Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1888
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00169
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Zw. nnjls m.f 6 m. i: m.JO I The roses bloom In the garden; barrenness and a wheat-field in place j I I ..

ca-I iw. I' pRo JAMES CIIACE,. The bee comes wooing the flowers; of a stone-quarry II| -As well might we expect vegetationto A Modern English Craze. Described by I There is a couple in Wilkes S
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song-bird pipes to his nest-mate But to get back from this little digression i spring from the earth without sun- County Georgia, who have been married S
TO'' U 0SI: 00 17 00 0.1are"j Through all the London Paper. j S
I golden hours.
'I 2W ar: 4fl HO. l.t 0.1tsoo) 20 10 SURGEON DENTIST The breeze is freighted with to the question of growingold shine or the dew as the Christian to about forty years,and during that
. We had quie$ fit of it '
I 04. really got a ;
$ <> 70", 80 130.) : 45'Iare4. I From forer.t. and field, and lea; under protest. Do women unfold his graces and advance in his!! time the wife has never asked the .
] 0j 10 00 1- Oil IK
\uaic, JO'tjoijl Ii oJ :.'0 (0 I Ul p 5000 8HOjitirg ) __< ardent 'er.-.1bbott.
line for the hrst an,1 firs ccnttnh Sowhatlsitalttome: ? forced upon them by too intense living pra cents. *
ents ft OBoe at residence financial In America S .
eat of panics were on
Kentucky HOBMJ.
ul. qucnt Inaertwa.rial ) : ? We pour life too full and wear -We need to watch our tendencies. -Residents of Ashland. Wia.. are
--- The bluebird rocks in the lately it was then that w-3 read so
tree ;
rate for Has! a-lvcrtisenienU uponionftttlieo.l Free as the summer air out the measure. A quart pot will not They may be leading us in right directions and somewhat worked up over the cavingin
; about the fearful
===:=o. I ,. 0. 11AYNES, Swings and sways and warbles. hold three pints neither will forty but also in wrong ones, and we the many absolute pars ruin suffered by the Richest of several acres of earth. It has ,

.is(Un'TIOX H A ris.j Memories With never never a flutter haunt of him care; years hold the concerns of seventy. should therefore be careful to know Man in America; and we read about settled four feet and in tho opening -

-_. More than two-thirds of the whither we are moving. Are we drawing poles have been run down twenty feet-
No thought of the average
morrow has he these until had
: ; things quite
j .... .II 00 E.tVrz-JS-r: : But the guarded wall, woman's time is in nearer God and dwelling in the love we grown If is believed there is an undergroundlake. .

b: :. ..,..........'...' ..,...... 50 Like a somber pall, her sewing or in spent preparing worry food.over As with which he surrounds us?-United absorbed by the subject. i ,

' I ir.ust bf. pall variably In Office Jonc.-' O'ershadows it all forme. We felt a craving-a yearning a
disci Iminati'm in favorof any- oTer Brick Block. though our backs and our stomachswere I Presbyterian. gnawing-to see and touch and speak -r-At St. Augustine Fla., the work-

I I sit in the glowing twilight.And the immortal part of us! What -Christian self-denial and sacrifice' men in excavating at the corner of ..
with the Richest Man in America to
S upon all mailers of local gaze on the evening sky, would think of are not tests of character discovered
GEO. 1UISDEN On the glorious you a gardener who arbitrary ; King and Cordova streets
from all arisof the sunset banners stare at his silver statue and his carpets -
S t | counly. That athwart the hill-tops fly, should give no thought or time to any they are not a tax levied upon our af'ection interwoven with threads of gold the coquina foundation of an old fortification -

Painter Till the diamond eyes of Heaven thing but the pots his slips were ( and devotion for the Master; that once stood at this point
; .r SO 11 'l'lES. and Paper Hanger Look down on the bond and free and we took passage for JJew York in
; rooted in? Or of they are and of the the
But I see the stars a musician who part parcel great the Brixtonia. commanding the bridge across

S : : No. 42. F. and_ A. 91. STARKE FLA. Through the prison bars- should spend all his time polishing his economy of redemption through which As we landed on the quay an excited: Maria Sanchez.A .
Do what is it all to me? violin and the of Christ attain their final S
the bow sufferings
; third Faturdajrln never once sweep bystander took us by the button hole child of Cincinnati, agod three

[ i- w. KI.KI.ITKU, w. M. ALL \VO1IK GUA1IANTKUD. Ah! the flowers have lost their perfume across the strings until the air is full completion. 11. Griffith. and drew us feverishly aside. "See years stood on tip-toe under a hydrant %

(; f. :.Secretary. The summer breezes are chill. of nightingales and heaven? -The
"i i ?? The bees language of the Bible grows that homely-looking mar. way along in the yard, and attempted to suck <,"
are naught but
: [ ;: .NO. 10, i. o. o. I'. BUGG & 'WILLS And harsh the song-bird's gluttons.thrill; Take one-quarter the time my dear more harmoniously luminous with the there passinT under the elevator water from the !spout putting his

For the mighty voice of Nature, that you devote to fussing over the growing light, when its words are read stranger?" ho whispered hurriedly, and mcuth close against it. In some unac-
Fridiiy nl lat at lid I Follow f
or Earth. or Heaven or Sea cut and make of your various suits and interpreted simply as words still countable ho was held there by
iToibt-m' formally: \ invite u ,at Have naught of cheer with ill-suppressed emotion; "wall way (

. L. (.'. lirM>.N,'blo Gr nd. Attorneys Law, For the convict's ear- tearing around after bargains (as living; they are found to give the then, you see the richest man in Amer- suction and an hour later was found $ '

S J. OV i[.i.<, Vice Grand. What-what are they all to me? though the saving of two cent.. In a spiritual message which each age requires ica! Came over twelve yeitrs since from hanging dead, with his face black and

fcci e'.ary. *;ox4L STARKE, 'FLA. -Inntatt of Sing Sing.I'rlton S-. in JV.Y.IndtpeuientGROWING yard would compensate you for t'io tho one message made audibleto down Kansas way whar ho was ruiscdjhadn't ; blue. i

S will wear and tear of the beautiful fabricof each hearer in the language wherein -A fisherman in Stewart County jj
or Keel M -11. prRotlc? In al1 the Courte In the Fourth OLD. a nickel; struck in a notion fora

>Order n. J.'}'I.UIIWA.-l'ounci' and Firth Judicial Clrcult. life!) icing cakes, or preparing he was born.-Canon Wcstcott.Attachment corner in baked beans, and raked inlooooooo Georgia, pulled out his line from tho

, : (h M'edneslay'a Sleep nt theft fancy dishes and devote it to recrea- to Jesus Christ, im $ in nine weftks. and cats water the other day and found two fish

FIlL j ROBERT KEITH The Overland Journey From Jfouth tion or a walk in the woods, and at planted in a human soul by the Holy terrapin tarts fried in humming birds' on it. A large fish was caught in the

: (' cortllnlly invited to at. to Declining Years.The forty you won't look like a lost leaf of Spirit is the groundwork, and the only fat to every meal!" regular way. and a little way abovewas

J. N. JONES, Sachem. Pharaoh's parchment. Nature never possible groundwork of a beautiful and We had found him,then! Breathless a small fish with the line running

Cnlof(It la corda. Attorney at Law intended that we should live as we do. effective Christian character. The with excitement we followed him along lengthwise through it. No one can i

of .reiiperaee. Dread of Did Age-The Preparation If she had meant that we should eat deeper this love the deeper the piety. the quay and streets, observing him at. account for the fish being on the line

Monday. nIght In Temperance- NecesHary to Secure a Happy Pasgage puff-paste she would have grown it The stronger this love the greater will tentively. He had a w
WM. MEACHAM. W. P. STARKE, FLA.. Through the Devastation of on some of her trees; if she had in- be the readiness to make costly one button off the back olj his coat a -An excellent rule of health given

ruffle and distort twenty-five yards of -Good is essential factorIn your place of business. Attend to
. Temperance Meeting.iry L. B. RHODES temper an and !L gray felt hat wilh a green
goods to make a dress she never success in almost department ol lie entered dining saloon work in the usual way. resisting eveyr : '\
any a
Sunday .at 2 p.m., at Temperance 'I would go on my hands and knees
from hero to would have started us out with a life. A superintendent who loses his and we eagerly took a .scat oppositehim inclination you may have to give way f
Jerusalem said
Attorney at LawLAKE me not a womanto fig-leaf. The first thing she did temper in his school becomes himself at ; he had one wall eye and one blood- to indolence. Walk home. Never [
long since to be
"only with man, and woman, too was oiind the weather; a little rain will not i
C1IUUU1I DIIE12CTO11Y.TANBRl again.11 I looked once the worst element of disorder and shot one, seven front teeth: cut and a
young at her worn to turn them loose in with hurt and heat will not af- '
TANBRl: T1MK.' and faded face a garden confusion which he is trying to reducc. black and yellow necktie. : you summer

BUTLER, FLA affectation, powdered 01 and rougedin the birds. The wily inventions of the And a teacher who grows cross when Presently he engaged 'our attention feet you when you have done it long

('hlirdi.rices youth's peerless devil finally stranded these free chil- enough to do you good." j
bloom her his class is disposed to be unruly lias by excitedly kicking us under the ta-
at tired
; and the wrin-
nt 10::SO; H m. and at 7 p.m. eyes dren of Nature in fpurteen-room fur lost his last chance to control the ble. : -Bean curd is used extensively as ,

lycr n-cetjiur; en'ry"cinc! day at 6 p.m A. L. SCOTT M.D., kles that lurked at their corners; ather nace-heated houses, with servants ,to turbulence.-Westminster Teacher. "See that stout man coasting around food. The preparation is simple and

\v. G. PAl'miSON. Pa-tor dress, so inadequate to conceal *
the the low. The beans reduced
day Fc!ool meets Ovcry Sunday morn LATE FROdJCnIOA the ravages of time and wear patience and the thousandand -The human} race needs will have, the ice bucket?" he asked; breathlessly. cost are
involuntarilythe one non-essentials of domestic torment to flour which is boiled until it attains:
tIOO.: It. N. JIAMEttlCKSuj>t. I tears welled and must have a religion of some kind "Whaat? Well, you take it from me

S 1 Moi\ &u>. fcrrctarar.Prr J1uQln! hyai= n nQ hrgl D this sad phase of to my own eyes at to precipitate old age before its having its basis in some idea or ideasof that's Richest Man in Amurriker, bar the proper consistency. It is much S
humanity common to
time. A closer adherence to Nature'sprime relished by the Chinese, and possessesthe
God Started nine YC"lf-s
is assistant
There as
all. or gods. no danger none. ogo
l>vlcrfan ('Jmurh.vIccevery us For: let them deny it who laws as to diet and out-door liv- properties of nourishment to a i
that it will ever become a race of athe odd job hand to a toothpicks
Sunday at 10W: a.m.It. TERMS nF.nLK. may: nobody likes t6 grow old. We I ; It contains -
ing would fill the world in time with a largo degree. a large percentage
U. MATTICE. PI1 tor. talk ists. The human mind is naturally rter down: Five Points, and struck
Office at Gaskins' niy as wo choose of the years handsomer and hardier The of caseine, and it be ft
Drug a race. may
dar School every Sunday nt 10 a m. that the theistic. It is tho fool who says "Thereis twenty thousand million! dollars in
bring ripened fruit in place of needle is substitute for milk.A .
sort in good
L.C.HULLSupt.Clmrcli. a one-eyed dragon "
the blossom and of the no God. But few men ever become seven weeks, and eats gold dust: sauce

POWELL. 31.11.) which Tar autumnal glory the household more formidable in the such fools and it is doubtful whether with his truffled ostrichevery: breakfast visitor from Manchester England -
surpasses the crude loveliness is astonish ed at the
long run'than the monster St. George !" S high average ,
'1t'lllodl.t : successful. The
they are completely -
of May, but there is no womanly maintained in social circle in S
finished No
icei every Satbnih at JOa.m.: anilkm. After an experience of twenty years In the so handsomely. wonder Independent.There We had found him, then! We burst; every

t Fundsy &hocil every Sunday a: l-racticR oT his (pre les-ion. has no hesitancy woman amongst us all who loves to that tho mother of a large family grows is away from the dining salf,:onand rushed tho United States. He is reported to
no object inviting thought
J. Thalia iich&rd.: Suj>erinicndeiit n promi-injr the Litest unl: 1I10-t scientific exchange the bloom-time of her years old before her time in seeking to meet after tho indicated. He had lost say: "The working classes-in whomI
and blessedas party .
prmei'tiny exeryTuesdav und 1l.i.urldaj treatment to tlio-o raking liis-ci\iccs. for the season of maturity, or to enter its voracious demands time and energy so important and so am most interested-aro morally,

)p.w. 1. W.IURLEV, 'lIIelor. Calls ro the cxtintry piomptly attended the November pathway that lies and skill. upon that which is entrusted to the servants both ears from frost-bite and had one ': mentally and materially in advance of

Diseases of fell1nJe- and children! a !specialty.Oll'cc patience of Jesus Christ in giving the gospel shoulder four inches higher than the I|
through the woodland of life.
: Di' Store Ease a little, then, who dreadto the similar classes in any Europeai' |
i't City u lirUtlan Church. ..enco, EastStarke.F. Looked upon from the material side grow old too fast upon merely men !; country. Physical comfort is the primary i
He had threo j
with aot
and controlfor sacking. gone
to and combine .
Acts JIO-eG8-ll'eter 4:16. of it, our earthly pilgrimage is ready plan
something material achievements. Draw a black desire of the artisan; but he cannot I
when he turned suddenly in the
lUcoscacb I.ci0's -/a1/ nt 10:3): Lm. and like the overland tho secular ends and Christian men be
trip across line between what is to do live anywhere else so comfortablyas j
I.ol'd dny at 6:',,0 p.ln. : J. FIELD, Continent. }First the mountain necessary indifferent to such means and methods, utmost excitement and gripped. us by "
scenery in the United States.In
Iyer each 8:00 and what is mere vanity and vexationof j
meeting Wednesday nt p.m the
when the to be is arm.
(I. V- YOUNG, Pnstor. of the East with sparkling streams spirit. The gilding of gold and the object promoted none ,- a German chart, published in
[ "See that fence rail ofa: crittur with

I day School W. H. TAYLt'U.Hell Lard's Superintendent.dny at 1)::;11! a.m. jri i1 k{ M'I n'l Work 'n rl ltlnr and gleams emerald of fretful valleys fall, with and purple sudden and lily-painting practiced by good wives the i' world other ?than The the principle evangelization that "union of the is the respirator stannin by the fire places 1870 by keeping D Gleuns Sunday, a line and dividing Monday

housekeepers everywhere
ago strength" needs to be recognized in the I alarm?" he asked. "You bet that's the
1 1FFICIAL flower-crowned cliff-and that is respectively, through Behring
faster than do. passes
body Adopt
STARKE FLA.LL years the richest man in Amurrwky, so he is,
) church of Christ as well as in other
IlHicrOUY., youth. Next tho opulent life of our earlier hours and a more simple diet Straits, leaving the Aleutian Isles on
.. ; communities.. Ji. boss! When down }Fri4co way with
-- Myers.
\ WORK CUAItATtTtiliD.: Box 41 Western prairies teaming with golden throw fashion out of the window and the east, curves sharply in between
his back six
a' on
<:II, onJ(' ra. plenty-and that is early middle-life. study common sense and natural S ag the Philippines on the west and the J
and banked :30,000-
WIT AND WISDOM.The next Independence, !
01-1. WUko\' beauty demand of day an hourof
; every 000,000) in five weeks. BlEeps in a bedstead '
ncn-J.. C. KIcbi>rd, J. M. Truby, Tate COMER L. PEEK, canyons of the far West-and that is rest and recreation and see how the again sharply sweeping north of NewQutnea j
is .
first of diamond and
kll,0. p. Vouny. S.r.. Gnrd.ner.; very step cut out a singly
'advanced middle-life. And then-the and the Chatham Isles I
\\-1.,; C Webb. roses of youth will linger even into the the death warrant of doubt. sends his boots to be heeled! wrapped in S
\ at Law and desert! Leagues of dead sand where on. the west. At all places west of the j
suitr-F. It. 'Ior+n. ittorncy Notary, desert and blight of old age..1mbu.in -To write a good story for the publica million dollar bills?" ,
ihil-E. n. Wall.\ no green things grow, and no birds Chicago Journal. line it is Moi/lay while it is Sunday on I
man must have a good upper story of We thought we couldn't follow that
or-T. W. Swe it. STAKKE: BRA I)10HI) CO. FLA. build-the horrible monotony of emptiness -. the east. I
S his own.-N. 0. Picayune.We man; he had a hare-lip and pants made
and nothingness. Does not the -In an accoi nt of the work in mound I

. < ouuiy Offlcers.fmj Abstract ot Title and Itcal Fstat Law apeciaIty. desert fitly symbolize old age, as THE ONE-CENT PIECE. can not conquer fate and out of old carpet; but :wo abandoned exploration carried on by the United I

JoJirc-J. U. Llohard. necessity, yet we can yield to them in him, and inquired of a hotel clerk who I Itatc
viewed from the purely realistic stand- How the Coin Xow In Use Came to BeAdoptf'd I States Bureau of Ethnology it Li
ft of Ct.cuit Court-H. F. York. Abstracts furnished bowing every Deed by the Government. such a manner as to be greater than if IWbS the best authority in New York on I
? What d that two thousand mounds
point though the desert > over /
friS-U.: :". Epperlou.Alfo.e.lr :ortpnjri. Lien. Tax Sate. Judifinemt, Attach- Few of the present generation have we could.Landor.If I the subject of the richest man in"America. I
-y.O. VaInr1ght. nent. mid nil III tiers'of ]>nl>lc record and passed the "golden land and the sea have been explored in different region.*
the editor
clerk told to to
knowledge of how the one- : The us go
.... any in life is
:(; -rt",r-SL M. Hale.rici. lie affevtinffl'it cs of Heal C-tate in Bradford of peaco await us. We think but of the greatest pleasure 0 .the country besides a great many I

.. n lent of St nools-ll. T. Dowling. :ounty. Florid: up to da e of abstract. the intervening unloveliness and cent piece came into circulation. Priorto the pleasure of anticipation the young of the Spread Engte, in 979th grabs and cemeteries. Over 38,000 I

r4y .:r.i-yor-Jolin: P. Pratt C. EDi shudder at each turn of the flying the civil war the coin which represented man's tailor certainly ought to be the ;street over the NaphtUa drinking sa- specimens of relics have been obtained, I

) i t I.'. N.lI. wheels that us forward happiest of men.-Somerville Journal. but not a single stone or tablet with I
1 case cy, Jobn S. Andrews and carry on our I "that anything
UEAIIQIARTERS! FOR ounce. There were plenty in circu- "We hear we said you, sir
mitL. : journey from the Eastern to the Western -We are habitually trying to get like letters or hieroglyphic I
lation the of that in the' matter of the
'. PX.R..E XN'SUB.. .J.\TOE' shore. for population time more out of life than we put into it-to are an authority Inscribed upon it, by which linguists I
State Officer but when broke out it seemedas Richest Man in America?"
S erIor- .*A. Iteprcientin the' Ivcrpool and London Certain it is that no cultivation of the.war empty from the vessel what the vessel might be able to judge of the languageof I
Pt'rrr. Pensacola. if coins of all denominations had I. "I'll tell about him right away
und Globe I
'1t.jO\6f1:0r- H. Mnbry. Lcl'"burf. Company. merely physical grace can avail us has never contained, and hence our the mound builders, has been discov-:
. been swallowed up. Tokens of various said the editor. "I'll give you the out-
relnf of tate-Johu L. Crawford long. Even the culture of the intellect many failures.-United Presbyterian. red. I
kinds made first of cardboard lines of him and then c.an buy a
'o Julio.orneyGeiieralC.. were ; you
L. C. HULL alone, will not insure a happy Every one fancies that his own -The :May meeting of Quakers in I
P. Cooper, St Auyus then of metal. A small coin file of the special editions of the Spread
passage through the devastation of neglect will do no harm, but that it is New York is always an interesting an Iiversary.
about the size of the present one-cent Eagle, which have three columns devoted -
ulJrt'r-E. A Crlll.\ Palutka.nits desert years. In the refinement of somebody else's business to keep a It is noticed that only a IT
and Builder The richest
Contractor it to him daily. man
piece was produced, having upon
oner of Laqls-C, L. )illtchell Ft. those qualities that keep us lookout for him and this idea cherished fe older folks continue to wear the 1
.. sunny-i various devices such as "Not one in American, sir is Groulter Q. Van-
hearted, quick to respond.in sympathyand I alike by all is the secret ruin of alL distinctive costume drab-'clothes and I
U-Dtrolier "Good for defense" boom who set out from GrubsquashCity
General- D. Barnei. STARKE, FLA. cent enough wide low-crowned hats for the I
love that aid us to become more -Pericles. men,
u a ttealnlD.ft'ldLonJrl'edarKII1Lrotl"nJn'1t "Our country forever." From 600 to Kan., with five cents aewnlnto
: and unselfish of heart be borne in mind that the and} straight prim gowns and little, I
, of Public Instructlon-Al- Plans and tpcclOcatious: furnished on shorl more pure and 1,000 varieties of these tokens were -Let it the heel of his boots, and coffered forty

Busscll, Jacksonville.I'nlJeJ ictice. Carpenter work solicited and unworldly, are we insured a solace for cords of love which bind hearts so million dollars in three close silk.bonnets for the women. The I
issued. takento thousand
made and As they were '
S J 'JromDtJyatteudco110. the desert-land that awaits us all. The losefy together that neither life nor that young Quakers dress like the "worLVs S
Stairs OfHrer Hand-made br,ok for sae; : either at the kill represent a cent by everybody weeks. He was the man grassed I
olk, dance to the theater and
heart that carries itself above the death time nor eternky can sever go .
I.tf'r-' s. c. Tuckgr. Gameevil! jr delivered at the tJep'>t.J. those who had copper enough on hand Elisha J. Vennerhezzet over the White I
form ia various to .
worldly cus-
trickeries and treacheries of insin- of threads ways
S '': H--/ T. CrawJonl.: Galnesnlle. -- an and could make or procure molds or them are woven no bigger Daylight Cherub's Blush Silver Syndicate *" .". I

or-Genoral-\V. 1J. Bloxham Talla- cere world and constantly seeks some than a spider's web.-George S. Hil- Ca toms.. But they have not learned to .
dies, realized a good profit from the Boom down Groggs Country, I
e. ; new deed of love to do. that shrinks make much noise and show in spite of
J J. W HICKS down
S making and issuing of these tokens. when Elisha was prospecting way *
SEXATOnS.n. 'ird.They a good supply of worldly dress. m
,, from no service whereby a single soul who
: .c'reuel Pasco. Wonticello.a. The size and weight were convenient are most fortunate soon- there and Elisha is:. now the richest church I
\\.iI llIson C :i..JacksonvMe. may be gladdened and uplifted, plants and the United States Government saw sst learn to expect nothing for which man in America. It was he who came was a entertainment I
the seeds of flowers that shall in Smithville, Ga., one evening and .
daily ;hey have not worked hard and who up.in; Chaldaea V.
JlEj"tEREiT.&TnEF. that the people were better pleased the mean thing I
tt DlBtroi-Hoa: CITY BARBER cast the whiteness of their bloom even never acquired the habit of pitying Bloobder' about the iotton-oil scare- tbis was the advertisement: "Notis
the smaller
K. II. )L DaTidson. with piece, although comparatively to All There Will be Christian
CT- V% amid the desert sands and at the portals valueless than with the old themselves overmuch if ever in after you've heard tell of CfcalUca V. Bloob- the"a
A wonder show at
ond magic Baptist
nistrlct-Hcn.! Charles Dougherty of the grave. half-ounce coin. life they happened to work in vain.- :ier the richest man IK America? Whyit I
Orange.S church &
on Friday. Saturday night
But what a sermon one can preach Lord Macaulay. that man that Silas J.
-:- -AND- As the object was to keep the sub- was about .
All friends invited to _
-- here in a comfortable chair while one's -Whatever amuses serves to kill the richest :man of America, are '
sidiary coins in the country, and as Seeker ..*
Beautiful In which
attend the sight. : -
'ATENTS.ISKIH especial life is cast among the roses time to lull the faculties and to banish :
Hair Dresser.OPEN thepeople were content to use the used to say- :
will give Great satisfaction to all who.
and the lilies! Theories
are plants reflection. Whatever entertains usually and slowly cooled .
smaller pieces, the experiment was Then we left attend the Same. It is said or witnessed ';.* I
AT ALL TIMES. that grow finely in the sunshine but awakens the understanding or gratifies toward the richest in Ameri-
tried in the issue of the "turkey buz- :down ; man By hundreds of attenders: To. .,; -. I
are apt to drop to naught in shaded days zard" mixed nickel cent. They were the fancy. Whatever diverts is lively ::a.. Then we took flU> tracking down S I
-on Call St. just East of Kailroad. B one of the fines magic wonders That '
and weather. It is work
windy weary larger thicker and heavier than the in its nature and sometimes tumultuous the Tallest Thing in Railway Swindles "

II. HOUGH, Will constantly keep on hand a full trying to make practical use of them. present cent and did not please as wellas in its effects.-Crabbc. and the Quickest Crown Out West ever notice performed by blowing on this.C.a horn& W.:3 times Givo

line of the for sale No plummet ever drew its line down- had After that honors achievedfar and are n the track of
following goods : the tokens pleased. try- -Solon taught City we ; Notice also by Ringing tho Bell ou I

S SOLICITOR OF Dandruff Cure to cleanse the hair. ward more swiftly than the "Old Adam" ing two or three issues of the nickel exceed those that are created and !line of each of them.-].onton Fun. each night of the show Admittance.15 I

Cream or Koscs for the face to remove within us all is constantly tugging tour coin some with the flying eagle and his dictum was much esteemed among -.. --' -.--.- chil-at under 12 10 Doors
cent cts
sunburn tan, freckles and siuootbe the souls when they long to fly with others with the Indian's head the Unit- the ancients who set a high value on Wrecked by HI Support. years *
skin. A full line of Razors and Hones the birds toward heaven. But open at 730 performance at 830 oclock t I

I 'z !orlign P' I \: constantly on hand;old razors repaired. ed States Government decided upon the the praise of men. But, many centu- Showed by Prof E W J Aunstead from
there is lots of comfort in the thoughtthat
, S J.Y.. HICKS present style of coin.-N. Y.: Mail and ries later one wiser than Solon being "You don't seem as:: well pleased to Hampton Va." H
count with God any by the divine Teacher, once v ere Irene" said 1Hugging
Stark Fla. Express. enlightened see me as you <
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M F ,tree Neat: U. S. Patent Oftice.i more than, the tumbles of the baby said: "What is a man the better for the slender young man, hoarsely. the Stove.

learning to walk count, when its goalis Lawreice Smith of Harrisville, ? For with -
being thought greater by man "Nc, Hiram returned Irene a H
of those
It "cold
was one spells
i !,& I1INdTON. WBITB LBGB BU its mother's arms. He who falls a Mass., was an enthusiastic astronomerand God's and look and of >&
D. o. a man is what he is in sight, :dreamy far-away a sigh which have visited us frequently this .. H
in meteoric work. In
thousand times face '
yet keeps specialist nothing more.Interior.The unutterable sadness. "! wish I had not
towards the winning post, shall con- 1884 his widow gave $8,000 in trust to character in summer and they two had metquitein
the lending
-1-1 of as
permanent praises men are seen you the H
in the end. He come in late the National Academy of Sciences the a way-on avenue.
quer may Mrs. DoSmith's
often such as they themselves are not those amateur theatricals at What do this H
1- bu&lDt'IS t'ore ho Unltcd tatel pat.nt and even last but he'll get there final- income of which was to be used once are you going tp even-
.: for Hatching permitted to hear. The congratulationof last Thursday::evening. ing?" she asked, turning the batteries H
.Ia"e<1 lo for Patents Eggs
moderate fees. than in $200
ly. Any thing more hopeless the in two years striking a gold ) Hiram
11 .TnltcdSUsos: and aU 101olI'D i, the day dies away and even its echois "But surely, Ire* urged of two beautiful eyes full upon him. H'Oh
of New hillside be called the Lawrence Smith
1 clearing a Hampshire medal to
"I It OE MARKS AND LnEr.ireg1a.l barely audible as life nears its end. "I did not. o the worst acting. Consider I suppose I'll stay at home and 'H
of stones was never undertaken, and medal, and to be given to any one "
! LL.td Cti'e! arplicationg revived and ONE DOLLAR FOR 131Whlt I But if the life have been impressive a the support I ha'. hug the stove" he answered,gloomily. H
)UO"tnaton and advice as to yet, stone by stone the patient farmer making an original investigation of: .
of it will make "Your Hiram rejoined "
S If I DI Pat growing recognition support I "(?ome to our house, she said,
<( _t cb'CrraUT furnished with uplifts them and bears them away, until meteoric bodies of sufficient Importrnce "U .
, rae.I"ekh. itself known in the encomium:. that Irene with hopeless melancholy. sweetly in a suggestive voice. HAnd
Leghorns (Knap Strain) nut the in time the' yello n harvest waves its to merit such recognition. Prof. H. should'llvo if.
bhall follow. No man for what I am speaking Your-J"out'- the beating of their own hearts
or for Florida. Ei'i'tarv"ully of their utter rout A. Newton of Yale has just received (
Q4el for fre opts most profitable variety banners victory over
I ickerbockers
a in
S praises present or to come he has his your appearance will was all the sound they beard.-Qdroit S H
packed and delivered at ExpressOifle and defeat. Fault by fault attacked the first of these medals fromjteie "
FateuJfu.fllahUd at Ocve price. AJdrss: work to do, aDd that i* all.: -United aunt me to my clythg dal lica90 "PT .

.;. rrespOlc1o for 25 l3tIIvit O. C. KNOX. day by day, here a stone and there % Ac4eiiy.; Presbljteria, J Tribune. : I 1'

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The Duties. We Pay.In Strawberries. I The District Convention. I 1JffS

: :: BEDFORD! COUNTY TELEGR/PH order to gjyc the people an idea ofthe \Vulc! all the spare room. and a good : Convention called to order at 11 o'clock ,DONGOLA. JQD A.L ,'Von KIRN Fine t.,
,. _PUDLIWIEO WEEKLY AT-1 1 1t I !! taxcj Lcf pjy lo .I1aUll'lctI'crs'o. deal! more besides. ,. i in !the Farjiur! .& Fruit i by .Chairman J. M. Johns, who read llgr.

k. >T 1KKE, BBADFXKD f'OU TY. )'IJt.t.! I givc'h.cl\\I a'lable of the amount of tariff Grower for many numbers back has been the Convention call and then dechred the SHOES $ .5O. f\:1grno JT'lnd' ;0.

: ---- -,. on :i dollar's] worth of {roods of different hid under contribution by a lot of jeremiads Convention ready: for nomination for a

L r I. l1. ,nqH.} : :1tR. The tariff tix: averages 47 cents written from South Florida. whose. permanent Cliatrmait. J. )[ Johns. and ; Ladies wno nave been BOOT AND HOE STORE. .1"1 4 made to _
: Editor.. and. Proprietor' "n every dollar's wClrth' f.f goods bought genual burden is complaints about poor L. Witkovjki, were put in nominations. wearing $4 and $."> frflEr it'M-

L by the consumers.. and when we come to land and extortionate freight charges by It was moved and seconded that the vote PTRAFU Shoes, and, desiring : .\'"
: ;!J IscJr1'IQN 1.qQ A 'E"II. think that 4000' ; arlicles' -'are taxed by the I the carrier companies i who transport. ,the be taken by ballot.. C. L; Peek, J. N. CHILLS A SC &. fER, Economy, Style and- T ARKE tine or lJ.ei.I.
I manufacturer?, it 'Will be realized how truck to market, we here in Bradford Jones, and I. C. Webb were appointed 1.51) ,

T f''414rS4I \rr-irJiny ,it) Jr df ("'.ft'e'ot iltII. well they arc protected at the expense .ofIhe connly rejoice in good land and lt.w rates tellers by the Chair. 147 votes were cast, 4i.A Comfort pair of this should Celebrated try fl" \'ome:. )li.,. : JSclVa'-.I" 111-

: I'tJ/tt (Jk4) .4)lirk", Fftt" mc SrIJ"lI consumer. While some things are of freight the latter blessing because we of which I.. Witkovski received 89 and J. ;; 2 \ .
line of Shoes. Ladic
4 pf'1u J/tlttcr 1 lased loss than 47 per cent., a large major aie nearer market by 200 to SOO miles and )r. Johns 58 votes, and L. Witkovski; was 'A French I Kil I 'Ehmoes( FLORIDA J l'hilcn'll! co('!. !nl1\'r' .:; ,

ity njtiixed fibre than Ihit. and have Chairman and Tale Pow- : i
., some ; the benefit of competing: trall porta.I declared elected : ,
r h-- :.RATION--- Tirui'TI ? ].i 1 nearly 200 per cent. By a look at the | lion lines. Beside, ye do pot ship anything tll Secretary. Mojion was made by .!. J. ///7"I, ,, -: jIiiit7i, :I *.11 : .:lit'm.

l.uiff chc-due! :l.l:i .
v..u \ l'I"I'111'1'h
I M y u Chairman select a Committee _
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the :
very perishable from here with the Cone that : <
: : Fur Prtsulcut: {. ]' piy fur evtry: dtill.iTs woiih ot goo ls you I exception of peaches; oranges pears. Irish of 7; to select 23 delegates who shall :

l') I GHOVEH: CLEYEL. q). i buy. ai.il the following i will give an idea potatoes, and strawberries, reach the market be voted for by ;he Convention, which LiPPMf1N'S PYRAFUGE'W MORGAN'SBAZAAItIIP.: ; ( /: I

t : -1 For: Vice PrestdenAALLEN I to I the J1l1chIH'r'h..l hi pi; ) s on everything in such nr. excellent Condition that Committee was composed of (the following C.l.LL'ED TrI / : ,\

: f .1 G. THURJJ1AX.TjiCKIiT.. I i purihascd : tl-ey; can, 'be kept, after arrival, until price gentlemen : J. J. Cone, G. W. McKinney Wonderful Ohm and Fever Expeller I : ,

A I 1.\ dollar''lIlIh of common ''artheiiWHiv. sue F. Edwards I). Jj. A.1vare :17,1 ft'Y'r. t..8 up t!" f'Y !I' '\ ,
I-IW ; favorable, if necessary. N. Geiger, It cnr!! tht chill' : til j,
I .trcnt:1ll1hCllth: to CJ.
LS-l IJr 1ga1g:
sibyoii t1 alvctiL BUILDING.
: gh"'i\
't'l'I""U.DI OqTJP : .\ dollir'b wurl h oftomllHln' cutlery 1.50 The strawb'eiry his coma heie lo stay, ?, S. D. )Moore Win. Scott. While1 eufIc'r. .

I -- to flW't"lhiug'(101: 1.03ja I ntl no other fruit has found such an universal the Committee; were retired the following

t_ I FIT Governor:* .. .,.. axles 1.62 favor among our people of every resolution was introduced by J. T. \ViHf : -* < ofl ,
: .: FIIAXK I1. FLEMING! of Duval. wort-ted 1.71 jPp1pjPrickly ; R' I
: ., class It i is a sure crop-sure to make, fitwlred, That we believe tome one should pp p
? _. I .. .. woolen clolhfng 1.01 ani DE I :EJ :3 I FSChOOL
wool. dress goods 1.72 I sure to sell. for the scientific way in 1-e bclccted to represent us in the Second .

F For JSupreine"Court wipes: I which th, berries. while ihe Fiftieth Confess who ROOKS STATIONARY OF ALL
$ 0 .. flannels any kind 1.70 are preserved en District, in and potas1o : KINDS AGENTsl98nKEt.r
GEORGE'P. HANKY W Leon. ( Ash, Poke Root, ? .
., wool blankets 1.79 route for .!milket, debars I the commission ;Jircs outside of Duval county other .
A E. MAXWELL of kerambla.I. wm. coiicn cloth 1.73 I CURESSyPHILIS .
U m merchant 1.1 any excuse whatever: fornot things bejng cMial. But it was amended 5i I .
brown vii'ar.: 1 82 ) .
I, .MITCHELL of fl)7
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l vaii.ish 1.93 remitting. And nobody} is too poorto to read ns follows(; : That it shall b" the .
r' { 'I staich ?L95 have a berry patch. Our flat, stiff policy of the Democratic party at this (trine !'

I I For Secn-fciry of State: "" lead pamt 1.73 h humus hind seems entiiely !tlitl'lllO( this to distribute the honors equally throughout Pi4m& Secondary,and Tertiary Scrofulous Sypoilia,Svphllftic SEA-- ; Df1: LIBRARY AND FINE CIGARS.SUBSCRIPTIONS 4

Ii .JOHN. L. CRAWFORD. of Wnukulla ., "" hor;e-shoe nails 1.76. kind of small fruit. If we carefully examine the .State. Col. Mooie then made a EniptiODS.Ulcers and Scrofula Old Sores.and Rheumatism Eruptions and- ; -- ,
small size common diseases of the blood nil those that have
Attornc-G ncrll window-t1ass costs, according) to Iha roots of the straw beny plant, motion to lay the resolution on (the table. resisted all other treatment yield; steadily and surely RECEIVED FOR ANY PAPER: OR JIAGAZINE.

t For : : size, fioiii $1.601)() 2.06 : we find'that imlirc intended them fur The !motion failed to get a stxondaud was to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great solicited and attention to O.
prompt giv :n same. '
< :.t W.: B./'J .U1An, of Jefferson. whiling und Paris Blood Purifier. .
white, dry 2.S4 I boring through heavy soil, and their scant lost and the resolution was unanimously STARKE, Fl.i., January 13, 1,8:3.: 79 i 12rn

: ,. For .,. lice cleaned 2.13 depth and spread, while they carry such a adopted. The following were nominated SCROFULA J.
Five cents worth of castor oil .13 (comparatively) heavy top shows that the as a new Executive Committee for the' : '
W. D BARNES of Jackson. in the blood producing Lumps or
I : plant can do well only on land so nioist next two years : C. L. Peck. And. Crosby. Is Swelling.an impurity causing Running Bores on the Arms,

ft. I For State .Treasurer The Democratic Campaign. that si perpetual supply of water is wilhii: f.. \Vitko\. ki. Tale% Powell. J. M. Johns, the Legs greatest or Feet.blood for the medicine cure of on which earth.nse All p P.these P., STARKE CARRIAGE FACTO.

L 1 : The: state pemocratic Executive Cimmitre easy reach. .J. :. Biownlee. L. J. Wainrf;ht. The diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P.,

I. FRANK J. PONS of!,Baker. :*. which met in Tallahassee 'last In this vicinity the grouill ists vet following Ibt (mISnames for Delegates: wi-ie I giving ncw life and new etrengtb J

Yednefeuay did not finiMi up their work rather too dry for the s ing' out of new presented by the Committee :and on motion BLOOD POISON

I ,:. For Super.utendent' of Schools: until Thursday. They thoroughly organized plants but we have an excellent (tune for were declared ele .\I'lL: J. J. Co e, \LV agon Made To Order ;

fI. : ALBERT J. HRSSELL. of Duval. i for'the I1nplgn! ) and have: arra-ij-ed. preparing (the land, and also fur weeding I I $. Ge: er. I). L. .Alvarez, Ben Kite, IIY'I :Cured Ensipelas in its,where worst the form patient; sometimes was in Eternal in caajs Faiu with t

,r for some good and successful work. He- the old beds 11 is not for the presentour I Ilodile \Vr.V.. S-ipp: Ileinanynn.: and given np by the physicians. In some cases 1

A For Commissioner of Agioculture: ports. from each section of the State iic intention to word. abotil how to prepare I W. McKinncy, Jasper IJrown. L. \ ll.o\- Scrofulous cf corruption Ulcer broke; a out bottle till of the P.party P. P.was was amass Plows Made To Order

I'-i: L. B. WO)1 WELL, of Jackson. oiiraging. and everything points. to a and plant land that has been kept St.I..nc1. Crosby, C. L. Peek, Jeff. Underbill procured and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. '

,1 f I 1 m grand Diiniosratic victory in Xovemhcrxt. clean of I''ass up to date we only wNb I \Viit. Mcticham I \r m. iMVauls ,s*

I F11 k'\ p P.residjntial. .( Electors. The iW alKrs of the committee to make a few icir.niks about handling: Jr.5.. I). )Iourc, F. Edwi.uLs: Jr., S. J. Repairing ot aU!! kinds dona. neatly. and with dispatch!

present were Alcssrs. \\r. I), Chlpley, land on which the grass Is thick and rank.If GreenV.. T. Dryden. T. F. )Ian cl,, And in all Affection of the :Blood P.P.P.stands I
j J. II. M'KIJNE. of Jackson. alone and unrivaled, and some of ltd cures are
Jhairmaii, Milton II. M.iwbry. E. J. j it was enough to simply get it out of Wm. scott, A. D. JlcCre.i, ]Ii )h. Alvarez really wonderful. IIORSE-SriOEINU 1

e. I 4 BJJFORI of Marion, Triay, 'P. Iloustoun, W. E. Anderson.U. sight t tVe might accomplish that by making ,Yo G. Gieen, Lester Cohin.) Ad rata. If you Blood suffer Poison from,anything Ulcers, Old like Sores Syphilis., Rheumatism Scro-- B L.ACISIl'lIING.lI

j: L., CAMPBELL: of Waukutla. F. Taylor, A. K.: Wilhird and L. BVombwell up the strawberr} beds as we would journed. or any disease of the blood, be euro and

\ ;. ; B. ii. PALMER, of Columbia.v \ Secretary The campaign swec'l potato( beds; but the gra.-s would lie Call for-a County---Convention.-- give P. P.P. P.P. 1'(Prickly. a trial.Ash. Poke Root. and Potas- kinds of 'Iron and Wood Work solipcijl

I _- _..-_ _.-_.-_ _-_ _-_--_ _-_-_- _. _-_ _-_ --_ will open on August IS'h at CarabJle' I hem! ar-d termeiil C ati.l diuc oil the moist I The dele-rate of the con"civative Democratic slum on the) ia market.no secret Its patent formula medicine is on like every the bottle mauy, I

Judging'fj'opi letters received daily and close pa November 3lh, in a grand t tuie by I the heat of! that process;; P.uly of the various; Disliicls of I thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole- I

real and others (iemonstrntion at Jacksonville: ,-TalMuu- it would not thoioULhly, rot in mllrl'f/\'Cr'j I Hr.idford County ::IL 1'1"1"1.51(1110 I meet eomenesa that no other blood purifier does give.Master's I If you! want a Buggy, Wugo.i, Buckboard Surrey
I ; I by' our cbtatp men at Staike at 11 o'clock! .\. )[., on Thursday Phaetojf
sean year's time. It we expect: a good stand of Sale.Umleranitbyvirtueofafinal .
Ihe prospects \' never Letter! for s ( Aug. SHIi, in County) Convention( to
I plants and want the beds to hold rain water select delegates to represent said; county ilccrcc .' foreclosure or any other vehicle ffnm a Baby Carriage to a Band-Wag

r. a big influx. of tourists 'than) at the The Speakers of the State Campa'gn.The and draw moisture from [ Otlow these i in Congressional Convention I at OilandoAtitr. I I nuO sale rendered in the Circuit Court aClianitter's I "

i i! I present I time. There is no doubt but following is the ofl'u-iul list of speakers : must composed() of fine, rather com lOt ii. for m ihe j puipo-e of noniiiiatingcandidates aid for Bradford fourth County Judicial, in Circuit Chu eery of Floiida.I" a certain in I can supply your wan'on. short notice

I as arranged by the State DenuH-iatie : for I the 2nd Congress!.>ml I naiisc tlurrin iwmliiiK. wherein: Oavid L. :1t
: What little will full
our oily get'its eailh that contains which
I nothing Alvarez i 1st complaint and California Williams:
District fur tinL'. S. C'incusaNn: a
Executive Committee at its meeting July i. idefendant. I 'vill sell at public auction IMV ore Man ft
share. 18 188 ,. will drain away rain water or II\1'l'-l I the candid; .te for iriti.r for the :IQlh::I Sen.District I Court llcustMloa/iii Starke.itj saM vounty.on the t Carriage ctllring A Specialty

I : capillary accent of ground! water.: Hand ; ;.i nil C .{.'','- l'nlall\'e! in the ne\l first :Jlonday in "August; .\. '1). 1SH8, tlit- same I
FIHSr LIST OF FP-.\KlnS.lIons. Gerueiil.s. mbly of Fli>rid.i. being tlu% sixth day of said month. during th
Nearly in the State culliv.ilois an sreneially; used for keeping 1t'.1! hour.ol ale. the
i every : roll'ingdes"ribed riuie.tae.
F. P. Fleming. W. I U. Barnes, .\w1Iu tr.ins-ici; iiher' lniMne-s th itI [
any .
North of tit
t'1-wit Tl.e wet
p. ( Js holding county convention and \v. B. Lamar A. J. Ku:;ell. H. F. Tay I th9, MII face of the beds loo e ut't d I clean] I( 1 lay, come bi! >!:v s.dd CCIII\'elilioll. It is North-East quarter: Section Two quartet(:1., ]tI tII'a A t7 : .1.1iSfiice

t and tbey cannot workvell when they i j ncuinnieiiili. hint I the variufidKtikN f>ix (0'>>, and the South-West ouartcrof the So'.tl: EMITT
I f Dominating a full county ticket. Un- lor. I). 1. Fletcher. M. II. Mabry. 11. A. continually: gel a-foul of bunches of hunggrass. I hold titiIiimettiz'L' .\ I!. 2r.d.: DNtrictsale : tii"--'-teraRtl the Ea"t half of the SutitInEa'uiitrti .
of the SouthWest Section
i Jess there is a great dejil l of bolting Bui foid, J. U. Johnson aud S. Ii. 3Ialloiy. I '. :iilifill rep; !eseut..tii.m' I' I 1IIII\\'s. Thirty flvtO.viioi.lp Sue, a'l' quarter Snith of l:.n"eKmh'een '

()I II c: :o t. !l Delegates I : K.ist. dontainiui Oi i> trviulreil ncunioi --!, !
: pr convention packing, the probabilities Therefore break up I the land very 1tJ-1 ,' : ..- e IT I'-ss lyiiifi an.1 ">ei R li/udfonl) Cat l' Fla 4 4ii
I Some one of the above will speak at -" tv. Kloiid.i! Terms! ea Ii,, purchaser paj jug for :1 ,
/ are that a good set of officers Starke 22nd low Hiul keep on harrowing! and raking I SI :.1t;, b; tii ic, 1- ,
September noon. 'I H II. F. YOHK. _.
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.t until the dirt i
will be elected.We Uprelly well !h.iLt.i!& CI':l of --- -- -- .
I I.. U Rnor.Es. Fsq K> ecial 3ta;ler. .
4.J the trass; tools. In (the mean tiv; 1|T I (','I.I;.!hnna uit'" Sohnttir. .U .miSALI: { I
are pleased to that our The appointments given below will berilled the chickens 1'1'I I :: 2- 2io Start: e. t la... Junn :tji.il3IASTKU'S lam-S. T TXrlF.lXP: HY VIKTUEO- I1X.\T. i /inSSQIP EERiESSf
say on laud; for tl.y will L.
assignments from ; H"!) ------- --- I I "l"'t' ,.{ fOI't'd"Hlt'l.ntll'"l l ->:n.rwl in
I bl'autifullittle city i is now in an excellent tlu-folluwirg eat many a cut woim anJ mole eiicl.ttTlien ; : .1 .1 1. iiir.T. .SALE.iFltaiul I the Cuviitt (o1rf. at ti-.inters FoUlh .Judicial I I 'DYE'I ;
list of speakers and other dib.ingui.Mied C"u. ILIII. E... Com C'iri-iiit or HOI iIt.l.! i.i :ifi>i for in Do Tour
Dra.II'ofl"Ilt -
I Own
I sanitary: condition. The J folk' I lie giMo togctliu i in heaps .i imit r :1 I II y virtue ofa filial dirUo o" fnive Cbttui-t'ry. ill a reitaiu, cause theism Dyefag, at Home
: I
Democratic ffti.dii I
orators: move I it out of the and the laud} is M,r. !D. Mr\ir! e j.Ism ainl I all ri">JereiI in tl.e Cire'IIi 1'.- lIl't.ht I wherein V"st '). T>son i is irompl-iina'it; ( anti Thy will dye everything. They are.old';:-
health officers have been deligciitly lions. C. XI. Cooper, Kobert V.. Davis, way : ( t-.y' *ii 1" CI.1I,1.Jlh, : Jti'llelal; : Ciix-Jit 4). Fiori.la, inI 'fh"1'.1':, S o\t: uinl tilllie! S"'i-af his: vrifi are fur where. Price JOC. 0. paekwre.'ThE''haftDoeqW.tf
ready I lor bulilirr.WiUiini I tunMa..'I,( .Timlv 10'h! 1R at work the t week and Wilk. Call T. )( ghaikdftml.! FianL tai e&tiItI.ei tile (.' : or lor Fastness of Color. or non.fadinw-uaLif.
to I1.iiit'
t. : pa owing .. ('ill 1't'I'lidght'It'; r K. J. V.'ain urt door in -lur"'l'. in s ti 1 ( i
li I:lj': :'.itt! ?,. C.: \\ Iillri hl anct>iiiil.iiiiiiiUainJS ] t on the fln.t Monday in August X D ItivS: .unty' They do.not crock or smut; 40 colors. to AIe! tf
J Clark J. thi-
i the heavy rain the other the II. McKinne, 11. -. >auNbery.E. : I J '.- k is tit-feitlzty't.! I Will sell nn1t.It' ;
night : l.oring I il!Tc puty slir.ri'I: aPa'.itka \ at puHl'out- : ing the. sixth Iav" of said month iltirinfr I J. L. Caskinsttnic. Flajr
AI' Graham k : l.i the c t IIuiijotTiKir Hi* 1"Jllj.u!
P. W. Whit, and : iiii in Static in tf4ie tilI* f"lIowi..g" d..h.rih..t "
streets are as clean as a floor. was shot by one nf hi> I'l'is.1 //l..r.I comity, on. ti: :e first Monday ira Au:;ii-c ,\. I>. '. i-.Wf. t.nwir: TheSEii'o 1 si---l ui'l tht- -&..
Pasco: tinv. the sixth S V." ', ,
m: lit'iiif day orsailin< l'". .f"'emc15U''t'tTtJl") <>uti! MIP! of VARKER'3$
; lht week : tli-: t titl hjiii-s ot silV the folin.vm; the Ulii's M.J! I. .
(J11lr : from which heilied. : y rwI" Id )!-'\ lo I).V.t'liikleM
i The prohibition party: expects tu< APPOINTMbM's. ; !_ ,1.l'iJ.I.ll 1! l e.,tato. to-u it : X F V ofS 'Eli Saii. ill -It, t>-! .1i",) thu N \'' ;t oflh. SAv" A nnil the HAIR BALSAM! 'I
Lawtey, October 19 noon ; I i;. T :> S Karw t. und' L'/f ju-u-sin Inc N. C.Corii'To \ \\' '4 tI'' the( X XV '4 1.1 MXth.1.. ;{ of X 1J J Ji ruleansea ar.d braatiae ttekifej J %
; I capture a great many, republicaivHes : ; I'forl"OI1.11" N. ,\'. S oS 1-: .IM! < ii- Promote, '
I kltl1 a Iifl'orc.'l'O"tlIPl1ff'j I \ iminlujc 2% e.vrv VVrxK s of M"- :' .in.: :, \\ 'I' of x a luxuriant grovrfiv !
: in the Staike. lfJ"Lakc ubje-'t ti< 'rl.euiiidiia'i!, "l'lIl'alallll: on c llie X ailit I!1e. tl'eiue W 70; jard. .. H y T II \\" '1 t f. i7 ami I tl.e K 1of! S l E J ..."f' iH Never FaiU to Rostor LGr I
coming'Iectiol' I
.: on account nutler.to '_>2 lLi1Iuia4tb a.id ill' j r 15 S ISanjctf-'l !-". C" tbin.ncr: 4'S a trie*. m"I'.1' u.i T..w-h'p. S P..itg.iti Iviyjatui"ir. W' Hall'tt it; Youibfal Cob!
; valtiad3!
a reinly f !levj, luii. ,: a lit I "iL-ins: in llradlnnl ( Six llnii'lrid ; Cn.-e.IIlCaIPdiftoa.
t.tuIit'i14ui I
: mi !H- :11lh'r.'i) I lIaIr'
'- of the "free whiskey' plank) : -. <;<) in Dr.J. If.h Me! I f'iI:1'S0"< I nit Oil V .tYALg't I i la i'ernis (-ai' i-iirc-liustr paj tog for title.Is. lyin tilt.I hdll" in iira-lioul tV.i.ntr.TO: 1.rH.fr 0Jt's! !. k-_ ,= !____ M "t .,' qf, )t
: ; I. in'die }kttcrs From all Li II i'1-111 m: i it will baui j.h pain and. Subdue F. YorK. Terlii C !*-I. iVrt-haScr I.IJi? 'Fr Tit!(". itii
platform. PARKER'S
: i.4 0'I' \ The Nf.w Registration Law ill>tiiiiir.ioii.: l I B Uiionr". Yn\,, bnvciul' 3Ia:t":. I,. B. UIH U)LS. E;-'Q. I1. t*. YOI5K.( ( GSNGEfTs'OttlP

j' Appearances' hq g. o.' 't p. is eousid- Uuiler the new' registration 1 act ;,( tin I : __. _h _:. J C'o S*.,IIjJI I'kt'Ia.;:liiii int's., June 5jti.-i':'Jlli.'r l.SS.SIIKIUFF'S. C'onii.Uiii.aiita$Lu-Le. Fl."., >June.iicitor.-Cth ICS-Hllt'cI. '::--,It.I'. bivi.ahlo for Couata.- Colds.IuBQOO \-' .'" .

ti t. Drably ( l loralize4. The fact that' State'every voter is requited to 'rcigi tei I ndige..u ion rfsiillfrmn a parlinl li- Book Agents\vantedto
his ''name the mlyi oJ' I IIlcI I stomach and i is I lie pI i tzuc- I SALE. "Oj.:
upon books : the Chin. .'so c.xunot vote will lose ry enuse of a verlarge ni.ijoiity of tin Notice.SiK AND_PUBLIC 8EHVICW OP ,r

For the benefit' of oui ills tint bniiunity heir to' The mostagieealilrt I weeks nfit'i- dat.-. I wi't' I II ,
the ( to
them election and Harrison and nfpy the 1fl.
11 readers, we give the principal gist ot the a-al efieethe remedy i 5s' Di. rXnF.R AND BY VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION J3SUeil I "'\- ..Iwicot' Br.ifi-l! c,' i II :.. f.'r 1-...
his ally) Morton; ;may': retire in solitudc I J. II. Me Lea'tis Little Liver and) Kidnev I out of the Cirfii.t; Court of the Fourth Judicial lei tl':SlIt'*!:nuiKi;ration on IV; I>iiiv.; :>i JesSe t. I'
act of 1887 33 Join* I tIre- "
I page section 19-) I'illetiieen'.Na via'' for a term of fouryears, at least. The supervisor of registration shall i (th-Ota: diy of June A. I). h5t8, in a certain' J"Iv tJth_ it3i ". -,.;nl.1I 1>. J..UI4IN : I :tc. .
------- theivm priiilin wherein John S. Nobles w<-otnplamint t .'r11'
'I -- I )keep the legislation b-oks of the count}. DI'.J. U. )ld.I'alLrel1lhclling, I : andV.. S. Pollock i-ulrfendai I )I.LV. rsi(7uri' coriv4tti 1 ''t1
I: \ While the jde, 'of Florida do. I ConMal n ott l UIooJ (' ri tier leri>-.l upon an,t Will8t'Ullt public auction ta the Juilii-ial Cir -
pe open at his uflicc at leit; three days ill II py iis I \i'al-i highest biil.lt-r, lor ca-li. 1-1 front of the Court
- )d not attempt t., tleiiy the existence of each week from I) A. -M. to 12 ').. and izi 1mg properties, will I brighten palerlieeks. -4KI Hiinse ilour in Starke, o' s"M( county, on the fli tit fiU'tl County. .: --- ."t f'.
and iniiihfoiiti a palo. h.ivjpranl), Monday! 01u uot A. 1>. 1-8H( the same being the -GEom'; nr.Ll:1i; : :r, 1.- '
_ : 1A I: yellow fever in I'l.int City and Manatee 1 P. M. to 5 P. .M., frmn the first Monday tlispiiiied i woman) i into!! 0110 of spa{ t-1> linu $ sixth day of saul month the fol'oing tlesciibedpioperty \S i A'I IIlJJT./t, : suiil t>y :f'
health and : Htuateil in Ilill"OUllt}' a--il state toWII DAVIP II {.il. VT'J
beamy. fl.OO'wr bottlp. atfifljMi-m i.
fi and one l.isc at Tampa, there in August until the last Salmday \ I t A i. ofe<|iial clh'isjou taken lt>m the S end of and, I C!ft)Iif K t IAl\MAX bwoi f t<> olCHil Mini.JO I
piei-ediug the first -- -- --- I I S W. V .' N W }V S i! T 5 Han!. :. s awl K, con- il.iiif IU.hhH': i it Itr( ile I -
I is no possible chance fur the disease Monday in October ju sit'k heaiLn-'n' is the curse of main I I II \iir\K\ 10 acies. more or le-s. Tnrchos-er pacing itrmn; line ar.it! Myl*0 the j
t each veal: I in which here is any general I 1'S. To enie and I pievent this atinoyiiitf :- 'or title 11 KXKYkr.. EPPERSONSheriff .liiv Salt alit i l'i>:>mii i>sii>ii Jt;
t to, spread: as there i ij a strict quarantine election! 1Illllofl.CllI' i il> coiupiaiiit use Dr. J. I 11Ic Loan'sLittle POWDERAbsolutely Brad ord Co., 1- la. Cjii[>.vnv. j
the cmiiily commissioners I'rox-i-ty poin'ed out l 'S 'iieVpiIai't,
Liver bv H 1 f! Grover
J and I l
I kfcjH up at the above-named: shall ordemfor Kidney Pillets. Thev I,.. i. lkitIt1.I1tlItjuLIIt'i -, 1 (:l'org'l'a.III-.n! ai.il allt'! cpT.on. and Cleveland
so the
i II regisl ration -'xreoal.le: 'o take and gentle in their (''. : Att'y.NOTICE.. tc-l r-ie l.tr"iy iu ttie; i j j-oiist 111OM -
t i places. The nature uf tins diieasi of elector!?. The tlistiicl regisliatioiiotlictrs n-Lit'ii. :;' (PutS a \'jl1! 'iiir.r .Ir ti! lw,,'e filiI 1 toy rJ..' ">.r ineMi-e- Full
.. --- Pure. : h.I" + I'.tt ) ft n: + I.I .i.il are ? and o.impei| from hi* boyhood to lib aaarfMKnf.Li k a,it
: ( : is either very mild in it* workingor heiein hi.tom e provided' for '),.aikeep .% fp'O an i e IS\ e.\pe..tornl jon iq pro- I t I .lu-ilci-i.iriiio; n'jniui i |:::1"11.10 ll'llt-ur.| rt-i'i. i.|''Ie'nl Hi., "-li-atar to Thi i!if'Itb V1"11"Per"lml. ? wllh"..iniblCid"** P"* ."* 11II4 ftlla WOOL-at"l"mnM*** '2 y-

:; ; \ : our skilled phy.siciajhs have it well tinlegist ration book for uch di>- of Dr'.J. IIc.. Thte powoVr" ii"vcr \-tries. A inare"f ; Six w-ek.4 nfl"r ,laic I will apply. to the Hon. I tl. TlilKlMU Or'SlVFrMKLKA.; I I'. 1.-V3 i !SpjL2 MH3.'"*"' a onpob Toftnil and.a U1 ...tSt
o S t CLEVELAND,ta .ih irfU lN'"
tine ttlithe r
'MIIS T wine Luni : H. Kii-luinl. Jmlge ; -r-t ;Ai .
Halm in all Couiitj of the ; o".1 i IHufC'alb" nr
cases : ami
trict ;purity "11'l'lIgt:1 \vIii't.1oue UK n'i AL.LE'l G. THURlIIAN. TlLllIIIM'
1 4 ; under contro'' the open at some convenient place I herein ol IIO.IIC-IK (''-mt.I..f. Hrailfor.l State of TIoiMa: for letior", nut ml.- i' .f li.-i l1. 111..1'i'1; hf -'* "Life. .',be .
( I'ci-ausy rnortaht N-, sure tluoat or dllh: il.y: oiVnnUMl -\oiiMi-iiI tlrui: the ordhruv, ta'n.fii : tit. vjli i u.duc.4 to .S.y. 1 .it
nf \dllllstr'aU'1i! rn rite est.ite of UgaitL il.f.u: l 10)' 11"-. ; probllbly be u..tborlzed Llv.. I4nc. :
d fi r the puip-jse of l''gisll'alioIJ least 'I 1 ear'hi X. (Ii. >. It. but 10 .M II tjbt.
I ; \J.s not half as great as.in the MII.I I at ; II" kinds and ruiinnt III' ). in "-"111 petit 10 H 0'' Ht-rji-i bkolit! late cf tie County of Unidfonltierea i. B ni: >t>Ls. 10_DO Iota h'DJe..DCe i ,a. w* pay..all inB. ."1
; two in each week with the multitude'low '., '. :.tamp. ond be it ana III ts flu,
\ days from 9 A. M. to .c. -.Uot i e .-.. ir'ls ..Ht". & g.-id.D5a.... W'Iie-fjti ;
: pox infested sections of the more 12 )I.. and from 1 P. M. to S P.:'')I., Imm lit-nl.\ 1 : Fiff y JJushels of I'(';1:h '. weight alum of: ,phosphar.! : powderSold -. : _July H, !:-*. ___ AXDKEW FLOti.Us.No'fl : I riH-t I!"'-,"py'ro'h of)' i-fitify I Hi orijfin.il HUH th,> fort'f,. I:1.: i io. a i-or- aPCL IIprlngfleld fre 10 .11. .Add_. WINTER..r.Cnt.tpa.A.(CO..petW. ..;..
will untill (' of ,
pay: further hot ie( unit ill ':.iis.: Kuy.il !B J ikhidnr ; ;.<., : infin', mi'lit i-f I'Y n'I I'" roni !
I i northern. states. the first 1 Monday( "in September until: tin- 1 at I the late of $ 1.50 for 'fresh H'l'cl! I Co., 10 ; '.\'..tlJx[ V. ._ /:' iT HIt) l l'UIHJleATIOX. on fi- in nij'. tuitW.tn Mlil-.mal l.Intlt.1: l"lJo" I ; :;

I -. last Saturday i in September i in ___ __ I ; .< .,,- j hiuJ a lit THE BLOt IS THE LIFE01
-- II I each } ear I (1C'd!i\ ?I'l'(1 I in any quantity: ::it Ilighlaiul ------- __,__ L.VSD OFKICS AT n.ES\'ILI.E. FLA. I U:ALJ) --al un e1I"' '! tIi I4'S ['I .
Wool and H K .
i Cotton. ; S C 'ii\
The in which! there is a general election, and station, Highland I I Honda.; 1'.i i June 3i th. 1W \ L'icrk: of tli'- C'I, .'. | THE HUH AX
I present Imiff gives no protection to shall ins Uiosm-iil of t' c b-n-k imliintea I Not ti.! .. i i. hiTebv' given that the _. v'o-.rt:! ; "
uo person be allowed to register a1 July 5thl.] O. C. KnoCOMiUKI'TION Msf:'vpil cniidiiicii l : 1 i followinpnu.li --- t : -
\ I
IIII' or kidb'dii I- 'e seitk-r h.is fil..luoti.c -
nf his .
ton but lie : intention \
cUt ( iiiiuiuf.icturc or cotton IIK.SprospeiX'd. to tell as the ar.imal so also is the cJ1io_
any other time, provided, that nothing --- l 1If'V' !. \\ 111"t.. wMlv r 'ni->\wl I IMt' tittktiial proof inisuppmt of his claim and 4OTI'E.( sap >
\is tliis comparison) of ('-"USII herein shall the : SURELY CURED.To I iII t'- iivof Dr. .1. I H.! :Mr Loin's Liver that MiM. pi-"of will be inailo before the Btgls ,\rrti'i'Ti i Will h. siiadii ;: Iif! of the tree, as well as tIle vegetable.A l returns will show : prevent :supervisees from ::,d I Kiiinev :,.ini.! SH.CO: i er li..ttlc.. t.r an-J Ret-ei\cr nt (;ai ",\'!:. Fla.,on .1 1'Cti jut-u 1II'.t"11 !"flll). .1\tJ I.11.t.t.. .' r'Jr'h il& trl'! will produce immature fruit. A delicate ph4..
J.z,. '.' registering a qualified applicant at anytime TJ PniTOR-rira e iiiform yc-vr rfi! Jii.l-
1 fIjl. 1SSO. 'r' ,11'11!i I lin-vea ixisiiivfieiiifily fur tilt>a'>o\o I II via: ihii A. Pohin of Starl<*. Fla. II. E. ''!) "lIlhl' .ili .lay t.f .1':1 .
bcYoie the closing of the -I I1'lIdllH f-rtlleNofSE4 Sec. T R'2 Ea'lt. 1"11. 'I' u I. '--r .Ih.)[- fi:(l Ciiilt with nature she does her pvf&
I I ipgUirationI lei 5 Ib'I. ? always
Cal). vested! $ 98.OiJ5.269 *2lJ ,2 O,3-t6 IHII'II; : l d\lt'-t'.t-t'! liy in liinely use titOtiii'IS of iziim i.n.man.r! nr.v cl..t 1" :,
I ..tllwk"i! ,trjiabeen CXc ino !tooM, \\'m.I lie iiinnTj the following witne;es. to prove his (MItI :.. L' of tht well; b.t iran must help her if he would req
No. operatives 128I () ooks"provid2il; I'n, 'I any person shall be :i ; ( |rrniam-iity) cured. raim n I, 0/,1/ trs. I't'al t'ola-k"'a'\.ttoi .
'j._; t Wages 185,187 allowed I -ii.u' In- ;la-1 to send two bottles fillY :emedv hl'iht: light. .'r 11I'11.1 ria. may h: 1 i: mi I I Ititl .iiiu llull."IZ rrsklccce: upon. and cultivation of, anti 1I\H;: c;Sj i'( illl'l1 ut t"e.-Lr-s 1a1l.1. Vvt.. U you want a plentiful and nD.ell !
i paid; 23.95U.ltlS 41.9- 1.1 06I ( to register: at the offite of the i 111') :L-.i.I.II! ,:,
pRKKToanv of our reaiers who have illftllIlJla'ioll : S 'of time ) 'S1'itl.tI Ir' .jhl ; l harvrt-t
;: II con- p.ptJr. J. K 3Mchcr. of Starke, Fla. I&eremnlii .. t-tlt n o!.golden fruit ant large well : -
I Fal. productions 1li.6/n./ 7.1 19 ,na 960 supervisor\ registration after sumptnii; ) It iL'i-y will send"cne their ;J. I H. .McLean's: ; ;. ..
I the ordering express Stre: ,lhellill 1? C. F \\ "lna4. l ;;1 A.r. Jaao 21rj!}I ?". s.l *' vetabIesUM"THEBFST FiRTiuzra" _.111. .
\ The abolition! of thejduiy j on wf>uj by at lime and and |>')-it .ttltc'itt4ress. Reuipeetf ally. eye Sal vb will :;ilnhit tii i'lil.inniintion.cool c. .. Klinhc-hmiilt -- it will
ten before rive 1GrOh'
any -
'ays the all and leaves
T .-. J. C. you satisfaction
r M.C.. 181 Teirl St.,New York. sind st I'I( "C-tlll' 111'1'aUII! Uichanl. '
1 the Mills bill, 51 1 i it Iwrniiies, a law. will be tolding of election f.tl'enlh-l July d U S. C4 Tt-cKER in good healthy condition JD J
U :lII) special held, in any en we.4; and failing: ; Eve ?iu'ht. 'ii-.i cents Register.NOTICE for' ;
I just as ltc-nefiei.il to the .t1 l\lpIMclllrt'I's etwoolens. countyl Ihpinos"- pnds very iniieh on the a box. what more could you desire. All! orders wfflceive rtl

-What riglit lias .rawvu<>l to -- -- --- -- --- condition of the livrr and the )kidneys I. FOR PUBLICATION. CURES WHE9E ALL IL8E fAIlS. prompt attention. ddress all orders to I
The Ills of lift'make )but little impressionon estCough Stii. Tat
I be protected any moru liiiM) 'raw cotton A Minister's Conviction. those whoo'digestion: is 'good. Yon LAM OJ-KICE: AT GAINESVILLE, FLA In time. ydrugj'oo., tTs 1' W. BRIGHAM. Manafactnrer '

t ::; : Omaha '' !. : Kev..O. Winkfild. of Unioti' 'Point, can regulate Votir liver and kidnevs July 21. 1888. 1. Gltf Lakeview, Clar Co. .

1 I .- G.I.. suffered terriably for twelve with I 1)1'. J. H.' Me Lean'-* Liver and Notice is hereby given that the follow- Pa/Uecj an be furnished with any qiaflb. _
years they desire. P. W.AKEVIEWCUYcOU11T. BRI t i
Dalm. 1.00( U: >
Kidneys bottle.
o. Hard F cts. from articular uiul sciatic rheumritiMii. lie !_ per s I\ ing-named settler! has tiled notice of his I believo i5'sCumo:

;Whlit is the tariff?. A: tux put upon imported consulted uuinerous pliVsiuans; and intention to m: I tr'c I Far br-tter than (the harsh treatment of I IrnpEd his claim and that said will my hre.-A. H.
prof be
articles in oiiU-r tliut; such >tUslmll all orts of medicine. : : .45 '3-j j if'i made Etlitor DowtI.:, l .,. L.K '. .. ", .
1 ir.es which \
giM Jll
Finally )I.e. lugan; horilny grip the l'a-1 I before Ite.r, >:tsr_ and Receiver, at Gainsville 1'n.CJ)ui reI'. f llei1-; Kfit- *.lT.- v. l'rice.lO ImlK-W AC. mud .!> rI'_ ,
'4..t ,I I lie manufactured: in' Arnel ica. The tak'ng the S'viftSpcchf as a forlorn l hope 'I j f'lIt'nJlf1 tlt-struv lhtll'oLlin"ft"; : FI.i.. on Sept t2. 1'83, viz; William! A. ton, N. C, April 23; 1& .1OW will ftuy all re acre vaettnruno "#t,
; : mct-he. Dr. J. II. Mu Lean's garden. You can iu .- t. '.
ob'ectof I and pay usonthlj
so doing? The ofthine 1 and CLJij t Xorthnip of Lakeview, Fl.i. II. ..,. u4 .
I protection by its use Le was entirely restoredltkwrites E. 12214 A storpoat o5ihtVl.bth.umi. .
fever Cure tttild I .
by yet lr eli\0 action .. .
: I for the E Wu nl ti nil. surtbatl plY"
i t who I have invented I or will I investCioney : : 4I. feel like a new man. 1 cannot I will euro. Soldat) oft'eents a boule.F'ret1uiiitlv 4 of SV i Sec. 28 Tp G R 23 E dCDCF'sirpa.I, hut... IIIC'.Ibac" -
i in ItIUUU f.. The lesu't ? attribute my mll'lculolHlIII peifert cureto I.I ------- W/ j his names continuous the following witnesses toprove : [ with pfest all n heultb.9w town. m.1.s.1i.riiln"J ,LI.,..I ri.clo.i.mp Jr.-_pI .
residence and .
I Protection to the- manufacturer and but I! arndPiits occur in 'lie WI cultivation of .upon". .lo.KOHOFFMAN'S
an an}thing the Swift Specific-I know- said hind. viz PISO TFL

P additional chargo to'cr' nun. \\nnian that it alone cured me, for nothing el.-e ,.i sprains householdvhiih nnd bnnst(;'.1III for e n:c burn.-in bitch; ris c'uts."S I' I) .1. Silcox, of lonirt Fla. Drf

I c'cliilit who purcluMs'lLfirarticles. Hut' had done me any good for IweUc: I Hr. J. I II. Me Loan's Yo'.i-unif! Oil i.in- .I"Iin While of Lakeview Fla. ,

; 4 I : it is claimed that the tariff increase; the i I: (! my restoration lOot years.I uncut Iii' for itinny' ears b el1 the coasUitil J.9; S iI t I 1)). \VP Riisham, : : 4-
strength > The StrawberrytorthflSontlu'pi
: la\ onto 1aihIv reuieil. a J. P. Hickle. j
wages of the &tpei lean mechanic. Is tin* labor :ami religious duties alone to this I I S. (.1. TUCKER

.. d: true? It might do so if there was a turin grand aud I,I Register. The DE8T C'ougt MetliCiime'js Most "
remedy gladly make; this t-titti-. # zIJ I --- -- --- -- --- Piso's product he. larrr.f ; EE"DUIIQf
Bucklen's CUfE S
Arnica Salve.
:; on the importation of worker "from I.- meat fir the beneUt of all sufferers from NOTICE FOR CONSUMPTION_ bt > the! beSt quahitnail 1 _
The Wst
ta\e| in the wor'ti' for Cuts i PUWJCATION. Cllildren

: l. rOiI.lJ.; but, MS siidi is'uct the CUM, it does this Lm.itst torturing disease: -rheuinati; "m." r.ruisi.N. Sores. UK'ep. Salt Itheiiin,, I II LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, 1'1. \.. take By it all wIthout druggists.ucon. UXEQUALED 4! FOR MABKEK"

,- not. There are more'than enough fill Treatise Blood and Skin Diseases Fever S ies. Tetter, Chapped Hands, July SI, IdKS 25c.. I offer strong ,hmiiits. In large and sqmU> "
t ; eigners landed on our shores to I Chilblains, (Corns and all Skin Eruption I Xi'Mce' is hereby
tin i.iaiIfd given lint
supply free. The Swift Specific Co: I i pud siiivcly cures Piles tba fnlow-! q'liiiitities.; nt rf 5on.j.ll prices. __.1t'l
;; increased demand for woikers 2 Drawer 3 or no pay re- ing-uiiieil: : settler has filed nUice of ('nniey Guavas mut Me. 1;
causi-d'tij : Atlanta. (Ga. : .pl] 1'ed. It is guaranteed to give his Japan
ptrfeetsatisfaction '
I I I inienlii: to make tiii'il iu CURES WHERE ALL all the finest HOKV, iu .- facioiiea. put >ii ELSE
the >
-' opening of new On wha or moneY u efu mitled. Priite his cl.tim. ] poil of Best Cough Syrup. AlL$, ".rty varieties of Oivarf Orans tretlltf
und that Taste .
said; prof \ii! )he'III1\11c' in o<>d. Use
.r basis does the t.-iriff I > CPIHS box. For J. time. Sold b Lemons Llmrti etc.Atfclress _
picseut rt-st t A war: Worthington Spring Hotel. p"r sue by L. I before Register aud Ilereivcr at Gaiiibvillf "

: basis. Has the war ':i!ed*_ Gtuei.i.Qniiit. This famous Hotel will bu open-! ( askin I Fla.. on : '' :22. 1883, vii: Cl.esier Alt OJ..J PUETZ,

.l'. .- I who "nc.l1 about it, sjiM so and eel for tlit of -- I I II:1I THE XiTL I!! Norihitip. of Lakeview. Fla., U. E. 12213; Greenland'! Duval Co.i .. FIorid'

rejoiced; in the f.u-t His" .. reception guestsi.n ] ;i rv=t. our GV osasD. j I t.1.1' the I S. E. :i Lce. 'NU.)\01 T 1'. G R 23 E. .
ii cUion j is I '
It June 1st good boaul reasonable Ityon e""f-s t lIt' names the following! Ladiei-
; ill'I, twPARKER'S CINCCR TONIC without djlaj. cing witnesses to Interest to
bi ck tl I up by Gen. :lc rinao. who mardieJ A rant llt1 cui.uuj.Liiateur \C hen all else fails. I I ocr rsczt r.l yc r \ '- o fItycz =r trrre piove his continuous rcMdente hilliNG.'cOCR 1
f1' eluding the use of the J>prinir. U. rod lie orst case*of tVt1 e h.w oak Lnnjc hthnla carrmof-'d cur et, cultivation; upon and ,t jon wor'K TO iii.Jr..l a F-sto .S':1Pt2of onrwo114.
with the "Hoys "n Bluc"l fl'lIlII1111,1. I i i Jod ilt"t'tK 11. Inwanll'a1l1f1 Kxluuistlon. Invaluable fu wrE.I of, .stiil land I viz: I THE; _, for I.aal >''JJnt.'Ji..c.'to",lady..":."
: I fOI'l lU-ciiimtkii.t, >eni le WtcLnfsfr, and ail ix-iiis and Ci> I I 1. .r Srk- .,.lU..tte":buti o/.h.irl. od!: '*-
: to the sea; but pnii'lirally c'enied I b\'his. J Cottages lent. .rj.nj o C the Stoiuicb aud Uow U fiOo. M L.nI.1,14HSNDERCORNS. '! : -- nx. 1011 ia. }'li.Vhii I I '-II. ( l'BdalotPAThU41SS
: FESEiG: rJ'rfi'r' ,: &. John! \ vntaiiu.ii nvfci ':
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., r.-St'. Paul The Mfot.suren and bct core orOorns,Bunions,*a Ill. w : I. en_If v" "' .
\be L"u'Hly : I'vttetr tre8. tf i .1 P. Hk-klc.: ,
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CouiY1LEGBftPH.1: Mr. Harry Allebach, who pv-nt.the Morgan I CA-L.L IN AND SEE THE BARGAINS I Hararick & Jones

winter here..hastJeen heard from by his a nice : vicinity are : Nfl :" ......
arriving safely at his home in : -
--- He-v undersigned
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"starke-Fla.., ,(ug. :I. 1888. ::the North. lIe i id expected; 10 return in pulpit i of General; cc. W 11Iankcnburg's: !. I ,, ."MIX
ubout two months.A each 2 weeks. -=<. utIA.::ns t :

NEWS.City great deal of crab rass has been.madethis notice. refused, as ''. I .
let Fancy
year by various citizens. Crabgrasshay 'The' : :
"* is as good if rot better thin that I to give a ', Jkxccries! GENER1IMERCHHOISE.* .

Council ,,.it1 ;ncet on Tuesday. brought from the North, and.by its use I'milk on Goods. Bed room suits: FJ 'piolufc Frames _-..
kf. the lar.monthly meeting. many a dollar.is saved to our farmers.Mr. their a line of

The is TuJRA1,.-!, from now': till [1. A.. Farmer of Hampton saw i Prof. : Call Don't at Patent rockers, nrciMi to order. : ST ABKE, FLAVckerj II .1>...

:. mills was in the city on Tuesday. lIe reports '. ,
1 fprjO.ccntg.I _ InstItute. ,
an.. business lively at that little city. I I I I ham, full line 01. '.
I been .bringing a good but it was CLARK. Window shades 'fi Upholstering r, of i \ cousinly ton w liiCanotl o':
Peaches have Plenty. .of-work to do and several l housesIn Professor ..'
: I ;
and aie I ,
rice i ull thescnso" course: of erection. I than :; with fixtures. all Kinds solicited I Gwixls. I'luulies.: Tobaco .. .
TEI.EgjFU. _
take-the STAli J
the caiflpa1p! Pioe Hill Farmers II.T had II r4'1'nH.- "
Alliance is it-ported IH
For mimi -rLt :00.1" usn )
f l'iars
for 25 cents.: : S n. IST'O.:( ;
Tbreenionths I
in a good flourishing.cocdition. Thij is Capt. .Ton : flln"'uys on ::11ft ntf. -

.of f'J'ti1i1.eronstanty) probably the Jargest alliance in the coun- I slips I ; ; months afro: :i tirs rhs-s: tjroe-flry! ttV.I ('. :
line -- A I I
A fine & Co. I and i : : flit tm-
rnlmrg. ty. They hold regular: meetings on the
h \\.y"rru-r'J'\ ';; and Florida. I I ( :' St.: tl1 i"i'1J. thick biiiUing! .. -,
u second : Thursday: Gaskins brick block Starts
-- will be01J Thursuay in each mouth, at 10 I I )(: and --- "
few sewinc? machines I o'clock. j his bride was confln- .; w I, -- - ..; -
A I .KETiSlfMillinery .
Slcrnburg | .
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cheap by Truby, --- I I : ) lied to !i il '"
.Our Starke base ball team. went down l t limes loouM I '
I -___ to play the Waldo nine on Wcdn dll.Y. ; wishes : Lave secured!! 1 LUMBER, :, I I.IN I I I Fancy Dress ocds '

I the! .car load 1.15 per The boys report a very good time The ; \\' IIt'lI, and I NOTIONS.( KID GLOVES.: PAlrASOL: .- ,
& that walk ,I
LudJef :at Truby. faurnbqgHats .:(c .: I Waldo nine'is expected to play here in a AddIson i the liveliest Silk {: mllrclh.;. Z"l'hn i l :Iu1';L1t -ku'ew

10. ..-L---- short time. The score stood 21 to 20 in ; her by ): -to ex GREATQUANTITIES PLANED ANDs ,I of material_' f"T

;/ Hats!! Hats!!! See Truly, favor of Starke. entering endured., so-called 1", ,-. FanelJ7: \ \ ;:. -*
& Co'H mammoth thsKe Kingsley Lake is fast right : .. :::-;"I'rouiPt attention>' nlimnVcsl ;.
bur becoming a pleas- relief, ANDSHAPES. DRIED ; RFADY FOR .
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? .
\ RiI. ( >r :! irn
p' ant summer resort; for our young folks : ) 1 began J\t'KS.tX\'ILU:. ITI.1*
_..t-_ and a nicer place in State us yet I had: heard .
coffee the cannot .be
of Rood Rio lllieu- .. .
pounds new :USE.
found. Kingsley Lake must be seen lobe
dollar at Truby, Stern. urg Waycros-s.
The _
Orone appreciated and advise -
we every bodyto \ Finally
.'e. go there and see for themselves. recent ( had 4rit.d ,...
offering liven cured Crates, -"::- Hr _.1.rrt... -'-- ....... ,
Sternburg & Co. arc -Jlr.\ Is. J. Jones of the firm
)', popular of ly be of it, and
genuine bargiuus in every Jones & Ileibcrgir! leaves for :New York and was sat- :

1rtmem. ___ and Boston next Monday. .accorspankd was continued. Well, io to Mouldings, Stops, Drops Balusters, Hand Rail

Another large invoice of drygoods by his wife and :Master Rodman. Mr.\ from T used three

this week at '1;ruby, tSteniCo.s. Jones will buy the largest stock of fall months all

eceived urg & and winter 'oods ever brought to this vice Rheumatism., and notic- Door Posts, Newel! Posts .

and must have is a place. _ _ corded it quart was .
What Starke wants did in 01\.1 COMBiNJED WITH GREAT
Lan.ing to can our surplus fruit :Mr. Calvin S. Brice Chairman .of the terday touch of
vegetables.factory National Democratic Executive Committee from the the: fiist I ALWAYST: HANI) Refracting Power.THKY .
bd ,
is conceded on all hands to be the ture is to my I TltANSPAISENTroi.onr.ESH
200-lb. sack AKK AS
I will uuy a .
dollar los-t a
One proper man for the place. He is the impel
sail Truby Stern- former ..) :s'J) : AS I.KIIIT ITSKLKAnd
Lf Ltvernpol l at ; thunder my 7ntid to Oi-dcr S/ioi'L
sonation of energy and under his dir- o? OIL JYoiict.Prices .
for softness eivlnninee: to the eye -
lie nearl
|,urg & CaV ection a lively campaign is certain to quails of I riiiinot l he exeel'el. enabling the wearer
Lots for sale cheap follow.Yesterday's. heat at Root and to rexd for h 30 City located. Apply to N. J. him out. } two months[ to suit the pressure ofth Centrally before the Ford
: testimony Boston it; and Preservers.
Jones, Starke, FIlr. :\. Committee shows that the evils of undesirable !\ of the Sight
from Testimonials from the leading physida"lIlq tb?
and Mrs. Tydings and Hte An- ; immigration arc not confined to a'so! : \ my : United States, povenors. senators Iegismator'iaoekmen. *.
) Send Your Orders To ," nen of note So all proft-s-sIoiiH and iuIilTerent
been in the city the Italian element. It that thereis
ie, of Aalhony. have appears \\" this I- branches trade, bankers. laechacics
[ IblswecltntMr II. Rivers'. in Munich a society through whose ef- Tie; assert: most etc..can btKivell who bare hail tltclr slgntiiuproveil -
by tlierr use.
forts convicts are shipped from Bremen 'I no perma
The little t>wn of Lawtey }'S fast coming yeoman the first hot All Eyes Fitted
this ccuntry.-N. T.: Star.
Into fame. It raises the strawberries. We 1IA3LON. The STARKE SAW MILL
And the Fit Qua,anteed byKIVKKK&JOINKli
candi- For woith of wool
gubernatorial 42448127.04
nd the republican. .. every highci; ;
and woolen. goods the American people Land of I ,
date. _ _ StirJce Florida.
ngjt idle men buy tiny have to pay f 29,256,442.90 taxes. being (i. P. YOUNG .
are. Proprietor.TThUe
aud Knight
I .
Young All of this is done to tariff I These Classes!, not supplied toj eddl:ua.A.
keep up wt>r our ]
their ----
They are progressing nicely with -. h_ _. -- --_- ___ K. 11.\"'R.N.

uill and have their teams already haulingMr.J.M. -Cleveland twenty-five years Plain Dealer.after peace is declared. every ment : :: ,1.L'QIM] WftT-ftQV.s'KPt '1 .'r 1 WHOLESALE DEPOTS ATr..NTt.us-r1s.'rL'!;.\.

og$. _ slituen( \ "
) t : &
has been One of the novelties of the campaign
Ckmnjons who \\1\\\tSCHBERGS .
is a handsome cane that looks just like Every
inhe I o"'tO
a two monihs term in writing hodte _
acjung any other walking !slick. It differs, how- Jiis \\\'ECTAC Lr 1I0
succeeded in getting up a
city, bus ever, from the orthodox stick in being more !
lass nt j1apptOfl- hollow and when the head is unscrewed I Palace I' Pry GIoodStorE.4tR.1a

Cotton is reported us opening considably. reveals a bandana, A-hich. when adjusted, l large as : .

f J.n a very short time mir streets forms a handsome flag. The canes are emanate t -........-

ill l be filled with} it. The crop is very manufactured by the Bandana Cane Co., it !

(od\ this year. and lots of them arc out on the street month : I
-- X. T.The. Star. \ ,(!; ) II t---: : ; .. "L .
Another car: of Ideal and Pres- I : jl) .... .f.
whole I IMr.
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lent flour received by Truby, Stern- condition of the Florida exhibit in I
world of ; ;i :
urg & Co. this week. .j,, Cincinnati demands the attention of all I .
Insure your life in the old and\ reiable who tire interested in this ttate. Fresh! per .1 I & J) 5J'I 1Jtt: Wm B J:11 tt:"tI ; !S7 PAT JULY IS 1873. .
exhibits} : are needed there and they !shouldbe
Mutual: Life Insurance: Comtny mon.ey( ; /.''>MM-(t'/?/ 07 I I H. Hirschberg

; of New York. 1. ('. Webb is sent up without delay. We have a :So: .
good fruits: such as bananas pineapples 1""c. The well-known Optician of 107 N.
many :
r I
|ity agent.Coinmissioncis'_regular meeton ;;, grapes! lemons! and others now success country, I ', ,, I CxOOds J I aceMUJinow/ : Fourth Louis, has tr-appointed(under Planter J. L. Gaskins.House) St.of
County maturing, which would serve to add attraction .S'arke. ns Agent for his celebrated. IHainond -
Tuesdny, 'The board will bear ut the .\., Hud ]' lasses, and
to the exhibit, and those havingthese GENTS AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND HOES AND Spectacles ye
more .nchan able
\II meeting from tpose whose taxes were tiNn for his: Diamond N-
things 01 anything else that is likelyto f and t These Glasas -
I Give Spectacles! KyeKliwse..
evied at laij show well I, ought to forward them im JL "r'' the greatest Invention ever made
Nearly every to"wn in the t state of anylizis mediately. All packages;: should be shipped port ...-. ..'.-...... -. in Spectacles.} << By a proper construction..
good -- -- - -- -- --- -- of the Lens a person purchasing
has organized a Cleveland and Thur- I by freight, addressed to E. B. Van times 'I pair of these Nonchaageable Glasser

nan or Re-1 Bundaiia, club. bit. Starke DC man, Jacksonville, and marked on one PACE never, ,has to change these Glasses from
: ) AND the eyes, and every pair purchased are '
D "
niaUerwitb <.m-
hat is the young corner "Exhibit. This insures prompt You guaranteed !so' that II they ever leave the

crats? J I _. delivery in Jacksonville and the immediate BROKERS eyes (no master how rusted!! or scratched

Matshul Wa11au1LD.Wal1-- -- spent two forwarding .of the s uff to Cincinnati.At danger. ) STAriKE Bradfcrd County. Florida th. Lenses! are) they will furnish the
first party with a new pair of Glasses free of
Bays this week with the former's grand- the Republican State Conventionheld dealer I !:'. i-harj. J. 1,. Gaskins has a full assortment -
and invites all who wish to satisfy
la'her' who is lying; VQiy: low ai his home this week at Q ala, Col. V. J. Ship- cheap R. Lands. / U'eimelves of the great superiority of

la lid.Southern Clay county.! He is 92 years. man of Lawtey: was unanimously electedfor covery bean but be! : ; : ')' ,lisct" l'tioll. REAL ESTATE AGENTS the in n....o..e.(JlasHCH to call over and examine any and all the others arne now at

_.-_ _ Governor on the first ballot. Colonel you he lease or J. L. U.\ KIN'S.
We heard a gentleman! who has trayel- Shipman has been a prominent man in just the ---- -- --- Druggist and Optician.
td the State extensively, say the other. day this county since he moved to this State insist ) call on or Only Agent for Starke.

lliut he never had sjeen a town of the size some ten years ago. He has been con- covery relief i ORANGE GROVES, ':: REAL EST ATE.

If Slarke that contained so many pretty stantly before the people as a Republican ::!: If ,
J. E. Low. J. P. PRATT: C.E.
kirls. leader. lie was sent to the Republican THE &: NOTARY PCBLIC.
Convention in Chicago in 18S4, when IMPROVED FARMS
Tlie! first solid carload of nails : ,
Biaine was nominated, aid has been a
that ever came to this county was E. H *

received by Truoy; Sternburg & Co. candidate for Congress several times He Atty., ArH I WILD LANDS.: C h 'a Gl OI'WeB
.:>> /je ,
few days; ao. :?! has been the main! leader in his party not M \ .... I
: in this but in the entire State. v ,.
only county larial )! -- I City property,

Subscribers are yarned to l<.ok out for by } Year. 1(1OOOI''S( { of land belonging to ftl'e FLORIDA
Mrs.V.. II. Rivets, whose death is *ati TIMBER LANDS in any partOF
. Ike X mart on tin; margin or wrarpcr of mentioned in another l coiqmn, 'nJill'll, Mr. --- yOl'Tiit-.HX; UAlLVi'AV: CO., li:>tnbuU-l thiroiigiinit!., the state, ami FLORIDA.
[heir papers. It means llIto\ lr subscrip! Ky., I i 1 j.
iou has X-pired and remittance. is Xected. in Savannah, Ja., in :September::) 1844! but po \' ext l'IlI lintj '.s,,:jtli! ward l fiotu tin -joiith! Ijouiulary of ({cori.t: to Fort I Ham-ll, LOANS PLACED ON IMPROVED
moved with her parents to Fbi Ida, wheie had it <<
> This ill lllll\.1.l'\ l'"lInt y. :
. she her Her maiden .
' spent younger ) .
well as ; .
4.Kotwithstllnding hard Civil Engineering:, Surveying1, '
the apparently name was Julia A. Bryant. She was mar- all : I ) l Liberal Terms and Special Inducements offered to .
and COI1Vf
[itnes our merchants are doing a gout! ricd0\ Mr. Rivers in January 16GS: at stands i )'al1eil1g.

business, apd the prospects of a large fall* Waukeeuah, Jefferson county' this State. for Kale f BON FIDE SETTLERS. j i I GREEN} CQ SPRING, FLORIDA.

Irade were never belter. '
lived at Boston, Ccol ,
They gin : 'r; ---- No._ 4 CROCKER BLOCK.PUKT .

Quite lIumlltr of our young" people until 1878, when they moved to f _x c -- : .)OOf.'J'CS WJiliams ami Kwann's laiid 1 ami luiuls of OJTICE Loi;: K Cox 18Cinulars -
nd a visit Worthington springs last Slaike.: Mrs. Rivers was a chrislinn lady 1 j ; : .
\ : -:; 0o :: ; ; St tIll'1! .\. ;i:>\\';\11:1tu1i: t' on lu-tu I nilt-s 1 of the I Floruia Hallway ami I KartjjaC ; and Lithograhic Views of. .
Sunday. The Springs are getting to be and dearly loved by all the good people of : f (:1''E'n'e Sj>rinjr'i will l>e sent on anJI -

very popular resji'rt" for_pleasure seekers. :Starke.:; She was a long and patient suf- : : :: : "I" .-; j liiuof l Uailroa-l: : l.et\\fi-fi Fomainlina: mi time .i l.imttie (:(Ja-i.t: > and l ...ili 1 k'i.. ,. (.'urrespondence( I ) nlici ted.

i Dr. J. 0. Hay(s'\, is having his dental fenr of a complication of diseases \vhjeh .:f. : ; : I (\- Ku' Ki'V"", toh the ( iiilf of[ ),"l' ..ie--. '.-' FOR SALE.f .
resulted in her death on last sabbath -:- _.
. ffice nicelY plastered and fitted up. Dr. : I ,,I f JO( Choke KidMingAt Lots.
morning. the 29lh iust.Bhe leaves a devoted .H: 2 I

ames deyotcs has b'uilt his time up a strictly handsome to his practiced busi- husband and a daughter f 18 years' o ::*;. : : I OSftHGE GROVES and IMPROVED -RRrJi: IQN'IA- on Khiislov! Lafcty tHI})

1hS. old to.mourn their !oss. The sympathiesof ;...OJ... 'i""'I : A SPECIALTY. i a Ten- iniiiiiti'S\ u'alk to'lonia P. {)..
our entire community. arc extended, to -" "
CTS5 .
From the sound of the hammer and; the the ber d\'ed. H : : : :: fthen ( Store, School and JL'hurch. 'l'hetltt -

aw I one,. would,. think that. Starke is on theIggest H gH rfej :; I Send for discriplive pamphlet, maps etc. manimj ap I Lois are 130 feet froifan 300. feet

kind'of a boom.. We have two. Worthington Dots. I .;j SO I : vacation for lands whether to the principal or agents PLEAS
I 2' deep, :and all cleared and get to fruittrees.
- ills and severa1. houses in course i.>f. Don't ask if Worthington is a resort: I ,; :; ; ..
: rection.! J pay: it a visit and see. Every cabin i is: 2a :> JOc I ; : REFER TO THIS ADVERTISEMENT. This is :a bar;!ain'and will ", '....

A heavy rain t fell in this section on running over with occupants, and the I ttC. : : Fla M u'h !9 lMtS If -- nny.) he OuCh} ) f<>r a few wceks.Tlien _
I -- ---- ----
woods and hotel full,
are >
first -
:_ ,.in oouay for sereial night': which wuiks.was'. The the orl\ilg' good trees : Mr. Sternburg and family.. Judge Ash- t I.a?... ? i is J.n hUII.hll!! ahattX LhiItJ :

;. -:glitened... U ever.. up und arvow looking ask I Mr.by. Col.Pound! Abby and and family family, Mr., )Timelier I1:. Cannon.and .I -Ij tt .:.;.' :: :: ;: :: : \ : "-'it MTS We I, EDWARDS &1SOL I J pro I-CsLtV.) }l'oitinTi.l'I'hnt t'e only150 a clear per"ase.lot. o ..

hotel al&i o '
}lady of Gainesville: are at the ; a
,... y. II. UiverSj \'ihe;>. has been suf- Miss Kelly of Lake Butler and Mr. E. B. I M;j"1 O= !. ; : : i {. ,4_LAKE BUTLERBradford Co., Florid.,, If alien at Enic., Adore.. oaro of!'" ..
et.ng months, -
severe illness for some and .... 'oJ. I I
Cone of.Pine IIillalso; Mrs. Levy win ": Fortt'yoars' t \:U.Ofi'Hyo.for fnfthnr informatioH,
a .r Aft
Sunda The :" r ACNTS: : FOIl THE <,
I ) moriing i at 8 o'clock. from Newnansville and Mr. Levey from I perlf'n<:e the ; r

: Monday e iinswere buried! 'in Crosby Cemetery High Spiing.Sunday I ..-..... : :; : ;; \ ; n.. frr One:& patenU Hundred ofmorq in FLORIDA SOUTHERN Rail Way Co..! U. 'D. MINER

evening.\ _ was a lively day at WorthlU'tnu ''-I 3 I : i aDd Foreign oonn- t
:: of the bcientino
from I "' to act &9 Bolicitort Trust Lands, S. A. Sicsnn, Trustee. j
t 1r. E. SlMng? left on Tuesday with his for every bUd}: Three couples I ; ::: trade-marks.: COPY ; i iJVilliam's

and carriage: for Amelia Beach. Starke s-pent a pleasant. sabbath" here. : : I : United idngland.States.tiance.and and Swarm's Lands, formerly R.-.R. lands. ,
;; ,.,
b and broke I Their expertI -
t his few Mr. L. Cone' horse! ran away ;
; family ere tpeudina:: a are unsur-
'te etks. 31r. Strong wilt spend a fe\v d.iysU the I uggy, but nobody was Jiurt-except t tI I I I prepared and file4 Florida Land Improvement' Company of tfeiu, Jersey.

| ere bef Mr. Cone's purse to the extent of seveiall Terms Tory Limited.Thrcr
we returning. I & of modela Florida Land and Mortgage Company, .
dollars. : free
l II IIj .tCn.&renoticed
Ag004 1 index to the progress aud pro -j Mr. Barton and Mr. Whitney from Ar- \ ; ; ItJ .\. .which baa .
R?%of a country is the building rail- redondo are spending some time here.! i I \ ; IDObt in the influential world. |.1:11..1\1.- \iH"lll"1.l! ( "i-hri.i! Baker, Bo-lfon!: : Al.-iclri.-i C'ay nnd Putnarnnn
!" \ every patentee (! i.th'-r O'lintifs. dmr- 'r, in 'I !i-r: ,.f t the neW (Jeorgin; Foutlit-ru ami Florida1Iiuin ;
'J.uL During the past year Florida has Dr. Port and family are renting, but :. ; .tnt newspaper tad.! 11111! can Ixi. i h'-',:i.ct! i.-' i ?ill 1 hi- tc suit purcla'>Cr:>. |i TOHMAKERAND

.1<} lrIore' miles of railroads than any. get their meals from the hi.lel. Judge II demoted$3.XOayear.to .Kience.i and is. -.- i -
SOII"Q. State" the total number of miles. AUib\ Dr. Port and two more of Gaines worka, &no
i progress, PUDi I II i ThcM liuuls. :.niiil \\\1 I fi iiiukrL.' ir Idtlin Yellow I'ine.hiite Oak Hickory j JEW.FrLEK
Dg95; Kentucky comes next with 177 ville's prominent! men have purchased I ,the names of Cypuvtc. I"- t in .- tim-erssiil: n ir1e !special bar-jaius.: .. ., ,..
invention patented STARKE. TLA.KR -
ties..The total track laying: in the South one of the springs here fiom Mrs. Hodges : 1 : for one dollar. to'0- "1! attention irfven to repairing Waieb .

111' the past fci it: months hIlt been 1,580 I: and will begin improving their property to patent write to I \Vc arc :also *rv\nl\ AirenM for FLORIDA SOUTHERN IJAILROA1>. and ?kJClocks. and Jewelry./ &:c.. &:c. AU WQTJC dODO
lIes, or almost one-half of what has! been !, at.once. : ",; o American will!! sell; their land in any County. ly Fehmary 21., 1888 j an!ft'uonsble Jt Pare.RDFDlt' price, for cash. Cjjqulr of B"'I0--- ,

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-- : "Captain.V said he, "I FARM AND HOUSEHO D. .iLTfl IN FEEDING* CHEESE"MAKNG..
gradfot td(Tmtuty trdtgrl\lt.! \ greatly tu the heavy-wonder would come: "S -

2q I you do not properly appria you strong in health- and hope of life, i i I -When have spilled any tMng f fa Why IgilixpIrieIlced F..d.fs Ar Jtestfooai- EztZ4fi lj'otfl I VfEZEPT' 1 Wby lalusm .t I
present sitaton.n death so near?" you rUOi i.Iloln*.f su4ms
I DiMMCfefeeding
boiled ble tot Ja.t
,- Published Every Friday. I know of no man Life's on te'stove, or milk has oer. 8t1 make elieee J Much na& besa writtai
"Wel good
rtrst 1 memory was I and suffocating smoke arises, sprinkle animals has,been aptly con- To i fecl ,.
: situat to realize it forced to presented so p the spot with salt and it will disappeal1mmedlately.Alfl3 r pared to the of a gleanboilers I to nave good milk to t* ia "it ad. past few years in advocacy*

8TA1t.E, a FLORIDA. Whydo you say s much to be undone, 8 much yet to be JournaL supply fet t mflk can flflt trm poof, hall- trees designed to furnlsij"; *

lI 1 1 I "Because sir, your life i at stake in don so much, begun that houldb In both cases there is I tmIa good b feed and fuel on land
# just
4 1 Insects trapped by Thetth to so..o rN
this trial. finished. it is it ; may b : chemical action Organic fed nCe
possible- true- -Sme cws
i k I involved no value for
of producing
A SONG "Well. have e
0' WASHIN' DISHES. liberally plenty
suD ,
1 hale, a.rw.pott sweet is tbd cows .
healthy body, so soon substance i Is c produced
hear ad have been
"Well, found guilty, most to feed stance, on aoud plants. sume shouldIWve era reminded thai
? you'l b ? Are these lithe ColI Water and good OWI _
and developed _
roDe acroii to Neighbor :Button's, these the int usag larch and hemlock
U3'd limbs I lected on they ean 1 :are
t assuredly charge. to walk out in funeral' b tkcn dogs ofUsj
I fcy
.' ; borrow Iii; new mower, In both the and i I be furi of 1hi.
rS An'1 was 3oatgolti'to try m-tappla'titthe. .'V el."You'l pageant, my own funeral? Quick, and put in hot water. Ur motion cases fo 'milk for eheese-lflakifg. land where nothing ebfji_ _
door sentenced to die." ; fed food the fuel and the waste of injures 9e
b active, firm the soldiers who march -Animals must b on pass Their attention Is also callai _
%i When I beard some one a-eayln In a hearty a milk ffiS* *penl a .
,1 i: voice an'fladf with me. Am I to march out with they like in order prouc the best through channels which are liable t bad mess of that rocky bills are genei

"Oh, whustle an' I'll come tow you-come "And you'll be hanged or shot! And them and they back without me? To go results. Chemical of foodstuffs obstruction, in which case the machinery vat of cheese. Care and <.leaflijiIUs.i With maple, beech, birch j
; $ | tew you,my lad, lad," here have been -
my you spending the forth do with .
dark, tomb, not always correspond and have
leis living healthy
the are
( t becomes disabled and cows proprfc irSS* They, too,
ure hours of the disarranged are fa._ _
: Walt dnssn't move feet court trying you for my longing one quaff of sun an Trib milk
my aroundyou see eyes aimals apIJetite.-CMcao will Insure good I
-: I was that skeered. i life in frivolous jesting and mirth. Asa gve and then shut them forever in une. possibly rendered Useless. Digestionf the swam? Pak, Amerkao
8he d see me through tire winder, an' know fellow-man it grieves to food and combustion of fuel to etpeet*good cheese low and poplar do best
me on
4 tew as I'd beared. < see youso the eternal darkness of death's I -Pie crust can be kept a week, > whet tUl'easof I

k. ,- Fur I'm the toughest bachelor that ever had carelessly playing at so terrible a grave? Am I to die? To quit? rea the last be good the first, if amt imperfect produce very similar result Sit to turtt tt prb Arrfele! o cheese too wet to plow or even _
the name, ". brink as you stand on." ? Talked a a and it be useful the olive f from If* patrr ca. The
I hain't no faith in wirnmen ( I no more of a day or a week into a tight-covered dish, and kept in I a might i pot mik good grass. imprest
or t "
i thafa the same). J \adu't. "Colonel, was the reply, "I thank and then forgotten? Is it I who am to cool place. We have done stock would study the ordinary ries sour or tinted milk 4 in various ways that tiitioi _

4 t t i you for your interest. If we are National look at twc1e soldiers in silent I; this, both summer and frequently, and it principles of combustion as introductory he must expect ba sour Cheese.the After do well on land that 1a'

The voice steal rang clear'.au'MutT,an'I couldn't enemies, :you speak as a man rank twelve paces at front? To has been perfectly successful.- to an investigation into the science tb J milk Js all vats heat maybe _
t 1 away: I my always
to produce corn,
4 I rye beared It said o'every dog, as be must and a soldier. But let me sav this" bear the command: "Keady-aim- Toledo Blade. of feeding, started Kt on** and riiscd to about pot&toet/_ _

4 .4.. hare his day (now :I i: can not explain what induced i fire!" and hear the death message, feel I As the inexpert feeder is apt to over- QO -.? /l-rrrAAsL. ffji ttt And I Crust for One of -
so s'poso with bachelors,leastways It'I me to make the foolish meat pies: quart the- : If st-t IHO flui* Of the first settlers on the -
so I guefs. following ,brag death's bullet and know death all in three of lard, two feed, whether ho feeding an animalor cheeseroom. we b i
.4 li( If yon would ask Ifebltable] she'd laugh and gart speech): "Colonel, you or I may' one brief instant-and then forever four half tablespoonfuls of milk a furnace, it may be interesting t low 82, the rnnetwork too slow, of the .Opinion that '
a ,
I I an.wer"rea. die before night; we do not know ; know no more? For the life of me I soda wet cups with hot water one and teaspoonfulof stirred follow,up the analogy for the purposeof set above 82, i work tO fast. Whilethe trees would n grow oa i

:. r I stood there by the door a spell an'then I but in so far as the result of yourcourt's could not say, "Yes, it is I." I had no into the milk two of illustrating in a familiar manner temperature i being raised, it found them treeless, but thj'

A wond'rtn''un peeked why the In.liD.j u'went with rattlln' finding is concerned, I will be such feeling, and why I can.not tell. cream of tartar; sifted teaspoonfuls into the through the well known results of the should receive {feqU&Mstirring..to. of various kinds 'on ihe efc..'

,. 0' Ibetin, .. alive you and your twelve officers I knew the law-military-knew if I one of salt. 'V dr. one error the more complicated and keep the 'cream from 'rlng> and thus the and
&. Then I saw the fairest vloion that ever blest. are dead and forgotten !1" was found guilty a a spy no power but four teaspoonful i less known effects of the other. Let becoming partially I draw an.a'
L and do' not
., : It was fond the wishes fair Uehitable: a-waihln the He left me disgust, and I don't that of the pardoning prerogative of up stiff.--CincinnaU very quickly Times. get to us suppose an engineer feed his fur- with the The rennet should con. They came t the<

dlsbos. up blame him. But such was my feeling the Chief Executive could avert death. I nace with an excess of The fire next be whey.until the temperature Ct prr soil was too richi

I[ did not "feel it in my bones," as the I knew all had been done by my friends -Ice cream cake: One cup of sugar, is overwhelmed, choked and almost extinguished stops rising;. then enough tennet trees

The rattlln'chorus tew 0' the her spoons.an son;. knives made slang goes, that death was so that could be done, and without avail and half the a cup of butter, one cup of four, while dense smoke pours ehould be agitated at least fifteen minutes .- la 1 true that the sand' x1t

'. 2 stood an'.peeked an'feU in love,I took I it The Colonel and the entire twelve composing L- Still, I could not think I was to die so whites of three eggs 0 from the chimney and chokes it with and coagulation should of .- .

L t hard an' strong: the court died before I was ex-: soon. Such reflections, retrospections, a stiff froth, mix vcr lightly and bakein soot. If he resin oil in minutes-the bin ridge Michigan were .
loved her for her uses or in twenty ,- '
singln through aU her cold place and
4,, ,;cy work and bustle; :hanged-"shot to death"in one charge ficlf-arguings, came to me daily as: two cakes. or nearly so. of the coal the flues become red hot, abut -renpet Is In Is tp prevent the pine ohe kid of

; I put my head in at the 4oor au'loftJy gavei at Coal Harbor. I live to write the the time drew near. appointed for my spread between and over them the the smokestack pours out flame and ater from rising and)waste. In a trees. So was the amoIn _.
: a whustle. cream made of the of two cam ''
jj occurrence yolks
; twenty-five years after the execution. and o eggs fire, and an explosion is very apt to room, when the surface cools many parts of NewJ2ngUaf i

; .. 44T: -;; wish't't you'd seen Mehltablc! She stopped I, conversation. Finally it came. Shall I ever forget a coffee cup of powdered sugarmixed destroy every quickly and there i is ft falling of the Southern StatesAlmost.''"

,. ;; 'An'then then both blushed laughed and aid lured scolded, ,an'asked the It may or may not be true that when that November morning in '6J; They fr vanilla.together-The Caterer.with a teapoonfuf of I We need not pursue the analog temperature of the milk, there wi b mountain ranges in the :. .
monster out his victim '
.. me why I dared; i singles had told me I would be out at ther; these two cases a thin cream on the surface; tig wi with trees of some sort'
I dared a good deal m r'n than that and he sends him some way a spiritual -Nothing will purify and keep cover
pre nine o'clock in the morning, would be material for The soft which will '
I our present a
stated all I purpose. for crd. of low land in the S
my wishes monition that he is- going to let fly stable so free from odors as the free very :
I. : X told her she had stole my heart, while she allowed an oflicer's room in the bar use feeder of stock may crowd his animals the vat and very annoying. If youwanta
from Death's quiver the fatal dart. Be of earth, and cupied by treesTwIand
was washing dishes.Che racks, where dry every one keeping Cpr
sister food
my parents, and with the stomach and cram quick-curing cheese, mote rene '
-i: gorge
;r stared an'blushed an' that a it may-I had no premonitonof brothers would meet me and spend my horses or cattle wi find it pays to keepa ; the bowels undigested matter. net should be added than one .to tre grow ia j

p... :;q' she told me 1 was nrtd stammered, some i: death. Not when they up last few hours with me. When tal en heap of it at to be used daily. A Then the WIt digestive apparatus is cured slow and kept some time. As b many parts of the N0:1;;

?11 4 '- .. An said couldn't that be though her lad!C whustled once, I: to afterwards hear my sentence in the cool and to answer, nor out they had to scat me in the outer few the floor shovelsful after of earth scattered over choked up; the vital force is para- rule, the more rennet used the lower true, howeter, that

., L: But just one week to-morzowshe'llbe made isolation and silent contemplationmy gar room a quarter of an hour, until air of the cleaning will render the lyzed; the liver is overflowed with bile, the temperature should be at which the and these sorts Of oil a U
JrI ra.Long, dungeon became accustomed to the apartments pure and wholesome. and the black blood overloaded flourish
; r with milk is set and After They 1 1conditions
1 Bbe who stole my heart Intlrely} with her Invltln afforded ; not when the officer of the The value of the season's manure cur-worked. them no .
piercing of sunshine. C
-t ;' 1 'song.Her day, on that eventful execution morn- glare Then they be largely increased the the unconsumed carbon, passes thick the milk begins a cloth a the most I
< may
took me to the room where I found pie by and sluggishly through the veins. Theinfinitely should the vat to keep
spread over
: ; ing, read to me in dungeon thday's e use of such absorbents. The them, but for the reasons thai 1
,. flgger it ain't ash'nable,her bunnet not) my father, mother, sisters, brothers and a fine capillary vessels are the surface There should be no .
.k...f the newest, and delineated themselves
: of the war adapt unfavoVditions
programme strength and absorbed
r .. Her of my minister. It was the quarters of an gases lquid clogged the black, thick blood collects after the t
; 4 : gown simple calico,but her heart it I is doom at the hands of twelve detailed is retained, and ; rising of temperature rennet and make the best.
officer of the
the oil
truest and comfortably very: -
post very in and the black
fors. patchesso is added and the milk comes to a
$ She can't play the pianny, but she can cook soldiers. He found me whistling as I furnished. essence of good manure.-N. Tele show that wI
Just They
outside they can makes
-we 1 known the !
of the fatal
4i is
loaves an'fishes I j paced narrow cell that and wel a signs stand-still until the curd cut fe.
It.L .. 60 maidens- take a lesson. from this Song o' exclaimed my in surprise : morning them thru h the window-stood gram.The leg or blood murain-of the stock The _curd should be cut as son a I struggle for existence and aa''

4 ,' Walhlo'Di.ht'l.leabel a special detail of twelve men, selectedas object in pruning, says Green's men and the antnorax lever ol the surgeon will breaK clean across me when in spite of very (
: Gordon, It unwilling executors of the sentenced is to lessen the amountof and the life is smotheredout do !
manarcyou ?" animals placed in it and raised g ntly upward; stces They
_ "Oh, I don't know skin and mal. Telling me I should have frit thus securing larger clusters, and it perishes an overload of the early is very necessary; idc""
1 ; bone, cutting places plant
*%. SENTENCED TO DEATH. flesh and sinew, blood and bile. P" until the last minute before throe berries, better quality, and food which can not be disposed of. the cleare.t whey is always obtainedby the t.- "
Why enabling largest quickest
__ o'clock, but would have to go, the the vine to mature its fruit 'Again, the swine feeder, in the the from
Don't attempt early whey runs
"Why you know you are to Colonel A cutting ; cases they simply sho
the door and vine overloaded ,
left me earler. grape to force many
a rapid of fat crowds
be wi the when it is
shot more readily
? Outside
to-day here the
st. & Southern Soldier Who COuld Not are with my fruit at all. If it the into his herd. cur stones, barren or rnolatu4
friend. corn This soi
twelve men detailed send into highly car- young tender; this i the object of
:i Be Serious. t you They secured this of little more than it ought, it will ripen flames being df
privilege out
through prvent
the curd to the
eternity. You'll never gee another its fruit late, or if it bears small bnaceousfo every cutting get .ut whey; -
these last few a
spending hours with very
me digestive apparatus, should be cut with both i
morning And here you arc-whistling a ,1.
-I knew to comfort and console crop, it will mature its crop early and the blood
violently heated
per- myriads horizontal and perpendicular knife Persona who
; see trees ofjable
I ; Under fire-in the midst of battle, "Well haps to strengthen me for the fearful yield better in quality. In trimming, of germs fill the veins let the curd and .,
whistle inflammatory
not never tough
gtft size
4 why long as if on plains
L : hot with action intoxicated a ordeal throngh which I had to only one bud could be left on every and skin is red hot sandy on,
with noise
.. possible, and cry when you can not, pass. shoot areries so t leathery before cutting, As there is always sides do -
r the But had comfort and console them. young it would be sufficient, but speak, the crimson and or i swamps not<
of comrades
yells the rattle of musketry laugh ? purple more waste and jicl as fine a -
My father was broken down. It must as sometimes the wood dies back for a patches on it denote the long took them attaigrowth. ;'
the whiz of m&ies whir of balls Hence I be able enormous accession curd; cut the very fine, the finer i t
may not to tell just; few inches from the
be a horrid strain father's point cut, it is desirable cur of them
on a feelingsto of heat that disturbs the vital Many in_
_ : ...... and clatter of 8he1l8,-the cheers of vic how n man feels who stares death sit and look at his son, in the prime to leave two bud. functions. The bowels pour out the inflamed the and better, a expels tb whey cooks easier ability, were growing and we I"j
calmly in the face, for be I did -. more thoroughly more .
1 ; tors, the rush for position and desperate may of manhood, and count of the few in- S fluids and the most intense fever evenly, and action of siderable size when.the cent -
not comprehend I my situation. ButI ; A FRUIT DIET.It gets a evjmer
holding, the human passion of tervening minutes of remain- burns in the whole alimentary canal.
by's the rennet. discovered by
was sentenced to death, that I fully I Columbb
4 epiteful revenge ancf the roused taste comprehended when they marched me, only ing lfe.gaze Brothers at me in speechless and could Asit Digegtlon->ndRclleves; Dyspeptic Ever swine feeder 'will recognize in After the cutting is done the cum perceptible change I the n!

for blood and carnagb innate in the animal -' hand-cufled, between two guards with appalled the miser' Stomachs. description the symptoms of commences to setf and the heat may circumference during a
I .r-d man-under fire in the frenzy offight arms at "charge" and bayonets fixed, death that was then gloomy about me. One of the most salutary tendenciesof fever the common of swine hog which choler is" the intestinal be started at nt rapidly. I did not pass from. large de'j[
casting caused t
is no test of courage. Many a back to the prison ; and instead of to I: had to become consoler, and strained the common domestic managementin of carbonaceous by excess the acton of the ); slow it during the lifetime of a a i

man stands there, because he is afraid my former bolted me 12 in by an 12 underground cell, baredand ,I every nerve, called forth! every power; our day is that which aims at assign food. loroyer inflammatory, a intense combustion curd to harden wait a a little.few" minutes After the for heatis the ing a century. Oe of these m 1_ _, _

I to run. to smie. I would not permit the I ing fruit a favored place, in produced by inflammable fuel the
t our growth
dark, dank dung onthree feet by ten, I on, gently sUr the mass to rent
1 I: remember in the battle trembling man of God to offer prayers, ordinary diet. The nutrient value adjacent ,so the inflammatory m
:_ l If' of Port Re- significantly suggestive that I was to knowing his words would fall of mater keep the curd from parking togetherand many generations of j ____
j : public-in the three days' fightingaround stay right there the day and hour. those upon such food, in virtue of its component, matter escaping from these fevered keep a more eves temperature well to set out trees on unsIghtItions
unt loving ears death wails, animals from _
as the
Cross Keys, down in the Valley: The sentence July realized during cods falling on my a coffin. I drew starchy and saccharine materials, is skin communicates bowels the fever, lungs to other and through the vat; a the heat rises the of land t which no; ,a. ____

I of Virginia, in '62, our regiment, W. L.Jackson's the sunless days darker nightsof ; by every thing interesting I could general admitted; snd while these animals by contagion, and the disease harder the curd gets anl the less liableto been applied and which has neni _

old Thirty-first Virginia, was !! the weeks that-followed. think of, contemplate any thing but: can not be said to equal in. spreads all the more because of injure the curd, keep up this prepared for plantng. But the]*' _
Daylight! Good God, man! do accumulative rapidly until the curd is heated
you doom. force the more solid in- string
my impending As I should
: one of three ordered to storm and would the conditionof not expect the te
take not appreciate what. a ray of glad, about succeed tile clock on the mantel gredients of meat and animal fat, they favorably inflammatory degrees, or blood heat, make tt
a battery of nine pieces, supported by bright sunlight is until shut in from would strike, ; are similarly useful in their herd. a conflagration where it should be at least one rapid growth or that" :b

I .. 4 II Z7 i five regiments of infantry and some of that makes day beautiful. Oh, yes;l. outside, or some or n movement footstep on of the the stair and have, moreover, the advantage own degree of ,. house fanned and by a torado leaps from house to hour after the heat is turned ever.derive any pecuniary ben.

the coolest,most accurate sharpshooters comprehend, slightly, that mine, was rison, them with a sigh gar-tothe greater digestibility. Their conversion fever over from wide spaces, so the on. This temperature should be kept them The most that c r&.

; we had met. By some miscarriage the no trifling slntence, as I crouched in I woul recal. within the tissues is also attended with spreads herd to herd andcovers until the cur is cooked, because the be expected from them'Ist .

'I order came only to our regiment, now that waiting till dilated L leas friction whole States in a few weeks. action of rennet i. will
: I The little clock on the mantel seemedto and pressure on the con- In much the more perfect cover the nakedneMOf4 J
: cdeclmatedbyfightingandforced march. i pupila enabled me to see imperfectlywhat me in these intervals to tick loudly structive machinery. Almost all which same way other disease then than at any other Before so that the owner will not
: per-
ii ing to two hundred and fourteen men. : was the dampness that I touched. prC'ai extensively are caused the curd is done .rege. b
the clatter sons fairly normal health of the
!t 4- But I a of a mill. It struck the may par- by of it.-Chicago Times.PRESERVING. .
;; : we crawled up through that oat Final)however, I was permitted to half hours well as the full stroke take of sound and ripe fruit in greater' alimentation. feedingand disordered whey may be drawn off, a it is _
I field a ;; Horses mor -
rising to shoot, dropping again to and bu lamp, and to keep and it seemed to me its little whir: or less amount. Except in certain are exceedingly easy to handle the balance in the vat. r

.; load and advance. And every time we it lighted. had been repeatedly would buzz and the hammer strike cases, indeed, there is practically subject to these ailments, because their After the curd is cooked-which EGG&.
food every
i rose some comrades dropped to rise no whitewashed, but the humid L five minutes.tiny no exact limit to its consists largely of highly nutri cheese-maker is able to- tell the -
Ten! consumption under -
;! more. We neared the crest we filth oozing through the bricks had L every half-past! these tious grains, an excess of which loads whey A FeW BaM That A _
drawn Wor-e
Eleven! and circumstances. may off, before the
I : unt a half! Twelve! Half! Among such the blood with b acid comeson. and
could almost look down the sul. pushed it off in disfcolored flakes. The impure matter, which ___
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One! Heavens! exceptions noted the -
:, how ticked off the may b gouty and the Many curs by remaining in the Although there
phurous throats those nine twelve- floor was stone solid i organs can not remove are dozen
o ; a or cemented L seconds, rheumatic of excretor whey make o
galloped minutes, and body. A tend- to ;a '
from soggy
_; pounders that fcelching and I mass that once Im which produces various har for preserving yet :
; "r .", grape negatived any Mofganic startled our pained cars with those ency to diarrhoea or a dysenteric history sour cheese. This kind of cheese o eg
canister into inflammatory disorders.
our very mouths. Five idea of "dig ing'.out. The them worthy e. _
) Away up fleeting half-hours! We were seated obviously forbids the free or frequent disease very desirable, but is the kind of cheese we a not
: times had common known
our colors fallen-one, two, wonder, ten or twelve feet as azorturia, have
'i away was around the room, close each other as; use of fruit. Dyspeptic stomachs, which get if the acid comes n while in the eggs alo -
three, four, five of our tallest, brave the arched brick ceiling, whose sweaty t on the other hand consist' the.prsence in the The and the
we could get. Father on one side, are usually benefited blood whey... acid takls off with the ye le metow_
i r'felows,.one after another, raised with L surface told it, under sod.SlinVpsnails mother by a moderate nitrogenous or
toa on the other of me, a hand of__ ths. wney the nuest oiine Then );
I alownncp azotic matter, thus par chees b dire _
san, and fell is b
1 ; shot and legs" drewtheir \ clasned by each the little monitoron light and stimulating must be produced. Pus I would have curd cooked
; i" through the forehead.i clammy ways. across the moist the a remembered, tules appear in the skin; the limbs the acid bfor rle tt eble ou _
mantel broke the still moreover, that comes on, and
'e UV had ben pic&eu ou mesharpshooters walls and floor;vermin found and fed gathering fruit is every swell; the belly and oher: parts of the b sure I preserve eggs in a good con
uy not the curd
I. f ness with its metal voice the equally wholesome, let the sweet, and if have
: crying body becomes tumid you a cud at least
after another nature in months, bo' I
those upon; the' ,noxious..tlirt-damp; the dis- half hour digestion be as powerful it ; every sink to drain much .
i: S i. gallant Western VirHnia mountaineers pnsted-ratstla"t ctepl in at the grated gone Nuts, for a may. way tries to get rid of the.offensive excess if do on so the better.and have been kept long sIX ._I
: ,
example not have a a
Just then consisting you
as curd
1 -as fast a color-bearer fell door,. back-to'lind a step sounded without, a they but usually without avail a mill would the
and by .
snatchIng the
8 dare more yielding do, for the all N* ,
most of at pr
hand touched part condensed >
i I 'p : up the flag and rising with it. The substance ,.for their 1 burrowing the knob, the key turned albuminoid and disease eventuates in the sat once, a thi.-i keeps the curd 1. Always fresh ,'aai.lrely' _
in the lock, the matters, can not packing. If have u egg
e fifth had fallen. A teeth. door was thrown open fatty dens, which slowly but deal you a mill
t' I t': from C sergeant jumped rt. and the Colonel stood looking in compare in acceptance, either by the animals and threatens. the let it lie until the acid comes cur, on those from your'iitfThu :
Company to raise the the only
But the dampness arid the darknessand i upOI palate or the stomach with safety of stir
other in
"Better let that up. Instinctively I jumped to more their owners. These once a while to let the whole must know that
thing alone Bill, the dirt my i facts are all-per- ex- en' _
# t : 4;_.. growled LieutenantCooper. "Use both to were but grains of dust as father and mother sprang to my succulent kind even though they contain vading. Not a corner of this broad con- pose to the air; after the acid comes on lh, a one stale egg i '.

t / r, Hands with your bayonet next rise." that compared the-tmutterable loneliness side, a hand each upon my shoulder. in sam bulk a far greater tinent is free.from their presence. The I grind and salt, and rut to press at # Use eggs only from hew;:.'
me amount of nutriment.
grew upon A about
I! How
; I 11.- Bill Cooper was a Pennsylvanian Not a human soul- that:1epulelr rapidly thought doesits office in fruit is for litthxtpf such evi grows fast all is rapidly eighty degrees, as at thi heat Company wit cocks,'as such i e
t I _, bravo a man crawled back such emergencies!! My first thoughtwas enough digestion,and that monstrous becoming you will get a good''face, '
one. disturbs
a with our except the scampering rats-to break little is best cooked. n I general press keep times long
f : their hour Nevertheless, iiwe together let it a a U
f of approaches, and ; stand twelve
: little{ remnant one hundred and fourteen the stillness of that take I prosperity and produces hours, of :
tomb Out fruit
murky these officers wish to as a whole, ripeand i nationa then remove the tlg germs ehcki .
i' that thisunpleasant disturbances
get through and
day. After had ill t cur'ng-rom Firstclass
we reached :
r yonder, somewhjjre, I knew was a grim duty before dinner.. sound, of course, and consider its variety feelings. cheese Keep a coolp. ,
safe and duces the national may spoiled tem i
quarters were down b by having
lying torest for I by hun- -
sentry, heard the measured treadof I For its lightness and Vealh one a cooler tfie
; >, in the woods, he turned to me to the I a minute-it seemed eternity, I nourishing prop- dred million least poor room to It pn-to cold or bttr. Anywher.,
as 'they-left him. onhis erties, whether
relef and that the little clock had eaten or with ever dog. will 1.
to degrees
ask:. ceased to year, and it is a hot70 start with is abve zero w
: lonely post. But I.never. saw or heard tell off time--we other food, and its cheap abundance standing ae t .
I ,
stood :
the right
vWhat were you looking and him. .. Colonel to the public health. Surely far- then after sixty deg. will cool enougk: ,
we not hesitate temperttr
:: can
to add
and I ten
voice in
down the line in there for myself, silent, gazing at our mers and stockmen days a few careful tLI
up sternly about
Twice who ; 65 Only
: iP a day, silent, came thecook's each support of its just claims on are the mont b
other. degrees.
He public at I had "
"Lieutenant Himly evidently most
was the "I 1 detail .barrack me tention. London interested in this important results of curing do freze "
C.. i I looking for a chance to soup or to speak. But I did not, would not. Lance. matter, should make in a dry cellar g degrees.
'j 'a run. coffee. But he was mute, under strict a careful studv of They 4. Turn them half over three 1 U
Ji t .j r, "By the fates, I," At length he slowly drew from his it with a view to come slow, but are the '
; soa gruffly retorted order not to speak or signal to the a slip of and THE DRONES.An theprevention of"the for it. One btter'chees week, to prevent them from>.J:.
the,quondam man of valor pocket paper, sayin, enormous evil which' good cheese
[ "but
1 out three
4 ; prisoner, as his ker-Uke shovel grows of it.- wor to the shells. The of thiIs
ever fellow in the regiment was look- reached in morsel "Captain, I have ]just received this Experienced Dee Keeper's Appeal Henry Stewart, in N. Times. poor ones. t tur
Per- "
my 1
1 1 dt
I telegram, read, while we very important,
at me. $ dition!how I s'trovetomake him gazed upon Their Favor. -. .- -- I

; '4 Aye, aye,' "takes less courage to I he only 'would' me, abuse speak me,!! him in strained, listening eagerness: I had accepted the general theory OIL-CAKE CARE OF THE HAIR. crets. of success. -,'.-'".

!. .. stand tha to run away from a battle. any thing; even" his'profanity cure would The execution of the sentence in the case that the drone bee, a worker, in -MEAL 5. No packing material f
of '
But I dd get a touch that tested mc have sounded t Captain William F. Gordon Is postponed a any A Food Whose Manorial Value How to Promote the Health and Simply lay them on racks _
.' 1 as melody in.my solitude. until further orders. By order of sense of the word, was a useless factor Exceeds Its of Strength o, .
most sorely after ttfat, when they sent I never knew THE PBKSIDENT. Frt Cost. Scalp and Hai. though, if
? : .t whstpiusli there in the
was of
economy the hive of hair is prer .
me "through the lies" in the "secret in the human voice till in that Not one of us spoke._ ; no service More than seventv-five n rr tnt_ nf. Te the covering of the roof pa oats '
't I L dungeon in .-- -----
gathering of ke1 bxe i _
: honey, carrying "the home of d
anic" where it never bounded and -where I "You c stay with your friends till wa- the oil cake made in this country is thought and of f.

.,f !E : Never inina wht my business, or son grew startled at my own. three. Then you go- back to ter, making comb, or any of the duties sent to Europe. The farmers the soul." pala bxe J-'
your and which .6. the
how I < greasing e :1Prrg
WN and how I was The cell," he said, closed the door incumbent upon its A sometimes Sluton
and feeders
post chaplain's was the. inmats great of that occurs in "'
gathered in. h that only let lubber are more famil iuit young etC.; "
Enough they bagged humanvoicel us hurriedly.Father of a fellow countr per
V heard for sons, is
t pushed iar
b with
,I me one hundred.and .eighty miles inside only once, for wecs-nd drew a long, trembling out of the way. but to around its use appreciate value hereditary, it 8 doubtful i any nee as some of te j
himso sigh
my- rn thing
the enemy's lines and hustled me that he gave me up'as an sllckcd irredeem- and sank slowly to the floor, where and over, always in the way of incoming more and much b'tt' than do the i can b done to)prevent or remedy appearance of the 1 "

o .. I off to prison at For McHenr.in Hal tnabrwhere able reprobate. He offered- a payer mother had already fallen. Their sup bees; to be fed, supplied with water same class in this country, particularly it Avoid "restoraW-ea" and other 7. Wash every egg eS,.,, >

: more with W'cwronted for me t, however, I courteously port gone, the sudden, unlooked-for and, and withalan expensive boarder, those of the West. I Ue spring of nostrums, and, a a rule, do not use placing it with the. others.If ,

I was found spy. with him on the stoneloor..kneeing lifting of the cloud of death, the rush should b'dispensed with. Accordingly the year especially can it be called into pomatums or oils upon the the above rules are followed,
guilty and.the sentence he never came : relief from the horrid 'I myself to work to de requisition A certain hair hea will be
advantageously. betwee
jne nightar
b was read t me-"To be handed as a : caused a part of the drones Cattle, was no dernc %
what my occasionally allowed a quick revulsion stroy in hives I says Stewart in his very
'I S # spy on parade of Fort McHenr from my friends too.plainly letter that made me limp as a feeling thought over-supplied with that are kept eedn Animals, i many years ago, and did wonder prle ad that,# .
hal rag tem. upon
between the hours, of ad formed me- that there was hope oi dying babe. And I, too,sank between a a result destroyed A through the winter are often stalks i i the directions were person can succeed in ..-..'

., t ,. three 1863.'S. ." o'clo p. m., November 3, escape from the fate that nO seemed to my pant., hive twenty-five hunded; at another with what is called attacked of The "bam" was to be used folowe and eggs-who buys them from aU

., In them and the .outside world to be said something I did abut two at others in manifolds or third"impaction stomach. the morning, first the and who does not 101., {. .

I- .. must answer to for my request that if they, staring me in the face. Every.possible not hear, brothers and siter knelt numbers which I did not count would seldom, if ever, occur with, This stiffbrush for rubbing scalp wit.ever egg was laid, ad is:_
kl me, the sake of honor effort had been made around. us, and 'I heard I did not go through the apiary moderate a plying the stuff. mlAte'bfor ?
..1 4 1. give the death of a soldier t every available preacher use of oil cake; for this would : 'ap pint that 8 many failures ..
1 ; I. r '" graciously they influence pressed into service with the pouring out a prayer of gratitude that my death-work, for while thus engaged counteract the feverish a moderately stiff bh will not place de] .
: .cang paper to President, and he had positively declined shadow of death the thought occurred t me, nature is what is tendencysuPJly promote the greatly c any
I ( corn
f "To be shot with ha passed heat( the eggs except from bw .. .,
musketry on a perfect worker. scAlp anti your
:? the parade interfering'with the judgmentof leaving light of My sentence Why these drones, oil keep up.a heal thy condition of the prvent the the Lair Even >
the of death i unless they of service a "balm" without your neighbor ,
ff The was commuted imprisonment a the colony whole We or other i "
system. have
Somehow, 1 suppose I did not fully,., chaplain cur-maia.corbmted their sad worthy in- and labor during t war. : ? May they not help t keep the I: oil cake to have a similar found effect linseed hair should be I>repaaton. Te ale t prevent getting a '. '

.; comprehend or adequately appreciate formation. Sad. But it was life!-w F. Gordon, in heat necessary t hatch and mature I cattle in winter in upon and if there is much W&h aong the fresh one Ne
0. my for I did not feel then "Captain, should Southern the brood in nest. and also and a grass summer; of will dadrf yolk or"tg
S than you for li.oac.A br there can be no doubt that a egg be ste aIlf
more I do prepare this e a
any now death in the and In ne eg
was I
death storing efcient.
i your life ends in "a few -. .- May not their decorticated cotton seed moving it. Work r to OOW!
t be my next' Nor bad I at all help to cake are of tije egg with b i te
ripen the fingers
-t1 presence honey, value well Into
t contemplated all dys. : more singular lot of names than that it so jrreat t be fed other foods. the little te layers. The greatest care S
through .bertbe wt time ha.'a
7 the trial. tat rut : was food for rt ection surely. are given in this from the may mor quickly capped Farmers learned the "V, t wing it in a and the kept
day before paragraph sealed t eggs
.'; '1! ; that sentence lat In the prime and vigor manhood would be difficult or up? you ever notice value of a change of apprciat sap;ten wash it ou contt'wih the eei ,
read Harfor and
to mo-I had Courn rton the ,4'
wa t upon opening a hive that al wits Fa Fir
veins the dronesare different the thoroughy
; ''f' :: my thrilling the in conditions, ad '
been now
i 4 creating merriment by uThtrc living this to long they hal >.
S.- :
always about clean wi
: asking cit ? I
bounding of .YOnD" blood, with moving am aware thought a single and soft. bt
'' < puzzling orarreJevant questions of the life begun temporarily, a gentleman over ei that these conclusions, .fo sufcient' for-the liquids farmer in ,.X'.
.. ; i. just ,.with its plans, schemes vears old who was are a offshoot wants of ; those used : alahaplg -A Crt '
] once a pupil of catte. :
telling joke from the fe pounds
Judg.Advoate the during and purposes all to work out; a :young Prof. S.F. B. Morse when the popular idea,but nevertheles a day wit corn fodder strong potashy sl trap.on .one ed .
in stw will
)1 cur divers wife and two .children, with ail th< sor was a portrait painter, profe. who over-drone stocked clones gave b t improve feeding of ; and fane i t a 1 t "
., .. maimcr creating mirth hopes of i me the greater amount steers tartar," .
; r joy exigence with and
; e for : more than hone and a use bythe p -
mysl out,of that rock, ambitious fifty years ago painted por- while those with few;drones wonderfully put fnishing.tuch real qut
'- I Only the day be wajfck] a.ljjjvidc traits of Zphan1 H. Hannah and from gve tthem sch a nature. It J arranging It,so- ,
juslc" I ele rhbl
: waiting trod what themg\'fj leat used moreover its Cleaning but
; (
fore the ) of the court-martial, to'b his wife, and that'tie manurial value wher the the jJ M higher f1"", .' ."
yet unrad the book of their five traps only as.]I manure can be fflmg of the
; the Colonel of the lfe ar properly thus
: # giment twelve of; In battle the half read Cyrinthia daughter Hancy Zephina, wished to control the in queen- ized is more than the' and util. bythorough Joi tempting -

4 ;q ,. f hose asked officers to talk a little with my adjudicators life is suddenly left with a dash _, i Julia Sacrtia, Lanrilla' Addy Aleroyla, rearing, and a a general rule, the colonies dolman's Rural cost of the cake ing"appljj0! net resultshawks 'VZ.

me in pri- an unseen, unfelt Hadasn having a goodly WolTe : three Owls, and 0'
bule cots off with- I Smith, of Glastonbury. It numbr of; ,. taldes 1 mon ,
f a A between n and uii ; out.a thought the ." I drones, gave the best -",
P "might- curious to know reslt one of the 1 -
,;, whether Chinaman ounc -
< ': ,, :. uC.1' ,: nn;: inilcgt dprkncss. J the pictures of honey,_Cor. farmer Qnd pud I mish, T. let at Snoho- ade tctt o, to ..plaatP '1

r4 '-". ; '. er aocef uryir t Ijic ng>v cjuipct; l !ly. fUl', .ir-1 I :tiaw. i i med t a Indian awe t bttr a t ctade w.m -D''o b table us*"'!

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