of hope'in the is both safe, and me and you wasagittin'old pork from the piece in his k, and Profits of the Beer Business.The Reardon- find fault because they are
pa
I wills perhaps, surprise many personsto 'winter of his life. and couldn't in natur' 'a' helt *n these, having been singed the fire, the Chicago Herald'b&s been investigating claim at enough to find anything else.

know how many spies1 of the French Many were the complications involving much longer. And arter all, Uncle two ate, and drank' alternately i from the thE details ot therb. and it says: ready .
: Government have bvf-n arrested and intricate points"of miners' law about this I Jimmy, this here aint plum' playout ; same spout in loving fellowship. 1 h net profits, even on the cheapest grade claiming "myself in an ice-box as
of beer, are Hot less than i l5O barreL" A
per
in. disputed claim, and which claimant had it's jest a slip in the paystreak, and we'llstrike In the the fetive. when he found
punishi'd Germanysince 1873-more background jacks hung With over barrels the last cabin and remarked
' 2O brwe
: tl\an\ or such incidents the right thereof no man could tell. The it agin 'acrost the range. I over the feast with pleading eyes. Each fiscal year, "i seen brwer'and rendered up in a freshmeatsre-
thirty. course, listener, to Uncle Jimmy's wouldbe The old man's voice was wonderfully' rewarded and must have Miss ; e
wrongs was now then by a tidbitof br.fler'proft' agggate Goodaltt Sun.
are kept somewhat qnictcr than duringany firmly convincer that he must be clear, as he paused and seated himself rind from his master's hand. And at leat : ,oO. Herald says pointed in the corner -
belligerent times. .Loion, arrested right, until : old man composedly on the bunk. Uncle Jimmy when the finished Sam you travel wholesale district, you will .Louis, by s sitting ;
ur: Tri expatiate pork was got outa .find many a drug house selling 'brewers' supplies f his mien, ?
at Met'/, rC.i\r len years; in 1S7G; on.tlC equity "first ( cry," groped his way to him, and kneeling, small sack'of oatmeal, and pouring a ,' which means stuf to take the place of cult Supreme Court dturb him,he's a mourner .

Lieutenant} Ti ot thrco in .1SS2 marking :Hh "pint" with a hard forefinger rested his head and shoulders on the little into his hollowed hand, the two hops and malt or t b used. in cnnetionwith was her I fruit was grean.
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years in blankets. Then the hands of those an- the genuine The more extensively -Merchant'Trarrlr.
a to the licked it aricle.
horny palm, utter confusion jacks by brotherly turns. THE ,
Kiazewski, nine 3 cars in ISSI; Baron? or all convictions.Eaeh cient enemies met, and clung in a firm- up these used .the higher ; Waiter .
previous Soon after the meal the wind began to lavishly d< ,
Huron Krcttmar five locked clasp, reassuring each to each as the profit of the brewer, of cu and there ?" "11ow-can that be,
dc von all fall
Grmel indignantly rejected attempts and the clouds, breaking away, the undoubtedly a clear
many "
years each in 1882; Captain Sarant, at arbitration; and as, fortunately for : they waited for the end. .sun, now declnin. struck into the a profit of $3 per Barrel, or.ICO mae cnt.o all publlc. off the ice, sir. waiter."Then"
that fresh
themselves, both were too poor for the gulch. the stepssuflieiently the cheapest grade of beers." not, prt in't ,
and confinement
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tWllvc years, solitary : I. therefore at that the brewersare a
expensive luxury of litigation, it only a visit to the camp was a to permit of the jacks clambering a sring gnd : _
zealous in to wa
in" 1880, and Thomas, of Ihe ImperialArMinal \ remained, as Uncle Jimmy declared, "to welcome break in the monotony of life on up, and set,out for the shantes. and that they are option prohibition,as latelyin AT t :: house fell on a Chicago

at- Spandau. ) ten years in the sit right thar until they'd sot it out, re- I Silver Mountain, and his step .was accordingly The trail was obliterated, Texas, in Tenne inMichigao,in P bode ment \ when they dug him out of
' year.l gyardless of expenses." And though light as he prodded the jack snow was packed hard and they had lit Island, and cnitution amenainent Jandap : he.: had 'two-column article

.'wIe .. -.- Uncle Jimmy, with his rotund body and : down the drifted trail with the pointer tle difficulty in gaining the site of the campaigns, large s money t corrupt tended gress waa i : the accident.-.Nwmazs
voters and its defeat
red face tit in a casing of close-cut gray end of the scrub-oak stick that serve cabins. Then their fears were confirmed. compass addition a
is asserted Mr. Ashburner the'geo10gi.t
I by whisker, was one of the easiest-going of alike for staff and goad. Both had disappeared, and no human Homes-a.vs. may be : : discussing art matters..
Salqjms.There
that not only is natural gas not. mel, the energetic and1 determined. air i As he progressed downward, frosty sOlne broke the solemn stillness. They r- are two instltutidns. at least which A -eVCTf been' done in oil, Mr.

i f ajoodcrii or recent discovery, but thatcvc'n .- with which he made.this-declaratTon was i clouds passed between him and the sun, some difficulty, too, in locating the are in utter and everlasting antagonism,the at gt -tokea. "Oh, yes," he fethfr -

its utilization .for the purposetf indicative of a protracted) "set" 'on the. j giving the air a sudden chill as their exact spots where the cabins had stood. home and the liquor saloon.'.,At home the S jmisti" t'lle
part of the Blue Bird.': shadows darkened the sparkling surface This they at, length did, however, by ladies and the innocent children-make the at cars : jwas'a broker."
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the. mechanic arts B was p ii loi\s-rr i* \\i. grccess- As for old inau" one look in his of the snow. The summit was lost to the aid of the,torn and twisted trees. mosphere bright and wholesome-and"Th.; fill thespot.wiUx.peaceful 1 *wlsits i an insane asylum: .
Tia : jMxlopreSthe
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"Wftfc- _Alplliyted, ITl lina\\herebypipes cavernous eyes, as his hand slow- view, and, driven by the wind, snow be- These, they saw, had broken the force of antipodes of all this memct"t eminently- andM :: ? ..sometifli1s inhrceratewho

of bamboo, it.;was conveyed from natural ly over the tangles of-his unkempt beard, gan to fly, coming partly from the clouds the slide, and deflected it as well, so that masculine arrangement one-siddconcsrfl; ; i are not insane." "Oh,
I the drifts above. Jimmy the main shoot had turned and No man,unless sunk in the depths don't invari-
'wells to suitable furnaces and by means would sutlke to shdw that there was as and partly from passed of.d I matter-they
of
little yield about him as about one of the however, was used to these mountain directly over the lower cabin. The upperone dation and children, would into dream It. The women in our 6 : C insane in less than a week
of terra cotta burners of suitable size that I and knew that long as the by the Trouts, had been d.in ; : Charicari. *
$ granite crags guarded the. entranceto squalls, a inhabite all civilized countries, are endowed) ? .
and construction, was c nsum d.. Of it3 the Last Chance Tunnel. i nimble-footed jack could keep the trail, few feet from the great liberties which are gradually extendhgtbeywereneveraskcd j.' your collar button, there -

origin, concerning which so manydh'ersethcorci Jimmy, who was, to use his father'sown : he was safe to follow.! '. I sid ot the mass., I .. the ,. and will never-1*i -. method finding it. After 1
have been expression, "light complected," : A mile or less from the cabin the trail After thy had aeterminea tne loca asked been,,in to years support gone by whisky, if sOn Mds. d the bureau across tne ..

burner is of the opinion that the stood a clear ten inches above the head I made an abrupt bend around a granite ton, Sam pause and leaning on the humanity, not being sufficiently a refined tojMn : under it, then replace the. :
strongly of his house; strong, too, of arm and crag. Firm-bedded in the mountain, brought up, said, satisfied with the joys and comforts o h] : : and put on a pair of heavy :-
gas [arises from, the decomposition of shoulder from swing of hammer, and I this thrust its tapering pinnacle to the with generous (self-restraint' Now, endeavore t' n something 1 e'I. "IN* tujalk across the room, : .

forms of animal or vegetable life imbedded every whit as stout of heart. I I tops of the surrounding pines. Where Jimmy, we aint got but one shovel with\icltocone! himself That avjnflfe durinjr; 1"B e youEa m. i three steps

: 'in 4he rocks certain situations. I That stalwart son of the Sierras, Sam I the trail hugged its base there had been Which shanty shall we go at first never some invites: his."help-meet" to share'nurunsanctifiea tepon. the. collar buttC"a J '.
Trail "catch" of soft sand conglomeratewhich "Let's drawstraws," replied Jimmy, his ." to pieces. .
though of leaner build than Jimmy a I pleau shows at least ap n8ill Bre
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-- was in size and strength his match, worn away by action of frost and after a moment's indecision. precialion of her higher nature, and his ab-. __ .bt ; down on the circus F

There are 400 Mormon bishops in "dark complected," and in other respects air, had gradually dropped out and beenwashed "All right; you1 fix 'em." quiescence influences in the" "Tft*he*that saloon the are surroundingsand not fitted s a himsel girl he and had his not style seen"complete.I befo -

1'lah.2,4il: priests} 2,947 teachers and like the sombre and self-contained ; down the slope, leaving a shelv- Jimmy stooped: and taking two nee for a creature oi-'frne tastes and inclnton. m deemed him an arrant bore

' 5,854 deacons FaIt Lake City is dividedinto christ eneI of the Last Chance. ing recess. dles from a broken pine bough at his It may be that some such the Treasury UNDER him a fan of the plm.lef
Often when at sundown the two boys, I Just as Jimmy reached this recess he feet, turned his back. have haunted th this and other State amount
wards of eight or nine blocks each, tin buckets in hand, met at the little I cncounteged Sam Trail, coming upward.The "Short is our shanty, long is yourn. who are up liquor saloons under himself and he fanned her, t
and in of each suddenly Sam he said he faced about. the operation ot the local option.law. They the ambient breeze did wile;
J bishop i put charge spring that served for the use of both I two inimical jacks, brought Draw, a hdve recognized the fact that if the homo is I and bolder the fellow grew
"'urd. Under him there are two teachers, cabins, brows bent in wrath were reflected face to face, alike laid long ears Each knew the minutes snow were to yield its full power in making man only Two do you think of the easel"saw
whose business it is to learn the employment in that crystal basin. For the back and breathed forth defiance in fraught with life or death to, their imprisoned "a lower than the angels," those places Home .
feud went loyally'down from father to notes that woke"the echoes of fathers. Jimmy's big hand must be dos which induce him. in runnyinstances Esmonde himself, did this silly fool;
and income of every resident of then the trumpet mountain defiles. Behind each pug- trembled as he held the fatefu needles t fal ut he is only a little Times-above hers of we have not met bfor" .

ward and report the same to the bishop. son.Even the two "jacks"-one of these nacious little beast his equally pugnacious pressed between thumb fger. Sam's the scale devi-Florda for the fang's coGooals Sun.

a Then the hfop-r1s. the tenth of Mexican donkeys being owned by each driver haled squarely in the middle of lean, brown one never a he Union of THE the

each fnan's income and turns it in to the claimant, and used for packing up supplies I I the narrow trai. -reached and drew-the" short one. A Wile Field- Open. was Toad. .
u, from the camp blow-became imbued -I "Turn Sam Trail, in such a "Yshanty, ho'saidwith\ a long There is a vast field open for intelligent, gard. Senlceabe
; churci .authorities. The ime (complete with partisan animosity. Each tone that Jimmy would have shot both breath, and flung off his-coat.. 'Til take sagacious work in convincing a majority of THE I next to snakes, says.Ben hated:Perley and

I tjslen; exits all over the Terrio!". As grazed aloof on the bunch-grass growingon :I jacks head-first down the slope rather first shift. We'd better gn in an in- the people of this countr that prohibition scene of I the Culirato1 are devour
the bishops commission : have "Turn out, and so as to strike the it's still is the bet plan cn be employed on the yet they
13j get a good on the breezy slopes; and, meeting by than complied. cine" .e against the'evils of rum and the rum traffic. of insects prey on the
their collections they make very zealous' the cabin doors, they bit and kicked over i let my jack hug the rock." The evils are clearly seen by very many side. A I I and th meddle with
ofhours' man, dpmot
the bacon rinds flung therefrom with a ;| "Turn out yo'8e1l"! retorted Jimmy. Taking short runs, after a \couple who are not, however, thereby convinced of that
and persistent flowers
fruits
8. collectors. muffledcry or
heard ,
plants
I heartiness that partook of the spirit ofuieir "My jack's got a right to the in- rapid' work; they a the necessity or wisdom of prohibiton were on i t Some writers
=: ___--- -_ ,, 1 side Everybody turns to the from within. Then the 'door was There is a very large cass who the party to cultivation.
I I respective master. as vourn. but who believe the drinker him the toad under cir
evils
; '' reached forced anid there to any
the and to. soon open, created tht
Engjish.railroads do the mijor portion It had been "skifting" snow on right, I'm a-goin' self is the one to blame. They hold that a poisonous; but this is a
mountain two. But the "The '11 tip my jick over the their g.eat joy, each saw his fiather. resist thetemptation A
of their and delivering for a day or pack man should be strong enough t when irri
own carting, collecting When in danger or
the ,
the faces of
morning was clear, and the sun, hanging : slope ef I take the outside," replied Sam, To the anxious boys t drnkenne and wsiption by a the
a freight' at the freighter's doois. on the pines that crested the opposing "and I aint a-goin' to do it." fathers looked white and ghastly from Then there large cas tion of tubercular elevationg on
'I of crusha, the of secret-
One of the largest companies! the Midland slope, shot his through Both boys and beasts were by this their' confinement in the stifling place, favor of restrictive and various sides have power
rays glittering
possibly
them. The kinds-taxation, high lcn 'fluid, every one may ,
has in constant employment no particles of flying fiost into the open time half-blinded by the snow, whichwas but the fresh air soon revived other lepal rltraints afraid thata His and a every school boy ..

fewer than: 3,200 horses; and of these door of the upper cabin. Within, the I being sucked around the crag and old man Trai feet, I was majority of all the votr of the count at the habit of them with 0
wind. first time, Sahib 1 pelting
two Trouts sat at their slab table beforea whirled in their faces by the rising the speak. at the present for .
1,000 arc located in London gome of Sparan: bieakfast of slap-jacks and Their passions kept pace with its fury. I "We might er knowed.Uncle Jimmy," sented to them, would vote for some not finali suchmeasure. York, knows. is fu11 given poi- -
these are
But positions I :I ,
these lorses: however rush he "that the boys Abound to git I a suppose
in
are employed stood to ,
salt pork. Each jack ready open- I, -sair wa ties. Taxation and high license are but great : its effects .on vother..animals ,
(switching{ at which business a heavy "Jimmy, that outfit down thar," paid mouthed; each driver got a firmer graspon 1 us out. mile-stones on the road t prohibition.The nito as I 8. This fa the I forward Uncle Jimmy repliedtoo methods
to
"Old of
.. honxj the elder Trout indicating the cabin below \ his oak stick and made a man, inadequacy e
weighing ab-vit ?,Ofl( secretory
pounds can possesses'and-tnis ..
( stride. I much impressed by recent events to think effect any real abatement of the:"curse will be jects ".
he spoke"they'sent
? do good service. They soon become very with to camp his hand yesterday.as Suppose you Just then. half-broken by the wind, I of aught else, "this slide has settled it fur demonstrated States or communities already demonstratedinthose where have the power the animal appears is to resid..il i

;, ,) and start the car by standing fur sound of muffled thunder from S'pose we cut the claim irf.the. mid the a frequently
expert take the jack and go down to-day, came the me. had a thorough trial. The masses led, in coth : and sold with the ..
frog
with the trace chain slack, and then, our grub pile i is gettiu' low, and git the the direction of the shanties. Following I dle and you take fust choicel'"I j step by step,to the inevitable conclusion that his Europeans citl a-10r. iJ, ts. .
without moving their feet throw their drills I'll rustle round and it, from immediately above them, came a was jest thinkin', said the old prohibition is the only final solutiofi if. the .
!harpellll noise that caused the uplifted with due deliberation, "this here problem. The march of public opinion will and his impunity.
while man, '
clothes Jou'regone .
wash and
shoulders forward, when their weight up some crunching in tunnels side not stop short of that There,is. no his clumsy un .
: I of drivin' two pint
: ."' sticks to be held in air. thing danger of a prolonged "titude. of en there are few.imali. : .
,,. startTthe cap. Tlry also learn to judge The air of the early morning was keen, I The snow-caps above had given way, and side is kinder foolishness. I we'dconsolidate the rum power itl will force (apirifrition. he of motion, the toad and this -:

when OftrhaTaquired; sufficient speed, and Jimmy waited until the sun was I and gathering momentum with increas- on one we'd strike.pay rock It is constanty aggressor, and v- tantly and most distinctly a in taking his' -. -
which 'I It isimatientoViJ..rstriction. ,
and before he the pack-saddle on ;?? ann. vllnCitthe slide to all the quicker. ; -
aside without word of hull > T will not .
command put ** It /
up
ftep : wei "i and we can It fights to rae bitter*.( against suit unfrequently/ .
but "That's fact, pardner, .
the jack, and! started tlown. Uncle one at the cabin was a plaything \ a legislative regulation, and vWnstantly summer evening, when doors .", .
fatting cars come gently to the Chance." Uncle Jimmy any -- e .
Last I
Jimni-:.. meantime, set the camp-kettle I came tearing down, carrying along call it the works to influence the lw-maig power in make its entrance into the : ..
&. gether. ___: I on tin'' coals in the rough fireplace, ;ld granite boulders scattered in its path. responded with self-denying alacrity, for its own selfish sner is a re-c way of it feeds on flies .that a p-V:..: j
., prepared for washing. 1 Before its rush, the giant pines, with saphardfrozen the christening of his find is a mater of strictive law enacted than the rum power Indian Seated on its It sur. .

"' A rporte of the New York Trftnntlun Daily the two old men parsed ('adl snapped like reeds, each moment to the prospctor's heart evolved, ad are unscrupulously not only) violates it Te rler! floor with .aunche" but S '. 4

been'making tourof] prominent business 'I other cm the deep-worn paths leading making a sharp report above the duller that of the Blue which protect their! nefaio traffic,, but JOEL fly alight within four of .
1 1 and labored thought."I .
.
from cabins tunnel but without :I rumble of the mass. only after long evade and defy them' opposition not' with incredible ? ; .i
houses in various! lines of trade and summarizes word or look to of iccoguition. But, rigidas 1 I Counted by the beating of their hearts, 1 was thinkin' the old man replied, only to theaws but the bold defiance of Georgia disappears There can be 'a slight mo-' '. '. I 4

the result as follows: "So far as was the silence maintained between it was long before it struck the crag. i iI < with the same thoughtu1slownesS"e the other statutes have generally but .is a the toad diocpvered, a- '
other ,
observed all men can pno"effect quk' ?
could b l learaed) by observation and per them, it could be broken by one thing I Huge as was this, it trembled: but noth-ha'eI: it's all the same likewise into "The- -to by band all decent citizens against 60. of the jaws, is heard, bt .
After few hours' Unsatisfied j less than an earthquake could solidatin' the names Toledo Blade. :f I : .
sonal inquiry indications want of tol-ai-co. a I ing them.- of the animl i uhnM.r..
the'hcallul I I 'r\in for this universal solaceof 1 that mighty cone from its im- Blue Bird's Last Chance, and soa-lettin' -- ec vanishes :: .. I
instanced various tumble '
all the prey wit th.
to here Teloity
weic common broke it Mountin know this thing
1 the miner cither would yield and apply -.i t lines. of.,trade. The closeness of I to the other. never to be refused. and pasied on. '! betwixt me and you and Jimmy and" Samis nation bi would pay the na the I that there is a slight f

prices anc stirring' competition arc facts ; On this morning old man Trail, who I i I Cowering in the recess, the boys werei done settled, now and fur good. ton .h of the body forward, without Ji

; that materially'in swelling the activity had sent Sam to camp the previous day, i i covered with snow as the great avalanche : As the old man concluded he.extended"shake" Ter are no gin mil on the road which \ sty the feet; and the snap is pro

a i a of the Vitumn 'Besides I had resisted this craving a whole day, l thundered past, swept the pines from the'i his hand to Uncle Jimmy. The le t happiness ad prrty. of the shutting of the moutkafter .
11 :' '. market. I but at last he succumbed, and slowly slop below, and shot up on the opposite iI j that sealed the compact then went round. For the past two or three years ever Saturdayissue -. has seized and secured the .

; ; ;. there.are a larger number of actual: buyer j sauntered up to the Trout cabin.i side of the gulch, where last it settled I And so, despite the torn trees and drifted a' of the Toledo Bl'article conVtained denouncing -, .forty so quickly is the opera- ..

present from, East, South' West and i i "Kin you spar' me 1 piece of teibackir with a sound and a shock that seemed to : devastation, the sun set in peace on Silver I strong the lquor'eV lea These articles are- .. that the tongue is never :

Southwest, than,have been seen here for I j till my boy gits back?'' he aked in his i' shake the mountain. Mountain.Youth's Companion. evidently M. Locke (Pete i t seen. The lightning's flash U i
r' 'deliberate politer "0 Sam and yourn!I" cried V. Nasby) and always with the fatal than the -
many Commission Houses and speech, disdaining j my pa I crop quick or snap 4
years. forms of sllutatiol, as he paused on the 1 Jimmy, in a voice quite different from I The coins of the German Empire maybe I hortation. in a line" by itself':,.t'"Pulverizethe to the insect he aims"at.- '. !
:n' manufacturers rervtt also a large increase doorstep. his former one. 'That first one soundedlike used also as weiht. A pfennigpiece I Rum' Power. drink :, manv are believed to remain, when -t- :
in the )line of futiVe for both for shanties." ; s The use of strong ,says the Railway for 1. -
orders !j Uncle Jimmy, in overalls and red it was at the weighs grains ( Age, produces drunkenness; drunkenness ; in the same places many
eign and dom stidgooJs, indicating that shirt with roiled up sleve"1- vigor- As he spoke,with one accord they drew does a gold five-mark piece. A nickel I breeds crime and public and scout, into winter quarters and 1

J the foundation of.the;, improvement I I I ously soaping flannels. le ,with nearer together. No longer they seemed Ito j.I ten-pfennig and a tenmark'gold. piece private safety. If engn "individualahits' in the spring. In England ,
-
present
r 1 one hand the rough be the two who had so lately met on weigh each four grams. are dangerous, hlte public a new f purchased by gardeners who ..
O is not of trtasieut and evanescentcharacter the tril And the slide had wrought 1 1oth I right to "interfere"in these habitst- pet from Boone very highly, and although :
mantel indulging
but tha an area of prosperity j "I s on the helf. Come in and helpI r Even the wind, no more '; No microbes have ever been found ic with the individual. habit of taking ite marked them out as objects of

I. h dawning which Kves promise not onlyof I yourself," he said endeavoring vainly tu southing through the broken pines, tobacco. They are probably afraid that severely cY measure; tw'lt "" b no reptile is -of.'sucb. actu4t.-. .r. i, '
the .
health throw heartiness into his \histell! in altered cadence about would theii a man poison, even : 1 man. :
1 and brisl es but, it is hoped, : a hospitable naked of their bulwark. I devotion to the weed injure I ns Jt uoon himself. ., i h sr "tr ,3 .;-,. .,. "s.. .'
Of tone. PitUfargh ChrmicU o. Jl .
pinnacle E
constitution* --
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rr ctL7t. I 'rho jury in the inquest of ''. 1liam OUR WAMUXC1V3 LETTER. *I A Good Catch. I : NOTICE: THE .NEWS-HBIpj}

I IPPBtJSJJEP .
q -_. J Saturday night Mr. J. W. Hodges. I IS CIRCUIT COURT 4ih JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INSTIUTE
Mae shot Jackson- -
Williams
; Jkt : aud jl1.tm'i.u *. **. WASHINGTON. D.C., Oct. 24l: 1S87.To everon the alert and watchful to business I! OF FLOnIDBH.DFORD C01; T. WCHANCERY. ,, FLORIDA'S '

; -- __ yule, decide that MacWilliains came to the Editor of THH TELEGRAPH: discovered a colored boy iu the Let of 'STAUKK, IUA1>FOIJ1> CO., GREATDEMOCRATIC DAlLy, ,

fe;; }VfKLV'\ bis leath. lij u'&hot from Hangs but the Rait-ly. even during the time when Con- lifting a fine broad-cloth) suit from hicounter. AAROS L.\ SCOTT j J J'S B11} for DivOl'CL', FLORIDA.Will IN POLI1it

4; 8T VRKE.BHAPyOBD (OU FLOWDAI. .
; hot fired in self defense. He immediately dispatched ELLES SCOT' IDEFENDANT ; .
was gress has been in !session has the lobby of IX THE ABOVE STATED Muwlay.September 5. 1887, Published at Jacksonville FJa..l!
I. WEBB.. for the Sheriff, who took charge notiiitd that i-oinr-lainaut open Every
messenger Day In the
Yiljard's Hyel presented a more aiijmatedpptarantc against her in this and continue tel; scholastic, mot ths. divided .1 Year., .;
wonder
; Editor and Pf oprjetor, of the would-be thief. It is a has flied his lull of complaint "
uul.o.she Fair Term of four months .
.. ._ The of Flonda court as a non-ri'tuleiit( and that into a ,
-- Newspaper than during the l past week. I' that there are not more goods Tost in this plead answer or demur thereto by the J tSlonday and a Term of j i 5x months. HAVKO tax KCrcSTTS KUXCHin ""1
in Spring ep
Knlocrlption price if paid advance Commercial the allegations THI to
Tic teesburg gives tip following of October A. I) iwr,
) '. 61..V if not paid In advance 82.M. Each The occasion of this unusual gathering; store. It has a largo color
  • wilL \ splendid compliment to the ncws.I fin it decree. mouth, payable at the of PRESS DESPATCHEDINCLUDING ;
    t ubscritier be notified when his often the house is crowded with customers the cause proceed ex-parti to fi.00per 'i
    % '. j ui Htlon in out by a lariro oross nfer I papers of Florida: was the l:lh unnu.il session of the Car- wait (Jm-n under my hand and soal of each month. ; Music, $:.'.;0 per month. I A SPECIAL ". ,
    on D..
    atone time, and but one hand to court this,:Jlst, day of AfiRust \ .
    Iii native, and if Jlotorltere.d otherwise National \ssoci.l : NO deduction made any from
    J "Florida has reason to ,be grateful to Tinge Uuildej-b' on. 17. plljJi CABLE NE\va SERv
    tho paper will be promptly stoped when i their wants; and we doubt If anyone, II. Y. YORK. Clerk. time of enleringilo! end of term except for .
    the They have flow at f FSKYL
    i1 .. 4h" nubscription expires. heir newspapers.own expanse, all the advertising and ,I, This associ'. ion is one of the oldest trade I however clever, could have prevented this BUUJ( & WILLS protracted sickness or by special agree FROM FOREIGN tANDS.....
    Short articles of interest will for Complainant
    public Solicitor
    .d' thai the state has for in the fountiy.: and hiw a I mcn t. .
    . booming enjoyed gumMiwns but" !
    theft
    j received ,
    > with
    :4t e pleasureand publisiied, Weser'Y FLORIDA
    most STATE
    1>ut in writing write plainly and make two years past, and wen now in suite fall membership 1I r over I three )Ii JUn d red. in- MASTER'S SALE. Having employed the a competent i is Iffif
    --- of teachers, Principal -
    I and 'resolution' corps pr'parell
    the Jalk
    and
    vonr story as short an possible.' People prepara- VIRTURE OF A DECREE BY
    0 AND BY WIRE AND
    qr 'jdo not caretnraa4_ Long winded articles.Stirke tion of addresses they arc doing all. that ludina I ihw n-i.j( j'l..cSllatin's f all I of (lie Even Better Than Money."My UNDEa Circuit Court of tho Fourth Judicial to offer every advantage to those desiring MAIL A.srEclALTv4The

    is being done in the state's behalf All Circuit of Florida in and for the cou nty of brudfonl. a thorough and practical; educationat
    I
    . lCldi,; (':1;.'olIlli, ldill.i : x-ompsnics in dear," said a Pensacol.i: woman to In Chancery Sitting la a certain cause low cost iraczssrrr of having la Florida a el I
    and and |
    the cnnrenlinus caucusses
    : cmnnittee I
    .
    ,; Fla., Oct. 22d! ISS7.j meetings and conferences have 'he Umlftl SI.-HC-. Jtii i pioln'ktint' t if her husband: "I need $17 l for a new therein 1)tllIling.ht"l'oln John Jhite and j Sarah the I nstlction:thorough.! Progress guaran honest straightforward actiopolitaa dailj | r
    __ ._ .._ produced the Complainant. and W.C. Lin.Key paper devoted to jjrDEHOCBATIC
    j -----.7 --m-.il. what? Why.'something for the he person who built the fabuh us "oe- sacque." IJndkey his wife, James E. Lin.Uey and Ann teed. An (nly entrance and regular attendance fi

    ? Tkwc fcave been but two iaca of yellow home topublish and circulate Linll K I' ha wife, John L. Jameraon and Renja- especially desired. For further UNITY AND STJCClj!
    iu.-w paper. horse bhuy, had) been permitted to attend "Then you'll have: to need.foi I haven't: y itamey his wi I' are
    ansi lUrbara
    t Caper outside of Tampa. tlutiv Florida has to mill F. (jaiifj Information addiess.
    _-. .. nt own expense. got such u meeting in his day, he would have got it to sp.iie.'' dcfeuiU Jts. I will i-eil public outcry in front and the proper representation of the SUte'i 1 \
    'k -- -- arou&e herself, shake off ner lelhatgy.: p"ut House dtorm Mid comity on tno 31. A. (CLA11K, A. 11. Interests, caused a large number of
    Pnlntka is been able to some points in the "I not spend so much I SevLnth )1867.. the same wealthy aa*
    secuic
    the
    rejoicing- quarantine her hi.nd to her pockets and) do slim&- suppose ; you day of Sot m\l". A. to form a joint'stock company to that

    '. .: '. gninst that place has been ra'sed. thing: beside 1alk.or. the desired IHHHB construction of felloes and hubs that money in the saloons that your family I :legal being hours the first the)loD.lay following iu said Inmis.month! situate, during In time the irilcp l. uniting the two dailies the Moraraa Km end oif ndl

    will not come. The time, is growing final State of Florida and 6. 87 tfORANGE IEHALD, providing
    & would have delayed the catastropheto have to go short. countv 0 Dradfonl. in said .ug. : an abundant capital
    San Fram-isco short." known and deueiil eil as follows, to-Hit: ThesoutkweBt terial and a competent staff of
    :1 t consumes more gey profeMionat'ists
    "
    vehicle
    for
    : old
    that famous many j card. "I don't. of the south west quarter of --
    COLLEGE
    : \\ est cigars than liP)' other city of its size The people o! Florida merchan ts. fl'al1 Many questions of interest, both to tho "Oh, :yes, you do. Mrs Russell told Section severmemlT quarter and the south half of lot they have afforded the people of FJorii,
    in TOW-
    he estate owners and agents, official and number t"'t'ln' 1-, of Section eighteen Eepresentatlre Dally Newspaper
    ; frv I country. rude and public) were discussed duringthe me last week that when her husoand was ship livo. 5. South of H.nije Twenty.0, Katcoiituimug STAllKE, FLOlilDA;
    all. not to be itr&nrdly to or less, that U a benefit and an ornament to the
    people ought euhty aciemore _
    ., and committee confessed her thatIt .
    i.T One hundred and forty barrels of IrisI but.all fchould session a was appointed .0:1t late one night lie to Tei ins Cash run-haw to pay for title. which it la devoted.
    their newspapers, cute .lip with reference to and HENRY K. YORK. SJHH.-W Master.L. .
    to Memorialize i Congress was you who led him astray kept OPENSSEPTEMBER 5th. 1887
    s. potatoes were gathered from one acre at ) to iktjr .B. RHODES. E-*|". (Complainant buhcuor.gtarke.
    . 4. : '. 't. Cloud, near Kisiimrcee. manfully. suppoii. t he passage of laws 1 looking to the protection him out having one more." }...
    .. -. ---- of tlm timber supply of the country "She did!, did sheVehl, the next Christmas week. Has the Acknowledged ..

    1 .. Authentic advices from Riverside CM .' which is radidly being destroyed. A time you have a gossiping match with W. H. RIVERS, TEACH Ellft-G. I*. Young teacher of LARGEST "
    CIRCULATIO
    Ex-S natbr Jones rowing Worse. Scienceund the Normal !
    natural Depart-
    iforsin place the present orange crop for trade exhibition of models was. arranged that old c-row you tell her I: was amy
    : .
    Kx Senator Jones of Florida i K still in : iJJ':,\LEI: IN ment. C. J. D;ntnn, A. U., teacher of In Florida.SUBSCRIPTION .
    ,.I_ the Riverside district at nine hundred car Detroit, .nd is suffering from biain in one of lIlt public halls. which; attracted olk-e) when 1 got a note to come to the j ul GOODSA the Classics Higher [lthel.1ati. etc. t

    : londx. or fifty ptr cent morc'tUan last crop much attention both amOng the members ;and: bail her sweet husband out, and tint: DRY" Miss U. I. IVtifuC: tlmental PRICES'*
    trouble.l A frbnd of it: "It has
    sags
    .AI of (the association and the general public. he was locked up for !Insulting respectable NI> niid! vocal music and Calisthenics.GOUD One Y.mr.....................

    The Tampa authorities are nuking for been gradually coming on for years. but is The arrangements of the convention were women. I had to ru-h around two BA1D-Caii be h:ul ::t $3 per Six Mouth................. ..

    aid to support the wqrkkig class, who are as gradually iZl'owing worse. IJe is a man of I GROCERIESStarke week, payable! w ekly wishuiand: ironing Three Moutlif..............;.:..

    !:' in great need. Already large subscriptions of strong will and evidently has: in his very complete, and included a dai1J"ten- Jjouis lo dig up the money and twenty extra One Month............_;..,. :
    "
    !'S .. have been sent there.by Jacksonville own mind) realized this breaking down "of graphic report of the proceedings issued it he owes me now for his tine. Florida. TUITION' PER .MONTH. SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN BY ALL RESPONSIBLE I

    ... iu the form of a daily edition of the Carriage II''hy.. my nailing husband, is that ,
    and other ctyjfc. his int'Dtal faculties. He withstands all Primary ei .:>\ Intermediate $2. Higher

    .. .' Monthly enclosed in a lithographed (true? 1 foigive you dear. and youneedn't :ifo; Collegiate Instrumental Music jf 3. THE
    III. efforts ou the part of his sons an4 d.iughter PEOPLE'S PAPE
    c;: Short crops of cotton is the: gen ral cry cover of handsome design including views mind about the $17. It's worth U. D. MINER use of instrument 50 runts. .\1 tuition
    him take
    induce to medjc.u treat
    to Initiation fee 1. Many people residing at a distance from dafly '
    $
    : pf farmers ;rom"the several counties. | of the Soll1icrs' Home grounds the Cap more than that to.Q.OW over tint: Russoll payahlo monthly.
    _; tip .nt. to I loivve! his present local iota. or Special in advance irtensionto way communication do not can to takenewspaper. -. "'Ii'

    1: A belter pee for the staple is one of the make any changes which would be likelyto ital vista Washington Monument, and woman with her ;IX- t silk dress, and a scholastic mte county trlle; pupils.Primary For these and others l Iti p

    the Lincoln Statue in Lincoln Park. The bonnet that would be too giddy for a *
    uhlccU of the Farmers' Union It will re- prove leneficial to his condition. His $7. Intermediate !.iO. Higher

    f. -: }uire unL.ad .effort to..accomplish that end. sons arc unremitting in their attentions to convention was doubtless the most successful pickle factory girl."-Met ropo'is. $13. Collegiate 1.'. Weekly Neis-Hen

    and largely attended of any yet Free school begins October 1st and is
    him. One of them is constantly with absolutely free county pupils.
    The late Col. JUcWilliums' son had a held the Association. i l rHURSDAy.l
    OUT
    by EVERY
    ; # warrant issued and several parties arrested kim, though they must find the burden a For catalogue 0,particulars, apply to
    The has sustained a
    heavy one, for the Senator had nccumu diplomatic corps G. l-. YOUNG, Containing the cream of matter sblls
    Q : ;\accessories to tbe murder of his father. severe loss in the death of 31. Effendi, the the daily daring the preceding seren dan
    .
    lated lit1if arything in a financial June 25. $ -6in. PrI n t-I pa I.
    I : ::1 The) all gave bail and will no doubt "be Secretary of the Turkish legation which .5. -
    wa ', and h 'stlll insists living at n One Dollar
    } ; upon a
    pjcared) now since the jury release Bangs. occurred f u Wednesday: last. Mr. Effendiwas 1'LOIUD,': J.l.V..iND Yet
    k1 prominent hotel in Detroit. The three WATCHMAKERANU -
    the oldest member of the Diplomatic I Address, ,'.
    I 1 A company which; now operates alwclvetonaday.ice boys arc faithful affectionate hardworking NAVIGATION COMPANY.
    in the city, having been in contin- T. T. STOCKTON. Business MfJI'P.
    e: 'v .' factory at Wood- sons, and do for their father the best cojpb : TIME C.\R IN .. EFFECT". AUGUST !0, 1S87
    service for fifteen as a U OTJTTJEI/J5R. .O.Box"D."
    I :; : :: bridge, Orange county. Fla., ire preparing they can. Yet they undoubtedly Mje, as uous years representative All Trains Run b(Cth :It'riJiu Time(Central). JCle1c

    1 tt to put in an extensive cold storage anybody must who is familiar: with his of the government. He had I I 12 STAKKE, FL.pl'cill.l \. WESTERN VISION. C

    43 headquarters here and in New York City. attention given to repairing Watches Shortest and Quickest Route to New Orleans <
    fruits? and
    house for oninges and other case that his condition i is gradually growing ant THE FAMOUS CUSTOM
    ,. Ol'locks and Jt'wt'lr.r. &e.. &c. All work done the Southwt Direct Connections to Poin
    All of tlw members of the Diplomatic tic. .
    : '. also to enter in to the production of orange worse and is probably an entirely at eaM'Wible prices for eash. Enquire of Rich. west and Northw eft. PLYMOUTH ROCK $$3
    corps at present in the city attended the ard x l'ace.RIVERS. .
    wioe.. hopeless one now. -New York Tribune == =-- ---- --= Ta"meaDbA.M.t'iue.. "p" memsF.M. time
    I funeral services and afterwards joined in S jjA Cuttoorder

    F *; 60 far Jacksonville has sent to Tampa' the remains to Oak Hill Read up. Read down 'G clothesca
    ;'L escorting cemetery No. 10. No. 2. No.1. No. 9. ted for
    style I
    !r' $1,555.75, and can more than double tIt 9;_ rida Dispatch. whore it was temporarily placed in & jOiNER 12 lOp 7 30 p .1 Jacksonville.. Lv 7 .:a 3 DIp Every pair
    V
    11 00 Caldwm Lv
    a I'r H 4 II p ( -4
    % .;_ amount should it be neceswtry. In aet :-: -: Tariff on. Oranges the receiving vault to await orders from PURELY VEGETABLE.It 8)8 I.2lA1J.kel"t.Lv 5 95'1 a 611: Ic 4 and MOKKTRBFDNOKO.. 0-

    j.: lion to the $451 sent by .Dr. ) the Turkish as to its final disposition Sl\ttKK!{ FLA. 747a 11 49a! J pair made. If|
    Kcoy tjpfohibitory tariff should be levied onIg government acts with extraordinary eflicicy on the ti W a 3 3 i. Ar3Iodison .Ar 11 -48 I 8 .4S p are returned Mlisfactory.
    I Mr. R II. Cplemaa. 5 23 Ii: Ar Honticello ..Ar 1 50 10 Si
    Friday. oranges and lemons. Florida. '. it has not yet been decided j. p .
    : 1 IVER 4 3 40 a I lt! p Ar :Tallaha.vit-e 2 '3 p 11 50 ]I'
    1 tl'J.T.&K.W. jailrowJ,, tornia and Louisiana supply the whether M. Effendi was a Catholic or a &SDNEYS, 1 :0 a 1221 pArVuucv ....Ar .J0.:) p 1 53 aS .
    .( .<." Jltoi n.-U DRUGS AND CHEMICALS 1 01 p 11 25 p Ar Itut-r June..Ar 4 HI p 3 30 a -
    .i jiitornry Alfred B. D41oe.J
    > Mohammedan. It his read _
    was custom to .dlg BOWELS. .
    ... f' States with: obliges and lemons.jiioulgW AND 11-00 p 10.:0.Ar-Mariana...Ar 5 07 p 10.1: a
    _
    .
    __ .
    _
    $500 a generous";) a portion of the Greek Testament -. .- -- 0. 80Un KMaLvIVE'uiiMkSi.r.Ar; ".tL1p $.UO a
    cured in their right every :
    j AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR ;y.t.If: 'rfii.f; : { 3Ulp M5aLvl"'-nsac-->'ii....\" 15.10 p II..10a .... PAN.
    :
    mpetition between there lay but whether for language: culture or i2.lp[ 3.W) a -'Iomiatoli.Ar: 11.:9 p :Slip )
    Malaria, Bowel ,
    : : 4.;. reasonable prices to the spiritual edification 13 uncertain.: Dyspepsia Sck Complaint Headache !'.f" ti j f 1e i frl1 -- ROOp 1 ooa I.vTColule Lv I'ew OrU-an.<...Ar Ar 7lOp 2.IT.a 7J0p-] -. .

    gani ed fit '"A r the n.oney paid out would Although the season'irf vcll advanced, Constipation, BUionsneiB, } .= L" Gcc' ";.Q) a ..51)1'1.1' -nt ojiierr..Ar ..1:11. ...5p i -- Tell us'
    . .y Kidney Affections, Jaundice I ; .5.3p '.:11 Lv r-.i>hvi1ll" 6.Hip 7.Oa! 'tJ. color you like i
    corps'' __ Qatry. If the fruit there appears to.have been no diminitionin Mental Depression, Colic. ? f\ Ji iiw, I .. 1245p lilU a Lvfc\ans\ille Ar '.1.1 a 11.35 t your WAIST B5JI531DB
    promise the' J _.;.- 8.3.ip: 12.30a( Lv .nlliS'll1t'r :.:)>a S.VHJIa
    -c- 'one. and desirable the spirit ot activity displayed both by .1.t.'tf-'i. rs .1. 7. I p *N LEG .9 Jtogetherwith
    .a. 8.20 Lv f.ncmnati Ar tJ'i"1035
    p p
    .' class of our population p1CC'Cd. the general government and by individuals .f"i'J.' 1.fil.I t.ltr, 7 10 a '.:0 p Lv M l.olli1' 7.40 ".'0)HlOp p S-J and 35 cts.torf'

    ; k. : c-d especially U> benefit I ,_ ', ..C..rt.) c -- 3.40pLv( '_'hic8 ....\" 1030a ,.6 paid express and packing. Or send 6 ctsJETltruapr
    ( rate, iidproprohibitiotit in mrpioring the city and its surroundings. .., : **
    any } .(.: '. ," --- : No 1 and S daily; No 0 and I 10 daily. to Ihe office of this paper.and !.
    ;.- Jiership of 5,0OQ| is'clajjaucts .. of'for During the past week a New York and = Through sJoepnM. ears on 1 and 2 to New Or- aeeoFS aJoa will be mailed you. IccJ

    . s-- cstaj No Household Should be Without It eang good linen ttpPOeGHt&rS8 JH foIt sj pt .
    c
    flru being
    .
    not only Washington syndicate has placed TOILET m FANCY ARTICLES "
    .' Sr protec upon I F. R. and. N. slei piiig cars on and 10. to Df with the Proprietors of this paper a niP"
    tactile land the market, u beautiful tract of ground arid by being kept ready for immediate, Funiak : these packages for sale at six cents.
    ,. will save many an hour of suffering a{ PATENT MEDICINES, &c.rltEMr'RIPTIONs Springs.OU'1ILEItN
    I' epsciafto jpDYemmenAnd upon the main line of tho 11 and 0 railroad r many a dollar in time and doctors' bills. DIVISION. PLYMOUTH OCK PANTS
    '
    A the Jack0 ,
    c ( .'nl FULLY Shortest and qini-kest route firme'-Tille. Ocala,
    IER E IS BUT ONE
    Union announces tIp i ipompany faoi 4r within two miles of the city whichis Leosbul"g', aud to,nil points,la South l'1 ritla. 1S Summer St., Hoston, ]lD..

    with to be known "Woodridge.." Situated SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR ('OJIPorOI'1': ALI JIOL'KS. Read up. Rea.lltown.o" .
    .At $100.0QO cLi
    : No 8. ..
    :A No NO 31
    : orftniied at Quincy in tutu ; as it is upon elevated ground, in the See that you get the genuine with red "2" 10 15 a i.00 p Ar n-rnnndina ..Lv 10.10( a- Augusta Evans

    _' -i4' canno midst of picturesque arid historic sur en front of Wrapper. PrepTfd only by S. J. TEMPLE. 7.45 a 2..151'r 'allahl1nl" It.'t} Wilson'ftJ
    : f tlepurpo-i 5i!a L411LvlitldwjjAr _
    J.H.ZEIUN:u & : 131.1 1)
    CO.Co:8i-'ropnetoro. p
    tobacco lit that point. $cj raLo!:! fruit loiindings, and jjpmuundinjj: intended! Philadelphia P]. 1'IUCE, 01. 3. 6aOp 630a: Ar.lal.kS4.\.ilc..v lii.1a: 900p 3f BW BOOK !

    J k. .. b/jppp/ men are expected to make extensifi I views of the Capitol, tho City Soldiers' __ u TEl\IPLE'S lVIIL.S, 5 410a 30 a 1 35pLv.00 p Lv i.JIweyr i2ilduin .. .Ar Ii 1.IS:0pl005p p 11.24p( -_. -

    4 15? e ... preparations In the same locality to develop dI ..-a $1.25. Home and portions of Maryland, it combines 3 45 p 12.-1: ..Lv Starke ..Ar 1. 2 p 11.47 p It; has been twelve years sinc A jjf.
    -' NOTICE FOR PUCLICATIOX.Ol PDA_ !l.45p 1035a Lv (.aines\'illp..Al") 32p i 7.43 a ular Authoress written.a hoo J..
    New'
    the tobacco industry and the citi- Tort, tariff uauyjiUractive features as a placeof 330p ...Wh.LvC't'tlftrKt'r Ii35p 2.KOp Dilhliugliani takes pleasure in anno'*ft

    zens lire elated at the prospects of a boom paidal flft ccnts per bo*, where it costs rosidenccTho streets aud a\cnuP3 OFI"ICIT GaiMSSVILLK.: ., ) 117a 202a 11.31 ,Lv H/\wthJflle..Ar! 2.21 p 11.1a that her new llOOk-tbe lest-of;

    q .". .- _ us seventy- -flve cents Politics blinds the have been lift 'AUt' and graded so as to Sept. 10, Ib87. f MANUA TIJRER 10 11.0)a 2
    11 .r)0 ._._.. bound entitled .* ,
    p 10 10 a Lv 'eala \l" beautifully :
    IJ h The South Florida ExppkUitiR i iUFry In Jan. eyes of many even to the welfare of their teciire pcifoct drain and handsome Notice i in hereby given that the follow.: 100.p ROO\.Vildwontl. Ar4S5p 3.52p 3.15 4.i3a a ,

    will do much to show the world the own state and their own personal intercuts, villa silos, and no expense or p.iins: have lm-nanKd setlll'r I 1ms tiled notice of his iK VM> K\LKU INSio "4.15. p H.3 J a Lv j.ahai'l'f'k.w..Ar 5.4K p 10...a
    intention to inii'-.e final in ( p S-JOaLvi-iiiiitervilie... Ar 5.5T to.1M
    proof supportof p a '
    1'1 Tvonde-rful resource s of that favored region. But it docs appear to me that the wny- been spared to inako them perfect. Combining his (drum and that mid proof will be ;
    .tt The of railroads faring South Floridian though a fool, itS it doct. all of time attractive features p T.iaLvttwenslsru Ar7a'41I1p j 11j't
    has
    made bcfoic
    building new lie Kecistcr und licccixu at Lumber of every De:t-riptlan and lMp ..OOa Lv JladeCitv ....Ar ..2 p 122.ip ;

    ' rnade it accessible and it presents attractions need not err in this matter. M to be found in the viciniiv of the Gainesville 1))11.. on Saturday Oct. 29th. ( !IIlitr.I I 9Hp. $.' no Lv !..l't'sbul"gr 5.aj p 5.::.a. .
    8*> p 8 1ft a Lv'i'au-arei ....Al"5.-1I. 6.15a
    1$S7 viz John 1'. Jlicklc of
    t not possible in any other part of the National Capitol theie can be no doubt : KlnsiBlcv, Laths, Picket, Railing?, Ilrat-keta ..:r p 7.2i a Lv A|Jlopkl1r .37p 7 4.1 a Is now nearly i
    Fla.. liE.
    No. 1000U for the JSJ cf NWj Tlrtp e.55 & Lv-i r'ando' .Ar7icj(
    United Slates. The day cannot be far The Greatest Drawback. bnt thatVoodridgo is destined to become Sec 28 Tp GSR 3:5: T. and I'iiijshintr; Ltinilieiconstant on Through Slc-edit.< Cars fin Xos. a and> 4.8.l5a be

    'J distant when there will be a great movement in (lie near future one of (the attractions lIe naiiiL-s the following \\ilnosscs to liamid.attention. tween Jackson-! ()Orlando without change :Price 2.00. .'
    It When one stops to think of the quarantine 0"e dollar a berth. No. and 8 daily Nos. 3
    toward it by those seeking pleasant of the District of Columbia. 11. ptove his continuous I rcbidence upon find Er"Sp'cia! given to Filling and daily,except:. Sunday. ,:
    adopted in this state .
    they cannot cull iva(ion of, said land viz: "
    fi' .
    'Jiomes und profitable !nvctMHlents.-Su> |} but Ordorhvith ,Di l'atch. FERN ANDINA AND JACKSON LLE XBASCHDaily.
    : help see how foolish it all is; and the Xortlnip.. of Lake-view Fla.V. : The admirers ot this jlUtJ l

    vannah News. word foolish is a very moderate one to the To Our Correspondents.While \ A. Norlhup of FU. ( .) many will hail with delight this J'j

    t ". -_ 1>. .]. Pile-ox cf loniii,, Fhv Read up. Read down. ,
    great damage it H to the state. The idea; we do not want to urge the good E. N. PCITof Scroll No 11. No 5. Noli. Noli Volfline.
    The road from Macon Oa., to Palatka, Fin. WorK 5.4siD a Ar.iickv-iu'nle. .. Lv ) .
    } that we cannot go to Jacksonville without people of this county to do what they S. C. Tre-KKn, Hfi; 5 DO p 8-j I t4.00 \ ,
    i
    Fla. is now pushing rapidly forward from e-r. p 7.110 a Ar 1'rimaiidi'.a. ..1.6:0: p 10.10 a .
    firM "citing a certificate nor can we even disiike. yet we cannot help but belieye Sept. 17,-Ow (J S. Laud Office. ANU CONNECTIONS. EZIlflflflfl CoPlEShavebeeS i
    1 Macon to Y.1 1st:,. Ga. The| most difli- it At Callahan uith S.ixanuah. iflitrlda and Lei earlier
    \ go south without being armed with the a great advantage: to every settlement to XVeMern }ailrnul'. for Savannah. ,
    JJ, At-
    cult part of the line is undct cinstructinn. I Vegetable and
    have Orange lallta.l'harll'itOIl. Wash
    ; name document.. To quarantine against a regular correspondent to tho Tu.- Kt"U.RUtniiore. New
    i .' The division_now under way will be completed I O. L. KEENE y 0/k. Ciudnnuti., St. I.<,ui", Chicago, and all
    I Tampa or any other infected district wouldbe KGiui'ir. It will I Keep your place: before points vcat and iorthwt-st. :

    t r .. as rapidly as circumstances will allow -! nil light ; but at the same time why the public nil (the time; it will advertise Millinery Fancy Dress Goods CRATESA Sttanu At Silver>ru. KpriJiKS.itli. Ocklawaha River r Magnificent NovfIJEULAH .

    1 i but that portion of it southward will ,
    not have faith enough in that quarantine jou, let people now what you can laise. I NOTIONS. KII I) At Hade Pit V with Fit riiU Southern K.iilroaJ. ".
    I GLOVES. PAHASOLS. for lirooknUIIf. iiitt
    be put under construction early nnd the >u allil Tam"I.
    .' to release the rest of the state? Palatka who gds marrit-il and who getsick; it Silk] Uinlirclla SPECIALTY. At Orlarmlwitim South Honda Railroad for
    J .. : trains "ill prplmWy bo running into Palatka I Zephyrs :and all kinds Sanford, $1.75
    ,
    has been will certainly do harm Lockelajia; and TanijMi. t'
    practically shut off from the you no but a vast of matiiial for
    . : At Cedar K..y. with
    'l; In qbout f04rt'- n months. if no SteauuierUovcrmom'Shiyorl, 3IAGAKIA :
    BA.y } world nmouut of good, and the ALSO FOR sALE Muiiday and ThuJ fur $1.75, '
    .;.' .. .,' simply because one refugee died at same time FLtGif7op7r day Mauatt e ansI Tampa.
    unforeseen obsttjdfja arise.-'Palatka News. make CLYDE'S NLW T.ORK.VXD FLORIDA STEA)!. INEZ U5 ,:
    there damaging its commerce to the extent a bright newsy county paper. Let ._ $ ,
    .F'Prollllt attention to orders.
    of thousands maybe) to say nothingof us all take hold with a will and advertise D'i! \\est Bay ht., Cor. Laura, : KIIII' LINE. ST. ELMO. $2.Ootd
    :
    The Line of Sails ., .
    : Clyde steamers me reported Br. df.r 1 Jan. 4ltE: tin J(1CVlLLE.: IoLA from F"I'f lIIfIlIlC .Suuddy and Frillay's'
    the inconvenience. county to the world. Let :5OOO
    us from '
    I to be Jacksonville FnJay. for Charleston and VASHTi, 1
    : doing! a huge business. The. :
    b The tell of all the New'iork.
    N-ws-IIera".d, in an able editorial good there is in it.. Do not
    Ii- : : : cherokee, pn |it-f l Illit dpwp trip, wa Ii.. ; :KEA ISLAND ItOUTE. INFELI
    .. gives our view on Ibis subject as follows: be afraid lhat your article\ will reach the STARKE LIVERY
    :..,' I .... .. rowdc1 with flretclass; pftatcngars while STABLE.AND Steamer ExpreJ-.Iea\inff Jacksonville ::ro p. .
    : .' .- "But little ;remains of yellow fever except waste basket because we Lava no wastebasket m, Wednesday anti Saturtbl)'. connect with the J'
    : '. dt-ck passengers had to be turned, off for. the fright-and the quarantine Indeed I in our office; but we will carefully ACRES 01 LAND elegant Steamer M Nicholas. Inside Route for Good Reliable 4gents'1

    t; 4 _'. want of room. She also the BruiisM ink. lunati. Savannah w nuet-tiiif will
    : brought ,
    thplietiviest even fright is about subsided FEED AND SALE
    . .. re-write those that require U, cut down STABLES.Firstclass Steamers for I alti.llor.. I-niUdelplua. New York For this new book, UATTm. .
    : but
    :. freight ever conveyed to Florida the qUllrll.1t r.e. like the poorve Mill and Boston. WALTER li. COLEMAN. whickS".
    &
    have with us. Why not lift the bariHrs this that arc too long and add to those Suitable for Orange Groves, in Lot F. B. P.U'Y. CC1\-: Trav. Agent. OF T.IHERI'US."on:
    their -
    line. The Cherokee will
    : |I'J be
    ,''i;'' ; oij her| re. and let in little fresh / we think it best in fact of Traffic Blaingei.: Terms given.
    : .'- ..' a light on the afjjjcl ; reserve the right 10 acres and >M>, as mae wanted f
    .
    : turn trip North, took 100.000 (,'e; of hum ? We *? \ O.JUcDOXEIL aide.
    might ..
    especially rem/sps to scratch Nov
    or publish of by's'1
    any part each I .Ot1traJasiengt'randTlcketASBUt. Sold ( sent
    ".. '::" bcr, 7,000 cross-lies 2,000 bqndes| of frrm eveiy town and city with the Tangle 1, article. U'c propose to send the TtxitiHAi N 1i'r JJ. E. rAXLL* free on e\erywher receipt of prlcft"b1 ,
    : General *
    exception of Tampa. = :fcfipotmtenJanl
    300 |
    shingles. boxes of
    orangcs. and a Is it not the height of to finy tue can call cones- -'V.'nJiogbam l'44
    TTd
    : absurdity
    1 Jarge number of miscellaneous packages. I I P,4 i Successor to 0.W.CazW
    it inconsistency. says Dr. George T. Maxwell pondont. flee, in a ditiom l will furnish all = (.

    'to hear our learned boards and I I stationery and postage: requile( so that TitI.c f ""i<; ..; ? -.23wetzidsl-;;
    ( !:
    '
    .' : Laud is cheap in FlorId; we have a physicians in one breath declare that it is will be |f l-, gt
    you nolLing out but your time. = : :. t.-. DRUG STORE. .
    glorious! climate and our soil is susceptible utterly impossible for the fever to take 1 I We wili add that J ti: ;"; .. .
    hold in a thoroughly policed city like We do not care for correspondents ti4 UJ 4 fcS" ;
    ; of the highest cultivation.
    We can Jacksonville-even if dozens of' who write for RUmnlnf ,. .. ,
    cases any other paperin -A k. t 1( t'i'" H: -1i.- t:
    : ,. ... !raise everything necessary to a man's support. should be brought hjther. and the the ciis1eti::*:sltv. yr. ; ..v .In.i.tho I Ibu1s .
    very : .
    county, ad they -
    .
    cannot
    and planters that next moment strengthen the a"s help but turnouts furnished at all UUi ul' '_' .I, __ ...1AI '.
    o14r see intelligent quarantine
    : I' '- fultivation of the soil is profitable. if they were building barriers against mix items. Xow let everyone who reads hours day or night. !!'-I.rn, .;: -' .. -'. -: ... -.. -::-;- ---0.' =: -. -- 'k IfH Ol if!

    : They hordes of dcnth-dealing savages? Do not this consider it a personal appeal and let Terms Reasonable. Give us a trial. J H.-J J.t..1L: .; .. : I

    . .. are beginning lq raise their own supplies their acts belie their words'? "is there us make a bright AN. In flITiaI i-.rf,.. .'.v-j/ ;"r'.ucsaV.iilolj '
    v ,.. Ihtir any newsy county paper. DHEW8J.YEHEZ, r .. i.-. .... IRO
    breadstiffs and their meats and wisdom in declaring oUT theory ;;: ) i: .i . ( 4
    .. one way Staikc, Fli.J ; nllur.lr'.2.-.i s 1.- .'-..- .. c '.v 'emn ,
    1" those farmers do and our practice just the reverse" "llu't .
    whp
    ... this are growing Vroj atnl !" -> .s a ii>- .:I g iU. r-- .
    iI Y Thp idea of CO*:: !. T,:" .::.S,.*, h.Oicc ,' ', t,
    wealthy. Many of our plautcts are land stopping a nun: with & FRUIT ;

    t poor but they arc perfectly willing; to sell through ticket front any cf the Northern THEE AGENT iJ.; --..-" ,_" .. ,.. __".C.. : .TOJt

    a portion of their acre? to intelligent and' Stales and such has been the case to our peach E am prepa"cll to fill all orders for J 1. W HICKS .: -. .-:.' :: "': Yor1- I ..
    and
    : pear, other fruit trees at the A ",III r11r1f, tM e.tf.f
    progressive settlers ho J certain knowledge- Why not - --- ---------- .,d 'Q1t :.
    \> come here.pty .- l1\r use reason lowest possible prices., Special : .tI.. LIViR

    ( Register in this matter as well as in any other? offered bargains JOHN WANAMAKER, JIJiToaJl OH or YOUTH tr..xr.il'/.
    . by the 100 to 1000. .
    Trees
    . ) of any CITY : :. 'D4i.-
    S : kind PH I LADELPH .x-< .-. 'ix;' a d T:
    ..' -.;: :. .A- variety. or size furnished. I have ir1.t

    ;i- : : .- \ .1I.ACU1COt.'ht... Oct. 25.-News Raving in also orange trees, by the 100 or 1000 from J. IJ.f Gl\S \JXS i: -Y-r.:-> .i.e"d." .'TTUNID3AV13 :: ,.- ;.
    official 1 ..
    . .. our capacity as members BVREIKR AND II.til. DUESSRR. ( .: r" ,, .
    i'- 11". reached here that a white man mimed of the Plymouth) 1 3 to 6 years old, at botton prices. I invite \Ve desire to locate in this .OJ".e. -
    -HospitaLCom- fr-p
    ---J.jul..rir
    o
    .. > Parish killed three negro men i in Calhoun mmee. been asked to test and prove the persons wanting fruit trees of any OPEN AT ALL TIMES. city an agency for our Clothing DEALER IN LJ A. r-"t": ..1.--.: ,t: .ruph:TI1.iN.eiwlye '[ I.

    county a few days since. Four kinds vines, shrubs, roses or .. .. .: ":"r
    vrrte using Parish's Iwal to negroes effectiveness pf many different articles to in this line, to see me before anything Order Department. A AU att.Li .".... .,I to r "..:..;. ;' .p".

    .-- logs broken loose from a raft gather, when up Parish the be used as disinfectants in sick-rooms and elsewhere. I am connected with purchasing BertkI SHOP ON CAIUST. JUST EAST first-class, competent partycan Drugs Medicine -I it'e(b-. HAT&EC..Te ,-. ..,.';. -,..:It'
    as r2Utiv f ,. 3:1 to; "-
    infectious <
    pj> n.:1
    > fevers : .
    *4 Vnne along. .It is said that the t. -- ,M report I iflfttlIer celebrated nurseries and OF RAILROAD. arrange for a large and ffee4a& i.1.T'r.'... .". .,i'.r

    told Parish that they bad no inteo; r.-ps s Jl'i"ilactic I t Fluid Q bas. rj_1 Tguarantee all orders will be filled withexactnes.'Iof I Will 'constantly keep on hand: 0fllll profitable trade. A plea- ifjirke I Fla.Physicians' T Sinatet::: 1 :0.1::T,1p.o..I.H :o! o.: 'J.;toR' ,

    Dialing the boat. but Paris4.-;. '. .a OQ Typroduo. I kind, and variety wanted, : line of the ful loving
    \- repeire any explanations. ,. ( ?.rIt proved as I am determined to give satisfaction, DANDRUFF CURE to cleans the hair adjunctto IHO''WYA

    Winchester: shot one down in C ti.\Il! th spread of so,that I: can do business with the same CUEAM OF HO:5Efor the face to any other established busi- '.nlsou'r'1j.\l'O'. .d.:r.
    .! parties in the remove sunburn tan I "..d_aoI3) P
    future. freckles
    killed and uolh No !
    another : ness. risk dUVW P
    on the raft and an Office at Gardiner the skin.A I to agent. 'ipH...1'.'jO'PU.l hnJ"W:".',. 11'.'..

    tempting to run away. The fou D.1VESPOnT & Pratt's Real full line of Razors and Honecon Address -I.-' v4jd 10 iaqRDU' 'U PUVGI1 "4,..V
    Estate office PrescriptionsCarefully 3o
    11.11 PIft
    Starke 7a7 .
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    Starke "Tel egraph. Mrs, Kate Young and Miss Hell I I Mr.. Geo. W. :\Miller night operator Hampton 14ew:t an- Sfd'ck.

    .IhB Richard returned from Valuable >
    their
    L Atlanta! at this place, is not only a faithful II \ Nursery

    trip on Tuesday.Read The Sunday lchool was ,
    cmylsye but is .
    Starke, Fla., Get. 15th.! quite a society man. ,
    Sunday: evening at \ :\ .
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    The railroad will in '
    the Cheap Column in this grow popularity Navarre Institute has I I Wo pifeont to.n'l1& list of. vuIuaMe fruits whicb are iwIispeuwVo to" every 3ir-
    -, by keeping him at this :station. met who ishe* to ,la to the value of .
    y ? ail bmntiiy his home.o- /
    issue and make mind 75 pupils. light good : '
    to advertise I
    I SECRET SOCIETIES. up your lr&Jnbom wi Ui( a vory sin ill amoQnL or money 1aOr;:ldtJ.Mvera harf
    r.cI Times arc getting \\"( 1. <>the vtlue of th"ir
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    in this column. Mr. 1' property ami the happinea.tnI..comfort of thalf"Uy
    W. Sweat
    has ;
    No. 49 P.and bought the anA .
    Bradford Lode now; the oranges are I fainili mhrarinz the e l>r>rtnnity here offflwl ofobtalniugat aiaiIt
    .&.l'L Regular each communications h. thrid&turdays corner lot from N. J. Jones and i is farmers ;: cost the nww. and I&.mug!. varieties of fruits suited to this Section, viaa: .
    in mon making ready
    ; are :
    (J :: Rev O. W. Patterson and J
    U W. KICUITEI.Secretary. 08. \ "r ----. .. 'P'
    JOBS HU "
    enclosing it with a neat picket fence. We see occasionally in -
    W. M. *. to-1
    t Thomas expect soon to engage in 'R .7 life* high. :

    e View Ludxe No. OS ol F. A. HIllegular the manufacture of ink. lie is moving goods into his house Mr S. F. Gardiner. He : Leeoote....*. ......... .. >: 1-8rt.S.) .......... ............ J
    . ". Meetings second and fourth now Hiid will! b. fully installed in a'' 11l' pcrty Hampton, : i : Kar ; );
    kinlay of each month 2 o'clock. few the orange business. n Kl'llfer..j.born.s lcllller..... ... .....: centseach .. ___. .
    "/ Master: Jw.U.sAIUe> price as lIa0d6nh w RedIiDgs MULBERRIES.
    7 retary. the of strawberries
    has
    iE planting : The new brick addition to Richard Blanton. has: now gone : Wbit.vyL1c.. ........... .. A' "
    \: M.P'D. ORDER OK RED MEN been practically a failure. his1IItel' stock of dry a .- Red JC\ .rbtoaaa .-.-......*...... ..>>S 7KCTS CWt* MCtU -

    ? USCEOI.A: TIUBE No. 1. Fn--Counci & Pace's building is now completeand ceiies. We wish him a >14V'flEs.4 toSery & }ri.fr, _ ___ -

    fires kindled each Wednesdays Sleep, Mr. N. D. Hagcrman will soon ready for its tenants. There good success. Pl'(>'1Wand IOOey..h = ..:.t..t -: =-
    AI' .aMkr .. \
    ( earlv
    L& [t their Wigwam. Starke 1<:Fla. were three arches between Since the H a t'II..r I.) J English..,...M........ ........ > .
    fine large cut election ......... .. ..
    build him residence hi : > .
    iali1 Tri.usienrothcri cordially invited to a on Fullas (sewlftpj of Honey J. o'"n.. .......... 315Pk"" CbtneHer .. ......... ..
    '.i:. attend./ G, W. )McKiSNEY new lots just north of town. the two buildings, which will makeit dry we can hardly get BKxxl. I : icbrh.Chpstnuu:.. :: .:I' _
    OuMenYeMy .:: : .:: : a llt
    I ..., Sacheni.tt'i convenient. will have to I dig; our wells : J 15):111Wr! h :: :::: :::::::::.: .
    vory We .. P C1ZDI.......................... I ..
    MILLON. noticed _...
    SAL A colored faith doctor has been in on our slrc<: l i 3.1mond ,*&lIhou....... ..... .... >>_ &Mda
    1t Chief of Record. _ evening, some of the CU3ls.: I .oo
    Morgan Bros. have purchased of t b> 6 feet high. _
    ----- the city the past week, doing wonders -
    \ 'lay L4c. No. 10 I. were looking for better \ViM Goose:,.. .. ....... ... !O ntaeach .
    ZR t ,O. O. F..Met every Vri and raking in the coins.:, Mr. Geo. E. Pace the lot on Call Navarro Institute PrUnUPas.rdj4ed1r5f"c );.........25>> .. ,.. 6SAPE3..., .
    sl, night at Odd Fellows has Japan: 3li6Jrs| It't gipeen)-.so .. .. Scupp-rnon ..... ..... .......
    . k I day Halt Transient brothers street next to Joiner's drug:: store. sistant teacher for there KeLseyJapsn,2yeni... ;.60 .. BlaclTEagEr. .....p.. ............f l nna'-
    f. cordlaUx invited to attend. We have a quantity of old news This: lot i is: 25 x105, plenty] largo to dren than one teacher oul I ..t. .i. .35: ... Or. any yariety... _... ....... *(.
    :0. HAYSES
    F. J.FIILD. J.
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    i Secrwbmr Box 41. Noble Grand. papers suitable for wrapping paper erect a double brick store, which isI : .- .
    A. L.SCOTT Vice-Oraod. or.:
    l \PAN'PERSIMMOM,one PEPWO or31C1onShb.

    i :: -. -- for sale at 25 cents pel' hundred. I the intention pf its new owners. 'Ionia Scraps.Mr. Seedless...:t:.... -....-......:;..... II year A DfOW thing destine.!ta be ODe of tb.hiss ..,.:.

    I CHURCH DIItECTORY. Aniomr.rWjmI.trKe.... -. ... fWcelltaeach.kettruJu.. ............. ..........:t Work has been resumed on the The I literary on Friday night 1 wasa : Yulee Silcox has : I Zingi.sugar.ruei. and rich:..... I f q ___

    E.di I METHODIST CHURCH. new jail and ere long Bradford will grand success, and a good pro land in our midst and we : -- : I'las. -

    ill I at Services 8 p. in. every Holiness Sunday meetine 11 Tuesday a. m. and at have a place to put its pet birds. gramme was well rendered. This come MK'h an energetic 4 M'Li a: .,.I to..
    I ....,. _.h ... Brow-Q Turkey... ............
    8 p. in. I'rayer meeting Thursday at 8 litciury[ socidty has a groat tendencyto It ha; been so dry here Altxa.n Red Afitraclvan. :- L 25 Black ..............:.........."'..1._ ...........

    .-I P'm'V.. S. RICHARDSON Pastor. Quite a fishing party made a raid better the tone of society in ire a great 111111.of. them C'rsb.....r..J..l. .: | ten..sc. areel1........ '..:..........,.. ,

    t Sunday /School at 930 a. in. Fc Lake and it rains soon Clay county t -- -.-
    on Santa Monday, Starke and should be : : .
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    encouraged.Tho
    .-.. J. CHAS. RICHARD. Suporlutendent in more than one sense .. ... AD A.VOrl,...I.!..'"..
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    .. Sec. & Ti easurer. brought home a fine sample of fish. APRICOTS. .. .
    : UREY MARTIN .
    Ho'ever SeIngs.
    wo need not .. sweet..I... ) su .. .. .
    fear I .
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    .- Times-Union trade issue came Rai-ly aolJ 1'o .... .........: to. eo .
    Red .. ....!... .ICO.pecia1rat. '
    . have so many beautitul 1! : RO"14n. >"" 5c'ut..ge Budi2v... ..
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    .i.- ... BAPTIST CHURCH. The colored people have fixed up to hand on the 21st. It is a mammoth t'cny has Russian .. .......... ... : .... Ta.1jt'enne.. ..... .... ...... 0('
    Services at 11 a. in. and At 7:3( p. m. the old M. :E. church for a schoolhouse 21-page full of good to Let water from I : ..-._ lI'l r.uf.Dtl< paper I casks. QL'IXCE Iweet
    Prayer meeting Wednesday : I iMerranean saduther,. .
    ;i ,8 P. rn.V.. G. PATTERSON every : Pastor l and are holding school there. reading matter, for only 5 cents.Every Go to Abe tr C'kuIII.} Orange.C'hinest*................,..,..... ...... 25 centaeh v _ t...... ...........2Se.nta Neb

    morning Sunday at School 9:30. meets every Sunday Mr. Daniel will person in Florida ought to 'lemijohns for new syrup. Apple. ..:' .., :;::".. ;::El::: } AII'1t"if-.nted. u"r Order.

    A. C. HAM HICK, Superlntepdent. Newingham open fine cane this year and his '
    tass buy one and send it to some friend: ,.
    Is F. R. MORGAN Secretary. a saddle and harness storo in the city will be extra. <

    soon. Success the new enterprise. in the North. The belle of Ionia has I hiav.s'\.0 a an retr. and'krb .... 1
    [ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. lSi .t ". Sri of to that e *Sa l'
    e wrck. but is fasf'r \ variety.. : tb.
    We will all subscribers Llaft ftlOnf'YP4
    Services. every other Sunday at 11 a. m. give new tlltb.r'trees
    fc. > Truby, Sternbuig & Co. have Mr. C. II. Sitzcr has .
    It. MATTICIi J aswr.
    hate
    )AY'' Sunday School every Sunday at 930 bought three orange groves this their choice-the TKI.KUUAIMI: the with yellow jaundice but "e a ;!falll'h made tllIrjer'y urrsne1iients near with I4rgo nurseryriien-to stabI1sb' aV.jpposibie _
    J. P. PRATT balance of the and all of Starke therefore weguarante all u.JItated'
    *. m. year next now. be reliabi l our future &0'
    several thousand dollars. !- : prospects are ouitirply' dependent upon &ur<
    paying re1Ikb1Iy'
    ,
    Superintendent.
    r year year for only one dollar, or the TEI.EUK.vrii .- Mrs. Howe has t furnishing/ tie exact :'Iuuj: orilered.S. u

    Ye CHRISTIAN CHURCH. and cne dollar's worth of and will fl1l'ni Mi our p : F, CARDIHER & Co.

    1 AcM 11: S6S8-PatrJ; : 16. It is time in the for garden seeds for only one dollar and fresh milk. : ,
    Q. P. Young the Pastor preaches at year trampsto Mr. J. Sundtfl'd orange : Stiarke Pla.Q1i3ai
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    V HAMPTON appear.V(\ advise making all postage on seeds, about 12 cents. ted by three young men. (. _-

    each 1st ford's day atjl a. m. and Saturday such work on the streets or leave I red a part of jhu ) .
    iEi'. Crawshaw, of 1.a"towas
    at 7:30 p. m. town. ::mges. Among the rest
    . BTARKE' : in town on Monday. He icports :
    from his choice
    variegated _
    teach 2nd Lord's*day at 11 a. m. and each WfftGVKf; $ _
    the in that lIe
    things on move city. .
    Dr. after of \hicharegrownmoru .i
    p Lord's day at 6:30: p. m. Bryan, a sojourn several -

    HIGHLANDcsch months in the North, has returned is expecting a large shipment of lament. 'l'lieclmips. : were .
    -Ij, <<; 4th Lord's day at 11 a. m. and Saturday fruit trees direct from Japan sometime my, neaily toT:ake View .
    his beautiful home
    before at 7:30 in: to near
    ie p. month. The Crawliaw peel> They are pretty
    next

    ii El CHURCH ATOIUKGE WpllSIIIP COLLEGE. Lawtey.Dr. _ _ fruit farm at Lawtey covers 40 acres may not get off so easily P'aiacry Uonds8tore'
    D. each Loid's day at 11 a. m. We hear one of our : .
    e.IInM Ga kins i is crushing cottonseed
    PRATER MEETING and is a thing of beauty. riew is quite ill with .. .
    .. *ch Wednesday at 7:30 this season. It is much better C- ..
    ousy> do not Kn.which.. TA1t1U ..
    in this form than either whole seedor --, M .. :wL4t; .

    'U OI Y NE.WS. We WonderIf ... AWth. .
    .. in meal. it will rain before long. CHEAP ,..

    N ---V Mr. W. G. Green has sold his If tha Bank is a thing of the past.If -- ; | : .' .
    a Mayor Kniglit has becn\n the sick place zn :!;ot .
    One Cent a \ :
    afraid of owls.If .
    Noah llufus Adams is .
    list. I' south of the Alligator to Mr. For the first insertion and 1ic.'I

    IILmr ----- Geiger, who will move his family high water pants arc fashionable.If fur each subsequent:

    Miss McCormick has: I Uft fore there soon. the young folks can't gel"up a dance. iinii.CIMK. ,.r

    GaineisvilleT ? If we can get a few more s-ubsciibers. HATES A ,; t ) ..

    4' _ _. The Baisden Bros were out on a .0 Si..
    well in the Nor tli.
    ID I :If oranges arc selling IGENT'SjNi. l SHOES

    First frost- of. ..the-season-'-- on. "last last Friday night serenading.PJ he If the 1'ostofflce is located for the win- T. W. Sweat has a new t ..dt. L "Iha9- $ .. ..4.'z'. ..'. AND. .

    S ."Frzaiy' night. .""' boys play nicely and arc all real er. in.:-:. ; r- ,. 4 :' .. .
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    good musician?. If the faith! doctor has: cured anyone -=-- to-h ,_ p ?9 .
    Have seen J. C. .oo. -
    Ui Mr. C. II. Sitzer was in the city you i: ..
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    I on Tuesday last. We hop that noi.c of the Bradford If T. W. Sweat will get moved this Go to J.C.Clark's for ; : .. Ii.. s.

    farmers'will! so hewing gum and fine fruit.'l'ruhy .
    county stoop week.If .
    Heavy snow storms are reportedin ;: t1't ;
    so .
    the Northern States. low as to mix: their cotton in the B. 11. Jones lost a gold ring the either Slernbarg! ; &: < ; :t 1: -: ,. ELL
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    hopes of a little gain.A night. XO\.1st., : :. .; 4

    Mrs. R. T. Richard, of Callahan Jf the whole town is going to tun forOfliCli. ?& -: .oa1 _- --

    gjient :Sunday in the city. rare bargain. 300 sweet seedling I B. I L Jones ha: a new:> ; k -

    'U ; orange trees 5 to 12 feet high. If 3ou wonder that I wonder if you \ .:'t: 21 i." : 0

    .t&4 If you have anything to sell advertise $30: if taken at once. Apply to S. wonder. Wesley Hodges i ilt always l < l % ., 0- .r. ., 00 4 K _

    \ it in the TELEGRAPH. B. Denmark, Lake Butler. If it is cheaper to steal pants than to goods 0 0 0 1 Li -
    ---- Jjr; e
    I ( 0 ., .
    buy l them. Prof. Clark reports 1;; : ? P'I1AV1N1 : ED'ln Starve, In the brick buildlqg forrnsrty .: .

    II Mr. Chas. Darby has been in the Bring in your announcements to If the puce of cotton i is going to raise oiled this week.\: E.V1rounc man, 4 rnt&y olIciI wori In amy Ii frn Up CitiZens of the town a o .
    this office where will do the coAntf: AII work warrgiflcd Churges moderate. Rooing. Gutters an
    cIty on a visit to his parents. they before long. --- : leaders
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    most good and cost you less than If there is leally to be a wedding in J. Cr. Alvaiez: expects ALL ORDERS: PROMPTLY FILLED. '-

    i'. The bank is surely coming. It any other paper in the state. town soon. goods this sciivm

    takes time to move large bodies. will return to Starke : V .
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    If W. C. Barnes The streets arc full of 'l'JiE .-
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    . Mr. M. M. Hale, the Tax Collector liUOU I MEN'S. .. 4
    this winter.! .
    cotton: every day.
    Mr J. R. Wi has brother
    sims a has rented an office in N. .*.
    . him f, '* *South Carolina. If Fred Martin came very near tearing) I UOXUOLA KII} A. L. Yon KIRNB3RT rJD call Alligator
    -i visiting I $ Jones' brick building, and can be up the Courier. Iiugg&ills" will have : f

    iI g found there to collect the taxes.:; the ri-jL.itAi'ii next week. SHOES i92.JO. g1'10 Htnd *..w.J
    Starke will nth get any new railroad If the people of Bradford are glad :

    unless and I liquor is gone. The baudboys w ill miss Ladieswntiiis'been AND mi STORE
    they are up doing. The TELEGRAPH the balance of Shoes made to order $ .QQ,
    I If the band boys .realize how much wearing ijsl 1t1).1) ) .
    I. this year and all of next for only Louis Witkovski has a : ; 0
    ie Andrews & Alvarez have sold noise they make. __ Shoes 'lLcunomy !..-.i
    anu I 'llU Also Complete Line of met, _
    $1.00, in advance, to new subscribers. of goods for sale cheap.
    three of their fine Tennessee horses. If the Bradford county drainage tchelJ1e :: > )'iV m.il STARKE; .
    Now is the time to subscribe. |
    Our will be a success.If Sandi.= & L'aidcll eX l'lcl: I Comfort sho'tld! \ try a .fome:1. Muses. 1101. aa4 0 .

    Worthingtpn correspondent, I. I :Magbee: intended to jump his board: stoves next week. pair of this t Vl l rittd:
    "CoQnt Cracker is on tho sick Mr. S. F. Gardiner is selling'property -!I .__. _
    ) n
    bill when"lie left. line of SbtiLntlit'..
    Children! btO i, conn tn4
    list. on every side. This is but a If we can't get someone to write poetryfor I Go to .J. i-: G.il.iu: fur : Fn-ttdl KII 1 > I'I. FLORIDA

    commencement of what will follow m-dicints I ) -
    the TELEGKAPII. H'! JwwI
    - Cot: Rhodes has been in the city and shows the advantage of advertising. -
    a If certain young man is &tJ itch on a Car v\L cl itiIi.i.: aile!: i I : .

    this wdck, taking testimony in a law I certain young lady.If cigars :It \\". I H lint-is! : _
    suit.A I -;.- -..-- -_... 0 0 -
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    : think -- -- -- W. LJ.'
    some of our young people A.tf )
    M.L'EngSs.
    Mr. B. McCloy and family, and I stolen oranges arc the sweetest.If The 1 best ni-il! hi-ijH') s!:

    Mr. and Mrs. Th was have movedto Mr. J. W. Best and family have arrived .irejit \\". II. I HiM-K. nI1 lotid '
    this is enough for this time. We t,1tC, : ."
    ttteir -- .
    beautiful .
    place just south of here from Pennsylvania. They ,(vondtr.. '.

    Starke.Major. expect to make this their future --- --.- We would loptttly HENRY A. L'ENGLE. Manltger.qot"ACIiSONVILLE. W. N. BAKER. C.,t>. .. -
    of fall.lIS.UHlrlllil ru\\ ..
    home. Starke Literary Club. : .
    ; McJunny; of Butler, is bU, '. The following is the programme for the : nf (_:tt.. G.I'.liIlL'r the: fruit : ,. :FLA. .0I ..

    ing al- the cuttQD this year, so re- Mr. W. C. Barnes, who has been Literary Society Fiiday. night. November I I.\. full !lilaC;. of ...& iu.1 LUoIk"" i J "_ r ".-,,_ ."' .'._ ""..,.,_"._,,,.r_ .

    ported. a faithful employe of this office for 4th. All cordially invited: WILL DO A &WRAC BANKI.tU BL'SIXESS.: DEPOSITS R EIVEI>. COLWCTIOK ,"; 0

    ......... ... I i RATES OF EXC ASnE. .
    Instrumental Solo. Mi ; Lizzibweat.:: J:>crvv.. lute you ::u, \ MAI>K AT USUVI 3'

    Gr iCtOl\i of life has been the noo- the past four years, left on Monday Recitation ..)li":,, Mj rtie Martin.Sonjr ll'\'Il' nf tl.o: wonderful ) / 0 _ -- .-........- _0 .. _: :' '. ...
    foR.a visit to his mother at Green .:MISM-S H. Hichar,1 and X. (iueriisiy.Keuihng : 0 J .
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    feult ot; the 'storuas on the Great ...Miss Julia Wall. Bull's Baby! Sinn.' \Ji : .
    Cove S)ring.The'gradiI.g. .. .. Hirers.Ktf4.it.uion. it 23: cents: :i boltlo.Olteiitituei : t1". "I! endConS': hUOK AfJ'Z r*I'. ) .t": 0
    Lakes. Instrumental Kolo .. Mi-s Ella : j. J JIEA.>. i U4 er 14A.A
    .. .. ..Miss Kittie Snoiu. t...LuJ! (>, lle" \ ..,.-=- tb9poJ r.ai1e,1.....,."g.... IAeIll1..JltU'.a..H...., ""' .M.rcn.to p.lpear,.O 7OG&M... r", ...... .
    of Madison avenue DEBATESubject: "Rc"..l\o-l. that Works of Art \ :. 0
    :\11'. Uaily has returned to induced IV all uiih -iltly: H\fr;
    1 is The work is are more I'll'llsin to the 1'thln the Works I JAMES MEANS
    progressing nicely. ,
    ** his houW his northern will I I bipig s'lnsliinc! : by jre "
    La\\\eYf..olu I ofiture; Ij -b \\\ : '
    visiMr. \ in charge of Prof. Young, and that .tftlriiiative..Mr. lin-UanUou. Irs. Wclil>- I this guMt; nr:;iii I, I ;; "\bLI: '... i9' --- 54 SHOE -

    alone is sufficient guarantee that it I : t'JlIi\'e.,.. .. ..., .,..:'lr.s.'ott.. .. Miss Oglesiiy.Adt1ie -. I "Y } l 1(1i.m.{ S''01 I wamnotwursI'uai4': _
    :!..,. ',. (J. 1'. YlIUJ]!:. I .\ fine ('r.nt\1: llIn In 1: : \ : ) tI
    N R. Hamrick was robbed of will be well done. JAIViESN8
    cousidcnble Died.in I giuiplc ni-gUU.; Miny: I' I "...wl.1. \':-: J \\d' d( ,1: ..
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    money by a pick-pocket : I horn Lab.tu.i: i.:,.:::.t: /' 't'r ,:. Ir .. SHOE.
    Work still continues on the drainage I.imi the little ..l..v: ".1
    iu Atlan, .. Sunday imoining, Cad t'l .\ye!' : 1 f" ) A'i ..\ t', _
    :] ] m:, liiiiic : : l .f. ;:,- .. i / i ">fr' >"V: .craMWH .w'..*
    : KTJMC it p
    of the lakes east of town. They infant daushter! of Mr. L. C. Ihicr. aged I j : ': } ., : :: s1"4 dTM.n.'II""*
    -- inr: the b\sr!.in t-i I: t : ; i 101""-: \'iZ-I t I.J. t.r it- : ... ... 4
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    Mr. an lrs. L 1L Temple left have succeeded in lowering the 10 months and 2 days. It will be remembered IH'lioU.t ; t l--; :._ I \- .. ;;: ?} P\'. 1,_:..iiMl.IT": .I*-r r\t y;*rr.KI't RHOK.rrpatntMi c>>r *i..r .-.*...< ..
    .1: \ "' "I'I, ; .; : ;V :Ji''I.. .hnto.r'oeb.aICV! '. l .
    that the mother and little brother ., \ ; .100 a .I k-: .. .. .. .:. =:
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    Tuesday fr Kansas: City. to make water several feet, and are now At :! .. i---; 1 r -ij M rt r W .
    irtL.c. .
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    killed bthe train near here las-t ; .1.I \. A ; t. 1-v.::t..I"r.; I: i >.. I. U>t '* 'tya- -
    were ('i.rllnie (1'\I'ln i-.il i! :. .
    their homt work land for ; ; J ../i\ U..J;I>*;' -":- JO.=.ut.IU.i.I-r:
    clearing crops. I .
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    the little one faithfully I! It :':a.t.\\ :.f:' '"I" J tllS 41
    of fine bri<%, for sale, and is stillniaking many extensive improvements to It was buried at Ciusby cemetery un )1011' t ClUl'ti'i"-. Slir'-r.::i: ;il.i- I.! I : : ) I > .-.1; .. : .. -I.r-r.l.iBS. > .r ri4
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    -.ro : ADTKRTUINQ- .-;-- RATES. POPULAR SCIENCE. 1 HOUSEHOLDJtiTTBBSk- I. : "End-kiwi An is Absurd the creature's Bird 'fcaae; COCKLE'SANTIBILIOUS- l


    _ .- ..-: 1w Sm 1$ ." I AGRICUTURAL- I Tomato Catsup. -. ._ *.* but scientific men call it apteryx, wiuch R.R R. RI3dr

    ;. ...........::-lsi 0 51 ;A hailstone with 'nucleus of 'b. Take half bushel tomatoes, peel and is a Greek word meaning wingles because PILLL

    ':- .9..... .. t a &'li"I. I 0 0 2 0 probably sucked Up in.a water spout, fel. Otkcs OP INTEREST RELATIVETO cut. Let come to a boil, rub through though a bird, it no wings. !THE GRETEGLISHREtFor

    A' C.8...:........... I 0 10 T' '0 0 f"5. recent sho'werin, Frt .. I FARM AND GARDEN. the sieve, add one pound salt, quarter That is absurd enough, but it does lot CURES TiffiI 1ta e'l'

    a /* .,... ......100 0 15 0 j 0 t 3 s 080 0 0 By means (an air gun Prof'ester C. L pound ground black pepper, quarter satisfy the kiwi, who seems to have and curl Agent' :contains c. N. CItIfTENTON only Ir NeW erk e aneneadllt.tt PAJ1rlllar"

    Ten ceut a line lo *the flnt and cents for Mees.has found that t drive straws Liming Land in Autumn. pound of whole allspice, one ounce to be a unbirdlike a possible,. in SUFFER WITII' A1fi .' .
    each tie boards and is' six large order to do so has gone to ridicu. I found I a tftc'Jle for HaYr
    tubequet pine hickory as. two poundsbrown sugar veT
    lartlon. The of- land in the fall ,
    bark lining % fes ill haw
    itr BOWEL
    &Spcial rat )tme. adnremenw upon ali often done by tornadoes, velocty of is one practice that obtains wherever there is coves, twenty bulbs garlic, one handfulof lous extremes. nel. tuffererfron yea August 9th' COMPLAINTS 3tt :
    te 120 to 175 miles leaves. desired It not only has no but it has no wUJ fn a few innmnta when -11 'I'C
    hour is t
    an peach eD
    necessary.The good farming. Lime* constitutes the green I yet wIng for lilLfroit. E/'s Cream Balm I directions. cure Cramps, &! 80v?s! ...
    & i SUBSCRIPTION RATES. remains of no less than fifty. ine largest portion of the mineral elements hot, add a much cayenne pepper a tail-not even so apology Ihi:* bnlV preventiie 1 havenerond. Heartburn, Sick Headache, 8mDmer ?

    .'t_ 1 One elr..4............ ... species of flowering plants frpm mummy of numerous and nearly onehalfof can lay on the point of a caseknife.Boil one. And, as if that were not enough, it Hay r.t" tufftrennoa Dlarrbira and aU other DY5 Internal nlfl'. Pain Colic. Wind m tbo =.

    *. a 1zmontfls......... .. .... $1 wrappings in Egypt have-been the ash of plant majority of plants to the thickness required, and just has no feathers worthy of the name. Its .ut > of it3aa 'J. MALARIA IN ITS VARIOUS :
    grownas
    Ail identfed te add with soft down for I: .FORKS CURED
    matt be paid inTtrlablv In before removing from the tove quills are covered 1. if8oh1b
    The have the
    .4 UD No diicrlmloaUon In favor of anybody.a4 flowers been pre- farm crops. Hence it is a most indispensable mustard about one-third of their length. and then iL 9c SWn. { napl.lnd. i AND PREVENTED. .: -
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    fccrved, even the delicate violet color of, fod for crops. It has a bene- quarters pound ground the with hair-like webs out to _# l _Balm_ Into each nostrilKIDDER'0 There If not a remedial ajrm! In to*wort*fh*
    ComtmwlcatloDf all matters of local In'. the quart good cider wetting are fringed UA.plr will cure Fever and ACT and all
    upo larkspur and the scarlet of the poppy, effect the soil in three ; other Yal. rVw.
    r eat solicited. from I parts of the cunt1. the and itial upon ways mustard with the ynegt Rub through the ends, which are sharply pointed. It fll5us_and other ferer-i.aided b, R".,*.
    In the
    the
    chlorophyl leaves rapidly decomposes organic matter; domestic fl. .JI quick as KAD\V'i'Sy lC1t
    -- the sieve again. is only as large as I common EL Kl'. 'v ,
    ; -Wtneral Directory. sugar in the raisins remaining.Of it dissolves silica and releases potash, Botte.Waing and 1I 4
    Star. fowl, but it has much stronger I lyR.R.R. not only ettrrs the patient seized ,
    .. -- the cephalopods, comprising the soda, and acid tlll. but tt people expose I to the Malaria .
    UNITED STATES OFFICERS. magesi stouter and bigger feet. will evefy a. ,,
    silicates and legs morning take UO n 30 drops ?
    combinations
    I cuttle-fish, the octopus s or devil-fish, and as The Laundry. Of course cannot be surprised to Relief water ant eat.say a cracker.Mfon n f
    .t 1 noJ: their allies, species new to this is a of food for crops and you out,they will prevent attacks. '- '
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    thirty-two purveyor in learn that such a bird looks at first It Instantly relieves and soon mreft Cold* tew. -
    b ; rion. sarnel POPCO.Monticelli. science were discoverrd by the Challenger it greatly aids and encourages the nitrification A little borax put in the water It its Throat.Bronchitis.Pleurisy. Stiff Neck an Oxxw.tlons .

    Bon Cal JackionTllie.SETEKSXXTATITES expedition, according to a report of organic matter in the soil. which scarlet napkins and red bordered sight head low like a fldmpd.along carries in a most ttj or and BoweL Inflammations whether of the LaapkKlfe f

    ;i : just finished. Some of the cephalopodshave There is, therefore, no more.useful fertilizer towels are to be washed. will prevent so swiftly :' I!
    fashion RHEU3UTIS1T NEURALGIA
    :k Pint Diltrco R. B. M. Davidson, Qalncy- a length of sixty feet, and they ap. that can be applied to the soil, them from fading. uncouth moving it iD
    $ CharlesDougherty, Port and the convenient effectivetime When removed from the person, when pursued however, that IS very Headache.Tootharhe\VcaI or Pain la io Bask ;
    most .and
    form dable well .
    Orange. pear as as this ridiculous bud. Chest or Umb by one apJlI! A i
    t... CIBCCIT COURT : creatures. singlar. for its application is 'in' the fall clothing, i damp, should be dried be- difficult to capture for A SITUS;CURE VOtl fifty Sold 1 '* .
    i When it sleeps in the daytime- cent* per bottle. ?'nnl t. ,
    Fifth J.31clal Crcit-no W. B. Woods, Atlaota French chemical have when the land 1 for fall grain.It : fore putting into the clothes-basket to choose the INDIGESTIONM DYSPEPSIA. 1D
    experiments it is odd enough to I
    Ga.1 Cwr.ustic aitlgntd. is an old but foolish adage that "lime prevent naturally Over VOTO Fhyslelatu hire vK n*theft'epprcrrmi of .

    j:7-Mj lon. Dn. A. La., Circuit yards proved of that galvanized water passed iron pipe through takes 200 ifp enriches the fathers, but ruins the sons,\ A handful of borax added to water wrong time for the ground sleeping-and it so rests makes its DIOESTYLIN.for Indigmtlon aylns'that thr th.-.t haye It Lo eyl the n best!pnaUo RADWAY'S |JZRSAPARllUAX ;

    IL M. Call,Jacksonville,U. S Attorney, Northern meaning that it impoverishes the help to whiten the clothes. It Is used long bill on We have never heard ct a cane of DYfps where
    'i nictrlrt. 4.29 grains of zinc carLone per gallon.It But this is only true when it is soi. by the Germans, who are famous for itself look like a strange sort of three- WOIESTYUN wiw bkelhat: wa "Ur RESOLVElfl; D''
    w t '
    W. C. Bird.Marshal,Norlher! Dstrict is on this accouut that the Govern- Most other birds use their FOR CHOLEHA INFANTUM.
    Philip Walter, I). Tslla- an injudicious manner and without ade- their snowy linen. legged stool Blood ; g
    ment has forbidden the of to AGUKAVA1 I The Great
    galvanizedwater EOCASE3. Purifier
    use their WILL CURE MOST
    'fIJ Pentacoli, Clerks, North'Tn curtains which can be beaks wings or spurs I THE 37ev
    ba5.e. A truer maxim would I
    F.e IuCphreyl Very
    quate manuring. IT WILL VOMITINO IX ) U
    \ tanks on French war vessels, andit pretty it would be foolish to expect STOt 'REG1"lCY.IT I cure of all cftronlp dkease. Scrofula Ben,'
    but
    with
    %T District.TIRMS be that "lime is the basis of good farming laundried and look a well as new ones, fight t.FUEVF : I 1 otll.SypbJlitlcrmnplalnu. Crmsurapltoa.alarDlseaM. m. .'
    -NBBTHEHH DISTRICT: is likewise advised that tanks of this such natural proceeding from For Summer Omplah's ad Chrnic Diarrhoea, Ulcers.Chronic Rhenrnatbn. Kryt. -'
    and makes rich farmers," for this is are made of white muslin, with large any which are the Imperfect digestion.PIGESTYLI I B1ad.Ir and .
    :;- .Tacktoaville: ,tret Monday In December. kind should in all be abandoned elas.Kidney.
    cases and in its plan of fighting V will ettft't Immeitlatecure.
    half- the kiwi aadThrostpuiLthu
    i Tallahassee, Monday in February. strictly true and true for all soils,whether round dots the size of a silver ; fac Take DYOESTYLIS for all pains and disorder Of pepsla.Affections of tIM LIIn;
    tnt is used for earthWorms health anj
    where1he-ater fond of lilood.restoring rtfoe. .r
    1'eneacola drnkinglndcnnnar is to kick. It i cry from
    Tribune. the stomach they ail t'n.ns Askourdrugtfor
    lnt Jonda)1 March they be sand or clay or even abundantly dollar.-Detroit ; to Sold by Drunl"I" Bottle. '
    and of its of DiaEffYLIX ipriee $1 per urge per
    purposes. one ways procuring
    'ifr v.c. rt TBicT COCBT-Northern District : supplied with limestone. ; bottle). I the doe nut have 1C send ODe dolla t u I
    -. Hon.Thos. Sct'le,Jacksonville Judge.It. In one of his lectures before the Royal Limestone is not lime. Lime it strongly Recelpes. them is worthy of sO odd 0 bird. It And we will send a Iottlto you.expret prepaid.
    Do not hesaate V* ttndour: money. Our noose Lareliable.
    . M. Can.Jacksonville, U. b. Attorney. Institute, London, Professor Lodge illustrated alkaline and corrosive limestone is of thumps the earth with its. big feet, and EstabU.thed twentv4v.ya5qWM. RADWAj'-spil.L8
    . neutral -
    .. W. Jacksonville, Martbal. ; EGG CORN Rtrake a quart KI'flEft ,
    ' the discovered fact that the vicinity V. & CO.
    c nfd lately there worms ,
    -. ). JW Jacksonville, Clerk, Eastern DI. and inert. Lime has a strong affinity boil and stir in a teacup 0* meal; i are any 1 Manufacturing (;'hei ;l.t..M3 John.MtuN.Y. v
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    .' smoke and dust are removed by electricity water they come to discover what is the The Great Liver ani StomacS md, ; .
    \1 for water with about of butter up
    : .. I>. CMVllson.Tallahweee. Clerk Middle Division. by exhibiting a couple of glass jars combining let boil and stir; add a teacup ; The OriginalftLITTLE For the cure of all disorders of tho tomsrh.T4vqs'a
    Clerk} one-third of its of it and also then add mater. .Kidney t
    K. C. Unjnpnreys, Western Divliloo. weight take off the fire and let cool ca"s Bowel Bladder.NerywuDtwascs Fematacomplaints.
    Pen.acola filled with and which and '
    smoke and
    : dust a cousin of the LnM or Ap( tltc. Headache.Concttp*
    for carbonic acid, and in these combina- and little salt in a buttered I ostrich
    two a ; pour 'ltlon.1111101180r..t t
    TZRXS: ere instantly Tendered clear by discharging eggs its has no for tlon. Costivenen Iodi:
    V tions exerts a strong chemical action, pro- dish. though plumage L1VERcct5 ; Inflammation of the BoiTaL, Pile and all doranf*
    .'. Eactern Division-Jacksonville, flnt Monday In through them a current of electricity us its large relative's has, is very ftLLE U *a"D menu of the Internal Vtscer*. i"urlT vwetabla,isa *: I
    heat and i
    much
    - -* December. lie makes the interesting ducing decomposing or- GE Is.-Stir into ice-cold a the natives of New PILLS. taming no mercury.minerals c* deleterious drn*,. .
    Ii .Middle Monday In sug- ganic matter f/om which it takes water WIE.TE, highly valued by ]
    Illmlon-Taaalee fret whether similar of water enough coarse Graham flour, un PERFECT DIGESTION bTlta- one1otRa
    ; gestion a discharge and carbonic acid. Limestone does noth. Zealand. The kiwi has a very tough OF 13UTATIOXS. AZ.TTAT3 W? *
    & Western 'Division-Pent a flnt Monday In scale London sifted to make rather a stiff batter, twO BEWARE way's PUI every morning,about 10 o'clock.U a-
    electricity
    on a large
    over it Is dressed
    . & which when
    skin properly OBZITTL&
    .;. ing of this kind. Lime is soluble in the ASK FOR DR. rIElCES rELF8 ner pilL BrIO doiDlf
    Marc s
    S would be as effective. parts water to three of flour are cor- leather.-St. Nicholas.
    water: Limestone is not excepting avery makes good (! JPIZ.ZS. -
    : STATE and dip SICKHEADACHE '
    rect proportions: beat vigorously
    OFFICER The immense value of ,
    practical meteorology
    small extent in water they
    t containing
    Governor-Edward A. Per.Talaba.ee has been shown at into hot gem pans. Set them on top the Beng entrelyvecetJbltt 0 pynpepsla.Foul Stomach.Biliou!np!will be aroWat
    1-4 Atorney.General-. ,Talab."e strikingly carbonic acid. All these differences ex- '' fill them not Cologne. diturb 'c and the food that 1.eaten contributes h* nourMriijaproperties
    , %,,I .. Scretar) Stte-oh L Crl'ro Talaha. Calcutta. The Director of the Bengal ,pllinVhy limestone soils are benefited stove until wel heated, aOI or occupation. glsi. hermetically Asa fur toe support. of the natural waste atltr .
    hot to sealed. Always
    's is
    I ; betame'awareof quite even ; bake in a very oven Cologne interesting y.
    w : ) see.Comptroller-W. D. Barel. Tallahauee.I' Meteorological Department bj an application of lime as much as ful minutes. chiefy Cathedral YiSi'l laxative, alterative, or purgative Ob 'e thC tomwrtnu symptoms r"au1tinlfbotdll'a
    r Treasurer, the existence of a terrriblc storm in limestone cay from thirty forty ors on these Unto give the most perfect ot the \'Orianvlciniitlpatlon.In wartPiles
    soils also
    H Cri.'falahane.AdjotaltneralDnld orsandy ; why the and to reJQb Fullness of the lIol.1! iithe. Head.Acidity of
    To
    -' ; One Cologne water. see one satisfactioli.SIOK : .
    the middle CHOCOLATE CUSTARD. quart of Food,
    Lng.'alaba.ee. of the Bay of Bengal rive or no fertilizing action in soils :I the Stoiach. i3u-ea. Heartborn. Dlsuiut
    ; "Commieloner! -L. six and except milkthree level teaspoonfuls corn starch, buy some of th other are the two great FUlneMorWe.ghtlntheMomfh.| SOur En1clatloDa"
    '... Mitchell. Tallahassee.Superintendent days beforcjit reached the land, strongly impregnate by carbonic acid. HEADACHE Sinking or Fluttering .Chokl oriatlng.setiaatli.nC 8oO .
    Public Instructions-A. J. Russell gave timely danger signals to keep vessels four level teaspoonfuls grated hoc'olate. objects of travelers here. But, apart! I I when In a lyln potItm"el
    also lime is usefulin
    They explain why so ,
    l_ ?,, Talabu.e from Stir the chocolate into the milk, heat to from these principal attractions, we shal I V the river at Calcutta.
    \ellownwoftheaklnandFye
    leaving of -
    i;. Coml of peaty and sour soils, upon which lime Bilious Headache, I Pain in the Head Deficiency Prispiratlon.
    ) ImmlgatonA One steamer failed to heed the warning boiling, then add the corn starch dissolvedin find the city very interesting. I *.Vain In theSlde.Che UJiBbt
    Ta.ha uee stone exerts no more effect than sand Dizzlueee, Constipation Sudden l'ltihes of Heat flurning In the Flesh. -
    : StTREXE COURT. and foundered, with a loss of about 900livesj ) docs. New York Times. a little milk. Let i cook a minute, the streets are queer and old, some of the JU41Ie.U-nl and Afew4osesof JtAlV.t'S P11.1.54 wIll fref

    & .. Chlel.Joetce-e. G. McWhorer.Tallahassee. Among the six or even vessels then take from the add salt, sugar houses dating from the thirteenth century Billon. the,T.tem of all the a'ove named disorder
    ?:, Tallahat; derangements of the siobi boi. Sold by antF8end drugttq.
    Price cents per
    A.soate In.tC-I. and and the Rhine here crossed
    n B"a lackpnvlle kept.safely in port were two steamers and vanilla tofaste. Sweeten flavor ; ,' ach and bowels,are promptly a letter stamp to DR. UADWAY A

    : ITBIJC LaD3.4Y. 8.Lands. bound over the course the lost Save Trouble With Young Stock. one cup of cream, beat with an egg by a long bridge of boats, presents aVery relieved and permaner.tly; ", CO., N..32 Warren Mreet. >ew ink. to*
    *. ., sane a and with its craft cured bY the use of Dr Our Book of Advice.
    Tucker vessel, and with an equal number Danforth of the Homestead beater, and put in the custard cold. busy lively scene :
    . -. Land. office, GsinesyffleC. Register. Curtis, Kirby Plene' Pleasant urJatvePenet. V11E sl'llE TO CET R A II WAY'S.
    UXDLLnd of passengers, whose escape from deathwas N. Y., says in the New York CHICKEN S.UAD.-The best meat of of many kinds. In explanation of the n' of thee isv-3tj
    TATX
    .1 office, .Talaee. L. Mitchell, Com undoubtedly due to the wisdom of Tribune: Young animals, should have a two chickens dressed fine, twice as much The real Cologne water is made by may Pellets truthfully over 60 b great said ft bat variety their action digeases.lt upon

    ______ the weather forecasters. turn in the winter of being held apd tied. mince celery, fivehard boiled eggs, four Johann Marii rarina, but when we gc. the system uni\cf not a Jan Sold
    'COUNTY OFFICERS. The This of melted butter rubbed out to buy some, we may be 1 little perplexed escaping mfuNic. by"druirjrists
    r fact is probably not generally tutoring accustoms them to approach .' that there ,25 cents at the
    ain
    I County Judje-J. R. known that the mountains of Nevada without fright and to be caught with the yolks, and 'the whites mincedfine by finding are some Chemical DIPL'STMEDICAL

    .. Clerk ot Circuit Court Rcbard York. the salt sal in Louisiana, as readily. They should be broken to the ; mix thoroughly with one and a thirty or forty people of this name, al AssocLsTI0NBuffalO. N. Y.$500 .. .
    Sheriff H. W. wel for the sale
    Tar As-ec or-Epperson.N. C. Walnwllt as various other deposits of halter. We had more trouble from hal teaspoons of mustard ; salt and pep. of whom keep shops o '

    9al Collector-B. Bajnee. sodium in different parts of the world, neglecting one calf than it would have per to taste: moisten the whole with Cologne water. There are a great many ,

    c. SuperuIln4 utql1'! Dowln:. are almost absolutely pure chloride of so- taken to train several. This calf was chicken broth and I little \inegar. In descendants of the original inventor of \ REWARD
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    ; County C. B.Oiitmy the does :
    and law not
    this perfume,
    Commit n'oncrs! -L-Wllkovskl, O. 'V. Ire dium. It appears that of 22.28 per cent. born unexpectedly one day in the woods, absence of celery use cabbage. per.

    S K'nri y. M. K, Beaseley, John S. Andrewa and M of salt found in Great Salt Lake 20.1!) per it, and as is natural LYONAISE POTATOES.Put one pint of mit alyone to assume the name who Is by the

    , y bumb. C". i pure chloride of sodium;, and jet at such times the call was like a wild milk in a frying pan, add a piece of but- docs not be'ongto! the family; but the '"-. ., en ntlrcl manufacur- ROUG ITCH
    babies of the Farinas generally Itemctir, for a case of
    4;' CITY f streams running into the animal, timid and more nervous than if ter the size of a walnut, some salt and boy are :.; I Chronic Xal Catarrh which
    OFCXR of it had not been cared for its mother baptized .Johann Maria, so that they cango ., Skis Hi).
    .- tin vastly larger quantities by ac- pepper; let it hoi take a heated teaspoonful .: y.they cur Rout on Itch Ointment cures
    liLirahaiE.D.WaiLI Ma3or-T. A. Knight ot-- a ._ sme of the water being so cording to her instincts. The little of mix with a little into the Cologne water business when SYMPTOMS OF mors,PimnIeS,Flesh Worms.FeeChiIblalDt.Ivy BaW '" .

    I 'I'rk-It.. L: Sparkmn ,. f fd:with nitrates and sul- thing was taught to drink and kept with cold milk an cor-fou.the milk in a frying they grow up. There are two or three headache. (,bstr'cton..ATARUI.Dul.heavy ter.Salt}'oiaon.KIeUmFtO5tod Uarber'4 Kch,Hc&U Head *S*' i V50c.

    '' '* Aseflor-Li Wal.'JreAI'rerU. ." "; :*"id potash as to be unfit the other calves, and got along very well pan. Keep< stirring< all the time; have shoiis where the best and "original discharges eometities profuse from thn, watery head, Druggista. Ls4yu.s.JerWY dty,M J.ROUGHiPJLES.
    .
    HonC. In'the lake all the till it was turned out to in the is sold and at one of we fMsgs throat
    ,: -ft grass ready six or seven good sized potatoes, water other.thjcfc.tenacious, mucous
    - Aldermen! y-. Wili.! ,f. t- 'Ito '\ ffifr ppcared. In the spring, when it seemed to go back to a peeled and cut into thin slices; put them of the celebrated perfume, gen. purlnt bloody putrid: the ejis ae
    Towcil,J. .Airarea, D. 1 '- sold travelers in small wooden and Inflat-u-d; there is ringingin
    O. to
    Alrarca emily
    wild and and
    ? from state tear aroundat
    must run
    1 limed and
    ! : w wou1 into the pan with a little parsley an : the haikinjr or coujrhlngr to
    dfafnel8
    :' : --- -. -: .t ;" 'their wav into the approach any person. All the onion chopped small; cover them with boxes containing four or six bottles, clear ear Of Dffi-nsUe Cures

    M.-i: LAST month fifty yonhljJ4t&Y .ntities, and, in rec other calves handled< winter were gentle a plate and let them stew gradually for "hic.I we get at a very reasonable priccompared matter, together with s(1ll from ulrers; the tug,bleeding,Internal or other. Internal and -
    voice is changed and hf"a nasal twang; the SLITS CUO
    with what have fo external rvmed5 in each package.
    1t -1 left of them, it has and easily approached; this one had beenneglected. fifteen minutes. Send to table in a covered we to pay breath to offensive; snv-ll and taste: are impaired Druggiati ormalL E S.We1LsJerse1Y- "
    50c.
    women Englanddia chloride of sodi- *'" dish. it in America. We cannot take much ; there is a sensation of diLzinees. with

    Y1. tit engage .in. !-. d ,--'. and exercised the It was caught at last and tied in ,the JELLY.-Hub the quince witha more than this, because Cologne wlter i ert mentl depre6lon.. Only a a hacking few of the cough abovenamedsymptoms and gen ROUGHoRBlLE PlLL u.25c.' "

    U- They ?do' -a and drivingnake's dooryard, where i hooked and struck cloth QUINCE smooth cut in classed as spirits by the are likely to Ijf present in any one Active hut mild! Cathartic. Small Granule. -i

    ti o' eath.r out with all its strength, jumped and unt perfectly authorities in England and each traveler case. Thousnds of cay' annualy. without !liai For Sick Headache BiHous
    Army -
    small in kettle
    : pack tight a pouron manifesting of the result -
    <= rushed arowid if mad is allowed to small Liver _
    as bring only a quantity
    : ; some people ; in awl end in the
    consumption.
    grave.
    .f Mr. cold water until level with the fruit
    Tucker _
    '
    :! 'ho".f' tEbught it was. An old farmer said of it into that conntr.-St. Nicholas. No disease 1 so cnmmou, more(ilecepth and I Complete

    an important .' Bite. calves,. born nnd then hid by their mothersArere boil very soft ; make a three-cornered dangeroullr Iesa.underood by iciens. ROUGHCATARRH cure WOTS$ ,-
    i- pos j' flannel bag, in fruit and hang to Good hard Worker I ac''I healing
    ; pour up for 8othinl. propcrh' casriTnequsJed for Catarrbalthro$
    4 /five-year-oia always wild could do I chronic
    ice in thit ]f unjaub, IMqu'slied ; ; never any- Dr. Sage's *'il Iv cures AK
    :1
    : Catrh wont odor
    drain th
    and
    offensive
    7fc
    claimed breath
    occasionally pressing on top It is fully and pretty well the affections, foul
    with them. sustine of
    at He seemed
    .ures to be right eotd "
    ? : in ting that hard eRS catarrhl. Catarrh. We. DrnfgisM.
    : order to raii sides to make the juice run more freely, worker can Corjrza 11 Headache.Sold I for "Bough on
    p this calf was concerned, notwithstanding twice us save themselves from illness
    ''t the grand army of Gen. : :a all attempts to tame it. At lastcme taking care not to press hardenough and loss of time i they take eight cents'worth by druggist everwhcre; 5 cent. I ROUGHTOOTHACHEre.l3SffDOR

    j ;b spent some time i England ,* the idea of making it gentle by to expel the pulp. Thereis Nerve per day Plant of now extract creating of so the much Moxie dls.cusslon. "Untold Agony from Ctarb." I
    i much need Fo
    r the young soldiers he was to, i '{ :putting it with two young bulls that not so of pressing a bag dea'ers: say its sale is the largest Prof.W. HACSNER thQ famous mesmerst! ROUGHCOHN ir
    made in this shape, as the weight of the ever known. If a nervous woman gets hold 01 of N. Y., t &
    the banks of the Hi'e'h. Were models of docility, and let it learn bottle she the whole I Ith" untold I.ar
    it : Gages fruit in thHarger causes the a gets neighborhood to agony from chronic nasal
    part juiceto
    ". rnae-aIId, .by example and this plan had the desired talking about it, and a woman's curiosity has catarrh. My family pb>*?clan gain me up as
    !
    f .- tanght them the rudiments of 0 result. It is an plan to catch flow freely at the point. To a pintof to be gratified i i costs the price of a bonnet. incurble and said I murt die. My case was EXHAUSTED VITALITY

    2' .. the of iOjflesb excel ; juice add a pint of sugar and boil fifteen one that every day, towards Hunsct -
    languages 1. 1 .. and hold a little lift it from the Loris BoTDE ,who recently died at Worces voice would become I could

    ; ;: with tho kinds of clothing worn by Ifround. A few such lessons will cause minutes, or until it is jelly; pour ter blind, Mass.for eighteen, at the age of ,eighty-five and in that, ben barely my speak above a whie;>cr.8 DOar morning A Great Medical' Wore for Young
    : into tumblers, or bowls, and finish according year coughing and of throat would
    ii it to when i my my
    accustomed them yield caught after it I had clearin"
    natives the or Renstof touch developed in a
    and confne.l mareloU almost strangle use of Ur.8ngc'sCatrrh
    t brier but oottritinned to general directions. quinces He could tell the and Middle-Aged Men.
    to swell manner.
    ., larger. A bit of kind I I a In three months. I was a well
    sort of food they will eat there. get
    I. They are scarce the and bill by feeling it. and he planted, weeded and Hemey. *'
    parings cores ol
    .
    and
    : *
    awlerings' intense also has bee;)
    ... the-bpya were make a lz' ? gentle, and this is eared for his large garden _entirely by cur prnuw<
    '. C .- "witl! appear in the district to which the u twiuapparent that he especially desirabifPh buck, which quinces with good tart apples, boiled and himsel.1.lfe "

    they are assigned native costume had been bitten'by kei4isd a strained above, make excellent jelly, in the Paris !'ewpr.is "Constantly Ilawrkiug and SpUUn-
    some poisonoussnake should be br a
    i and to be ted.;
    and the possible for a short time to the rbut.but THOMAS J. Rcsnix, E 'l.. !00: Pine Street
    Bpeakins the language of the people, and that the supposed brier was and the time to do it is when young and quinces are saved for preserves. the majority of refined pron prefer St. Loui.1.. JI1 writes: "1 w as a great sufferer LIfE
    one of its fangs that had buried itself in immldialt death to their reeking from catarrh for threi yeas s. At times I could $
    .. living in.al respects as they do the wound and been from the suckling. atmosphere. How much more revolting to be hardly breathe, and \ 8"onstantly hawkingand
    : pulled How Corn is Canned. in unto !self 1 Itriny ttiifr. Hut this i actually spitting1 and for thE last eight months
    ,; They abstain from meat kill !
    I j wi no snake's jaw. tliecase with those in whom the inactivity of could not breathe through. the nostJ I KNOW THYSELF.
    ; .. animals, birds, or creeping live Mrs. Putnam called her husband, who Farm and Garden Notes. The canned corn offered for sale in the liver drives the refuse muter of the body thought nothing coul\ be(June for me. Luck-
    thg stores is in tin to escape through the lungs the pores i131 was to try Dr. Catarrh by the PEABODY LhlETfl'
    brath
    preserved those
    Be ad'isr
    by
    " 0:rice and vegetables, wear hat or was at work near the house, and alarmed sure not to crowd your fowls. cans kidneys and bladder. It is astonishing that Remedy now a veil ale'l. I believe Prnr.loilED $ No. HnllflnrliRoMon. te.
    : other members of the family. A live Lawns be mowed oftener as the who make a business of it. The cans life remains in such a dwelling. Dr. Pierces it t IK the only sure rem *'ly for catarrh nowmanufacture .Via... U.M. il. I'ARKFK, MConflultlnff -

    -w bonnets, aud dwell in bamboo buts I chicken was cut in two and the warm days become may cooler. have an opening at one end closed by a Jolden to Medical the Disover' restores normalpIrity and ono biwt only to give It a old. It treat Physician nrtonN T Mere o
    .i c They will not associate with the English which fits into a Great the whole be prene at.undg n'sult anda Premature Decline. Eih.nmtert VitalIty.
    flesh the cap groove.
    to wound.
    applied Whisky was Gather fruit with The ing. _ _ permanent cur Vl nr anti Impnrltio of the Eloo-1. and the untO4
    will c're. slightest care is taken to select the best kind of Contain ""> pali
    ' and not use their language. given to the boy in large quantities, anda Is London, with all its mUerle ronin-juent thrrpon.
    bruise Interests
    tends to cause decay.A. numerous Three Bottle Curs Catarrh. oubMantl.ilrmlHW 4 biR'Hn full (rtlt Warrztef
    As far us they will adopt all messenger dispatched for a doctor. A I corn, to gather it at the right time, and with nearly 5,0(01 inhabitants and nearly thf heat popular me r possible member of the family went to the J. Cook always aims to prepare to tan it immediately after it is gathered.It TOO.nui) ) houses, no delivery of letters on EL ROBBIVS, Itunuan /'. O., Columbia! Co.. EnTll,h l\neiiHgP. Price only $1 by mall pYIPS1t
    It tbe manners and customs of the country spot bees for winter I the Xibb.ith. The same thing may said of ra.says: "My daughter catarrh when and rontTaled In a plain wrapper ftitnplefrrr .
    as soon after the first should four b
    where the boy said he had felt the sharp Sep- never remain over hours more than 4,000( country districts Great she was five years old veer badly. I saw Ur.agc's If you send nnvr Ad.lres*ac.ave.Vume

    that are not inconsistent with the sting and found a rattlesnake coiled near tember frost as possible.The I canning.The corn is cut from Britain. -- Catarrh Hemet a'lvertiswl, and procured tht paiifr. '

    1 practice of Christianity. Mr. Tucker The snake was killed, and bones of a well-bred, high-fed the cobs with a curved knife made for the "Her face so fair a flesh-- -it-seemed-- not, helped a her bottle: a third arson saw that it W. L. DOUGLAS-

    : states that most of the people of India one of its fangs was found to be missing, hog are said to represent only one- purpose, taking care not to cut too closet Clear Hut heavenly portrait of bright angel's hue font cure. She is Ilt eigecl EIetd years a pmlB

    i object to Christianity- "because it is which left no doubt of the nature of thel)0yS twentieth of its gross weight.A I the cob. The cobs are boiled in Through a the goodly sky mixture without of a blame complexion or blot.due sound and hearty." SHOE. I

    injury. The snake was cut open mulch of green grass or an'cheap water, just enough to cover them, for an And in her cheeks the"ermel red did show." $3 C nEstS
    English.I was intnxluced into the hour. The cans, with the soldered This is the poet's of a woman
    I and laid the covers descripton
    on wound in the boy's foot, material is very beneficial to potatoes whose pins:tal system sound The only 83 SEAMLESS
    country by the; people who conquered which had swollen to more than doubleits during dry and hot weather.As on, are filled with corn through the and healthy Mate, with wa ever function acting Shoe in the world.
    1 opening the cappressing it in hard but pioperly. and i is the condition of its Fluent Calf, perfect fit. and
    them and 4o regard themselves a natural size. The sufferings of the one has said there fair warranted. I'ongn *.Button I
    a forcibly are soils pinions produced Dr. Pierce's"Fa'orile
    leaving a about a fourth of inchat by and Lace. all styles top. As to
    boy were so that he could space an c
    superior cad. Many of the natives great scarcely adapted to each breed of sheep. The lrrserilinn. Any druggist. stjllMi and durable as *
    be ]held down the top to allow for expansion. A. Pw.
    in the
    B.
    bed by two men. smaller Te THE those eotIn55; or $
    tribes of population Great +
    Britain
    look upon missionaries they do wool-producers thriveon increas L. IiGLAS )
    a The doctor liquor obtained by boiling the JGUNS *
    arrived and cauterized the high thin lands. ing at the rate of II n day. $2.ao SHOK excels
    upon the odicers in the English I added, sufficient to cover the in the the > "
    army wound, but said it was too late and that corn $- Sti f* adiertlseij fllb'
    According to Peter Henderson the : : and not of the For weak lungs, spitting of blood shortness BAIT HAMMERtESS. 13AIT THREE 3ARRU. by other
    kin 1
    nnd the oflicials in the civil service. the boy would die. cans i sweetest a of breath consumption, night-sweats and all MANHATTAN HAMMERtESS. INErEB! IREECH LOADERS flrrus.
    The had extended hybrid tea roses are hardy in most of theNorthern teaspoonful of white sugar is added. lingering Pierre's Jolden Medical Send for
    ? There is a deep and wide gulf between swelling up the leg e01 hs.1r. Catalogue nf Specialties.
    to his waist, and the leg he(- me States, if protected around the The next step is to solder on the capq.i Iis-nvery"liver is n \ remedy fcupenortoowl BCIIOVKKLI.0. De I.Y t GALES nMi
    11t them. Mr. Tucker and those who accompany spotted. roots with leaves the nil B- druggists. 84 and 88 pkM
    Antidotes prescribed by the during winter. i each of which has in its center a Chambers Sroet. New Turk- ,mpro**>iii n i
    him will and convince docor were It stated that Californian hole called the smal Iv the city of Akron, Ohio, ( matchesare Boys all wear the-W. I..IJOUC.tAS as SHOK.If .
    try I administered, but the whisky treatment is a has discovered -: pricked, vent. made daily.I 6XXXX One Agent(Merchant only) war-ted In every town for Tour dealer*s ni.t kif|.thorn..end-T*> .r BamejJpoital

    them that they are pleased with their was also adhered to. The bey's. body in corn cobs, dried and groundfine i caps are soldered on, and the vent still In every community there are number omen to W. L. DOUGLAS. IJrockton.flal.

    ways their language, their dress, and ', turned black, but after three days of the an excellent pwdcr in which to open, the caps are "processed." A kettle hose whole time is not occupied a such as

    p of living. most terrible agony the swelling began pack fruit, and has applied for a patent. or \atis provided, containing water, teachers ministers! farmers' sons, and others.

    manner I I to go down, and in a week the victimwas Seeds of all kinds shoul be fully ripe in which the cans may be boiled for the Totheso wish to ca''eR st'eral especially hundred we would dollars say i rOl My sal.r ,. flROPSYtTREATED
    > -
    . bU3f rernfrKable revelations have able to get about. In a month's when gathered ; suggests cor- required time. The cans of corn are the next few months, write at once t durinJ. .. ar re'nl Ia-t y nr (I'i'j.01) '',ji.iiP' O.1'ln.t'tcl This yiarltxrt -

    recently been made concerning the volunteer -1 time al the effects of the poison seemedto respondent of the American Agrieultui 1 boiled for two hours, when they are .will John show!' &you Co.how, of Rihmond. Va., they> |J.t tost-llat I lean. I .5J.iM I'ROWITT, 'iht D?.uJ.I Justly t.jxipularbrandCius. Dtl\'r.Co Have tr-atcd Dropsy and It FREE.* toropllcatlo*

    fire department at Plainfield, N. disappeared, and the boy was as it ,--lso important to harvest them as taken out, one at a time, with tongs madei 'ROT AL GLCE'mends i. A.Mrew! K. \V. TAN:( Jk ('0., ('1 i..1 I 9.an" with most wondirful nucc-e-s; nsevef, ta J Jreinellcs.
    for the down anything! Broken Chi. 'T entirely harm erfl ve *J
    & set with
    i well sor1 i purpose, a shock .
    J. that as ever. they are ripe.lp na.Glass Wood. Free Vials at Drugs & Ore C'ure patleWlronoiimed
    .. a its symptoms of l>rop 4$. .. I aplcat numbr d On August 2fl, 1S*<4, he was seized .I' ;: .a watcr' made pretty strong,and on the soldering table, to remove any ---- '--- GUNS, honlcH4by the utst Di> ician anSI'. m*'*tee?
    engaged an incendiary with a sharp pain in his foot which began ed corn that may stop the ent. The headof RIFLES Arsttos-symptlm4. rapidly dliijlpear. are *
    through the hennery over REVOLV, S day at i at two-third- all ii mptoni*
    I conspiracy that has been in working to and in a short time his leg the !-yches, purifies the air anc the can is wiped with a cold, wet Tired All Over SPORTING GOODS """I r moved. Some n ay cry humbiiic witnoul knoU5 notniMtonalUe
    swel anything about It. Iteemer it mate you
    -*-. : order for the past year. The num and were swollen t double their disease among poultry preveimjr and cloth, and the vent closed with a drop of I the expression a lady used In describing her eondl wry twn rrnt low prlctfl 8t mp.n for ReIIabIojoods. !Iha'ral.d nd- toe iierlt i>f oir lr..ntint for ynurwu.We .
    solder. The I'*t lorn In tie Iage are constantly curing 4a'.es of long aandlflt rn
    cans then returned tlon before
    and fires size, and became spotted as they had on absorbs all bad smells. are to using Ho' SpuUa This prepara tra. thnt ) bef-n I numlx-ruf im's aM
    I berous recurring in that town 07Z2BA73B .. M 267 t.t. raws ivn i.tppu a
    the day the boy was by the snake. the vat, and boiled for four .- ton U wonderfully adapted for weakened or low C! r' Irawal, the patient dec'ared uniPo: to Uve a week. Gli

    L Jhat have disturbed underwriters it He experienced the same biten symptoms, and The Rural World says a fair crop of American Ayricilturist.lriigging state of the s7 tm I quickly tones to*whole body. .-11..trt,4.i..n)4r.-- afflicted full history etc.of ca-e S-nd nam for fre--. agq.pamphlet wx. contalnlafteitlmonlaU how loaf

    .eems "were started for fun the English turnips can be raised in cornfield give purity and vitality t the blood, and dears and ami I.lrm'o'el: mpnI'aJ Ten diyV trratnirnt fornlihed fiw
    I 4 main suffered for three days almost as much I SALESMAN ,
    without detriment to the latter p freshens the mud Take 1 now you tel "tired .I.J2.per tin' !" by mail. If you orIi\tf trial you mist return tnUa*
    k bject being the treat of lager beer and agony as he had the year before. When The variety known farmers Criminals. all over." i ",.ri. Is... .rtlt- it4I1.t: (til the In l'.ml"e\er) "family SVOMliuriclur vertNeuient. to u-t wltli Hicrntxln stamp to Wpostage.
    among as the l-pilep(Fits) po-itivlycurel
    ; free lunch furnished the firemen at the the swelling again went down the pain flat turnip is recommended. .Feeling languid and dlny. having no appetiteand fur a, reliable pr..tei-tItii ami from- I.urk a'H and sneak thi.vNcat ,-. II. n. iithK\.: : & s.lN$. 1 )$ .
    < lii.ipJinple by .. s.i'
    subsided and the A Paris communication no ambition I took nmll.jKi.il Crntral & -j.V< fnni.1S1OOO
    symptoms disappeared. that the
    .
    : : hands of the says t worl Ho' Spla note fl'ii I. AiMresn I. Comr>i'ii S-ns Mfr f<>
    generous citizens whose Regularly on August 29 every year Bitter milk may be caused by foods study hjpnotism "has bccOi1 passion w't tbe best a health fn1ratr al -10 Vey stn ct. New York. S-n I for t Imilara. fleward.

    -11, property had been saved. I is strange since the same symptoms have appeared, which impart their flavors, by not thor- among medical men, who it medicine for general debility I think t superior t .*,. r( 1LI4tTroubles.. SeW'
    say
    may
    It :i what men will do t obtain beverages on the authority of a well-known citizen hot oughly cleansing the milk vessels with greatly help leg.il procedure, inasmuch a anything N.B.-Be else sure."-A.t get A.RE the Peculiar Albany medicine.St.,UUca, N.T. FRAZER AXLE 5CaMfl54C soda that flebllll.BOINqrveHIti.r.talcure

    1w 1 at somebody else's expense. A dozen of Tioga County. and their recurrence this water, by milking too near the timeofcalving by sendiiij; criminals to sleep and dragging Hood's Mental or PhysiCal SUCI.. 1l.rbM'0"sa cv

    i ; ringleaders this year was marked by more thin usual pain or by the cow's poor state of their secret from them while under Sarsaparilla BEST TV THE \VORLl GREASE s. lllh Si..ihtia4.lph's.ft. 5114 by alt DTSW'

    i unique conspiracy of and swelling the spots on the leg and health. i hjpnotic influence there would be little Sold by all dru iht $1; six for $3. Prepared only IOct the Genii'nc. FoM Everywhere.Pensions 5 Great English Goutini

    arson are now tahind the bars, and will body strikingly resembling that of a rattle One hundred dollars' worth of cheese fear of Judges condemning the innocentfor by C.I.HOOD a CO.. Apothecaries,Lowell,Mas ri.uw: "I"Y 1.t.l'ie..- Blair S Pills. Rheumatic Kemid

    : f probably continue t do eating and nake.--New York l'me. the takes from the taken farm less than oneseenth the guilty. A tlef) in the hospital! IOO_ Doses One Dollar P EN SION_ S dress Gro.r.'1 leI'lt.II.II.WashlnKt'n.tf Sn.v.'t ,.. Ural o<.ai > round, 1-Hill*.

    drinking a the public expense for some fertility by $100 worth of was found out in thl1 way I hy Dr. Marie, !Soldiers-ft-Heirs--Send---- HERBRAND FIFTH WHEEL.Lateetnuggl i crriae111fOVeIiitUL

    grain, whie $100 worth of butter, if the for Dr. Charcot's assistant. A GREAT OFFER for ircuIr. COL. L. lU"J <>..
    time, but i a more frugal fashion. The population of the German Empire skim is fed many years 1'rs ILUr. Aty. Waabtnroon. D c. I IlbKIIIC\M? > I
    the -
    on farm takes -----
    The subject refused at tirst to tell where I.carnheT1d
    amounted, on December 1, 13S5, to 4C-, We call attention of our lady readPretothe .
    ANOTHER curious phenomenon the nothing at all. the stolen \Iorpbine 1DIdt Cured in 1O I TELEGRAPHY StuatWnS
    IADOME PftEx.fcNT
    object concealed.
    ws i 100,999 persons. The agricultural was Aftera OPIUM 10 2Ucla'A'oo pay till eure-il. *BroL.JareiviUeWl.
    . :, shape of a plague of ants is reported : ulation of the German Empire amountedto pop An experienced forester says trees little diplomacy kowcver, on the partof thim that Bv special Is being arrangement prepared with for .Ur._.fatepptna.Lebanon,Ohh>. Byretnrnmail. Fall DenerlptlMxdT'

    \., I from Nancy. IThe{ insects were immense -' 19. 2j,455. Industry, mines and the should be trimmed in the earlv spring. the young doctor, who told the sleeping IEJORET' Family MONTHLY, PALM*' HuMness ('oilgelala.i. sit':;, FREE Niw Tailor !*y.t* SC **.0?
    Magazines .CmcinaaQ.Obtained.
    Nature then sends the he the -. UrpallAt rol h..d. Lite Scii44'.r.ttitp. S 10. \\rtlO ; _____t giltsg. JIOODY 4 CO... -. -a
    . 't in size, eome having wings, but building trades, are occupying 16,058,080 sap to heal the girl was young man from ft will print In our next Issue an ---- -- -------------------
    ; wounds. The and whom the card had >Ri>ER entitling .every one of ourcarters C f. *3 :day. Sampl** amD
    leafage fruitage case been taken and worth |1 jn. FREE Sendventors'
    'J ; commerce, traffic and may : to a of this
    " persons pattern han.l'nu '
    the innkeep- not under the iJiHAN.
    majority vingless. fell 9 al !ilnes *t- Writ" PATENTS Guide. L.
    They i suffer and keep this not to fear telling him where it !Jacket (rtrel. Look out for It. HP W Brewster nA.ieC '
    such ing, 4,531,080: ; servants number 93S,- up healing process, was, she T for it Is While DEM Safety Rein '< _Dolly Ml-h P tnt AttoTne!. WiatiluStOn.D.C-
    - : large numbers that the inhabitants 294; the liberal professions, 2,252,98.- too, all summer long if needed. gave the detailed account of having "RF-Y'j is not 2 celt. Magaz neninrxuppooplt

    $ : thought they were having a rep, and prisoners poor, etc., 2,246,222 per Fields of stubble, says an exchange, stolen it, and told where the card case 'afihlon Dparment to be like becauseUK all ttsother | |%> ISWWI

    i3 tition cf one ot the plagues of :I sons. Through the ceusus of 1883 in thecounted when a crop of weeds is going to seed, was to be found. Dr. Marie immediately h Don't,' subscribe Jret. !

    - I i supposed that the rain of insectswas I e ire. 2.22 v may be bene8 -flowing now andsowing.aruips went to the pot indicated where, sure for next year before sending masailne for SUtA If F HWaterprooiGoaPlVbR :

    "'uld to the enough, the stolen article was found. this )'Rtfm. for the pattern's the forerunner the violent storm I tU I keep soi shaded, .n.flo.. ( tun Informatloi. I ErerHftlj
    ,1S. IJrduOa gj and if the roots are not -- abV.tvEIOUEHT" >fOVyurY "hlch I* .
    which swept pver Nancy ol _, harvestn.r.Ie Juhl-hf by W. JEN-.NlfACJS* IlEMOKE-T. PWdrzoorsndwIil
    on the exi. the ".3..vYrmllllolT on a aruibeeO&t TISU
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    day. -. J fe.'. C "- qf sheep or calves eat on. An enormous oil field has. been. discovered 1-11:lreet, New York. atOlUtslvt.sn4 isis keep yet city lit tii bardei$ PtOT
    ,yI 1 ground this fall. in Venezuela. worth *M> per ID. Petal's Iy *.,r UIS'PISII >n j Yto
    GOLD wo I f but is sold a 35c. a box b Salve dialers.u n t _rt tf..et A. TOWP4F1mmn1IC I. oi IC

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